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I included this chart in a Jan 3 post:
McCabe will walk at the same time as four DOJ attorneys petulantly walked off the Roger Stone case because the USAG intervened to withdraw their vindictive and grossly inappropriate sentencing recommendations. We now know that not only is there a partisan “deep state” mindset across key federal agencies but that they no longer care if we know it.
Durham and Barr need to rectify this with a deep cleaning with consequences at least as harsh as the Mueller thugs sought against their targets to restore public confidence. Also, everything touched by the legacy of “Crossfire Hurricane” has to be undone right now. No convictions left standing—pardons for all those hunted by Mueller with an opportunity to recover legal fees. There also needs to be a quarantine of every government lawyer involved in these witch-hunts from any current or future involvement in cases involving past or present government officials or partisan issues.
At a bare minimum, if McCabe walks, everyone does. No process crimes.
Like the unprincipled scum in the upper ranks of the DOJ who engineered the Ted Stevens prosecution and then went on to instant partnerships in blue-chip law firms and a White House counsel position in the “scandal-free” Obama Administration, the current occupants of the ever-expanding integrity-free zone in the DOJ will likely wind up on the gravy train. At least we can hope to rid our government of them a little sooner.Published in