New Strzok-Page Emails Show Certain Data Entries Are “Missing”

New Strzok-Page Emails Show Certain Data Entries Are

( – A new Freedom of Information request suggests that Donald Trump’s opponents in the FBI deleted many of their records before files were turned over to Department of Justice (DOJ) investigators. The request, by campaign group Judicial Watch, netted 163 pages of emails between renegade former FBI official Peter Strzok and his lover Lisa Page, who at the time was an FBI attorney.

The records show many meetings were “missing” from Page’s Microsoft Outlook calendar, presumably because she’d deleted them. Unfortunately for her, if you delete a meeting from your own calendar, but other participants have saved it on a Microsoft Exchange server, the software will recreate it – and Page’s email records are littered with recreated meetings. One of them, dated December 15, 2017, has the interesting title “Going Dark Strategy Meeting.”

On October 26, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said, “All these disappearing records suggest that the FBI and DOJ are engaged in an unprecedented cover-up of their misconduct targeting President Trump.”

Judicial Watch has previously found evidence that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s staff repeatedly wiped their phones then claimed they’d done it accidentally. What’s already emerged from the Russia collusion scandal says nothing good about the president’s opponents – and it looks like that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

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