A stunning new report from Sara Carter is shedding new light on the shocking level of anti-Trump bias at the Department of Justice, with new evidence showing Peter Strzok and Lisa Page used “unsecured devices” to discuss sensitive material.
“New emails between former FBI lovers, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page reveal that FBI officials used unsecured devices to discuss sensitive information,” writes Carter.
“Judicial Watch announced Thursday that it has received 47 pages of Department of Justice records from a January 2018 FOIA lawsuit. U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton ordered the FBI to process 13,000 pages of documents of communications between Strzok and Page. However, as the watchdog organization points out, ‘The FBI refuses to timely process the records and will not complete review and production of all the Strzok-Page materials until at least 2020,’” she adds.
“In a January 30, 2016 email exchange sent entirely over unsecure devices, top former FBI officials including General Counsel Jim Baker, Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Strzok, Page, unidentified individuals from the DOJ’s National Security Division and NSA General Counsel Glenn Gerstell, discuss a draft document with the subject line: “Revised IC Safe Harbor Letter (from [redacted] using [redacted] iPad),” writes Judicial Watch.
Read the full story at SaraACarter.com
CLINTON COLLUSION: Texts Show FBI Agents ‘PULLED PUNCHES’ in Hillary’s Email Probe
Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley sent a scathing letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray Thursday, demanding answers after newly released texts show the bureau was “pulling punches” from Hillary Clinton’s email probe as early as February 2016.
Grassley’s fired-off the incendiary memo to the FBI chief after the Department of Justice magically found five months’ worth of text messages exchanged between anti-Trump agent Peter Strzok and DOJ lawyer Lisa Page.
One particular message stunningly suggests that the agency was going easy on the former Secretary of State; saying the FBI was aware that she would likely “be our next President” and would “remember” those involved in the investigation of her use of a private email server to handle classified material.
“One more thing: she might be our next president. The last thing you need us going in there loaded for bear. You think she’s going to remember or care that it was more doj than fbi?” asked Page on February 25, 2016.
“Agreed,” replied Strzok. “I called Bill and relayed what we discussed. He agrees. I will email you and [redacted] same.”
According to the Daily Caller, “Bill” is most likely a reference to Bill Priestap, the FBI’s head of counter-intelligence.
“Has the FBI performed any voluntary searches of Strzok or Page’s non-government phones or email accounts to determine whether federal records exist? Please explain why or why not?” asked Grassley.
Read the Senator’s scathing letter here.
FBI COLLUSION? Anti-Trump Agents Sought TO CONCEAL Text Messages from Officials
Congressional leaders continue to release incendiary texts exchanged between anti-Trump officials inside the FBI, with new messages showing at least one agent sought to “get around” security procedures that would have exposed their inappropriate conversations.
According to the Washington Examiner, recently published messages between senior FBI agent Peter Strzok and DOJ lawyer Lisa Page confirm the duo attempted to conceal their private anti-Trump communications; even asking “We get around our security/monitoring issues?”
Page initiated the conversation, informing Strzok she was about to receive a new Apple iPhone from the agency’s Information and Technology department.
“Hot damn. I’m happy to pilot that…we get around our security/monitoring issues?” responded Strzok.
“No, he’s proposing that we just stop following them. Apparently the requirement to capture texts came from omb, but we’re the only org (I’m told) who is following that rule. His point is, if no one else is doing it why should we,” Page responded.
The revelation comes as Congressional leaders struggle to get to the bottom of widespread anti-Trump abuse and corruption inside the Department of Justice. Other text messages exchanged between the two officials go so far as to discuss an “insurance policy” should Trump win the 2016 general election.