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DEMOCRATS TOLD TO BRACE FOR RELEASE OF IG REPORT; INDICTMENT ARRESTS TO FOLLOW
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Democrats in high ranking positions have been told to brace for the release of the IG report which is said to be followed by arrests and indictments. Sources on the ground report increased international departures from Dulles air port with high level former Democrat administration officials on board. The sources were unable to verify destinations.
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US Marshalls reportedly in route to prevent departures of those named in sealed indictments from leaving the jurisdiction.
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link?

"The man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them, inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false." ~Thomas Jefferson
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RE: DEMOCRATS TOLD TO BRACE FOR RELEASE OF IG REPORT; INDICTMENT ARRESTS TO FOLLOW
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-16-2018 04:01 PM)
Democrats in high ranking positions have been told to brace for the release of the IG report which is said to be followed by arrests and indictments. Sources on the ground report increased international departures from Dulles air port with high level former Democrat administration officials on board. The sources were unable to verify destinations.

interesting. that post used all of the correct words. very interesting.
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Former F.B.I. Deputy Director Is Faulted in Scathing Inspector General Report
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/13/us/po...eport.html


By Adam Goldman and Nicholas Fandos

April 13, 2018
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department inspector general delivered to Congress on Friday a scathing report that accused Andrew G. McCabe, the former F.B.I. deputy director, of violating the federal law enforcement agency’s media policy and then repeatedly misleading investigators about his actions.

The inspector general found that Mr. McCabe, 50, had lacked candor on four occasions when questioned by investigators and faulted his decision to authorize the disclosure of information to a reporter with The Wall Street Journal in October 2016 as self-serving.

In a point-by-point rebuttal of the report, Mr. McCabe said that he had full authorization to share this information with the news media as deputy director and that he did not intentionally mislead investigators. He also argued that his decision to release information about an investigation into the financial dealings of the Clinton Foundation was justified and in the public’s interest.

Mr. McCabe, a 21-year F.B.I. veteran, was fired in March after Attorney General Jeff Sessions rejected an appeal that would have let him retire with a full government pension.

At the time, Mr. Sessions said that Mr. McCabe had repeatedly shown a lack of candor under oath. Mr. McCabe disputed that, saying his firing was meant to undermine the special counsel investigation being led by Robert S. Mueller III, and to discredit him as a witness.

The report’s release, which had been anticipated for months, comes at a time when the F.B.I. and the Justice Department are under intense scrutiny by Republicans on Capitol Hill and by President Trump for their continuing investigation of possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia. Mr. Trump, who considers the Russia investigation a “witch hunt,” has fumed in recent days after an F.B.I. raid of his personal lawyer’s office and hotel room in New York.

The inspector general’s report also provides the president and his allies with a convenient counterpoint to a new memoir by James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director Mr. Trump fired last May. The book, “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership,” is scheduled to be released on Tuesday, but details began to trickle out Thursday night, including pointed criticisms of Mr. Trump.

On Friday afternoon, Mr. Trump, who has sought to tarnish the reputation of his investigators, pounced on the report on Mr. McCabe, calling it a “total disaster.”

“He LIED! LIED! LIED! McCabe was totally controlled by Comey - McCabe is Comey!! No collusion, all made up by this den of thieves and lowlifes!” he wrote on Twitter.

Michael R. Bromwich, a lawyer for Mr. McCabe, replied to the president’s tweet, writing in one of his own that his client was considering filing a defamation suit. “Stay tuned,” he wrote.

The inspector general report was unsparing in its assessment of Mr. McCabe. The review accused Mr. McCabe of lacking candor when he spoke to Mr. Comey shortly after the October 2016 article was published, when he spoke with F.B.I. investigators and then in two conversations with investigators for the inspector general.

Lack of candor, or knowingly providing false information, is a fireable offense at the F.B.I.

The inspector general said that when investigators asked whether Mr. McCabe had instructed a pair of aides to provide information in October 2016 to Devlin Barrett, then a Wall Street Journal reporter, Mr. McCabe said he did not authorize the disclosure and did not know who did.

Mr. McCabe subsequently said he approved the F.B.I.’s contact with the reporter, according to the review.

The newspaper article delved into a dispute between F.B.I. and Justice Department officials over how to proceed in the investigation into the Clinton Foundation. It revealed a meeting during which Justice Department officials declined to authorize subpoenas or grand jury activity. The article said that some F.B.I. agents thought that Mr. McCabe had slowed the investigation.

But The Journal, citing anonymous sources including “one person close to Mr. McCabe,” detailed a tense conversation with a senior Justice Department official in which Mr. McCabe insisted that the F.B.I. had the authority to press ahead with the investigation.

The inspector general concluded that that engagement initiated by Mr. McCabe had not been justified under the media policy of the F.B.I. and Justice Department and constituted misconduct.
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McCabe reportedly said “if I go down you all go down”, and he has apparently made good.
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New inspector general report points to recurring government problems
Michael E. Horowitz, Justice Department inspector general and chair of the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency. (Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post)
In an operation as large as Uncle Sam’s, it is inevitable that mistakes will be made, inefficiencies will happen and problems will develop.

But why do the same issues come up over and over and over?

A new report by the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) doesn’t answer that question, but for the first time it does provide a guide to the most common concerns that cut across agency lines. The council represents inspectors general, the officials who work inside and for federal agencies, yet whose investigative responsibilities require them to be independent of agency leadership.

The report, being released at a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing Wednesday, catalogues the seven “top management and performance challenges” cited by 61 inspectors general (IG). Those challenges are information technology security and management, performance management and accountability, human capital management, financial management, procurement management, facilities maintenance and grant management.

Temporary funding measures and “complying with hiring freezes result in budget uncertainties, delayed hiring actions, and overworked agency staffs.” The Pentagon’s inspector general “reported that the lack of funding or time for training presents a serious concern for the military’s ability to remain a ready force.” Notably, the section on human capital management does not indicate that agencies need the ability to fire feds faster, which has been the focus of much attention by congressional and White House Republicans.
Because of procurement management problems, the $500 billion in contracts the federal government had in fiscal 2017 could be “at increased risk for fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement.”
Some agencies have “deteriorating infrastructure that may cause substandard working conditions for staff.” For example, only half of the Energy Department’s facilities were considered “functionally adequate.”
“Our Inspectors General (IG) continually prove to be one of Congress’s best investments, recovering billions of taxpayer dollars annually,” Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), chairman of the oversight committee, wrote in an email. “Their work is vital to independent oversight and they play a key role in addressing systemic issues within our government.”

Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (Md.), the top Democrat on the panel, also praised IGs, but used the report to prod the Republican controlled committee to do more vigorous oversight of the Trump administration.

In his opening statement to the hearing, Cummings quoted the report, saying “’many OIGs reported that their agencies faced challenges related to their agency’s culture, including ethical lapses, lack of accountability, lack of fiscal responsibility, lack of transparency and communication, resistance to change, and low morale.’”

“These findings are deeply troubling, and they warrant rigorous and sustained oversight from this committee,” Cummings added.

Yet even as inspectors general have widespread support, there have been a number of long-standing IG vacancies under Republican and Democratic administrations. There are 14 vacancies, according to the Project on Government Oversight. The number of days vacant, as of Tuesday, ranged from 137 at the Department of Homeland Security to 3,340 at Interior. Now there is one more — the IG position at the Government Publishing Office became vacant last month.

Vacancies can hinder the ability of inspector general offices to probe problems within agencies, and even among top agency leaders.

“It is not a job designed to make us popular,” Glenn A. Fine, the Defense Department’s acting inspector general, said in testimony submitted to the committee. He is “performing the duties of the inspector general” because that office in the Pentagon, with 1,700 employees and contractors, has been empty for 830 days.


Columnist Joe Davidson covers federal government issues in the Federal Insider, formerly the Federal Diary. Davidson previously was an assistant city editor at The Washington Post and a Washington and foreign correspondent with the Wall Street Journal, where he covered federal agencies and political campaigns. Follow @JoeDavidsonWP
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C'mon people. Post your damn links for every article.

"The man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them, inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false." ~Thomas Jefferson
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lol if you cant reverse search out tharticle by yourself........Rofl


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powe...edirect=on
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So all these stories are a month old?

"The man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them, inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false." ~Thomas Jefferson
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Tommy Pastrami  Wrote: (05-16-2018 04:21 PM)
So all these stories are a month old?

As a matter of policy, we no longer respond to registered users who’s name ends with a vowel.chuckle
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Tommy Pastrami  Wrote: (05-16-2018 04:21 PM)
So all these stories are a month old?

yup. looks like a nothing burger.

i cant find anything other than a month old stuff.

heres another old one.

http://thefederalist.com/2018/04/16/ig-r...justified/

just redate this thread and put it back in April, where it belongs.
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John Kerry already Ran Away to FRANCE! Lmao
Looks like he is Begging the Iranians for asylum.

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They were probably all getting a cut of that $150 billion in cash Obama sent to Iran along with a percentage of Kerry's south american drug cartel deals.

I don't know if we'll ever see any arrests from all this clearly criminal behavior in our government but I guess it would be nice to just see it stop.
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RE: DEMOCRATS TOLD TO BRACE FOR RELEASE OF IG REPORT; INDICTMENT ARRESTS TO FOLLOW
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-16-2018 05:01 PM)
They were probably all getting a cut of that $150 billion in cash Obama sent to Iran along with a percentage of Kerry's south american drug cartel deals.

I don't know if we'll ever see any arrests from all this clearly criminal behavior in our government but I guess it would be nice to just see it stop.
They have ROBBED 20 Trillion Dollars From the AMERICAN People!
They have All the MONEY they Need to start a NEW COUNTRY!

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