During the questioning of anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok about Hillary Clinton’s email investigation, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), confronted Strzok over his extramarital affair with the anti-Trump, pro-Hillary FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
While accusing Strzok of not being too concerned about the national integrity of our elections when it involved Hillary Clinton. Gohmert also accused Strzok of lying under oath about his bias against Trump, ripping into the smug fired FBI agent saying, “I can’t help but wonder when I see you looking there with a little smirk, how many times did you look so innocently into your wife’s eye and lied to her about Lisa Page?”
The House chamber quickly broke out into pandemonium, with fellow lawmakers shouting “Mr. Chairman, this is outrageous!”, “Shame on you!”, and “This is intolerable harassment of a witness!” over each other.
Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee, also of Texas, even yelled “You need your medication!” to rebuke Gohmert. Rep. Jarrod Nadler of New York then raised a point of order, accusing Gohmert of violating House rules by “impugning the character” of a testifying witness.
Rep. Jerry Nadler attempted to tell the committee it was against the rules of the House Oversight and Judiciary Committee, “I think, to impugn the character of the witness.”
Peter Strzok hilariously attempted to attack Gohmert’s character for addressing his infidelity in front of the committee, even though the text messages with his lover ultimately caused his firing from the FBI.
Strzok’s wording in Comey’s report on Hillary’s email scandal allowed her to walk away from being criminally charged only months before the 2016 presidential election against Trump.
The network further alleged that “electronic records show Peter Strzok, who led the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server as the No. 2 official in the counterintelligence division, changed Comey’s earlier draft language describing Clinton’s actions as ‘grossly negligent’ to ‘extremely careless.’” That has legal significance because gross negligence is language needed for a criminal charge.
According to The Daily Caller, “Strzok’s text messages with Page, his mistress, were first discovered by the Justice Department’s inspector general as part of an investigation that has been conducting into the FBI and DOJ’s handling of the Clinton email investigation.”
Three years later, it’s been discovered that neither the FBI or DOJ discovered the text messages between Peter Strzok and his lover Lisa Page, but instead, it was Peter Strzok’s wife, Melissa Hodgman, an assistant director at the SEC, who discovered them on her husband’s cell phone.
Watch, as OANN’s Jack Posobiec interviews the brilliant attorney Sidney Powell as they discuss how the text messages were discovered and became public. According to Posobiec, Peter Strzok’s wife found the text messages, called Lisa Page and then turned the text messages over to the FBI.
turns out that combined resources of Mueller investigation and FBI did not identify the problematic Strzok-Page texts. It had the most old-fashioned explanation of all: Strzok's wife. https://t.co/oMqLxxUs39
— Stephen McIntyre (@ClimateAudit) November 25, 2019
Hell hath no fury like a scorned woman…