Fired FBI Agent Peter Strzok is Already Raking in Major Cash For His Corruption

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Posted: Aug 14, 2018 11:40 AM
Fired FBI Agent Peter Strzok is Already Raking in Major Cash For His Corruption

Disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok was finally fired Monday morning after a Department of Justice Inspector General report revealed wide spread bias during his time working on the Clinton email investigation and Robert Mueller's Special Counsel. 

“Mr. Strzok was subject to the standard FBI review and disciplinary process after conduct highlighted in the IG report was referred to the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR). OPR reviewed the investigative materials, as well as the written and oral responses of Mr. Strzok and his counsel, and issued OPR's decision," the FBI released in a statement. "The Deputy Director, as the senior career FBI official, has the delegated authority to review and modify any disciplinary findings and/or penalty as deemed necessary in the best interest of the FBI.”

Right on cue, Strzok pulled out his victim card and created a GoFundMe account. 

That account has raked in more than $250,000 in less than 24-hours. 

Strzok isn't the first fired bureaucrat to capitalize on their much deserved termination. When Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe was fired earlier this year, he too started a fund and raked in more than $500,000 dollars. McCabe was fired for being serial liar during his time at the Bureau, which included making false statements under oath to federal investigators. 

"The OIG found that then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe lacked candor, including under oath on multiple occasions in connection with describing his role in connection with a disclosure to the WSJ, and that this conduct violated FBI Offense Codes 2.5 and 2.6. The OIG also concluded that McCabe’s disclosure of the existence of an ongoing investigation in the manner described in this report violated the FBI’s and the Department’s media policy and constituted misconduct," a DOJ inspector general report states.

Amazing how bureaucrats, even the rare ones who end up getting fired, always seem to fall up.