Peter Strzok Wants His Bureau Job Returned — With Back Pay

Disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok filed a lawsuit in D.C. District Court on Tuesday, demanding the Justice Department hand his job back, along with every penny he’s owed in back pay. From the time he was fired by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in August 2018, until now.

Strzok has the nerve to claim, as CNN relates, that he was only fired “because of political pressure on the FBI from President Donald Trump.” Simply because “he criticized Trump and made political comments in text messages in 2016.”

Grand inquisitor Robert Mueller was forced to remove Strzok from the Trump-Russia witch hunt, in the summer of 2017, when a Department of Justice investigation revealed thousands of politically biased and incriminating text messages that Strzok exchanged with his adulterous lover, Lisa Page. Page would later throw him under the bus in closed door Congressional hearings.

Page was so eager to spill her guts to Congress, that her assigned lawyer couldn’t mute her microphone fast enough. Many of her answers “flatly contradicted the sworn testimony of her FBI lover, Peter Strzok.”

The biggest bombshell she dropped was to suggest that congressional investigators call in “those who interviewed Clinton,” to find out if “their notes and testimony match up to the document Strzok used to brief then-FBI director James Comey.” Page is convinced that they won’t.

Strzok was the man in charge of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s secret email server, working within the system to ensure that Hillary was cleared of all charges. He personally drafted the final memo.

The investigators recommended Hillary be charged with “gross negligence,” which is a crime. Strzok’s version of the report watered the phrase down to “extreme carelessness,” which is not a crime. Not based on evidence, but based on Strzok’s own personal opinion.

Strzok’s lawyers craft his discrimination arguments around the supposition that the Justice Department “illegally released his intended-to-be-private text messages to the media, in violation of his right to privacy.”

The reason he wants those to be tossed out is because the thousands of text messages show just how biased he is. Strzok, Page, and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe “schemed together to plot the collusion probe as an ‘insurance policy’ should Hillary Clinton unthinkably lose the election.”

He forgets that Page and him, along with other high ranking DOJ officials, personally leaked false information to the press, which was used to substantiate the Christopher Steele “dirty dossier” to the FISA court, in order to obtain wiretaps against an opposition political candidate. Every bit of that is totally illegal. Who was watching the watchers? Nobody. What Barack Obama’s flunkies did to “weaponize” the Justice Department makes Watergate look like the third-rate burglary it really was.

Right about the time President Trump was being sworn into office, Strzok and Page conspired together to intentionally leak a story that “Trump aides had multiple contacts with Russian intelligence.”

Andrew McCabe specifically told Reince Priebus that “he knew it wasn’t true.” When Priebus wanted to tell that to the public, James Comey overruled it, calling Priebus to explain, “the FBI couldn’t publicly shoot down the story.”

The next day’s liberal headlines show the press was told about the backlash. CNN released a “breaking” story that the White House was “pressuring the FBI” into suppressing the leaked reports.

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Despite all this, Strzok comes up with a wildly speculative discrimination claim. His lawyers write in their pleadings that his firing amounts to “viewpoint discrimination” as part of a “broader campaign against the very principle of free speech underlying the First Amendment, initiated and led by a President.”

To Strzok’s attorneys, it is “indisputable that his termination was a result of President Trump’s unrelenting retaliatory campaign of false information, attacks and direct appeals to top officials.” In a statement to the press, Attorney Aitan Goelman believes, “in bowing to the President’s desires, FBI leaders trampled Pete’s free speech and due process rights.”

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