Numerous and Burning Scandals Within The FBI Forces The Deep State To Further Expose Themselves

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by Jon Hall, Free Market Shooter:

At the start of the week, it was revealed that – along with the 50,000 text messages originally exchanged between the FBI’s Peter Strzok and Lisa Page – even more messages were deleted and left unpreserved, about five months’ worth of communications in total.

Back in December, Peter Strzok ignited a firestorm after being exposed as sending anti-Trump texts to his mistress, Lisa Page, whilst part of the bogus Russiainvestigation being led by Robert Mueller.

Strzok was demoted and re-assigned from the Russia investigation last summer but the damage had already been done…

Strzok’s scope of power was massive. He oversaw the Clinton e-mail investigation and even interviewed Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, two of Clinton’s top aides. Strzok was also involved in the changing of the language used in James Comey’s statement regarding Clinton’s use of a home e-mail server.

Strzok even spoke of an “insurance policy” in case Trump won the election and told Page “we can’t take the risk” of a Trump presidency.

Fox News also reports that “high-level FBI officials” allegedly had “secret society” meetings and were involved with Strzok:

The secret society referenced in a text message between… Strzok and… Page allegedly involved multiple “high-ranking FBI officials“…

After the claims of alleged Russian interference in our election, the fact that our own intelligence agencies were attempting to orchestrate and usurp our democracy is inexcusable – and disgusting.

As pointed out by Representative Mark Meadows (R-NC), Strzok even told Page on May 4, 2016: “Now the pressure really starts to finish MYE…” This is notable because MYE – or “Mid-Year Exam” – was the FBI’s code for the Clinton investigation

May 4 was also the same day Ted Cruz dropped out of the race, leaving Trump the sole nominee for the Republican nomination. Going even further, Meadows also points out…

All within days…

  • Trump became the candidate for the Republican party and Strzok claimed there was “pressure” on finishing the FBI’s Clinton investigation…
  • Strzok softened and changed the language used in Comey’s public statement over the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s personal server, diluting and lessening the severity of the charges…

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