The fact that FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok is still employed is a lightning rod collecting criticism for those that have allowed him to remain employed. This has turned into a bi-partisan issue with critics from both sides of the aisle. The latest text messages that were revealed show a level of bias and intent that has no place within the FBI. You think that the bias was limited to Peter Strzok and Lisa Page? You are wrong, and the number of other FBI agents are also under a cloud from remarks that they have made. Where will this end?
As Written and Reported By Allahpundit for Hot Air:
I don’t understand why he wasn’t showed the door the day the IG discovered the “we’ll stop it” text. Whether he actually did anything to stop Trump is key for investigative purposes but beside the point for employment purposes. The mere appearance of impropriety in having a federal official on the Clinton/Trump beat talking about “stopping” one presidential candidate is so foul that you have to fumigate. Step one is Strzok finding a new career.
Even an anti-Trumper as hardcore as David French, who nearly ran against POTUS in 2016 to try to split the right, is demanding a pink slip here.
The defense that Strzok didn’t actually stop Trump isn’t all that relevant to the problem of intent. There is more than enough reason to terminate him and place every single one of his actions under the highest degree of scrutiny. Transparency is absolutely vital.
— David French (@DavidAFrench) June 14, 2018
Is there any doubt Lee Doren is correct here?
Imagine if a high-ranking FBI agent said the FBI would stop Obama in 2008. The Press would go insane.
— Lee Doren (@LDoren) June 14, 2018
WAIT! THERE IS EVEN MORE HERE KEEP READING: Why hasn’t Peter Strzok been fired yet?