The IG report obtained by left-wing reporters about Hillary Clinton's email investigation could be "nothing burger". Members of congress are seeking initial drafts of the report to see if it was watered down. The IG report supposedly contain text message exchanges between anti-Trump FBI agents Peter Strzok & Lisa Page. Strzok vowed to stop the Trump presidency from ever happening.
Even though there was clear bias of FBI agents, according to one source, the IG report does not appear to suggest any indictments. The only suggestions?
Members of congress sent this to Inspector General Michael Horowitz asking for initial drafts of the report:
Dear Inspector General Horowitz,
Almost one month ago, your office completed its draft report reviewing the Department of Justice (DOJ) procedures in the Clinton email investigation.
A draft was circulated to people within the DOJ and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), providing an opportunity to respond and rebut the report's findings in the final stage before the details become public. Your team has worked to ensure that this report is thorough and accurate; however, an investigation of this magnitude and consequence deserves heightened scrutiny to guarantee that the process has not been compromised in any way. The trust of the American people depends on it.
We are concerned that during this time, people may have changed the report in a way that obfuscates your findings. Per Congress's oversight authority, we request you supply your original drafts along with the final published form.
Unfortunately, over the past year, the DOJ has repeatedly fought requests by Congress to produce documents related to this investigation, and when the DOJ actually provided documents, the materials have been heavily redacted. Past and present DOJ officials have asserted security concerns, even though the documents we have seen do not legitimately contain these issues.
We have every confidence that your investigation and report has been thorough and accurate. We request the various drafts of the report, particularly the draft provided to the DOJ and FBI, before those agencies made any changes to the draft report, be provided to us.
Thank you for your time and your service to our country.