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Russia probe flashback: 7 the way of the FBI’s actions triggered bias questions

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The conclusion of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller the investigation and his determination that no evidence supported has stimulated the demands of the Trump-Russia agreement, calls from the President Trump allies to closely examine the probe’s origins date back to the FBI.

Trump, for his part, the so-called “look in” those who had created a “false narrative” sparks of the investigation. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., has already vowed to look into the FBI actions.

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Here are just seven of the FBI’s actions and comments are, in the controversial text messages that raised questions about the impartiality of the probe.

FBI Director of studies of the texts ‘we ll stop’ Trump

On Aug. 8, 2016, FBI lawyer, Lisa page, texted her lover, Peter Strzok, who was responsible for the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton and later worked on the Russia-probe: “[trumpet] don’t ever become President, right? Right?!”

Strzok responded to his FBI-issued no set work phone:”. No he is not. We will stop it.”

The text was his own before the inspector General in the U.S. Department of justice, to discover after the FBI failed, the message on his.

The IG report was heavily over Strzok text.

“It is not only indicative of a biased state of mind, but also and more seriously, imply the readiness of the authorities to take measures to the impact of the presidential candidate’s election prospects,” the IG report stated.

The inspector general’s office also Strzok asked for his response.

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“If not prompted to say this text message, Strzok, that he would send not remember specifically, but that he believed that it was intended to soothe-and to suggest page, Trump would not be elected, he would do anything to influence the investigation,” the report States.

Strzok later told the House Judiciary Committee that he thought the Americans would stop trump in 2016.

Strzok, Russia investigation calls for ‘insurance’ in case the Trump wins

In an Aug. 15, 2016-text-message, Strzok Page said: “I want to believe … that there is no way Trump will be elected—but I’m afraid we can’t take the risk. It is like insurance in the unlikely event that you die before you are 40.”

Critics say that the text implies Strzok wanted the investigation to hurt Trump to win if he were.

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Strzok said the IG, and the House Judiciary Committee that his text meant an investigation should happen immediately.

“The word ‘insurance’ was just saying that while the polls or the people think it is less likely that the then-candidate, trump is selected, it will not affect … and we do our job responsibly,” Strzok said the House Judiciary Committee.

Strzok known 2017 ‘there is no large there are’ in Russian, agreement

Despite calling the Russia situation, the “insurance” and pressed for more vigorous investigation, which shows a text from may 17, 2017 Strzok had doubts.

In the texts to the side, Strzok asked whether he should participate Müller, the team is investigating Trump, and Russia, because: “you and I both know that the odds are nothing. If I thought there was probably no question would be me. I hesitate in part because my gut sense, and concern there are no major there.”

Asked by the general inspector about this text, Strzok said he was only in the question of whether collusion has been coordinated or is only “a bunch of opportunists.”

Strzok, ultimately, the team was investigating the trump card before it is removed and then fired, after the IG report, according to his texts.

FBI lawyer proposes, a small team interview Clinton because “she may be our next President”

In February 2016, while Hillary Clinton was under investigation for improper handling of classified information, the Department of Justice, four attorneys wanted to question Clinton.

But FBI-attorney-side called both Strzok and then-FBI assistant Director Andrew McCabe that only two DOJ people are sent.

To keep “our best reason, the line at 2 and 2: they could be declared our next President,” page McCabe via text. “The last thing we need is, we’re loaded for bear, if it is not operationally necessary… This is as much about reputation protection than anything else.”

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The inspector general’s office asked page, and reported that they said to you, “while” it is irrelevant whether or not [Clinton]…or not the President will be…if you wanted to become President, I don’t want to, that you are left with a feeling that…, the FBI marched with an army of 50 to me to interview.'”

Page and the others do not appear to Express similar concerns about trump feelings, when his turn came for the examination.

Ultimately, all four DOJ prosecutors were allowed to interview Clinton, brought nine of their own lawyers to the interview.

The inspector general also found several pro-Clinton-texts that other FBI quips employees sent from work phones, “I’m with her,” and “ready to interview” the President, even though Clinton had not won the election yet.

McCabe compares Trump ‘Mafia’ for the questions of whether he should give that speech to the FBI

McCabe, of the versions in his book and in the press, said that Trump asked him if he made a speech to the FBI agents, according to James Comey had been released as FBI Director, and as McCabe to fill in for him.

Trump asked both McCabe and his chief counsel Don McGahn, if such a speech would be helpful.

While McCabe, he told Trump, such a speech would be in order, he later wrote that Trump reminded the question was really him on “a case with the Russian Mafia, if I sent a man I call Big, and Felix meeting with a Mafia boss… The same type of thing was happening here.”

“The President and his men have been added to tried to work me the way a criminal brigade would operate,” McCabe.

The FBI is calling in the trump card won

The inspector General report found an exchange between FBI employees on their work phones from Nov. 9, just after the election.

“I said stop crying”, an unknown FBI employees.

“That makes me even more sad… I replied stop, to emphasize what I done differently could have,” an unidentified FBI lawyer.

FBI-employees of Trump Fans calling all the poor middle class,’ ‘lazy POS”

The same FBI employees, will not be discussed wines after the election, also an FBI-issued device direct class-based contempt for trump supporters: “Trump’s followers are to think of all the poor, middle class, uneducated, lazy, POS, and he will magically grant you to do jobs for nothing.”

Peter Strzok used a similar language, namely, in a text: “Just a southern Virginia Walmart went. I could SMELL, the Trump-support….”

Maxim Lott is the Executive Producer of Stossel TV and Creator ElectionBettingOdds.com. He can be reached on Twitter at @MaximLott.

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