Rep. John Ratcliffe from Texas, who was once a US attorney, decided to expose just how dubious Strzok’s claim is that he keeps his personal beliefs and his FBI work completely separate.
In short, Radcliffe reveals how, even in Strzok’s work-related text messages, that he wanted to use the opportunity of Trump’s firing of Comey to get a case going against a name that was blacked out, presumably Trump, and to get the charges “locked in”, and how that violates civil liberties of the person in question.
He also points out how Strzok used FBI resources to express all of these ‘personal opinions’, especially his FBI cellphone, and how that violates this “bright and inviolable line” that Strzok has made abundantly clear that he didn’t cross.
Watch the video for more. Make sure you watch to the end as Goodlatte puts Strzok on the spot to see if he will release all of his text messages he sent on his FBI device. Hint: He refuses!