Texts Show Anti-Trump FBI Officials Talked About Impeachment – ‘Case Of Our Lives’

There is new evidence of anti-Trump bias from the FBI. Text messages reveal that officials spoke openly of impeachment and sounded excited about the prospect of an investigation. Are we supposed to believe these folks were objective?

The Washington Examiner reports:

Anti-Trump FBI officials texted about ‘impeachment,’ ‘case of our lives’ in Russia probe

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The former FBI counterintelligence deputy chief assigned to oversee the the probe into alleged Trump campaign collusion with the Russian government seemed to suggested it could end in impeachment, according to new phone texts turned over by the FBI.

Peter Strzok, in an email to a top FBI lawyer who he was also involved with, mentioned “impeachment” as he texted about taking the position with former FBI Chief Robert Muller…

At 12:13 am on May 19, two days after Mueller was appointed to head the investigation, Strzok indicates that initially he didn’t want to take a position on the probe. “My answer is no way,” he texted Page, according to one of several texts provided to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee headed by Wisconsin Republican Ron Johnson…

He concluded that while “a million” people simply have staff jobs in the agency, “this is a chance to DO. In maybe the most important case of our lives.”

At the duo text well past midnight, he wrote at 12:41 a.m., “An investigation leading to impeachment?”

The Mueller probe needs to be shut down and the top anti-Trump people at the FBI should be investigated.

This whole thing stinks.

 

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