We don’t know much about what came of the first Lisa Page interview with Congress, but one thing we did learn: 7 months ago Congress informed the DOJ that they wanted to question Lisa Page. The DOJ is then supposed to inform Page of the request – but they never did. This is just more proof that the DOJ is desperately trying to withhold information from Congress.

 

From The Gateway Pundit

Meadows tweeted: Remarkably, we learned new information today suggesting the DOJ had not notified Lisa Page of Congress’ outstanding interview requests for over 7 months now. The DOJ/FBI appear to be continuing their efforts to keep material facts, and perhaps even witnesses, from Congress.

The House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed Lisa Page to appear in a closed-door interview Wednesday.

Page’s lawyer previously argued her client wasn’t given enough time to prepare for the interview and was not allowed to review requested documents at the FBI on Tuesday.

House Speaker Paul Ryan and House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte threatened Lisa Page with contempt charges if she continued to defy the Congressional subpoena.

Friday we find out the DOJ had never even notified Lisa Page of Congress’ outstanding interview requests for over 7 months!

This is inexcusable. Obviously, they are trying to run out the clock before the midterm elections, fearing they might tip the election in favor of the Republicans. But, today the White House announced that they are overruling the FBI and the DOJ on the documents on campaign spy, Stefan Halper. Halper made contact with Carter Page on July 11th but the investigation didn’t start until July 31st. This creates a lot of questions about who authorized the spying before there was even an investigation. Some speculate it was the Obama administration. The documents to be released should show what happened and who made the authorization.

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