The possibility of members of the FBI actively engaging in bringing down the President is far more serious then Russian interference.
As for this secret society thing that Trey Gowdy was talking about in the video, I think this was a joke among two people. The secret society they were referring to was the #NeverTrump movement inside government.
It takes time to unravel a government and shadow government that have grown tentacles this large. But Trump loves this country, and he’s trying very hard to get us back to being competitive, innovative, and free from a tyrannical government. He is a flawed human being, but what’s going on in this country has been a growing disease that needed a firebrand to expose and explode it from the inside.
It was always going to be messy. There’s no clean way to do it. Trump wakes up every day and fights for our country. He’s lost almost everything because of it. But he said at the beginning, that stuff doesn’t matter anymore. The ONLY thing that matters is fighting for America First…which he is doing. Please support your president. He’s the last chance we have to avoid a civil war.
As for the “secret society,” I think a lot of what people are finding is taken out of context. Not that they are ignoring comments around it, but they do not know the mood or tone of these two. I think a lot of exaggeration, joking, and hyperbole is being taken seriously. I am just not convinced these two seriously intended to overthrow Trump.
Source: The Hill
Strzok, who spoke in openly derisive terms about Trump, served on both investigations before being removed by the Russia special counsel.
“[T]he day after the election…there is a text exchange between these two FBI agents, these supposed to be fact-centric FBI agents saying, ‘Perhaps this is the first meeting of the secret society,'” Gowdy said on Fox News’ “The Story with Martha MacCallum.”
“So I’m going to want to know what secret society you are talking about, because you’re supposed to be investigating objectively the person who just won the Electoral College,” he continued.
Gowdy also pointing to his concern about their mention of an “insurance policy” in their back-and-forth during the spring of 2016, a remark that has captured Republicans’ attention.
Special counsel Robert Mueller removed the agents from his team after news of their critical messages surfaced, but Republicans continue to argue the agents reveal a prejudice against Trump within the FBI.
Imagine if Mueller hadn’t charged two people with crimes unrelated to the election? Then he would have had nothing but the damaging texts.
The Papadopolous charge shows they have nothing related to their original intent of finding Russian collusion, or interference, or whatever. All they revealed was he tried to get the Trump campaign to bite his bait, but they never did.
Charging Manafort with a procedural violation (lying to the FBI) shows they, again, have nothing — but also the fact they are seemingly punishing Manafort for working for Trump. Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin were caught lying about Hillary’s private server during the FBI investigation, and nothing happened to them.
But of course, yall are so desperate in your attempt to toss Trump out you seem willing to believe such flights of fantasies about collusion in an election that Hillary lost because she was seen as a worse candidate than Trump.
Each day since the revelations about Trump tower being wiretapped has been one long march of shifting the goalposts in an ever-shifting attempt to deny what would be an unpardonable sin should a Republican President (like Nixon!) have done it. But Obama, Hillary, and company? They could engineer a humanitarian refugee crisis, and yall wouldn’t bat an eye.
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