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Old Yesterday, 09:50 PM
 
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We all know about married, fired Spygate co-conspirator FBI Peter Strzok's affair with co-worker Lisa Page. She resigned but has been cooperating with the DoJ. Is she trying to get revenge because Strzok had an affair with a CNN anchor or reporter? This is how CNN got inside info -- from honey pots.

The FBI for decades did not permit married agents to engage in extramarital affairs with anyone, especially members of the media. That offense was grounds for termination because FBI directors like Louis Freeh believed agents could be compromised by blackmail and outside influence and therefore the practice was outlawed. High-ranking FBI insiders say they reported top-level FBI brass for continued sexual romps with CNN reporters but former FBI director James Comey and his successor Christopher Wray looked the other way.

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Old Yesterday, 10:05 PM
 
Location: Gulf Coast Texas
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I wonder if that's the reason Strzok launched his lawsuit the other day... to get out in front of this and tie up some resources or information...
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Old Yesterday, 10:11 PM
 
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Was there a female reporter on the scene for the predawn raid of Roger Stone?
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Old Yesterday, 11:23 PM
 
Location: The Republic of Texas
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Was there a female reporter on the scene for the predawn raid of Roger Stone?
Weissmann was getting a romp, was he?
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Old Today, 12:49 AM
 
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Far too many sex scandals have rocked the FBI that such a scandal is almost like a job requirement!
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Old Today, 05:43 AM
 
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We all know about married, fired Spygate co-conspirator FBI Peter Strzok's affair with co-worker Lisa Page. She resigned but has been cooperating with the DoJ. Is she trying to get revenge because Strzok had an affair with a CNN anchor or reporter? This is how CNN got inside info -- from honey pots.

The FBI for decades did not permit married agents to engage in extramarital affairs with anyone, especially members of the media. That offense was grounds for termination because FBI directors like Louis Freeh believed agents could be compromised by blackmail and outside influence and therefore the practice was outlawed. High-ranking FBI insiders say they reported top-level FBI brass for continued sexual romps with CNN reporters but former FBI director James Comey and his successor Christopher Wray looked the other way.

https://truepundit.com/sex-scandal-r...cnn-reporters/
An organization's culture is dictated from the top. When the director is crooked and does not uphold the moral character of the organization, no one else will.

The FBI should be run like a military organization with a tough, hard nosed, moral leader.

Infidelity rots an organization and opens it to corruption, as information is passed through these trysts and compromises it. JFK was banging a german spy at the beginning of WW2, which was discovered by the FBI. As a deal with Joe Kennedy, he was transferred to the Pacific, where he became a war hero and set the basis for his political career.

If I was a "spy master" (CIA more so than FBI) I would employ mostly good looking women, as many guys are just dumb suckers for women and they could easily get information that stealth and brute force could not achieve. Why in the hell do men in these organizations not realize that in many instances they are getting "played" for information? Maybe I am a prude, but I have been married 30 years and never had an affair, as I value what I have.
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Old Today, 05:49 AM
 
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The FBI has changed so much in the past 30 years. So many 105 pound perky little blondes becoming agents at Quantico.
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Old Today, 05:52 AM
 
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The FBI has changed so much in the past 30 years. So many 105 pound perky little blondes becoming agents at Quantico.
Well......................... good looking women can get information from stupid men much easier. I think it is a good thing to use women in many roles. The CIA should use women in this capacity, as I would think women could get information from men much more easily.

Not saying that all FBI and CIA agents should be women, but they certainly have their role. Guys are so stupid that women can wrap them around their finger and get them to do the strangest things, all for sex.
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