SARA CARTER: McCabe May Have Issued ‘Stand-Down’ Order On FBI Hillary Clinton Email Investigation


by Cristina Laila, The Gateway Pundit:

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is in hot water.

The Inspector General recently issued a scathing report on McCabe revealing he ‘lacked candor’ (lied) several times, including under oath.

A new report by investigative journalist Sara Carter reveals McCabe may have given a ‘stand-down’ order on the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton.

Sara Carter reported:

Multiple former FBI officials, along with a Congressional official, say that while there may have been internal squabbling over the FBI’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation at the time, there was allegedly another “stand-down” order by McCabe regarding the opening of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of her private email for official government business.

McCabe’s stand-down order regarding Clinton’s private email use happened after The New York Times first reported Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules in March 2015 and before the official investigation was requested by the Justice Department toward the end of July 2015.

After The New York Times publication, the FBI Washington Field Office began investigating Clinton’s use of private emails and whether she was using her personal email account to transmit classified information. According to sources, McCabe was overseas when he became aware of the investigation and sent electronic communications voicing his displeasure with the agents.

“McCabe tried to steer people off the private email investigation and that appears to be obstruction and should be investigated,” said one former FBI official with knowledge of the circumstances surrounding the investigation. “Now if the information on the ‘stand-down’ order is obtained by the IG that could bring a whole lot of other troubles to McCabe.”

Andrew McCabe didn’t recuse himself from Hillary’s email investigation until ONE WEEK before the election.

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