Not A Crime To Lie To FBI If You Work There Mark Megahan February 14, 2020 Government Corruption, Law Enforcement, Liberal Agenda 6 You Might Like Lying to federal agents is supposed to be a crime, but it isn’t if you work for the bureau. According to a bombshell decision the Attorney General dropped on the public Friday, it’s perfectly fine to lie to the FBI if you work there. Deep state mole Andrew McCabe completely walked away from all penalties after leaking information to the press and lying to investigators about it. The American public is stunned. He didn’t even get his wrist slapped. Lying to federal agents is designated as a crime Unlike the bogus impeachment “charges” smearing President Donald Trump, which couldn’t be defined as crimes, this one is. Title 18 Section 1001 of of the United States Code, prohibits knowingly and willfully making false or fraudulent statements, or concealing information, to federal investigators. Even “denying guilt” when asked by a federal agent is a crime. High profile people have done jail time for it, including Martha Stewart, Michael Flynn, and Scooter Libby. But not Andrew McCabe. Attorney General William Barr just put an asterisk next to that law. It now says *unless you work for the Federal Bureau of Instigation. Unless you work for the FBI The Department of Injustice sent a letter off to McCabe’s attorneys stating that the two year old case is closed, without a single word of explanation. CNN was quick to plaster the entire document all over the internet and get McCabe in front of the cameras to gloat. The whole thing spans a single paragraph. Some say this is the real crime, the murder of American justice. “We write to inform you that, after careful consideration, the government has decided not to pursue criminal charges against your client, Andrew G. McCabe, arising from the referral by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) to our Office of conduct described in OIG’s April 13, 2018, report entitled “A Report of Investigation of Certain Allegations Relating to Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.” Based on the totality of the circumstances and all of the information known to the Government at this time, we consider the matter closed. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.” Remember kids, if you want to lie to the FBI it's important you work for the FBI. Otherwise you'll get in big trouble. https://t.co/Glja6Vjlii — Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) February 14, 2020 Political historian Drew McCoy was quick to point out the hypocrisy on Twitter. “Remember kids, if you want to lie to the FBI it’s important you work for the FBI. Otherwise you’ll get in big trouble.” 6 Responses walter metzger February 16, 2020 He should account for his actions Reply Paul February 16, 2020 It is illegal to lie to FBI but OK for FBI to lie to judges. You cannot lie to congress but they can lie to the tax payer. Yep seems fair to me, not. Reply DOJ Favoritism ‘Actively Undermining’ Trump February 16, 2020 […] get out of jail free card, James Comey skated away, now it’s Andrew McCabe’s turn for a free pass. Attorney General William Barr declined to press any charges at all against Comey’s former […] Reply marc February 16, 2020 AG Barr, if you let this scumbag go, we know you are counterfeit as well… a lie is a LIE, scumbag? It’s time for you go, Trump needs to axe you. BARR, YOU ARE CORRUPT and the people don’t NEED you. There is no point in going on with AG Barr if he allows lies, what a little bitch… is there such a thing as an honest lawyer, AG BARR? Are you honest, AG BARR? Not with the statement, “Not A Crime To Lie To FBI If You Work There?” Barr is covering for someone… it should be the end of this Attorney General who accepts lying as OK… Reply Rodger Shull February 18, 2020 Someday this smug sorry POS SOB, with have it all come back and BITE him HARD on his A$$.. Might be not soon enough and to late for any REAL DEAL justice. But some is better than none. Reply Martin Shaw February 20, 2020 Hopefully he will see Prison for FISA abuse. The violation has proven evidence. The AMERICAN people must have equal justice. Failure to prosecute the guilty will destroy our faith in government. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.