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Thread by @PoliticallyRYT: "Andrew McCabe is as corrupt and crooked as they come! […]" #WitchHunt #NoCollusion #McCabe #SaturdayNight

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Andrew McCabe is as corrupt and crooked as they come!

#WitchHunt
#NoCollusion
#McCabe
#SaturdayNight
#ClintonFoundation
#ClintonCrimeFamily

@realDonaldTrump

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Andrew McCabe, the corrupt little weasel who was deputy FBI Director from the Comey days was running scared. So scared in fact he cancelled a House Intellgence Commiettee testimony.
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He was scared because it’s been discovered that Bruce Ohr’s wife was working with Fusion GPS.

McCabe’s wife got three quarters of a million dollars for a failed congressional campaign as a Democrat.
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Rumors were flying that McCabe was finally going to be fired, long after he should have been anyway.

Alas, he had finally been fired!
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McCabe joined the bureau in 1998 during the reign of its fifth director, former federal judge Louis Freeh. And when Freeh's successor, Robert Mueller, was unceremoniously welcomed to his post a week after his swearing-in with the 9/11 attacks, the bureau's mission focus and
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manner of "doing business" was to be irrevocably altered going forward.

McCabe expertly read the writing on the wall. Recognizing that Mueller was bent on reconstituting an FBI HQ that Freeh had summarily dismantled, McCabe made his move.
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Mueller had begun enticing, cajoling - hell, "bribing" w/ cash bonuses & incentives - the Gen X agent population to accept promotions to HQ supervisory desks. Senior agents, bristled at the offered quid pro quo.
Junior agents, some with 3 years on the job & no significant
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case accomplishments to their names, were flocking in droves to D.C.

The bureau had begun to be reshaped in a massive way. As the criminal division ranks were shrunk, senior gumshoes took advantage of early retirement opportunities, taking with them decades of experience.
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As the counterintelligence & counterterrorism branches were built up, a shifting power structure inside the agency began to develop.

McCabe was on the leading edge of this movement. Right place, right time.

He shuttled back and forth between FBI HQ and the Washington field
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division - commonplace for ladder-climbers interested in hastening their ascent in the midlevel & senior executive ranks.

And with James Comey's arrival on the scene as FBI chief in September 2013, he found a kindred spirit in McCabe.
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Comey was personally responsible for quickly guiding McCabe through a number of senior-level positions. As some FBI bystanders groused - these "blue-flamers" are put into positions long enough for a cup of coffee; just enough time to touch the base and move up.
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This wasn't McCabe's fault. He was taking advantage of a new bureau promotion system introduced by Mueller & continued by Comey.

But all the age-old arguments made by the rank and file in the wake of Mueller's remaking of the bureau have come home to roost now.
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The insularity, disconnection from field operations, and prevalent groupthink that began to manifest itself in what some agents angrily refer to as the "HQ cabal" are now on full display.

This is why the Hillary Clinton email investigation was controlled by
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FBI HQ & worked as a "special," when the Washington field division or the New York office had venue, senior investigator expertise & necessary resources to run.

And that is why the counterintelligence investigation into Russia's meddling in our election was also controlled
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by FBI HQ, with the same recycled team of executives providing case oversight.
It is why deputy assistant director Peter Strzok & FBI attorney (for McCabe) Lisa Page had their fingers in two of the most highly publicized & consequential investigations of our lifetimes.
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And, shockingly, no one thought independent eyes should look at cases with huge political implications & possible overlaps.

And it is also why, incredibly, McCabe was allowed to shuttle back & forth between Washington field division & FBI HQ tours of duty, and maintain
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oversight, in part or full, of the Clinton case.
Could no one inside the insulated 7th floor bunkers at FBI HQ not sense the obvious conflict of interest presented the moment his wife announced a Virginia state Senate run & accepted a rather sizable donation from Clinton
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ally Terry McAuliffe? And then McCabe waits an inordinate amount of time to decide to recuse himself from the case?

Really? 🤷🏼‍♀️

Then the damning revelations from the Strzok-Page text message captures that indicate that an "insurance policy" was discussed in
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"Andrew's office." Apparently, Strzok, Page, McCabe - & possibly others on the 7th floor - viewed Trump's potential ascendancy to the presidency as a "grave risk."

It is unconscionable to think that members of the FBI would, or could have felt empowered enough to
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discuss a means to silence the voices of the American public.

But, sadly, it appears they did.

Remember, it was some of the aforementioned who prematurely "exonerated" Clinton, inexplicably provided immunity to her closest associates, & allowed the destruction of her
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team's personal electronic devices after it had been determined she "bleach-bit'ed" 30,000 emails she was under subpoena to provide.

All the above actions are troubling. In almost all of them, McCabe played some role.

Andrew needs to testify under oath.
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The Lord Will Shed Light on the Evil Manifesting in America!
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#SaturdayNight
#Trump
#POTUS45
#KeepAmericaGreat

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