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5 Of The Most Controversial Moments From Peter Strzok’s Chaotic Testimony To Congress

Posted on Saturday, 14th July 2018 @ 02:23 AM by Text Size A | A | A

#5 Bob Goodlatte asks Strzok how he can “smell” Trump supporters at a Wal-Mart in southern Virginia…

#4 John Ratcliffe confronts Strzok about using “official FBI phones” on “official FBI time” to talk to Lisa Page about “stopping Trump” and “impeaching Trump”. The following comes from CNN

“When you said you never crossed that bright, inviolable line, what you meant to say was except for 50,000 times, except for hundreds of times a day where I went back and forth, expressing my personal opinions about ‘f’ing’ Trump and stopping Trump and impeaching Trump on official FBI phones, on official FBI time,” said Rep. John Ratcliffe of Texas.

“Agent Strzok, are you starting to understand why some folks out there don’t believe a word you say?” he added.

#3 Darrell Issa forces Strzok to read back some of the anti-Trump text messages that he sent to Lisa Page…

#2 Trey Gowdy uses his extensive legal skills to absolutely grill Strzok about his contradictory statements…

#1 Congressman Gohmert went where nobody else was willing to go when he asked Strzok “how many times did you look so innocent into your wife’s eye and lie to her about Lisa Page?” The following comes from CNN

“I’ve talked to FBI agents around the country. You’ve embarrassed them; you’ve embarrassed yourself,” Gohmert said. “And I can’t help but wonder, when I see you looking there with a little smirk, how many times did you look so innocent into your wife’s eye and lie to her about Lisa Page?”

You can see video of this exchange between Strzok and Congressman Gohmert right here

 

If it was virtually anyone else, I would feel very badly for them.

But if this is the worst that Strzok gets, then he will be getting off very easy.

Strzok definitely qualifies as a member of “the deep state”, and it is very rare for anyone in “the deep state” to be held accountable on this level.

We are in a struggle for the soul of our government, and if we ever hope to turn things around we have got to clean out swamp creatures such as Peter Strzok. I believe that Thursday’s hearing was certainly a step in the right direction, and hopefully Congress will do much more to restore our faith in the integrity of our law enforcement agencies.

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