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Lindsay Graham Destroys FBI's Strzok on Investigation into Clinton
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Senator Lindsey Graham (R- SC) on Monday directly challenged the Justice Department inspector general's conclusion that there was no "documentary evidence" to prove that political bias affected the federal investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
"I'm not buying that the Clinton email investigation was on the up and up," Graham told DOJ I.G. Michael Horowitz during his appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
From PJ Media:
Graham, like other Republicans, focused on the contents of an Aug. 8, 2016, exchange of texts between FBI lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, in which Strzok, the lead investigator in the Clinton probe, had indicated that he could prevent then-candidate Donald Trump from getting elected.
“We’ll stop it,” Strzok had told Page.
"I don't know how you feel about that -- that's pretty unnerving," the senator noted, pointing out that just a week later, they were texting about an "insurance policy" following a meeting in "Andy's office" to stop Trump.
"There is nothing here that is normal, folks," Graham lamented.
The senator also suggested that the FBI's decision to have two agents and two prosecutors in the room when Clinton was interviewed also appeared to be a political decision.
WIBC host Tony Katz discussed the exchange and played the explosive audio for his listeners on Tuesday. Click below to hear it for yourself: