December 12, 2019 by Elizabeth Vaughn
The stunning amount of nefarious behavior outlined in the IG report has many of us wondering how on earth Michael Horowitz could have concluded that the political bias of members of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane team had not influenced their decisions and their actions. Even a cursory look at the report provides enough material to justify criminal referrals for many of them. Instead, we have former FBI Director James Comey announcing he’s been exonerated. And former FBI lawyer Lisa Page was so emboldened by Horowitz’s findings that she’s now filed a lawsuit against the DOJ and the FBI claiming that, by releasing her text message exchanges with former lover and co-worker, FBI agent Peter Strzok, they violated the Privacy Act. As pundits and lawmakers sift through the report, it has become clear that the wrongdoing went even deeper than had been thought, leading even liberal bleeding heart, MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, to acknowledge that “very clear mistakes were made by the FBI” and they were “pretty egregious.” (The IG report can be viewed here.)
In his Wednesday podcast (below), Fox News contributor and investigator Dan Bongino, who has a knack for finding what others miss, points out several previously unknown facts about actions taken by members of the Crossfire Hurricane Team in mid-August 2016.
We’ve heard the following text message from Strzok to Page regarding a conversation they’d had in a meeting with then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe on August 15, 2016: “I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office – that there’s no way he gets elected – but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re forty.”
Don’t roll your eyes! This is important.
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