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Peter Strzok Isn't Taking the Durham Report Findings Very Well

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Disgraced FBI Agent Peter Strzok isn’t taking the latest Russian collusion update well. Maybe that’s because the report submitted by Special Counsel John Durham, which totaled over 300 pages, eviscerated the FBI and finally concluded that the whole investigation was a hoax. Not a shred of tangible evidence could suggest that Donald Trump was colluding with Moscow, and there was certainly not enough to greenlight a full-blown counterintelligence probe into the matter. The report confirmed what we already knew but took a katana to the credibility and professionalism the bureau prided itself on for decades. The FBI is the Democratic Party’s errand boy, and the report, like other IG reports on the Department of Justice, points to political bias as the primary motivator with all these witch-hunt inquiries into the former president.

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Strzok responded to the Durham findings predictably:

He had to double down. Strzok wrote a book about how he was right about Trump and Russian collusion. He would have to return his advance if he admitted that his unprofessional demeanor and bias blinded him into signing off on a spy operation against the Trump campaign. Through the Durham investigation, we also know that the FBI had evidence that the Steele Dossier, which provided the cause for the counterintelligence probe, might have been riddled with Russian disinformation. It was a paid opposition research project paid for by the Clinton campaign. It was unverifiable and is now regarded as a fancy work of fiction. The bureau suffocated that exculpatory evidence to keep their illegal spy warrants on Trump and his people intact. 

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Strzok was a top counterintelligence agent whose extramarital tryst with FBI lawyer Lisa Page highlighted how standards had fallen. Not over their dalliance but the tens of thousands of anti-Trump text messages, including one that had Strzok assuring Page that they would stop Trump. He was fired shortly after his testimony before Congress on the matter. Strzok was in the human resources department, demoted after his extramarital affair was revealed to then-Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who took over the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation. 

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