Report: McCabe Begs Not to Be Fired Prior to Retirement

Recall infamous FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe — central to the dubious FISA warrant on the Trump campaign and on various other pro-Hillary scandals — is set to retire soon.

He was forced out of the bureau after revelations from the House Intelligence memo demonstrated his complicity in the FBI cover-up of the Strzok/Page ‘insurance’ policy effort in the creation of the Russia dossier.

But now that McCabe is set to officially retire with a million dollar pension, he’s begging not to be fired, which would nullify that pension.

Pardon us for wondering, but why should taxpayers foot the bill for his retirement after he fleeced them via collusion and corruption in order to put Hillary in the White House?

Color us unsympathetic.

Here’s more from PJ Media…

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe pleaded his case in the deputy attorney general’s office at the Department of Justice Thursday in an eleventh-hour effort to avoid being fired and losing his pension before his 50th birthday, sources told CNN.

McCabe’s pension is reportedly worth $1.8 million.

The FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility has recommended McCabe be terminated and now Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reviewing the recommendation. If he approves it by 5:00 p.m. Eastern on Friday, McCabe loses his benefits.

The White House said earlier on Thursday that any decision made would be the attorney general’s alone: “That’s a determination that we would leave up to Attorney General Sessions,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters on Thursday.

“But we do think that it is well-documented that he has had some very troubling behavior. And by most accounts [he’s] a bad actor and should have some cause for concern,” she said.

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