Oh Lordy – Senator Johnson Outlines Scope of FBI Officials Sculpting Clinton Exoneration Statement for Comey

CT: Senator Ron Johnson sends a letter to current FBI Director Christopher Wray questioning the surrounding investigative details about how the James Comey (July 5th, 2016) exoneration manuscript was changed and sculpted. (Full pdf below)

Within the letter Senator Johnson shares the changes that were made to the manuscript, and asks Wray if FBI officials are aware of who made the changes and why.  Prior revelations from within an ongoing IG report showed FBI Counterintelligence Agent Peter Strzok participating in both the investigation of Hillary Clinton, and changing some of the manuscript to shape the narrative away from criminal conduct and toward Clinton’s favor.

Earlier information showed, via text messages with FBI lawyer Lisa Page, the scope of FBI Agent Strzok’s partisan efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election due to his personal political bias.  Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe appeared to be coordinating together on the Clinton investigation toward a united outcome.  Director James Comey delivered that outcome to the American electorate.

Essentially today Senator Johnson is asking current FBI Director Wray if he is aware of any further FBI officials that would have also participated in this coordinated effort; and what measures Director Wray is taking to look into the ‘matter’:  more

22 Comments on Oh Lordy – Senator Johnson Outlines Scope of FBI Officials Sculpting Clinton Exoneration Statement for Comey

  1. I will be greatlt heartened the moment I see a SMIDGEN of movement of Jeff Sessions’ ass in the direction of DOING anything about this.

    Even pro-jaw-flapper GOWDY can investigate investigate investigate without actually coming up with actionable items…much less taking action on said items.

    When the Justice/Court system fails (through either action or inaction), there is one recourse left to Americans.

    Soap box (speech)
    Ballot Box (voting)
    Jury Box (justice)
    Ammo Box (war)




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  2. Shouldn’t this cause a need for more orange jumpsuits and extra k-y (leo’s going to jail?) issued at the bail hearings?




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  3. What they said^^ Enough TALK, let’s see some ACTION! If the “leaders” in DC won’t do it, we need to do it for them in the 2018 primaries.




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  4. “Strzok”. That sounds Russian. Are you sure spellcheck didn’t just change “Pyotr” to “Peter”? Because humans are stoopid, and servers are smaht.




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  5. The ultimate outcome will not see heads rolling nor entrails oozing, but I believe we will see just the tiniest bit of justice. If I am completely wrong then we must employ the noose. Either leap into action or we shut the kcuf up and quit bitching.




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  6. TO Crackerbaby

    The idea seems to be “start low” and squeeze them to rat out on the higher ups.

    BUT FIRST the DoJ needs to start to SH!T, not just sit on the pot, as it has for a full year.




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  7. ORGANIZED A COUP IN WRITING

    They plotted and planned to take down Trump in the event that he won.

    Then they exonerated Hillary in the process.

    The FBI are more corrupt than the people they investigate. I wonder how their testimony will play out in courtrooms across America, knowing they cannot be trusted.




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  8. Hopefully, the Collusion Delusion is about to be replaced by the Oh Lordy List of Indicted Co-Conspirators! I’ll bet Comey’s autobiography just got another, closer review by his editors. Lordy!




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  9. Chris Wray’s answers to the oversight committee were especially frustrating because he made it into a game of cat and mouse. His pat response to every inquiry was that the OIG would make their findings. I expected him, as the new FBI head, to at least make some kind of noise about cleaning up his own agency and not sit passively awaiting the findings of the OIG. This is too much like “The FBI takes care of its own” — closing ranks behind the cloak of fraternal tradition.




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  10. Oh Lordy! The Senator wants to know if any of the distinguished, unusual suspects in the FBI, were guilty of “fraud, misfeasance, malfeasance, collusion, mismanagement, incompetence, corruption, or unethical practices” when they cleared President Elect Hillary Rodham Clinton of all those same things. Hell, Kid, don’t sugarcoat it! Charge them with treason.




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  11. @Mithrandir December 15, 2017 at 10:14 am

    “Trusted”? By whom? Trusted by the loyal Americans who kneel to be shot? Who (as opposed to “what”) cares of its “concerns”? Trusted by the team’s equipment managers, who’ve already told you that whatever claim is made is simply to be entered into the “public” record?

    Being told by the things you call “your enemy” that they don’t feel comfortable around you, really is the point.




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  12. @AbigailAdams December 15, 2017 at 10:58 am

    “This is too much like“? So you’re calling government corruption fake news?




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