Fired Peter Strzok may be the tip of the iceberg when it come to political bias on the Mueller team.
The Mueller team fired an investigator because it came out that he sent anti-Trump texts to his girlfriend. But he may be only a small part of the problem. If that is true, then perhaps he was fired for getting caught rather than for being vociferously anti-Trump. And maybe the motive for firing him was to give the impression that the rest of the Mueller team was not as biased. And maybe that is a false impression.
Days after it emerged that former Special Counsel investigator Peter Strzok was fired from Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia probe in August for sending anti-Trump text messages to his mistress while the two were working together on the Clinton email investigation, Sara Carter of Circa told a Fox News panel that there are more anti-Trump messages sent by Mueller’s team floating around.
Carter previously emerged as one of the handful of people to review documents obtained by an undercover FBI informant embedded in the Russian uranium industry. Appearing on Hannity’s show Monday night, Carter was asked about rumors of more anti-Trump sentiment expressed by Mueller’s team:
Sean Hannity: “I’m hearing rumors all over the place Sara Carter that there are other anti-Trump text-emails out there. And we know about them.”
Sara Carter: “I think you’re hearing correctly Sean and I think a lot more is going to come out. In fact, I know a lot more is going to come out based on the sources I’ve spoken to.”
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