Judicial Watch: McCabe ‘Used FBI Resources’ For His Democrat Wife’s Campaign
In a statement about the abrupt resignation on Monday of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Judicial Watch noted that it had “uncovered documents months ago that should have triggered Mr. McCabe’s removal,” that the FBI was still stonewalling on releasing McCabe’s text messages, and that other documents confirm “that McCabe used FBI resources for his wife’s campaign.”
Dr. Jill McCabe, a liberal Democrat, ran for a Virginia senate seat in 2015. She announced her run in March 2015, “the same month it was revealed that Mrs. Clinton had used a private server as secretary of state to send and receive government emails,” reported the Wall Street Journal.
In late 2015, Jilll McCabe received $675,288 in payments from two different PACs, one run by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a long-time ally of Bill and Hillary Clinton, and another in which McAuliffe exerts much control.