Mueller attorney sent anti-trump tweets, “Vive le resistance”

If there is any conspiracy surrounding the White House it now clearly appears to be people in the deep state working against a duly elected president, not Russia colluding with Trump. (At least that’s sure what it looks like.) We just keep learning more and more.

We all know people who have lost it with Trump. I am unsure where this boogeyman image comes from, why some are so viscerally hateful of the man. It is deep and it is just strange. And in the weeks and months after the election I’ll bet all sorts of people did things they thought were justified but were highly unethical, and perhaps illegal.

The deal is this – The people who hate Trump honestly think they are righteous in their anger. They really, honestly do. They seriously, even at this point think that their post election temper tantrum and ongoing hatred was/is justified.

It isn’t and wasn’t and lots of people may have compromised themselves in their unbridled rage in the months after Trump won.

Those choices may have consequences going forward. Trump was a duly elected president and some sought to undermine the peaceful transition of power. 

And by the way, the whole “resistance” thing is absurd. This isn’t Vichy France. There’s nothing romantic about slapping a bumper sticker on the back of your Prius. Clinton was a corporate hack who lost. The Dems nominated the wrong person. Sorry. She lost. That’s it.

(From The Daily Caller)

An FBI attorney who worked on the special counsel’s Russia investigation until earlier this year sent anti-Trump text messages to a colleague, including one exclaiming: “Viva le Resistance.”

The attorney’s comments are revealed in a Justice Department inspector general’s report released on Thursday.

The lawyer is not identified, but he worked on the Hillary Clinton email investigation and was the FBI’s lead attorney on the investigation into Russian election interference. He was assigned to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation soon after it began in May 2017 and left in late February of this year after some of his private messages were shared with the special counsel.

The inspector general’s report focuses on instant messages that the attorney exchanged with a colleague about the Clinton and Russia probes.

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