[VIDEO] The long-awaited IG report from Michael Horowitz is now public and is still being digested for contents. The conclusions that were made about the report by IG Horowitz do not line up well with what his investigation uncovered. It is like he found all these relevant issues with the agents and lawyers conducting the Hillary Clinton email and server investigation and tries to white-wash it. Not everyone agrees with those conclusions. Here are 7 items to consider.
As Written and Reported By Gregg Re for Fox News:
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s bombshell report on DOJ and FBI actions during the Hillary Clinton email probe takes particular aim at key figures who, until now, have mostly escaped official censure for their conduct while in office.
The DOJ watchdog reviewed a variety of critical decisions over the course of the investigation — including how authorities conducted the summer 2016 interview with Clinton, and why top FBI and DOJ officials with political connections didn’t immediately recuse themselves from the probe.
Horowtiz’s report also outlines new information concerning apparent bias at the FBI and DOJ that he says undermines the public trust in each agency.
1. New texts between FBI lovers Strzok and Page were ‘disappointing’ and cast a shadow over the integrity of the entire Clinton email probe
A slew of anti-Trump text messages between special counsel Lisa Page and FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok damaged the integrity of the entire Clinton email probe, Horowitz writes.
The report unearths striking new messages between the pair that were sent and received on government devices, including one in which Strzok vows to “stop” Trump from being elected just months before the presidential election.
On Aug. 8, 2016, the IG found, Page asked Strzok “[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” and Strzok replied “No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it.”
While Horowitz noted that there is no available evidence that political considerations directly impacted investigative decisions in the Clinton probe, and that Strzok was not the “sole” decision maker on any key investigative actions, he concluded the officials’ behavior …….
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