(National Sentinel) Closing In: House Republicans brought FBI lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page in for questioning earlier this month during two separate committee hearings and achieved completely different results.
Both figures expressed negative sentiments about then-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump in the run-up to his election, and while the massively corrupt “Spygate” operation was being launched by Obama’s criminal Deep State.
Both worked behind the scenes to keep Trump out of the White House.
But only one of them was cooperative when it came to testifying before House committees this month: Lisa Page.
Strzok’s open testimony devolved into chaos, led by Democrats who are desperately trying to prevent the American people from discovering just how corrupt their demigod president, Obama, really was.
Democrats kept inappropriately interrupting the hearing in an attempt to prevent Stzrok from testifying. And when he did, he was arrogant, dismissive, and dishonest.
Page, during closed-door testimony, however, was much more cooperative. And credible.
“She’s been willing to help in the spirit of transparency. … We’ve certainly learned additional things today,” House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said after her five-hour testimony.
So much so that now Republicans have new leads into additional documents regarding the phony baloney “Russia dossier” bought and paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign and likely used to justify FISA court warrants against Trump campaign figure Carter Page.
The whole Spygate scandal continues to unravel.
Fox News’ Catherine Herridge reported Wednesday that Republicans have a meeting scheduled with the Justice Department to discuss ways they can obtain them. Meadows, along with Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., and Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, are meeting with DoJ officials.
“Lawmakers are aware of new records after the recent closed-door depositions from FBI agent Peter Strzok and his former colleague and lover FBI lover Lisa Page.” Catherine Herridge said.
“Lawmakers are now seeking records related to the controversial Trump dossier, an internal FBI file documenting bureau efforts to verify the salacious allegations,” Herridge continued.
In addition, the lawmakers are interested in documents that are tied to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s memos that record his alleged “obstruction” of the Russia probe.
And they want to talk about the FBI’s use of informants into the Trump campaign as well.
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What will these new documents show or prove?
Only Republicans seem to want to know.