Sara Carter joined Sean Hannity on Tuesday night to discuss the latest Peter Strzok – Lisa Page text messages that show a coordination between the FBI and DOJ in their efforts in 2017 to detroy the sitting US President Trump.
The lovebirds Strzok and Page discuss news reports they leaked to the press and the need to sound more “folksy” in the anti-Trump hit pieces they were leaking to The Washington Post and other liberal media outlets.
Sara Carter reported on the latest text messages released by Deep State DOJ.
A number of new text messages reveal that two former FBI lovers appeared to have close communication with members of the media and attempted to frame arguments about Russian interference several months before the 2016 presidential election, according to text messages obtained by SaraACarter.com. The revelations raise “serious concerns” with lawmakers, who question the pairs motives, as well as the bureau’s investigation into alleged collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign.
Former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and his paramour former FBI attorney Lisa Page exchanged text messages several months before the 2016 election that suggest the pair were writing an op-ed together and that the FBI seemingly “authorized” a Washington Post story on potential Russian interference during the November elections.
On Sept. 2, 2016, Page texts Strzok about writing an op-ed: “Got it. But we are still writing the op-ed, yes?”
Strzok replies, “Yes, ish. He said too much data would be good to identify the key pieces of data and frame it in an argument, but not to spend ‘too much time on the opening or closing.’ I told him we were too much of perfectionists to not do all of it.”
On September 5, 2016, Page sends Strzok a link to the Washington Post article titled, U.S. investigating potential covert Russian plan to disrupt November elections.
Strzok replies, “This is the one (redacted) was talking about I think.”
Page then says, “Yup. It is very well sourced. 100% authorized.”
Strzok then tells Page, “Just read the article. We say a lot of the same things. I guess that’s O.K.”
Page writes back “Yeah, but that’s why ours is going to need to be more folksy. So it’s not like a news article.”
The Washington Post story refers to the Harry Reid briefing, stating, “After Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-NV) ended a secure 30-minute phone briefing given by a top intelligence official recently, he was “deeply shaken,” according to an aide who was with Reid when he left the secure room at the FBI’s Las Vegas office.”