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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 James Comey testified that 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.
The recently unredacted portion of the House Intel report also revealed that 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.
It’s pretty obvious that Comey and McCabe got together and decided they wanted to frame Flynn because 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. The agent that he wants to interview is the agent who went to the Inspector General and complained about the conduct of Strzok and McCabe.
originally posted by: Moresby
originally posted by: Allaroundyou
a reply to: carewemust
I would imagine after serving 33 years in the armed services and then becoming the national security adviser you would have these said connections.
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