Hillary Clinton, move over. And take your “what difference, at this point, does it make” soulful query about truth with you.
‘Cause there’s a new shocking phrase in town and it’s one that goes like this: Dear Lisa Page, don’t worry, Trump won’t be president, “we’ll stop it.” Love, Peter Strzok.
The exact messaging? Then-attorney Page wrote in August of 2016: “[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” And Strzok wrote back: “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it.”
The really eye-opening part, of course, is the fact that Page and Strzok were employed with the FBI during Trump’s campaign, busying themselves, apparently, with writing anti-Trump messages back and forth. Who’s “we?” That’s a good question.
Then-Deputy Assistant Director Strzok didn’t specify. And while Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report said the bias of these two officials didn’t have any effect in the handling of the agency’s look at Clinton’s email server scandal, fact is — what a cloud over the FBI.
The same FBI that’s been pushing a Russia collusion narrative against President Donald Trump since his starting days in the White House.