New communications and internal notes from the FBI have been disclosed in federal court filings.
The new bombshell drop regarding FBI agents and the ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ Investigation came from Sidney Powell, the head of Michael Flynn’s legal defense team. The drop was made public yesterday and published by the Federalist.
In the new explosive texts, agents for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) under the direction of former Director James Comey highlights the desperation of agents within the agency to take down Donald Trump and anyone associated with him.
Most of this won’t surprise many of you who have been playing along at home since the beginning. This is merely confirmation for some of you that FBI agents under James Comey wanted to take down Donald Trump during and after the 2016 election.
While the names of the FBI agents responsible for the texts are highly redacted, the legal filing from Sydney Powell, quoting communications from the DOJ, states that the latest documents include handwritten notes and texts from Peter Strzok, Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, and the FBI analysts who worked on the FBI’s investigation of Michael Flynn.
The agents knew what they were doing was highly illegal to the point that they were so concerned about the agency’s potentially illegal behavior that they purchased liability insurance in order to protect themselves less than two weeks before Donald Trump was inaugurated president.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents tasked by fired former Director James Comey to take down Donald Trump during and after the 2016 election were so concerned about the agency’s potentially illegal behavior that they purchased liability insurance to protect themselves less than two weeks before Trump was inaugurated president, previously hidden FBI text messages show. The explosive new communications and internal FBI notes were disclosed in federal court filings today from Sidney Powell, the attorney who heads Michael Flynn’s legal defense team.
“[W]e all went and purchased professional liability insurance,” one agent texted on Jan. 10, 2017, the same day CNN leaked details that then-President-elect Trump had been briefed by Comey about the bogus Christopher Steele dossier. That briefing of Trump was used as a pretext to legitimize the debunked dossier, which was funded by the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign and compiled by a foreign intelligence officer who was working for a sanctioned Russian oligarch.
“Holy crap,” an agent responded. “All the analysts too?”
“Yep,” the first agent said. “All the folks at the Agency as well.”
“[C]an I ask who are the most likely litigators?” an agent responded. “[A]s far as potentially suing y’all[?]”
“[H]aha, who knows….I think [t]he concern when we got it was that there was a big leak at DOJ and the NYT among others was going to do a piece,” the first agent said.
The Federalist has now come under fire since the publication of this new drop with a few on Twitter claiming the Federalist isn’t a reliable source. This is before the ones complaining took a look at the evidence.
But that’s nothing new. The left will always try to help cover up and discredit credible evidence purely because they want President Trump out of office.
Despite the smears, if you take a look at the documents for yourself, you will easily see that the Federalist’s report is in fact not fake news.
See for yourself:
Trump was right:
The "Intelligence" briefing on so-called "Russian hacking" was delayed until Friday, perhaps more time needed to build a case. Very strange!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 4, 2017
Read more on this at the Federalist. (recommended)
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