FBI's Strzok on Democrat Jill McCabe's Loss: Loudoun County Is 'Still Largely Ignorant Hillbillys'

By Michael W. Chapman | February 7, 2018 | 1:07pm EST
FBI counterintelligence officer
Peter Strzok and his mistress,
FBI attorney Lisa Page. (YouTube)

(CNSNews.com) -- In its investigation of the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal and the FBI's alleged wrongdoing in the matter, the Senate Homeland Security Committee today released a report and hundreds of phone texts between two senior FBI agents who were involved in an adulterous affair and who desperately wanted Hillary Clinton to defeat Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. 

Among the many revelations in the phone texts, an exchange from November 2015 shows that the two agents wanted Jill McCabe, a leftist Democrat and wife of then-Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, to win her Virginia State Senate race against conservative Richard Black.

When she lost, and although the McCabes live in Loudoun County, Va., the FBI's deputy assistant director of counterintelligence, Peter Strzok, texted to his mistress Lisa Page, a senior FBI attorney, that the political race was "disappointing" and added that Loudoun County is "still largely ignorant hillbillys."

Campaign picture for Dr. Jill McCabe -- seen here with her husabnd, the former 
Deputy Director of the FBI, and their two children. (YouTube) 

Loudoun County in 2017 was ranked by Forbes magazine as the No. 1 richest county in the United States.  The median household income is $125,900, "tops in the nation." 

The top employers are Dulles Airport, the Department of Homeland Security and the Loudoun County Public Schools. In addition, reported Forbes, Loudoun County "houses a large amount of technology companies and data centers -- up to 70% of the world's Internet traffic flows through Loudoun's data centers each day."

In a text to Strzok on Nov. 4, 2015, at 11:17:02 PM, after the Virginia elections, Lisa Page wrote, "[Redacted] lost. What a f-ing disappointment." At 11:27:43 she also texted, "52/47. I'm really so disappointed. What is wrong with people?"

(Black beat McCabe 52% to 47% in Loudoun County.)

Ex-FBI Director James Comey, ex-Deputy FBI Director
Andrew McCabe, and top FBI counterintelligence officer
Peter Strzok.  (YouTube) 













Strzok replied at 11:48:51 PM that same night, "[Redacted B) I saw. Disappointing, but look at the district map. Loudoun is being gentrified, but it's still largely ignorant hillbillys. Good for her for running, but curious if she's energized or never again." 

According to Merriam-Webster, the plural of "hillbilly" is "hillbillies" -- not hillbillys.

Dr. Jill McCabe, a pediatrician, is married to Andrew McCabe, who was forced out of the FBI on Jan. 29, 2018.

Jill McCabe announced her run against Richard Black in March 2015, "the same month it was revealed that Mrs. Clinton had used a private server as secretary of state to send and receive government emails," reported the Wall Street Journal. 

In late 2015, Jilll McCabe received $675,288 in payments from two different PACs, one run by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a long-time ally of Bill and Hillary Clinton, and another in which McAuliffe exerts much control. (McCabes third largest donor was Planned Parenthood Va, which gave her $168,675. McCabe also received funding from Emily's List and the pro-LGBT Human Rights Campaign.) 

In February 2016, Andrew McCabe became deputy diretor of the FBI, the number two man under then-FBI Director James Comey.  As deputy director, McCabe was part of the FBI executive team overseeing the investigation of Hillary Clinton's illicit use of a private email server. Andrew McCabe did not recuse himself from the Clinton investigation until one week before the November 2016 presidential election.


The day after Andrew McCabe left the FBI, the government watchdog group Judicial Watch reported that, "despite massive contributions from Clinton ally Terence McAuliffe to his wife’s 2015 political campaign, McCabe did not recuse himself from the Clinton email investigation until just a week before the 2016 presidential election. Judicial Watch also forced out documents that show that McCabe used FBI resources for his wife’s campaign."

Among other things, those documents show "repeated use of the official FBI email system in connection with Mrs. McCabe’s political campaign," said Fitton.  For example: "On March 13, 2015, Mrs. McCabe emails to her husband’s official FBI email account a draft press release announcing her run for state Senate.

"In August 2015, McCabe uses his official FBI email account to advise a redacted recipient to visit his wife’s campaign website: 'Jill has been busy as hell since she decided to run for VA state senate (long story). Check her out on Facebook as Dr. Jill McCabe for Senate.'

Phone text exchange between FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI attorney Lisa Page
on Nov. 4, 2015. (Source: Committee on Homeland Security and 
Governmental Affairs, Feb. 7, 2018) 

"On November 2, 2015, Mrs. McCabe forwards an email to her husband – then the Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Washington Office – that accuses her opponent of extorting local businessmen. The email was sent to her husband’s official FBI account."

Judicial Watch further reported  "an October 2016 letter from House Government Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz to McCabe questioning a possible conflict of interest by noting that [Hillary] Clinton headlined a Virginia fundraiser on June 26, 2015, for Mrs. McCabe. 'A significant amount was donated after the FBI had initiated its investigation and begun meeting with Secretary Clinton’s attorneys in August 2015.'"


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