Trey Gowdy just crushed Lisa Page for bashing Trump and trying to excuse her anti-Trump text messages
Lisa Page, the FBI’s former top lawyer, is back in the spotlight.
She’s using her recent public appearances to bash President Trump in order to excuse her anti-Trump text messages with disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok.
But Trey Gowdy wasn’t putting up with her spin and absolutely crushed her for bashing the President in this interview.
Lisa Page and Peter Strzok were on the FBI team tasked with investigating not only the Trump campaign’s alleged “collusion” with Russia, but also the Clinton emails, and were on the Mueller taskforce.
The two agents were humiliated when the Department of Justice exposed texts exchanged prior to the election about how they were going to “stop it,” referring to the Trump Presidency.
They also called him “loathsome,” an idiot, and declared that he would be a national security disaster.
Either these two agents were directly involved in sabotaging the President or a big ethical and legal line was crossed due to their blatant political bias.
That’s why Trey Gowdy took Lisa Page to task for her political sabotage in this Fox News interview.
And Gowdy went on to call out Lisa Page for plotting impeachment before Adam Schiff had even uttered the words!
National Review reports:
Former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy on Monday dismissed former FBI lawyer Lisa Page’s argument that her text messages criticizing President Trump were taken out of context, saying no context is necessary to confirm her bias.
“They were talking about impeachment before even Adam Schiff was talking about impeachment,” Gowdy said on Fox News, referring to the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, which concluded its impeachment hearings last month.
“When she says things need to be put in context, the word ‘loathsome’ really doesn’t need to be put in context,” the former South Carolina Republican congressman continued. “And when you say somebody will be a national security disaster, that doesn’t need to be put in context.”
WATCH Gowdy crush Lisa Page:
Regardless of what you think of President Trump, it is clear that Lisa Page and Peter Strzok should not have been on the team investigating the President.
This was a breach of ethical conduct and FBI protocol.
Their blatant political bias also makes one wonder what they did to investigate the Clinton email scandal.
Did they cover something up?
Or did they simply do a poor job due to being Clinton supporters?