Biden’s Email Scandal Deja Vu: McCabe Slams Report

In a not-so-surprising turn of events, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe couldn’t help but voice his concerns about the striking similarities between Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents and former FBI Director James Comey’s remarks on Hillary Clinton’s outrageous email scandal. It’s like déjà vu all over again, folks!

Hur’s report, which conveniently came out on Thursday, concluded that Biden deliberately held onto classified documents but somehow managed to dodge any charges. They even went as far as characterizing him as “a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.” Seriously? Are we really expected to believe that excuse? Maybe Biden should start blaming his forgetfulness on his bedtime stories instead of the Teleprompter.

But let’s get back to McCabe and his comments. During an interview with CNN’s Kaitlan Collins (because of course it was CNN), McCabe had the audacity to criticize Hur for including those shocking details in the report. According to McCabe, special counsels like Hur are supposed to provide comprehensive reports to the attorney general. It’s their duty, you see. But McCabe seems to have conveniently forgotten that Hur did just that, meeting all the regulatory requirements by presenting the findings and explaining why they decided not to charge Biden.

But no, McCabe thinks Hur might have anticipated some backlash for not going after Biden with everything they’ve got. Can you believe the nerve of this guy? It’s clear that McCabe just can’t fathom the idea of not charging Biden, especially considering another special counsel, Jack Smith, had managed to secure a grand jury indictment against Hillary Clinton for violations of the Espionage Act. Talk about double standards!

To make matters worse, McCabe had the audacity to compare Hur’s report to Comey’s mishandling of Clinton’s email scandal during the 2016 presidential campaign. McCabe believes Comey violated Department of Justice policy by publicly criticizing Clinton without recommending charges. But let’s not forget that McCabe himself faced his fair share of controversy and was actually dismissed in 2018 after being accused of dishonesty regarding media leaks. It’s a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black.

All of this just goes to show the alleged politicization of law enforcement investigations. McCabe’s comments raise valid concerns about the consistency and impartiality of prosecutorial decisions, and how they impact public trust in our justice system. We demand fairness and accountability, not selective prosecutions and partisan games.

Now, as the fallout from Hur’s report continues to unravel, McCabe’s critique only adds fuel to the fire. It’s a stark reminder of the rampant corruption that seems to be lurking in the shadows of the Biden White House. With a likely rematch against the formidable Trump on the horizon, it’s clear that Biden has a lot to answer for. And let’s hope the truth finally comes out for the American people to see.

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