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DOJ investigating texts between FBI officials after anti-Trump messages found

07 Diciembre 2017

"Recently, FBI Director Christopher Wray reminded a law enforcement conference that unbreakable encryption presents, "a huge, huge problem", which "...impacts investigations across the board - narcotics, human trafficking, counterterrorism, counterintelligence, gangs, organized crime, child exploitation". That small change reduced Hillary's action from criminal to merely incompetent and that ironically preserved Hillary's nomination, helping pave the way for Donald Trump.

The FBI agent who was dismissed from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe for sending his lover anti-Trump text messages is turning into a Forrest Gump character who figured in a number of key moments in the Bureau's recent history.

The email obtained by CBS News has Wray telling staff Monday that he would be testifying on Capitol Hill later this week and that as he prepares, " I am continually reminded of the breadth and significance of our work". Yes, it's good that Mueller removed Strzok when he discovered the text messages.

While there are certainly some biased, partisan conservatives in the federal bureaucracy, the ideological imbalance in the civil service is striking.

Hover over the profile pic and click the Following button to unfollow any account. How important it was and how under the microscope every move you made would be. And an investigation by Ukrainian prosecutors into Mr. Kilimnik's possible ties to Russian spy agencies was closed last year without charges.

"Let's start off with the head of the snake", Hannity began.

"The president's order is an unconstitutional embarrassment and I applaud you for taking a principled stand against defending it", he added. The Supreme Court offers hope to social conservatives in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, facilitated by Trump's appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the bench. And it made Mueller, long touted as the second coming of Eliot Ness, look like something other than untouchable. He had a big hand in the FBI's "investigation" of Hillary Clinton and came up with the characterization of Clinton's use of a private server as "extraordinarily careless" rather than "grossly negligent".

American recognition of Jerusalem will not ripen diplomatic prospects; to the contrary, it is likely to diminish what little opportunity for progress exists, as this unilateral U.S. action demands nothing of the Israeli government and gives nothing to the Palestinians in Jerusalem or anywhere else. The meeting occurred just days before Comey announced that Hillary Clinton would not be charged. Issuing subpoenas on a private bank for the highly personal banking information of Trump and his family members is another basis for firing the supervisor who allows it.

Judge Beryl Howell, an Obama appointee, a friend of Loretta Lynch, Obama's DOJ boss, and of Andrew Weissmann, Mueller's deputy, decided to seal the Papadopolous case. In the spirit of the Christmas season, Trump should cap the taxpayer expense at ten times the cost of a death penalty case, or $23 million.

DeSantis argued the example highlights the politicization of the FBI.

Strzok was reportedly involved in the interviews of Michael Flynn in January for the probe into Russian interference, as well as Clinton aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills concerning the Clinton email scandal.

'Tainted (no, very dishonest?) FBI "agent's role in Clinton probe under review,"' Trump tweeted Sunday morning. DeSantis wants the FBI to tell him if the videotape was saved.

DOJ investigating texts between FBI officials after anti-Trump messages found