President Trump sat down with the Wall Street Journal on Thursday, using the one-on-one interview to weigh in on a frisky couple of Clinton fanatic traitors that have been dominating recent headlines. Washington is rife with speculation the FBI “has been compromised by partisans,” in an illegal plot to give “Clinton a pass” and “take Trump down.”
On August 15, 2016, Peter Strzok texted to Lisa Page, “I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office — that there’s no way he gets elected — but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.” Washington insiders are convinced that the current witch hunt into “Russian collusion” led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller is the insurance policy they were talking about.
Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe is most likely the “Andy” mentioned, DOJ Attorney Lisa Page was assigned as his assistant. Peter Strzok was serving at the time as the lead investigator on the FBI probe into Hillary’s secret email server. “This is the FBI we’re talking about, that is treason,” insists President Trump. “That is a treasonous act. What he tweeted to his lover is a treasonous act.”
Strzok and Page were both married, just not to each other. “A man is tweeting to his lover that if [Clinton] loses, we’ll essentially do the insurance policy,” President Trump explained. “We’ll go to phase two and we’ll get this guy out of office.”
Just as the election was nearing the climax, Strzok magically changed the final investigation report’s wording to let Hillary off the hook, for mishandling classified material. The couple also conspired together to leak confidential inside details of an ongoing FBI investigation to the media, deviously calculated to help the Clinton campaign. The moles couldn’t wait to “discover” their planted information in the press and share it with the office.
When a “Clinton Foundation story” came out, they discussed how best to “discover” it for sharing with their co-workers. “Article is out, but hidden behind paywall so can’t read it,” Page tapped out on Oct. 24, 2016. Strzok was surprised at how soon the news broke. “Wsj? Boy that was fast. Should I ‘find’ it and tell the team?” He said he could make it seem harmless. “I can get it like I do every other article that hits any Google News alerts, seriously.”
When President Trump took office, the high ranking Justice Department officials ramped up their conspiracy, determined to undermine the president. Page’s temporary assignment on the witch hunt had ended by the time Strzok was removed from the special counsel investigation. He was reassigned to personnel after the pair were caught swapping more than 10,000 clandestine messages.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is livid. “You cannot have top people at the FBI systematically trying to tip the scale in favor of one campaign over another. That’s not supposed to happen in this country. All the evidence suggests that’s what took place.”
Strzok and Page weren’t the only pro-Clinton, anti-Trump staffers at the FBI and Justice Department. According to Rep. Jordan, “If you kicked everybody off Mueller’s team who was anti-Trump, I don’t think there’d be anybody left”
Another troubling issue is the fake dossier paid for by the Clinton campaign and slapped together by Christopher Steele. “If you had the FBI working with a campaign, the Democrats’ campaign, taking opposition research, dressing it all up and turning it into an intelligence document and taking it to the FISA court so they could spy on the other campaign — if that happened, that is as wrong as it gets,” Jordan told FBI Director Christopher Wray during a recent Judiciary Committee hearing.
The left-leaning mainstream media are already scrambling to “educate” the public on the narrow definition of the law, in an attempt to control what they can of the damage by proving President Trump “wrong” on a technicality. Whether or not Peter Strjok and Lisa Page can be arrested and tried for the specific crime of treason, they certainly have betrayed our country.
According to the Heritage Foundation, the word treason means “giving or delivering up.” Under common law, it was “a crime committed between parties who enjoyed an established relationship of mutual benefit and trust.” In other words, treason is the same as “betrayal.”
Because the founding fathers didn’t want to encourage its use as an “easily abused method for dealing with political opponents,” they narrowly defined the word “treason” in the constitution.
The Heritage Foundation points out that “hostile or subversive acts falling short of treason” can be prosecuted under related laws, “including those dealing with espionage… and, more recently, terrorism. Federal attorneys can use their “federal prosecutorial discretion” to list other grounds “for acts that arguably amount to treason.”