Peter Strzok Testifies To Joint Session of Congress – 10:00am Livestream….

The FBI counterintelligence official at the center of the Clinton and Trump investigations is scheduled to testify today.  FBI Agent Peter Strzok will testify publicly before a joint House Oversight/Judiciary Committee.  Testimony begins at 10:00am EST

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2,574 Responses to Peter Strzok Testifies To Joint Session of Congress – 10:00am Livestream….

  1. unfolder says:

    His over the top self righteous indignation will be his undoing. No question about it.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Jacaranda11816 says:

      Bingo, Unfolder…Decent people can sometimes become a bit indignant if pushed far enough but this over-the-top brand of self-righteous indignation is proof positive that you’re dealing with a total worm.

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  2. gustafus21 says:

    Why did Gowdy pass? Someone please explain this “tactic”????

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      He passed so that the roll call would have to circle back and other members could be retrieved from the hallway and register their roll call votes.

      Goodlatte was upheld as a result 38-31.

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      • tampa2 says:

        Not so sure about that. Gowdy knows full well that a vote to “pass” is, in effect, a nay vote on the motion. I’m stunned one of the Dems didn’t jump all over that. Maybe Gowdy wanted the vote to end in a tie, allowing the Chairman, Goodlatte, to make the final determination. Why? I dunno.

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        • smartyjones1 says:

          No, it’s not. A vote to pass is merely a vote to pass and doesn’t surrender or state a final vote. That’s self-evident in the outcome as noted above.

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          • tampa2 says:

            Consider that a vote to “pass”, as I stated, was “in effect, a nay vote” since once the votes were tallied, Mr. Gowdy could implore the Chairman to revise his “pass” vote and amend the outcome. We’d have seen the same procedural BS we witnessed at the start of the hearing. I still don’t know why he opted to “pass”.

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  3. JG 3 says:

    Like Rush says, “These people have to be defeated!”

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  4. unfolder says:

    Gowdy on point—-if perception of bias was the standard, his entire team should be fired.

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  5. dawndoe says:

    Strzok liar. The fact that they treated Hillary differently is PROOF that Strzok et al bias WAS a factor in the “layers”.

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    • Leucothea says:

      From FBI training, when a criminal is asked about what he DID, the liar like him answers with “would” “I would never” versus “I did not”. Liars answer past tense questions in the future tense or change the tense.

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      Hold our noses. Elijah Cummings’ 5 minutes of BS will soon be over. Might as well watch ‘Say Yes to the Dress’ while Cummings spews.

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  6. lawton says:

    This hearing is a waste we just have to hope Huber has the fortitude to do the right thing on the FISA crimes.

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  7. Howzie says:

    Congress is not a controlling legal authority anymore. They are unaccountable radical extremeists. Fanatics of the first magnitude.

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  8. Coast says:

    So what he’s saying is that what happened can’t happen.

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  9. 4sure says:

    Strozk just followed the FBI procedures. Wray agrees.

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  10. Whiskey1 says:

    Listening to Strzok talk about the FBI’s non bias is like listening to Michal Corleone say he was only in the olive oil business.

    Laughable!

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  11. Nigella says:

    Excuse, I have to go somewhere to swear… Be back

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  12. Pat Frederick says:

    wow! where is Sylvia’s shovel when you need it? gees it’s getting deep in that room!

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  14. BestBets says:

    Sanctimony, they name is Strzok.

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  15. TheWanderingStar says:

    Strzok’s bias didn’t affect his “official action”. Maybe, Peter, because you’ve done your best work covering up your crimes and the crimes of others.

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  16. LULU says:

    The worth of this is that it is a public display of he corruption in the Swamp. American people who should be interested can see it with their own eyes, listen with their own ears. They can see this despicable man. They can see the Democrats on the committee mindlessly doing all they can to obstruct the process.

    I believe that is important. There is nothing like witnessing corruption to make people see it. These people reek of it.

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  17. booger71 says:

    Love to seem him in front of a Grand Jury in fly over country. His crimes affected all 50 states so why couldn’t a Grand Jury outside of DC look into his crimes?

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  18. CoffeeLover says:

    This is just beyond sad.

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  19. Mike says:

    Meanwhile Rosenstein has 279 US attorneys frantically searching for something, anything, that can be used to derail Trump’s SCOTUS nominee.

    Of course RR continues to slow roll everything subpoenaed by congress. Who was it again that Trump picked for AG? How is it that RR is in charge of everything?

    This hearing is being successfully obstructed by the demonrats. We MUST win the mid-terms, then CLEAN HOUSE, bye bye Sessions, RR, Wray to start with.

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  21. Matt Jansen says:

    This guy Strzok is a total snake. His condescending vocal responses are aimed at our constitutionally elected Republican members. Those members represent the citizens of the United States of America in whom this man holds in contempt.
    Anyone watching this hearing should look for his repetitive glances to the center-left indicating the creation of an answer.
    He’s an arrogant world-class b******* artist.

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  22. LULU says:

    Those eyes. That mouth. The anger. The hostility. The perversity just oozes. Sadistic man.

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    • Remington says:

      Good observation, LULU….He has those BO dead eyes….Eyes of a shark. This is a first rate demon.

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    • Landslide says:

      Demonic. Doing Satan’s bidding. Prayers up against evil and for justice…today and every day. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

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    • SJM says:

      FROM  “JFK and the UNSPEAKABLE: WHY HE DIED  and WHY IT MATTERS”

      By James W. Douglas

      EXCERPT (PAGE XV):

      “The Unspeakable” is a term Thomas Merton coined at the heart of the sixties after JFK’s assassination–in the midst of the escalating Vietnam War, the nuclear arms race, and the further assassinations of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy.  In each of those soul-shaking events Merton SENSED AN EVIL WHOSE DEPTH AND DECEIT SEEMED TO GO BEYOND THE CAPACITY OF WORDS TO DESCRIBE.”

      Paperback: 560 pages
      Publisher: Touchstone; First Touchstone Edition edition (October 19, 2010)
      Language: English
      ISBN-10: 1439193886
      ISBN-13: 978-1439193884

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  23. blind no longer says:

    This was all pre planned between the Dems on the committee and the FBI/Mueller. Bank on it!!!
    Total BULLSHIT… this is making my blood pressure high!!!!

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  24. jahealy says:

    Disclaimer: This is a drive-by comment, which may have been covered in the previous nearly 400 comments. Strzok is ugly with his mouth closed, but when he speaks, he’s hideous. The natural sneer and the way his mouth moves when he talks is remarkably unattractive. Now I get his attraction to layer Page of the odd gum-to-teeth ratio. Gives added meaning to the phrase “bumping uglies.”

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    • Nigella says:

      bumping uglies… LOL

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    • Chillin says:

      My mother always said look at the mouth. ShowingPeople think the eyes are the window to the soul, but their mouth really gives them away. Stroke mouth is showing his contempt. He thinks he can “fast talk” his way out of this cause he’s so much smarter. And the democrat circus are acting like rodeo clowns intercepting when he is in danger.

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    • LULU says:

      Jahealy, it’s important for the public to see what we are seeing. He comes across as a zealot and somewhat of a monster. No still photo would show that. He’s his worst enemy when he speaks, because everything negative about him becomes believable.

      As for the Democrats’ trying to protect him by hijacking the hearing, the public is seeing that, too…

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  25. joeknuckles says:

    This hearing is making it more obvious than ever that the Mueller investigation is nothing more than a cover for the deep state activity that went on before, during and after the election. There’s your obstruction, right there.

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  26. America First says:

    Trying to insinuate that the Republicans questions are dangerous and compromising human sources, that is the tack they are taking. Create a fictional crime requiring mega-resources to investigate and then impugn any effort to expose the scam.

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  27. unfolder says:

    This piece of garbage is merely co-opting the long held presumption of the American people that the FBI is an honorable institution to mask his own corruption while a member of it. It is frankly, disgusting to listen to.

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  28. andy says:

    im having a great morning…. glee! belly laughs.

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  29. lawton says:

    Strzok and Page would never be in front of Congress if they had truly started singing on anyone.

    Huber doing the right thing after Horowitz shows him the FISA crimes is the only chance for justice here.

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    • Armchair Quarterback says:

      Sums it up in a nutshell.

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    • singingsoul says:

      I am not counting on Huber because if I do I will be disappointed. Huber I read is not the sharpest knife in the drawer.
      The democrats are showing that they are the stupid people because what they try to do can backfire on the in a bad way.
      Strzok is showed who he is in his emails to Page. I have come to the conclusion that he took advantage of her and manipulated her. He is a snake of the worse way.
      He committed criminal action against the President as far as I am concerned.

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  30. Cankles Clinton says:

    It appears Cummings is arguing that any amount of corruption is tolerable to maintain the FBI and its recruiting.

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  31. unfolder says:

    Is Strzok going to start singing, “My country tis of thee….” next?

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  32. Squirrel Doc says:

    I fear for our nation, with the knowledge that people such as this (Strzok) are in positions of authority.

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  33. Patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels. Given his demonstrated bias, wouldn’t we expect him to wrap his “insurance policy” in patriotism?

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  34. Coast says:

    I bet there are a ton of people in the FBI and other govt agencies just like Strzok. He just happened to be near the top of the food chain…like Comey.

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  35. joeknuckles says:

    Amazingly, Adam Schiff has now dropped to number three on my most punchable face list. I had previously though he would hold that spot forever, but he has been surpassed by Rod (the rat) Rosenstein and Peter (The Prick) Strzok.

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  36. MaineCoon says:

    “The final decisions is never made until the end of the case.”

    Strzok said this.

    I repeat, Strzok said this.

    He still believes us Deplorables are stupid.

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  37. JG 3 says:

    Remind him (Strzok) he’s already failed a polygraph! “Anything you say must be viewed through this lens”

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  38. zimbalistjunior says:

    haha…strzok just said, in answering cummings question, that (i paraphrase) it would be proper to inform campaign if there were people in campaign colluding with foreign power..

    begging the question: did you inform trump about carter page etc?

    sadly, goodlatte misses opportunity to ask the q

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  39. Nigella says:

    So he’s a “patriotic” American because he decided Trump was bad? He, who had a high up position in the FBI trying to keep someone he deemed “bad” out of office and then using that office to try and take him out when the people spoke and elected him President anyway?

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  40. SalixVeridi says:

    He’s a poseur. Anyone looking at the facts of this case sees a charlatan trying hard to pretend he’s some kind of patriot. Throw the bum in jail, along with his cohorts in crime.

    Folks, this is a royal battle. We need to come out en masse for the mid-terms and then again in 2020. These btards must be stopped before they change our country fundamentally.

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  41. MaineCoon says:

    GEtting newvoous, twitching, at Page’s name.

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  42. wyntre says:

    Goodlatte is AWFUL!

    He does not know how to question a witness. Softball open-ended questions that permit Strzok to present himself in the heroic FBI saver-of-America light.

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  43. JG 3 says:

    SPIT! SPIT!

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  44. Mike Pitzler says:

    Huber has the evidence. This is to show the American people what the swamp is made of.

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    • Nigella says:

      Wish I had your opimism

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      • LULU says:

        Huber is accumulating evidence. No evidence or insuggicient evidence, no case. No charge. Justice is not always speedy, especially in a situation as complex as this.

        On the notion of open questions allowing Strzok to talk, he gets into his philosophy about the president and shows his zealotry.

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        • 4sure says:

          I don’t see it as a complex situation. It’s really very simple. They lied under oath to the FISA court and set out to frame an innocent person. Why Gowdy insists on wasting time on Strozk’s bias when we all know he was biased is unproductive. They need to get off of the Hilary crap and focus on the framing of Trump and the FISA warrants and the illegal spying activity and the lies surrounding that. The Hillary crap is over with. It’s not going to lead anywhere. They are beating a dead horse.

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  45. MaineCoon says:

    Unable to come up with a credible explanation of “SMELL” in reference to Deplaorables at Walmart (I went there today).

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  46. Coast says:

    He didn’t mean any harm….just misunderstood.

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  47. J Gottfred says:

    “What does Trump support smell like?” Probably napalm in the morning….

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  48. Luke Adachi says:

    he will escape this by the *i didn’t mean it* defense.

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  49. Amy2 says:

    Yeah!!!! Goodlatte FINALLY asked what Trump supporters smell like!!

    Liked by 1 person

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