Andrew G. McCabe indictment, Judge Reggie B. Walton: indict or not or internal department records will be released to public, “undermine the credibility…of the Justice Department … also the court.”
“Robert Mueller, like Andrew McCabe and the rest of the anti-Trump criminal conspirators, consider themselves above the law and on a divine mission to unseat Trump. Mueller’s conflicts of interest, starting with his relationship with James Comey, are well documented. His role, along with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, in covering up the FBI’s early investigation into Russia’s nuclear bribery in the Uranium One case are also a matter of public record.”…American Thinker Dec. 19, 2017
“McCabe had a role in crafting the “insurance policy” in the event Mr. Trump was elected. Expect to find Comey a part of that also.”…Attorney Sydney Powell
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
From the NY Times.
“The Justice Department has come under increasing pressure in its investigation of the former deputy F.B.I. director Andrew G. McCabe, as a federal judge threatened to release internal department records unless prosecutors decide whether to move forward with or abandon the politically charged case.
Judge Reggie B. Walton of Federal District Court for the District of Columbia, who is presiding over a lawsuit over F.B.I. documents related to Mr. McCabe’s firing last year, said at a hearing on Monday that he would soon begin releasing them. The Justice Department has argued that the materials should stay confidential while prosecutors investigate Mr. McCabe over whether he lied to internal investigators about dealings with the news media.
“You all have got to cut and make your decision,” Mr. Walton said, according to a transcript. “It’s not a hard decision, and I think it needs to be made. If it’s not made, I’m going to start ordering the release of information because I think our society, our public, does have a right to know what’s going on.”
Mr. McCabe, long a target of President Trump’s, was the subject of a scathing report by the Justice Department inspector general’s office that faulted him for violating media policy and repeatedly misleading its investigators.”
“This matter is a high-profile matter,” Judge Walton said. He added that as long as prosecutors hold off on deciding how to proceed, they “undermine the credibility not only of the Justice Department because it’s not making these hard decisions, but also the court.”