AG Sessions, Rep. Nunes Set Stage for Taking Down British Coup Aimed at the President

AG Sessions, Rep. Nunes Set Stage for Taking Down British Coup Aimed at the President

On Monday January 22, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Justice Department 'would leave no stone unturned' in investigating 'missing' text messages between FBI ranking counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok and his Bureau attorney mistress, Lisa Page. The FBI blamed software glitches for its inability to produce texts between the now notorious Trump loathing lovebirds dated between December 14, 2016 and May 17, 2017.  The latter was the date Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, acting in lieu of Sessions (who had been forced to recuse himself due to scurrilous allegations about his brief exchange of pleasantries with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kisylak during the campaign) appointed Robert S. Mueller independent counsel. Mueller of course, immediately brought Strzok and Page on board his investigation. Strzok and Page were re-assigned when the first batch of texts between them were made public, discussing an 'insurance policy' against the election of Donald Trump -- the Russia investigation and Steele Dossier Strzok and his pals promoted through the Bureau.

We now know that the Steele Dossier, contrary to the lies of 'ex' GCHQ British spook Matt Tait aka @PwnAlltheThings and especially Washington Post reporter Shane Harris, was in fact used to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign aide Carter Page. Judging from AG Sessions press release, the Bureau is not getting the benefit of the AG's doubt regarding this deletion of potentially exculpatory evidence proving investigators' bias against the future President and his campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. Most importantly for the Democratic Party deep state, the AG is hinting that he has resources to recover the texts (from the NSA?) even if Strzok and Page or someone allied with them in the Bureau tried to cover their tracks.

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