Well, well, well. The Deep State FBI is at it again. They have told GOP lawmakers that they have given them everything they had on the dossier and apparently that was a lie. During the questioning of Lisa Page, it was discovered that the FBI has documents where they tried to verify the Hillary dossier.
During the closed door, questioning of Page, she revealed that the FBI has documents from where they tried to verify the Clinton dossier. Obviously, it’s bad because the FBI lied about having them. Whatever is in there must be bad for the Mueller investigation or they would have handed them over. lawmakers visited the DOJ on Wednesday are going to ask for those documents.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 25, 2018
According to Fox News’ Catherine Herridge, GOP lawmakers have discovered new documents related to the phony dossier after Lisa Page’s closed-door deposition.
“Lawmakers are aware of new records after the recent closed-door depositions from FBI agent Peter Strzok and his former colleague and lover FBI lover Lisa Page.” Catherine Herridge said. “Lawmakers are now seeking records related to the controversial Trump dossier. An internal FBI file documenting bureau efforts to verify the salacious allegations,” Herridge continued.
Other documents are related to former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe’s memos that document alleged ‘obstruction’ of the Russia probe.
GOP lawmakers will also be discussing the FBI’s use of an informant(s) during the 2016 election to target Trump’s campaign.
Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) blasted the Department of Justice Wednesday morning before he headed into the meeting on Capitol Hill.
“Over the last 10 months, we’ve caught the DOJ: – Withholding documents – Hiding text messages – Ignoring deadlines – Engaging in potential FISA abuse – Defying Congressional subpoenas Just to name a few examples. Enough is enough. People need to be held accountable.”
Over the last 10 months, we've caught the DOJ:
– Withholding documents
– Hiding text messages
– Ignoring deadlines
– Engaging in potential FISA abuse
– Defying Congressional subpoenas
Just to name a few examples.
Enough is enough. People need to be held accountable.
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) July 25, 2018