January 23, 2018
For those who don’t remember, Strzok and Page were the ones who were caught plotting, in August 2016 texts, to take down Trump if he won. These texts were revealed when the Department of Justice opened an investigation into the FBI’s meddling in the election, and Strzok and Page were fired from the Mueller team (that they were hired for by pure coincidence).
They are back in the news because it has been discovered that an entire block of texts, from the period in the lead-up to the appointment of the special counsel last year, have disappeared.
It is absolutely incredible that these people are just able to delete incriminating data and walk free.
The fact that the data was deleted should be reason enough for a massive investigation into the Comey machine, where all sorts of subpoenas are issued for all kinds of data.
Congressional investigators believe they are barely beginning to answer the questions raised by the text messages between the FBI’s Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. For several reasons:
1) Strzok and Page were more prolific texters than anyone knew. In a statement late Monday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said FBI investigators have found “over 50,000 texts” in their review of Strzok-Page communications.
2) Even with all those texts, the FBI says it cannot find the couple’s messages between Dec. 14, 2016, and May 17, 2017 — a critical time in the Trump-Russia affair. It’s probably safe to say there is not a single Republican on Capitol Hill who does not view this as a fishy set of circumstances and does not believe Congress should step up its investigation.
3) Strzok and Page didn’t just text each other on their FBI-issued Samsung phones. At times in the text exchanges that have been released, either Strzok or Page suggested that they switch over to iMessage — suggesting they might have used personal, Apple phones to communicate about FBI business in addition to their bureau-provided phones. In a letter to the Justice Department Saturday, Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., asked whether the FBI had “conducted searches of Mr. Strzok’s and Ms. Page’s non-FBI-issued communications devices or accounts.”
4) Strzok and Page emailed each other on Gmail. Johnson’s letter noted a Nov. 10, 2016, text from Page to Strzok that said: “Hey without thinking I replied to the email you sent me on Gmail. But it went to your Verizon. So please clear. Let me know if you want me to send it again somewhere else.” On Oct. 4, 2015, Johnson noted, Strzok texted Page to say, “It’s going to be ok at work. And haven’t emailed you here, although I just did on gmail.” Look for Congress to get in touch with Google in an attempt to see those emails.
5) The texts are filled with cryptic messages. Strzok and Page communicated in a sort of shorthand that was heavy on gossip and filled with references to whatever was happening in the office on any particular day. Amid that, there were many passages that might refer to the presidential race and the Trump-Russia investigation. The latest to catch Republican eyes is the “secret society” text from the day after the 2016 election. “There is a text exchange between these two FBI agents, these supposed-to-be fact-centric FBI agents saying, ‘Perhaps this is the first meeting of the secret society,'” noted Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., on Fox News Monday night. But nobody knows if “secret society” represents something important to the investigation or something entirely innocent. Republicans might be on to something, or they might be mistaken.
Gowdy is the only person involved in this who is worth a shit.
I don’t know what the hell Jeff Sessions is doing, but he needs to get in the game.
This is all completely obvious.
Strzok and Page were a part of an FBI team that was planning to ensure Trump did not get elected. They engaged in the conspiracy to free Clinton from any charges. It is now on record that the FBI planned to exonerate her, regardless of what the facts showed.
These two knew that she would not be charged – that is in the text messages.
That fell through – not charging the bitch did not get her elected.
When he did get elected, this FBI team had their secret plan to get a special counsel appointed, based on a document that they knew was false – #Pissgate. When Comey was fired, then testified before Congress, the special counsel was appointed, so they staffed the investigation with a bunch of people already involved in the conspiracy.
Strzok and Page are not important on an individual level. They are just a couple that got caught. This is a massive conspiracy – or as they refer to it, a “secret society.”
All of this is obvious. It is all out there in the public, waiting to be blown open.
Apparently, Trump is waiting for Mueller to turn up absolutely nothing in his Russian hoax witch hunt campaign before pulling the trigger.
At least that’s what I hope is happening.
Because this is all laid out right in front of us: there was a conspiracy to elect Hillary Clinton and upon her loss, that immediately transformed into a conspiracy to impeach Donald Trump. This is the reality. And all he has to do to be vindicated is pull the trigger, let law enforcement gather the information on all of these people.