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Disgraced ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page lands job with MSNBC

The Deep State is planting their talking heads throughout the mainstream media.

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The Deep State is going all-in against President Donald Trump for 2020. Recently, it was announced that adulteress, former FBI lawyer, and documented Trump-hater Lisa Page has joined NBC News and is now a paid pundit on MSNBC.

Democrats and the Deep State appear to want to ensure they can control the message and combat any and all negative reports that may come out of the John Durham investigation in the months before this year’s election. They’re circling the wagons. The very woman who participated in a coup against a sitting U.S. president is now being paid to be a national security and legal analyst on cable news. You can watch the video of the announcement below:

The president responded to a tweet by Richard Grenell on Friday night, expressing his sentiments on the announcement. “You must be kidding???” he tweeted. “This is a total disgrace!”

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Lisa Page ended up in the national spotlight after texts surfaced between her and former FBI counterintelligence Agent Peter Strzok. Page was working on former special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation when the text messages were exchanged. The now-infamous text messages between the married lovers showed harsh criticism of Trump.

Within those text messages, she and Strzok discussed the likelihood of a Trump presidency and how they could “stop it.” Additionally, Strzok and Page texted one another about an “insurance policy” in case Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016. Page has since sued the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) for releasing those texts to the public.

Page made her debut as an MSNBC analyst on Friday, opposite Andrew Weissman, one of the top members of Robert Mueller’s investigation, who recently joined the network too. In her first segment, Page discussed the battles between President Trump and Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, who recently painted “Black Lives Matter” on a boulevard leading to the White House.

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