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Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie urged the federal government to imprison former FBI Director James Comey and former FBI agent Peter Strzok citing unsubstantiated claims made by former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne.

“The feds should let Maria Butina out of jail and put James Comey and Peter Strzok in her cell. If you watch anything today, watch this video,” the Kentucky Republican tweeted Friday, linking a video to a Fox News interview with Byrne.

The article goes on to state the following:

Byrne, 57, claimed over the past few weeks that the FBI encouraged him to carry on a sexual relationship with Maria Butina, a Russian spy. The former CEO said FBI officials involved him in “political espionage” and a “deep state” investigation. He named Strzok and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe as being involved along with officials at the top of the FBI.

In a follow-up tweet, Massie wrote, “Lol’ing at leftist police-state cheerleaders 📣 who are calling me “unpatriotic” today for questioning discredited FBI leaders. 😂 They obviously didn’t get the memo. 🤦‍♂️ Many of their comrades are simultaneously trying to equate patriotism with nationalism with racism.”

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