Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch urges Sessions and Wray to suspend retirement benefits of seditious dirty cop Andrew McCabe until after he’s been investigated for plotting against President
Opening the discussion with Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch, Gregg Jarrett asks opines that it seems like the FBI, of all agencies, would want to verify the substance of the dossier before using it to initiate an investigation into the President of the United States.
Farrell agrees, saying, “Failure to do so is criminal negligence on the part of those persons who then advanced the manufactured dossier to use it as leverage for FISA warrants.
He takes the conversation back to the topic of the rumored retirement by Andrew McCabe, saying, “McCabe needs a waiver, according to my understanding, to get to the March retirement date. I don’t think he’s actually eligible to retire until a little bit after that.”
“So his retirement and all of the benefits that flow from it can all be administratively held,” says Farrell, “and I would recommend very strongly to the FBI Director and the Attorney General that any sort of retirement or any benefits that might accrue to him all be held in suspension until this entire matter is cleared up.”
Farrell references a very senior FBI agent who bailed out on the whole thing as he saw the chickens coming home to roost as well as the GS13 level who worked for McCabe and Strzok should all be called in to testify on the wrongdoing that was taking place, noting that they are unlikely to perjure themselves covering up for a former boss.
Jarrett asks, “Shouldn’t all of these guys, if they’re planning to vanish into retirement with full pension benefits paid for by taxpayers, should that all be held in abeyance until it’s finally determined whether or not they should face criminal charges, for things like filing a phony affidavit in support of a warrant or whether they were participating in obstruction of justice in clearing Hillary Clinton and targeting Donald Trump?”
After Jarrett speaks with some optimism about the upcoming Inspector General report, Farrell, who knows the individuals involved, cautions, “I would temper everyone’s expectations,” saying, “many, many, not all, but many Inspectors General are really the department of cover ups.”
He says, ‘I’m forever hopeful but I’m also a realist. I’ve seen these guys in action before and if you expect some hard-hitting thing that can be turned around into an indictment, don’t bet the farm on it.”
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