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The IG report poisoned Mueller’s investigation?
Clinton email probe, shows a pattern of anti-Trump bias of high-level FBI officials.
A group of nine house Republican legislators have signed a letter of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the names of all the “past and present” worked on Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia is investigation.
The legislators say they are disturbed by the first appointments to the probe of agents and attorneys with an anti-Trump bias. Your letter expressly references agent Peter Strzok, lawyer Lisa page and attorney Kevin Clinesmith.
“We know that these prejudices were shared among several people in the FBI and could not simply say to Mr Müller, with simple security check,” the letter. To affect “these individuals should not be given the opportunity, this special counsel investigation, directly or indirectly.”
THE REPUBLICANS REQUIRE, OF THE NAMES OF THE ANTI-TRUMP THE FBI-EMPLOYEES OF BOMBSHELL IG REPORT
The letter adds that the lawmakers are worried that “it may be more politically biased investigator” work, Müller’s team.
Republicans have said they believe Clinesmith is the lawyer identified in the DOJ inspector General Michael E. Horowitz report on the Hillary Clinton E-Mail inquiry as a “lawyer 2.” The Horowitz report released earlier this month, includes news, the “lawyer 2” whine Trump choice as well as an Epistle reading, “viva le resistance.”
Strzok and page were informed of the Müller-examination in the last year, according to Horowitz ‘ office Mueller about their anti-Trump-messages. “Attorney 2,” are to be believed Clinesmith, was commissioned the primary FBI lawyer Mueller investigation, but left the probe in February of this year.
“The Congress, the constitutional supervision gives us the responsibility to know … whether other members of Mr. Miller’s team harbor conflicts of political bias and interest,” the letter concludes. “These researchers are jeopardizing our ability to maintain the justice.”
The letter is signed by Reps. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz.; Scott DesJarlais, R-Tenn.; Jeff Duncan, R-S. C.; Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., Paul Gosar, R-Ariz.; Andy Harris, R-Md.; Jody Hice, R-Ga., Scott Perry, R-Pa.; and Ralph Norman, R-S. C.