Fox Business News reports dropped a bombshell yesterday, and conveniently, no one in the media was even paying attention.

During a Fox Business News segment with Elizabeth MacDonald, she revealed that newly surfaced text messages from October 2016, prove that Barack Obama’s White House was indeed, involved in the early stages of the Trump-Russian probe with the fired AG Andrew McCabe and disgraced FBI agent Lisa Page.

The sensational (and apparently non-news to the mainstream media) texts from Lisa page to former AG Andrew McCabe that have been uncovered are as follows:

October 14, 2016 – Lisa Page to Andrew McCabe:

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“Just called.  Apparently the DAG now wants to be there, and the WH wants DOJ to host.  So we are setting that up now. We will very much need to get Cohen’s view before we meet with her.  Better have him weigh in with her before the meeting. We need to speak with one voice if that is in fact the case.”

October 19, 2016 – Lisa Page to Andrew McCabe:

“Hey can you give me a call when you get out? Meeting with WH counsel is finally set up and I want to talk about timing. Thanks.”

MacDonald told her viewers that Fox News’ Catherine Herridge was the first to break the story. MacDonald reiterated, “So, despite all the denials, the Obama White House was, indeed, involved at the very early stages of what was going on with Trump-Russia.”

h/t The Gateway Pundit

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