Republican Rep. Jim Jordan said he’s glad Andrew McCabe is out at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and accused him of being in league with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Tuesday on “Fox & Friends.”
“It is kind of interesting. The FBI director goes and views the memo. The next day Andrew McCabe announces he’s leaving. I’m glad he’s gone,” Jordan said.
“This is a guy who with his wife Jill McCabe who ran for state senate meets with Terry McAuliffe, Clinton’s biggest supporter when they are investigating Clinton, the whole Clinton investigation, but more importantly he meets with Terry McAuliffe when Terry McAuliffe is under investigation,” Jordan continued. “This is the FBI. The premier law enforcement agency. You are supposed to be the referee. You are supposed to be impartial and, yet, here he goes and meets with McAuliffe.”
“And never forget Jill McCabe got half a million dollars in her campaign,” Jordan added.
Jordan also said he “suspected the fix was in” with the Clinton investigation and the recent FBI text messages confirmed those suspicions.
“We suspected the fix was in before the text messages. Once we got them, we know the fix was,” he concluded. “Think about it. Those same people, the fix was in on the Clinton investigation, they were then the ones who started and ran the Russia Trump investigation. And anyone with common sense is going to say wait a minute, what’s going on here? When you look at some of the text messages and see the bias that exists there, this is a problem.”
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