Andrew McCabe is in SERIOUS trouble! In fact, Inspector General Horowitz sends his findings over to Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. Moreover, it appears McCabe may be looking at CRIMINAL CHARGES.
Furthermore, in Sara’s tweet she says, “Exactly what I’ve been reporting for months. Based on the evidence IG Horowitz had to send his findings to the Attorney General to consider criminal charges against McCabe.”
Sara attached the left leaning article from the Washington Post to her tweet. The first line reads, “It is possible the FBI’s former No. 2 official could be charged with a federal crime.”
If the Washington Post is writing about it, you know it has to be bad for them to turn on their own! Or they wanted to report it first so they could spin it.
Exactly what I’ve been reporting for months…based on the evidence IG Horowitz had to send his findings to the Attorney General to consider criminal charges against McCabe https://t.co/ytDYwt9QhL
— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) April 19, 2018
Soon after Sara A. Carter reports, The Daily Caller followed up with their own information on the criminal referral made for former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. The Daily Caller reports that a CNN reporter, Laura Jarrett was the first to report and then the Washington Post confirmed the news. (MORE BELOW.)
Apparently, the left media arms are turning on themselves! And want to spin it as positively as possible for McCabe. However, this looks nothing but BAD for McCabe.
Saagar Enjeti, the Daily Caller’s White House correspondent reports in a tweet, “DOJ IG on McCabe: “The OIG found that then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe lacked candor, including under oath, on multiple occasions in connection with describing his role in connection with a disclosure to the WSJ.”
Additionally, the Daily Caller cites, that “a spokesman for the DOJ IG declined The Daily Caller’s request for comment on the matter.”
Then continues with what the National Security Attorney, Mark Zaid said of the report. Mark says in a tweet, “It may be referral is mandated but in my experience many OIG investigative conclusions are referred to US Attny’s Ofc as matter of course for review. This type of referral very uncommon for prosecution & usually would be left up to agency for admin action, of which could be none.” See tweets below.
BREAKING: DOJ inspector general has made a criminal referral for former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe to the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia.https://t.co/rhkaMNfqfO
— The Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 19, 2018
It may be referral is mandated but in my experience many OIG investigative conclusions are referred to US Attny's Ofc as matter of course for review. This type of referral very uncommon for prosecution & usually would be left up to agency for admin action, of which could be none.
— Mark S. Zaid (@MarkSZaidEsq) April 19, 2018