After the bombshell revelation of the more than 300 texts exchanged between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were revealed a host of questions have been raised with regard to just how biased IS special council Robert Mueller’s team against current President Donald Trump. Many Republicans and Conservatives believe that this reveals a deeper and more insidious plot to oust President Trump, especially in light of texts referring to an “insurance policy” against a Trump presidency.

The text directly refers to FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, calling him “Andy.” The text was sent by Strzok on August 15, 2016, and states –


“I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office – that there’s no way he gets elected – but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.” 

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Some lawmakers surmise “Andy” is a reference to Andrew McCabe, and now want to know about his communications with Page and Strzok.  As a result, Republicans are now turning their focus to McCabe on what exactly was meant with regards to the “insurance policy” referred to in the text. Strzok and Page were romantically involved with one another and both of them worked on Mueller’s Russia probe in varying capacities.

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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) expressed his deep-rooted concern over the rather sinister sounding text just one day after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein attempted to defend the indefensible with regard to the current witchhunt under the guise of a Russian collusion probe led by Mueller in testimony before Goodlatte’s committee.


“This text is the one that concerns me the most. Andy is presumably Andrew McCabe … and this text is very troubling because it suggests that they’re doing something, they have a plan to take action to make sure that Donald Trump does not get elected president of the United States at the highest levels of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.”

Strzok was a counterintelligence agent with the FBI and upon discovery of the anti-Trump texts was removed from Mueller’s team and re-assigned to the FBI’s human resources division. Likewise, Page also served on Mueller’s team but returned back to her post with the FBI over the summer.  Both are still presently employed with the FBI at this time. When asked directly what exactly was meant by the “insurance policy” text message and whether it referred to McCabe, a spokesperson with the Justice Department refused to comment stating they were unable to comment on their exact nature but that Strzok was cleared to be interviewed by Congress directly.

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Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) also had a very strong response to the revelation of the text messages.  Fox News reports

Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, also raised concerns about that message, penning a letter Thursday to Rosenstein — who oversees the special counsel probe since Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself earlier this year.

“Some of these texts appear to go beyond merely expressing a private political opinion, and appear to cross the line into taking some official action to create an ‘insurance policy’ against a Trump presidency,” Grassley wrote Thursday. “Presumably, ‘Andy’ refers to Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. So whatever was being discussed extended beyond just Page and Strzok at least to Mr. McCabe, who was involved in supervising both investigations.”

Grassley requested the Justice Department turn over records by Dec. 27 relating to “the conversation” that allegedly occurred with Strzok and Page in McCabe’s office, and all records relating to McCabe’s communications with Strzok and Page between Aug. 7 and Aug.  23, 2016.

“Any improper political influence or motives in the course of any FBI investigation must be brought to light and fully addressed,” Grassley wrote. “Former Director [James] Comey’s claims that the FBI ‘doesn’t give a rip about politics’ certainly are not consistent with the evidence of discussions occurring in the Deputy Director’s office around August 15, 2016.”

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That text was just one of 10,000 messages the Justice Department was reviewing between Strzok and Page — and hundreds turned over to Congress that contained anti-Trump and other politically charged comments.

DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz said that the “politically-oriented” messages between the two were found in his office’s initial search, which led to the watchdog requesting all their messages through the end of last November. The messages were produced by the FBI on July 20 of this year. Muller and Rosenstein were informed about them a week later, on July 27.

Some of the other anti-Trump text messages called then-candidate Trump a “menace” and a “loathsome human.”

During a House hearing, Rosenstein was peppered with questions from lawmakers of both parties over the perception of anti-Trump or “insider bias” on Mueller’s team. Rosenstein emphatically stood by Mueller who Rosenstein himself appointed to the position of special counsel.  He emphasized he had discussed the appearance of “bias” with Mueller previously and stressed he had oversight of the special counsel probe, standing by Mueller. Rosenstein also claims he would intercede and step in should he feel that special counsel do something “inappropriate” though many Americans view this evidence of bias as an indicator that he already has.

Rosenstein stated –


“It’s our responsibility to make sure those opinions do not influence their actions. I believe Director Mueller understands that and recognizes people have political views but that they don’t let it affect their work. I know what he’s doing. He consults with me about their investigation, within and without the scope.”

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