So cor­rupt, I’m dumb-Str­zok!

Dems do their part to cover their own in hear­ing

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If the cor­rupt Democrats in the FBI and the DOJ have nothing to hide in the in­ves­ti­ga­tion of their at­tempted coup against Don­ald Trump, then why did their con­gres­sional en­ablers at­tempt to hi­jack the FBI cor­rup­tion hear­ing yes­ter­day?

Point of or­der! Point of or­der! Roll call vote! Mr. Chair­man, may the wit­ness be per­mit­ted to lie … I mean, an­swer the ques­tion! Point of par­lia­men­tary in­quiry!

Af­ter hours of “tes­ti­mony” from Peter Str­zok, the most dis­hon­est agent in the squalid his­tory of the FBI, it be­comes clear what the Mueller “in­ves­ti­ga­tion” is re­ally all about.

It’s about pro­vid­ing cover for these bent Demo­crat dirty trick­sters from the FBI to stonewall the in­ves­ti­ga­tion into their ef­fort to over­throw the duly elected govern­ment of the United States.

When­ever Str­zok said “on­go­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions,” re­place that phrase with “smear cam­paign,” “frame up” or “Demo­crat dirty tricks” and you’ll see what he re­ally meant. Here’s one of Str­zok’s many nonan­swers:

“Sir, to get into that would re­late to on­go­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions which, con­sis­tent with the de­part­ment’s pol­icy on on­go­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions … I’m not au­tho­rized to dis­cuss on­go­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions.”

In other words, he was dumb-Str­zok. It was em­bar­rass­ing, deeply cor­rod­ing to what lit­tle re­mains of the FBI’s shat­tered rep­u­ta­tion.

The FBI, you might say, has Str­zok out.

Re­mem­ber H. Paul Rico, an­other FBI gang­ster who was dragged be­fore Congress in 2002 to an­swer ques­tions about an ear­lier in­fa­mous FBI frame up, here in Bos­ton? Rico was about to be in­dicted for mur­der for a gang­land hit he or­dered in Ok­la­homa, but he was still more co­op­er­a­tive with Congress than Str­zok yes­ter­day.

Here’s how cor­rupt the FBI now is: The dis­graced Str­zok was al­lowed to de­cide him­self what evidence he would turn over in this on­go­ing probe of un­prece­dented cor­rup­tion in the FBI. In other words, he didn’t get any spe­cial treat­ment, he was han­dled ex­actly the same way the Demo­crat po­lice state han­dled Hil­lary Clin­ton and James Comey.

Do you sup­pose the FBI let, say, Paul Manafort, or Michael Flynn or Michael Co­hen de­cide what evidence they were go­ing to turn over to Robert Mueller’s 13 an­gry Democrats?

Peter Str­zok wanted to make a few things very clear yes­ter­day.

Yes, he did tell his mar­ried girl­friend that he could “SMELL” (his cap­i­tal let­ters) Trump sup­port­ers in south­ern Vir­ginia, but he didn’t mean it.

Yes, he did tell his gal­pal that Trump sup­port­ers in Loudoun County, Va., were “ig­no­rant hill­bil­lies,” but he didn’t mean it.

He said he’s telling the truth — now — and he’s re­ally not at all bi­ased against SMELLY ig­no­rant hill­bil­lies, but how do we know he “means” it?

“Those opin­ions,” he said smugly, un­der oath, “were ex­pressed out of deep pa­tri­o­tism and an un­yield­ing be­lief in our great Amer­i­can democ­racy.”

What the cor­rupt FIB, I mean FBI, and their fel­low Demo­crat dirty trick­sters in the Jus­tice De­part­ment tried to do was first rig the 2016 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion and then, af­ter that failed, tried to frame the new pres­i­dent.

Ask your­self this: Why don’t the Democrats want to get to the bot­tom of this scan­dal that makes Water­gate look like a spit­ball? A scan­dal with ac­tual evidence and smok­ing guns, un­like the Rus­sian collusion hoax.

Peter Str­zok is an ar­ro­gant, pam­pered puke who brags about his “26 years of de­fend­ing our nation.”

De­fend­ing our nation? Sharp­en­ing pen­cils, shuf­fling pa­pers and chasing Lisa Page around the desk is de­fend­ing our nation? Who knew?

“The FBI has a cul­ture,” Str­zok said. “Look at the en­tirety of the or­ga­ni­za­tion.”

Does it ever. In Bos­ton, we know all about the “cul­ture” of the FBI — not just Rico, but Zip Con­nolly, Vino Mor­ris, Agent Orange, Clo­herty, Doc Gianturco. Ste­vie Flemmi said last month the gangsters here in Bos­ton were pay­ing off at least seven agents in the Bos­ton of­fice.

Seven FBI agents be­ing bribed … in one of­fice! As we con­sider the cor­rup­tion that is now be­ing re­vealed in these cur­rent hear­ings, do you know what the best way is to de­scribe the old Ri­coCon­nolly days in Bos­ton?

The good old days.

DIG­GING IN: FBI Deputy As­sis­tant Di­rec­tor Peter Str­zok pre­pares to tes­tify be­fore the the House Com­mit­tees on the Ju­di­ciary and Over­sight and Govern­ment Re­form yes­ter­day.



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