Lisa Page Throws Lover Peter Strzok Under The Bus & Rolls Over For Congress – Admits That Text Messages “Mean Exactly What They Say”

Kirsters Baish| Disgraced former FBI lawyer and mistress to FBI agent Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, made her much anticipated appearance in front of Congress this Monday in a closed-door hearing. Page and Strzok were found to have sent numerous anti-Trump text messages back and forth to one another during the 2016 presidential election. Page’s testimony on the matter came after Strzok’s failure of a testimony (if you can even call it that), in which Strzok refused to answer vital questions in front of the House Judiciary and House Oversight Committees this past Thursday.

At least one GOP lawmaker has confirmed that Page threw Strzok totally under the bus in her closed-door testimony on Monday.

Republican Texas Representative John Ratcliffe spoke to Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday. He explained that Lisa Page had stated that the text messages between herself and Strzok “mean exactly what they say.”

Fox & Friends tweeted out, “Rep. John Ratcliffe reveals Lisa Page admitted her text messages with Peter Strzok “mean exactly what they say,” contrary to Strzok’s testimony.”

Louie Gohmert tweeted, “ICYMI: Talke to @foxandfriends this morning re: the closed-door meeting with #LisaPage.”

The Daily Caller reports:

Page testified for two days behind closed doors about her influence on the FBI’s investigations into Russia and Hillary Clinton’s emails less than one week after Strzok.

Strozk denied that texts he exchanged with Page — particularly one promising they would “stop” Trump from becoming president — were indicative of bias that affected the investigations. However, Ratcliffe alleged that Page contradicted Strzok in her testimony and even admitted that the texts “mean exactly what they say.

Ratcliffe stated of Page yesterday, “There are differences in their testimony on many cases. She admits that the text messages mean exactly what they say, as opposed to Agent Strzok, who thinks that we have all misinterpreted his own words on any text message that might be negative.”

The Washington Examiner also reported that Page has been more than helpful in comparison to her former lover, Peter Strzok.

“She has given us more insights to who was involved in what,” Gohmert said while appearing on Fox News.

“She’s a more contrite person,” he went on. “But make no mistake … she’s a Democrat. She wanted Hillary to win and she did not want Trump to win, and that’s been obvious.”

The Washington Examiner reports that Representative Gohmert stated that the former FBI lawyer did not directly contradict Strzok as of yet.

The Examiner writes:

Gohmert said, for example, that there are other FBI supervisors involved in the GOP investigation besides Strzok, although he didn’t name them. He also indicated that former CIA Director John Brennan and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper could be involved.

Gohmert explained, “When I hear Brennan or Clapper either saying the kind of things they’ve been saying recently, then it tells me, wow, we must be getting close to them. Those guilty dogs are barking pretty loud.”

The Republican Representative explained that Lisa Page’s closed-door testimony in front of Congress on both Friday and Monday got so real that lawyers had prompted her to stop answering questions at certain points.

“There were times the FBI lawyers would be reaching for the button to mute her comment and she would answer before the thing could mute her comment,” Gohmert said. He went on, “I think she’ll be a good witness. I don’t know that we’re going to have a public hearing with her. But the important thing is to continue to gather the evidence.”