House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte has subpoenaed now-former anti-Trump FBI Agent Peter Strzok to appear for a deposition in the upcoming week.
The deposition comes after Stzrok’s attorney said the former Deputy Chief of Counterintelligence at the FBI is willing to voluntarily testify despite refusing to answer repeated requests by the committee to do just.
It’s obvious he’s been hoping to stonewall the Russia-Trump campaign collusion investigation and hide his bias, as evidenced in numerous text messages to FBI attorney Lisa Page with whom he was having an affair.
If he strikes an immunity deal, it could spell disaster for Andy McCabe and James Comey.
We’ll be keeping tabs.
Here’s more from Daily Caller…
House Committee on the Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte on Friday subpoenaed former FBI Agent Peter Strzok to appear for a deposition next week.
Goodlatte issued the subpoena even though Strzok’s attorney said that Strzok is willing to testify voluntarily before Congress.
“We regret that the Committee felt it necessary to issue a subpoena when we repeatedly informed them that Pete was willing to testify voluntarily,” Strzok lawyer Aitan Goelman said in a statement after Goodlatte issued the subpoena.
A statement on the Judiciary Committee’s website said that the panel has “repeatedly requested to interview Mr. Strzok regarding his role in certain decisions, but he has yet to appear.”