Latest Scoop Has Andrew McCabe Lying About Leaks

It is now a fact that former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe lied to various inquiries. This will go a long way toward putting to rest the complaints that McCabe has been mistreated by Attorney General Jeff Session and President Donald Trump. Here is the list of the four identified lies and where they were made.

As Written and Reported By John Sexton for Hot Air:

Thursday night Laura Ingraham reported a small scoop about the forthcoming Inspector General report which led to the firing of Andrew McCabe earlier this month. The report hasn’t been released to the public yet but last night Ingraham had on two GOP representatives who have both seen a copy.

“He didn’t lie just once, he lied four times,” Rep. Jim Jordan said. He continued, “He lied to James Comey. He lied to the Office of Professional Responsibility and he lied twice under oath to the Inspector General.”

Rep. Mark Meadows added, “Everybody is saying this is political in nature, but when you read the report you see that it’s not political because under oath and certainly with the investigation, it was a real problem.” Meadows went on to say that the Attorney General’s decision not to appoint a second special prosecutor was “extremely disappointing.”

Yesterday, AG Sessions wrote a letter to Reps. Goodlatte and Gowdy and Sen. Grassley saying he would not be appointing a second special counsel but had asked a US attorney in Utah to look over certain issues and determine whether further investigation (including the creation of a second special counsel) was warranted.

“I don’t know why the Attorney General keeps postponing this,” Jordan said. He added, “Everyone in town knows we need a second special counsel to get to the bottom of this.”

Getting back to McCabe, yesterday a “Friends of Andrew McCabe” GoFundMe site was set up to solicit money for his legal defense. From….


Rep. Jordan: IG report says McCabe lied four times about leaks

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