The “resistance” as we know it is growing larger and more powerful by the minute, with the mainstream media stoking the fires of anti-American fervor on the daily.
The idea that a fairly elected President should be so roundly opposed, for no reason other than the fact that he was not the choice of the liberal left, is absurd and dangerous, and has prompted a level of political violence in America that is unmatched in my lifetime. The news as of late has outlined a concerted effort on the part of American public servants to join the “resistance” parade as well, with a possible mole leaking their own treasonous activity in the White House in the form of a New York Times op-ed.
Now, Representative Mark Meadows would like another look at a possible “resistance” faction that may have been operating within the FBI.
Newly released text messages and documents obtained by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee reveal that senior members of the FBI and Department of Justice led a coordinated effort to leak unverified information to the press regarding alleged collusion with Russia to damage President Donald Trump’s administration, according to a letter sent by the committee to the DOJ Monday.
Rep. Mark Meadows, R-NC, sent the letter 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.”
The review of the documents suggests that the FBI and DOJ coordinated efforts to get information to the press that would potentially be “harmful to President Trump’s administration.” Those leaks pertained to information regarding the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court warrant used to spy on short-term campaign volunteer Carter Page.
The letter lists several examples:
- 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.”
Should Meadows obtain the emails and texts that he is requesting, there is little doubt that they could reveal incredibly damaging information on the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a whole, and the #RussiaGate investigation being conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller quite specifically.