Texts Expose FBI Plot

PUBLISHED: 12:28 PM 13 May 2018
UPDATED: 2:57 AM 15 May 2018

New Strzok, Page Texts Show FBI Efforts To Embarrass Donald Trump At Campaign Rally

They spoke about hatching a plan to embarrass Trump at a rally in 2016.

McCabe was part of the cover-up.

A Twitter user named Jason Enzer uncovered some very disturbing information in the recently released text messages between Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. As noted by The Gateway Pundit, the agents spoke about setting up and embarrassing President Donald Trump at a campaign rally during the 2016 presidential election.

Congress also reportedly has access to the six months worth of text messages between Strzok and Page, which fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe claimed went “missing” after a system glitch. They are expected to be released either tonight, or tomorrow.

Strzok served as a top counterintelligence analyst at the FBI before being demoted last year and fired from Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s team after an internal probe found that he had sent hundreds of anti-Trump text messages to Page, a senior FBI lawyer with whom he was having an affair.

The text messages, some which were released by Congress, show members at the highest levels of the FBI were trying to set up or embarrass Trump at the height of 2016 election.

On Tuesday night, Enzer uploaded a screenshot to Twitter of the text messages between Strzok and Page dated Aug. 3, 2016. In one exchange, Page wrote to Strzok: “Think so. Not sure. For sure his RNC experience is going to be a zero, don’t know enough to tell more.”

In response, Stzrok asks “zero in terms of not the same characters?”

Page went on to clarify: “Just don’t think it’s going to be useful. Think interactions are going to be more with his security folks. (BC he has private, ex-Bu ones in addition to the Service.) who had private ex-Bu security?”

Enzer then tweeted a link to a Politico story that was published around the same time, which claimed Trump was wasting money on his personal security team.

Why is it a waste? Remember, Politico was exposed by WikiLeaks during the presidential election for allowing Hillary Clinton‘s 2016 presidential campaign to review stories before they were published. The left-leaning outlet is known to be in cahoots with democrats, which, by extension, means against Trump.

The Politico piece, perhaps in coordination with the FBI, wrote that Trump’s private detail — which was comprised of former police and military officers — was playing with fire by not complying with the FBI.

That looks like a vague threat of some sort, and gives the impression that the bureau was refusing to work with Trump’s security team, while far-left protesters were trying to carry out acts of violence at many of his campaign rallies.

Enzer had a similar theory, but argued that the texts implied the FBI was perhaps planning something at one of Trump’s rallies, but backed down when they realized Trump’s security team was the real deal.

Both theories raise valid points and very important questions. Based on Strzok and Page’s own words, was the FBI trying to set up Trump in an embarrassing situation? Or was the FBI’s intent far more sinister and violent?

The messages appear to show that the anti-Trump agents were subtly suggesting that the bureau wasn’t going to do anything about violence at Trump rallies or ensure his protection. They also “joked” that the RNC gave Trump a “zero” percent chance of winning. How would they know that?

As additional text messages are expected to be released in the coming days, this is another scathing example of how the highest levels of the FBI were corrupt and actively seeking to stop Trump from winning the election.