Reports from The Daily Wire assert that recovered FBI texts between agents Strzok and Page reveal favoritism towards Hillary Clinton, who was then under investigation.
The Recovered Text Messages and Bias In Clinton’s Favor
In the eyes of many Americans, the content of the aforementioned texts is almost equally as shocking as the alleged “glitch” which caused them to temporarily go “missing.” For quite some time, conservatives have stated that the fix for Clinton was always in, regarding investigations. While progressives and others have dismissed these claims as baseless conspiracy theories, the messages exchanged between agents Strzok and Page might solidify conservatives’ accusations.
On February 25, 2016, Page opined that Clinton might win the 2016 election:
Strzok then responded to Page, noting that FBI counterintelligence leader Bill Priestap agreed with her assessment:
Controversy Surrounding Investigations Into Hillary Clinton
The content of the aforementioned text messages is a contributing factor in the overall distrust that many Republicans have in government, hence their belief in the existence of the deep state. Over the course of Hillary Clinton’s career, she has found herself in a plethora of scandals. However, an indictment has yet to come.
Conservatives, included President Trump, have noted that there are Americans who have had their lives ruin for committing a fraction of Clinton’s alleged crimes. Critics furthermore assert that Clinton’s political connections have kept her out of prison. This phenomenon is commonly referred to as “pay-to-play politics.”
During the 2016 Presidential election, pay-to-play politics were widely discussed and debated. In fact, many Americans opined that habitual pay-to-play politics contributed to Clinton’s (failed) 2016 Presidential campaign:
Readers of The Daily Wire also expressed their disappointment with the content of Strzok and Page’s text messages:
The saga of the illicit and increasingly damning FBI text messages is ongoing. Additional updates will follow this story as new development arise.