'Coordinated Effort to Spy on the Trump Campaign': Hannity Reveals New Strzok-Page Texts
Sean Hannity discussed newly uncovered texts between FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, suggesting improper coordination among the feds to hurt the Trump campaign.
Hannity said the messages reveal "damning new evidence" of interagency cooperation with the end goal of hurting Trump's bid through the Russian collusion investigation.
Strzok appears to tell his mistress, Page, about the first interagency meeting in the summer of 2016 between the FBI and Justice Department on the DNC hacking case.
Hannity said the messages show the two agencies met to discuss the Russian election hacking investigation.
He said there is proof then-Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) met with CIA Director John Brennan and sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey urging him to open a probe into Trump and Russia.
The letter said "evidence of a direct connection... continues to mount."
Strzok's subsequent message to Page on August 30 reads "here we go," with a link to a New York Times story on the matter.
"This was a coordinated effort to spy on, bring down... and tarnish the Trump campaign," Hannity said.