‘My badge of honor’: The rush is on to get blocked by former FBI loverboy Peter Strzok over Durham report

Disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok was under the impression the final report from Special Counsel John Durham had left him a winner, but his attempt to dunk on those calling him out only added to their sport.

After the more than 300-page Durham report dropped, Strzok, who seemingly lost all capacity for shame when he was fired from the bureau following exposure of his anti-President Donald Trump texts with then-lover, FBI attorney Lisa Page, saw fit to attempt a victory lap.

Allegations brought in the report, including against him, had yet to lead to consequences and as he reveled in that, he also touted his inability to handle opposition, taking to bragging about blocking detractors on social media.

“For anyone looking for the overlap of $8 bluechecks and the dURhAm iS cOmINg crowd, the replies to this RT are a great source,” he wrote with a screen grab of a series of comments from blocked accounts. “Yes, I take joy in blocking each and every negative blue check account. Like popping bubble wrap, savoring each block-click as I continue to walk free.”

Of course, the posturing was far from the win that he thought it was as social media users continued to call him out. The only difference was, instead of putting him on blast for his alleged complicity in perpetuating the Russian collusion hoax against Trump, now he was being called out for cowardice too as accounts lined up with their best shot to get themselves blocked.

“That just makes you a weak man afraid of confrontation when faced with the truth,” one user wrote as another chimed in, “You are one of the least trustworthy and honest persons to have ever taken an oath. Your opinion on all of this? Your opinion at all? It’s worthless. You are a worthless sellout that needs to re evaluate their life choices.”

Yet another user took a more direct approach and wrote, “Block me, Block me, block me! It will be my badge of honor.”

As previously covered, the accusations leveled against Strzok tied to reporter Luke Rosiak’s examination of Durham’s findings. He highlighted a Sept. 2016 CIA “referral memo” that had been sent to then-FBI Deputy Assistant Director Strzok and former FBI Director James Comey wherein the agency said it had details about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s link to framing then-candidate Trump for Russian collusion.

“The CIA sent a memo to Peter Strzok saying it had intel that Clinton was trying to frame Trump for Russia ties. Strzok concealed it from the team tasked with investigating Russia. When one agent found out, he felt so ‘betrayed’ that he stormed out,” Rosiak summed up.

As more users slammed Strzok over his involvement in the hoax, some reported their success at getting blocked by him with one boasting after sharing a GIF of the former agent with the comment, “Peter you were a major disaster and should be prosecuted. Pathetic,” and then asking “Was it something I said?”


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