This short clip by Headlines with a Voice explores evidence that Lisa Page and Peter Strzok never had an extramarital affair and that this alleged romance is a fabrication of the FBI and/or the DOJ to block the release of the more than 50,000 text messages, which were sent between then-FBI employees, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok on their government-issued cellphones.
When the sheer quantity of their texts was originally revealed, many joked that the two could scarcely have found any time for trysting, given the man-hours necessary to generate this improbable profusion of texts.
Because 50,000+ texts sent over a period of 15 months seems almost physically impossible, there have been calls to release all or at least most of them.
Strzok was the FBI’s Deputy Assistant Director of the Counterintelligence Division. In 2015, he led their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server. In 2016, Strzok led the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections. In July 2017, he became the top FBI agent working for Robert Mueller’s investigation of Trump’s alleged collusion with the Russian government during the Presidential Campaign but he only “served” in the latter capacity for just one month before he was mysteriously reassigned to a post in the FBI’s Human Resources department. Many feel that Mueller removed Strzok from the Special Counsel investigation due to his manifest bias, which only became publicly known with the April 2018 release of the Inspector General’s Report, which included 345 of the Strzok-Page texts.
Headlines with a Voice suggests that the remaining ~50,000 texts may reveal much more, including plans for the ultimate treason: to assassinate the President.