Andrew McCabe’s motivation is to put blame on Rod Rosenstein, and excuse actions taken at the FBI by making it seem as if they were small-ball compared to Rosenstein’s at the DOJ.
The story fails on multiple levels to make its central claim that congressional oversight regarding the use of human informants against the Trump campaign is hurting intelligence-gathering in Moscow.
President Trump’s decision to strip John Brennan’s security clearance sets a strong precedent that a person who uses his security clearance improperly will have it revoked.
All of the major players in this story — Ali Watkins, James Wolfe, The New York Times, and the Department of Justice — behaved in less than admirable fashion.
Here’s what might happen if an ‘uneducated, lazy POS’ American happened to spend some time around FBI henchmen Peter Strzok and James Comey.
‘Although FBI policy strictly limits the employees who are authorized to speak to the media, we found that this policy appeared to be widely ignored.’
Federal officials have provided more information to reporters at New York Times and Washington Post than they have in response to a congressional subpoena.
Andrew McCabe and Democrats maintain McCabe’s firing was part of President Trump’s attack on the FBI. That’s not what this inspector general report shows.
‘I’ve filed formal complaints about them having Fox News on. . . Just, at least, for God’s sake, put Al Jazeera on.’
The debate over the NSA should begin with a clear-eyed, realistic assessment of the most significant threats to our security and a reasonable enumeration of the means necessary and available to address those threats.
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