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Lisa Page one-ups Comey’s whiny op-ed with the ultimate victim card

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Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page wants the world to know she is a victim.

She declared her victimhood status in a tweet reacting to an op-ed by fired FBI Director James Comey, claiming her life had become reduced “into body parts and sex acts” because she is a female “target” of President Donald Trump.

The former lawyer who was involved in an extramarital affair with Peter Strzok, the fired FBI agent who launched the bureau’s Russia probe in 2016, opined how she was treated in the fallout in a tweet agreeing with Comey’s opinion piece.

The former FBI chief bemoaned his own treatment by the president in a Washington Post op-ed detailing what it’s like to be attacked by Trump and how there are “four stages” in the process. Describing the president as  “this shrunken, withered figure,” Comey went on to explain how the “most powerful human on the planet” attacking you eventually feels like “a strange and slightly sad old guy is yelling at you to get off his lawn.”

Page joined Comey’s one-man pity party to declare that, as a woman, she has it much worse.

“Yes. 1000 times this. Plus one big difference,” she tweeted.

“I am not just an FBI target of the President, but a female one. So his followers understand that I’m therefore different, and ‘deserving’ of a special kind of hatred, a vile reduction of my whole existence into body parts and sex acts,” she wrote.

“It’s incredibly degrading and dehumanizing, but I suppose that’s the point, isn’t it,” Page added.

Page broke her silence in a recent interview claiming she felt compelled to speak out after Trump supposedly mocked her with a “fake orgasm” during a campaign rally.

The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway tore up the former FBI lawyer earlier this month and her “woe is me” act claiming to be the real victim in the Russian collusion delusion. Washington Examiner’s Byron York also called out Page’s claims of being the victim, tweeting that Page and Strzok “caused damage that goes to the heart of the FBI’s reputation for neutral fact-finding and political independence.”

Page filed a lawsuit demanding her therapy costs be reimbursed by the Trump administration, prompting the president to denounce the biased and politically motivated actions by the FBI against him.

“Look how they’ve hurt people — they’ve destroyed the lives of people that were great people, that are still great people,” he said at a rally in Pennsylvania this month.

Page’s latest appeal for sympathy got some expected support from the left but many Twitter users mocked her remarks, with one summing it up best:

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