CAN YOU IMAGINE IF ONE OF US DID THIS AFTER BEING SUBPOENAED?

Anti-Trump ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page won’t testify on the Hill despite being subpoenaed, saying she didn’t have enough time to prepare…

Lisa Page should be charged with contempt and thrown in the slammer. At some point someone needs to be held accountable in all of this!

Peter Strzok and Lisa Page are as slippery as they come and should be forced to spill what they know about the effort to destroy President Trump.

OUR LATEST REPORT ON THE CASE: FBI Agents Were In A Hurry to Get Dirt On Trump Before 2016 Election: ‘Hurry the F up!’

New emails show that it was FBI agents who were the ones meddling in the election of 2016. A new report nails biased FBI agent Strzok for his effort to push for quick discovery of any dirt on Trump before the 2016 election using a surveillance warrant on figures tied to the future president…Tom Fitton explains:

One of those figures was Carter Page, an academic and an energy consultant from New York; he was briefly a volunteer foreign policy adviser for the GOP nominee’s campaign and visited Moscow the summer before the election.

The memos show Strzok, Lisa Page and others in counterintelligence monitored news articles in September 2016 that quoted a law enforcement source as saying the FBI was investigating Carter Page’s travel to Moscow.

Democrat Chris Hahn and Carter page joined Tucker Carlson to discuss the effort by the FBI to smear Page…

This is “just the tip of the iceberg” – Carter Page

JOHN SOLOMON WAS ON WITH LARRY O’CONNOR TO DISCUSS HIS REPORT BELOW:

 

A MUST READ FROM JOHN SOLOMON:

John Solomon reports for The Hill:

Multiple reviews of whether FBI agents’ political bias affected the Russia-Trump collusion case remain in their infancy, but investigators already have unearthed troubling internal communications long withheld from public view.

We already know from FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok’s now-infamous text messages with his fellow agent and reported lover, Lisa Page, that Strzok — the man driving that Russia collusion investigation — disdained Donald Trump and expressed willingness to use his law enforcement powers to “stop” the Republican from becoming president.

The question that lingers, unanswered: Did those sentiments affect official actions?

Memos the FBI is now producing to the Department of Justice (DOJ) inspector general and multiple Senate and House committees offer what sources involved in the production, review or investigation describe to me as “damning” or “troubling” evidence.

They show Strzok and his counterintelligence team rushing in the fall of 2016 to find “derogatory” information from informants or a “pretext” to accelerate the probe and get a surveillance warrant on figures tied to the future president.

One of those figures was Carter Page, an academic and an energy consultant from New York; he was briefly a volunteer foreign policy adviser for the GOP nominee’s campaign and visited Moscow the summer before the election.

The memos show Strzok, Lisa Page and others in counterintelligence monitored news articles in September 2016 that quoted a law enforcement source as saying the FBI was investigating Carter Page’s travel to Moscow.

EMAIL EXCHANGE SHOWS URGENCY:

In one email exchange with the subject line “Crossfire FISA,” Strzok and Lisa Page discussed talking points to get then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to persuade a high-ranking DOJ official to sign off on the warrant.

“Crossfire Hurricane” was one of the code names for four separate investigations the FBI conducted related to Russia matters in the 2016 election.

“At a minimum, that keeps the hurry the F up pressure on him,” Strzok emailed Page on Oct. 14, 2016, less than four weeks before Election Day.

Four days later the same team was emailing about rushing to get approval for another FISA warrant for another Russia-related investigation code-named “Dragon.”

“Still an expedite?” one of the emails beckoned, as the FBI tried to meet the requirements of a process known as a Woods review before a FISA warrant can be approved by the courts.

“Any idea what time he can have it woods-ed by?” Strzok asked Page. “I know it’s not going to matter because DOJ is going to take the time DOJ wants to take. I just don’t want this waiting on us at all.”

READ MORE: THE HILL


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