As it was recently revealed that Andrew McCabe is alleged to have altered Peter Strzok’s 302 reports of the interview of Gen Michael Flynn. Supposedly, as James Comey has already testified to, the FBI agents believed Flynn to have answered honestly.
But it is alleged that McCabe altered the document to make it appear that Flynn had lied. He then gave the 302 to Sally Yates to use for a White House briefing. The goal was to speed up the firing of Flynn. It is not known if Yates was aware of the alteration made to the 302.
But why frame gen Flynn. He was a minor player in the campaign and the transition at best. There seems to be no reason for impugning his name. But what if there was another reason for the deception? I will stop right here and tell you, this is just a theory, but one based in facts. As luck would have it, at the time of the Flynn interview, McCabe was being sued for sexual discrimination. Can you guess who the main witness was?
Sen. Charles Grassley wrote Thursday to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to reiterate his concern about “the appearance of political bias at the FBI” and cited recent a recent news report that indicates Mr. McCabe is the subject of an ongoing sex discrimination complaint that was supported by Mr. Flynn.
“That evidence and the failure to recuse calls into question whether Mr. McCabe handled the Flynn investigation fairly and objectively, or whether he had any retaliatory motive against Flynn for being an adverse witness to him in a pending proceeding,” Mr. Grassley wrote.
The Iowa Republican has previously raised concern over Mr. McCabe’s failure to recuse himself from the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Mr. McCabe landed in an unfavorable spotlight last year when reports surfaced that his wife, Jill McCabe, collected hundreds of thousands of dollars from organizations overseen by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a Clinton ally, during her unsuccessful 2015 campaign for the Virginia state Senate.
It appears we have barely scraped the surface of McCabe’s corruption.