FBI agent Peter Strzok’s mistress testified in front of Congress recently behind closed doors and apparently contradicted Mr. Strzok. Congressman John Ratcliffe told reporters that Page told members of Congress that the text messages exchanged between the two meant exactly what they said.
According to The Daily Caller:
Republican congressman John Ratcliffe claimed on Monday that FBI lawyer Lisa Page contradicted many parts of testimony from her colleague and lover Peter Strzok.
Page testified for two days behind closed doors about her influence on the FBI’s investigations into Russia and Hillary Clinton’s emails less than one week after Strzok.
Strozk denied that texts he exchanged with Page — particularly one promising they would “stop” Trump from becoming president — were indicative of bias that affected the investigations. However, Ratcliffe alleged that Page contradicted Strzok in her testimony and even admitted that the texts “mean exactly what they say.”
“There are differences in their testimony on many cases,” Ratcliffe said on Monday. “In many cases, she admits that the text messages mean exactly what they say ,as opposed to Agent Strzok, who thinks that we have all misinterpreted his own words on any text message that might be negative.”
This new revelation comes on the heels of Strzok’s testimony where he denied being affected by bias in the investigation of Russian collusion.