Why didn’t Peter Strzok Warn Donald Trump that the Russians were trying to reach out to his campaign workers and their attempts to interfere in the election? AG Bill Barr would like to know why also. He has set up an investigation to find out why.
Notifying Trump should have been a priority and it would have been for any Democratic candidate, the FBI wasn’t trying to entrap. AG Barr has become the worst nightmare for the Deep State, with multiple investigations ongoing.
The DOJ IG is about to release a report on FBI and DOJ corruption and the rumors are the report will include criminal referrals, mostly related to FISA court fraud.
Counterintelligence chief Peter Strzok was a coordinator for the FBI briefing, which included multiple agencies in August of 2016, just 18 days after Strzok opened “Crossfire Hurricane,” the CI investigation into ‘Trump-Russia.’
Herridge says the FBI never warned Trump about the so-called ‘Russian outreach,’ nor did they warn Trump that two of his aides, General Mike Flynn and George Papadopoulos were under FBI investigation, even though the defensive briefing is designed to warned candidates about national security threats.
Isn’t the FBI supposed to protect American citizens?
Via Fox News:
A mid-August 2016 counterintelligence briefing for the Trump campaign did not specifically warn officials about Russian outreach to the Trump team, nor did it warn that two campaign aides, Mike Flynn and George Papadopoulos, were already under FBI investigation, Fox News has learned.
The new details about the so-called “defensive briefing” have emerged from congressional letters, text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and lawyer Lisa Page, and sources familiar with the matter. Such briefings are designed to warn the candidate and his team about national security threats.
“There was a defensive briefing of candidate Trump on Aug. 17 of 2016,” Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, said Thursday on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom.” “And I can tell you what he wasn’t told: He wasn’t warned about a Russia investigation that Peter Strzok had opened 18 days earlier.”