COLUMBUS – Not only did FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page despise President Donald Trump, recently released declassified FBI texts show they also despised prolifers, a national prolife group is claiming.
"I truly hate these people," Lisa Page wrote to Strzok on the day of the 2016 Right to Life DC march.
"F#cking marchers making traffic problems," Strzok responded.
Not only do the FBI's Strzok and Page texts contain evidence of their attempts to influence the outcome of a presidential election, but textx sent during the 2016 March for Life also demonstrate hatred for anti-abortion activists and a desire to abuse their authority to "cancel the permit" for the pro-life event in Washington, DC.
The FBI's Strzok and Page are rabid abortion advocates who discussed using their authority to stop our JumboTron screens
from showing abortion victims.
The opposition research firm Fusion GPS was hired by Planned Parenthood in 2015 to perform a "forensic analysis" on the undercover videos released by the Center for Medical Progress. The videos showed evidence that Planned Parenthood was involved in the illegal trafficking of aborted baby remains and other crimes.
That "analysis" falsely stated that the recordings had been deceptively edited and were not reliable as evidence in court.
"From the unwillingness to investigate Planned Parenthood's baby body part scandal to these new troubling revelations, there is emerging evidence of institutional corruption and bias regarding anti-abortion activists within President Obama's Department of Justice and FBI," Mark Harrington, President of the pro-life group showing the videos, Created Equal, said.
"We demand assurances from the Department of Justice and FBI that there is no institutional political bias toward anti-abortion activists at the highest levels of law enforcement," he said.
Created Equal is joining several other pro-life organizations calling for a thorough investigation of the FBI to discover any bias against anti-abortion activists.