BOMBSHELL: Strzok Admits FBI Let Him Decide Which Texts to Hand Over

The DOJ Inspector General and Strzok arranged an”agreement” which permitted him to identify what he thought would be relevant to the investigation…

BOMBSHELL: Strzok Admits FBI Let Him Decide Which Texts to Hand Over to DOJ

Peter Strzok & Lisa Page (screen shot: CNN/Youtube)

(Breitbart) FBI agent Peter Strzok testified Thursday before the U.S. House that the Office of the Inspector General allowed him to decide which of his text messages with former FBI lawyer Lisa Page he would turn over to investigators — and which he would withhold.

The text messages are central to the question over whether the FBI was motivated by political bias in recommending against the prosecution of Hillary Clinton, and pursuing as-yet-unproven claims of Russian collusion with President Donald Trump.

In one text message, Strzok vowed to Page that the FBI would “stop” Trump from becoming president. Other text messages discussed impeaching Trump. On several occasions, Strzok disparaged Trump supporters…

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Strzok admitted to House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) that he had not, in fact, turned over all of his text messages to the Inspector General, and that he had been allowed to determine which ones had “material that was relevant to FBI business”:

Rep. Goodlatte: Now, you and Ms. Page used personal phones and accounts to communicate. Have you turned over those communications to the Inspector General?

Strzok: No, sir.

Rep. Goodlatte: If not, why not?

Strzok: Sir, they asked, and working with my attorney, the Inspector General and I arranged an agreement where I would go through my personal accounts and identify any material that was relevant to FBI business and turn it over. It was reviewed. There was none. And my understanding the inspector general was satisfied with that action…

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