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Messages meant as private texts from Strzok and Page are inspired by sheer hate. The message of the March of Life: Save Unborn Babies From Abortion.

Strzok and Page Anti-Pro Life Messages of Hate Melt in the Snow


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Strzok and Page Anti-Pro Life Messages of Hate Melt in the Snow
Living proof from the age-old adage that “the devil makes use of idol hands” comes from the texts of foul-mouthed FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI attorney Lisa Page when condemning pro-lifers for continuing to go out on the march.

“F*cking marchers making traffic problems,” is how Strzok described Right to Life marchers in one of his texts to Page.

“Page told Strzok that “I truly hate these people,” referring to pro-lifers attending the January 22, 2016, March for Life in the nation’s Capitol. (LifeSiteNews, Feb. 9, 2018)

“Below is a transcript of their conversation:

“FBI agent Strzok: “F*cking marchers making traffic problems.” 

“FBI attorney Page: “Yeah, some extremely offensive video screens set up in front of district. 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.”

FBI agent Strzok: “...Hey, I have an idea! Snow emergency, cancel the permit.” 

So much for blowhard Strzok’s idea!

Caught up in sweet nothing messaging to his paramour, Strzok either didn’t know anything about March for Life 2015, or forgot about it in his FBI coo-cooings.

Only the year before, thousands of pro-lifers didn’t let warnings of what the media described as the “worst blizzard of a generation” stop them from marching in defense of millions of unborn babies.

On their way back home some 500 marchers,  mostly high school students, found themselves stranded in buses for some 22 hours along a stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

They didn’t curse, complain or cry foul. Text messages sent to their parents told them they were stranded out on the highway but safe. 

We leave the cursing and complaining for foul-mouthed FBI operatives, with some people calling them “fornicators” for short.

Instead, the high school students built an altar out of the snow,  sent messengers bus to bus, collected some seven priests among them to bow their heads in prayer during Mass.

Winter storm ‘Jonas’ was as brutal as they come.

With high winds driving 30 and more inches of snow, ‘Jonas’ blew out the power for millions.  It caused Mayor Bill de Blassio to order New Yorkers to shelter inside their homes and brought the nation’s capitol to a standstill.

“Fr. Patrick Behm had been chaperoning five students from his high school when their bus, along with many others,  got stuck behind an accident involving two tractor-trailers that blocked all of the westbound lanes of traffic. (ChurchPOP)

“In the time it took to clear this accident, the snow in turn rendered the road impassible and the vehicles immobile.”

“It was incredible,” Fr. Behm told ChurchPOP, “easily one of the highlights of my time as a priest.”

It should go without saying that while hundreds of high school kids will always remember what happened in what came to be known as the ‘Miracle in the Snow’, snow storms and blowhards will NEVER keep the March For Life to take place year after year.

Messages meant as private texts from Strzok and Page are inspired by sheer hate.  The message of the March of Life: Save Unborn Babies From Abortion.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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