Breaking Bombshell: Brand New Strzok Notes In Flynn Case…This Is Huge
(Tea Party 247) – In the latest plot twist in the never-ending quest to bring Deep State coup plotters to justice, the Department of Justice has disclosed that they’ve located brand new notes from notorious former FBI agent, Peter Strzok, in the shame investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Strzok, one part of the “FBI lovebirds” who texted about an “insurance plan” to undermine a Trump presidency were Hillary Clinton to fail to win the 2016 election, was the lead agent in the Russia collusion investigation.
Which was, of course, the insurance plan he and his lover, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, discussed.
Just the News reports:
Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin informed U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan of the discovery in a midday court filing, revealing the single page of notes were believed to have been taken by Strzok during the critical juncture of early January 2017 when FBI agents recommended shutting down their investigation of Flynn only to be overruled by FBI superiors.
“This page of notes was taken by former Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok. While the page itself is undated; we believe that the notes were taken in early January 2017, possibly between January 3 and January 5,” Sherwin wrote in the motion. The prosecutor said it was possible more documents may be produced to the court.
The page of notes were not made public with the filing because they are currently subject to a protective order.
According to a source directly familiar with this bombshell discovery who spoke with Just the News, the notes include a paragraph believed to be taken around January 4, 2017, which is the date that Strzok conveyed a request from FBI leadership to the lead agent in Flynn’s case asking him not to shut down the investigation, as had been planned.
These notes are “highly exculpatory,” according to the source.
They declined to describe them any further as they are under seal.
Earlier this year, released documents revealed that the FBI agent in charge of the Flynn case had determined there was “no derogatory” information found in the course of the five-month investigation into Flynn.
The agent recommended shutting down the probe, which had examined the possibility that Flynn had engaged in a criminal act or counterintelligence threat.
Strzok, however, relayed a message from the “7th floor” leadership at the bureau to delay closing the investigation.
This led to the highly controversial decision to seek an interview with Flynn, which would go on to result in criminal charges and him agreeing to a plea deal, which he and his legal team would go on to withdraw.
Flynn has now asked that his conviction be reversed and the DOJ sided with him.
Judge Sullivan, who is throwing a fit, is refusing to drop the case.