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BREAKING: Hannity Says Multiple Sources Say Missing Texts Being Recovered as We Speak

Sean Hannity who has close ties to many in congress says that multiple sources tell him that the recovery of the missing Strzok and Page texts have been found and are being recovered right at this moment.

Hannity: MULTIPLE SOURCES Tell Me DOJ Is Retrieving Missing Text Messages Between Anti-Trump FBI Lovers Strzok and Page

From The Gateway Pundit

As TGP’s Cristina Laila reported moments ago
The timeline of the ‘missing’ text messages is highly suspicious. They begin on December 14, 2016 and go through May 17, 2017 which is the same day Robert Mueller was appointed as Special Counsel.

Imagine what the ‘missing’ text messages say about the Trump transition period, Russia dossier, “secret society” and moments leading up to Mueller’s appointment.

The most shocking thing we have found out in the new batch of text messages is there was a “secret society” of folks within the DOJ and FBI working against Trump.

FOX News is now reporting the recovery of the missing FBI text is underway.

Details are scant but check back as this story will be revised as more information becomes available.

UPDATE

From Fox News

Fox News’ Sean Hannity said Wednesday night on “Hannity” that the Justice Department has started recovering some of the missing texts between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, citing DOJ sources.

Hannity said sources at the DOJ told him they have begun to recover some of the texts from that time period. Specific content from those texts has not been released.

The missing messages have caused problems for the Justice Department inspector general’s office.

Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, have sent a letter to Inspector General Michael Horowitz noting that the IG’s office said on Dec. 13 that it had all the messages between Strzok and Page between Nov. 30, 2016, and July 28, 2017.

Lawmakers later learned of the five-month gap.

 

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