FBI Lovebird Peter Strzok Claims he will Respond to Trump’s “Attacks”
Disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok has vowed to respond to President Trump’s “attacks” on him, writing in tweeting that he will have “more to say” in the future.
The Washington Times points out that late Thursday evening, Strzok wrote on Twitter, “I will have a great deal more to say about the president’s attacks on those with responsibility for holding him accountable. America deserves better.”
2/2 I will have a great deal more to say about the president’s attacks on those with responsibility for holding him accountable.
America deserves better. https://t.co/ywx5R07fOi
— Peter Strzok (@petestrzok) February 7, 2020
Accompanying the tweet from Strzok was a statement from his attorney titan Goelman, who wrote that President Trump launched an “unhinged attack” on his client.
Peter Strzok, a patriotic career counterintelligence agent whose conduct in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election has been vindicated by two independent IG investigations, today found himself targeted by his President in yet another unhinged attack….
— AITAN GOELMAN (@AitanGoelman) February 7, 2020
Strzok’s comments came shortly after President Trump called him and his lover, Lisa Page “lowlifes” and “FBI lovers” during a speech celebrating his impeachment acquittal yesterday.
Referencing Strzok and Page, Trump said yesterday, “‘There’s no way he gets elected,’ meaning me. ‘I’m afraid we can’t take the risk.’ Now think of this, in other words, if I get elected, they can’t, they, two lowlifes, they can’t take the risk. They can’t take the risk. Think of it. And that’s where it came up, the greatest word of all ‘insurance policy.'”
He continued, calling some of those in the FBI the “crookedest, most dishonest, dirtiest people” he’s ever seen.
“They said, this is Strzok: ‘God, Hillary should win 100 million to one.’ This is about me, this is an agent from the FBI. Look how they let her off. Thirty-three thousand emails deleted. Nothing happens to her. Nothing happens. It’s unbelievable,” the President said.
Both Strzok and Page worked for the FBI and were assigned to both the Clinton e-mail probe and the Trump-Russia investigation.
Page resigned from the FBI in May of 2018 and Strzok was fired in August of 2018. Both are currently suing the Department of Justice and the FBI.
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