Where would Peter Strzok be if his name were easy to pronounce, like Smith or Johnson. He might not be the mispronounced secret anti-Trump agent, the but of Rush Limbaugh, who breathed new life into Mr. Strzok. It's been a stroke of genius, a meme of memes that keeps giving and giving.
Strzok Stroke Smirk started after a dozen broadcasters had trouble pronouncing his last name. The correct pronunciation of Strzok, is stroke, but was often pronounced struck. Then, while he was testifying before congress, he smirked. This launched the smirk heard (or seen) around the world, and assisted Limbaugh as well, since the smirk also begins with an s.
Strzok Struck Smirk probably won’t get a Purple Heart for enduring the barrage of questions and attacks from Rep. Louie Gohmert. But he might just get invited to a number of parties held by the likes of the Washington Post or any other Washington group that might believe, as he does, that Trump voters do indeed stink - even more so when they shop at their local Walmart.
Why did Strzok Struck Smirk say that Trump voters stink up the local Walmart? Because he thinks he is an elite Washington bureaucrat who is above them, above Trump voters, better than Trump voters, as he so clearly outlined in his texts to his former paramour, Lisa Page.
Strzok Struck Smirk lied during the congressional hearing of July 13, 2018. I’m guessing that one of the most publicized series of text messages in the world during the last two years is something that an FBI official like S S S would remember.
Here is an exchange that he had with a congressman:
“What do you mean when you texted Lisa Page ‘Don’t worry, we’ll stop it?'” He said, “Well, I don’t remember sending it.” “Come on! You don’t remember sending that!” “Well, I don’t. I sent, you know, 50,000 texts to her.” And then he said, “Oh, wait. I remember. I remember. I was outraged that Trump would attack a God-fearing American whose son had been killed in action in the United States military.”
Strzok Stroke Smirk also claimed that he did not know why Mueller got rid of him:
“Why did Mueller get rid of you?”
“Well, I don’t know.”
“It wasn’t for bias in the things you were doing?”
“No. I don’t know why Mueller got rid of me.”
Rep. Darryl Issa forced Strzok Struck Smirk to read his texts with Lisa Page:
Issa: ‘Did you ever text on your private phone?’
Strzok: ‘I did.’
Issa: ‘Did you ever text Lisa Page on your private phone?
Strzok: ‘I did.’
Issa: ‘Did you ever text Lisa Page on your private phone similar texts to the ones you did on your government phone?’
Strzok: ‘By “similar,” you mean what? ‘
Issa: ‘Commenting on Mr. Trump or Hillary Clinton or anything else politically in nature.’
Strzok: ‘I don’t specifically recall but it’s probably a safe assumption that yes I did.’
Issa: ‘It’s likely that they’d be similar.’ Strzok: ‘It’s a safe assumption.’
“Issa: ‘So your personal phone has likely similar texts to the ones we found on your government phone, that’s correct?’
Strzok: ‘I would say it has similar expressions of personal belief.’
Issa: ‘Okay, in front of you, you have one sheet of paper that was presented to you a few minutes ago. I’m going to just go to a date and ask you to read your own words. March 14, 2016.’
Strzok: ‘You want me to read this?’
Issa: ‘Yes, please.’
Strzok: ‘“OMG, he’s an idiot.”’
Issa: ‘May 4, 2016.’
Strzok: ‘“Now the pressure really starts finish MYE.”’
Issa: ‘July 19, 2016.’
Strzok: ‘“Hi, how was Trump other than a douche? Melania?”’
Issa: ‘July 21, 2016.’
Strzok: ‘“Trump is a disaster. I have no idea how destabilizing his presidency would be.”’
Issa: ‘August 6, 2016.’
Strzok: ‘I don’t believe I wrote this text, sir.’
Issa:’ Okay, it’s been attributed to you, so we’ll go on to the next.
August 8, 2016 and I’ll preference it by saying this for context – Ms. Page said, “Not ever going to become president, right, right?”’
Strzok: ‘No, no he’s not. We’ll stop it.’
Issa: ‘Repeat that again.’
Strzok: ‘“No, no he’s not.”’
Issa: ‘August 15, 2016.’
Strzok: ‘“I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office that there’s no way he could be elected, but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”’
Issa: ‘On October 20, 2016.’
Strzok: ‘“I can’t pull away” — I defer to the chairman whether or not…’
Issa: ‘You could just use one letter if you don’t mind.’
Strzok: ‘“Why the F—, what the F— happened to our country, Lis?”’
Issa: ‘Okay, read it again that way.’
Strzok: ‘Sir, did you not – you just want to hear it, for me to repeat it?’
Strzok: ‘Okay sir, happy to indulge you. “I can’t pull away, what the F- happened to our country, Lis?”’…”
The lesson all Americans should learn from Strzok Stroke Smirk’s testimony is that Washington is full of swampish creatures like this guy. We need to remember Strzok Stroke Smirk, his name, his smirk, his attempt, with Lisa Page, to take down this president, and that there are dozens more, if not hundreds of creatures in Washington just like him.
So keep on Rush Limbaugh. We need to remember this guy, this creature of the Washington, D.C. swamp, or logoon.
Strzok Struck Smirk forever.
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