It shouldn’t be a surprise that President Donald Trump has many opponents in Washington D.C.
They made their positions clear long before he got into office and have been sticking to them ever since.
The opposition was made even clearer with the Russian collusion investigation that has been launched and drug out for the past year.
It’s a perfectly legal recourse for a party that doesn’t believe in a candidate or President to check him or her thoroughly and see if there are any inconsistencies that can be exploited for the purpose of removing them from the office.
The FBI was supposed to investigate President Donald Trump’s campaign, but when it became clear that they were compromised, Congress started to investigate some of the members of that special investigation.
According to our source, Freedom Daily, Reps. Trey Gowdy and John Ratcliffe joined FNC’s Martha McCallum to talk about another newly released text message between the FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
This time, Peter Strzok implied a “secret society” of federal agents who worked to prevent Donald Trump from becoming the President.
“It is possible these text messages that are missing, perhaps they really were lost. Perhaps it is another strange coincidence,” Ratcliffe said. “It is harder and harder for us to explain one strange coincidence after another.”
“We know that Strzok and Page had an intense anti-Trump bias,” he said. “And that’s OK, so long as they check it at the door and do their job.
We learned today in the thousands of text messages we have reviewed, that perhaps they may not have done that. We know about this ‘insurance policy’ that was referenced trying to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president.”
Ratcliffe continued: “We learned today about information that in the immediate aftermath of his election, there may have been a ‘secret society’ of folks within the Department of Justice and the FBI, to include Page and Strzok, working against him. I’m not saying that actually happened, but when folks speak in those terms, they need to come forward to explain the context.”