In the past few days, one could say that all heck has broke lose on Capitol Hill with the release of thousands of texts and emails from FBI agent Peter Strzok along with the missing 5 months of his texts with his FBI lover, Lisa Page.
The information contained in his Strzok’s communications clearly show an extreme bias against President Donald Trump even before he won the 2016 election. Not only did Strzok play a role in the FBI clearance of Hillary Clinton in her email scandal, but Strzok also stated that he was hesitant to join the Mueller investigation of Trump since he didn’t thing there was anything there worth investigating.
(Fox News) – New text messages allegedly reveal that controversial FBI official Peter Strzok was hesitant about joining Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation team because of his “gut sense” there would be “no big there there.”
Strzok and FBI colleague Lisa Page, who were romantically involved, are under fire for trading anti-Trump messages during the 2016 race.
But Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., who has received 384 pages of new text messages between them, released a string of messages Tuesday seemingly showing that Strzok wrestled with whether to join the Mueller probe amid doubts about the allegations.
Johnson first discussed the messages during a Tuesday radio interview…
The implications surrounding the information of the Strzok communications and the convenient disappearance of his text messages from the time Trump began his transition team to the White House up to the appointment of Robert Mueller as Special Counsel to investigate the alleged Trump-Russia connection. Many are saying this scandal far surpasses the Watergate scandal in scale and implications, with the Democrats in real trouble.