One disgraced former FBI agent who has been a key figure in the expansion of the Trump-Russia “collusion” probe, Peter Strzok, wildly exclaimed to pundits of the legacy media that the events of September 11 were absolutely “nothing compared” to January 6.

As part of an interview held with Nichole Wallace from MSNBC as part of Deadline White House, Wallace issued their condemnation of Christopher Wray, the Director of the FBI, for outright failing to spout “one utterance” of the dots connecting between 9/11 and 1/6, going on to add that that particular day in American history was the “deadliest attack on the U.S. Capitol.”

“If you look at the scale in terms of threat to democracy — I mean 9/11 was a tragedy, we lost thousands of lives in a horrific way — we still mourn to this day,” stated Strzok. “But when you look at something that is an attack on democracy . . . that could actually bring about a fundamental change to American governance, as we understand it — 9/11 is nothing compared to January 6.”

Strzok then repeated the sentiments from MSNBC which called out federal authorities for outright failing to get on the “same sort of war footing” that the U.S. paved in the wake of the events that took place over two decades ago at the World Trade Center.

“Shame on everyone,” he expressed.

Strzok was quick to join a massive chorus of primarily left-leaning political voices that thought that the mob of supports of former President Donald Trump rushing into the United States Capitol had somehow become a more terrorizing event than two planes slamming into the sides of the World Trade Center, resulting in the deaths of over 3,000 innocent lives.

A report from Politifact claims that the events of January 5th involved roughly a total of 2,000 people. A few of them knocked over barricades, fought with police forces, and rushed the Capitol building in an effort to halt Congressional members from officially certifying the results of the then-recently concluded 2020 presidential election. Officials claim that a total of 800 people out of the massive crowd broke into the Capitol ground and the proper building, leaving well over 200 people with only a recourse to plead guilty to a few different charges.

As a result of these comments, Stzrok, who has been slammed with accusations of inflicting long-term damage to the reputation of the FBI in the wake of the bureau terminating his employment just over four years ago, and many others have made promises to fabricate a narrative in which the events of January 6 were the worst attacks on American soil and a dangerous;y deadly insurrection.