Former  Foreign Policy Adviser to President Trump Carter Page filed a million-dollar lawsuit on Friday, Nov. 27, against the former FBI agents who carried out the failed impeachment against President Trump and who ended Page’s political career.

Page, was one of the victims of the failed attempt to overthrow the president based on a fabricated report, the Steele dossier, and financed by the Democratic Party that sought to dirty President Trump and cover up Hillary Clinton’s corruption.

Under orders from the FBI then headed by James Comey, they accused Page of being a traitor working on behalf of the Russian government and in order to spy on him they requested up to three FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) warrants and the warrants were ultimately used to spy on President Trump’s campaign.

According to Gateway Pundit’s report, the lawsuit involves former FBI Director James Comey, Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Agent Peter Strzok, attorney Lisa Page, four other agency agents and the Department of Justice and seeks $75 million in compensation for ruining Page’s life.

The lawsuit begins stating, “On November 10, 2020, Defendant Andrew McCabe testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Hearing that ‘any material misrepresentation or error in a FISA application is unacceptable. Period. The FBI should be held to the standard of scrupulous accuracy that the [FISA] court demands.” When pushed to explain “Who is responsible for ruining Mr. Carter Page’s life?” McCabe finally responded, “We are all responsible for the work that went into that FISA.”  “This lawsuit seeks accountability and damages against the individuals and agencies who wronged Plaintiff, Carter W. Page.”

Investigations following President Trump’s impeachment that ended with his complete acquittal after special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of alleged collusion with Russia or obstruction of justice, revealed that Democrats were investigating President Trump before and after he became president.

Thanks to requests from Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Justice Department declassified some FBI documents that confirmed that the entire impeachment trial against Trump was knowingly based on rumors that were taken as facts and embodied in the infamous Steele Dossier, a British agent hired by the Democratic Party to investigate Trump.

However, despite abundant evidence of malicious action by the FBI and parts of the Justice Department, to date none of these individuals have been charged, not counting former FBI lawyer Clinesmith who pleaded guilty to forging an email to get the FISA warrant against Page.

In April 2020, U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham was appointed to “investigate the investigators” referring to those who were behind the impeachment, but the investigation did not yield any concrete results.

President Trump commented, “These people should be indicted. This was the greatest political crime in the history of our country and that includes Obama, and it includes Biden.”

Apparently “to drain the swamp” President Donald J. Trump, will need another four years.