Anti-Trump Conspirator Escorted from FBI Building as Reverse-Investigation Heats Up!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 20, 2018

At long last, we are investigating the investigators.

And conspirator Peter Strzok is the first casualty.

You would have thought this guy had already been fired, no?

He was caught in that scandal where he was planning a “secret society” conspiracy to stop Trump from being elected in Andrew McCabe’s office. So they kicked him off Mueller’s team. But then they sent him back to the FBI.

So then the DOJ investigation report gives more conspiracy texts from him.

Trump has been texting about him for a week.

And now, a week later, following the Congressional hearing of Inspector Horowitz, he’s finally fired.

The level of corruption going on here is simply unfathomable.

Why isn’t Jeff Sessions doing anything about any of this?

Is he just a coward? 

The head of Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign just publicly called on Trump to fire him.

So maybe he will.

He should probably wait until after the elections, so he can appoint someone hardcore. Although I’m good with Rudy. I think Rudy still needs to finish up his current job though.

But yeah man, for serious – how can Sessions just be sitting around twiddling his thumbs while all this is going down?

Fox News:

Peter Strzok, the FBI agent under fire over a series of anti-Trump text messages, was “escorted” from the FBI building, his lawyer confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday.

Strzok’s lawyer, Aitan Goelman, argued that even though his client has “played by the rules,” he has been targeted by “unfounded personal attacks, political games and inappropriate information leaks.”

“All of this seriously calls into question the impartiality of the disciplinary process, which now appears tainted by political influence,” a statement from Goelman said.

He said that Strzok “has complied with every FBI procedure, including being escorted from the building as part of the ongoing internal proceedings.” The attorney did not say exactly when Strzok was escorted out.

The FBI had no comment when contacted by Fox News.

News of Strzok’s removal came after Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz confirmed during a Congressional hearing earlier Tuesday that his office was looking into whether Strzok’s anti-Trump bias played a role in the launch of the bureau’s Russia probe.

Horowitz’s report on the Clinton email investigation, which was released last week, revealed a text sent by Strzok to his then-colleague and lover Lisa Page.

The IG report said Page texted Strzok in August 2016, prior to then-candidate Donald Trump’s election night win, saying “[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!”

“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok responded.

Yeah and we’re still talking about “yeah but he wasn’t biased tho. Good boy, didn’t do nothing.”

And the already-released texts were worse.

Roughly 50,000 text messages were sent between the pair over the course of the 2016 presidential campaign and Trump’s first year in the White House. Among them included comments that focused on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, while others bashed the president.

Others also showed an allegience to former FBI Director James Comey in the wake of his firing.

Gowdy is a traitor and a coward after saying that the FBI dindu nuffin, but even he is out there on this.

He grilled Horowitz at his hearing yesterday – mostly on Comey, of whom Strzok is a creature of.


At Tuesday’s House judiciary hearing with DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz, Rep. Trey Gowdy focused his questioning on the FBI interview of Hillary Clinton, questioning the decision not to prosecute her based on intent with classified materials when the FBI interview didn’t question her on that point.

“You and I agree that actually talking to the witness, the suspect, the target might be, absent of contemporaneous recordings, some of the better evidence on knowledge and intent,” Gowdy said. “How in the hell was Jim Comey able to draft an exoneration press release, six weeks before that interview took place?”

“When you make up your mind that you’re not going to charge someone, and you make up your mind that you need to not go in not loaded for bear … and there’s not a single damn question on intent, it is really hard for those of us who used to do this for a living to not conclude they’ve made up their mind on intent before they even bothered to talk to the single best repository of intent evidence, which would be her,” Gowdy said.

Here’s an RT clip that has some of his grilling of Horowitz.

Here’s the full clip.

He gave an okay interview to Fox afterward, focusing on Strzok.

The hearing is apparently what led to Strzok being escorted out.

The FBI is going into full CYA.

The real kicker is that Strzok was moved from the FBI – where he was doing an anti-Trump conspiracy – to the Mueller witch hunt team.

I don’t know how these people can even begin to try to explain that one. Because it certainly indicates that the Mueller team was lined with law enforcement officers who were already involved in a conspiracy to destroy Trump.

Fox News had a bit on that particular issue last night.

It is so painfully obvious that a conspiracy to protect Clinton became a conspiracy to stop Trump’s election and then became a conspiracy to impeach Trump.

Strzok is really a little fish in all of this, he just happens to have been a fish who got caught in a DOJ investigation and had his emails published.

This goes all the way up to Comey, Brennan, Clinton and Obama.

We know that all of these people were involved.

The thread tying it all together was the pissgate dossier.

But the wheels are now moving.

Comey should be scared.

As I wrote yesterday, it looks like this whole conspiracy might be getting ready to throw him under the bus. He’s under investigation for bias along with Strzok following the Jew IG report.

The IG report last week revealed that Comey had used his gmail account for FBI business, and Hillary tweeted an attack on him.

And then this week, Comey hit back.

Fox News:

James Comey fired back this week at Hillary Clinton after the former secretary of state cited the Justice Department inspector general report on her email case to challenge the premise of the investigation itself.

Clinton did so in a terse, snarky tweet following the release of the nearly 600-page report, which accused the former FBI director of defying the chain of command during the email probe. It also said he, too, used a personal email account for some government business.

“But my emails,” Clinton tweeted, in response to a reporter tweet about Comey’s use of a “gmail” account — a slap at the outrage over her private email server and the FBI probe itself.

But during an interview in Berlin this week, Comey was asked whether he would apologize to Clinton — and refused. He stressed the difference between his personal email use, which involved unclassified information, and hers and said she still doesn’t understand why she was investigated.

“No. And here’s why. I don’t want to criticize her, but it shows me that even at this late date, she doesn’t understand what the investigation in her case was about,” Comey said during an interview with German newspaper Die Zeit.

“It was not about her use of a personal email system, and she didn’t get that during the investigation, because she used to say ‘Colin Powell when he was secretary of state used AOL,’ that was not what it was about,” Comey explained. “It was about communicating about classified topics on that system when those topics have to be done on a classified system.”

I can’t find that clip, but here’s the full 4 hour interview if anyone is interested.

Jetzt live: James Comey: „Größer als das Amt“ – Holger Stark, Leiter des Investigativ-Ressorts der ZEIT, spricht in Berlin mit dem Ex-FBI Direktor

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Gepostet von DIE ZEIT am Dienstag, 19. Juni 2018

The Jews have this concept of a “scapegoat.”

That is actually their religious concept, although it is now used in modern goy language.

One of the most remarkable elements of the Jewish fast of Yom Kippur in ancient times, when the central Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, was the ritual of “the two goats.”

Two indistinguishable members of that species were brought before the High Priest, who placed a randomly-pulled lot on the head of each animal. One lot read “to G‑d” and the other “to Azazel” – the name of a steep cliff in a barren desert.

As the Torah prescribes, the first goat was solemnly sacrificed in the Temple, attention given to every detail of the offering; the second was taken to the cliff of its name and thrown off, dying unceremoniously before it even reached the bottom.

Comey is going to play that role, I believe.

They are going to sacrifice a few other minor figures, like Strzok, but Comey will be the big one to go down.

The rest are too big to fail:

  • Barack Obama
  • Hillary Clinton
  • John Brennan
  • James Clapper
  • Rod Rosenstein
  • Adam Schiff
  • Robert Mueller

Hopefully, Trump will not accept the sacrificial goat of Comey and continue to go after all of these people.

He’s going to need a new Attorney General to make that happen though. As I’ve said.

It’s all looking good. 

Finally, these people are on the defense.

They’re still technically running the Mueller Sanhedrin, but that is only because they don’t want everyone to know that they are no longer on the offensive.

Everything is coming together beautifully.