BREAKING=> FBI Agent at Mike Flynn Interrogation Is Ready to Testify Against McCabe, Strzok and Comey!
May 23, 2018 by Joe Hoft
On Friday May 11, 2018, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein stating Comey testified the FBI didn’t think General Flynn lied. Grassley also revealed Joe Pientka was the second FBI agent who joined Peter Strzok on January 24th, 2017 in an ambush style interview to take down General Flynn.
Grassley demanded the FBI and DOJ produce the transcript of Flynn’s intercepted calls with Russian Ambassador Kislyak and the related 302’s by May 25th. (302’s are reports FBI agents take to summarize an interview with a subject.)
The recently unredacted portion of the House Intel report revealed Comey testified to House Intel members the FBI agents who ambushed Flynn did not detect any deception. The report also revealed the illegal leak of Flynn’s phone call with Kislyak is what allowed the FBI/DOJ to keep a counterintel operation open on General Flynn.
Chairman Grassley is demanding answers from the FBI and DOJ by this Friday the 25th.
In the last paragraph of Grassley’s letter, he requests Special Agent Joe Pientka be available for a transcribed interview with Committee staff:
Accordingly, no later than May 25, 2018, please provide:
1. The information requested in our February 15, 2017 letter, including the transcripts of the
reportedly intercepted calls and any FBI reports summarizing them; and
2. The FBI agents’ 302s memorializing their interview of Flynn and 1A supporting docs,
including the agents’ notes.
In addition, please make Special Agent Joe Pientka available for a transcribed interview
with Committee staff no later than one week following the production of the requested
Investigative reporter, Sara Carter stated a couple weeks ago that according to numerous law enforcement sources, neither Strzok or Pientka believed Flynn was lying during their interview with him, as reported. Special Agent Joe Pientka and another “non-partisan” law enforcement officer were present in the Flynn interview per Sara Carter’s sources.
Legal expert, attorney and former special investigator, Joe DiGenova, believes that Pientka may be a good cop based on his actions related to the General Flynn case (see video below at the 6:00 mark) –
Chairman Grassley quite properly wants to see the underlying 302 forms of the FBI agents who did the interview, the ambush interview of Flynn, at the White House during the transition period rather shortly after the inauguration.
It’s pretty obvious that Comey and McCabe got together and decided they wanted to frame Flynn because they believed, they believed, believe it or not, that he was a danger to the Constitution, not them. He was a danger, when all he was doing was communicating with people that he had a legitimate right to communicate with, both as a candidate Foreign Policy Advisor, and as the National Security Advisor Designate, and as a National Security Advisor.
So Grassley wants to see the notes of these people and he wants to interview the one agent who was there who was very, very, very serious about how Flynn did not deceive. That agent that he wants to interview is the agent who went to the Inspector General and complained about the conduct of Strzok and McCabe.
Corrupt and fired former Heads of the FBI Comey and McCabe can’t be in jail soon enough!
May 23, 2018 BY:
The FBI has sent or plans to send letters to Peter Strzok and Lisa Page “asking them to preserve agency records on their personal accounts and personal devices and requesting confirmation that they are doing so,” according to the conservative government watchdog Judicial Watch.
The FBI informed Judicial Watch they would be making the request as a result of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in which the watchdog was seeking thousands of pages of documents on the personal devices of the pair which could include emails, chats, text messages, and travel documents.
Strzok and Page sent anti-Trump text messages in 2016 while they were working on the Clinton email investigation. Strzok was dismissed from Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigating team because of the texts. Strzok and Page were also involved with each other in an extra-marital affair that year, and Page has since left the bureau.
The controversy has evolved to such a point that President Trump singled them out by name in a tweet.
“Lisa Page, who may hold the record for the most Emails in the shortest period of time (to her Lover, Peter S), and attorney Baker, are out at the FBI as part of the Probers getting caught?” President Trump tweeted earlier this month. “Why is Peter S still there? What a total mess. Our Country has to get back to Business!”
According to Judicial Watch, “U.S. District Court Judge Reggie B. Walton ordered the FBI to begin processing 13,000 pages of previously undisclosed emails exchanged exclusively between FBI officials Strzok and Page between February 1, 2015, and December 2017. The first 500 pages of records are to be processed by June 29, 2018.”
The order by Judge Walton is what prompted the FBI to ask for the preservation of records from Strzok and Page.
On Wednesday in a separate move still related to the texts, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) called on the Justice Department to provide him with unredacted versions of some texts between Strzok and Page, one of which said, “the White House is running this.” Grassley noted it’s not exactly clear what matter the text is referring to.
Grassley is seeking a “fully-unredacted copy of the texts, or at the very least, a redaction key providing the legal justification for the Department’s continued refusal to share the requested information with its congressional oversight committee,” according to the senator’s press release.
“In order to see under the redactions, [Senate Judiciary] Committee staff had to travel to main Justice to review a lesser redacted version,” Grassley wrote in the full letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. “When viewing the still redacted portions in context with the unredacted material, it appeared that the redacted portions may contain relevant information relating to the Committee’s ongoing investigation into the manner in which the Department of Justice and FBI handled the Clinton and Russia investigations.”
The FBI declined to comment, and the DOJ did not respond to a request for comment on the developments.