Fake Russia Collusion Probe Day 251: Secret Societies, an "Informant", and Strzok Text Messages

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On May 17th, 2017 or 251 days ago, Robert Mueller was appointed by Rod Rosenstein as Special Counsel to investigate ties between President Trump and his campaign, with Russia, during the 2016 Presidential Election.  To date, no evidence has been brought forth.    
Meanwhile, on the Democratic side, evidence has been mounting for many months that the FBI was acting on behalf of the Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign in covering up various Hillary scandals during the campaign and subsequently after her loss, framing Donald Trump with the now infamous Fusion GPS "Trump Dossier" and create the "Russian collusion" myth. "Framing" was done to the extent that the fake dossier was used to get FISA warrant[s?] which were needed to spy on the President-Elect and members of his campaign.  The fake dossier itself has ties leading back to Russia and was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC. 
Each day, the plot thickens. This is not a novel.

More Strzok and Lisa Page text messages were released today by Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin who heads up the Senate committee on Homeland Security and he dropped one heck of a bombshell.  And while some of the text messages released were in and of themselves pretty amazing, what was explosive was news of an informant:

Brett Baier interviewed Senator Johnson this evening on Fox News (video below):

Senator Johnson: And that secret society...we have an informant that is talking about a group that is holding secret meetings offsite.   There is so much smoke there. There is so much suspicion...
Baier:  Let's stop there, a secret society, secret meetings offsite of the Justice Department?
Senator Johnson:  Correct.
Baier:  And you have an informant saying that?
Senator Johnson: Yes.
Baier:  Is there anything more about that?
Senator Johnson:  No, we have to dig into it. This is not a distraction, again, this is bias, potentially corruption at the highest levels of the FBI and is now investigating....and by the way, Robert Mueller used to run the FBI.  He is in no position to do an investigation over this kind of misconduct.

This could possibly be (but not necessarily) the FBI informant who worked undercover during the Obama administration, specifically spying for the FBI on dealings within the nuclear industry and with Russia. A "informant" has been making headlines of recent when his gag order that was placed upon him to remain silent by Loretta Lynch's Dept. of Justice was lifted under Trump's Dept. of Justice.

In October of last year, Breitbart reported:

According to sources at the Department of Justice, the informant is now cleared to testify about a wide range of issues including, specifically, the Clinton Foundation. In a statement, DOJ spokesman Ian Prior told media outlets:

As of tonight, the Department of Justice has authorized the informant to disclose to the Chairmen and Ranking Members of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, as well as one member of each of their staffs, any information or documents he has concerning alleged corruption or bribery involving transactions in the uranium market, including but not limited to anything related to Vadim Mikerin, Rosatom, Tenex, Uranium One, or the Clinton Foundation.


As far as the text messages go, the big news might have been that apparently Peter Stzok, did not believe the President has ties to Russia, saying to his Mistress Lisa Page in their text exchange that "there's is no big there there".

According to The Hill

During an appearance on a Milwaukee radio show, Johnson read some of the texts exchanged between between Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page, and called for the FBI to track down five months worth of missing messages between the two.

The newly released messages were sent two days after Mueller was appointed to investigate Russian election meddling.

Strzok, who was having an affair with Page, told Page in the newly released text messages that he was torn about whether to join Mueller’s team or take his career in another direction. He referred to it as “maybe the most important case of our lives.”
Page, however, said multiple times she didn’t think Strzok should join the investigation.
“You shouldn’t take this on. I promise you, I would tell you if you should,” she wrote. 
Strzok later said he feels he has “a sense of unfinished business."
“Now I need to fix and finish it," he wrote.
However, Strzok expressed skepticism about whether the case would uncover any wrongdoing.
“You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there,” Strzok wrote.

Of course, this is all coming out only days after the FBI informed Congress that they don't have 5 and a half months of text messages between Strzok and Page that Congress asked for and wants to see. The reason they can't provide these text messages is, well, some sort of technical glitch.....and it's Samsung's fault.

Or maybe it's because they are as guilty as hell.  Just sayin'. 

Yesterday, AG Sessions promised to get involved:

“We will leave no stone unturned to confirm with certainty why these text messages are not now available to be produced and will use every technology available to determine whether the missing messages are recoverable from another source,” Sessions said in a statement provided to Fox News. “If we are successful, we will update the congressional committees immediately.”

More released text:   

You will note that FBI Attorney Lisa Page calls the meeting between AG Lynch and Bill Clinton on the tarmac, a "snafu".  I can only speculate that this "snafu" was that they were caught on camera, in a pre-planned location where they had an expectation of privacy, not a "coincidental meeting" as they both claimed.

This would better be called a plot, a cover up, a conspiracy or possibly a bribe and a pay off.
But I wouldn't call it a snafu.  

It was only days after that, you will recall, James Comey called a press conference and declared that Hillary would not be indicted.  

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