Lisa Page: Yeah, Obama's DOJ Killed the Prosecution of Hillary Clinton

Lisa Page: Yeah, Obama's DOJ Killed the Prosecution of Hillary Clinton

Lisa Page: Yeah, Obama's DOJ Killed the Prosecution of Hillary Clinton

Strzok testified that Hillary Clinton and the Department of Justice seemingly struck a deal that blocked the Federal Bureau of Investigation from accessing her private, home-brew email server for information relevant to the Clinton Foundation. "Much more to come!" In the past week, Collins has released transcripts of similar interviews with Justice Department official Bruce Ohr and ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page, with whom Strzok exchanged anti-Trump text messages during the 2016 election and investigations into his campaign.

Democrats are desperate to hide their own history of deception, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into nonexistent collusion was the ideal way to distract the American people from their poor record of pulling punches when it came to prosecuting wrongdoing within the Obama administration. Strzok was a lead investigator in the Clinton email probe. Page left the team before the text messages were discovered. But their high-level roles in two politically charged investigations have made the two FBI veterans central to GOP, and Trump, claims of bias at the highest levels of the bureau.

How could the FBI conduct an unbiased investigation and reach an independent conclusion if its agents were told not to go after the top target - Hillary Clinton - by the DOJ? The core of the allegations was that Clinton may have broken the law by allowing classified information be sent through her private unsecure channels. Lisa Page transcripts show he LIED. Notably, Page also said that the DOJ had "multiple conversations ... about charging gross negligence", but decided that "they did not feel they could sustain a charge" because they considered the term "constitutionally vague".

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Then-FBI Director James Comey announced in a July 2016 press conference that while Clinton, then the Democrat presidential nominee, had been "extremely careless" in handling classified information, "no reasonable prosecutor" would attempt to bring a case against her.

But Page explained those FBI officials were not directly involved in any decision-making about the Clinton investigation and it had no effect on the overall investigation result.

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