Nuts – McCabe Brief Against 2018 Firing Claims Trump Calling Him “Dirty Cop” December 2019 is Proof of Bias…

Nuttery.  Abject Lawfare nuttery.  Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe lied four times to internal FBI investigators, three times under oath, in 2017.  This led to his firing in March 2018.


In a remarkable act of hubris, in late 2018 Andrew McCabe sued the DOJ for wrongful termination through Lawfare lawyer Michael Bromwich.  The legal argument was/is essentially that McCabe was allowed to lie to FBI investigators because he was the head of the FBI (an employee of the agency).

In response to the McCabe lawsuit the DOJ filed a motion for summary dismissal due to McCabe’s lying, and an Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) affirmation, saying the termination was valid.

In today’s response motion opposing the summary judgement [cloud pdf here], using a new batch of lawyers, McCabe’s legal team argues President Trump called McCabe a “dirty cop” last month, and that proves McCabe’s firing in March 2018  was wrongful.

Yes, that is their argument.

Here’s the embed pdf of the filing:



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184 Responses to Nuts – McCabe Brief Against 2018 Firing Claims Trump Calling Him “Dirty Cop” December 2019 is Proof of Bias…

  1. Merkin Muffley says:

    I listen to half the stuff coming out of the Lawfare defense team and it’s laughable! It’s obvious they have no case! They’re just hoping to get a liberal DC jury and give them a sob story!

    Liked by 8 people

    • Raptors2020 says:

      Sociopaths and leftists make war on their own society.

      I think a fruitful investigation for a journalist would be uncovering the extreme leftism of the coup plotters against President Trump.

      Their radicalism was the engine that drives them, the glue that binds them, the dogma that convinces them, and the emotion that keeps them from turning on each other.

      They surely remain in contact, probably through Lawfare. The Lawfare lawyers must be cunning enough to know the bonds within the coup plotters group must be maintained. The filing of these nuisance lawsuits might partly be a device to maintain the plotters’ morale.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Lucille says:

        “The filing of these nuisance lawsuits might partly be a device to maintain the plotters’ morale.”

        And the other part is their love of money…
        “Love of money is the root of all evil.”

        And what does money buy? Power! Within the soul of every lawfare member is their sincerest love for evil’s results. They must have made billions in the last three years.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Tracy Bovee says:

          Heh … “love of money” … certainly on the lawyers’ part.

          But you know, there’s a good point here. Get leftist liar McCabe into the system, and grind him into oblivion just the way those malefactors have done to Gen. Flynn. Let’s start dosing them with gallons of their own vile medicine. I bet they won’t like it …


    • Harleeryder says:

      Simple question, why do all these Lawfare people and the ones leading the “Resistance” seem to be Jewish? I love God’s Chosen People, but c’mon man!


  2. lolli says:

    Well, PT is biased against dirty cops. They have him there.
    Unfreaking believable.

    Liked by 13 people

  3. jogreggre says:

    McCabe was very unconcerned when he admitted he lied. I cannot be the only American who is absolutely horrified at the arrogance of McCabe, Comey, Brennan, Page, Clapper, Susan Rice, Samantha Power, and many others who obviously believe that the laws don’t apply to them. Meanwhile, Mike Flynn is awaiting sentencing for not lying to the FBI. This is not justice.

    Liked by 26 people

    • littleanniefannie says:

      Our injustice system needs a major overhaul. Cops are dirty, lying lawyers are getting rich on the government test, honest citizens are going to pay higher taxes because of the Democrat bull$hit. What’s wrong with this picture?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Carly says:

      Yes, but a silver lining: The unbridled hubris made them sloppy at their secret schemes. We know plenty and it’s more than enough, and yet it’s only a fraction of what Nunes and McCarthy, Barr and Durham knows – and yet that is only a fraction of what God Himself knows. And yet we know plenty.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        Carly, It matters not what we know if the plotters get to walk away free. It matters not if a liar lies and he gets away with those lies while others go to jail for telling the truth. It matters not.

        It only goes to show how embedded the two tier justice system is in this country. Politicians and rich people can commit felonies. Set up organized crime units called pacts, election campaigns, or the “party” (DNC/RNC) and get away with all that they do.

        In the meantime, a sailor is in jail for a smidgen of what Hillary Clinton did. You have three Trump associates having their door kicked in by FBI swat units for minor process crimes (ahem, lying to the FBI) while Brennan, McCabe, Senatory Warner, Schiff, Pelosi, Comey, Strozk, Page, Ohr, etc sit and get away with it all. Disgusting.

        Yeah, we all can see the facts. We can all see the malfeasance. But nothing is happening. Nada. Nothing except a sham impeachment and more BS rhetoric by the plotters.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Harleeryder says:

      And what about Wolf, the guy over Senate Security who was leaking anti-Trump info to his media whore girlfriend. What happened to him? Not a damned thing.


  4. Alec Rawls says:

    McCabe thinks the president is not allowed to run his own administration. From the Washington Times:

    “Mr. McCabe is suing the Justice Department for wrongful termination, alleging President Trump ordered his firing.”

    Not even an obstruction ploy. He really thinks that bureaucratic departments are supposed to be independent of the president, or Republican presidents at least.

    A textbook example of Orwell’s fictional Doublethink, but with these pieces of Schiff it’s real. They actually do it.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. Rex says:

    “First, we f—k Flynn. Then we f—k Trump” – Dirty Cop

    Liked by 12 people

    • littleanniefannie says:

      McCabe is right in this respect—that statement ( “First, we f—k Flynn. Then we f—k Trump”) is not from a dirty cop, it’s from a treasonous traitor. Last I heard, that qualifies him to choose between hanging and firing squad. You got fired from your job Andy boy but the real firing is yet to come!

      Liked by 9 people

  6. stringplayer55 says:

    So, the President is not allowed to have an opinion about someone who has (repeatedly) lied? It is fine for Peter Strzok to say that Hillary Clinton should win 100,000,000 to zero and also tell Lisa Page in response to her worry that Trump could be elected that “No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it.” But it isn’t OK for the President to have an opinion about a proven liar?

    Are you sure, Andy, that you want to go down this road? That would allow discovery for President Trump’s lawyers. I can see it now, when this comes before the courts. “Say, Petey. Who is the ‘we’ that you were referring to? Are those the people who met in ‘Andy’s office’ to discuss an ‘insurance policy?'”

    It wouldn’t be left to DOJ lawyers to determine what information should be released to the public. Ooh, I could get on board with McCabe taking this case to the courts!

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Howard says:

    Frivolous lawsuit. Rule 11 sanctions against the lawyers. Costs and fees to the feds.

    Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      He has a right to sue, I suppose… but that nonsense above is laughable.

      #1 … is a quote of somebody else’s statement
      #2 … doesn’t mention McCabe by name
      #3 … lots of words, yet doesn’t mention McCabe by name



    • Rob says:

      With corrupt democrat judges, any lawsuit, no matter how frivolous, is helpful to them as it’s likely to be ruled in their favor.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. TreeperInTraining says:

    Only one song will do:


  9. mr.piddles says:

    These freaking people are a bunch of Tough Guys when they’re conducting Five Eyes Operations against a Presidential campaign, and conspiring over “insurance policies”, and embedding spies in the White House, and handing off bogus investigations to Special Counsels. But looky looky… when the lights are turned on they all turn into a bunch of whiny little bitches, writing Op Eds and going on Cable News shows to complain about how Donald J. Trump was “mean” to them on Twitter… Those people were in the highest echelons of U.S. Law Enforcement and Intelligence, folks.

    Liked by 5 people

  10. mr.piddles says:



  11. Patience says:

    Is dirty cop McCabe trying to beat Durham / Barr to court???

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Prof. Woland says:

    Speaking of McCabe’s lawyers, who are they? If they are tied into Lawfare then he will be part of a common defense. If he is not, he is a renegade and will be thrown under the bus by team Democrat. My guess is that the Lawfare defense would require not turning over on those higher up the food chain even if that means falling on the sword. In all probability, McCabe will be getting the sword whether he likes it or not. The only question is whether he actually falls or is pushed.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Moe Grimm says:

    Remember Evelyn “Our Friends on the Hill” Farkas? Yeah, another dog still barking. This leftist shrike is back as reported by OANN. The institutional media will of course try to smother this too, but guess by what association this time… besides claiming she’s running for congress to “protect American democracy” by filling NY’s Nita Lowey another rabid cultural marxist holding membership in two Tribes. But let’s see how she squares this one: Cannot. Make. This. Schidt. Up.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. bluenova1971 says:

    what an effing moron

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Shyster says:

    McCabe’s submission does not create a triable issue of material fact as to his serial lying under oath, the basis for his termination. From the Strock play book, the fact that people had personal opinions about McCabe doesn’t in anyway demonstrate that their actions were motivated by these biases. ORDER: The Governments Motion to Dismiss is Granted. The Defendant/Government shall recover its costs upon appropriate application. IT IS SO ORDERED!


  16. mr.piddles says:

    Mr. Piddles’ advice to Comey, McCabe, and the rest: Learn to code, my friends.

    Liked by 5 people

  17. billybob says:

    “Yale philosopher Harry Frankfurt writes, “One of the salient features of our culture is that there is so much bullshit. Everyone knows this. Each of us contributes his share. But we tend to take the situation for granted.” Harry, meet Andy .

    Liked by 1 person

  18. trapper says:

    It’s not about McCabe’s firing, or bias. Hell, it’s not even about McCabe. it’s about the discovery they will seek to engage in. This case has nothing to do with McCabe. it is just another front in the Lawfare war against Trump. They are desperate to keep the case alive to use as a vehicle to get stuff they can’t get at in the impeachment cases. Nothing more.

    But if they lose on summary judgment, that means there were never any material factual disputes before discovery even began. Not only are all bets off, but they might be subject to a Rule 11 motion. In fact, the defense counsel should already have sent Lawfare a Rule 11 letter telling them that from this moment forward they and their client will be held responsible for ALL defense costs. A lovely little defense tactic that turns the tables. The pursued fox becomes the pursuing predator.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. zekness says:

    Peter Struck-out-again, opens mouth and shouts at the moon.

    at this rate, can we safely he is ONLY a simple bullshitttter?

    things that really concern me:

    he is a lawyer?
    he was in charge of counter-intelligence division?
    he was paid real money
    the FBI didn’t notice the complete lack of everything that makes a person reasonably credible?

    Yes, I AM concerned.

    I would like to think that others in the FBI are looking at this and realizing…upstairs, in the bowels of this organization, was populated by people who should have been exposed and tossed out of windows a very long time ago.

    I have a prediction: internally, the FBI agents of character and integrity and going to press into action the ancient way of solving problems……

    a good ass beating is for it.

    former FBI agent found beaten nearly to death and does not want to talk about the crime or press any charges.

    yup…it’s going to happen..maybe not tomorrow..maybe not next week..but when the opportunity presents itself…someone is going to pound this miserable wimp into a coma.

    I look forward to it.


    • zekness says:

      I realized my mistake…I am not going to correct it…there are few reasons to distinguish between mccabe and struck-out-again.

      same kinds of idiots.


  20. zekness says:

    so, okay….let me get some things straight here.

    a former fbi agent who committed perjury…in an attempted coup…can sue the DOJ AG?

    wait..I thought the DOJ AG cannot be sued…I thought FBI agents cannot be sued?

    well well well..unless I am missing something critical here..I see an opening to sue the living life out of this assshat…I can think of several people whom might be interested in doing just that:


    President Donald Trump?

    I am SOOO looking forward the durham dropping the hammer in this creep.

    As soon as he opened his mouth during the first congressional hearing, I knew right then and there, this idiot was a dangerous psychopath.

    that picture…one just can’t make a mistake with that know the one.

    that’s just plain evil right there.


  21. the5thranchhand says:

    What ever happened to ‘sticks and stones can break my bones; but names will never hurt me’???
    McCabe is no more a cop than the man-in-the-moon, he is a damn snowflake. The government is filled to the gills with sissies like McCabe.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Alex Pazzo says:

    Will CNN keep him on the payroll?


  23. zekness says:

    mccabe: I am sorry that I got CAUGHT LYING THREE TIMES (AT LEAST) to fbi investigators while under OATH..during an investigation that involved the criminal leaking of investigative materials to the NYT, which was actually ME telling Page to do it, so that my image could be strengthened.

    How does this square with the treatment of Flynn? not under oath…not given notice of an official interview, a real man of honor and integrity ..a life that has been ruined!

    I say….rope….and a tall stool..

    anything less would make me do something that probably should have been done a very long time ago. I kid you not. cold fury here!


  24. rcogburn says:

    McCabe, Strozk, and Page have all sued the DOJ. As SD always says – follow the lawyers to understand the bigger picture. No surprise that all these roads of corruption lead back to the Soetero admin.

    Tweet thread from last year. Well worth a read. In brief:

    Arnold & Porter represents McCabe and Page (different attorney, same firm). A&P is an old line DC firm with a who’s-who roster of attorneys who staffed up the Clinton and BHO admins, including CIA, NSA, DOJ, State Dept. . Page’s attorney, Amy Jeffress, was Eric Holder’s “counsel on national security and international matters,” with ties to the FISC and NSC.

    Zukerman, Spaeder represents Strozk. They also represent Fusion GPS “on dossier related legal matters.” They were paid $148,000 by Soros funded Democracy Integrity Project, as part of $3.8M in Soros funds paid towards Fusion GPS’s efforts with the Steele Dossier. The firm also represented Lois Lerner. Strozk’s lawyer Aitan Goelman was Obama’s Director of Enforcement at the CFTC.


  25. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Consume feces and expire, Andy.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. bkrg2 says:

    Good grief
    Hard to believe idiots pay these Lawfare scammers thousands of dollars per hour to come up with “Trump hurt my feelings “


  27. Sean Supsky says:

    Well, he has shown himself to be a dirty cop….and a seditious conspirator

    Liked by 2 people

  28. CanaCon says:

    “Yes, that is their argument.”

    I’m still laughing!!

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Jack Rail says:

    Uh, Andrew, it’s the nature of evidence. You know, like calling you a white man; it’s what you are. Well, you’re still a white man, but thankfully you *were* a dirty cop, not *are* a dirty cop.


  30. Broc says:

    The last flailing of a drowning man,


  31. joeknuckles says:

    The correct response here is simple:

    There is no testimonial or documentary evidence that bias had any impact on the firing of dirty cop Andrew McCabe.


  32. Rynn69 says:

    When you got nothing, you step into the batsh$t crazy zone.


  33. John-Y128 says:

    “The Inspector General Missed Yet Another Lie From The FBI – Much has been missed, including one significant misrepresentation contained in all four of the Carter Page FISA applications—an inaccuracy even the IG’s team overlooked.”


  34. These people simply do not comprehend that they can be fired with cause. That “cause” actually exists. And, that they all serve at the pleasure of the President, who can be as “biased” as he cares to be, even when he isn’t. There was abundant reason to terminate his employment, and for him to face criminal charges, even if he’s found lawyers who will say to him, “oh, you poor, poor mistreated boy … sign here, please.”


  35. nealtrans says:

    I think the point is being missed here. McCabe leaked to the press a statement intended to deflect criticism about the outrageous amount of money that the Democrat machine “donated’ to McCabe’s wife for her campaign for a lowly state senator position. Any reasonable person would equate that donation as a “bribe” in return for McCabe going easy on HRC in the e-mail scandal. That is what he should be prosecuted for, not just lying about lying about it.


  36. justafly says:

    Doesn’t this court filing now seal some very important records from scrutiny by the DOJ, Judicial Watch, etc.?


  37. shipley130 says:

    Yeah, trying to pull off a bloodless coup against a sitting president just because you don’t like him (or you thought the sitting president was gonna ruin all your money laundering schemes) is such an honest way to run law enforcement.


  38. Harvey Lipschitz says:

    So in the course of deepstate and it’s deep railroad of leakers, if a Grand Jury has convened and McCabe is a party of interest, he will have been informed. These lawsuits are throwing embers in a direction where he may soon face indictments.

    When CNN hired him, that is ipso facto evidence that he is dirty.


  39. Screw his termination!!! HE LIED UNDER OATH!!! There is no equivocation here, the facts are clear and there is no need for any long investigation, this can be handled by a low level DA over three days. We need to get him off the streets, stop his Op Eds and stop the book signings. Barr needs to answer the question why the Flynn process is proceeding and the McCabe process, which is way more clear cut and factual, hasn’t even started. Furthermore, to start the process to to start turning the screws, he is immediately guilty of perjury, who and what will he give up to stay out of jail. In jail, he knows anything could happen to him to protect others, so he will talk…HE NEEDS TO BE ARRESTED NOW!!!


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