Andrew McCabe’s Wife

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In late 2015, Jill McCabe, the wife of recently retired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, ran a failed campaign for a Virginia state senate seat. Her campaign received contributions totaling around $675,000 from the Virginia Democratic Party and a super PAC controlled by Democratic Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a longtime Clinton ally.

Jill McCabe lost the race months before her husband became involved in the Clinton email investigation. However, the fact remains that Andrew McCabe’s wife had been enabled to run for office by a close associate of Hillary Clinton.

An image of Kirstjen Nielsen Inspecting The U.S. - Mexican Border it's a sunny day and she is wearing dark sunglasses which really sets off her lite blonde hair, she has blue jeans on and a blue casual collared shirt, the image is from head to lower calf, there are 3 men one to her left and 2 behind, one is dressed in army camo clothing the other 2 are also dressed casually.

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen inspects the U.S. -Mexican Border.

As we mentioned earlier, the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has taken a recent interest in Andrew McCabe’s handling of the emails recovered from Anthony Weiner’s laptop in early October 2016.

Though FBI ethics officials failed to warn McCabe about potential conflicts of interest regarding his involvement in the investigation of Clinton’s emails, the OIG is investigating, among other things, whether certain FBI personnel tried to delay publicizing the emails until after the November 2016 election.[8]

Bruce Ohr’s Wife

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Bruce Ohr was the Department of Justice (DOJ) official who originally delivered the so-called “Russia dossier” to the FBI. Ohr was demoted in December 2017 for failing to inform the DOJ of his meetings with employees of Fusion GPS, the opposition research company that authored the dossier.

Bruce Ohr’s wife, Nellie Ohr, worked for Fusion GPS at the time the dossier was being formulated. Bruce Ohr failed to disclose this conflict of interest to the DOJ. According to Paul Kamenar, a Washington, DC, public policy lawyer, it is a federal crime to “knowingly and willfully” fail to file the required information on government ethics forms.[9]

The FBI went on to use the “Russia dossier” to help secure a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant to surveil at least one Trump campaign official in the run-up to the 2016 election.

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