The FBI is a breeding ground for deep state agents to join the anti-Trump resistance.
There are even FBI agents who went so far that they had to be fired.
And the FBI just revealed a jaw-dropping fact about one of those deep state agents.
The FBI keeps finding itself involved in anti-Trump schemes.
Despite Trump being their boss at the end of the day, many agents who served under former President Obama are still loyal to his agenda.
Strzok, along with his extramarital lover, and fellow FBI agent Lisa Page, were exchanging anti-Trump text messages while involved in potentially partisan investigations.
Strzok had vital roles in both the short-lived investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server and at the start of the investigation into the Russia collusion hoax.
So he is far from a nobody and was wielding a lot of power while sending these anti-Trump text messages.
It is clear his loyalty to former President Obama is more important than his actual duty in his position.
But as it turns out, there is a deeper secret about Strzok not revealed until recent days.
During closed-door testimony in 2018, a top FBI official made shocking claims about Strzok relating to his extra-marital relationship with Page.
Bill Priestap, the FBI’s assistant director for counterintelligence, spoke of the affair, discussing the first time he confronted Strzok about it.
Priestap explains the affair was first spread around the office as a rumor, eventually leading to him informing Strzok of the rumors going around.
Following this revelation, a Congressional staffer asked Priestap if the affair would make Strzok vulnerable to an intelligence service.
“In my opinion, yes,” he replied, adding later that “if that was going on that potentially makes them vulnerable.”
This means that, because Strzok is engaging in an affair, and it is something suspected by many in his office already, foreign intelligence agencies could use that to their advantage.
There is likely nothing Strzok was fearing more than his affair being revealed to his wife.
So with that knowledge, a foreign intelligence agency could blackmail him for information.
Strzok is highly connected, being much more than a minor figure in the FBI.
As deputy chief of the counterintelligence division, he directed operation “Crossfire Hurricane,” which is the FBI investigation into potential collusion that predates Mueller’s special counsel investigation.
This is something he was doing during the same period he was sending anti-Trump text messages.
So he was attacking his boss, while investigating whether or not his boss was colluding with a foreign government to get his job.
And to top it off, he was also having an affair that was public enough that a superior of his had to confront him about it.
All of these together make his firing from the FBI clear.
But his firing was well after these events.
Do you think Strzok should have been fired immediately after the anti-Trump text messages came to light?
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