New Text Messages Prove Obama Was Involved In Trump/Russia Probe
Text messages between Lisa Page and then-Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe
Explosive new text message screenshots prove that the Obama White House was involved in the early stages of the Deep State Russia probe.
Despite the Obama Administration denying the conclusive evidence, the text message reveals who was really involved.
The text messages between Lisa Page and then-Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe are below:
Lisa Page to McCabe:
Just called. Apparently, the DAG now wants to be there, and the WH wants DOJ to host. So we are setting that up now. We will very much need to get Cohen’s view before we meet with her. Better have him weigh in with her before the meeting.
Lisa Page to McCabe:
Hey, can you give me a call when you get out? Meeting with the WH counsel is finally set up and I want to talk about timing. Thanks.
Just last week, a judge has tossed a lawsuit out of court that was alleging Donald Trump conspired with Russia and WikiLeaks to hack the DNC server and publish the emails of Hillary Clinton and John Podesta.
The case claimed that Trump was colluding to give his campaign the edge during the 2016 presidential race.
District Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia dismissed the suit due to lack of evidence in the "flimsy" case, blasting it as nothing more than a "wild conspiracy theory."
A large part of the lack of evidence was on basis of jurisdiction, with Judge Huvelle arguing that the plaintiffs did not successfully tie the Trump campaign's actions to Washington D.C."
Campaign meetings, canvassing voters, and other regular business activities of a political campaign do not constitute activities related to the conspiracies alleged in the complaint," Huvelle wrote."
The same is true of the fact that the Trump Campaign’s foreign policy team was based in the District.
"Its mere presence here, without it undertaking overt acts in furtherance of the conspiracies, does not represent a suit-related contact.