Newly released testimony from ousted FBI agent Peter Strzok reveals that the FBI “did not have access” to Clinton Foundation emails on her secret private server because of a deal “negotiated between the Department of Justice attorneys and counsel for Clinton.” Specifically, he revealed that he didn’t know if Clinton Foundation emails existed on the server because Hillary’s lawyers and the DOJ inked a deal preventing investigators from searching Clinton Foundation emails in the course of their investigation of the mishandling of classified information. In other words, incriminating information was not subject to investigation. Contrast that with the FBI’s investigation of virtually anything and anyone associated with Donald Trump.
Here’s more from Washington Examiner…
Fired FBI agent Peter Strzok told Congress last year that the agency “did not have access” to Clinton Foundation emails that were on Hillary Clinton’s private server because of a consent agreement “negotiated between the Department of Justice attorneys and counsel for Clinton.”
That agreement was revealed in newly released congressional transcripts from Strzok’s closed-door testimony at the House Judiciary Committee on June 27, 2018.
When asked by then-majority general counsel Zachary Somers if “the Clinton Foundation was on the server”, Strzok testified that he believed it was “on one of the servers, if not the others.” But Strzok stressed that due to an agreement between the DOJ and Clinton, they were not allowed to search Clinton Foundation emails for information that could help in their investigation.