A short video clip of the testimony, or lack thereof, provided by FBI agent Peter Strzok before Congress makes you not only laugh, but makes you wonder if this guy has only a couple of marbles rattling around in his head, a few screws loose, is a few peanuts shy of a Snickers bar, or has all his dogs barking.
Trust me, if you haven’t seen this, then you will most definitely agree with the commentator Steven Beyer of Western Journalism who provided the very short clip that begins around the 0:45 mark. Take a look.
“What is that?” asked Beyer. “I mean, that’s Silence of the Lambs material.”
Though Beyer says he is not medically qualified to give a diagnosis, he does say that he doesn’t expect to see such behavior from a mentally healthy person.
Neither would I, Mr. Beyer.
However, while Beyer uses the opportunity to put in the political plug and say that Strzok is suffering from “Trump Derangement Syndrome” (TDS), I think the more pertinent thing is that the more corrupt these people become, TDS has simply has nothing to do with it. They have violated conscience so much and have lied so often that they simply do not live in reality, and that is demonstrated in their words and their behavior.
Beyer does make a good point about believing Strzok’s comments about putting away obvious bias that he showed during his texts with his mistress, former FBI attorney Lisa Page. If a grown man can’t act any more mature during a congressional hearing than Strzok did, can we actually believe he is mature enough to set aside his bias, which he claims to not have, and conduct an investigation?
Nope, I don’t buy it either.
This is a man who looked into his wife’s eyes while he was committing adultery with Page. This is a man who, according to the testimony of Page, knew all along there was absolutely no basis for the Mueller investigation.
If you haven’t checked it out, there are videos of the 5 most controversial moments of his testimony before Congress, which you can view here.
I’m sure growing up in Saudi Arabia and Iran didn’t aid Strzok in his mental development either.
If I were Lisa Page, or even Strzok’s wife, I’d be more than a little disturbed at this man’s behavior.