They’re Baa-aaaack !!

Obama Intel, Making Stazi Great Again !!


[…]  Normally intercepts of U.S. officials and citizens are some of the most tightly held government secrets. This is for good reason. Selectively disclosing details of private conversations monitored by the FBI or NSA gives the permanent state the power to destroy reputations from the cloak of anonymity. This is what police states do.

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231 Responses to They’re Baa-aaaack !!

  1. SamSteel says:

    Sunlight shining soon.

  2. One thing I took away from the daily presser today. When asked if and what Trump would do with respect to the leaks, Spicer said something like (paraphrasing) “You know that President Trump never telegraphs his moves as a matter of policy like other administrations”. There may have been even the faintest smile. Notwithstanding his facial expression, I had the distinct impression that this very question was discussed in advance with Spicer being prepped to provide that answer.

    I can’t see Trump not hitting back twice as hard.

    • rsanchez1990 says:

      “There may have been even the faintest smile.”

      Throw John Brennan’s stupid smirk back into his stupid face. President Trump will have the last laugh.

    • Aparition42 says:

      Here’s a thought. If President Trump just walked in and started trying to fire everyone, they’d be political martyrs thrown out unfairly by the authoritarian everyone claimed Trump to be. Now, they’re not just able to be fired but prosecuted. Let the Leftists try to defend illegally wiretapping their political opponents. Can anyone say Watergate?

      • WSB says:

        Trump is a counter puncher. What people need to understand is that counter punching occurs in every aspect of life.

      • trapper says:

        Putting pieces into position, setting the bait, tempting his opponents with the sacrificial pieces, and watching as they take them. Once they figure out his moves it will be too late.

        It reminds me of the story of a hunter tracking a bear. At one point he noticed there were human tracks next to the bear tracks. Thinking there was another hunter following the bear, he kept following until in a flash of horror he realized the tracks were his. The bear had circled around behind, and was tracking him.

    • Fe says:

      I remember Trump saying he hits back 10x harder

  3. Pam says:

    Yep. This hit job was planned well in advance of Obama leaving office. Anyone remember his final speech in Chicago? He was basically telling his supporters to continue doing what they were doing the entire 18 months of Trump’s campaign with the riots, protests, and such. There is no way president Trump will take this lying down.

    • jessinwis says:

      I’m a little disturbed by Obama’s Organizing for Action committee being promoted in the shadow of the White House, publicized here on his website: If his goal is to help people be treated fairly, power to him. But if his goal is to encourage sedition against our government, and to foment hatred, it would really piss me off. Why doesn’t he go back to Chicago to effect change where it is desperately needed–in the streets terrorized by gangs.

      • Artist says:

        “If his goal is to help people be treated fairly…”
        !!!!!?????? Are you kidding? Do you for a nanosecond believe that?
        It is obvious that the point is to disseminate Alinsky trained mobs to disrupt and demonstrate and take down the President.
        The fraudulent megalomaniac bho is the same twisted terrorist and community activist he was when he used dirty tactics against Alice Palmer to win his first State Senate seat.

    • That’s why he was so joyfully splashing in the ocean…like a splash in our face…he knew this was going down while he was getting sucked off by his favorite billionaire…an old white man.

  4. NYGuy54 says:

    That was a great column by Eli Lake who was also very good on Hannity’s show.

    • robertnotsowise says:

      tv show or radio?

    • ALEX says:

      I saw that. I avoid the cable usually and only have it because the wife wants it, but he was good…Someone mentioned what the reaction would have been if Kerrys phone calls were leaked during Iran deal negotiations…

      • NYGuy54 says:

        that is a very good point..I am going to steal that..if it is ok by you

        • ALEX says:

          Sure…It’s free…This is dangerous stuff. How would you feel being President Trump every time you use the phone…Part of the government,plus democrats on intel committees etc and media are at war with Trump

          • Personally, I would feel the same as I feel now every time I use the phone. Everything is recorded… from everyone… that’s why there is a yottabite facility in operation.

            Because, for the globalist psychopaths, everything is never enough.

            There will be blood, or should I say… there will be more blood.

  5. Finalage says:

    Rush is so right and it’s so sad. Trump needs to find that fire again. Let Trump be Trump!

    • Rush, the CFR puppet, spewing the daily deep state talking points?

      Surely you jest.

      Rail on, I am correct.

      • Stringy theory says:

        I agree completely with your characterization of Limblow. He is a puppet who dances for money to the tune played by his puppet masters.

        • Tee says:

          Limbaugh is a classic “liar by omission” always pointing a finger at “the left” or “the libs”, when the reason we voted for Trump over a party estab boy is because we have seen the man behind the curtain.

          Redstate media heads like Rush, Levine, Beck, et al, have been AS GUILTY as the alphabet media of peddling the “fake news” memes of the past decades, only they spin it for their audiences pleasure. The cook it down to the simple, false dichotomy that if they are wrong then we must be right, never doubting that if you just say “its all the libs fault” enough times you can be absolved of any Bushian malfeasance of war spreading, nation building, faux-patriotism.

          People who live in an echo chamber of “never doubt how right I am” are typically the last to every learn anything new.

        • BigMamaTEA says:

          And as long as you’re aware of that; Rush still informs an audience.

  6. rsanchez1990 says:

    I don’t get how someone can write the crap that the article started with, then suddenly have a moment of lucidity saying that what the Deep State did to General Flynn is what police states do. Is the Deep State so emboldened now that they won’t even hide their intentions and use their media puppets to taunt Trump and his supporters?

    • Orrrrrr……
      Are certain people within the media starting to grow a pair and openly reporting about the truth now that Trump is President and willing to do something about it? Who knows?

      I know I don’t trust MSM but when you read an article like this, it makes one wonder.

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Yes, the deep state is “so emboldened” and confident; still hoping that average Americans are mindless sycophants of CNN-NBC-DNC-PBS-ABC-FOX-CBS news. Ever since losing power last November they have been like a wounded animal lashing out in every direction. They will not go away without a fight, which they will lose.

      Meanwhile the Trump Train keeps on rollin’. Cheers!

      • rsanchez1990 says:

        Thanks for the video!

      • Tejas Rob says:

        Yes, the deep state is “so emboldened” and confident; still hoping that average Americans are mindless sycophants of CNN-NBC-DNC-PBS-ABC-FOX-CBS news. Ever since losing power last November they have been like a wounded animal lashing out in every direction. They will not go away without a fight, which they will lose.

        Looks to me like they are winning. The Trump coalition is being scattered, people are siding with Flynn over Trump and Pence. This is their game, and it is working. We have people here now posting an article calling Trump a liar and saying what a great article it is.

  7. Rebel Mope says:

    I think Snowden is key here. If Russia wants to give him back we should take him.

  8. I pray from justice to come and for there to be a righteous retribution

  9. eric says:

    Foggy Bottom Critters scatter at Sunlight.

    Drain the WHOLE DAMN THING.

  10. Ivehadit says:

    This all reminds me of Iowa during the primaries and the underhanded shenanigans. Despite it, Donald went on to prevail.

    On another note…
    Where is Melania?! We need her on the scene!! She knows what needs to be done, too. She has an eagle eye!

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      She should remain in Trump Tower for now and stay away from the DC Swamp.

      • Red says:

        I respectfully disagree. I think she is a fierce lioness who could and would ferret out the enemies within. She will protect her man!!! He needs her support and natural intuition!!!

        • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

          Well. not implying that she isn’t a strong, brave woman; but the District of Columbia is a mess. Crazy people there voted over 90% for Clinton. Couldn’t pay me enough to live in that environment at this time. Perhaps Trump should give the White House a nice modern upgrade renovation . . . and Drain the Swamp.
          Maybe after that, say next year, she could move in with their son.

        • Sandra says:

          I’m sure they Skype, text, talk, email, etc. They’re fine. Melania is taking care of Barron and Barron should stay in NYC where his school is. When Obama took office Mooch probably should have done the same thing with the girls, but the climbers wanted their kids to attend the DC school even though the one at University of Chicago was just as good.

          • Sandra says:

            And Mooch probably had a driving desire to be in the White House as an f u to all of us racists out here (I say with a great deal of eye-rolling sarcasm). She didn’t care about the girls, she was engaged in a jihad.

      • She and Barron are safe and well where they are. The lioness is protecting her cub. President Trump can protect himself and he has Ivanka and Jared there to help him. If truth be told, he may not want her and his son near that nasty smelly swamp. The media would be ruthless.

    • NE Korup says:

      It was reported that the First Lady and the President were scheduled to have lunch with Sen. Rubio and his wife today at the White House. The President dined with Gov. Christie and his wife, yesterday, at the White House.

  11. dt says:

    Screw Rush Limbo!

  12. AndrewJackson says:

    Trump needs to get back in control. Lets get the blood flowing by a nice ICE raid and take out a couple thousand illegal immigrant gang members.

  13. Michael says:

    Arrest. Everyone.

    • dutzie60 says:

      According to that video interview of Paul Sperry by Brian Kilmeade on Fox, I’m thinking PT better be shutting down Obama’s Organizing for Action scam. THAT is going to be trouble Bigly. It’s posted on another thread but I can’t remember which one. I’ll try to find it if I don’t fall asleep first. 😴

  14. feralcatsblog says:

    First, Satan created the STASI. That was for practice. Then he created the NSA.

  15. andi lee says:

    About those fake Flynn tweets, Flynn Jr speaks up.

  16. Newman says:

    Wish Trump could just rehire Flynn and go tell the lying corrupt commie bastards in the media to go F themselves.

  17. NYGuy54 says:

    Ok so this is a carefully worded hit piece by the NY Times — they stuffed the real truth in between 2 pieces of speculation. With a saucy headline too. Rather clever way of invading your thoughts

    • filia.aurea says:

      Thank goodness for Steve Bannon.

    • ALEX says:

      Could you summarize it. I will not read the NYT

    • Owlen Rose says:

      Ridiculous story with deceptive headline mainly targeting Manafort. The article admits he and others in Trump camp may have not have known they were talking to Russian agents. Manafort put it best saying it’s not like they are going around wearing badges with “Russian Intelligence” on their shirt. Of course Manafort said the story is preposterous. The FBI has already cleared them.

    • Fingolfin says:

      WashPost used the same tactic with their “Justice Department warned White House that Flynn could be vulnerable to blackmail” hit piece. The story never actually explained or described any blackmail!

      Trump always takes a pound of flesh from his attackers when they go all in on an attack… but this dust up definitely feels different at present.

      Probably because I personally expected Trump to own the downside and flip the focus onto the leakers and their co-conspirators in the press… but another issue is that we don’t have the actual call transcripts being used by the leakers & media as the basis of their attacks like we did with the “Russian Dossier”, “Access Hollywood Tape”, “Lewandowski Arm Grab”, etc…. so we’re stuck on defense swinging away at whatever smoke and mirrors they spin out (like this FUD piece by the NYT).

      That said, my hope (and assumption) is that Trump will eventually get his flesh. Still, would feel 100x better if Sundance let us know not to worry and that he already can see how Trump is going to win the day.

      • The Boss says:

        Every person “could be” vulnerable to blackmail. It seems many of the dwellers of the three branches of government are already blackmailed.

      • Rejuvenated says:

        Trump didn’t need to- talking heads and multiple stories are popping up about how the real concern is the Deep State spying on our government and everyone else. Let the MSM think they stumbled upon it themselves then come in and say “You’re right! Let’s clean house!” Just like with the screaming about voter fraud ☺️

  18. Apfelcobbler says:

    We are being simultaneously attacked from the inside and the outside.

    As Hannity’s guests tonite elaborated, the fallout from internal leaks has blown intelligence methods and alerted targets and subjects of interest.

    As for attacks external to the Administration, Sperry, (also on Hannity tonite), revealed that “Organizing for Action” is a group whose mission is to safeguard Obama’s legacy.

    This is not the only group — there’s another extremely well-funded and organized group named “Indivisible” that plans and executes AstroTurf, turnkey protests and any kind of activity that can be captured and broadcast by the MSM. Goal is to create spontaneous eruptions that pass as “grass roots” protests or gunking-up embarrassment of any Trump Admin activity. No target is too small if it can be captured, like Betsy DeVos last week.

    Their “map” is defined along with instructions on recruiting cells of 10 people and implementation. This is the group that is behind the 3 fake Town Hall “protests” in the last 2 weeks. Very, very deep pockets and possible connections to the CGI.

    • Eagle 61 says:

      They started an Indivisible group here in tiny Eureka Springs. It seemed to me to be a bunch of old dried up, brain dead, gray haired, toothless hippies. I wonder if this is a nationwide effort being spread on the progressive social media.

      Okay, Sundance……what in the world is happening here? This looks to be headed towards a very dark outcome, with riots and God Forbid, possibly even targeted assassinations. Do you have any insight you can share at this time? Or are you scouting out the swamp and following the trails of your inside sources?

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Good intel – thanks. This is going to get ugly. I think we’ll be seeing these jokers IRL.

    • This is one of the most professional sites that I have seen, offering downloadables of every kind, even audio guides, organizing information, event information, tracking of local elected officials’ town hall meetings, and sample communications.

      Purportedly written and maintained by former congressional staffers, this site should be our Go-To site for planning our anti-protest activities.

      Just quickly scanning the Home Page, we see that the majority of the push is from the illegal aliens…those here without green cards, those who overstayed, and those who we house, feed, and support – without permission…rendering us SLAVES to their corruption.

      This is GREAT!

      • ALEX says:

        The illegals are their army. If folks thought BLM riots were bad, just wait…The cities are going to explode and many other areas…My wife would get on me for having a legal handgun in our apartment in college twenty five years ago, but she doesn’t anymore….

        These Obama folks have a plan. It’s not a coincidence the white privledge in schools, entertainment leftist propaganda like never before and sports totally politicized like super bowl…It has been seeded throughout government as well…Its going to get as bad or worse then sixties and they had a war going on in Vietnam to stir passions, as well as civil rights fights…Be vigilant

      • progpoker says:

        Good Lord! Do a zipcode search and look at all the kooks around you. Of course, I’m in NorCal, a Red part but California nonetheless.

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      I published a link to that “Indivisibles” a couple of weeks ago. It’s a “how-to-emulate-the-tea party” supposedly written by some former congressional staffers.

      There are more than one group forming, I’ve been capturing a lot of stuff, and it also includes OFA,(now Organizing for America) which was originally “ObamaForAmerica” and he’s had it fired up for the last several years.

      There are connections to all of the same old same old.

    • rsanchez1990 says:

      I wouldn’t be surprised if James O’Keefe already has people in with Indivisible collecting dirt to expose them later.

      • FBI, too. They infiltrate everything, not always with good endings, since the embeds often try to stir things up to prove how radical they are.
        We Libertarians used to joke about that, but now that I’m grown up, I don’t laugh anymore.

  19. babblingagain says:

    For someone as well informed as Trump, it seems like he already knows what is going on and Flynn was a casualty in hunting down and apprehend those who are the moles. There has been leaks about the leaks for weeks. So, my question is: What does Trump know and what is he going to do to plug this hole and charge these moles with treason? Can someone shed some significant light on this?

  20. I have to admit that when I heard the number of 30,000+ for Obama’s non-profit Organizing for America (OFA) and his “community organizing ways” continuing after his frolic in the water…
    is Bathhouse Barry targeting us for nation toppling?

  21. JoD says:

    It is so heartwarming to know that Devin Nunes R-CA, believes that “This will not end well.”
    “Flynn is only the appetizer, Trump is the entree.”
    Republicans are just so devoted to party loyalty and love of the American people…..verp!

    • Fe says:

      Yeah, that line of garbage made me want to throw up all over Nunes’ dinner.

    • 3x1 says:

      Cal Republicans in his district need to primary his arrogant arse.

      Time to start finding good alternative candidates is soon. He’s up for deelection next year.

      There is enough of a majority in the House to cross sides to eliminate the worst traitors in the general. This joker is a pal of Ryan. If Wisconsin can’t get rid of Ryan, the least we can do is un-elect his Lieutenants.

      How about it?

      Does anyone have a list of say Ryan’s top 10 goombahs in the House?

      Maybe if we start deplorable rabble-rousing loudly now for better 2018 candidates, they’ll get the hint.

  22. Plain Jane says:

    This does remind me of the movie The Lives of Others.

  23. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Looks like we’re not the only patriots angry about the leaks.

  24. feralcatsblog says:

    Why President Trump Should Tell Gen. Nicholson: You’re Fired!

    After 15 years of war, billions and billions of dollars in fighting and training, more money than the US spent on the Marshall Plan on nation-building, over 2,000 combat deaths including scores by very our “Afghan allies,” tens of thousands of injuries, including many grievous “dismounted complex blast injuries,” another US general has come before the Senate Armed Services Committee to ask for more.

    I refer to Gen. John W. Nicholson Jr., who told the committee this week that the war in Afghanistan, where he commands over 13,000 international troops, 8,400 of whom are American, is at a “stalemate.”

    A stalemate? No, mon general, it’s lost. The war to nation-build Afghanistan into the 21st — or even the 20th — century is over, a failure, the Islam-blind COIN fantasies that fueled the multiculti-madness, junked and discredited. You should have told the senators it was high time to bring our troops home. As noted so many times before in this space, there is nothing to win there. As Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely put it back in 2009, “Let it go.”

    Then Gen. Nicholson told the senators he wanted more troops — several thousand more American troops. Why? To train and advise the Afghans.

    Mr. President, CNN will produce real news first.

    After fifteen years of wasted training and pointless advising, we know this to be true. There’s only one thing to say to any general who, with a straight face, tells the American people that Afghanistan is the merest “stalemate,” and that thousands more American trainers will make all the difference (to what, we don’t know). That one things is: “You’re fired.”

    There’s more. Nearly a decade ago, then-Col. Nicholson made public scapegoats out the MARSOC Marines of 1st Platoon, Fox Company, who, having survived a 2007 suicide attack on their group in Bati Kot, were smeared as murderers of innocent civilians. Nicholson declared he was “deeply ashamed,” the incident was a “stain on our honor,” etc. — all before any investigation. Military authorities decided our Marines were guilty as Afghan-charged. Platoon commander Maj. Fred Galvin was ordered to relieve himself of duty in front of his platoon; the platoon was ejected from the country, and underwent a grueling investigation — which cleared them all of any wrongdoing.

    No apology from Nicholson or anyone else, however. No public recognition by the military that these Marines were valorous and honorable. The good news is Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC) has introduced a resolution calling on the Marine Corps or Department of Defense to issue an official statement of exoneration. He will be holding a press conference to address this matter on February 16.

    Gen. Nicholson should attend. It would do all concerned good for him to use the occasion to make his apologies — en route to his retirement.

  25. rumpole2 says:

    Obama turned the US into a tin-pot dictatorship (of sorts)… at least he installed a system controlled by a corrupt Liberal regime… USA needs a “regime change”. Lets hope Trump can achieve that is a “peaceful” way.

  26. Paco Loco says:

    The Black Hats are executing their coup. Taking out the key Whitehouse man on national security was step one and partially blinds the Trump administration. The next targets are Conway, Bannon and Preibus, the Presidents inner circle and Trumps trusted advisors. Trump has to move quickly to identify the moles and leakers and then take executive action to arrest the coup plotters. Serious business and time is short.

  27. Sandra says:

    Timeline from the WaPo report. Lots of odd stuff here. First, just because Putin didn’t respond to Obama’s lame duck weak threat to Russia, the intelligence officials started scrutinizing Kislyak’s communications? And then just 12 days later WaPo’s Igantius is already aware of the communications and writes about them? Why wasn’t Obama upset that WaPo had just released this info to the public?? Then 7 days later Yates and others are trying to figure out whether or not they should tell Trump??? And then 4 days after that Yates finally informs Trump through his White House Counsel??

    Sean Spicer is right. There’s a big story here but it’s not Flynn, it’s the leaking of info to the media. Why did an intelligence official tell WaPo’s Ignatius or anyone else about the tapped communications of Kislyak? (We know why, they wanted to take Flynn down.)

    2013: Flynn first meets Kislyak when Flynn was the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. (My point of including this is to show that Kislyak was known to Flynn.)

    2016: Kislyak is “in touch with” Flynn, before and after the election.

    Dec 29: Obama announces measures to punish Russia

    Dec 30: Putin doesn’t respond. This alerts the intelligence community, so they start searching through Kislyak’s communications “which the FBI routinely monitors” including a phone call with Flynn. “From that call and subsequent intercepts, FBI agents wrote a secret report summarizing Flynn’s discussions with Kislyak.”

    Jan 12: WaPo columnist David Ingatius writes an article about Flynn’s conversations with Kislyak.

    Jan 19: Yates, Clapper, and Brennan decide if Trump should be briefed. They say yes, Comey says no.

    Jan 20: Clapper and Brennan resign after Trump is inaugurated

    Jan 23: Someone (can we find out who?) asks Spicer at his first media briefing about Flynn’s communications with Kislyak.

    Jan 23: Yates and the official who leaked the news to WaPo tell White House counsel McGahn.

    • Sandra says:

      Indeed. From the NYT article:

      The intelligence agencies then sought to learn whether the Trump campaign was colluding with the Russians on the hacking or other efforts to influence the election.

      The officials interviewed in recent weeks said that, so far, they had seen no evidence of such cooperation.

      • Sandra says:

        It’s a smear campaign combined with an attempt to ignite a war between Russia and the US. It’s amazing that Obama didn’t care about the Russians until Trump won the election.

  28. Finalage says:

    Could this have been a strategic retreat by Trump?

  29. itswoot says:

    Typical leftist media wordchopper/hack at their bloody work:

  30. dt says:

    This title is not necessary!

    The feeding in to all this negativity!

    Even c students of history know the civilized world is surrounded by evil.

    Move forward, pray and leave positive comments for President Trump on White House site.

    You are telegraphing a state of mind to the enemy.

    Stop it!

    • Sandra says:

      Sorry, but shoving this stuff under the rug isn’t the way to handle it. We’re watching the Dem playbook in action. They will repeat it sooner or later. The better we understand the tactics, the more effectively we can quickly identify and then combat them.

  31. Sandra says:

    From the Bloomberg article: It’s also possible that a group of national security bureaucrats and former Obama officials are selectively leaking highly sensitive law enforcement information to undermine the elected government.

    I think it was Obama himself. If you look at my timeline comment above you’ll see that the leak to WaPo occured on or prior to Jan 12. Obama was President. Why wasn’t Obama upset that info about tapped conversations of the Russian Ambassador were being leaked to the press? Because they wanted to take Flynn out, apparently. They probably tried to take out everyone else but couldn’t, but they got Flynn.

    • deh3k says:

      Obama’s Administration was also targeted by Deep State in Syria. See clip above with Maria. Perhaps not all was under Obama control either.

      • Sandra says:

        He might not have been in control but he certainly knew and was on board with the leaks. After the election Russia was Obama’s top enemy (or so he made it appear). The leaks in early January certainly compromised further intelligence gathering because the Russian Ambassador had confirmation that all of his communications were being monitored. Obama should have been outraged about the leaks but he was completely silent. The more I think about this, the worse it seems to me. Not only did Obama and the Dems try to make it seem like the Russians helped Trump win, they also have been working to compromise Trump’s ability to gather intelligence and establish a reasonable relationship with Putin. This is way worse than pulling off all of the W’s on the keyboards or trashing the White House. Obama has, in effect, left landmines for Trump to discover and navigate.

  32. jdvalk says:

    This is why you don’t cave, as the article concludes, and shoot your own just for some supposed optics or reduction of heat.

    • Sandra says:

      I trust Trump. The leaked info alone wasn’t what caused him to ask Flynn for his resignation. The leak occurred back on Jan 12 and Trump was made aware of it on Jan 23. It was something else. I believe Spicer. It was a matter of trust. I think it was best that Trump let him go. If Trump is not entirely trustful of Flynn then Flynn cannot be an effective adviser.

      • Fe says:

        I agree, there is more to it. PDJT knows what he is doing.

        • Sandra says:

          I want to revise my post. Trump was officially made aware of the leak on Jan 23, but he was probably aware of the Jan 12 WaPo Op-Ed on Jan 12. 🙂 And yet he didn’t ask for Flynn’s resignation until Feb 14. I think it wasn’t so much what Flynn did or didn’t do but how Flynn handled himself with the Trump. And Trump felt it wasn’t a good fit. That’s fine with me, there are other capable people of taking that position. I agree with you Fe, Trump knows what he is doing. He didn’t get so far with his own business by being a bad judge of character or being impetuous.

        • WSB says:

          I believe that Flynn is taking the Patton fake army route. I believe that this is a construct to draw out the leakers.

      • cheekymeeky says:

        Just wanted to add that Jan 23rd was the day that the FBI cleared Flynn.

        • Sandra says:

          Well that’s even more bizarre then because according to WaPo that was the day Yates finally told Trump (through White House Counsel McGahn). Why would Yates wait until Flynn was cleared to tell Trump about it? Trump had been President for 2 1/2 days by that time. This just does not make sense, and when things don’t make sense it’s often a sign that they were not naturally-occurring, if you know what I mean.

    • Venus says:

      So you keep someone on your staff in a top position whom you don’t trust because morons will think it was “caving?” How stupid is that?
      How stupid do you think Trump is?
      The Dems/MSM/other assorted morons can call it a “cave” but Flynn wasn’t let go because of pressure from them — he was let go because he effed himself (and by extension Trump) by withholding info from Pence and let Pence go out on TV defending him with a lie. The ONLY reason Flynn is gone is because Trump wanted him gone. It had nothing to do with “caving.”

  33. Tommy Tunes says:

    Trump policies, nominees
    Posted by Convention of States Project on February 06, 2017

    Some federal employees are gearing up for a cyber-battle against President Trump, and they are creating a hidden messaging system to elude detection.

    According to POLITICO, employees of agencies that seem on the chopping block of the new administration are setting up new email addresses and turning to encrypted messaging apps to hold group conversations with other anti-Trump staffers, and to communicate with the press.

    They’re also using these cloak-and-dagger methods to work on letters that take exception to Trump policies, POLITICO reported.

    Career employees at the State Department have amassed some 1,000 signatures on a memo that expresses condemnation of Trump’s executive order that imposes a travel ban on immigrants and that puts a hold on refugee admissions from seven Muslim-majority countries deemed hotbeds of terrorist activity.

    Employees of other agencies, such as the Labor Department and Environmental Protection Agency, also have turned to off-the-grid messaging to urge U.S. senators to oppose Trump Cabinet nominees and warning against the president’s plans to make cuts in some agencies.

    Click here to read more from Fox News.

    The federal leviathan isn’t going anywhere. We need more than a personnel change — we need a change in structure. A Convention of States can do just that by proposing constitutional amendments that balance the power between the states and the feds.

    • Mike Pence Caught Selling Influence -Title from Lame Cherry today’s blog excerpt.

      if Mike Flynn is guilty of speaking to Russians and may or may not have mentioned Russian sanctions (again CIA leaked information to the Fake News which is criminal as the source……same source on Peegate), then without leaked CIA information, we know that Mike Pence engaged in breaking the law in making Executive Policy BEFORE HE WAS SWORN IN.

      Here is the proof in the San Francisco Chronicle:
      When Manchin, a centrist Democrat facing re-election next year, called incoming Trump White House adviser Katie Walsh in early January to request a meeting with Pence, the senator found himself face to face with Pence only a few hours later. They exchanged cellphone numbers and Manchin again sat down with Pence on Wednesday for a discussion that included the Supreme Court vacancy and federal judicial appointments.
      –interesting view on some players.–

    • andi lee says:

      A convention of States. That conversation has been had. Worth visiting when worthy men of state show up. Constitutionalists. Until then, no way.

  34. jdvalk says:

    Another takeaway from this is the reported efforts of Barry admin official Ben Rhodes, who of course has close family directing a main stream media outlet:

  35. Tommy Tunes says:

    Watch this Its more of the POLICE STATE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  36. Carolina Kat says:

    Don’t forget that the reason they picked Flynn was to preserve the Iran Deal. The details of that need to be exposed. That’s a really dirty piece of work, and don’t forget the Republicans who voted on the Corker Bill so they could remain blameless for it.

    It all comes down to the illegal activity around that corrupt deal.

  37. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    ~ Career employees at the State Dept. have amassed some 1,000 signatures …~

    Would encourage all the rest of the anti-American traitors in the federal swamp to show us their nice signatures. And then “Say cheese.”

  38. Tejas Rob says:

    Who would have though Dennis Kucinich would make sense?

    • WSB says:

      Because Dennis knows about Operation Zero Footprint and tried to save Qaddifi’s and his sons’ lives before Clinton and Sarkozy murdered them.

      That’s why.

    • sunnydaze says:

      Kucinich believes that the underlying issue here is “some people” are doing all they can to start a war with Russia and keep the Military Industrial Complex alive.

      BEST vid I’ve seen on this.

      thanks, Kucinich.

    • andi lee says:

      Tejas Rob, many thanks for posting. Sanity.

    • SharonKinDC says:

      Interesting…Maria brought up the pizzagate snarky tweet by P Reines w/ Crooked RT w/ commentary. Kucinich didn’t bite other than to say the Comet Pizza stuff was not fit for family tv…but it got out there.

      In related news, just saw a DC Caller piece about a child trafficker just busted in DC. Then noted the ‘shocking’ number of child traffickers busted in DC since 2009…70 of them, including a DC PD officer, where one of the vics was afraid to testify b/c she thought there might be more police involved… It was an odd level of detail for a stpry about one man busted who wasn’t on the high end scale…

      Which makes me think there IS some very ugly stuff percolating beneath the surface re pedo issues.

  39. Sandra says:

    It’s getting real, everyone. We thought the campaign season was bad. We’re at war now.

  40. anthonydog says:



  41. anthonydog says:

    Before leaving office people wondered why Obama expanded NSA powers so they could share with 16 intel agency’s. Now we know why. Obama cronies in 16 intel agencys sharing and leaking info to the press. : The_Donald

  42. Sandra says:

    Interesting take in this AP article (

    President Donald Trump had been weighing the fate of his national security adviser, a hard-charging, feather-ruffling retired lieutenant general who just three weeks into the new administration had put himself in the center of a controversy. Flynn resigned late Monday.

    At issue was Flynn’s contact with Moscow’s ambassador to the United States. Flynn and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak appear to have discussed U.S. sanctions late last year, raising questions about whether he was freelancing on foreign policy while President Barack Obama was still in office and whether he misled Trump officials about the calls.

    The center of a storm is a familiar place for Flynn. His military career ended when Obama dismissed him as defense intelligence chief. Flynn claimed he was pushed out for holding tougher views than the Obama administration about Islamic extremism. But a former senior U.S. official who worked with Flynn said the firing was for insubordination, after the Army lieutenant general failed to follow guidance from superiors.

    • 3x1 says:

      “But a former senior U.S. official who worked with Flynn said the firing was for insubordination”

      Always unnamed sources with AP.

      Never anyone who can be interviewed by others.

  43. SR says:

    It’s time to check Swiss and another unknown bank accounts of previous administration and top govt. officials. Only way you can break extreme left and their union is by breaking global money supply.

  44. Paco Loco says:

    Trump has to get out front on this and initiate a counter attack that will quell the MSM. I think he needs to look at in the MSM for the leakers, identify them and get them arrested on national security charges. Too many lines have been crossed by the MSM in their attack on the Trump administration. Start with the Washington Post and keep digging.

  45. angryduc says:

    Any fool watching this kabuki theater who fails to grasp the implication of the deep state spying on the peoples choice for President needs to wake up.

    The unmistakable implication is the people are not free to choose their path. McCain fully intends to use violence against the American people. Mark my words, with Obozo funding the violent groups and with the funding from soros we all be ready to fight for our freedom.

    Any lawmaker that refuses to investigate the origin of the leaks is in FACT your enemy and a traitor to the republic. Violence is coming and my countrymen should take note.

  46. maga2016 says:

    Todays smartphones are more privacy invading than the Stasi ever was. Mielke wouldnt believe how stupid todays people are.

  47. Howie says:

    Elements of our intel agencies and FBI are attacking the POTUS by leaking top secret information. This is called treason. They are trying to overthrow the government. They must be captured and the traitors tried and given the maximum penalty.

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