Sally Moyer, FBI Agent Who Was Critical of Trump in Text Messages With Fellow FBI Employee, Seen for First Time After her Identity Was Revealed in Justice Dept. Report

Sally Moyer
Sally Moyer

The FBI agent on the Hillary Clinton email investigation who traded anti-Trump texts with her FBI colleague lover is pictured here for the first time since her name was revealed by congress.

Sally 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.

She 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.

Moyer’s texts and instant messages from her FBI devices were included in a 568-page inspector general report released last Friday, which said those messages and others ‘raised concerns about potential bias in the Clinton investigation.’

Moyer was identified only as ‘Agent 5’ in the report, but her name was released by Rep. Mark Meadows during a congressional hearing this week.

Moyer, an attorney and registered Democrat appears to have worked at the FBI since at least September of 2006. She previously worked for law firm Crowell & Moring. Moyer graduated from Allegheny College in 1996 with a degree in political science.

At the time of the texts, Moyer was on the ‘filter team’ for the Clinton probe – a small team of government officials that determines whether information obtained by the FBI is considered ‘privileged’ or if it can be used in the investigation.

Moyer exchanged most of the messages with another FBI agent who worked on the Clinton investigation, identified as ‘Agent 1’ in the report.

Moyer 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.

The inspector general report said it found no ‘documentary or testimonial evidence directly connecting the political views these employees expressed in their text messages and instant messages to the specific investigative decisions.’

However, the report said the messages ‘cast a cloud over the FBI [Clinton] investigation and sowed doubt the FBI’s work on, and its handling of, the [Clinton] investigation.’

‘Moreover, the damage caused by their actions extends far beyond the scope of the Midyear investigation and goes to the heart of the FBI’s reputation for neutral fact-finding and political independence,’ said the report.

In the conversations, Moyer and Agent 1 discuss their support for Clinton and opposition to Trump as well as their frustration with the probe into whether Clinton improperly stored classified information on her private email server.

Agent 1 referred to the investigation as a ‘waste of resources and time and focus’ shortly after he was assigned to the case.

‘Its just so obvious how pointless this exercise is. And everyone is so into it,’ Agent 1 texted Moyer on Oct. 26, 2015.

Many of the texts directly referenced Trump and the election.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail