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  • Dirty Cop Mueller's team "accidentally" erases smart phones requested by IG

    If this doesn't smell like a cover-up, then I don't know what does:

    Recently released documents show that at least 15 phones used by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators were 'accidentally' wiped clean after the devices were requested by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General.

    The Federalist's Sean Davis reports that Mueller deputy Andrew Weissman, who is now fundraising for Joe Biden, and various other investigators -- like James Quarles, a longtime Democratic donor, and Kyle Freeny, also a longtime Democrat donor -- all claim their phones were accidentally wiped clean.

    "Phone was accidentally wiped prior to records review," read the entry for Kyle Freeney.

    Twelve other names, all redacted, also claimed their phones were 'accidentally' wiped clean.

    The new documents show a key tactic used by the Mueller team was to place the phones on airplane mode, lock them, and then claim not to remember the password.

    "Phone was wiped prior to review because phone was in airplane mode and the passcode was not provided -- therefore the phone had to be restored to factory settings without review," read an entry for a phone assigned to a redacted individual.

    "Phone was in airplane mode, no passcode provided, data unable to be recovered, so had to be wiped," reads another entry.

    As Davis asks, "What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all 'accidentally' nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and 'forgetting' their passwords so the [inspector general] couldn't access and examine them?"

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bronso...lly-w-n2575998

    This naturally begs the question: What are they trying to hide? Seems like at the very least every single agent who "accidentally" wiped his phone should be charged with destroying evidence and obstruction of justice, but they probably won't be thanks to our two tier justice system that runs innocent men like General Flynn through the ringer while letting the guilty go free.
    Some may call me foolish, and some may call me odd
    But I'd rather be a fool in the eyes of man
    Than a fool in the eyes of God


    From "Fools Gold" by Petra

  • #2
    Yeah that's not a coincidence. They should be charged with obstruction.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
      Recently released documents show that at least 15 phones used by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators were 'accidentally' wiped clean after the devices were requested by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General.
      "Neighbor, how long has it been since you’ve had a big, thick, steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?”

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
        If this doesn't smell like a cover-up, then I don't know what does:

        Recently released documents show that at least 15 phones used by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators were 'accidentally' wiped clean after the devices were requested by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General.

        The Federalist's Sean Davis reports that Mueller deputy Andrew Weissman, who is now fundraising for Joe Biden, and various other investigators -- like James Quarles, a longtime Democratic donor, and Kyle Freeny, also a longtime Democrat donor -- all claim their phones were accidentally wiped clean.

        "Phone was accidentally wiped prior to records review," read the entry for Kyle Freeney.

        Twelve other names, all redacted, also claimed their phones were 'accidentally' wiped clean.

        The new documents show a key tactic used by the Mueller team was to place the phones on airplane mode, lock them, and then claim not to remember the password.

        "Phone was wiped prior to review because phone was in airplane mode and the passcode was not provided -- therefore the phone had to be restored to factory settings without review," read an entry for a phone assigned to a redacted individual.

        "Phone was in airplane mode, no passcode provided, data unable to be recovered, so had to be wiped," reads another entry.

        As Davis asks, "What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all 'accidentally' nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and 'forgetting' their passwords so the [inspector general] couldn't access and examine them?"

        https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bronso...lly-w-n2575998

        This naturally begs the question: What are they trying to hide? Seems like at the very least every single agent who "accidentally" wiped his phone should be charged with destroying evidence and obstruction of justice, but they probably won't be thanks to our two tier justice system that runs innocent men like General Flynn through the ringer while letting the guilty go free.
        But it will be ignored by MSM. And if brought up, the left will complain about the sources that do report it because they'll be only conservative sources, and will dismiss it as a rightwing conspiracy theory. That's what's so scary.
        "I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole, it was like... we had entire training courses. It reminds you of the glory of the American experiment." - Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State (source).

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
          If this doesn't smell like a cover-up, then I don't know what does:

          Recently released documents show that at least 15 phones used by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators were 'accidentally' wiped clean after the devices were requested by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General.

          The Federalist's Sean Davis reports that Mueller deputy Andrew Weissman, who is now fundraising for Joe Biden, and various other investigators -- like James Quarles, a longtime Democratic donor, and Kyle Freeny, also a longtime Democrat donor -- all claim their phones were accidentally wiped clean.

          "Phone was accidentally wiped prior to records review," read the entry for Kyle Freeney.

          Twelve other names, all redacted, also claimed their phones were 'accidentally' wiped clean.

          The new documents show a key tactic used by the Mueller team was to place the phones on airplane mode, lock them, and then claim not to remember the password.

          "Phone was wiped prior to review because phone was in airplane mode and the passcode was not provided -- therefore the phone had to be restored to factory settings without review," read an entry for a phone assigned to a redacted individual.

          "Phone was in airplane mode, no passcode provided, data unable to be recovered, so had to be wiped," reads another entry.

          As Davis asks, "What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all 'accidentally' nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and 'forgetting' their passwords so the [inspector general] couldn't access and examine them?"

          https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bronso...lly-w-n2575998

          This naturally begs the question: What are they trying to hide? Seems like at the very least every single agent who "accidentally" wiped his phone should be charged with destroying evidence and obstruction of justice, but they probably won't be thanks to our two tier justice system that runs innocent men like General Flynn through the ringer while letting the guilty go free.
          Sure, it sounds suspicious. But it appears to be pretty common for people to accidentally wipe their iphones by entering the wrong password too many times. It might be more common if it's a government issued phone (IOW, you might not be used to iphones, and might not have anything on the phone that you feel you need to go to great lengths to save) and you are required to change your password regularly. (Not sure about the requirement to change password, but I had that problem when I worked for a government contractor.)

          If you want to charge people with a crime for accidentally wiping their phones, you might want to make it illegal first. And if you want to charge them with obstruction, we know there's a lot more you have to prove.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Stoic View Post
            Sure, it sounds suspicious. But it appears to be pretty common for people to accidentally wipe their iphones by entering the wrong password too many times. It might be more common if it's a government issued phone (IOW, you might not be used to iphones, and might not have anything on the phone that you feel you need to go to great lengths to save) and you are required to change your password regularly. (Not sure about the requirement to change password, but I had that problem when I worked for a government contractor.)

            If you want to charge people with a crime for accidentally wiping their phones, you might want to make it illegal first. And if you want to charge them with obstruction, we know there's a lot more you have to prove.
            As the reporter astutely asks, "What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all 'accidentally' nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and 'forgetting' their passwords so the [inspector general] couldn't access and examine them?"

            I would say it's the same probability that every one of the 30,000 emails Hillary deleted were really about yoga classes and Chelsea's wedding plans.
            Some may call me foolish, and some may call me odd
            But I'd rather be a fool in the eyes of man
            Than a fool in the eyes of God


            From "Fools Gold" by Petra

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
              As the reporter astutely asks, "What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all 'accidentally' nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and 'forgetting' their passwords so the [inspector general] couldn't access and examine them?"

              I would say it's the same probability that every one of the 30,000 emails Hillary deleted were really about yoga classes and Chelsea's wedding plans.
              I wonder how you would go about calculating that probability, without knowing how many officials did not wipe their phones, or how often government officials not on the Mueller team accidentally wipe their phones.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Stoic View Post
                I wonder how you would go about calculating that probability, without knowing how many officials did not wipe their phones, or how often government officials not on the Mueller team accidentally wipe their phones.
                This line of reasoning is colloquially known as the "okie doke", where you know you're being lied to, but you go along with it anyway because it suits your interests.
                Some may call me foolish, and some may call me odd
                But I'd rather be a fool in the eyes of man
                Than a fool in the eyes of God


                From "Fools Gold" by Petra

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
                  This line of reasoning is colloquially known as the "okie doke", where you know you're being lied to, but you go along with it anyway because it suits your interests.
                  If these were the days of Watergate, it would be open and shut obstruction.
                  "I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole, it was like... we had entire training courses. It reminds you of the glory of the American experiment." - Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State (source).

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Stoic View Post
                    Sure, it sounds suspicious. But it appears to be pretty common for people to accidentally wipe their iphones by entering the wrong password too many times.
                    And somebody like that should be trusted with NATIONAL SECURITY?
                    "Neighbor, how long has it been since you’ve had a big, thick, steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?”

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Stoic View Post
                      I wonder how you would go about calculating that probability, without knowing how many officials did not wipe their phones, or how often government officials not on the Mueller team accidentally wipe their phones.
                      If that were an actual common problem,
                      A) why are we hearing about it just now?
                      2) why wouldn't somebody have worked to remedy it?

                      It simply doesn't pass the smell test unless you plug your nose and close your eyes.
                      "Neighbor, how long has it been since you’ve had a big, thick, steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?”

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
                        This line of reasoning is colloquially known as the "okie doke", where you know you're being lied to, but you go along with it anyway because it suits your interests.
                        I don't know who fits that description.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
                          If this doesn't smell like a cover-up, then I don't know what does:

                          Recently released documents show that at least 15 phones used by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators were 'accidentally' wiped clean after the devices were requested by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General.

                          The Federalist's Sean Davis reports that Mueller deputy Andrew Weissman, who is now fundraising for Joe Biden, and various other investigators -- like James Quarles, a longtime Democratic donor, and Kyle Freeny, also a longtime Democrat donor -- all claim their phones were accidentally wiped clean.

                          "Phone was accidentally wiped prior to records review," read the entry for Kyle Freeney.

                          Twelve other names, all redacted, also claimed their phones were 'accidentally' wiped clean.

                          The new documents show a key tactic used by the Mueller team was to place the phones on airplane mode, lock them, and then claim not to remember the password.

                          "Phone was wiped prior to review because phone was in airplane mode and the passcode was not provided -- therefore the phone had to be restored to factory settings without review," read an entry for a phone assigned to a redacted individual.

                          "Phone was in airplane mode, no passcode provided, data unable to be recovered, so had to be wiped," reads another entry.

                          As Davis asks, "What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all 'accidentally' nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and 'forgetting' their passwords so the [inspector general] couldn't access and examine them?"

                          https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bronso...lly-w-n2575998

                          This naturally begs the question: What are they trying to hide? Seems like at the very least every single agent who "accidentally" wiped his phone should be charged with destroying evidence and obstruction of justice, but they probably won't be thanks to our two tier justice system that runs innocent men like General Flynn through the ringer while letting the guilty go free.
                          Putting in airplane mode/locking would be standard procedure for shelving a phone/limiting it to authorized access only/keeping it off the airwaves and internet. Enough time passes without activity, password will be forgotten. Once that happens it is almost impossible to crack it and get in - been there, done that.

                          Does it sound fishy - yes. Is it necessarily fishy - no. Innocent till proven guilty - remember?
                          Last edited by oxmixmudd; 09-11-2020, 01:12 PM.
                          He will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me."

                          "So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets"

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
                            If that were an actual common problem,
                            A) why are we hearing about it just now?
                            I would hazard a guess that only now did the information get into the hands of someone willing to spin it into something nefarious.

                            2) why wouldn't somebody have worked to remedy it?
                            Ask Trump's Justice Department.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
                              And somebody like that should be trusted with NATIONAL SECURITY?
                              I'm not sure if national security would be served by not allowing anyone who has ever forgotten a password to work for the DOJ or FBI.

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