Ex-FBI lawyer negotiates deal to blow the whistle on corruption by top anti-Trump agents
Top Democrats are now in full-blown panic mode as former FBI attorney Lisa Page is seeking an immunity deal to come clean about the corruption of federal agents in the highest reaches of law enforcement.
As more evidence begins to emerge proving that FBI agents tasked with investigating Hillary Clinton’s misuse classified emails showed a clear anti-Trump bias, more rats begin to jump from the sinking ship.
With Page’s pro-Hillary text messages already public, she’s now realized during her grilling on Capitol Hill that there’s only one way out: To squeal.
Being a high-level attorney, saving her own bacon will a priority in return for squealing, so cutting an immunity deal before doing so is a no-brainer.
As Page beings to throw high-ranking agents James Comey, Andrew McCabe, and her former lover Peter Strzok under the bus for covering-up Hillary Clinton’s crimes, then it’s no wonder the Dems are nervous.
During her Congressional testimony, Page has already revealed that China was behind hacks of DNC emails, not Russia.
She also said that the FBI discovered this long before the 2016 elections, but agents covered it up at the request of top Democrats.
Western Journal reports: The embattled FBI investigator Peter Strzok already showed a strong political bias that almost certainly influenced his judgment on inquiries into both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump… and he’s now facing serious questions and a loss of his security clearance as a result.
He put on the bad cop act again during his recent testimony to Congress, where Strzok acted aloof and uncooperative as lawmakers tried to determine if FBI officials purposely tried to undermine the candidacy — and then presidency — of Donald Trump.
Now, fellow FBI employee Lisa Page may have a chance to play good cop and take a much more cooperative route.
The government attorney who was having an affair with the married Strzok was on the receiving end of many of his anti-Trump text messages and had an inside view into potentially widespread bias and political scheming within the bureau.
Experts including Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch believe Page may be willing to cut a deal that gives her leeway to unload the truth about what went on behind the FBI’s doors.
“Well, I think Page has the opportunity to become the anti-Strzok,” Farrell explained during a Monday appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight.”
“She’s going to look for an immunity deal, or at least being treated as a cooperating witness,” the legal expert continued.
By simply cooperating with a congressional panel, Page would take a very different approach than the man she was constantly texting, and that could spell disaster for liberals if Trump’s claims of widespread Department of Justice corruption are true.
“She’s seen from last week what her boyfriend was doing, and she’s probably a pretty sharp attorney. She sees an opportunity or an opening to kind of recast herself, and I think she’s taking advantage of it,” Farrell said.
He may be right on target with that assessment.
Page has already spoken to several members of Congress regarding the scandal, and while those discussions were not public, participants hinted that the FBI attorney was indeed more forthcoming than Strzok.
Republican Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, for instance, told reporters on Friday that Page’s “willingness to cooperate today speaks well of her.”
Another Republican lawmaker, Rep. John Ratcliffe of Texas, echoed that tone and said he believes Page is “a very forthcoming witness.”
“She gave us a lot of new information that we didn’t have before. That will lead us to ask for some more people to make some more requests for information we do not yet have,” Ratcliffe said.
The fact that GOP lawmakers were frustrated with Strzok’s evasive testimony but downright positive about Page’s cooperation does not bode well for Democrats.
If she does strike an immunity deal that lets her dish on FBI insiders, figures like Andrew McCabe and James Comey could be hardest hit.
Even Barack Obama‘s reputation — what’s left of it, at least — could be on the chopping block.
As Farrell pointed out on Fox Business, there is evidence that the former president himself has his fingerprints on the “undermine Trump” scandal.
“There’s an earlier text message from Page where she says, ‘POTUS wants to know everything we’re doing,’” the legal expert reminded viewers.
“How much more evidence do we need? At what point does Mr. Obama come out of hiding and offer his version of the facts? That’s my question,” Farrell said.
“All the hysteria over (Russian) hacking was all on Obama’s watch. Where’s the accountability? I want him deposed.”
Only time will tell if Page’s testimony lives up to that hype, but she has everything to gain and nothing to lose by cooperating with Congress.
If Farrell is right, Page could be the key to unlocking our generation’s version of Watergate… with Obama playing the role of Richard Nixon.