Strzok Attorney Defends Lovebird Strzok-Page “Media Leak Strategy” Discussed in Newly Released Text Messages
Newly released text messages and records obtained by the House Oversight Committee reveal Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were discussing a strategy to leak unverified information to the media in an effort to damage the Trump administration.
The FBI lovebirds were discussing this media leak strategy in April of 2017–just one month after AG Sessions recused himself–a very critical time leading up to the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
On Monday, Freedom Caucus Chairman and member of the House Oversight Committee Mark Meadows (R-NC) sent a letter to the DOJ, addressed to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein saying a “review of the new documents raises grave concerns regarding an apparent systemic culture of media leaking by high-ranking officials at the FBI and DOJ related to ongoing investigations,” reported Sara Carter.
Rep. Mark Meadows believes April 2017 text messages from Peter Strzok to Lisa Page may be connected to a story the Washington Post broke at almost the exact same time (April 11th) about Carter Page FISA warrants.
Peter Strzok lawyer Aitan Goelman said the line in question referred to an effort to stop leaks by the two lovebirds.
These liberal criminals think we all are stupid.
Peter Strzok's attorney, Aitan Goelman, responds, calling the Meadows accusation an "unfounded conspiracy theory:" “The term ‘media leak strategy’ in Mr. Strzok’s text refers to a Department-wide initiative to detect and stop leaks to the media." https://t.co/Wz7ATKTC6k
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) September 11, 2018