RICHMOND — Former Democrat Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe forced Colonel Tom Mulrine out of a state senate race in favor of Jill McCabe, wife of the Clinton-connected FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, whose Hatch Act violation is coming under scrutiny.
The colonel spoke about this at the Democrat party meeting in early 2016, right after the Jill McCabe election, which Democrat McCabe lost. McAullife-associated entities poured nearly $700,000 into McCabe’s failed campaign.
“The topic of discussion is the Virginia 2015 13th District State Senate race, where former Democratic primary candidate Tom Mulrine (a Leesburg VA Lawyer) alleges that then Gov. Terry McAuliffe forced him out of the race in favor of Jill McCabe,” said our tipster.
“Jill McCabe is the wife of fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe who oversaw both the Clinton Email scandal and Trump investigations.”
“The course of events described in the audio took place during the Clinton email investigations which Andrew McCabe was involved in overseeing — alleging an apparent conflict of interest both for Terry McAuliffe and the McCabes in retrospect,” the tipster said.
Colonel Mulrine took aim at McAuliffe directly.
“McAuliffe, the governor, decided who that candidate was going to be, despite the fact that I was assured I would have the support of the Loudoun County Democratic Committee. Now, it might sound like sour grapes. And you know what? It probably is,” Colonel Mulrine said in his remarks.
Mulrine explains how the candidate is supposed to be decided by Democrats in that district, but McAuliffe announced Jill McCabe at a speech in Richmond, instead. Mulrine cited the “boys in Richmond” wanting new Wal-Marts in the area, and people in the district not wanting their home county to be “paved over.”
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe violated his official recusal in the Hillary Clinton email case, according to the inspector general report released Thursday by Michael Horowitz.
McCabe’s links to Clinton are well documented, including the well-defined Hatch Act violation in which McCabe campaigned for his Clinton-connected candidate wife.
According to the Horowitz report:
Former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe: As we describe in Chapter Thirteen, in 2015, McCabe’s spouse, Dr. Jill McCabe, ran for a Virginia State Senate seat. During the campaign, Dr. McCabe’s campaign committee received substantial monetary and in-kind contributions, totaling $675,288 or approximately 40 percent of the total contributions raised by Dr. McCabe for her state senate campaign, from then Governor McAuliffe’s Political Action Committee (PAC) and from the Virginia Democratic Party. In addition, on June 26, 2015, Hillary Clinton was the featured speaker at a fundraiser in Virginia hosted by the Virginia Democratic Party and attended by Governor McAuliffe.
At the time his wife sought to run for state senate, McCabe was the Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office (WFO) and sought ethics advice from FBI ethics officials and attorneys. We found that FBI ethics officials and attorneys did not fully appreciate the potential significant implications to McCabe and the FBI from campaign donations to Dr. McCabe’s campaign. The FBI did not implement any review of campaign donations to assess potential conflicts or appearance issues that could arise from the donations. On this issue, we believe McCabe did what he was supposed to do by notifying those responsible in the FBI for ethics issues and seeking their guidance.
After McCabe became FBI Deputy Director in February 2016, McCabe had an active role in the supervision of the Midyear investigation, and oversight of the Clinton Foundation investigation, until he recused himself from these investigations on November 1, 2016. McCabe voluntarily recused himself on November 1, at Comey’s urging, as the result of an October 23 article in the Wall Street Journal identifying the substantial donations from McAuliffe’s PAC and the Virginia Democratic Party to Dr. McCabe.
With respect to these investigations, we agreed with the FBI’s chief ethics official that McCabe was not at any time required to recuse under the relevant authorities. However, voluntary recusal is always permissible with the approval of a supervisor or ethics official, which is what McCabe did on November 1. Had the FBI put in place a system for reviewing campaign donations to Dr. McCabe, which were public under Virginia law, the sizable donations from McAuliffe’s PAC and the Virginia Democratic Party may have triggered prior consideration of the very appearance concerns raised in the October 23 WSJ article. Finally, we also found that McCabe did not fully comply with this recusal in a few…
Marjorie Taylor Greene Plans to Introduce Articles of Impeachment Against President Biden ON DAY ONE
She’s citing Biden family corruption.
Georgia freshman Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is planning on introducing articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden the day after he’s inaugurated.
Greene made the announcement on Wednesday.
On January 21st, I’m filing Articles of Impeachment on President-elect @JoeBiden.
75 million Americans are fed up with inaction.
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) January 14, 2021
Greene is citing Biden family corruption, accusing Biden of standing by as his own relatives enriched themselves through business deals with foreign oligarchs, using the former Vice President’s family name.
Biden game-planned on messaging to dismiss his son Hunter’s involvement with corrupt Ukrainian oil company Burisma, receiving advice from the State Department while accusing the company’s oligarch owner of criminal activity. It didn’t occur to Biden to address the fact that his own son secured highly lucrative employment with Burisma until the topic became a point of political contention in the 2020 election.
Biden’s brother, Jim Biden, has also been accused of securing lucrative business deals in China under the auspices of the Biden family name. Biden has steadfastly refused to speak in detail about suspicious Biden family business dealings, even though he’s gone so far as to openly brag about securing the termination of a Ukrainian prosecutor investigating Hunter Biden and Burisma for laundering profits of the former state-owned enterprise.
Greene is demanding that Biden be held accountable for the de facto licensure of his family name in Ukraine, an international liability that far surpasses anything proven to be real through a lengthy investigation into Donald Trump’s supposed connections of Russia.
The articles of impeachment are doomed from the get-go, with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi assured to protect Biden from allegations of corruption and poor governance. However, the Democratic Party has been unable to resist turning the presidential impeachment process into a wholly partisan, reactionary affair, and may reap the whirlwinds of their decision if Republicans willing to hold the establishment politician accountable gain majorities in the House and the Senate.
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