Where are former lovebirds Lisa Page and Peter Strzok?
It’s anyone’s guess at this point.
It appears the creepy couple is either in hiding or they’ve simply taken off because after SIX tries to serve the two of them, Trump’s lawyers still can not find them.
It’s unclear if the two of them are dodging together or if they’re each ducking officials simultaneously, but on their own.
Either way, Trump’s guys can’t find them.
Bizpacreview reported that President Donald Trump is intent on suing former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page who contributed to smearing him during the Russia collusion hoax, but his attorneys have been unable to locate and serve them six separate times.
Efforts have been ongoing since March to find the leftist duo so they can be served with the 108-page lawsuit, according to new court papers.
Trump’s attorneys told a federal judge in Florida that the latest attempt was on June 30. That fact was revealed in a brief status report connected to the lawsuit accusing lead defendant Hillary Clinton, the Democratic National Committee, former British Intelligence officer Christopher Steele, and 20 other Democrats of a conspiracy attempting to tie Trump to Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
Strzok and Page at one time were intimately involved. They now maintain separate, but public, profiles after cheating on their spouses in 2017 while attempting to take Trump down.
Of course, Peter alluded to Business Insider that he’s not hiding, he just hasn’t gotten his papers served yet.
“I’m still not a party to the lawsuit — not until the plaintiff effects service, which they have not done,” Strzok told Business Insider Tuesday night in an interview, asserting that he has not been hiding from process servers.
Sounds to me like he’s being sarcastic, and is enjoying the “cat and mouse” game.
Meanwhile, Lisa Page is a law analyst on NBC… maybe she should give herself some advice on how to follow the law?
As it stands now, it appears the two adulterers are the only ones who have not been served with papers.
President Trump filed the lawsuit three months ago.
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