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. They play their game well. I don’t doubt for a minute that this announcement on Friday PM on the heels of “7-9 and Resign” was planned. This no-prosecute decision was made long ago but dropped right in the midst of the clamor about “presidential abuse of power” bla bla bla. Very clever. I hope Our President has his own game to play because the other side is playing 3d chess. They are quite formidable. I sincerely hope that PT is accepting tactical losses pursuit of strategic victory.

    Do Barr’s statement about Tweeting and Turtle’s agreement seem more prescient now?

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  2. Troublemaker10 says:

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  3. RAC says:

    Hard to retain some optimism, only yesterday I still thought he’d come up good, now not so much.
    deep state be saying
    You threaten us fellow do your worst
    Blow your pipes until you burst.

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  4. theoldgoat says:

    I’m sure this was Barr making sure President Trump understood him and his comments about tweeting.
    We can all hear you now Barr.

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  5. I am so upset I cannot see straight.
    Barr= Sessions 2.0

    Sessions delegates his job to Huber and Barr delegates his job to Durham, some guy in PA, and some guy in St Louis.

    Sessions wasn’t that bad because he was really tough on immigration = this wk. Barr is going after those rascally sanctuary cities. What a coincidence.

    Rather than using Special Prosecutors, I guess these investigations are all going to become double secret investigations until the public forgets about them and then they (i.e. Huber) poke their head up a few years later to say they did not do anything.

    Barr cannot do his job because of the President tweeting? Are you kidding me? Sir, where is the evidence that you are doing your job? Please don’t tell me that delegating your job to others qualifies. Sessions could have made the same argument.

    My family is one of the families paying taxes at a pretty extreme rate and somehow we are last class citizens. What an absolute disgrace!

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    • Rj says:

      Especially when the DOJ has 115.000 employees, this equates to 2300 per state in this country. And Bagpipes Bill can’t do his job ?

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    • Redzone says:

      The crooked DOJ lost its right to make unilateral decisions not to prosecute clearly guilty people without showing all evidence because of their own corruption.

      DOJ must show evidence of how it reached that conclusion and to eliminate the appearance of its own guilt.

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    • James C Oxley says:

      Completely agree, a complete disgrace. Mark Steyn talked about the disgrace of DC, the Swamp on Rush Limbaugh today. I sure hope PDJT has some way to take this on but if he doesn’t, the Dems will be in control within a couple of terms and everything will be back the same as it was before Mr. Trump. Barr is a joke, DOJ, FBI, State, they are all out of control and this is not “winning.” Makes me sick to see O, Hillary, Comey, McCabe and all the others getting by with this, and them “winning.” PDJT has done a lot, to think it is not enough is really sickening. So many hidden Swamp creatures in his Administration, all covering for each other. Swamp is loaded with Treasonous crooks.

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      • Redzone says:

        The people at PT’s next rally should yell “Drain the Swamp” for at least 15 minutes straight before letting him start his speech.

        This will help all involved ensure that we’re done with the BS.

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        • spoogels says:

          @GregRubini
          ·
          about the McCabe case:
          just came out that the matter concerns ONLY the “leaking to the press” issue.

          John Durham is dealing with more serious stuff: SpyGate.
          McCabe is still in deep doo-doo for that.

          nothing to worry.

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  6. Rj says:

    Two tiered ? No it’s multiple tiered
    1-Clinton and Cabal (rarely charged even killers)
    2-Certain politicians
    3-Conservative Politicians
    4-Judges
    5-Hollywood
    6-Sports figures
    7-local and state politicians
    8-Us peons
    Bigger charges or not a crime is a crime and provable against AM is. How many charges against RS were dropped ? None. General Flynn ? None. Paul Manifort ? None. National security put at risk by Clinton and Comey and Clapper and Brennan the communist All not pursued. “What does it matter at this point” ?

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    • JohnCasper says:

      It is America’s version of North Korea’s Sonbun. The following needs updating, but still fits pretty well.

      Dear Leader Emperor Barack Hussein Louie Benito Hugo Issuzu Obama’s songbun system:

      The population of Dear Leader Barack Obama’s developing Democratik People’s Republik of Amerika can be roughly divided into three tiers, and ones place in these tiers is called Obama songbun (based on North Korea’s songbun system). An individual’s Obama songbun is based on ones position at the time of Obama’s ascendancy from questionable circumstances of birth to presidential occupation. Kenyan Obama himself, his Klingon wife and ruling party members, largely comprised of the capos of Rahm, Axelrod, Reid, Pelosi and the Kennedy family and their sub-capos, are the main elite.

      People who helped to bankrupt the nation while lining their own pockets are at the next level in the songbun hierarchy and often have high committee positions in congress or are appointed to cabinet and czar positions and other high offices. The lowest Obama songbun group is comprised of an as yet to be determined number of distinct classes, each with lower Obama songbun then the next.

      Tea Party members, conservative blog writers, conservative talk show hosts, Christians, and people who still believe in Ayn Rand’s philosophy of individual rights and free enterprise or in the soon to be completely outdated U.S. Constitution and it’s guarantee of the right of free speech and assembly have the lowest Obama songbun, and consequentially will occupy a role analogous to India’s untouchables

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      • vladdy says:

        “Untouchables” is good. What I’ve been thinking as I’ve watched the growing willingness to be totally outfront about everything from lying on corporate “news” shows to punching out even teen-agers if they dare stand near a Trump sign to shrugging off attempts to overthrow the president and nullify our votes to letting Bloomberg buy his way into the race now that the field is nicely winnowed down…

        …is that they see us as (and we are smoothly assuming the role of) their dhimmis. Have to laugh when I see comments calling THEM the “dhimmicrats.” Oh, no, folks, it’s US — we’re the dhimmis, not them. Watch for them to (along with more blatant vote harvesting) start proposing proportional voting, where your vote counts a certain percentage according to your identity group.

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    • paulyho39 says:

      But we all know he won’t!!!

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    • You forgot illegal aliens who are under-charged or not charged at all so they can remain in the US illegally.

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  7. BuckNutGuy says:

    Those old enough to remember the PSA about littering with the American Indian sitting beside the road in tears.

    Today I feel like that Indian. Where do i go to get back the country I love from those who would throw their trash everywhere?

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  8. Brant says:

    Extremely frustrating, but where would the trial take place? Inner sanctum of DC or east backwoods Wyoming where the town has one blinking traffic light. I really don’t know if there is a remedy to the jury pool of DC.

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  9. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Surely DOJ can find a judge that will approve a change of venue.

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    • Sammy Hains says:

      This is probably exactly what happened.
      No one in or around DC isn’t completely political and connected to the Deep State through employment or familial ties. The one thing they have in common is a belief that Democrats and the Institutions of government are above the law.

      Getting a grand jury in DC to indict their Deep State bretheren is literally asking swamp creatures to turn on the swamp that feeds them.

      Republicans and DOJ white hats, to the extent there are any, should take a page from the Democrats and start leaking all of the evidence against McCabe and his Deep State cohorts.

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      • Redzone says:

        If, like Comey, he “had” to lie because the crime involved the President, and he was just following orders from the higher-ups….is it a crime?

        If they can’t prosecute this, how are any of the crimes prosecutable?

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    • Baby Hurley says:

      Will is pissed…don’t blame him one bit.
      https://www.bitchute.com/video/9PoMsms–p8/

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    • Roadagent says:

      I’m sorry, but I don’t buy it. Famous old saw: a district attorney could get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich. Is there a prosecuting or defense attorney present who can weigh in to tell us how often they have seen what appears to be an open and shut case not moved to indictment by a grand jury?

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    • TRProst says:

      Hah! What makes them think this was ever presented to a grand jury? Oh, but don’t give up hope! He still has that Durham FISA investigation to worry about! Yeah, and a pig just flew by my window.

      I take back my nice comments about AG Barr the other day. He has just proven himself to be complicit and unwilling to do what it takes to restore any confidence in the DOJ. It is truly the Department of Just Us.

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  10. ATheoK says:

    So much for the notion that A. G. Barr is in charge at the DOJ.

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  11. dlcon says:

    Doesn’t it just make one wonder what blackmail material the FBI is holding against all the attorneys and judges involved in the IC investigations of wrongdoing? After all, they are the FBI and have access to any and all intel if they really wanted it.

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    • paper doll says:

      I’m sure there is plenty of stuff to blackmail them with, but really in most cases just the threat of not being invited to the right parties will do

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  12. CaliVet says:

    It’s only the criminal charges, he’s still under investigation for TREASON!

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  13. Zippy says:

    Note the timing of this right after Barr griped about Trump’s tweets giving him few options, thereby laying down in advance the (non) excuse for this.

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    • All Hype says:

      You are so right. This is Barr trying to make a lame excuse for the fact that he is lazy and has absolutely no control over his senior staff!

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  14. Putting On Its Shoes says:

    McCabe lies and Flynn fries. Nice war you’re starting there.

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  15. Putting On Its Shoes says:

    McCabe lies and Flynn fries. Nice war you’re starting there.

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  16. gadeplorable says:

    I’ve been optimistic that justice will be served upon those who deserve to pay for their crimes. However, I’m coming around to the mindset that I’ll be elated when Trump wins re-election and the GOP takes back the House and adds a couple of Senate seats. Any justice will be a plus, but I’m no longer as optimistic as I have been.

    Just where my mind is today.

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  17. namberak says:

    PDJT should can Barr and let the cards fall where they may. It’s clear Barr isn’t going to do anything remotely resembling mucking out the barn.

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  18. Carrie says:

    These hearings in the Senate are completely pointless without people like Jordan, Nunes, and Stefanik making the questions… Give it up Lyndsey- we see right through you!

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  19. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • hillariousclinton says:

      This is a really scary thought… it might not matter one bit what Durham finds if the Grand Jury is only going to be made up of fellow travelers in DC and they never indict anyone …the rule of law is screwed. The Presidents greatest lasting legacy would be to move the DOJ out of DC.

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    • treehouseron says:

      Usually I agree with Cari but I want the assholes in the DOJ as far away from me as possible. I like the idea of them hiding behind their desks in Washington. If they were here think of the terror they’d be raining down on anybody that looks at them funny. Best we can do is keep our head down and hide from our government for the rest of our lives, that would be harder if they were near us.

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  20. CaliVet says:

    DOJ Attorney John Durham Is Going to Bring Bigger Slam Dunk Charges.

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    • No nothing will come of Durham either! Barr is as useless as sessions!

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    • OpenMind says:

      Brennan was able to testify about not seeing the “Steele dossier” (he pronounced it “Dose -e-a” when he testifed) until December of 2016 because he had access to a direct channel to his CIA understudy, Darling Nellie. So, he testified about having had access to information through alternate channels by summer of ’16… Of course he did. Nellie turned it up and then, likely with Brennan’s prodding, Nellie got Fusion to bring in Steele to “legitimize” Nellie’s research. Brennan didn’t need the Steele dossier; he already had all the source information.

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      • OpenMind says:

        Clarifying the “source” information was full of mistakes, rumors, and mis-attribution. Just making sure to clarify that what Steele was hired to legitimize was not at all factual.

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    • treehouseron says:

      Too late, the government has SQUANDERED it’s trust, and I don’t need Bongino or anybody else blowing smoke up my ass, telling me that I’ve only waited three and a half years, that’s not long enough. Nonsense. Nothing will come of these traitorous acts, and the sooner we realize it the sooner we can get it on.

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      • vladdy says:

        Yes, Treehouseron. It seems that all the talking heads (on OUR side) are turning into Q—they all keep saying, everytime we get screwed — Oh, wait — just wait for the NEXT one (hearing, investigation, report, sealed indictments, whatever) — THAT one is where the whole thing will be exposed! And it never is.

        But WAIT — wait till the NEXT one— and on and on it goes. Well, the game is getting old, and none of us are believing it anymore. Especially when the supposed “good guys” join in (as they too often do) in bashing our choice for president, along with the other side doing it continuously. .

        Um…so how many years does it take to “dot the i’s and cross the t’s” as all the people urging “just wait” and “just trust” keep saying? (I think the official name for that is “stonewalling.”)

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  21. rayvandune says:

    I thought Wolfe got charges reduced from 4 (?) counts of mishandling classified info, down to one count of fibbing to the FIBers, netting him a couple of months at Club Fed. The fact that he used it for personal benefit, and that he was a security official, should have been aggravating factors. So this was a grave travesty of justice, courtesy of Jessie Liu, in order to protect Senators on the Intel Committee (SSCI).

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  22. Carrie says:

    Isn’t that a funny coincidence? People are looking up Barr’s connections to Ruby Ridge en masse.

    Liked by 4 people

    • mushr45m says:

      Good, he was the freaking AG

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    • treehouseron says:

      Yeah, I was just thinking about Ruby Ridge on the way to work this morning, this is the same type of cowardly, anti American behavior, and I was reminiscing on how it was just as bad back then… I had no clue Barr was in charge then. Make sense.

      Our government is less Pro-America than MEXICO is Pro-America at this point. If Trump leaves office, it’s all over boys and girls.

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  23. JRD says:

    BUCK FARR

    The Department of Injustice is incapable of policing itself.

    Fed up with the BS.

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  24. The sun has almost set on us ever seeing justice for the crimes committed by the left (though Avenatti was a nice victory today – that’s what happens when you take on Nike instead of conservatives).

    It may not help, but I just sent off my 2nd email in two days to the Attorney General. Even if nothing happens, he needs to feel the heat (or cold anger) of the patriots of this country.

    Dear Attorney General Barr,

    By refusing to prosecute Andrew McCabe for the numerous lies and leaks outlined in the 2018 IG report, the DOJ has officially lost the faith of 50% of the American people. The other 50% you had lost a long time ago.

    There cannot be a two tier justice system in this country, where those of the proper political persuasion or with friends in the Department get preferential treatment, while others are investigated and prosecuted with the full force of the justice system in courts where 95% of the jury pool comes from the extreme left.

    We cannot have a system where friends of President Trump are investigated without cause for years so that they can be caught in perjury traps, and have pre-dawn raids with AR15s pointed at them and their spouses, to be later tried in Kangaroo courts, while those within the DOJ and FBI and CIA are free to lie with impunity to Congress, investigators, and to the American people with no repercussions.

    February 14th 2020 officially marks the day that Lady Justice was killed by her own sword.

    Sincerely,
    _______________

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    • Paprika says:

      St Valentine’s massacre of Justice, maybe?

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    • Rock Knutne says:

      thegrandprognosticator ~

      crrrrshrrrkkkkcrrshrnkkkk crrrrshrrrkkkkcrrshrnkkkk crrrrshrrrkkkkcrrshrnkkkk

      That’s the sound of bill barr’s secretary’s shredder when she got your letter.

      My only hope is that President Trump realizes he and his family are dead meat 5 years from now when his 2nd term comes to an end.

      He’s kidding himself if he thinks there’s anyone out there that’s gonna take up his mantle. If – heaven help us all – another democrat wins, they’re coming after him to put him in jail and have him carted off on Prime Time television. It’s gonna make the Stone arrest look like the Pee Wee Herman show.

      Make book on it.

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    • vla says:

      Excellent!

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  25. willthesuevi says:

    While there are a few pro second amendment Sheriffs Departments left, I for the most part have lost all respect for the Law and Law Enforcement Agencies.

    From the beat cop to the Supreme Court, they all, each and every one, need to take a long look in the mirror. You are not a cut above anymore. Wear the disgrace proudly, you earned it.

    Hannity is FOS. It’s the 99% that are the problem.

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    • Thinblueline says:

      From a current serving law enforcement officer to you – STFU! But know what separates me from you, I’ll still risk my life to save your disrespectful a@#!

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      • willthesuevi says:

        Really fella? You know nothing about me. One of my best friends is the SAIC of a large FBI Field Office. Trust me, his opinion is almost where mine is.

        10 years ago, our local town, new to the area female Captain starts railroading several officers out of the Department (right before she was caught sleeping with the Chief). One was an officer I hardly knew, but I knew he was a standup man. She sets her sights on him. The others she railroaded quit. He was a 17 year veteran and decided to fight back. As a community leader I was picked to be one of three administrators for the hearing. I was the ONLY person who stood up for him in the three day hearing. It was absolutely disgusting how his fellow officers threw him under the bus to save their own ass. The third (neutral) Hearing Administrator happened to also be a Federal Magistrate and he was so incensed with the malfeasance he threatened an investigation.

        Don’t give me that thin blue line crap. It’s all bluster and bravado.

        Oh the Officer? He landed a great job running a large Tribal Department, jail, and treatment center. He is so well thought of that if he were a Tribal member they would probably vote him in as Chairman. We still have lunch once a year or so.

        BTW, I don’t need you to risk your life for me. I have been in several FLETC firearm qualifying courses. Pistol, carbine, and long range. There are a handful of very competent people working as LEO’s, but honestly, after seeing how most of you shoot, I would rather take my chances and deal with it myself.

        I have more if you want me to continue. A really good one is the Denver area LEO who let a 30 year old guy walk away after he assaulted my 16 yo son. After the Prosecutor, Judge, and his own Supervisor got done with him he wished he was fired.

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        • willthesuevi says:

          Oh good grief. When I wrote this I had Fed on the brain as I had a conversation earlier that day about FLETC. I have never taken or audited Federal LEO courses. I do have CLEET certifications which are state level. I stand by everything else I wrote.

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  26. Lion2017 says:

    Who recommended Barr to POTUS?

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  27. David Vicknair says:

    And Barr has the unmitigated gall to complain about Trump’s tweets? In Colonial times McCabe would have been dragged unceremoniously into the street and tarred and feathered before being ridden out of town on a rail… if they didn’t hang him first.

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  28. Garavaglia says:

    This is not going to end well for DC.

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  29. ScottAllen says:

    Lol…. out of frustration though. A few days ago so-called insiders were telling us someone big was about to be indicted and just the opposite happens. When will we ever learn?

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  30. Putting On Its Shoes says:

    Is it possible that Barr got blindsided on this in the same way he did on the Stone sentencing recommendation?

    Not looking to let him off the hook.

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    • justlizzyp says:

      I’m wondering if perhaps Ms Liu somehow sabotaged the case? It never seemed right to me that she recommended prosecution in the first place.

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      • Charlie Currie says:

        I’ve been thinking the same thing all day and was going to make that observation when I saw your post. It’s possible she has poisoned the well. Consider PDJT removed her from consideration for Treasury post – she resigns today – McCabe no charges letter. Coincidence? Hmmmm

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    • treehouseron says:

      Barr wasn’t blindsided by the Stone sentencing, he was blind sided by us being outraged by it. That fat clown just removed the recommendation and allowed the Hanging Judge to use her own discretion. She’ll probably recommend worse.

      This guy should be fired, pronto, and hire the fguking JANITOR to run the place, at least he knows how to clean.

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  31. hocuspocus13 says:

    Remember what Crooked Hillary said…

    If she goes down she’s taking everybody with her

    Now relate that to McCabe

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  32. Bubby says:

    Simple mind simple question. If the DOJ found nothing to charge McCabe as a result of the IG report then why was McCabe fired? Obviously he didn’t lie according to the DOJ then what did he do to justify his termination? Can he request his old job back due to being falsely accused? What was his misconduct if he didn’t lie? Just asking how this effects his termination?

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  33. Rick L says:

    So tired of the two tier system of justice. I guess the big fat guaranteed pensions of the federal agency bureacrats makes it hard for fair minded individuals to stand up against it. As example, why didn’t the 40 FBI agents who raided Roger Stone’s house stand up and say wtf are you serious? Regardless if you thought he was guilty or not they had to know they were useful idiots for Weisman’s lil’ show raiding a 70 yr old like a cartel lord. I dont know how these agents look in the mirror, I used to respect these guys but I am done. If the citizens are no longer moral and have integrity as a whole then the Constitution is now worthless. It was based on God given inalienable rights and a Creator, if that is no longer the case then the framework of the Founders breaks down. This is a perfect example of that lack of moral integrity.

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    • treehouseron says:

      They dont’ stand up because they like that kind of crap they like that they can go kick the door in on a 70 year old and charge his ass with making jokes in public about Russia having emails. Everybody knew it was a clownshow to begin with, but these pricks get off on showing off their power.

      Ask yourself a question, did you know anybody in school who wanted to grow up and work for the CIA? What kind of career choice is that? They’re disgusting people, it’s just the truth. I have zero respect for any of them, in any of those letter agencies.

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  34. Waymore says:

    I was thinking the same thing, two rogue prosecutors issue official no prosecution letter, trying to get Trump to tweet again, then getting Barr involved again…

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  35. swimeasy says:

    WSB you called it long ago today. This is the lying related to the Horowitz IG report. Durham investigation is still ongoing for other charges. Trolls and MSM, McCabe himself will promote this as complete exoneration to try an discourage Trump supporters and election turnout.

    Talk to the hand which will still turn out and vote straight Repub for House and Senate as well.

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  36. wtd says:

    It’s pretty obvious that a city as partisan as Washington DC is incapable of delivering impartial justice in politically sensitive criminal cases
    They need to be moved out of the jurisdiction

    This is the pool of grand jurors that Andrew McCabe was faced with 90% of DC voted for Hillary – less than 5% for President Trump It would be completely unsurprising if a grand jury refused to indict McCabe for crimes done in service of removing Trump

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  37. eric says:

    historicly sad.

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  38. CM-TX says:

    Did everyone see this yet? Or in case you were wondering whether they were actually concerned about being held accountable…

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  39. doofusdawg says:

    Didn’t think of a “no bill”. Probably what happened. And could have been a test case for Barr to see how the DC jury pool would react. Guess he found out.

    And all of the chatter and opeds and books and commentating by the cabal is just further manipulating the jury pool. It was probably their plan all along.

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  40. mtg50 says:

    Some misplaced hyperventilating going on. The action by the Justice Department today is consistent. Remember Comey was also not indicted for his leaking and lying. Barr and Durham are going after evidence of the coup and evidence to indict the plotters. Officials at the upper echelons of our government plotted to remove a duly elected President. This is clear and it is clear to Barr and Durham. The crime of perjury is a distraction and would get in the way of the major investigation of the coup. I have confidence that Barr is on the right track. As paradoxically as it seems, these decisions not to indict are indicators of indictments to come.

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  41. neev1031 says:

    Barr’s loyalties are now clear. First Comey, now McCabe. Promoting Liu for dragging out any activity on referrals. His public statement that PDJT should stop tweeting about the DOJ was preemptive (McCabe), not reactive (Stone). Having stated that Barr has his full confidence, PDJT’s options became limited: (i) say nothing, (ii) say something, or (iii) replace Barr. Say nothing: the President was blaming an innocent man. Say something: the President is abusing his power. Fire Barr: start impeachment. PDJT betrayed yet again.

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  42. lfhbrave says:

    It looks more likely the deal was made when Barr was nominated by POTUS: Barr/McConnell got Mueller off POTUS’s back, and in exchange no one at FBI/DOJ was to be charged.

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  43. I wonder if Trump had to swallow hard and accept this in exchange for Roger to walk?

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  44. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    TGIF

    Perhaps we can get a two-fer:

    1) There is that propensity for notable action to be taken on a Friday, late in the day.

    2) How fitting would it be to have a “St. Valentine’s Day massacre”, circa 2020, with some wholesale firings.

    About 1/2 the CIA, DOJ and FBI that report for work in Washington, D.C. would be a great start.

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  45. Right to reply says:

    It makes me sick that people have been jailed, or awaiting jail because of these assh***s, but there surely has to be something more as to why they are ALL getting away with it.

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  46. wtd says:

    According to this, U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton did not think McCabe should be charged because of Trump’s tweets
    Trump’s tweets came *after* it was revealed McCabe lied to investigators
    What an absolute joke the American justice system is


    U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Barnett Walton (born February 8, 1949) is a Senior United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. He is the former presiding judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

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    • mushr45m says:

      Tweet away Great POTUS

      POTUS needs to grab the Mueller Report, both IG reports, both FISC reports, counterintell report, and start tweeting ALL the redacted portions.
      Start tweeting today.
      Tweet NOTHING else. Until EVERY report is out in the open.

      Maybe make one other tweet, before he starts.
      #$%^ YOU William!

      Time to declassify all.

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    • youme says:

      Walton was the judge assigned to a FOIA lawsuit that was initiated to obtain DOJ documents on McCabe.

      DOJ kept stalling, telling Walton they may prosecute McCabe and the documents should not be released.

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  47. Lottacats says:

    This ticks me off but hopeful something still in the hopper for the dirty McCabe.
    Didn’t he lose his pension? I could give a rats hiney over his family suffering!
    I’ll be “prayerful” he winds up with the fires of hell licking at his feet.

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  48. Rowdyone says:

    So this decision not to prosecute McCabe for lying to the FBI (a cornerstone offense in other FBI investigations) confirms for all to see that both the FBI and DOJ are hopelessly corrupt, lacking any legitimacy whatsoever. At what point do we, the governed, withdraw our consent to be governed by corrupt politicians and their politically appointed stooges? Where are the virtuous whistleblowers akin to those who brought down Tamminy Hall, Teapot Dome etc.?

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  49. How long is the next field goal try Lucy Barr??

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  50. Rhoda R says:

    We can bitch and moan all we want on these boards, but shouldn’t we also be sending emails to Barr as well?

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