A stunning new report from Sara Carter is shedding new light on the shocking level of anti-Trump bias at the Department of Justice, with new evidence showing Peter Strzok and Lisa Page used “unsecured devices” to discuss sensitive material.
“New emails between former FBI lovers, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page reveal that FBI officials used unsecured devices to discuss sensitive information,” writes Carter.
“Judicial Watch announced Thursday that it has received 47 pages of Department of Justice records from a January 2018 FOIA lawsuit. U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton ordered the FBI to process 13,000 pages of documents of communications between Strzok and Page. However, as the watchdog organization points out, ‘The FBI refuses to timely process the records and will not complete review and production of all the Strzok-Page materials until at least 2020,’” she adds.
“In a January 30, 2016 email exchange sent entirely over unsecure devices, top former FBI officials including General Counsel Jim Baker, Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Strzok, Page, unidentified individuals from the DOJ’s National Security Division and NSA General Counsel Glenn Gerstell, discuss a draft document with the subject line: “Revised IC Safe Harbor Letter (from [redacted] using [redacted] iPad),” writes Judicial Watch.
Read the full story at SaraACarter.com