Testifying on Capitol Hill, DOJ IG Michael Horowitz admitted that Peter Strzok, the man running the Clinton investigation, hated Donald Trump.
Furthermore, a report from the Hill found that during the joint testimony before a Senate committee on Monday, Department of Justice Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz contradicted FBI Director Christopher Wray a staggering Nine times:
IG Michael Horowitz was asked whether he indeed found “no bias” among FBI officials in their decision-making, as widely claimed
(1:13:34) Horowitz: “We were not saying that for every single decision … there are hundreds of decisions being made.”
(1:13:34) Horowitz: “We did not find no bias with regards to the October events.” (Read that carefully.)
(02:25:30) Horowitz: “What we say here is not that there was no bias … .” (Again, read that carefully.)
(1:18:56) Horowitz (referring to FBI head of counterespionage Peter Strzok focusing more attention and energy on Trump-Russia collusion and away from the Hillary Clinton email probe): “We were not convinced that was not a biased decision.”
(3:00:09) Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.): “… your investigation found fault in an exchange of text messages that you identified that demonstrated some political bias. Is that right?” Horowitz: “Correct.”
(3:02:12) Horowitz: “The one area where we were concerned about bias was in the October time period, and the weighing of Agent Strzok between focusing on the Russia investigation versus the Weiner laptop [Clinton emails] and our concern about his decision given the text messages.”
(2:05:15) Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) “What you’re telling us is you found bias … those who you found the bias among said, ‘Well, we didn’t let it bleed into our work performance’ and you don’t have evidence to disprove that.” Horowitz: “Correct.”
(2:02:46) Horowitz: “When we got to October we had concerns that there may be bias impacting the decision to prioritize the Russia investigation … .”
(2:02:46) Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho): “You’re not saying you didn’t find bias … .” Horowitz: “… I think it’s clear … Strzok had, as we say here, a biased state of mind.”
Keep in mind that FBI DirectorChristopher Wray testified: “The [DOJ IG] report did not find any evidence of political bias or improper considerations.”
WATCH: Inspector General Michael Horowitz is GRILLED by Gowdy
Trey Gowdy questioned Justice Department’s inspector general for his “attempts to mitigate” anti-Trump bias in the FBI as House members held a politically charged hearing on the watchdog’s 500-page report.
The FBI BIAS was exposed with Trey Gowdy’s questions.
“Bias and fairness cannot co-exist,” Gowdy, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said Tuesday.
Watch the full interview here: