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Hours After FBI Director Chris Wray Reviews House Intel Memo, Asst. FBI Director McCabe Resigns….

THE CONSERVATIVE TREEHOUSE  January 29, 2018 by sundance

On Sunday night the Justice Department was granted access to view the House Intelligence Committee memo known as the ‘Nunes Memo’.  In unusual timing, last night FBI Director Christopher Wray went to the secure facility (SCIF) in the basement of the House of Representatives to view the content of the House Intel Committee memo.

Today, the FBI releases an announcement saying Deputy FBI Director Andrew “Andy” McCabe has stepped down (been removed) from his position effective immediately.

Narrative engineers immediately began applying a typical spin to the announcement away from recent discoveries of corrupt behavior of the FBI, and inferring President Trump’s admonishments of Deputy Director McCabe were the impetus for removal.

Via NBC [Andrew McCabe] … served a brief stint as acting director of the bureau after Trump fired ex-FBI chief James Comey, will remain on the payroll until March, when he is eligible to retire with full benefits, NBC said. He had been expected to leave.

Trump and some Republicans in Congress have accused McCabe of political bias, citing his role at the FBI during investigations related to Hillary Clinton and Trump. They question his role in the Clinton email probe and the investigation into Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election and whether the Trump campaign coordinated with the Kremlin.

Trump did not answer when asked by reporters Monday afternoon if he knew about McCabe’s move.  (read more)

It is interesting, perhaps important, to note a few things within this latest development and overlay them.

♦First, in February of 2017we drew attention to a story of how Deputy Director Andrew McCabe approached then chief-of-staff Reince Priebus to state that the FBI saw no evidence of any Trump-Russia collusion, and the reports within media about leaks from the intelligence community toward that narrative were based on nothing.


Priebus asked if the FBI could then knock down all of these media reports by issuing a statement outlining the same.  After some quick communication with FBI Director Comey, Deputy Director McCabe responded back to Priebus saying no, the FBI couldn’t issue that statement.

Within a day CNN was reporting that Reince Priebus tried to “pressure” Andrew McCabe and James Comey.   Obviously that story to CNN came directly from McCabe and/or Comey.   This example of FBI leaking to media (in 2017) is contained within a book that was just mentioned yesterday.

♦Secondly, it is not coincidental that now the Justice Department has had an opportunity to preview the Nunes memo content, we begin seeing leaks about it in the New York Times.

The Black Hat operatives within the DOJ and FBI are desperate to get out ahead of the stories.

Think about it.  The Nunes memo was available to congress for over a week, and not a single -substantive- material leak came out.  Yet, within HOURS of the Justice Department having access to the memo, the New York Times is writing about specific details contained within the memo:

WASHINGTON — A secret, highly contentious Republican memo reveals that Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein approved an application to extend surveillance of a former Trump campaign associate shortly after taking office last spring, according to three people familiar with it.

The renewal shows that the Justice Department under President Trump saw reason to believe that the associate, Carter Page, was acting as a Russian agent. But the reference to Mr. Rosenstein’s actions in the memo — a much-disputed document that paints the investigation into Russian election meddling as tainted from the start — indicates that Republicans may be moving to seize on his role as they seek to undermine the inquiry.

The memo’s primary contention is that F.B.I. and Justice Department officials failed to adequately explain to an intelligence court judge in initially seeking a warrant for surveillance of Mr. Page that they were relying in part on research by an investigator, Christopher Steele, that had been financed by the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.  (read more)

3rd graf: “The memo’s primary contention is that F.B.I. and Justice Department officials failed to adequately explain to an intelligence court judge in initially seeking a warrant for surveillance of Mr. Page that they were relying [on dossier] financed by [DNC/Clinton campaign]”

More on that angle a bit later….


FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe stepping down ahead of planned retirement
Andrew McCabe testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee on May 11, 2017. (Jim Watson / AFP/Getty Images) 

Andrew McCabe on Monday left his job as deputy director of the FBI after enduring withering attacks from President Trump and other Republicans.

McCabe went on leave from the FBI on Monday, pending the effective date of his retirement in March, said two government officials familiar with the move.

McCabe already had intended to retire this spring, but his presence at the bureau had increasingly become a focal point of anger for Trump, who continues to fume about the special counsel investigation into his campaign’s dealings with Russia. The earlier-than-expected departure was first reported by NBC.

Last month, Trump gave a push to McCabe, questioning reports that he would stay in the job until the spring: “90 days to go?!!!” Trump tweeted. He has highlighted the fact that McCabe’s wife, a Democrat, ran a losing campaign for the state Senate in Virginia and received contributions with help from Clinton allies, or what he termed “Clinton puppets.”

Earlier this month, reports said that Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions pressured FBI Director Christopher Wray to push McCabe out, and a report in the Washington Post said that Trump, after firing former FBI director James B. Comey, asked McCabe how he voted in the 2016 election. Comey also has asserted that Trump in private conversations insisted on loyalty.

“The president wasn’t part of this decision-making process and we would refer you to the FBI where Christopher Wray serves as the director,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday. President Trump has “full confidence” in Wray, Sanders said.

McCabe ran the bureau for several months after Trump fired Comey last May, and he notably refused to go along with Trump’s assertions that the rank and file in the FBI had lost faith in the former director. During a Senate hearing, he testified that Comey still had “broad support” within the bureau and said he had “the highest respect for his considerable abilities and his integrity.”

After Wray, the next in command in the FBI is now David Bowdich, who earlier in his career was the agent in charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles field office.

Staff writer Brian Bennett contributed to this report.

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FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe ‘removed’ from the bureau

A source confirmed to Fox News that McCabe is taking “terminal leave” – effectively taking vacation until he reaches his planned retirement in a matter of weeks. As such, he will not be reporting to work at the FBI anymore.

The move was first reported by NBC News.

McCabe has long been a controversial figure at the bureau.

Republicans have questioned McCabe’s ties to the Democratic Party, considering his wife ran as a Democrat for a Virginia Senate seat in 2015 and got financial help from a group tied to Clinton family ally Terry McAuliffe.

Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe listens on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 11, 2017, while testifying before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on major threats facing the U.S. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

McCabe was former FBI Director James Comey’s right-hand man  (Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

Trump himself tweeted in December: “How can FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, the man in charge, along with leakin’ James Comey, of the Phony Hillary Clinton investigation (including her 33,000 illegally deleted emails) be given $700,000 for wife’s campaign by Clinton Puppets during investigation?”

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said during Monday’s press briefing that Trump “stands by” his previous criticism of McCabe but was not involved in the departure.

“The president wasn’t part of the decision-making process,” Sanders said.

On Monday, Democrats defended McCabe after news of his retirement broke.

FILE- In this Aug. 12, 2017, file photo, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe addresses a news conference concerning the white nationalist rally and violence in Charlottesville, Va. A group of Chinese investors is suing McAuliffe over his past work for troubled electric car maker GreenTech Automotive. The investors filed a lawsuit in Fairfax County last week accusing McAuliffe and Hillary Clinton's brother Anthony Rodham of milking their political connections to perpetuate a $120 million scam. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Controversy erupted when a PAC tied to then-Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliff, an associate of the Clintons, donated money to McCabe’s wife’s state legislative campaign- even as McCabe investigated Clinton  (Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

“FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is, and has been, a dedicated public servant who has served this country well,” tweeted former Attorney General Eric Holder, who worked in the Obama administration and has become a frequent Trump critic.

Added Holder: “Bogus attacks on the FBI and DOJ to distract attention from a legitimate criminal inquiry does long term, unnecessary damage to these foundations of our government.”

McCabe’s exit follows recent news of other changes in top FBI roles, as Trump has taken aim at other senior FBI officials who worked under the former director, James Comey.


FBI Director Christopher Wray said last week that his chief of staff, James Rybicki, was leaving the bureau. Department of Justice officials also told Fox News that Dana Boente, the U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia who is also the acting head of the DOJ’s National Security division, has been selected to step in as the FBI’s next general counsel. James Baker, who had served as general counsel, was reassigned late last year.

McCabe’s name has surfaced in connection with several other controversies.

The Daily Beast reported that a GOP memo alleging government surveillance abuse named McCabe, along with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and ex-FBI boss James Comey.

Incidentally, the McCabe removal comes after Wray viewed the memo Sunday on Capitol Hill, as reported by Fox News’ Catherine Herridge. The removal also comes ahead of a DOJ inspector general report regarding the handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe.

Several Republicans also want to know what McCabe knew about anti-Trump text messages between two bureau officials, including one that seemed to reference an “insurance policy” against Trump winning the 2016 election.


“I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office – that there’s no way he gets elected – but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk,” FBI official Peter Strzok texted on Aug. 15, 2016. “It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”

“I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office – that there’s no way he gets elected – but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk,” Peter Strzok texted on Aug. 15, 2016. “It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”

Some lawmakers think “Andy” was a reference to McCabe.

Late last year, Trump drew attention to news stories about McCabe’s rumored agency exit.

“FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is racing the clock to retire with full benefits,” Trump tweeted.

The Washington Post last week reported that Trump, during an Oval Office meeting last spring, pressed McCabe, who was then acting FBI director, about whom he voted for in the 2016 election. McCabe, according to the outlet, told the president he didn’t vote.

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One thought on “THE CREST OF THE TSUNAMI: FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Stepping Down Ahead of Planned Retirement BEFORE THE MEMO IS RELEASED ALONG WITH THE KRAKEN, BEAST, AND HOUNDS

  1. FBI High Up corrupt boss won’t investigate and ignore evidence of government employee criminal behavior including perjury and legal terrorism against autistic people and people that ran a political blog that wasn’t big enough to have teams of lawyers to protect the political activists from set up campaigns. Not every FBI agent is corrupt, but there are corrupt specific high ups that are throwing out cases accepted by duty agents as they thought were credible for further investigation and review. It is cover up by a few bad apples in higher positions.

    You need to look into this FBI High-Up corruption issue and reblog about it.

    Please I beg of you to look at this link and consider blogging the entire entry and give a link back to the source of the leaked documents and audio recordings concerning what was said from the FBI and what was said to the FBI. Thank You! God Bless!

    LEAK: Docs regarding Greensboro, NC FBI shut down of perjury case, Wikileaks letter:

    It proves that an FBI boss throw out complaints against corrupt government officials. The FBI boss in Greensboro refusing to let the FBI duty agent investigate corrupt US Probation Officer that has committed perjury, subornation of perjury, and maybe even obstruction of justice. All meant to stop a autistic man from proving his actual innocence. There is a legal war on Brian’s actual innocence battle by corrupt government interests.

    I got information that you may want to reblog about. You may repost the entire article in case of possible censorship of my blog. I have posted leaked documents from whistleblower Brian David Hill who has exposed that the duty agent of the Greensboro, North Carolina FBI office had accepted a case for perjury against a former US Probation Officer that perjured herself on the stand over an autistic meltdown over her attempt to prevent Brian from proving his actual innocence case. This has all been orchestrated by the corrupt US Attorney Assistant Anand Prakash Ramaswamy who has openly discriminated against Brian for his Autism and OCD. He doesn’t want Brian to prove his innocence to a crime he never committed due to a false confession he gave that was caused by coercion and threat that his mother would be held responsible. The FBI boss tried to cover it up by claiming that it was a merit-less claim when evidence proving multiple false statements and contradictions of what was said under penalty of perjury is technical perjury with an intent to harm an autistic man and drive him towards suicide.

    Anyways the proof of the FBI High-Up corruption is located at this blog article below. All of the facts and the joint letter to Congress are stored and need to be reviewed or at least retweeted or even reblogged so that researchers can investigate the newly leaked documents.

    So the duty agent says, hey come down Brian and give a statement to the FBI for the case of perjury against Kristy Burton who was part of an alleged plot to prevent Brian from timely filing his 2255 motion on the ground of actual innocence which is unlawful government impediment. She got away with lying in federal court and his own backstabbing lawyer stopped him from filing a motion to reconsider the home detention based on good behavior and the perjury of the Government’s witness so that Brian can focus on proving his actual innocence but that all failed.

    Fraud on the court by perjury and false confession being purported as genuine fact of guilt when the evidence shows otherwise. The US Attorney violated ethics rule 3.8 of the North Carolina state bar rules. That a federal or state prosecutor is supposed to disclose any evidence of actual innocence to the criminal defendant. They have refused to do so and admitted that their evidence records were destroyed in response to Brian’s FOIA lawsuit, Judge dismissed case claiming Brian has no right to the discovery evidence to prove his innocence. Brian claimed that is obstruction of justice in an effort to influence the court that Brian is not innocent when the Government’s own evidence points towards his innocence. They push for a pre-filing injunction to punish Brian and massively seal aka censorship his public court filings that aren’t subject to mass sealing and aren’t subject to the redaction requirements.

    Corruption at the FBI and DOJ.


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