Triggered FBI agent Peter Strzok provides anti-Trump’s Twitter account; GoFundMe page seeking $150G

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Fallout from the FBI’s dismissal of Peter Strzok

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Triggered FBI agent Peter Strzok took his anti-trump rhetoric to the public on Monday, setting up an exciting Twitter account as a GoFundMe page to raise $150,000, to cover his “legal fees and lost revenue.”

Strzok, who played a major role in both the Russian interference and Hillary Clinton E-Mail-probes, but became a political lightning rod, according to the revelation of the text messages critical of trump, wasted no time blasting the administration and house Republicans in his new social media account.

“Deeply saddened by this decision,” Strzok wrote in the tweet shortly after his dismissal was announced on Monday. “It is an honor to serve my country and work with the fine men and women of the FBI.”

He attached a picture of a Declaration of its lawyers, who criticized his dismissal, saying “the FBI and the American people deserve better.” The letter criticized specifically sharp the decision, the Deputy Director of the FBI to override effectively the FBI’s internal disciplinary body, which had recommended Strzok suspended and demoted rather than terminated.


The Twitter account stated that he had established, sometime in August, but it has dropped a number of incendiary posts from more than a month.

Deeply saddened by this decision. It is an honor to serve my country and work with the fine men and women of the FBI.

— Peter Strzok (@petestrzok) August 13, 2018

A post “liked” by Strzok ‘ s account, written by humorist John Hodgman calls for President Trump a “moral monster.”

“One reason why this is so, corset is that since the election-the tactics of most of the furnishings, white dudes (on both sides) was to ignore mild, forgotten, and/or smug eye-roll-past, which was a moral monster, trump is,” Hodgman wrote.

Another tweet like Strzok, written by comedian Jim Carrey, compares Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S. C., a “vile insect.” Separately, Strzok is also a tweet of “Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill decrying approved “accomplice in treason-weasel” in the Republican party.

Strzok account a variety of other anti-Trump’s Twitter users, including Rosie O’donnell and ex-CIA Director John Brennan.

The GoFundMe account described Strzok as a “proud man” to go, despite his affair with a former FBI lawyer, lamented the “politicization” of the attacks on his service and asked for money, in a trust.


“In contrast to which, as a rule, in the focus of the party’s policy research in Washington, Pete is not politically connected, he is not a wealthy lobbyist, and he is not interested in using his fame for personal purposes,” the specified account. “Because he does not have the deep pockets that allow him to pay for the considerable legal bills he incurred to defend himself and the FBI lost cover against these political attacks, or simply the expenses of his income.”

Agent Peter Strzok was just fired from the FBI, finally. The list of bad players in the FBI & DOJ will no longer & longer. Based on the fact that Strzok was responsible for the witch hunt, will it be deleted? It is a total Hoax. No collusion, No obstacle – I only fight!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 13, 2018

After a bomb of a report by the Department of justice inspector General, bureau attorney Lisa page Strzok texted in August 2016 to ask: “[trumpet] don’t ever become President, right? Right?!”

“No. No he is not. We will finish it,” Strzok answered. He had an extramarital affair at the time with the page.

The DOJ watchdog found that Strzok, the crowd of anti-Trump texts with FBI-issued phones undermine had the FBI, the appearance of impartiality, although the IG does not determine conclusively that bias, in particular, Motivation of Strzok official actions.


In the case of a fire, hearing the beginning of this year, Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, discharged Strzok, to ask him “How often do you look so innocent in your wife in the eye and lie to her?”

Strzok actions on Twitter and GoFundMe have some recent precedent. The former FBI Director, James Comey, was fired last year, was revealed to have a secret Twitter account by the end of 2017.

And the former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who was fired in March, just days before he would have been entitled to a pension for life — is also a GoFundMe account in March. He raised more than half a million dollars before shutting down the account more than doubled its original goal of $250,000.

McCabe was fired after it was discovered that he lied to the investigators check from the office, to probe Hillary Clinton’s private E-Mail server.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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