FBI Releases Internal OPR Report Containing Details of Peter Strzok Investigation…

As an outcome of the ridiculous wrongful termination lawsuit filed by former FBI Agent Peter Strzok, the DOJ provides the internal Office of Professional Responsibility report as part of their responsive filing.

The OPR report is the culmination of a two-month long internal investigation conducted in 2018. The OPR report contains several embarrassing details, including new text messages, about Peter Strzok during his FBI employment. The report is only public because it is part of a filing connected to his public lawsuit.

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes. Here’s the report:

After Strzok was suspended and removed from his position, FBI Agent David Archey assumed the lead role in the Mueller investigation, August 2018.

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161 Responses to FBI Releases Internal OPR Report Containing Details of Peter Strzok Investigation…

  1. JL says:

    I like footnote 16 on page 12.

    “The US Attorney’s Offices for the Southern District of New York and the Eastern District of Virgina were notified of your actions.”

    Concerning sensitive grand jury info that he was emailing back and forth from work to home. The excuses he gave are ridiculous.

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  2. Trenchanter says:

    Based on the preponderance of the evidence, I conclude the allegations are substantiated and you sir, are a jackass.

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    • Redzone says:

      1. They seem more concerned about the text messages and public perception than all the other major violations combined.

      2. Even after all the blatant abuses, he is not terminated, but rather misses a couple paychecks and is demoted.

      If not for the text messages that became public, there would probably have been more medals, special recognition, and raises for his exemplary service.

      Even more ridiculous is the clear opinion from OPM that Strzok’s conduct exuded politics and likely affected his judgment when contrasted with the IG’s conclusion that there was no political bias.

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  3. USA First! says:

    Evil personified.

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    • jello333 says:

      Been several great “Antichrist” portrayals in books and movies through the years… Damien Thorn, Nicolae Carpathia, etc. But I think this is the only REAL person who gives off those vibes. Creepy, creepy dude!

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      • NJMAGA says:

        He’s a psychopath. All of these government “resist” nut jobs are psychopaths by textbook definition. The narcissism and arrogance are off the charts. But there’s evil there too.

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        • Truth seeker says:

          I’d say that’s accurate.

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        • I would also include a psych definition of “sociopath” when it comes to this POS.

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        • Despicable Me says:

          Great read on psychopaths in the work place by industrial psychologists. The book morphed from authors interviews of prison inmates to determine the overall cause/effect of psychopathology in the commission of crime. Two of their finding were that not all prison inmates are psychopaths and not all psychopaths are prison inmates. They explain how the cutthroat environment of many industries actually encourage, cultivate, reward and promote psychopathic behavior and discuss the bloody carnage left In the psychopath’s wake.

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      • lisabrqwc says:

        That photo always gives me the chills. If eyes are the windows to the soul, …

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    • steph_gray says:

      Agree, psychopathic, or sociopathic; I am not a professional in psychiatry so cannot distinguish.

      However, I will say one thing about these text messages.

      I know all sorts of moonbats personally in blue MA who think and talk exactly like what is shown in these messages. They are just as bad and sometimes worse.

      So far as I know, none of my local acquaintances have corruption or money crimes to cover up, nor fear that their jobs will go away if the Deep State is defeated (well, maybe a couple of them, Harvard types) – most are simply suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome Level 6.

      I often wondered what the “small group” individuals have to lose when VSGPDJT wins. That’s because I have fallen into the blunder of imagining they think like objective normal human beings, with concerns about the well-being of themselves and their families.

      Evidently this is not the case. They have already suffered the loss: of their minds.

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  4. grlangworth says:

    No jail.

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  5. JustScott says:

    Demotion and 30 day suspension?!?
    Being cained then thrown off a cliff seems more appropriate.

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  6. Genie says:

    Ha, ha, ha! — “Your vituperative text messages will be the subject of damning public discourse for days, months, and even years to come, and the FBI will be recipient of the expressed outrage.”

    The OIG person who leaked the texts in late 2017 should get some kind of award.

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  7. covfefe999 says:

    I personally enjoyed this footnote (GA is Lisa Page, if you don’t know):

    During a text exchange from April 4-8, 2017, you and GA discussed that your wife had access to your devices and had located GA’s husband’s full name, found a hotel reservation ostensibly used by you and GA during a romantic encounter, had access to photographs from your phone, threatened to send all the information to GA’s husband, and also threatened to hire a private investigator. GA told you to determine whether your wife might use recovery software to locate other evidence of your affair on your devices.

    Life in the Strzok household must have been so much fun. 🙂

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    • Redzone says:

      Is this evidence good enough for all the naysayers that continually maintained the Strzok/Page affair was some sort of fake government story line?

      Or, do the conspiracy theories continue?

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      • beach lover says:

        I was one that was beginning to question the affair.. but now after reading this whole thing can see that the FBI protected them on many levels.

        What I am amazed at though, is this is explaining his being demoted and then suspended because of his many “ill advised” actions… but this is never going to get to the real purpose of the unlawfulness of the FBI. I could give a flying flip how he ruined the FBIs reputation in the eyes of the public. Also, the dates of this are “old news”. The real stuff will be in the IG, hopefully.

        Another tidbit confirmed… there were 625, 000 emails found on the Weiner laptop starting with Clinton in 2007… with emails from the Clinton Foundation among them. Now, how again did Comey explain they went thru those in 2 days and found nothing new? Liar! Cover-up will continue… carry-on.

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        • Bulldog84 says:

          “Now, how again did Comey explain they went thru those in 2 days and found nothing new?”
          I think he said something about “technical wizardry.” That’s an interesting turn of phrase, considering the fantastical fiction he was peddling. That’s actually more believable than Crowdstrike tracing the phony DNC “hack” to the Russians.

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          • littleanniefannie says:

            Yes, remember back many years ago when some televangelists were under investigation that many parodies came out. Comey must have implemented one of them. He had an “advisor” stand over them shouting Evil demons of the emails come ow-yowt!!. Makes as much sense as anything else other than possibly that they sent the Found emails to Hollywood for a remake of The Exorcist.

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          • Zorro says:

            Was the tech wizard person(s) ever questioned?

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            • PS says:

              No one was questioned because there was no tech wizard. It was confirmed that they never even cracked open the laptop to look at in until after the press conference. And they wouldn’t have even done that if not for someone in NY trying to cover their butt asking about the Washington office’s findings.

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        • Cheesehead54016 says:

          I might be going out on a limb here but I believe that the WEINER LAPTOP will come back into the news sometime as it most likely holds EVIDENCE of pay for play aka QUID PRO QUO and other crimes regarding our former SOS and her staffers. I wonder why our former DOJ/FBI employees didnt look too hard at all those emails? Lynch have a hand in that? Rosenstein?

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        • Despicable Me says:

          Yes-regarding the number of emails recovered from the wiener laptop. Also noted the number of text messages examined by FBI OPR totaled 72,000 unique exchanges between Strzok and Page. After writing such such scathing findings, it’s inconceivable how one could not but concur with dismissal of the offender. I’m pretty sure if the average street agent had engaged in that behavior, they would have been terminated. Also noted that Strzok and Page were discussing impeachment in early 2017…..same as the WB’s attorney.

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      • Ris_Eruwaedhiel says:

        I was one of the naysayers (including Sundance), but obviously was wrong. Wouldn’t be the first time.

        I don’t know how reliable Truepundit is, but he reported that Strzok and other high-ranking FBI officials had afgairs with CNN on-air petsonalities. OAN reported that Page had an affair with both Strzok and McCabe, but later retracted the detail.

        Strzok and his wife Melissa Hodgman and Page and her her husband Joseph Burrow are still legally married. Personal relationships – marriage, family and friendship – to these sociopaths is all about what serves their interests and makes them feel good.

        Goes without saying that they would have no compunction about committing sedition and treason if they thought they would get away with these actions, which they hought they would.

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        • Redzone says:

          They absolutely thought they were going to get away with it. When Strzok and Page were discussing their impeachment plan and Page’s reading of All the President’s Men, the brilliant Page informed the genius Strzok that the President resigned (rather than being removed). Strzok replied, “if only they could be so lucky.”

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        • zimbalistjunior says:

          sleeping with your co-workers gives you an ally in the company. very important for advancing to middle-management–survivor tribal skills stuff

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      Can we be sure it wasn’t Strzok’s wife who started the “release” ball rolling?

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    • PS says:

      Consider this. Strozk’s wife has access to the Apple iCloud account used to back up the personal family phone. With a button click, she could have restored that image to a new phone, and had full access to every iMessage, photo, and email stored in that image. forget the tryst… it’s game over.

      The entire history of The Coup can be extracted as it unfolded. No device confiscation needed, no worrying about deleted messages, it is all recoverable from the cloud archives somewhere. And the NSA Leaks have taught us that it’s all being archived.

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      • Redzone says:

        PS – the problem is that nobody is investigating anything. They are doing the bare minimum that they are forced to do because of public disclosure.

        Thanks Barr, Wray, and Haspel for cleaning up the dirty agencies, properly finishing the previous sham investigations, and restoring public trust.

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    • Joemama says:

      So much for the theory that Strzok & Page were not bonking each other.

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      • Republicanvet91 says:

        In some of the news I read today on this, they were reporting it in such a way as to leave it questionable as to whether they were boinking.
        One article clearly stated Smirk’s wife threatened to release pictures she found on hubby’s phone to Loose Lisa’s hubby. That would suggest there were pictures of the Katie Hill variety on the phone.
        …which makes one wonder about the judgement of someone who would do all of that, plus take pictures.

        I also wonder about the hotel receipts, and what time stamps are on them. Were they doing their porn shoot during duty hours?

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    • mortgagesforthemasses says:

      In years past, both of the adulterers would have been terminated for this behavior. It’s a security risk for someone is Strzok’s position to be potentially blackmail. Who knows? Maybe he was being blackmailed. Anyone in management who knew of this affair should be held to account as well.

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    • Sassy says:

      “Ostensibly”. So much might be read into one word, if enquiring minds want to know.

      Curious that there’s so little focus on the doubly adulterous and potentially scandalous affair in this document, given the potentially dire consequences for investigations, had the affair become known in certain circles.

      What about the effect on investigations when an agent admits to a “double delete” after using personal email for government business?

      What about the wife’s potential access to emails that maybe hadn’t yet been double deleted?

      What about the fact that DOJ has to take his word for it that he sent relevant work-related emails back to his official account?

      Why was he allowed to refuse the OIG request to review his personal account?

      What about the lovers’ (?) use of iMessage and the potential loss of those other government- and investigation-related records?

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  8. xcontra says:

    Hard to read all this spew. Unfortunately, I wager that Strzok and the attorney Page are just the tip of a greasy iceberg from the FBI.

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  9. Dave Hunter says:

    Substantial violations of FBI regs and all he gets is a 60 day suspension and demotion? No wonder the FBI is in the toilet. At least Sessionzzz fired McCabe, but it does cause me to wonder just how many serious (multiple) rule breakers continue to be employed by the country’s “premier law enforcement agency” and how it can even be called that given they don’t fire anybody, McCabe and Comey notwithstanding?

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    • BitterC says:

      He didn’t get fired cuz he entered into some sort of I Promise To Never Do It Again agreement. He’s also dang close to 50 w 20+ yrs

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    • My first reaction to this news, just from reading the title and opening words, was that the “OPR”, OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY, was a pretend organization, a doll house. It is a revelation I pass on to whomever out there is capable of recognizing that as fact, the utter, fundamental truth of the matter.

      And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what we are really dealing with, in ALL OF THIS (both past coup and continuing now): A LEGO OPR, in a LEGO FBI, in a LEGO bureaucracy run by LEGO politicos.

      The kids who are pretending to be the rulers of our country and the world are openly telling us TACO TUESDAY is coming, and licking their chops. And all we hear in the public background is “EVERYTHING IS AWESOME! LA LA LA LA LA LA!”

      And everybody keeps thinking, and hoping, that LEGO politics as usual will save us all.

      Stop pretending the Insane Left represented by Schiff, Pelosi et al. has any power AT ALL. Your politics, your political institutions and structure, are BROKEN; stop pretending they aren’t.

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  10. missycaulk says:

    Can anyone explain WHY Strzok was the lead in BOTH the Clinton email and the Russian investigation? Who assigned him to both, I guess is what I am asking.

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    • Joshua2415 says:

      Because Luca Brasi was not available

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      • John Obidienzo says:

        To the Corleone Family, Luca Brasi was Hit Man. To the Comey Family Peter Strzok was ‘lead agent’. Comey put the Hit on General Flynn, he sent two guys over to the White House. One of them was ‘lead agent’ Strzok.

        “And so if the FBI wanted to send agents into the White House itself to interview a senior official, you would work through the White House Counsel and there’d be discussions and approvals and it would be there. And I thought, it’s early enough, let’s just send a couple of guys over.” James Comey at the ’92 Street Y.’

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    • beach lover says:

      That would be the delightful and honest James Comey. s/

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    • Redzone says:

      Because Strzok is a crook just like Comey who put him in charge and they were both in on the fix.

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    • icanhasbailout says:

      Because the number of people willing to hang for Hillary Clinton is not really all that long.

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      • testpointwp says:

        Strzok and Page hate Trump but they feared Hillary. One sentence in this spew (paraphrasing) Hillary won’t care if it’s DOJ or FBI she will be loaded for bear.

        Strzok, assuming that Hillary would be President, wanted desperately to be looked on with favor by Hillary.

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        • icanhasbailout says:

          They all expected to be greatly rewarded for putting Hillary in power. Everything after the election is a desperate attempt to evade justice.

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    • John Obidienzo says:

      Peter Strzok being everywhere indicated the top echelon at the FBI needed to insulate it’s nefarious activity from the rest of the institution.

      Strzok is lead agent in the Clinton email scandal, lead agent starting Crossfire Hurricane; he interviews Downer in a secret London location on Pappadoupolus’ set up. He Interviews General Flynn. He’s then moved over to the Mueller Counsel, which links the entire enterprise as one giant conspiracy against the Candidacy, the Transition, and the Presidency of Donald J Trump. Not being a successful Coup, thus far, has turned the enterprise into Adam Schiff’s impeachment sh^t show.

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    • dottygal says:

      Because Comey is a bigger a**hole; didn’t do his job well.

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    • Despicable Me says:

      Someone further up Strzok’s chain of command……think Assistant Director Priestap, (whoever was Executive AD at the time—possibly Steinbach), Deputy Director McCabe and Director Comey.

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  11. Robert Smith says:

    Seems Strzok & Page were as easily led by Media stories as they purport dumb voters to be.

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    • BitterC says:

      Really. As I re-read those texts in the filing, I kind of believe THEY believed Trump Russia could be true. Not least because they WANTED it to be true

      Now they certainly should have figured out they’d been had by inauguration.

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    • beach lover says:

      don’t forget… Page was feeding the media stories (Devlin Barrett).

      There better be a more thorough investigation into these 2 than what is in this nonsense report. This is glossing over the motives.

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    • That was what got me. Strzok actually believes the crap the media was spewing. Yet he thinks most Americans are inferior morons compared to him.

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  12. RJ says:

    If you ever wanted to understand how hard it is to “fire” someone who works for the government you should read this in its entirety. Note how many words are being used to end up with a decision and ask yourself how many tax dollars were spent on personnel doing this work.

    Next, think of a “deep state” and ask yourself how those in that group might behave–from those who violate to those who investigate to those who decide. It’s a big house and it seems everyone “learns how to play the game” rather well, does it not?

    Insulation from harm is the name of this game…

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    • wightmanfarm says:

      Out here in the real world, if you post one single “questionable” thing on YOUR social media on YOUR own time, YOUR own computer, you’ll be summoned to HR and your ass will be fired.

      Must be nice to have one of them there gov’t jobbers.

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    • MelH says:

      It was the same problem in the VA and, I submit, in most large corporations. “Talented” people spend much more quality time with their cohorts at work than they do with their wives. And I suspect the Me To Movement may have slowed the playing around a bit, for a short time, but the fact remains corporate life promotes infidelity. In the VA, it used to be almost impossible to actually fire anyone, just like the FBI. President Trump says he has changed that and rid the VA of 2,500 “bad ones.” He doesn’t say HOW he did that, however.

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  13. Bogeyfree says:

    Think about this…..

    Stone could get up to 50 years in jail

    Strzok gets fired

    Isn’t this where we should play the video again of AG Barr’s Notre Dame speech?

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    • MelH says:

      Strzok’s firing was reduced to a penalty of 60 calendar days without pay. At his pay grade, i doubt he will miss the 60 days’ pay, in the general scheme of life.

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  14. Patriot1783 says:

    What awful people…and just think these were only two of such kind with high profile positions in our government agencies. Long past the time for scorched earth on every government agency to weed out the corruption.

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  15. Will J. says:

    I hadn’t read some of those text messages in quite some time. There is no way Durham hasn’t zeroed in on the “secret society” first meeting message right after the election. It sticks out like a sore thumb. I do believe Page has turned and there are DEFINITELY more damaging text messages missing.

    This should be delicious.

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    • wightmanfarm says:

      Yes, it SHOULD be but history tells us, it PROBABLY won’t be.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Page was hanging out at a Lawfare event. I don’t think she’s turned.

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      • Joemama says:

        If that is true, it is highly unlikely that she has turned.

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      • Despicable Me says:

        Covfefe999, I have to respectfully disagree. These lawfare folks can’t communicate as freely via electronic devices as they once could as the stakes are higher so the safest way to communicate is in person. Think of how law enforcement uses informants to infiltrate ongoing (keyword: ongoing) criminal enterprises. It is possible (didn’t say probable) that Page is cooperating. Also, if you’ve read the transcript of the congressional testimony she provided as released by Congressman Doug Collins, she was head and shoulders more forthcoming than any of her counterparts.

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  16. Here’s Fox’s take on the release of this info.
    They highlighted how at least one line agent smelled the Weiner Laptop cover-up and squealed to HQ.
    Not too bad, but toward the end they try to lead the reader into thinking that Strozk’s unprofessionalism was the only reason President Trump had to be upset with the Russian collusion farce.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/doj-seeks-to-dismiss-strzoks-lawsuit-claiming-he-was-denied-due-process

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  17. Jack Dempsey says:

    Here’s the good news:
    the fact that Strzok is still pursuing this legally
    strongly suggests that he cannot find alternative employment,
    and that getting some kind of penalty legal award is his best income source.
    NO private sector employer wants to touch this highly experienced professional with an active security clearance. “The system works ???”

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  18. Gerkmonster says:

    OMG. Page 14. The FBI issued him a laptop to use at home. but “he didn’t know how to log on to it.” That’s our fippin head of counterintellgence. The FBI is a joke until like 50% of the people are fired.

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  19. Clara says:

    Actually, it appears that Sundance was right all along. These messages do not point to an affair; in fact, they point in the opposite direction. At one point Page says something to the effect, “Your wife just called me and left me a message. She thinks we’re having an affair. Should I call her?” Why would Lisa P. write that to Peter S. if they were actually having an affair?”

    It appears that Lisa and Pete were merely spending an inordinate amount of time together because they were working on the plot to take down Trump. That’s why Peter and his wife did not divorce. Nor did Page and her husband. They are all still together. The spouses simply had to be “read in” to the coup plan. Then everything was fine again.

    The “affair” was lately concocted as a cover story to enable the two coup plotters to delete thousands of messages deemed “personal.” In reality, there were no personal messages between them. The messages were all 100 percent about the coup.

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    • Zy says:

      The FIB can also argue that the high volume of messages between them was affair related not because coup work and chatter necessitated them.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      These messages do not point to an affair

      We have only seen a tiny fraction of all of the messages they sent to each other. It was already officially stated that many messages were personal in nature and were not released to the public to protect the families (spouses and kids).

      Look at my comment above with an excerpt, a footnote. Peter’s wife was on to him and Lisa. She threatened to contact Lisa’s husband.

      I found a text message in which Peter said to Lisa “I love you”. You don’t say that to a coworker.

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  20. Rob says:

    I still have not seen one text message between Strzok and Page that reads like something you would expect from two lovers. No “I love you Lisa”, no “how about meeting up tonight for some sex”, no “hey baby, that was great last night. Everything I have seen so far could just be two co-workers that work closely together on projects.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      We did not see them because most of the text messages were not released and what was released had plenty of redactions. There were in excess of 50 THOUSAND text messages. We have only seen a tiny fraction of them. It was already officially stated that the two were having an affair and I believe in their testimony they finally admitted it. Also see the comment I posted above, Strzok’s wife was on to him.

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      • Redzone says:

        Covfefe- you’re correct on all accounts. And, I’m sure the hotel room booked in the name of Page’s husband was job related.

        Sometimes one can’t see the forest for all the trees.

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      • WRB says:

        According to footnote 9, …reviewed approximately 74,000 text messages between you and GA [Lisa Page] between Feb 1, 2015 and July 5, 2017

        We have seen only a small fraction of them.

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  21. Paprika says:

    Wonder where the Wiener and wife laptop ended up? I also wonder why there never seemed to be an accounting of why the laptop had 10 times more e-mails than Hillary’s server. Much less any true accounting as to exactly what was on both the laptop and server.

    Certainly not much in the way of true investigations ever happening, much less a true investigation of the investigations. We still don’t really know squat, do we!?! Well except that no true investigating has ever been performed on so many fronts and issues.

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    • Redzone says:

      Paprika- seriously, what possibly could be the reason to vet the contents of Weiner’s laptop against Clinton’s server? /s

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    • calisandy says:

      My question is why were the e-mails on Weiner’s laptop at all? Hillary already had her super-secret bathroom server in Chappaquah. No doubt the Weiner laptop had ALL of Hill’s “yoga routines and Chelsea wedding plans” on it – PLUS it is confirmed that all of the missing first three months of e-mails were on it when she was SOS. The e-mail transfer had to be done by Huma Abedin.

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  22. The Boss says:

    The love birds’ seeming fascination with the so-called white supremacy movement (Ex: Page 11 of 27, text message of November 20, 2016) really adds to my suspicion that the Charlottesville thing of August 2017 was planned as a ‘rider’ to the ‘Insurance Policy’. The FBI is now, IMHO, very likely involved in covering up the leftist origins of that fake Unite The Right event.

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  23. TradeBait says:

    In the rest of the real world in which We the People live, this guy is a penitentiary serving a long sentence. In the Deep State world that is still ruling DC, he gets supporters sending him money who applaud his evil doings. Further confirmation of two scales of justice.

    Cold anger.

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  24. Marc says:

    Really telling that Strzok couldn’t even tell his son his political leanings. He let him think he was a Republican and would vote for Kasich. Strzok described himself as a “conservative Democrat” but what that really means is Uniparty.

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    • Ris_Eruwaedhiel says:

      I have access to a voting database.

      Psycho Agent Man Strzok has two children – Nicholas Strzok Hodgman (b. 1998) and Katherine Grace Strzok Hodgman (b. 2000). They are registered Democrats, but Nicholas neither voted in the 2018 general nor in the 2019 primary. Wonder why not. Katherine, Psycho and Mrs. Psycho did vote in the 2019 primary. Information regarding the 2019 general isn’t available yet.

      The kids still live at home with mommy and daddy.

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  25. Thanks for the update of Son of Satan Strozk. I had forgotten just how odious this vile SOB really is. His arrogance and hatred of our President Trump and the Deplorables render him unfit for public service, especially in one of the spy agencies where he had so much power to destroy.
    More proof that the only thing that will help do something about the FBI would be a mass exorcism.
    PS- I never want to hear Hannity or any other commentator talk about the 99% hard working employees. F**K them too.

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  26. dwpender says:

    Strozk’s adoring damsel in distress in August 15, 2016 asked: “Trump will never be President, right? Right?”

    For many months, not even super-high-tech reconstructive efforts could find the answer. Horowitz kept asking our Government to find it. After 4 levels of increasingly sophisticated recovery efforts, DOD (in late May of 2018) found the answer : “No, he won’t. We’ll stop it.”

    This was the most damning of all the texts released to date. WHY was it SO hard to recover? I’ve always believed that Strozk, probably with the assistance of super-techies within our FBI/CIA/IC, did everything possible to make this text unrecoverable (further fragment the hard drive?) without leaving a trail. (He/they knew enough not to try to DELETE. That was too risky.)

    I’ve also believed that more texts than just this one were subjected to this “treatment.” I hope that the detail in these (which may implicate some much bigger fish) is some of the “something significant” Durham has found.

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    • Despicable Me says:

      Strzok was head of counterespionage which would suggest he would have some idea how to make things disappear. This is consistent with his statements that he deleted his work material twice on his personal computer when he used it for FBI work.

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  27. PatriotKate says:

    I’m still not convinced that they were having an affair. I’ve always thought it was cover for their seditious behavior. In the office, it would be the easiest way to explain “jumping” outside of the chain of command. Within the office, their odd behavior would be accepted because people would simply think there was an affair.

    Today’s news with these texts, plus Senator Johnson revealing that there were “off-site” meetings of government personnel, smells to me like an “affair” was used as cover for these off-site meetings.

    Strzok’s wife works in government and Page’s odd comment about his wife leaving her a message and her asking Peter if he was going to explain. Goodness, the guy’s a spook. He can’t be that dumb and I don’t think he is.

    Unless I see more evidence of “romance” I’ll believe they would rather be accused of an affair, which will be ignored, rather than Sedition.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I’m still not convinced that they were having an affair.

      Look at the first comment I posted in this thread. It contains an excerpt from the report. It’s probably the best evidence we will ever see that these two losers WERE having an affair. We’re never going to see all of the personal messages they sent to each other, or the photos they took, unless some patriot working for the FBI or NSA leaks them. You will never see the incontrovertible evidence you and others seem to require. But every piece of evicidence we have supports an affair, and no evidence refutes it.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        I’m still not convinced. Perhaps I’ve become too jaded, but it seems to me they would rather prefer we believe it was an affair and not a seditious plot. I found this exchange rather odd:

        “Your wife left me a VM. Am I supposed to respond? She thinks we’re having an affair. Should I call and correct her understanding? Leave this to you to address?” a panicked Lisa Page responded.

        Strzok replied, “I don’t know. I said we were close friends and nothing more. She knows I sent you flowers. I said you were having a tough week.”

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        • Joemama says:

          Being unfaithful to one’s spouse and being a traitor to the US are not mutually exclusive vices.

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          • MelH says:

            He testified in the public hearing televised that he did not think the affair compromised his work. He never denied having an affair with her. She cut it off with the e-mail that said “Never Text me Again”. At least that’s what we are supposed to believe.

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            • Despicable Me says:

              The congressional transcript of Strzok’s boss, Priestap, testified that he was aware of the affair and did nothing to stop it.

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              • Ris_Eruwaedhiel says:

                There was a rumor of an affair, but Preistap didn’t ask if it was true of not. As if they could tell the truth.

                At a law firm that I once worked at, a secretary once asked me, “Rumor has it that you are hot and heavy with —.” Uh, no, we were just friends.

                I don’t know about these two.

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                • Despicable Me says:

                  Yeah when I worked in government RUMINT (rumor intelligence) was rampant and usually inaccurate. There were a number of coworkers (two especially come to mind) with whom I had a passing acquaintance and wished they had worked the jobs for which they were paid as diligently as they worked RUMINT.

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        • tav144 says:

          “…She THINKS we’re having an affair. Should I call and correct her understanding?…”

          I agree.

          The OBVIOUS response if they were truly having an affair is to say,

          “…She KNOWS we’re having an affair.”

          That’s what you would expect her to say. Not “thinks”. That implies as you say, that the assumption is truly incorrect.

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  28. This man’s foolish lawsuit simply caused much more information to come out, and to necessarily be made public as part of a public court action, than he could really afford. But, he never was the brightest little crayon in the box.

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  29. Zorro says:

    Has anyone found a connection between this information and Benjy Witness’s tweet about Lisa Page last week?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Page was at an event that Wittes also attended. The event was hosted by two attorneys, one of whom writes for Lawfare, not sure about the other but I’m sure they share political sentiments, and I have no doubt the event was non-stop Trump-bashing.

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  30. zimbalistjunior says:

    nice to see May 3, 2016 ‘pressure to complete MYE’ text highlighted. that is key to entire investigation of the conspiracy.

    also notice july 26, 2016 text re sandernistas assanges and ‘fed information’. that will bolster the seth rich theorists, no?!

    still reading now the rest

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  31. Proud American from Texas says:

    Does anybody else have a problem with the “consequences” due to “Unprofessional Conduct – Off Duty” vs. “Security Violation”?
    Security violation (aggravated) gets you 7-30 days suspension.
    Embarrass the FBI and we’ll fire your ass!
    Seriously? Frickin’ security violation?

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  32. Probably the most PROFOUND insight I received by reviewing this collection of Strzok/Page texts is the paramount importance the pair seems to give the many libtard media ‘articles’ which they generously pass back and forth among themselves — blithely accepting the (sloppy, unfounded, biased) conclusions of leftist ‘journalist-propagandists’ and integrating the OPINIONS into their own psyches as if the articles had been brought down by Moses on stone tablets from Mount Sinai.
    It’s supremely SAD to think these elevated government officials seem to lack even basic abilities of critical thought, and instead just sequentially ‘re-program’ themselves with leftist media drivel and accept it as ‘fact’.

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    • steph_gray says:

      TDS Level 6 requires continual infusions of leftist and Alinsky-inspired confirmation bias. The yellowstream media’s one and only job is to supply these infusions on a 24/7 basis.

      Quite the opposite of what sundance does here, which is provide the facts and analysis of every possible meaning/outcome, and damn the emotional comfort level of anyone here.

      CTH represents the way human beings are supposed to discuss weighty issues.

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      • It’s called ‘critical thinking’…and yes, Sundance does it nicely. All people with a functioning, normal-or-better brain SHOULD be able to do it independently, even if they are not yet fortunate enough to access the excellent summations and research that this site provides you and I. We can but hope that someday leftist madness will abate, and the planet will not devolve into the Idiocracy construct of cinema fame.

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    • Their concern for the enemedia propaganda stems from the fact that they are the source for the articles. They want to be sure the propaganda is framed correctly.

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    • Midnite says:

      That’s the ONE thing that always jumped out at me from the very beginning. No matter how ridiculous or unfounded the article they were siting might have been they believed every word of it. They remind me of the Bruce-Nellie Ohr emails in that regard….amazing these people have jobs that don’t include the phrase “Welcome to Walmart” as part of their duties.

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      • Benita Brinton Slaeker says:

        Descent into evil, step by step, is accompanied by less and less discernment, a devolving process that leads to complete delusion and impaired thinking processes in general.

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  33. Midnite says:

    I’ve read the Strzok/Page texts going back to their first public release and always came away with the impression that these two were not only extremely sympathetic toward one another, but that rumors of their office romance were likely true. The continuous back and forth banter between them just seemed too familiar for co-workers and now apparently that relationship has been substantiated.
    BTW, Peter Strzok’s security clearance was revoked….good luck getting that back.

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  34. And all of these people still walk free.

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  35. Truthfilter says:

    I just finished reading the whole document and I was delighted at how scathing it was…..until I reached the end where this asshole got merely demoted and suspended for 60 days. If Strozk’s conduct made the FBI look bad, the light consequences make the agencies look even worse. For a temporary demotion and 60 day vacation, we can all be assured that a coup attempt will happen again and again.

    President Trump, however, has determined that it WON’T happen again. Ever. And I believe him.

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  36. hokkoda says:

    Oh my freaking goodness. These texts are 1,000 times worse than what was disclosed to the public originally. (I love how he talks about his dad though…a real peach Strzok is as a son…)

    Read these in the context of the OIG stating in the executive summary of the email investigation report that there was no political bias. This is shocking stuff.

    Also read these in the context of knowing that Strzok was the head of the FBI’s “counterintelligence division”…and he broke damn near every rule you can break in the counterintelligence arena. He violated multiple security protocols. He exposed classified and sensitive information “in the clear”. Unstated in this report – he engaged in an extramarital affair which would subject him to blackmail.

    Incredible.

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    • Despicable Me says:

      Strzok was head of counterespionage at one point before becoming an AD in CI.

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      • hokkoda says:

        Yep, it’s just insane what he was doing. I had a TS/SCI and and an ESI/SIOP clearance for 15 years. Periodically, I had to re-certify and take training during which they would show us videos and make us take tests where they would tell us stuff like:
        – don’t have extramarital affairs
        – don’t communicate unauthorized materials over gov’t systems
        – don’t use personal systems for gov’t work
        – don’t get involved in politics
        – don’t use or attempt to use secretive forms of communication to hide your activities
        – REPORT ANYBODY WHO DOES as a potential security risk/threat

        The OPM report towards the end calls him out for his complete hypocrisy for being the lead investigator on the Clinton emails while doing damn near everything wrong Clinton was doing…x1000…

        But “no bias” the IG lied.

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  37. dottygal says:

    After reading the information in that report I’m surprised they gave him any job, even janitor, at the FBI. How can they ever trust him?

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  38. Han Solo says:

    It is almost laughable that the final report on the email scandal back in Oct claims that there was ‘no political bias’ …in fact, it is downright dishonest and proof of the govt covering up the truth. Anyone that has seen the text messages and following related cases (ie, Flynn) knows there was tremendous bias by those leaders in the relevant investigations did have bias AND THAT BIAS HAD A MATERIAL IMPACT on actions taken, or lack thereof in the instance of not promptly getting the proper subpeona on Weiners laptop. Anyone following the Flynn’s case and that read Sidney’s book Licensed to Lie knows this is endemic at the top levels of the FBI.

    Let’s hope Barr is setting up Cabal members for a great fall…I pray that is the case. As well as those railroaded by this nefarious Cabal are set free and exonerated.

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    • hokkoda says:

      You can’t read these texts and then read that IG Report – particularly the top-line summary – and not come to the conclusion that the DOJ IG was lying to cover up for the FBI agents. Not just Strzok, but Comey, McCabe and the others. These texts are far worse than the ones we knew about…which means they were withheld to cover up how bad Strzok was.

      I bet they’ve got texts that are just as bad in a vault somewhere with the other conspirators’ names on them.

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  39. skochnsoda@yahoo.com says:

    Absolutely incredible what’s all contained in the details of this Strzok/Page information. So if this is what’s done behind closed doors between very high level FBI personnel, imagine what’s happening throughout the Swamp. We find out that despite the excellent summary of the many nefarious deeds and actions by Strzok (just like the FBI decision to do nothing about Clinton’s dereliction), the Swamp merely demotes Strzok and says he should be given another chance because he’s contrite and will never do any of this kind of thing again. Well ok then.

    The Swamp must be drained, filtered, covered with salt, and buried under rock.

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  40. After all of this, with proven lack of judgement as a senior supervisor and hypocrisy demonstrated by his statements of HRC being dumb or borderline criminal for her use of private email for official business…all the while he did the very same thing…we see a bureaucratic titan of an organization unable to cull their own herd due to years of Union interference and cover ups. This is a very sad state of affairs. 60 days on the beach without pay for thoroughly destroying the FBI’s reputation. For God’s sake! What a travesty!

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  41. Jack Rail says:

    Even if he doesn’t go to jail (which he should, and for a long time), Sneer Boy will never again bask in the glow of other people’s respect and admiration. Contempt will forever accompany their looks and gossip.

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  42. shipley130 says:

    They are letting the f word flying about the cheating Russians and meanwhile they are cheating on their spouses.

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    • Ris_Eruwaedhiel says:

      Good liberals that they are they would never utter a negative observation about anyone not of European stock. Okay to denigrate White people, though.

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  43. Perot Conservative says:

    No one has referenced the April 1, 2016 reference to using a phone regarding Clinton matters that “can’t be traced”? Is this old news? Or an April Fools joke?

    And referencing “honkey’s” …

    Who else, allegedly, was Lisa Page boinking?

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  44. Republicanvet91 says:

    Three things.

    1. I don’t recall it being such public knowledge that Smirk was the reason for Weiner’s laptop not being investigated in a timely manner. Why was he not prosecuted for failure to do his job? It seems he is getting the blame for Comey having to announce so late that he was re-opening their sham investigation.
    2. Why is he not being prosecuted for a Hatch Act violation? The left was up in arms recently over claimed Hatch Act violations. I guess those only matter depending on which party might be committing them.
    3. Why would Smirk be investigating Weiners laptop? He was the Counter-intel chief. Was he giving it extra-special investigating? Why would there not be some lower level agent investigating? Or was there evidence of Crooked Hill’s server being penetrated?

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  45. HickTick says:

    Take this for what its worth as far as Strzok and Page , I remember reading early on a text between
    them where one said are you coming by later ?? I will even take a shower for you . Now I don’t
    think just friends says that , so I have always believed they were fooling around , had to be
    too easy to be disaster if it was just a cover .

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