Congress has the smoking gun that can bring down the Deep State.
The entire conspiracy against Donald Trump is about to come tumbling down.
That’s because these bombshell emails reveal the Deep State’s darkest secret.
Anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok recently testified behind closed doors to a joint House Oversight and Judiciary Committee.
Strzok left members dumbfounded when he claimed that he played no role in securing a FISA warrant against members of the Trump campaign.
Republicans found it ridiculous that Strzok – a high-ranking counterintelligence official and the agent running the Russia investigation – sat on the sidelines for the decision making process to spy on the Trump campaign.
In fact, Congress knew Strzok was lying.
Memos obtained by Congress show Strzok telling other agents that news reports about former Trump campaign aide Carter Page’s travel to Russia was the “pretext” necessary to secure a FISA warrant.
John Solomon of The Hill’s exclusive reporting found:
“The memos show Strzok, Lisa Page and others in counterintelligence monitored news articles in September 2016 that quoted a law enforcement source as saying the FBI was investigating Carter Page’s travel to Moscow.
The FBI team pounced on what it saw as an opportunity as soon as Page wrote a letter to then-FBI Director James Comey complaining about the “completely false” leak.
“At a minimum, the letter provides us a pretext to interview,” Strzok wrote to Lisa Page on Sept. 26, 2016.”
But that’s not all.
Solomon reports that emails from Strzok reveal the FBI agents were pushing for a warrant before Election Day:
“At a minimum, that keeps the hurry the F up pressure on him,” Strzok emailed Page on Oct. 14, 2016, less than four weeks before Election Day.
Four days later the same team was emailing about rushing to get approval for another FISA warrant for another Russia-related investigation code-named “Dragon.”
“Still an expedite?” one of the emails beckoned, as the FBI tried to meet the requirements of a process known as a Woods review before a FISA warrant can be approved by the courts.
“Any idea what time he can have it woods-ed by?” Strzok asked Page. “I know it’s not going to matter because DOJ is going to take the time DOJ wants to take. I just don’t want this waiting on us at all.”
Critics contend Strzok pushed for a warrant before Election Day because he was desperate to unearth damaging information about Trump that could be used to swing the election to Clinton.
And it explains what Strzok meant in previous text messages where he called the Russia investigation an “insurance policy” against Trump winning and said they would “stop” Trump.
President Trump has routinely called the FBI’s Russia investigation – which is now led by special counsel Mueller – a rigged witch hunt.
Congress now has the evidence that proves his claims are 100 percent correct.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.