Watching disgraced traitor Peter Strzok as he prances around on a book tour right before the 2020 presidential election is infuriating. Strzok was one of the founding members of the anti-Trump #Resistance four years ago when he sought to frame a presidential candidate and later a sitting president on fabricated Russian collusion charges. In a nation where justice exists, Peter Strzok wouldn’t be on a book tour right now. He participated in an illegal and treasonous coup to remove a sitting president – and the elites are rewarding him for his actions with a book contract and 15 minutes of fame.
In fairness, some of us tried pretty hard to get Barack Obama removed from office. The big difference, however, is that folks on the right wanted Obama removed fair-and-square. We didn’t have to make up conspiracy theories to try to frame Obama, because he was committing high crimes and misdemeanors all over the place.
There were ample grounds to impeach him. Obama deliberately sold guns to a Mexican drug cartel in Operation Fast & Furious; those guns got several Americans, scores of French citizens (at the Bataclan Nightclub massacre) and thousands of Mexicans killed, according to former Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA). Obama weaponized the IRS against Tea Party and Christian groups to secure his 2012 reelection.
The Obama 2012 campaign took in approximately $1 billion in untraceable and illegal campaign contributions through PayPal. Where’d that money come from? China? Russia? We’ll never know.
According to the New York Times, Obama spent taxpayer money to offer signing bonuses to every foreign fighter who enlisted with ISIS in Syria. He sent pallets of cash to Iran without a vote from Congress. Take your pick. There were plenty of very real scandals that could have been used to lawfully remove Obama from the presidency. We could never convince the eunuchs in the Republican Party to pull the trigger and impeach Obama.
Since the political left controls most of the agencies in permanent Washington, they don’t have to go through the niceties of following the law. Peter Strzok had carte blanche from James Comey to make up any “facts” necessary to take down Donald Trump. He didn’t have to follow the law, respect the civil rights of an incoming presidential team or even keep records of what he was doing.
Strzok even gets to write his own version of the history now. Badly. Strzok, assuming that he wrote the book himself, writes like a seventh grader who has gone loopy with a thesaurus, hoping that if he uses big enough words it will convince the teacher that he knows what he’s talking about. Strzok writes:
“On July 8 (2017), I stood on a gray-carpeted aisle running the length of the cubicles in the Special Counsel’s Office, watching cable news break into programming to announce a New York Times report that Donald Trump Jr., along with Manafort and Jared Kushner, had met a group of Russians – among them Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Kremlin-connected lawyer – at Trump Tower in New York in June 2016… The media report was the first we’d heard of the meeting, and we couldn’t know how much more explosive this revelation would prove to be.”
Uh huh. Snore.
Conveniently, Peter Strzok never mentions in his account of the historical record that Veselnitskaya was an employee of Fusion GPS. She had a briefing lunch with Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS the day before she went to Trump Tower, and a de-briefing lunch the day after. The whole thing was a set-up to put a Russian operative in a hotel room with a bunch of Trump campaign people. While she was there, the entire 5-minute conversation never touched on the campaign or “Russian dirt” on Hillary; the meeting had to do with adoption rules.
July 8, 2017 was almost three months into the Mueller witch hunt – and they still had nothing. The Fusion GPS setup meeting, which the Mueller team only learned about from the New York Times, was the first time Strzok and Mueller’s team managed to connect anyone from the Trump campaign with an actual Russian.
Strzok’s book is filled with similar omissions that conveniently help to support his narrative of the facts. It’s all very disheartening.
The FBI sent 15 agents to Bubba Wallace’s NASCAR garage the same day that a “noose” was reported there. It’s been four years since the Russian collusion coup attempt.
Peter Strzok is on a book tour. His homewrecking former girlfriend Lisa Page is now employed at CNN. Bruce Ohr is still employed at the Department of Justice, to this day. James Comey is now writing a second book, which he’ll be paid another million bucks for. The fact that they are all still so in-your-face after illegally trying to take down a sitting president tells us everything we need to know: Attorney General Bill Barr won’t be arresting any of these people. They’re too calm and brazen. They know they’re going to get away scot-free.