FOIA Suits Filed – $700K Cash CLINTON Allies GAVE FBI Dir McCabe’s Wife

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It seems that the good folks at Judicial Watch have some concerns or questions regarding the possibility that some of that infamous Clinton pay for play spilled over into potential bribery of the current acting FBI Director, who was at the time the Deputy Director, Andrew McCabe.

Judicial Watch announced, on July 28th, the filing of three FOIA lawsuits against the US Department of Justice, requesting documents related to McCabe’s political activities, travel vouchers, and employment status. The first two involve his activities related to his wife’s unsuccessful campaign for a Virginia state office and his interactions with Virginia Governor, and Clinton ally Terry McAuliffe. Judicial Watch states:

The first FOIA lawsuit, filed on July 24 (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:17-cv-01494)), seeks the following:

Any and all records of communication between FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and other FBI or Department of Justice (“DOJ”) officials regarding, concerning or relating to ethical issues concerning the involvement of Andrew McCabe and/or his wife, Dr. Jill McCabe, in political campaigns;

Any and all records related to ethical guidance concerning political activities provided to Deputy Director McCabe by FBI and/or DOJ officials or elements.

The second Judicial Watch FOIA lawsuit, filed on July 26, seeks communication records between then-Deputy Director McCabe and Gov. Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic National Committee (DNC), and the Democratic Party of Virginia (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:17-cv-01495)), including:

Any and all records of communication between Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe and any of the following individuals:

Any official within the office of the Governor of Virginia, including but not limited to Governor Terry McAuliffe;

Any official, representative or employee with the Democratic National Committee;

Any official, representative or employee with the Democratic Party of Virginia.

They note that in 2015, a political action committee run by McAuliffe, a close personal friend and political supporter and ally of Bill and Hillary Clinton, donated nearly $500,000 to Jill McCabe, Andrew McCabe’s wife, who was then running for the Virginia State Senate. Also, the Virginia Democratic Party, over which McAuliffe had significant influence, donated an additional $207,788 to the Jill McCabe campaign. In July 2015, Andrew McCabe was in charge of the FBI’s Washington, DC, field office, which provided personnel resources to the Clinton email probe.

The Hatch Act prohibits FBI employees from engaging “in political activity in concert with a political party, a candidate for partisan political office, or a partisan political group.”

The conflict of interest is obvious to all who don’t stand to gain from its exploitation, such as political candidates for President guilty of committing espionage and other criminal acts against the United States.

Information on the third, travel FOIA is available from Judicial Watch here.


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21 Comments on FOIA Suits Filed – $700K Cash CLINTON Allies GAVE FBI Dir McCabe’s Wife

  1. George Webb has discovered that Jill McCabe received over $1.2 million from the Clintons.

  2. Hadenoughalready // August 1, 2017 at 12:52 pm // Reply

    Sadly, they’re all liars and none can be trusted. We were fortunate to get Trump but, then again, he wasn’t a politician.

  3. Hadenoughalready // August 1, 2017 at 8:43 am // Reply

    I did some more digging. Thank you for the heads-up.

    • Kelleigh Nelson // August 1, 2017 at 9:43 am // Reply

      It made me angry at myself because I believed in him when he ran for congress and sent him money every week, then he voted opposite of the way he should have. Depressing. I swore I’d never do it again, but I probably will.

  4. Hadenoughalready // August 1, 2017 at 4:48 am // Reply

    Leakers are one thing. How about the obvious offenders – Clinton, Obama, Lynch, etc…? Why go on a digging expedition when the crimes sit atop the pile?

  5. Kelleigh Nelson // August 1, 2017 at 4:46 am // Reply

    Totallyt disagree with you on Allen West. I supported this guy monetarily, and then he disappointed a lot of us. He even called the Tea Party people who supported him schizophrenics when they were angry at him voting for the debt ceiling raised. Read my old article on what West voted for, you’ll find he’s establishment through and through, and his votes proved it. The article is short but concise.

  6. Hadenoughalready // August 1, 2017 at 4:44 am // Reply

    Granted, Sessions didn’t create the situation but he DOES have the power to rectify well he should.

  7. Hadenoughalready // August 1, 2017 at 4:21 am // Reply

    Thanks for the heads-up. Let’s suggest Allan West. He’s definitely on the positive side of all those issues.

  8. Check out Sessions on YouTube. Seems he’s not as honest and upright as I always thought. Darnit, I liked the guy. But I can no longer agree with him being in that position. Giuliani is Open Borders, Pro-Abortions, and last I heard NWO. Now that scares me even more. There has to be somebody somewhere who can do the job right. BTW, this only goes to prove there is nobody in the FBI who is worth anything. Can’t trust them at all!

    • Ooohh… Sessions seems to be coming around! No longer on Trump’s “tweet list”. Sorry, guess I can still like the guy. Check YouTube for this article, just posted: AG Jeff Sessions to Prosecute Some Criminal Leakers! Judge Nap!
      Still not the Clintons, maybe he IS scared of them. I would be.

  9. Hadenoughalready // August 1, 2017 at 12:37 am // Reply

    Once he was nominated, like Trump, he should have been scurrying about, stacking up and signing warrants and setting up his game plan to prosecute those in question, not waiting until the last minute. That’s what he was appointed for – to do a job.
    I know when I was working, I made a point to have my ducks in a row at least 15 minutes before punching the clock knowing I had a job to do and a plan to execute it… Why didn’t he do the same? Trump did!
    Like you, I supported his nomination, based on his history, and fully expected him to be chomping at the bit ready to bolt out the gate. Apparently, he fell asleep. I think Guliani should take his place and Sessions can either play second fiddle or float.

  10. Commit one crime U get busted. Pull a Hillary and commit hundred of thousands of crimes and justice gets over loaded, blows a fuse and has no idea where to start.

  11. We shouldn’t forget that the current head of the FBI is Andrew McCabe. It’s not likely that much will get done against Clinton, Comey, Lynch, etc. while he remains in that job. And Sessions didn’t create this situation so he shouldn’t get blamed for it.

  12. Larry/vietnamvet1971 // July 31, 2017 at 7:57 pm // Reply

    even though the Repubs. have control of all 3 houses it appears the liberal DimWits still control things and the agenda….Time for the Sissy Repubs. boys & girls to pull up the drawers and act Manly… even though they are part of the Swamp and a swamp creature you have to act & be a swamp creature to Go along to Get along.

    How Disgusting to watch them just Flap their mouth like we believe their non sense.

  13. Alton Robinson // July 31, 2017 at 7:14 pm // Reply

    Come on people get off this, it is the liberal party you are talking about, they and killary never do anything wrong. Now those nasty repubs they do everything wrong. I bet some of them will talk to a russian today, we must go after them.

  14. Hadenoughalready // July 31, 2017 at 4:45 pm // Reply

    Yes, he may be busy but no department head does the actual prosecution. They assign a special prosecutor so there’s no excuse to dragging his feet.
    Don’t get me wrong, I like the guy and he has a fantastic record but I do have to ask: what happened? Is he still on his “honeymoon”? My wife and I got a weekend; he’s had months…
    It’s time, Mr. Sessions, to either shit or get off the pot!

    • I agree, and because I’ve always been a supporter only makes me more angry if I’ve been a chump – past time to act – that was a day one thing on clinton and on daca supposedly – not day 251


  16. Hadenoughalready // July 31, 2017 at 3:44 pm // Reply

    Sessions has had plenty of time to start prosecuting these vermin and if he’s either unprepared or unwilling, then he needs to move over and let someone else do the job. Perhaps Guliani, Trump’s first choice, was the best. Maybe it’s time to replace Sessions, too. We’ve waited long enough for these reptiles to see the same justice that’s levied on us, every day.

    • I’ve supported sessions for a long time bud, he needs to either drop a load or relocate – so to speak, he’s busy but the top priority items are not being addressed

    • Kelleigh Nelson // July 31, 2017 at 8:27 pm // Reply

      Giuliani is pro amnesty, pro-abort, and no, I don’t think Sessions should be replaced at all. I believe he’s working behind the scenes and doing with immigration exactly what our president intended him to do. He’s now openly stated that leakers will be prosecuted, and at the top of that list is Comey who admitted it.

      Judicial Watch with Fitton is doing a fab job

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