Mark Levin just took fired FBI agent Andrew McCabe to the wood shed! In a classic rant, Levin broke down the every aspect of the firing of McCabe. He had the best take on the breaking Washington Post article from fired FBI agent Andrew McCabe. Levin said it’s pretty funny that the guy who leaked and ok’d leaks during his time at the FBI, is now upset because he found out he was fired from a CNN report.

Levin went off on McCabe’s effort to look like the victim when it was McCabe’s own actions that got him fired from the FBI.

MARK LEVIN WAS ON FIRE TONIGHT: THE ENTIRE SHOW IS WORTH THE TIME BUT LEVIN TALKS ABOUT MCCABE AT THE 57:20 POINT:

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McCabe tries to continue the narrative that it was Trump who fired him. Levin set the record straight that it was NOT President Trump who fired McCabe!

In the article McCabe describes waiting to be fired. He gives the full drama queen narrative…

“SICK TO MY STOMACH”

Despite all the preparation for the worst-case scenario, I still felt disoriented and sick to my stomach. Around 10 p.m., a friend called to tell me that CNN was reporting that I had been fired. She read me the attorney general’s statement.

McCabe should have thought about the repercussions of his actions:

So, after two decades of public service, I found out that I had been fired in the most disembodied, impersonal way — third-hand, based on a news account. Shortly after getting word, I noticed an email from a Justice Department official in my work account, telling me that I had been “removed from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the civil service.”

McCabe again denies that he showed “lack of candor”––the reason recommended for his firing––and says, “At worst, I was not clear in my responses, and because of what was going on around me may well have been confused and distracted — and for that I take full responsibility. But that is not a lack of candor. And under no circumstances could it ever serve as the basis for the very public and extended humiliation of my family and me that the administration, and the president personally, have engaged in over the past year.”

AT THIS POINT, MCCABE REALLY PLAYS THE VICTIM:

I was sad, but not surprised, to see that such unhinged public attacks on me would continue into my life after my service to the FBI. President Trump’s cruelty reminded me of the days immediately following the firing of James B. Comey, as the White House desperately tried to push the falsehood that people in the FBI were celebrating the loss of our director. The president’s comments about me were equally hurtful and false, which shows that he has no idea how FBI people feel about their leaders.

“EVEN IF A PRESIDENT DECIDES TO ATTACK YOU…:

He ends by talking about his career at the FBI and praising the people he’s worked with, saying, “Fear not. Set the headlines aside and give in to what draws you to this work. The country needs you… It is the best job you will ever have. Even if a president decides to attack you and your family. Even if you get fired on a Friday night, one day from your retirement.”

You can read the full op-ed here.

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