Bad News for Mueller Team: Lost Messages Found
Soon, the DOJ will release the ‘missing’ Strzok-Page text messages.
And America will soon know what we’ve already known. We will have proof that Obama’s FBI plotted against Trump.
So what is Mueller’s next move?
For the past year, the FBI claimed a tech error was responsible for the messages that couldn’t be retrieved. However, it looks like the crazy conspiracy theorists had it right all along. The emails weren’t missing, but instead being hidden.
Richard Manning, of Fox News called this scandal “worse than Watergate.” But when it comes to the Obama administration, that’s an easy bar to hurdle.
During Watergate, Nixon’s secretary erased 18 minutes of tape recordings. That faux pas ended Nixon’s presidency. In this Obama-era subterfuge, the FBI ‘lost’ five months of text messages. And as if the American people are stupid, they tried to play it off as a random mistake.
The Five W’s
Who, what, when, where and why, right?
Who: Peter Strozk and Lisa Page, both FBI agents.
What: Text messages
When: Between December 14, 2016 and May 17, 2017
Where: FBI Headquarters, aka The Swamp
Why: To create doubt and discredit Trump during the initial appointment of Mueller as special counsel.
Of course, there’s always more to the story.
As Fox News elaborates:
Earlier messages that have been released included not only the involvement of outgoing FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, but the desire of top-level FBI officials to create an “insurance policy” against a Donald Trump presidency.
Strozk and Page eventually ended up working on Mueller’s probe into possible Russia connections to the Trump campaign. However, Strozk was removed after the Justice Department’s inspector general revealed Strozk’s extramarital affair with Page, and also disclosed the anti-Trump bias that was animating Strozk and Page. Page had already left the probe before the texts were discovered.
The period in question – Dec. 14, 2016 to May 17, 2017 – includes several key moments in the FBI’s investigation into alleged Trump campaign-Russia collusion. These include activities by Michael Flynn, who briefly served at national security adviser before he was fired by President Trump; Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recusal from overseeing the investigation; significant leaks from the FBI investigation, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Court reprimanding the unmasking of U.S. citizens, and finally, the firing of former FBI Director James Comey.
All of these events surely would have involved Strozk and Page.
Jeff Sessions promises to leave no stone unturned. Further, Sessions specified that any wrong-doing would be met with the strictest possible penalties.
Now, it’s time for the crack-down.
The missing text messages likely include evidence of both a crime, and a cover-up (a separate crime in and of itself). In fact, the way the law is written, the simple act of concealing messages is a crime just because they were pertinent to Congress’ investigation. It actually doesn’t matter what the messages contain.
Therefore, Sessions can’t rest on his laurels another second.
After Trump won, the investigation appears to have been put on steroids with the seeming incredible ultimate goal of overturning the 2016 elections.
Obviously. Trump’s victory didn’t go away like the Obama-Clinton minions hoped it would.
For those wondering why President Trump’s poll number continue to rise in the wake of a media onslaught, look no further than the continued drip of the plot against him.
Piece by piece the true narrative is being assembled. Soon people will ask themselves how this man continued his rock star performance under such a coup d’état.
The no-longer missing emails will likely reveal the truth about James Comey’s, by way of Eric Holder’s, by way of Barack Obama’s FBI. The once venerable organization operated like a taxpayer-funded Mafia. And they may have wanted to “whack” the President.
When you consider the extent to which they have gone with fake dossiers and FISA warrants, who’s not to say what lengths they were willing to go.
Kevin Jackson was chided on Outnumbered back in December of last year when asked abou the emails. Jackson suggested that the emails could run the gamut of nothing to a plot to hurt the president.
Fox News quickly ran to protect the FBI, and I learned from Jackson that Fox News called him to discuss the matter. He hasn’t been back on Outnumbered since.
Nevertheless, I predict he and many others will be vindicated. The Democrats will be seen for what they really are and what lengths they were willing to go to defeat Trump; one way or another.