By Bob Unruh
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Charging that FBI agent Peter Strzok repeatedly protected Hillary Clinton from prosecution – while allegedly using an unverified “dossier” to get a court warrant to spy on then-candidate Donald Trump – Washington watchdog Judicial Watch on Thursday sued to obtain the details about his demotion from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team of investigators.
“Strzok reportedly oversaw the FBI’s intrerviews of former National Security Adviser General Michael Flynn; changed former FBI Director James Comey’s language about Hillary Clinton’s actions regarding her illicit email server from ‘grossly negligent’ to ‘extremely careless;’ played a lead role in the FBI’s interview of Clinton and is suspected of being responsible for using the unverified dossier to obtain a FISA warrant in order to spy on President Trump’s campaign,” Judicial Watch explained on Thursday.
But the FBI has stonewalled a Freedom of Information Act request for information about his demotion from a team that already was replete with financial donors to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
“It is disturbing the FBI has stonewalled our request about the Mr. Strzok demotion for four months,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “One can only conclude the FBI and Justice Department (including Mr. Mueller’s operation) wanted to hide the truth about how Strzok’s and Page’s political biases and misconduct have compromised both the Clinton email and Russia collusion investigations.”
“Page” refers to FBI lawyer Lisa Page, who worked for FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe “and with whom Strzok was carrying on an extramarital affair,” Judicial Watch reported.
They exchanged “text messages during the Clinton investigation and campaign season in which they expressed anti-Trump sentiments and other comments that appeared to favor Click to see the original article