The texts between the two FBI officials, deputy director of counter-intelligence Peter Strzok and his mistress, FBI lawyer, Lisa Page have revealed a lot of bombshell information indicating bias and FBI using Democratic propaganda to spy on the Trump team. But one of the other things it has revealed is just how nasty and bigoted they can be against people with whom they disagree, some ethnic groups and even Chelsea Clinton.
Some of their less than wonderful comments?
They spoke of the “sleazy Romanians” who were “Not even gypsies.” Then there was the “crookedness of the Russians,” not to mention the “entitledness of the Italians.”
Then there were those with whom they politically disagreed.
Throughout the primary and general elections, Strzok and Page repeatedly demonstrated hostility to then-candidate Trump and Republicans in general. Page called Trump a “loathsome human,” before writing “I can not [sic] believe Donald Trump is likely to be an actual, serious candidate for president.” Strzok called Trump “an idiot” and opined Clinton “should win 100,000,000 – 0.” Strzok and Page also used expletives to describe Trump. Page also expressed disdain for Americans participating in the 2016 March for Life, writing that she “truly hate[s] these people.” Strzok called Virginians who apparently voted against FBI Deputy Director McCabe’s wife for a local Senate seat “ignorant hillbillys [sic].” These statements raise questions about whether personal political bias may have affected the FBI’s investigation.
Maybe before you call people “hillbillies,” you should learn how to spell the word?
They should be canned just for how they talk about the citizens they’re supposed to be serving, especially those with whom they politically disagree.
While they frequently expressed their affection or admiration for Hillary Clinton and their desire to see her prevail in the presidential election, that didn’t stop them from being nasty toward Chelsea Clinton.
As noted by The Daily Caller, Strzok was very critical of Chelsea’s voice during her speech at the Democratic National Committee convention in July.
In a text message dated July 29, 2016, Strzok texted Page, “Chelsea was awful. Tried to do Bills up close sharing. Didn’t come across as genuine. Plus, she has a HORRIBLE billy goat speech tic.”
A video was uploaded to YouTube featuring Chelsea’s speech at the convention, where she can be heard several times making odd noises.
That wasn’t the only insult that they leveled at Chelsea Clinton.
Strzok told Page he didn’t “like” Chelsea because he thought she was “self-entitled” and “feels she deserves something she hasn’t earned.”
That’s likely not going to endear them to some liberals.
They may have a bit of a point with that one. Even the Clinton crowd said that in the Podesta emails. Doug Band who was in charge over at the Clinton Foundation basically said the same thing, and in an email, accused her of living off her parents and money from the Foundation.
That said, on a relative scale, the insults were nothing like how they disparaged Trump and how much they didn’t want him to win.
[Note: This post was written by Nick Arama]