(National Sentinel)Â INJustice Dept.:Â During his recent testimony before Congress, disgraced and fired FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok claimed his [very obvious] political bias played no role whatsoever in his investigation of Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified emails.
But new evidence indicatesÂ once more that he’s likely beingÂ far less than honestÂ about that claim.
Tom Fitton, president of government watchdog Judicial Watch, said in his weekly update that JWÂ found evidence thatÂ Russia hackers had penetrated Clinton’s server and gave that evidence to the FBI,Â but Strzok and the bureauÂ sat on it.
The evidence would seem to suggestÂ clearly and emphatically (again) that Hillary Clinton violated the Espionage Act and related statutes governing the handling of classified informationÂ in a major way.
But of course, “unbiased” Strzok didÂ nothing about it.
“Judicial Watch went to the FBI in 2016 with information that weâ€™d uncovered that suggested that the Russians had compromised Hillary Clintonâ€™s serverâ€¦ But the FBI never did anything with that information,” Fitton said.
“We went to the FBI, our guy met with them for four hours. The meeting was initially set up through, guess who? Peter Strzok,â€ Fitton said. â€œNow, Strzok wasnâ€™t at the meeting interestingly even though he set up the meetingâ€“he sent two of his underlings there and they never did anything with that information.”
Under instructionsÂ not to do anything with it, perhaps?
Fitton also said his organizationÂ gave then-FBI Director James Comey such a massive volume of documents and evidenceÂ just a week before he exonerated Hillary in a public July 2016 press conference there wasÂ no way that the bureau could have digested and analyzed all of it in time.
Tom Fitton also said that they gave the FBI such a huge volume of documents and evidence one week before Comeyâ€™s infamous July 2016 press conference where he exonerated Hillary, that there is no way the FBI could have reviewed it all in that time frame.
FittonÂ was responding in partÂ in reaction to a revelation during Strzok’s House hearing last month from Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert, who said clearly thatÂ a government watchdog had determined that Hillary’s emails had beenÂ sent to a foreign power.
TheÂ Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) found an â€œanomaly on Hillary Clintonâ€™s emails going through their private server, and when they had done the forensic analysis, they found that her emails, every single one except four, over 30,000,Â wereÂ going to an address that was not on the distribution list,” Gohmert revealed.
â€œIt was going to an unauthorized source that was a foreign entity unrelated to Russia,â€ he added.
Gohmert went onto say that the ICIG investigator, Frank Rucker,Â presented his findings to Strzok –Â who didn’t act on them.
When Gohmert asked Strzok about it, the disgraced agent said yeah, he remembered meeting with Rucker but gee, he just couldn’t recall the “content” of that meeting.
We have two systems of justice in America, ladies and gentlemen. That can’t last long.