Americans have been righteously angry with the FBI over the course of the last two years over their mishandling of a very serious national security threat named Hillary Clinton.
Clinton has long been one of the least likable politicians in the United States, and for a multitude of extremely legitimate reasons. Her uncanny ability to dodge questions and punishment by weaseling her way through a semantic hurricane of nonsense has confounded those who seek justice on a number of occasions, and her abuse of power has been a cause of great concern in Washington for decades.
During her time as Secretary of State under former President Barack Obama, Clinton was found to have partaken in a number of schemes and scams that forever tainted her time in office. Not only was the former First Lady funneling cash into her Clinton Foundation in exchange for favors at the State Department, but, more egregiously, Clinton was found to have been storing classified government emails on a private server not under government control. This latter offense undoubtedly endangered the lives of Americans, given that the classified intel could very easily have been hacked by agents of chaos on the world’s stage.
For this offense, Clinton was found to be wholly responsible, but somehow not culpable of any crime. Former FBI Director James Comey delivered a halfway scathing soliloquy on the subject just before the 2016 election, but refused to charge Clinton with a crime – a treasonous, partisan act that ultimately led to his dismissal by President Donald Trump.
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Now, after months of clamoring for answers, Americans are getting a good look inside the FBI, and their very apparent Clinton bias. In text exchanges between FBI Agent Peter Strzok and his mistress, we have been provided with clear evidence that the FBI was never going to charge Clinton with a crime…even as the investigation was still ongoing.
“Newly revealed texts between Trump-bashing FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page show the ‘fix was in’ during Hillary Clinton’s email probe in 2016, Republican lawmakers say.
“The latest batch of text messages between Strzok and Page, who were involved romantically, revealed their private conversations regarding Clinton — and their concern about being too tough on her during the investigation into her private email system use. The text messages indicate they were wary of a backlash from Clinton if she were to win the presidential election.
“’It doesn’t appear anyone wanted her charged,’ House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., said on Fox News’ ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’“In the newly released texts from Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, Page warned Strzok that Clinton ‘might be our next president,’ in a Feb. 25, 2016 exchange.
“’The last thing you need [is] going in there loaded for bear,’ Page continued. ‘You think she’s going to remember or care that it was more [DOJ] than [FBI]?’”
This blaspheming of law and order will likely ignite a new wave of anti-Hillary sentiment around the nation, as the failed Presidential candidate continues to evade We The People’s calls for her incarceration.
How President Trump will respond to the situation is still unknown, but, given Trump’s insistence that Clinton should have been arrested for her criminal email server, there is little doubt that he will say quiet on the subject.