Durham Stalking Strzok-Page ‘Insurance Policy’ Connection


Remember that little “insurance policy” that Peter Strzok took out, in a conspiracy with his illicit lover Lisa Page, inside Andrew McCabes office, back in August of 2016? It appears that Special Prosecutor John Durham does too.

The anti-Trump insurance policy

Former Intelligence Committee associate Kash Patel has some interesting things to say about the “insurance policy” discussed by high profile FBI officials “in the heat of the 2016 presidential election.

There was heat alright. On August 15, 2016, FBI agent Peter Strzok texted the FBI’s lawyer, who he happened to be having sex with, “I want to believe the path you threw out in Andy’s office — that there’s no way he gets elected — but I’m afraid we can’t take the risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.” Ever since then, everyone has been wondering what he meant. Now, we may have the answer.

That was a busy month for Hillary Clinton and her multitude of minions. According to Patel, the timing of the “insurance policy” text is important to consider. “I remind the audience that’s in August of 2016, when they were digesting the Steele dossier, when they were running with the Alfa-Bank server nonsense, and when they were getting ready to go to the FISA court.

Any or all of those agenda items make a good candidate for the plot the Obamagate conspirators were alluding to.

This trio, who led this, the biggest criminal conspiracy in U.S. history, I believe is in the crosshairs of John Durham.

Patel is convinced that the “damning testimony” heard by the court so far will inevitably have former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, as well as “lovebirds” Strzok and Page, “concocting an ‘insurance plan.‘”

Partly classified

Patel thinks “John Durham knows what that ‘insurance plan‘ is. I know we figured it out during Russiagate, and we have tried to educate the American public on it, but it remains classified, partly.

In the multitude of text messages the public has read between the frisky feds it was abundantly clear that “they displayed a negative opinion of former President Trump.

Michael Sussmann’s lie about not representing anyone when he was really representing Hillary Clinton’s Campaign and the guy who concocted the Alfa Bank scam really was “material” James Baker testified last week.

That’s because Hillary Clinton’s “Mid-year Exam” investigation was still ongoing at the time. Peter Strzok was up to those devil horns on his head in that one too. That makes it all the easier to believe that Alfa Bank and Michael Sussmann were part of his little insurance policy scheme.

Another thing that backs that theory up is the fact when Strzok was interrogated by congress he testified that the “insurance plan” in question was “part of a larger conversation about protecting an ‘extremely sensitive source‘ as he and Page considered how far to lean into the counterintelligence investigation into possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Michael Sussmann fits the description of an “extremely sensitive source” and the bogus information he was trying to peddle was focused on “possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia.” That’s been proven by last week’s testimony.

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