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FBI rules and Media Contacts

A credible case can be made for FBI agents Lisa Page and Peter Strzok talking to various reporters about the Trump-Russia investigation. This is mentioned in the FISA memo, sourced from various text messages from them that have been publically leaked, and some specific stories and reporters can be identified by closely examining the timing.

The FISA memo says that Steele was terminated as a paid FBI informant for talking to the media.

Why weren't Page and Strzok terminated for talking to the media? Are the rules different for FBI agents than paid informants? Weaker? Why?

Sure, at first, you can argue no one knew what they were doing (clearly in their text messages to each other they were trying to hide it from their colleagues). But then the messages came out. They were transferred, demoted... but not fired. Why not?

Sun Feb 04 09:24:29 CST 2018 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

A list of problematic lawyers on Meuller's team

There are 15 publicly identified lawyers employed by Meuller for his Trump investigation witch-hunt. Nine of them are Democratic donors. Below is a list of those that have had political bias exposed. See also Sharyll Attkisson's list of FBI officials; her list is slightly broader since it is not limited to those on Meuller's team.

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Wed Dec 13 09:59:32 CST 2017 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

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