The Mueller team claims they “accidentally” wiped their own phones 27 times before handing them back to the Department of Justice.
On today’s Jay Sekulow Live, we discussed the bombshell revelation that Mueller’s team, including Bob Mueller himself, “accidentally” wiped their cell phones during the Russia Hoax investigation. Some of them were wiped multiple times.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham made the following point about this on Fox News:
Well if you can’t manage your own phone, why should we trust you to investigate a crime? So, I guess they just ran out of hammers and bleaching material. The question is did they obstruct justice? Did they intentionally delete information from their phone because Horowitz was on the case? That’s the question for Durham.
The phone belonging to FBI lawyer Lisa Page – who we know sent anti-Trump texts with FBI agent Peter Strzok – was listed as not found, according to recently released FOIA documents by the Department of Justice. Then, they found the phone but according to the documents the phone was restored to original factory settings. That means the phone never got checked. This was after there were emails that were sent to her as well as other stuff that was saying to make sure she doesn’t delete anything from her phone. As far as Peter Stzrok, it says there were no substantive text, notes, or reminders.
Then you get to Andrew Weissman who was basically the Mueller Probe’s lead prosecutor. His explanation for his phone being wiped? Weissman claimed that he entered the incorrect password too many times. These are supposed to be the top prosecutors – essentially geniuses – on the Mueller team. And he did that more than once; first in March of 2018 and then later on that year in September. These top-level government prosecutors somehow all wiped their own phones clean.
My dad, ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow, gave his take on this latest information, calling it “password amnesia”:
These were the smartest guys that they had. All of the sudden they had, I guess they had password amnesia because everybody forgot the passwords as soon as the Inspector General got it.
This begs the question, how can so many supposedly smart people “accidentally” wipe their phones during an investigation? It looks like it happened on purpose. Why did they do that? What was on those phones? While we were still on the air, my dad instructed our legal team to file a FOIA request to get more information, including documents these attorneys signed when they received the phones.
The full broadcast is complete with much more discussion and analysis by our panel of the implications of the Mueller team's phone wiping. How did it happen? What were their motivations? Was it pure dumb luck? It doesn’t look like that.
Watch the full broadcast below.
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