New FBI Claim: Can’t Find McCabe’s Text Messages

New FBI Claim: Can’t Find McCabe’s Text Messages

The FBI has a serious credibility problem.

Soon the agency may get the moniker of fake law enforcement. Because on the heels of “missing” texts from Peter Strzok and his FBI mistress, Lisa Page, the bureau now claims they can’t find the text messages of Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.

In an interview on Judge Jeanine Pirro’s show, Tom Fitton revealed the following:

Tom Fitton: We sued back in September for the text messages of the number two at the FBI, Andrew McCabe. And they just told us this week, they gave us everything they’re going to give us, and not one text message was turned over. They lost all of Andrew McCabe’s text messages! I don’t believe it. There’s still gamesmanship going on.

I was recently with Tom Fitton at an event. At that event he revealed a startling fact.

Fitton said that he has sued the Trump administration more in one year, than he sued the Obama administration in eight. The audience was stunned, as was I. Fitton’s declaration proves that legacy Obama minions remain entrenched in the Trump administration, mostly as part of the Deep State. These mostly UN-elected, thus unaccountable bureaucrats continue to run the show.

Because nobody would believe that President Trump doesn’t want to put an end to this fiasco the Left calls an investigation.

But given the amount of cover being provided by the Deep State, one can only wonder what McCabe’s texts contain.

Keep in mind, the FBI warned McCabe of his potential conflict of interest. Newsweek explained this conflict in January of this year.

On Friday, the FBI revealed that on April 29, 2015 it had informed McCabe, then the assistant director in charge of the bureau’s Washington field office, how he should act given that the “potential conflict of interest” of his wife’s state senate campaign. The memo, “Protocol Regarding Potential Conflicts of Interest,” also “identified several areas where [McCabe’s] disassociation would be appropriate.” It also referenced that his wife was being “supported by the governor of Virginia” and that McCabe had proactively approached Bureau colleagues for guidance.

But as we now know, McCabe wanted Hillary Clinton to win and actually counted on that eventuality.

Further, the reference to the meeting in McCabe’s office in the text exchange between Strzok and Page shows collusion against Donald Trump.

So no wonder the FBI wants to hide evidence. Who knows what these Deep State swamp rats are doing to evidence. Meanwhile the Left decry any attacks on this formerly venerable organization.

In December of last year, Newsweek tried to convince Conservatives that the FBI would not be sullied.

They noted the uptick in donations to the FBI Agents Association:

As right-wing commentators and the president himself stepped up their attacks on the FBI in December, donations to an FBI-linked charity soared, the group said this week.

The FBI Agents Association, a membership organization of more than 14,000 current and former special agents, said Tuesday that it received more than $140,000 from at least 2,000 donors so far this month, a “very significant” increase from typical months, a spokesman said.

It’s “a significant uptick in terms of both number of donors and total amount raised,” said Paul Nathanson, a spokesman for the association, which will use the money to send children of deceased agents to college and to help FBI families in need.

I’d love to know how much money Tom Fitton has raised in comparison. Because Americans know who really searches for the truth.

The FBI is ridiculed today, and rightfully so. And soon we will know the depths to which this crooked organization was willing to go to sabotage Donald Trump, and more so America.

Amazingly, Andrew McCabe now tries to linger at the FBI long enough to get a pension. If three squares and a place to stay works, I would say prison is a fitting pension. Because when they get his text messages, America will learn that prison is the only place for him.



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