In Re Strzok

Read the full article, plus the embedded links.

Mister Rate’s got some advice for Agent Strzok, starting about 00:28 below:

12 responses to “In Re Strzok

  1. “His misconduct has sent shock waves through Washington because in July 2016, just days after closing the Clinton email case he led, Strzok signed the document that opened the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. ”

    Right. DC is shocked to find high level partisan apparatchocks acting like immorral political hacks. The omly shocking news is that his mistress isnt a twelve year old. Fuck DC and evryone in it

    • Randall Flagg

      I’ll second that.

      All those in favor, say ‘aye.’

      It’s unanimous; the ‘aye’s have it.

  2. RIP Strzok
    There, fixed it for ya.

  3. Red in OleVirginny

    Uh oh. This guy just became a liability.Lets play a fun game. Everyone pick a number – I pick 44. 44 days before the clinton crime family takes him out. What number do you pick?
    Red in OleVirginny

  4. nothing will happen.

    they all have stay-out-of-jail cards, countersigned

    by all of them. I’ll make it simple for you:

    if Clinton goes down,

    so does Trump.

  5. I say 6. The Clintons don’t have 44 days.


    Another member of the Famous But Incompetent who will soon succumb to the dreaded Arkansas Influenza.

  7. Penny Pincher

    I am struck by Strzok’s resemblance to the “shirtless FBI agent” Fred Humphries in the Petraeus/Broadwell/Kelley affair. I don’t think it’s the same guy, because Strzok’s chin is pointier and it looked like Humphries had a more receding hairline, but in this age of “crisis actors” being recycled in more than one disaster’s “coverage” I just wondered for a minute. The link for the Humphries pics:

  8. That’s Levon Helm, drummer from The Band. FYI

  9. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.