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  1. Subscriberno1marauder
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    20 Dec '18 02:22
    @philokalia said
    You remember the time, though, that they discussed a "media leak strategy..."?

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/sep/10/peter-strzok-lisa-page-conspired-leak-anti-trump-s/

    A strategy that has been being systematically fulfilled over the last months.

    That's a rather juicy tidbit from the deep state, no?
    It's a bunch of BS pedaled by Mark Meadows tearing a text way out of context:

    When Strzok referred to the “media leak strategy” — the text message Meadows highlighted — later that same day, April 10, he was referring to “the strategy, meetings, and discussions” about press leak regulations and the proposed internal changes to them by some officials.

    And when Strzok texted “Well done, Page” on April 22, that was not, as Meadows has postulated, a reference to a report in The Washington Post about 10 days earlier about the FBI obtaining Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants against former Trump campaign aide Carter Page, Democrats said.

    Rather, it appeared to refer to an article published in The New York Times that same day, April 22, profiling Comey. The “Well done, Page” text that Meadows referred to in his letter comes after a string of texts that began when Strzok texted Page: “Article is out!” — again, referring to the Comey profile.

    https://www.rollcall.com/news/politics/democrats-call-bologna-gops-latest-strzok-text-theory

    Almost all the leaks coming out lately regarding Trump are from his administration or his lawyers.
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    20 Dec '18 02:31
    @no1marauder said
    About 70,000 texts between Strzok and Page have now been examined. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/more-than-50000-texts-exchanged-between-fbi-officials-strzok-and-page-sessions-says

    That's some inefficient erasing! At best, they've showed that Strzok, like most Americans didn't think much of the Donald, though there are critical texts directed towards Erik Holder, Be ...[text shortened]... vidence that he actually did anything in the investigation that was improperly biased against Trump.
    Then why was Strzok let go from the investigation if it was no big deal?
  3. Seongnam, S. Korea
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    20 Dec '18 02:32
    @no1marauder said
    It's a bunch of BS pedaled by Mark Meadows tearing a text way out of context:

    When Strzok referred to the “media leak strategy” — the text message Meadows highlighted — later that same day, April 10, he was referring to “the strategy, meetings, and discussions” about press leak regulations and the proposed internal changes to them by some officials.

    And when Strzok ...[text shortened]...
    Almost all the leaks coming out lately regarding Trump are from his administration or his lawyers.
    I disagree completely.

    The FBI has been leaking information to the press, and this is exactly why Comey may find himself inside of a jail cell. They were, of course, coordinating with the media to come out with profiles of Comey that looked favorable.

    These guys aren't complete & total idiots, though, so they do not spell it out even in their private messages because some amount of opsec remains at all times. Nonetheless, their private messages are revealing.

    There is collusion between the media and the deep state. There always has been, though, so it's hard to pretend that this is unprecedented or outrageous.

    You base your "Russia collusion" narrative on far flimsier evidence than the right bases its accusations towards the deep state.

    But hey, I do not particularly care to read whatever pre-prepared propaganda piece you have ready to cut/copy/paste for iteration #79 of the "Russia collusion happened (but we can't prove it in a court of law)".

    But do feel free to paste it anyways.
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