Another FBI Agent Helped Derail Clinton Investigation By “Filtering” What Could Be Used

FBI agent Sally Moyer, who was a lawyer on the Hillary investigation had a very important job. She was to determine what in the emails was privileged or not. It would be possible for someone in that position to censor especially incriminating evidence against Hillary.

Congressional investigators are likely to investigate to see if she did or not. It has become a worry because of texta she shared with her lover FBI Agent 5. Moyer was FBI Agent 1. The two were having a romantic relationship and are now married. Their text messages were very pro-Hillary and extremely anti-Trump.

Moyer is the third person who claimed they would turn down an award they weren’t even being considered for. I, therefore, declare that I will not accept the National League MVP award because I would consider it an insult to even be considered. I hope that put that to rest.

From The Daily Mail

On Election Day, Agent 1 texted Moyer, writing: ‘You think HRC is gonna win right? You think we should get nails and some boards in case she doesn’t.’

‘[Hillary] better win,’ replied Moyer. ‘[O]therwise I’m gonna be walking around with both my guns. And likely quitting on the spot.’

Agent 1 responded: ‘You should know…that…I’m…with her,’ a reference to Clinton’s campaign slogan ‘I’m with her.’

‘Screw you trump,’ wrote back Moyer. ‘Go baby, go! Let’s give [Clinton] Virginia!’

After Trump’s election, Moyer complained in a text about having to be on call for the president’s inauguration on December 6, 2016.

‘F**k you Trump,’ she texted Agent 1. Moyer also claimed she would turn down a presidential award for public service due to her disdain for Trump.

‘I think now that trump is the president, i’d refuse it. it would be an insult to even be considered for it,’ she wrote on February 9, 2017.

In addition, the inspector general report found that Agent 1 ‘sent numerous messages that referenced ‘political’ considerations in the context of the [Clinton] investigation.’ In one message, Agent 1 told a colleague that the investigation would probably be completed by March of 2016 because of the timing of the presidential election.

‘Doesnt matter what we have, political winds will want to beat the [primary elections],’ wrote Agent 1 to an unidentified FBI employee.

On May 6, 2016 Agent 1 texted Moyer: ‘pretty bad news today…someone has breathed some political urgency into this [Clinton investigation].’

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