The anti-Trump FBI is drowning in scandal.
Each day brings a new bombshell that leaves Americans shaking their heads.
But the FBI was caught red-handed in a plot against Donald Trump that many Americans are calling the last straw.
FBI Agents Text Messages Prove Anti-Trump Bias
Anti-Trump FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page are on the hot seat.
The two lovers sent text messages that critics point to as proof that the Russia probe was tainted by politics.
Congressman Mark Meadows sent a letter to the Department of Justice revealing troubling new text messages.
Meadows claims these new messages show Page and Strzok also leaked anti-Trump stories to the media.
Journalist Sara Carter reported that Lisa Page and Strzok leaked stories about former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
On April 10, 2017, Strzok texted Lisa Page, “I had literally just gone to find this phone to tell you I want to talk to you about media leak strategy with DOJ before you go.”
The next day, the Washington Post published a story about how the FBI spied on Carter Page.
In the story, the Post reported how the FBI believed Page was a Russian agent.
This was fake news.
Page was not a Russian agent.
In fact, Page worked with the FBI in 2013 to bust a Russian spy ring.
On April 12, 2017, Strzok texted Lisa Page and congratulated her on planting two anti-Trump stories in the Post.
“Well done Page,” he wrote.
Text Messages Confirm Donald Trump’s Worst Fears
The FBI and its defenders in the media have spent months claiming there was no bias in the Russia probe.
But that is not true.
Strzok was running the Russia probe.
He and Page cooked up a plan to plant damaging information in the media to hurt Trump.
When Trump stated there was a Deep State out to get him, the media called him a liar.
Trump was telling the truth.
The fake news media was lying.
This story is another example of why Americans cannot trust anything they read in so-called “mainstream” media.
Department Of Justice Under Fire
Meadows letter forced the DOJ to walk a tightrope.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein claims to support the rule of law.
In that case, he must comply with Meadows request for access to more emails and text messages.
Meadows named three FBI officials – Stu Evans, Mike Kortan, and Joe Pientka – whose emails and texts could shed light on the FBI’s conduct.
He does not accuse these officials of wrongdoing.
In fact, Meadows says some of them were concerned about the FBI’s conduct.
He’s requesting the DOJ to turn over these documents so Congress can get to the bottom of this scandal.
However, Rosenstein is part of the Deep State.
He helped cover up the FBI’s anti-Trump plots.
Americans deserve answers.
Will Rosenstein continue the cover-up?
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.