Lisa Page Busts FBI Brass, Clinton Emails Went To China
Indeed, some of the information she provided suggests that there is an ongoing bureau-wide ‘criminal intelligence’ cover-up of the 33,000 missing emails from the Hillary Clinton server. It almost seems like Page is afraid of being the scapegoat left holding the bag, so she’s come clean before that can happen.
According to well-placed FBI sources, that state, contrary to popular belief and the media narrative, was not Russia. It was, instead, another rival nation: China.
A story about a person, running for President of the United States, who was so ‘irresponsible’ that she allowed classified information to fall into the hands of the Chinese? The attack ads almost write themselves. However, some people suspect that it wasn’t an accident at all.
There’s a long, strange history of the Clinton family and cooperation with the Chinese government, of course.
So, to protect the former FLOTUS and her chances of becoming president, they sat quiet, and didn’t investigate the hacking of her server, which explains why the Bureau and other intelligence agencies never inspected the server personally, instead relying on a group hired by the DNC.
In recent weeks, it seems that the Democrats have repeatedly attacked Republicans and libertarians for ‘doubting American intelligence’ organizations, portraying the FBI and the Central Intelligence Agency as agencies that should be trusted, no matter what they say, and never questioned.
The truth is that both agencies have long histories of questionable behavior.
It seems that Page’s testimony has been much more revealing than that offered by her former paramour, and that it may lead to an entirely new round of inquests and investigations into her former bosses’ conduct.
It’s important to wait for confirmation on such big stories. However, if these claims are true, they could very easily explain a lot of what happened in the FBI during the Clinton email investigation, including their outright refusal to try the former Democrat candidate for president.