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    FBI Agents Strzok, Page Felt 'Pressure' to Close Clinton Investigation

    THeir own texts prove that they covered up for Hillary and hated trump. When this is all said and done, it will prove all this was a democrat coup attempt.

    Theyre all scared of trump because he doesnt play the democrat republican game, he sticks it right in their ass's regularly


    The thousands of text messages exchanged by FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page -- both involved in the Clinton email investigation, and later the Trump-Russia investigation -- reveal Strzok's and Page's disdain for Donald Trump and their support for Clinton -- even before the Clinton email investigation concluded.

    On May 2, 2016, still primary season, Peter Strzok wrote to Lisa Page, "I have my standing MidYear at 9:10, but should be fast."

    "MidYear" or "MYE" stands for MidYear Exam, the name the FBI gave to the Clinton email investigation. Strzok was the lead investigator, and in that message, he is talking about a meeting.

    Two days later, on May 4, Page told Strzok that Sen. Ted Cruz had just dropped out of the Republican primary race. "It's going to be a Clinton Trump race. Unbelievable," Page wrote to Strozk.

    "What?!?!??" Strzok replied.

    "Now the pressure really starts to finish MYE ..." Strzok texted.

    "It sure does," Page replied.





    Disdain for Trump, while investigating Clinton

    A month later, on June 12, 2016, the two FBI agents, who were having an extramarital affair, were discussing the case of two high school valedictorians who admitted they were in the country illegally.

    One of them was admitted to Yale University, and Strzok was agreeing with Page that the two girls "fully deserve" to go to college, to "demonstrate the absolute bigoted nonsense of Trump."

    "Truly," Strzok added. As part of this exchange on the valedictorians, Strzok told Page that he had started to read an article she'd sent him. "And while i hate Trump, part of me thought (redacted) would not/may not get into (redacted) because they're white and not from buttf*ck Texas."



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