Saturday, March 17, 2018

If Andy McCabe kept personnel memos about Donald Trump alleging obstruction of justice, he puts himself in legal jeopardy for failing to report it






  


Let's get this information clear because it's not being reported accurately by the mainstream media. 
You are going to hear in the coming days about Andy McCabe having kept personal memes on Donald Trump and how he's willing to turn it over to Robert Mueller. 

Sounds familiar? 

It does be because you first heard it from James Comey having similar memos.  Back when Comey got fired Fox's anchor Keith Jarrett reported that failing to report obstruction of justice which Comey claimed the memos document is in itself breaking federal law.  If Comey didn't report it at the time we can conclude that Comey didn’t feel it rose to the level of obstruction of justice.  But, he if later claims it does, those memos become evidence against Comey for failing to report it at the time. 

Andy McCabe puts himself in the same position he kept personal memes alleging obstruction and failing to report it.        

AP reports Andrew McCabe — the former FBI deputy director just fired by the attorney general — kept personal memos regarding President Donald Trump.

That’s according to a person with direct knowledge of the situation who wasn’t authorized to discuss the memos publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

This person says the memos are similar to the ones maintained by former FBI Director James Comey, who Trump fired last May.

Comey’s series of notes detailed interactions with Trump that Comey said unnerved him.


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