20 Dec '18 02:22>
@philokalia saidIt's a bunch of BS pedaled by Mark Meadows tearing a text way out of context:
You remember the time, though, that they discussed a "media leak strategy..."?
A strategy that has been being systematically fulfilled over the last months.
That's a rather juicy tidbit from the deep state, no?
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.
Almost all the leaks coming out lately regarding Trump are from his administration or his lawyers.