Thursday, January 11, 2018


   Strzok and Page were part of a larger Washington D.C. establishment. Its members might work for the Washington Post, the EPA, and the FBI or for one of the big law firms, but they were all living in the same swamp. And they shared a common view of Trump as a threat to their way of doing business.
   Strzok and Page weren’t supposed to be planting hit pieces in the media, but the politicization of the FBI and the DOJ had corrupted them. Instead of searching for the truth, they were working for Hillary Clinton. And their texts, nasty and media obsessed, read like spillover from the Clinton campaign.
It was insurance against a Trump win. But it also fed their sense of importance. They weren’t just cogs in a law enforcement machine. Instead they were helping determine the outcome of an election.

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