FBI Texts Reveal More Spies in the Trump White House
Sources inside the White House say that President Trump is preparing to make the rubble bounce – simultaneously launching his 2020 reelection campaign, launching new investigations against the instigators of the Russian collusion hoax, and possibly even issuing some much-deserved pardons to his allies.
Trump has been handed a lot of political capital in the wake of his exoneration by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. And even as the president readies his “official” campaign launch, new text messages from the FBI’s Russian collusion hoax instigators have emerged.
FBI lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, two of the central Russiagate hitmen, are back in the headlines. Though both have been removed from power due to their venomous anti-Trump bias, their text messages keep popping up.
Senators Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley are asking Attorney General William Barr for clarification on a new text message exchange found between Strzok and Page.
The exchange took place on Nov. 17, 2016, just days after President Trump shocked the Washington establishment by defeating Hillary Clinton. Page and Strzok appear to be discussing the grooming of spies inside the Trump transition team.
“Hmm,” wrote Page. “Not sure. Would it be unusual to have [sic] show up again? Maybe another agent from the team?”
Strzok responded: “Or, he’s ‘the CI guy.’ Same. Might [sic] make sense. He can assess if there [sic] are any news [sic] Qs, or different demeanor. If Katie’s husband is there, he can see if there are people we can develop for potential relationships.”
There are two possible meanings for “CI guy.” It could be a Counter-Intelligence agent, since that was the division of the FBI that Strzok worked in under James Comey. Or, it could mean another common law enforcement term: “Confidential Informant.”
Grassley and Johnson are also asking the Attorney General for clarification on who the “Katie” is that Strzok is referring to, and who her husband is. They won’t need to bother, however. Independent journalists have already identified her.
“Katie” is a woman named Katherine Pitcock. Katherine Pitcock was an analyst who worked for Peter Strzok in counterintelligence. More specifically, she was an analyst for Strzok in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s treasonous email crimes, for which Clinton was exonerated by James Comey.
Here’s the real bombshell: “Katie’s husband” is Joshua Pitcock, who was Mike Pence’s Chief of Staff during the transition period and well into 2017.
Joshua Pitcock now stands publicly accused of spying on President Trump and his aides for the FBI.
Pieces of the puzzle suddenly begin to fit together. FBI agents interviewed Mike Flynn in early 2017, and thought he was entirely forthcoming.
Peter Strzok alters the agents’ 302 forms to make it appear that Flynn had lied to President Trump. Joshua Pitcock set up the meeting in which the disgraced Andrew McCabe presented the altered 302s to Mike Pence.
The unsuspecting Vice President takes the 302s to the president and informs Trump that General Flynn lied. President Trump fires Flynn and voila! The Russian collusion conspiracy is off and running.
If Pitcock was indeed “the CI guy” for Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, did he identify anyone else in the Trump transition team who may have been groomed to spy on the president?
If so, are those spies employed in the Trump White House to this day?
The Trump administration has an additional concern, because Pitcock – as the Vice President’s Chief of Staff – had unprecedented access to locations where the president was frequently having conversations.
This includes the Oval Office, the White House Executive Office, Air Force One and even the Trump Organization’s private jet. The White House now wants to know if Pitcock planted listening devices in any of those areas for Peter Strzok.
Many have said that we have only scratched the surface when it comes to unraveling The Swamp’s attempted coup against President Trump. That appears to be very true.
How could the Vice President’s Chief of Staff’s wife be working for Peter Strzok at the FBI… and we’re just now hearing about it?
Historians now owe Richard Nixon an apology. The crimes that drove Nixon from office in 1972 pale in comparison to what the Obama administration did to President Trump.