Remember Watergate, when government officials were involved in actions against the Democrats?
Evidence has surfaced that FBI officials met in an FBI office and discussed plans to sabotage the Republican candidate for president (Trump). There is also evidence the FBI allowed the Clintons to destroy evidence in their email investigation.
This definitely sounds like Watergate II, but its just beginning to crank up.
Reads to me that they found out about the texts and removed him from the Mueller investigation.
Sounds about right to me.
But furthermore, think about this. Is there anyone working on that case that likes Trump, possibly? And are we saying that anyone who works that case must have zero opinion on him, even if it's in their private life and can separate the two?
In Texts, F.B.I. Officials in Russia Inquiry Said Clinton ?Just Has to Win?
So this says those that were investigating the Trumpty-Pootin Love Affair pre-election and saw all the illegal meetings, treasonous acts, and collusion translated that into wanting him to lose. Hell yea that would be the normal reaction to an FN traitor/cheater.
Did you even read the article, Sigh? Looks like you did NOT. Just forming opinions again based on biased Ray's summary. LMFAO at the continuous half-baked opinions here.
Then there's this: "A top counterintelligence agent, Peter Strzok, exchanged the messages with Lisa Page, a senior F.B.I. lawyer. Some messages criticized Mrs. Clinton?s team, the Obama administration, Congress and other Democrats. But the two appeared appalled at some of Mr. Trump?s comments during the campaign and feared that he would politicize the F.B.I."
Sounds like they weren't happy with anyone. Sounds non-partisan to me. O those pesky facts again, eh Sigh?
For example, after Mr. Trump made an apparent sexual allusion related to the size of his hands, Ms. Page wrote: ?This man cannot be president.? In another exchange, Mr. Strzok wrote of a potential Trump presidency, ?I?m scared for our organization.? He also referred to Mr. Trump as a ?douche.? The messages were turned over to Congress and obtained by The New York Times.
DOUCHE. LMFAO at yet another fact surfacing.
Additional pesky fact: F.B.I. regulations allow agents to express opinions ?as an individual privately and publicly on political subjects and candidates.?
Next up we have the typical Trumpty administration BS;
The Justice Department?s inspector general, Michael E. Horowitz, is investigating the texts as part of a wide-ranging inquiry into how the F.B.I. handled its investigations into Mrs. Clinton?s personal email server and of the Trump campaign?s ties to Russia. It is highly unusual for the government to release these types of documents until such an investigation is complete. The move caught internal investigators by surprise.
It is highly unusual for the government to release these types of documents until such an investigation is complete unless you want the investigation to end so you don't end up in the federal pen.
BTW that^^^ is the biggest CROCK OF Poop I've seen here in a longggg time. What a misleading "summary" of the NY Times article. Ray was hoping for the normal mindless KUer who just reads someone else's biased summary instead of the actual facts themselves. Ah, the small minded ignorance.
Here's another fact: The two F.B.I. officials also criticized Mr. Trump as the Russia investigation was continuing. They told internal investigators that their comments were influenced by the troubling evidence they were seeing about Mr. Trump?s campaign ties to Russia, according to a person familiar with the internal investigation.
So much corruption, I'm jaded, don't trust either party and especially the hacks who think they're side is "better." Delusion at its finest.
If I was in the mood to go back thru your KU postings I think there'd be a poopload full of posts that would show examples of one thinking one side is better than the other. You know, pesky biased partisanship.
Additional pesky fact: F.B.I. regulations allow agents to express opinions ?as an individual privately and publicly on political subjects and candidates.??
True, but are agents permitted to make plans to thwart a presidential candidate?
This is one of the texts talking about their plans that go beyond merely complaining about Trump.
QUOTE: I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy?s office ? that there?s no way [Trump] gets elected ? but I?m afraid we can?t take that risk, endquote........ FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok wrote in a cryptic text message to Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer and his mistress.
QUOTE..... It?s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you?re 40, Endquote...... Strzok wrote in the text, dated Aug. 15, 2016.
And, Comey publicly states that Hillary is not guilty.
Then we find out:
There is no evidence linking Trump to the Russians.
The only wrongdoing was a charge against a Trump staff of lying (Without evidence that he colluded with the Russians).
It turns out the Dossier was linked to the Russians and the Democratic Party (That's incredible).
The FBI allows Hillary to take a hammer to her computer containing emails (She turns in one computer with the memory removed). And, the only individuals to testify against Hillary are given immunity from prosecution (If they agree to not testify against Hillary).
Finally the kicker: texts surface referring to a conspiracy the FBI is conducting against a presidential candidate (Trump).
This is an amazing turn of events. The FBI and Democrats would like it to go away.