Embattled FBI agent Peter Strzok along with his mistress, also an FBI employee named Lisa Page, were exposed sending anti-Trump text messages to each other while Strzok was working for Robert Mueller’s alleged “unbiased’ investigation into alleged Russian collusion in the 2016 election.
Last week it was revealed that a top FBI investigator working on Robert Mueller’s special counsel, Peter Strzok, was removed from his position due to the discovery of anti-Trump text message between himself and another FBI agent, Lisa Page, who he was having an affair with at the time.
Since these revelations, the Department of Justice has begun reviewing over 10,000 text message between Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page to determine the scope of their anti-Trump bias.
However, it was not long before some of these text message leaked to the public, which has revealed a much deeper conspiracy than simply criticizing Donald Trump’s policies or behaviors. As expected, these messages included the typical insults that anti-Trump advocates would levy against the then-candidate Trump including “OMG [Trump’s] an idiot”, calling him a “loathsome human,” an “enormous do-che,” and said “this man cannot be president.”
Peter Strzok, who ironically was also performed high-level activities on the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server and her “extremely careless” mishandling of classified information. Strzok held such an influential position that he was even responsible for changing a phrase in former FBI Director James Comey’s press announcement following the investigation. Strzok was responsible for changing the description on Clinton’s actions from “gross negligence” to “extremely careless” in Comey’s speech describing the results of the FBI’s investigation. This phrase, although small, has a massive impact as to how Clinton’s actions were perceived by the voters.
Strzok’s influence and position at the FBI goes even further than simply changing phrases to benefit Hillary Clinton, however, as additional text message between himself and Lisa Page reveal he may have had access to a shocking level of privileges that could result in influencing the 2016 election against Donald Trump.
Several text message exchange described Strzok informing Page of an “insurance policy”, saying “that there’s no way he gets elected”, but he’s “afraid we can’t take that risk,” then added cryptically that “it’s like an insurance policy.” This message mentioned a meeting that Strzok just had with Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who is still serving in the FBI, and indicates that discussed intimate plans to either mitigate or oust Trump from the presidency where he to win the election.
Lisa Page told Strzok he should stay where he is because “you’re meant to protect the country from that menace,” meaning Donald Trump. She included a link to a column in the notorious anti-Trump publication The New York Times that stated, “There comes a time when neutrality and laying low become dishonorable. If you’re not in revolt, you’re in cahoots.” Strzok replied, assuring Page that “of course I’ll try to approach it that way … I can protect our country at many levels.”
This is perhaps the most damning statement revealed in Strzok’s text messages, claiming he can “protect our country at many levels” from what amounts to a democratically elected president. The fact that he feels he needs to “protect” America from essentially the voters who chose Trump indicates not only an extreme level of arrogance, but a dangerous amount of power to meddle in the democratic process.
In addition, Strzok mentions “many levels”, alluding to privileges or special access he had to political weapons in which to attack Trump as president. Were one of these strategies the debunked “Russian dossier” that was used by intelligence services to obtain a FISA warrant in order to surveil Trump and his campaign staff, all for the purpose of appointing a special counsel with the objective of destroying Trump’s presidency?
Finally, Days after the election, Page texted Strzok to say she bought “All the President’s Men,” a book about Nixon’s demise from the Watergate scandal, because “I needed to brush up on Watergate.” This would indicate that Strzok, and likely other high-level employees in the FBI possibly including Andrew McCabe, were planning to hatch the “Russian collusion” narrative in attempts to remove Trump from office based on nothing more than a fraudulent dossier funded as opposition research by the Clinton campaign.
Just how deep does Strzok’s conspiracy to attack President Trump and ultimately remove him from office go and how many high-level intelligence officials are involved?
American voters are only receiving a glimpse in the form of text messages between two FBI employees, and like the Democrats are so fond of saying regarding the Trump-Russia collusion accusations: “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and there’s a lot of smoke here.” In the case of Strzok, there’s not just smoke, but a raging inferno of collusion to undo the result of the 2016 election and nullify the voter’s choice in electing Donald Trump to office.
The question every American should be asking is, what “insurance policy” was Strzok referring to in these text messages? The answer should be obvious. It’s Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation into Russian collusion during the election, which we now know was based on nothing more than Clinton funded opposition research, and every day this counsel is working with one objective in mind…to remove Donald Trump from his duly elected office.