Barack Obama’s Banana Republic administration continues to be exposed for what it was and I am still loving every minute of it! When the weak, inept and crooked little man named Obama was still in office you may recall that OVER FORTY of the government’s roughly 73 Inspectors General publicly complained about the way that the corrupt thugs with which Barack staffed every department were biased and were refusing to cooperate with oversight investigations.
Recently we’ve seen recommendations for criminal proceedings against Andrew McCabe at the FBI (disregarded by Jeff Sessions, the biggest mistake President Trump made when he was mistakenly thinking Republican trash might be worth trusting).
The most recent IG report, which we’ve all known was being watered down considering it came out months later than it was supposed to, couldn’t ignore all of the blatant bias at the FBI. The link to a fuller look is below but first some nauseating excerpts.
As you read the verbatim messages below try to picture how America’s hilariously hypocritical Democrats would be acting if the piece of garbage George W Bush had sic’ed FBI thugs on Obama’s campaign in 2008 and the supposedly “impartial investigators” were caught USING THEIR FBI DEVICES to relay sentiments like that about Barack and his supporters:
“During the course of the review, the OIG discovered text messages and instant messages between some FBI employees on the investigative team, conducted using FBI mobile devices and computers, that expressed statements of hostility toward then candidate Donald Trump and statements of support for then candidate Clinton.”
“We were deeply troubled by text messages exchanged …”
“August 8, 2016: In a text message on August 8, 2016, Page stated, “[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” Strzok responded, “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it.”
“Five agents, not just agents Strzok and attorney Page, expressed anti-Trump, pro-Clinton messages on official FBI devices.”
“In undertaking our analysis, our task was made significantly more difficult because of text and instant messages exchanged on FBI devices and systems by five FBI employees involved in the Midyear investigation. These messages reflected political opinions in support of former Secretary Clinton and against her then political opponent, Donald Trump.”
“Some of these text messages and instant messages mixed political commentary with discussions about the Midyear investigation, and raised concerns that political bias may have impacted investigative decisions.“