It was only a matter of time before Obama and fellow rogue gallery members struck back.
That moment finally arrived and now this lawsuit by one top Obama ally could force William Barr to quit.
Disgraced former FBI attorney Lisa Page and Peter Strzok became the faces of the FBI’s villainy during the Russia investigation after their anti-Trump text messages surfaced.
Page and Strzok carried on an affair and were handpicked by former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe to play top roles in key investigations.
Strzok and Page bragged about how there was an “insurance policy” in place to bring down Donald Trump should he win the election.
Their texts made it clear the Russian collusion investigation was a farce and nothing more than pretext for dissidents inside the government to overthrow a duly elected President.
Lisa Page never admitted any wrongdoing and instead positioned herself as the victim.
Page filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice claiming top-ranking Justice Department officials violated the Privacy Act when her anti-Trump text messages to Strzok leaked.
“The officials who authorized the disclosure and their allies sought to use, and ultimately did use, the messages to promote the false narrative that Plaintiff and others at the FBI were biased against President Trump, had conspired to undermine him, and otherwise had engaged in allegedly criminal acts, including treason,” Page’s lawsuit argued.
“This clandestine approach is inconsistent with the disclosure of agency records for transparency purposes or to advance the public interest,” the lawsuit continued.
Page’s lawsuit was the second leg of a public relations blitz ahead of Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz releasing his long awaited report on the FBI’s abuse of power in spying on the Trump campaign.
Page utilized her connections with the liberal media to gaslight the American people into not believing her anti-Trump text messages expressed political sentiments.
“I don’t engage in any sort of partisan politicking at all. But having an opinion and sharing that opinion publicly or privately with another person is squarely within the permissible bounds of the Hatch Act. It’s in the regs. Yeah, it says it plainly. I’m thinking, I know I’m a federal employee, but I retain my First Amendment rights. So I’m really not all that worried about it,” Page told the left-wing swamp fake news website the Daily Beast.
Page’s attempt to shape the narrative surrounding her malicious and corrupt conduct in the Russian investigation failed.
The American people read Horowitz’s report for themselves and watched the Inspector General testify.
And the only conclusion from the report – which detailed how the FBI found no proof of Russian collusion but continually manufactured evidence, covered up key facts to mislead FISA courts and even knew the source of the collusion allegations was not credible – was that the only reason the FBI pressed forward in the collusion investigation was because of a desire to destroy Donald Trump.
Barr and United States Attorney John Durham are investigating how the FBI started the Russia inquiry.
Durham is now conducting a criminal probe.
Page knows this and her lawsuit is an attempt to smear and discredit Barr ahead of Durham making his findings known.
American Patriot Daily will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.