Sara Carter Reveals More Details On Strzok and Page Text Messages!

The Strzok-Page texts are an absolute treasure trove of information regarding just how stupid and corrupt some pretty key figures in the Federal Bureau of Investigation have become.

This time, these two wayward agents actually discussed classified information… in unsecured messages.

As Written and Reported By Sara Carter:

Text messages between a pair of controversial FBI agents, reveal that the couple frequently used their private iMessage apps to discuss work and in one case texted about transmitting classified information on the unsecure chat medium, according to the troves of newly released texts last week.

FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and his mistress FBI attorney Lisa Page are at the center of a growing controversy surrounding the investigation into former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server and Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s investigation into alleged Russia collusion on the part of the Trump campaign.

Strzok and Page discussed using their ‘imsgs’ 37 times in their text messages obtained by the Congressional committees from the agents’ Samsung government-issued phones. The two sent numerous anti-Trump text messages and both were involved in the Mueller’s Special Counsel investigation. Strzok, who is now with the FBI’s Human Resource department, was removed from the special counsel’s office after the DOJ discovered the text messages he shared with Page. Page is no longer on the Special Counsel but still employed by the FBI.

House Judiciary member Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who has been a stalwart supporter of the investigations by Congress and DOJ into the FBI said transparency is key.

“We should see their iMessages, as well,” said Jordan, who clarified that he didn’t know whether or not Horowitz had obtained them. “Bottom line is as much transparency as possible is necessary in this ….


Strzok and Page Discussed Classified Info in Unsecure Messages | Sara A. Carter

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