New text messages between anti-Trump FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page suggest that they knew the outcome of the FBI's criminal investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server before the investigation was anywhere near complete.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) gave congressional committees approximately 400 pages of new text messages between Strzok and Page over the weekend which suggest that then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch already knew the outcome of then-FBI director James Comey's investigation into Clinton, Fox News reported.
Strzok, who previously told Page about an "insurance policy" in case Trump won, said to Page in one exchange that there was "pressure" to finish the investigation into Clinton once Trump won the GOP nomination.
In another exchange, Page, who is an attorney at the FBI, suggested that Lynch already knew the outcome of the Clinton email investigation. These texts were in reference to the private Tarmac meeting Lynch had with former President Bill Clinton in Phoenix, Arizona, which occurred just days before the FBI cleared Clinton of any wrongdoing.
Page wrote to Strzok that Lynch knew "no charges will be brought."
This latest development on the corruption inside the FBI comes at the same time as another explosive development was revealed: that months worth of text messages between Strzok and Page have been "lost" due to a "technical glitch."