Tag: Peter Strzok

Strzok Texts Reveal He Believed CIA “Leaking Like Mad”

Newly released text messages reveal disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok appears to have believed that the CIA was leaking to the media about the Trump campaign and alleged Russia collusion.

The Washington Examiner reports that Senators Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent a letter to intelligence community Inspector General Michael Atkinson on Monday urging him to look into Strzok’s December 2016 text message to his FBI lover, Lisa Page where he states, “Think our sisters have begun leaking like mad. … They’re kicking it into overdrive.”

The two senators say the text message reveals the FBI’s “apparent awareness of leaks by other agencies or entities to the media.”

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Grassley and Johnson also point out an April 2017 email from Strzok to his FBI colleagues in which he states he believes the CIA was involved in the Trump-Russia investigation earlier than initially thought, and that the agency might be responsible for the “seemingly incorrect leads” members of the media had.

“I’m beginning to think the agency got info a lot earlier than we thought and hasn’t shared it completely with us,” Strzok said. “Might explain all these weird / seemingly incorrect leads all these media folks have. Would also highlight agency as source of some of the leaks.”

The senators wrote, “These texts and emails raise a number of serious questions and concerns. For example, who are the “sisters” and what does it mean to say that the “sisters have [been] leaking like mad”? What are they worried about and what are they kicking into “overdrive”? Which “agency” is he referring to and why does Strzok believe the referenced news article “highlights that “agency as [a] source of some of the leaks”?

For the full report, click HERE.

New Transcript: Strzok/Page Text Messages “Freaked Out” Top FBI Lawyer

Top FBI Lawyer James Baker told Congress that reading just “a couple” of text messages between FBI lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page “freaked” him out, according to CNSNews.

A newly released transcript of Baker’s October, 2018 testimony reveals the former top bureau lawyer said messages between the two lovers “worried” him and that he was concerned whether some decisions in the Clinton email investigation may have been “driven by political bias.”

Strzok–as CNSNews points out–was the lead counterintelligence investigator in both the Clinton email investigation and the Trump-Russia investigation and Page was an FBI attorney assigned to work with Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. The two lovers exchanged thousands of text messages which included pro-Clinton, anti-Trump rhetoric.

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Baker told Congress, “So I only read like a couple [Strzok/Page text messages], literally a couple. But that was enough for me to hear, that it freaked me out. And I was worried and I thought we need to get on top of this quickly.”

In the testimony, a Republican staffer asked Baker, “[I]t’s my understanding you played a very unique role early on with requesting that an inspection be done of the Midyear [Clinton email investigation] case once these texts became known.”

Baker replied:

So, yes, when I heard about these texts, I only read a few of them. They were described to me. And I immediately became quite alarmed. And so my thinking was, well, from a — from the — okay. I don’t know what — I know that — I knew that the inspector general was looking at them. I knew that they would address them. And so I knew that there was a process in place.

So what I was concerned about is whether — whether any decisions had been taken — or not taken — in the Midyear case that were driven by political bias of any sort. I was quite worried about that. And I wanted to make sure that we as an institution, the Bureau as an institution, got on top that extremely quickly.

And so I suggested to the leadership that we put together some type of team — I didn’t exactly know how to do that, but I consulted with other folks — to basically do a review of the case and have an independent group of people come in and look at and assess whether any decisions were made that looked unusual, that looked like they were driven by bias, decisions made, actions taken, or things not done.

That’s what I was also worried about, the omissions, right? So we talked about that, and there was an agreement to do that, and eventually it was set up and it was done.

At the outset I was also quite worried, knowing full well that the inspector general’s office was doing an investigation, that I didn’t want to mess up anything that they were doing. And so we worked in coordination with the inspector general. I actually spoke to him and made sure that he knew what we were doing — and his staff — knew what we were doing, why we wanted to do it, to make sure that it was okay with him. And he approved it, his office approved it.

So we went forward with this review, sort of done quietly off to the side. But from my perspective it was incumbent upon us as good managers to actually be good managers and to do this.

Transcript Reveals Fmr FBI Official Concerned That Strzok/Page Affair Could Compromise Them

Newly released congressional transcripts reveal that an FBI official had warned anti-Trump lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that their affair could make them vulnerable to a foreign agent, according to the Washington Times.

The transcripts–released today by ranking House Judiciary Committee member Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA)–are from former assistant director of the FBI’s counterintelligence division Bill Priestap’s June 5, 2018 congressional interview. Priestap was in charge of overseeing both the Clinton probe and the hoax investigation into alleged Trump-Russia collusion.

The Times reports: “Mr. Priestap told the House Judiciary Committee that he talked to the anti-Trump lovebirds about rumors they were having an affair, but he never asked them if there was truth to the workplace gossip at the bureau.”

“[T]hey knew darn well that, if that was going on that potentially makes them vulnerable,” he said.

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Priestap added that he “had no information whatsoever that either of those individuals [Strzok or Page] had any contact, let alone engagement, or regular engagement, with an adversary.”

For a link to the full transcript, click HERE.

For the full Washington Times report, click HERE.

Sen. Paul Introduces Amendment to Reveal Obama’s Role in Trump Witch Hunt

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) introduced an amendment yesterday that would reveal the extent of President Obama’s role in the investigation into the Trump campaign and the use of the discredited Steele dossier.

The Epoch Times reports:

Paul’s amendment would modify a resolution, which calls on the attorney general to release the full report by special counsel Robert Mueller to Congress and the public. The resolution passed the House by a vote of 420-0 on March 14 and is now before the Senate.

“What we need to discover, and we do not yet know, was President Obama involved? Was this done for partisan purposes? Was this done to try to elect Hillary Clinton?” Paul asked on the Senate floor.

The amendment calls for former CIA Director John Brennan and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to testify before Congress under oath.

“We need to know why they decided that the fake Russian dossier was real,” Paul said on the Senate floor. “The country had concluded it wasn’t. No media outlet would produce the Russian dossier because it was so unverifiable and yet the FBI head, the CIA head kept sending the dossier out to people having it come back to them again and say ‘oh my goodness look what this senator gave us.’ It was what they already had!”

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The amendment also calls for the release of any communications from President Obama about the investigation into the Trump campaign and for the release of any communications about the decision not to indict Hillary Clinton.

Aside from President Obama’s communications, the amendment also seeks the release of communications from Former FBI Director James Comey, former CIA Director John Brennan, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Susan Rice, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, former FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok, former FBI attorney Lisa Page, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and former senior DOJ official Bruce Ohr.

For the full report, click HERE.

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Ep. 940 The Official Story Cannot Be True


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In this episode I address the explosive new revelations in the Peter Strzok testimony that indicate that the FBI’s official story cannot be true. I also address a significant problem with the Green New Deal that will impact your home value. Finally, I address the growing influence of Chinese-Americans in GOP politics and the controversy surround a new pro-life movie.

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Strzok: DOJ & Clinton Struck Deal to Block FBI Access to Clinton Foundation Emails

Disgraced former FBI official Peter Strzok told Congress that the bureau did not have access to Clinton Foundation emails while conducting its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server due to a deal struck by the DOJ and Clinton lawyers, according to the Washington Examiner.

In newly released transcripts from Strzok’s June 2018 closed-door Congressional meeting, majority general counsel Zachary Somers asked the former FBI official if “the Clinton Foundation was on the server.”

Strzok replied that it was “on one of the servers, if not the others.” However, the FBI “did not have access” to the foundation emails because of an agreement “negotiated between the Department of Justice attorneys and counsel for Clinton.”

Strzok also said that DOJ attorneys said they lacked “probable cause”  to obtain a search warrant for Clinton’s servers “and projected that either it would take a very long time and/or it would be impossible to get to the point where we could obtain probable cause to get a warrant.”

The former FBI official also claimed that once the FBI did gain access to the servers, the agency was limited in its investigation due to a “significant filter team” put in place to “work through the various terms of the various consent agreements.”

For the full report, click HERE.