Retired FBI Agent Sues DOJ For Records On Contributions Made By A Clinton Ally To McCabe’s Wife

Over the weekend, Judicial Watch announced that it had filed a lawsuit against the DOJ on behalf of retired special agent Jeffrey Danik seeking records related to roughly $700,000 in political contributions made by groups tied to Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a long-time Clinton confidant, to the wife of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe… the same Andrew McCabe who was conveniently overseeing multiple Hillary Clinton investigations at the time and even oversaw components of her email investigation. Here’s more from Judicial Watch:
The suit was filed in the U. S. District Court in the District of Columbia in support of Danik’s October 25, 2016, and February 28, 2017, FOIA requests for records about McCabe’s ‘conflicts of interest’ regarding his wife’s (Dr. Jill McCabe’s) political campaign, and McCabe’s reporting to the FBI of any job interviews or offers. Specifically, the two FOIA requests seek:
Text messages and emails of McCabe containing ‘Dr. Jill McCabe,’ ‘Jill,’ ‘Common Good VA,’ ‘Terry McAuliffe,’ ‘Clinton,’ ‘Virginia Democratic Party,’ ‘Democrat,’ ‘Conflict,’ ‘Senate,’ ‘Virginia Senate,’ ‘Until I return,’ ‘Paris,’ ‘France,’ ‘Campaign,’ ‘Run,’ ‘Political,’ ‘Wife,’ ‘Donation,’ ‘OGC,’ Email,’ or ‘New York Times.’
In 2015, a political action committee run by McAuliffe, a close friend and political supporter of Bill and Hillary Clinton, donated nearly $500,000 to Jill McCabe, wife of McCabe, who was then running for the Virginia State Senate. Also, the Virginia Democratic Party, over which McAuliffe had significant influence, donated an additional $207,788 to the Jill McCabe campaign. In July 2015, Andrew McCabe was in charge of the FBI’s Washington, DC, field office, which provided personnel resources to the Clinton email probe.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 4, 2017.

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