Report: DOJ Successfully Recovering Missing Texts

Late Wednesday evening Fox News reported ‘multiple sources’ inside the Department of Justice have confirmed that agency officials are ‘successfully recovering’ text messages which the FBI previously reported as lost during the critical five months preceding the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller.

What’s more interesting is that it appears officials from the DOJ have had to step in to correct the error which the FBI couldn’t solve on its own.

You know, that bureau which is supposed to be really good at forensics.

At any rate, this is a developing story which could throw the collusion/conspiracy investigation into a new gear.

Stay tuned.

Here’s more from PJ Media…

The Department of Justice is successfully recovering the missing text messages between former FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok and his mistress, senior FBI lawyer Lisa Page, Fox News reported Wednesday evening.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday called for a review of the matter after the bureau disclosed Friday that its system had “failed to preserve” thousands of the text messages between the pair from December 14, 2016, through May 17, 2017.

“Sources are exclusively telling me tonight — multiple sources — that the Department of Justice is as we speak in the process of successfully recovering many of those text messages in that five-month period of time from the Trump-hating FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page,” Fox News host Sean Hannity declared.

“The DOJ is also trying to track down their mobile phones,” Hannity added.

“You can’t make this up in a spy novel,” he said. “It’s one giant incestuous circle of corruption.”

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