When former FBI Director Robert Mueller was assigned to investigate Russian Collusion in regards to the 2016 election he decided it was best to put a group of Trump-hating Democrats together who had all voted for Hillary. As grotesquely partisan as Mueller’s two year, $25 million Russia witch hunt was, no one could have imagined that Mueller’s 27 angry Democrats would conceal and destroy evidence that pointed to collusion by members of the Obama-Biden administration.
“I’ll say it again: a lawyer in private practice who did this would go to the court hearing the irate federal judge called on 4 hours’ notice, knowing that sanctions, a bar referral, & criminal investigation would follow,” GOP official and attorney Harmeet K. Dhillon reportedly tweeted. “But these ‘highly reputed prosecutors’ are above the law?”
Dhillon said this after it was revealed by the DOJ that Mueller’s team “accidentally” deleted information on as many as 27 government-issued phones to conceal notes and data they had gathered during their Russian collusion investigation. They wiped clean the phones when the DOJ asked for all of their notes/evidence gathered.
“The newly released DOJ records from the (Office of Inspector General) investigation of corruption during the Mueller probe shows that a key tactic used by the Mueller team was to put the phones in airplane mode, lock them, and then claim they didn’t have the password,” The Federalist co-founder Sean Davis tweeted.
These are the same Democrats that initially tried to avoid looking at the text messages of disgraced FBI officials James Comey, Andrew McCabe, and Peter Strzok by falsely stating the data was lost. Thousands of electronic messages were easily retrieved after the matter was taken out of team Mueller’s hands. Those messages pulled back the veil about Deep State operatives working to spy on the Trump Campaign officials and undermine the current administration.
Any viable excuse that Mueller and his co-conspirators had for evidence tampering went out the window when it was revealed that the Special Counsel misled the country about the phone of a central figure in the Deep State coup attempt — DOJ lawyer Lisa Page.
Page, while carrying on an extra-marital affair with fired FBI agent Strzok, routinely texted about “stopping” Trump and having an “insurance policy” to impeach him should he win the White House. Mueller’s team went on the record conveniently claiming her government-issued phone had gone AWOL. Nothing could be further from the truth. Recently obtained records indicate Page turned in her government phone and laptop.
“I have her phone and laptop,” an official with the initials LFW wrote in a July 17, 2017 email to DOJ Office of the Chief Information Officer Christopher Greer.
The receipt was signed by a property custodian officer whose name has been redacted from records. They were wiped clean only two weeks later by an unknown actor and declared missing by Mueller’s Angry Democrats. Records concerning the possession of Page’s devices were then withheld from the Office of Inspector General. Investigators at the time noted in their reports “phone not found.”
“Indeed, many officials apparently deleted the records after the DOJ Inspector General began his inquiry into how the Department mishandled Crossfire Hurricane,” Sen. Chuck Grassley reportedly said.
A pattern has emerged that Mueller’s team appears to have deliberately mishandled, concealed, and deleted critical evidence in an effort to obstruct fact-finding probes into the unethical and potentially illegal activities of Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page, and others. These devices may have held telling information that further implicates Joe Biden, who put forward the idea of entrapping National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.
“Action must be taken,” Pres. Trump tweeted about the breaking news.