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originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: burntheships
The liberal media had the same attitude with James Comey. I wonder how he will be received on his upcoming book tour. He's already scheduled to appear on that late evening talk show hosted by the CBS Nut Job.
originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
The report comes from the New York Times. Fox is also reporting it. Take your pick.
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
Man, im tired of clicking into threads sourced from that crap.
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe will make a final appeal to the Department of Justice on Thursday, begging them not to fire him days before he's set to retire, The Washington Post reported.
The Department of Justice's inspector general Michael Horowitz reportedly concluded in a report that McCabe was not forthcoming during the OIG review. The FBI office subsequently recommended that Attorney General Jeff Sessions fire McCabe, according to The Times.
originally posted by: ladyinwaiting
He's three days from retirement. Twenty-two years service. It's so urgent to fire him tomorrow?
Oh yes of course. Of course it is. It's urgent. Trump's integrity depends on it. It's funny. Hilarious. Trump is a scream. And of course, it's more interesting to mull over than Stormy Daniels, yes?
I'm thinking Sessions will recuse himself from the case, or not fire him this week as he's been more or less instructed to do, giving Trump his long awaited reason to fire him (Sessions).
And why I typed this, I will never know. I believe it's called pissing in the wind.
Five years later she’s waiting for resolution to her pending case and now she believes that those who retaliated against her, including McCabe, may have also retaliated against Flynn for his unwavering support for her. Flynn gave a rare interview to NPR in 2015 defending Gritz against McCabe.
“When I heard Michael Flynn was being brought under investigation, I wondered if they would go after him,” said Gritz, recalling the letter Flynn wrote on his Department of Defense stationary. “I still believe McCabe should have recused himself from the investigation into Flynn.”
Flynn had worked with Gritz extensively during her tenure on joint terrorism related assignments between the DOD and FBI wrote a letter on Pentagon stationary testifying to her character and work ethic. Other top military officials also wrote letters of testimony on behalf of Gritz, including Gen. Stanley McChrystal, Gen. Keith Alexander and retired Navy Rear Admiral B. L. Losey, who served both Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama as the White House’s National Security Council Director for Combatting Terrorism, according to documents obtained by Circa.