Fired FBI Agent Peter Strzok Invokes Famed WWII General After Jonathan Turley Blasts His ‘Unhinged Hostility’

Source: RedState

Fired and thoroughly disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok.

His name alone continues to evoke visceral feelings in tens of millions of Americans whose images of a just and impartial FBI were shattered by Strzok, fellow agent Lisa Page, with whom he was having an illicit affair, and of course, by then-FBI Director James Comey, who was ultimately and unceremoniously fired by then-President Donald Trump.

On Sunday, noted Georgetown University Law School professor, columnist, and frequent Fox News contributor Jonathan Turley blistered Strzok over his “unhinged hostility” and not only “lashing out at Trump,” but also for “trolling his objections to the raid on Mar-a-Lago.”

Turley continued:

Strzok seems eager to confirm the allegations made against him. These public statements only fuel the concern of that the raid was another FBI “insurance policy.” For the FBI, Strzok’s trolling can hardly be a welcomed addition to the public controversy over their investigation.

Exactly. An unbiased analysis from Turley, in lieu of his personal politics, which we’ve come to expect and respect from Turley; bitter, agenda-driven Stroz being bitter, agenda-driven Strzok, who is incapable of stopping himself from returning to form.

As I suggested above, Strzok couldn’t help but go full-metal Stzok, lashing out at Turley by ridiculously invoking the memory of one of the most famous generals of the Second World War — George S. Patton, the United States Army general who commanded the Seventh United States Army in the Mediterranean theater of World War II.

Thirty years from now, when you’re sitting around your fireside with your grandson on your knee and he asks you, “What did you do in the great assault on American democracy?” You won’t have to say, “Well, I shoveled sh*t defending Trump.”

The bottom line:

The tunnel vision of the left and total unawareness of the depth of its hypocrisy has both angered and amused the hell out of me, through the years. We have rabid abortion activists threatening the families of Supreme Court justices and even attempting to assassinate one of them, while Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer rail against the Court for correctly returning to the states the right to make abortion-related decisions that affect their respective citizens.

The list goes on, from curtailing Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners to attempting to enforce unconstitutional COVID-19 mandates on the American people, the left never ceases in its attempt to usurp power from the people and even the Constitution of the United States.

While Peter Strzok did not “shovel sh*t defending Donald Trump,” which he accused Jonathan Turley and others of doing, he did shovel a hell of a lot of it — and continues to do so — because of his own unhinged hatred of Trump. And even better, the liberal elites gladly left Strzok to twist in the wind.