Senator Ron Johnson 5-Page Letter To FBI Director Christopher Wray (full pdf)…

It’s important to remember current FBI Director Christopher Wray is not the opposition in this effort.  Many of the congressional presentations to Director Wray are framed around opposition to the organization, the remaining high-level administrative bureaucrats, and how the FBI has a corrupt base of officials remaining; not Wray’s current leadership.

Full pdf of letter from Senator Johnson to FBI Director Christopher Wray below:

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297 Responses to Senator Ron Johnson 5-Page Letter To FBI Director Christopher Wray (full pdf)…

  1. fernpel says:

    The texts mentioned in this letter are pretty darn damning, so imagine how ugly and incriminating those magically erased texts must have been…

    Liked by 32 people

  2. wolfmoon1776 says:

    This is good. They are falling to a technical excuse. THAT is where to apply pressure.

    Liked by 11 people

  3. ForGodandCountry says:

    Wow. DOJ IG Horowitz’s report is going to be a…

    Liked by 15 people

  4. geometrytales says:

    What about the physical phones themselves? Where are they?

    Liked by 2 people

  5. thedoc00 says:

    Obama had all the way to 19 January 2018 to declassify materials and his staff of appointees to cleanse incriminating evidence that pointing fingers at the principle of his administration. Its going to be “too bad” for those who were middle to low level actors. I can imagine the searches involved key words: Clinton, Hillary, Barrack, Obama, Clapper, pseudo names, etc. I suspect that is why we will see data bases with major gaps because of the manner and haste the cleaning was done.

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  6. ForGodandCountry says:

    Sundance, if I ever have the privilege of meeting you in person you will not be able to buy your own food/drinks as long as I am present, so don’t even try. Jus’ sayin’

    Liked by 16 people

  7. fleporeblog says:

    Lou Dobbs needs to read this because he is asking for Wray to be fired!

    Liked by 10 people

  8. dman1971 says:

    Let me be clear. I have worked in Intelligence for over 20 years and I know there is no way in hell you just lose texts. There are backups to the backups and I promise you those texts are there. We also have software like SR6 that can pull what were thought to have been deleted emails etc even if you have deleted them more then 5 times we can get them. The FBI is stonewalling and it will not end well for them. Have faith people you are witnessing history the dying breath of the deep state enablers. President Trump is 6 steps ahead of all of them and the good guys are winning.

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  9. So basically, all of the texts that mentioned Jim Comey and Bob Mueller by name are missing.


    Liked by 7 people

  10. Rex says:

    I think it means we (John Q. Public) may see some meat and potatoes. Soon.

    Liked by 8 people

  11. lawton says:

    They were covering for Obama knowing Clinton used an illegal server also since he got e-mails from her.

    Liked by 7 people

  12. The240report says:

    The FBI may have “lost” them..but as with all things internet…they are out there..any one ask the NSA yet? So obvious.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Trump2020 says:

      NSA has everything. This is just more of the FBI blackhats using delay tactics.

      Liked by 3 people

      • steph_gray says:

        Agree – and it is doing them no good. Out of curiosity I searched FaceBook for Peter Strzok, wondering whether that was where the messages (texts) actually were. Neither he nor Lisa seems to be on there (not to say they never were or not under another name). But there are several posts about the missing texts… Would not be surprised if even some unwoke DimCrat baby boomers flash back to the Watergate 18 missing minutes and start to wonder whether they’ve been had.

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  13. missilemom says:

    This letter appears to have been prepared ahead of this revelation. What does this suggest? Mousetrap

    Liked by 3 people

  14. fleporeblog says:

    One of our Treepers, Deqwik2, just posted the following on one of my post’s:

    This is important. There is a scribd letter from Ron Johnson to Homeland Security about the Page – Strzok emails.

    Sundance talks about Bill & on page 3 Strzok & Page talk about how Bill changed Comey’s speech from “President” to “another senior government official”.

    People are skipping over this tidbit when reporting on the new emails.

    She is absolutely right! This ties BHO into the fact he knew he was communicating with HRC on her private server. This takes away his excuse of not communicating with HRC on an unprotected server. This people are some of the dumbest bastards I have ever seen!

    Liked by 4 people

    • sundance says:

      Can you write that in english please. I’ve read it five times and have no idea what you are trying to say.

      You appear to have fallen into the common trap of writing to yourself. You know what you mean, but it is not clear to a reader.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Sporty says:

      Arrogant. They never thought she could lose.

      Liked by 5 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      What if Obama was on the server too? Why can’t HIS private email be THERE, and not Google (although I think Google could have helped, easily). When they deleted his private email address using Stonetear, it could have been an address from Hillary’s server.

      I’ve always wondered where the “shadow government” did their shadow communication. Maybe Obama and Jarrett were on the server as well, and the sub-scandal of 33,000 emails is just a dodge.

      Liked by 6 people

      • nimrodman says:

        Only speculating, but I think that’d be unlikely.

        There was no love lost between Barky and the Clintons. I don’t think it likely that Barky would want his and his team’s communications routed thru and residing on a Hillary Clinton server.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Wolfmoon1776 at this point nothing would surprise me with any of them. They all thought they were above the law. When you think like that you will do the most illegal things without any thought of consequences.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Sayit2016 says:

        That is what I have been saying those email went somewhere…I read in the last few days they have Hillary’s 30,000 emails — we shall see.

        Liked by 3 people

      • deqwik2 says:

        Do we know for sure that they got Obama’s email off of the server? Stonetear was trying to strip it out but did he get it all ?

        “I may be facing a very interesting situation where I need to strip out a VIP’s (VERY VIP) email address from a bunch of archived email that I have both in a live Exchange mailbox, as well as a PST file. Basically, they don’t want the VIP’s email address exposed to anyone. … Does anyone have experience with something like this, and/or suggestions on how this might be accomplished?”

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      • My recollection was the emails between Hillary and Big O were never released due to executive privilege. I have never seen them .Have I missed something????

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        • deqwik2 says:

          No emails between Hillary & Obama have ever been released but the problem is that they were covering up things that they didn’t want Congress to find out about & the public was never supposed to know either.

          This may be a case of the cover up is worse than the original crime unless there was classified info involved. The tech guy & the FBI were involved in hiding the truth & that’s a crime.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Interesting, but I’m not sure that would apply to things Obama was merely copied on. Even if it did, if they were filtered in or out due to some feature, altering them prior to that filtering would constitute obstruction, IMO.

          We do know that they wanted to change email addresses. It must have been for a reason that would either hide information or change responsiveness. If they weren’t changing Obama’s email to hide it, they were likely changing Hillary’s to change responsiveness, IMO.

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          • deqwik2 says:

            I’m thinking to hide Obama because Stonetear wanted to strip email addy out of “archived” emails because “they don’t want the VIP’s email address exposed to anyone.” …

            From what I understand when reading Stonetear’s post he only wants to strip archived email to hide a VIP’s addy. It’s Hillary’s server so ALL the email will have her name on it .. either sending or receiving. It would not make sense to hide her email addy only on “archived” email.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Let me go back to the beginning of my thinking on Stonetear.

              I don’t even assume that Combetta was being completely candid or honest in his request for information. For all we know, he’s presenting a “less obviously sketchy or illegal” reason for his desire to CHANGE THE CONTENT of an email archive (the essential information he’s after). The bottom line is that we only know he wants to change emails, which WE know is illegal here, and that he has given an excuse that a VIP needs their email address removed, which is a sneakily useful admission to get the information he wants. It “positions” him and his request well, and creates the possibility that he’s just a dumb schmuck.

              For all we know, Combetta could be up to several things, of which these are ONLY a few:

              Removing confidential or classified markings.

              Removing Obama’s email address.

              CHANGING Obama’s secret email address to his official one.

              Changing Hillary’s email address on certain emails where it matters.

              Altering things in ways that will fool subsequent software (e.g., changing a responsive address or subject to make it FAIL a subsequent step.

              Finding ways to insert flags of some kind into the emails.

              Trying to MATCH some kind of editing that was done to different copies or different formats of the same emails elsewhere (i.e., getting a story straight).

              I’m looking at this totally from the standpoint of knowing text search and replace programming myself, and then listening to a dishonest programmer, asking question A but really wanting B. I’ve dealt with enough of them to spot them a mile away.

              So you can see, there are lots of possibilities right there, if we don’t trust him, and I don’t. I don’t know for sure which it was. Combetta is clamming up and taking the Fifth. That, and that he said what he did online, are all I know for sure.

              The Obama email is an attractive possibility, but it is nothing more, IMO.

              If I remember correctly, only one or two online comments in response to him questioned the legality of what he was asking. Therefore, it seems like his presentation was effective in not getting people to question what he was asking. He proposed a “potentially but barely valid reason” to change email – a “VIP address” – largely by appeal to authority, not appeal to LAW.

              In fact, I believe that this idea that he was lying to the public in some way explains better his choice of pleading the Fifth – because he is happy with the cards he has been dealt, and knows that he can allow misunderstandings to protect him if he doesn’t testify. People may not be zeroing in on what he was REALLY up to, so best to say nothing.

              So – I don’t trust him. Never did and still don’t.

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              • MM says:

                Take a long hard look at his posture, his body language is a tell as to whether or not he can be trusted…. The way he presented himself screams out liar to my eyes….

                Liked by 1 person

                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Yes! I agree. He was picked for the job for a reason. He could be “trusted” by Hillary and/or others and possibly his management, if they were in the loop on the bad stuff. I don’t put it past the black hats to have gone around management to make sure Combetta was the person they wanted. I don’t even trust that the FBI didn’t tell him directly what to change. Not after they “lost” that evidence.

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      • anthonydog says:

        Wikileaks has email of Huma asking if she can make a copy of an email as she didn’t know that was Obama..
        Proving that Obama was communicating on Hillary’s secret illegal server

        Liked by 4 people

      • A2 says:

        Maybe that is why the Treaonettes started using Ham


        Liked by 7 people

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Yup – they are ALL right after he was elected. Then they’re GONE. I think he got a NEW personal email address, in addition to any that he got with the job. He either used THAT, or he got an even more secret email for his sketchy stuff.

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    • blind no longer says:

      Flep wasn’t that also confirmed in the Wikileaks drop? I believe it was Cheryl Mills who said we have to clean this, or something like that, referring to an email exchange between Hilary and Obama.

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    • Craig from Scotland says:

      Hi fleporeblog,

      Yeah, agree with your comment about the HRC home brew server but also emailing while outside USA in a hostile country. And we know there was no professional security on the set-up.

      ‘Hillary Clinton Visits China: What Should Be On The Table’
      September 4, 2012

      HRC Blackberry ?


      I posted a comment on the other thread;

      Craig from Scotland says:
      January 21, 2018 at 5:58 pm
      Senator Ron Johnson letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, 20th January 2018.

      Page 1 – FBI using Samsung 5 mobile phones !!

      Page 2 – Killary Clinton extensively used home brew server email system while outside the US in sophisticated adversary territories for email exchanges with the President !!
      FBI changed wording from ‘President’ to ‘another senior government official’

      Absolutely unbelievable.

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  15. Doppler says:

    I don’t know, Sundance. There’s the small team Deep State that tried to save HRC, then undermine Trump, but there’s bound to be a much bigger Deep State team, who were not necessarily involved with or even aware of Strzok et al, but who will defend to the death the power available to the intelligence community to manipulate the levers of power. The passage of the NSA FISA law renewal and the President’s signature – in the midst of this abuse-of-power crisis – attests to its power and its application to full self-protection mode. Only your random Rand Paul would speak against it.

    To me, that means that the rest of the Deep State is mobilized to limit the harm to their power as this whole Russia dossier mess plays out. Perhaps they are carefully isolating the sacrificial lambs – those who were burned in the IG investigation and who show up on your face charts – while just as carefully ensuring that nothing else comes out that isn’t necessary to make for a satisfactory sacrificial rite. The elaborate process you identify seems just as likely to provide time and space for such management, as to get at justice.

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  16. Sayit2016 says:

    You know I was thinking….every single stinking time there is news about “Lost Records” or ” Destroyed Records” is always attached to a Clinton or someone close to them.

    Whitewater, Travel-gate, Sandy Burger stealing records, Vince Foster brief case, Hillary’s email, direct associates smashed phones and the list goes on and and on. What Administration can you last think of that had so many records ” disappear” ?

    It is important to read what Sundance started off with ” It’s important to remember current FBI Director Christopher Wray is not the opposition in this effort.” As much as I have read here, I had to ask if Wray was a white hate- because of the way things are worded- it gets very confusing.

    As I said the other day– these people being exposed, are scared to death.

    Can you even begin to imagine the fear these people involved must be feeling ? The anticipation of what is coming must be terrifying- as it should be. Total exposure, nowhere to hide, no one to blame but themselves. I keep thinking ” How the mighty have fallen”.

    Steve King’s comment “I no longer hold out hope there is an innocent explanation for the information the public has seen.” is chilling…. there is no ambiguity to this statement. It shatters any illusion like a rock through a window.

    There was no mistake, no one was hoodwinked, this was paid for organized, targeted, specific and criminal. These people sought to overturn a democratic election. They tried to subvert the WILL of the PEOPLE. The PEOPLE they work for and on behalf of. The PEOPLE that ignored their nonsense, and rolled the dice for Trump as a last and final act of hope.

    Trillions are at stake–but they literally sold their soul cheaply.

    They conspired to try and remove President Trump. The words THE RULE of LAW/ LAW AND ORDER must be ricocheting inside their terrified brains. They know this time is different. There are no powerful people to protect them. The PEOPLE won’t protect them. The PEOPLE want them brought to Justice, in whatever form that takes.

    They tried to play God and drew the short stick.

    I was talking to my sister and said ” is it wrong for me to take any kind of pleasure in their downfall” ? My sister looked me straight in the eyes and said ” no baby girl it isn’t—because….In Psalms 37-13 it says…”The wicked plot against the godly; they snarl at them in defiance. But the Lord just laughs, for he sees their day of judgment coming.”

    She said if GOD can laugh- We can laugh.

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  17. ForGodandCountry says:

    Said before but worth repeating…

    How many times have we been told something was “lost”, “erased”, “cleansed”, etc., only for someone to announce it’s been “found”, “recovered”, etc.?

    Stop believing this bullcaca, people.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. John says:

    I’m a bot your a bot wouldn’t you want to be a bot too.

    Liked by 2 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Speaking of bots I think twitter fabricated the bots story in order to censor #releasethememo tweets. They seem to think the hashtag is “propaganda”.

      Liked by 2 people

      • steph_gray says:

        Well didn’t they also call any tweet that mentioned God, guns, or MAGA a bot?

        They are very knee jerk and elemental in their censorship.


  19. Stick says:

    Completely disagree Wray is a good guy. Unfortunately he was maybe the only guy congress would sign off on. He would not be stonewalling if he was, and a lot of folks would have been fired. Maybe Rogers is a good guy, if he were a complete constitutional patriot, it seems with the position he was in, there had to be a lot more information about the corrupt oboma administration he could have gone public about. Anybody that was around during the oboma years and kept their mouth shut, I have a hard time trusting. It’s obvious that Nunes, Jordan , and a couple others are on our side , but I’m very sceptical of most of the others. Sessions seams to think it’s more important to protect the “integrity “ of the institutions than root out corruption. I knew it was a mistake for trump to appoint him. He’s a good guy but he’s not a fighter.


  20. simicharmed says:

    After reading this 5-Page “Letter” – THOSE in the Letter MUST be indicted, tried and EXECUTED as any form of punishment! This type of behavior in a civil society is death penalty civilized punishment!

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Sayit2016 says:

    I agree… any fair minded person can see that all of these people outlined were in a conspiracy to STOP Trump from becoming President or impeach him with fake documents and innuendo.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. ray76 says:

    Dirtier and dirtier and dirtier.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Jenni says:

    There is an identifiable paper/digital trail of who has the power to delete the text messages and who actually deleted the text messages. This is easily done and they will be prosecuted for obstruction of Justice along with other crimes. It is impossible for the NSA not to have these text messages.

    These Criminals have to be really stupid to delete anything; there is a paper trail mountain of evidence everywhere, enough to Convict the Largest Criminal Organization in U.S. history 100 times over; even if they destroy 50% of the Mountain of Evidence. The Criminals were EXTREMELY sloppy; as a result of Hillary being President, was 100% guaranteed.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Linda says:

      There are many Mountains of Paper and Digital trails Everywhere.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Paul says:

      Since this involves Treason, Sedition, Subversion, Espionage, Racketeering, Perjury, etc…and the Constitution and the United States is in process of being destroyed; shouldn’t it be time to have the Military take over the FBI and DOJ….even some 3rd world countries have the common sense to have the Military take over temporarily until Justice is Served.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MustangBlues says:

      Thank you. Can you explain, in intelligent laymen terms. what the process and details of this preservation of communication is. Very interested to learn.


      • Jenni says:

        Every Computer Department in Every Company/Government Entity has a login and pass code which keeps a digital Trail of who logged in showing the exact second and time. There are only a limited number of Company or Government employees that has the authorization to have access to data that can be deleted. There is also an internal computer log that shows the exact date and time the files were deleted.

        This is common practice and all Major Companies are Audited by a Large Accounting Firm to ensure these controls are in place. There are work-papers included for backup of the Financial Statements (Government Non Profit Financial Statements) showing the Authorization hierarchy staff who has the authority and the power to delete files. This is to Guarantee to the Stockholders of Major Companies that the risk is limited to a few employees; reducing the risk of one employee destroying an entire company. The GAO partly and the Internal Government Auditors has this function for the Federal Government along with ensuring Congress is meeting its constitutional responsibilities…to help the accountability of the Federal Government for the benefit of the American People…they do ensure there are proper controls and procedures in place working with internal auditors.

        Another Control is all data would be backed-up and sent to an outside facility in case of a fire etc…this is common practice. Since there are several universes to preserve files; it would be almost impossible to delete files that can’t not be restored; especially without knowing who deleted the files.

        It would have to be pre-arranged for an Employees to delete all the data and to delete all the backup copies of those files….there is surely and identifiable digital Trail in several layers of the computer system and in the outside universe of backups showing who prearrange this criminal act.

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    • Sassy says:

      Trying to deduce the actual meaning of “”many FBI-provided Samsung 5 mobile devices did not capture or store text messages due to misconfiguration issues related to rollouts, provisioning, and software upgrades that conflicted with the FBI’s collection capabilities”

      Misconfiguration means what? (And HOW did this happen?)
      Rollouts means what? (Apparently the system used to initially enter phones into a network or connect it to a database.)
      Provisioning means what? (And WHEN and WHY did this happen? New phones, for example?)
      Software upgrades that conflicted with the FBI’s collection capabilities means what? (Was the incompatible software, perhaps, something like the Confide app which was used by the persons in question to immediately delete their texts?)

      Are they trying to tell us that the texts were never captured in the first place, so they can’t exist anywhere?

      Johnson should have been extremely specific and asked the question: Do these texts exist anywhere in the universe? And if the answer is no, then they should have to explain in extreme detail why not.

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      • Jenni says:

        Excellent Points…I’ve been told any transfer of data into any central system will show on an error report and the original devices will not work properly. This would be handles immediately my DP

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        • Jenni says:

          my = by


        • Sassy says:

          They depend upon the Congress and the public being unschooled in all this tech stuff, especially the lingo. Error reports. Now that would be something to ask about. I wonder: Do computer systems still use journaling, where lost data from a database can be recreated (sort of like system restore on your laptop)?

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        • Jenni says:

          I was also informed that any phone device glitch would be noticed by the Server and phone user; and corrected immediately. I was also informed that the information of the Server is stored in several different locations to ensure no lost data. An Auditors work papers for any major phone company ensure the data is received and if not the computer control system will immediately alert DP with an exception report daily. The back-ups are a major concern for auditors because data loss could have a material impact to that Phone Provider.

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  24. EddieBlake says:

    These excuses are about like a school kid saying his dog ate his homework

    Liked by 4 people

  25. Le Borgne says:

    I can’t figure something out. We originally got ~375 texts out of ~10000. More have trickled out since. Does the “fail to retain” batch refer to the 10000. Or are we still missing the bulk of the 10000 PLUS the “fail to retain” period messages.

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  26. terry says:

    Anyone seen this? A second insurance policy.
    If this is true then were getting to surreal level
    corruption here!

    SCOOP: The text
    messages between Strzok and Page that were deleted, included talks about a second insurance policy that they texted about for weeks leading up to the Inauguration.— James Brower 🍦🍦 (@jbro_1776) January 22, 2018

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  27. Ziiggii says:


  28. Ziiggii says:


  29. mccall1981 says:

    This confirms that the OIG has ALL of the Strzok/Page text messages, correct?


  30. Cold Anger–check. Calm, steady, ready, prepped. We are the threat. Feel that power? Yes. Feel it, then keep it ready. I am thinking a nice march in DC soon. Who is ready to join?

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  31. youme says:

    According to this article cell carriers do not retain text messages except for a short period of time. Texts messages, however, are retained on the cell phone until written over.

    The FBI must then have a special contract with it’s cell phone service provider to retain text messages sent and received on FBI supplied cell phones and forward them to the FBI for retention. This is a must, since criminal defense attorneys can obtain them during “discovery” prior to going to trial when an FBI agent is providing testimony.

    Hard to believe the FBI cell carrier does not have back up systems.

    No mention whether or not the FBI examined these cell phones to retrieve the FBI agents text messages stored on the cell phone flash drive.

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  32. youme says:

    The National Security Agency destroyed surveillance data it pledged to preserve in connection with pending lawsuits and apparently never took some of the steps it told a federal court it had taken to make sure the information wasn’t destroyed, according to recent court filings.

    Word of the NSA’s foul-up is emerging just as Congress has extended for six years the legal authority the agency uses for much of its surveillance work conducted through U.S. internet providers and tech firms. President Donald Trump signed that measure into law Friday.

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  33. CM-TX says:

    ^Re: 0bama emailing HRC on private server…

    It was confirmed in one of the online Fbi doc drops (Sept. 2016). Evidence of a 2012 email exchange between HC & B0 was presented during questioning of Huma Abedin. B0’s use of a pseudonym was also noted.

    | President Obama used an undisclosed pseudonym to communicate with then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on her private email server – shocking her top aide Huma Abedin when she learned of it.

    How is that not classified?” Abedin “exclaimed” to investigators when shown a copy of the 2012 exchange between Clinton and Obama, according to a trove of 189-pages of FBI documents dumped Friday night into Clinton’s use of the private server. |

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  34. covfefe999 says:

    So around Dec 24 2016, when Obama was still President, the FBI decided to jack with all of its cell phones or provide new ones less than a month before Trump was taking over? Are the texts to/from ALL FBI phones missing? Or just Strzok’s and Page’s?

    Liked by 3 people

  35. Fishelsea says:

    Hasnt Donald J Trump suffered enough indignity at the hands of these corrupt and evil individuals.


    Liked by 2 people

  36. Charlotte says:


    The Appuzo story referred to in that text from Strzok to Page:

    Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Matt Apuzzo, however, wrote an investigative report last week about a real-life, shadowy operation that gave rise to a federal racketeering suit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, Tobacco and Explosives whose agents, the farmers say, cheated them out of millions.

    Main story here:

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  37. Angel Martin says:

    A recent senior personnel change at the FBI that may be relevant to this “lost” texts story.

    James Turgal is listed on the FBI website as the current Executive Assistant Dir in charge of IT

    However, as of Jan 9, 2018 Deloitte lists the same James Turgal retired in 2017l, as manager of Cyber… something

    I suggest we dig and see if there are any other recent “retirements” in FBI IT area.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. David_b says:

    NSA has them. But zero of your Congress people want you to realize the amount of government snooping on you they do.


  39. TwoLaine says:

    How many days does it take to write an Exoneration Memo?

    Really. No joke. How many days?


  40. kidsndogsncats says:

    I’m old, but I want to be part of the Deplorable Army. I will do anything I can to protect and help President Trump,because that will save our country.


  41. TwoLaine says:

    Now the pressure really starts to finish MYE aka Mid Year Exam aka The Hillary Clinton Matter.

    2:51:00 – What a Liar


  42. thatshawgirl says:

    The texts are not lost. Check the carrier and the NSA.


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