Update: Page Will Testify -Goodlatte and Gowdy Give Lisa Page Attorney Three Options to Avoid Contempt Charges Scheduled for Friday 13th

Page has agreed to testify…


Three Options:  #1) Lisa Page can appear tomorrow with Peter Strzok (already scheduled). #2) Present herself for deposition Friday 13th.  #3) Do both 1 and 2.

Washington, D.C. – House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) today called on Lisa Page to comply with a congressional subpoena, which required her to come before the committees to answer questions, or face contempt proceedings. Lisa Page, legal counsel to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, is a key witness in the Committees’ joint investigation into decisions made by the Justice Department in 2016. Chairman Goodlatte subpoenaed Lisa Page to appear on July 11, 2018 for a deposition but she refused to appear.  MORE

36 Comments on Update: Page Will Testify -Goodlatte and Gowdy Give Lisa Page Attorney Three Options to Avoid Contempt Charges Scheduled for Friday 13th

  1. She must be chilled to the bone with the possibility of facing the prospect of receiving a strongly worded letter.

  2. She’ll be there when she’s ready, okay? You guys just have to pick out a suit and tie, and you’re ready to testify. She’s got to have a full makeover. And stop looking at your watch. It only makes her go slower.

  3. She has already shown her “contempt” of Congress.
    Most of us find Congress (both Houses) contemptible, but would hesitate at refusing a subpoena.
    She (apparently) has some pretty powerful protection.
    Or, she has taken the measure of Congress and found them wanting.
    She has no fear of retribution, or of Jeff Sessions.

    Something stinks in DC.
    That Treason and Corruption are so lightly taken.

    izlamo delenda est …

  4. Personally I would rather have Page and Strzok questioned by Torquemada. Just give Torquemada the same broad investigative scope that Rosenstein gave Mueller and Torquie will bring home the confession. He always good at getting results.

  5. Yawn ….
    The criminal offense of “contempt of Congress” sets the penalty at not less than one month nor more than twelve months in jail and a fine of not less than $100 nor more than $1,000. Little Lisa knows her limitations.
    As the cop said the other day …. after Ferguson ‘just saying NO’ has taken on new proportions.

  6. This dispicable woman was caught red handed using a U.S. agency to rig a national election for Hillary Clinton and gets off scott free because the media protects her and the Republicans in charge are too timid to pick her up and throw her in jail.

  7. If you are a government employee, you shouldn’t have the right to refuse a Congressional subpoena–or refusal should be grounds for immediate termination. Don’t these douchebags realize they work for the American taxpayer?

  8. @ Racer X: No they don’t. They neither realize it nor do they, in fact, work for the American taxpayer. They just float in the swamp generating methane gas. Low BTU gas at that…

  9. “Contempt of Congress”!? Why… why, that’ll end her legalafyin career! Just look what happened to poor Eric Holder! What? Oh… Never mind.

  10. I can sort of understand the inaction (charge with contempt but not following through with arrest) against creeps like Holder under Obama-ear…but: I have a hard time assuming the same happens here and now with Page/Strzok under Trump.

    Sometimes I wonder if some of you folks who are repeatedly chiming in with “nothing’s gonna happen” and such realize you’re doing the Left’s work in dispiriting the Right moving towards November. Thanks for nothing…LESS than nothing, actually. [Less surprising to me would be if this site – to a lesser degree than over at CTH, where the comments are becoming more and more unreadable – is getting polluted with Leftist trolls spewing the disparagement]

  11. they set her up, suggested she may want to revue unclassified documents, she did, this takes care of the endless “I don’t remember” responses.

  12. I want to see her in cuffs and in an orange jumpsuit with her boyfriend Strzok beside her. Bring those two haughty asswipes down. Come on, DO SOMETHING! $hit or get off the pot! Give something to the American people, we’re paying for this rodeo!

  13. Fire her. March her out in front of her co-workers.

    Then, move to disbar her. The standards for disbarment are generally as follows:

    Grounds of disbarment or suspension.
    An attorney or counselor may be disbarred or suspended for any of the following causes arising after his or her admission to practice:
    (1) His or her conviction of a felony or misdemeanor involving moral turpitude, in which case the record of conviction shall be conclusive evidence.
    (2) Willful disobedience or violation of an order of the court requiring him or her to do or forbear an act connected with, or in the course of, his or her profession, which he or she ought in good faith to do or forbear.
    (3) Violation of his or her oath as an attorney, or of his or her duties as an attorney and counselor.
    (4) Corruptly or willfully, and without authority, appearing as attorney for a party to an action or proceeding.
    (5) Lending his or her name to be used as attorney and counselor by another person who is not an attorney and counselor.
    (6) For the commission of any act involving moral turpitude, dishonesty, or corruption, whether the same be committed in the course of his or her relations as an attorney or counselor at law, or otherwise, and whether the same constitute a felony or misdemeanor or not; and if the act constitute a felony or misdemeanor, conviction thereof in a criminal proceeding shall not be a condition precedent to disbarment or suspension from practice therefor.
    (7) Misrepresentation or concealment of a material fact made in his or her application for admission or in support thereof.
    (8) Disbarment by a foreign court of competent jurisdiction.
    (9) Practicing law with or in cooperation with a disbarred or suspended attorney, or maintaining an office for the practice of law in a room or office occupied or used in whole or in part by a disbarred or suspended attorney, or permitting a disbarred or suspended attorney to use his or her name for the practice of law, or practicing law for or on behalf of a disbarred or suspended attorney, or practicing law under any arrangement or understanding for division of fees or compensation of any kind with a disbarred or suspended attorney or with any person not a licensed attorney.
    (10) Gross incompetency in the practice of the profession.
    (11) Violation of the ethics of the profession.

  14. If she was a conservative with even the slightest hint of wrong-doing, she would already be in prison.

  15. But she doesn’t like any of those options. That’s not fair! Anyway, she wants to hear what Strzok says to remind her what happened. She’s just a silly, simple-minded girl, remember?

  16. I saw a recent photo of her and she looks like death warmed over. Sunken eyes, hollow cheeks, pasty complexion…

  17. listening to the strozk hearing right now. They (demoscats) want to ‘immediately’ release the transcript of strozk’s previous 11 hour hearing behind closed doors. If they are able to do this, it will enable page to calculate her testimony to agree with that of strozk, which is why they want that release, I think. If they are not able to do that, she will be caught in numerous lies.
    These people, strozk, page, et al, are treasonous traitors.

  18. Meanwhile her boyfriend’s testimony goes on with real questions from republicans and crazy stunts by Democrats. SJ Lee now showing what an ass she is.

  19. I’m so tired of looking at this rake teeth ugly bitch….I hope they grill the sh*t out of her tomorrow….that Strzok should be hung!!!!!!


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