FBI Agent Texted on Trump Campaign: “We’ll Stop It”

The hits on the FBI keep coming, and it should be no surprise.

First out of the gate were more revelations from Inspector General Horowitz’s report which demonstrated that, while James Comey was not politically motivated, he did in fact break FBI protocol and procedure during the Hillary investigation.

To which everyone replied, “Duh. We knew that already.”

But if his motivation wasn’t political, what was it?

That aside, the bombshell came in the form of yet another release of a text message exchanges between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

During one exchange they discussed whether Trump will win the presidency. Strzok replied imperatively: “No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it.”

So at this point, whether Comey was politically motivated is irrelevant.

His subordinates emphatically were, so the practical implications are sufficient to prove a bureau gone rogue.

Jail time cometh.

Here’s more from Daily Wire…

Buried in the Department of Justice Inspector General’s report – a report that found no political bias in the actions of the FBI during the Hillary investigation – is one massive bombshell: a text from FBI agent Peter Strzok to his lover, FBI agent Lisa Page. Here’s the insane exchange, circa August 2016:

Page: [Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!

Strzok: No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it.


How in the world could an FBI agent – and not just an FBI agent, but a key, high-ranking FBI agent involved in both the Hillary Clinton investigation and the Russian election interference investigation – text this? And more importantly, how could the IG then find that no political bias was present in the actions of the FBI? Finally, why didn’t the DOJ turn over this text to Congress? What possible excuse could there be for that that isn’t related to a corrupt attempt to protect their institution above the truth?

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