Incompetence or coverup?
Jan 23, 2018
In 2016 the FBI mistakenly sent Hillary’s laptop computer out in the mail. No one seems to know who they sent it to. Perhaps it was lost in the mail? No such address? Maybe it was sent to Hillary herself?
Hillary’s emails had been wiped out, they said, but not the hard drive on the computer. So it seems that they felt it was necessary to “lose” the computer. It is not clear if anyone was held accountable for the mistake—certainly not the FBI director.
More recently, the Justice Department “lost” five months worth of text messages from Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. They apologized to the Senate committee last Friday for not being able to comply with their request to study those text messages.
“The disclosure was made Friday in a letter sent by the Justice Department to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee (HSGAC).”
What? They lost text messages from just two people, but no one else? That must have taken quite a bit of work.
Will their IT manager be fired for this? Will the Senate committee put him or her on the stand and make him/her swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth on penalty of perjury?
What will happen when the NSA tells the Senate committee that they have copies of all of these lost text messages? After all, the Patriot Act gave them the power to spy on everyone, including Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Just give it a little more time. Heads will roll. This coverup will not stand.
As “Q” says so often, “These people are STUPID.”