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By: Diane Sori and Craig Andresen / Right Side Patriots on American Political Radio
He lied, he smirked, and he smugly testified about certain “off the cuff” texts he doesn’t remember writing but still explained what the texts meant. He denied that his personal anti-Trump bias affected his work because he said the texts were sent out of his “deep sense of patriotism” and nothing else.
And so F.B.I. Counter-Intelligence Agent Peter Strzok, who publicly testified last Thursday before the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees, tried to paint himself as the victim of a vast Republican conspiracy that claimed his personal bias and texts against then-candidate Donald Trump affected how he did his job in regards to his involvement in both the F.B.I.’s Hillary Clinton email investigation and Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible Russian collusion and election tampering. Going so far as to say that the hearing itself was but a rehash of Hillary’s emails and yet “another victory notch” for Vladimir Putin, Strzok insisted that his text messages regarding Hillary and Trump were nothing but “standard political opinions” that he was entitled to hold under the First Amendment. And he did so while insisting that his promise to former F.B.I. lawyer Lisa Page…whom he was having an affair with…that “we’ll find a way to stop Mr. Trump” did not mean he was biased in his approach to his job.