Two-Tiered Justice – DOJ Informs Andrew McCabe He Will Not Be Prosecuted for Lying to FBI Investigators (3 Times, Under Oath)…

The Department of Justice has informed former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe he will not face criminal prosecution for lying to FBI investigators.  The lawyers for Andrew McCabe shared the DOJ letter:

The DOJ inspector general had previously sent a criminal referral based on the OIG investigation of Mr. McCabe leaking to the media and then lying to FBI investigators four times, three times under oath in 2017, about his activity.  [OIG Report HERE]

During an immediate appearance on CNN the former FBI Deputy Director criticized the Department of Justice for putting his “family through this experience.”  McCabe said it was an “insult” and a “disgrace” for the DOJ to put him through this for two years.

Lawyers for Mr. McCabe released the following statement:

As a reminder, this was the previous summary from an investigation carried out by the Office of Inspector General:

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840 Responses to Two-Tiered Justice – DOJ Informs Andrew McCabe He Will Not Be Prosecuted for Lying to FBI Investigators (3 Times, Under Oath)…

  1. Tiffthis says:

    I hate this. WTH! Roger stone and Flynn are facing years of jail for the exact thing McCabe is skating on 🤬

    Liked by 17 people

    • Tiffthis says:

      PS- can’t wait for the trump tweet about this 💯🤣

      Liked by 8 people

    • Payday says:

      So, if 4 rogue prosecutors set the Stone 7-9 behind Barr’s back, could the same thing have happened with McCabe? Is the DS setting up Barr again with this? Just don’t know what to believe with anything I see.

      Liked by 1 person

      • gustafus21 says:

        Believe that Barr is a COMPANY MAN – and to his ears – these were “dedicated public servants, who believed they were saving the country from a reality show grifter that somehow obtained the highest office” …..

        Barr is a company man. I hate him as much as Pelosi – no, I hate him MORE than Pelosi, because like Graham, Gowdy et al … they claim to be strict constitutionalists… but not when it comes to phony Foundations, corrupt [read misguided] FISA courts, and embedded anti Trump activists throughout the Federal Government.

        Don’t even get me started on the Epstein cover up and how many are protected in that!!!

        I hate them all and want them to die … after being perp walked and humiliated …

        How ever does my President get out of bed every day in the face of such entrenched evil… by even his own side.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Robert Smith says:

        Sure. They could just say eff it, call McCabe’s lawyers. Barr can’t take it back.

        There was a lot of winning last week. The DeepState Strikes Back


      • Tl Howard says:

        I wonder.
        Mr. Barr, could you at least explain why?

        Liked by 2 people

    • jmuniz1 says:

      When he wins again in November they will have no choice to give in.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Hans says:

      We must preserve the. Institutions.. must I tell you.. Adam Schiff/William Barr…
      …..but. McCabe lied it’s in black and white…printed in an official report…..
      We must preserve the Institutions… must I tell you.. Trump must learn how to lie like the rest of us..Adam Schiff/McConnell…..

      And when the bullets start to fly because of the lack of the rule of law and a two tiered justice system.. ,,,,,,,,,William Barr I don’t understand what these US citizens are so upset about.. I did the referrals… and after all everyone knows DC is crooked.. what do the stupid citizen expect.. HONESTY… they are crazy… ACOUNTABILITY.. they are crazy…



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    • MJ Alexander says:

      Call me an eternal optimist, but is it possible that they are just stepping out of the way so that Durham can pursue McCabe on broader charges? Don’t know… not a lawyer, but I did sleep in a Motel 6 once.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Though this has nothing to do with the Durham investigation, it’s sure good to be Deep State Democrat!!


  2. At this point, ANY confidence I had in the Great Will Barr is gone. A spineless Sessions, with more of a cunning way of covering for the criminals.

    The entire justice system in this country has become a complete disgrace.

    Let’s not use the expression “banana republic” any longer, many “banana republic” have more of a rule of law than United States.

    For shame.

    Liked by 24 people

    • freespeechfanatic says:

      I agree, and my sense is that Barr has no clue or interest how Americans feel about this. If he did, he would have been totally sympathetic to President Trump’s tweets. Barr is evidently a Bush-era DC denizen with a slightly more honed sense of propriety than most.

      Liked by 8 people

    • listingstarboard says:

      This is absolutely disheartening –is there any possibility McCabe handed over some evidence in exchange for exoneration? Looking for anything that can make we not feel like throwing up over the injustice of this.

      Liked by 2 people

      • It’s really time to see it as it is. The whole Barr / Durham / etc. rumor mill was just to keep the hoi polloi under control.

        Enough of the fantasy world.

        “No one in this world, so far as I know — and I have searched the records for years, and employed agents to help me — has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people. Nor has anyone ever lost public office thereby.”

        H. L. Mencken

        Liked by 5 people

      • willyeye says:

        They just cleared McCabe; why would he do anything for Barr? Look at Flynn. They offered him a lesser sentence if he “cooperated”. Flynn changed his mind, and so did the prosecutors. The McCabe prosecutors have nothing to force McCabe to cooperate with anything.


      • Boots says:

        is there any possibility McCabe handed over some evidence in exchange for exoneration?

        And why on earth would you even remotely think that????????

        Isn’t the past 4 years enough to show you that????????

        Liked by 2 people

      • ann says:

        The luster of the DoJ/Bureau shall not be dulled!

        In my opinion, : McCabe possesses dirt on virtually svery individual in DoJ & Bureau, as do his colleagues. To indict triggers counterattacks. Same old dynamic common tn public sector corrruption.

        Besides, The DOJ’s opacity and performance failure began long ago, and is now unabashed, the new normal.

        After all, what kind of Bureau or Justice Dept “ not only fails to detect, but refuses to publicly admit or disqualify individuals who breach national security?

        I cannot think of another western country whose LE & Nat Sec actually sponsors a person known to have so gravely compromised SA data & field operations.

        To punish or gag one hi status insider jeopardizes all.

        In my lifetime, essentially Clinton , Bush 2.0 & Obama era, we’ve had virtually no delivery of justice , let alone punishment or effective ostracism, of multiple offenders.

        If in the last three administrations had NORMAL, viable Fed Level Justice & competent Counterintelligence, Americans would never have been burdened with criminal organizations masquerading as our two major parties. that Dem & GOPe

        For me, the evidence has clear long ago that post Cold War “Ruling elites” covet personal & collective power and will not tolerate diminishing the power & authority of thieir massive permanent institutional state. The stakes are too high.

        Prosecution of insiders challenges their identity as legitimate leaders.

        The careerist establishment became too brittle & enmeshed to respond & adapt.
        Citizens, outsiders, impartial objective thinking, change are threats to this ossified realm owned by the privledged & immune. . .

        Refusing to prosecute McCabe is classic Resist: repudiation of equal standing,

        As TH has covered, McCabe & company’s caper implicates both former & current members of our Senate Intell Committe,
        ditto Speakers the unholy committe of eight, etc.

        This defensive reaction is predictable.
        Integration of departments t was Intrinsic to the patriot Act; which eroded dept boundaries of operational authority & accountability.

        Add to that a Ubercaste o& SIS/SES was formed, who hold cleareance to migrate across divisions & departments, from military to civilian . A intersectioning community that holds command posts & leader positions, often in ‘“interagency task forces” , which have unclear “purviews” as Mueller might put it. Lieu, or Rosenstein & his spouse are handy examples.

        Our government, esp the DoJ/CIA/State/ 17 agencies sphere , isn’t controlled or obiedient . The neat divisions & mission charters that define limitations of operational authority don’t correspond to in viva functional reality

        If McCabe, the FISC app signers are unindicted, to me that indicates spheres of authority are so blurred, & ill conceived that determining command responsibilities,, oversight and accountability is impossible. That’s very poor administrative performance.

        structural reforms, firewalls, decentralisation and the breaking up of DoJ’s monopoly into smaller discrete organisations is urgently needed.

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        • James Carpenter says:

          Ask quis custodiet ipsos custodes, and in English, the answer is now plain before us.
          That which is needed and that which is possible under present facts seems a gulf. An abyss with no visible path towards change. Votes? Like Trump’s, our traction is become a mirage.
          If our lives are not to be witness to a twilight and end of freedom, the future must, of historic habit, see another revolution. A civil war with all of its attendant horrors.
          The Great American Experiment faces upheaval or ignominious decay into another dark age. As always, it’s good to hope for the best. While preparing for the worst.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Koot Katmando says:

      I lost faith in Barr long ago. He let Rosy waltz out the door when it plain Rosy was part of the Mueller scheme for an obstruction of justice removal of PDT with no underlining crime. Barr did not shut down the Schiff Show with Rodger Stone or Gen Flynn. He should have. McCabe not being charged is a big FU from Barr to PDT and the deplorable.

      Liked by 5 people

  3. bullnuke says:

    Total bullshit. Of course it was expected, routine procedure. Yep, PDJT will get in trouble for tweeting about it. if there is one thing that pisses most people off is the joke the rule of law has become.

    Liked by 7 people

  4. As a man thinkth says:

    Fix bayonets….

    Liked by 8 people

  5. Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

    No justice no justice

    Liked by 2 people

  6. scrap1ron says:

    Having a hard time doing your job, Billy Barr? Well, there’s your problem.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Rob Allison says:

    Is anyone really surprised by this?

    Liked by 3 people

  8. bullnuke says:

    Maybe the cabbage patch kid will ask Barr about it unless that will be background noise that interferes with him doing his job.


  9. Justin Burch says:

    Two Justice Systems, one for Democrats, one for Republicans. What else is new?


  10. Lefty says:

    Am I the only one that smells something burning?!?

    Liked by 1 person

  11. lawton says:


  12. Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

    Time for President Trump to directly appoint a Special Prosecutor!

    Liked by 2 people

  13. michael says:

    Anyone still believe justice is blind your a idiot.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. bullnuke says:

    Let me guess…Strozk and Page are next to be declined from prosecuting.

    Liked by 4 people

  15. Kaco says:

    Barr can take this speech, crumble it up, and shove it up his ass.

    Liked by 18 people

  16. Hans says:

    Wait wasn’t this what Roger Stone just got 7 to 9 for.. WTH

    Liked by 3 people

    • More Covfefe Please says:


      He got 9 years for a lot less than that. What he did was twisted and made to be criminal. Plus a pre-dawn raid.

      No justice in the DOJ!

      Liked by 7 people

      • Yes.

        PLUS done from a position of immense power and authority, engaging the responsibility of the United States government in his criminal conspiracy.

        By comparison, Roger Stone, a slightly verbose man, but a good man at heart and a patriot, is guilty of jaywalking!

        The injustice is beyond appalling, beyond staggering, it cries out to Heavens.

        Liked by 4 people

  17. bullnuke says:

    Totally sucks bit this is President Trump’s DOJ that is doing this crap.

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Nigella says:

    This is for the current”report” from the IG… Does it mean Durham can’t charge him because I don’t believe so… I know… I’m overly optimistic

    Liked by 1 person

    • Wethal says:

      I read it as only saying he won’t be prosecuted for lying to investigators about leaking classified material. It doesn’t appear to cover anything in Durham’s investigation such as lying on a FISA application.

      Liked by 2 people

      • DeWalt says:

        Show me a Prosecutor that tells you what you won’t be charged with before he charges you.If you have evidence of crimes other that those you are investigating you keep that in your pocket.
        Just like the expose Rudy is doing shows Bidens will not be charged. You don’t lay out your case and witnesses before you indict. It shows that Barr has no intention of prosecuting. He would have taken Rudy’s evidence and checked it for accuracy then included it in the evidence for prosecution. Not allow Rudy to showcase it.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      This has nothing to do with Durham. I imagine, though, that the fish Durham would like to fry are MUCH bigger and Andy McCabe.


  19. Wethal says:

    Something odd is going on with Mueller and Liu’s prosecutions:

    NY Times today:

    “WASHINGTON — Attorney General William P. Barr has assigned an outside prosecutor to scrutinize the criminal case against President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael T. Flynn, according to people familiar with the matter.

    The review is highly unusual and could trigger more accusations of political interference by top Justice Department officials into the work of career prosecutors.

    Mr. Barr has also installed a handful of outside prosecutors to broadly review the handling of other politically sensitive national-security cases in the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, the people said. The team includes at least one prosecutor from the office of the United States attorney in St. Louis, Jeff Jensen, who is handling the Flynn matter, as well as prosecutors from the office of the deputy attorney general, Jeffrey A. Rosen.

    Over the past two weeks, the outside prosecutors have begun grilling line prosecutors in the Washington office about various cases — some public, some not — including investigative steps, prosecutorial actions and why they took them, according to the people. They spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the sensitive internal deliberations.”

    NY Times spins it as “top DOJ officials” (read: political appointees) interfering with “career prosecutors’ decisions.

    Not sure how the McCabe decision today figures in as Jessie Liu did recommend prosecution. Or why Flynn’s case is being re-examined, but not Stone’s (as far aw we know).

    But given that a federal prosecutor in PIttsburgh is supposedly looking through the Ukraine material, including Rudy’s, one suspects Barr doesn’t trust many people at the DOJ (and with good reason).

    Liked by 6 people

  20. jumpinjarhead says:

    I despair. First Comey and now McCabe. Is Durham a forlorn hope as well?

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Blue Moon says:

    Barr assigned outside prosecutor for Michael Flynn (per Fox)


  22. dissonant1 says:

    From Gateway Pundit:
    Fox News previously reported:

    “U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu has recommended moving forward with charges against Andrew McCabe, Fox News has learned, as the Justice Department rejects a last-ditch appeal from the former top FBI official.

    McCabe — the former deputy and acting director of the FBI — appealed the decision of the U.S. attorney for Washington all the way up to Jeffrey Rosen, the deputy attorney general, but he rejected that request, according to a person familiar with the situation.

    A source close to McCabe’s legal team said they received an email from the Department of Justice which said, “The Department rejected your appeal of the United States Attorney’s Office’s decision in this matter. Any further inquiries should be directed to the United States Attorney’s Office.”

    So what happened at the DOJ between September and today that caused a huge reversal on McCabe’s imminent indictment?
    THAT is what everyone needs to know, now. Who at DOJ is responsible for this, why did they do it, and how can they get away with it? Will we ever know. AG Barr, we are waiting for answers!

    Liked by 11 people

    • dissonant- excellent comment. Thanks.

      Liked by 1 person

    • dissonant1 says:

      Was this insubordination? A partisan internal attempt to discredit Barr and drive a wedge between him and PDJT? Or ultimately between PDJT and his supporters? With Durham coming down the pike and the fear attendant to that among the deep state, lots of deep people (including inside DOJ) would like to do that… just something to consider.


      • mushr45m says:

        How ’bout Barr picks Lui for Treasury position, so she can dig up financial dirt on our President. Impeachment 2.0. PDJT watches Lou Dobbs, says WTF, and cans her.

        Barr not happy = McCabe walks early. “See, Lui wanted to prosecute McCabe. I’m the Captain now!”, shrugs Barr.


    • Erik Heter says:

      Ultimately, BILL BARR is responsible for this, no matter who underneath him might have made the decision. The buck stops with him. And he’s failed. He’s clearly indicated that the two-tiered justice system will be allowed to continue unabated and those that targeted the president and lied about it will pay no price.

      Any faith I had in Bill Barr was irretrievably destroyed today. If a few tweets from the president are enough to make his job impossible, he should tender his resignation now and we should get someone tough enough to “withstand” the tweets.

      American Justice, RIP.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      Oh, boy. There could be several levels of misinformation here.

      Liked by 1 person

      • ann says:


        I’m not an attorney or LE. I am thoroughly confused by our apparently inoperative ability to deliver justice and restore respect for lawful ethical conduct within OUR OWN federal Justice Dept.

        I don’t see the logic in revering law if it doesn’t apply to everyone. It seems to me those with the MOST POWER who ABUSE Their authority are the MOST DESTRUCTIVE. &

        And this procedure of prosecuting in place where crime is committed is BS. These crimes are against the entire country, Sponsoring Clinton’s Lies deceived & released a viral toxin into our body politic

        the Goal of First we Fu.. Flynn, then we FU.. Trump is to conspire to cheat every citizen of the right to determine our government.
        . rules are not more important than the mission, Insisting on upholding inappropriate unfair Rules are being used as an excuse to not perform the most critical functions of governments. Why even fund a state if it no longer performs its basic duties? ?


    • Boots says:

      AG Barr, we are waiting for answers!
      And world peace. And a cure for cancer. And, and, and…..


  23. kittytrump84 says:

    I’m feeling about as gullible as a leftist right now.

    Liked by 9 people

  24. Maga Truth Seeker says:

    Why bust someone for lying when the hammer for treason will come forth?
    At least that’s what we’re holding onto.
    Kinda frustrating, but I still think justice will be served.
    Pay attention to Trump’s tweet and what he says and doesn’t say. That’s very important.


  25. Scrapiron says:

    I never trusted Barr and I don’t trust Bullshit Durham. We have a 2 tier system. 1 for D’s and their cronies and the other for the rest of us, especially R’s.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. islandpalmtrees says:

    Fire Barr!!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  27. bullnuke says:

    It continues to be a waiting game for justice to be served on those responsible for the coup. Time is running out. Hope doesn’t solve a single thing. Action does and that ain’t happening.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. More Covfefe Please says:

    There is no justice.

    The DOJ and FBI is totally corrupt and Barr cannot clean it up.

    If you murder someone and there is video tap of it and other evidence, you will go free unless there is a prosecutor somewhere who is willing to prosecute. There is total corruption at DOJ because no one will prosecute.

    Rod Rosenstein is corrupt because he started the special counsel probe and knew what they were trying to do and yet went along. Sessions picked him!!! Trump picked Sessions.

    They are all corrupt.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. SR says:

    This is an DOJ/FBI response of PTrump’s tweets. Barr is here to bring FBI/DOJ back to order but not charging one. It’s part of an insurance policy that PTrump will be free from Mueller in return of no deep state indictments. There is no way senate would approve any AG which is danger to deep state. The danger to deep state means danger to whole DC system. I am hoping something only after election and Barr/Wray would get fired. This is a stupid argument that DOJ would look like independent from president and he as no control over them. Durham will be another IG with recommendations/training to CIA.

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  30. David says:

    I think the McCabe announcement (the announcement, not the actual decision which was made months ago) was times by Barr to give him a little breathing room.

    Everyone is going crazy about Barr steeping in to oversee the Stone and Flynn cases, but the narrative that he is just Trump’s lackey takes a bit with the McCabe case.

    So, now he has 45 days prior to his 3/31 hearing with a little more breathing room. Recall that the case against McCabe wasn’t the strongest case. Dropping it seems reasonable. Announcing it today seems structured by design.

    Liked by 2 people

    • You *may* have a point . . . but what happened to THE RULE OF LAW?

      Are we supposed to accept that a dirty criminal like this Himmler character who belongs in front of a military execution squad skates free so a cowardly, likely very corrupt A. G. gets a bit of “breathing room”? Is the law bendable according to the “narrative” du jour?

      Liked by 5 people

      • Erik Heter says:

        Exactly. Even if the decision is to create daylight between him and Trump and to counter the liberal/media narrative, why is he reacting to a narrative? Shouldn’t the rule of law be the priority here?

        Liked by 1 person

    • As a man thinkth says:

      The case against McCabe was solid…along with ” first we f@@k Flynn, then we f@@k Trump”…Rosey wearing wire….etc, etc….get the guy under oath and drill down, he will break into million pieces…The deep state knows he will break…we all do.

      Liked by 5 people

    • mushr45m says:

      Exactly AAMT.
      McCabe case is week, but Gen Flynn’s is rock solid? Give me a break. One goes,they all go. that’s their fear.

      AND our great President is not only “exonerated/aquitted”.
      He’s 100% MF RIGHT!

      DC can’t let this happen.
      They run the country. We rubes are too stupid to choose.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tl Howard says:

      “Announcing it today seems structured by design.”

      I think it seems too obvious to have any effect.


  31. Flight93Gal says:

    Yes. the Criminals keep WINNING!

    Liked by 4 people

  32. CNN_sucks says:

    Very dissappointing. McCabe is a criminal. He can now free to spew venom and lies on CNN. Barr is also a dissappointment. Durham investigation will be a whitewash.

    Liked by 6 people

    • mushr45m says:

      Another MSM talking point.
      All the “good” guys did nothing. Just vendetta driven by Orange Man Bad.
      But, Roger Stone, Gen Flynn, Manafort, Cohen, Parnas, “All the President’s Men”

      This is beyond sick.

      Liked by 3 people

  33. Linus in W.PA. says:

    I can only hope that McCabe is not out of the woods yet.

    Democrats don’t get punished for lying. This we always knew.

    Liked by 2 people

  34. chojun says:

    I think it’s crazy that McCabe has gotten off on this matter but everyone should remember that this is a narrow matter specifically related to lack of candor in the OIG investigation into NYT leaks.

    There are several other matters in which McCabe was involved, in which he bears legal exposure (SpyGate, anyone?).

    People should come away from the ledge and continue waiting for a bit longer. We’ll know very soon whether Barr and Durham is going to come through for justice.

    One thing I’ll add is that the small group are represented, counseled by some of the most talented, Machiavellian, and connected lawyers in all of the United States – Lawfare et. al – (both before and after their time they were on post at the FBI/DOJ). It’s quite possible in my mind that all (or most) of these people covered themselves legally as they took their seditious and unconstitutional actions. And if they get off because of the legal loopholes they so carefully climbed through, then it’s up to us to replace Congress with those who would strengthen the laws.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Linus in W.PA. says:

      I share your thoughts, chojun.

      I’ve also always said that these treasonous bastagees knew what they were doing was illegal, and thus pre-set their defenses positions. Most of them anyways.

      Is the stupid ones who will sink the ship (like Strzok).


    • BrewingFrog says:

      Sorry, but I’m not buying that. McCabe was nailed dead-to-rights on multiple perjury charges, and with further sweating and interrogation would probably have been found to have lied about a helluva lot more. The other referred matters are simply more helpings from a different part of the buffet, and a certainty of conviction on the perjury charges makes it likely that he would be willing to deal on a host of other things.

      But, that’s all gone now. Barr has let fly his true colors, and they ain’t ours. He is playing for the enemy. Trump should publicly call for his resignation by close of business today. Let his last tweet pertaining to Fat Ass Liar Barr count.

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  35. Heard about this earlier when Mark Steyn, who was filling in for Rush, went batsh** crazy on this topic as well reaming AG Barr for his disgraceful comments yesterday.

    Like Mark said about Barr, who claimed that our President Trump was supposedly making his job so difficult: Mr. Barr, just what exactly IS your job?? Because it seems like it’s nothing more than to allow the thuggish criminals like McCabe to get rewarded forever for their vile behavior.

    What exactly does it take for AG Barr to do his freakin’ job? McCabe, Comey, Strzock, Brennan, Boente, all the rest of the criminals whose indictments have been written with great specificity by Sundance, are guilty of fomenting a CIVIL WAR and a COUP.

    They have demonstrably plotted to take down the duly elected PRESIDENT of our great Republic, and they CONTINUE to do so. And the Attorney General claims that it’s because of President Trump’s tweets that he can’t do the job he swore a sacred oath to do??

    Look folks, time is running out on all sides. The election is just months away. How much more evidence do the Good Guys need to start removing the Treasonous Traitors that have infested the Justice Dept. and ALL of the employees therein?

    As far as I’m concerned, the exoneration of McCabe is just Barr & Co. giving our President Trump and the Deplorables the FINGER.

    Liked by 12 people

  36. Ann says:

    So this is only in response to ICIG report….does that mean charges could still come from Durham investigation?


  37. Genie says:

    PDJT should tweet: “It’s an absolute disgrace that the Deep State continues after almost 4 years years to me and put my family through this harassing experience without the DOJ drawing the obvious conclusion.”

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Carly says:

    We now have a good bead on Barr and his sense of justice. May Trump and good Republicans take every office and send Barr and the bad element packing.
    Remember, the progressives have DC courts and juries in their pockets – we will never get justice from the current DOJ leadership.
    My only comfort is: God sees all.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Truth seeker says:

    I’m not going to lose my mind about this yet, as I don’t believe McCabe is out of the woods. I don’t believe that referral from the IG for lying was the only referral the DOJ has received about McCable. It is my opinion (hope) that Nunes also sent a referral to the DOJ about McCabe and it’s for something that’s likely to land him a lot more time in jail than just lying to investigators.

    I don’t think this is over quite yet.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Marygrace Powers says:

      EXACTLY. McCabe was an architect
      of the TREASONOUS coup and he

      Liked by 1 person

    • More Covfefe Please says:

      It’s over.
      I knew this when corrupt Comey let Hillary off in July of 2016.
      There is no justice when prosecutors will not prosecute. I would go to jail for years if I had done what McCabe did.

      Liked by 6 people

    • mushr45m says:

      You can prosecute someone for multiple crimes.
      This is not double jeopardy.
      If you rob a bank and are charged, out on bail and murder someone, can you not be charged and convicted for BOTH?

      Call it what it is.
      Deep State winning.

      Liked by 2 people

  40. magatrump says:

    The only justice the Swamp will get is in hell after they are dead. God bless the USA.


  41. stan m says:

    limited to this matter? seems this lying was small potatoes compared to his participation in the coup – could it be that’s where McCabe gets nailed by Durham?

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Bull Durham says:

    As corrupt as Ukraine. No citizen can have any regard for this thoroughly corrupt government.
    The outrage should include a burning down of the building in which this decision was cooked up.
    Perjury and lying, mendacity and deception are normalized for the Deep State, Shadow Government and criminals called the US Government.


  43. Sam Gompers says:

    If they get away with this coup attempt, they will know they can get away with it next time.

    We won’t have another Republican President after Trump.

    Liked by 4 people

  44. Streak 264 says:

    This is 3D chess but we are the pawns!


  45. islandpalmtrees says:

    Well, now we know why Barr did not prosecute the Coup members or declassify and release the documents. Barr is one of them.

    Liked by 6 people

  46. Sharon D Blank says:

    I’m losing faith day by day in Wm Barr. So let me get this right, Stone will go to jail for 5-7 years for lying to Congress (although Pelosi, Schiff and Nadler do it daily) and McCabe gets nothing? Unbelievable. I just dont understand what the heck the DOJ is up to. Makes me sick.

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  47. Personally, I think that this is “very low-hanging fruit” among the very many things that McCabe could be found guilty of. I’m not persuaded that this is what we should launch a Federal trial about. A person really can’t be on-trial more than once at a time, and there are far worse allegations than this concerning this man. “Hold your fire.”

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    • Shyster says:

      Please! He admitted he lied under oath and even apologized for it. You have this bass ackward! They’re suppose to get him on the low hanging fruit, flip him, then work their way up. And anyone who trusts the plan, is trusting nonsense!

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  48. Ray says:

    These were publically documented lies a slam dunk case for lying to the FBI.

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  49. Shyster says:

    Ok, I’m convinced Barr must go. I don’t care about the Durham investigation, because as long as Barr is in place it doesn’t matter, no one will be prosecuted and it is just another head fake and doesn’t matter.

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  50. woohoowee says:

    Aristocracy – rule by elite or privileged upper class.

    The American Aristocracy doesn’t answer to anyone and is not subject to U.S. law. A form of anarchy in which the American Aristocrats revel.

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    • Beigun says:

      They are not Aristocrats, but Kleptocrats who are above the law:

      “Kleptocracy is a government with corrupt leaders (kleptocrats) that use their power to exploit the people and natural resources of their own territory in order to extend their personal wealth and political powers. Typically, this system involves embezzlement of funds at the expense of the wider population.”

      The Swamp is a Kleptocracy. Just look at Biden’s family cashing in or the Clinton Foundation “pay for play,” the College admission scandal, Harvard professor selling his soul to China, and Epstein’s sweetheart court deal in Florida. Yes, power corrupts, but what we are seeing now in our wealthy country is the entrenchment of a Kleptocracy that will surely overturn the Republic.

      Unfortunately, Kleptocracy in America is a bipartisan phenomenon.

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