"Trump Should Go F Himself" - Texts Leak From FBI Agents On Russia Probe, Hillary Emails Investigation

Over 10,000 text messages sent between two top FBI investigators - one of whom led both the Clinton email investigation and the early Trump-Russia probe, have been turned over to Congress Tuesday evening and promptly leaked to the press. The profanity-laced messages reveal a deep hatred for Trump between veteran agent Peter Strzok and FBI attorney Lisa Page, who were having an extramarital affair while working together on the Clinton email investigation when the texts were exchanged. Strzok and Page were fired from Robert Mueller's special counsel in mid-August over the messages, yet the reason was not revealed until last month. Strzok notably changed the wording of then-FBI Director James Comey's statement on Clinton's mishandling of classified information from "grossly negligent" to "extremely careless."

Peter Strzok and Lisa Page

The leaked texts leave no doubt that Muller's probe has been tainted from the beginning. In one exchange obtained by Fox News sent on March 4th, 2016 - right around the time Trump emerged as a serious threat in the GOP primary race, Page texted Strzok "God, Trump is a loathsome human," to which Strzok responded "Yet he many[win]" Strzok responded, adding "Good for Hillary." 

Later that day, Strzok texted Page, "OMG [Trump's] an idiot" to which Page replied "He's awful." Strzok then texted Page "America will get what the voting public deserves," to which Page responded "That's what I'm afraid of." 

In messages obtained by CBS, Page wrote to Strzok "I just saw my first Bernie Sander [sic] bumper sticker. Made me want to key the car," to which Strzok replied "He's an idiot like Trump. Figure they cancel each other out."

On election night, Strzok called the glowing red map showing Mr. Trump winning "F***ing terrifying." A week later when Jeff Sessions was the top contender for Attorney General, Strzok texted Page "Sesions for AG," to which Page replied "Good god." Page and Strzok also disparaged House Speaker Paul Ryan, with Page telling Strzok she hopes Ryan "fails and crashes in a blaze of glory." 

Fox reporter Shannon Brem tweeted that Fox News producer Jake Gibson has obtained 10k texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, one of which says "Trump should go f himself," and "F TRUMP."

In another tweet posted by Bream, Peter Strzok says "I am riled up. Trump is a f*cking idiot, is unable to provide a coherrent answer," and "I CAN'T PULL AWAY, WHAY THE F*CK HAPPENED TO OUR COUNTRY (redacted)??!?!"

Page responds "I don't know, But we'll get it back. ..."

Page then messages Strzok, saying "And maybe you're meant to stay where you are because you're meant to protect the country from that menace. (links to NYT article), to which Strzok replied "I can protect our country at many levels." 

If you're still confused as to who they wanted to win the election, look no further than Peter Strzok's text to Page: "God Hillary should win. 100,000,000-0" 

The messages between Strzok and Page make it abundantly clear that the agents investigating both candidates for President were extremely biased against then-candidate Trump, while going extremely easy on Hillary Clinton over her mishandling of classified information. 

The messages sent between Strzok and Page, as well as Strzok's conduct in the Clinton investigation and several prior cases are now under review for political bias by the Justice Department. Furthermore, the fact that the reason behind Strzok's firing was kept a secret for months is of keen interest to House investigators. According to Fox News two weeks ago

"While Strzok’s removal from the Mueller team had been publicly reported in August, the Justice Department never disclosed the anti-Trump texts to the House investigators."

 

"Responding to the revelations about Strzok’s texts on Saturday, Nunes said he has now directed his staff to draft contempt-of-Congress citations against Rosenstein and the new FBI director, Christopher Wray." -Fox News

Strzok also relied on the Trump-Russia dossier created by opposition research firm Fusion GPS. In August, 2016 - nine months before Robert Mueller's Special Counsel was launched, the New York Times reported that Strzok was hand picked by FBI brass to supervise an investigation into allegations of Trump-Russia collusion. The FBI investigation grew legs after they received the infamous anti-Trump "dossier" and decided to act on its salacious and largely unproven claims, According to Fox News:

House investigators told Fox News they have long regarded Strzok as a key figure in the chain of events when the bureau, in 2016, received the infamous anti-Trump "dossier" and launched a counterintelligence investigation into Russian meddling in the election that ultimately came to encompass FISA surveillance of a Trump campaign associate.

 

The "dossier" was a compendium of salacious and largely unverified allegations about then-candidate Trump and others around him that was compiled by the opposition research firm Fusion GPS. The firm's bank records, obtained by House investigators, revealed that the project was funded by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. -Fox News

Weeks before the 2016 election, Peter Strzok's FBI team agreed to pay former MI6 agent and Fusion GPS operative Christopher Steele $50,000 if he could verify the claims contained within the dossier - which relied on the cooperation of two senior Kremlin officials. 

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When Steele was unable to verify the claims in the dossier, the FBI wouldn't pay him according to the New York Times

Mr. Steele met his F.B.I. contact in Rome in early October, bringing a stack of new intelligence reports. One, dated Sept. 14, said that Mr. Putin was facing “fallout” over his apparent involvement in the D.N.C. hack and was receiving “conflicting advice” on what to do.

The agent said that, if Mr. Steele could get solid corroboration of his reports, the F.B.I. would pay him $50,000 for his efforts, according to two people familiar with the offer. Ultimately, he was not paid. -NYT

Did you catch that? Despite the fact that Steele was not paid by the FBI for the dossier, Peter Strzok used it to launch a counterintelligence investigation into President Trump's team. Steele was ultimately paid $168,000 by Fusion GPS to assemble the dossier. 

There's more - according to journalist Sara Carter there are more anti-Trump messages exchanged between other members of Mueller's team:

Sean Hannity: I’m hearing rumors all over the place Sara Carter that there are other anti-Trump text-emails out there. And we know about them.

 

Sara Carter: I think you’re hearing correctly Sean and I think a lot more is going to come out. In fact, I know a lot more is going to come out based on the sources I’ve spoken to.

The clip is below:

The text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page are highly compromising, and prove that both FBI investigations into Clinton and Trump were headed by a man, aided by his mistress, who did not want to see Trump win the White House. Furthermnore, if anti-Trump text messages were exchanged between other members of Robert Mueller's special counsel, which are apparently on deck for later this month or January, it's hard to imagine anyone taking anything concluded by this dog-and-pony show seriously.

Comments

Pandelis unplugged Wed, 12/13/2017 - 09:05 Permalink

seriously ... Money MOney Money remember the song ... thats what trump was known about.  if you gave average intellegence and an american who loves his country how can you not be biased against him??? of course these guys are smart enough, and there concern is excatly WHAT IS HAPPENING TO OUR COUNTRY ... a legitimate concern i would say ... and add me too

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CuttingEdge TeamDepends Wed, 12/13/2017 - 10:09 Permalink

This is highly suspicious...10k texts between the two of them and not one salacious bit of extra-marital text-sex released? Someone's covering.Come on, guys - these verminous treasonous cunts need deep-level perma-stain humilation. Got to kick them in the nuts when they are down (and out) if there is any chance of winning the war on swamp critters.Do a Wikileaks and put them all in the public domain for our perusal,  and more importantly, piss-taking potential. Pretty please.

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Slack Jack bobcatz Wed, 12/13/2017 - 11:31 Permalink

The Dead Sea scrolls Hoax.

The Dead Sea scrolls are a mixture of old documents that were hidden in a number of caves to be miraculously found and used to support the establishment of Israel, a country for Jews only.

The main document "finds" were in 1946 and 1947 in caves near Qumran.

Israel was created in 1948.

The Dead Sea scrolls are the only really old (well supposedly old) documents in the Hebrew characters, that have ever been found.

All other documents in Hebrew characters date from later than 800 AD.

Previous to the "finds", many critics had pointed out the late date of all documents in Hebrew characters, and deduced that the Hebrew Old Testament must have been translated from the Greek Old Testament and not the other way round.

Then, low and behold,... a very timely miracle occurs.

The Dead Sea scrolls are "found" and dated to hundreds of years early than the oldest previously known documents in Hebrew characters.

Then, it is widely claimed that documents in Hebrew characters are really old.

The critics are not given access to the scrolls or even photographs of the text, lest they spoil the party.

This goes on till certain critics are dead.

Then, in 1991, only 45 years later, facsimile copies are made available to all.

So that, in brief, is the Dead Sea scrolls Hoax.

More, however, can be deduced....

One can even guess where the Dead Sea documents came from.

It turns out that some of the Dead Sea documents are nearly identical to documents from the Cairo Genizah collection of the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo, Egypt. So, it is likely that many of the Dead Sea scrolls had their origin there.

The Ben Ezra Synagogue was established around 900 AD.

Now the Arabs have ruled Egypt since they defeated the Greek armies around 635 AD.

Now, these Jews (and their synagogue) existed happily, undisturbed, in Cairo, in the midst of the Islamic world.

So, maybe the original Jews were a group of Arabs.

This would explain why Hebrew and Arabic are nearly identical languages.

This would explain why the Hebrew and Islamic religious traditions are so similar.

And, it would also explain why Jews turned up in Spain with the Arabs (Moors).

Another couple of points:

It should also be noted that a few Jewish scholars (in particular, Solomon Zeitlin) have long insisted that the Dead Sea scrolls were a Medieval production. [Zeitlin was a well-known Talmudic scholar and would not claim this unless convinced it was true.]

It is estimated that 20 people occupied the site of Qumran (estimated by the number of inhabitants for whom there was room in the buildings). Now these 20 people were not just ordinary people, they read and wrote Greek, Aramaic, Syriac, Latin, Arabic, and Samaritan documents, like natives, and managed to write learned works on numerous religious topics, while gathering enough water, and raising enough food, for their survival, in a desert.

Some have tried to claim that as many as 150 lived at Qumran, but most have considered that number ridiculously high.

Anyway, I think it is clear that the Dead Sea scrolls are a bunch of old documents that have been thrown together and sold to a gullible world.

http://www.preearth.net/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1175

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HowdyDoody Gorgeous Wed, 12/13/2017 - 13:19 Permalink

From the 'You Couldn't Make This Shit Up If You Tried' department:[in 2011] "Foreign National Pleads Guilty in Washington, D.C., for Role in International Money Laundering Scheme Involving an Alleged $1.4 Million in Losses to Victims; Romanian National Surrenders""The case is being prosecuted by Trial Attorney Lisa Page of the Criminal Division’s Organized Crime and Racketeering Section. The Criminal Division’s Office of International Affairs provided significant assistance on this case."The US got its panties in a twist over some foreigner possibly laundering $1.4 million (less than a bankster's bonus) and Lisa Page was associated with Organized Crime and Racketeering groups.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/foreign-national-pleads-guilty-washingto… 

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Bubba Rum Das null Wed, 12/13/2017 - 13:01 Permalink

So, Dumbass, you don't even know the difference between Semite Jews, who are known as 'Sephardic Jews' & genealogically originated in the Middle East & originated the Hebrew language & religion; & Khazarian Jews, who are Nomadic Turk in origin, & 'adopted' (stole) the Jewish religion in AD 800 for political purposes; & comprise 80% of the world Jewish population currently & & also happen to be the Zionist 'Jews' who created the state of Israel, along w/ the Rothschilds?What, have you been hiding in a hole all of your life? 

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null Bubba Rum Das Wed, 12/13/2017 - 13:15 Permalink

No, smartass, I do not care about that BS. Touché, if you need an intellectual win, sigh.

All that shit you say sounds reasonably true, and if you could stop slandering every asshole that has an extinct German name, I’d be very impressed with your self discipline.

Far from A hole. Been hiding in THE hole ... nice and cozy.

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Mr. Universe Slack Jack Wed, 12/13/2017 - 11:46 Permalink

So let's see here, I'm looking for the parts about the FBI?/special investigation, or even anything relevant to the subject matter in your post Jack. Nope nothing there except a speculation about something that has long since passed and with no real way to determine actual facts. But hey thanks for taking up all the unused space here on the forum.Back to revelant speculation...Melissa Hodgman is the wife of the FBI scum. Guess what she does? She is head of the SEC enforcement division. I guess that's where 'ol Pete learned how to turn "grossly negligent" into "extremely careless". I guess that's good enough for the SEC so it should be good enough for the Effing Bee Eye.

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Ex-Oligarch Mr. Universe Wed, 12/13/2017 - 12:36 Permalink

I had to deal with a ponzi case brought by the SEC a few years back.  The SEC attorneys had enough evidence to send several dozen people up the river for a decades or more for a fraud in the low nine figures.  However, from the first moment the team on the case telegraphed their unwillingness to do the document review and analysis to really nail the perps, stipulated to all kinds of concessions to defense counsel, and wound up with a consensual settlement that imposed a small fine on four guys and yanked their licenses.  Utter waste of time.   

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Bubba Rum Das Ex-Oligarch Wed, 12/13/2017 - 12:50 Permalink

Whether you are investigated & punished accordingly or not for fiduciary crimes by the FBI & SEC in the '9 figures'; depends completely on how much work they have to do to nail your ass & how much money you kick back to the fuckers who are investigating you, depends on what kind of a plea bargain you will get;What, you didn't know this?IT'S ALL ABOUT THE MONEY & WHO YOU FUCK OVER IN YOUR PONZI!

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Ex-Oligarch Bubba Rum Das Wed, 12/13/2017 - 17:44 Permalink

Perhaps surprisingly, I didn't see anything to suggest that a fix was in.  It was more a combination of laziness, ineptitude, risk aversion, and the sort of lack of motivation you see to a greater or lesser extent in most government lawyers.The widows and orphans were wealthy but not well connected, and the fraudsters didn't seem to have political connections either. 

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