The media can tell us all day long that the long-awaited Inspector General’s report is somehow bad news for President Trump and his supporters, but their unwillingness to face the facts does not make those facts go away. At this point, the liberal cheerleaders in the media have abandoned all responsibility to the truth in an effort to get Trump out of the White House by any means possible. Make no mistake about this: If it were not for a strong network of conservative media in this country, our political revolution would not be possible. Even with the forces of truth on our side, this much propaganda makes it so hard for people to understand what’s really going on. We just have to have faith that good will ultimately prevail.
About the report, though: In a turn of events that the lying media is desperate to ignore, IG Michael Horowitz has referred no less than five FBI employees for further investigation as a result of his findings. In addition to concluding that former FBI Director James Comey botched the Hillary Clinton email investigation with his stubborn “insubordination,” Horowitz found that a number of FBI officials were exchanging anti-Trump messages that cast extraordinary doubts about their ability to do their jobs impartially.
As he noted yesterday, Sessions promised that James Comey would not be the last FBI employee he would fire if the Inspector General showed additional examples of wrongdoing. It will be up to President Trump, Congress, and patriots from sea to shining sea to remind him of that promise in the coming weeks and months. Because these are bad actors within both the FBI and the larger DOJ who need to be weeded out, fired, and potentially prosecuted for their misdeeds. And in the meantime, it would not be a bad idea to follow Rudy Giuliani’s advice and suspend the Mueller investigation. There’s no sense in letting this witch hunt continue if we have evidence that it was initiated on false pretenses.
In the report, Horowitz said that FBI employees were caught sending many messages that “appeared to mix political opinion with discussions about the MYE investigation.” MYE is short for Midyear Exam, which was the code name the FBI used for the Hillary Clinton investigation. Keep in mind that many of the same agents and lawyers involved in that team were also used for the Trump/Russia collusion investigation. Their state of mind is of the utmost importance when determining if justice is really being done in Washington.
“Some of these text messages and instant messages mixed political commentary with discussions about the Midyear investigation, and raised concerns that political bias may have impacted investigative decisions,” the report stated.
These involved texts between FBI lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, wherein the former told his lover that “we will stop it,” when asked if Trump could become president. They also involved a lawyer who went on to work for the special counsel telling a colleague that he would stay on after Trump’s inauguration because, after all, “Viva la Resistance!”
The report concluded that there is no evidence that the rank political bias of these employees hindered their ability to do their jobs impartially, but it’s important to remember two things: One, this report has almost certainly been watered down after almost a month of collaborative circulation inside the Justice Department. Two, absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. These messages are damning proof that these individuals used their positions in an effort to undermine and de-legitimize Donald Trump both before and after the election. They have no business keeping their jobs.