Peter Strzok's partner in crime chooses the victim route
According to Fox News, a newly uncovered text message chain seems to confirm that FBI lawyer Lisa Page -- one of the two lovebirds whose texts have cast doubt on the objectivity of the Department of Justice’s investigations surrounding the 2016 election -- claims that she interned for one of the Clintons.
While the text messages that received the most attention this week involved ones which plotted leaks to the press, the Clinton message -- assuming it’s accurate and Page is telling the truth -- would also present a conflict of interest.
Page is suing the FBI and Department of Justice, alleging that the government's publication of her salacious text messages with anti-Trump ex-FBI agent Peter Strzok constituted a breach of the Federal Privacy Act.
Page said she suffered numerous damages because of the disclosure, including a "permanent loss of earning capacity due to reputational damage" and "the cost of therapy to cope with unwanted national media exposure and harassment" at the hands of President Trump.
Page's complaint also sought reimbursement for "the cost of childcare during and transportation to multiple investigative reviews and appearances before Congress," the "cost of paying a data-privacy service to protect her personal information," and attorney's fees.
From Super-Spy to victim overnight!
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