Nothing could be crazier than Peter Strzok’s appearance before Congress, with his psychopathic facial expressions caught in a nightmarish animated GIF, Democrats applauding him, and Rep. Steve Cohen saying he’d like to recommend him for the Purple Heart.

Still, we expect fireworks from another upcoming appearance before Congress; this time it’s former Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr.

In case you’d missed it or it wasn’t clear, Ohr’s wife, Nellie Ohr, worked for opposition firm Fusion GPS, the folks who hired Christopher Steele to come up with his infamous Trump dossier. Kind of cozy, don’t you think?

Salem radio host Hugh Hewitt had a suggestion for the House GOP that would keep them from faceplanting during such important testimony: hire a lawyer, preferably Blind Sheik prosecutor Andrew McCarthy, to ask the questions. (Just FYI: “Mr. Simpson” is Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson.)

Sounds good to us.

We’re totally on board with this idea, though we’d miss seeing Rep. Trey Gowdy going to work on Ohr.

That sounds good too — this is too important for the House GOP to screw up.

It’s not gonna happen, is it?


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