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FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was hired by Special Council Robert Mueller to investigate President Trump and later fired for sending anti-Trump texts to his mistress, appears to have spoke with FBI Director Andrew McCabe about the need for an "insurance policy" in the unlikely event Trump is elected.
From The Daily Caller:
Two FBI officials who worked on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation exchanged text messages last year in which they appear to have discussed ways to prevent Donald Trump from being elected president.Every indicator points to this phony Russia investigation, which started in July of 2016, being the "insurance policy" the deep state would use to undermine Trump if he actually got elected. As David Stockman said last week, John Brennan, James Comey, Sally Yates, Peter Strzok and "a passel of deep state operatives" laid the plans out before leaving office.
"After Brennan had concocted the whole Russian election meddling meme to sully the Donald’s shocking election win, the latter three holdovers – functioning as a political fifth column in the new Administration – set a perjury trap designed to snare Mike Flynn as a first step in relitigating and reversing the voters’ verdict," Stockman said.
"The smoking gun on their guilt is so flamingly obvious that the ability of the Trump-hating media to ignore it is itself a wonder to behold."
This is a scandal one hundred times worse than Watergate. The truth needs to come out and these conspirators need to be thrown in prison.
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