Bombshell Developments from the Testimony of Lisa Page

Bombshell Developments from the Testimony of Lisa Page

Could the media have misled us about Lisa Page?

Not about her sordid affair with Peter Strzok, but of her willingness to help in the investigation. It certainly appears that way.

According to The Gateway Pundit:

Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page appeared on Capitol Hill Friday for a closed-door deposition.

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Fox News’ Catherine Herridge tried to ask Lisa Page questions as the former FBI lawyer briskly walked into her deposition.

Lisa Page refused to answer questions. “She basically just plowed through the reporters,” Catherine Herridge said.

VIDEO:
Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page arrives to face lawmakers over anti-Trump texts; Catherine Herridge reports. pic.twitter.com/yMZvVAfnjh

— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 13, 2018

Lisa Page did, however, answer questions during her deposition that Peter Strzok refused to.

GOP lawmakers who were present at Page’s closed-door deposition are saying they learned a lot of new information from the ex-FBI lawyer.

Republican Lawmakers focused on the FBI’s use of informants during the 2016 election and the meaning of her text messages with Peter Strzok, according to Politico Congress reporter, Kyle Cheney.

Source briefed on the Lisa Page deposition says early focus of Republican questions was on her awareness of FBI’s use of confidential human sources, in addition to the meaning of her text messages with Strzok.

— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) July 13, 2018

Rep. Ratcliffe (R-TX) says Lisa Page answered many questions Strzok didn’t and lawmakers learned a lot of new information. No details were provided.

Rep. Ratcliffe says Lisa PAGE answered many questions Strzok didn’t and that lawmakers learned a lot of new information. He declined to provide any other details.

— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) July 13, 2018

Rep. Gaetz (R-FL) says Lisa Page’s answers heightened his concern about whether the FBI was driving toward a “desired outcome” it its Russia probe.

Rep. Gaetz says the questions Lisa Page answered — but Strzok would not — heighten his concern about whether the FBI was driving toward a “desired outcome” in its Russia probe.

He said FBI counsel was still there and at times intervened to prevent her from answering.

— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) July 13, 2018

Rep. Meadows (R-NC) says Page answered more questions than Strzok because the FBI counsel was less intrusive.

Rep. MEADOWS says Page was able to answer more than Strzok because the FBI counsel was less intrusive and seemed more permissive.

Republicans seem far more pleased with her testimony than Strzok’s. Meadows/Gaetz/Ratcliffe all say they learned good new info.

— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) July 13, 2018

All three GOP lawmakers declined to say whether Page’s testimony was consistent with Peter Strzok’s.

All three, though, declined to say whether her testimony was consistent with Strzok’s. They got *new* info but not necessarily inconsistent testimony.

— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) July 13, 2018

Fox News Senate reporter, Chad Pergram says Meadows claimed Lisa Page is a very credible witness and falsely accused of not being willing to cooperate.

Meadows: Lisa Page is a very credible witness..she’s doing her best to help us find the truth and I think in ways she’snbeen falsely accused of not being willing to cooperate. We’ve learned.. evidence..that would suggest that she’s been willing to help in a spirit of transparency

— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) July 14, 2018

Meadows also said public testimony from Lisa Page is not on the horizon and that a public hearing will be a decision for Chairman Goodlatte or Gowdy.

Meadows: Public testimony from Ms Page is not on the horizon. I think we’ll have another side of transcribed interviews on Monday afternoon..Having a public hearing will certianly be decision for Chairmen Goodlatte & Gowdy

— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) July 14, 2018

Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows dropped a bombshell on Friday afternoon and said it appears the DOJ is continuing their efforts to keep material facts and even witnesses from Congress.

Remarkably, we learned new information today suggesting the DOJ had not notified Lisa Page of Congress’ outstanding interview requests for over 7 months now. The DOJ/FBI appear to be continuing their efforts to keep material facts, and perhaps even witnesses, from Congress.

— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) July 13, 2018

If this is true that the DOJ had not notified Lisa Page of Congress’ outstanding interview requests for over 7 months, how will Rosenstein respond.

According to news reports, Rosenstein claims they did make the request of Page over seven months ago.

Even more compelling is the potential information learned from Page. Will it confirm what Strzok said, or will we learn what we already know, which is the FBI colluded with the Clinton campaign to stop Donald Trump by any means necessary.

 

 

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