Like the rest of us, James Woods watched Peter Strzok’s alleged testimony before Congress and, like us, he was left very much unimpressed. His arrogant stature, smarmy answers, and his innate ability to be dishonest with a smile (like he must have used on his wife many times after coming home from a tryst with Lisa Page) was a display to behold. Add to that all of the questions he refused to answer, and you get the impression he has much to hide as does Lisa Page herself. The other shoe is about to drop, because the White House overruled the FBI and the DOJ on the release of FBI documents on the spying conducted by Steven Halper.
It wouldn’t be surprising if words like “smarmy,” “arrogant” and “condescending” were trending on social media while Strzok was dismissing inquiries about his political bias and explaining how his text saying “we’ll stop” Donald Trump from being elected president “in no way suggested that I or the FBI would take any action to influence the candidacy.”
Democrats might have loved his smug defiance in the face of questions from House Republicans, but many viewers were appalled.
One particular Strzok moment was so creepy and contemptuous that when it went viral on Twitter, people couldn’t believe it was real.
The FBI official came across like a Hollywood supervillain with his “cat that ate the canary” sneer and head-and-shoulder wiggle.
Somehow James Woods found an old video of Hillary providing the same mannerism as Strzok and he put them together to troll both of them in a way that only he can and we’ve come to expect from him. Tell me this isn’t just perfect.
Great snakes writhe alike… pic.twitter.com/VBPncAW2CB
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) July 13, 2018