FBI Agent Peter Strzok Escorted Out of Office Last Friday – Kept Hidden Until Today…

According to multiple confirmed reports last Friday FBI Agent Peter Strzok was escorted out of the building.  His employment status is unknown/pending.

According to the DOJ Office of the Inspector General a referral for conduct review was sent to the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility for several people outlined within the IG report.   Presumably Peter Strzok was part of that OPR review process.

Coincidentally, or not considering the delay in reporting of the escorted removal, today Mr. Strzok’s attorney had an Op-Ed in The USA Today defending his client.   It would appear the article –published today– was written after Mr. Strzok was escorted out of the FBI.  Apparently, with the Op-ed published, a green-light was given to release the information surrounding Strzok’s hidden status.

A letter from Peter Strzok’s attorney accompanies the latest news:

My guess/supposition would be that Strzok was a cooperating element during the IG investigation as it pertains to the Clinton-email probe (w/ perhaps immunity therein); however, Strzok was not a cooperating element in the current IG investigation of the Trump-Russia probe and FISA abuse.

In reality it could be likely that Peter Strzok is a target as an investigative outcome of the ongoing IG probe and the OPR referral.

The last few paragraphs of the USA Op-Ed defending Strzok are, well, pure spin:

[…] With all of the texts released and the independent investigation completed, it’s clear that Pete is far from the monster that political operatives have self-servingly tried to create. But if what Pete has done in 20 years of law enforcement is not enough to convince you, consider what he hasn’t done.

In October 2016 Pete was one of a handful of people at the FBI who knew the full scope and gravity of the Russia investigation. Significantly harming — even stopping — the Trump presidency could have been accomplished by leaking that information to the news media. Instead, Pete and others at the FBI went out of their way to prevent leaks and, in the weeks before the election, actively ensured that news reports didn’t overplay the seriousness of the investigation.  (link)

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763 Responses to FBI Agent Peter Strzok Escorted Out of Office Last Friday – Kept Hidden Until Today…

  1. bsdetector4u says:

    Poor pitiful Pete.

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    • Newt Love says:

      > “Poor pitiful Pete.”

      The Sarcasm is Strong in this one.

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    • talker2u says:

      He shall henceforth be called Petey.

      Petey Strzok

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      • iswhatitis says:

        Considering he’s a swamp-denizen, I may refer to him as “Peat” (Peat Strzok).

        peat: Partly decomposed vegetable matter, usually mosses, found in bogs…

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      • Mike says:

        “In October 2016 Pete was one of a handful of people at the FBI who knew the full scope and gravity of the Russia investigation. Significantly harming — even stopping — the Trump presidency could have been accomplished by leaking that information to the news media.”

        You don’t use your insurance policy until it is needed. In fact, the existence of the Trump campaign investigation was leaked to the NYT on October 31, 2016.

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        • Charlotte says:

          Was the “insurance policy” Strzok spoke about, a JFK solution?
          True Pundit says pro Trump FBI agents heard anti Trump FBI insiders threatening to harm Pres Trump and his family. From the way both Gowdy and Jordan were questioning Horowitz, it all but -to me -seemed to suggest this “insurance policy” -because of some withheld texts–was an extreme solution.

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          • Charlotte says:

            FBI Official: FBI Agents Threatened Physical Harm to President Trump In Missing FBI Texts & Other “Frightening” Communications

            https://truepundit.com/fbi-official-fbi-agents-threatened-physical-harm-president-trump-missing-fbi-texts-frightening-communications/

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            • Charlotte says:

              “This is much larger than just texts between two FBI agents.”

              A high-ranking FBI official confirms a number of the missing 50,000 FBI text messages — as well as other text and email messages among FBI brass — reportedly discussed initiating physical harm to President Donald Trump.

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              • Charlotte says:

                “This is dangerous territory and all FBI text messages and personal phones should be examined,” the official said. “It would reveal some frightening conversations.”

                Did FBI brass discuss the assassination of President Donald Trump? If not, what was the nature of the threats against the president from inside the alleged premiere law enforcement agency in the United States?

                “(Director) Wray wants a lid on this,” the FBI official said. “Many know there was talk of harming Trump politically but there is a group here (in D.C. HQ) that understands it goes deeper. We need a special counsel or Homeland Security. Somebody has to clean this up outside of DOJ. It is unacceptable.

                “This is much larger than just texts between two FBI agents.”

                The FBI official called on President Trump to do what is necessary to weed out corruption in the FBI.

                “Text messages just don’t disappear,” the FBI official said. “Not here. Someone outside DOJ has to look at all emails and texts. These (FBI bosses) are bad people. You’ve only scratched the surface.”

                The high-ranking FBI official called on lawmakers and the Inspector General to focus on the text and email messages of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. The official referred to McCabe’s official and personal correspondences “an anti-Trump treasure trove.”

                As reported in March 2017 by True Pundit, McCabe openly threatened President Trump and then-National Security Adviser Gen. Mike Flynn, saying first we “Fuck Flynn and then we Fuck Trump” to several high-ranking FBI bosses who cheered his comment. “

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              • cali says:

                @Charlotte: ^^^^^This!

                Not only did they discussed assassination of the president via US assets but also their partners abroad. They also discussed to bring harm to DT’s family and grandchildren.

                As president Trump was on AF1 returning from Singapore a missile targeted AF1. According the our military command the missile was shut down.

                They still trying to repeat a JFK to this day!

                @Sundance: You are right he assisted with the investigation in lieu of a lighter sentence but NO DEAL. He now wears a ankle bracelet and tracked.
                His attorney is lying his arse off because there is nothing in Strzok history that has any honor. He is this innocent lamb.

                Well now he can ‘smell’ the presidents voters anywhere he goes because he no longer has this schmuck ability to judge us so harshly. At some time in the future they can no longer freely walk the streets when their massive conspiracy against the people and president makes into the public domain.

                Weiner’s laptop which Strzok took possession of included a large volume of ‘Crimes against Children” – why no concern?

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          • Mickturn says:

            I have NO DOUBT rogue FBI thugs would have done ANYTHING to prevent Trump from being President! I’ll bet, like others here have said, that is what is terrifying the FBI and DOJ that America will find out exactly how far they were willing to go and there will not just be sheet in the fan, there will be Perp body parts! This explains all the redactions and other rather meaningless drivel we’ve been getting and why the DOJ, Rosy and the FBI Wray are scared to death this will come out!

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          • Laurie says:

            I think they meant the dossier…

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Idea for Karl Kastner to do a song:

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    • flyboy46 says:

      IF he has flipped and will testify honestly like his lawyer claims, he IS IN GRAVE danger of the “Clinton Mafia”, and should be in the witness protection program. Hildabeast can’t have any truth tellers running around out there, as she has shown many times including Vince Foster, her own lawyer.

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  2. CPdesert says:

    Maybe he can be promoted to the new FBI division created in his honor….the Counter UnIntelligence Division. Don’t get even….get Strzokt.

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  3. Wayne says:

    where is the rope? the guillotine? the chair? the chamber? a plastic bag? a banana peel?

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  4. Curt says:

    Strzok is a disgrace to everything this country stands for. He’s a leftist or Communist, whatever suits your fancy. He and his conspirators were more danger to the election process than any Russian could ever be. Here’ s quote that says it all….
    In 1967 Polish mercenary Rafal Ganowicz was asked what it felt like to take a human life. He replied, ” I wouldn’t know, I’ve only ever killed Communists”……..

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    • Donzo says:

      Pete and Lisa take the male out of toxic masculinity. They and the rest of the cabal right up to Zero and Hildabeast are just plain toxic. Their world is looking more and more poison and barren. That’s because they live in it.

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  5. Joshua2415. says:

    But it would appear that Bill Priestap is still with the FBI, and still has his old job. It’s looking more and more likely that he is the key witness / informant for the FISA abuse investigation.

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    • Chilidog says:

      It’s looking more likely that Priestap didn’t slip up like the others. No one is cooperating to take anyone down other than Trump. They have a higher loyalty to the institution.

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    • Golfbro11 says:

      Unless Priestap is a true I love my FBI kind of guy. And he is pissed that Obama and the Resistance have destroyed the FBI reputation. Just maybe he did flip.

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      • Chilidog says:

        I think it’s a long shot that he would send his friends and colleagues to jail. Unless there was overwhelming evidence of something far greater than bias. Or he is saving himself. We have no indication that this is the case. It appears that for now he’s keeping his head down, doing his job, and waiting for it all to blow over.

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        • Jan says:

          2 things about Priestap: (1) There has been some rumor that Strzok was going around Priestap and going directly to McCabe–whether it was on the Hillary email server and/or Russia-Trump. (2) Comey basically threw Priestap under the bus when he testified under oath to Congress that Priestap had recommended he not advise the gang of 8 about the Trump-Russia investigation because the matter was “sensitive.” Either one of those 2 scenarios was probably enough to give Priestap “pause” about his future in the FBI & probably enough to get his cooperation.

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          • Chilidog says:

            1. I think Strzok probably did him a favor by going around him for his shady dealings. Gave Priestap plausible deniability. He’s cleaner because of it. 2. I haven’t heard that Comey lied about Priestap’s recommendation. Hard to imagine he would turn against his friends and colleagues over that, especially if it’s the truth. And we know that there are no consequences to withholding information from congress.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Priestap married into money. He’d like to spend some of that so fellow FBI members will get what they deserve.

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        • Kaiser Derden says:

          I doubt he considers these scum “friends or colleagues ” anymore … just more criminals …

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        • JTwig says:

          I don’t know. The way some of the texts implied and flat-out stated they were attempting to work around him, I wouldn’t be surprised if he held a grudge or two.

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          • Chilidog says:

            Well, he’s the last man standing, and so far, all evidence that we’ve seen indicates that they buried themselves. I guess he gets the last laugh.

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        • Mickturn says:

          Guess what, Covering your own Arse is vastly more favorable than watching out for co-workers. The FBI was/is a totally toxic environment and if you live in that environment you learn to ‘survive’ by playing the game, up to a point. Whether you join the toxic is a choice.
          We, at this point, don’t know who was all in and who just acted like it…to survive.

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          • Chilidog says:

            I’m not sure he needs to cover his arse. It’s been a year and a half and we haven’t seen anything that suggests he was personally involved in misconduct. We also haven’t seen anything to suggest that he did anything to stop it.

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  6. CNN_sucks says:

    Awesome news.

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  7. Navy says:

    Did he get a conjugal visit with Lisa “Jane Gum” Page?

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  8. Michael says:

    “All of this seriously calls into question the impartiality of the disciplinary process, which now appears tainted by political influence.”
    I wonder if the irony is lost on ole Petey?
    The smell he alluded to in the text messages to his booty call, isn’t Trump supporters. No. That smell is coming from his britches, and I truly hope the very thought of his ‘disciplinary process’ being biased makes him toss & turn at night. I could give two craps about how long he has served as an agent or how much he has cooperated with the IG after the fact. This man deserves his comeuppance, & probably a good ass-kicking to go with.

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  9. Kent says:

    Ecclesiastes 12:14 ESV
    For God will bring every deed into judgment, with every secret thing, whether good or evil.

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  10. I’m going to “Float” this Idea out here…
    Peter Strzok, “escorted” from the building, (Office)..
    As We have noted here in the past 2 Days, of “Suicides” of Agents ready to testify …

    I’m floating this Out there..

    **Witness Protection Program**????
    Keeping Him (body & blood), warm..??
    As He has flipped?
    Or has “massive” amounts of information concerning the IG Report & hearings?
    (It does make sense). 😉

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  11. ATheoK says:

    “Aitan Goelman”

    ; is that pronounced ‘Jailman’?

    “My guess/supposition would be that Strzok was a cooperating element during the IG investigation as it pertains to the Clinton-email probe (w/ perhaps immunity therein);”

    Horowitz and the IG report revealed quite a few Strzok mistakes, mishandlings, incompetences, and abuses; including:
    * Strzok discovered a mysterious method to “de-duplicate” hundreds of thousands of emails, notes, texts and messages into evanescent ether. Minimizing the amount of investigation required, not that Strzok and team actually investigated over the few days before they pronounced the documents free from criminal intent.

    * Strzok failed to follow law office procedures that every law officer across our country follow religiously.
    * Strzok freely gave immunity with obtaining benefit from those immunized.
    * Strzok never identified HRC or her team members as suspects, allowing Strzok and his pals to ignore standard police procedures regarding interrogations, evidence and investigations.
    * Strzok’s HRC interview was seriously bungled and without any real interrogation of HRC or her employees.
    * Strzok destroyed physical evidence at the request of those involved in HRC’s document mishandlings.
    * Strzok was actively complicit in any/all efforts to subvert, contaminate, conflict Trump’s campaign and Administration.

    Etc. etc. etc.

    For a number of months, it seemed plausible that Strzok was held for ‘cooperation’ with investigators and prosecutors.
    Instead we learn that Strzok has a very long list of:
    • lies,
    • misrepresentations,
    • collusion,
    • incompetence whether wilful or negligent,
    • wilful attempts to collusively destroy people’s lives/careers, (It’s called racketeering),
    • Abetting and aiding evident criminal malfeasance (HRC, McCabe, Comey), etc. etc…

    What prosecutor or jury would believe anything Strzok says?
    Strzok better be able to provide hard physical records, tapes, videos, emails, texts whatever proving everyone involved in his capers.

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    • Apollo says:

      I don’t think he’s cooperating at all. That was a pipe dream. They’ve closed ranks, whitewashed it all, and no one is gonna get punished except for a few low-level perjury pleas for probation (McCabe?) and even that is very iffy…

      TEN-DEE CHESS! The silent executioner. Etc.

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  12. More.Confused.Than.Before says:

    WOW! Left in the middle of the hearing to go do some errands. I just came back home and now reading this bombshell. WOW! WOW!

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  13. More.Confused.Than.Before says:

    Is this why there was reports days ago saying Peter was willing to testify without pleading the 5th? Does that mean he was willing to give up the bigger fish? WOW! This just keeps getting wild!

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    • rrick says:

      There is an animal instinct which comes out when one is caught red handed in their nefarious deeds. They scan for a way out, finding none, lash out, they threaten.

      When that doesn’t work they they plead, they negotiate, they strive to bargain their freedom in exchange for valuable information they have. When it is revealed to them that their information is already known, therefore not so valuable for bargaining, they pretend to quietly accept their fate. However, if they are able they will seek to ally themselves with sympathetic persons, to create a parallel narrative. However, if hard pressed they will admit their gig is up. I would put Peat on suicide watch.

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      • rrick says:

        I would be looking for any recent financial transactions including transfer of funds between accounts, new signees or beneficiaries, or new policies and new limits of policies, etc.

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      • Mickturn says:

        In other words (my layman’s explanation) when caught doing bad stuff, strap on your ‘Banty Rooster Costume’ and run around acting tough…if that doesn’t work, strip naked (don’t look) and act crazy…

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  14. I don’t know about anyone else but I’m starting to get IG Report Fatigue.

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    • I am there. I want indictments. I am grateful for the massive amount of research but I really can’t take any more injustice. If we learn any more details (as impressive as they are) it only makes the LACK of indictments more painful. Pray for Indictments. Soon.

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    • rrick says:

      With respect, could it be that you’ve waited this long and now that it is coming out that you find it is too much, too fast?

      Perhaps instead of trying to keep abreast of every jot and tittle, you only read the comments on this forum which can be used as sort of a summary. This until you are back on your feet. It is okay to take a breather. There are others who will stand their watch.

      BTW: Hasn’t it only just begun? That there are other IG reports yet to be released, it will be a busy summer into fall. We must pace ourselves according to our individual constitution.

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  15. eric says:

    GET.
    HIM.
    THE.
    HELL.
    OUT.

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  16. Eliza says:

    Hey Peter Strzok what you have to say is pure unmitigated BULLSHIT!! If there was any evidence of Russian collusion then why hasn’t Mueller indicted people involved with the Trump campaign on same? America is going to enjoy watching your just prosecution & punishment!

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  17. Chris Four says:

    Did they have a ceremony when they escorted him out of the building?

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  18. Lactantius says:

    Please do not mistake my meaning.

    Sundance has been at the helm doing yeoman’s duty. [Performing / rendering loyal, valiant, useful, intelligent, eye-opening labor.] But soon enough, others will take his work and run with it with no respect given to the great research and detective work which went into the foundational work.

    Now, the cat (as in cat of nine tails) is out of the bag and the momentum in the Hillary e-mails, the Trump witch hunt and the anti-Trump cabal at the DOJ and FBI has been picked up by the pro-Trump media in a manner which will soon make it the elephant in every room.

    Those who struggle in the deep background world understand that at some point the fluffy stars of the glory world will take control of all the hard labor and leave the agents in the field in the dust. That is actually a good turn of events. When you have done your job exceptionally well, nothing can be better in terms of principle than to have your research underlie a great national debate.

    At first blush, it is hard to see your diligent labor seemingly misappropriated, but in the the final analysis, it was never possible that the researcher is also the preferred messenger and public voice. Much like a strong book “adapted” for an under two hour movie, details and some important themes will be truncated. But the access to the much, much wider audience more than justifies the adaptation.

    Soon enough, all of the details and flow charts will become nothing more than a food fight over how political bias corrupted those sworn to uphold the rule of law into conniving partisans and playground bullies.

    “Everything that begins in mystery, ends in politics.” — Charles Péguy. Happily, the velvet revolution at the DOJ and the FBI is now in the firehose range of politics. We have reached the point at which the DOJ/FBI bias morphs into the great national food fight. Facts will now have a face-off with demagoguery.

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    • Payday says:

      Even if true…so what? He won’t lose any readers. More will just become aware. And I’m sure there’s plenty for SD to yet research

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    • nbkilgore says:

      I for one am very proud of Sundance’s simplified investigative reporting and I’ve seen his work quoted or reprinted in other conservative blogs and news sites. There is no doubt in my mind his hard work will go down in a positive light in the history of journalism when journalism was in its darkest moments! God bless him and his readers who continue to hold their grip to the rough wild ride on the MAGA Trump Train! A picture of Calvin and Hobbs on a long, wild and crazy roller coaster rides come to mind, cheers!

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    • steph_gray says:

      I have often seen sundance quote: “It’s amazing what you can accomplish if you don’t care who gets the credit.”

      But I’ll give it to him! A toast to this incredible blog!!!

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      • zorrorides says:

        D’ya know what ?? Hey I heard that Sundance isn’t even his real name !!

        Now there’s a trustworthy reporter who’s in it just for his ideals of right and wrong.

        Aaannd, he gets to live life a bit more peaceably too …

        Stay safe, Sundance. You are on my prayer list.

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    • Mickturn says:

      I would say, if I were Sundance, ….The Means to the Desired End is why I did all this work. Now it’s up to higher powers to ‘Execute’, if you get my not so subtle suggestion!

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  19. Mr. T. says:

    Peter Has Left The Building. lol

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  20. Who else sprayed coffee on their computers when the spin coming from the Dems today was that the FBI and DOJ actually HELPED (!) Candidate Trump win????

    Wow, that takes some massive chutzpah to say that without laughing. They must think the American people are downright idiots!!!

    Saying that, “Well, if they WERE trying to help HRC win, they sure didn’t succeed!!”

    Or “Well, they could have leaked out that there was an investigation on Trump, but they didn’t. How generous they were to Trump.”

    They didn’t leak it because they didn’t have it fully formed as a real investigation. It was all thrown together as an excuse for the spying!! There never was an “investigation” only a trap.

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    • Donzo says:

      I had a good laugh/cry over that, too. You attempt to criminally undermine an election through an elaborate partisan scheme to exonerate one candidate/criminal and when you publicly announce the exoneration the media and the Dems view it as purposeful bad publicity. You really have to wonder just how anyone buys that nonsense.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Mike, upthread, notes that the NYT leaked it Oct 31, 2016. That was likely when they realized they had to use the “insurance policy.”
      “You don’t use your insurance policy until it is needed. In fact, the existence of the Trump campaign investigation was leaked to the NYT on October 31, 2016.”

      So, making the “investigation” of Russia/Trump public would have been just as much of a problem for his candidacy as supposedly the “reopening” of her email investigation was to Clinton’s.

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      • Mickturn says:

        The ‘Leak’ (a pre-planned October surprise hit on Trump) was specifically to turn the election against him. The NYSlimes should also be held culpable for it’s blatant attempt to sway the election. This is NOT freedom of the press, it is Tyranny of the highest order!

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      • Dr.Jay says:

        They had leaked stuff before on the Russia investigation (like against or about Carter Page). But around that date they started reporting that source in US intelligence or sources in the FBI confirmed that there was an active investigation. And there where they said ‘FBI’ it was clear that the source was unlikely to be Brennan (who was informing people like Reid, a.o.)/

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    • Hangtown Bob says:

      “They must think the American people are downright idiots!!!”

      Well…… That’s not a particularly unreasonable “think”.

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  21. Mist'ears Mom says:

    I love that the traitors attorney sayz he didn’t focus on the laptop bc the Russia investigation was more important-yea right. That’s a load of crapola.
    The whole Russia collusion/hacking the election scheme was cooked up by Killiary I believe years in advance to pull out of her bag of tricks when it came time to go after anyone who could stand in the way of her becoming President.
    I remember reading the book “Shattered” about her failed campaign- I seem to recall there was mention of her using Russia early on or something I can’t remember exactly but it seemed odd to me at the time when I read it.
    This is all her and her merry band of sycophants-Strozk & Page et. al. are all in with her highness of corruption.
    They all need to go to jail for sedition & treason.

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    • Leane Kamari says:

      Your commet just reminded me about the election in Germany last year were Mrs. Godmother Merkel came up with the plot that the AfD (Alternative for Germany) party, as they where gaining electorate, where supposedly supported by Putin as well. I can tell you that didn’t fly as it was absolutly laughable.

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      she got it from the kevin costner-gene hackman movie no way out. a fine taut thriller with a classic twist on twist ending..

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    • ladypenquin says:

      It’s stems from Obama and his handlers. They’re the ones who, if they didn’t initiate, enabled it by giving the go ahead. I suspect they’ve colluded all along. Obama’s election was likely a result of fraudulent schemes – no way the FBI didn’t know his history – so this is being put into place by much stronger entities. The weaponization of our agencies has been a long time in the making, and no small thing.

      It’s part of the Left’s plan for making sure they’re the only people ever to hold power again in this country. They almost succeeded – until Donald Trump came along.

      The other big danger the country still faces is the malignant media. They’ve been the means to sow disinformation/lies to the people. They’ve also the reason why so many people are acting out in unhinged behavior. During Obama’s terms, this was encouraged and now it’s deeply embedded. Going to take law and order to turn it around.

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  22. pgroup says:

    Maybe I just missed this part but I have yet to see any evidence of any immunity grants. There’s lots of talk about so-and-so being granted immunity but it all seems to be hearsay or double hearsay. I’m going to do some searching to see if I’m right – that these rumors are put out there for the same reason the YSM exists. That would be to confuse and demoralize.

    Even if someone appears to have been granted immunity, the first question that needs to be asked is whether the official granting immunity actually has the authority to grant immunity. My first assumption would be that such grants would have to be from DoJ and signed off by senior executives of DoJ. I doubt that FBI can do it.

    Assuming PS did flip on the HRC email investigation, it is impossible for me to believe he really thinks that is sufficient to offset his guilt of creating a fake FISC search warrant application. It’s like he copped to shoplifting and expects that to get him safety from the bank robbery he did.

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    • Leane Kamari says:

      Strzok didn’t flip in the Clinton nor the Russia investigation. You can take from the report that he just gave AMPLE explanations i.e. excuses.

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  23. Payday says:

    Wow! The propaganda media is just going insane trying to cover up this story! Even FOX is doing its part. So corrupt.

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  24. noswamp says:

    I don’t think anyone on here understands. And if I have something wrong please tell me because I might have missed something:
    Horowitz is in Hillary’s camp. No bias remember? Now all Peter Strzok has to do is follow the yellow brick road set up for him by the Wizard of Oz, Horowitz. No referrals no crime, no nothing. No bias. Just an investigation here and there that will go no where most likely. Peter Strzok, is ready to testify folks, under oath, he is now home free and has unfastened his seat belt, because he is “free to move about the cabin”. The investigation on him is based on “we’ll stop it” and nothing else. That is the only thing that has changed between a few months ago and today. He still remains an FBI employee as far as I can tell.

    On another note personally, I am hoping they impeach Rosenstein so Trump can immediately fire him and begin to put some people both at the DOJ and FBI that respect the rule of law

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    • dawg says:

      Horowitz made a point to specify, on multiple occasions over the last two days, that their conclusion was that it was the only the prosecutors who made THEIR decision without bias. The investigators were biased, he agreed. But they were tasked with looking at the decision of the prosecutors. He left the door WIDE open for the fact that the prosecutors decision was based on an incomplete, and biased investigation. And, therefore, grounds to reopen the entire case.

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    • JTwig says:

      As much as it pains me to say, but I fear you are correct. Though a part of me still hopes to be surprised.

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    • steph_gray says:

      For your answer, I recommend reading the background sundance has painstakingly provided on this blog for at least the last six months. And yes you have something, IMHO, very wrong.

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  25. The election (ELECTION) is some time away. TIMING is one of PDJT’s gifts……….

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  26. Kris says:

    Strzok’d Peter.

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  27. lisaginnz says:

    Go directly to Jail.
    Do not pass Go.
    Your ‘get out of Jail free card’ is invalid.
    …have a nice day…

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  28. JackB says:

    If the Russian collusion investigation had a legitimate basis Strok would have leaked to hurt Trump but because it was all a deep state conspiracy Strock naturally stayed quiet

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  29. What I find recurringly amusing is that certain talking heads often mix up the names . . . “Pete Page” and “Lisa Strzok” . . . I suspect that it’s not purposeful, but it does happen every so often.

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  30. YvonneMarie says:

    According to evil, narissist Peter Strzok it is right to target innocent candidate Donald J Trump but not right to target ambitious sneaky FBI agent Pete Strzok.
    REALLY !!!???

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  31. Robert W says:

    We are way too polite with these people. They need to fry.

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  32. Risin'Tide says:

    I note the term “political operatives” is thrown out. Just another swamper projecting who they are. It is the definition of who Strozk is as well as many others in that sphere.

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  33. Mike diamond says:

    Strzok, a traitor of our time ! And a shame to the good and faith full FB I agents working hard every day!

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  34. Dr.Jay says:

    When we transfer people from a normal division to HR that usually means he or she goes into the ‘overcomplete’ employee pool. They do not really start working for HR, it just so happens that’s where we put the extra’s that we have no use for but who are not yet fired or retired. Merely a parking position with no responsibilities and no access.
    So I don’t worry to much about him still being there, as I can only imagine that he has been suspended.

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  35. dawndoe says:

    Did someone else other than Strzok leak to CNN and Strzok is confirming that the CNN report is true? Because it looks like Devlin only got the word from Strzok after CNN reported. Or am I misunderstanding what is goin on?

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