Deep State FBI Agent Peter Strzok Identified

The picture of deep state operative FBI agent Peter Strzok was published by Fox News.

Strzok was dismissed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team over the summer because he sent anti-Trump texts to his FBI lawyer girlfriend.

According to news reports, the texts also show he is a Hillary Clinton supporter.

In addition to being a former member of Mueller’s team, Strzok led the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s home-based email system.

Strozk is also given credit for changing former FBI Director James Comey’s conclusion about Clinton’s handling of State Department emails from “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless.”

Fox News reports:

Now there’s a face to go with the name of the biased FBI operative at the center of multiple probes and controversies dogging the Trump administration.

Fox News has obtained a photo of Peter Strzok, the longtime FBI deputy fired by Special Counsel Robert Mueller over his bias against President Trump. Strzok (pronounced “Struck”), was sacked by Mueller after electronic messages he reportedly sent to a colleague emerged, but not before he played key roles in the probes swirling around Trump.

Fox News continues:

Strzok’s messages were reportedly not only anti-Trump, but also pro-Hillary. That has raised the ire of critics because, prior to joining Mueller’s probe, he made edits to Comey’s speech exonerating Hillary Clinton.

The language being edited was important because classified material that’s been mishandled for “gross negligence” calls for criminal consequences, analysts point out.

Strzok’s bias and involvement in the high profile cases involving President Trump and Hillary Clinton exposes the political bias at the FBI and undermines the credibility of Mueller’s investigation.

 

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