Peter Strzok testified in Washington, DC this week and it was a total train wreck. Lots of attention was paid to Strzok’s text messages which are so toxic that even CNN’s Wolf Blitzer admitted it.
Wolf Blitzer: Peter Strzok’s Texts ‘Are So Damning’
Thursday on CNN’s “Wolf,” host Wolf Blitzer reacted to House lawmakers questioning of Peter Strzok the FBI agent removed from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s 2016 election interference.
Blitzer said, “The texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, they are so damning.”
CNN’s political director David Chalian replied, “They are, Wolf, which is why what Gloria is laying out here, yes, that is Strzok’s mission today, is try to walk this line of ‘I have personal political views, it didn’t impact my work at all.’ That may be true, but when he says that those texts, quote, ‘are not indicative of bias,’ that’s just flat wrong on its face. It is indicative of bias.
Watch the video below:
Hell freezes over as CNN's Wolf Blitzer admits Peter Strzok’s text messages “are so damning.” pic.twitter.com/mUntfY1WmL
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) July 12, 2018
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You know things are bad when even people on CNN are saying it. This goes against everything the network now stands for.
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