McCabe says he’s just an honest public servant mistreated by mean old President Trump, fired without cause. He was authorized to leak, conduct coups and cover for Clinton, with…
Conniving coup leader Andrew McCabe has put out a statement that appears to be a shameless effort to convince the public that he’s just a poor little picked on victim of the “evil” Donald Trump. He doesn’t bother to mention he was plotting to overthrow that same President, apparently determining that fact wouldn’t be helpful to his cause.
McCabe says, “I spent the day with my family waiting to hear whether I would be fired, after 21 years in the FBI and one day before I qualified for my long-planned, earned retirement.” The reason he was able to spend that day with his family is because he had already been kicked out of the building and Christopher Wray was going to let him coast to retirement at home, something that the Office of Professional Responsibility determined would be inappropriate.
Drama queen McCabe wrote, “As day turned to night, I had a lot of time to reflect on how it would feel to be separated from the organization I loved — and led — and the mission that has been the central focus of my professional life.” Is he referring to the mission to insulate Hillary Clinton from prosecution in exchange for lots of cash, the mission to overthrow President Trump or the mission to stay out of prison? His life is so “mission filled it’s hard to tell.”
McCabe defends himself from accusations of “lack of candor” with more lies. He claims, “I did not knowingly mislead or lie to investigators. When asked about contacts with a reporter that were fully within my power to authorize as deputy director, and amid the chaos that surrounded me, I answered questions as completely and accurately as I could. And when I realized that some of my answers were not fully accurate or may have been misunderstood, I took the initiative to correct them. At worst, I was not clear in my responses, and because of what was going on around me may well have been confused and distracted — and for that I take full responsibility.”
So leaking to reporters is within his power but when he got caught lying or with the media not understanding “what he really said,” he changed the story. We are told to believe they were honest mistakes made by a guy who had enough awareness to conduct a sham, obstructive investigation and a coup simultaneously, but had trouble when it came to leaking the right information to reporters.
When he saw that President Trump was celebrating the removal of a dirty cop from the FBI, McCabe said it made him “sad, but not surprised, to see that such unhinged public attacks on me would continue into my life after my service to the FBI.” Service to the deep state through the FBI would be more correct and it wasn’t volunteer work, he got paid a good salary plus the Clinton money. He’s far from an altruistic victim.
He claims “I was drawn to the FBI by nothing more complicated than a desire to do good,” which may have been true in the beginning. That was before he flipped to a desire to obstruct justice for a political criminal, Hillary Clinton, and to remove a duly elected president.
Ending on the “poor me,” that “mean old Donald Trump did it” note, McCabe wrote, “There is nothing like having the opportunity to be a part of the greatest law-enforcement organization in the world, working every day for goals that you respect and cherish. It is the best job you will ever have. Even if a president decides to attack you and your family. Even if you get fired on a Friday night, one day from your retirement.”
Even if you end up going to prison for treason, McCabe?