Goodlatte Sends US Marshals to Lisa Page’s Home

Lisa Page, Peter Strzok’s lover, avowed Hillary fan, a victim of Trump Derangement Syndrome is now officially in big trouble as House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte sends US Marshals to her house to personally serve her with a warrant and he says she could be facing Contempt of Congress charges by Friday.

Her lawyer claimed that Page did not have time to prepare for her testimony (She was notified 2 months ago) and that she has been unable to review FBI documents needed before she testifies. (That’s a lie, both she and her lawyer reviewed the documents on Tuesday)

“Contrary to what her attorneys are telling the media, we just learned Lisa Page actually DID review documents at the FBI yesterday. Her failure to appear before Congress this morning had little to do with ‘preparation’–and everything to do with avoiding accountability.”

From The Gateway Pundit

House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte released a statement late Tuesday night on Lisa Page.

Goodlatte said it appears “key witness” Lisa Page has something to hide and Congress will use all tools at their disposal to obtain her testimony.

On Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan told reporters he’s willing to hold Lisa Page in contempt of Congress if she continues to defy a Congressional subpoena.

Page’s lawyers hit back Wednesday claiming the former FBI lawyer is being bullied by Congress. Oh please!

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge is reporting GOP lawmakers may force Strzok and Page to appear together on Capitol Hill.

“She [Lisa Page] should comply [with the subpoena] now before she’s held in contempt of Congress which could happen as soon as Friday,” Chairman Goodlatte said.

Sounds like they are getting serious up there on Capitol Hill.

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