Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page will appear before the House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight Committee on Wednesday to answer questions from lawmakers behind closed doors, according to Fox News. Her lover and former colleague, Peter Strzok, will testify publicly on Thursday about his involvement in the Russia investigation.
Congressional lawmakers told Fox that it subpoenaed Page to appear before the committee, but said it was unclear if they could work out an agreement with Page’s lawyers over her testimony being considered “voluntary.” Like Strzok, Page is a corrupt official who will be forced to answer for her likely illegal behaviors in helping launch the Russia investigation against President Donald Trump.
As reported by Conservative Daily Post, Strzok served as the No. 2 counterintelligence analyst at the FBI before being demoted last year and fired from Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s team after an internal probe found that he had sent hundreds of anti-Trump text messages to Page, a former lawyer at the FBI lawyer with whom he was having an affair.
Page abruptly resigned in May amid the numerous allegations against her.
She was involved in sending hundreds of countless anti-Trump text messages while she served in a senior position and played a big role in the bureau’s Trump-Russia probe. That’s highly suspicious and concerning to many Americans.
CDP has also reported extensively on Strzok’s bias and extreme hatred for Trump. In the text messages between Strzok and Page, which were handed over to Congress earlier this year, the former No. 2 at the bureau spoke about an “insurance policy” in the case that Trump won the election and mentioned a “secret society” to unseat a duly elected president.
Page will be grilled about these text messages, and pressed to answer why she sent them, what she meant, and if she took part in or knew about an internal plots to harm Trump’s presidency.
Strzok appeared before the House Committees last month behind closed-doors, where lawmakers said he was “smug, defiant and laughed off a lot of questions.”
The recently released Inspector General report also revealed one previously unknown text message between Strzok and Page.
On Nov. 8, 2016, Strzok wrote to Page that he and others in power would never let Trump become president.
“He’s not ever going to become president, right? Right?!’ Page wrote to Strzok.
Strzok responded: “No. No, he’s not. We’ll stop it.”
When lawmakers pressed Strzok on this particular text, he reportedly refused to answer the question on advice of counsel.
Page will be asked about that message exchange and many others the two lovers exchange on their government phones, leaving many curious if she will be truthful or take the cowards way out like Strzok.
These two anti-Trump lovebirds are testifying behind closed doors because they are too afraid to face the American people and explain their despicable actions.
Many lawmakers agree that this is arguably one of the biggest scandals in political history, and it speaks volumes that the rogue, corrupt FBI agents are doing everything imaginable to hide from these allegations.