Last night as everyone was preparing for their weekend, Attorney General Jeff Sessions (likely following orders) fired retiring Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. McCabe left his position in January but was due to retire with full pension on Sunday. However, having been fired he has lost said pension after 21 years of service to this country. Many people cannot claim to have served our country for so long, including President Bone Spurs.
Sessions' reason were, unsurprisingly, vague. But chief among them was "lack of candor" during Congressional testimony with regards to his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Now, if Jeff Sessions wants to fire the guy and rob him of his retirement savings to help President Oompa Loompa settle a personal score and keep his own job (for another week), go ahead. If he wants to fire him to help further impede the investigation into Russia and join Congressman David Nunes in obstructing justice, go ahead. If he wants to fire the guy just because he doesn't like the color of his socks, go ahead!
But maybe the man who repeatedly told Congress like a broken record "I do not recall" whenever he was asked about contacts with Russia should have used a different reason other than lack of candor to fire one of his subordinates.
Just saying, that's all.