Is this a crack in the curtain that will allow a peek into the shadow government?

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe will be appearing in the House next week. The House Intelligence Committee would like for him to answer a few questions. There are now some serious charges to be addressed about bias in the FBI and the Department of Justice.

There was a text revealed that came from FBI agent Peter Strzok that referred to an insurance policy to keep Donald Trump from becoming President. It is not clear what the real meaning of the text is, but if you are of a suspicious mind, you could get a bad feeling about this.

Is this a crack in the curtain that will allow a peek into the shadow government? Will the House do its job next week and exercise real oversight? Stay tuned for further developments.

As Written By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe will appear next Tuesday before the House Intelligence Committee, where Republicans on the panel are likely to grill him about Justice Department official Bruce Ohr and FBI agent Peter Strzok.

McCabe was originally scheduled to appear before the committee earlier this week, but the session was cancelled the night before the interview.

The Justice Department claimed the cancellation was due to a “scheduling error,” but California Rep. Devin Nunes, the chairman of the Intelligence committee, dismissed the excuse, telling Fox News that it was “not really believable.”

Sources on the committee said they believed that McCabe cancelled in order to avoid questions about Bruce Ohr and his wife, Nellie.

It was revealed that Nellie Ohr worked during the presidential campaign for Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm behind the Trump dossier.

And while Nellie Ohr worked for Fusion, Bruce met during the presidential campaign with Christopher Steele, the former British spy that wrote the dossier. …..


FBI’s McCabe To Face House Panel Next We | The Daily Caller

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