TRIGGERED: Total Loser Peter Strzok Is Finally Out At The FBI, Featuring Special Guest Katie Pavlich

Posted: Aug 14, 2018 4:05 PM

It’s episode four of TRIGGERED! And we have a special guest: Katie Pavlich. She joined this crew of deplorables today, discussing the New Mexico judge who allowed potential terror suspects to be released on bond. Authorities raided a compound last week, where around a dozen destitute kids were found, being trained by Siraj Wahhaj to reportedly commit school shootings and other acts of violence. Wahhaj’s father, also named Siraj, was an unindicted co-conspirator of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. 

Chris Cuomo is apparently defending Antifa after the group got into some scuffles…with the press and police over the weekend. They were holding a counter-rally to the Alt-Right trash that showed up in D.C. on Sunday. 

Disgraced FBI Agent Peter Strzok who had an extramarital affair with former bureau lawyer Lisa Page, with whom he shared tens of thousands of texts, some of them very anti-Trump, has been finally been given his termination papers. He was fired over these texts, which has engulfed the Department of Justice in controversy, cast doubt on the Hillary and Russia probes, where he served as a point person and embarrassed the FBI to no end. Strzok was a top counterintelligence agent before being reassigned to human resources over these texts. He’s recently started a Twitter account and has collected $275,000 to help with legal costs on GoFundMe. He lists “husband” in his Twitter bio; the stones on this guy.

Omarosa, who was fired but secretly made tape recordings, including one in the Situation Room, has declared war on the Trump White House. Trump has responded in kind, calling her “wacko” and a dog. This triggered the political correctness police, of course. The Trump 2020 campaign is now suing her for breaching her non-disclosure agreement. 

Also, Katie will be vying for her eighth Final Exam win on Tucker. Storm gave her a quick test to help her prepare, as she looks to topple Fox News colleague Shannon Bream's nine wins. Be sure to tune in! 

See you all on Thursday.