Thanks to conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, we now have even deeper insight into the sinister “insurance” plan against President Trump.
Judicial Watch uncovered new emails that show anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok was adamant that he keep his super high clearance level while working on the Mueller probe, which he was later fired from after salacious anti-Trump text message between him and his mistress were discovered.
Of course, Mueller allowed the clearance level.
Was it to give one of the most politicized, unprofessional anti-Trump Deep State operatives the ability to carry out his “insurance plan.”
From Judicial Watch
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 14 pages of FBI documents concerning the assignment of former FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s operation, showing that Strzok insisted on retaining his FBI security clearance before moving to the Mueller team and confirming that Strzok played a pivotal role in the flawed Hillary Clinton email investigation.
The records were received in response to a December 2017 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit that was filed after the FBI failed to respond to an August 17, 2017, FOIA request (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Federal Bureau of Investigation (No. 1:17-cv-02682)). Judicial Watch seeks:
- All records regarding the assignment of FBI Supervisor Peter Strzok to the special counsel’s investigation led by former Director Robert Mueller.
- All records related to the reassignment of FBI Supervisor Peter Strzok from the special counsel’s investigation to another position within the FBI.
- This request includes, but is not limited to, any and all forms SF-50 and/or SF-52, as well as any and all related records of communication between any official, employee, or representative of the FBI and any other individual or entity.
A series of emails reveal Strzok’s insistence that he retain all the authorities he held as a deputy assistant director (DAD) in the counterintelligence division (CD), including his security clearance, after his reassignment to the special counsel’s office