Well, looks like Sean Hannity called it.
The Department of Justice has located the missing texts exchanged between compromised FBI agent Peter Strzok and his mistress, lawyer Lisa Page.
On his Fox News show last night, Hannity said that sources informed him that the DOJ had the means to recover the texts. It looks like he was right.
The breaking news comes via the Washington Examiner,
The Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz told Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, and Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., Thursday he located the missing text messages from a critical five-month period between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who both expressed anti-Trump sentiments.
These texts have been subject to much speculation in recent days. And for good cause. The time period gap stretched from December of 2016 to May of 2017. It ends the very day Robert Mueller began his investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.
That was coincidental enough. But the previous remarks made by Strzok and Page hint at a virulent anti-Trump bias held by many members in the top echelons of the FBI. That’s why a number of Republican lawmakers, including Senator Ron Johnson and Representative Trey Gowdy, have been trying to track down the exact nature of these texts and what they can tell us about possible subversion by the U.S. government of a private citizen’s campaign for president.
Now, we have to wait and see what these texts reveal. No doubt, Republicans in Congress will comb over them, picking out any relevant information related to possible FBI corruption.
At the end of this, we should know for sure if top officials in the FBI truly worked to subvert Donald Trump in his quest for the presidency.
Buckle up now, this could be a bumpy ride.
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