On November 8th of this year Lawfare founder Benjamin Wittes sent a rather curious tweet proclaiming his undying devotion to former FBI lawyer Lisa Page. At the time it seemed rather odd and out of no-where; but today it makes sense.
At the time of Witte’s tweet Lisa Page would have been scheduling her coming out narrative, and consulting with the DOJ/FBI “beach friend” community for PR advice. After several weeks of planning and careful roll-out organization, noted by several weeks of contact with mutually aligned journalists, today Ms. Page steps into the spotlight with her introductory article in the Daily Beast, aptly titled: “Lisa Page Speaks“.
Yes, yes, of course Lisa Page says she’s a victim to the horrible President Trump and the exposure of “private affair”, and the exposure of her “political texts and biases” etc. etc. However, that’s not what is really interesting.
Within the article there’s a very specific and very familiar type of victim narrative construct.
When you read the article it jumps out at you. The victim narrative is from the exact same acting coaches hired by the FBI and used by Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford; it’s a little spooky how both Ms. Ford and Ms. Page could sound so identical, until you realize the same FBI and media people have constructed both victim storyboards.
Lisa Page, the former FBI lawyer whose text-message exchanges with agent Peter Strzok that belittled Donald Trump and expressed fear at his possible victory became international news, breaks two years of silence in this exclusive interview https://t.co/Po6g9Rdyz4— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) December 2, 2019
Lisa Page Is Not A Victim: Her Actions Damaged The FBI And Our Nation https://t.co/ULIoFjNNoO— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) December 2, 2019
Weissmann, who took action to manipulate the courts and justice system based solely on his political views, speaks out in defense of Lisa Page, who did exactly the same at the FBI. Go figure... https://t.co/eG5rWiRl1T— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) December 2, 2019
Need a laugh?— Citizen Free Press (@TheDailyBail) November 30, 2019
Strzok was compromised by his own wife who, after confronting "hat-trick" Lisa Page, turned over incriminating tryst evidence to the FBI.pic.twitter.com/NuMPuTL74I
Lisa Page follows 15 people, and they are EXACTLY who you would expect. 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/k8r6q1fmXi— Jordan Schachtel (@JordanSchachtel) December 2, 2019
And lest we forget:
The new revelations take this unfolding saga to an entirely new level of BIZARRE— Ruthann (@TeaBoots) October 28, 2019
Shocking FBI Love Triangle
FBI Director McCabe had affair with top FBI Lawyer Lisa Page, Who also had affair with FBI boss Strzok https://t.co/RfkBO8h0YI