Congressional leaders continue to dig through the text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, and the more they see the more incriminating those texts become.
Yesterday it was revealed that at least one of the exchanges referred to a ‘secret society’ within the FBI.
Now Sen. Ron Johnson has confirmed that an FBI informant is reporting that that secret society held meetings offsite from the FBI building.
The questions now include who was in that society and what were the purposes of those meetings?
The fact that five months of text messages are missing is even more suspicious than previously thought.
The possibility of a special counsel to investigate the FBI is nearly certain after these revelations.
Here’s more from PJ Media…
An FBI informant has apparently informed Congress that a secret society at the FBI was holding secret meetings off-site after the election of Donald Trump.
On Special Report with Bret Baier Tuesday evening, Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) called it “corruption of the highest levels of the FBI.”
“That secret society — we have an informant that’s talking about a group that were holding secret meetings off-site,” Johnson said. “There is so much smoke here.”
This comes after text messages between FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok and senior FBI lawyer Lisa Page, his paramour, revealed that a “secret society” of officials within the FBI met the day after the election of Donald J. Trump to plot against the president-elect.
“A secret society?” Baier asked. “Secret meetings off-site of the Justice Department? And you have an informant saying that?”
“Yes,” Johnson answered matter-of-factly.
“Is [there] anything more about that?” Baier asked.
“No. We have to dig into it — this is not a distraction. Again, this is bias — potentially corruption — at the highest levelsee of the FBI,” Johnson declared.
“By the way,” he added. “Robert Mueller used to run the FBI. He is in no position to do an investigation over this kind of misconduct.” Johnson said the controversies surrounding the FBI have reached the point at which a second special counsel is warranted.
“So I think at this point in time we probably should be looking at a special counsel to undertake this investigation — but Congress is going to have to continue to dig,” he said.