Town Hall has also reported:
The Washington Post deleted a key detail from its reporting about the FBI lawyer accused of altering a document related to the surveillance of a former Trump campaign adviser, according to a new report.
The newspaper nixed a portion of its story that identified the lawyer as an FBI employee underneath Peter Strzok, the ousted FBI agent who worked on the feds’ investigation into Russian election meddling, Fox News reported.
The update was made just after midnight Friday without explanation.
The lawyer in question is accused of fudging the document related to the FBI’s Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court warrant application to surveil Carter Page in 2016.
CNN legal analyst and former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara, who was fired by President Trump in 2017, says the news that former FBI agent Peter Strzok altered or forged a FISA warrant application used against Trump campaign associate Carter Page is "alarming."
The revelation that the dirty FBI lawyer worked for Strzok and that Strzok was likely or allegedly involved adds more ammo for President Trump and continues to destroy the questionable claims of the left.
It looks like a funeral is happening right now on @CNN. They’re so hurt that @realDonaldTrump was right. Their whole narrative is starting to implode. Even now they’re more concerned about the fact this is a colossal win for Trump than they are with what could amount to treason. pic.twitter.com/6kila6FUxu— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) November 22, 2019