President Joe Biden’s team is taking care of Peter Strzok who was fired from FBI after it discovered he and his mistress were conspiring to oust President Trump.
Strzok rose to fame after it was discovered that he and his mistress Lisa Page were trying to oust President Trump. In the summer of 2018 numours text messages were discovered in an Office of Inspector General’s report that revealed the two were conspiring the summer before Trump won the 2016 Presidential election. When the news broke Page resigned from the FBI, who was then hired by MSNBC, Special Counsel Robert Mueller removed Strzok from the Russia investigation.
Strzok was later fired from the FBI.
Inspector General Horowitz’s acknowledged in his report that there was no available evident that political ideology influenced their work but he admitted their behavior was “highly inappropriate.”
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that Melissa Hodgman will lead the agency as the acting director of the Division of Enforcement.
“Melissa’s dedication to investor protection, broad experience in the Division, and proven track record of collaboration and creative problem solving make her ideally suited to this role,” SEC Acting Chair Allison Herren Lee celebrated in a statement. “As Associate Director, Melissa has overseen a wide range of complex and programmatically important matters, and has been a leading voice in the Division on critical issues of diversity, hiring, and labor-management relations.”
Strzok is married to Hodgman who has worked at the SEC since 2008 and is known as a longtime bureaucrat that has been involved in numbers litigations.
Both Strzok and Page were mocked by President Trump while he was in office. During the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last year the couple was mocked in a play called “FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers.”
Actors Dean Cain and Kristy Swanson played the roles of Strzok and Page.