Tuesday, November 28, 2023

MSNBC Brings on Peter Strzok to Vouch for FBI’s Integrity

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In an effort to restore the reputation of the embattled Federal Bureau of Investigation after its militarized Mar-a-Lago raid, the enablers at MSNBC brought on former FBI agent and never-Trumper Peter Strzok to remind Americans of his institutions greatness, Legal Insurrection reported.

Strzok, who is famous for his involvement in the Russia hoax designed to undermine former President Donald Trump from the start, defended the integrity of the FBI on his belief that it has always been and always will be beyond partisan politics.

“Absolutely the American public should trust what the FBI is doing,” the hopeless Strzok told MSNBC.

“It’s not that the FBI is targeting any one side or the other. What you see is the FBI going out on a day-in, day-out basis objectively investigating allegations of law.”

The tone-deaf segment revealed just how out of touch the swamp is with normal Americans, who have long recognized that the FBI and the larger intelligence industrial complex has no interest in even attempting to act “objectively.”

In contrast to the treatment of former President Trump, the FBI hardly inquired into Hillary Clinton‘s email scandal, in which she quite obviously violated the law.

This fact has not been lost on Americans, who were quick to point out Strzok’s blatant partisanship.

Clinton, of course, was never subjected to dramatic searches or FBI raids.

Clinton’s establishment comrades in the White House finally broke their silence on the raids this week, with Vice President Kamala Harris laughing her way through a statement condemning Americans for questioning law enforcement after years of praising BLM riots.

The FBI’s blatant double-standard and overt partisanship also held true for the crack-addict, law-dodging son of President Joe Biden, who instead of a raid from the FBI for his documented misdeeds, received a ride on Air Force One.

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