Agents joked about wiping their phones, they’re sick!


The Flynn-Trump-Russia Collusion Scam

As you have undoubtedly heard, 32 or more agents’ phones were wiped and they all purchased professional liability insurance. The wiping of the phones was a big joke from the agents perspective.


Barnett, the agent who spilled the beans on the Flynn case to US Attorney Jeffrey Jensen, who is working with John Durham, notes the wiping of the phones as a big joke.

BARNETT had a cellular telephone issued by the SCO which he did not “wipe.” BARNETT did hear other agents “comically” talk about wiping cellular telephones but was not aware of anyone “wiping” their issued cellular telephones. BARNETT said one agent had a telephone previously issued to STRZOK.

BARNETT thought the TRUMP Campaign may have been aware the Russians were attempting to impact the election, but that was far different from the TRUMP Campaign and the Russians having a deal and/or working together “quid pro quo.” BARNETT and others joked about how the investigation into collusion could be made into a game, which they referred to as “Collusion Clue.” In the hypothetical game, investigators are able to choose any character conducting any activity, in any location, and pair this individual with another character and interpret it as evidence of collusion. With respect to FLYNN’S redacted with the Russian Ambassador in December 2016, BARNETT did not believe FLYNN was being directed by TRUMP. BARNETT did not believe FLYNN had any additional information to provide to SCO. BARNETT believed the prosecution of FLYNN by SCO was used as a means to “get Trump.”


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  1. Of course these scumbags laughed about wiping their phones. There are absolutely ZERO consequences for their criminal behavior. When will Trump wise-up and kick Barr to the curb? He’s obviously part of the problem. He’s the reason these agents are still at large and employed. How can Americans trust the FBI? Or the DOJ?

  2. Wow, liability insurance, and some other things released, indicate knowlege of illegality. Defendants could not claim no intent in court. The continuation of Flynn’s case is big trouble for the DOJ. The judge is not much of an ally of the DOJ given that his actions have led to this.

    • What kind of insurance pays off if you commit a crime? Doesn’t criminal activity invalidate a contract? And wouldn’t purchasing such insurance only provide evidence of premeditation and provide proof that you knew your actions were illegal?

  3. “professional liability insurance” ????? Wow I have never heard of that insurance plan, I would bet the premiums are sky high for FBI/DOJ people !!!!

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