FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe didn’t do so well in his marathon interrogation by the House Intel Committee. He had a little trouble with his memory when he was asked
Andrew McCabe, the Deputy Director of the FBI and subversive anti-American agent who managed with Clinton protection and cover up, testified before the House Intelligence Committee for seven and a half hours on Tuesday.
That’s a lot of time for a single witness to be grilled, and a lot of time to attempt to evade answering some very direct and damning questions about his sedition against our President and abuse of power. As was to be expected, Fox News reports that there were numerous conflicts between the testimony given by McCabe and other witnesses who have been questioned previously.
Now those witnesses will be called back to clarify and help to identify just who’s lying about what. Fresh subpoenas will be issued next week compelling DOJ and FBI personnel to appear.
The Intelligence Committee refused to confirm the identity of those being called up, but indications are it will include Bruce Ohr, the DOJ official who met with both dossier author Christopher Steele, during the election and Fusion GPS founder Scott Simpson shortly afterwards and whose wife worked for Simpson as a Russia expert during the dossier preparation.
Another individual expected to be called to testify is FBI General Counsel James A. Baker, who attended the Tuesday grilling of McCabe in an official capacity. His participation is reminiscent of Cheryl Mills representing Hillary Clinton when she was herself a suspect in the sham email and espionage investigation.
A subpoena being issued against the top lawyer of the DOJ could spark a new round of legal wrangling over authority and privilege, the two favored mechanisms for refusing to testify without invoking the Fifth Amendment.
One House investigator is quoted following the McCabe questioning as saying, “It’s hard to know who’s telling us the truth,” an affirmation that there are discrepancies and someone, likely more than one individual, is lying.
Democrats on the Intel Committee, such as Adam Schiff, attempted unsuccessfully to elicit help in embellishing their fraudulent, evidence-free witch hunt against President Trump. McCabe had nothing to give. One individual involved told Fox News, “If he could have, he would have,” further indicating his known bias, despite being a supposedly objective lawman.
McCabe employed typical Democrat deception tactics, using broad statements containing vague general assertions, when he told the committee that the FBI had worked diligently to verify the dossier contents as credible. He was then asked for specific examples of that substantiation and was unable to provide any.
The best and only corroboration McCabe could come up with was a trip to Russia by a low-level adviser, Carter Page. It’s not illegal for people to travel to Russia, folks do it every day without being involved in subterfuge. Beyond that meaningless claim, McCabe had nothing that supported a single claim made in the dossier.
But it gets better. According to the Fox sources, McCabe was asked when he learned that Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC had paid for the dossier and he claimed not to remember. There are documents with his signature on them that establish his knowledge of the dossier’s funding and origin.
Andrew McCabe and many others are facing a real dilemma and a decision that they have forced other criminals to make countless times over the years. At what point do they stop digging, admit to their crimes, and face the music?
They’re busted, it’s now a matter of putting the pieces together and following them to the Obama White House, the Clintons and likely, George Soros. As they’ve undoubtedly said to many others in a similar situation, they “can either do it the easy way or the hard way.”
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