An anti-Trump troublemaker was just hauled into court. The president’s FBI caught her and now she’s disputing the truth, but there’s no escape from justice. This is the end.
Former FBI lawyer is suing the DOJ and the FBI for releasing the infamous text messages between her and ex-agent Peter Strzok. In the damning texts, the two lovers discussed their desire to oust Trump from office.
“Page and her lawyers say the DOJ violated the Privacy Act,” reported the Daily Mail. “She’s seeking more than $1,000 in damages, as well as attorneys fees and other costs associated with legal action.”
According to Page’s lawsuit, the public disclosure of the text messages landed her in therapy and she had trouble finding work. She also listed the “demeaning” tweets by President Trump.
Page’s ex-lover, Peter Strzok, was fired from the Mueller probe after their pro-Clinton, anti-Trump texts were discovered. So far, however, Strzok is nowhere to be found and must be laying low.
Regardless, this lawsuit is on shaky ground. The two were serving as high-ranking federal employees and directly involved in Mueller’s witch-hunt against Trump. Their texts had to be released for accountability.
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