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McCabe Targeted Sessions in ‘Coup’ Conspiracy by Obama-Era DOJ Officials

Posted on | March 22, 2018 | Comments Off on McCabe Targeted Sessions in ‘Coup’ Conspiracy by Obama-Era DOJ Officials


Fired FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe launched an investigation against Attorney General Jeff Sessions last year as part of a “coup” organized by Obama-era holdovers in the Department of Justice.

“We already know Andrew McCabe was one of the primary conspirators in the plot to illegally spy on, manufacture evidence against, and then impeach a duly elected president using Illegitimate criminally obtained FISA warrants as pseudo legal cover,” according to an analysis of the revelation that McCabe targeted Sessions in a “covertly launched a criminal case.” By taking out Sessions, the analyst alleges, McCabe hoped to replace the attorney general with fellow conspirator Sally Yates, who was acting attorney general before Trump fired her in January 2017.

In a 35-message analysis on Twitter, @NameRedacted7 explains that McCabe — along with former FBI director James Comey, rogue FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, former associate deputy attorney general Bruce Ohr, former assistant attorney general Peter Kadzik, and other Democrats in the Justice Department — were complicit in “spying on Team Trump” through illegally obtained FISA warrants. (“8 top DOJ and FBI officials under a cloud over roles in Clinton, Trump investigations.”) The conspirators then launched an effort to “frame” Sessions, which was part of a “staggering” attempt to “decapitate” the executive branch in “show trials,” according to @NameRedacted7.

McCabe was accused of mishandling the investigation of Hillary Clinton for her use of a illegal private email server to conduct official State Department business. “McCabe opened his politically motivated case” against Sessions in response to a letter from Democrat Sens. Patrick Leahy and Al Franken, who had attempted during confirmation hearings “to falsely paint [Sessions] as a Russian agent,” the analysis notes.

DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s investigation is likely to lead to the prosecution of McCabe and perhaps others, the analysis suggests. It has been reported that Horowitz will accuse McCabe of improper leaking to the press and deliberately misleading investigators.

The connection between McCabe and the phony “Russiagate” smear against Sessions shows how Democrat Party loyalists in the Justice Department used what Page and Strzok called an “insurance policy” in their attempt to sabotage the Trump administration.



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