FBI “Secret Society” Revealed in Covert Texts in Mueller Probe?

Over the course of the last few months, the Robert Mueller-led probe into Donald Trump’s alleged Kremlin connection has gone way, way off of the rails.

The whole preposterous investigation began on what many felt was a democratic whim.  In looking for a scapegoat for their embarrassing 2016 electoral evisceration, Hillary Clinton and the democrats began to insinuate that the only way that Donald Trump could have won the election was by having massive amounts of help from the Russian government.  This theory ballooned online, where misguided millennials added their own unique spin to the tail over the course of months and months of speculation, eventually leading the nation into this bizarre and unnecessary investigation by former FBI chief Robert Mueller.

Mueller’s investigation has previously been criticized for its failure to adhere to the intent of the original query, yet the President allows him to remain on payroll.  Why?  Simply because the President feels that he has nothing at all to hide.

Months and months of empty leads for Mueller seems to corroborate that story as well.

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Now, after a leak of text messages between Peter Strzok, a dismissed agent of the investigation, and his mistress have been examined, it seems that something even more nefarious could be occurring within the FBI’s probe, with talk of a clandestine “secret society” manning the machinations behind the scenes.

“Reps Gowdy and Ratcliffe (R-TX) were on Fox News’ “The Story with Martha MacCallum” Monday night to talk about the latest developments.

“Rep. Ratcliffe said that former FBI director James Comey needs to come back to Capitol Hill to testify again under oath on the question of when the decision to exonerate former secretary of State Hillary Clinton was made. The latest batch of text messages between Strzok and Page suggests that Comey was coordinating with Attorney General Lynch on the decision well ahead of his July 5 press conference.

 “It’s really clear to me that the decision was made in May of 2016 — two months before the press conference,’ Gowdy said. ‘Of course Loretta Lynch knew he wasn’t going to be charged. Everyone except the public knew that she was not going to be charged.’

“‘We knew that Strzok and Page had an intense anti-Trump bias and that’s okay so long as they check it at the door and do their job,’ Ratcliffe said. ‘But we learned today in the thousands of text messages that we reviewed that perhaps they may not have done that.’

“Ratcliffe went on to mention one particular text message that referenced a ‘secret society’ at the Bureau. ‘We know about this insurance policy that was referenced in trying to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president,’ he began. ‘We learned today about information in the immediate aftermath of his election that there may have been a “secret society” of folks within the Department of Justice and the FBI to include Page and Strzok that would be working against him.'”

It has long been considered a possibility that the FBI was compromised by anti-Trump forces in the aftermath of the last presidential election, but seeing the very literal mention of a “secret society” within the intelligence agency should be a wake up call to Americans nationwide, of any particular political affiliation.

The corruption of the bureau is no longer a matter of if, but a matter of how bad.  If the United States is to survive this FBI-led witch hunt against Trump and the Kremlin, the Federal Bureau of Investigation will need to shape up.

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