“How the mighty have fallen”: The FBI no longer “in war and peace” but in adultery, anti-life and anti-Trump

[“How the mighty have fallen”: The FBI no longer “in war and peace” but in adultery, anti-life and anti-Trump]

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 9, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Text messages recently released between FBI agent Peter Strzok and his mistress FBI attorney Lisa Page — both of whom are anti-Trump — reveal them saying that they “hate” pro-lifers and wanted to find an excuse to cancel the 2016 March for Life in Washington, D.C.

In what was intended to be a private message, Page told Strzok that “I truly hate these people,” referring to pro-lifers attending the January 22, 2016, March for Life in the nation’s Capitol. Strzok then replied that that the authorities should lie about a “snow emergency” to “cancel the permit” and stop the march.

Below is a transcript of their conversation:

FBI agent Strzok: “F*cking marchers making traffic problems.”

FBI attorney Page: “Yeah, some extremely offensive video screens set up in front of district. I truly hate these people. No support for the woman who actually has to spend the rest of her life rearing this child, but we care about ‘life.’ Assholes.”

FBI agent Strzok: “…Hey, I have an idea! Snow emergency, cancel the permit.”

On Tuesday, the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, the chief oversight committee of Congress, released thousands of text messages in its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s misuse of government email and the FBI looking into it.

While a great deal of political fodder was gleaned, pro-lifers are concerned about the denigrating way two people within the FBI texted each other about those who defend the lives of preborn babies.

“It’s not surprising that these people would hate pro-lifers so much that they would want to abuse their authority to cancel the March for Life,” Operation Rescue President Tony Newman told LifeSiteNews. “Given their extreme political bias against those who hold pro-life views, one can only expect them to stoop to criminal conduct.”

Strzok and Page were reportedly carrying on a two-year extramarital affair, and texted each other frequently (Strzok is married to Melissa Hodgman;  Page to Peter Burrow).  The Senate investigation found at least 50,000 messages the couple shared.

The texts, along with many cursing and disparaging President Trump and other conservative values, has led to concerns over bias on the part of the one-time lead investigator under Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Strzok also softened the language of the FBI’s official characterization of Clinton’s email mishandling. Page was also briefly on Mueller’s probe into unproven allegations of Trump helping the Russians influence the U.S. election.

Newman says the FBI is tainted as both anti-life and anti-Trump. “That is the same company that worked with Planned Parenthood to produce a phony report discrediting the undercover baby parts videos,” Newman pointed out.

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If the public were asked about Lisa Page, most would not know who she is. If those who know who she is were asked in a word association game to identify what she is known for, they would likely name “FBI agent” and “adulteress.” They should now add someone who hates pro-lifers.

On p. 13 of the Interim Report by Senator Ron Johnson, “The Clinton Email Scandal And The FBI’S Investigation Of It,” released yesterday, there is an exchange between FBI senior lawyer Peter Strzok, Page’s co-adulterer, and her about pro-life Americans. Referring to the 2016 March for Life, Page admits that she “truly hate[s] these people.”

Notice that Page did not merely disagree with the purpose of the March for Life, which is to protect the life of the unborn. No, she made it personal, expressing her hatred of pro-life men and women.

The media are not reporting on this at all. Why? One, as we have long known, most of the big media reporters and commentators are decidedly in the pro-abortion camp, and at least some of them share Page’s hatred for pro-life Americans. Two, it would not make their side look good to report it.

If someone in the Trump administration were caught saying that he
“truly hates these Planned Parenthood people,” it would surely be reported; some would call for that person to resign.

The FBI’s reputation has been seriously damaged over the past several months, and this only adds to it. This kind of rank partisanship is what we would expect from a law school chapter of the ACLU. That it is occurring at the FBI, in top-level positions, is a disgrace.

 

 

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2 comments on ““How the mighty have fallen”: The FBI no longer “in war and peace” but in adultery, anti-life and anti-Trump

  1. Claire Chretien

    Pro-lifers ask for meeting with FBI director over agents’ texts trashing March for Life

    WASHINGTON, D.C., February 14, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Pro-life activists are asking for a face-to-face meeting with FBI Director Christopher Wray after text messages between two disgraced FBI agents revealed they “truly hate” pro-lifers and wished for an excuse to cancel the 2016 March for Life.
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    “In light of these offensive texts, the pro-life movement has serious questions concerning the impartiality and credibility of the FBI toward our community,” says a letter the activists sent to Wray.
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    It was signed by Rev. Patrick Mahoney of the Christian Defense Coalition, Troy Newman of Operation Rescue, Mark Harrington of Created Equal, Father Terry Gensemer of CEC for Life, Larry Cirignano of the Children First Foundation, Lauren Handy of Mercy Missions, and Father Stephen Imbaratto of Priests for Life.
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    The text message exchange between FBI agent Peter Strzok and his mistress FBI attorney Lisa Page is below:
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    FBI agent Strzok: “F*cking marchers making traffic problems.”
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    FBI attorney Page: “Yeah, some extremely offensive video screens set up in front of district. I truly hate these people. No support for the woman who actually has to spend the rest of her life rearing this child, but we care about ‘life.’ Assholes.”
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    FBI agent Strzok: “…Hey, I have an idea! Snow emergency, cancel the permit.”
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    “Is there a culture of animosity toward the pro-life movement by the FBI?” the leaders asked in their letter. “Are there systematic prejudices by the FBI toward peaceful citizens who oppose the violence of abortion?”
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    “Imagine if it was said about the members of the LGBT community or the women’s marches that were just held in D.C.,” Mahoney, who read the letter outside the FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover building this morning, told LifeSiteNews.
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    “Could one imagine Rev. Jesse Jackson [or] Rev. Al Sharpton having a civil rights march in Washington, D.C. and members of the FBI calling them ‘f-ing marchers,’ calling them ‘assholes,’ saying, ‘oh, we would like to stop this event. Oh, we truly hate these people’?” he asked.
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    “We’re here to get assurances from Director Wray that there is not a systemic bias and bigotry against the pro-life community by the FBI,” Mahoney explained. “We definitely need those assurances” given the FBI is investigating Planned Parenthood and other abortion entities for trafficking aborted babies’ body parts.
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    “Can we really expect an honest and thorough and credible hearing?” Mahoney asked. “Who is overseeing this FBI investigation into Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers? Will it be fair? Will it be without prejudice? Will it not have this bias that we’ve seen from these two employees of the FBI?”
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    Strzok and Page used government equipment to exchange anti-Trump text messages during the 2016 presidential campaign. Strzok was part of the “Russia collusion” investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller but was dismissed when these texts came to light.
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    “When all of this broke concerning their comments about President Trump, there was the sense, is this just confined to the president? Are these feelings of animus and hatred and discrimination just localized to President Trump? And now we’re finding they’re not,” said Mahoney. “I can hardly think of a more terrifying prospect than having federal law enforcement biased and discriminatory against American citizens or groups.”
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    He said if the pro-life activists don’t get a meeting with Wray within a few weeks, they will try to meet with Attorney General Sessions instead.
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    “We’re also going to be meeting with members of the House Select Committee and the Intelligence Committee and Oversight Committee,” he said, and they plan to ask these Congressional committees for more details regarding the FBI’s investigation into Planned Parenthood.
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    “Director Wray, be assured the vast majority of the pro-life community respects and prays for the dedicated men and women of the FBI who put their lives on the line daily to ensure the rights and freedoms of all Americans are protected,” the letter concludes. “Our hope is through conversation and dialogue these bonds of respect and trust will be strengthened.”

  2. DC insiders have decades of experience dealing with pesky moralists. I will hope for the best but not expect anything to come of the efforts planned.

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