PUBLISHED: 6:27 PM 26 Dec 2017

BREAKING: Top FBI Official Has Plans Leaked, 2018 Grows Larger As Agenda Unveiled

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has come under fire from Congressional committees recently.

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has come under fire from Congressional committees recently.

Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has revealed plans to retire in early 2018. This is crucial timing as the midterm elections are looming and growing closer with every day. Over the weekend, President Trump chided the FBI official over twitter.

After months of being reprimanded by members of congress, McCabe has made plans to retire from the highest law enforcement agency in the land. He has under 90 days left until he retires with fill benefits.

President Trump tweeted out that McCabe is running out the clock before his retirement in 90 days. In the same tweet the President calls out McCabe for participating in his wife’s political campaign. The same campaign that received thousands of dollars in donations from the Clinton political machine.

During the time of the fund raising, Hillary Clinton was under investigation for her improper use of an independent email server. The investigation originally concluded the former Secretary of State performed no illegal activity but rather acted with extreme carelessness.

The closed investigation has been marred recently. Top officials held in high regard headed the inquiry into Hillary Clinton. Information given to Congress shows the deputy director scheming to act in treason with his underlings against the president elect.

Showing a clear bias against a political campaign, the same officials who colluded against the will of the people also happen to be the same people who worked on other nationally critical investigations. The same lawyers and agents assigned to work with General Mike Flynn, also provided the Russia dossier to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) established warrant courts.

Speculation has begun to grow about the integrity of the agents working on cases related to the former campaign nominees. Andrew McCabe and company had a hand in helping to edit and reword former director James Comey’s memo exonerating the former first lady. Conjecture would tell us that the FBI is acting in a partisan fashion that undermines the authority of the people in the United States of America.

On Tuesday, deputy director Andrew McCabe was interviewed in a closed session by the House Intelligence Committee. The committee is conducting an investigation into meddling in the 2016 election.

The House Judiciary and House Oversight Committees questioned Andrew McCabe on Thursday behind closed doors. The committees are examining the process in which the federal agency conducted the investigation of the email server.

President Trump tweeted earlier this month concerning the reputation of the FBI. The president mentioned the reputation of the bureau is in tatters. Public confidence has hit an all-time low in the agency. Characters such as Andrew McCabe, his pal Jim Comey, Peter Strzok and Bill Priestap have worked to create an independent department and an unelected shadow government.

A couple months after the dismissal of James Comey in May, the president tweeted at his attorney general. President Trump asked why Attorney General Jeff Sessions refused to fire the deputy director. The FBI, as part of the Justice Department, reports to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

Rosenstein himself took questions from the House Judiciary Committee earlier this month. Rosenstein is overseeing the special counsel probe into Russian collusion headed by Robert Mueller. During the panel Rosenstein denied knowing about any partisan behavior from any of his subordinates.

When asked directly about Zebley, Strzok, Paige, Ohr, Rhee, Quarles, and Weissman the deputy attorney general claimed the agents were experienced and qualified in their field. He made no comment on the secretive text messages and emails exchanged between them referring to themselves as Dumbledore’s army.

After a correspondence came to light, it became clear that the deputy director of the bureau was meeting with staff working on high profile cases. During one of these meetings, a comment was made referencing an insurance plan incase ‘he’ wins. ‘He’ being Donald Trump and the insurance plan can be inferred as the Steele Dossier.

The dates of events seem to match as payment for the Russian dossier was secured and FISA warrants were issued. An ex british intelligence member met with Senator McCain (R-Az) who delivered the fabricated information to Peter Strzok who in turn acquired wiretaps on Mike Flynn and the president elect.

Amidst mounting criticism and growing concern over a partisan coup, Andrew McCabe is looking to resign shortly after he gets a full payout of his federal benefits from his government job. If the deputy director can stave off being fired until March, he will walk away having led a coordinated effort against the president and will receive a full pension for his efforts.