Finally, things are starting to heat up! It’s been reported that federal prosecutors in Washington are using a grand jury to investigate whether fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe purposely misled government officials over his role in an unauthorized disclosure to a newspaper in 2016.
The Washington Post reported: “Federal prosecutors have for months been using a grand jury to investigate former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe — an indication the probe into whether he misled officials exploring his role in a controversial media disclosure has intensified, two people familiar with the matter said.
The grand jury has summoned more than one witness, the people said, and the case is ongoing. The people declined to identify those who had been called to testify.
The presence of the grand jury shows prosecutors are treating the matter seriously, locking in the accounts of witnesses who might later have to testify at a trial. But such panels are sometimes used only as investigative tools, and it remains unclear if McCabe will ultimately be charged.”
McCabe was fired in March, just two days ahead of the top FBI official’s scheduled retirement.
That’s some great news and just on top of Former US Attorney Joe DiGenova telling us that Rod Rosenstein is also under investigation.
Let’s hope this is the beginning of justice. If McCabe walks, there are going to be an awful lot of angry Americans. They’re making a mockery of the Constitution and “Equal Justice Under the Law”
As much as I want him to go down, he’s only about 10th on my wish list. McCabe was one of the Deep State, but his role doesn’t seem to be nearly as big as that of Rosenstein, Brennan, or Loretta Lynch’s.
But, remember, McCabe said if he went down, he was going to take people down with him. So, enjoy the show! There is a long list of people that need to be prosecuted.
McCabe is just the beginning.
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