Judge Jeanine is Back


by Jeff Poor
Saturday during the “Opening Statement” segment of her Fox News Channel program, Jeanine Pirro argued it was time for those that brought on the calls for an investigation into alleged collusion between the 2016 Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government should be held to account.

Pirro named former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, former FBI Director James Comey, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and former FBI agent Peter Strzok as those that should face scrutiny for setting up a special counsel probe that Pirro likened to a coup. Read more HERE.

Trump Calls for Live, Televised Hearing of Strzok, ‘Other Hating Frauds’ at FBI, DOJ

President Trump blasted FBI agent Peter Strzok on Monday night, arguing that the hearing for the agent known for his anti-Trump text messages should be “shown to the public on live television.” Story and video HERE.

Peter Strzok has Left the Building

By Ben Garrison

Finally Strzok (the Hillary Clinton loving FBI agent) was removed from the FBI building yesterday.

His status remains unclear, but he should be fired outright at the very least. After all, he exhibited a political bias toward Hillary and was strongly anti-Trump. He was instrumental in the investigation of Hillary, who got away with gross crimes she committed while ‘serving’ under Obama.

Later on she lied, destroyed evidence, and obstructed justice. Strzok’s text messages with his girlfriend, Lisa Page, are the smoking gun in this case. He said the FBI would actively try to prevent Trump from becoming president.

Along with Comey, we’re witnessing the politicization of the FBI and it’s control by the Deep State.

It’s time to end Mueller’s investigation and then ensure the FBI no longer tries to influence elections or presidencies. See the post at GrrrGraphics.com.

FBI Lovers Texted Every Four Minutes During Those Missing Five Months

How could they have possibly found the time to work, no less concentrate on it? Should they return their salaries to the Treasury?

If media reports of 50,000 missing text messages between the two bureau workers are true, they were typing away all the time

by Mark Tapcsott * Updated 25 Jan 2018 at 5:41 PM

FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok and his lover, bureau lawyer Lisa Page, sent each other an estimated 50,000 text messages during a five-month period in 2016 and 2017 that are now “lost.”

To put 50,000 texts in five months into perspective, consider this:

  • There are 12,960,000 seconds in five 30-day months.
  • The number 12,960,000 divided by 50,000 equals a new text message every 259.2 seconds.
  • This means Strzok and Page texted each other about every 4.32 minutes.
  • That’s every day of every week of every month for five months!

Investigators might wonder how Strzok and Page found time to do anything else — like participating in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of allegations President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign colluded with Russian interests to defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton.

The texts were sent during a crucial period between Dec. 14, 2016, and May 17, 2017. The latter was the date Mueller was appointed special counsel by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

The official explanation from the FBI to the Senate Homeland Security Committee for why the texts are missing is a technical glitch with Samsung 5 cellphones.

Continue reading at lifezette.com.

BREAKING: DOJ has found the “missing” text messages Between FBI Agents Strzok and Page

 

Former Independent Counsel Slams ‘Brazen and Blatant Political’ Investigation of President Trump

by Daniel J. Flynn6 Dec 2017338

A former independent counsel laments the “arrogance” of special counsel Robert Mueller in stacking his legal team investigating the president with partisans in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News.

Strzok earned his dismissal from Mueller’s team after the special counsel learned of anti-Trump text messages the FBI agent sent to an alleged paramour.

Strzok allegedly played a major role in changing the language in James Comey’s report on Hillary Clinton’s server from describing her as “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless,” a significant alteration given the former phrase approximating the language in the law possibly catalyzing an indictment. Later, according to CNN, he signed the document launching the investigation into alleged interference by the Russians in the 2016 presidential election and personally questioned former Trump administration national security advisor Michael Flynn. In other words, a politically-biased investigator played leading roles in two of the most politically-charged cases in recent times.

 Mueller dismissed Strzok from his investigation. But he still holds a position at the FBI.

“He didn’t get fired,” diGenova points out. “He just got demoted.”

DiGenova faults Mueller for stacking his team with other partisans when the situation called for compiling a group of professionals without the appearance of an agenda beyond the law. When diGenova served as independent counsel in the early 1990s, he notes that professionalism rather than partisanship motivated his hiring practices. Read the rest at breitbart.com.