Ex-FBI agent Lisa Page was one of the central figures in the FBI’s Russia and Clinton email investigations.

Page also found herself as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against the President.

But now this Deep State FBI agent has crossed Donald Trump for the last time.

A joint House Oversight and Judiciary Committee investigation is being conducted into the FBI’s conduct during the 2016 election after Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed how corruption and anti-Trump bias ooze throughout the upper levels of the FBI under former Director James Comey.

As part of Horowitz’s report, he detailed reams of text messages between Page and Peter Strzok – the high level FBI agent who signed off on the Russia investigation and who was having an affair with Page – about how much they hated Trump.

But their communications went beyond simple political disagreements.

Page and Strzok exchanged texts about how the Russia investigation was “an insurance policy” against Trump winning.

And one exchange saw Page express her fear that Trump would win and Strzok responded that they would “stop” him.

After Horowitz testified in front of Congress it was only natural to get Page and Strzok’s side of the story.

Strzok testified behind closed doors and was subpoenaed to appear in public.

Page was also subpoenaed to testify before Congress.

But now Page is balking.

Page’s attorney Amy Jeffress stated “The Committees would be asking Lisa about materials that she has not yet been shown,

Jeffress continued “We have asked the Committees to schedule another date that would allow sufficient time for her to prepare,” she continued. “The Committees have not honored this request. As a result, Lisa is not going to appear for an interview at this time.”

This did not go over well.

President Trump learned of Page’s defiance while traveling to the NATO summit in Europe and expressed his outrage.

President Trump tweeted:

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte also blasted the decision tweeting:


And Speaker Paul Ryan threatened to hold Page in contempt of Congress if she blew off her Congressional testimony.

Ryan declared “If she wants to come plead the Fifth, that’s her choice. But a subpoena to testify before Congress is not optional. It’s mandatory. She needs to comply.”

President Trump and Republicans in Congress have had enough of the FBI’s excuses and cover ups.

It’s time for the Bureau to come clean on what really happened during the 2016 election.

And that starts with Page testifying before Congress.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.