The FBI grossly Trump voters slams as ” poor, middle class, uneducated, lazy, POS,’ IG report

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Three takeaways from the IG report

After an 18-month investigation by the FBI and DOJ, Hillary Clinton probe, the long-awaited report from the justice Department inspector General Michael Horowitz. Here is a look at the three largest snack stalls.

An unidentified FBI employee Trump voters described as “uneducated” and “lazy POS” on the day after the 2016 presidential elections, according to the justice Department watchdog’s bombshell report about the Hillary Clinton E-Mail inquiry.

Was the employee responding to instant messages from “the FBI-lawyer 2,” whom the DOJ inspector General Michael Horowitz, one of five FBI was given staff action on politically sensitive messages, were referred for investigation and possible disciplinary.

Horowitz said a lawyer had been assigned 2 to the Clinton investigation “at the beginning of 2016.” About a year later, the report by lawyer 2 said was made, the “primary FBI agent” assigned to Russia for investigation.


On the morning of Nov. 9, 2016, lawyer 2 notification, the employee, adjusted: “I’m so stressed out about what I done differently could have.”

The employee replied: “no stress. None of what is an obvious reference to the FBI investigation of Clinton was”. If the lawyer said: “I know it. We broke the momentum,” the staff replied: “This is not so.”

“All the people that wouldn’t initially vote for you, and were not swayed by a decision by the FBI,” the employee wrote. “Trump’s followers are all poor, middle class, uneducated, lazy, POS, think he will magically grant you to do jobs for nothing. You do not knew not, watch the debates, are fully trained on its policies, and wrapped in his are stupid and served with enthusiasm.”

“POS” is an acronym that usually means “piece[s] of s—.”

“Lawyer 2” later notification of the staff employed: “I’m just only destroyed on the ground. I can not switch off wait until I can leave, today and easy, the world for the next four days.”

He later added: “I just can’t imagine that the systematic dismantling of the progress that we have in the last 8 years. [The Affordable Care Act] is gone. Who knows whether the rhetoric about the deportation of people, walls and crap is true. I honestly feel it is much more gun problems, even the crazy finally won. This is the tea-party-on-steroids. And the GOP is lost, you need to come up with an incumbent in 4 years We have to fight this again. [Vice President Mike] Pence, this is stupid.”

When asked about the news, “lawyer 2” said that the two were “just about our personal feelings … between friends.” He also said the watchdog, “said so, what would I have done differently” – message, the length of time to check the investigators took Clinton’s E-Mails found referred to that of former Congressman Anthony Weiner ‘ s laptop.

“[I]f we would have opened, for a couple of weeks earlier, in contrast to back then, two weeks before the election, I think, you know, it would be more time for the FBI actions,, and, and, and, and necessary investigations to occur to allow the public the chance to have their own [decisions].”

Nov. 9 exchange of messages was one of the three, the Horowitz characterized as raising “concerns of potential bias” on the part of the attorney “2.”

A further exchange took place on Oct. 28, 2016, the day then-FBI Director James Comey informed the Congress, that he had been found, the re-opening of the Clinton-E-Mail investigation, E-Mails, on Weiner’s laptop. According to Horowitz, the lawyer news staff, according to Comey’s letter as “the destruction of the Republic.”send to four separate FBI

“I mean, I’ve never actually read the Republic, anyway,” the lawyer messaged liked two different FBI employees, while a message to a third party: “When I initiated the destruction of the Republic…. Would you be so kind, a Cup of coffee with me this afternoon?” To read a fourth message: “I’m holding on to small pockets of happiness in a dark time, the destruction of the Republic.”

During the interrogation by the inspector general’s office, attorney 2, described in the language in the Oct. 28 messages as “hyperbolic” and “off-the-cuff comment to friends.” He also denied that his “personal political feelings or beliefs” played a role in his work on the Clinton or Russia investigation.

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