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McCabe Outs Himself as Snake in The Grass During Book Deal Cash Grab

With his new book, Andrew McCabe is set to rake in the cash while promoting the left’s wild Russia conspiracy theories.

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The left would like us to stop insisting that their “resistance” is simply a carte blanche, anti-Trump ethos.

They believe that every single piece of constant opposition on the part of the democrats is justified by an executive action made by the President himself.  It’s as though there is some Newtonian law of mudslinging in which each insult comes from an equal but opposite misgiving.

This is simply not true.  Donald Trump isn’t going around posting photos of himself holding the bloody, decapitated head of a Chuck Schumer effigy.

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The most damning issue is, of course, how deep this pure and unflinching hatred goes.

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, speaking out in a new book and TV interview, detailed the central role he played in the bureau’s Russia probe and the eventual appointment of a special counsel — while reportedly describing Justice Department meetings where officials discussed ousting President Trump.

McCabe, who was fired from the bureau in March 2018 by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions after it was determined he lied to investigators about a leak, spoke to “60 Minutes” ahead of the release of his new book, “The Threat.” CBS News’ Scott Pelley revealed parts of the interview Thursday morning.

In detailing the impetus of the now-infamous “Russiagate” farce, McCabe had some strange revelations.
“I was speaking to the man who had just run for the presidency and won the election for the presidency and who might have done so with the aid of the government of Russia, our most formidable adversary on the world stage. And that was something that troubled me greatly,” McCabe said in one excerpt, referring to a phone call he had with Trump on May 10, 2017.
Now, with his new book, McCabe is set to rake in the cash for spreading this nonsensical narrative to the masses.

 

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North Korea Taunts USA with New Weapons Test

North Korea has a history of diplomatic ebbs and flows, but this is the sort of bait-and-switch insult that could have Trump ready to wallop Kim Jong Un.

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Perhaps it was always too good to be true. Donald Trump, a President who was widely lambasted by the liberal left on account of his political inexperience, became an unprecedented hero in an unlikely situation with North Korea early into his presidency. For reasons perhaps still unknown, Trump’s opening of a dialogue with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un suddenly seemed to bring the DPRK back into the global community.  Part of this resurgence included, as it must, a promise of denuclearization by the hermit kingdom. Somewhere along the way, things have fallen off the rails, likely at the behest of Kim himself. Now, ever more astonishingly, the dainty despot is pushing the envelope even further with claims of a new weapons test. North Korea said Thursday that it had test-fired a new type of “tactical guided weapon,” its first such test in nearly half a year, and demanded that Washington remove Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from nuclear negotiations. The test, which didn’t appear to be of a banned mid- or long-range ballistic missile that could scuttle negotiations, allows North Korea to show its people it is pushing ahead with weapons development while also reassuring domestic military officials worried that diplomacy with Washington signals weakness. And that’s not all:  The DPRK is also now taking pot shots at Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Separately, the North Korean Foreign Ministry accused Pompeo of playing down the significance of comments by leader Kim Jong Un, who said last week that Washington has until the end of the year to offer mutually acceptable terms for an agreement to salvage the high-stakes nuclear diplomacy. Both the demand for Pompeo’s removal from the talks and the weapon test point to North Korea’s displeasure with the deadlocked negotiations. Was this all a ruse by North…

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MUELLER DAY: Bill Barr Drops Bombshells Ahead of Mueller Report Release

Barr’s press conference raised more questions than answers, just hours ahead of the report’s public release.

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Today will be a day that American history will not soon forget, and Attorney General Bill Barr is part and parcel to the drama. Thursday marks the public release of the redacted version of Robert Mueller’s report on alleged Russian “collusion” in the 2016 election; a move which many fear could impact the Presidency of Donald Trump in unheard of ways.  Just an hour and half before the report went public, however, Bill Barr held a press conference in which a number of strange and shocking admissions were made. The Justice Department considered President Donald Trump’s frustrations about media and political speculation about the Russia investigation when deciding whether to charge him with obstructing the probe, Attorney General William Barr said Thursday. Barr said the Justice Department considered the “unprecedented situation” Trump faced entering office and what he called “substantial evidence” in Mueller’s report “to show that the president was frustrated and angered” by media speculation and a belief that the probe undermined his presidency. Of course, this begs the question:  Does it matter what the President’s perception of the probe is?  After all, he was a target of the investigation…it wouldn’t be too likely to find him leaning back in his chair and grinning ear-to-ear at the thought of it. This will undoubtedly be the story of the day, as the redacted Mueller report is set to hit the public and Congress at 11am.

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