Just when you think we know everything there is to know about the Obama administration’s Russian collusion hoax, more information comes to light. GOP Senators Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley have just released a new series of never-before-seen text messages between the crooked former head of FBI Counterintelligence – Peter Strzok – and his former mistress, FBI attorney Lisa Page. These damning new text messages provide even further proof of perjury that was committed in front of congressional committees by the FBI.
Just a couple of weeks ago, handwritten notes from former CIA Director John Brennan were declassified. In those notes, we learned that the CIA was well aware that the Russians were feeding disinformation and lies to the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign. The CIA isn’t supposed to conduct any counterintelligence activities on US soil, so Brennan sent a warning to the FBI: The Russians were lying to Hillary Clinton’s paid employee Christopher Steele. Brennan knew that the Russians were deliberately feeding Hillary’s campaign false information in order to try to help her win the election.
To Brennan’s credit, he was more concerned with Russian interference in the election back then and initially tried to do that right thing. But that was before Trump won the election fair-and-square, and the Obama administration decided to switch gears and just go with the whole Russian collusion hoax to undermine the incoming president.
The newly released Strzok-Page text messages confirm something that many of us have suspected for years: The FBI was spying on the Trump campaign well before the launch of the “Crossfire Hurricane” investigation. That was the operation under which the FBI sent spies into the Trump campaign, tried to entrap George Papadopoulos on a trip to Europe with the mysterious Joseph Mifsud, and used the fake Steele dossier to lie to the FISA court in order to wiretap Carter Page.
Keep in mind: The FBI has claimed all along that Crossfire Hurricane was opened on July 31, 2016. Former FBI Director James Comey claims that he learned about Crossfire Hurricane “sometime in late September.”
Strzok sent a message to Page on July 28, three days before the FBI’s “official” start of Crossfire Hurricane:
“So three things I want to talk to you about 1) [redacted], 2) our open CI investigations relating to Trump’s Russian connections 3) Whether two things I bought frames for are okay to hang.”
Point number 2 from Strzok is striking: “our open CI investigations.”
‘Investigations’ – PLURAL. The FBI was running multiple investigations on a rival presidential campaign which was mentioned three days before the official investigation supposedly began.
This is the point where Republican investigators should be poring over the congressional testimony of James Comey and Peter Strzok once again. It seems almost certain after the release of this text message that both men likely perjured themselves, by claiming that the FBI didn’t start spying on the Trump campaign until July 31, 2016. Three days before that date, Strzok was texting his mistress about multiple probes running against the campaign.
There was also a hilarious fact about the Russian collusion hoax that was revealed in this batch of Strzok-Page text messages. We now have concrete proof of exactly who rushed out to share the obviously fake Russian potty dossier with the media in order to damage Donald Trump, thanks to this gem:
Strzok: “Carl Bernstein (yes that Carl) called [Office of Public Affairs], said he got a ‘dossier’ from McCain.”
Page: “Awesome, let Carl run it down then.”
Even though he’s dead, it’s nice to know that John McCain’s record will forever be tarnished by this event. That dossier – despite the fact that it was later completely debunked as a fake – was still classified when McCain went huffing and puffing all over Washington, DC to leak it to the media.
It really makes you wonder how many more revelations we will learn about the Russian collusion hoax as time goes by. And it’s shameful that none of the co-conspirators in this coup attempt will ever see the inside of a jail cell.