In the process, they are finding themselves playing the role of the “Keystone Cops,” or the “Gang that won’t shoot straight.
In the video, Acting FBI Director attempts to make the case that all is well with the FBI and that it’s members, for the most part, liked former Director James Comey.
Unfortunately for him, his argument below was very weak, as likability is not a requirement in the prosecution of the case.
What the media is not telling us if it is true, is that General Michael Flynn, President Trump’s choice for National Security Advisor was going to be taken down by McCabe at all costs.
McCabe was unexpectedly yanked into the spotlight after Comey firing
An FBI special agent since 1996, serving in the New York Field Office, the Counterterrorism Division and elsewhere.
Became deputy director last year; now acting director after President Trump’s surprise dismissal of James Comey.
He is not expected to serve long leading the FBI, with Republicans citing McCabe’s wife’s political aspirations as a Democrat and ties to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Hillary Clinton. (Source)
The White House is searching for another interim FBI director.
By John Solomon and Sara Carter
June 28, 2017
McCabe was out to get Flynn due to his involvement in a sexual discrimination case leveled against the FBI Deputy Director by one of the bureau’s top anti-terror agents.
Supervisory Special Agent Robyn Gritz was highly respected in the FBI.
Her counter-terrorism work was praised by all her colleagues.
Special Agent Robyn Gritz
During her time, she tracked down terrorists, rescued hostages, and was even on the case to find the disappeared agent Robert Levinson in Iran.
Her prestigious career was cut short by the conniving of Andrew McCabe, who recently has been the force behind the Russia probes into the Trump administration. McCabe is one of the biggest puppets the Deep State has it its disposal.
Gritz went to work under McCabe in 2012. Under him, she began receiving negative reviews for the first time in her career. Eventually, the truth came out: this was a case of sexual discrimination. McCabe was doing all he could to sabotage Gritz–including tarnishing her reputation.
Eventually, Gritz’s case went national. She became the central figure on a media exposé into harassment and discrimination in the FBI. Michael Flynn, who was familiar with Gritz due to her counterterrorism work, took up her cause.
Flynn wrote a letter in support of Gritz while he was an Army Lieutenant General and Chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency. Other Federal leaders did the same asserting their willingness to serve as witnesses in Gritz’s hearing.
This sent McCabe into a rage.
He got the FBI to promptly send a lawyer to block Flynn and the other intelligence officials from contributing to the Gritz case.
Flynn even went public in defense of his colleague, offering an interview on NPR in 2015 in which he testified to her work ethic and invaluable service to this country.
Andrew McCabe never forgot what Flint did.
He’s been harboring resentment for the last few years.
And when he saw Flint placed in such a high post by a President whose loyalties lie with the people (as opposed to the globalist elite), he became hysterical.
Thereafter, McCabe was on a mission to destroy Flynn at all cost.
The allegations being reviewed range from sexual discrimination to improper political activity, the documents show.
The inquiries remain open but so far there have not been any adverse findings against the senior FBI executive, who soared though the ranks the last few years to become deputy director and acting director since James Comey was fired.
FBI officials and McCabe declined comment.
Circa reported Monday that former supervisory special agent Robyn Gritz, a decorated counterterrorism agent, has filed a sexual discrimination and retaliation complaint that names McCabe and other top FBI officials.
Gritz also filed a complaint against McCabe with the main federal whistleblower agency in April, alleging social media photos she found show he campaigned for his wife’s Virginia state senate race in violation of the Hatch Act.
The OSC toldCirca that complaint is still being actively investigated.