By: Denise Simon | Founders Code
It is an outrage for several reasons and here goes.
Andrew McCabe at the center of the FBI scandalous operation against President Trump settled his counter lawsuit and he should be delighted. McCabe is to receive pension payments going back to the date of his firing. His termination will read he is no longer with the Bureau and left in good standing. Any negative items on his record is to be fully expunged. All of his attorney’s fees have been fully reimbursed totaling $540,000.00.
Most crazy in this settlement is the retention of his FBI service cufflinks….yup…cufflinks.
Another item is noted as this:
11. This Settlement Agreement is not and shall not be construed as an admission by any Defendant of the truth of any allegation or the validity of any claim asserted in this lawsuit, or of any Defendant’s liability therein. Furthermore, none of the terms of the Settlement Agreement may be offered in evidence by any of the Parties in any civil or administrative action or proceeding against another of the Parties, other than as necessary to consummate, implement, or enforce this Settlement Agreement. The terms of this Settlement Agreement shall not be construed as an admission by any Defendant that the consideration to be provided hereunder represents the relief, if any, that could be recovered after trial.
Remember this in part?
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe apologized for lying to agents who spent weeks investigating the source of a leak to the Wall Street Journal that actually came from him, new documents reveal.
Shortly before the 2016 election, The Journal reported that an FBI investigation was underway involving then-candidate Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.
McCabe in May 2017 denied that he was the source of the leak — but later fessed up, angering bureau investigators who had been spinning their wheels trying to identify the source of the leak.
The documents, which the FBI released in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by the government watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, include transcripts of McCabe’s conversations with investigators, who were frustrated after wasting their time on the probe.
On Aug. 18, 2017, FBI officials grilled McCabe again to try to unravel what they said was “conflicting information” they had gathered about the possible leak to the Journal, The Daily Beast reported.
Remember this part?
McCabe authorized the FBI to begin investigating Trump personally for possible obstruction of justice in connection with the probe of whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia to influence the 2016 election.
Or remember this part?
McCabe authorized two FBI officials to speak for a Wall Street Journal report detailing tension inside the FBI and Justice Department over the Clinton email case and a separate investigation of the Clinton family foundation. But he initially denied having done so when FBI officials — and, later, the inspector general’s office — tried to determine who might have spoken to the media.
The inspector general accused McCabe of lying at least four times, three of them under oath, and even misleading Comey, his boss at the time.
Of course there is more including the activities of his wife. But yes, there are 2 justice systems for sure… the elites get all the breaks.
If you’re outraged… good. The rest of the good people of America are outraged too.