President Trump called it like he sees it again in a Wednesday interview with the Wall Street Journal, saying that FBI dirty cop, Peter Strzok, is guilty of treason for undermining his
Peter Strzok is emerging, along with the dossier he helped create, as the crack into which the wedge of truth is being inserted to reveal the acts of criminal political espionage being conducted by the FBI against President Trump and the citizens of America.
Now President Trump has publicly and unmistakably called out the leftists. He said in a Thursday Wall Street Journal interview that Peter Strzok has committed “treason” by texting a DOJ attorney with whom he was having an extra-marital affair with anti-Trump, seditious messages involving the taking of actions to bring down the President.
Peter Strzok was, among other things, the FBI agent who was the top “investigator” on Robert Mueller’s witch hunt team attempting to fabricate Trump – Russia collusion. He was one of those who headed the Hillary Clinton get out of jail free project, interviewed Clinton, sanitized the Comey exoneration letter and who interviewed Huma Abedin.
He indicated his extreme bias and willingness to take an active role in determining and making certain that the political course of history matched his leftist ideology, regardless of the treachery, espionage and abuse of power required to make it happen. Trump called his text message advocating an “insurance policy” against a Trump presidency “treason.”
President Trump said, “A man is tweeting to his lover that if [Democrat Hillary Clinton ] loses, we’ll essentially do the insurance policy. We’ll go to phase two and we’ll get this guy out of office. This is the FBI we’re talking about—that is treason. That is a treasonous act. What he tweeted [texted] to his lover is a treasonous act.”
Strzok’s attorney, Aitan Goelman, responded in a predictable manner, telling the Journal, “It is beyond reckless for the president of the United States to accuse Pete Strzok, a man who has devoted his entire adult life to defending this country, of treason. It should surprise no one that the president has both the facts and the law wrong.”
It’s not possible for Strzok to deny the allegations so their only option is to downplay their significance. If the House Intelligence Committee and Judiciary Committees in both the House and Senate get their teeth into this, the rest of the dominoes are lined up to fall in rapid fashion. There is no shortage of evidence, there has simply been a lack of will to prosecute.
Whether AG Jeff Sessions wants to participate in clearing out the corruption in DOJ may be irrelevant. He may be forced by public pressure to either do so or get out of the way. The latter option is preferable for many, as his continued presence in the DOJ is an invitation for the corruption to continue to be swept under the carpet and some of the perpetrators, such as his deputy Rod Rosenstein, to escape.
Thank you for reading and sharing my work – Please look for me, Rick Wells at https://www.facebook.com/RickRWells/, https://gab.ai/RickRWells, https://plus.google.com/u/0/+RickwellsUs and on my website http://RickWells.US – Please SUBSCRIBE in the right sidebar at RickWells.US, (not dot com), and also follow me on Twitter @RickRWells.