EP – The slow drip of text messages that have been released over a number of months, between FBI attorney Lisa Page and the head of the Counterespionage Division at the FBI, Peter Strzok has revealed an interesting connection.
In one of the text exchanges on the day before President Trump was inaugurated, Lisa Page sent this message to Strzok:
“Get inspired and depressing reading that article about how Obama approached the mail room. Needless to say, it was very different when I interned there under Clinton.”
According to what future text messages and other communications reveal this may turn out to be a much more significant revelation than appears on first blush.
Was Page working directly with and/or for Clinton and using her association with the FBI to advance the Trump-Russia collusion narrative?
Whether we come to learn of a Clinton connection or not, the recent batch of newly released texts confirm that Page and Strzok had undertaken a practice of leaking information about the contrived investigation into Trump campaign aide Carter Page with the intent of surveilling Donald Trump under the FISA court’s “two-jump” rule.
The immediate purpose of the leaks was to bolster the hollow FISA application with news reports making it appear there was significant discoveries being made by members of the media.
It was circular BS at its Deep State best.
The new messages were provided to Congress and immediately raised concerns that a “systemic culture of media leaking” originating from the highest levels of the FBI and DOJ had been employed to obtain continued FISA warrants from judges who were being deliberately misinformed by the applicants.
Here is the timeline of events that have raised “grave concerns” about the conduct of multiple agencies among Congressional investigators”
Strzok: “I had literally just gone to find this phone to tell you I want to talk to you about media leak strategy with DOJ before you go.” (April 10, 2017)
Coincidentally (sarcasm), the next day, on April 11, 2017, the Washington Post published an article citing “law enforcement and other U.S. officials” as having convinced a FISA judge there was “probable cause to believe Page was acting as an agent of a foreign power, in this case Russia.”
The following day, Strzok messaged Page that two additional articles would be coming out, one worse than the other, about Page.
This pattern has continued as the FBI, DOJ, and the media grow more and more desperate to take down President Trump lest their entire scheme be exposed and their collective credibility be destroyed.
The fact that the DOJ and FBI have continued obstructing the investigation, coupled with White House counsel suggesting President Trump tread lightly on declassifying the documents that can prove the charade, may indicate that the FISA abuse had become much more widespread than we care to imagine.
According to Judge Napolitano, the FISC approves 99.97% of all applications that come before it. Essentially the FISC has become a rubber stamp for these applications providing rogue agents within the FBI-DOJ apparatus to abuse their surveillance on American citizens.
Upon reading and digesting the latest messages, Congressman Mark Meadows sent this letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein demanding an explanation:
9.11.2018 Letter From MRM t… by on Scribd
It’s all coming out now …