Ex-FBI Chief Andrew McCabe: Deep State Agents Are ‘Terrified’ about Being Jailed by Trump

Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe has revealed that deep state operatives are panicking that President Donald Trump is going to lock them up when he returns to the White House.

McCabe told CNN that members of the deep state are “worried” about being thrown in jail if Trump wins the presidential election.

He revealed that the prospect is so “terrifying” that some are thinking about fleeing the United States.

“It’s terrifying, it’s frightening,” McCabe said.

“I have a lot of conversations with former colleagues, people who are or were in the intelligence and law enforcement community, and may have worked in the Obama administration.”

Trump has spent years railing against the intelligence community, which hatched an attempted coup during his presidency through the baseless Trump-Russia investigation.

McCabe was a central figure in the Trump-Russia probe.

The anti-Trump Russia Hoax was predicated on opposition research funded by the 45th president’s failed 2016 presidential election opponent Hillary Clinton.

A former FBI lawyer was sentenced to probation for manipulating evidence that was used to spy on Trump’s campaign.

However, no prominent FBI officials have been held to account for the scandal.

The anti-Trump corruption and lack of justice for those involved have deeply damaged public trust in federal law enforcement.

McCabe briefly led the FBI after Trump fired James Comey in 2017.

However, McCabe was himself fired for leaking information and then lying about it.

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McCabe eventually recovered his pension in a settlement with the government.

During a “60 Minutes” interview shortly after his firing, McCabe said he discussed forcing Trump out of power using the 25h Amendment.

He said he discussed the move with other deep state operatives after Comey’s firing.

McCabe segued into a job at CNN, joining a trend of left-wing former intelligence officials who have gone on to work in the anti-Trump cable news circuit.

In a recent hand-wringing interview with CNN, McCabe described mounting anxiety among intelligence officials about Trump’s presidential campaign.

He revealed that many are now panicking over the threat of Trump seeking retribution.

While seemingly trying to garner sympathy for the unelected traitors, McCabe explained that deep state operatives who tried to undermine Trump’s presidency are now living in fear of facing consequences for their actions.

McCabe described “torturous discussions with their family members about whether or not they have to leave the country to avoid being unconstitutionally and illegally detained.”

“I mean, people are actually worried about being thrown in jail or grabbed in some sort of extrajudicial detention,” he said.

When Trump talks about revenge, he means “dismantling and greatly incapacitating the Department of Justice and the FBI,” McCabe warned.

It’s clear from McCabe’s comments that he does not believe that the weaponized FBI or DOJ needs to reform or take accountability for past (and ongoing) abuses.

The relentless campaign to destroy Trump has only gotten worse since his presidency ended.

Trump is now facing jail time after being found guilty in a criminal trial that was led by politics.

During an interview with Sean Hannity, Trump said that he would have “every right” to give Democrats a taste of their own medicine.

However, he noted that the weaponization of justice “has to stop” or the country will unravel.

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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