Former Secret Service Agent: Trump Dossier May Be the ‘Insurance Policy’ to Cover Up Illegal Spying on Trump Campaign

Guest post by Joe Hoft

Fox News asked in a report “Why did Strzok need an insurance policy against Trump?”  According to one expert we may soon find out that the insurance policy was the dossier that was needed to cover up illegally spying on Trump should Hillary not win the election.

Peter Strzok, the criminal and crooked FBI Agent is still employed by the FBI in its Human Resources Department.

Strzok was the lead investigator on the criminal Mueller investigation into the alleged Trump – Russia connection.  After a year of work by the crooked Mueller team there is no connection between Russia and Trump.  However, text messages were found between Strzok and his girlfriend in the DOJ where he texted, “In case Trump wins, we need an insurance policy against him”.

Reportedly because of his bias, Mueller removed Strzok from the investigation.  But Mueller never reported this to Congress for months, and his entire team  is a who’s who of Hillary and Obama cronies.  There must be more to it.

Former Secret Service Agent, Dan Bonjino, was on Fox and Friends Sunday and he offered the most reasonable explanation for what Strzok was referring to as his ‘insurance policy’.  Bonjino stated –

I think America needs to prepare itself for the idea that this entire thing was a sting against the Trump team the entire time and that the dossier was just cover for it.”

The DNC, Obama, the Clintons, Obama’s FBI and DOJ, the Mueller Investigation are all corrupt and criminal organizations.

Let’s hope that good people in our government stand up and bring these criminals to justice.



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