Senate Hearing Offers All new Information About Russia and Comey

There was no clear winner in the recent Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, except maybe Andrew McCabe. All of the narratives from President Trump as well as democrats in congress and even the mainstream media were completely and utterly destroyed. McCabe stated that “There has been no effort to impede our investigation to date,” which is in directly conflict with what most democrats and the mainstream media were speculating. This was McCabe’s answer when Mark Rubio asked “Has the dismissal of Mr. Comey in any way impeded, interrupted, stopped, or negatively impact any of the investigations or any ongoing projects at the Federal Bureau of Investigation?”

McCabe also shot down any hope of a special investigator, which was exactly what democrats were clamoring for. Senator Lankford asked of McCabe, “Is it your impression at this point that the FBI is unable to complete the investigation in a fair and expeditious way because of the removal of Jim Comey?” McCabe replied by saying “it is my opinion and belief that the FBI will continue to pursue this investigation vigorously and completely.

Taking things a bit further, McCabe crushed the New York Times’ narrative that came about yesterday, implying that Comey was fired because of his request for a “significant increase” in funding for this probe into the connection between Russia and the Trump team.

The Senator asked “Can you confirm that the request was in fact made?” McCabe replied “I can not confirm that request was made. As you know, when we need resources, we make those requests here. I strongly believe that the Russia investigation is adequately resourced.

This hearing came as a shock to many who firmly believed that President Trump fired Comey because of the former FBI Director’s probe into the Russia-Trump team connection.