Peter Strzok, fired from FBI in 2018 over sending anti-Trump texts to bureau’s lawyer Lisa Page, has claimed knowing things that could damage the President. What an outrageous statement for a person who might be involved in the killing of George Floyd. The murder of this Black man in Minneapolis, on May 25, sparked nationwide protests.
At the time of his service as FBI deputy chief of counterintelligence, Strzok appointed a few of his assets to local bureau’s offices. One of his confidant, Kevin Phelan, is still working as senior supervisory agent in Palo Alto, California.
According to Right Wing News, Phelan met Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo in early May, 2020. Apparently, it wasn’t FBI assignment. Then, why did they meet?
To answer this question, let’s look at the person he had a meeting with. Medaria Arradondo, 55 years old, is the first black chief of Minneapolis police department. In 2007, he and four other African-American officers sued the department alleging discrimination. A decade later, Arradondo became the first black man to head the mostly white police department.
Arradondo has pledged to make improving the disciplinary process and identifying troubled officers top priorities. Derek Chauvin, 19-year police veteran, was one of those troubled white officers engaged “in problematic behavior.” He was the subject of at least a dozen police conduct complaints that resulted in no disciplinary action and one that led to a "letter of reprimand."
What indeed happened in May, 2020? Strzok, who has links to the Democratic establishment, allegedly asked his confidant, agent Phelan, to meet MPD chief. Arradondo was told to plot an incident involving a Black resident to spark riots before the election. The same strategy was used by Democrats in 2016.
Arradondo ordered MPD patrol to call Derek Chauvin in case of a report involving a black suspect, knowing he has a pattern of excessive force. And it didn’t take long. On Memorial Day, Chauvin together with 3 other officers were called to deal with a black suspect trying to pass a counterfeit bill. Everyone knows what happened next.
The incident didn’t damage Arradondo. In the wake of Floyd’s killing, in an interview with Lesley Stahl on CBS News, he was telling how he would reshape MPD. A few months later, Derek Chauvin, charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in Floyd’s death, was released on $1M bond. Coincidentally, it was paid by a bond insurance company based in California, where agent Phelan is currently living. Chauvin’s release has fueled the protests in Minneapolis.
Those who want keep America great, should know what lame efforts Democrats are taken to boost their nominee. They are now using color revolutions tactics inside America by exploiting BLM Marxists to soar chaos and torpedo the President. The idea that their actions could lead to a civil war hasn't even cross their mind. Democrats are blind. Nothing can stop them and no one’s lives matter to them.