Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows Discuss The IG Referral to FBI Office of Professional Responsibility and McCabes Firing…

Representative Jim Jordan and Representative Mark Meadows have NOT seen the widely discussed Inspector General report on politicization of the FBI and DOJ.  The IG report will likely be released in segments according to the substance within the investigation.

However, what Jordan and Meadows have seen is the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) file sent to Jeff Sessions outlining reason for their recommendation of termination for Andrew McCabe; and that OPR summary includes the IG evidence that backs-up the referral to the OPR.

Daily Caller – “[McCabe] didn’t lie just once; he lied four times,” Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on Thursday.

“Four times he lied. He lied to James Comey. He lied to the [FBI’s] Office of Professional Responsibility, and he lied twice under oath to the inspector general.”

Jordan, a Republican member of the House Judiciary Committee, told The Daily Caller News Foundation earlier on Thursday the Office of Professional Responsibility report revealed McCabe not only did not tell Comey he authorized leaks to the media, he “affirmatively denied” he did so.  (read more)

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556 Responses to Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows Discuss The IG Referral to FBI Office of Professional Responsibility and McCabes Firing…

  1. Karl Kastner says:

    Love Jordan’s grin at 5:44. After CNN pundit calls any suggestion of FBI or DOJ wrongdoing a conspiracy theory.

    These guys know what’s really going on with IG. They’re just playing their parts. And breaking on live TV.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Andy says:

    I’m amazed at the number of people here who don’t understand the significance of having a special counsel as opposed to whatever Sessions is trying to pull off.

    We have allegations of some of the most serious criminal conduct in our political system in our history. It appears that a presidential administration used all of the spying and law enforcement powers available to it to try to take down the presidential campaign of the opposing party, and then after he was elected to overthrow his administration. It doesn’t get any more serious than that. If these coup plotters had succeeded, it would have meant the end of our democratic form of government. And they almost succeeded. And they still might, given the weak kneed response of our Justice Department and the camp followers who support it.

    To respond to this kind of threat, we need the most serious no-holds-barred type of investigation we can muster. It has to be an investigation that the public is completely aware of and where the objective is stated clearly. It has to be conducted by a pit bull prosecutor who will leave no stone unturned. Putting this kind of investigation in the hands of an IG is a joke. He doesn’t have a clear documented mandate in writing that the public can scrutinize, He has very limited powers that are largely confined to the DOJ. Those powers are mostly administrative in nature, i.e. looking for fraud, waste and inefficiencies in the operation of the DOJ. He has no prosecutorial powers. That’s why he is called an inspector and not a prosecutor. His job is to make sure people follow procedures properly, like using the right form, not taking long lunches, not using the company car for personal business. Giving him the assignment to conduct an investigation of the political crime of the century that involves people in his own agency is an f-ing travesty. It’s like giving the investigation of a serial killer to a traffic cop. Any AG would quickly understand that handling the investigation in that fashion would be the equivalent of a coverup, of a non-effort.

    And adding a prosecutor to work along side him doesn’t change things.

    The advantages of having a special counsel, as opposed to what Sessions is doing, are overwhelming. First a special counsel is independent. He doesn’t have to worry about p—–g off or investigating his boss or co-workers. Second, he has a written mandate that the entire country can be aware of and which specifies exactly whom and what he is to investigate. For example, Mueller’s mandate is to investigate “any links and or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump….” That’s clear. No one has any doubt as to what he is about. Third, his investigation is not restricted to his agency or to certain people. He can go wherever the trail leads. Fourth, he has the powers of a prosecutor — not just interview and subpoena powers, but the powers to convene a grand jury, to compel testimony, to grant immunity if warranted, and the power to obtain indictments and court orders.

    That is so far superior to what Sessions has concocted. We only need one fully empowered prosecutor handling this case. It’s ok to have an IG conduct his internal inspection, so long as he doesn’t interfere with or mess up the criminal investigation. But he shouldn’t be a limiting force on what is really needed here — a fully empowered independent prosecutor who has the power to take down this coup/conspiracy and all the people involved.

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    • Paul says:


      There WILL be Grand Jury Investigations, Indictments, Prosecutions and Punishments; either through a Special Prosecutor OR


      As stated over a year ago; Sessions/Wray has to prosecute because there is a Mountain of Evidence that is everywhere and has been seen by everyone. The Evidence points to the Largest Criminal Organization in United States History. Just naming a few Criminal Acts; Treason, Sedition, Subversion, Espionage, Racketeering, Perjury, etc.

      Sessions/Wray would be aiding and abetting in all Criminal Acts, if they do not use Common Investigative Policies and Practices and follow the evidence. Session and Wray would become a James Comey, who allegedly was corrupted by the Clinton’s Power (Clinton Foundation). Comey was the Top Law enforcement official in the World and allegedly aided and abetted in Criminal Acts. Again, the evidence is everywhere and is seen by everyone. I can’t imagine there being 3-in a row; corrupted highest law enforcement officials in the world. Session and Wray would destroy themselves.

      I have to believe that Sessions/Wray wants the glory to be known as one of the Greatest FBI Directors and Attorney Generals throughout history; by saving the Rule of Law, the Constitution and the United States. My Gosh; you would think they worked/wished there entire life to have this opportunity to Save the World.

      P/Trump will make sure there will be Grand Jury Investigations, Indictments, Prosecutions and Punishment. P/Trump knows he is holding an unbeatable hand by using the Criminal Code to Win this Civil War and he knows the criminal code will gain him 30 million more voters. P/Trump also knows MAGA would all be Reversed in 8 years by the Globalist/Elitist if he does not destroy them. Remember P/Trumps snake story.

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      • G. Combs says:


        What an absolute pile of steaming CNN!

        WHO has been grandstanding? AND LEAKING info to the Yellow Stream Media
        Comey? McCabe? Mueller? Rosenstien?


        Wray and AG Sessions who get accused of being missing in action (because their jobs, BY LAW, SHOULD be done in secret.)

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    • G. Combs says:

      Show me ONCE that a Special Counsel or a Special Prosecutor has actually brought justice for Americans and not been a money sink.

      The Whiskey Ring investigation was successfully run by the Treasury dept all by it’s self but had problems when the special prosecutors were appt by President Grant.

      The Star Route investigation was tainted by bribery and highly place politicians were acquited.

      The Teapot Dome investigation lead to the conviction of Secretary of the Interior Albert Bacon Fall but those paying bribes got off scot free.

      Watergate as we all know was a complete mess.
      After that came the Iran–Contra affair, Whitewater and Waco. 🙄

      Fast and Furious, Benghazi and the Clinton e-mail didn’t even rate the lip service of a ‘Special prosecutor/Counsel’

      And the Muh Russia Special Counsel would be a laughing stock if it was not so serious.

      So please tell me WHY the sudden love affair with Special Counsels?

      Do you want one so the SWAMP IS BACK IN CONTROL???

      I also suggest you read Sundance’s Explanation of WHY a Special CounSel is NOT needed. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/03/29/ag-sessions-letter-to-house-and-senate-highlights-a-lengthy-review-by-prosecutor-john-w-huber/

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        You may have knowledge or experience others don’t have.

        It didn’t make sense that the only avenue was to have a SC, then a Grand Jury, burning another 6 months or year?

        There have to be another avenue(s), other processes, to investigate and build a legal case.

        Can Huber file subpoenas/ depose the departed Comey and McCabe, or does that come later?


  3. Brian Baker says:

    Okay, maybe this is a dumb question, but why has Rosenstein not recused himself from Huber’s investigation? Meadows and Jordan both made the point that Rosenstein is potentially an investigative target of wrongdoing, and certainly involved, given that he signed off on the phony FISA warrant.


    • G. Combs says:

      Rosenstein is now IN the government as is Mueller and his law team (I think). That makes their activities the target of Inspector General investigation. Remember what Sundance said about the fab five HERE

      I get the sneaking feeling that Rosey and Mulehead are about to get slapped upside the head with a brick and handcuffs fairly soon.

      Trump let this play out to show there was NO RUSSIAN COLLUSION except for the collusion between Hillary, the DNC, the Brits and maybe Russia. That has played out and now the dribbles of information to the public are coming a lot faster.

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  4. digleigh says:

    HOROWITZ, Obama appointee, better start telling the public soon! We heard Jan. 15, then early spring, then by March(last day today!).. This feeds into” the swamp protects itself” knowledge of many who know how they operate! Many of us know that Mueller is out for Trump, and will do it BAMN(as shown by his top sargeant/Weissman’s past behavior with esculpatory evidence,Mueller’s inappropriate (IMHO) even TAKING the case with his Comey bias,being turned DOWN BY TRUMP for a JOB(head of FBI), uranium one bias, Comey ‘s foundation(I leaked to a friend to a reporter, to “trigger a special counsel”)being corrupt, and CGI attorney on board, etc.!! Rosenstein’s ( signing on one of the FISA warrants, and his wife’s representing of Clintons, Muellers, comey,bias, etc…..!!!) is sooooo very troublesome, and pair that with the Session’s naive, and uneeded recusal from Russia probe, ( now UAE probe, now tax filing problem probe, now chats with foreigners probes…..ad nauseum….) The public would spend more, be happy more, when this agony of NONSENSE is OVER!!! Mueller wants to drag it through the 2018 elections, mark my words!!!


  5. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    It would seem a wise strategy for Mueller to hold whatever phony ‘bombshells’ his million dollars team of Democrats have dug up/created until a̶̷ d̶̷a̶̷y̶̷ an hour or two after the IG report to throw confusion, offer pushback and equivalencies.


    • Rielly O'Hanlon says:

      IF he has the cards, he has to play them BEFORE being arrested himself. Likely, if Mueller is arrested, the balance of his team will be, too. Won’t be any “high level” leaking.

      Liked by 1 person

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