House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte Files Subpoena To Compel Strzok Public Testimony July 10th…

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte has filed a subpoena to compel open hearing testimony from FBI Agent Peter Strzok, July 10th, 2018 at 10:00am.

Chairman Goodlatte tweets notification (link); Committee Announces/Schedules (link)

Washington, D.C. – On Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., the House Committees on the Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform will hold a joint hearing on “Oversight of FBI and DOJ Actions Surrounding the 2016 Election: Testimony by FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok.” The House Judiciary Committee today issued a subpoena to Peter Strzok – a former senior official in the FBI’s counterintelligence division – to testify publicly before the Committees regarding FBI and DOJ actions surrounding the 2016 presidential election. (link)

Strzok’s attorney has indicated he would not comply with the request: “Having sharpened their knives behind closed doors, the committee would now like to drag back Special Agent Strzok and have him testify in public — a request that we originally made and the committee denied,” Goelman said. “What’s being asked of Special Agent Strzok is to participate in what anyone can recognize as a trap.”  (CNN Reports)

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185 Responses to House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte Files Subpoena To Compel Strzok Public Testimony July 10th…

  1. Ken Maritch says:

    A trap?????
    If he is innocent, he has nothing to worry about… right?

    Liked by 22 people

    • JAS says:

      ““What’s being asked of Special Agent Strzok is to participate in what anyone can recognize as a trap.”

      My answer to Goelman: “And if your client hadn’t PARTICIPATED in trying to bring down a Presidency he might never have been asked to testify, you dumb ass!”

      Liked by 21 people

      • webgirlpdx says:

        What’s he afraid of? That someone will ask him is he’s still boinkin’ Page?

        Liked by 3 people

        • Newt Love says:

          > “… someone will ask him is he’s still boinkin’ Page?”

          Yeah, Strzok is still banging LISA Page like a screen door in a tornado, and Strzok’s battered wife is silently weeping in shame, afraid to say a word, lest Strzok beat-down on her some more. (Can somebody look into domestic abuse at the Strzok residence?)

          Is Strzok still F-ing with Carter Page? No, once they used the former FBI informant as an unwitting stooge to get a Title 1 FISA Warrant, they were done F-ing with Carter Page after Traitor Rosenstain quit signing FISA renewals.

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      • formerdem says:

        just read Sidney Powell’s “Licensed to Lie” and yeah there is a reason Strzok would be sensitive to the possibilities of Traps. It appears the Enron Task Force is of historic importance as the nursery where the team that ended up with Mueller developed ways to organize political show trials and purges on the basis of US law and procedures. Traps, newly invented crimes, terrified witnesses, brazen disobedience of judicial orders corruption of the media. All familiar stuff when you read it today. Yeah, traps, there’s a reason Strzok is sensitive to the possibilities.

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    • 4sure says:

      Especially if he has tax payer FBI lawyers by his side instructing him not to answer the questions. This can be nothing more than a waste of time on another dog and pony show. I’ll skip it and watch paint dry.

      Liked by 8 people

      • svenwg says:

        At least when the paint is dry it serves a purpose, these dog and pony shows serve no purpose besides the obvious television time and showboating for the politicians all at the expense of the taxpayers and not their reelection funds.

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      • Newt Love says:

        > “Especially if he has tax payer FBI lawyers by his side instructing him not to answer the questions. …”

        Chariman Goodlatte should put the 3 FBI lawyers under oath and ask them what US Govt charge number they are using to cover their time representing the civilian Peter Strzok. Ask them who their supervisors are, and who assigned them to be there.

        I’ll bet it was (or will lead to) Traitor Rosenstain.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I still want to see it.

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    • Let's roll says:

      But Strzok said he wanted to testify, openly, to the public. Mr. Strzok, lawyer got your tongue. So many conflicting statements by these high ranking FBI agents.

      Few in this country will ever think the FBI/DOJ are impartial law abiding agencies ever again..

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      • For years I have thought the FBI/DOJ were corrupt. Now that I know HOW corrupt, no, I will never trust either again as a law abiding agency.

        In fact, I want proverbial grenades thrown into both, those agencies completely destroyed and anew rebuilt from scratch.

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        • Yes. Heartily agree! How many innocent have been ruined and imprisoned?! How many conservatives unfairly destroyed!!

          As a conservative I want repararations…I want these deep state Dems to pay me foe taking my constitutional rights…I want to be paid out of the Dems pickets–not out of the government coffers…

          I also want an accounting of the $$$10 Trillion Obama spent…No roads, no infrastructure ..no military or VA improve St–So where did all that money–those taxpayer dollars–WHERE DID $10 Trillion dollars go??!!!!

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    • mikebrezzze says:

      I despise lawyers, they are the root of all evil, self serving relentless bastards who are takers ordained by the bad laws they create for their own enrichment! Prove me wrong!

      Liked by 5 people

    • LOL, Ken, how he can be “innocent” with those text messages???

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    • jayesouthworth says:

      You can listen to his and Lisa’s text messages at the link. It’s their real texts, so how is he going to explain his hatred towards Trump?

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  2. obamaclaus says:

    So little b!tch boy is going to plead the 5th?

    Great

    Liked by 5 people

    • rachelguess1 says:

      Relax. That will go over with the public about as well as lerner’s ‘testimony’ did…:)

      Liked by 3 people

      • loisplane says:

        Lerner came out untouched, no?

        Liked by 6 people

        • BobBoxBody says:

          Because we didn’t have a Lion in the White House. Patience….

          Liked by 4 people

          • The Akh says:

            Awans just walked…I’m not so sure anymore. Really, really disheartening.

            Liked by 1 person

            • svenwg says:

              Awan did not just walk, but bless your heart.

              Awan has made a deal with the DoJ after having pled guilty to a crime that has a maximum sentence of 30 years and/or a $1,000,000.00 as well as restitution to the financial entity he defrauded. The DoJ has said he will serve 6 months, if and only if, he gives up all the Demoncraps who employed him without vetting him first to have access to their computers that has Top Secret and Special Access programs running on them.

              I also suspect that he has given up all those he sold info to in Pakistan as well as the many secrets that the various Demoncraps have hidden in their emails as well as pictures that would curl your hair.

              If you call that walking, well there is no hope for you.

              MAGA Baby, on and on to KAG forever or as long as the people can keep it so.

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            • Linus in W.PA. says:

              Let’s try to hope that it isn’t true. If at least for a bit. ‘Cause if it is, I’m right there with you.

              When I had read that, I hoped that he got off with the lesser charge for implicating corrupt officials.

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        • WSB says:

          Not yet. Lerner will have some issues with the Clinton Foundation.

          Liked by 4 people

          • WSB, as I remember she was fined for her crimes against Tea party members and those fines came out of us, taxpayers, not her!!!

            Liked by 1 person

            • WSB says:

              Elena, the TEA Party settlement is different from 501C3/4 approvals that Lois Lerner was personally responsible for.

              My point is that she was also personally responsible for allowing Bill Clinton’s Library fund to go global.

              According to current law, any donation outside Arkansas is illegal. Lois Lerner allowed this foundation to go on for years and did nothing about it.

              Every donation outside the state is illegal.

              That means every country’s donations are illegal.

              And Bill Clinton has at least twenty names for his charity that are not legal. So you can see the spider’s web.

              President Trump has standing in that process.

              It also means that any foreign entity or domestic out of state participant has problem. All illegal.

              New Zealand, Australia, many others.

              We shall see.

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    • booger71 says:

      He can’t plead the 5th pertaining to other people’s crimes

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  3. Pat Frederick says:

    the only one who has to fear a trap is the liar who can’t remember the stories he told…the truth remains consistent…

    Liked by 14 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Peter Strzok, Robert Mueller, James Comey, John Brennan etc. are gifts that keep on giving! Their arrogance and belief that what they did and are still doing will vindicate them in the eyes of everyday Americans. They are Super Heroes and we still haven’t recognized it. Every time one of them talks, that is the cockiness they display.

      I LOVE all of them because not only will they bury the Democrat Party but they will also bury themselves!

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    • Sassy says:

      Which is why he wants a transcript.

      If you tell the truth, you don’t need a transcript of what you said before so you can study up to make sure you don’t contradict yourself.

      How funny that Strzok, of all people, has the gall to admit to fearing a trap. What is his “insurance policy” but one huge, illegal trap for the duly-elected president of the USA?

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Perjury Traps are cool for everybody else, why not you?

        At least for this it’s being recorded not like the BS 302s.

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  4. Orson says:

    Still employed by the FBI, isn’t he? Hehehehehe

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Pam says:

    Get the popcorn ready folks. Honestly, it wouldn’t surprise me if he pleads the fifth

    Liked by 3 people

    • Rob says:

      Why plead the fifth when he can just say he cannot comment on an active investigation like everyone else?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Roberto says:

      Actually, I hope he does. Nothing will permanently crystallize for America the complete corruption of the FBI. This guy will be right up there with those 50’s mobsters and Jimmy Hoffa. Again, I want this to happen.

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  6. Jere says:

    On the advice of counsel, I am invoking my 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination and, therefore, cannot respond to that question. But thanks for asking! More Kabuki.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. Non=combative. says:

    So his lawyer maintains he is an “honorable” man. Sounds just like Susan Rice when she said the traitor Bowie Bergdhal served with honor and distinction.. Liberals sure have a very warped sense of honor.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Sassy says:

      So honorable that, if you believe it, he was cheating on his wife with Page. That said, I don’t believe it and never did. It’s a cover story, designed to “explain” why they used personal phones to talk about Hillary, but also so they could claim that their biased texts were just intimate” conversations between lovers, signifying nothing.

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      • Interesting thought. Both are still married, I believe?

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        • Ris Eruwaedhiel says:

          Yes.

          Even if Sundance is right and there was no affair, the spouses (Joseph Burrow and Melissa Hodgman) must be mortified. Friends, family, etc. must ask them: “Are you going to divorce the bum?” What can they say – “There no affair, just scheming against Donald Trump?” Aww. My heart bleeds.

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  8. Uncle Max says:

    I hope he dosen’t show up. The 10th is when the Judge in the Flynn case is demanding answers from Mueller. I don’t want that hidden from the news of the day.

    Liked by 11 people

    • rachelguess1 says:

      I am looking forward to Judge Sullivan’s determination on that issue after he completed the Brady Rule review of ALL the evidence in the case.

      Liked by 5 people

    • wendy forward says:

      It’s my boyfriend’s birthday. I hope General Flynn gets a non-birthday present…

      Liked by 2 people

    • L. Gee says:

      I can walk and chew gum at the same time. Therefore, I’ll take both!

      And besides, when has the media ever reported anything worthwhile about this entire mess anyway?

      Liked by 1 person

    • MelH says:

      Ah, that explains why the 10th was chosen for Strozk to show up. Mueller and Strozk of the same cloth; “sorry but can’t comment on an on-going case.”

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  9. FofBW says:

    The committee probably had a very good idea he would not comply to the subpoena.

    Now he looks like he is hiding something (which he is) and they could hold him in contempt.

    Doubt they would prosecute for contempt given congress past history.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Orson says:

    I suspect this is not a trap for him. I think it’s aimed at Rod Rosenstein, who will promptly refuse to allow him to appear before the Committee…thus adding more fuel to the impeachment fire.

    Liked by 7 people

  11. Psycho Monkee says:

    “Hell can’t be made attractive, so the devil makes attractive the road that leads there” – St. Basil the Great

    Liked by 11 people

  12. Rob says:

    What’s the point? To ask the same questions and get the same answers as behind closed doors? This is going nowhere as-is.

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  13. L4grasshopper says:

    I honestly don’t see the point of this given that they had him in closed session recently.

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    • Rob says:

      I don’t either, unless they simply want the public to see him answering (and not answering)

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “unless they simply want the public to see him answering (and not answering)”

        This might be a major reason for doing this – more than we realize.

        It seems much of the time MSM fake news tries to defend or rationalize “the swamp & it’s critters”, they do more harm to themselves to the sheeple and low-info voters.

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      Two options for the point:
      1) Republicans on the committee want Strzok on public view refusing to answer numerous questions on instructions of the FBI’s — not his own — attorneys.
      2) My suspicion is that Strzok’s answers in the non-public session were preposterous lies. Having reviewed them, questioners can catch him either lying or contradicting his prior answers.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Janie M. says:

      L4grasshopper, optics for public consumption? Make it all the more apparent how conniving/dishonorable he is.

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    • Sunshine says:

      The possibility of him contradicting himself or pleading the 5th in full public view. Both possibilities are not palatable as to his future status as an FBI employee.

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      • Bill Dunn says:

        Will he be under oath this time or can he just lie his @$$ off again?
        Honorable FIB agent isn’t that an oxymoron?

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  14. SoCal Patriot says:

    I guess if anyone would recognize a trap, it’s Strzok. He’s been attempting to trap DJT’s team for nearly three years.

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  15. Publius2016 says:

    He may have immunity…

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    • singular says:

      Isn’t it true that he can’t take the 5th if he has immunity?

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      • Publius2016 says:

        Nope…he just has to abide by the immunity agreement,,.we don’t know who has what! Mueller can give it to whomever he wants.

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        • svenwg says:

          Actually Müller cannot give immunity to whomever he wants, he has to get permission from the AG first as he is not a Star Chamber nor is he appointed by the President and confirmed in the Senate. In fact his whole appointment is illegal and the reason the senate is running around trying to get a bill passed that would prevent President Trump from firing the conflicted POS.

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    • Non=combative. says:

      If he had immunity his lawyer would not be advising him to ignore the subpoena. This is a Congressional shaming to be played out on live tv.

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  16. John says:

    Peter is very familiar with “traps.”

    Liked by 2 people

  17. thedoc00 says:

    There may be one other reason for this subpoena, the democrats requested the transcript of the closed session be made public. The republicans went one better with this move and they will probably release the transcript as well. Now the democrats are also on the spot as well as RR.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Cheri Lawrence says:

      I think all this leads to us pushing Congress and Congress finally requesting full transparency from POTUS in declassifying the entire body of evidence. If Congress asks POTUS I think he will comply but needs to be asked to intervene 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

      • thedoc00 says:

        I doubt the democratic members of congress will participate in demanding the President declassify anything. If the request does not come from both sides of the aisle, the President is still stuck and can’t touch anything for fear of having members of his own party participate in the impeachment.

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  18. FofBW says:

    IMO, Just stop playing political games and charge him.

    He will not refuse to stand in front of a judge and jury.

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  19. Chewbarkah says:

    So when Strzok offered to appear before the committee and answer questions voluntarily, Goelman didn’t anticipate that there would be tough questions, but now he does? What is different no? Did Strzok create his own trap by lying in the non-public session? Fifth, coming up.

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  20. Boston Bean says:

    He handled Hillary with soft kid gloves (privacy, not under oath, softball questions, predetermined exoneration), and he’s now shocked others don’t play by his playground rules.

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  21. covfefe999 says:

    This will be televised, right? I want to hear his voice and see his face while he’s lying. Think his rat-faced luvvah will be watching?

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  22. pnj01 says:

    ““What’s being asked of Special Agent Strzok is to participate in what anyone can recognize as a trap.”
    WRONG: Strzok will have a lawyer. When Strzok TRAPPED Flynn, Flynn didn’t have a lawyer, nor any advance notice that he was being interrogated.

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  23. OpenMind says:

    I am thinking the committee wants to allow the public to be able to see the FBI attorneys advising Strzok not to answer. If he appeared voluntarily and didn’t answer, then the subpoena may be necessary in order to hold him and/or the FBI attorney in contempt if he fails to answer. Voluntary testimony really means the witness has the ability to answer or to refuse to answer. Also, based upon the quote from Strzok’s attorney, look for him to plead the 5th on July 10th, with the spin machine explaining that the house R’s are trying to trap him; thus, he’ll claim, the 5th Amendment is being used to shield him from a perjury trap, as “he’s already testified,” etc. Garbage.

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    • pnj01 says:

      Mueller is going to look like an ass if he ends up having to try Flynn because Flynn’s prior guilty plea gets withdrawn by the judge and then Strzok has to testify as “Witness for the Prosecution” after Strzok took the Fifth before the Committee. First line of questioning I’d use in cross-examination would be the questions Strzok takes the Fifth on. Mueller could try to avoid it by calling whomever was the second FBI Agent during the interview, but Goodlatte could call him as well.

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    • svenwg says:

      As he is still employed by the FIB, it is my understanding that he cannot plead the 5th as a Government employee and still keep his job. One of the intrepid lurking lawyers I am sure will either correct that assumption or lay out the relevant laws governing Federal Employees.

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  24. Chewbarkah says:

    Slightly off topic, but has anyone seen the charges being leveled against Jim Jordan (Bing news is pushing the story)? Three wrestlers Jordan coached supposedly claim that two decades ago Jordan “didn’t protect them” from a team doctor’s molestations. Between Jordan’s tough questioning of Rosenstein, et al, and his aspirations to be Speaker, you have to wonder which party is slinging the poo.

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    • mimbler says:

      The supposed accusers are unnamed sources of NBC. Just more made up news IMO.

      Liked by 4 people

    • ristvan says:

      The three accusers are being represented by Perkins Coie, the DNC connected law firm that was the passthru for the Fusion GPS/Steele dossier funding. Almost certainly fake news about somethingbunprovable after almost three decades, to ‘dirty’ Jordan now that he announced for speaker. More swamp slime.

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      • Sassy says:

        And the doctor is dead, so he can’t defend himself. A Jordan dossier from the authors of the Trump dossier?

        The main guy drumming this up blames Jordan for not saying anything when he himself, who concurrently was doing his masters thesis on locker room culture, said nothing.

        Or at least, if he did, he didn’t squeal loud enough at the time to do anything to save others from molestation.

        Now, 20 years later, just as Jordan is discussed as a candidate for Speaker, this guy–who also has a habit of suing the college and who, at one time, was almost a million dollars in debt–is resurrecting the issue.

        Jordan isn’t that much older than this accuser. How is it that Jordan had more responsibility to report something that he says he was unaware of, when the guy who admits he knew about it, was a victim himself, and actually made a study of locker room culture wasn’t responsible to do whatever it took to stop it?

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    • ezpz2 says:

      I think Gateway Pundit has a piece up saying it’s the same people who ‘composed’ the dossier .

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    • maiingankwe says:

      From what I understand, Jordan wants to replace ryan for Speaker of the House. The deep state sure as heck doesn’t want this, so they’ve decided to throw this at him.

      This happened twenty years ago at a university in Ohio. The wrestlers were all adults. Some of them now claim that the deceased coach would join them in the showers and go a bit far. The wrestlers claim this was locker room talk, so Jordan had to know what was going on. Jordan denies knowing anything, which is probably true.

      What is worse is these wrestlers were adults. I would’ve thought them being wrestlers they would not have allowed this if they didn’t want it. If this had happened in high school or middle school it would be a different story altogether.

      Oh, and the lawyers working on behalf of the wrestlers crying foul is none other than Perkins Coie. In addition, one of the wrestlers just got out of prison, but we are not supposed to hold that against his character.

      One last thing, why wait twenty years and when the accused has already passed away five years or so ago? Why now? Oh, that’s right, Jordan would like to be Speaker of the House. I would certainly look into when Jordan started asking hard questions and when these wrestlers started crying foul along with Perkins Coie getting involved. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a correlation.

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      • wendy forward says:

        Trying to do a Jerry Sandusky.

        About the only positive thing you can say is: Perkins Coie is moving up a little in class from Gloria and Lisa Allred.

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    • Cheri Lawrence says:

      Yes and Rep Gohmert said on Fox yesterday that he knows his office is being surveilled by Rosenstein. My God these people still continue their manipulation because they still think they are in control! If they can kill a SC Justice in broad daylight, they will do anything!

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  25. littleanniesfannie says:

    So CNN thinks Starzak appearing before Congress is a trap but thinks Trump should be impeached for not sitting down with Mueller’s henchmen? Boy did they get hit big time by the Stupid Tack Hammer?!?
    Bet CNN is just afraid Starzak will out their dynamic duo—Clapper and Brennan! Jane Fonda must be proud!!

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  26. Sharon says:

    There is no reason to have any expectation of benefit in questioning known liars and manipulators when lying and manipulating has been shown to have no consequences.

    The song and dance is long but it means nothing, and hasn’t for a very, very long time.

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  27. ezpz2 says:

    More kabuki which will yield more outrage and no justice.

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  28. SPANGLER says:

    Strzok will try and throw the DOJ under the bus……….rats eating each other now.

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  29. wendy forward says:

    Speaking of song and dance I just got a Kinks anthology and the new edition of Lola versus the Powerman–better things to do with my time. Two sexiest men in rock and roll-Ray Davies and John Lennon.

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  30. Piper77 says:

    Sorry, but I’m over these pointless hearings.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Ditto.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I understand what you are saying. But on the other hand, it’s because people don’t watch these hearings that so many people vote stupidly. Not saying you do, I hope you know what I’m trying to say here. People get tired of this stuff, especially if it doesn’t produce any big news. But the details are extremely important, especially for we Trump supporters so we can confidently tell other people what the reality is and combat the propaganda. That’s the main reason why I watch and why I read the letters and court docs. I want to know the facts so that I can inform other people.

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    • wendy forward says:

      Yah I was never into them TBH. I used to get paid for listening to pointless testimony so I ain’t doing it for free. I do enjoy reading the transcripts of the Russian Facebook hearings-that Dubilier is awesome.

      Here’s a better use of my time. My Kinks anthology is great and the booklet is soooo good. Lots of yummy pics of the Davies brothers, damn they were hot. I know this is totally OT, but why not. New Years’ Eve 2003/04 Ray and his girlfriend were in New Orleans I think to see the B(C)S National Chamionship game at the Superdome – they were on Bourbon Street and got mugged. Ray protected his GF and fought off the attackers, broke his arm. The cops told him if he ever got tired of music and writing he had a job there. I was so glad to see he was made a CBE. Sometimes wonder how he feels about the real destruction of Victoria.

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  31. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Here he is smiling away in that picture! I swear these people are all mentally defective with no conscience. I have never seen anything like it. Pure narccism and arrogance without a clue that they are morally repugnant. It is textbook psychopathic. Just like Hillary and Obama who keep showing up in public. I keep thinking they will feel shame and embarrassment but no just business as usual.

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  32. The Akh says:

    I have serious doubts about any of this going anywhere. I thought I would see evidence of change, that corruption pervasive in D.C. would start to have accountability. But since Awans are just going to walk with a slap on the wrist, I suspect there will be even less justice for the rest.

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  33. waste of time and taxpayers’ money

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    • Paco Loco says:

      That’s the goal, bore the people to death with endless hearings where no one ever asks the tough questions. He needs to testify in front of a grand jury not in front of the yahoos on the Hill.

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  34. Heika says:

    This is not off topic, given the whole thing is what the Russia investigation was based upon. A horrific day for Justice today. The DOJ is totally corrupted and this decision proves it.
    Strzok, is a small player in this whole dirty thing

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/07/03/justice-department-covers-up-possible-spy-ring-scandal-in-democratic-congressional-offices.html

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I don’t think he was a small player. He was the lead inviestigator for the Hillary email so-called investigation as well as the Mueller witch hunt, and during the Rosenstein/Wray testimony we learned that Strzok had testified (earlier, in the private hearing) that he created the initial investigation plan for the Mueller witch hunt. And I think he had a large part in deciding to wrap the Hillary thing early. He might not have been driving the bus but it sure seems like he was a co-pilot or navigator.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Willing and able hatchet man. Many different industries,
        political jurisdictions have them. They do all the dirty
        work, so that their bosses can look squeaky clean. All
        nefariousness is under their supervision. When the
        nefariousness goes too far, the boss will act like they
        have no knowledge of what has occurred. Then, the
        boss will call them in to scold them.

        As soon as the door closes, they get patted on the
        back. “Attaboy!!!”

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    • Cheri Lawrence says:

      Wow!! It’s all coming out now!! If they are giving Awan immunity then you can bet his testimony will implicate and allow them to prosecute a huge amount of corruption evidence against the entire Obama/Clinton machine.

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  35. Zippy says:

    Ha! They DID ask the slimebag THE right question:

    Lawyer for FBI agent who sent anti-Trump texts assails House GOP ‘trap’

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/lawyer-for-fbi-agent-who-sent-anti-trump-texts-assails-house-gop-trap/2018/07/02/62bf630e-7e3b-11e8-b0ef-fffcabeff946_story.html?utm_term=.aceb2291b7e7

    In his email, Goelman wrote that it was “generous to characterize many of these inquiries as ‘questions’ ” — suggesting instead that the GOP’s closed-door queries had been “political theater and attempts to embarrass the witness” through various leaks.

    Among the questions Goelman complained Republicans put to Strzok were one about whether he loved Lisa Page, the recipient of his anti-Trump texts and with whom he was having an affair, and another asking “what DO Trump supporters SMELL like, Agent?” — a reference to an August 2016 text Strzok sent in which he told Page he could “SMELL the Trump support” at a Walmart in southern Virginia.

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  36. Deplorable Patriot says:

    Given the Danny Kaffee performance Jim Jordan put on with Rod Rosenstein in front of him, today’s smear effort against Jordan just might be part of the effore to derail getting Strzok in front of the cameras in a Congressional hearing. If his performance is as bad as Rosenstein’s was, just put him in handcuffs now. Rosie couldn’t hold back when Jordan got started.

    The Jordan story came out in April. Why are the MSM outlets hammering it now?

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/07/03/rep-jim-jordan-denies-reports-turned-blind-eye-to-sexual-abuse-by-ohio-state-wrestling-doctor.html

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  37. Ospreyzone says:

    Strzok’s attorney is right. Why should he comply? Congress has zero prosecutorial power and the DOJ has zero integrity.

    Maybe Mr. Huber will take a look at this issue when he finishes vacationing with Imran Awan.

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  38. Sandra-VA says:

    More kabuki.

    Nothing is going to happen even if he confesses to everything we already know.

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  39. Perot Conservative says:

    Crooked FBI.

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  40. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    He tried to trap our VSGPDJT, didn’t he? Hang him for sedition and treason!

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  41. JX says:

    Big deal.

    He can testify in court.

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  43. talker2u says:

    Wipe that smirk off your face, Petey!

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  44. rumpole2 says:

    Another farcical Congressional hearing… 5 minute bursts of pointless grandstanding.

    Even while this farce continues there needs to be a proper Criminal investigation… and indictment of Strzok so he can be read his Miranda rights and questioned properly

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  45. zooamerica says:

    Little Nikita, Peter Strzok.

    Am I the only one who thinks that Peter Strzok looks like a Russian?

    How ironic that would be…Strzok is a Russian agent.

    I would not be surprised. If 2 guys from Pakistan (Awan Bros.) can infiltrate the DNC, why can’t a Russian spy infiltrate the FBI?

    Look at Peter Strzok’s visage.

    http://www.kion546.com/news/politics/house-panel-subpoenas-fbi-agent-strzok-for-second-round-of-questioning/762593104

    Peter Strzok looks like a Russian commie agent.

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  46. RAC says:

    Look at it this way strozky if you tell it in public in front of the cameras aint nobody be able to alter the 302’s.

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  47. reh1 says:

    It doesn’t matter whether Strzok, or anyone testifies in public. None of the committee members- even the vaunted trial lawyers- know how to question a witness to learn information. Nor do any of them care to learn. It is all grandstanding. Oh for our Samuel Dash or Arthur Liman.

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  48. Padric says:

    Gotta love lawyer logic: It wasn’t a trap when he offered and you refused but because now you do want him to it is.

    ::headdesk headdesk headdesk headdesk:::::

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  49. Maquis says:

    Poor poor pitiful Pete, afraid of a “trap.”

    Bastard oughta be standing on a trap door.

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