AG Sessions has finally taken action against the rampant corruption within the FBI and DOJ by launching an investigation into the missing five months of text messages between
In what is likely a very positive development for the future of this nation and the American people, the invisible man, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, has suddenly made an appearance on the job, and he’s fighting crime.
He’s awakening from his year-long slumber by taking on one of the most serious crimes against our nation, sedition, in the attempted overthrow of our President by a cabal of his employees that still continues to this day with the Mueller sham investigation. The perpetrators got a little sloppy, and in doing so motivated Sessions.
Rose Mary Woods allegedly accidentally cleared 18.5 minutes of recordings of Richard Nixon by reaching for a phone and accidentally punching the record button instead of pause. Most folks didn’t buy her story at the time and the criminals at DOJ and FBI aren’t fairing much better.
What Sessions is looking into is the missing five months of text messages between the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, both of whom are now suspected of plotting to overthrow President Trump. AG Sessions has commissioned an investigation to look into the matter.
Several congressional committees have requested a complete log of Strzok-Page communications during the period they participated in the Russia, Russia, Russia witch hunt. The FBI responded that the texts from what would likely be the most critical period of time during a plot to overthrow the President somehow disappeared and they would be unable to provide them.
The story sounds more than a little fishy, as Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) put it, like “the dog ate my homework.” The official story at this point is that the internal archive system failed to retain text messages between December 14 2016 and May 17, 2017 due to a configuration issue. It was not stated whether it failed to retain all text messages across the agency or just those of individuals plotting against America.
AG Sessions responded in a statement, saying, “I have spoken to the inspector general and a review is already underway to ascertain what occurred and to determine if these records can be recovered in any other way. If any wrongdoing were to be found to have caused this gap, appropriate legal disciplinary action measures will be taken.”
It is noteworthy that Sessions mentions having spoken with the Inspector General in that it was his investigation that produced the initial tranche of Strzok-Page texts that exposed their deliberate efforts to undermine President Trump. Perhaps he has them, perhaps another entity, such as a private service provider or the NSA does.
Sessions vowed, “We will leave no stone unturned to confirm with certainty why these text messages are not now available to be produced and will use every technology available to determine whether the missing messages are recoverable from another source. If we are successful, we will update the congressional committees immediately.”
It sounds like the Attorney General is back on the job and focusing his attention where it needs to be directed, at least in part. There’s still the matter of Hillary Clinton getting off with treason that he needs to be looking at, as well as every other aspect and activity of the Obama-Clinton-Soros crime syndicate masquerading as an administration.
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