President Trump Responds To Andrew McCabe Firing…

Last night Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired embattled Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.  President Trump reacts:

 

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1,017 Responses to President Trump Responds To Andrew McCabe Firing…

  1. Pam says:

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  2. L4grasshopper says:

    Stepping back from the trees to see the forest…..it really is time now for some prosecutions. Some of these characters need to be gotten into courts of law, where discovery, subpoenas, and under oath testimony prevail.

    The way to unravel this dirty ball of twine in to get people under oath, often.

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    • NoJuan Importante says:

      They are going to have to figure out venue. That is a serious isse.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Mark McQueen says:

      An oath doesn’t mean anything to these people and they won’t tell the truth unless they know YOU know the truth. The way to destroy them in Court is to be prepared for cross examination with the truth. You bust them right there, in the Courtroom, in front of God, the Judge, and the Jury. This comes from a thorough and proper investigation before the trial.

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    • colddeadhandsyoudirtyape says:

      Concerning Subpoena powers , very interesting read here: “For the future, what the IGs want (besides larger budgets) are new powers—included in last year’s House bill but rejected by the Senate, for “testimonial subpoena” for former employees and contractors. Too often “department employees conveniently retire on the eve of when we want to ask them questions,” Horowitz said, which puts them out of reach.

      “The resignation of federal employees has substantially hampered audits, investigations, or other reviews into matters within the scope of that individual’s responsibilities,” Buller added.

      Such subpoena power is already enjoyed by the Defense Department’s inspector general, who “uses it responsibly” and narrowly, Horowitz added. “Just having the authority often means you don’t have to use it,” he said, and the draft legislation contains oversight provisions, such as a three-IG body to review its use. But the department worries that IG involvement would have “a negative impact on Justice’s ability to pursue criminal cases the IGs may not know about,” Horowitz said.”

      http://www.govexec.com/management/2017/11/inspectors-general-seek-subpoena-power-authority-probe-doj-prosecutors/142575/

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    • son of liberty says:

      I agree grasshopper. The time for cheering from the sidelines is over. Now prosecutions must occur to show the American people just how deep and dirty the swamp really is.

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  3. covfefe999 says:

    This is the most amazing Presidency EVER!!!!!!

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    • Michelle says:

      Never a dull moment!

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      • SW Richmond says:

        Meanwhile, the FBI has time to look for gold:

        http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/17/rumored-site-55m-in-civil-war-era-gold-draws-fbis-attention-reports-say.html

        “Dozens of FBI agents, Pennsylvania state officials and members of a treasure-hunting group dug in a remote Pennsylvania site earlier this week, on rumors of Civil War-era gold being buried there.”

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        • scott467 says:

          No doubt they’re busy cataloguing and ‘mirroring’ future mass-casualty event perpetrators as we speak.

          Just like always.

          Then, after the killer goes on a murder-spree, the FIB can tell us how they knew all about him, saw all the warning signs, interviewed the future mass-murderer, etc.

          Just like always.

          Plenty of spare time to go on wild goose chases for gold in Pennsylvania. Wouldn’t want deplorable Americans to find anything, and if they did, the FIB would need to confiscate it immediately.

          Because they’re all about the money.

          And only the money.

          Money is their god.

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    • H.R. says:

      Oh, I don’t know about that, covfefe999. The last administration was totally amazing to me for its blatant trampling of the Constitution and policies designed to destroy America.

      Two amazing Presidencies back-to-back, but for completely opposite reasons.

      P.S. I’m really enjoying the whiplash from the 180 degree turn President Trump is taking.

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  4. joeknuckles says:

    I’m appalled that all these Democrats are questioning the integrity of the hard working men & women at the IG & OPR offices. This is very disturbing.

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    • youme says:

      What McCabe did was a CRIME: Lying under oath and lying to Federal agents. The same MSM and Democrat hacks who applauded Mueller for prosecuting Gen. Flynn for these very crimes are now condemning AG Jeff Sessions/IG/OPR for firing McCabe.
      This is the world in which we live.

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    • JX says:

      hahaha! That’s how to do it – right back at ’em!

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  5. youme says:

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  6. daughnworks247 says:

    I agree on Robin Gritz.
    I also think it was she who lined up “sources” in FBI for True Pundit to follow.
    Remember the expose they did on the sexual harassment and discrimination cases they did? It was surprisingly thorough and obviously loaded from inside sources.

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    • rashomon says:

      The coverage of Robin Gritz’s experiences by George Webb, Jason Goodman, True Pundit and several others laid the groundwork for much of what our present administration is able to do. Without these whistleblowers, We the People would be powerless.

      TOO BAD it takes “alternative media” to do the job that the Fourth Estate SHOULD do, but won’t because it is in bed with those who want to bring down our constitutional republic for their own gain. TOO BAD the Fourth Estate cannot be punished for ignoring or covering up the illegal activity of these narcissists who feel they are above the law.

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  7. Blacksmith8 says:

    I’m going to tell the future –
    comey, mccabey, and rosey visiting over a brandy in an isolated mountain lodge.
    (watch the shooter for details)
    oh my freak gas leak explosion. all dead. all evidence destroyed.

    shrillery I’m lookin at you.

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  8. TwoLaine says:

    Andrew McCabe Just Lost A $2 Million Pension and There’s Not Much He Can Do About It 🙂
    by Colin Kalmbacher
    17 Mar 2018

    https://lawandcrime.com/legal-analysis/andrew-mccabe-just-lost-a-2-million-pension-and-theres-not-much-he-can-do-about-it

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

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    • covfefe999 says:

      He means taxpayers were spared paying a slimeball a $2 million pension.

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    • How much was his salary to get 2 mill pension?

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I think it mostly has to do with the long length of time, he’s only 50, and generous benefits.

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      • Kenji says:

        MY pension after 21 years of brilliant work in MY profession … $ 0.00. No, I do not “work” for the government … so there isn’t a single taxpayer on the hook for my upkeep. And add to that the 21 years that I spent VOLUNTEERING my time as a Commissioner in my home city. Payment = NADA. And … I had to slavishly follow every tenet of “The Brown Act” which specifically forbids any and all conflicts of interest. I cannot tell you how many times I had to recuse myself from a project due to even the slightest hint of impropriety. Our local city attorney constantly lectured and made us recuse ourselves constantly.

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    • mimbler says:

      They keep talking about him losing his pension, and I don’t see how that is possible. He will certainly lose a portion by not making it to age 50, and he won’t be able to take immediate retirement, but firing doesn’t lose you a federal pension. Only being convicted of certain crimes can do that from the research I’ve done,

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      • OJ Simpson mudered two people, and lost in civil court to the tune of $30 million. Did it touch his NFL pension? No. Then he was convicted and went to prison in that Las Vegas case. Did it touch his NFL pension? No.

        Pensions previously earned are judgement-proof, even with criminal convictions. You’re exactly right about McCabe. He hasn’t even been indicted. The most he can lose is some percentage of what he would have gotten if he had made it 26 more hours without getting fired.

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        • mimbler says:

          Yep, and that’s better than nothing, but I am truly amazed how sloppy the press is. They don’t research anything. Normally I think they are just lying, but I don’t see why it would benefit the dems to make it look like McCabe is losing his pension.

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          • Totally agree. IF he got charged, it might be at risk, but right now he was just fired for a type of rules violation (by recommendation), not for any of the crimes you refer to that could qualify for withholding it.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          The NFL is a private entity, so it was their decision to do nothing about OJ’s pension – which he earned legitimately from them – they could be sued.

          I’m not in agreement that McCabe is going to get any portion of his pension – even waiting until age 57. Right now he is facing criminal charges and if convicted of certain serious crimes that pension is forfeit.

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          • As mimbler suggested, there are a few serious and specific crimes that do put a federal pension at POSSIBLE risk. However, McCabe is NOT “facing criminal charges”. He hasn’t been indicted or charged criminally al all! He merely was fired, and it was justified through a technical impropriety, a rules violation, that he can still appeal and/or sue over.

            If he gets charged later, under 5 USC 8312, the situation changes. I’m speaking about how things stand right now. His previously earned pension is not currently at risk.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      He’s right. If McCabe knew something was wrong he should have turned whistleblower. Instead he stayed silent and played along, and now when he’s confronted with not getting his $$$ he cries about it. There is no honor in that. Typical swamp dweller. Good riddance.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        He didn’t just play along; he has spent his entire 21 years in “government” service advancing the agenda of the Left. He is an ideologue and his criminal actions during Candidate Trump’s, President-elect Trump’s, and the President Trump’s administration are really the end of those 21 years, not the beginning.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      He might be talking about the death of Adam Lamo.

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  10. joeknuckles says:

    Jeff Flake says Trump is authoritarian. If that was true, how could Flake get away with attacking him continuously? All Trump has done is criticize him and refuse to endorse his senate run. How could all these Democrats get away with openly threatening him? How could washed up comedians get away with mock beheading him? All Trump did to her was say she should be ashamed of herself.
    The truth is that Trump follows the law and the constitution more than any other president in my lifetime has. He actually allows dissent and opposing views in his administration unless and until it gets in the way of getting things done.

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  11. Stormyeyes says:

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    • FofBW says:

      You will NEVER convince the Kool-Aid drinkers otherwise.

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Never forget this, Ever.

      You will have to remind liberals of this fact for the next ?? YEARS each and every time they try to spin the truth and turn this all around on Trump.

      Never forget this.

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    • JX says:

      Spot on!

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    • Summer says:

      They are projecting because that’s what they were/are/will be doing.

      I maintain my pet theory that Hillary Clinton wanted Trump to be accused of everything she and her husband were accused of, starting with sexual misconduct and pay-to-play schemes and up to voter fraud, criminal conspiracies and treason. That’s their revenge for Trump branding Hillary Crooked, for the Lock Her Up chants and for “stealing” her coronation. Look closely and you will notice that practically everything the left is trying to make Trump appear guilty of is what the Clintons were doing with impunity for decades and what Trump was highlighting in his speeches during the campaign. It’s like looking in the mirror.

      They want him ruined, disgraced, impeached and Locked Up.

      The only thing they are unable to pin on Trump YET is his destroying the subpoenaed evidence with bleachbit and hammers.

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  12. Stormyeyes says:

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  13. covfefe999 says:

    I’m taking great pleasure today knowing that McCabe is in a rage and having perhaps the worst weekend of his life. And Strzok and Page are probably sick to their stomachs, more of their texts were released so they’re back in the news AGAIN, and they might be next on the chopping block. Remember, they are still employed. Hopefully not for long.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Oops, forgot, one theory is that Strzok and Page are singing. Maybe they did so against their pal Andy. 🙂

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        I think Strozk is singing. It’s not so much that he hasn’t been fired. He hasn’t QUIT. His career in the FBI is done. Why is he hanging around?

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        • Deplore Able says:

          So long as Strozk is an FBI employee, he must cooperate with the IG. If he leaves, the IG can’t force him to answer questions. Thus, it is important that he stays an FBI employee. Strozk will not quit because if he does, then the sentence reduction he was offered will no longer be valid. An indictment will immediately follow if Strzok quits.

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    • Kenji says:

      Indeed! And I am REALLY hoping that SHE is leaking into HER Depends. And Obama’s Mom jeans are soiled.

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  14. Stormyeyes says:

    FBI Official: FBI Agents Threatened Physical Harm to President Trump In Missing FBI Texts & Other “Frightening” Communications

    https://truepundit.com/fbi-official-fbi-agents-threatened-physical-harm-president-trump-missing-fbi-texts-frightening-communications/

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    • andyocoregon says:

      Wow!
      From that article:

      “As reported in March 2017 by True Pundit, McCabe openly threatened President Trump and then-National Security Adviser Gen. Mike Flynn, saying first we “F*** Flynn and then we F*** Trump” to several high-ranking FBI bosses who cheered his comment.”

      And McCabe wonders why he was fired?
      More heads need to roll if this is true.

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    • Massachusetts deplorable says:

      If any credibility to that then Secret Service should be investigating. With or without that
      kind of threat this is the kind of stuff skilled authors make spy novels of

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  16. frankie says:

    President Trump has an old friend who got some love today on howtobeyourowndetective.com

    The author”s post today “Nuns and a Singer Were Their Own Detectives.”

    It talks about how nuns used the internet to narc out skank Hilary supporter Katy Perry. The sarcasm of one of the nuns was priceless!

    The other heroine was Connie Francis. After her rape, she used the public record to prove how negligent hotel security was and got laws changed.

    She did it by herself while Jane Fonda was crapping on the flag and other celebs were playing Casting Couch Bingo. The author showed how the Washington Post savaged Connie Francis for sticking up for rape victims.

    The author reveals Connie Francis’ friendship with President Trump and has a picture of the singing legend with Our Lion to prove it.

    Anyone who loves pop music will enjoy this post because of the names named and the walk down memory lane, in addition to the self-help lesson the post has.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Oh goodness, that brings back memories. I had such a CRUSH on Connie Francis when I was MUCH younger…. OK, much, much, MUCH younger… 1962-1963-ish.

      And the song that comes to mind is “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool”…

      How that fits today…

      Looking back on that, “for all have sinned, and fallen short of the Glory of GOD”…

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  17. Stormyeyes says:

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  18. Think of me as being pessimistic, but how this is news that we should cheer on? As SD mentioned in his original post when it as revealed that it is recommended “McCabe be fired”, he put it rightly, to paraphrase, that AG Sessions has been put in a rock and hard place now. So now AG firing McCabe … at the very last moment for dramatic effect … is good news? When it is a no brainer decision for any person with common sense?
    I would have been happy and joined the folks here cheering if at the same time Sessions would have started the ball rolling and let it known that McCabe will be charged (for treason possibly? Interfering in election? trying to overthrow the President of United States? etc.).
    We can be happy and cheer that AG Sessions is NOT Holder (contempt of congress charge and still he was not thrown in jail) and that President Trump is NOT Obama but other than that there is little to be happy about.
    As I see it, the forces that President Trump is fighting are too strong and taking away pension of one McCabe is not a deterrent in any way – especially when McCabe actually is not dependent on that pension for his day-to-day expenses and to make a living, unlike General Flynn who has to sell his house (now again I am not sure if General Flynn really needs to sell his house or it is for optics) or the Navy sailor who lost his job and had to work as a garbage man when he got the news that he is being pardoned or the “film maker” whose life got destroyed by 0bama, his administration and HRC.
    I will believe that law and order is restored when the likes of Comey, Mueller, HRC, 0bama, etc, are first thrown in prison for breaking the law just like the navy sailor and then work as garbage man/woman to eke out their living – on second thoughts I don’t think they should even work as garbage man/woman, considering that many of us throw away important documents (shredded) in garbage or recycling and do not incinerate it.
    I am not the guy to come out with pitchforks or follow mob mentality, but being a straight arrow person, I would expect that the law does not differentiate between the likes of Comey, Mueller, HRC, 0bama, etc. and the Navy Sailor (who is probably more patriotic than any of these guys combined) or the “film maker”.

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  19. ATheoK says:

    McCabe’s firing is playing out exactly as Sundance described it would.

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  20. Nigella says:

    So McCabe kept memos?Why would we believe anything he might have written.. Oh and Comey is threatening the President with the “truth” in his new book? We must be living in an alternate Universe

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  21. mccabe an comey threatening?

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  22. Sandra-VA says:

    In case you haven’t noticed, there is a group of people who are ALL coming after our President Trump – openly and with malice. Firing McCabe is the opening salvo in the Big Ugly. The storm has literally begun. Take note of all the people responding to that firing and how.

    There is now a war on for the USA.

    It is actually quite frightening to me that these people are openly and brazenly attacking/threatening the President of the United States of America.

    Will it go hot?

    I sincerely doubt that President Trump is going to lose this battle, not with all of us on his side!

    This is history in the making.

    The Big Ugly is underway.

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  23. mccabe lawyered up!

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  24. Stormyeyes says:

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    • Nigella says:

      Memos with the President? Wonder how many times Trump would ever have spoken to him and if he did that would be confidential… So I guess we can expect “leaks” of these.. Of course they will probably be fabricated anyway…

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    • H.R. says:

      “According to a source with knowledge of the matter.”

      Who was that source; McCabe?
      And when, if ever, did he meet alone with President Trump?
      I’d trust his notes like I’d trust his 302s.

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    • Joe Blow says:

      Would that be Laura, daughter of Valerie, Jarrett? Yeah…

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    • Michelle says:

      How do we even know that his memos are truthful??? Anybody can write anything.

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      • mimbler says:

        I would assume that someone who is fired for lying would not have truthful memos regarding his enemies.

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        • jahealy says:

          You know, if you take a few steps back and view this from a bit of a distance … it’s just utterly and completely childish. I feel like I’m watching a Dr. Phil episode titled Teenage Tantrums. “I have MEMOS!” sounds a lot like, “I HATE you, mom!” There’s nothing the tantrum-throwing teen can actually do about anything except show his silly azz in front of millions of Dr. Phil viewers, and then when the show’s over, climb into a waiting van for a chaperoned ride to the Happy Acres wilderness camp for out of control youngsters.

          McCabe and all his defenders today are no longer in charge of anything, and if they think the police, military, or law-abiding gun owners of this country have their backs, they’re in for a really big surprise. They should be careful what they threaten during their teenage tantrums.

          Lordy.

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      well if they are “official memos” then they are the property of the US government and he had no business keeping them. If they are his own journals, it is no more fact than my own personal diaries…

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    • Oldschool says:

      My bet is POTUS has a few “memos” of his own.

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  25. samantha powers threatening who?

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  26. L. E. Joiner says:

    CBS, via WBZ radio news (Boston), is saying that McCable has lots of ‘memos’ about President Trump, and about Comey’s firing, which (presumably) he will be sharing with the Special Counsel. They are obviously trying to spin this, like the Comey sacking, as the President trying to obstruct justice.

    Let’s hope that AG Sessions now opens the faucet and dumps all the ‘collusion’ dreck right back on the Leftwing Cabal in the FBI, DoJ, and the Obama White House. Then let’s see how long the Useful Idiots in the Lamestream Media can keep piling on the President.

    /LEJ (Walking Creek World)

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  27. buckle up he says!

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  28. larry has a good thread very good!

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  29. lawton says:

    I see US NavyJack has gone full retard on Twitter. He sounds about like Chuck Schumer now with his talk about they have ways to get you. I always took him for a disinformation agent with his crazy crap acting like Trump could be in trouble for a violation of the Logan Act when every other President elect did the same things he did.

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  30. youme says:

    This narrative about McCabe having memos…

    Seems like every one of these creeps involved in the attempted coup kept “book”.

    This is a warning and a threat by McCabe to the other conspirators: I kept “book” on Trump which means I kept book on all of you. If you give me up, I have the evidence to take you all down with me.

    McCabe is a sociopath of the highest order and totally unpredictable. There are a lot of people out there who are right now contemplating what to do about McCabe. McCabe is a loaded gun, cocked and locked

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Sounds like (for lack of a better term) some degree of artifice of truth is involved here.

      If McCabe, Comey, or whoever keeps a memo pad as a “log” of their conversations, it is, by definition, biased, in favor of the author, e.g. McCabe.

      Such “evidence” rapidly devolves into a “he said, she said” quagmire of unsubstantiated accusations and retorts, until and unless authoritative evidence is presented to counter the speculative detritus of a ruined career borne of deception.

      Knowing that VSGPDJT is a successful businessman of many years experience, he would more than likely have both his own memos, and audio or video recording(s) to accompany him, as has every President since JFK, if not before (remember, wire-recording tech is quite old).

      Rather laughable (and pathetic) really, as following McCabe and Comey’s model, I could go to a meeting and come out with the “documented” information that they spoke with Elvis at a 7-11 and he bought them a beer and a copy of Field & Stream…

      Let’s see the proof, spooks. Otherwise put a sock in it… and not a pink one, at that…

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    • Covfefe-USA says:

      So, if he kept memos and notes, why didn’t he give them to Mueller months ago????

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  31. Daniel Leone says:

    Something I always learned, the ones screaming the loudest about mcCabe are probably the most guilty. Notice who is screaming the most, Comey, McCabe, Brennan, Powers, Holder, media.

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  32. Missing Andrew says:

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    • Scout says:

      OMG.
      This from a US hating alleged muslim convert.
      Andy has been trashed by the Inspector General and the FBI Office of Professional standards.
      Poor old Brennan is in massive denial. Mustn’t have read about those facts yet.

      He’ll catch up.

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  33. Keebler ac says:

    Why is bullytard McCabe threatening victim President Trump when the recommendation to fire him was the FBI itself for being lied to by third in charge?

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  34. AncientChineseSecret says:

    Has anyone heard a word from Obama as one by one his administration is shown the door or worse faces a date with a prosecutor? Honestly, it’s deafening the silence from Obama, Biden, Lynch, Yates, Brennan, et al. The only people chirping are the ones that want to remind the others that if he/she goes down they all go down.

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  35. Donna in Oregon says:

    The other weak link is Clapper. To get Brennan, go thru Clapper.

    Brennan will give up Valerie Jarrett. He’s a Sunni and she is Shia.

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    • rashomon says:

      You’re giving ValJar to much credit re Shia. First, she’s a narcissist. Next, she’s a self-serving, arrogant atheist. Third, she’ll jump fer thems that pays the mostest. There. I fixed it fer ya”. 🙂

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