Yes. He’s doing the questioning.
Stzork cannot answer them because they have to do with the ingoing investigation.
Corn is David Corn. Jim Jordan could speak to him, or read his book on the subject. Or check his twitter feed.
Let’s see what David Corn said:
“Per @jim_jordan’s question, why am I mentioned in this Strzok email? A week or two after the election, on my own accord, I shared the copy of the Steele memos I had with the FBI to see if the bureau would confirm the authenticity of the documents and its contacts with Steele.”
“This was part of my journalistic follow-up to the 10/31/16 story I wrote revealing the existence of the memos and reporting the FBI was investigating the allegations in the memo. I was still on the case & trying to discover more information about the memos and their allegations.”
“Why were there differences between the versions of the Steele memos I presented to the FBI and the version Buzzfeed posted in Jan. 2017? The version I had only included pre-election memos. The Buzzfeed version included post-election memos. This is not a big mystery.”
“A few months ago, @Jim_Jordan had a false conspiracy theory: the FBI had slipped me the Steele documents pre-election in order to sabotage Trump. This was not true. See:”
“Now the rightwing conspiracy theory seems to be that I slipped the memos to the FBI to sabotage Trump. Also not true. They can’t get their story straight.”
The Strzok hearing and all the conspiracy-mongering is a distraction from the big story: Trump has tried to cover-up Putin’s attack on American democracy, which aimed to help Trump.
My question is, why ask Stzork when he can’t answer the questions due to the investigation, but ask Corn (who wrote a book about the whole thing, it’s called “Russian Roulette”.