Newly redacted text messages discovered by congressional investigators reveal that an embattled FBI agent at the center of the Russia investigation controversy was close friends with a District of Columbia judge who recused himself from the criminal case over former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn...
Gee, I wonder which FBI agent was involved in said skulduggery?
Oh, that's right: apparently, the only FBI agent in D.C., a man named Peter Strzok. Strzok, you may recall, was at the center of the illegal plot to exonerate Hillary Clinton of her crimes while simultaneously sabotaging Donald Trump's campaign.
Page: “Thought of it because you had to Google FISC judges and him there. I’m telling you.”
Page: “I can’t imagine you either one of you could talk about anything in detail meaningful enough to warrant recusal.” Page then goes back to discussing a different issue saying, “Anyway, maybe you meant to, but didn’t.’
Strzok: “Really? Rudy. I’m in charge of espionage for the FBI. Any espionage FISA comes before him, what should he do? Given his friend oversees them?”
Page: “Standards for recusal are quite high. I just don’t think this poses an actual conflict. And he doesn’t know what you do?”
Strzok: “Generally he does know what I do. Not the level or scope or area but he’s super thoughtful and rigorous about ethics and conflicts. (redacted) suggested a social setting with others would probably be better than a one on one meeting. I’m sorry, I’m just going to have to invite you to that cocktail party. Of course, you’ll be there. Have to come up with some other work people cover for action.”
Page: “Why more? Six is a perfectly fine dinner party.”
The Strzok and Page texts referencing a "Secret Society" make more sense now.
One can only hope that the report by the Department of Justice's Inspector General -- due out any day now -- will blow these schmucks out of the water.
It couldn't happen to a more deserving band of traitors.
Hat tip: BadBlue Uncensored News.