by Mac Slavo
Former FBI agent Peter Strzok, in a wrongful termination lawsuit, says his free speech was violated. Strzok, who infamously wrote the anti-Trump text messages that proved FBI collusion with the deep state in matters against President Donald Trump.
Strzok, the ex-FBI agent who launched the bureau’s Russia probe (proven to be a massive hoax) in 2016 and was fired two years later for sending anti-Trump text messages amid the probe to Lisa Page, with whom Strzok was having an affair. The embattled former agent alleged in a new court filing Monday that the FBI and Justice Department violated his rights to free speech and privacy, according to a report by Market Watch.