(National Sentinel)Â Unraveling: Following reports Monday that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is scheduled to meet with POTUS Donald Trump on Thursday, likely tied to allegations he schemed to oust the commander-in-chief, fired Deep State liar and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe appeared to hit the panic button.
And why? Over the bogus probe regarding special counsel Robert Mueller.
In a statement, McCabe — who was fired earlier this year by Attorney General Jeff Sessions for lying on multiple occasions to investigators — expressed concern that Mueller’s probe could go away (as it should) if caretaker Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller, is sacked or resigns.
“There is nothing more important to the integrity of law enforcement and the rule of law than protecting the investigation of Special Counsel Mueller. If the rumors of Deputy AGâ€™s Rosensteinâ€™s departure are true, I am deeply concerned it puts that investigation at risk,” he said.
Let’s recall that Mueller was appointedÂ for no good reason.
There were no allegations that POTUS Trump or anyone in his campaign had violated the law, which is a predicate for a special counsel appointment.
And if Spygate, the plot to put a member of the Trump campaign, Carter Page, was a counterterrorism probe, there certainly wasn’t any need for a ‘special counsel.’
And yet, Mueller was appointed. Rosenstein was the guy who did it — after he signed one of the FISA warrant applicationsÂ permitting the Deep State to continue spying on Page well after POTUS Trump was elected.
As for McCabe, perhaps he should be less worried about Mueller’s probe and more worried about his own legal situation.
In June, we reported that the Justice Department’s Inspector General’s office sent a criminal referral regarding McCabe to the U.S. Attorney in the D.C. district.
And earlier this month, a grand jury was empaneled to hear — among other charges — allegations against the disgraced former FBI deputy director.
It’s quite obvious that under Barack Obama, the level of political corruption within our federal law enforcement and judicial apparatuses rose to levels unseen in modern history.