recently unmasked FBI agent who worked on the Clinton email
investigation and exchanged anti-Trump text messages with her FBI
lover and other colleagues has been pictured for the first
time by the Daily
Moyer, 44, who
texted 'f**k Trump,' called President Trump's voters
'retarded' and vowed to quit 'on the spot' if he won the
election, was seen leaving her home early Friday
morning wearing a floral top and dark pants.
shook her head and declined to discuss the controversy with a
DailyMail.com reporter, and ducked quickly into her nearby car
in the rain without an umbrella before driving off. -Daily
- an attorney and registered Democrat identified in the
Inspector General's report as "Agent 5" is a veritable goldmine of
hate, who had been working for the FBI since at least September of
Moyer sent the texts, she was on the "filter team" for the Clinton
email investigation - a group of FBI officials tasked with
determining whether information obtained by the FBI is considered
"privileged" or if it can be used in the investigation - also
known as a taint
exchanged most of the messages with another FBI agent who worked
on the Clinton investigation, identified as 'Agent 1' in the
and Agent 1 were in a romantic relationship at the time, and
the two have since married, according the report.
Agent 1's name is being withheld. -Daily
of Moyer's greatest hits:
[Hillary] better win... otherwise i'm
gonna be walking around with both of my guns."
also called Ohio Trump supporters "retarded"
1" who is now married to Moyer, referred to Hillary Clinton
as "the President" after interviewing the Democratic
candidate as part of the email investigation.
FBI official, Kevin Clinesmith, 36, sent similar text messages. A
graduate of Georgetown Law, Clinesmith - referred to in the
Inspector General's report as "Attorney 2," - texted several
colleagues lamenting the "destruction of the Republic" after
former FBI Director James Comey reopened the Clinton email
response to a colleague asking he had changed his views on Trump,
Clinesmith responded "Hell
no. Viva le resistance," a reference to the Trump
opposition movement that clamed to be coordinating with officials
inside the Trump administration.
high-ranking FBI officials - Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa
Page, were discovered by the Inspector General to have sent over
50,000 text messages to each other - many of which showed the two
bias aginst Trump and for Hillary Clinton. Like
Moyer and "Agent 1," Strzok and Page worked on the Clinton email
worry though - none of their bias made its way into the Clinton