New Text Messages Prove One Thing: Barack Obama Lied
Someone needs to demand that every single available text message that was sent between the star-crossed FBI lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page be released to the public, because it seems that every new release brings us one step closer to the truth. By the time it’s all said and done, these two could go down as unintentional heroes of the republic, having ripped the mask off of the single most damning conspiracy in our nation’s 250-year history. Of course, that honor would be a little easier to bestow upon them if they weren’t, you know, active participants.
This week, thanks to newly revealed messages between the two, we learned that President Obama lied when he told the public that he does not keep abreast of ongoing FBI investigations. He said that in an interview when asked what he personally knew about the Clinton email scandal and the investigation into the (then likely) Democrat nominee for president. No one particularly believed that load of horse crap at the time, and now we have messages that prove he was being less than truthful about his hands-on experience with the FBI.
Now we see that on September 2, 2016, Page wrote to Strzok that they were getting ready to prep then-FBI Director James Comey because “potus wants to know everything we’re doing.” Keep in mind that these messages were released in the context of Sen. Ron Johnson’s “Clinton Email Scandal and the FBI’s Investigation of It,” so the hint there is that this is what the two are talking about. It’s possible, of course, that they were talking about something else – the Trump/Russia investigation, for instance – but that doesn’t change the color of the map too drastically. It’s still Obama very much keeping abreast of an ongoing FBI investigation.
In fact, if it WAS the Trump/Russia thing, then you have to assume that Obama was hand-on when it came to that as well. Which would mean he was in the loop when the Justice Department successfully bamboozled the FISA court with that phony dossier. Which would mean that he personally approved of his administration illegally spying on an American citizen – someone who was supposedly associated with his chief political rival.
We’re sure that, as a former president, Barack Obama will not feel compelled to testify before any House committees. But the longer this goes on, the more certain we are that, even as aloof as he was known to be as president, he had his sticky fingers all over this debacle.