Sen. Grassley Wants Answers on “Insurance Policy”, Secret Phones to Hillary


Senator Chuck Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, wants answers on the “insurance policy” that seemingly corrupt FBI agent Peter Strzok referenced in his texts with his mistress. Strzok was referring to his strategy to stop Trump should he be elected President.

Grassley also wants to know about the secret phones used to talk to Hillary Clinton, which were likely used to evade FOIA. He said if the DoJ wants to earn the public trust, they must be transparent and the ” FBI can’t be political”.

If you didn’t hear about the secret phones, that was a revelation in the released texts.

CBS News reported this Lisa Page text: Also in March, Page seems to be concerned about whether the things they say about Mr. Trump can be found out. “So look, you say we can text on that phone when we talk about Hillary because it cant be traced,” she wrote.

According to the texts, Strzok and his FBI concubine hated Congress, Republicans, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Martin O’Malley, Trump followers, and the list goes on until Page responds, that they “hate everyone and everything”.

Just the people you want picking our President!

Grassley’s tweet followed this one from Bret Baier, host of Special Report:


  1. This is “conspiracy”, without doubt, at the highest levels to subvert an election. The Mueller team is spending countless hours trying to find conspiracy by Don Trump and his associates but the real conspiracy sure seems to be ignored.

    It was quite interesting to hear Rosenstein find it doubtful there could be illegal acts within his Department. He keeps maintaining that, even though the political bias is clear, doesn’t mean the investigation cannot be above board. Well, Weissmann has shown it is certainly possible that investigations Can be tainted. It can happen in Mueller case also. Prosecutors have a “sense of duty” and believe they are beyond reproach when going after individuals, even if it means skirting legal processes. This has been seen in a good many cases. It’s as if they believe the ends justifies the means.

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