GaltReport.com | The Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General's Office undertook a review of actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the DOJ in connection with investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
The report, which you can access here and in the attachment section below, includes an "Executive Summary" which did not find "documentary or testimonial evidence" directly connecting the political views of these FBI employees...to the specific investigative decisions" despite the body of report containing an astounding number of specific examples of bias against then presidential candidate and replublican party nominee Donald Trump.
No evidence bias affected investigative decisions:
Below are key excerpts documenting the bias the DOJ OIG apparently couldn't find...in their own report:
The selection of Peter Strzok to lead the Clinton email server investigation:
"a case 'that doesn't matter and is predestined":
"We'll stop it":
Weiner laptop analysis: Crime Against Children
FBI Weiner laptop delays:
"Somebody was trying to bury this"
Took repeated inquiries from SDNY prosecutors/Department to get FBI to take action on Weiner laptop:
Stacking the "Russia Investigation" with biased Clinton loyalists after they determined not to charge Clinton:
no confidence Strzok's decision...was free from bias:
Former President Barack Obama was one of 13 individuals Clinton had direct contact using her personal email account: