The Deep State’s days are numbered.
Congress just unearthed a treasure trove of secret text messages.
And they could contain the smoking gun that brings down the Deep State for good.
Congress finally got its hands on the missing text messages between anti-Trump FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Strzok was removed from the Mueller investigation after the existence of these text messages were first reported.
In them, Strzok and Page discuss how the Russia investigation was an “insurance policy” against Donald Trump winning the presidency.
But there was a disturbing six-month gap of text messages missing.
Texts between Strzok and Page from the crucial months of December 2016 to May 2017 – the time period right after the election, up until James Comey was fired and Robert Mueller was appointed – couldn’t be found.
This smelled like a cover-up.
So Congress raised a stink, and magically, the FBI was able to recover them using forensic tools.
Now Congress finally has the messages in its possession.
The Daily Caller reports:
“The Justice Department on Thursday gave Congress five months worth of text messages exchanged between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page — two FBI officials involved in the investigations into Hillary Clinton and President Donald Trump’s campaign.
The messages, exchanged between Dec. 14, 2016, and May 17, 2017, were initially thought to be missing due to a technical glitch on FBI-issued cell phones. But the texts were recovered by the Justice Department’s office of the inspector general, which is investigating the FBI’s handling of both the Clinton and Trump campaign investigations.
Approximately 300 messages were given to Congress, a Justice Department official told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Strzok, the former deputy chief of the FBI’s counterintelligence division, was removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia team in July 2017 after the discovery of the text messages. They showed Strzok and Page expressed deep hostility to Trump during the 2016 campaign.
Strzok oversaw the FBI’s Russia investigation when it began on July 31, 2016. He was also a top investigator on the Clinton email probe. He helped conduct the interviews of Clinton and several of her top aides.
The congressional committees that received the text messages are likely to pour through them to find any information that might shed light on political bias from Strzok and Page as well as their thoughts on the Clinton and Trump investigations.”
What will Congress find in this treasure trove of text messages?
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