Mark Meadows Reviews New ‘Peter Strzok Coverup Text Messages’ at Justice Department
Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) was spotted at the Justice Department Thursday with fellow Freedom Caucus member Jim Jordan (R-OH) shortly before President Trump issued a declassification order of Spygate documents.
Meadows told a reporter that he was at the DOJ “reviewing text messages and new correspondence that pertains to the Strzok coverup.”
Just hours after Meadows visited the Justice Department, President Trump gave Attorney General Bill Barr “full and complete authority to declassify information” related to Spygate.
President Trump on Thursday evening announced that at the recommendation of Attorney General Bill Barr, he has directed the Intel Community to quickly and fully cooperate with Barr’s investigation into surveillance activities.
Former counterintelligence chief Peter Strzok and his paramour FBI lawyer Lisa Page plotted against then-candidate Donald Trump in 2016, desperate to stop him from winning the election.
Strzok was one of the lead investigators of the Hillary Clinton email probe into her use of a private server. After Strzok helped exonerate Hillary Clinton despite her obvious crimes of sending classified information over a private server system and destroying emails and Blackberries that were under subpoena, he then migrated over to the Trump-Russia probe to hunt down Donald Trump.
Text messages sent between Strzok and his paramour Page revealed the two absolutely hated Donald Trump and even spoke about an “insurance policy” just in case Trump won the election.
Nunes recently said in an interview that he believes the “insurance policy” text message Strzok sent Page referred to the FBI’s use of Hillary’s phony Russia dossier which was authored by former British spy Christopher Steele to obtain FISA warrants to wiretap Carter Page.