Giuliani Calls For FBI Agents to be ‘Imprisoned’, Says Peter Strzok ‘Needs Valium’
Fox & Friends had an interview with Rudy Giuliani on Friday, where they discussed the report from the Justice Department Inspector General in order to collectively blast the FBI, James Comey, and the “corrupt” Robert Mueller investigation.
Yesterday’s review from Michael Horowitz more-or-less determined that even though the former FBI director didn’t compromise the Hillary Clinton investigation or act with “political bias,” he still raised questions about the bureau’s integrity by not following standard protocol. As Giuliani looked at it, he called it a “complete and absolute explanation” of why Comey had to be fired, and he also ripped Peter Strzok and Lisa Page for their texts about wanting to “stop” Donald Trump from becoming president.
“[It] should become an investigation of Comey.” Giuliani said. “Those FBI agents who should be fired today and imprisoned next week.”
After calling the email investigation a “total fix” for Clinton, Giuliani went on in the interview to say that Strzok’s involvement with that and Mueller’s probe shows the FBI is rife with corruption. He also made sure to take a leaf out of Trump’s book by complaining about the “13 angry Democrats” working on Mueller’s team (the special counsel is a Republican).
“Let’s investigate the investigators…Let’s stop it and get rid of all the agents doing the Mueller investigation,” the Trump attorney proposed. “The reality is somebody like [Strzok] shouldn’t be working at the FBI, he has emotional problems and probably needs valium or something like that.”
Brian Kilmeade pushed back somewhat, given the IG report concluded that while there was bias at the FBI, there is no evidence it influenced the outcome of an investigation. “Are words enough?” Kilmeade asked of the texts between Strzok and Page.
The former New York mayor replied that “words are the makings of a conspiracy,” before the conversation went back to the “corrupt” Mueller investigation and the anti-Trump bias within the FBI.
Watch above, via Fox News.
[Image via screengrab]
Have a tip we should know? [email protected]