Yes, It’s True: Peter Strzok Failed His Polygraph Yet Retained Security Clearance and Position on Two Investigations…

I have been asked about this repeatedly:

Validating Paul Sperry’s tweet.  Yes, FBI Agent Peter Strzok failed his polygraph and his supervisors were notified on January 16th, 2016, his results were “out of scope“. Meaning he failed his polygraph test.  Yet he was never removed from any responsibilities; and against dept policy, he did not have his clearance revoked until he could clear.

This was discussed during the Rosenstein testimony and overlooked by most.  WATCH:

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After Strzok was recently removed from official responsibility within the FBI, his security clearances were retroactively revoked.  That revocation was due to OPR review and was a retroactive revocation action initiated by career officials within the FBI to cover-up (ie. CYA) the two-and-a-half years he was allowed to work when he should not have been.

Current FBI officials, including Trump appointed FBI Director Christopher Wray, are covering up the scandal within the FBI in a misguided effort to save the institution.

This is the same reason the FBI hid the Strzok/Page memos and emails away from IG review and congressional oversight.

There is a massive, ongoing, ‘institutional’ cover-up within the DOJ and FBI.  These are simply examples highlighting the severity therein.  Peter Strzok and his legal team are counting on the need for the institution to be protected as their shield from any prosecution.

As long as AG Jeff Sessions, DAG Rod Rosenstein, FBI Director Chris Wray and Deputy Director David Bowditch put the institution ahead of the need for accountability, there will be no repercussions against the former DOJ and FBI officials for unlawful conduct.

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500 Responses to Yes, It’s True: Peter Strzok Failed His Polygraph Yet Retained Security Clearance and Position on Two Investigations…

  1. William Dorritt says:

    Strzok is just the Hit Man

    The question is who Green Lighted Carter Page, and Trump by extension?

    Comey on orders from Obama and or Hilary ?

    FBI and DOJ are totally compromised, not just a few bad apples that landed in all of the top jobs.

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    • One must remember Jeff Sessions as head of the Department of just.

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      • MAGA Scoop Twitter LibberTea says:

        Really? lol I thought it was Rosenstein. Still waiting for Jeff to step up…….🙄

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        • Let's roll says:

          Rosenstein is a weasel and a coward. Only concern is covering his own rear – Uranium One, signing bogus FISA warrant and more.

          It’s time for these CYAers to go! Yes, Wray, Rosenstein, Comey, Mueller, Yates, Lynch, Lerner – time for your sins to see the light of day.

          Declassify everything!

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    • As a man thinkth says:

      Do not forget, Oboma wanted his daily updates…kick in val-jerette’s door at 4 AM and recover all the user names and passwords….Awan has the data base the implicates all the congressional snakes involved in all blackmail and crimes against the people…However, Weiner’s lap top reveals the deeper crimes and the Clenton money trail…We have no chance at ever learning the true depth of this criminal cartel…waterboard them all, starting with Strozk!

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    • SSSS NNN says:

      “FBI and DOJ are totally compromised”

      Yes…and for DECADES….they have become the American Stasi or Gestapo.
      Utterly corrupt and disloyal…even to treason. What we are seeing is that the
      LEVEL of corruption has now reached levels were it is (slightly) public now…
      We have a head of the FBI (Wray) actively hiding criminality….a person
      who puts integrity and public service to the nation FIRST would be putting
      the cuffs on these corrupt agents HIMSELF…

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  2. Bull Durham says:

    Question: Why did DJT appoint Comey and then appoint Wray?

    Of the 65 million voters for DJT, not one would have kept Comey.
    I would venture to say, that listening to Wray on microphone at his hearings, at least 80% of the 65 million voters for DJT would not have selected Wray.

    So how did DJT sell himself on Comey and Wray?

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    • Mr. T. says:

      Bull Durham, POTUS did NOT appoint Comey, who was appointed to a 10 year term by Obumbles. Why POTUS appointed Wray after firing Comey is something we would all like to know the answer to.

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      • Bull Durham says:

        He kept him, and was told by Sessions and RR to fire him first day. They both testified under oath to that. The appointment was for ten years but that doesn’t mean he can’t be fired, and DJT decided to not fire him.

        All his Mueller problems stem from that decision.

        It doesn’t mean that there was not a war against him and MAGA by the Deep State, particularly the IC. That’s why they destroyed Flynn immediately. But Comey was a ticking time bomb and should have been defused on Jan. 21.

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        • Sandra-VA says:

          Rod Rosenstein was not nominated as DAG until March of 2017 so he was not in place on the “first day”.

          You know full well why Comey was not fired immediately… President Trump had very bad advisors in the beginning… namely Steve Bannon.

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        • Mr. T. says:

          Bull Durham, I don’t need to be brought up to speed. You stated that POTUS appointed Comey, which is false. You also stated that Rosenstein and Sessions stated that POTUS should fire him on his first day in office. Sessions wasn’t confirmed as AG until February 8th, 2017. Rosenstein wasn’t confirmed as AAG until April 25th, 2017, and he wrote the memo the following month that recommended that POTUS fire Comey. So please, get YOUR facts straight before you attempt to school others.

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    • cali says:

      @Bull Durham: Wray is a white hat and plays good cop as a necessity to built the ever increasing case load involving the FBI’s leadership. Like Mike Rogers/NSA played along for years.
      In this case Wray and Rogers worked with the same intent because it was a means to an end.
      Wray simply do what he should be doing – let Rosenstein be totally unmasked. Wray did not hide Strzok’s loss of his security clearance but Rosenstein did.

      Rosenstein communicated with the others like Loretta Lynch, Hussein among others via his own secret gmail drafts.
      Ask yourself the question: Why were there no emails from Comey, Lynch, McCabe, Strzok, Page, Priestap, HRC, Abedin , Yates, Rice etc included in the OIG report?

      How many times must president Trump tweet about the 13 angry democrats who just so happened to have communicated among each other via their secret gmails set up by Google’s Eric Schmidt via NK and during his trip years back?

      Rosenstein is and always had been the source of redacting the OIG report, leaving out chapters, re-writing others, hiding emails and texts as well as names of all those involved in the conspiracy to remove president Trump?

      The original and unredacted report from Horowitz is with president Trump!

      Rosenstein was able to play the dual role despite agreeing to do the right thing that would benefit him when his indictment is unsealed. He betrayed the president and DOJ Sessions.
      No matter what Rosenstein does from here-on out he’s finished. He is forced to release and declassify everything. Its a no win situation for him although he is responsible for his shit show.

      “Retroactively” can be applied using a mirror: Every case, every op and the HRC email/server case plus his hiding of the Weiner laptop or his false created timelines, Mike Flynn’s altered/forget 302’s – are all suspect. If he was an affiant in any of the FISA requests/warrants they too are suspect.

      If a guy accesses classified, top secret and SCIF’s while he has no security clearance after failing his mandatory polygraph examination he now is considered a spy setting up a president in the US using espionage. Can you see there this is going?

      Rest assured Strzok will appear before the military tribunal being complicit in espionage and worse. Framing a president or a Mike Flynn among a host of others require his adjudication in a military court due to its implication.

      Mueller? Well Mueller has his own burden to co-operate while being the only opportunity he has to may reduce crimes and misdemeanors against him and building over the years. Mueller turned white hat out of shear desperation while he wishes he could continue on his own treasonous trajectory.

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      • As a man thinkth says:

        Question: Should a person or group of American citizens, organized with a mission to subvert and overthrow the America Government be considered “foreign agents enacting espionage” (esp.if they are high ranking government officals)…. If they are considered foreign agents, perhaps they qualify for a FISA warrent with the two hop rule…This approach could lead to recovering thousands of “private emails and phone records from Andy, Ohrs, DOJ prosacutors and more…maybe even the WH….

        So far, the known perps are treated as this whole cover up and attempted coup is merely a fraternity raid…Prosecutors
        must Name the Overall Crime and the members of the organization….”The Small Group”…nah, to passive..
        The whole point is round up the group, label them appropriately, charge them with conspiracy to over throw the government…Currently the “one at a time” misses the scale and scope of the crime…It’s like charging Japan with violation of air space over Pearl Harbor….well yeah, but what was the intent….Well Andy lied to the Inspector General, and he is charged accordingly…but his crimes are much deeper and sinister than procedural lie…This deal is as good as a plea bargin….

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  3. Lactantius says:

    Wray, Sessions, Rosenstein, and most professional testifiers have built a skill set of myriad ways to dodge the question and explain why their hands are tied and which “keeps” them from being frank and forthright.

    This is not evasion or some other form of trickery. It is “testimony speak” in which the question is circled, but left unanswered in terms of “yes” or “no.” They do it when a “yes” or “no” answer can be universalized and used to come back to bite them under a different set of nuances.

    Peter Strzok and others have been revealed as bigoted low-lifes and every sentient person knows they are sleaze artists. So, why don’t Wray and Rosenstein get on board and say they agree that Strzok is a reprobate? Because ALL lawyers are sharks who swim with sharks and they are subject to the rules laid down by Voltaire Cousteau in 1974.

    Voltaire Cousteau stated that “the proper strategy is diversion. Sharks can be diverted from their organized attack in one of two ways. First, sharks as a group, are prone to internal dissension. An experienced swimmer can divert an organized attack by introducing something, often minor or trivial, which sets the sharks to fighting among themselves. Usually by the time the internal conflict is settled the sharks cannot even recall what they were setting about to do, much less get organized to do it. (The essay is linked)

    https://www.med.upenn.edu/shorterlab/Papers/Member%20Papers/sharks.pdf

    Lawyers don’t grandstand and drive the case home until they are in court, facing the jury and doing their high-octane overkill schtick against the lowest form of life ever to inhabit the planet (which is always the other side). They live to ignore the truth when winning is the prize.

    One only need look at how Mueller has stacked the lawyers on his team to squeeze the juices out of every bug they decide to squash. The lowest level of legal “ethics” that is employed is an honest measure of what the lawyers are comfortable with justifying.

    So “dodging” a question is pretty small stuff.

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  4. LULU says:

    It took a while for this fish to rot from the head down. Mueller. Then Comey and McCabe. Toss in Obama, Holder, Lynch and Yates. It doesn’t take long when they’re in cahoots, either actively or tacitly.

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    • Mary C says:

      As they drive this ridiculous investigation into President Trump and Russia, one has to ask whey aren’t they including Hillary Clinton and her collusion with Russia during this election cycle? The investigation is about Russian collusion and to omit her, makes this investigation meaningless.

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      • Rosenslime wrote the memo authorizing Mueller:

        “any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump”

        Not collusion in general or collusion with “the presidential campaigns.” He wrote the memo to frame Trump and shield Clinton, not to investigate her.
        https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3726408-Rosenstein-letter-appointing-Mueller-special.html

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      • As a man thinkth says:

        HRC took over the DNC, subverted the process and eliminated Bernie…implicating DWS and her secret laptop. The Awan brother crime family adds the touch of “FOREIGN AGENTS” to the fact sheet along with Fussion GPS and a FBI agent that failed the poly leading investigations to absolve HRC and charge DJT… while the God fearing huddled masses, await
        The mighty sword of justice to be delivered in the IG Report…
        If there was ever a time and place to use a FISA w arrent, I think we missed the exit about a year ago..

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    • Doug Amos says:

      Don’t forget the enabling dead fish like McConnell, Ryan and Sessions.

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  5. Dan Epright says:

    Obama co-opted and prostituted the FBI in his overall weaponization of government. Senior FBI appointees and careerists went along with this corrupt bargain to keep their jobs, for which they are now heartily ashamed. Everything Obama touched turned to shiite.

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    • Caius Lowell says:

      It makes me sick that RINOs like Boehner, Ryan, and McConnell went along with it too…

      Liked by 4 people

    • Remember during Obama’s reelection campaign a few REPUBLICAN SECRETARIES OF STATE ran interference for Obama by taking positions in litigation against so-called “birthers” who were contesting his eligibility? The positions taken by these enablers in some cases actually contradicted the law of the states they served! Obama was the Golden Child – he who could not fail – and a bunch of flunkies – including republican flunkies – ran interference for him. If I was in charge I would investigate these GOP secretaries of state first to see if there was any corruption in their handling of these eligibility challenges.

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  6. MainelyDoc says:

    Rosenstein dyes his hair.

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  7. jeff hansen says:

    As a longtime litigator, I do not see the problems raised by the DOJ/FBI corruption as being unique to lawyers and law enforcement. We see corrupt, self-dealing and dishonesty in all professions. I see it every day in our failing healthcare system. Until we fundamentally reform our educational system, it will be an uphill battle. Trump is the vessel that has made the problem so frightfully apparent, that his persistent push for pro-American policies is viewed as a threat by an establishment that has abandoned all pretense of honest governance.

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    • uptothere says:

      I concur with you. However, law enforcement should have a degree of trust above our other institutions.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Rhoda R says:

        And at the Federal level they do not.

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        • Collateral Justice says:

          At the National Security level it is called Treason and Espionage for a practial reason.

          They are all above Civilian law and fall under Martial Law due to enemy combatant classification.

          This has been actively on the books since “before” the theft of private citizen gold and the Private Banking extortion of the Fed.

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  8. ladypenquin says:

    I’m going to leave this tweet here from Imperator Rex. It allows for hope that POTUS really will sort this out to achieve Justice, or at least some draining of the Swamp. I do believe that President Trump has more power than he has yet wielded.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      Lotta people with rocks in their heads around here.

      Liked by 1 person

      • G. Combs says:

        Four more months until election….

        Hold your fire til you see the Whites of their eyes!

        Liked by 3 people

        • Collateral Justice says:

          To those who think the FBI is corrupt only at the top, my reply is that this triatorous FBI agent was moved to Human Resources. Where they weed out any Honest agent who can’t be controlled.

          Congress is being blackmailed and the corruption is civil war deep.

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    • Lactantius says:

      Not sure where ImperatorRex gets the notion that people think Trump is weak right now.

      What stands out to those who watch the Donald is how carefully choreographed his MAGA ballet is staged and delivered. From a White House that leaked like a sieve, Trump has gone on to controlling multiple narratives at the same time while popping up like “whack-a-mole” to deliver two or three more. The lamestreammedia runs around in circles trying to keep up with their snotty ripostes and only succeeding in getting their timing all out of kilter.

      The “swamp” is a complex place full of various “establishment” rises and holes where murky water hides obstacles and clear currents lull you into complacency. A drained swamp leaves a muck land full of bogs and infested with virulent pests.

      Trump is learning how to live with it, but on his terms. He isn’t foolish enough to rip up an entire bureaucratic ecosystem in exchange for the unknown. He is channeling it and adapting it to his needs. Maybe some water moccasins and rogue gators will have to be killed, but much of the swamp is relatively benign and useful. But going after the entire swamp makes about as much sense as trying to put socks on a rooster.

      We the People might like to watch Atomic Man Trump clean out the swamp, but We the People are basically clueless about how to go about the strategy of heavy lifting. Trust Trump. There hasn’t been anything like him in a century and much more.

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    • Vkroo says:

      It bothers me that everybody dumps on Sessions. Yes, his department, the DOJ, is a cesspool. However, if he cleaned it up by firings, what long-term good would that do? These shapes-shifters would just reappear in some other form, continuing their evil ways. No, Sessions & Huber are compiling indictments to put these people away for a long time. The longer they stay in the DOJ, the longer their rap sheets become.

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  9. uptothere says:

    It has been obvious now for some time that neither agency is able to police itself. Congress, with the exception of a few members, is also unable to carry out their oversight responsibilities. Looks to me that sooner or later POTUS, as usual, will have to straighten out this mess. He’s the only one now with the authority that’s willing and able to use it.

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  10. Kerry_On says:

    Sooooo, the next obvious question has to be “Who ELSE failed their polygraph test and was left in place and unaccountable??”

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    • Rhoda R says:

      Good question and one I passed on to the DOJ. For what it’s worth.

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      • Collateral Justice says:

        So you trust your life with coworkers hired from the last 9+ years working for the entrenched State Department cronies?
        How about the shock troops in the ATF?
        Or the IRS rapid response tactical lawyers trained in gorilla warfare?
        They have more than two, by the way.

        Serious question for a deadly answer.

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  11. ScienceABC123 says:

    Clearly Peter Strzok’s FBI employment was being protected by some very politically powerful people.

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  12. CA M says:

    First: the reason /our guys// are trying to preserve the FBI is because there are legitimate and ongoing investigations. If you discredit the institution, what happens to the rest of the evidence and all the cases they are working on? The way I see it, they are doing both: saving the institution and the work it is doing while allowing these clowns to basically hang themselves.

    Second: Trump is (factually) a good businessman, and a good entertainer and he knows how to get things done. He also has the top military surrounding him. These guys witnessed the systematic destruction of the military during the last 8+ years. So, they KNOW what’s actually going on. I think Trump is allowing the drip drip drip of information to permeate the consciencness of the public and at the right time–(Ie. before the election)–drop the hammer. But we’ll see.

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    • Lizzyp says:

      Agreed- I’ve said several times that the only reason the whole system works is that We the People believe that the system will work. Utterly discrediting and ruining the entire DOJ could quite easily bring the entire system down, starting with the legal system. People who have no faith that the legal system will protect or punish ‘appropriately’ aren’t very likely to have any respect for those pesky laws or the enforcers. After that it’s open season. It’s not unlike being afraid of another run on the banks, or a stock market sell off panic.

      It needs to be made very obvious who the bad actors are while allowing the agency to enforce so that people see the agency as doing what they’ve always believed it would. One of the problems, though, is that We the People don’t yet have enough information to agree about what needs to be done so each revelation informs a few more.

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    • Collateral Justice says:

      Is it going as good as the Russian collusion investigation?
      Or just a F you like the blatant FBI cover-up for Mandalay Bay shooting. Another FBI asset who got manipulated into being “Genuine” and “Official” patsy?

      His name is Seth Rich and his death is a message to snitches around the world.

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  13. It appears PDJT becomes more susceptible to a political assasination every day. Rosenstein will hold hold the weapon while Mueller pulls the trigger. SAD

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    • Hopelessness is more than sad, it drains your strength and fogs your mind. #bewaredawormtongue

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      • Collateral Justice says:

        Denial is why the Clinton body count has grown unimpeded for 30+ years.
        Apathy is why Congress is Blackmailed into insolvency.

        Corruption this deep can only be retarded with a bloody and brutal civil war.
        The Clinton bodies can become fertilizer, so you can sell your narrative with an organic spin.

        Rather PC of us, no?

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  14. ooops…..1 too many holds!

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  15. cheryl says:

    Will this scum be under oath Thursday when he testifies again?

    Paul Sperry
    ‏ @paulsperry_
    Paul Sperry
    A witness who is not under oath cannot face perjury charges (though they could face charges pertaining to making “false statements,” a broader statute that is not specific to lying under oath)
    Paul Sperry added,
    Disgraced lead FBI investigator Peter Strzok–who supervised both Hillary & Trump investigations–did NOT testify under oath during June 27 closed-door hearing before House joint task force when he claimed no input in FISA app for warrant on Carter Page. Again,he was NOT sworn in

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  16. Lizzyp says:

    The more I see of the Rod and Chris show the angrier I get.

    Director Wray- it should not be a difficult thing to say ‘under my leadership, when an agent has an ‘out of scope’ result on their polygraph, action will be taken’ up to and including removal from investigations.

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  17. Madi says:

    I see good people getting attack for daring supporting an American president who love our country, his children and God.
    I see good family loosing their kids in unnecessary and illegal gal wars
    I see homeless veterans ; I see parents working 2 Jobs to feed theirs kids;
    I see politicians democrats and replibicrats voting against us the people .
    The MSM is just propaganda. Funny how everything is on record. Nothing can kill the truth…

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  18. Madi says:

    Help the useful idiot to become an informed citizen.

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  19. Show me, says:

    Strzok apparently had friends in high places that kept him on, even after failing the lie detector test.
    This after a CIA mole, Jerry Chun Shing Lee left CIA in 2007 and was living in Hong Kong.
    A dozen informants for CIA in China were killed and the CIA spy operation in China was taken apart, or eliminated.
    It’s believed Jerry Chun Shing Lee was a CIA mole and gave the information on the informants to the Chinese who ruthlessly killed the informants, even at work in front of coworkers, apparently as an example. Jerry Chun Shing Lee was arrested at JFK airport in 2018, but apparently the loss of the CIA spy network is one of the biggest loses to CIA ever.
    There are undoubtedly serious consequences.
    You would think after a catastrophic loss to CIA by a mole, or defector, that the other secret agencies such as FBI would be extremely cautious, but it looks like they disregarded what happened at CIA. Apparently, people at the FBI thought going after Trump was more important even than a question of the security clearance of one of, if not it’s top agent.
    Certainly FBI is involved in counter espionage, but it seems they may have been involved in some kind of political action, but it’s very difficult to find out what the FBI was actually doing during this time. Certainly, strigent congressional oversight is warranted.

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  20. Madi says:

    Kevin Shipp ex CIA

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  21. 4430lacey says:

    Curious, a new FBI Director continuing on the same path that lead to the firing off the last FBI Director……… Stuck on stupid?

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    • Collateral Justice says:

      The DoJ and FBI have moved beyond Treason and have worked hard to earn Enemy Combatant Status under National Security bylaws. Since Fast and Furious was implemented in early 2009 at a documentable stage, JFK era at the piratical execution time frame.

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  22. drdeb says:

    Doug Collins is my Representative. Sometimes I do not agree with his votes. This time, I am very proud of him.

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  23. MILupper says:

    Pretty convenient that Strzok has his security clearance pulled retroactively just before he testifies to congress. Now that Strzok is branded as a liar his testimony against higher ups in any criminal trials is pretty much worthless. McCabe, Comey, etc are all breathing a big sigh of relief.

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  24. squid2112 says:

    Pretty remarkable. But I still say, nothing will ever come of any of this. It will simply be Kabuki Theater until everyone is sick and tired of hearing about it, and then it will simply fade off into the dustbin of history.

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  25. jello333 says:

    As long as AG Jeff Sessions, DAG Rod Rosenstein, FBI Director Chris Wray and Deputy Director David Bowditch put the institution ahead of the need for accountability, there will be no repercussions against the former DOJ and FBI officials for unlawful conduct.

    You know why I’m not too worried about this? Because of one of those near-universal truths: “The cover-up is worse than the crime.” Right now, all the DOJ/FBI people just mentioned are doing partly what Sundance suggests… putting the institution ahead of the need for justice/accountability. And based on a few comments from Trump himself (like that he thinks Wray is doing a good job), I think he, himself, is also hoping the “institutions” can be saved. So right now they’re trying one tactic: Call out the ones who have “broken rules” or been “unethical”, but stop short of calling it a criminal conspiracy. Because “a few bad apples” is sure a lot less harmful to the “institutions” than admitting the corruption is broad and deep.

    HOWEVER, once it becomes obvious that this tactic is NOT gonna have the benefit they hope for — restoring faith in the “institutions” — then they’ll realize the only option is to ADMIT how bad things are, and then go HARD after any and all perpetrators, high and low, tear it down and start over if necessary. Once they figure out that the “cover-up” is doing more harm than good, we’ll finally get the whole truth, and start seeing people brought to justice. Actually, considering how much more attention this is now getting in the public eye (social media, and even some MSM like Rush and Tucker) I think we’re not too far from reaching that point.

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  26. Tony says:

    They are trying to save their prosecutions… Think about all the potential miss trials that could be filed if there was any admission of a hint in the OIG of wide spread systemic corruption within the DOJ/FBI..

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  27. Terry says:

    Unbelievable

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