Inspector General Michael Horowitz appeared before the Senate yesterday to address his damning report concerning the FBI’s FISA applications. In short, Horowitz confirmed what we already knew: the FBI, as an organization, is thoroughly corrupt.
Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson opened his round of questioning by noting that Horowitz found that Bill Priestap, the former FBI assistant director of counterintelligence, did not exhibit political bias when opening the investigation into members of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. Still, Johnson added that Horowitz “definitely” found other examples of political bias while conducting his investigation.
“We found through the text messages evidence of people’s political bias, correct,” the inspector general answered.
That was no more apparent than in the texts of FBI agents Lisa Page and Peter Strzok. If you think the FBI is a nonpartisan law enforcement organization, you are sadly mistaken. Those days are gone forever, much like the FBI’s credibility.