Another 10 months of investigating, former top FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok admitted that he had not seen a shred of evidence to support liberal talking points that President Donald Trump or his former campaign members colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
In a text message on May 19, 2017, Strzok told Lisa Page, a former top FBI lawyer with whom he was having an affair with, that “odds were nothing” on seeing any collusion.
“You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern that there’s no big there,” Strzok said to Page.
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a top FBI source close to the matter told the Daily Caller that Strzok and several other high-ranking officials at the bureau weren’t able to find any evidence of collusion after nearly a year of investigating.
At the time of the text message, Strzok was considering either requesting a promotion at the FBI’s Washington Field Office or to accept a request to work for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team.
Strzok chose to work for Mueller’s team, but was fired after a few months when it was revealed that he had been sending vile anti-Trump, pro-Clinton text messages with Page on their government-issued phones.
The source told the Daily Caller that if anyone had seen any evidence of collusion, it was Strzok, given he was the deputy director for counterintelligence.
The source said Strzok initially believed Russia hacked the Democratic National Committee’s emails and those from the Clinton campaign in the summer of 2016, but find no evidence that Trump or anyone from his family or campaign were involved with the hack or coordinating with Russia.
The source told the Daily Caller that he is certain of two things: we are arguably talking about the biggest scandal in our history and that Strzok never saw any evidence of collusion during his year-long investigation.
With numerous reports shedding light on corruption plaguing the highest levels of the FBI and DOJ, it appears that is what Mueller or a second special counsel should be looking at.
The mainstream media will never admit it, but the collusion story is a complete fabrication — and even Strzok has admitted it.
Source: Daily Caller