Lisa Page Sues Over Released Text Exchange

| December 11, 2019

Lisa Page has retained a lawyer and is suing over the release of her text messages. (Associated Press)

Remember the text exchange between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok? In “black-and-white”, you can see the bias that they had against President Trump. This was an exchange that neither expected to be released, so they let their feelings known.

A chain of reactions occurred that resulted in the release of these text exchanges. The aftermath was predictable. Both made themselves subject to criticisms by President Trump and by conservatives. This exchange was just but one of many examples of bias against conservatives.

President Trump made her the subject of some of his tweets and statements. These tweets ended up becoming the talking points for both the news media and social media. Lisa Page is suing the Justice Department and the FBI over the release of this text exchange.

From the New York Post:

“The President’s tweets about Ms. Page have been retweeted and favorited millions of times,” the plaintiff lawyer lamented.

The government agencies’ release of her private texts were designed “to promote the false narrative that Plaintiff and others at the FBI were biased against President Trump, had conspired to undermine him, and otherwise had engaged in allegedly criminal acts, including treason,” according to Page’s lawsuit.

Whatever happened to being an adult and accepting the consequences of your actions? But again, we are talking about people on the left. One should know by now that if you attack the President, he’s going to “hit” back. And, when he does, he will be “brutal”.

Instead of accepting her medicine, she chooses to play the victim. The New York Post has more.

Category: Politics

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  1. JBUSMC says:

    Plaintiff lawyer lost me at “texts were designed to promote the false narrative….”

  2. 5th/77th FA says:

    Anyone who doesn’t think that the press and deep state swamp dwellers are not biased against Trump have had their head buried somewhere for the last 3 years. Prolly in their 4th point of contact.

    One of the talking heads on the news this morning was doubting any bias toward the President. Hell, you can tell by their body language that the hate for him is very evident.

    And this scrunt?…eff her! Anything transmitted is fair game for reception. You are NOT secure in your tweets, calls, texts, or emails.

    • FuzeVT says:

      Especially when transmitted on government equipment for which you have to acknowledge a user agreement EACH and EVERY time you sign in.

      • USAFRetired says:

        I’m pretty sure that anything I do on a Government IT system doesn’t belong to me and is subject to Govt monitoring and use.

  3. A Proud Infidel®™️ says:

    Liberals, especially TARDOs like Lisa Page ALWAYS play the Victim Card®™️ the moment anyone begins to hold them accountable for what they do or say.

  4. The Other Whitey says:

    She was involved in criminal activity and is butthurt about her text correspondence regarding said criminal activity, as well as other misbehavior, being used as evidence against her. Sorry, chick, no sympathy here.

    You would think a lawyer would be smarter than that—oh, wait, Bernath was a lawyer too. I stand corrected.

  5. Hack Stone says:

    She must have missed that statement when she looked he’d on that government IT devices are subject to monitoring and there is no expectation of privacy. Maybe she didn’t complete that cyber security training that Hillary skipped out on, too.

    • Fyrfighter says:

      Good point, the texts were on a GOVERNMENT phone.. Her argument would have been BS anyway, but given that fact, a judge should dismiss with prejudice right off..

    • SFC D says:

      It really is that simple. What happens on a government phone, computer, or on government property while in government employ, the government owns. If this silly twatwaffle didn’t know this, hold her bosses accountable.

      This agency needs an enema.

      • Hack Stone says:

        She should have used Hillary’s private server, then those messages never would have seen the light of the day.

        Revenge porn is a dish best served cold.

  6. OWB says:

    Well, bless her widdle bwack heart.

    Were those communications done from a device that we the people owned? Were they done while either of those communicating were on the payroll of we the people? If so, then we the people own them and are entitled to read them, forward them to all our friends and family and opine about them as much as we want to opine about them. Among those opinions is one which strongly suggests that criminal prosecutions begin. Now.

  7. Wilted Willy says:

    I hope they finally abandon this kind of shit when Trump wins by a landslide bigger than Regan’s! I hope they finally grow up and take their ex-lax and get on with running this great nation!
    Rant Over,
    Willy
    Out

    • Huey Jock says:

      I’m anxious to see what those states that made laws to reward all electoral votes to the popular vote winner will do if Trump wins the popular vote.

  8. ChipNASA says:

    Fuck her.
    FUCK Her long and hard and wide and sideways, front and back and relentlessly.

    No, wait. belay that order.

    I wouldn’t fuck her with IDC Sarc’s dick.

    I hope Karma fucks her though.

    • JBUSMC says:

      Call me Karma cause daddy would hit that son

    • The Other Whitey says:

      Stzrok was doing exactly that, behind the backs of his own wife and Page’s husband. Which calls into question not only their (complete lack of) integrity, but Stzrok’s (complete lack of) taste as well. Because I’m looking at her picture thinking to myself, “Really? You betrayed your wife for THAT?”

      • Veritas Omnia Vincit says:

        Indeed that was my problem with the old movie Fatal Attraction no way someone cheats on Anne Archer with Glenn Close…she looks like an ugly dude in that movie.

  9. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Lisa’s problem is that she was caught hocking on bobo… and still butt hurt over it.

    Memo to Lisa… don’t be texting or posting to social media shit you don’t want people and the NSA to know about.

  10. BlueCord Dad says:

    FBI phone, on the clock and talking about FBI matters. No expectation of privacy.
    Good luck with that…

  11. ChipNASA says:

    I’m such a lovely and caring and thoughtful guy. No, Really!!
    All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth Lisa Page, Strzok, Brennan, Clinton, Biden and Son, Inc., Clapper, Schiff, Comey, Hayden, Yates, Rice, McCabe, Ohr and the whole rotten gang to sing long and loud, Caroling this Christmas…
    “Hark! The Herald Angels SQUUEEEEEEEELLLLLLLL!!!!”

    Kinda brings a tear to your eye, doesn’t it?? Joy to the World and all that shit.


    • ninja says:

      Don’t forget Auntie Maxine!

      • ChipNASA says:

        Puhleeze. I keep trying.
        Her and Barbara Lee and AOC and Kamala “I can suck your soul out through your dick” Harris and Eleanor Holmes “What’s up hommie?!?!” Norton and Sheila “Stonewall” Jackson Lee and Frederica “Jebus, you and your fucking hats, bitch” Wilson and Ilhan “Oh my GAWD!” Omar and Ayanna “Wish she was abducted by aliens like Elvis” Pressley and Rashida “Shit-tah-dah” Tlaib and MORE!

        • Hack Stone says:

          You forgot Hank Johnson, the genius when it comes to all matters regarding Guam. When he asked that Admiral that asinine question, the Admiral should have responded with “With no due respect, are you actually the best and brightest in your Congressional District? If so, they need to check the water supply for lead.” Then he should have stood up, execute an about face, and marched out of there.

  12. ninja says:

    If one ever gets the chance, highly recommend they read this book by Alan Dershowitz.

    BTW, it does not pertain to President Trump:

    “The Abuse Excuse and Other Cop Outs, Sob Stories and Evasions of Responsibility”

    https://www.amazon.com/Abuse-Excuse-Cop-outs-Evasions-Responsibility/dp/0316181021

    “According to renowned defense attorney and Harvard law professor Alan M. Dershowitz, “abuse excuses” are enabling people to get away with murder – literally. From the Menendez brothers to Lorena Bobbitt, more and more Americans accused of violent crimes are admitting to the charges, but arguing that they shouldn’t be held legally responsible. The reason: they’re victims – of an abusive parent, a violent spouse, a traumatic experience, ethnic hatred, society at large, or anything else – who struck back at a real or perceived oppressor. And they couldn’t help themselves, they say. In this provocative and important collection of essays, Dershowitz reviews a wide range of recent cases – including those of O. J. Simpson, Tonya Harding, and Woody Allen – and argues that the current vogue in victim defenses is antithetical to the ideals of our constitutional democracy. For Dershowitz, the foundations of American society are individual responsibility and the rule of law. And people who claim to be above the law – whatever the excuse – are no more than vigilantes.”

    • Mason says:

      “including those of O. J. Simpson, Tonya Harding, and Woody Allen”

      Very timely and current. 😉

      What’s sad is it’s only gotten worse in the last 25 years.

  13. Berliner says:

    It was all fun and games until they got caught. Now she has gone full “Greta Thunberg”

    • ninja says:

      “Greta Thunberg Named TIME’s 2019 ‘Person of the Year’”

      https://www.foxnews.com/media/greta-thunberg-time-2019-person-of-the-year

      • ninja says:

        The IRONY of her making Time Magazine.

        How much energy is consumed to physically make that magazine or how much energy is consumed by folks who work for Time magazine?

        😉

        • Hack Stone says:

          How many people actually purchase an issue? Even Mad Magazine has folded. Of course, people have been folding the back page of Mad Magazine for decades.

          • ninja says:

            MAD Magazine.

            One of my favorite’s when growing up.

            And yes, when one shared the Magazine with Siblings,it was always a challenge as to who got the honor of folding that back page.

            😉

      • Mason says:

        Hitler was also Time’s Man of the Year once.

        • ninja says:

          You are correct, Mason.

          Others include Joseph Stalin, LBJ, Bill Clinton and Obama.

          😉

        • Hack Stone says:

          Wasn’t it twice? And you left out Ayatollah Homeslice.

          (Phone started to auto populate, and that sounds way funnier than his real name)

        • A Proud Infidel®™️ says:

          Yes, Adolph Hitler was TIME Magazine Man of the Year in 1938.
          TIME Magazine is going the same way Snoozeweek has gone, their subscriptions are nowhere near what they were in the eighties!

          • rgr769 says:

            I wouldn’t believe anything reported in Time ever. I personally witnessed a total pack of lies published in a feature story in Time back in 1970 regarding a major firefight involving one of our rifle companies. The reporter falsely claimed he spent three days with that company in the field. Moreover, the company he spent all of five or six hours with was never anywhere near the subject firefight, which I watched from a firebase several miles distant and listened to the radio traffic. Since then I have never believed anything written by Time.

      • OldSoldier54 says:

        Yeah, that’s right up there with Obama’s Peace Prize.

  14. Veritas Omnia Vincit says:

    This is where I’d use the laugh button if we had one…

    She will be hard pressed to prove she was damaged by her own words. It would be easier to prove that her words damaged others far more than she could ever have been damaged by her own words and actions being released and revealing what she and her idiot boyfriend actually are as humans….

    • OWB says:

      All that and more kinda makes the idea of her lawsuit being heard in open court rather appealing. (Anyone else want in on the ticket concession?)

      • Hack Stone says:

        Revenge porn is a dish best served cold.

        Speaking of revenge porn, wasn’t there an employee in the Reston office of All Points Logistics who got busted about ten years back for releasing some revenge porn of an ex-girlfriend? If memory is working properly, his boss in the Reston office, a man of impeccable honor, hygiene and lucky sperm, wrote a letter to the editor of a local newspaper vouching as to (see what Hack did there?) the good character of the young lad. The poor guy knew he was Toast when the only one to stand in his corner had to get around the National Capital Region in a 1980’s Jaguar held together with duct tape.

    • Poetrooper says:

      “…revealing what she and her idiot boyfriend actually are as humans….”

      More shamefully even (and influencing to a jury) is the revelation of how callous they were as parents…

  15. Club Manager, USA ret. says:

    Hope there was some hot gratuitous sex mentioned in the texts. If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime.

  16. rgr769 says:

    Her claim that she had her privacy in her emails to her fuck-buddy violated is totally bogus from a legal standpoint. Anyone using an employer’s email system and cell phones has no expectation of privacy in the use of those devices and systems, especially not from that employer. She was likely told that when she was first issued a government cell phone. If the law were otherwise then all employees, whether private or government, would be free to surf porn and sext regularly on their government devices with impunity. There is no reasonable expectation of privacy on government devices, period. Anyone think Randy Andy Weiner could have been convicted for his sexting if he could claim his privacy was violated by the FBI looking at his devices?

  17. Anonymous says:

    “Whatever happened to being an adult and accepting the consequences of your actions?” That’s racist now, comrade!

  18. Daisy Cutter says:

    What happens on a Government computer, stays on a Government computer… NOT!

  19. SFC D says:

    Lisa Page and Katie Hill need to pool their resources and make a movie together.

  20. Skippy says:

    Absolutely Amazing!!!!!!
    This is what happens when it take 3 years plus
    To hold people accountable
    We have to wait until late next year to find out
    If anyone is hold accountable
    Talk about a bunch of keystone cops

  21. OldSoldier54 says:

    Lisa Page can go straight to the Hot Place.

    • Hack Stone says:

      If her lawsuit doesn’t pan out, there is a proud but humble woman owned business that sells software to the federal government in Bethesda that has an opening for President.