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DeSantis wants the IG to “nail’ Comey, McCabe, Strzok
House Republicans, says the former FBI officials should be held accountable for misconduct.
Trump-bashing FBI agent Peter Strzok and former bureau attorney Lisa page your working used cell phones to hide their extramarital affair from their spouses, after the bomb, a report published on Thursday by the Department of justice inspector general.
“The predominant reason for this is that we communicated about our work-phones, as we tried to keep our affair a secret from our spouses,” the IG said.
Page, who worked as a consultant for the FBI, admitted to the DOJ inspector General Michael Horowitz that you and Strzok used the Clinton email probe, as a cover for their communication.
On 1. April 2016, the IG writes, page texted Strzok, “So you see, you say that we are the text on this phone, if we are talking about hillary, because it can’t be traced, they were just venting bc they feel bad that you’re gone so much, but it can’t be helped.”
In the explanation of the text-page, the IG said the message “follow us personally on our personal cell phones, and his wife asking what he was doing. And so my saying “they don’t Tell you that we are talking about Hillary’ in fact, because we are talking about Hillary, but you have to come up with an explanation for him to have his wife with respect, why we were on the phone.”
The messages were just some of the 50,000 texts between the couple, later working for a time on Special Counsel Robert Mueller probe of Russian interference in the elections of 2016.
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In August 2016, the IG notes, Strzok sworn page that you “stop” Trump for President, to find although the IG that the political prejudices of corrupted specific investigative decisions in the Clinton probe.
Trump is not “ever to be President, right? Right?!” Page texted Strzok,.
“No. No he is not. We will finish it,” Strzok answered.
The lovers exchanged numerous other anti-Trump lyrics, the Strzok dubs is during the investigation in the run-up to the presidential election, including one in the page, calls Trump a “disgusting people” and others, in which him an “idiot”.
But page insisted that they had to separate their personal views from the study.
“I don’t think I’ve said the feeling I’m doing something wrong,” Page. “I’m an American. We have the First Amendment. I am entitled to an opinion. … I did not see it that way, I can still see them as so separate from the investigative activities, we were in the, in the middle of the [Clinton-probe] that I really think about it, to be honest with you.”
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In the report, Horowitz said that law enforcement authorities like the FBI can impose sanctions for mimndestens of employees, engaged in certain political activities that jeopardize the appearance of integrity in an investigation.
“While these employees do not surrender their First Amendment rights, if you were hired by the FBI, Supreme Court decisions make it clear that the FBI retain the authority primarily as a law enforcement Agency — to impose some restrictions on its employee’s speech in the interest of providing more effective
and efficient government,” Horowitz writes.
Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.