Bombshell: Corrupt ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page interned under Clinton
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The Strzok-Page texts keep delivering bombshells.
A newly published text, obtained by Fox News, reveals that Lisa Page, who served on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team, once interned for the Clinton administration.
“Get inspired and depressing reading that article about how Obama approached the mail room. Needless to say, it was very different when I interned there under Clinton,” Page wrote to then-FBI agent Peter Strzok. The text was dated Jan. 19, 2017, which was Obama’s final day in office.
The more we learn about the texts between Page and Strzok, the more we can see how politically motivated these investigations really are.
Another newly revealed text from Strzok to Page read: “Think our sisters have begun leaking like mad. Scorned and worried, and political, they’re kicking into overdrive.” Who “our sisters” refers to is unclear.
The two lovebirds regularly exchanged texts during the election as well as the ensuing investigation, in which they expressed their dislike of Donald Trump and their support for Hillary Clinton.
Those texts have already cost Strzok both his position on Mueller’s team and eventually his job with the FBI. Meanwhile, Page left the FBI in May.
Now, though, the court of public opinion is starting to weigh in, and it is not good for either of them.
When reading through the texts, it is very clear Page had an allegiance.
It was not just to the Democrat side of the aisle, but to the Clintons in particular.
In one of her texts, she was less than flattering to Obama.
The shocking thing, though, is how complimentary she seemed to be of Bill Clinton.
In numerous texts that were revealed over the past months, it was very clear Page wanted to see Hillary Clinton elected in 2016.
It was also made clear she was more than willing to bend the rules to thwart Trump’s effort to get into the White House.
Many are now asking the question if the Mueller investigation was politically motivated or legitimate.
After more than a year of investigating, Mueller has yet to produce a single link implicating Trump in collusion with the Russians.
It is not out of the question to now ask if this entire investigation was nothing more than a product of the anti-Trump bias that was clearly present in the Justice Department after Trump won.