DOJ Won’t Charge Andy McCabe For Lying, Throws Book At Roger Stone

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Andy McCabe just got off as the Department of Justice just announced they will not bring charges against Andy and will close the criminal investigation into his admitted lying.

The Inspector General referred McCabe for prosecution for lying to FBI and to Justice Department investigators regarding leaks around the Clinton Foundation.

He got busted lying on at least four occasions. It should be noted that some of the leaks hurt Hillary Clinton but the fact that he lied and Roger Stone is going to spend a few years in jail should make one wonder.

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From CNN:

McCabe’s attorneys received a letter from the US Attorney’s Office in DC on Friday announcing the declination.

“We write to inform you that, after careful consideration, the Government has decided not to pursue criminal charges against your client, Andrew G. McCabe, arising from the referral” made by the Inspector General’s office to investigate his behavior, the DC US Attorney’s Office wrote. McCabe’s attorneys released the letter on Friday.

McCabe, who is a CNN contributor, has been perceived by President Donald Trump as one of his foes for his work on the early Russia investigation for the FBI.

And the US Attorney in DC has been under fire this week following the Justice Department forcing the office to lessen the sentencing recommendation for Trump confidant Roger Stone after the President tweeted that the department’s treatment of his friend was unfair.

From NBC:

President Donald Trump had publicly urged that action be taken against McCabe, the former deputy FBI director who became acting head of the agency after Trump fired James Comey in 2017.

“He LIED! LIED! LIED!” Trump wrote in one 2018 tweet about McCabe after the Justice Department’s inspector general found McCabe “lacked candor” when being interviewed about whether he was a source for two news articles pertaining to the FBI in 2016.

The announcement came one day after Attorney General William Barr pushed back against criticism he’s using DOJ to do Trump’s bidding, and said Trump’s tweeting about his agency’s work was undercutting his authority.

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