MSNBC Hires Lisa Page, Ex-FBI Lawyer Embroiled In Conspiracy Against President Trump (VIDEO)

MSNBC is no longer a news network if it ever was at all.

It is a 24 hour a day, 7 days a week, anti-Trump super PAC disguised as a cable news network.

They just hired Lisa Page, the now disgraced ex-FBI lawyer who may have actually engaged in efforts to remove Trump from office after the 2016 election.

The Hill reports:

Lisa Page joins MSNBC as legal analyst

Lisa Page, the former FBI lawyer who worked on former special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, has joined MSNBC as a legal analyst, the network announced Friday.

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Page was thrust into the national spotlight after text messages were leaked between her and FBI counterintelligence agent Andrew Strzok in which they criticized President Trump. Strzok was removed from Mueller’s team, while Page had already returned to the FBI.

She swiftly emerged as a chief GOP boogeyman, with Republicans saying her texts with Strzok were evidence that elements of the Justice Department were trying to impede Trump’s presidency.

Page later filed a lawsuit against the FBI and Justice Department, claiming the agencies unlawfully released to the press text messages between her and Strzok in December 2017 for “multiple improper reasons.”

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Trump made mockery of Page and Strzok a hallmark of his campaign speeches, often berating them for their extramarital affair.

This is amazing. They’re not even trying to hide their anti-Trump efforts.

Liberal law professor Jonathan Turley called out the network for this.

MSNBC should be treated like a Democrat activist organization, because that’s what it is.



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