The Deep State players in the FBI left a clue of their plans when they called what they were doing an ‘Insurance Policy’. Their plans were to catch President Trump obstructing their fraudulent investigation. But the President outsmarted them and by not obstructing ended their soft coup!
As previously reported, a portion of the approximately 10,000 texts messages sent between FBI agent Peter Strzok and lawyer Lisa Page were released in 2017. Among the messages is an exchange revealing Strzok and Page discussed an ‘insurance policy,’ against a Trump presidency.
The text from Peter Strzok to Lisa Page said this:
I want to believe the path u threw out 4 consideration in Andy’s office-that there’s no way he gets elected-but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk.It’s like an insurance policy in unlikely event u die be4 you’re 40.”
There has been much speculation as to what exactly the insurance policy was that Strzok and Page were discussing. Some suspect that it was the fake dossier created by former MI6 Agent and Trump hater Christopher Steele that the FBI used to obtain the warrant to spy on the Trump campaign and administration via a Carter Page warrant.
Others suggest that the insurance policy may have been the Mueller investigation. It may have been all of the above that were created to take the focus off of Obama’s crimes and the Deep State.
But what we believe is that the ‘insurance policy’ most likely was the attempt to frame the President and lure him into an obstruction charge.
This makes sense when you review the activities that led up to today. For starters, Obama’s Deep State and its leaders in the FBI, DOJ, State Department and CIA were all working overtime to obtain the FISA warrant to spy on Trump. Hillary Clinton was tied to the Uranium One scandal and she was also skating by after the bogus investigation into her emails. Obama and Hillary had to do something so they decided to go on the attack and frame Donald Trump.
They started by spying on candidate Trump and his team. They did this across Europe and in the United States. They even spied on Trump in Trump Tower in New York City. But President Trump found this out and tweeted about it in the first months of his administration –
Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017
Next the Deep State set in motion the most corrupt actions in US history. They fed fake news to the media who gladly repeated it. All of it was anti-Trump propaganda. They leaked information to the press, some real and much fake, that added to the media’s Trump frenzy.
They used the US Intel apparatus to spy on the President and his team. The next big move was to get the President’s Attorney General to recuse himself from just about everything and then encourage the DOJ to hire their corrupt guy to run the DOJ, Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy AG. Rosenstein did a masterful job in redacting anything that Congress would ask for related to their coup, so much so that he was soon known as Rod Redactenstein.
Rosenstein’s major move though was to create the Mueller Special Counsel. But what’s most telling is the manner in which they did this and nearly every criminal action that they took that followed.
Mueller and his team were as conflicted as any gang in US history. They all were related to the Hillary campaign, gave money to her campaign or both. These people were more conflicted than any group in history. They should have never been put together. This was part of the Deep State’s tactics, to make the team so incredibly conflicted that Trump would have to intervene, but he did not.
Mueller was conflicted as well. He had a conflict with Trump in the past and the President suggested that he be replaced according to the Mueller report. But Mueller was never replaced.
The investigation was not based on a crime, which is required by law. The President had every right to fight the legitimacy of the investigation based on this or the fact that the scope of the investigation was broader than the law permits. But the President did not take this to court. The truth is the President could have argued the legitimacy of the investigation on numerous counts, but he did not.
The Mueller team obtained documents from the Trump team related to his transition. This was in spite of the Trump team providing the Mueller investigation everything they asked for. This was a material breach of trust and an act that questioned the Special Counsel’s legitimacy again. The material used from this was arguably tainted (fruit from the poisonous tree) but Trump never took this to court.
The Mueller team questioned the President’s White House Council for hours. This took could have been stopped by the President at any time claiming an executive privilege but he did not stop it. The President never once claimed executive privilege throughout the entire ordeal.
They next went after the President’s personal attorney. To hell with attorney – client privilege! They raided his place in the early morning hours and took information that was used against the attorney for things not even closely related to the investigation.
The set up and indicted the President’s ally and friend General Mike Flynn. They did the same with other individuals who worked with the President, some working for free like George Papadopoulos.
They brought crimes to the court for Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, the whole time ignoring that Manafort worked with Hillary’s Campaign Manager, John Podesta. They ignored all of Hillary’s crimes.
They went after the President’s son, Don Jr, and set him up with some Russians during the campaign. They held him for hours answering questions related to this set up. They threatened indicting younger Don and the President did not obstruct!