Democrats are the party of secrets and scandals.
During the 2016 election, Donald Trump shined the light on their shady ways.
And after over a year in office, the last thing the Democrats wanted you to see was just exposed.
When Donald Trump chose to run for office, the FBI became a weaponized force against him.
They were involved in gaining a FISA surveillance warrant against key members of Trump’s campaign team, refusing to prosecute Hillary Clinton, and leading the partisan Russia investigation against Trump.
While the FBI has attempted to claim that they don’t hold any anti-Trump leanings, there has always been speculation.
And as time has gone by, that speculation has been fueled by evidence to the point that it isn’t highly contested.
The biggest bit of proof came from the text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and his lover Lisa Page.
Those texts were sent during the investigation into possible collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russia.
The text exchanges were extremely anti-Trump, creating a conflict of interest for an FBI agent who was involved in working in Trump’s administration, and in investigating the President.
Many of the text messages have been released, but there was a large amount of them that had not yet been released.
That changed last week when the Department of Justice released the rest of the missing text messages.
As reported by The Daily Caller:
“The Daily Caller News Foundation has obtained the missing text messages the Department of Justice released to members of Congress between two former FBI employees who were highly critical of President Donald Trump.
The text messages are between FBI special agent Peter Strzok and FBI counsel Lisa Page, who were in an ongoing, intimate relationship. The Justice Department was able to recover the text messages, which were exchanged between Dec. 16, 2017 and May 23, 2017, after they were believed to be missing from a technological failure on the part of FBI-issued cell phones.
What the Justice Department released Thursday evening comprises 49 pages, or around 300 text messages.
Many of the text messages in the 49 page release are shorthand and are not entirely clear to the outside interpreter. The congressional committees that obtained the messages Thursday will likely siphon through them to see if, as GOP lawmakers currently believe, there is any evidence of political bias on the part of Strozk and Page.
Strzok was the chief investigator during the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and, notably, watched over the FBI’s investigation into Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election.”
The text messages are something that Democrats surely wanted to keep under wraps.
They have continually tried to destroy theories that the FBI is leaning against Trump.
These messages prove differently.
You can read the newly released text messages below: