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Remember Lisa Page? She was the never-Trumping partisan FBI lawyer who, together with her lover Peter Strzok, was among the first FBI agents fired for "bias" on the job as part of their probe of Trump's "collusion" with Russia. She was also the one whose nearly 400 text messages with Strzok disclosed the presence of an "insurance policy" to prevent a Trump presidency.
Unfortunately for Lisa, she never came up with an insurance policy should Trump win the election and all her scheming come to light and grace the front pages of the world's newspaper. Except to sue that is.
Tuesday - Page - Target - President - Donald
On Tuesday, Page - who has been a frequent target of President Donald Trump’s barbed tweets and fake orgasms - sued the Justice Department and the FBI over what she claims were illegal leaks to media outlets of her nearly 400 text messages with Strzok. These leaks are not to be confused with the near-daily leaking of virtually everything president Trump does by her colleagues at the FBI, CIA, NSA, and so on.
In her complaint, Page alleges "shocking and egregious behavior" - in the worlds of the ultraliberal Lawfare blog - by DOJ officials, specifically Rod Rosenstein and Sarah Flores.
Page - Lawsuit - Violation - Privacy - Act
Page’s lawsuit alleging violation of the Privacy Act came a day after the Justice Department’s internal watchdog in a new report said she "did not play a role in the decision" to open a probe into the Trump’s 2016 campaign even though Trump has argued that the bias against him by the married Page and FBI Agent Peter Strzok as displayed in their private text messages played a key role in the FBI’s decision.
Page’s text messages with Strzok were released “to a group of reporters” as part of a 90-page document by the Justice Department in December 2017, notes her suit, filed in...
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