Mueller, McCabe & Rosenstein Now Allegedly Tied to Cover-Up and Bribery

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Justice Department officials in the District of Maryland announced that Mark Lambert of Mount Airy, Maryland had been indicted on 11 counts related to “bribery, kickbacks and money laundering.”

The indictment show that Lambert and may others from Transport Logistics International (TLI) were involved in several counts of bribery, money laundering, and kick backs with Russian nuclear official Vadim Mikerin. This was al orchestrated to win business advantages with TENEX – a Kremlin state-owned energy company which owns Uranium One.

TLI would have been the company that ostensibly moved all of the uranium from the U1 deal, but an FBI undercover mole inside the Russian nuclear industry gathered extensive evidence of corruption and blew the scheme wide open.

What does all of that have to do with Robert Mueller?

Zero Hedge says: Robert Mueller’s FBI had been investigating the scheme since at least 2008 – with retiring Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe assigned to the ongoing investigation which was hidden from the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States (CFIUS). Had they known, the committee never would have approved the Uranium One deal with TENEX’s parent company, Rosatom. 

Four individuals ended up being prosecuted and handed plea agreements after the Uranium One deal was approved.

Who were the prosecuting DOJ attorneys? Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller’s top investigator in the Trump-Russia probe, Andrew Weissman, the same guy who applauded and praised former acting Attorney General Sally Yates for defying Trump.

Then it gets even more odd…

According to this report from The Hill, when the time came to charge former Russian uranium industry executive Vadim Mikerinn, the Justice Department failed to call on the deal’s secret informant, William D. Campbell.

Officials told The Hill that prosecutors working for Rosenstein first interviewed Campbell, the informant, after they had already filed a sealed criminal complaint against Mikerin in July 2014.

“While he was Maryland’s chief federal prosecutor, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s office failed to interview the undercover informant in the FBI’s Russian nuclear bribery case before it filed criminal charges in the case in 2014, officials told The Hill,” the report says.

Campbell’s lawyer, Victoria Toensing, confirmed the Justice officials’ account.

“The first time Mr. Campbell was interviewed by the U.S. Attorney’s office was after the criminal complaint was filed, and he was never brought before the grand jury before the indictment,” she told The Hill.

Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz finds this to be quite troubling, telling The Hill, “I’ve never heard of such a case unless the victim is dead. I’ve never heard of prosecutors making a major case and not talking to the victim before you made it, especially when he was available to them through the FBI.”

“It is negligence, and I’m sure there will be internal issues with the Justice Department and U.S. attorney for making such an obvious mistake,” Dershowitz continued.

McCabe’s Bombshell Confession: High Level Obama Official Ordered Me to Shutdown The Clinton Investigation

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The initial OIG report that was released a week ago Friday and that resulted in Andrew McCabe’s firing also contained other “staggering” revelations as well.  The implications likely reach all the way to then-President Obama.

Directly from the OIG report:

“McCabe told the OIG that on August 12, 2016, he received a telephone call from PADAG [Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General] regarding the FBI’s handling of the CF Investigation (the “PADAG call”).

“McCabe said that PADAG expressed concerns about FBI agents taking overt steps in the CF [Clinton Foundation] Investigation during the presidential campaign.

“According to McCabe, he pushed back, asking ‘are you telling me that I need to shut down a validly predicated investigation?’ 

“McCabe told us that the conversation was ‘very dramatic’ and he never had a similar confrontation like the PADAG call with a high level Department official in his entire FBI career.”

The call from the as yet un-named PADAG came on August 12, 2016 only months before the presidential election and at a time when McCabe was building the case that would prove the Clinton Foundation served as a money laundering facility for her multi-billion dollar pay-to-play scheme that relied on her power as the Secretary of State to deliver on the improper deals.

What all of this means is that at a time when the FBI was most important in rooting out the criminal activity of a person who would be entrusted to become president, Barack Obama ordered that McCabe stand down.  Instead of applying a higher standard to the potential future president he was applying no standards at all to Madame Clinton.

Compare that to the full-scale investigation, complete with illegal surveillance, of Donald Trump without proof of anything other than innuendo created and presented to the FBI by his political opponent.

J. Christian Adams, formerly served as an attorney in the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division under George W. Bush said, “This is a top-level DOJ official who called the FBI and said shut down the Hillary [Clinton] Foundation investigation.”

“What kind of Justice Department do we have, that a couple weeks before the election, that presidential political appointees are calling the No. 2 guy at the FBI, essentially saying, give Hillary a pass?  That’s in the OIG report! That’s the real bombshell!”

The Deputy Attorney General at that time was Sally Yates who President Trump later found it necessary to fire because she refused to enforce his immigration policies.

The Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General serving under Yates in 2016 was Bill Baer.  It is not yet known whether he was the person who placed the August 12, 2016 call to McCabe.

Under any circumstances this level of corruption touches too high up the food chain to be dismissed as the action of a rogue Clinton supporter.  Obama had to have had knowledge of this incident even if he didn’t order it directly.  We know that Obama was monitoring the FBI investigations of both Clinton and Trump because he admitted as much. 


Criminal Referral for McCabe Signals Takedown of Entire Obama DOJ & FBI Coming Next

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Last month former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was the subject of the Office of Inspector General’s initial 39-page report.  As a result, he was fired following the recommendation of the Office of Professional Responsibility.

That report, compiled by Obama appointee Michael Horowitz, was released last week.  Today, the Department of Justice’s internal watchdog sent a criminal referral to the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington citing McCabe’s wrongdoing.

Anyone who thinks, or hopes, this is the end of any future criminal referrals of high-level Obama appointees running the DOJ or FBI is whistling past the graveyard.

It’s a virtual certainty that the illegalities outlined in the initial report were only a hint of the criminal appropriation of the investigative powers of the two powerful agencies under the leadership of Obama’s minions.

There’s a reason that IG Horowitz has had nearly 500 investigators unraveling the extent of the Obama era corruption of the Justice Department for the past year and it wasn’t to compile a simple report with a single target.

There’s also a reason that President Trump announced the addition of former federal prosecutor and NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani to his legal team earlier today.  Thirty-five years ago, as U.S.  Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Giuliani spearheaded the fight against organized crime and broke the web of corruption in government.  His prosecution of white-collar criminals also made him a legend that few US Attorneys in history can match.

Remember, Guiliani’s relationship with the New York office of the FBI as well as with the NYPD was forged under extreme circumstances when he was the mayor following 9/11.  Relationships that strong have provided him with access to the evidence on Anthony Weiner’s laptop.  That includes 650,000 of Hillary Clinton’s emails, most likely including those that she erased.  It is likely Rudy has already completed an extensive mapping of the Obama-Clinton crime family and is coming in prepared to hit the ground running.

Giuliani’s record and experience probably makes him the most qualified candidate to direct John Huber’s efforts in prosecuting the case against not just the DOJ and the FBI but also the corporate executives, government employees in other agencies, and those leaders in foreign governments that had colluded to defraud American workers and taxpayers under Obama’s reign. 

John Huber is the Utah-based prosecutor that Jeff Sessions appointed to prosecute the OIG’s findings.  Huber’s appointment adds teeth to the Inspector General’s effort because he can convene grand juries, subpoena people not, or no longer working for the DOJ or the FBI which the IG isn’t empowered to do.

We’ve been speculating about when Rudy Giuliani, a close friend and confidant of President Trump’s, would surface.  His expertise in prosecuting this massive case, coupled with his absence for public life had us sure he was doing his legwork in anonymity. 

After we read the initial OIG report we wrote that we were on the verge of a huge political explosion.  Following the initial report it became obvious that the full OIG report would be damning.  The addition of a resurfaced Rudy Giuliani only adds to the certainty that the Obama-Clinton crime family is about to prosecuted.

Oh yeah, do you remember when all of this was fake news back when we started reporting it?


Breaking Report: Indictments Pending for McCabe and Comey – Entire House of Cards Coming Down Soon

Alex Jones can no longer be accused of being a conspiracy theorist.  Bombastic? Absolutely.  Does he exaggerate? Yes. But after almost two decades on the air he has been proven to deliver information from inside the Deep State years before anyone else.

Jones has essentially served as the canary in the information mine for regular Americans and has been heavily criticized and attacked for providing the public with the information that the handmaidens of the globalist movement – the mainstream media – refuse to give us, or worse, hide form us.

He took to the airwaves 30 minutes prior to his normal Sunday broadcast time to preview the indictments facing McCabe and Comey and why that has the entire Deep State melting down:


Criminal McCabe Could Get His Entire Pension After What Rotten Dems Just Did Behind Trump’s Back!

Say what you will about the left side of the political spectrum in this country, but at least they stick together and support their own.

After President Donald Trump instructed Attorney General Jeff Sessions to fire the former FBI director Andrew McCabe for leaking classified information just two days before his scheduled retirement where he would have been entitled to a sum of over 2 million dollars as a retirement package which is paid by none other than the American Taxpayer. The left and their cohorts in the in mainstream media are trying to help McCabe beat the system.

What Andrea Michelle and Congressman Pocan don’t seem to understand, or care to understand is that McCabe even confessed to what he did. But in order to defend himself from being fired two days before getting his pension, he pointed the finger at Comey as the one who was leaking confidential information to the media. Along with lying to Congress while under oath.

McCabe later added he was singled out after attacks by President Trump and his critics within the FBI and Congress. But in order to defend his actions, McCabe explained that what he had done with the reporter wasn’t a secret and it took place over several days. Which would prove there is no way he could have done this leak alone.

We know neither Andrea Mitchell or Congressman Pocan are on President Trump’s side, so who’s side are these people on? Comey’s or McCabe’s? Because after this revelation it can’t be both. Either McCabe or Comey has to be lying at this point since McCabe’s comments claim the former FBI director knew very well he was talking to a journalist from the Wall Street Journal.

Seems like they only care about getting one over on the President.

Here is more information on McCabe’s pension via The Freebeacon:

‘FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe is set to receive a nearly $2 million pension, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis.

The top law enforcement official, who has come under scrutiny for overseeing the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, stepped aside on Monday. McCabe took early retirement, which he was eligible for after serving at the bureau for over 20 years.

McCabe joined the FBI in 1996 and worked his way up to high paying executive service positions. He was serving as the assistant director in charge of the Washington, D.C., field office until July 2015, when he was named the FBI’s associate deputy director, carrying an ES Level 4 pay scale.

The Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) calls for law enforcement officers to receive 1.7 percent of the officer’s average highest salary over a period of three consecutive years per year for the agent’s first 20 years of service. Additionally, they receive 1 percent of the highest average salary for each year exceeding 20 years of service. McCabe served 21 years.

At executive and senior pay levels, McCabe’s average highest salary is estimated at $157,800, taken from his various roles at the FBI between 2015 and 2017. The estimate is based on executive service pay levels compiled by FederalPay, a public resource that uses data from the General Services Administration and the Office of Personnel Management.

In 2015, McCabe received roughly $151,200, after reaching the higher ES Level 4 salary in July after being named associate deputy director. McCabe received $160,300 in 2016, after James Comey appointed him deputy director. In 2017, remaining in an ES Level 4 position, he received $161,900.

By multiplying McCabe’s highest average salary of $157,800 by 1.7 percent, for each of his first 20 years of service, he receives an annual $53,652 pension. He receives an additional 1 percent for one year of service, having served since 1996. This gives McCabe an additional $1,578, giving him an annual pension of $55,230.

The Office of Personnel Management has set the average life span of law enforcement officers at nearly 83 years. The lifetime value of McCabe’s pension is estimated at $1.8 million.

McCabe is 49, though he likely had enough paid vacation days saved up to step down before his 50th birthday, the age requirement for those taking early retirement with at least 20 years of service.

As a law enforcement officer, McCabe is also eligible for cost of living adjustment on top of his pension.

McCabe has been at the center of controversy over leadership at the FBI since before the 2016 presidential election, when the Wall Street Journal revealed his wife received over $600,000 for her failed Virginia state senate campaign from political groups tied to Terry McAuliffe, a long-standing ally of Hillary Clinton. McCabe oversaw the investigation into Clinton’s misuse of classified information.

McCabe received the statement drafted by Comey exonerating Clinton months before she was ever interviewed for the investigation. He was also referenced in text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, the anti-Trump FBI officials who discussed an “insurance policy” if Trump won the presidential election.’

Developing: McCabe Makes Good On Threat To Bring Everyone Down, Throws Comey Under Bus, Accuses of Perjury

The one thing you can bet on when dealing with people who were once above the law is that when they are busted they will turn on one another.  That is exactly what is happening now after the FBI’s #2 man has been fired only a day before his scheduled retirement.  Too bad for Mr. Comey it looks like he is going to come down with him … just as a report in the Gateway Pundit has suggested he promised to do …

Conservative Tribune Reports: Disgraced former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired Friday night, two days prior to his official retirement with full benefits, by Attorney General Jeff Sessions on recommendations from both the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility and the Department of Justice Office of Inspector General.

And it looks like he might not want to go down alone.

McCabe was fired for allegedly lying to federal investigators and for making alleged unauthorized disclosures to the media about sensitive investigations. Basically, he is alleged to have “lacked candor” with investigators about making anonymous leaks to a Wall Street Journal reporter about the status of the Clinton Foundation investigation in 2016.

In what could only be described as an already prepared statement, McCabe released a letter shortly after his termination that attempted to give his side of the story and asserted that he had been “singled out” by a vindictive President Donald Trump for removal, a laughable claim given the recommendations of the Obama-era-initiated inspector general’s investigation led by the Obama-appointed IG and career bureaucrats at the FBI’s OPR.

But there was something else in McCabe’s statement that caught the eye of law professor Jonathan Turley, who described in The Hill how McCabe appeared to have contradicted his former boss, former FBI Director James Comey, and essentially accused him of committing perjury.

In dispute of the allegations of unauthorized leaks to the media, McCabe wrote, “I chose to share with a reporter through my public affairs officer and a legal counselor. As deputy director, I was one of only a few people who had the authority to do that. It was not a secret, it took place over several days, and others, including the director, were aware of the interaction with the reporter.”

Turley pointed out that since Comey was the director at that time, McCabe’s claim that his leaks were authorized — or at least done with the knowledge of — his boss would run completely counter to testimony delivered under oath by Comey in May 2017 during a congressional hearing.

In that hearing, Comey was asked directly by Sen. Chuck Grassley if he himself had “ever been an anonymous source in news reports about matters relating to the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation” or if he had “ever authorized someone else at the FBI to be an anonymous source in news reports about the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation,” to which Comey had replied without hesitation “Never” and “No.”

 Thus, we now know that either Comey or McCabe has lied about the leaks to The Wall Street Journal reporter. If Comey told Congress the truth that he never authorized any leaks to the media, then McCabe just lied and threw Comey under the bus to save his own skin. READ MORE At The Conservative Tribune

Whoops: McCabe’s Attorney Accidentally Throws Him Under The Bus

There’s an old legal aphorism that goes, “If you have the facts on your side, pound the facts. If you have the law on your side, pound the law. If you have neither on your side, pound the table.”

Fired F.B.I. Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s lawyer chose to pound the table following his client’s dismissal on Friday.  In his statement, attorney Michael Bromwich said:

“I have never before seen the type of rush to judgment — and rush to summary punishment — that we have witnessed in this case.  The result of this deplorable rush to judgment is to terminate Mr. McCabe before his long-anticipated retirement and deny him of the full pension and retirement benefits he would have otherwise earned through his 21 years of devoted service to the FBI and this country.”

“This concerted effort to accelerate the process in order to beat the ticking clock of his scheduled retirement violates any sense of decency and basic principles of fairness,” the statement continued. “It should make all federal government employees, who continue to work in an Administration that insults, debases, and abuses them, shudder in the knowledge that they could be next.” 

Let’s play along with Bromwich and consider how this could have a chilling effect on honest federal employees.  It shouldn’t and it won’t.

Under Obama’s tyrannical regime Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Rice, and others regularly punished whistleblowers for speaking out.  They are now encouraged to come forward.

When it comes to other careerists who have abused the public trust that was placed in them, well that’s a different matter.  In fact, many of those who are guilty may be encouraged to come forward for their testimony in exchange for leniency in this regard.

Even Bromwich’s predicate for his criticism of the firing is nothing more than rhetoric:

“I have never before seen the type of rush to judgment — and rush to summary punishment — that we have witnessed in this case. 

Rush to judgment?  McCabe’s wrongdoing has been going on since he refused to conduct even a semblance of a legitimate investigation into Hillary Clinton’s illegal email server as far back as March 3, 2015 and probably even longer.

The F.B.I. had been turned into a cesspool of corruption under former Manchurian President B. Hussein Obama’s reign. 

The power clique – Holder, Lynch, Clapper, Brennan, Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein, Rice, et al – that ruled our intelligence community with an iron fist is now desperately trying to hold on to power but Friday’s firing of McCabe will open the door through which those previously silenced federal investigators can spread light on just how deep the corruption was.

The fact is losing his pension is the least of McCabe’s worries.  He’s facing a long, long prison term where he won’t really miss that pension.


Simone: How McCabe Disgraced Himself “Covering Up Hillary’s Mess”

In light of the recent firing of now-disgraced former Deputy Director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, conservative radio host Mark Simone believes Hillary Clinton owes him.

Fox News contributor Simone said that McCabe “lost his career and his pension covering up Hillary’s mess” and shielding her from prosecution in her email scandal, adding that “She should be rushing to his aid.”

Simone also pointed out that McCabe isn’t the first person to fall upon disgrace (or worse) after spending time orbiting the Clinton Family, citing the infamous case of Vince Foster, who “committed suicide” under questionable circumstances.

In a subsequent tweet, the radio host shared a meme, summing up Hillary’s reaction – or lack thereof – to the firing of the man who risked everything to keep her from facing justice.


Report: Freshly Fired McCabe Promised to ‘Take People Down With Him’

All those people who doubted President Trump and how far he was willing to go to clean up the swamp are eating crow today.  After yesterday’s epic firing of would be coup d’etat leader McCabe even Jeff Sessions is back in the good graces of most patriots.  Something big is coming and it just may be that McCabe and his rage are the catalysts that sets off the ‘boom’ …
The Gateway Pundit Reports:  Fox News reporter Adam Housley reported on Twitter tonight about the firing of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, stating his sources were telling him that in the past few days McCabe threatened to “take people down with him” if he was fired. Housley also reported that the Inspector General-Office of Professional Responsibility report had uncovered “tons of stuff” on McCabe unrelated to the Trump investigation and that McCabe’s firing was a morale boost to FBI agents.

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Housley posted many tweets and replies about McCabe’s firing. A selection of those tweets is included in this report.

Friday at 9:03 a.m. PDT by the Los Angeles based Housley, “A bunch of FBI agents I know are watching how McCabe is handled very closely. For them this isn’t political, it was about how things were handled internally.”

7:13 p.m. PDT minutes after news broke of McCabe’s firing, “From day 1 I have said the McCabe issue was not about politics for agents. This began before Trump was elected and there are many who were watching how the Bureau handled him. Tonight…a message has been sent according to the agents I am speaking with. McCabe is our.”

7:23 p.m. PDT: “McCabe blaming Nunes and the dossier is beyond incorrect. The internal investigation took all that into consideration and much more. Ask the agents in the bureau, not the politicians and media outside of it. That’s what I did. They had a ton of stuff on him…a ton.”

7:31 p.m. PDT: “McCabe had some friends as part of his group. Some have left…a few are still around. FYI”

7:32 p.m. PDT: “Again…this isn’t about politics..this was an internal thing that became political. It started before Trump. Both sides are tho going to make this political. I mean…that’s what they do.”

7:56 p.m. PDT: “And there is much more. But leave it to some of my colleagues in the media to immediately make it political. RT @debz526: @calvindanielsll @Put2sleep0066 @adamhousley The totality of what McCabe has done hasn’t been disclosed to the public.”

8:25 p.m. PDT: “could care less about Trump and Sessions. According to my sources, who are beyond question, there is much more. This isn’t about Trump. This was about control and business as usual for a few”

8:30 p.m. PDT: “Wray and McCabe’s meeting did not go well and it was McCabe who challenged the Director. McCabe stepped down because of this and tried to ride it out until retirement. Truth internally came out before that happened. This has nothing to do with Trumps tweets or Nunes memo”

8:31 p.m. PDT: “I am told yesterday McCabe felt the heat and went to try and save his last two days and even told some he would take people down with him if he as fired. So…let’s see what comes of this. I know this…a ton of agents…a ton…were watching this very closely.”

8:34 p.m. PDT: “This was about power by a group within the FBI. A clique. I see Republicans already making this political and tying it in a much different way than it was. Dems tying it to Trump…both would be wrong.”

8:42 p.m. PDT: “This decision will encourage agents to trust coming forward. Others who had during the clique’s time in charge got buried and mistreated and it kept agents from coming forward. Again..this began before Trump. It was about control.”

8:47 p.m. PDT: “Happy RT @HappyGoldenRule: @adamhousley Are they mad or happy about the firing?”

8:49 p.m.PDT: “As a reporter I will repeat this once more. I could care less if this helps Trump, or helps politically in any way. I just know a ton of men and women in the FBI who do damn good work and they were watching how this clique would be handled. McCabe has many who do not support”

8:50 p.m. PDT: “I am saying agents have told me of a small group of people we’re all about control and they were even tough on their own internally. It had agents not wanting to talk and it started before Trump.”

8:51 p.m. PDT: “I am saying this started before that. What they did and what it became will be revealed in the full report.” READ MORE @ The Gateway Pundit


Breaking: Anti-Trump Coup Leader McCabe Just Got The Worst News Of His Life … He’s Ruined

Dirty F.B.I. Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who oversaw the destruction of evidence to hide the depth of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, has been fired.

Calls for McCabe’s firing had been coming from Trump loyalists for some time but the final nail in McCabe’s coffin was the findings of Inspector General Michael Horowitz who came to the conclusion that McCabe’s violations were so egregious that criminal charges should follow.

The Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) – composed of fellow FBI agents – joined I.G. Horowitz in calling for McCabe’s ouster just hours before he was set to retire.

The OPR usually protects their own so this is a stunning development coming as McCabe was readying himself to start receiving his cushy pension.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the announcement only moments ago.  His statement began:

“The FBI expects every employee to adhere to the highest standands of honesty, integrity, and accountability.  As the OPR proposal stated, “all FBI employees know that lacking candor under oath results in dismissal and that our integrity is our brand.

“Pursuant to Department Order 1202, and based on the report of the Inspector General, the findings of the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility, and the recommendation of the Department’s senior career official, I have terminated the employment of Andrew McCabe effective immediately.”

As shocking as this development is, it will almost assuredly prove to be just the tip of the iceberg and is sending shockwaves through everyone associated with McCabe including the highest levels of the Obama administration.