Hillary’s Exoneration Letter Was Changed To Cover Up MAJOR Detail That Just Got Out


Reports suggest that Peter Strzok changed former FBI Director James Comey’s exoneration letter for Hillary Clinton to shield former President Barack Obama from being implicated in the corrupt shenanigans.  Along with this letter, Strzok was also the mastermind involved in when the words were chosen for the FBI Director Comey’s statement that described Clinton’s handling of her private email server as “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless.” This small change shielded Hillary Clinton from criminal charges. We now know Strzok single-handily removed Obama’s name from Comey’s draft statement and changed the wording to ensure Clinton skirted criminal consequences for her negligent actions.

All this is quite the feat for a guy who sent his supposed lover 300 texts per day in seven months.  As Congress continues to release these lovebirds texts the more and more, we learn about how the adulterous lovebirds violated the law in numerous instances, acted corruptly, and blatantly abused their power to shield Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton from criminal charges which would have lead to her arrest and his impeachment.
The Washinton Times reports:
“There is a lot within those text messages that gives us great cause for concern,” said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Mr. Obama had insisted that he wasn’t checking in on the investigation of the woman he was backing to be his successor.
“I do not talk to the attorney general about pending investigations,” Mr. Obama said in an April 2016 interview with Fox News. “I do not talk to FBI directors about pending investigations. We have a strict line and have always maintained it. I guarantee it.”
White House spokesman Josh Earnest backed up Mr. Obama’s claim in the fall of 2016, when he repeatedly stated that the president didn’t know details of the probe and didn’t want to know.
“The White House is going to be scrupulous about avoiding even the appearance of political interference in prosecutorial or investigative decisions,” Mr. Earnest said on Oct. 31, 2016.
Mr. Comey told the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in June that he had not discussed the Clinton case with Mr. Obama.
“I had two one-on-ones with President Obama that I laid out in my testimony: once, to talk about law enforcement issues — law enforcement and race, which was an important topic throughout for me and for the president — and then once, very briefly, for him to say goodbye.”
Some in the Obama camp suggested privately that the FBI employees’ texts more likely pertained to the FBI investigation into Russian meddling in the election.
 Gaetz, Florida Republican, said the texts raise alarming questions about the extent of Mr. Obama’s involvement in the Clinton investigation.
“While the president certainly has the right to be informed about ongoing investigations, Ms. Page’s message, if true, seems to undercut Obama’s statement of April 2016,” he said.
Mr. Gaetz pledged to investigate the matter as a member of the House Judiciary Committee.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee released the texts Wednesday as part of a report on the FBI’s investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.
Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, spearheaded the committee’s investigation. He said the Strzok-Page messages “paint a picture of bias and animus and certainly raise questions about possible corruption.”

The texts also delved into Mr. Comey’s public handling of the results of the FBI investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s secret but unprotected email account, which she used to send and receive classified information while serving as the country’s top diplomat.
On Sept. 28, 2016, Mr. Strzok texted Ms. Page that he was summoned to then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s office after some of the Clinton emails in question showed up on the laptop of former Rep. Anthony Weiner, New York Democrat, in an unrelated investigation. Mr. Weiner’s wife was top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, who exchanged classified information with her boss.
Mr. Comey didn’t inform Congress that the Weiner emails were being reviewed until Oct. 28, 2016, just days before the presidential election. Mrs. Clinton’s aides have blamed that announcement for her loss.
The timing of the messages raises questions about when Mr. Comey learned of the emails.
“The FBI had learned of the existence of emails that appear pertinent to the investigation,” Mr. Comey said in late October. “I am writing to inform you that the investigative team briefed me on this yesterday.”
The Justice Department’s inspector general is trying to determine whether Mr. McCabe or other FBI officials attempted to delay the investigation until after Election Day, according a report in The Washington Post. Mr. McCabe “appeared not to act for about three weeks” after the emails were found on Weiner’s laptop.
Mr. McCabe was accused of slow-walking the Clinton investigation.”
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