So disgraced former FBI lawyer Lisa Page has found her voice in a Daily Beast interview published Sunday night.
Page and her boyfriend FBI agent Peter Strzok exchanged hundreds of anti-Trump text messages while investigating the Russian Dossier. Both of them were fired for their biases.
“I had stayed quiet for years hoping it would fade away, but instead it got worse,” Page said. “It had been so hard not to defend myself, to let people who hate me control the narrative. I decided to take my power back,” Page added.
She then went on to professed that she did nothing wrong during her tenure of investigating the Trump campaign. Next week we will get DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on FISA abuse and the FBI’s role.
For my regular readers you may recall how I wrote about Page and Strzok working together many years ago with Jeffery Epstein’s benefactor Les Wexner, owner of L Brands.
The first strange connection between [Jeffery] Epstein and the Trump Russian hoax deals are with FBI’s Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. While Strzok and Page were with the CIA (yes these two jump back and forth between the two intelligence agencies depending on the assignment) they worked for Epstein’s financial backer Les Wexner.
Wexner owned an outfit called Mission Essentials, which was a CIA-backed global translation services company. Both Strzok and Page speak Farsi. ABC News’ Brian Ross reported on much of the this in 2010.
Page reportedly was stationed in the New Albany, OH main office bringing in Afghanistan “translators” traveling under diplomatic passports, which some federal agents suggest was merely drug mules for opium. Many of the translators could not speak English.
Strzok allegedly worked in the Chantilly, VA office of Mission Essentials working the other silk road countries in the Middle East to find “translators/mules” to bring in the drugs.
Not sure if this will come out in the Horowitz report. But I believe this is an important point in the story.