This is a bombshell if true.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a current attorney for President Donald Trump, told “Fox & Friends” on Sunday that special counsel Bob Mueller was the insurance policy mentioned in the texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
The Federalist Papers reports:
The two FBI employees who were lovers had texted about an insurance policy against President Trump in case he won the 2016 presidential election.
Coincidentally, as Giuliani said, Strzok was one of the first investigators hired by Mueller for the Russian collusion investigation.
“All those texts of Strzok and Page deleted after they find out Strzok is texting that he hates Trump, that he’s going to get him, that he’s going to stop him, and if he can’t stop him, he has an insurance policy to get him out of office,” Giuliani said.
“I believe Mueller is the insurance policy to get him out of office,” he said.
“I’m not just saying that. Strzok was his first investigator. How is it that all the ones that are eliminated are the ones he did when he was working for Mueller?” Giuliani said of the texts that have been deleted.
And he had a message for Mueller.
It is time to show your cards.
“My ultimatum is put up or shut up, Bob. What do you have?” he said.
“There are those of us who believe you don’t have anything on collusion,” he said.
“Do you have anything that shows the president was involved in a conspiracy to hack the DNC with Russia? Of course you don’t. But if you do, let the justice Department review it, put out a report. We’re ready to rebut it. I’ve had report ready for two months,” Giuliani said.
“First he was coming out in March, and then in May. We’re in, now, the fourth-degree of separation from the non-crime collusion,” he said.
“We went to the non-crime obstruction to justice. That didn’t work out for him,” the former mayor said.
“Then he moved on to campaign contributions which, by the way, are not a violation of the campaign finance law. You can pay a judgment or a claim against you. That’s not a campaign expense,” he said.
“The Edwards case determined that. That’s another non-crime they’re investigating. And then they’re looking at now the Russia tower. Well, they should go to Moscow. There is no tower,” Giuliani said.
“The whole thing is a phony,” he said.