In a somewhat ballsy move, anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok thinks he can testify before Congress without an immunity deal.
The FBI agent who was removed from the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election for sending anti-Trump texts intends to testify before the House Judiciary Committee and any other congressional committee that asks, his attorney said in a letter made public Sunday.
Peter Strzok, who was singled out in a recent Justice Department inspector general report for the politically charged messages, would be willing to testify without immunity, and he would not invoke his Fifth Amendment rights in response to any question, his attorney, Aitan Goelman, said in an interview Sunday. Strzok has become a special target of President Trump, who has used the texts to question the Russia investigation.
Strzok was the person who changed the wording on the Hillary Clinton report from “grossly negligent” to "extremely careless” said he will "not allow Trump to win," is still working for the FBI in the HR department. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte wants to know why he's still working for the FBI and plans to subpoena him.