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McCabe learned about Clinton emails a month before FBI alerted Congress.

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posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 04:01 AM
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www.foxnews.com...


Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe knew of thousands of emails related to the Hillary Clinton private server investigation for at least a month before then-FBI Director James Comey informed Congress, The Wall Street Journal reported late Wednesday.



It is all starting to fall apart...

Like I said:

My new motto is screw the memo's.

Let's see the DOJ's IG report.... I place more faith in that.

That is the proverbial 800 pound gorilla in the corner.


That lag is the subject of an investigation by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz as part of a wider probe into the FBI's actions prior to the 2016 election. The Washington Post was the first to report that McCabe was a focus of Horowitz's investigation.

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posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 05:20 AM
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Let's see the DOJ's IG report.... I place more faith in that.


Yes. Definitely.

I'm wondering if all this brouhaha over the memo(s) is really a distraction from the IG report, which would/should be far more comprehensive and wide-ranging.

Release them all!



posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 05:30 AM
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A few years ago I earnt the nickname "The one Tonne Gorilla" around my companies India Staff. This because I swept through their procrastination sand prevarications and got them performing to my schedule on a global programme.

I wondered where the reference came from... what's the proverb?



posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 10:05 AM
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Rick, as much as I'm interested in seeing the memo, I'm also more interest in Michael Horowitz's IG report, solely because of the criminal investigatory weight his office possesses and his reputation for being a fair but aggressive bull dog.



posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 10:09 AM
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Is it time for us, the people, protest for the release of all info already?

I think they've got enough time by now to let us know what is going on.

I say get the torches and tridents and march to DC!



posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 10:24 AM
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Fortunately all of these stunning revelations from so many credible sources really tells the truth about the past year and a half. The entire Russian story is a house of cards built on DNC lies and vindictive retribution for Clinton's embarrassing loss.

Come on Mr. Horowitz/Congressman Nunes, bring this house of cards down. Give the President the ammo he needs to unilaterally terminate this nonsense. Or (less likely) congress could pass a resolution ending all witch-hunts, including the current nothing-burger.

Leave the counter-intelligence to the CI agencies. Lets stop pretending this a criminal matter, when we know it clearly is not. "Collusion" isn't against the law, therefore the entire pretext of the investigation is completely false/bogus. Trump should say nothing, since the only possible way he doesn't walk away clean is by saying the wrong thing to an investigator (not to MSM, perfectly legal to lie to MSM all day long. Just ask Obama. Or if you're Clapper/Holder its OK to lie to congress also)

No interview = no charges = entire diseased house of cards comes crashing down in less than a week.

I can't wait. Robert Swan Mueller might as well pack his bags. (we sure he isn't a NK agent?)

I'm only kidding about the NK agent claim. Just highlighting the Dem's ridiculous rhetoric, since they've accused hundreds of members of congress, the President and many in the private sector as being "Russian agents/stooges" in one of the most bizarre and paranoid conspiracy theories I've ever heard. This isn't even a conspiracy theory though, it is a hoax. There is absolutely no evidence to support their assertions that Trump has any legal liability whatsoever.



posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 01:04 PM
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So why would Andy and his superiors want to hide the fact they
found Hillary Clinton's classified emails on Anthony Weiner's laptop?

Oh, wait! This might have thrown a wrench into the Insurance Policy!



posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 04:19 PM
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originally posted by: JBurns


Fortunately all of these stunning revelations from so many credible sources really tells the truth about the past year and a half. The entire Russian story is a house of cards built on DNC lies and vindictive retribution for Clinton's embarrassing loss.


What stunning revelations,
You do know for instance that Reince Priebus, in early February last year on behalf of the White House claimed that he had meetings with FBI director James Comey and deputy director Andrew McCabe, and discussed the Russia Trump enquiry where McCabe was seemingly more open to talk. If that was the case, then the Weiner material would also have been 'discussed'... and as well as that, there's not much in the memo now that Trump wouldn't have known about a year ago??

But then, would you believe anything Priebus says, and then by default, the White House?




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