Testimony from former FBI attorney Lisa Page admits the agency could not prove any collusion between Donald Trump and Russia before the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation in May 2017. Lisa Page, who had an affair with former FBI Agent Peter Strzok (which was revealed in their text messages), admitted there was no collusion between Trump and Russia in a closed-door hearing with lawmakers.
FOX News obtained a transcript of her deposition to the lawmakers, admitting that there no evidence of collusion at the time when Robert Mueller was appointed to investigate in this witch hunt for any Russian collusion.
A witch hunt is exactly what Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation is, and now Lisa Page’s testimony helps to solidify that fact, as at the time when Mueller was appointed, the FBI had no evidence of any such collusion.
Lisa Page told the House Judiciary and Oversight committees in mid-July that investigators could not make any charge or prove any collusion between Trump and Russia, which does make it all the more likely that Special Counsel Robert Mueller could have just made it up as he went along.
We, along with President Donald Trump, have been aware that this is nothing but a witch hunt to deflect away from the crimes of the Democrats and Russia, however, as we all know, the mainstream media have been running with this story to cover for the Democrats, hoping that they find something on President Donald Trump.
Fast forward over a year later, and nothing has been found linking Trump and Russia, with Republicans likely to use this admission to prove that Robert Mueller’s investigation is just a witch hunt. In the transcript obtained by FOX News, Lisa Page says, “I think this represents that even as far as May 2017, we still couldn’t answer the question.”
In May 2017, Mueller was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to oversee the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US election.
Robert Mueller and his team have conjured up cooperation plea deals from former National Security adviser Michael Flynn, former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, Manafort deputy Richard Gates, and former campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, however, this witch hunt has no direct link to Trump.
As we can all see, the main collusion with Russia is the Democrats selling 20% of American Uranium to Russia, under Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and by work of John Podesta. Moreover, Democrats paid British spy Christopher Steele to get blackmail information on Trump, compiled in an unverified dossier (untrue), which was paid for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC.
Donald Trump tweeted late on Sunday, ‘The illegal Mueller Witch Hunt continues in search of a crime. There was never Collusion with Russia, except by the Clinton campaign, so the 17 Angry Democrats are looking at anything they can find. Very unfair and BAD for the country. ALSO, not allowed under the LAW!‘
Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, whom were having an affair and exchanging text messages, proved that they were conspiring against the US President by discussing whether they could open a “case” in a “formal chargeable way” after James Comey’s firing, which is now under fresh scrutiny after Page told congressional investigators that there was no Russian collusion.
Two hours after James Comey’s termination, Strzok texted Lisa Page, “We need to open the case we’ve been waiting on now while Andy is acting.”
Page responded, “We need to lock in (redacted). In a formal chargeable way. Soon.”
Strzok agreed, “I agree. I’ve been pushing and I’ll reemphasize with Bill” believed to be in reference to Bill Priests, head of the FBI counterintelligence division.
Republican representative of Texas, John Ratcliffe, who was part of the lawmaker group who interviewed Page, told FOX News, “I cannot provide the specifics of a confidential interview.”
“But I can say that 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.”
Peter Strzok’s text messages to Page, as follows, were highlighted by Inspector General Michael Horowitz in his report about the handling of the Clinton email probe by the FBI and the Justice Department, in which he found no political motivation.
Strzok writes, “Who gives a f*ck, one more A(ssistant) D(irector)…(versus) (a)n investigation leading to impeachment?’
“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.”
Ratcliffe read these messages to Page in the deposition, and asked if “the odds were nothing and that he had a concern that there was no big there there regarding any collusion” to which Page replied:
“No, I don’t think so. I think it’s a reflection of us still not knowing… It still existed in the scope of possibility that there would be literally nothing, probably not nothing nothing, as we probably knew more than that by that point. But in the scheme of the possible outcomes, the most serious one obviously being crimes serious enough to warrant impeachment; but on the other scale that, you know, 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. And so the text just sort of reflects that spectrum.”
“I’m not supposed to talk about the sufficiency of evidence, so that’s why I am weighing my words carefully.”
“Investigations are fluid, right? And so at various times, leads are promising and leads fade away. And so I can’t — I can’t answer more his sentiment with respect to this particular text, but certainly at this point the case had been ongoing. We didn’t have an answer. That’s obvious. And I think we all sort of went back and forth about like what — what the answer was really going to be.”
Trump fired James Comey in May 2017, which then started the Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, which has also found no Trump-Russia collusion.
So there you have it! The former FBI attorney Lisa Page and former FBI Agent Peter Strzok – who have both been fired – had their text messages looked into, which are now beginning to unveil the lie and plot to topple Trump with a fake witch hunt into Russian collusion, led by Robert Mueller.
We can’t say that this is a surprise to us, but it does seems like a treasure trove of text evidence against the Russian collusion investigation is beginning to take shape, courtesy of Lisa Page and Peter Strzok’s infidelities.
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