Peter Strzok has become a household name. That’s not a good thing when you’re supposed to be an FBI agent. But Peter Strzok isn’t an FBI agent anymore. He was fired from the agency over his scandal involving sending strongly political tweets while working an investigation, to his mistress nonetheless, and now he wants you, the average American who is working hard to earn a paycheck, to donate to his GoFundMe Account.
You read that right. A GoFundMe for a disgraced FBI agent who was fired for jeopardizing an investigation. A GoFundMe, which as of the writing of this article has raised $428,000, for a man who was forced to publicly testify in front of Congress about his extramarital affair because he led it influence his work at a federal agency. This man who sat in front of Congress and acted cocky and self-assured is now begging for money from complete strangers.
And somehow, strangers are donating to him? People on the left complain about social inequality, a class divide, and a low minimum wage. Instead of donating to causes that actually help people in need, they’re donating to a disgraced FBI agent who definitely has enough money to put food in his mouth. But now, he is asking people to cover his legal fees for being a bad employee.
Instead of donating to Peter Strzok, put your money where your mouth is. Give to one of these seven causes that are working to support individuals and causes who actually need the help because the only person Peter Strzok can blame for the situation he is in is Peter Strzok.
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