Why McCabe’s Response To His Firing Just Made Life Tough For Comey And Could Finally End Mueller Probe

Some good points.

Via BPR:

Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe wasted little time declaring that he was a victim after being fired late Friday, claiming that he was “singled out. He pointed to an “unrelenting assault” on his reputation, to include tweets from President Trump that have “exacerbated it all.”

But in building a case for himself, McCabe just made life a lot tough for former FBI director James Comey and Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

At least, that’s according to Jonathan Turley, professor of law at George Washington University Law School.

In an op-ed run Saturday by The Hill, Turley pointed to a line in McCabe’s statement criticizing his termination “that could be viewed as incriminating fired FBI director James Comey, not just in leaking sensitive information but also in lying to Congress.”

McCabe commented on leaking information to a former Wall Street Journal reporter about the investigation of Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation, saying he was authorized to “share” the information and did so with the knowledge of “the director,” which would have been Comey at the time.

Turley explained why this is “problematic”:

If the “interaction” means leaking the information, then McCabe’s statement would seem to directly contradict statements Comey made in a May 2017 congressional hearing. Asked if he had “ever been an anonymous source in news reports about matters relating to the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation” or whether he had “ever authorized someone else at the FBI to be an anonymous source in news reports about the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation,” Comey replied “never” and “no.”

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Marie Harf: ‘I’m Offended’ People Think ‘The Left’ Dislikes Christianity

The truth hurts.

Via Daily Caller:

Fox News’ Marie Harf stated Friday that it’s offensive to insinuate that some liberal personalities have a tendency to malign Christianity.

Her comments came after Fox & Friends co-host Lisa Marie Boothe asked Harf, an Obama-era state department official, to clarify a joke MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle made about Larry Kudlow’s faith Thursday, asking “why is there such an open animosity to Christianity from those on the left?”

“I sort of am offended by the question,” Harf responded, to which Boothe shot back, “I’m offended by the comments from Joy Behar and the MSNBC host.”

“And we have a journalist who would never make a joke about any other faith by the way,” chimed in guest Buck Sexton.

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School Officials Worried About Florida School Shooter And Guns 18 Months Before Shooting

The authorities had enough to Baker Act him.

Via Sun Sentinel:

Eighteen months before Nikolas Cruz shot up Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, staff were so worried about his fascination with guns that they banned him from practicing shooting skills with the JROTC, according to mental health records obtained by the South Florida Sun Sentinel.

A safety plan created by the school for Cruz in September 2016 also prohibited him from carrying a backpack on campus.

Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder and 17 counts of attempted murder stemming from his Feb. 14 shooting rampage at the Parkland school.

The mental health records show counselors were sent to Cruz’s home multiple times in September 2016, the same month the Department of Children and Families conducted its own investigation following up on concerns from the school and from his family.

Other documents show that psychiatrists recommended placing Cruz in a residential treatment facility as early as 2013, the same year he and his brother learned they were adopted. He was 14 years old.


A psychiatric memo dated 2014 from the alternative Cross Creek School that Cruz attended in eighth grade describes him as “moody, impulsive, angry, attention seeking, annoys others on purpose and threatens to hurt others.” It describes him as having a strained relationship with his brother and indicates problems with Cruz’s behavior began in 2004, when he watched his father, Roger, die from a heart attack.

But the bulk of the documents focus on a one-week period in September 2016, when the Sheriff’s Office, DCF and mental health officials were investigating claims that Cruz posed, at least, a threat to himself.

Despite the repeated visits, neither the Broward Sheriff’s Office nor Henderson Behavioral Health, a mental health clinic in Davie that treated him for two years, ordered Cruz hospitalized for observation under the state’s Baker Act, which allows intervention when a person is deemed to be a danger to himself or others.

A Henderson social worker arrived at the Cruz home Sept. 23, the day before he turned 18, after his mother, Lynda, told school officials he “was punching holes in the wall and verbally aggressive,” according to one report.

Cruz, who was taking medications to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, told a social worker, Brittany Jacobs, he was upset because his girlfriend had broken up with him and was “playing with his emotions.” He denied having homicidal or suicidal thoughts. He did admit cutting his arm with a pencil sharpener the night before.

But the cuts “did not appear deep or fresh,” according to Jacobs’ report.

“Client [Cruz] did report that it was the first time he did this,” wrote Jacobs, who said she told Cruz’s mother to lock up sharpeners and give him access only when he needed them.

Five days later, the resource officer at Stoneman Douglas and two school counselors relayed an allegation that Cruz drank gasoline in a suicide attempt, cut himself and “that he had a gun at home and was thinking of using it.”

Cruz then told another social worker from Henderson that he was not suicidal, but this time he denied cutting himself. He also denied drinking gasoline or telling anyone that he had.

“I was joking,” he told his mother. “I didn’t drink gasoline. I don’t want to die.”

He was not being abused and was not abusing drugs or alcohol, he told the second social worker.

Officials from Henderson declined to comment, citing patient confidentiality.

The school resource officer, a Broward sheriff’s deputy, promised to search Cruz’s home for a gun, according to the mental status assessment on Sept. 28, 2016. A sheriff’s report from the same date mentions no search for a gun, indicating only that Cruz wanted to buy one. The deputy who filed the report confirmed that Henderson and DCF were at the visit and said Cruz showed no signs of mental illness or criminal activity.

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Former UN Amb. Samantha Power Levels Veiled Threat At Trump

Former CIA Director flipped out earlier today.

But now former UN Ambassador Samantha Power is threatening Trump.

Check out more responses to the Obama folks melting down here.

London Court Rules UK Spy Behind Trump Dossier Must Give Evidence In U.S. Libel Trial

LONDON (Reuters) – Former British spy Christopher Steele, who compiled a “dossier” of allegations linking U.S. President Donald Trump to Russia, must give a deposition in a U.S. libel case, lawyers for the Russian businessman involved said on Friday.

Businessman Aleksej Gubarev is suing the Buzzfeed website, which published the dossier in January last year, for libel in a Florida court over claims made about him and his companies and as part of his case his lawyers asked to take evidence from Steele.

Last November, a British court ruled Steele should undergo lengthy pre-trial questioning and in February his lawyers sought to have that order quashed, arguing it could put his sources at risk and harm UK national security

On Friday, the High Court in London agreed Steele should provide a deposition which would be used in the Florida trial, Gubarev’s lawyer said.

“The court has rightly ordered that Christopher Steele must now answer under oath the relevant and appropriate questions to be put to him in deposition. I expect the deposition to take place in the next eight weeks,” said lawyer Steven Loble.

Sources close to Steele said the judge had said the questioning had to be limited to avoid anything that could expose his informants.

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Democrats, Media Trying To Save Andrew McCabe’s Pension

If you had any doubts about how critical McCabe was to this whole deal, how mad they are and how in league the media is, check how they’re trying to save his pension. This is before the IG report drops, even knowing it will say that he lied and leaked.

Former Bush official Ari Fleischer gives them a warning, noting it really isn’t the best idea.

The FBI Office of Professional Responsibility recommended his firing.

So Democrats are revealing how critical he is to them and are protecting someone who the FBI itself has recommended firing for lack of candor, a cardinal sin in the FBI. Lying in an internal investigation multiple times.

But for Democrats that’s like breathing.

HT: Twitchy

Report: Mueller Allegedly Has McCabe Memos Documenting Conversations With Trump

McCabe’s creditability is questionable. And criticizing McCabe’s conflict doesn’t constitute any kind of obstruction.

Via CNN:

Much like fired FBI Director James Comey, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe wrote memos documenting his conversations with President Donald Trump, a source with knowledge of the matter told CNN.

A person familiar with the matter told CNN McCabe’s memos are now in the hands of special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.

The memos also detail what Comey told McCabe about his own interactions with Trump while he was FBI director and are seen as a way to corroborate Comey’s account in Mueller’s probe.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired McCabe on Friday, about a day before his 50th birthday and the date he was set to retire and begin receiving his anticipated pension, over accusations that McCabe directed FBI officials to speak to the media about an investigation tied to the Clinton Foundation and misled investigators about his actions. Following his firing Friday, McCabe told CNN in an interview that he had four interactions with the President last May, while he was acting FBI director.

McCabe revealed that he had three in-person interactions and one phone call with Trump, in which the President berated him each time about his wife’s failed Virginia Senate campaign.

It is unclear exactly what is in McCabe’s memos and if he memorialized every interaction he had with the President.

“In May, when Director Comey was fired and I had my own interactions with the President, he brought up my wife every time I ever spoke to him,” McCabe told CNN. “Of course, I disagreed with him.”

McCabe also confirmed that the President asked him who he voted for in the 2016 election, which was reported back in January and which Trump denied.

The former No. 2 official at the FBI told CNN that Trump did not bring up the agency’s investigation into Russia meddling in the 2016 election.

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Former FBI Agent: Lack Of Candor ‘Number One’ Reason People Get Fired

Had he been a normal agent, he would have been gone long ago.

Via Daily Caller:

A former FBI special agent said on Fox News Friday that “lack of candor” — lying or being dishonest — is the “number one” reason why people get fired from the FBI.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions decided to fire McCabe on Friday night after reviewing an inspector general report about the Clinton investigation. McCabe is accused in that report of lacking candor, specifically about whether or not he authorized sensitive information to be disclosed to a reporter. (RELATED: FBI’s Andrew McCabe Fired Just Two Days Before Official Retirement)

Bobby Chacon, a retired special agent, told Fox News that a street agent would “absolutely” be fired for lack of candor.

“I am not surprised and I’m kind of heartened by it,” Chacon said of McCabe’s firing. “Look, I was a special agent for 27 years…if I had done the same transgressions as Andrew McCabe had done I would have been fired before now.”

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Trump’s Lawyer Calls For ‘Manufactured’ Russia Probe To Be Shut Down

Shut it down.

Via Fox News:

President Trump’s personal attorney John Dowd called on Saturday for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to shut down FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe — coming just hours after ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired.

“I pray that Acting Attorney General Rosenstein will follow the brilliant and courageous example of the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility and Attorney General Jeff Sessions and bring an end to alleged Russia Collusion investigation manufactured by McCabe’s boss James Comey based upon a fraudulent and corrupt Dossier,” he said in a statement to Fox News.

“Just end it on the merits in light of recent revelations,” he added.

Rosenstein is overseeing the probe after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from any investigation related to Russia and the Trump campaign. Dowd said he made the remarks in his personal capacity and not on behalf of the president.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said the remarks showed that Trump’s team is looking “not to cooperate with Special Counsel Mueller, but to undermine him at every turn.”

“The president, the administration, and his legal team must not take any steps to curtail, interfere with, or end the special counsel’s investigation or there will be severe consequences from both Democrats and Republicans,” Schumer said in a statement.

Carl Tobias, a law professor at the University of Richmond, told Fox News that Dowd’s remarks seem like a new phase in the Trump team’s attitude to the Mueller probe.

“It also seems important that the timing coincides with McCabe’s firing, so we can probably expect that there will be increasing pressure on [Rosenstein] to end the Mueller inquiry, although McCabe’s actions were only tangentially related to Mueller’s work,” he said.

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HT: Carmen

Mike Rowe: Americans Don’t Value Work Anymore

And that’s a fundamental problem. Or value the trades.

Via Daily Caller:

‘Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe believes that many Americans are dissatisfied with their lives because they no longer appreciate the intrinsic value of work.

In a pre-recorded interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that aired Friday, Rowe accused the American media of convincing people that they will be happier if they choose to work less.

“Look, the best-selling books right now in the self-help section and in general claim to have the solution for how you can work less,” Rowe explained. “Most of the commercials on TV ask a tacit question, you know, how could you be happier? And the answer, of course, is retire a little sooner or work 35 instead of 40 hours.”

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Judge Duns Dem Rep. Bobby Rush For Delinquent Loan, Taps His Congressional Pay

Forced to pay his fair share.

Via Chicago Sun Times:

U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush must give up 15 percent of his congressional salary to begin repaying more than $1 million he owes on a delinquent bank loan to his now-shuttered Englewood church, a judge in Chicago ordered Wednesday.

Cook County Circuit Judge Alexander White ordered the garnishment of more than $2,100 a month from the South Side Democrat’s $174,000 annual federal pay in what was another setback for the longtime congressman-turned-pastor who once promised that the house of worship he founded would help rebuild Englewood.

Though rare, it isn’t the first time a congressman’s wages have been garnished. In one case, in 2014, it happened to U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, a Missouri Democrat who owed more than $1.3 million from a loan for a carwash.

Rush was ordered last June to repay the loan made more than a dozen years ago to buy the limestone, Gothic-style building at 6430 S. Harvard Ave. for what became Beloved Community Church of God in Christ.

Rush bought the former Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, built in the 1920s, in 2005 for $800,000, in part with a $550,000 bank loan from New City Bank. Rush and seven other church members cosigned the loan to the church. Rush’s creditors dropped the other co-signers of the loan from their lawsuit, leaving Rush liable for the entire judgment.

The church stopped making its $3,562 monthly payments in November 2011, records show, and creditors sued Rush and entities linked to him in 2015.

Rush’s lawyer, Berton Ring, tried to get the judge to take only $300 a month from Rush’s congressional pay, citing the congressman’s financial troubles, the death of his wife last year and his having to maintain households in both Chicago and Washington due to his congressional duties. Ring also cited Rush’s age, 71, saying he “has to spend money on vitamins and healthy food products which cost more than unhealthy food products.”

The judge said the law required him to take 15 percent of Rush’s paycheck.

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HT: Marathon Pundit

‘You Are Only Allowed One Overdose’ Sign Removed From Massachusetts Burger King

Burger King: Have it your way


A sign in a Worcester Burger King telling customers they will be banned for overdosing inside the restaurant has been taken down.

Worcester police confirmed that the sign behind the counter was removed. It read: “You are ONLY allowed ONE overdose and then you are banned from this establishment.”

Police said they met with the manager of the Burger King on Madison Street near Kelley Square to talk about how they could help.

“We are in the midst of an opioid crisis and signs like this don’t help,” said AdCare’s Georganna Koppermann. “I think this sign really is a result of the stigma around addiction.”

She also said addicts tend to use public bathrooms and customers admit it is a problem.

“It’s common knowledge, people do use those restrooms to do that sort of thing. There have been overdoses in there,” said one customer.

A report on MassLive.com notes there were nine overdose incidents at the location between September 2016 and September 2017.

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Fleeing the Land of Lincoln, Illinois

Remember elections have consequences.

Via Washington Times:

Illinois is many things, but no one in their right mind would move there and those unlucky enough to have been born there are moving out as fast as they can find jobs or move their businesses somewhere else. Some move as far away as Florida or Texas, but many others are content to simply haul their assets a few miles to Iowa, Wisconsin or Indiana.

They don’t flee because of the weather; Florida may have easier winters, but the neighboring Midwestern states to which so many decamp are as uncomfortable in February as Illinois. It’s not for superior cultural or even educational opportunities available to residents of Fort Wayne or Des Moines either; with wonderful museums, a great symphony and world renowned art galleries, Chicago is and always has been an internationally recognized cultural center and Illinois’ universities and colleges are as good as any.

They are fleeing Illinois in jaw-dropping numbers because its citizens have the unique distinction of residing in one of the worst governed and most over-taxed states in the country. They drive on roads that are falling apart and are forced to bear the costs of an incomprehensible level of state and municipal corruption.

Illinois politicians use the law not to protect and serve, but to line the coffers of state and local governments as well as their own pockets; Chicago’s police are pretty good tax collectors, which they proved a few years ago when Mayor Rahm Emanuel jiggered with the city’s traffic cameras to allow them to issue thousands of more tickets to unsuspecting motorists, but seem unable to protect that city’s citizenry from thugs and thieves.

In 2015 alone, some 86,000 people fled the state draining net annual income to Illinois’ economy by nearly $5 billion. When researchers from the Paul Simon Policy Institute surveyed those leaving they discovered, not unexpectedly, that the main reasons they are pulling up stakes are state taxes and local property taxes, which are also the highest in the country and increasing with no real end in sight.

Illinois politicians have always been something of a joke and not just because so many of them depend on the votes of the departed to win elections. In 1965 I was shown around the newly opened Rayburn House Office Building by Iowa Congressman H.R. Gross. Mr. Gross was a fiscally responsible politician of the old school who rarely if ever voted to increase spending and was morally offended by government waste of which he considered the Rayburn Building a prime example.

He pointed out that at the time, it was the second most expensive government building per square foot in the country. The only building that cost taxpayers more per square foot was the rest room facility on the Illinois State Fairgrounds because it was partly through its construction contracts that Paul Powell, the state’s legendarily corrupt secretary of state, laundered the millions in payoffs he extracted from his fellow citizens before his death in 1970.

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David Hogg: “What If Our Politicians Weren’t The Bitch Of The NRA”

Full-blown political propagandist.

Dem Lawmaker Wants ‘General Hooker’ Sign Removed From Massachusetts State House

Massachusetts is saved.

Via Reason:

Here’s a twist on the debate over public monuments to problematic figures like Confederate leaders: A Massachusetts state lawmaker wants to censor references to a man who scored Civil War era wins against the Confederacy. Her reasoning? That man’s name is Joseph Hooker.

As we’re all aware, General Hooker’s last name became slang for “someone who has sex for money.” Today, “hooker” is widely considered a slur by folks in the sex-work community. Yet as far as I’m aware, there have’t been any sex worker campaigns to remove references to Joseph Hooker from public view—presumably because most well-adjusted people realize that words have different meanings in different contexts.

“There are all sorts of benign words in our language that sound like words unfit for polite company,” writes Jon Keller at CBS Boston, offering Uranus and clap as further examples. “And they offer us an opportunity to teach snickering kids about Civil War history or outer space—and about showing respect for others while avoiding making fools of ourselves.”

State Rep. Michelle DuBois (D-Plymouth) disagrees. She has been calling for the removal of a statehouse sign that reads “General Hooker Entrance” (so inscribed because it stands opposite a statue of General Hooker), which she described as an affront to “women’s dignity.”

“Female staffers don’t use that entrance because the sign is offensive to them,” DuBois told WBZ-TV this week.

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Former CIA Director John Brennan Has Meltdown Over McCabe Firing

Except the IG found that he leaked to the media and lied multiple times under oath during their investigation. And the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility recommended his firing. Meanwhile, Brennan himself should have been prosecuted for lying to Congress and just skated past the statute of limitations.

Via The Hill:

Former CIA Director John Brennan tore into President Trump for celebrating the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, saying Trump will be remembered as “a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history.”

“You may scapegoat Andy McCabe, but you will not destroy America…America will triumph over you,” Brennan tweeted at Trump.

The former CIA director was responding to a tweet by Trump hailing McCabe’s firing as a “great day for democracy.”

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Great Falls, Montana Students ‘Walk-In’ In Place Of National School Walkout

Not buying into the gun violence hype.

Via Great Falls Tribune:

As students across the country participated in the National School Walkout, more than 200 students at Great Falls High took a different approach and staged a “walk-in” to promote school safety.

The morning began with a moment of silence for the lives lost in the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Parkland, Fla. where a former student killed 17 students on campus with an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle. Then, participating students quietly walked to the school gym and wrote down why they chose to walk out and what ideas they have to improve school safety.

During the walk in, media was not allowed to photograph participating students. Great Falls High Principal Heather Hoyer said some students were concerned about backlash they might receive if they couldn’t share their thoughts with anonymity.

The students’ thoughts were compiled into a word wall on display in the gym. At the end of the day, the messages will be taken down and delivered to community leaders.

Wednesday also kicks off the school’s 17 Days of Kindness Challenge.

“We will encourage students and teachers to at least once a day, if not more than once, for 17 straight days to reach out to someone here at the school that they’ve never met before, to thank them for being at school, to ask them to join them at lunch, to invite them into a conversation, to try and make a positive change in someone’s life,” Hoyer said.

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‘Angel Dad’: Pelosi Would Want ‘Wall to the Moon’ If Illegal Alien Hurt Her Family

Via Fox News Insider:

The father of a teenager who was murdered by an illegal immigrant in 2008 said Friday that Rep. Nancy Pelosi would probably support a border wall if someone in her family was harmed by an illegal immigrant.

“I guarantee you she would go hog-wild, building a wall to the moon if she had to,” Jamiel Shaw, Sr. said.

The House minority leader said Thursday that President Donald Trump’s border wall prototypes were too tall, denounced them as “obnoxious” and said the barrier has no place in a “civilized society.”

Shaw also said on “Fox and Friends” that Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf “has blood on her hands” after warning the public about an immigration raid.

He said he wants her prosecuted for aiding and abetting and putting lives in danger.

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Is St. Patrick’s Day Cultural Appropriation?

Confuses the social justice warriors.

Via Campus Reform:

With St. Patrick’s Day upon us, millions of Americans will be donning their finest green apparel, drinking copious amounts of Guinness, and attending parades in cities around the country.

Never ones to miss an opportunity to party, college students everywhere will of course be partaking in St. Patrick’s day festivities in bars and frat houses.

But are those students committing cultural appropriation?

For those who don’t have a social justice handbook around, cultural appropriation is “when an individual adopts aspects of a culture that is not their own.”

This year, as in years past, Campus Reform has reported on instances of students being warned against appropriating cultures, and even harassed when failing to heed those warnings.

Following from this logic, one is left to wonder whether non-Irish students should be allowed to partake in St. Patrick’s day festivities.

Wanting to find out if college students saw how their celebrations could constitute cultural appropriation, we hit the streets of New York City.

While most students initially had no problem with the idea of non-Irish folks celebrating the holiday, many quickly realized that by their own definition, it is in fact cultural appropriation to do so.

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McCabe Fired Two Days Before Pension Vests

Took long enough.

Via Fox News:

The Justice Department dealt a stunning blow to former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe on Friday night, firing him just days before he would have been eligible for a lifetime pension after determining that he lied to investigators reviewing the bureau’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s email server.

“Pursuant to Department Order 1202, and based on the report of the Inspector General, the findings of the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility, and the recommendation of the Department’s senior career official, I have terminated the employment of Andrew McCabe effective immediately,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement.

“After an extensive and fair investigation and according to Department of Justice procedure, the Department’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) provided its report on allegations of misconduct by Andrew McCabe to the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR),” Sessions said.

“The FBI’s OPR then reviewed the report and underlying documents and issued a disciplinary proposal recommending the dismissal of Mr. McCabe. Both the OIG and FBI OPR reports concluded that Mr. McCabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor − including under oath − on multiple occasions.

“The FBI expects every employee to adhere to the highest standards of honesty, integrity, and accountability. As the OPR proposal stated, ‘all FBI employees know that lacking candor under oath results in dismissal and that our integrity is our brand.'”

McCabe hit back in a fiery response of his own.

“This attack on my credibility is one part of a larger effort not just to slander me personally, but to taint the FBI, law enforcement, and intelligence professionals more generally,” McCabe said. “It is part of this Administration’s ongoing war on the FBI and the efforts of the Special Counsel investigation, which continue to this day. Their persistence in this campaign only highlights the importance of the Special Counsel’s work.

“For the last year and a half, my family and I have been the targets of an unrelenting assault on our reputation and my service to this country,” McCabe continued. “Articles too numerous to count have leveled every sort of false, defamatory and degrading allegation against us. The President’s tweets have amplified and exacerbated it all. He called for my firing. He called for me to be stripped of my pension after more than 20 years of service. And all along we have said nothing, never wanting to distract from the mission of the FBI by addressing the lies told and repeated about us. No more.”

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