Testimony by a ‘cagey’ Lisa Page has shed new light on the ‘collusion investigation’ timeline. In fact, it looks as if Mueller was granted witch hunt authority from the beginning, because higher ups knew there was nothing to find.
A day after Robert Mueller was granted unlimited authority to investigate “any matters” he wants to, a key player in the anti-Trump conspiracy, Peter Strzok, thought joining the Special Counsel grand inquisition would be a waste of time, because there was nothing to find.
“Who gives a [profanity,] one more A[ssistant] D[irector]” on the case, he texted his Department of Justice lover Lisa Page on May, 18, 2017. “You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there.”
According to the transcript, Page stated she chose her words very carefully. Her Justice Department appointed attorneys told her certain subjects were to be kept off limits. “I’m not supposed to talk about the sufficiency of evidence, so that’s why I am weighing my words carefully.”
Page dropped the bombshell revelation in recent classified testimony, “I think this represents that even as far as May, 2017, we still couldn’t answer the question.”
The liberal timeline just exploded in their face, some say, because it shows that Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein gave Mueller unlimited authority knowing that looking only for “collusion” would fall flat.
Congressman John Ratcliffe, (R-Texas) confirmed the transcript leaked to Fox News. “Lisa Page left me with the impression, based on her own words, that the lead investigator of the Russian collusion case, Peter Strzok, had found no evidence of collusion after nearly a year.” But they opened the witch hunt anyway.
“In the scheme of the possible outcomes, the most serious one obviously being crimes serious enough to warrant impeachment… maybe an unwitting person was, in fact, involved in the release of information, but it didn’t ultimately touch any senior, you know, people in the administration or on the campaign,” Page testified.
As far back as 2015, A recently unsealed FISA court document indicates Nellie Ohr and Stefan Halper illegally accessed special databases, looking for any connections they could find between known Donald Trump associates, especially those associated with his presidential campaign.
Between November 1, 2015, and May 1, 2016, thousands of search queries were processed with a “non-compliance rate” of 85 percent, the report states. They fed that information to Christopher Steele.
Steele took the leads and developed them into the work of creative fiction commonly referred to as the Steele “dossier.” The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice who “supervises” the FBI used it to get a wiretap on Carter Page.
The FBI was desperately trying to confirm Steele’s report without success. They quickly fired Steele as a paid informant when he started talking to reporters behind their backs, telling the news outlets everything he told the FBI.
However, discrediting him didn’t stop them from citing the news reports based on his leaks to be circularly used to support what they were telling the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court.
When they needed more details, they called in Nellie Ohr’s husband, Bruce Ohr. The number four ranked official at the Justice Department allegedly “hand carried” information directly to the FBI where agents conducted “interviews” which generated “302” reports.
The interview reports were used as supporting evidence for the Carter Page wiretap renewals. They didn’t tell the court that the source of the reported information was married to someone working for Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democrats.
Not only the FBI and DOJ were involved. Newly reported evidence suggests Greg Vogle, who served as Division Director for one of the “spookiest” U.S. government spy agencies, the National Clandestine Service, may have been running the “intelligence” side of a sedition plot “to smear and frame” President Trump for alleged “Russian collusion.”
Author David Reznor asserts intelligence operatives from British, U.S., and associated “Five-Eyes” spy agencies closely coordinated their efforts. “Greg Vogle, in his position, had to be aware of, and a knowing party to, the covert operations carried out by Five-Eyes agents provocateur.”
Vogle is linked directly to Joseph Mifsud, the “Maltese Professor” missing and presumed dead who told George Papadopoulos the Russians “had emails of Clinton’; ‘they have thousands of emails.’” Christoper Steele is a well known associate of Vogle, along with Stefan Halper.
Despite the frantic efforts of an illegal high level clandestine intelligence operation, none of the allegations in Steele’s dossier could be confirmed. No collusion between anybody important in the Trump campaign and the Russians could be found.
Considering the fact that by May of 2017, with President Donald Trump firmly in the White House, even rabid Trump-hater Peter Strzok was unconvinced there was anything to find, makes Rosenstein’s letter appointing Mueller look more like an unlimited “license to kill” every day, ensuring that no stone would remain unturned.
“The Special Counsel is authorized,” Rosenstein wrote, “to conduct the investigation confirmed by then-FBI Director James B. Comey in testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on March 20, 2017.” Even though they didn’t find anything.
Including, he specified, “any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump; and any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation; and any other matters within the scope of 28 C.F.R. Sec. 600.4(a)”
It’s that “any other matters” part that rips the lid off of any kind of limitation designed to keep Mueller between the legal lines. No wonder the DOJ worked so hard to keep from disclosing it.