Friday, February 15, 2019

Did McCabe (Former Acting FBI Director) admit to considering a coup?

via CNN
Former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe is confirming for the first time publicly that there were high-level discussions at the Justice Department about recruiting Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office in the aftermath of former FBI Director James Comey's firing.

The discussions also included speculation about which Cabinet members could be on board with the idea, McCabe said in an interview with CBS's Scott Pelley. According to Pelley on "CBS This Morning" Thursday, McCabe confirmed the discussion among Justice Department officials. This segment of the interview, which was taped for "60 Minutes," was not aired Thursday morning.

McCabe, who was fired from the FBI last March, also said he ordered an investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice as a way to preserve ongoing inquiries into Russian election meddling in case there was an effort to terminate them.
Story here.

By now you've all heard this story but to me this is stunning.

First.  I'm not a fan of Trump.  I do like some of his policies.  I do not like the idiotic tweeting, the inability to form a complete sentence and his tendency to vacillate on issues to the point of confusing everyone in the room.

Having said all that.

This is proof of a deep state.  They can roll out whatever evidence they want at this point and I will still believe that this was a coordinated campaign by people that were philosophically opposed to a duly elected president of the United States.

This threat came from within.

It does not come from Russia.

A few advertisements and trolling various factions inside our country couldn't be 1/1000's as damaging as this is.

The reality?

We're all serfs.  There are certain officials that feel that they know better, are better and must lead we the sheep.

It's offensive on every level.  But forget me.  What do you think?

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