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Latest Strzok and Page Texts Show Others ‘Leaking Like Mad’ Right Before Mueller Probe

Latest Strzok and Page Texts Show Others ‘Leaking Like Mad’ Right Before Mueller Probe

“Think our sisters have begun leaking like mad. Scorned and worried, and political, they’re kicking into overdrive.”

Fox News has obtained new text messages between former FBI agent Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page, a former FBI lawyer, that show others within the government leaked information to the media before the Russia probe. From Fox News:

A lengthy exchange dated Dec. 15, 2016 appears to reveal a potential leak operation for “political” purposes.

“Oh, remind me to tell you tomorrow about the times doing a story about the rnc hacks,” Page texted Strzok.

“And more than they already did? I told you Quinn told me they pulling out all the stops on some story…” Strzok replied.

We do not know for sure who Quinn is, but someone told Fox News it could be “Richard Quinn, who served as the chief of the Media and Investigative Publicity Section in the Office of Public Affairs.”

Fox News continued:

Strzok again replied: “Think our sisters have begun leaking like mad. Scorned and worried, and political, they’re kicking into overdrive.”

In one passage, Strzok apparently misreads a reference to “rnc” as “mc,” and then, realizing his error, blames “old man eyes.”

Following the text about “sisters leaking,” Strzok wrote to Page:

“And we need to talk more about putting C reporting in our submission. They’re going to declassify all of it…”

Page replied: “I know. But they’re going to declassify their stuff, how do we withhold…”

“We will get extraordinary questions. What we did what we’re doing. Just want to ensure everyone is good with it and has thought thru all implications,” Strzok wrote. “CD should bring it up with the DD.”

We do not know who the “sisters” are that Strzok mentioned. Seventeen agencies make up the Intelligence Community like the FBI, CIA, and NSA.

Fox News spoke to John Iannarelli, a retired FBI special agent and former FBI national spokesman, who described the use of sisters as off and explained that the term “could be any intelligence agency or any other federal law enforcement agency” because “[T]he FBI works with all of them because, post 9/11, it’s all about cooperation and sharing.”

Another person told Fox News that “C” could refer to classified information (Did you get that, Hillary Clinton? C means CLASSIFIED). “CD” probably means Cyber Division and DD may be former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

On the day Strzok texted to page about people “leaking like mad,” the media published reports “that U.S. intelligence officials said they were convinced that Russian President Vladimir Putin was personally involved, and approved Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.” A few days before he sent the text, The New York Times published an article that claimed “senior administration officials” believe that Russian hackers aimed to help then-candidate Donald Trump win in November 2016.

These latest texts appear to back up the claims made by Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) on Monday and Tuesday. His office reviewed texts from Strzok and Page that show “an apparent systemic culture of media leaking by high-ranking officials at FBI and DOJ related to ongoing investigations.”

Strzok lost his job at the FBI in August due to the anti-Trump texts he sent to Page. Page resigned from the FBI in May. The two of them “exchanged 50,000 texts during the course of the campaign and the months that followed.”


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I’ll bet she’s forever referred to as “..his mistress Lisa Page.” She’s let the entire Sisterhood down. SMH

in a nation of laws, both these scumbags would already be in prison…

and that’s *after* negotiating for a lesser sentence by rolling over on everyone else in the conspiracy.

too bad we haven’t been a nation of laws for a couple of decades now, eh?

    MarkS in reply to redc1c4. | September 12, 2018 at 8:34 pm

    ….and Jessions is keeping it that way!

      JusticeDelivered in reply to MarkS. | September 13, 2018 at 2:19 pm

      When Trump announced Sessions and Blacks went apeshit crazy, I thought that maybe we would finally see Sessions bring those who persecuted Zimmer, his family, business associates, friends and even those he did something to help, along with a long list of similar cases, to justice.

      What a disappointment, one that goes far beyond just civil rights violations.

    Elzorro in reply to redc1c4. | September 13, 2018 at 7:57 am

    There appears to be no cops to investigate and file information with the prosecutor, no prosecutor to take the evidence and get a case in to the court, and no court to try the case. Legalized crime. Open season on American Citizens.

4th armored div | September 12, 2018 at 6:40 pm

I still don’t get why the assumption that Putzin wanted DJT to win.
The Russians had been bribing the Clinton Crime Family for years –
and don’t forget the ‘reset’ button.

    You are assuming the charges were made in good faith. They were not. Nobody who originated those charges believed them. They were just a pretext which was used to spy on a presidential campaign. Sure, a few of the lower level stooges got all hysterical and bought in, but leftists tell themselves all sorts of fairy tales so it wasn’t necessary to pick anything which was particularly believable to get 100% buy-in. These are people who regularly outsource their thinking. That is what it means to be a collectivist. Someone else does the work, or the thinking, or the financing.

    Hillary and Obama were all butthurt over being wrong about the Russians so they chose them as the pretext, but it was so ridiculous that it made it easy for people to understand the whole thing was bogus from the get go. I also think another major motivation is that they were afraid a foreign country really did have Hillary’s e-mails and wanted to muddy the waters so that if they were later released the issue wouldn’t be Hillary’s security violations etc… This was a deeply stupid plot by a bunch of incompetents who still managed to get an investigation started because all of our institutions are corrupt to their very core. And decent people do not rise to the top of corrupt institutions.

    I am sure that if the Russians were involved it was more to create discord. The first person to mention Russia involvement was with the DNC email leak, shortly after the leak Hillary blamed them, even though there was zero proof and as was pointed out numerous times (which the media mainly ignored) the download speed was too fast for a server.

    Hillary set the stage, the FBI helped create the illusion using loose ties to get a FISA warrant to spy on Trump’s campaign, the Steele dossier was done through Steele using Russians to get items to put in the dossier. The CIA had their hands in it.

    I do believe Russia would have been very happy with Hillary in as President given the dirt they have on her. Failing that, seeing Hillary defeated, having Trump under investigation like this works just as well. Sort of. I think they played their usual games, just like many other countries do. Mueller is tied in with the Russians through his ignoring the law with regard to what he knew about the Clinton “donations” and speaking fees to attain the Uranium One deal. Comey knew too, and used deflection from China’s role, pushing it on Russia. McCabe is up to his eyeballs in pushing Russia.

    Rosenstein is also tied in with the Russia mess through his role with the FISA application – which signed off on.

    Seems there was a massive cabal tied to Russia, but Trump was set up to take the fall. I think they wanted to do the launch of Russia ties before the election, then saw Hillary was so far ahead they thought they didn’t need it. Hillary also was depending on the Obama fraud machine to help push her over the line as well.

    There was a ton of money flowing to the various left factions from Hillary and Bill, and it is because she lost that they went into coverup mode. Obama has his fingerprints on this as well.

regulus arcturus | September 12, 2018 at 6:46 pm

Supposedly journalists are directly implicated now, and likely to be prosecuted.

4th Armored Div,

That’s the part that never made any sense to me at all, at all. Everybody knew that she was up to her eyeballs in Corruption. Everybody already knew that she would sell out anything to get the almighty dollar. The Clintons proved that in the 90s with the Chinese bribes (Lucent Technologies).

Why anyone would think a multi-billionaire would sell-out for money he doesn’t need is beyond me.

    alaskabob in reply to RedEchos. | September 12, 2018 at 7:25 pm

    Because Trump couldn’t be bribed. He efficiently campaigned. We must truly take the measure of the Left as desperation grows. I would bet there will be serious voter fraud this time around..serious fraud as they can not afford to lose. If (when!) they lose keep your powder dry. Think 1860 on steroids and 2020 will be 1860 on meth.

    Someday in the future… forget GOT and whatnot… forget “The Crown”…. “The Clintons” will overshadow everything… if the production company survives.

And F. Chuck Todd wants us all to believe that members of the media are just trying to report the truth. How many of these journalists were actually looking for truth? I can count them on no hand.

Whatever happened to Sessions Big Leak crackdown?

This would make a good advertisement for maxipads as they would have never leaked using Always!

who described the use of sisters as off and explained that the term


So to LEGAL INSURRECTION I ask you why there is no legal strategy offered to the issues you post. I asked a few times about the role of corporations and campaigns given the clear collusion of the bandwidth. Maloney says Trump is a crook and bigot every two minutes on NY media outlets. Is this big enough a corporate activity to constitute a threat to American Democracy?

In what legal universe would such a massive attempt to influence the voting public not constitute a serious threat to the very nature of our Constitutional process? What legal action can challenge this behavior? Democrats once lamented that corporations are “persons”. Now they celebrate corporations are masters of our Republic. Were they given powers that make them immune to law? Thwarted in Congress, the White House and the Supreme Court Democrats encourage Plutocrats to “just do it”.

I am waiting for the legal insurrection which must come if we are to avoid a civil insurrection. Strzok and Page are just footnotes in this battle.

And I’m a Liberal.

    Close The Fed in reply to maxtrue. | September 12, 2018 at 10:20 pm

    MaxTrue, manipulation of voters occurs all the time by newspapers, radio, t.v., websites, advertising, etc., but I agree this behind the scenes, covert manipulation of search results and other web activity, etc., is a horse of a different color. That said, what to do about it is something that’s being discussed and thought about.

    Various approaches are percolating. Unclear at this time which one or ones will be implemented.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to maxtrue. | September 13, 2018 at 2:40 pm

    “Trump is a crook and bigot every two minutes on NY media outlets.”

    What is the dollar value of this? Does it amount to an illegal campaign contribution to the Democratic party?

Both Married under the eyes of God.

How the hell did Horowitz not disclose these? Is it possible he didn’t see them? If he didn’t, he should be fired for incompetence. They blow his assertion that no political bias was demonstrable to smithereens. He should have some serious ‘splainin’ to do before Nunez’s committee.

    aka Hoss in reply to Daiwa. | September 13, 2018 at 10:00 am

    Evidently he was looking for a specific text that said something along the lines of “since we’re doing this for purely political purposes…” What a joke.

    MNCPO in reply to Daiwa. | September 14, 2018 at 10:03 am

    He actually did, hugely, near the end of his report. Nobody bothered to read it. He indicates that FBI personnel were taking bribes from at least 25 media people from different news organizations. The Summary, which is what everybody read, was written by Rod Rosenstein. The summary of all IG reports are written by the head of the department that was investigated. Always has been, always will be. Look up the report.

“C” doesn’t mean “Classified” exactly. When it precedes a paragraph in a document:

(C) Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country.

it means that paragraph is classified Confidential. (S) would mean Secret, (U) Unclassified, etc. The maximum classification of the document is located on the top and bottom of the page(s) and the cover sheet. Individual paragraphs are marked as to their content classification.

2nd Ammendment Mother | September 13, 2018 at 11:31 am

Seems like it’s about time for Fusion GPS to be forced to list all the reporters on their payroll

You mention that media always plays a role manipulating voters, but then you say Google is a different situation. Would you put Facebook in a different position as well as other social media? As for Google, this is not new and no doubt the Never Trumpers on the Republican side are as lame responding as the Democrats.

On what planet is this monopoly less of a threat to Democracy than Putin’s ad buying? There is comparison of scale, is there? Has LEGAL INSURRECTION even mapped out the options? This is a stunning new revelation? Any use of Google tells you what is going on. Maybe Google designing filters for North Korea might be more disturbing than China?

No matter how you spin it the concerted effort by Silicon Valley and Media to twist their privileges into partisan manipulation of the essential public debate required by a Free Democracy should be front and center. Maybe Pravada is no worse than the Western press, yes or nyet?

When you look at the conspiracy going on within government as LI reports in this very article above and add that to Google and the NYT, a dark picture appears of a State and its proxies within a State. It should appear in bold face to Liberals and Conservatives who value our principles of self-government. It is amazing that lawyers who appeared concerned about this now in the open for two years would have even a little strategy in the framework of LAW. Or doesn’t our legal system have recourse?

For all the hand wringing about the Russians it appears our Oligarchs are a bigger threat to Liberty than Putin. Perhaps we should just Google to find an answer.

Good for them leaking all that stuff. More evidence….against them.