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“Selfishness…Thoroughly Damaged The FBI’s Reputation”: Disgraced FBI Agent Peter Strzok HUMILIATED In Viral Dismissal Letter

Disgraced partisan FBI hack Peter Strzok, infamous for his publicized text exchanges with FBI colleague/paramour Lisa Page during Donald Trump’s ascendency to the White House that said the FBI needed to take him down, got thrashed by his own agency in its dismissal of him. After twenty-three years of receiving a taxpayer-funded salary to harm the taxpayers, the FBI issued a scatching rebuke of his actions in a letter since gone viral.

Twitchy best summarized the entire episode, headline a piece “DAAAMN! Peter Strzok’s dismissal letter so BRUTAL, so VICIOUS, so MERCILESS it goes viral and it’s a beautiful thing” before offering a lede of tantamount annihilation:

Peter Stzok really stinks so nothing makes us happier than to cover his painful, brutal, SAVAGE dismissal letter. Maybe he can send Lisa Page a text or two and tell her Trump won’t ever be president … again.

The letter in full is republished below, but take a look at this excerpt:

“In my 23 years in the FBI, I have not seen a more impactful series of missteps that has called into question the entire organization and more thoroughly damaged the FBI’s reputation.”

This is bad for anyone, but when a corrupt deep state three-letter agency tells you how disgraceful your actions were, then malfeasance takes on a whole new meaning. This is an agency that embedded (at least) dozens of informants and insiders at the Capitol on January 6th, concocted the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping, lied about Russian Collusion, among other things, and has at different times straight up orchestrated the killing of American citizens at Ruby Ridge and Waco.

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The letter reads, in part:

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,” Bowdich wrote in the August 8, 2018 letter. “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,” wrote Bowdich. “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.

The Daily Wire noted that Strzok has ruined not only his career, but ended his marriage as well. 

In addition to the texts ending Strzok’s career, they appear to have wrecked his personal life. In one exchange the DOJ revealed in response to Strzok’s wrongful termination suit, the pair discuss Strzok’s wife seeing their correspondence.

“My wife has my phone,” Strzok wrote.

“Your wife left me a VM,” Page replied. “Am I supposed to respond? She thinks we’re having an affair. Should I call and correct her understanding? Leave this to you to address?”

“I don’t know,” Strzok wrote. “I said we were close friends and nothing more. She knows I sent you flowers. I said you were having a tough week.”