Adulterous Mueller Minions Hoped to Stop Trump From Becoming President

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We are now nearly a year into the absolutely asinine Special Counsel investigation being conducted by Robert Mueller, and the American people are growing tired of the nonsense in earnest now.

In all honesty, the FBI as a whole has been a bit disappointing in the aftermath of the 2016 election, with a number of horrific faults coming to light during Trump’s draining of the D.C. swamp.  The embarrassments haven’t been merely political fodder, either, but have cost a great many American lives as well.

FBI agents were fully aware of the intentions of mass shooters Omar Mateen and Nikolas Cruz well before their atrocities were carried out, yet did nothing to prevent them.

Furthermore, the agency was wholly negligent in their investigation of Hillary Clinton’s illegal, immoral, private email server back during the 2016 election as well; an unforgivable obstruction that eventually led to the firing of disgraced FBI chief James Comey.  Comey’s conduct was merely the tip of the iceberg, apparently.

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Now, the Investigator General’s office has revealed even more disturbing bias from within the agency, specifically in the case of two adulterous former agents whose anti-Trump bias has been well reported in ties past.

FBI agent Peter Strzok texted a fellow bureau official in August 2016 that “we’ll stop” Donald Trump from becoming president, the Justice Department inspector general reportedly reveals in his highly anticipated report on the Hillary Clinton email case.

The Washington Post reported that Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report includes an August 2016 text message exchange between Strzok and then-FBI lawyer Lisa Page about Trump’s chance of being elected president.

“[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” Page texted Strzok.

“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok responded.

Horowitz’s review months ago revealed other anti-Trump texts between the two officials, who were romantically involved. The “stop” Trump text goes further, and is likely to fuel claims from the White House that the bureau was working against him.

Spoiler alert:

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Somehow, there are still left-leaning Americans out there who believe that the Deep State doesn’t exist, even after seeing the wealth of evidence of their “resistance” to the President laid out before them.

This news will undoubtedly rile the President and his supporters, and will further invalidate the FBI who themselves are under plenty of pressure to shape up in the middle of 2018.


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