Over the last few days, I've been adding to the "Timeline of Treason", an exhaustively documented spreadsheet outlining the contours of what may be the greatest political scandal in American history.
But, in all seriousness, Obama always did admire the likes of Castro and Chavez. So why wouldn't he emulate their techniques?
But, I digress. Here are some key observations and questions after review of the timeline related specifically to FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, which should be posed by the FBI Inspector General as well as the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.
In March of 2015, news that Hillary Clinton used a private email server for all State Department business broke in The New York Times. Within a week, Clinton associate Terry McCauliffe had already met with FBI official Andrew McCabe's wife Jill, encouraging her to run for the Virginia State Senate.
In July of 2015, the FBI opened a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server and her gross mishandling of classified information. At that time, who headed up the FBI's DC office that would take point on the investigation? That would be none other than Andrew McCabe.
Within weeks of this criminal referral, close associates of Clinton donated approximately $700,000 to the State Senate campaign of McCabe's wife, Jill. This represented almost half of all of the donations to her campaign.
So did McCabe recuse himself from the Clinton investigation? No. For more than a year, McCabe played a central role in the unwarranted exoneration of Clinton -- going so far as to email colleagues that she would receive an "HQ special" (ie., extra-legal lenient treatment).
In fact, McCabe did not recuse himself from the investigation until the week before the election.
It looks dirty. It smells dirty. It is dirty.
Related: A Timeline of Treason. Please offer observations on the timeline in the comments and I will definitely credit you for any insights I use.