Former Republican Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee slammed Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) lawyer Lisa Page Friday on “Fox & Friends,” after it was revealed she expressed hatred for pro-life groups.
Text messages from Jan. 22, 2016 show Page telling FBI agent, with whom she was having an affair, Peter Strzok about her disdain for pro-life marchers, saying, “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.’ A**holes.”
“I think that her affair going on inside the office gives us a lot of look inside what she is thinking and what she is about. She is entitled to hate babies and wish them dead in the womb. That’s her right,” Huckabee said. “She is entitled to have whatever political opinion she wants. What she is not entitled to do is to carry a badge, a gun, and the authority of the U.S. government and shred the constitution by trying to influence an election.”
Huckabee said he was shocked at Page’s behavior and thought it was unprofessional of her to disparage hard working Americans who pay her salary.
“What I don’t expect is for people whose salary I pay and you pay, I don’t expect them to just trample over the constitutional rights of people by trying to impact the outcome of an election,” Huckabee continued. “And then to have a seething rage hate and anger toward the very people who give her her job, who pay for her salary and who make it possible for her to sit around and instead of doing her job, send tens of thousands of text messages to her in-office lover. That find I find appalling and she shouldn’t be getting another government paycheck. Not even this week. It should have already ended long ago.”
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