Tuesday, July 17, 2018
I've been struck by Strzok.
You know he's the FBI guy who hates the President, wrote love texts and tweets to another FBI employee who, uh, isn't his, uh, wife via social networking technology paid for by, uh, us, and recently appeared behind closed doors and then in public to say with unseemly and condescending arrogance, smugness, and self-righteousness, "Let me be clear, unequivocally and under oath. Not once in my 26 years of defending our nation did my personal opinions impact any official action I took."
Having been around people for a long time as a vocational hazard and knowing the dark side of myself always begging confession and repentance leading to forgiveness and redemption, I was increasingly struck by Strzok in a repulsive kinda way as I kept hearing an echo from 1965 of the Castaways singing, "Liar, liar, pants on fire!"
Whether you're a Trumper or anti-Trumper doesn't really matter in the end as long as you love God more than Trumpers and anti-Trumpers and, considering the providentially exceptional place of America in history, love America more than you hate Trump which means you're not a part of the conspiracy led by satanos to destroy America if you can't impeach, convict, remove, and execute the President.
BTW, if you think the preceding sentence-paragraph is hyperbole, you ain't payin' attention to the far left, CNN, MSNBC, and their supporting casts.
America is split pret' near right down the middle between Trumpers and anti-Trumpers; and apart from some kinda Red Sea or virgin birth thing, we're in a heap of trouble.
Getting back to being struck by Strzok, my favorite and most apocalyptic part of the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees' hearing on July 12, 2018 was the confrontation between Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert and the lovestruck Strzok who keeps trying to convince everyone that he's pure and perfect in every way.
Gohmert sprinkled some especially stinging salt that struck Strzok's raw nerves by exposing a character flaw that the Congressman believes discredits Strzok's, uh, Trumpishlike egotism when it comes to being so above it/us all which is why we're supposed to believe he ain't no lyin' dog: "I've talked to FBI agents around the country...You've embarrassed them. You've embarrassed yourself. And I can't help but wonder when I see you looking there with a little smirk, how many times did you look so innocent into your wife's eye and lie to her about Lisa Page?"
Despite the howls and hoots and degradations of the DNC that increasingly betrays no moral barometers - led by New Jersey Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman who led accomplices in trying to shout down the Texan by scorning and slandering, "You need your medication!" - I think that's a fair interrogative.
Why should America trust Strzok if his wife can't trust him?
If he's lying to her and breaking his marriage vows, why should we believe him when he says he's keeping his vows to defend our nation?
I was struck by one more thing about Strzok's obvious lack of integrity.
Who checks the checkers in America?
Blessings and Love!