Tuesday, May 1, 2018

REPORT: Inspector General Report Torches Andrew McCabe For Being a Serial Liar - Article and Commentary

It appears that one more untouchable is being exposed. Though many people may feel frustrated at what they thought was a lack of progress toward mass indictments and arrests, there is still progress being made on numerous levels.

It is understandable that many of us wish to see the thousands of sealed indictments proposed to exist being served in unison. However, we can take heart in the fact that the process is visibly taking shape and picking up speed. In all this we may keep in mind that no avalanche begins at full speed. In fact, the largest avalanche typically begins with one single pebble.

If we remember the FISA memorandum, we might recall the fact that a small fraternity within the U.S. government was found to be covertly and overtly working to undermine the United States presidency. These individuals were either indirectly or directly connected to the efforts to sabotage and to end the Trump Presidency by any means necessary.

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Loose Lips

Alongside these revelations, we may remember the gross security violations which Hillary Clinton was investigated for prior to the 2016 election. These alleged violations involved everything from extortion to bribery, and storing classified data on a private computer.

Such an offense as data violation may sound benign to those not familiar with non-disclosure classification. However, this issue has been extremely significant in the past. In short, this violation of the Espionage Act was the same principle which caused numerous politicians to label Edward Snowden a "traitor" and to claim that he should be executed for disclosing the clandestine actions of the NSA.

This is not to say that Hillary Clinton and Edward Snowden are in the same category, but to simply call attention to the fact that classified means classified. Ethically speaking, any gross security violation should not be taken seriously for one individual—when they simply deliver American secrets to the American people—while another sells those secrets to the highest foreign bidder without consequence. In a civil society, laws apply equally to all parties.

Loose Lips

If we will remember, Hillary Clinton actually disclosed classified information during one of the 2016 presidential debates—revealing the fact that it took four minutes for U.S. defenses to respond to an ICBM launched from a foreign nation. Upon hearing this, we may be thinking of the fact that we are not living in the mid-1980s and that no one has any interest in nuclear apocalypse at the moment. Secondly, if anyone was interested in nuclear war, telling them our most sensitive secrets on national television is not typically a good idea.

The point is that, by all appearances, the investigation into the Clinton leak was well-deserved, as this tendency to leak secrets was openly demonstrated to thousands of audience members simultaneously. However, the initial investigation was very poorly handled, and seemed to be dismissed entirely for the sake of avoiding interference with Hillary's candidacy.

Tough Year

There were many difficult effects which stemmed from the 2016 election. If the quality of candidates was not enough of a conundrum, the fact that the American people were demoralized by the gross decline of ethics in corporate media was even more so. One sociological constant is that the average person seems to place news and entertainment on a pedestal. What I mean is that for many Americans, the MSM serves as the go-to standard for ethical social conduct.

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When people watch television, they typically observe the behavior of corporate news personnel and on a subconscious level, they may adopt certain beliefs and opinions. If a change in standard of conduct is normalized on television, the average person is typically prone to follow that apparent social change. In other words, for many citizens who do not have an independent ethical standard, television serves as their greatest social influence. This may be the reason why in the year 2016 to 2017, we saw so many social standards turn on a dime.

When we see news personnel, celebrities, politicians, and many allegedly paid protesters setting standards of hate and division, many audience members reset their mental standard for ethical conduct to these norms. Due to the moral degradation we saw during 2016 and on, many people now believe that the ends justify the means and that it is completely ethical to deceive the country for the sake of protecting a questionable person or organization they have allegiance to.

They also seem to believe that the best way to oppose a President they assume to be hateful is to hate them more, degrade them, and dehumanize them in any way they can think of. We as a society have also been taught that "social justice" means manipulating everyone around us to meet our own expectations unconditionally and that if they do not, they are bad people. These manipulative standards of societal conduct have become weapons against the civil world, and these weapons have been distributed by the corporate media.

Let us be reminded that we do not exist within the confines of a Masonic lodge or upon the alter of some secret occult order. This is not a secret temple in which common people swear allegiance to undermine civilized society, to reference a speech by the late John F. Kennedy. Consequently, it would be unwise for the citizens of America to adopt the standards of those who are alleged to be a part of these dark secret societies and to hold such intentions.

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This is a civil society called the United States of America (originally spelled with a lower case "u" in "united") and in this country, the basic rule of conduct as that everyone is just as valuable as everyone else. Every opinion, every person, every right of one individual is just as valuable as that of everyone else around us. Though I do not believe in the concept of countries or borders outside of their necessity to compartmentalized the societal and societal improvement, these concepts seem to be temporarily vital at present.

No matter what we see people doing on television and in the MSM, our standard of conduct must not digress. Otherwise, we may wind up with a society similar to this one, in which many people disregard their own conduct for the sake of attacking and ridiculing others.

On this subject of poor examples of conduct in media, let's consider the issue of the alleged presidential saboteurs.

No Excuses

It has become clear that on many occasions, numerous government officials were intent upon showing favor to Hillary Clinton during any and all investigations into her alleged criminal behavior. This was found to be true for Andrew McCabe, James Comey, and several others.

According to investigation, there has been an ongoing effort to undermine, sabotage, and to end the Trump presidency by any means necessary. At the same time, efforts appear to be ongoing to cover up every instance of wrongdoing committed by the Clinton family. The latter of these two efforts appears to be the reason as to why Andrew McCabe is now being outed as a serial liar.

There are numerous other U.S. officials to expose and prosecute for various other crimes against the U.S., according to multiple sources The progress is ongoing and we may be very close to a moment of breakthrough when the remainder of treacherous officials can simply be rounded up in one lot.


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Source: Townhall

Published: April 13, 2018

By: Katie Pavlich

DOJ inspector General Michael Horowitz has released a scathing report detailing multiple lies, the majority under oath, told by former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe before he was fired.

The report shows McCabe lied on multiple occasions under oath and to inspector general and FBI investigators about the FBI's criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton, the FBI's investigation into the Clinton Foundation and more. He is found guilty in the report of improperly leaking sensitive information to the Wall Street Journal, which he then lied about and misled former FBI Director James Comey.

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"The OIG found that then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe lacked candor, including under oath on multiple occasions in connection with describing his role in connection with a disclosure to the WSJ, and that this conduct violated FBI Offense Codes 2.5 and 2.6. The OIG also concluded that McCabe’s disclosure of the existence of an ongoing investigation in the manner described in this report violated the FBI’s and the Department’s media policy and constituted misconduct," the report states.

The 35-page report goes through McCabe's lies in detail. Here is a summary:

We found that, in a conversation with then-Director Comey shortly after the WSJ article was published, McCabe lacked candor when he told Comey, or made statements that led Comey to believe, that McCabe had not authorized the disclosure and did not know who did. This conduct violated FBI Offense Code 2.5 (Lack of Candor – No Oath).

We also found that on May 9, 2017, when questioned under oath by FBI agents from INSD, McCabe lacked candor when he told the agents that he had not authorized the disclosure to the WSJ and did not know who did. This conduct violated FBI Offense Code 2.6 (Lack of Candor – Under Oath).

We further found that on July 28, 2017, when questioned under oath by the OIG in a recorded interview, McCabe lacked candor when he stated: (a) that he was not aware of Special Counsel having been authorized to speak to reporters around October 30 and (b) that, because he was not in Washington, D.C., on October 27 and 28, 2016, he was unable to say where Special Counsel was or what she was doing at that time. This conduct violated FBI Offense Code 2.6 (Lack of Candor – Under Oath).

We additionally found that on November 29, 2017, when questioned under oath by the OIG in a recorded interview during which he contradicted his prior statements by acknowledging that he had authorized the disclosure to the WSJ, McCabe lacked candor when he: (a) stated that he told Comey on October 31, 2016, that he had authorized the disclosure to the WSJ; (b) denied telling INSD agents on May 9 that he had not authorized the disclosure to the WSJ about the PADAG call; and (c) asserted that INSD’s questioning of him on May 9 about the October 30 WSJ article occurred at the end of an unrelated meeting when one of the INSD agents pulled him aside and asked him one or two questions about the article. This conduct violated FBI Offense Code 2.6 (Lack of Candor – Under Oath).

Lastly, we determined that as Deputy Director, McCabe was authorized to disclose the existence of the CF Investigation publicly if such a disclosure fell within the “public interest” exception in applicable FBI and DOJ policies generally prohibiting such a disclosure of an ongoing investigation. However, we concluded that McCabe’s decision to confirm the existence of the CF Investigation through an anonymously sourced quote, recounting the content of a phone call with a senior Department official in a manner designed to advance his personal interests at the expense of Department leadership, was clearly not within the public interest exception. We therefore concluded that McCabe’s disclosure of the existence of an ongoing investigation in this manner violated the FBI’s and the Department’s media policy and constituted misconduct.

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McCabe was fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions last month after the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility and inspector general recommended he be terminated from his position for a lack of candor. After his firing, which put his government pension in jeopardy, McCabe hired a D.C. lobbying firm to set up a legal defense fund. He quickly raked in more $500,000 and the page was promoted by Democrats.

Outgoing Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy says the report further backs McCabe's justified firing.

"Today's Inspector General report confirms FBI Deputy Director McCabe's firing was justified. The second in command at our nation's premiere law enforcement agency should be the epitome of fidelity, bravery and integrity. The Inspector General found not only did McCabe divulge sensitive information, he did it without the permission, authority, or knowledge of his supervisor. The report also found a lack of candor both while under oath and while not under oath, and a failure to remedy his lack of candor despite multiple opportunities," Gowdy said.

Read more at: Townhall.com

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