Even Peter Strzok Thinks There was No Trump-Russia Collusion

In an interview with News/Talk 1130 WISN's Jay Weber on Tuesday, Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson revealed a bombshell text from FBI agent Peter Strzok.

Johnson said that on May 19, 2017--two days after the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller--Strzok responded to a text from his girlfriend, FBI attorney Lisa Page, asking Strzok whether he was going to join Mueller's team.  

"You and I both know the odds are nothing [that anything would come out of the Mueller investigation]," Johnson quoted Strzok as saying.  "If I thought it was likely, I'd be there no question.  I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern that there's no big 'there' there."

In other words, after months of investigating alleged Trump-Russia collusion, Strzok still didn't believe anything would come of Mueller's probe.  

And Strzok would know: He led the FBI's investigation into the Trump campaign.  Yet after months of work on the case, he still didn't think that there was any evidence of a conspiracy with the Russian government.

This is an absolutely massive revelation, as for the time a key investigator has admitted that nothing is likely to come out of the probe into Trump-Russia collusion because there simply isn't any evidence to support criminal charges.

For that investigator to be Peter Strzok is even more revealing.  Strzok eventually did join Mueller's team but was removed in August after texts with Page revealed deep anti-Trump bias.  If anyone would have wanted there to be evidence of collusion, it would be Strzok.  In a moment of candor with his paramour, however, he admitted that there was none.

Click Play below to listen to Senator Johnson's bombshell announcement on The Jay Weber Show:

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