Ex-FBI Director Is Terrified Of Trump, Says Top Bureau Officials May Flee The Country If He Wins – EVOL

Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe claimed that several high-ranking FBI personnel are planning to flee the country if former President Donald Trump is re-elected in November.

McCabe, who now works as an analyst for CNN, told network host Kaitlin Collins that intelligence community members are worried they may be prosecuted for their participation in numerous hoaxes, such as the “Russian collusion” lie and the bogus letter that falsely labeled Hunter Biden’s laptop as “Russian disinformation” just ahead of the 2020 election.

“It’s terrifying. It’s frightening,” McCabe said. The former assistant director pointed to one of Trump’s rally quotes in which he claimed he will be “retribution” for disenfranchised American voters, predicting that it will culminate in “really dismantling and greatly incapacitating the Department of Justice and the FBI.”

When asked how Trump’s comments are received within the intelligence community, McCabe stated that it deeply worries them. He went on to say that he was told by former colleagues who worked under the Obama Administration that they’ve had “torturous discussions with their family members about whether or not they have to leave the country to avoid being unconstitutionally and illegally detained.”

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