Several recent bombshells have revealed there was plot at the highest levels of the FBI to use the Russia investigation to destroy Donald Trump.

Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe was at the heart of this speculation.

Now this anti-Trump FBI agent just found out he is in deep trouble.

McCabe found himself in the eye of the storm when text messages from FBI agent Peter Strzok and the agent he was having an affair with discussed a conversation in his office about an “insurance policy” against Trump.

This was later revealed to have meant the Russia investigation.

He was called to testify before the House Intelligence Committee and it only went downhill from there.

McCabe could not explain what the FBI had corroborated on the Fusion GPS Trump-Russia dossier about a trip campaign aide Carter Page took to Moscow.

The only problem with that was the trip was already public knowledge before the dossier was compiled.

Things got so bad for McCabe that Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley demanded he be fired.

Sensing the wolves were at the gate, McCabe leaked word he was going to retire in March when he accumulated enough government service to leech a full pension off the taxpayers.

The Washington Post reports:

Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s deputy director who has been the target of Republican critics for more than a year, plans to retire in a few months when he becomes fully eligible for pension benefits, according to people familiar with the matter.

McCabe spent hours in Congress this past week, facing questions behind closed doors from members of three committees. Republicans said they were dissatisfied with his answers; Democrats called it a partisan hounding.

McCabe, 49, holds a unique position in the political firestorm surrounding the FBI . He was former director James B. Comey’s right-hand man, a position that involved him in most of the FBI’s actions that vex President Trump and in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state, a matter that still riles Democrats.

 McCabe won’t become eligible for his full pension until early March. People close to him say he plans to retire as soon as he hits that mark. “He’s got about 90 days, and some of that will be holiday time. He can make it,’’ one said.”

Trump roasted McCabe for holding off retirement until he could maximize his taxpayer funded retirement.

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