FBI Agent Strzok Was Escorted Out Of FBI Building

In the aftermath of the publication of the Inspector General's report on FBI abuse, if there was one thing that was made abundantly clear, it was that FBI special agent Peter Strzok - who was in charge of the Clinton email investigation and then probed Trump for "Russian collusion" while texting his lover Lisa Page that "we'll stop" Trump from becoming president -  was acting out of pure, political bias and anger at Clinton's loss. It was certainly not lost on Trump, who made his feelings on the subject abundantly clear on twitter:

  • Comey gave Strozk his marching orders. Mueller is Comey’s best friend. Witch Hunt! (source)
  • “The highest level of bias I’ve ever witnessed in any law enforcement officer.” Trey Gowdy on the FBI’s own, Peter Strzok. Also remember that they all worked for Slippery James Comey and that Comey is best friends with Robert Mueller. A really sick deal, isn’t it? (source)
  • The IG Report totally destroys James Comey and all of his minions including the great lovers, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who started the disgraceful Witch Hunt against so many innocent people. It will go down as a dark and dangerous period in American History! (source)
  • FBI Agent Peter Strzok, who headed the Clinton & Russia investigations, texted to his lover Lisa Page, in the IG Report, that “we’ll stop” candidate Trump from becoming President. Doesn’t get any lower than that! (source)

And while Lisa Page had the wits to quit shortly before the publication of the OIG report, Strzok did not and in fact was still employed at the time of the report's publication last Thursday. But maybe not much longer because as CNN first reported, Strzok was escorted out of the FBI building on Friday, even though he is still technically employed and, as we reported some time ago, he has been stationed in Human Resources since dismissal from Mueller team.

Shortly after the report, Strzok's attorney confirmed the report saying that Strzok was escorted from the building amid an internal review of his conduct.

"Pete has steadfastly played by the rules and respected the process, and yet he continues to be the target of unfounded personal attacks, political games and inappropriate information leaks," his attorney Aitan Goelman said in a statement.

It gets better: in the layer letter, attorney Goelman writes that "Pete has steadfastly played by the rules and respected the process, and yet he continues to be the target of unfounded personal attacks, political games and inappropriate information leaks."

But wait, it gets even better, because in the very next line Strzok's attorney complains about the "impartiality of the disciplinary process, which now appears tainted by political influence." Yes, this coming from the "impartial" and "unbiased" FBI agent who led a failed coup against the president, vowing to "stop" Trump, an act which in another time would have much more serious consequences than simple termination and being expelled from the FBI. 

And speaking of that, the lawyer next complained that "instead of publicly calling for a long-serving FBI agent to be summarily fired, politicians should allow the disciplinary process to play out free from political pressure." We are confident that everyone will be very interested in watching the "impartial" disciplinary process play out fully in the coming months.

Goelman's conclusion: "Despite being put through a highly questionable process, Pete has complied with every FBI procedure, including being escorted from the building as part of the ongoing internal proceedings." It was not clear how Pete could not have complied with being escorted from the building but we'll leave it at that.

While Strzok's career at the FBI now finally appears over (with possible disciplinary consequences to follow), many questions remain including some revelations made later in day by the Inspector General Horowitz, who during a hearing on Tuesday said that he's no longer convinced the FBI was collecting all of Strzok's and Page's text messages even outside the 5-month blackout period when it archived none of the texts due to a technical "glitch", which means a number of other Strzok responses to Page likely missing.

Most importantly however, Horowitz ended an MSM talking point, clarifying that "we did NOT find no bias in regard to the October 2016 events." Strzok's choice to make pursuing the Russia espionage case a bigger priority than reopening the Clinton espionage case suggested "that was a BIASED decision." In other words, as we noted last week, Strzok was clearly biased in his pursuit of Trump and dismissal of Clinton: a perversion of the entire FBI process.

There were were serious "hot takes" as well, including this one:

To all this, all we can add is that while there is still zero evidence that Trump "colluded" with Russian, Strzok's expulsion from the FBI building is sufficient proof that the FBI was engaged in what effectively amounts to collusion, if not conspiracy, against a democratically elected US president.


IridiumRebel Tue, 06/19/2018 - 17:55 Permalink

“...an act which in another time would have much more serious consequences(read: treason and death penalty) than simple termination and being expelled from the FBI.”



Leave your badge and gun and then go fuck yourself.



Cognitive Dissonance fauxhammer Tue, 06/19/2018 - 17:59 Permalink

Scapegoat named and executed. Everyone back to work.....undermining the Republic.

<You didn't really think anyone of significance in the deep state would hang for this....did you? The (heavily edited and diluted) IG report showed once and for all the primary goal of the deep state, to control all for the benefit of the few, will not be derailed by morals, justice or "We the People".>

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Chupacabra-322 847328_3527 Tue, 06/19/2018 - 18:27 Permalink

Investigations, probes.?


Nothing short of












Execution for Crimes Against Humanity & Crimes Against the American People will suffice.


You would think the Criminal Law Enforcement Agencies would want to get back to good standing with the American People. However, whatever trust, loyalty & respect the American People had for them has been squandered.

And, they only have themselves to blame for not arresting, indicting, enprisoning & Executing Pure Evil War Criminal Treasonous Seditious Psychopath Hillary Clinton and others.


Fuck Them!


And, their


Tyrannical Lawlessness.



Section 2381: Treason

Section 2382: Misprision of treason

Section 2383: Rebellion or insurrection

Section 2384: Seditious conspiracy

Section 2385: Advocating overthrow of Government


It’s absolute, complete, open in your Face Tyrannical Lawlessness.


We’re at and in that Historic moment in time.


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A Sentinel wadalt Wed, 06/20/2018 - 00:55 Permalink

He’s an absolute pussy omega she-male dousche-bag.

Strock would fold like a sheet of gold foil: the slightest pressure and he’d sing like a damned primo.

Have you ever been in a room when an opera singer lets loose and sings an aria? It’s shockingly loud. I just stared slack-jawed thinking “a human can make that sound and that loud?!?”

Squeeze strock even a teensy bit and it’d be like that.

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J. Peasemold G… A Sentinel Wed, 06/20/2018 - 01:44 Permalink

As I noted in previous threads I don't believe a percussive projectile thrower delivery device via anal insertion will be the disposal method of choice, although the idea of 'assisted' suicide by sitting on a loaded upright firearm is rather novel and may become the talk of the town in Arkencide. Cocked and shooting a load with one in the chamber takes on a whole new shade of respectability for the 'agency' wetworkers.

But as I also noted the reason for the HR placement was not just to keep an eye on the pawn or to help achieve pension rights. His real task, now completed, was to compromise incriminating data in the company files under the guise of performing 'HR' duties. The highly theatrical 'escorted march' out the building is always a great cover story and useful in misdirecting attention away from the real goings on. I do feel sorry for groups such as Judicial Watch who do a sterling job, who will never see the real, if any, communications and documents when they lodge FOIA requests on HR matters relating to the 'lovers' or the cronies in the HRC lovefest/Trump 'Redski meddle' distraction.

J. Peasemold Gruntfuttock


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Adolfsteinbergovitch p4424119 Wed, 06/20/2018 - 04:37 Permalink

Funny that you modified your completely unexplainable salary number through my last comment. You really are an imbecile by any measure. That's the only thing that sticks.

Now even your actual number is still a tad too high to be honest. Why not telling things like they are, namely that the poor schmucks doing online porn for you never get paid and leave in disgust after the first month?

This would explain why you need to advertise over and over again to quickly fill the vacant positions due to high turnover, another sure sign of quality...

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Twee Surgeon rbg81 Tue, 06/19/2018 - 20:39 Permalink

"Despite being put through a highly questionable process, Pete has complied with every FBI procedure ."

Get a good Lawyer and they can build a friendly face on Sedition ?

Now it's 'Pete', the friendly down home guy that used his position to try to Nobble an Election and a Government ?

He will be in magazines doing a BBQ with crippled children from the orphanage next. Pictures by the pool with a Cripple.

Pete, St Pete, is his Lawyer joking or something ? This guy has made himself an historical figure in future American history, if their is any. Unfuckingbeleivable to be honest. Fuck me! The people in the Goobermint can't possibly be this Stupid, can they ?

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Adolfsteinbergovitch p4424119 Tue, 06/19/2018 - 23:41 Permalink

So you finally fixed your typos but you still aren't professional enough to look into the details of your fake ad. I guess it all comes up to the level of intellect that is required to do the job which I do not wish to discuss, for I just had lunch. 

$24551 @85/h gives roughly 290 hours of porno work per month. Man if that's not milking people like cows then what is this? 

Are you one of these Jewish porn moguls? 

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Offthebeach The_Juggernaut Tue, 06/19/2018 - 22:10 Permalink

Hey, he was just THE HEAD OF COUNTERINTELLIGENCE.  Not just "a agent", the head,  chief domestic spy.  And, as if he shouldn't be busy enough, what with those people who we will never know their true motives, stabbing, running over, pressure cooker bombing, van truck and car bombing, mowing down fags. ...nope he's got time to text like a ADD 14 year old girl...AND...heroically whitewash, sheep dip the Secretary of State, Presidential Canklecandidate.  Himself personally do the investigate. Yup,  The big guy, corner office, G5 Gulfstream on call 24/7, body guards.  He stoops to do the leg work. Dusted off his Colt .38, Put on the fedora. Yup.  Superman.  If only Hoover was alive.  Oh, oh( I close fist punch my forehead.  Twice )  He ALSO has time to investigate DJT too!  O-M-(fkn) God! Where do we get these men? Head of counterintel.  Texting like a Jap schoolgirl on meth, clears Hillary of Rose Law firm, and finds Russians in Trumps tighty whiteys. And now, like something out of a Greek tragedy,  we( I'm starting to tear up ) we...we cast him out!  Oh the humanity!

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