Someone is finally blowing the whistle on the FBI’s anti-Trump bias.

A closed-door meeting with a former FBI lawyer left Republicans stunned at what they learned.

And now one anti-Trump FBI agent could find himself behind bars.

Ex-FBI attorney Lisa Page returned to Capitol Hill for a second day of closed-door testimony.

Republicans emerged from their first interview session with her and said they learned new information that contradicted Peter Strzok’s infamous open session testimony.

Those calls only grew louder after Page returned to answer more questions.

Representative John Ratcliffe revealed that Page had given a much different account of the infamous text messages between her and Strzok – whom she was having an affair with while working on the Clinton email investigation.

Two text message exchanges stood out as proving the FBI’s actions in the Russia investigation were politically motivated.

In one text message conversation, the two referred to the Russia investigation as “an insurance policy” against Donald Trump winning.

In a second bombshell message, Strzok reassured a worried Page that Trump would not win the election because they would “stop” him.

During his explosive testimony before Congress, Strzok said these messages were innocent communications between friends and were not intended to represent his professional feelings about the Russia counterintelligence investigation.

But Representative Ratcliffe said Page blew up that laughably false claim.

 “I think there are significant differences between their testimony about important material facts. She gave us a lot of new information that we didn’t have before. That will lead us to ask for some more people to make some more requests for information we do not yet have,” The Texas Congressman stated. “On many cases, she admits that the text messages mean exactly what they say as opposed to agent Strzok, who thinks all misinterpreted his own words on any text message that might be negative.”

House Judiciary Committee member Iowa Representative Steve King immediately fired off a letter insisting investigators subpoena the personal cell phones and text message records of Strzok and Page.

“I wanna see the names of everyone who interviewed Hillary Clinton on July 2, 2016,” the conservative Congressman demanded. “I wanna see their notes. I want to consider bringing each of them forward to testify what went on inside that room and then see if their notes and their testimony matches up to the 302 document that, in the end, was the basis that Peter Strzok briefed James Comey off of.”

The records from their personal devices are crucial to understanding the full accounting of Strzok’s actions during the Clinton email and Russia investigations.

In his testimony, Strzok revealed that the Inspector General allowed him to determine which messages from his personal device were relevant to the investigation into the FBI’s conduct during the Clinton email investigation.

Page’s testimony is the first time a member of former Director James Comey’s inner circle has come forward to confirm what Trump supporters already knew – that high level FBI agents working on the investigations intended to leverage their positions to help Clinton and hurt Trump.

And it also raises questions about whether Strzok was truthful before Congress and if he should be charged with perjury.

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