Jeff Sessions’ DOJ provided congressional committees with hundreds of text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and his alleged mistress Lisa Page. Strzok was removed from the Mueller investigation after some of the text messages came to surface and revealed Strzok’s distain for Donald Trump.
One of the text messages from Page to Strzok is a link to a story about Trump and Vladimir Putin, with the text “What an utter idiot.”
In another message, Page said she hopes Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) “falls and crashes in a blaze of glory.” Peter Strzok replied: “Yes, And me too. At some point the Rep party needs to pull their head out of their *ss. Shows no sign of occurring any time soon.”
The two were just as brutal about Democrat presidential candidate, Martin O’Malley by referring to him as “a freak show.”
When discussing who they’d vote for, Strzok texted Page, “I suppose Hillary.”
In another exchange, Page expressed her distain for Trump: “God trump is a loathsome human,” to which Strzok replies, “Yet he may win.”
Moments later, Strzok asked whether Trump would be a worse president than Sen. Ted Cruz, to which Page says, “Trump? Yes, I think so.”
Mueller was informed of the text messages on July 27, 2017. According to reports, Mueller “immediately concluded that Mr. Strzok could no longer participate in the investigation and he was removed from the team.”
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