Peter Hoekstra

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(spook, politician)
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BornPeter Hoekstra
1953-10-30
Groningen, Netherlands
Alma materHope College, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Children • Erin Allison
• Bryan
SpouseDiane Johnson
PartyRepublican

[[|x22px|link=Chairman of House Intelligence Committee]] Chairman of House Intelligence Committee

In office
September 23, 2004 - January 3, 2007

Employment.png Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee

In office
January 3, 2007 - January 3, 2011

[[|x22px|link=Chair of the House Intelligence Committee]] Chair of the House Intelligence Committee

In office
September 23, 2004 - January 3, 2007

In 2006, Sibel Edmonds named Peter Hoekstra as one of her "Dirty Dozen", listing members of congress who "by their action or inaction, have stood against real investigations, hearings, and legislation dealing with government whistleblowers who have exposed waste, fraud, abuse, and or criminal activities within government agencies."[1]


Anti-Muslim propaganda

“A Dutch journalist just asked new U.S. Ambassador Pete Hoekstra why he said there are “no go” areas in the Netherlands, where radical Muslims are setting cars and politicians on fire. Hoekstra denied it, and called the claim “fake news.” The report cut to a video clip of Hoekstra at a 2015 conference hosted by the David Horowitz Freedom Center saying: “The Islamic movement has now gotten to a point where they have put Europe into chaos. Chaos in the Netherlands, there are cars being burned, there are politicians that are being burned.” “And yes, there are no-go zones in the Netherlands,” he added in the clip. Then things got extremely weird. When the reporter pressed, Hoekstra denied using the term “fake news,” which he'd uttered moments before “I didn’t call that fake news,” he said. “I didn’t use the words today. I don’t think I did.””
Amanda Erickson (December 22, 2017)  [2]

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