OH SNAP! Look What Andrew McCabe’s Attorney Admitted To

The FBI’s own Inspector General had already set his sights on the actions of former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and his various actions or inactions. That was revealed in an op-ed by that attorney back in January 2017. Back then, McCabe’s attorney was welcoming the investigation by the Inspector General. 

Things have obviously not gone in the direction that this high priced lawyer thought they would. Now his client is out of a job and has lost a mighty fine retirement pension just days before retirement. You must read the letter of complaint that lawyer Michael Bromwich, has written on behalf of his client. Oh, the unfairness of it all. Read it here.

As Written and Reported by Sean Davis for The Federalist:

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Michael Bromwich, an attorney now representing former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) deputy director Andrew McCabe, wrote a January 2017 op-ed for the Washington Post that called the internal investigation of McCabe “welcome news.”

McCabe was fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday after the FBI’s ethics office recommended McCabe’s termination following a report from the Department of Justice Inspector General (IG) detailing alleged improper behavior by McCabe. The report from the DOJ IG has not yet been made public.

The announcement by the Justice Department’s inspector general that his office will look into FBI Director James B. Comey’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s emails reopens painful questions about the 2016 election, but it is also welcome news,” Bromwich wrote in the Washington Post on January 14, 2017. “The investigation will address allegations that Comey violated established Justice Department and FBI policies and procedures in his July 5, 2016, public announcement concerning the Hillary Clinton email investigation. And it will explore allegations that Comey’s Oct. 28 and Nov. 6 letters to Congress, which jolted the presidential election — and may have changed its outcome — were improper.”…..

KEEP READING THERE IS WAY MORE HERE:

In 2017, McCabe’s Attorney Said Probe Of McCabe Was ‘Welcome News’

 

 

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