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The 'Secret Society' FBI Texts Are Highly Troubling

The 'Secret Society' FBI Texts Are Highly Troubling
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) leaves a closed door session of the House Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill, November 30, 2017, in Washington, D.C. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

By    |   Tuesday, 23 January 2018 05:15 PM EST

It appears the evidence-lacking Russian collusion investigation may be replaced by a far more serious inquiry into the FBI. A very real conspiracy may be unfolding before the American people’s eyes.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller may be in the unique positon to perform a 180 directional turn in his ongoing probe of President Trump. Thousands of new text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and his girlfriend, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, were released late last week.

Why is that important?

Strzok was a key player in Special Counsel Mueller’s original Russia probe against the Trump Administration. It led to his reassignment after numerous text messages clearly indicated one-sided treatment of the investigation.

Now a new report has intensified Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and colleague Rep. John Ratcliffe's (R-TX) probe after review of further messages between Strzok and Page. It includes chatter of a possibly anti-President Trump "secret society" within the FBI that met the very day after the 2016 election.

The language of the messages is troubling and its implications could well lead to the largest political scandal since Watergate. More and more lawmakers are going public with their comments on the matter. It is only a question of time before the left-leaning media is forced to inform the American people of these shocking developments.

As the focus of Russian collusion fades with zero evidence in the long months since the investigation’s inception, the question becomes, what is next? Did this "secret society" that was referenced actually meet? Was it a code name for anti-Trumpers within the departments of the FBI and Justice? Is this "secret society" the "insurance policy" Strzok and Page had discussed in trying to take down the president?

With the Department of Justice under Republican control and both Trump nominees Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch long gone from their former position as attorney general, is it time for President Trump to turn the tables? It has become plausible the FBI had a plan to depose Trump if he won the election.

Was the so-called Russian collusion that plan? Strzok said it best in one of his messages over concern of a possible Trump victory: “…we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”

Is such language an indicator of some "secret society"?

Rep. Ratcliffe may have said it best: “We know about this insurance policy that was referenced in trying to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president. We learned today about information in the immediate aftermath of his election that there may have been a ‘secret society’ of folks within the Department of Justice and the FBI to include Page and Strzok that would be working against him.”

Now it is learned from the Senate Homeland Security Committee that five months of vital of texts were "lost" due to “a technical glitch” involving software updates on the FBI officials phones. Even the language of the Watergate era brings a nostalgic tone to this suspicious activity.

Dwight L. Schwab, Jr. is an award-winning national political and foreign affairs columnist and published author. He has spent over 35 years in the publishing industry. His long-running articles include many years at Examiner.com and currently Newsblaze.com. Dwight is an author of two highly acclaimed books, "Redistribution of Common Sense - Selected Commentaries on the Obama Administration 2009-2014" and "The Game Changer - America's Most Stunning Election in History." He is a native of Portland, Oregon, a journalism graduate from the University of Oregon, and a resident of the SF Bay Area. To read more of his reports — Click Here Now.

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It appears the evidence-lacking Russian collusion investigation may be replaced by a far more serious inquiry into the FBI.
gowdy, secret society, trump, fbi
Tuesday, 23 January 2018 05:15 PM
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