A new report is shedding more light on the biased circus known as the Clinton email investigation.
Of the over 700,000 Clinton emails found on Anthony Wieners laptop, disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok “hand-picked” 3,000 to “spot check.”
Afterward, the FBI then gave the “all clear,” and we never heard about Weiner’s emails again.
That sounds legitimate, right?
On Nov. 5, Moyer, Strzok and a third investigator divided up the remaining pool of 3,077 emails — roughly 1,000 emails each — and rifled through them for classified information and incriminating evidence in less than 12 hours, even though the identification of classified material is a complicated and prolonged process that requires soliciting input from the original classification authorities within the intelligence community.
“We’re doing it ALL,” Strzok told Page late that evening.
The trio ordered pizza and worked into the next morning combing through the emails.
“Finishing up,” Strzok texted Page around 1 a.m. that Sunday.
By about 2 a.m. Sunday, he declared they were done with their search, noting that while they had found new State Department messages, they had found “no new classified” emails. And allegedly nothing from the missing period at the start of Clinton’s term that might suggest a criminal motive.