Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity.Peter Strzok, FBI agent.
Gee, man, G-Man.
He, too, played an important role in the Hillary Clinton email “investigation.”
Comedy—were it not gravely serious.
And Mr. Strzok was recently outed from the Mueller investigation team for anti-Trump comments.
Pay particular attention to Vision; Mission; Priorities; and Core Values.
Then consider Mr. Strzok’s service.
He was not “biased”—the word of choice by media.
He is a traitor.
He was party to the sweep of Clinton’s crimes.
He worked against President Trump.
And God knows what else this guy has done.
A day ago James Comey (@Comey) tweeted …
I want the American people to know this truth: The FBI is honest. The FBI is strong. And the FBI is, and always will be, independent.
No, Mr. Comey.
You and Mr. Strzok were the FBI. In fact, at the top of the FBI. Honest does not describe either of you or your service. And surely you enjoyed plenty of company.
Therefore, the FBI is not strong. And there is not public confidence the FBI is independent.
How can public trust be restored?
Well, it’s not going to happen overnight.
But criminal charges and proceedings for Clinton; Lynch (Loretta); Comey; Strzok; et al. will be a respectable start.
“Leadership” defines any outfit.
Tone from the top.
So until proved otherwise, the FBI is dishonest, weak, and (for all we know and can logically conclude to date) a criminal enterprise operating against America.
That, Mr. Comey and Mr. Strzok, is the damn disturbing, sickening truth.
President Trump, Sir, quite a challenge yours to restore fidelity, bravery, and integrity.
Promote, today, the (now stained by default) honest, strong, and independent amongst the FBI ranks.
Like trying to find a pony, they’re in there somewhere.