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MSNBC hires former FBI attorney Lisa Page as legal analyst

RT | June 6, 2020

Lisa Page, the FBI lawyer whose leaked anti-Trump text messages with another federal agent indicated deep-seated bias in the Russiagate probe, has been hired as an analyst at MSNBC, drawing jeers and praise alike.

Announcing the move on Friday, MSNBC said Page had been brought on as a national security and legal analyst after making her debut on the channel’s ‘Deadline: White House’ program. Wasting little time before weighing in on the decision, President Donald Trump deemed it a “total disgrace!”

Page rose to fame in 2017 after a series of text messages with FBI agent Peter Strzok – with whom she was then having an affair – were leaked, showing the two bureau employees disparaging Donald Trump, who had not yet won the Oval Office at the time. In one of the messages, Strzok told Page that “we can’t… risk” a Trump presidency, describing an “insurance policy” that was apparently meant either to guarantee he never got elected or to have a back-up plan in case he did. Due to his apparent bias, Strzok was removed from the special counsel probe into Trump’s alleged ties to Moscow following the leaks, while Page later left the bureau on her own accord.

Much like the president, critics online have also castigated MSNBC for the hiring decision, with some poking fun at her credentials as a “non-partisan” and “impartial” analyst.

Page is not the first MSNBC hiree to feature prominently in the Trump-Russia probe following the 2016 election, with jobs also handed to Obama-era CIA Director John Brennan and Andrew Weissmann – who the New York Times described as former special counsel Robert Mueller’s “pit bull.”

June 6, 2020 - Posted by | Mainstream Media, Warmongering | , ,


  1. I’m kinda neutral/ho-hum on this; don’t watch MSNBC and have nothing but scorn for the whole Dem apparatus as it postures as a “faux” alternative to the slamdunk-contemptible “petulant child” and his bully-Zionist handlers driving the country into opportunistic bankruptcy.

    A question of import: Is Strzok still affairing/getting it on with Page? I wanna know….


    Comment by roberthstiver | June 6, 2020 | Reply

    • Does that fall under “foreign affairs” or “domestic issues”?

      Liked by 1 person

      Comment by aletho | June 6, 2020 | Reply

    • Ditto … L.P. is sort of hot … 6-7 … good move MSNBC!

      Liked by 1 person

      Comment by Victor G. | June 6, 2020 | Reply

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