IG Report: FBI Lawyer #1 Tashina Gauhar and The Huma/Weiner Laptop Issues…

One of the information issues with the IG report is that it’s written entirely from an insider’s perspective.  Therefore without an understanding of how divisions within Main Justice related to the discussed activity within FBI main DC offices it can be very confusing to understand.

The ‘insider narration’ makes it difficult to see what happened with the Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner laptop; and how the Clinton emails were discovered.  However, because the issue is so important the IG report spends three chapters on this time-frame between September 28th and October 29th, 2016; and ultimately the next day, Oct. 30th, when a search warrant was executed for the laptop content.

IG Horowitz takes this aspect of the investigation into granularity and nuance (Chapters 8, 9 and 10).

At the heart of the activity during this critical period is FBI lawyer #1 Tashina “Tash” Gauhar who was on a video conference call with the FBI New York Field Office (NYFO) as the discoveries of hundreds of thousands of Clinton emails were relayed internally to the Mid-Year-Event (MYE) team in DC on September 29th, 2016.

Almost a full month went by until October 27th, 2016, when the MYE team all gathered with James Comey to talk about the laptop issues and the emails.   Within the IG review of this period, there is a bunch of ass-covering documentation that takes place in hindsight to the events.  The IG is careful to point out each time his investigation is presented with documentary evidence that was clearly written long-after the events being questioned.

The central IG question is: why didn’t the FBI take immediate action to review 725,000 Clinton-centric emails on the Huma/Weiner laptop?  Why did they wait a month before seeking a search warrant?  Why were they doing nothing?

With these three basic questions Horowitz enters a matrix of FBI excuses, obtuse claims, he-said/she-said, and ultimately a bunch of statements by the MYE team that simply didn’t make a lick of sense.  Or put more diplomatically in IG language: “we found most of the explanations offered for this delay to be unconvincing.” (pg. 324)

IG REPORT  pg 324 – By no later than September 29, the FBI had learned virtually every fact that was cited by the FBI in late October as justification for obtaining the search warrant for the Weiner laptop, including that the laptop contained:

  • Over 340,000 emails, some of which were from domains associated with Clinton, including state.gov, clintonfoundation.org, clintonemail.com, and hillaryclinton.com;
  • Numerous emails between Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin;
  • An unknown number of BlackBerry communications on the laptop, including one or more messages between Abedin and Clinton, indicating the possibility that the laptop contained communications from the early months of Clinton’s tenure;178 and
  • Emails dated beginning in 2007 and covering the entire period of Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State

The IG boiled down the FBI team excuses into four categories.

The explanations given to the OIG for the FBI’s failure to take immediate action on the Weiner laptop fell into four general categories:

1. The FBI Midyear team was waiting for additional information about the contents of the laptop from NYO, which was not provided until late October.

2. The FBI Midyear team could not review the emails without additional legal authority, such as consent or a new search warrant.

3. The FBI Midyear team and senior FBI officials did not believe that the information on the laptop was likely to be significant.

4. Key members of the FBI Midyear team had been reassigned to the investigation of Russian interference in the U.S. election, which was a higher priority.

The IG walks through each of the four points, and identifies why each of them makes absolutely no sense against events that were taking place at the time. Ending with this summation:

Page #330: In sum, we concluded that the explanations given for the failure of the FBI to take action on the Weiner laptop between September 29 and the end of October were unpersuasive.

The FBI had all the information it needed on September 29 to obtain the search warrant that it did not seek until more than a month later. The FBI’s neglect had potentially far-reaching consequences. Comey told the OIG that, had he known about the laptop in the beginning of October and thought the email review could have been completed before the election, it may have affected his decision to notify Congress. Comey told the OIG, “I don’t know [if] it would have put us in a different place, but I would have wanted to have the opportunity.”

And then the IG gets to the heart of the matter:

Page #331: We found that what changed between September 29 and October 27 that finally prompted the FBI to take action was not new information about what was on the Weiner laptop but rather the inquiries from the SDNY prosecutors and then from the Department [Main Justice]. The only thing of significance that had changed was the calendar and the fact that people outside of the FBI were inquiring about the status of the Weiner laptop.

And right there, this becomes a great example why we see so much criticism of the IG report.  The report clearly says why the excuses make no sense and were false.  The IG report also clearly says what is most likely the real reason for the re-opening of the investigation.  Both good points.

However, what is missing from the report is an explanation for: ‘why the FBI didn’t initiate the review’?

The IG gives a reason for the excuses not to be believed; gives a reason for the FBI finally taking action; but it never gives the reason why the Clinton email review was not undertaken….. the report leaves the actual biggest point as a dangling question.

Every intellectually honest person reading knows the MYE team didn’t investigate the laptop because they didn’t want to re-open the investigation; and the FBI team (Via McCabe, Page, Strzok and Tashina Gauhar) figured it could simply be avoided.  However, the IG cannot prove that, because the participants deny it.   So the IG can only disprove the FBI assertions and excuses…. and he did.  But that leaves the FBI getting away with the corrupt part of it…. and leaves all of us frustrated, again.

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It’s October 27th, 2016, the day before James Comey announces his FBI decision to re-open the Clinton investigation. Jim Rybicki still saying McCabe should be recused from input; everyone else, including FBI Legal Counsel James Baker, is disagreeing with Rybicki and siding with Lisa Page.

Meanwhile the conversation has shifted slightly to “PC”, probable cause. Read:

While Lisa Page is leaking stories to Devlin Barrett (Wall Street Journal), the internal discussion amid the “small group” is about probable cause to gain a search warrant.

The team is now saying if there is no probable cause to gain a search warrant, then there’s no reason to tell anyone about the laptop emails.  Comey closed the original email investigation in July 2016 (remember the very tight boundaries of review). No probable cause in October 2016 to get a search warrant means no need to announce opening the investigation regardless of what the email content might be.

This appears to be how the MYE “small group” or “tight team” justify doing nothing with the content received from New York. They received notification of the emails September 28th and it’s now October 27th, and they haven’t taken any action to review. Heck, they are debating if there’s even a need to look at the laptop.

Then on October 28th, 2016, the FBI and Main Justice officials have a conference call about the entire Huma Abedin/Hillary Clinton email issue. Here’s where it gets interesting.

George Toscas and David Laufman from DOJ-NSD articulate a position that something needs to happen likely because Main Justice is concerned about the issue of FBI (McCabe) sitting on the emails for over three weeks without any feedback to SDNY (New York).

Thanks to Deputy Director McCabe, Main Justice in DC, specifically DOJ National Security Division, now looks like they are facilitating a cover-up operation being conducted by the FBI “small group”. [which is actually true, but they can’t let that be so glaringly obvious].

As a result of the Top-Tier officials conference call, Strzok is grumpy agent because his opinion appears to be insignificant. The decision is reached to announce the re-opening of the investigation. This sends Lisa Page bananas…

…In rapid response mode Lisa Page reaches out to Devlin Barrett, again to quickly shape the media coverage. Now that the world is aware of the need for a Clinton email investigation 2.0 the internal conversation returns to McCabe’s recusal.

Please note that at no time in the FBI is anyone directing an actual investigation of the content of the Clinton emails. Every single second of every effort is devoted to shaping the public perception of the need for the investigation. Every media outlet is being watched; every article is being read; and the entire apparatus of the small group is shaping coverage therein by contacting their leak outlets.

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539 Responses to IG Report: FBI Lawyer #1 Tashina Gauhar and The Huma/Weiner Laptop Issues…

  1. Pat Frederick says:

    Comey’s decision to reopen the Clinton investigation centered (imo) upon his concern for HIS reputation first, then the Bureau’s rep next, then justice last. His ego is enormous–almost as big as he is.
    But when they are bandying about the subject of whether or not to get a subpoena for the Weiner laptop, the thinking was that they had probably seen all the emails already–but how could that be POSSIBLE when they first reported Clinton turned over 30,000 emails and the FBI was informed there were at least 350,000 on the laptop?
    Plus they knew there were Blackberry messages or backups on there—
    Reading the IG Report, you get a sense that there was rush to finish the investigation quickly–which was far more important than being thorough.

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  2. Pat Frederick says:

    Not sure if this question belongs here, but did we know initially that there were so many different Clinton email domains?

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  3. Charlotte says:

    Thomas Paine
    ‏ @Thomas1774Paine
    13h13 hours ago

    Big 7th Floor FBI celebration last night we hear. OK, live it up.

    Thomas Paine
    ‏ @Thomas1774Paine
    8h8 hours ago

    Mr. Bari Shabazz I presume … So that is where you’ve been hiding.

    Thomas Paine
    ‏ @Thomas1774Paine
    19h19 hours ago

    Dirt coming in on Wray. We will filter, vet, then publish.

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  4. Perot Conservative says:

    Obstruction?

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  5. rudy1876 says:

    Oooooooo…….a flowchart! We got them now!

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  6. marc says:

    In the OIG report. Footnote 178, page 325. The BlackBerry messages were not in the October 30th warrant application. The messages are from the first 3 months of Clintons time at the state depth. There may be the key to lock box. Cheers.

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  7. JX says:

    Why are persons referred to as “agent 1”, “agent 5” etc? Why not name them? We have a right to know who the coup plotters are.

    Just more DOJ bunker obfuscation. Congress needs to decapitate the DOJ and appoint new leadership.

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    • Rita Camp says:

      JX – Congress does not have the authority to decapitate the DOJ. Any action rests with the attorney general and then promulgated by his deputy. Sessions is weak and worthless. Rosenstein is implicated in this whole sorry mess. I expect nothing fruitful will occur.

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      • jello333 says:

        “Sessions is weak and worthless.” Yeah, I’m still trying to give him the benefit of the doubt, but there’s sure times he feels that way. Jeff needs to drop and give me 20! 😀

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  8. Nightstand says:

    OH wow , we have documents now to prove the the DOJ and the FBI broke the law and are corrupt and should be fired or at least some should go to jail ! Wait a minute, didn’t we already know that ? So who is going to arrest these thugs and what time today can we expect it to be done? If we could only find a conservative democrat prosecutor. Republican prosecutors don’t know how to arrest or prosecute a case. Trump is in deep trouble.

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  9. H.R. says:

    Well apparently, they came up with a way to review all of the emails over the weekend.

    Unnamed sources close to the matter gave this explanation.

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  10. Massachusetts Deplorable says:

    Sundance,
    Thanks for all the hard work you did on this.
    Now we all need to be from Missouri. We need to be shown: Who did the investigation on the Weiner laptop investigation and we need to see detailed documentation on what was found. Also When. As detailed as the IG report itself. An addendum perhaps.
    But I think you may have found the smoking gun that proves bias. It is not what is in the report but in the hanging questions that were left out.
    The IG says he can’t prove a biased investigation. Can he prove it was not biased?
    If no one seriously and robustly investigated the Clinton emails found on Weiner’s laptop that would be proof beyond a reasonable doubt that the Clinton Email investigation and therefore the Mueller investigation were ( are ) irretrievably compromised.
    There is enough already to make that argument. But a non investigation or a sham one would put the icing on the cake. make it beyond dispute.
    Great Work!
    I hope many media reporters follow this up as well as Congress.

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    • jmclever says:

      The only detailed investigation on the Weiner laptop was done by the NY office and was limited only to information having to with the sexting case against Weiner. The MYE group got a search warrant but made sure it was so narrowly defined that they did not find anything other than was already found by the original also ridiculously narrowly defined investigative scope. Its like trying to discover what flavor a cake is but limiting yourself to only looking at the color of the frosting.

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    • Nightstand says:

      I hope so also , but they almost never do. May the Almighty help us.

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    • cali says:

      @Massachusette Deplorable: The smoking is here:

      Peter Strzok downloaded the sealed search warrant/draft and emailed it to his personal gmail account. He sat on ergo stalling any further action = intent.

      What is overlooked is that the info on that laptop as printed in the OIG report is this among the rest:

      “Crimes against Children”.!

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  11. Massachusetts Deplorable says:

    Liberal writer confirms Clinton emails found on Weiner laptop were ignored. Interesting his wife works in IG’s Counsel’s office. Article contains Preistap excerpts.

    The article does say:
    “The laptop was on a list of topics discussed by McCabe and other FBI officials on Oct. 3 and 4. And then … nothing happened. “After October 4, we found no evidence that anyone associated with the [Clinton] investigation, including the entire leadership team at FBI Headquarters, took any action on the Weiner laptop issue until the week of October 24,” says the report. Headquarters followed up only after being prompted on Oct. 21 by the New York office. Not until Oct. 27 did FBI officials brief FBI Director James Comey about the laptop…

    More than a week later, just two days before the election, the FBI announced that it had searched the emails enough to know that they wouldn’t change its decision not to recommend her prosecution. But the damage was done. She lost. ”

    Enough to know… because they had done a robust investigation – no – more than likely because the decision not to prosecute was a forgone conclusion. So why bother? The people that wanted to “Stop” Trump were not about to open Hillary’s can of worms again. But they had to report to Comey that they did not find anything that would change the conclusion not to prosecute – and to get that out before election day. Else they could not “stop” Trump – HORRORS – they would be stuck with him.

    Looks like Sundance is right. There was no investigation. Just the appearance of one. Comey’s say so that there was one – but those beneath him could have lied to him as well. Did he make any effort to verify if or to what extent anything was done – and by who?
    Why should he have? He had confidence in these people – or was one of them himself.

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  12. Boots says:

    Sure, you can try peaceful demonstrations. Reverend King did and he brought about the Civil Rights Act. He gave his life for the movement. How many would give their lives to tear down and kill The Deep State? A lot less than you might think.

    How many would rather be content to sit on their couches and watch TV, or play on the internet, or go boating or skiing or camping or hunting….or do anything and everything else except give their life for freedom and liberty? More than you might imagine.

    The Deep State is a globalist criminal enterprise not unlike MS13, Cosa Nostra, or any of the cocaine cartels. They’ll never give up their control over we the people. That control is through unequally enforced laws and fear. The former is self explanatory. The latter, “fear”, means the Deep State has career executioneers who will shoot and kill you with impunity because they’re deceitfully called “law enforcement officers”. How can you fight a system that enslaves you with fear of imprisonment or excecution by the police?

    One might be forgiven for believing only dire consequences for their actions will make The Deep State reconsider. One might rightfully wonder, if a few of these bastards started showing up dead, would that be sufficient to stop The Deep State?

    Throughout history, dire consequences to the perputrators of coup d’ etats and crimes against a nation have been the only successful deterrent. Perhaps dire consequences is the only way to save America. The consequences of not taking dire steps to save America may be insufferable for America. This man explains how his people’s *fear and failure* to resort to dire consequences, but instead hoped and prayed things would get better, led to the enslavement, imprisonment, exile, and murder of tens of millions of his fellow citizens:

    “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?… The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”

    ― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956

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  13. Massachusetts Deplorable says:

    Another source gives us this as a take way from the report.
    https://www.vox.com/2018/6/14/17465186/inspector-general-report-fbi-comey-executive-summary

    ” 3) The IG asks whether Strzok pursued the Trump-Russia probe more vigorously than new Clinton emails found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop due to political bias

    Now, Horowitz also writes that Strzok had at times pushed for more aggressive measures in the Clinton email probe than other investigators preferred. And he has little objection to Strzok‘s conduct in the Clinton probe through most of 2016.

    However, Horowitz does express concern about a choice Strzok made late in the campaign to prioritize the Trump campaign/Russia investigation over investigating new Hillary Clinton emails found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop.

    When did Strzok’s approach change? Was it after it became more clear that Trump would be the candidate? So Strzok’s bias was specifically against Trump not more traditional republicans. His change in approaches confirms his bias.

    The Weiner emails were found by the FBI in late September, yet agents took no action on them for several weeks, stretching into late October. This is the background for the very late letter by Comey, just a week and a half before the election, announcing that the new emails were found.

    “We searched for evidence that the Weiner laptop was deliberately placed on the back-burner by others in the FBI to protect Clinton, but found no evidence in emails, text messages, instant messages, or documents that suggested an improper purpose,” Horowitz writes. However, he adds, “we also did not identify a consistent or persuasive explanation for the FBI’s failure to act for almost a month.”

    “Under these circumstances, we did not have confidence that Strzok’s decision to prioritize the Russia investigation over following up on the Midyear-related investigative lead discovered on the Weiner laptop was free from bias,” he writes.”

    But what about the call mentioned in the previous report on McCabe:

    “On October 26, 2016, McCabe and NY-ADIC participated in what McCabe
    described as “a hastily convened conference call with the Attorney General who
    delivered the same message to us” about leaks, with specific focus being on leaks
    regarding the high-profile investigation by FBI’s New York Field Office into the death
    of Eric Garner. McCabe told us that he “never heard her use more forceful
    language.” NY-ADIC confirmed that the participants got “ripped by the AG on
    leaks.”

    And the background story that was reported here by Sundance:

    That background report suggested that Loretta Lynch threatened the New York police if they made the Weiner material public. I was anxiously awaiting this Ig report because I wanted to know more about that and what was discovered about it. That would be obstruction of justice implicating a bunch of people in the DOJ.

    Either Huber is actively probing that and so this report is silent on it for that reason or else this report is a whitewash.
    Where is the testimony of the SDNY field agents or NYPD on this? Congress needs to know if not the public at large.

    If they were to be interviewed and were to confirm they were ordered to keep that info from the public that would confirm FBI / Mueller bias in both Clinton and Russia investigations.

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  14. Massachusetts Deplorable says:

    Please note: this text is my comment not part of the excerpt in my previous post. Sorry.

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  15. Massachusetts Deplorable says:

    Text improperly inserted in excerpt:
    “When did Strzok’s approach change? Was it after it became more clear that Trump would be the candidate? So Strzok’s bias was specifically against Trump not more traditional republicans. His change in approaches confirms his bias.”
    This is my comment on part of the excerpt.

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  16. Massachusetts Deplorable says:

    Sorry for posting so much but I wanted to make this link available

    https://stonecoldtruth.com/nypd-chief-if-the-fbi-fails-to-indict-hillary-and-her-co-conspirators-nypd-will-go-public-with-the-damning-emails/

    Roger Stone reported on the Weiner laptop back in November 2016. Today Stone is being investigated ( heavy handedly ) by Mueller. Is that payback?

    Anyway on Nov. 3 2016 , Stone reported that the NYPD Chief openly talked about the stuff on Weiner’s laptop:

    https://stonecoldtruth.com/nypd-chief-if-the-fbi-fails-to-indict-hillary-and-her-co-conspirators-nypd-will-go-public-with-the-damning-emails/

    “A NYPD Chief has openly said if the FBI failed to indict Hillary and her co-conspirators, he would make sure that NYPD would go public with the damning emails. In addition, FBI sources confirmed that Abedin and Weiner are cooperating with federal agents.”

    I would like to suggest that this person should be interviewed by the Congessional committees.

    This was the story Lynch was said to be incensed about and is alleged to have threatened NYPD with retaliation over if they went public.

    Was this to hot for the FBI to handle because if the investigation into the emails was killed because of political pressure it would incriminate some of them and their favored political party?

    Was that why the FBI lack of interest in the Weiner laptop ? And we must remember that Hillary was the expected victor. Not good for agency people to get on her bad side.

    The DOJ IG report says that he cannot prove that actual judgement and discretionary calls were
    not the result of bias in the Clinton email case. He cannot disprove bias. But there is reason to think that serious allegations lay at the DOJ FBI doorstep.

    Was Rosenstein involved – Comey, for sure would have been – and others. At the least, it appears that they could not stand that they had dropped an investigation due to political pressure to become known.

    But let’s not take McCabes story that he refused to bend to pressure as truth. Maybe he made his decisions – convinced others to make decisions – to achieve the outcome of whitewashing that they bent to Lynch’s demands. That would be improper. Illegal.

    If these suspicions are not reason to demand that a trustworthy special counsel be appointed I do not know what would be. We need an honest investigation.One that we know is robust and probes these issues.

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  17. jeans2nd says:

    “Almost a full month went by until October 27th, 2016…”
    “what is missing from the report is an explanation for: ‘why the FBI didn’t initiate the review’?”

    What is also missing, from the post above, is, what was the MYE team actually doing during this time period?

    The entirety of “CHAPTER EIGHT: OCTOBER EFFORTS BY FBI LEADERSHIP TO RESPOND TO CRITICISM OF THE MIDYEAR INVESTIGATION, ” pgs. 265 through 272, is devoted to the activities and whereabouts of the MYE team during the month of Oct 2016.

    As Chapter 8 details, these folks spent most of their entire time with each other – “Pg 271 ““[T]he fact is, we were meeting about Midyear-related things constantly, like during [the October] time period. FOIA requests, Congressional requests.”

    The rest of the time was spent shaping and delivering the FBI’s “message,” regarding the completion of the MYE and the decision not to prosecute. At one point Page claimed to be just the messenger, and others were creating the talking points – ft 163 pg. 266.

    Chapter 8 details how field office agents were still upset, as were retired agents, and contacting FBI HQ to express their displeasure and continue asking questions.
    The MYE team spent their time creating and delivering the narrative, not just to media, but also to the current and retired FBI people.

    Comey spent most of the month of Oct 2016 at 2 conferences in San Diego. McCabe spent ~2 weeks in San Diego for one of those conferences. Comey included “telling the truth” in his delivered speeches.

    Comey included a blatant bribe in one speech to the SAC Conference on 12 Oct 2016.
    In discussing the decision not to prosecute Clinton over Clinton’s emails, Comey said in response to “if an FBI agent did what Clinton did,”
    Pg 266 “I’m also highly confident, in fact, certain you would not be criminally prosecuted for that conduct…. ”
    Where we come from, that is a bribe.

    Emails were sent, phone calls were made, narrative delivered, to anyone still around to listen.
    Much time was spent interacting with OPA, Kortan iirc, and reading any media reports on MYE. Fox was specifically targeted, to counter any scoops that C Herridge et al might have.

    Meanwhile, Strzock was off to London, to deliver the Russia narrative and contact spies to put into action. Beg pardon, informants.
    The narrative had already been been written; Strzock was delivering the scripts and coaching the actors. FBI HQ was reacting to events as they happened.

    These people had no intention of further pursuing the Weiner laptop email. And they did not.
    Their words are meaningless, as the IG showed. Their actions speak their intentions.

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  18. lollabells says:

    I remember when Comey reopened the case I was SO HAPPY! I remember that feeling! But then I remember the feeling I got when Comey once again announced that they found NOTHING NEW. I was like you have to be KIDDING ME! There was NO WAY! Then we find out they NEVER READ the emails, this has been so frustrating, so angering. Watching Comey testify before congress with his GOD LIKE Attitude, even after he was fired giving interviews on TV.. Then watching Clinton parading around the world, I don’t think I have EVER been this angry at our justice system. It has been like watching something out of a movie, almost surreal…
    I am not new to the truth community, I have been following you guys for a while, I just never dreamed our political systems could be weaponized like this. I started having my “great awakening” after 9/11, so I have been around for awhile. I guess every time we learn more, it’s just hard not to be shocked, or angry maybe is a better description..
    I thank the lord every day for giving us President Trump, no its not perfect. But the corruption has been going on for SO LONG & it runs SO DEEP it’s impossible to undo in the time he has been in office so far. I pray everyday that people vote to NEVER ALLOW this to happen again. President Trump will not be around forever, he can only start to undo what has been taking place, but it is up to the people who follow to finish this.

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  19. Kent says:

    ….subpoena tashina…..and don’t let lameass gowdy and his dog and pony show let her off of the hook…

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  20. Den says:

    Would lie detector test provide some answers?

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  21. Subro52 says:

    Can someone explain the differing number of emails found on the Weiner laptop? I’ve read 340,000 and then this article states 725,000 were found. Which is it? And does this mean that the 30,000 deleted emails (bleach bit) are probably contained in the Weiner laptop?

    Thanks for any clarity you can give me.

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  22. Red Rooster says:

    “One of the information issues with the IG report is that it’s written entirely from an insider’s perspective. Therefore without an understanding of how divisions within Main Justice related to the discussed activity within FBI main DC offices it can be very confusing to understand.”

    Sorta like Howowitz’s extreme use of double negatives yesterday. All intended to make it difficult for the average person to clearly understand the depth of dishonesty and corruption.

    Horowitz and Wray are looking like just another two swamp creatures.

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