Streaking and leaking

In the 1970s streaking was a popular pastime.

Out of nowhere people would be running around naked in places where nakedness was frowned upon.

For example, at a baseball game, a fan would run out on the field naked, and would have to be caught by police and taken off the field.

They would do it so they could be on TV, and once they caught on to this, there was a rule that the camera would never go on the streaker.

The streaking stopped.

So maybe when a clearly Russian-contracted leak appears against the Democratic Party, and never against the Republicans, maybe the press could do what they did with streakers. Don’t give them any attention.

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