Special counsel Robert Mueller is used to living a privileged existence in Washington, DC, but that’s all about to come crashing down. A federal judge just issued a shocking order against Mueller, and he is stunned.
Judicial Watch reports Judge Christopher R. Cooper agreed with them that “the FBI did not adequately search for records related to the removal and reassignment of Peter Strzok.” Now the FBI must conduct a deeper search and turn over additional records.
Strzok served as a key player on special counsel Robert Mueller’s witch hunt until his firing in August of 2018 over anti-Trump text messages that were exchanged between him and former FBI lawyer, Lisa Page, with whom he was having an affair.
In one text, Page asked Strzok if he thought Trump would ever become president. Strzok emphatically replied, “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it.” The FBI saw fit to relieve Strzok of his duties after these text messages were exposed.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton released a statement, saying, “The court rightly slammed the FBI for its gamesmanship in searching for records about one of the most notorious FBI agents of all time – Peter Strzok.”
“The FBI leadership is in cover-up mode on its abuses targeting President Trump and we’re pleased a federal court pushed back on this stonewall,” Fitton concluded.
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