A case bigger than Watergate may be unfolding in the U.S. government, with several scandals slowly emerging. Among these is the case of FBI agent Peter Strzok and his colleague Lisa Page. Strzok was removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team after it was revealed he sent texts defending Hillary Clinton and criticizing President Donald Trump; and subsequent findings such as his “insurance policy” to prevent a Trump presidency are turning into sights on a potential coup within the FBI and other Obama-era agencies.

The FBI is now claiming that it lost 5 months of text messages between Strzok and Page. This may be serious in itself if we remember that Watergate was about 18 minutes of deleted tape recording.

Yet, as some experts are pointing out, the missing 5 months of texts may not be as difficult to find as the FBI is leading us to believe.

Imperator_Rex wrote on Twitter that the claims appear to be just an act, and he is proposing a theory that the Office of the Inspector General and the Department of Justice have already recovered the deleted texts.

His theory is simple: it’s common for criminals to delete records of their crimes and for people to delete digital records when it appears they may be caught. With this in mind, law enforcement has well-developed tools to recover these records.

In addition to the tools law enforcement has at its disposal, Imperator_Rex also noted that the NSA has additional tools to monitor and store communications.

After laying out the background, he went on to explain his theory that the Office of Inspector General may have found the texts were deleted while they were investigating, and already recovered the texts.

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