Word on the street is that Peter Strzok’s boss is singing like a canary to investigators

Word on the street is that Peter Strzok’s boss is singing like a canary to investigators
Bill Priestap (Image: YouTube screen grab)

A new name has emerged in the greatest criminal conspiracy in the history of American politics, namely the conspiracy by liberal Democrats to frame and destroy President Trump with the 35-page lie we now know as the Trump dossier.

Investigators want to keep the name as hush-hush as possible, to maintain as much secrecy as possible in the investigation of the Obamagate scandal.

But inasmuch as he has flipped and is fully cooperating with investigators, we see no harm in naming names. He is Bill Preistap, his title is Director of the FBI Counterintelligence Division, and he is Peter Strzok’s boss.

Preistap was a central figure in the acquisition of the Trump dossier, using it to obtain a FISA warrant to wiretap the Trump campaign even though the document and its source, Sidney Blumenthal, have no credibility whatsoever. Clearly, Preistap knows every detail of the conspiracy to frame President Trump.

James Comey threw Preistap under the bus during his testimony before Congress. When asked why he didn’t notify Congress of the surveillance of candidate Trump as required by law, Comey said that he kept the Trump investigation secret because Priestap advised him to.

No wonder Preistap has flipped!

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Thomas Madison

Thomas Madison

Thomas Madison is an ex-Army officer and stone-cold patriot on a mission to restore strict obedience to the U.S. Constitution. He is editor of the blog Powdered Wig Society.


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