Bombshell: Sources Say McCabe Asked Agents to Edit Reports

On Monday it was leaked that Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe had been immediately removed after Director Christopher Wray viewed the damning House memo.

And now, according to investigative journalist Sara Carter — who’s quickly becoming a female Drudge — sources within the FBI have told her agents were asked by McCabe to edit their 302 forms.

A 302 is the form an agent fills out after interviewing a witness.

Could that be a reference to the 302 filled out after Hillary’s interview? Possibly.

And those sources also say officials are lining up at the FBI to ‘go after McCabe’.

What’s more, Pres. Trump reportedly remarked after the SOTU last night that he’s “100%” behind releasing the memo.

Buckle up, folks.

Here’s more from PJ Media…

Investigative journalist Sara Carter reported on Fox News last night that outgoing FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe may be in serious trouble if the information she had received from FBI sources proves to be true.

“I have been told tonight by a number of sources … that McCabe may have asked FBI agents to actually change their 302s,” Carter told host Sean Hannity.

The 302 form contains information from the notes an FBI agent takes during an interview of a subject. It is used by FBI agents to “report or summarize the interviews that they conduct.”

“So basically every time an FBI agent interviews a witness, they have to go back and file a report,” Carter explained.

Hannity pointed out that, if true, it would constitute a case of obstruction of justice, and Carter agreed. She said the matter was being investigated by FBI Inspector General Michael Horowitz.

“If this is true — and not just alleged — if this is true, McCabe will be fired,” Carter said. “They are considering firing him in the next few days. If this turns out to be true,” she added.

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