President Trump has been in office for a year. The Russia collusion probe has been in progress that entire time. And still nothing.
We are asked by the left to believe something that is incredible: That the massive intelligence and investigatory powers of the US government cannot find, in over a year, the incriminating evidence liberals insist exists against Trump.
The more reasonable conclusion to draw is that there is nothing incriminating to be found. And the good news is that the Russia probe might be about to meet its end. It turns out that the FBI has given President Trump evidence that suggests that this probe was nothing more than a politically-motivated scheme.
“The latest news that five months’ worth of text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and DOJ attorney Lisa Page is sure to make supporters of President Donald Trump continue to claim that the Russia investigation is a politically-motivated scheme. More importantly, however, Trump’s lawyers will now be able to do the same.
“Strzok has already been outed as anti-Trump, leading to his dismissal from the probe, and his past communications with Page showed a potential Justice Department bias towards Hillary Clinton. The fact that now nearly half a year’s worth of text messages between Strzok and Page during the time leading up to Robert Mueller‘s appointment as Special Counsel weren’t preserved by the Justice Department will surely fuel motions from Team Trump’s lawyers against the investigation.”
Again, we are being asked by liberals to believe something that is very improbable: That the FBI “lost” evidence critical to this investigation. In this case, half a year of text messages.
And we already have evidence of some shady actions relating to the Department of Justice and the Clinton campaign.
“Months of text messages don’t just accidentally disappear. One past conversation between Strzok and Page indicated that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch knew there would be no charges filed against Clinton well before that investigation ended. Given the significant evidence of impropriety in the Clinton case, a foregone conclusion of innocence before the FBI wrapped up their investigation looks shady at best. Trump’s lawyers will surely argue that after those messages came to light, the DOJ intentionally ‘lost’ those five months’ worth of other messages.” [Emphasis added.]
The politicization of justice is never a good thing. Defendants are innocent or guilty based on the facts of the case, not on their political persuasions. To breech this rule is to turn the pursuit of justice into a witch-hunt. And the side-effect of that is the people losing respect for their justice system.
The Russia probe was not intended to become a permanent investigation. There would be no failure on the part of Mr. Mueller were he to announce that he has exhausted all avenues and has found no wrongdoing. And in doing so, he would be saving the taxpayers a lot of time and a lot of money by calling this witch-hunt off.
However, it’s becoming more evident that Mueller is a part of this politically-charged investigation. And now, President Trump’s legal team will have what is needed to bring this ordeal to an end.
Source: Law & Crime