Peter Strzok Fired From FBI
Peter Strzok at a hearing before the House of Representatives on July 12th.
Peter Strzok has officially been fired from the FBI. He had been the subject of intense controversy after the revelations of SMS criticizing Donald Trump, exchanged during the presidential campaign with his mistress.
This is one of the beasts of Donald Trump and his Republican allies. FBI agent Peter Strzok has been the subject of 22 mentions on Twitter by the US president since December 2017, a series of unprecedented attacks by the “commander in chief” against a member of the prestigious “Federal Bureau of Investigation”. His crime? Having sent several messages to Lisa Page, his mistress and colleague, in which he did not hide his dislike for candidate Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. “He is not going to be president, right? Hey? “, She wrote in a text sent late at night in August 2016.” No. No. We will stop it, “said Peter Strzok. This message in particular aroused the ire of the president’s friends, who saw evidence of a plot hatched by the FBI to sink Donald Trump. This Monday, the agent Strzok was finally dismissed by the FBI, indicates the American press.
Donald Trump was quick to congratulate himself on this dismissal. “Agent Peter Strzok has just been fired from the FBI -finally. The list of bad actors within the FBI and the Ministry of Justice continues to grow. Since Strzok was in charge of the Witch Hunt, will she stop? It’s a complete lie. No collusion, no obstruction – I’m just fighting back! “, The president wrote on Twitter. The “Witches Hunt” is a reference to the investigation into the role of Russia in the 2016 election, led by Robert Mueller. Constable Strzok was involved for a while, before being dismissed after Special Prosecutor Mueller learned of messages between the two lovers.
The exact reason for the dismissal was not specified immediately. Constable Strzok’s attorney told the New York Times that he found the procedure improper.
Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, dubbed “FBI lovers” by Donald Trump, exchanged many messages during the presidential campaign.