A report just came out that has the witch-hunters who conspired with Grand Inquisitor Robert Mueller totally freaking out. Fresh new details just emerged about the way ranking officials handled their cell phones. When investigators demanded key Obamagate conspirators to hand over their rap-rods, what they got were a bunch of bricks.
Report suggests coordinated cover-up
Either Andrew Weismann, Lisa Page and other Justice Department bigwigs are total idiots, or they’re hiding incriminating evidence, maybe even both. Conservative Journalist Sean Davis of the Federalist got his hands on some extremely disturbing government records.
His report relates that high powered officials in Barack Obama’s FBI and DOJ had a selective problem “remembering” the passwords for their phones. It’s a lot more likely that the records expose a coordinated conspiracy to hide incriminating evidence.
As Davis revealed, “newly released DOJ records show that multiple top members of Mueller’s investigative team claimed to have ‘accidentally wiped’ at least 15 (!) phones used during the anti-Trump investigation after the DOJ OIG asked for the devices to be handed over.” The report notes the DOJ doesn’t give very good explanations.
It appears from the report that there are two different methods favored by the Federal Bureau of Instigation and the Department of Injustice for rendering a cell phone useless to investigators.
Both seem to be equally effective. Method number one, preferred by Andrew Weismann, Greg Andre, Kyle Freeny, Rush Atkinson and “at least 12 other officials who’s names are redacted,” is to put the device in “airplane mode,” then “nuke” it by entering the wrong password three times in a row.
Lisa Page and “other officials, whose names are redacted,” went with method number two. They all “claim to have unintentionally restored their phone to its factory settings, deleting all records of communication.”
There were ‘several dozen’ phones wiped ‘accidentally’
It wasn’t just one or two phones that were rendered useless to investigators, by the people who investigate phones for a living. “The records show at least several dozen phones were wiped,” one Fox report notes. Besides forgotten passwords, excuses included “irreparable screen damage, loss of the device, intentional deletion or other reasons.” More were destroyed than functioning when the IG got to take a look at them.
Michael Horowitz wasn’t very bothered by what he found. His report barely slapped the criminals on the wrist. “The OIG opened an investigation into possible bias in the origins of the Russia Investigation, but determined that the FBI complied with policies in launching the politically explosive probe.”
Other experts including Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham are convinced that Horowitz was out of his mind when he let the rats off with nothing but warnings. The pair launched a “a full-scale administrative review over what happened, which quickly turned into a criminal investigation after he reportedly uncovered evidence of misconduct.” It’s expected to bear fruit any day now.
As Sean Davis pointed out in his scathing report, the odds against so many useless phones are astronomical. It’s like hitting the lotto while getting hit by lightning as Yellowstone erupts. “What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all ‘accidentally’ nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and ‘forgetting’ their passwords so the DOJ OIG couldn’t access and examine them? Negative 100,000%?”