Questions Answered – FBI Resistance Lawyer Lisa Page Takes Center Stage to Play Victim Card…

On November 8th of this year Lawfare founder Benjamin Wittes sent a rather curious tweet proclaiming his undying devotion to former FBI lawyer Lisa Page.  At the time it seemed rather odd and out of no-where; but today it makes sense.

At the time of Witte’s tweet Lisa Page would have been scheduling her coming out narrative, and consulting with the DOJ/FBI “beach friend” community for PR advice.  After several weeks of planning and careful roll-out organization, noted by several weeks of contact with mutually aligned journalists, today Ms. Page steps into the spotlight with her introductory article in the Daily Beast, aptly titled: “Lisa Page Speaks“.

Yes, yes, of course Lisa Page says she’s a victim to the horrible President Trump and the exposure of “private affair”, and the exposure of her “political texts and biases” etc. etc.  However, that’s not what is really interesting….

Within the article there’s a very specific and very familiar type of victim narrative construct.

When you read the article it jumps out at you. The victim narrative is from the exact same acting coaches hired by the FBI and used by Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford; it’s a little spooky how both Ms. Ford and Ms. Page could sound so identical, until you realize the same FBI and media people have constructed both victim storyboards.

Ms. Page decries what she has seen happen to her beloved FBI, that as she said “she grew up in“.  Now, if that institutional attachment sounds a little over-the-top considering a grown woman started at the FBI in 2013 and resigned in 2018, well, it helps to remember this is the Public Relations advice from the DC-based FBI committee.

The DOJ/FBI ‘above the law’ crowd of beach friends assemble in the Lawfare conference room; look at the latest storyboards and plan the Lisa Page marketing, advertising and branding campaign.   The resulting media strategy started tonight:

(Daily Beast) […] That was the moment Page decided she had to speak up. “I had stayed quiet for years hoping it would fade away, but instead it got worse,” she says. “It had been so hard not to defend myself, to let people who hate me control the narrative. I decided to take my power back.”

She is also about to be back in the news cycle in a big way. On Dec. 9, the Justice Department Inspector General report into Trump’s charges that the FBI spied on his 2016 campaign will come out. Leaked press accounts indicate that the report will exonerate Page of the allegation that she acted unprofessionally or showed bias against Trump.

[…] “I’m someone who’s always in my head anyway – so now otherwise normal interactions take on a different meaning. Like, when somebody makes eye contact with me on the Metro, I kind of wince, wondering if it’s because they recognize me, or are they just scanning the train like people do? It’s immediately a question of friend or foe? Or if I’m walking down the street or shopping and there’s somebody wearing Trump gear or a MAGA hat, I’ll walk the other way or try to put some distance between us because I’m not looking for conflict. Really, what I wanted most in this world is my life back.”

[…] “The thing about the FBI that is so extraordinary is that it is made up of a group of men and women whose every instinct is to run toward the fight. It’s in the fiber of everybody there. It’s the lifeblood. So it’s particularly devastating to be betrayed by an organization I still care about so deeply. And it’s crushing to see the noble Justice Department, my Justice Department, the place I grew up in, feel like it’s abandoned its principles of truth and independence.” (read more)

~ This tweet was November 8th ~

Tonight:

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624 Responses to Questions Answered – FBI Resistance Lawyer Lisa Page Takes Center Stage to Play Victim Card…

  1. StanH says:

    Lisa, you ignorant slut! Don’t you know to keep your mouth shut when indictments are forthcoming?

    This will be their play, throw enough BS up in the air and attempt to fight this in the court of public opinion.

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  2. Well, it seems like she’s NOT the one that Durham flipped (legally – not physically!).
    Perhaps her “debut” is Lawfare trying to taint the jury pool.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Not so fast — maybe she cut a really, really good deal and therefore print these things with impunity. Remember, she practically vanished from the scene — my guess is she was lawyered up and facing long, long questioning by prosecutors. What she engaged in was seditious conspiracy (not treason — which is when we are at war) — a felony that could have put her away for life, and the electric chair if the feds had capital punishment.

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    • muckeyduck says:

      Call me a cynic, but I suspect that if we pulled by the cover on all the “when do birds sing” ensemble, that we would discover none of the birds list in the Q showbill are actually singing a part.

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  3. Get the audio version of the latest Harlequin romance novel

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Except the background s/b the FBI HQ. This lets them off the proverbial hook. They sullied the FBI’s reputation BIGLY and must face the full consequences of what they have done.

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      • Story is it was Strozk’s wife who saw a “girlfriend” text on hubby Peter’s phone that was from Lisa, so she went to the FBI complaining about the office romance and fraternization problem with the homewrecker Lisa …..and that complaint led to the text messages being examined by the IG and others and contributed to understanding the “secret society” and the “insurance policy”.

        What an irony ….I suppose that makes Mrs. Strozk the REAL “whistle blower” .

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Good. Give that woman a re-ward.

          Now let’s see if she is smart enough to no longer Mrs. S.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Here’s the story about Mrs S, and a lot of good stuff from Sidney Powell.

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          • Time stamp 3:09 is the stuff about Mrs. Strozk discovering the sexting or crotch pics ….whatever have been the redacted texts ….maybe it was the same kind of stuff that got Andrew Weiner AKA Carlos Danger in trouble with the FBI that is the redacted Peter and Lisa texts nobody is seeing but Mrs. Strozk did see. Maybe that is the Strozking Gun for the “secret society” that the FBI can’t seem to find cause you know …shhhh…..

            it’s a secret…..and gets REDACTED

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    • Ris_Eruwaedhiel says:

      That is brilliant! Ha ha ha!

      Lisa and Petie – oh, my sick stomach!

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  4. ZurichMike says:

    She was so brave tweeting vulgar and seditious language about Trump while banging Strzok on the side. Now she’s little Miss Virtuous. What an abject, deluded political whore.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Soon to be represented by CPL.

      Really, what took her so long? Her pimps, Malicious McCabe and Buffoon Comey, been out for quite awhile. If she had nothing to hide, why hide?

      No one took anything away from you Lover Loser Lisa. I heard nothing about gag orders. That’s how your side plays it. You went into hiding all by yourself because you know you broke the 10 Commandments. And you know who really judges our words and our deeds.

      Enough said.

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  5. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Lisa Page ~ “And it’s crushing to see the noble Justice Department, my Justice Department, the place I grew up in, feel like it’s abandoned its principles of truth and independence.”
    Hey lady, that Justice Department of yours exists as part of the Executive Branch. There is no mention of some mythical “independent justice department” in the Constitution. Like it or not, she and her fellow travelers at the DOJ work for the president of the United States. (Remember the fakeNews media gushing all over the notion that the US Attorney General Eric Holder was “President Obama’s wingman.”)

    Article II Section 3 of the Constitution regarding duties of the President:
    “He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient; he may, on extraordinary Occasions, convene both Houses, or either of them, and in Case of Disagreement between them, with Respect to the Time of Adjournment, he may adjourn them to such Time as he shall think proper; he shall receive Ambassadors and other public Ministers; —>he shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed<— and shall Commission all the Officers of the United States."

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  6. Ken Maritch says:

    Lisa, it would be wise to remember….”Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind.”

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  7. beachbum31 says:

    Deeper Throat Speaks!

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  8. Elle says:

    I want your comment about tainting the jury pool to be true. I hope it is. This does seem like a replay of Kavanaugh with Page starring in the B-Ford role. The purpose of Ford was to sway the jury pool. Ford was an attention whore and she loved the stage, even when it was people throwing tomatoes. Page will reap the full force of the Streisand effect.

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  9. Justin Green says:

    Hey Lisa,

    Ted Bundy was a “victim”, too. ::rollseyes::

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  10. swal106 says:

    What is down right shocking to me about these statements that she made was the omission by her of the fact the She and Strzok was conspiring, before Trump even became the President, to remove him if he was to become that. These people obviously didn’t realize that if you hit Donald Trump, he’s going to hit back, and HARD. AND THEN to come off as Trump attacking her with LIES? Are you kidding me? She and that DOJ that she said was, “The Place I grew up in, feel like it’s abandoned it’s principles of truth and independence” were everything BUT that. Truth and Independence? An organization that had her and all other leaders in the DOJ/FBI attempting a Coup of the duly elected President, before he was even Inuagurated? PLease….

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  11. Jaye says:

    Lias Page claims she “grew up” in Obama’s corrupt DOJ. That was a lousy role model. Lisa.

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  12. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    She’s still married to her husband …..the support system, along with her husband, that has helped her get through the last two years—to be her alert system.
    I guess that’s how it works in DC. No doubt her husband has something on the side, also.

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  13. k4jjj says:

    She sounds just like the faithful Nazis right up to the trapdoor drop from their gallows.

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  14. X XYZ says:

    Poor Widdle Weesa. “Boo, hoo, hoo! That big orange bully keeps saying mean things about me. He’s picking on me! Make him stop! I’m pure as the driven slush.” (Just wait until she starts crying on camera.)

    Even a lawyer a STUPID as she is realizes that she was/is a public figure in a government position. Scrutiny and public criticism comes with the territory in politics. If you can’t take the heat stay out of the kitchen. And the bedroom, too.

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  15. Right to reply says:

    These people have become a law unto themselves. None elected global policy makers that need to be taken down, and jailed!

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  16. hokkoda says:

    Having read through it (you have to plug your nose a lot), this is not the interview you give when you’re in the clear. This is an angry, spiteful, defiant, interview intended to try and reshape her public image for the battles ahead.

    Try as she might, all you have to do is read her text messages to understand what she and Strzok were up to. They didn’t just violate their oaths to their respective departments. They violated their oaths to their own SPOUSES. These are sick puppies, and I’m glad they’re no longer in government.

    It’s gonna be a hell of a thing if that “predication” comes down to a setup of Papadopoulos to plant evidence. Especially hilarious that she doesn’t talk about the dossier at all…which they knew about at the time. Lie by omission there. If that “predication” collapses, a lot of people implode along with it.

    My guess is she thinks the IG report really does exonerate her of wrongdoing based on the IG’s very limited scope…but she does not think that she is free and clear from Durham.

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  17. gsonFIT says:

    I wonder why Ben Wittes felt compelled to tweet about his good friend Lisa Page 3 weeks ago. Seems to me he lacks some self confidence if he has to comment on non public events. He wants you to know he knows something but he cant tell you about it. That would be just the type of lawyer I would want. /s/

    I guess that is why he writes non-profit editorials for a living instead of practicing law.

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      as many guessed at the time of that Witless tweet, he seemed to be signalling to the rest of the coup plotters that Lisa had stuck to the narrative and had turned down the offers to sing.
      a sign that the rest of the prisoner’s dilemma participants should hold off and not sing either.
      part of the ukraine probe fakery, the mueller probe etc, is to steel the resolve of the plotters–to shut them up.
      lawfare rakes it in to keep the pressure on the president, no matter how specious and/or non-existent the allegations are
      a) so the media can run with negative stuff and sway low-info sector of electorate;
      b) so they can keep alive the chance that the president will make an unforced error and give them an opening;
      c) so enough time can pass that perhaps enough Repub senators can be blackmailed;
      d) so the coup plotters will keep the hope alive that they will not need to sing for their security

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      • Robert Smith says:

        These guys are lawyers. They are all recording each other for their own protection. It’s going to get real interesting when one cracks because there will be no sign of it having happened.

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  18. cheryl says:

    I smell a book coming out too.

    This scab on a buzzard’s azz is not seriously blaming Donald Trump and his administration for intimidating her? Really? The one who schemed with her lover to make sure Trump never won and was privy to the insurance policy scam when he did?

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  19. Zippy says:

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  21. Lenny says:

    Break this down to the basics. Sleeza was a needy target for Struckkstroke and she had one attribute that no man resists…she defied the laws of gravity, nothing fell faster than her pants.

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  22. Bulldog84 says:

    I admit I had to stop reading. It’s too sickening. For every sentence she utters I found that I had so many responses— and all were extremely negative, many also profane. I must control myself on this one, and limit myself to one minor correction and an exclamation:
    That’s FORMER GS15, Lisa dear.
    And MAGA!

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  23. PinotNoir says:

    Lisa hears the bus coming, sees the “comrades” lined up to toss her under it. Victim status may save her for a while. Bottom line is she committed treason and lost. Hard for the self anointed to realize they are going to meet the headsman’s axe- metaphorically or otherwise.

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  24. Bob Parker says:

    Note to Lisa “Horseface” Page,

    We the People ain’t buying the Horse excrement that you are excreting from your mouth!!

    TELL IT TO THE JUDGE PAGE!!

    By the way, I think that you will look quite stunning in the orange 1-piece outfits that you will be wearing in PRISON!!

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  25. PCS says:

    What’s the over/under on the size of her GoFundMe once she’s under serious legal pressure?

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  26. HarryO says:

    She should be doing that from a cell at Gitmo.
    BTW, she should see a periodontist for that Gingivitis and those bad caps.

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  27. ladydawgfan says:

    Leftists play the victim so often that I’m surprised they don’t carry their own body chalk and caution tape!!

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  28. jx says:

    Still no prosecution, Barr. Why?

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  29. jfhdsiu says:

    Yawn…. OK… Here’s my bit…. “OH poor, poor, POOR, pitiful her.So put upon, so BADLY treated, so unfairly maligned”? “If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime”. Don’t be guilty, BEFORE the fact, of committing the fact and making it a de facto fact…. After the fact it just sounds made up after the fact!

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  30. Ockham's Phaser says:

    I have to wonder if Lisa and her family have been threatened by the other conspirators? She was pretty quiet for awhile. I remember people wondering if she had flipped. I think altering Flynn’s 302 alone means she is very vulnerable, a slam dunk indictment actually. She could bring the whole thing down. There is zero reason to speak up now to create this narrative if she is innocent. She is fighting instead of making a deal. Could be this is the course she’s been ‘ordered’ to take, or else.

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  31. Catherine Thompson says:

    Rush stated that since Lisa has come out with this article it means she is not going to be charged or referred for charges with the upcoming IG report. Rush said since she is in it she has seen what it says about her. Makes sense unfortunately.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      It is very possible she will be referred for indictment. Horowitz can not indict so she is safe with his report. It is his referral she is claiming innocence against and setting up this preemptive strike.

      Her better bet would have been to come clean but since everyone is already getting away with their crimes, why not join in? No need to come clean when the fix is in.

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    • Concernedcitizen says:

      It could also mean that Page knows, or senses, that Durham has her in a bind and she is starting her PR campaign early to get in front of it.

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      • WRB says:

        This makes sense to me. It may be that she is going public now, not specifically because the IG report is coming out, but rather because Durham has finally scheduled her for questioning.

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      • X XYZ says:

        Remember when she was called in to give a deposition? It was reported that she ‘sang’ and that they got a lot of details from her. It is quite likely that she struck a deal of future leniency for her testimony.

        As for the PR campaign, Comey did the same thing with his book deal and his speaking tour. Gotta make a buck from it, especially if you will need big $$$ to hire a good defense lawyer when you are indicted.

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    • Even Rush’s batting average has gone down lately.

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    • Even Rush’s batting average has gone down lately.

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    • Merkin Muffley says:

      If she weren’t mentioned, she would be laying low right now.

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  32. Cocoon says:

    Lisa Page, FBI lead attorney, wantingly taking down a duly elected President.
    And she’s a victim?
    FBI Leadership under Obama was a mess!
    Now we wonder if deliberately?

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  33. I Hear You Now says:

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  34. Concernedcitizen says:

    Sundance nailed it, the Lisa Page re-branding is every bit the Wittes/ Lawfare construct as the “whistleblower” impeachment or the Kavanaugh take down attempt . In the case of Page, the Lawfare strategy is to demonize President Trump to make Lisa Page look good. Problem for Page is, Durham will not be swayed by emotional appeals from Page that President Trump is hurting her feelings. Page can go ahead and get fitted for the orange jumpsuit.

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  35. Mr e-man says:

    Lisa is going to speak out. She should. She should start by telling the truth, which she has not yet done. What were you doing with the 302’s? Was Rosenstein going to wear a wire? Did Mueller go to the White House to spy on Trump and leave his cell phone there? What did they know about the Dossier? Why did you run spies at the Trump campaign? What is the insurance policy.

    You want sympathy? Tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

    So far, you are just continuing to lie, sand we know it. You must really thing we are that dumb. What a loser..

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    • It’s not that your dumb, Mr. e-man. It’s just that she’s the smartest gal in the room. Ask her.

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      • X XYZ says:

        January 1879, Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, pg. 127, col. 1:
        TWO LAWYERS, bathing, being chased out of the water by a shark, one of them said to the other, “It strikes me that that was a flagrant want of professional courtesy?”

        All lawyers are smart. Law school doesn’t accept dummies. Some lawyers are smarter than others. But the laws of nature dictate that he weakest animals in the pack get eaten first.

        Just ask lawyer Cohen or lawyer naughty-naughty Avenatti how smart they were. Where are they today?

        Were/are Bill and Hillary Clinton lawyers?
        Is Lisa Page a lawyer?
        Are you a lawyer?

        “Professional courtesy”? Lawyers live in another world.

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  36. Zorro says:

    It’s interesting reading the leftist ferocious woman/wilting flower dichotomy defense on Twitter.

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    • X XYZ says:

      She is now becoming as pure as the driven slush. She is now transforming herself into Ms. humble Paragon of Virtue and victimhood. Haven’t we noticed and realized what her charade is? There is a reason why she is no longer wearing any makeup. All lawyers know how to do this in any courtroom. All the world’s a stage, eh?. But don’t expect her or any lawyer to trade in their fancy clothing for wearing sackcloth and ashes.

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  37. shipley130 says:

    Woof woof woof…woof woof.

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  38. tommylotto says:

    “…the report will exonerate Page of the allegation that she acted unprofessionally or showed bias against Trump.”

    I am not sure what that means exactly. However, we should remember, the upcoming report is very narrowly focus to the FISA application on Carter Page. There are lots of coup related activities that the report will not cover — media leaking strategies, OCONUS lures, setting up Flynn, and altering his 302’s. I’m not sure how involve Lisa was in the Cater Page FISA application and the concealing of the funding source of the Steele dossier.

    Ultimately, I think this statement is spin trying to mislead the reader that the upcoming report is all encompassing, and if it exonerates Lisa (in the narrow focus of the report), then it exonerates her in all respects, which is not necessarily the case.

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    • hokkoda says:

      It always cracks me up thinking back to that 2018 report which also said there was no bias (in the executive summary) while the report itself was LOADED with examples of extreme political bias which self-evidently compromised their investigation. Our Government is so utterly corrupt. She would have to write, “I am biased against Trump and therefore I am going to take this action against him,” in order for them to say she acted with bias…

      …and even then they’d probably let her slide.

      The choice of wording is interesting. I should think if there was no criminal referral, that she would just say, “To the best of my knowledge, there is no criminal referral against me. However, I eagerly await the final report.” You can’t get in trouble for saying something that is NOT in the report, only the classified that is IN the report.

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      • william elbel says:

        I agree completely.

        Why anyone is expecting something other than a whitewash from Horowitz is beyond me.

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        • hokkoda says:

          Expect the worst, be pleasantly surprised to be proven wrong.

          I get excited now and again, but if I just sleep on it, I wake up back where I started: ain’t nothing gonna happen. They would have to take out 20+ people at this point. Anybody think they’re gonna kneecap 20-30 senior FBI, DOJ, CIA, DOD officials?

          4:1 against, I give it, and that’s charitable.

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  39. Chewbarkah says:

    This is actually encouraging. Why is Page trying to get out ahead of the story? Because she KNOWS what is about to come out and that it’s going to be ugly. But the timing seems early, if this is all she’s got. The “I am woman, hear me bore” act will be forgotten old news by Dec 9th, and will be awfully thin against factual evidence, even if Horowitz evades the obvious conclusions.

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    • repsort says:

      Not even close.
      It means just the opposite. IG report didn’t refer her for charges and she feels safe to come out and play her rehab PR game in hopes of getting hired by CNN.
      What a sick, sad joke…
      Tragic, because this was their one, last chance to avoid the final breakdown of society and inevitable civil war.
      No justice, no stable society.

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  40. yy4u says:

    I believe it was her boyfriend’s wife who exposed the affair NOT President Trump. And if she is unbiased, I am the next Queen of England.

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  41. dcnnc says:

    Not sure why anybody would be expecting indictments against Lisa Page for the Carter Page IG FISA investigation. I don’t think she was very involved in that aspect of the small group.

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  42. TwoLaine says:

    Former acting AG Matt Whitaker’s take.

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    • X XYZ says:

      Aside from the potential illegalities involved, just having an affair with a co-worker will get you fired from virtually any corporation or organization. Apparently government swamp employees have immunity from the real world. This explains why Peter Smirk is so cocky and arrogant beyond belief.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        It is horrifying and disgusting all that they get away with, isn’t it? ESPECIALLY CONGRESS!

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        • X XYZ says:

          Actually this has been with us in American politics since its founding. I recommend that you find a copy of P.J. O’Rourke’s book written decades ago titled, Parliament of Whores and read it.

          Clue: It’s all about Congress. 😉

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      • Jack Rail says:

        Have pity on Szmirk. It’s the way his stupid face is made.

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        • X XYZ says:

          No. No. He is not stupid.

          This is not genetic, His behavior was shaped through his environment. From swamp culture he learned how to be and became what he is. If he’s ever sent to prison, he will learn to wipe that smug smirk off his face.

          Reform school. That is where he needs to be sent to unlearn his obnoxious behavior.

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      • zekness says:

        my understanding is that having relationships are not vorboten.

        having extramarital relations where there is even a chance of corruption and blackmail…

        having any relations, sexual, or otherwise with anyone that challenges the test of corruptibility.

        that lisa page had relations with Strzok, and they both worked in the same cointel division as lawyers responsible for making checks on high level very political and sensitive matters in an open formal investigation and openly displaying dangerous bias on official comms/networks…AND that is was extramarital.

        THIS is why the FBI took the action.

        not because someone at the “firm” was getting some on the side.

        that probably happens all the time..humans ya know.

        but never allowed in very protected environments.

        and these two are attorneys working at the highest levels.

        makes one wonder: did they even care this would be known… and considered it a simple affair that no one would even care about?

        also makes one wonder: what KIND of monitoring actually takes place for staff at the FBI that doesn’t catch things like this that would require the action of Special Counsel?

        huh?

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        • X XYZ says:

          I’m new to this forum. Are you asking me these questions personally, and expecting a direct answer? Or are these rhetorical questions you are asking?
          “huh?”

          I’ll answer by paraphrasing the notable quote “It’s the economy, stupid.” I’ll add: It’s the culture… (of the FBI – because WE run this place, and this government – just as Gestapo and Stasi and KGB did.

          I’ve omitted the word “stupid” from the paraphrase because you are obviously not stupid.

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    • Zorro says:

      Trust Stealth Matt.

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  43. Jack Rail says:

    Lisa wants her life back. She had no problem hanging out with people who were happy they ruined Brett Kavanaugh’s life. Must not be as much fun when yours is the ruined life.

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  44. DMWT says:

    Rush says that she has read the IG report; realizes that she is not going to be charged with a crime; and now feels confident/comfortable speaking out. Sad.

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    • jello333 says:

      I don’t think so. Oh, I agree that she likely knows she won’t be charged, but not for the reason most are assuming. She won’t be charged because she has ALREADY been given a deal, in which she spills the beans* on the whole affair. And now the reason she’s “speaking out” isn’t for OUR benefit. Nope, it’s for the benefit of the Trump-haters, those who used to like Lisa Page. But they’ll soon learn what she’s done behind the scenes, and she’s trying to say to them, “Please don’t hate me, I didn’t want to do this, but I had no choice.” (I realize this is only partially plausible, with a bit of wishful thinking on my part… but there it is. 😉 )

      (* Joe Biden would be proud of me for using that old-fashioned line, eh?)

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  45. Jimmy Jack says:

    Lisa Page and Christine Blasey Ford’s narrative sounds the same is because they are both CIA assets and this is a massive deep state coordinated coup and takeover of the US govt.

    All the same “beach friends”, all the same lawyers, all the same attack strategies by these are all CIA cutouts.

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  46. Robert Shotzberger says:

    Irony, that it was Smirk’s wife is who blew the whistle on them. LOL

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    • zekness says:

      yes, she is probably really angry with how the FBI handled it too.

      as in…where was the FBI protecting the integrity of the responsibilities they have a duty?

      not to suggest that they could prevent extramarital relations…but rather..why did it take the action of special counsel to notice.?

      I think as a wife, in this case, someone who appears to be highly active and intellectual, and connected, I think that is probably what also goes through here mind.

      “all those years and I thought the FBI was a incorruptible agency”.

      myth destroyed.

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  47. Bendix says:

    Anyone recall the FBI running into the Twin Towers on 9/11?
    Me neither.

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    • X XYZ says:

      I can remember seeing the members of Congress literally running out of their government building like rats on the day that happened.

      Profiles in courage?

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  48. RLTW says:

    There is a series of texts between Page and Strozk wherein they discuss the fact that they are in the process of editing the 302s from the Flynn interview. Those texts are open source, published in the media.

    Altering 302s after the interviewing Agents and their supervisor have signed them. Fabricating evidence in order to establish probable cause. Conspiracy to knowingly submit this fraudulent evidence to a Magistrate under penalty of perjury. Conspiracy to knowingly obtain fraudulent arrest and search warrants and subsequently conduct the false arrest and illegal search and seizure of General Flynn.

    A laundry list of felonies. The fact that this was all done in an effort to overthrow a duly elected President also makes it treason.

    I’m not an attorney but I did investigate Color of Law Criminal Civil Rights 18 USC 242 violations at one point in my life. I can tell you with certainty that any small town sheriff who did these things would spend the rest of his life in prison.

    I can also tell you that no federal agent or lawyer has ever been prosecuted under this statute. Will AG Barr be the first to do so? For the sake of our Republic and to avoid civil war, I sincerely hope so.

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  49. zekness says:

    paging Lisa Page,

    Joe Biden wants his malarkey back…

    paging Lisa Page,

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