REPORT: Strzok and Page Coordinated 'Russia' OP-ED, FBI Apparently 'Authorized' Story in 2016

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A stunning new report from Sara Carter is raising serious new questions over the level of anti-Trump bias at the highest levels of the Department of Justice, with new texts showing Peter Strzok and Lisa Page coordinated an “op-ed” focused on Russia collusion.

“A number of new text messages reveal that two former FBI lovers appeared to have close communication with members of the media and attempted to frame arguments about Russian interference several months before the 2016 presidential election, according to text messages obtained by The revelations raise ‘serious concerns’ with lawmakers, who question the pairs motives, as well as the bureau’s investigation into alleged collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign,” writes Sara Carter.

“Former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and his paramour former FBI attorney Lisa Page exchanged text messages several months before the 2016 election that suggest the pair were writing an op-ed together and that the FBI seemingly ‘authorized’ a Washington Post story on potential Russian interference during the November elections,” she adds.

On Sept. 2, 2016, Page texts Strzok about writing an op-ed: “Got it. But we are still writing the op-ed, yes?”

Strzok replies, “Yes, ish. He said too much data would be good to identify the key pieces of data and frame it in an argument, but not to spend ‘too much time on the opening or closing.’ I told him we were too much of perfectionists to not do all of it.”

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