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Disgraced FBI Agent Peter Strzok’s New Twitter Profile is Very Telling

Pretty pathetic.

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Conservatives cheered this week as the news broke that Peter Strzok, the adulterous FBI agent against whom there is very damning evidence that he personally tried to stop Trump’s election in 2016, as well as personally botched the Clinton email investigation.

Strzok first came into the national spotlight when texts between him and his lover, ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page, were uncovered in which the couple appeared to be trying to find a way to prevent Trump’s election and secure the Presidency for Hillary Clinton.

While there was no direct smoking gun, Strzok’s testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, where he was grilled by Republicans and adoringly praised by Democrats, laid out his very suspicious involvement with both the Clinton email investigation and the inception of the Russia election meddling investigation, which both seem to reflect the blatant anti-Trump bias reflected in his tweets to his lover, Page.

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In case there was any doubt that Strzok, who was finally fired from the FBI on Monday, was a far-left, raging progressive, his new Twitter profile confirmed what we already knew.

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The Daily Wire reports:

Strzok’s legal team confirmed that his account was real, which shows that he follows all left-wing accounts, including hate-monger Amy Siskind, Pod Save America host and Crooked Media founder Jon Lovett, Vox founder Ezra Klein, conspiracy theorist Scott Dworkin, former bus driver turned White House aide Tommy Vietor, former White House official and documented liar Ben Rhodes, Rosie O’Donnell, and Jim Carrey.

This is a virtual whos-who of anti-Trump progressives pushing the Russia narrative, and do little to refute the claims made against Strzok.

As for his activity on Twitter, it’s no less revealing:

Strzok “liked” a tweet that demonized Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) by comparing him to a “vile insect” and a tweet that called the GOP “complicit treason-weasels” and said Trump was an “illegitimate ‘President.'”

Strzok has only tweeted once so far, writing that it was “an honor to serve my country,” and then including a link to a Go Fund Me page asking for donations.

So not only is he a blatantly biased, possibly criminal and definitely corrupt former member of the nation’s top law-enforcement agency that now stands with a sullied reputation in part due to Strzok’s conduct, he’s also pretty pathetic.

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Businesses Should Require Vax Proof from Customers, Says NIH Director

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Unrepentant YouTube Decides to Suspend Mainstream News Channel Over ‘Misinformation’

The barons of the Information Revolution are no less corrupt than those of the Industrial Revolution before them.

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