Remind you of a certain someone?
Crooked Hillary. I’ll never forget when Hillary deleted almost 30,000 emails, and completely destroyed ALL her digital devices in an effort to wipe the slate clean.
Well, these new reports are eerily similar to what Hillary did by destroying all those devices and deleting all those emails.
Trending: Was There a Mole Inside Mar-a-Lago?
Where are the roughly 60% of phones which mysteriously vanished?
Are any of these phones responsible for any leaks?
These are the questions GOP Reps want the answers to, and I am pretty sure we ALL want answers to these questions.
I also want to take this time to point out that The DOJ is constantly on the news. We are constantly talking about them because of the blatant corruption, lies, and partisanship The DOJ shows time and time again.
Could it be time to do away with The DOJ?
Do we really need an agency which claims it is the watchdog of justice, but does everything in its power to be the sword of the deep state?
I’ll let you answer that one for yourself.
Here is what we currently know:
This is supposed to be America!
Obviously we need more oversight, a review of the Patriot Act to strip its unchecked authority and less partisan bickering!
This cannot stand!https://t.co/qfywP5IZEx
— AMERICAN PATRIOT (@Herb92I) July 15, 2021
I'm sure they're destroyed just like they instructed Hillary to destroy all electronic devices Current DOJ doesn't even bother to hide their corruption
59 of 96 phones assigned to Mueller probe missing; GOP senators demand answers from DOJ https://t.co/iiCZ7nzV0B via @JustTheNews
— Deb D 🙏🙏🙏🇺🇲 (@DebOnceasinger) July 15, 2021
Senators Grassley and Johnson ask where these phones are via Just The News:
That report showed that in June 2019, the DOJ took possession of 79 of 96 phones that belonged to members of Muller’s team to be reviewed for official records. The records included notes and text messages, which were then sent to DOJ or FBI email systems for preservation. However, not all the phones were subject to record preservation.
The two lawmakers are now following up with requests for further information including:
the names of SCO employees whose cell phones were not reviewed for official records
what, if any, actions are being taken by the DOJ to recover the 59 phones the department has been unable to locate
whether the DOJ reviewed the phones to ascertain “whether they were used to leak sensitive or classified information.”
59 of the 96 phones used by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team are missing. The lack & level of their impropriety is stunning.
Grassley and Johnson Request More Information from Justice Department about Special Counsel Mueller Team’s Missing Phones https://t.co/zgIg9cKdZW
— Brody the Chief II (@PCondlin) July 15, 2021
59 of 96 phones assigned to Mueller probe missing; GOP senators demand answers from DOJ
We work for the gov't and we are totally unaccountable for our actions!
— tim c (@timcofga) July 15, 2021
Here is the press release, and letter sent featured on Chuck Grassley’s website:
Dear Attorney General Garland:
In September 2020 we wrote to the Department of Justice and its Office of the Inspector General (DOJ OIG) regarding allegations that cell phones assigned to “multiple people on then-Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team were ‘wiped’ for various reasons during [the Russia investigation].” Based on the OIG’s May 11, 2021 response, we understand that the Department’s Justice Management Division (JMD) provided the OIG with information relating to the Special Counsel’s Office (SCO) cell phone records. JMD informed the OIG that 96 phones were assigned to the SCO and JMD currently cannot account for the location of 59 SCO phones.
Specifically, shortly after the SCO’s closure, in June 2019, JMD took possession of 79 of 96 phones in an official property transfer from the SCO. Of those, it appears that 74 SCO phones were reviewed for official records and these records, including notes and text messages, were sent to DOJ or FBI email systems for preservation. Thus, not all the phones were subject to record preservation.