Disgraced ex-deputy director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, says he has the goods on President Donald Trump. Something that would cast a “very negative light,” he insists. That’s not surprising considering the way the bureau started out under good old J. Edgar Hoover.
McCabe holding a blackmail file
Alleged Deep State traitor Andrew McCabe hinted on Friday that he has blackmail material he might release concerning Donald Trump. It’s pretty sad when the so-called government officials resort to criminal extortion.
After all that the public has already learned about Obamagate, it looks like the days of J. Edgar Hoover and his infamous collection of blackmail on public figures – which was used to form the FBI in the first place – is thriving, long after he’s been gone. When a 1930s magazine article mentioned Hoover’s “mincing” gait, and then a diplomat remarked about Hoover’s “conspicuous perfume,” The FBI founder “struck back.
He gathered derogatory information on the offending journalist, and asserted – falsely – that he did not use perfume.”
Insurance policy Andy McCabe is the one who illegally and fraudulently signed off on the spy operation carried out against Carter Page, in order to get an ear inside the Trump campaign in the run up to the 2016 election.
When the FBI decided to frame Donald Trump in a Russian conspiracy, even if they had to manufacture it themselves, McCabe was the FBI’s second-in-command. He still swears up and down that Trump conspired with Russia.
Now he’s got even more sinister claims. As Daily Caller writes, “he now insists, without providing evidence, that the intelligence community possesses information that is damning to Trump.” That sounds a lot like an extortion scheme to keep from being fired. Or arrested.
Specific undeniable intelligence
The same man who conspired directly with Peter Strzok and Lisa page to rig an election, then seditiously overthrow a sitting president claims “there is some very, very serious, very specific undeniable intelligence that has not come out.”
McCabe says the only reason why nobody mentioned it until now, even after the impeachment when they were looking for every piece of lint they could find to use against the President is because “if it were released,” it “would risk compromising our access to that sort of information in the future.”
He may just turn it loose though if he gets canned. The thinly veiled threat took the form, “I think it would also risk casting the president in a very negative light.” That’s why he works for CNN now.
According to McCabe’s untrustworthy opinion, “It’s almost incomprehensible to me that he would want that information out. I don’t see how he spins it to his advantage. I don’t believe it’s flattering.” That sounds like a threat.
The subject came up when CNN’s Chris Cuomo asked him about the documents which are in the process of declassification which prove the crimes committed by top ranking officials in the FBI and Department of Justice, as well as throughout the whole alphabet of intelligence agencies.
When he testified in front of Congress on Tuesday, he blamed the illegal spying on the Trump campaign team on unsupervised underlings. Miraculously absolving himself for any failures of his own supervision. McCabe blamed “lower-level FBI employees for not informing officials about problems with the dossier.”