Among other things, this may be the reason the Department Of Justice is delaying the release of documents to Congress. In a letter sent to DOJ #2 Rod Rosenstein, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) reveals new message exchanges which took place in April 2017 between the former FBI lovers Peter Strzok and attorney Lisa Page, in which the two discuss their strategy to damage Donald Trump by leaking anti-Trump stories to the mainstream media.
Rep Meadows wrote
“Our review of these news documents raises grave concerns regarding an apparent systemic culture of media leaking by high-ranking officials at FBI and DOJ related to ongoing investigation.
Review of these new documents suggest a coordinated effort on the part of the FBI and DOJ to release information in the public domain potentially harmful to President Donald Trump’s administration. For example, the following text exchange should lead a person to question whether there was a sincere desire to investigate wrongdoing or place derogatory information in the media to justify a continued probe.
April 10, 2017: (former FBI Special Agent) Peter Strzok contacts (former FBI Attorney) Lisa Page to discuss a “media leak strategy.” Specifically, the text says: “I had literally just gone to find this phone to tell you I want to talk to you about media leak strategy with DOJ before you go.”
April 12, 2017: Peter Strzok congratulates Lisa Page on a job well done while referring to two derogatory articles about Carter Page. In the text, Strzok warns Page two articles are coming out, one which is “worse” than the other about Lisa’s “namesake”.” Strzok added: “Well done, Page.”
Pages “namesake” Carter Page, the former Trump adviser whom the FBI surveilled for months after obtaining a warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court.
Meadows reminds Rosenstein that in between the time the two text messages in were sent the Washington Post “broke a story that the FBI had gotten a FISA warrant against Carter Page. Coincidence? I doubt it.
“Evidence suggests senior officials at the FBI and DOJ communicated with other news outlets beyond the Washington Post, as well,” Meadows said in his letter to Rosenstein.
The FBI Leak strategy still seems to be going on.
Strzok was in charge of both the Hillary Clinton email investigation and the investigation into possible trump collusion with the Russians of which there still hasn’t been any evidence found.
Below is the Mark Meadows letter to Rod Rosenstein.