The lead investigator for a political watchdog is not ready to jump on the media bandwagon speculation that one of the central figures in the Hillary Clinton scandal will soon be indicted.
According to The New York Times, federal authorities are mulling over whether to prosecute former FBI acting director Andrew McCabe (pictured). The newspaper reported that McCabe's legal team met with Justice Department officials last week and that McCabe reportedly has a "target on his back."
Yet many observers remain leery the DOJ will decide to move forward with charges.
Chris Farrell, director of investigations and research for Judicial Watch, says he is very skeptical about a forthcoming indictment.
“I think that eventually you'll see cases brought before a grand jury and that there'll be indictments,” he predicts, “but it won't be for sort of the nickel and dime stuff, the smaller things about leaking or releasing information. It will be about a larger seditious conspiracy to attack the president and overthrow the election."
Farrell tells OneNewsNow he is confident Attorney General Bill Barr will do the right thing, starting with the appointment of U.S. Attorney John Durham to investigate.
“I think Durham has a much larger task in front of him,” Ferrell observes, “so I'm reluctant to jump on this press bandwagon.”