Gohmert asked Strzok about his meeting in 2016 with Frank Rucker and Janette Daily Signal McMillan, an investigator and lawyer, respectively, for then-Intelligence Community Inspector General Chuck McCullough (an Obama appointee). McCullough sent them to see Strzok, who was the FBIs deputy assistant director for the Counterintelligence Division, to brief him and three other FBI personnel about an anomaly that their forensic analysis had found in Clintons server. According to Gohmert, the inspector general discovered that, with four exceptions, every single one of Clintons emailsmore than 30,000were going to an address that was not on the distribution list. In other words, according to the information Gohmert received from the intelligence inspector general, something was causing Clintons server to send copies of all of her email communications outside of the country to an unauthorized source that was a foreign entity unrelated to Russia. One of the other disturbing bits of information that came out of this exchange was that, according to Gohmert, the Office of the Intelligence Community Inspector General called Michael Horowitz, the inspector general of the Department of Justice, four times because it wanted to brief Horowitz about this forensic analysis and this security breach. But, according to Gohmert, Horowitz never returned the call.
The fact that Horowitz refused to take calls on this casts his entire report into doubt. His job wasn't to fix the problems, it was yet another modified limited hangout. Drop the information already known, but keep the remedies in-house and out of course by refusing to admit to bias actually influencing anything even in the face of overwhelming evidence.
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