Peter Strzok has revealed what he told Robert Mueller at the beginning of the Russia Collusion hoax and if he isn't lying, makes you wonder why Mueller spent 22 months investigating it. Obviously, he was hoping to find something else to charge Trump with. Mueller has been a dirty cop his entire career. He wasn't about to change now.
“Is this a coordinated conspiracy?” Mueller asked Strzok, according to the book, details of which were reported by NBC News.
“I was skeptical that all the different threads amounted to anything more than bumbling incompetence, a confederacy of dunces who were too dumb to collude.”
“In my view they were most likely a collection of grifters pursuing individual personal interests.”
I find it strange that Strzok should talk about stupid people when he was the one who cheated on his wife with a married woman and lost his entire career over Trump Derangement Syndrome. That seems pretty stupid to me. As Forrest Gump said, "Stupid is as stupid does."
Strzok admitted there was no collusion to his married lover, Lisa Page:
“You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there.”
While Strzok writes that he does not believe that Trump or his associates conspired directly with Russia, he does think that the president is compromised by Vladimir Putin. Strzok asserts in the book that Trump’s attempts to do business in Russia, and his denials of having any links to the country have made him vulnerable to manipulation from Putin.
“Putin knew he had lied. And Trump knew that Putin knew — a shared understanding that provided the framework for a potentially coercive relationship between the president of the United States and the leader of one of our greatest adversaries,” Strzok writes, according to NBC News.