Jarrett Tells All: James Comey, Sally Yates, and Andrew McCabe All Facing Prosecution
It’s almost laughable on paper that an FBI agent and the woman he is fooling around with on the side think that they were going to be the ones to bring down President Trump, but they tried.
Then again, they were sort of given an extremely wide berth in terms of what they were directed to do by James Comey.
Problem is for them, they got caught and now they are going to be paying for it dearly..
New text messages and records have been obtained by the House Oversight Committee and released to the public.
These records show that former FBI agent Peter Strzok and his colleague/mistress former FBI lawyer Lisa Page had discussed a “strategy” to set up media leaks of unverified information in an attempt to wreck Trump’s reputation.
Cristina Laila previously reported that Page and Strzok had been talking about a “media leak strategy” in April of last year. This was a month after Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the announcement that he was recusing himself. This was an extremely important time prior to Special Counsel Robert Mueller being appointed.
This past Monday, Freedom Caucus Chairman/House Oversight Committee member Republican Representative Mark Meadows of North Carolina sent the DOJ a letter, specifically addressed to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. In the letter, Meadows said that a “review of the new documents raises grave concerns regarding an apparent systemic culture of media leaking by high-ranking officials at the FBI and DOJ related to ongoing investigations,” as reported by investigative reporter Sara Carter.
Representative Meadows feels that the April 2017 text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page may have something to do with a story that was published by the Washington Post right around the same time regarding the Carter Page FISA warrants.
A day after the Washington Post’s Carter Page story ran, Strzok sent Page a text congratulating her on doing a good job.
This past Monday evening, Fox News’ Sean Hannity picked apart the most recent news with guest Sarah Carter and Fox News legal adviser Gregg Jarrett.
Jarrett told Hannity that numerous higher-up Obama Justice Department officials could face criminal charges.
Sean Hannity asked, “Who goes to jail?”
Gregg Jarrett answered with a bombshell saying, “A lot of people could be subject to prosecution including all the individuals Rod Rosenstein, James Comey, Sally Yates and Andrew McCabe, who deceived the court. They deceived the court, perpetrated a fraud on the court deliberately.”