FBI Crook Andy McCabe to ‘Retire’ in March

FBI Crook Andy McCabe to ‘Retire’ in March

Deputy FBI Director Andy McCabe oversaw much of the corrupt FBI during the Obama administration.

In what some described as “grueling”, Congress merely questioned McCabe about the FBI allowing Hillary Clinton to skate. For Leftists, answering questions under oath can be painstaking during the Era of Trump.

So now we learn from WaPo that McCabe may be “retiring” in March of next year.

Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s deputy director who has been the target of Republican critics for more than a year, plans to retire in a few months when he becomes fully eligible for pension benefits, according to people familiar with the matter.

[…]McCabe won’t become eligible for his full pension until early March. People close to him say he plans to retire as soon as he hits that mark. “He’s got about 90 days, and some of that will be holiday time. He can make it,’’ said one.

A spokesman for McCabe declined to comment, as did an FBI spokesman.

The pressure on McCabe has only intensified, though. He got an eight-hour grilling from the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, and returned to Congress on Thursday to face more than nine hours of questions from the House Judiciary and Oversight committees.

Other senior FBI officials, including those who worked closely with McCabe and Comey, are expected to face similar questioning from Congress next year.

So McCabe wants to hang around long enough to get that pension.

He’s like a poker player not betting much, in hopes of hitting the pay line. That’s the point where the remaining players are all in money.

On the heels of big changes at the FBI, McCabe knows his days are numbered. James Baker was recently removed as FBI counsel. And Baker finds himself on the hot seat.

McCabe waits in the batter’s box. Because emails revealed that he was very aware that the FBI cheated to protect Hillary Clinton.

Let’s hope that McCabe finds himself without a pension. Even better, perhaps he will end up in jail.



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