Did CNN Just Throw Strzok To The Wolves?

Peter Strzok was a name that you had never heard of until the Russia collusion story began to turn toward the Democrat side of the aisle. Now, everywhere you look, Mr. Strzok seems to have had a hand in something to do with the FISA Court, the Russian dossier. Now his name is appearing twice in the Hillary Clinton email server investigation. It is already known that he helped Director James Comey write the forgiveness memo saying she did not mean to do it and should not be prosecuted. Look what else he helped to author. 

As Written and Reported By Allahpundit for Hot Air:

The Comey letter that may have singlehandedly tilted the election to Trump was drafted by … alleged deep-state stooge Peter Strzok? He not only supported reopening the investigation before the election but actually contributed to the letter that enabled a momentous Republican upset?

Regardless, it’s too late to salvage his reputation. This narrative, that Strzok and Lisa Page were hellbent on derailing a Trump presidency, is so well baked at this point that the shell is impenetrable. Today’s CNN scoop reminds me of one of my favorite “Naked Gun” quotes: “It’s the missing evidence in the Kelner case! My God, he *was* innocent!” “He went to the chair two years ago, Frank.”

Strzok already went to the chair. And even in CNN’s telling here, there’s some room for doubt about whether he wanted the public to know that the feds were sniffing around Clinton’s emails again.

Strzok, who co-wrote what appears to be the first draft that formed the basis of the letter Comey sent to Congress, also supported reopening the Clinton investigation once the emails were discovered on disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s laptop, according to a source familiar with Strzok’s thinking. The day after Strzok sent his draft to his colleagues, Comey released the letter to Congress, reigniting the email …


CNN: Peter Strzok wrote the first draft of the Comey letter reopening the Emailgate probe before Election Day

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