Comey- McCabe – Strzok
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) secured a deal for Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe testimony before Congress on Tuesday December 19th.
Andrew McCabe was mentioned in in several reports this week on the corrupted Hillary Clinton FBI investigation.
Via Zero Hedge:
Specific edits made by senior FBI agents when Deputy Director Andrew McCabe exchanged drafts of Comey’s statement with senior FBI officials, including Peter Strzok, Strzok’s direct supervisor, E.W. “Bill” Priestap, Jonathan Moffa, and an unnamed employee from the Office of General Counsel (identified by Newsweek as DOJ Deputy General Counsel Trisha Anderson) – in what was a coordinated conspiracy among top FBI brass to decriminalize Clinton’s conduct by changing legal terms and phrases, omitting key information, and minimizing the role of the Intelligence Community in the email investigation. Doing so virtually assured that then-candidate Hillary Clinton would not be prosecuted.
McCabe was involved in crafting Comey’s statement to exonerate Hillary Clinton of her obvious criminal actions.
Crafting Comey's July 5th Hillary Clinton Statement was a team effort.
(Email chain statement redacted)
— TrumpSoldier (@DaveNYviii) December 15, 2017
McCabe was also mentioned in Peter Strzok’s text messages to his mistress inside the Hillary investigation.
They were all discussing an “insurance policy” in case Donald Trump wins.
Text-from Peter Strzok to Lisa Page (Andy is Andrew McCabe): "I want to believe the path u threw out 4 consideration in Andy's office-that there's no way he gets elected-but I'm afraid we can't take that risk.It's like an insurance policy in unlikely event u die be4 you're 40"
— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) December 13, 2017
Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe is set to appear before the House Intelligence Committee later this month after his previously scheduled appearance was scrapped due to what Justice Department officials called a last-minute “scheduling error.”
Committee chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., told reporters that he was “extremely troubled” by the postponement of McCabe’s testimony and called the Justice Department’s “scheduling error” excuse “not really believable.”
“We have a commitment, again, that McCabe is going to show up next Tuesday [Dec. 19] at 2:00,” Nunes said, “so we will be following up with letters … if none of that is followed up with, then we will move forward with contempt and we will issue additional subpoenas.”