Rep Jim Jordan Tells Dir Wray – FBI Targeted Americans For Obama, Clinton Campaign

Rep Jim Jordan is convinced FBI Director Wray is hiding criminal activity by the FBI to help Hillary Clinton win the 2016 election. He sees Peter Strzok taking a false document to

By Rick Wells

It’s important to remember, as Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) quizzes FBI Director Christopher Wray and he is obviously evasive and obstructive in his responses, that Wray is a crony of Mueller, Comey and Rosenstein who should never have been nominated in the first place.

It’s important to remember, as Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) quizzes FBI Director Christopher Wray and he is obviously evasive and obstructive in his responses, that Wray is a crony of Mueller, Comey and Rosenstein who should never have been nominated in the first place.

Aside from Hillary Clinton, he was probably the worst choice possible for FBI Director, yet for some unexplained reason, just as with putting an open borders globalist in charge of DHS, in Kirstjen Nielsen, President Trump seems to have been given orders by the shadow government, as to who gets what job.

Rep Jordan asks direct questions about Peter Strzok and his various roles in different FBI investigations, noting that he was a key player in the Clinton investigation, had interviewed Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, participated in Hillary Clinton’s interview and who changed the language in Comey’s Clinton exoneration statement from gross negligence to extreme carelessness.

Given those involvements, Wray claims partial ignorance but admits to knowing that Strzok was involved in the Clinton email “investigation.”

Jordan continues, asking if it is the same Peter Strzok who was a key player in the Russia “investigation,” who was added to Robert Mueller’s team. Wray agreed Strzok was on Mueller’s “team,” but declined to say whether or not he was a key player.

Jordan asks if it’s the same guy who was removed from the Mueller team for exchanging text messages that indicated a political bias, to which Wray replies in the affirmative. Jordan gets to the point, saying, “Well here’s what I’m not getting. Peter Strzok is selected to be on Mueller’s team, after all of this history, put on Mueller’s team, and then he’s removed for some pro-Clinton text messages.”

Jordan says, “I mean there are all kinds of people on Mueller’s team that are pro-Clinton.” He notes that the departure of Strzok is unique, saying, “If he kicked everybody off of Mueller’s team who was anti-Trump I don’t think there’d be anybody left.”

“So there’s got to be something more here,” says Jordan. “My hunch is it has something to do with the dossier.” He then attempts to find out if Strzok was involved in the production and presentation of the application to the FISA court “to secure a warrant to spy on Americans associated with the Trump campaign.”   [[VIDEO BELOW]]

Wray at that point refuses to answer the question, falling on the typical “in this setting” defense when it is a public hearing. Jordan says he’s not asking for information about the FISA process, just whether or not Strzok was involved in preparing and taking the application to the court.

Once again the obstructionist Wray does what he was put into place to do, refusing to answer an incriminating question about one of the corrupt FBI officials.  Jordan clearly expected this stonewalling and moves on to give a background of the history of the dossier for the record and for the folks at home.

He notes the conspiracy between the Clinton campaign, the DNC, Fusion GPS, Christopher Steele and Russian intelligence operatives to prepare a “fake news, National Enquirer garbage” dossier. He says, “It’s been reported that this dossier was all dressed up by the FBI, taken to the FISA court, and presented as a legitimate intelligence document, that it became the basis for a warrant to spy on Americans.”

Jordan says he wonders if that’s what took place, noting that “It sure looks like it did,” and that “the easiest way to clear it up is for Wray and the boys to tell the truth about what was in the application and who took it there.”

Wray again obstructs, saying that his staffs have been having extensive interaction with both intelligence committees and that’s the proper setting. It’s not that they’ve been answering the questions, but refusing to answer questions is still interaction. Refusing multiple times to answer can be labeled “extensive.”

Jordan explains his theory about the collusion between the FBI and the Clinton campaign to work against the opposition candidate, saying, “That’s as wrong as it gets” and demanding that people be held accountable.

The clock runs out on Jordan and Wray is temporarily saved by the bell. But he’s as dirty as those who were active players during the campaign, as is AG Jeff Sessions, in the present cover up. They can run, but they’re not going to be able to hide. The spotlight is now turning to them.

It’s possible to fry big fish, you just need a bigger pan and a hotter flame; and they do take longer to cook.

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