Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is facing a growing credibility crisis.

A text message sent by one FBI agent alluded to the investigation as an “insurance policy” against Trump winning the election.

But the real meaning behind that message is even worse than you think.

Mueller’s investigation was rocked by the revelation that FBI agent Peter Strzok expressed his hatred for Trump in text messages with another agent he was having an affair with.

That was bad enough.

But now, Mueller’s apologists in the media – who hate Trump and are rooting for the swamp’s coup against the President to succeed – are quickly trying to explain away the messages as harmless.

The Wall Street Journal reported:

“An FBI agent’s reference to “an insurance policy” in a much-debated text message was meant to convey that the bureau needed to aggressively investigate allegations of collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, according to people familiar with his account.

The agent didn’t intend to suggest a secret plan to harm the candidate but rather address a colleague who believed the Federal Bureau of Investigation could take its time because Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was certain to win the election, the people said.”

The reporter tried to defend the agents by claiming it just meant the investigation into Trump and Russia collusion needed to proceed at a break neck pace.

How that casts the agents and the investigation in a positive light escaped many observers.

The Mueller investigation is nothing more than a partisan witch hunt to nullify the results of the 2016 election.

Zero evidence of collusion between Trump and Russia has been discovered.

It’s a fake news hoax that was pushed by Democrats and the media in order to undo election results they refuse to accept.