An indictment bombshell just dropped about Andrew McCabe. The former acting FBI director has been exposed — we knew his anti-Trump activities would catch up with him.
Appearing on CNN, McCabe was asked by host Chris Cuomo if he would consider taking a deal in order to avoid a formal indictment from federal prosecutors. “Absolutely not, under any circumstances,” said McCabe.
“I never intentionally misled anyone about anything and I will not stand up and claim that I’ve done something that I didn’t do,” McCabe continued. He went on to claim that Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s findings aren’t accurate.
“I absolutely reject the findings,” he said. “I certainly have not committed a crime.” Unfortunately for McCabe, however, it isn’t that simply — he isn’t off the hook simply by declaring his innocence on CNN.
To recap, McCabe was fired in January of 2018 after two discoveries were made: His leak to the press regarding an investigation into the Clinton Foundation and allegedly being a key player in the spying on Trump’s campaign.
There is particular concern about information that may have been selectively omitted in order to obtain a warrant from the FISA court to conduct said surveillance. If this is true and McCabe was involved, he is in big trouble.
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