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It Wasn’t Just ONE Phone Wiped By Mueller’s Team….New Reports Say It Was 12-to-29 Phones!


Ok folks, fair warning in advance.

I’m PISSED and so if you don’t like bad language just leave now.




Are you kidding me?

No seriously, is this a joke?

Some kind of satire article from the Babylon Bee?

Because surely I didn’t see this nonsense reported by Fox News and multiple Senators, did I?

FOLKS…..this is where I draw the line.

This is it.

THIS is how stupid they think we are!

This is how brazen they have become.

Or sloppy.  

They really think they can wipe 29 Phones before the DOJ Investigation and then just claim “oopsie, my phone got wiped because I forgot my passord…..Yeah, all 29 of us.  That’s what happeend to ALL TWENTY FUCKING NINE of us!”

Is anyone buying this story?

Paging Bill Barr!

Memo to Bill Barr….you either prosecute this to the fullest extent of the law, or you are a fraud!

End of the line.

Line in the sand.

That’s it, this is the dividing line right here.  

Do we have a justice system or don’t we?

You think it was bad when Hillary Clinton used bleach bit to destroy her server?

Now imagine it 29 times!

Just take a a look, even Members of Congress are totally stunned by how brazen this is:

Here are more details, from Fox News:

The Obama administration's Justice Department "got caught" after newly released records show dozens of cell phones from then-Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team were "accidentally wiped" during the Russia investigation, Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., said Saturday.

"This shows you why you have to investigate the investigators," the Senate Judiciary Committee member told "Fox & Friends Weekend."

"They got caught and now they are trying to execute a cover-up that nobody ever could have made this up," she added.

GOP senators call for probe of Mueller team phonesVideo
The records show at least several dozen phones were wiped of information because of forgotten passcodes, irreparable screen damage, loss of the device, intentional deletion or other reasons -- before the DOJ’s Office of Inspector General could examine the devices.

"People are saying this is so implausible," Blackburn said. "How do you have 29 phones were 29 people forget their passwords? This is just ridiculous."

Blackburn said she discussed the report with Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., recently at a GOP dinner in Williamson, Tenn.

"This just does not happen," she said, "And then (former FBI lawyer) Lisa Page's phone goes missing, and they can't locate it."

"They got caught," she said. "They were trying to use the FBI, the Department of Justice -- and remember that was the Obama Department of Justice -- to investigate a candidate, a private citizen running for president, then investigate his transition."

And now President Trump himself has commented....

Bill Barr....if you flub this one, you're fired!  

Any first year law school student could prosecute this case.  Blindfolded and distracted.  

Any NON-LAWYER could prosecute this case!  

Fox News had more to share here:

Congressional Republicans demanded answers on Friday as to whether there “was a widespread intentional effort” to wipe the mobile devices of multiple people on former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team during the Russia probe, and suggested this could amount to "anticipatory obstruction of justice."

President Trump weighed in on the matter Saturday morning. "ALERT: So now we find out that the entire Mueller “hit squad” illegally wiped their phones clean just prior to the investigation of them, all using the same really dumb reason for this 'accident,'" Trump wrote on Twitter. "Just like Crooked Hillary smashing her phones with a hammer, & DELETING HER EMAILS!"

"How different my life would have been if this fraud on America was never committed!!!" he said.

"All that time and money spent, and it turns out that the Mueller Investigation was a total SCAM!" Trump later added.

The calls come after newly released records from the Justice Department showed that at least several dozen phones belonging to members of Mueller’s team were wiped of information because of forgotten passcodes, irreparable screen damage, loss of the device, intentional deletion or other reasons—all before the Justice Department inspector general’s office could review the devices.

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, penned a letter to Attorney General Bill Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray on Friday, pressing for details on what actions were taken to recover material deleted from the mobile devices assigned to Mueller’s team.

“It appears that Special Counsel Mueller’s team may have deleted federal records that could be key to better understanding their decision-making process as they pursued their investigation and wrote their report,” Grassley wrote. “Indeed, many officials apparently deleted the records after the DOJ Inspector General began his inquiry into how the Department mishandled Crossfire Hurricane.”

Grassley wrote that “based on this new information, the number of times and the stated reasons for the deletions calls into question whether or not it was a widespread intentional effort.”

Grassley first raised concerns about the Mueller team's use of text messages in 2017, after the Justice Department inspector general discovered that texts sent by former FBI agent and member of Mueller’s office Peter Strzok were politically charged.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., on Friday also demanded answers, telling Fox News he was “outraged by it.”

“I’m not a lawyer, but I am aware of the concept of anticipatory obstruction of justice,” Johnson told Fox News in a text message, saying the action of “accidentally wiping a phone because you entered the wrong password too many times” makes him “HIGHLY skeptical,” and a dozen people making “the same mistake is COMPLETELY unbelievable.”

“This needs to be fully investigated,” he said, adding that he has requested a phone call with Wray on Friday to discuss.

Johnson also sent a letter to Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz requesting a probe over the issue.



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