Cable news network MSNBC's hosts have relentlessly embraced Black Lives Matter, routinely ribbing Republicans critical of the group's Marxist roots while showcasing celebrities who support the racial justice group. "Black Lives Matter is a human rights statement," WNBA star Sidney Colson declared on the network in a recent interview with host Ali Velshi that encapsulated the network's embrace of the group.
H/T: Just The News
"And meanwhile, we have Black Lives Matter protesters, right now, chanting 'no justice no peace' around DoJ and the White House," Strzok texted Page during a late-night exchange on July 8, 2016.
Page responded within a half hour. "That's awful."
Lisa Page on BLM protest: 'That's awful' https://t.co/vbUPAFZkkb— WND News (@worldnetdaily) August 4, 2020
OH MY! Emails About Seth Rich Between Strzok and Page RELEASED https://t.co/JhPiYvAbur— Matt Couch (@RealMattCouch) August 4, 2020
The FBI lied when they said that emails between disgraced FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page didn’t exist about murdered DNC whistle blower Seth Rich....except that they actually do.— Mindy Robinson 🇺🇸 (@iheartmindy) August 1, 2020
Still think the Deep State is just a “conspiracy?” https://t.co/PubtgJfzO0
Peter Strzok, who was the former FBI agent in charge of the counterintelligence probe of the Trump campaign, was fired by the bureau after his text messages with FBI attorney Lisa Page were discovered. pic.twitter.com/wrw0toF7ED— I Have Not Yet Begun To Pounce - Brian Cates (@drawandstrike) August 1, 2020
Crime pays for the crooked investigators. (Not to mention their Trump-hating book agents at Javelin.)https://t.co/jz3K1Wm1Eg— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) August 1, 2020
Read the text exchange released by the Justice Department below.