The Parachute Is Not Made Of Gold

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reportedly considering firing corrupt FBI stooge Andrew McCabe mere days before he is set to retire.

The FBI determined in an internal review that former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe should be terminated, according to a report from The New York Times. That leaves Attorney General Jeff Sessions in charge of determining whether to fire McCabe, who is set to retire with full benefits on Sunday.

The FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility issued the recommendation after receiving information from Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz. The watchdog has been conducting an investigation of the bureau’s handling of the Clinton email investigation.

Horowitz has reportedly determined that McCabe encouraged FBI officials to speak to the media about an investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

In a perfect world, leaking details of a criminal investigation should not only be a fireable offense, but also an arrestable offense. We do not live in a perfect world, but I sincerely hope Sessions fires McCabe, and costs him his considerable pension.

9 thoughts on “The Parachute Is Not Made Of Gold

  1. Andy, Andy, Andy. The little lawyer that couldn’t. Never worked a patrol car. Never suffered through a month of midnight shifts chasing burglars and breaking up family fights. Law school to the FBI. And taken under the wing of Bob Mueller, the then FBI Director. Boston Bomber investigation: Andy was the main guy from D.C. running the job. Brilliant police work by the Feebs MISSED the previous investigation they had on the bombers and instead put out the photos of the terrorists to the public. The bad guys see themselves on TV and run. A young MIT cop gets in their way and they KILL him. Good job, Andy. Here’s a promotion for you. Thanks Director Bob. Benghazi: Once again little Andy is Bob’s guy to run the job. The crime scene was left open to the locals and the news media from 9/11 to 10/3. Too dangerous for Andy’s boys and girls to go there and detect. Lots of unarmed newsfolks made it but the heavily armed FBI kids didn’t think it safe enough. Of the dozens of terrorists that ransacked the consulate and the CIA annex, Andy, ace detective that he is, managed to arrest TWO in the past six years. Oh, and got another promotion from his sugar daddy, Bob Mueller. Sleep well, your FBI is out there protecting you and your family. Wouldn’t you just love to read little Andy’s text messages and e-mails from the 2016 election cycle?

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  2. I agree with RONNI50. Little Andy will retire with full benefits and then go on to write a book. Hilbag will offer to teach him all about the book business.


  3. Mike – I’m sure it would be stirring reading. The sad part is how far the FBI has fallen. I was never a huge fan of them after I joined the PPD, but they weren’t as openly political – and incompetent – as they are now.

    Ronni – I like Sessions, but you’re absolutely right; he has no spine.

    Cathy – She already taught him about the lying business.


  4. He won’t be out much of a pension if Sessions does fire him. Their pensions are pro-rated, meaning he will get 99.98 of full benefits if he was to be fired this late in his career.


    1. It depends on whether he is part of the CSRS (Civil Service Retirement System) or FERS (Federal Employees Retirement System). If he is vested under the old CSRS, it is a far better retirement for the employee (i.e. the golden parachute), but it is all or nothing. You get nothing until the first day you are eligible, unlike FERS, where it is all dependent upon your time in service. CSRS was done away with a long time ago, so it’s hard to say whether he’d be employed under that system or not, but if so and he gets fired, he loses everything. We can only hope.

      That said, I cannot imagine he’ll get fired. It’s all a big smoke screen for some reason or another that none of us understand. Hopefully he turns on the Clintons and Obamas and testifies against them. Of course, he’d need to be protected from Arkancide, which would probably be pretty tough to do. Again, we can only hope.


  5. Hope Sessions grows a pair. It’s encouraging that he came to CA recently and ripped Jerry Brown and his puppet AG Becerra a couple of new sphincters. Maybe he’s in a house-cleaning mood for the FBI too. Hope springs eternal.


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