Senate Investigators Now Believe That McCabe Illegally Doctored The Report Of Flynn’s Ambush Interview – This Could Change Everything

Kirsters Baish| In February, the Gateway Pundit reported that Mike Cernovich stated that Andrew McCabe had altered anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok’s 302 notes about his interview with General Michael Flynn. The Pundit explains that McCabe went on to get rid of the evidence by destroying it.

Take a look at what Cernovich said back in February:

It has now been reported that Senate Investigators feel that McCabe may have somehow altered the 302 notes that Flynn wrote on the interview and may have then referred the case to Inspector General Michael Horowitz.

Investigative Reporter Paul Sperry stated that Senate Investigators now think that McCabe had edited the 302 documents.

Sperry tweeted, “Senate investigators suspect Gen. Flynn’s 302s were edited by McCabe, referred matter to IG Horowitz.”

The Pundit reports:

To make matters worse, dirty cops McCabe and Comey cleared Sally Yates to use Peter Strzok’s altered 302 summary report of the interrogation with General Flynn to brief White House Counsel and pressure Flynn’s firing.

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley is the one who pressured the FBI and DOJ to turn over the 302 notes on General Flynn’s investigation.

Republican Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley sent a letter on Friday, May 11 to both FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The letter claimed that Comey had testified that the FBI did not feel that General Flynn had lied. It was also stated by Grassley that FBI agent Joe Pientka had met up with Strzok on January 24, 2017 to follow through with the “ambush” interview, which was meant to destroy Flynn.

Rod Rosenstein would not hand over the documents that were requested by the Senate Judiciary Committee. What he did instead was to provide “insufficient” documents which pushed Chuck Grassley to sent Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein a pretty nasty letter.

McCabe has now asked for immunity for his testimony in return. He shouldn’t be offered any deals. He should have to live with what he did and deal with it in prison.