Judicial Watch Chief Investigator: Three FBI Sources Told Me “No Way in Hell” The FBI Phone Glitch Story Is Real (VIDEO)

Judicial Watch Chief Investigator Chris Farrell told Lou Dobbs on Wednesday he spoke with three different FBI officials who disputed the claims by the DOJ and Deep State officials that the Peter Strzok – Lisa Page phone messages were lost in a “glitch” is a complete lie.

This weekend the FBI released 50,000 text messages between top FBI Investigator Peter Strzok and his mistress and top FBI Attorney Lisa Page.

But the FBI told Congress thousands of text messages between the two agents were deleted during a five month period from December 2016 to May 2017.

The premier international intelligence agency said they lost them.

The FBI “lost” five months of text messages between Chief FBI Investigator Peter Strzok and his mistress and FBI Attorney Lisa Page.

Chris Farrell from Judicial Watch says his FBI contacts (not part of the Deep State) say it is impossible to believe the phone glitch excuse.

Chris Farrell: Meanwhile I have talked to three FBI agents who told me this whole lost text message thing with Samsung is absolute baloney. That there is no way in the world this could have happened. That the FBI actively monitors agents’ communications both from an insider threat and a counter-intelligence prospective. And that their back-ups had back-ups. So three different sources have told me there’s no way in hell that it’s possible, that someone is deliberately sabotaging this or deliberately deleting or lying.

Via Lou Dobbs Tonight:



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