The 3,000 Clinton emails examined from Weiner laptop were hand-picked … by Peter Strzok

The 3,000 Clinton emails examined from Weiner laptop were hand-picked … by Peter Strzok
Peter Strzock (Image via Twitter)

[Ed. – No doubt he selected only the ones dealing with family weddings and grandchildren.]

Hundreds of thousands of emails were found on Weiner’s laptop yet the FBI closed the second investigation after a few days claiming they magically read through all the emails.

Former FBI Director James Comey previously told Congress the FBI examined all 700,000 emails found on Weiner’s laptop — it turns out that the FBI only examined approximately 3,000 out of 700,000 emails.

It gets worse…

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Clinton fixer and Trump hater, Peter Strzok was the FBI agent who actually hand-picked the 3,000 emails from the 700,000 email tranche to be examined.

“Peter Strzok, the disgraced agent who was in charge of this Mid-Year investigation–he actually personally hand-picked the 3,000 email sample and with 2 other investigators and they went through them all supposedly…” Sperry said on FOX News’ Ingraham Angle.

Then Comey lied about it under oath to Congress…

Comey told Congress in a sworn testimony that “thanks to the wizardry of our technology,” the FBI was able to delete the majority of messages as “duplicates” of emails they had already examined. FBI agents then toiled “night after night after night” to examine the remaining emails.

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