Anime Right News (ARN) — Trey Gowdy interrogated FBI agent Peter Strzok at a live congressional hearing regarding texts he sent to another FBI agent conspiring against then candidate Donald Trump in 2016. Agent Strzok attempted to evade questioning by claiming he could not talk about an on going investigation, specifically the on going Russia collusion investigation against Donald Trump. But Trey Gowdy called this out as clear BS, as congress had the authority to question him over the investigation. Agent Strzok's arrogant smirk was wiped off his face as he was made to answer all of the questions at the hearing. Much to the clear discomfort of Strzok and his council.
Agent Strzok's texts have demonstrated what appears to be a clear political bias within the FBI in favor of the Democrats, and a willingness by their agents to attempt to interfere in the electoral proccess. Strzok was also involved in the Russia collusion case against Donald Trump despite his clear bias and that he and other agents held no small amount of animosity towards Trump and his voters, and was also involved with the Hillary Clinton emails investigation. There was a clear conflict of interest.
Agent Strzok exhibited very strange behaviour and facial expressions throughout the hearing that can only be put down to extreme uncomfortableness and shear elitist arrogance.
Trey Gowdy ended his questioning by stating agent Strzok had an unpresidented level of animosity towards Donald Trump and those who voted for him.
I don't give a damn what you appreciate agent Strzok, I don't appreciate having an FBI agent with an unpresidented level of animus, working on two major investigations during 2016
An in depth analysis of the rather strange and suspicious body language of agent Peter Strzok at the congressional hearing. The upshot being that agent Strzok's obvious uncomfortableness and odd behaviour are a show of clear guilt. It's worth checking out the last 5 minutes here, for Louie Gohmert's explosive questioning, in which he calls Strzok a good liar, that could beat a polygraph.
The Twitterverse was quick to pick up the FBI agent's strange behaviour and lawyer speak during the hearing.