Michael Flynn was not, as Ross notes, nearly as lucky:
Neither of the Clinton associates, Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, faced legal consequences for their misleading statements, which they made in interviews last year with former FBI section chief Peter Strzok.
I wonder why.
The starkly different outcomes from Strzok’s interviews — a felony charge against Flynn and a free pass to Mills and Abedin — are sure to raise questions from Republicans about double-standards in the FBI’s two most prominent political investigations. FBI Director Christopher Wray will likely be pressed on the Strzok scandal on Thursday when he attends an oversight hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.
Strzok was also a prominent part of the Clinton investigation, so much so that he conducted all of the most significant interviews in the case.
In spite of aides' denials of knowledge of Clinton's illegal bathroom email server, emails from 2010 show both Abedin and Mills discussing the server and its possible security issues.
In fact, the wife of super-investigator Strzok (apparently the only agent in the FBI capable of investigating issues related to Clinton and Trump), was a staunch Democrat partisan, as "[h]er Facebook account shows she’s a member of groups called “We Voted for Hillary” and “Thank You Obama.”"
The Mueller Special Counsel, infested with conflicted partisans, is a joke. Americans will not stand for this clear attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election.
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