Out of a reported 10,000 texts between senior, adulterous Justice Department/FBI officials Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, Strzok's "insurance policy" text is naturally attracting considerable attention -- although noticeably not in the New York Times and assorted media followers who set course by it.
Predictably, neither is Peter Strzok's mention of the "Espionage Machine Party."
Then again, the "Espionage Machine Party" has yet to get its due anywhere.
The concept emerges during a texting of the minds, Strzok's and Page's.
It is March 4, 2016. Strzok is leading the FBI
investigation whitewash cover-up of the Hillary Clinton email server scandal (and emoting to yon paramour Page, "God Hillary should win. 100,000,000-0."). He seems to tease Page (who has just texted, re Trump, "This man cannot be president"), when he texts her back that he might vote for "him" -- meaning, I assume, Trump.
Probably referring to a recent GOP debate, Strzok explains:
"He" -- Trump, it seems -- "was pretty much calling for death for Snowden. I'm a single-issue voter. ;) Espionage Machine Party."
Death for Snowden. Single-issue voter. Wink. The Espionage Machine Party.
Given what we know of Strzok's central role in preserving Hillary Clinton's political viability, and, later, seemingly an equally aggressive part, via the DNC/British/Kremlin "dossier," in deploying the organs of the surveillance state against Donald Trump and his team, this notion of the Espionage Machine Party, wink aside, is a mindset well worth exploring. Don't be surprised to bump into the Deep State and Strzok's "insurance policy" along the way.
We, the People? The security-state-niks are in charge. There must be a legion of Espionage Machine Party hacks, living off of the American taxpayer, that has readily accepted as its mission the destruction of the Trump presidency and the electoral process itself.
Who leads this "party" of neo-apparatchiks? Where does its agenda come from?
Has there been a greater peril to our remnant Republic? I can't think of one. Judicial Watch's Tom Fitton is entirely correct to see in this emerging fusion of state security and state power certain aspects of the KGB. It's a messier type of KGB, an improvising type of KGB, a surveillance state driven to unexpected extremes due to the advent of the impossible: the victory of Donald Trump. If we were now living under Queen Hillary, every clue would have long been submerged in the dankest deep of the Swamp. No doubt, we would be greatly frustrated and deeply uneasy about the state of the state, but we would probably still be missing the core of the emerging nightmare: that US security organs, sword and shield style, are dedicated to preserving the ruling party, not the rule of law.