Why Was the FBI Advising Peter Strzok to Not Answer Questions?

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Lover boy Peter Strzok, the former deputy chief of counterintelligence at the FBI, went up to Capitol Hill Wednesday to lie about his roles in the Clinton and Trump-Russia investigations. While admitting he didn’t like President Trump, he said it didn’t bias him at all.

The FBI was present during the testimony to protect him. They did more to silence him than his personal lawyer. Why?

During the presidential campaign, Strzok bashed Trump daily while at work, but we are supposed to believe he separated his hate out of his decisions. We are to believe that even though his decisions were to exonerate a guilty Hillary and rush the Trump-Russia collusion probe.

FBI PROTECTS STRZOK

FBI lawyers instructed Peter Strzok during a congressional deposition on Wednesday not to answer “many, many questions” about his involvement in the Hillary Clinton and Russia investigations. The was according to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte.

“Unfortunately the FBI counsel in the room has instructed Mr. Strzok not to answer many, many questions, and that’s going to be a serious problem moving forward,” Goodlatte told Fox News’ Martha MacCallum. “So we will be raising questions with the FBI and the Department of Justice about why it is that their counsel is instructing Mr. Strzok not to answer questions.”

What???

Rep. Goodlatte also said he found Strzok’s answers “unbelievable.”

Strzok was the top investigator on Crossfire Hurricane. That was the FBI investigation into possible collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and the Russian government. The agent served on the special counsel’s investigation until July 2017. He was transferred when his text messages were discovered by the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General. On June 21, he was stripped of his security clearances and escorted out of the FBI building.

Strzok, the former deputy chief of counterintelligence at the FBI, testified for more than 10 hours.

Agent Strzok did testify he had nothing to do with the FISA warrant on Carter Page. Who did, remains a mystery.

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cali
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cali
5 years ago

The appearance of Peter Strzok was a waste of time and opposite what his own attorney promised: Answer ever question the committee members have without pleading the 5th.

Strzok is the player that connects the whole espionage against candidate and then president Trump. He was the go-between the HRC email investigation, the Weiner laptop saga he hid for 4 weeks and the Mueller investigation of Trump.

Strzok provided his services to the Hussein gang in the white house, the players and agents working with MI6, CIA, Brennan, Lynch and the rest.
He is the main player in the development of the coup-t-etat against president Trump on behalf of the deep state and the white house/HRC et al.

He is one of the worst criminally corrupt agent/counterterrorism agent with dual loyalties. I would not be surprised if he himself had dealing with Putin’s own deep state. Brennan after all travelled to Moscow to meet with various shady deep state figures there. Trust me when I say that Putin is fighting his own deep state.
One example: the uranium one sale that did not involve Putin but rather his deep state within Rosatom.
This uranium was smuggled via Pakistan to Syria and Iran and NK with the intent to frame Putin in the future for a nuke attack on the American people.

Always remember: “They thought she would not lose”!
The plan was as soon as she entered the white house to engineer a nuke attack on America via NK and/or Syria framing Putin as the aggressor and culprit ergo their planned declaration of WWIII against Russia.
These are the little details kept from the American people. Dead Americans were thought to be just collateral by the deep state via Hillary that did not matter.

That’s how evil they are as captured in the designed plan titled “The 16 years plan to destroy America”!

Take that into consideration to put together the puzzle that a HRC white house agenda of a HRC !

comradewhoopie
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comradewhoopie
5 years ago

I’m surprised that he didn’t bring ‘attorney girlfriend’ along to the hearing.

Greg
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Greg
5 years ago

The Democrats may want to dismiss all this but there is certainly plenty of evidence of a web (Indeed Deep State) that traces back to the unclassified FISA report when the NSA realized inappropriate unmasking was done. It was HIS audit that found it was the FBI themselves who were guilty of violations. So, Wray can say “we take seriously” all he wants, but it was the same FBI that included the Five cohorts who just may have made up the “secret society”. To be so nonchalant about it gives more credence that Wray is, in fact, Not taking it seriously.

Either Gowdy, Jordan, Gaetz, Ratcliffe, DeSantis or others should create an outline from that FISA report until the time Mueller was selected. Many internet sleuths have created an outline that is highly suspicious. Sharyl Attkinson has one

https://sharylattkisson.com/2018/06/17/collusion-against-trump-timeline/

And another one:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cialWWJ907vV3b9HPS2lhEspZh0WoPHqixUuKed_hFI/edit

Greg
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Greg
5 years ago

Rosenstein was asked about his “extortion” comment and attempted to walk it back. He says he didn’t mean it in a “criminal” sense. When he made that remark it wasn’t innocuous as he now tries to convey. He was called out, “as a Prosecutor” and should have known better.

Greg
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Greg
5 years ago

WHAT THE HELL!! Rosenstein says he did NOT write the “scope” letter in the Mueller investigation. He’s in charge but didn’t write it. How can one “supervise” an investigation if he doesn’t set the parameters.

V.Lombardi
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V.Lombardi
5 years ago
Reply to  Greg

I am not an attorney as you are, it seems to me he is answering to protect himself, that he did not actually write the letter. But, it is his letter.

Greg
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Greg
5 years ago
Reply to  V.Lombardi

I’m in no way an attorney. I Am an avid reader and attempt to learn all that relates to a subject of concern.