Investigative reporter, Sara Carter, who works for Circa made an appearance on Fox News this week with some interesting insight from her sources within the FBI.
As the investigation into bias and corruption within the FBI continues, each new day brings more intrigue. The latest happened early this week when the FBI announced that they had “lost” 5 months worth of text messages between lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Where are the 50,000 important text messages between FBI lovers Lisa Page and Peter Strzok? Blaming Samsung!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 24, 2018
Thankfully, a few days later the Inspector General at the Department of Justice announced that his team had recovered the messages that the FBI said were lost forever.
The entire scandal has rocked the FBI and it seems that some agents are wondering the same thing that we average American citizens are… how do these two liars/cheats still have a job?
Here’s what Carter had to say:
“I’m concerned that they’re still working at the FBI. I’m hearing from my sources, too. FBI agents are saying, ‘Why are they still there?’
The Lovebirds. They were having an affair, they were both married, they’re working counter-intelligence. That’s enough for blackmail. Now they’re sending text messages on an unsecured phone. Believe me, the Germans, the Russians, the Israelis, everybody is going into those phones and trying to suck out all the information they have.”
I didn’t even consider that angle, because I was so focused on the fact that a faction of government agents could be working for one party against the other. But it’s seriously terrifying when you think about it. These two, high-level agents, were using unsecure technology while engaging in an affair (both were married to other people), and they were opening themselves up to blackmail from our friends and enemies. Shouldn’t this be grounds enough for their firing? Is risking national security no longer a problem at the FBI?
Why do these people still have jobs?