The Senate Homeland Security Committee, chaired by Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, has just dropped a bunch of documents from their oversight of the FBI email investigation into Hillary Clinton.
Here’s how the Washington Examiner describes the documents:
The Senate Homeland Committee released troves of documents Wednesday highlighting the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
The near-three year investigation was spearheaded by Chairman Ron Johnson, and specifically highlights text messages between FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
The texts between the two — who worked on the Clinton probe and were engaged in an extramarital affair — show they talked about serving to “protect the country from the menace” of “enablers” of then-presidential nominee Donald Trump.
According to the documents released by Johnson, the two talked about then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and how they knew Clinton would not face criminal charges for her private email server — even before the FBI had interviewed the former secretary of state.
Here’s the report:
The other two documents are too large to preview so you’ll have to download them to read them.
– 500 pages of documents including texts between Strzok and Page: PDF Download
– The letters between Johnson and the agencies: PDF Download
I know these are a lot of documents to sift through and we’ll bring you pertinent reports on them as they come in.