The Clintons AKA the Corrupters lure one Andrew McCabe into their lair


 

By now we all know that McCabe is out, and with it years of service down the tubes with his name ruined forever. That is what happens when one get’s mixed up with the Clintons. The Clintons give a siren call to others to join them in their corruption. McCabe is only the beginning. Before this is over, no doubt there will be dozens who were lured by the corrupters and if lucky will only lose their reputation if not spend years behind bars. I leave you with this for a Saturday’s contemplation.

 

NY Post:

Yet there’s another dimension to their chronic crookedness, and it gets insufficient attention even though it might be more important to the nation’s well-being.

“Wherever they go, whatever they do, ethics are trashed and suspicions of criminal conduct follow them like night follows day.”

It is that, in addition to being personally corrupt, the Clintons are corrupters. They are piggish users, with the people and institutions around them inevitably tarnished and sometimes destroyed even as the Clintons escape to their next scam.

The explosive result shows the Clintons haven’t lost their touch for leaving destruction and chaos in their wake. The remarkable events also serve as a clear reminder that while the Clintons enriched themselves over the years, they were helping to bankrupt the public trust in its government and institutions. And they won’t stop until they’re stopped

It’s who they are and it’s self-delusional to believe another stint in the White House would make the Clintons better people. Power exacerbates rather than cures an absence of integrity.

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28 Responses to “The Clintons AKA the Corrupters lure one Andrew McCabe into their lair”

  1. Obama’s plant in Trump campaign? A Bill Clinton classmate and administration advisor | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

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  2. The Weekly Headlines – My Daily Musing Says:

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  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    The Clinton’s are corrupt and they corrupt others but at the same time the people they are corrupting know the Clinton’s are corrupt and they decide to go along with them anyway, which means they are willing to be corrupted. They know what they are getting into and they do it anyway because they are only looking out for themselves.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I agree totally Steve, and don’t mean to imply McCabe should be let off the hook. But wherever they go, this is what they leave in their wake. I am simply amazed that people are willing to jeopardize their careers apparently not over money always, but just do it for the Clintons. And then all that get caught up in their nonsense such as Flynn.

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  4. geeez2014 Says:

    I’ve heard experts with experience with McCabe speak so highly of his 20 years in the Bureau…it’s sad to me that he went SO wrong after having been respected and even admired… Yes, SOMEONE got to him and it certainly is THE CLINTONS. (and his wife?)
    WHAT MAKES ME SADDER is that the media’s LOVING McCabe’s comments last night about TRUMP’S WAR WITH THE FBI and HOW THIS SHOWS IT. BUNK!! Umm.. Mr McCabe, it’s your FBI’s OPR who ADVISED SESSIONS TO FIRE YOU NOW!!! It’s their war against YOU, not Trump’s war against THEM!
    Also, it’s painted as if the man’s poor and this will hurt him….he’s RICH and it only delays the pension.

    Just how tired can we GET of a dishonest media……..maybe the swamp draining has really started!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Trump may have been better of firing Sessions and taking his lumps… McCabe has a lot of support and few know or are hearing about the truth of the matter. Trump has to end the witch hunt and now.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I agree HP… it is like what the wake of a boat leaves behind, all that is left behind to clean up.

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    • hocuspocus13 Says:

      I have no sympathy for the guy

      How does a life long career FBI guy have the worth of

      $11 million

      If he wasn’t crooked to begin with?

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      • bunkerville Says:

        See above comment HP

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  5. Mustang Says:

    No one should be surprised to learn that the FBI has become the antithesis of what America was intended to represent: that we are a nation of laws, not a nation of men. These laws are supposed to apply to everyone equally, no matter what position they may occupy in government, no matter how much money they have in their bank accounts, and no matter what amount of influence they may wield in our legislature or judicial structures. Under the current FBI structure, the law is the law —sometimes.

    Selective prosecution has been a problem in our country for quite some time, and nowhere is this clearer than in the case of the mishandling of classified information by Hillary Rodham Clinton. The scandal not only reveals the truth about the unequal administration of justice, it also reveals that our most sacred institutions have been compromised by political influence.

    Andrew McCabe has been “terminated” from the FBI; the act of firing him negates his eligibility for federal retirement (or at least a part of it). As a consequence to this action by the Attorney General of the United States, leftist media portrays Mr. McCabe as a victim of a political witch hunt. Is this even partly true?

    Obviously, people who are wronged by our judicial process will display a deep sense of anger at unfairness in handling investigations and legal cases; it may be entirely natural to want to get even with someone who has treated us unfairly, or politically. My sense is that Mr. Trump, as an example, feels wronged by FBI shenanigans respecting the Democratic Party funding of the so-called dossier. I think Mr. Trump is angry about how the FBI and Justice Department has treated General Flynn. This story is a long way from over … bet on it.

    Returning now to Mr. McCabe, a rational person will ask these two questions: (1) Did Mr. McCabe violate FBI policy that applies to every other agent or employee of the FBI? (2) Is the punishment imposed upon Mr. McCabe proper to the level of his transgressions?

    FBI personnel policy prescribes the termination of employment of any agent or employee who lies, misleads, or deceives investigators during an official inquiry. In this case, Mr. McCabe was treated the same as any other agent, which, within a nation of laws, is what should have happened. Note: it is my view that the same thing should have happened to Lois Lerner, an employee of the IRS (an agency that has enormous power over every citizen of the United States), who was also guilty of criminal malfeasance. Lerner-Gate alerted us to the rampant corruption of the Obama administration.

    I suspect that McCabe’s problems are only beginning. If he intentionally leaked sensitive investigative material to the press (and conspired with others to do so), and lied about it, then he has violated federal laws that stipulate prison terms. Moreover, since the left brought up the idea that McCabe is a victim of a political witch hunt, then what was General Flynn, and how should we classify the insurgency within the FBI against candidate and later President Trump?

    A pattern of misconduct is clear: Bill Clinton-Loretta Lynch, Comey, McCabe, Strzok conspired to clear Hillary Clinton of any wrong-doing in the mishandling of classified material, and they conspired with one another to destroy the candidacy of Donald J. Trump —or, in other words, to influence the outcome of a federal election. It becomes even more serious when in manipulating an election, agents of the FBI lied to FISA judges about the credibility of information that enabled them to secure search warrants. These are all constitutionally guaranteed rights, by the way. Violating the rights of citizens will negate any case brought into court by a corrupt DOJ … but not before legal expenses destroy the finances of anyone who dared to align themselves with Donald J. Trump.

    I apologize for this lengthy discourse. I’ll end by saying that if none of this causes alarm among our citizens, then none of the “little people” stand a chance against politically motivated behemoths such as the DOJ, FBI, or IRS. So, do I feel any compassion for McCabe and his potential future suicide at the hands of the Clinton Cartel? Uh … no.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The fact that so many people were willing to risk their careers and livelihood tells us the power of these people…. I am sure there is a biblical verse compatible with issue, but they are victims of the devil himself…. some of them not for money apparently but gave up their moral compass for what??

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      • hocuspocus13 Says:

        What risk?

        There was no risk

        After all Obama was President and soon to be next up for President was

        Crooked Hillary

        …but it just didn’t turn out that way did it

        And thus…we have

        Russia Russia Russia

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Good point HP

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    • the unit Says:

      At discussion boards on certain websites, particularly DIY automotive ones, a lot of times a participant giving comment and advice will end with a favorite quote or maybe a maxim. One I saw not long ago I found humorous that fits these corruptors, corruptees, and citizens remaining unalarmed.
      “When you’re dead, you don’t know you’re dead. All the pain is felt by others.
      The same thing happens when you’re stupid.”
      🙂

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I’ll buy that Unit….

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    • petermac3 Says:

      It remains to be seen if any of this sticks to the proverbial wall
      and justice is served- have serious doubts-because if not and 2018 and 2020 belong to the left there will be blood in the halls of Washington DC.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        If they really take out Trump there will be big time trouble.

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  6. hocuspocus13 Says:

    The moral of this story…

    It’s never too late to grow a pair!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Indeed….and so many apparently have lost theirs.

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  7. petermac3 Says:

    The MSM is a plantation system no different than the democrat party. They lie and deceive with their love of country, the people’s freedoms and democracy platitudes which are as empty as their soles. A majority take this spoon fed pablum as nourishment rather than the poison that it is. In the same way a majority in this country idolize and follow the Clinton’s with their eyes and ears closed to the corruption, death and destruction they have wreaked across the nation and around the globe. They are the devil incarnate.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      When looked at, they are indeed the face of all that is evil…I agree with you.

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  8. bydesign001 Says:

    One can be as pure as the driven snow but after hooking up in any shape form or fashion with the Clintons, one’s name becomes mud.

    While Andrew McCabe immediately began trashing the President for that which McCabe is guilty, the man is now a threat to the Clintons. What are the odds that the bird will sing like a caged bird? Probably not much, unless he wants to go the way of Seth Rich and everyone else in the Clintons’ deadpool. Then again, he wasted no time coming off as the guy who will take everyone down with him.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      In the end, I do think he will sing…. the slammer for a FBI top guy? He is a dead goner there. Anyway, without a pension he will have to write a book….and that will be that…you are right though… he best keep looking behind himself.

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      • bydesign001 Says:

        The Clintons have their eyes on him along with the other vipers in the snake pit, that’s for certain.

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      • cherylpass Says:

        His net worth is something around $11 million, I’ve read at other sources. So I don’t think he’ll be starving. The question is whether he will be charged with the crimes he committed. I hope so!!

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Just how did he get to 11 Mil?? Inquiring minds here!

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  9. Simply Linda Says:

    I am actually very surprised Sessions actually fired McCabe. That took a lot of kahunas to do right before his retirement date, which the MSM are having a field day over, lol. Hopefully, he won’t be the last to go down. I really like to see him / McCabe in handcuffs, eventually, but I guess that is too much to ask for. I wonder if he will sing now? Or will he be a pain in the arse. Hmm….we shall see.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I agree totally with you….. I say he will cut a deal as the slammer looms ahead….yea, the Media other than Fox is going ballistic.

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