Deep State FBI Agent Peter Strzok spent Thursday in front of Congress for questioning.
He was trying to defend himself after being caught sending anti-Trump text messages while investigating President Trump.
And at one point he tried to go after Trey Gowdy, and Gowdy left him trembling with fear after making one epic comeback.
There’s nothing that corrupt bureaucrats fear more than a grilling delivered by South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy. In his position as chairman of the House Oversight Committee, he has plenty of opportunity to deliver those.
On Thursday he had the opportunity to question Peter Strzok, an FBI official who has cemented himself as the poster-child for anti-Trump corruption in the FBI.
Strzok worked as an investigator for both the Hillary Clinton email server investigation and in Robert Mueller’s Russia collusion investigation.
Strzok was kicked off of the Russia investigation team after text messages were unearthed that showed him sending anti-Trump text messages to his extramarital lover and fellow FBI agent Lisa Page. That was the reason that Strzok was called before Congress for a hearing.
At the hearing, things got heated on multiple occasions, but perhaps nothing compared to the grilling he received from Chairman Gowdy.
It all began after Strzok argued back with a claim made by Gowdy that he was fired for “bias.” Strzok contends that he was fired by Special Counsel Robert Mueller over an “appearance” issue, and stated that he didn’t appreciate Gowdy saying otherwise.
That statement set Gowdy, who has been leading the charge to expose FBI corruption, off.
Gowdy responded firmly, stating
“I don’t give a damn what you appreciate, Agent Strzok, I don’t appreciate having an FBI agent with an unprecedented level of animus working on two major investigations in 2016.”
It was at that moment that the smirk Strzok had been wearing proudly throughout the hearing was wiped off his face. Gowdy lost his temper in the best of ways with his comeback that got to the center of the issue.
He not only made it clear that he wasn’t going to roll over because Strzok “didn’t appreciate” what he had to say, he explained exactly what he didn’t appreciate about Strzok. Strzok was a leading investigator in investigations that directly affected Donald Trump, and his willingness to trash the person he was investigating shows clear bias.
Strzok clearly underestimated Gowdy. His arrogant demeanor through the entire hearing was indicative of his character.
Any Trump supporter immediately jumped for joy when Gowdy knocked him down a notch.
The text messages sent by Strzok are sure to have a lasting impact on his life. He was once seen as one of the most promising figures in the FBI, with Robert Mueller trusting him as a top confidant.
Not only will it have a lasting impact on the life of Strzok, it will have a lasting impact on the reputation of the FBI.
Since the election of President Trump, he has been shining a light on corruption coming from the Justice Department, specifically targeting the FBI.
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