posted on Aug, 24 2018 @ 09:46 PM
By now most are aware of the text messages between Lisa Page (FBI legal counsel) and Peter Strzok (Head of FBI counterespionage).
But in case someone doesn't recall or needs refreshing here is what strzok sent to page after a meeting they had with andrew mccabe:
Stzrok: "I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office — that there’s no way he gets elected — but I'm afraid
we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you're 40."
For a long time I've believed this referred to the russia narrative and it very well could. However, I'm beginning to wonder if Jeff Sessions or Rod
Rosenstein were actually the insurance policy. They've been far more effective at keeping the deep state covered than the russia probe has. If either
of them had an ounce of spine, they would be looking at both sides of the isle here and it's quite obvious they're only interested in looking at one
side. The only person to look into the other side of the isle was the IG, who took complaints from congress and the public and actually did something.
He even made criminal referrals. What happened with those referrals? Jeff Sessions and Rod Rosenstein decided against prosecution. Amazing that they
didn't think it even warranted further investigation.
Then there is the Awan case. According to Jason Chaffetz, he approached sessions about the case but sessions told him he wasn't interested. The AG
wasn't interested in a Pakistani who was blackmailing multiple people, hacking into DNC networks, sending data back to pakistan. Why? Well, according
to Chaffetz, sessions said it was too close to clinton. What? How is imran awan close to clinton? He worked for Debbie wasserman-schultz and a few
other dems. Clinton had nothing to do with the Awan's... or maybe she did? If so, why wouldn't sessions refer chaffetz to Rat Rosenstein?
That duo has been the best insurance policy for corruption that I've ever seen.