Lisa Page | Mort Collin
Lisa Page is the former FBI lawyer who had an illicit affair with Special Agent Peter Strzok. She and Strzok worked together on the Hillary Clinton Email Probe. In addition, they also worked collaboratively on the fake Trump-Russia Collusion Investigation. Both former FBI employees are complicit in their support of FBI Director James “Jim” Comey’s exoneration of Mrs. Clinton. In addition, they are also complicit in the Russia Hoax Scandal that is about to take Washington by storm.
On Monday, December 9th, the Inspector General (IG) of the Department of Justice makes his report of wrong-doing in the Trump-Russia Investigation public. Chances are that Page will be highly criticized for her actions, if not criminally liable. There is a chance that IG Horowitz’s FISA Abuse Report May not do that. However, Page’s misdeeds may come to light via another report. That report will summarize the Durham Investigation into criminal activity pertinent to the Russia Hoax.
Page’s Motive for Talking
Lisa Page thought it appropriate to sit down for an interview with the Daily Beast after months of silence. Let’s not forget about the aforementioned IG Report. Her decision to talk is an attempt to soften the potential upcoming blow to her reputation. The Department of Justice releases the IG Report on Monday, December 9th. Page feigns victim hood in the whole situation. She always wanted her silence to be permanent, but a Trump rally changed all of that. It was after said rally that Page made a decision that she would break her silence, and that is exactly what she did. The former FBI lawyer claims she was humiliated by Trump’s words at the October 11th rally. Take a look:
In conclusion, as you just saw, President gets his revenge on Lisa Page and Peter Strzok. If you’ve been in Bahrain for the past two years, allow me to catch you up to speed. Strzok and Page worked diligently to bring down President Trump via the Russia Hoax. Their text messages have revealed an unmistakable bias toward the President. That matters, because these were the same people who were involved in an investigation of someone they hated.