Judicial Watch obtains emails on Strzok Security Clearance: Mueller Probe got Secret Access

Written by: Jack Bibiano  –  Twitter: @LibertyDragon1  – Facebook: Juan Bibiano

          Newly-obtained emails by the Government watchdog group Judicial Watch reveals that Peter Strzok requested to keep his security clearance when moving from the FBI to the Mueller Team. This is important because it allowed the Mueller investigation special access to target Trump.

          Strzok wouldn’t have asked for it if he didn’t think it would have been useful in his new job. This clearance was something that he had to get approval from his supervisor for. He wanted the ability to send national security letters, which are secret requests for classified information. Strzok also requested to keep the ability to classify documents, which is highly unusual. He called it an “essential” power.

          It seems like Strzok may have been put on the team for the sole purpose of giving the team a security clearance that would have otherwise not been granted. This allowed the Mueller probe the ability to classify documents and also get access to classified documents.

          Peter Strzok was removed from the Mueller investigation when text messages from Strzok began to come out. Mueller didn’t say anything about it for four months. Then, Strzok was walked out of the FBI building after the IG report showed even more signs of bias. The Mueller probe has been completely compromised as if it was ever legitimate from the beginning.

          Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, has called these newly-released emails a “smoking gun” and said that the bias shown is undeniable.

          With even more evidence in his favor, President Trump continued his barrage against the deep state on Twitter.