The newly released texts show that Peter Strzok and his mistress, the beautiful pretty little Ms. Lisa Page, knew that charges against Democratic presidential candidate and former failed secretary of state Hillary Clinton, would not be filed in spite of her illegal activities. And they knew this even before Clinton was interviewed by the FBI. They even knew it before over a dozen others involved in the case were interviewed.
So like our politicians who are exempt from the government shutdown, Obamacare and insider trading law, Clinton was exempt from the Espionage Act and people in the FBI were never going to prosecute her.
Strzok and Page were removed from the probe last summer [but not from each other's arms, much to the chagrin of their spouses] after it was discovered that their private messages between them included anti-Trump rhetoric and allusions to plans of undermining him in office if, God forbid, he got elected.
Which he did; sorry snowflakes.
One political love letter between the Strzok and Page, date July 1, 2016, discussed then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch's decision to accept the FBI's conclusion in the Clinton investigation. Her announcement came just days after it was revealed that Lynch covertly met with former President Bill "I Did Not Have Sex With That Woman" Clinton aboard her plane in Phoenix.
"Timing looks like hell," Strzok texted to Page.
"Yeah, that is awful timing," Page responded. She later added: "It'a a real profile in couragw [sic], since she knows no charges will be brought," alluding to the fact that they knew Hillary would be exonerated and the title of the book "Profiles in Courage" by John F. Kennedy, another philanderer.
Four days later, then-FBI Director James "Lordy-Lordy" Comey announced that no charges will be brought against Clinton.
Last month, the DOJ released hundreds of text messages that the FBI lovebirds traded before they joined the Mueller investigation. Many messages spoke to their observations of the 2016 election and also discussed the Clinton investigation. Based on the texts, GOP lawmakers contended the texts reveal the FBI and Mueller group to be politically biased and tainted against Trump.
Now the FBI should be made to prove that these missing texts between Strzok and Page are not an "obstruction" of congressional oversight or "destruction of evidence."
And with all of this mess, I suspect that nobody will be made to pay under the law.