Sean Hannity is a tireless supporter of truth and he smells a rat deep within the FBI. By now we all know the FBI and the deep state are out to get President Trump.
Thanks to some early, and to be honest naïve moves by inexperienced senior staffers like Jared Kushner, the FBI is in full conspiracy theory witch hunt mode.
They have the special prosecutor combing over almost every darn thing related to Trump and so far they got nothing but a few FARA registration issues.
Keep in mind the FARA issues also hit the Democrats and Podesta as well as half the swamp. It is a little-known fact that the swamp is awash in foreign lobbying money but for some reason, only Trump’s team is coming under fire?
Remember Bill Clinton and Al Gore and all that illegal Chinese money that poured into their re-election campaign?
I sure as heck do and most Americans do as well and are sick of the hypocrisy the left is using to dismantle a duly elected President.
And now we have a bombshell report from Sean Hannity that is exploding across the American consciousness as destroys the whole witch hunt into Trump.
According to Sean Hannity:
The Department of Justice finally handed-over a trove of messages exchanged between anti-Trump agents at the FBI over the weekend, but admitted it was unable to retrieve at least five months of texts due to “technical reasons.”
They can’t find the texts…the FBI??????
But it gets worse – guess which texts mysteriously disappeared?
“The department also said in a letter to lawmakers that its record of messages sent to and from the agent, Peter Strzok, was incomplete because the FBI, for technical reasons, had been unable to preserve and retrieve about five months’ worth of communications,” writes Yahoo! News.
Yep, that guy, the one who lost his job because of his biased texts were uncovered – basically, the only texts that matter the FBI can’t find?
Do you believe them? Wait until you hear their excuse and then decide:
The FBI claims the “missing texts” are a result of “misconfiguration issues related to rollouts, provisioning, and software upgrades that conflicted with the FBI’s collection capabilities.”