Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page has rejected a subpoena to appear before the House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight Committee, sending a clear message that the left doesn’t believe laws apply to them.
According to the Washington Times, Page was ordered to testify behind closed doors on Wednesday morning regarding the hundreds of anti-Trump text messages she sent with her lover and colleague, Peter Strzok. On Thursday, Strzok will testify publicly on the messages and how it all relates to the phony Russia investigation. Page, however, has gone into hiding and refuses to follow the law.
In a letter from her lawyer to Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, Page claims she didn’t have adequate time to prepare for her testimony, and that she needed to look over her notes. Perhaps she needs to get her lies straight?
“The Committees would be asking Lisa about materials that she has not yet been shown. In fact, Lisa and I went to the FBI today to review the materials that were previously produced to Congress related to her proposed interview, but after waiting more than three hours, we were not provided with any documents,” the statement from Page read.
She is a corrupt official who is refusing to follow the law and answer questions about her likely illegal behaviors in helping trigger 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 resigned from her position in May as numerous allegations against her were mounting.
As a top lawyer at the bureau, she not only played a big hand in the Trump-Russia investigation, she also found the time to exchange hundreds of anti-Trump text messages with Strzok and spy for her boss.
Page has outright refused to answer questions about her behavior, but there’s too much pressure on Strzok given he opened the Russia investigation and was a top in the counterintelligence division.
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.
In the Inspector General report released last month, Strzok also told Page that he and others at the FBI weren’t going to 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.”
Page would have been asked about that message exchange as well as the many others that are alarming. When Strzok testifies publicly on Thursday, he will undoubtedly be grilled on these statements.
Why was the No. 2 at the bureau — who also cleared Hillary Clinton of all charges in her email scandal — talking about stopping Trump from becoming president? Why was the official who hated Trump allowed to lead the investigation into him?
Page and Strzok are rogue, corrupt FBI officials who should be investigated and held accountable for their dirty actions.