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Remarkably, McCabe, Comey, Priestap, Strzok,and then Mary McCord at DOJ have little recollection of much of this at all. It just kind of “fell off the radar.” They were “busy.” it was probably “duplicates,” and their focus was on the “Russia” investigation to which they gave priority. And after all, they did not expect any information on the laptop to “change the outcome of the case.”
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: MotherMayEye
I've been thinking mid-year for a couple of months now. By June we should see a shift in public focus of investigations and perhaps some of those who were demoted or have been forced to step down be named in indictments; Strzok, the Ohrs, Page, perhaps even McCabe.
It's obvious that the DOJ and FBI need a thorough scouring; politically appointed bureaucrats have a lot more sway than they should in how these agencies operated.
By the end of the year we might be looking to see something come from the Awans, DWS, or maybe even Huma.
There could be more (unexpected) retirements if things get serious; think Pelosi, Schumer, McCain (of course, his health might get him before then anyway), and/or plenty of others if we really get down to brass tacks.
If something like this time frame doesn't play out then I'm shifting more with you in thinking that the whole Q thing was staged as a coverup/distraction whilst skeletons were relocated by the uni-party.
I know that's 4 months away at the earliest, but this is federal government we're talking about and we know how glacial they are with change.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz has issued a criminal referral to the U.S. Attorney's Office in D.C. related to fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, a lawyer for McCabe confirmed on Thursday.