FBI texts and related documents declassified last week indicate that disgraced agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page may have been working as political activists within the FBI to sway the bureau’s prosecutorial recommendations in favor of Hillary Clinton and against Donald Trump. It was revealed in previous documents that Strzok and Page (who are both married) were having an affair.
But there’s more to the story. The now-public messages between the two reveal not just sexual immorality and a disdain for then-candidate Trump, but a hatred for anti-abortion individuals as well. They directly reference Created Equal’s JumboTron.
Strzok: F*cking marchers making traffic problems …
Page: Yeah, some extremely offensive video screens set up in front of district… Blood and guts and gore. I truly hate these people. No support for the woman who actually has to spend the rest of her life rearing this child, but we care about “life.” Assholes.
Strzok: And literally I’m the last car thru 4 lights as they shut down Pennsylvania Ave. Hey, I have an idea! Snow emergency, cancel the permit
As a natural consequence of our activism, we at Created Equal are no strangers to disparagement. Being cursed at, spit on, and drenched in hot coffee is in every Created Equal staff member’s job description. Finding ourselves in declassified FBI documents isn’t, however.
There are two takeaways from this development.
Strzok and Page’s Consciences are Pricked
Generally, drawing the ire of FBI agents is something to be avoided, but being hated for telling the truth is never something we will be ashamed of. We know that we aren’t the true source of Page and Strzok’s rage. Created Equal is simply a messenger, providing abortion victims a platform from which to speak for themselves.
Abortion advocates are enraged because the babies expose their worldview for the vicious lie that it is, and the only alternative to “engaging their rage” is to reconsider the foundations of their beliefs about life itself. Very few are willing to do so. Matt Walsh puts it well in a 2016 article about Harambe, the gorilla who was shot at the Cincinnati Zoo.
“To say out loud what they instinctively recognize as true – that [human beings] are somehow more significant than salmon or beetle[s] – is to fling open the door to a whole new philosophy and worldview. It is to expose themselves to difficult questions like: Why is my life sacred? Is it because I am a member of some dimension that transcends our material world? Is it because I was in fact created by a force beyond my understanding?
And if that’s the case, does that mean I am obligated to treat all human life with a certain dignity and respect? If human life is indeed sacred, doesn’t that mean it must be sacred inherently, and not by degrees? And if that’s true, doesn’t that mean human life should protected even at its earliest stages? Does that make abortion evil? Wait, does that mean there is such a thing as evil? Does that mean I have to start acting according to some objective code that is not calibrated or adjusted according to my desires and whims?
Oh, no. Duties. Responsibilities. Moral absolutes. God. Virtue. Evil. Sin. Is there actually something to all of this stuff?
The progressive has now gone tumbling off a cliff, and the plunge will be terrifying and disorienting. If they allow themselves to hit the ground, they will discover that they were wrong about virtually everything, and now their entire lifestyle must change, and it must change according to a truth that is outside of their own control. Few are willing to take that trip all the way to the bottom. Out of selfishness and fear, they grab onto whatever they can and cling desperately to their half-truths and their fantasies, knowing full well that they can only maintain their worldview if they refuse to think much about it. So they lash out at people who suggest that human life is sacred, not to involve them in a discussion on the point, but to shut down the discussion before it threatens to send them barreling back down the rabbit hole.”
To Strzok, Page, and everyone else who desires to live comfortably in their sin and demand babies pay the ultimate price as a result, we say, “We are your conscience.” We will not be silent. Our consciences will not permit us to do otherwise until yours is awakened.
The other question the declassified FBI texts raise is whether the FBI takes seriously the evidence of lawbreaking on the part of abortion giant Planned Parenthood. Despite Strzok and Page being two agents in a department of hundreds, it’s difficult to discount the possibility these vile sentiments are prevalent at the FBI and that they may explain the bureau’s disinterest in examining the evidence against Planned Parenthood until recently.
Planned Parenthood is the most politicized private corporation organization in the country, so much so that they are mentioned by name in the Democratic party platform, meaning any investigations into their wrongdoing will be similarly politicized. One particularly glaring example of this came in 2015 when Washington state’s Attorney General cleared Planned Parenthood and the University of Washington of all wrongdoing without even examining the evidence. Sound familiar? In August 2017, it was revealed by the Senate Judiciary Committee that then-FBI director James Comey had written Hillary Clinton’s exoneration statement months before the FBI had concluded their investigation.
This is not to say there is any explicit evidence of abortion-related FBI investigations being corrupted, but one would have to intentionally look away to not see the pattern here.
As always, Created Equal will not be intimidated by vile insults and hostile bureaucrats. We will continue exposing the truth about abortion until the day every human being is protected from murder by law.