Senator Ron Johnson Claims FBI “Informant” Has Information About Secret DOJ/FBI Meetings…

Senator Ron Johnson, a member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, has been investigating FBI activity surrounding the Clinton email investigation.

Tonight during an appearance on Fox News, Senator Johnson claimed to have an FBI informant who has information about secret ‘off-site’ meetings between high-level FBI and DOJ officials. WATCH:


Earlier today Senator Johnson released copies of text messages (full pdf below) between DOJ/FBI attorney Lisa Page and FBI Lead Investigator Peter Strzok which indicated the FBI agent saw no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion and was reluctant to join the Special Counsel Robert Mueller team because “there’s no big there there.”

(Via Chuck Ross) […] In an interview with WISN-Milwaukee radio host Jay Weber, Johnson read aloud a May 19, 2017 text that Strzok sent to Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer and his mistress.

Strzok wrote: “You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern that there’s no big there there.”

“In other words, Peter Strzok, who was the FBI deputy assistant director of the counterintelligence division, the man who had a plan to do something because he just couldn’t abide Donald Trump being president, is saying that his gut sense is that there’s no big there there when it comes to the Mueller special counsel investigation,” he said.

The text message was included in 400 pages of text messages exchanged between Strzok and Page. Lawmakers have started reviewing the trove of documents for evidence of anti-Trump and pro-Clinton bias. (link)


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641 Responses to Senator Ron Johnson Claims FBI “Informant” Has Information About Secret DOJ/FBI Meetings…

  1. 6079 Smith W says:

    Winning the War on the Internet One Meme at a Time

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  2. Hotlanta Mike says:

    1. For some reason, brain-dead liberals have this theory that @GenFlynn , one of America’s great heroes, has flipped on Trump.

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    • navysquid says:

      Imperator…agree. I have had the opportunity to work under/with LTG Flynn overseas and he is an honorable man just as ADM Rogers is for our country. Pres Trump made the right choice in selecting him initially and I have been ticked that the MSM put him in the grinder and placed him in an untenable position between VP Pence and POTUS. Despite what all have said, LTG Flynn is always country first…

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  10. getfitnow says:

    The fish rots from the head

    FTA – From the first, these columns have argued that the whitewash of the Hillary Clinton–emails caper was President Barack Obama’s call — not the FBI’s, and not the Justice Department’s. (See, e.g., here, here, and here.) The decision was inevitable. Obama, using a pseudonymous email account, had repeatedly communicated with Secretary Clinton over her private, non-secure email account.

    These emails must have involved some classified information, given the nature of consultations between presidents and secretaries of state, the broad outlines of Obama’s own executive order defining classified intelligence (see EO 13526, section 1.4), and the fact that the Obama administration adamantly refused to disclose the Clinton–Obama emails.

    If classified information was mishandled, it was necessarily mishandled on both ends of these email exchanges. If Clinton had been charged, Obama’s culpable involvement would have been patent. In any prosecution of Clinton, the Clinton–Obama emails would have been in the spotlight. For the prosecution, they would be more proof of willful (or, if you prefer, grossly negligent) mishandling of intelligence. More significantly, for Clinton’s defense, they would show that Obama was complicit in Clinton’s conduct yet faced no criminal charges. That is why such an indictment of Hillary Clinton was never going to happen.

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    • AH_C says:

      On shaky territory there. If POTUS is the only one that can unilaterally declassify a document, then the legal argument can be made that anything Oboobie sent to a recipient is automatically declassified for that audience.

      Hillary can and will go down, not because of any “classified” sharing of info with Oboobie over unsecured lines, but with other people.

      Short of being busted for crimes committed before and after his reign, he’s immune.

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      • Ad rem says:

        AH_C…for some reasom WordPress sent your last three comments to the trash bin. I’ve reposted all three, however, it will probably happen again. 😦

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      • Eilert says:

        “Short of being busted for crimes committed before and after his reign, he’s immune”

        Do you really think he can not be prosecuted, if it came out, that he was part of a conspiracy with a goal of destroying the country.

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        • AH_C says:

          Interesting perspective considering that he is out of office and according to the constitution, he must be impeached. It’s never happened before, so it’s uncharted territory. That’s in the eye of the law. How the public takes it is another.

          The constitution has nothing to say about him being tarred and feather or suffering the same fate as Mussolini at the hands of an angry citizenry. I imagine from the founding fathers’ perspective, preserving the honor was a sacred thing and without honor, what’s the point of living in shame.

          Another reason why progressives are anxious to eliminate any standard of honor and mitigate the stigma of shame. So they can do as they wilt without consequences.


          • jello333 says:

            The office of President of the United States is probably the most important on earth. The office and title itself, far beyond the person who holds that office, should never be allowed to be tarnished. Even though a person who holds that office may have committed acts and even crimes that are serious and deserve the most severe punishment, I believe it would do permanent and irreparable damage to the OFFICE of President to try, convict, and imprison that person.

            Therefore, by the power vested in me by the Constitution, I, Donald J. Trump, do hereby grant full and unconditional pardon to Barack H. Obama for any crimes he may have committed while holding the office of President.

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            • AH_C says:

              Depends on the crimes. Political “crimes”, yeah. Crimes against nature? We the people might still demand blood, as is our right as a sovereign people in which the rulers serve at the pleasure of the people.


              • jello333 says:

                Oh, me too. I’d love to see Obama rot in prison (or worse) for the rest of his life. But realizing how exceedingly unlikely that is, I’d be okay with the next best thing… ie, my scenario. Force the guy to walk around as a “free” man the rest of his life, with the STIGMA dragging along behind him the whole time. Knowing Obama, and how arrogant and self-centered he is, that might be a fate worse than death.

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      • AKM says:

        On a technical issue, if you are correct, where he could declassify such an email, Obama may manage to be innocent in a court of law, but would still be guilty in the court of public opinion. Which would be more important?

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Man oh man! I sure hope this ImpRex thread is true/prescient! I would be over the moon, if it turned out that Flynn had engineered a massive take-down of the Deep Stinkers, 0bunghole, and the Klintoon Krime Kartel!

      Prayers up for Flynn, his family, PDJT and his family, and for all the “white hats” trying to MAGA! May Almighty God bless, guard, and guide them all and all of us! AMEN!

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  17. NYGuy54 says:

    Is it possible that American citizens flushed out the evil in the DOJ and FBI using………….twitter?

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    • MM says:

      Lots of people on twitter uncovering the goods on these crooks so it’s possible
      that twitter users helped flush a few.
      I saw you think McCabe could have turned, that would explain the letter put up
      on FBI website finding McCabe was not in violation of the Hatch Act.. It was a glowing
      report about McCabe…..

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    • rf121 says:

      So what happens when, not if, twitter shutdown the “opposition” voices? We really need another platform because all coups start by shutting down the radio stations.


    • joninmd22 says:

      Talk about irony. It’ll drive the liberals who work and own Twitter nuts.

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    • Theo West says:

      It wasn’t for lack of trying, me being one of many ordinary but angry Americans tweeting and retweeting everything we could find, the only way we had to get around the MSM disinformation campaign. And why Twitter has now pushed back by suppressing voices. I believe Twitter and other social media are complicit in possible treasonous action against the US, along with corrupt government officials and MSM. Social media needs to be investigated along with the FBI and DOJ – and I do believe Trump is on it. Must drive them nuts he uses Twitter so effectively to educate us, if you understand how he uses language to inform even while appearing “stupid” to everyone else.

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      Assuming these are accurate, I am glad to see them; my heart has hurt for General Flynn. That said, I would really rather that his attorney filed a Motion to Withdraw his Guilty Plea entirely based on the evidence now known which was not known at the time, rather than him receive a pardon, which would indicate that he actually did something needing to be pardoned.

      Also think it would be great if he would join in Manafort’s lawsuit.

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  20. Buckeye Ken says:

    Why so quiet Hillary?

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  21. The Boss says:

    I scanned a couple pages of replies and did not see this little tidbit. (So hopefully no one posted upthread and I missed).

    At the very beginning of the Fox video, did you notice what it said on the bottom of the screen?
    “Gowdy Urges Caution in Handling of FISA Memo”.

    Let’s hope that is the extent of Gowdy’s involvement. #ReleaseTheMemo

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  22. Truthfilter says:

    If Strzok thought that “there’s no there there” then what was the “insurance policy?” I am confused. Was Strzok reluctant to join Mueller’s team because he knew the investigation was based on the unsubstantiated (and likely made up) Dossier?

    Was the “insurance policy ” something else? Like assasination?

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    • The missing texts are from a 5 month period between those two statements. I assume the FBI came up empty during that time, but Comey wanted to hold the investigation over Trump’s head for as long as he could.

      Think about this: Strzok is saying there is no collusion soon after Comey was fired. Strzok should have been the most suspicious at that time. The fact that he isn’t means they knew there was nothing, they knew the investigation should have been wrapped up long ago, and they knew that Comey wasn’t acting in good faith. Those text very likely completely vindicate the decision to fire Comey and perhaps Muller is rushing to question Trump before they are discovered.

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    • shannynae says:

      Interesting that you bring up assassination because there has been a story out all day about the FBI actually planning to “physically” harm the President but no is talking about it so I didn’t know if it was gaslighting or not.

      I have to admit that at times I have wondered if he was safe even while in the White House.

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      • New Nonna to be Again!!! says:

        #1 reason to continue to pray for our Lion.

        Lord God, by Your Will and Hand, the incomparable Donald J Trump ran, was elected and has become our 45th President of these God Blessed United States of America. We thank You, Lord. We humbly and sincerely thank You.

        Lord, we ask with all our sincerity and might, as Your own children, that Your Hand continue to protect our President from all harm and evil. With great confidence in You, we ask that our President remain safe and full of vim and vigor for the role You have set before him. Allow him to lead the way to bring back the greatness of our beloved country, unlike any other in the world. That this magnificent country may be an example of a country that publicly loves and honors You.

        For Your Glory and Honor, Lord God, drive out all the wicked, evile, vile slime from our government and around the world. May such a victory bring Glory and Praise to Your Holy Name for all to see.

        You are all we have, and You give us all we need. I ask this all in the name of The Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit, Who lives and reigns forever, and ever. Amen.

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    • CY BROWN says:

      They weren’t spying on trump to catch him with Russians. The Dossier wasn’t used as an excuse to spy on him.
      They were spying on him to get useful political info to make sure he lost. The Dossier was used to cover their tracks. Fusion GPS was creating events like the Trump Jr. meeting in order to report it and muddy up Trump. The whole freeking thing was a dirty political game and Fusion GPS used the power of the government spying apparatus to do it.

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      the insurance policy referred to pre-election shenanigans not post. that was the obvious explanation and thats what everyone understood when they first read the text in December 2017.

      only 2 weeks after revelation of text, insider scumbag spin pushed the putatively exculpatory narrative through a WSJ article that the insurance referred to post election actions. and for some reason, everyone has run with that explanation.


      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        In what way would the “insurance” remark’s referring to post-election plans be exculpatory? Either narrative is damning.


    • Rhoda R says:

      That did kind of jump out – if this ‘insurance’ he talked about wasn’t the dossier then what was it?


  23. TheAbidingDude says:

    As Elmore Leonard put it, “Wonderful things can happen when you plant seeds of distrust in a garden of a-holes.”

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  24. Hotlanta Mike says:

    Joe DiGenova: Members of the Secret Society NO DOUBT Continue to Communicate With Each other

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  25. Sharpshorts says:

    Release the memo — there’s now a “consensus of Congress critters leaking super-secret stuff” so who needs to follow the 19 day process rule?
    We have progressed from Schiff’s “anonymous leaking” of super-secret stuff (now it’s “Can’t Release the Memo Because American People Won’t Understand It”) to Feinstein’s the oldhead cold excuse release and now we have Senator Johnson’s no qualifier needed release of super-secret stuff…
    Whats the big deal? Seems everybody is doing it (so it must be OK).

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  26. Minnie says:

    Those missing texts will be found.

    I hold out hope.

    🙏 Faith 🇺🇸 Trust 🦁

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  27. JessWokeUp says:

    Hmmm I think our (and by our I mean Sundance’s) chart may be short one woman on the FBI side after looking thru these texts above. Most of the women added are on the DOJ side if I remember correctly… and the above texts do seem to indicate a woman in a supervisory role unless the person they reference was “visiting” from the DOJ. Often feel like we are looking at an immense crossword puzzle and we get small clues on from time to time.


    • litenmaus says:

      September 2015 – Tricia S. Wellman joined NCTC as the Center’s first Executive Director. Ms. Wellman most recently served as the Deputy Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Policy and Strategy and the IC Information Sharing and Safeguarding Executive.

      In those roles, she oversaw the formulation and implementation of IC-wide policy and strategy on a full range of intelligence issues, including collection, analysis, requirements, management and information sharing and she provided overall leadership for ODNI and IC information sharing initiatives.

      She handled a range of legal issues facing the ODNI, including litigation, legislation, and Guantanamo Bay detainee issues.


  28. oldsarg says:

    How much I wish, pray and hope this secret cabal is exposed but until someone is charged this is all just Hollywood.

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  29. jameswlee2014 says:

    Does Andy McCabe have a happy face? No. He does not have a happy face and we know why.

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  30. lastinillinois says:

    I gotta tell ya,
    that Lisa Page is growing on me.

    She’s starting to look like someone I could spend some time with.
    I might send her an e-mail this weekend, see wussup.

    Maybe she’d like to get outta DC for awhile, take a trip, see a show…….

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  31. kpm58 says:

    I am sad with the thought of how this will affect the Black community.
    It is not their fault. These were the acts of individuals, mainly one individual, and race was not a reason for the actions though it was used at times as a tool to further the actions.
    It is not their fault.

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  32. konradwp1 says:

    Senator Johnson sounds like a UN-Party player trying to grandstand on an issue he knows next to nothing about. Feigning outrage over misreported details and “demanding answers” from the lifeless glass lens of a TV camera. He brings nothing useful to the investigation into FBI / DOJ corruption or the plot against Trump. He’s worse than useless, he brings confusion and obscuration through incompetence.

    They may put an “R” in front of his name on TV, but really the voices of the likes of Johnson shouldn’t be heard on these critical issues. All he’ll do is act outraged, talk tough, bloviate on pointless committees and inquiries that go nowhere, while all the Swamp and Deep State guilty escape.


  33. Boots says:

    Does anyone think the “missing” Storzyk/Page texts can are stored someplace, on some server, etc, and can be retrieved? I mean, c’mon! Cell phone forensic examiners find deleted texts all the time. So how hard is it to get the “missing” texts?

    Anyone imagine what would’ve happened if these deep state actors had tried this kind of coup against Uncle Joe? He’d have had them lined up and shot already. And then billed their families for the cartridges expended.

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    • NotALiberal says:

      The NSA has them. I’m convinced of that.

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    • beach lover says:

      I think at this point they are buying time. Mueller has to wrap this up and save face by interviewing Trump. If those texts get out, the memo and all the ramifications of what that entails, his little witch hunt is over. My biggest wonder is with Ray. He has to know if they are retrievable.. or else he is still in catch up mode and the “society” has kept him in the dark as well.


  34. In the standard photo,would someone label Mr. Green tie talking to McCabe? Whatever he was saying, could have been a bad lunch suggestion, McCabe was not happy. Also in the text messages, there was a comment about Chaffetz’s resignation, would that have been the congressman and any idea what role that plays in the situation?

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  35. Tonawanda says:

    One of the most bizarre aspects of the recent past is Republicans sounding like men.

    Very bizarre.

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  36. Troublemaker10 says:

    Sen Ron Johnson is mild mannered and NOT a political spinner. He may not make the best case in these discussions, but he adds great credibility.

    So, what the heck were these meetings? What were they doing? Who were the participants?

    DOJ and FBI can NOT investigate themselves. Someone else has to be appointed to do it.

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  37. trialbytruth says:

    I learned some useless (I think) information the U0001fXXX you see in the text messages are computer code misreads of either apple or android emoticons viewed on a pc. So this was processed threw a pc.

    Yeah I know who cares but i thought maybe they were codes for something else.

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  38. Carrie2 says:

    Why don’t they free Assange because I feel comfortable that he has all this in Wikileaks. Also nothing disappears with bleach or anything else once in cyberspace. Undoubtedly in many computers out there. What a disgrace for America to have supposed employees to protect us have become turncoats (read: traitors) and now more and more of the truth is coming forth. However, I can believe Wikileaks has it all.


  39. TwoLaine says:

    Johnson is the one who sent this missive requesting additional texts and messages, expanding the circle of the “small group”.

    “Ms. Page: No, he’s proposing that we just stop following them. Apparently the requirement to capture texts came from omb, but we’re the only org (I’m told) who is following that rule. His point is, if no one else is doing it why should we.”

    “James Turgal, executive assistant director for the Information and Technology Branch, FBI Headquarters

    Mr. Turgal has been named executive assistant director for the Information and Technology Branch. Most recently, Mr. Turgal served as the assistant director of the Human Resources Division.”

    Turgal also apparently retired at the end of Dec 2017, and now he works for Deloitte & Touche, LLC as their Managing Director, Cyber Risk Services. That pught to be fascinating. I wonder if they know he tells people how to circumvent company surveillance, or is that what he was specifically hired to do?


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