Comey and McCabe face consequences over 'Very Bad FISA' - being looked at for 'False Statements'

Political commentator and Fox News contributor John Solomon was on an episode of Lou Dobbs show talking about James Comey and Andrew McCabe facing possible consequences over the FISA Report. According to Solomon, they are being looked at for making false statements and Attorney General Bill Barr would be the one to put the consequences in action, if anything wrong is found.

There was trouble before with McCabe and Comey who gave conflicting reports, as reported on the Washington Examiner back in March of 2018.

The Washington Examiner article stated back then:

A public claim made by former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who was fired earlier this month, is at odds with comments from his former boss, ex-FBI Director James Comey, according to a yet-to-be-released Justice Department inspector general report.

The FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility had recommended McCabe be fired, a move that was prompted by findings in a report prepared by the DOJ watchdog, according to media reports. The inspector general determined that McCabe had misled them after they asked about authorizing the release of sensitive information to the Wall Street Journal.

Attorney General Bill Barr gave his official statement on the FISA report on December 9, part of it read:

The Inspector General’s report now makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken.  It is also clear that, from its inception, the evidence produced by the investigation was consistently exculpatory.  Nevertheless, the investigation and surveillance was pushed forward for the duration of the campaign and deep into President Trump’s administration.  In the rush to obtain and maintain FISA surveillance of Trump campaign associates, FBI officials misled the FISA court, omitted critical exculpatory facts from their filings, and suppressed or ignored information negating the reliability of their principal source.  The Inspector General found the explanations given for these actions unsatisfactory.  While most of the misconduct identified by the Inspector General was committed in 2016 and 2017 by a small group of now-former FBI officials, the malfeasance and misfeasance detailed in the Inspector General’s report reflects a clear abuse of the FISA process.

Now we're at the part of the story where things are still developing, truths are still being discovered or covered up, and we really don't know which way this will go.

It's an ongoing battle to learn the truth about what's really going on, so it's going to take quite a while to get to the bottom of it.

Our theories and speculation could be true, but we need to go through the proper protocol and investigations, all of which takes time.

What do you think happens next?

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