DOJ Attorney Lisa Page Refuses To Testify To Congress…

DOJ Attorney and Special Counsel to FBI Deputy Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, is now refusing to testify to congress over her involvement in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 DOJ and FBI operations to exonerate Hillary Clinton and stop candidate Donald Trump.

Washington, D.C. – House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) issued the following statement after Lisa Page decided to defy the Committee’s subpoena:

“It appears that Lisa Page has something to hide. She plans to blatantly defy a congressional subpoena by refusing to appear for her deposition. She has known for months that the House Judiciary Committee has sought her testimony as part of our joint investigation with the Oversight Committee into decisions made by the Justice Department in 2016, and she has no excuse for her failure to appear. Lisa Page is a key witness, and it is critical that she come before our committees to answer questions as part of our investigation.

“We will use all tools at our disposal to obtain her testimony. Americans across the country are alarmed at the bias exhibited by top officials at the Justice Department and FBI, and it is imperative Congress conduct vigorous oversight to ensure that never happens again.” (link)

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450 Responses to DOJ Attorney Lisa Page Refuses To Testify To Congress…

  1. HickTick says:

    Remember for months we said , Why do Strzok and Page still have a Job ??? All that time and they could have Testified 10 times before Congress , but NO they wait until they are fired and lawyered up .

    Just think one measly little Inditement on any DOJ employee would turn the Worm .

    I would leak some rumors that Ryan , Schumer , Warner were Russian Spies and that FISA warrants were in hand and they are under constant surveillance ., I bet the deep state would Puke on itself screaming bloody murder .

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sandra-VA says:

    Given who her lawyer is, I have a feeling Lisa Page is not calling the shots here. Also, they probably want to know what Strzok told the committees behind closed doors before she answers any questions.

    She was a KEY player in the group trying to take out the President so she has a lot of knowledge… there is no way that the conspirators are going to let her open her mouth to congress…

    Liked by 3 people

    • tampa2 says:

      Correct, Sandra. Also, Rep. Gaetz, during his questioning of Rosie, dropped a bombshell about a pre-July 31st, 2015 payment made by the FBI/DOJ. I believe Gaetz was signaling to Rosie that a certain document, maybe more, indicated “intent and motive” pre-official PDJT investigation. IMHO, that shocked Rosie and Wray that Gaetz had something on them they were not aware of previously.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      they probably want to know what Strzok told the committees behind closed doors before she answers any questions

      They definitely want to know something in order to get their story straight. Strzok always told her how brilliant she is, but she apparently has such a poor memory that she needs to consult documents to remember anything. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

      • B Woodward says:

        Probably Lisa Page has to study the videos in order to find out the 39+ things that Hillary couldn’t recall. After all, if she says something that makes Hillary look like a liar it might be unhealthy.


  3. beach lover says:

    This is the game they play… don’t give up anything. It always seems to work too. Now, even if lover boy shows up tomorrow (which is in doubt now too) she will hear his testimony and follow suit. One reason they needed hers behind closed doors first.

    I am really getting sick of this.

    Do we know for sure they were fired? Or just relieved of their positions? I had assumed from Sundance’s posts over the months, that they were only kept on for leverage, so where is the leverage? In that rabbit hole we hear so much about?

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  4. ogoggilby says:

    Gee, I wonder what will happen next….

    “If a responding party fails to comply with [a congressional] subpoena, committee rules then typically require a majority vote of the full committee before a resolution of noncompliance may be reported to the parent chamber.

    If there are insufficient votes in committee to report a resolution of noncompliance to the full chamber, the committee may simply reject the resolution and pursue no further action. If there are sufficient votes in favor, the report must typically then pass from the committee to the parent chamber (either the House or the Senate) to face a floor vote before a resolution of contempt may be issued.

    Congress must then pursue one of three options for actually enforcing its contempt order:

    First, either chamber may invoke its inherent contempt power by instructing its sergeant-at-arms to arrest the non compliant party and bring him or her before the chamber’s presiding officer.
    Theoretically, the chamber is empowered to hold the non compliant party in the Capitol jail until the end of the legislative session. In practice, however, this practice has long been dormant and has not been employed by either chamber for over 80 years.

    Second, the presiding officer of either chamber may refer the matter to the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia to pursue criminal contempt proceedings, pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §§ 192, 194.

    Third, the Senate rules authorize the Senate to initiate a civil action in federal district court, seeking a court-ordered injunction to compel compliance with Senate process. Any person failing to comply with such an order would be subject to contempt of court under traditional judicial processes.”

    From “Understanding Your Rights in Response to a Congressional Subpoena,” issued in 2014 by Mayer Brown, a global legal services organization.

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  5. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Couple of questions for her. 🙂
    “Lisa, when you failed that polygraph test were you surprised that your status with the Agency remained unchanged? Yes or no? Do you have an invitation to Hillary’s planned Inauguration Party framed by your computer desk at home?”


  6. sukietawdry says:

    I don’t know of any lawyer that would allow a client to testify about documents they haven’t been given an opportunity to review. Let them see the damn documents and get on with it. If she refuses to testify at that point, arrest her. Our patience wears thin.

    Liked by 1 person

    • mimbler says:

      According to Meadows, the lawyer was lying and Page did review the documents.

      Liked by 3 people

    • JX says:

      On December 19, 2017, Chairmen Goodlatte and Gowdy sent a letter to the Justice Department requesting to interview Lisa Page. That’s seven months ago. Another letter was sent in April 2018. Committee staff have been in direct contact with Ms. Page’s attorney since June 2018 and she and her attorney refused to commit to a date for an interview. Consequently, Chairman Goodlatte subpoenaed Lisa Page.

      Many of the documents Lisa Page would be asked about are documents and communications that she created. Additionally, these very same materials were provided to Ms. Page during her interview with the Inspector General. Despite being aware of the Committees’ request for a transcribed interview for seven months, Ms. Page and her attorney waited until yesterday afternoon to go to the FBI to review documents, just hours before her scheduled deposition. In fact, it is the Committee’s understanding that Ms. Page never requested access to view the documents until the FBI reached out to her.

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  7. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Meanwhile Paul Manafort is still sitting in jail awaiting trial for “crimes” he allegedly committed years ago as a lobbyist. Put the two secret agent luvbirds behind bars and wait for one to sing.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Elwood says:

    Who is in control?

    You are watching a …

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Stormyeyes says:

    Liked by 6 people

    • Blaze says:

      So what are you going to do about it Meadows? Get on Faux News and cry like Nunes? Time for you guys to put up or shut up for once. You have no balls. Maybe you need some testosterone from our President.


      • freedom says:

        My feelings exactly. Enough “patience” and legalese…arrest her and get on with it!! These people are trying to take down our President and, as a citizen, I am becoming nauseated with the dog and pony show. We want arrests and punishment, not a lifelong investigation!!


  10. beach lover says:

    Goodlatte just on FNC and said both Strzok and Page had their security clearances reinstated in order for them to view classified documents in preparation for their testimony before congress. Hers was ended when she left the DOJ back in the spring. I guess his when he was escorted out of the FBI. She has until Friday to decide if she is going to abide to the subpoena or serious actions will then be taken against her.


  11. Mike diamond says:

    Lisa page skates,Hillary skates Debbie waserma n shultz skates,and so many more!Hillary even bleach bit her computer ! Yet,Mueller is still talking about russia!?and manafort,is still in prison!???what in the world is going on!!????

    Liked by 1 person

    • Plough boy says:

      The common theme in the above is that they are all democrats with authority or were placed in positions of authority. Democratic authority carries more weight than republican authority. Kind of makes a body wish they were a democrat don’t it.


  12. Angry Dumbo says:

    I am afraid we will have to wait for mid terms and a new AG. The possum is a rat.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Nightstand says:

      Sessions is deep state. They have the dirt on him. He can’t move without the deep states permission . Lisa Page has a bigger set than Sessions and I love it when a girl tells the mighty U.S. Congress to take thier summons and shove it up where the sun don’t shine. Congress is a horses ass , with no authority. Go Lisa , show them how a real man should act. I hear a bunch of sissies crying. They can’t do any thing to you so keep punking them out Lisa Page.


    • covfefe999 says:

      I think we have to wait until the Mueller witch hunt is terminated.


  13. JX says:

    Has the Judiciary Committee cited Page to the House for contempt?


  14. American Male says:

    Just put a bridle, bit, reins, and saddle on that horse-gummed mare climb atop her like Peter Strzok did and ride her into the Capitol then hitch her up to table before the congressional committee.


  15. Blaze says:

    Why should she testify? She carefully calculated this despite the worthless subpoena which obvious mean zilch today. Besides look at all the threats towards Rosenstein to hand over info. He laughs at it. He has effectively lowered Gowdy, Nunes and the rest to Faux News side-show carnival barkers. Time to move to more important, secure borders, trade etc which Trump is effectively doing.

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  16. Plough boy says:

    Seems like our president loses a lot when it comes to the DOJ . Sessions is not going to do the right thing and he will never hold Rosenstein in line, he is just to weak or corrupt. Trump should and has probably already given up on the DOJ. Trump is great when it comes to things he can control. If he could control ,or get someone to control and enforce the law at the DOJ, then that would make building the wall at the border easier. Enforcing the law , all of the law is a must. But who the hell am I .


  17. Instructor says:

    You are right Blaze.


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