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FBI’s Brutal Draft Letter Firing Disgraced Agent Peter Strzok Revealed

FBI’s Brutal Draft Letter Firing Disgraced Agent Peter Strzok Revealed

The hilarious letter that sent Peter Strzok packing.
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Under normal circumstances, reading a letter firing someone just isn’t funny, unless it’s Peter Strzok, that arrogant and corrupt FBI agent in charge of investigating Donald Trump. I believe the letter should be mandatory reading for every FBI employee from Christopher Wray to………hey, what’s lower than a snake’s belly.

Never mind, you know what I mean. Getting fired is bad enough, but to be totally humiliated is adding insult to injury. But, he did deserve it.

David Bowdich, who was deputy director of the bureau when he wrote his brutally harsh letter firing Strzok told him that the damage he had done to the reputation of the FBI would last for years.

He specifically mentioned an FBI device, his FBI cellphone that he used to text his married lover, Lisa Page, and the unprofessional comments they shared over those same devices. Ouch. That will leave a mark.

Strzok vowed to Lisa Page that he would stop Trump from winning the election and they spoke about insurance against that happening. That would explain Crossfire Hurricane and why they faked information to get FISA warrants against Carter Page in order to spy on Trump.

That spying has continued even to this day. It was no accident that the FBI took boxes of material they could not seize by law. Or that they refuse to give it up.

Portions of the letter read:

“While there is no doubt your 21 years of service to the organization cannot and should not be erased, it is difficult to fathom the repeated, sustained errors of judgment you made while serving as the lead agent in two of the most high profile investigations in the country. Though the Office of the Inspector General found no evidence of bias impacted any of your or the FBI’s investigative actions or decisions, your sustained pattern of bad judgment in the use of an FBI device has called into question for many of the decisions made during both the Clinton e-mail investigation and the initial states of the Russian Collusion investigation.”

“In short, your repeated selfishness has called into question the credibility of the entire FBI.”

“In my 23 years in the FBI, I have not seen a more impactful series of missteps which called into question the entire organization and more thoroughly damaged the reputation of the organization. In our role as FBI employees, we sometimes make unpopular decisions, but the public should be able to examine our work and not have to question motives.”

“As Deputy Assistant Director, you were expected to be a leader who was beyond reproach and set an example for not only our direct subordinates but others throughout the organization who watched and observed your behaviors and actions. You failed to do so repeatedly and put your own interests [above] the interests of the organization. Though it pains me to do so, it is for this reason that I am dismissing you from the rolls of the FBI.”

From The Daily Wire

Strzok served as deputy assistant director of the bureau’s counterintelligence division, leading the investigation into phony Trump-Russia collusion claims and before that, the probe of Hillary Clinton’s illegal use of a personal email server to send and receive classified documents.

Strzok was first fired from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team and then from the bureau after the Department of Justice’s inspector general in 2017 turned up the damning emails exchanged between him and Page. In them, the pair expressed contempt for Trump and his supporters and 

Strzok hinted at plans to derail his campaign.


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  1. Sw says:

    Too bad the entire FBI and DOJ weren’t fired!!

    • Jim2 says:


    • I agree. with that should include the NSA, CIA, and IRS

    • Gala Apple says:

      Trump is largely to blame for his poor judgment in appointing all the wrong people without doing any research.

      Pence, Sessions, Tom Price, McMaster, Rosenstein, Wray, Tillerson, Mattis, Bolton, Fiona Hill, Milley, Esper,Henry Kerner,Bill Barr,Kellyanne, Grisham, dummy Meadows, Fauci, Birx,Redfield,Jerome Powell ,the lunatic “ Religious Adviser” who speaks in tongues, Gina Haspel, cutting deals with Bill Gates, Zuckerberg,Bourla, Bancel,Scaramucci, taking advice from Graham , Christie and others who are incredibly corrupt and were obviously out to destroy him.

      Suddenly transforming into the second coming of Billy Graham, picking unnecessary public fights preemptively replete with puerile nicknames, vulgarity, and creating such an adversarial arena as to polarize enough people to make himself more vulnerable to sabotage .

      His Achilles Heel is his enormous ego which overrides taking responsibility for his self inflicted injuries and his vanity and vindictiveness aimed at anybody who receives praise. In Trump’s world, he sees only himself as worthy and demands worship.
      He demands loyalty, but does not reward it.All one needs as proof are those languishing in prison for supporting him. I supported him, turned a blind eye to his faults as long as I could, but reached the tipping point when enough became too much.
      He was the Commander In Chief and his greatest success was filling the Swamp to overflow.

  2. CPO Bill says:

    Why no jail time?

  3. Jim says:

    I feel so bad for the FBI employees I thought I would put some cool arm bands together, You know the kind that were red with a white circle , and that cool swastika in the middle. Im sure that will cheer them up and make them feel right at home.

  4. R B says:

    I fail to see how this is “hilarious” as the title claims. The firing of Strzok was an absolute necessity because of the way he conducted himself in numerous examples that have been made public.
    It has put an indelible stain on the already tarnished reputations of the FBI and the DOJ that may never be removed.
    In fact, if anything, the firings should have been extended to include many others who have not conducted themselves in an unbiased manner in conducting their investigations, including those at the top of the executive chain.
    Hilarious? No it’s sad and it’s a national disgrace that many of our top government organizations have become nothing more than political weapons used by the ruling party to attack their opponents and even when caught, they get nothing more than fired from their position. That leaves them free to go out and do book deals, speaking engagements, and capitalize on their past career, but does nothing to really hold them accountable for their actions.

  5. J Getze says:

    Our country and the Washington DC leftocracy will never recover. We are doomed to communism and our eventual end. Way to go, Dems.

  6. Roland says:

    Strokes actions should bring up a review of everything that he has done and been involved in from the first day he was on the job. And I mean a review done with a electron microscope. He didn’t just turn into a POS . People are what they are. They may hide it for periods of time but they don’t charge.

  7. Ron C says:

    Yeah, and the FBI hasn’t learned a damn thing, they have just doubled down on their crappy behavior!

  8. Drosack says:

    LOL, and you are still failing.

  9. 1947 says:

    Yet instead of being punished for his actions, he gets his 21 year federal retirement program, health care, and other benefits while the rest of us have to suffer from his horney and inept actions with another employee. Was she fired as well or is she inflating someone else’s ego today?

  10. Steve says:

    The FBI finally got one right.

  11. Chaplain88 says:

    How could you EVER trust the Dept. of Justice? No matter the arrogant attitude they exhibit even today, from Wray all the way up the ladder to Merrick Garland. They are corrupt and should never be allowed to head any agency in Washington. They have been militarized into a Gestapo style law enforcement agency and we don’t need that style of law enforcement in the U.S.

  12. Coolmeadow Kid says:

    David Bowdich, I applaud you for the correct, but 6 year too late, action to get rid of Peter Strzok. But now you need to turn your wrath on Director Wray, and the DOJ for their horrible actions. Strzok probably just copied what they wanted and thought he would be rewarded. And I’m guessing since you were the one who fired Strzok, you’re above him in the FBI food chain. My bet is someone needs to write the same letter about YOU!!! Hopefully not with the sexual angle Strzok and Page exhibited.

  13. Old wolf says:

    One can only wonder why he only got fired and not arrested for corrupting our laws. He attacked a standing president. Guess that doesn’t matter anymore. He was voted in office by the people who he works for. So guessing now it’s ok to attack a new standing president like they did trump. After all our laws are equal to all … right ???

  14. Oldclimber says:

    Oh wow “fired” for doing what that jackass did ???!!! Should be in jail at least.

  15. L. Shamus McQuade says:

    Strok is tip of the proverbial iceberg. There are many more JUST LIKE HIM in all federal agencies. As a federal emplyee you have an oblicagtion to be OBJECTIVE and treat EVERY American fairly and NEVER side witrh any political side that you support. Today there are AMERICAN BRATS emplyees who THINK their duty is to run interference for the party they support. If caught they must be FIRED

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