The Shadow Government Timeline…

CTH always falls back upon timelines to see the larger motives, intents and operational objectives of participants.  No matter which entrance hole you follow down into the labyrinth – eventually you end up finding yourself in the same chamber, the treasury.

Every motive seems to consistently boil down to money.

Ideology without financing is as useful as a pancake to paddle a canoe.

As such – extrapolating from, and adding to, a Breitbart Time Line:


1. June 2016: FISA request. The Obama administration files a request with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) to monitor communications involving Donald Trump and several advisers. The request, uncharacteristically, is denied.

2. July: Russia joke. Wikileaks releases emails from the Democratic National Committee that show an effort to prevent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) from winning the presidential nomination. In a press conference, Donald Trump refers to Hillary Clinton’s own missing emails, joking: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.” That remark becomes the basis for accusations by Clinton and the media that Trump invited further hacking.

3. October: Podesta emails. In October, Wikileaks releases the emails of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, rolling out batches every day until the election, creating new mini-scandals. The Clinton campaign blames Trump and the Russians.

4. October: FISA request. The Obama administration submits a new, narrow request to the FISA court, now focused on a computer server in Trump Tower suspected of links to Russian banks. No evidence is found — but the wiretaps continue, ostensibly for national security reasons, Andrew McCarthy at National Review later notes. The Obama administration is now monitoring an opposing presidential campaign using the high-tech surveillance powers of the federal intelligence services.

5. January 2017: Buzzfeed/CNN dossier. Buzzfeed releases, and CNN reports, a supposed intelligence “dossier” compiled by a foreign former spy. It purports to show continuous contact between Russia and the Trump campaign, and says that the Russians have compromising information about Trump. None of the allegations can be verified and some are proven false. Several media outlets claim that they had been aware of the dossier for months and that it had been circulating in Washington.

  • Admiral Michael Rogers had a visit with President Trump on Friday, November 11th.
  • According to the Executive Order rule changes DNI James Clapper signed off on December 15th.
  • General Michael Flynn spoke to the Russian Ambassador on December 29th
  • Dec 29th 2016 – Obama announces sanctions on Russia


6. January: Obama expands NSA sharing. As Michael Walsh later notes, and as the New York Times reports, the outgoing Obama administration “expanded the power of the National Security Agency to share globally intercepted personal communications with the government’s 16 other intelligence agencies before applying privacy protections.” The new powers, and reduced protections, could make it easier for intelligence on private citizens to be circulated improperly or leaked.

The new rules, which were issued in an unclassified document, entitled Procedures for the Availability or Dissemination of Raw Signals Intelligence Information by the National Security Agency (NSA), significantly relaxed longstanding limits on what the NSA may do with the information gathered by its most powerful surveillance operations.

These operations are largely unregulated by American wiretapping laws. Surveillances include collecting satellite transmissions, phone calls, and emails that cross network switches abroad, and messages between people abroad that cross domestic network switches.

The changes initiated by the Obama Administration in its waning days empowered far more agents and officials to search through raw intelligence data.

  • Jan 3rd 2017 – Loretta Lynch signs off on rule changes for phone taps.
  • Jan 12th 2017 –  WaPo reports On Phone Calls Anonymous Intel Sources
  • Jan 15th 2017 – VP Pence appears on Face the nation.
  • Jan 20th 2017 – Inauguration
  • Jan 23rd 2017 –  FBI reports nothing unlawful in content of Flynn call
  • Jan 26th 2017 – Sally Yates (acting DOJ) informs President Trump there might be a conflict between VP Pence’s stated TV version (was told by Flynn), and what Intel community communicate to Yates that Flynn actually expressed to Russia.
  • Jan 27th 2017 – White House counsel begins investigation to discrepancy.

7. January: Times report. The New York Times reports, on the eve of Inauguration Day, that several agencies — the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Treasury Department are monitoring several associates of the Trump campaign suspected of Russian ties.

Other news outlets also report the existence of a multi-agency working group to coordinate investigations across the government,” though it is unclear how they found out, since the investigations would have been secret and involved classified information.

8. February: Mike Flynn scandal. Reports emerge that the FBI intercepted a conversation in 2016 between future National Security Adviser Michael Flynn — then a private citizen — and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. The intercept supposedly was  part of routine spying on the ambassador, not monitoring of the Trump campaign. The FBI transcripts reportedly show the two discussing Obama’s newly-imposed sanctions on Russia, though Flynn earlier denied discussing them.

Sally Yates, whom Trump would later fire as acting Attorney General for insubordination, is involved in the investigation. In the end, Flynn resigns over having misled Vice President Mike Pence (perhaps inadvertently) about the content of the conversation.

9. February: Times claims extensive Russian contacts. The New York Times cites “four current and former American officials” in reporting that the Trump campaign had “repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials. The Trump campaign denies the claims — and the Times admits that there is “no evidence” of coordination between the campaign and the Russians. The White House and some congressional Republicans begin to raise questions about illegal intelligence leaks.

10. March: the Washington Post targets Jeff Sessions. The Washington Postreports that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had contact twice with the Russian ambassador during the campaign — once at a Heritage Foundation event and once at a meeting in Sessions’s Senate office.

The Post suggests that the two meetings contradict Sessions testimony at his confirmation hearings that he had no contacts with the Russians, though in context (not presented by the Post) it was clear he meant in his capacity as a campaign surrogate, and that he was responding to claims in the “dossier” of ongoing contacts.

The New York Times, in covering the story, adds that the Obama White House “rushed to preserve” intelligence related to alleged Russian links with the Trump campaign. By “preserve” it really means “disseminate”: officials spread evidence throughout other government agencies “to leave a clear trail of intelligence for government investigators” and perhaps the media as well.

In summary: the Obama administration sought, and eventually obtained, authorization to eavesdrop on the Trump campaign; continued monitoring the Trump team even when no evidence of wrongdoing was found; then relaxed the NSA rules to allow evidence to be shared widely within the government, virtually ensuring that the information, including the conversations of private citizens, would be leaked to the media.



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394 Responses to The Shadow Government Timeline…

  1. Rip Tide says:

    So anybody know where they are at with Huma and Podesta investigations?

    Liked by 11 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Obama people would be in charge of it. so don’t hold your breath.

      Liked by 1 person

    • bobalexander1950 says:

      Anyone seen Huma?

      Liked by 1 person

    • MrE says:

      Excellent question.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Ron says:

      the important thing with that investigation is that the FBI, through direct interference by Comey and not a valid warrant, took possession of the laptop out of the leaky NYPD and brought into the FBI, where low and behold they found nothing. Huma was given immunity for the fact that she originally lied to the FBI when asked if she turned over all computers that may have had classified information or used to exchange emails for Clinton. Comey actually helped Clinton there by taking the laptop out of the NYPD’s hands and delaying their investigation so that the press would not get any interesting tidbits before the November election.


  2. Jimmie Wilson says:

    Attorney general session need to go Elliot Ness on the shadow government of Obama

    Liked by 11 people

  3. cheekymeeky says:

    The first dot in the timeline is Clinton operative Alexandra Chalupa.

    “Manafort’s work for Yanukovych caught the attention of a veteran Democratic operative named Alexandra Chalupa, who had worked in the White House Office of Public Liaison during the Clinton administration. Chalupa went on to work as a staffer, then as a consultant, for Democratic National Committee. The DNC paid her $412,000 from 2004 to June 2016, according to Federal Election Commission records, though she also was paid by other clients during that time, including Democratic campaigns and the DNC’s arm for engaging expatriate Democrats around the world.
    “In an interview this month, Chalupa told Politico she had developed a network of sources in Kiev and Washington, including investigative journalists, government officials and private intelligence operatives. While her consulting work at the DNC this past election cycle centered on mobilizing ethnic communities — including Ukrainian-Americans — she said that, when Trump’s unlikely presidential campaign began surging in late 2015, she began focusing more on the research, and expanded it to include Trump’s ties to Russia, as well.”
    She said she shared her concern with Ukraine’s ambassador to the U.S., Valeriy Chaly, and one of his top aides, Oksana Shulyar, during a March 2016 meeting at the Ukrainian Embassy. According to someone briefed on the meeting, Chaly said that Manafort was very much on his radar, but that he wasn’t particularly concerned about the operative’s ties to Trump since he didn’t believe Trump stood much of a chance of winning the GOP nomination, let alone the presidency.”

    This is a long article chock-full of information that sheds light on how the Russia story got rolling and who was involved.

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  4. decisiontime16 says:

    Trump Taps Putin Critic for Senior White House Position

    The selection of Brookings scholar Fiona Hill comes as the Trump administration draws fire for contacts with Russian officials.

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    • decisiontime16 says:

      Fiona Hill –

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      • Bull Durham says:

        Her Brookings biog.
        She is also CFR.
        Classic academic obsessed with Russia and Putin.

        Liked by 7 people

        • Marc says:

          What do folks like her and John Bolton gain from the Russia hatred? Money? Subversion? Ideology? Russia isn’t our arch enemy any longer.

          Liked by 1 person

          • IdahoDeplorable says:

            And why would POTUS want her in a key position?


            • Marc says:

              Not sure. Maybe he wants those around him that have dirt on his opponents. After all, Steve Mnuchin used to be Soros’ money man.


          • Bull Durham says:

            Ideology at its basic comes down to UniPolar power, Hegemonic control of the globe. Listen to them talk about 12 aircraft carriers to project power.
            Can we use them against ISIS and AQ?
            When ISIS is running wild in Europe, where are the powerful weapons and strategies?

            But out in the media world, the think tank world, it sounds great.

            Russia stands in the face of all this. First, because it matches us in nuclear weapons, triad delivery systems, EW systems, Space-based technology and cyber warfare.

            So, we can’t be the UniPolar King of the World. Only part of the world. Most of that world is ocean far from people, nations and resources. And Energy, the key to all power resides massively in the ground of Russia. They have oil, gas, and most high tech minerals. They have the world’s largest reserve of fresh water. They dominate the Arctic. They are Christian.

            Those attributes make them a rival to ideologues who want the US to rule the globe.

            Those are some of the salient reasons.

            And for 17 years, they have been led by a brilliant team of leaders we have not been able to match. Putin, Shoigu, Rogozin, Lavrov and the Russian Intel and Military are first rate, and we have had piss-poor dolts. Clinton, Bush, Obama, Kerry, Panetta, Brennan, et al simply are not world class.

            So, the US demonizes Russians and Russia. It’s all the dolts have.

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            • Marc says:

              Very astute analysis. What the media/Leftists don’t get is that the American people can’t hate a group for an extended period of time without some sort of legitimate cause. The Russians haven’t funded terrorists groups that kill our soldiers and civilians. We have! From 10K feet, it’s obvious who is on the so-called wrong side of history.

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          • Kaco says:

            Mineral and oil resources in Ukraine and Crimea. Take Russia out of fueling Europe. From what I hear.


            • James O'Malley says:

              Make Europe dependent on Saudi Arabian oil and gas, not Russian oil and gas, that’s their goal.

              Remember the autumn skirmishes a few years back between Russian and EU officials, with the Russians threatening to cut off the EU’s natural gas supplies right as winter is kicking in? The EU is entirely dependent on them.

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        • LEET says:

          Exactly. Brookings is pure globalist agenda !


        • “Oceania has always/never been at war with Eurasia/Eastasia’ ~ Geo Orwell

          Perpetual war requires enemies with parity, decades of stage setting….

          “All Wars Are Bankers Wars” on YouTube, some missing history


        • Correct me if I am wrong, the CFR’s are globalists, not MAGA. Is this correct? If so, why is POTUS hiring so many?! The leaks will be endless….


  5. jeans2nd says:

    Read this earlier today on Breitbart. CTH has already established this timeline several weeks ago. My first thought was – what is Levin trying to do now?

    The Issa et al reasons for calling for an investigation into this are obvious – to establish this Obama timeline in the Congressional Record and/or elsewhere.

    AG Sessions having “recused” himself yesterday, means any investigation initiated before 7 Mar 2017 may go to the Deputy AG. Pres Trump’s Deputy AG is to be confirmed on 7 Mar 2017. The current AG is an Obama/Clinton guy. (Read AG Sessions’ “recusal.” It does not say what the media says it says.)

    Oh yes – then there is the Levin attack – AGAIN – on CTH earlier this week (how many attacks now? 4? 5? 50? Ah furgiet). It is obvious from where Levin obtained Levin’s “timeline.”

    Levin also fired Mark Steyn earlier this week; Levin’s network rumored to have money problems; lawsuit filed this week by Mark Steyn.

    Follow the money. And the plagerism. (where’s my tin foil?)

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  6. Athena the Warrior says:

    How do we know that things aren’t going on behind the scenes? I firmly believe that Potus Trump has his own internal intelligence team going back to his Trump Organization days. Neither he nor AG Sessions are going to publicly announce what they’re doing until it is time. Otherwise the named players would have time to destroy/remove evidence.

    This is also an excellent intelligence gathering time. Right now, the potentially targeted players are feeling confident and lax that they are getting away with things. I believe things are in stealth mode and will shock and awe when no one is looking.

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  7. toriangirl says:

    Riddle me this. If you are planning on laying a trap and/or compiling a solid, unbreakable prosecutorial case against those in high levels of government, are you going to get a megaphone, get on top of a building and shout: “Hey guys! Hey! We’re coming after you at 12:01 tomorrow afternoon!”

    No, you aren’t. We have no idea what is happening behind the scenes. But we can see what is happening on the lesser stage. For instance, did you see how quickly Graham shut up about Russia yesterday? Chafftez shut his mouth too. Watch and wait.

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    • ivanthenuc says:

      I agree. If nothing else President Trump has demonstrated time and time again that he is really, really smart. On top of that he has surrounded himself with other really smart people. I have to believe that he and they knew what was coming and have prepared themselves appropriately. He knows the swamp he is trying to drain and he knows the names of all of the big alligators.
      I am going to sit back, watch, wait and get my popcorn and sunglasses and enjoy the show. 🙂

      Liked by 9 people

      • SteveInCO says:

        I have to believe that he and they knew what was coming and have prepared themselves appropriately.

        I have no doubt he knew (and knows) attacks will be coming and they will be relentless. Once he identified the real issue with what was wrong with America, he has to have realized the people-who-are-the-problem would never go down without throwing all the dinnerware at him.

        The exact timing and nature of the attacks? Maybe, maybe not. But that really doesn’t matter.

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        • mikeyboo says:

          What interests me is that they don’t seem to realize that Trump actually enjoys a good fight and I think the same is true for many that he selected for his cabinet and aides. (not even counting the generals). Certainly Bannon is “down for the struggle”. Sessions appears very ready for the challenge. Spicer actually seems to be having a good time batting away the “maggots and flies” ( …er I mean media) at the pressers.
          Trump is a natural for the political/financial ring. He is our American gladiator.

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          • His appointees have histories of restructuring overly bloated unresponsive lethargic organizations… they love evaluating the inefficiencies and logjams of productivity or decision making and then restructuring it so that it is efficient, responsive, and productive with a clear chain of command and accountability. EEK! The horror!

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      • toriangirl says:

        And, remember. Trump had private intelligence sources which are better than government. 🙂

        Liked by 5 people

      • sickconservative says:

        Yea if and if they can’t fire them but them in some hell-hole so they can’t do anymore damage but someone has to be prosecuted to make a point.

        Liked by 1 person

      • deanbrh says:

        Communicating via Twitter makes Trump SEEM like the many low-intelligence users who make nasty, bad grammar, misspelled Comments on his Tweets. Which is why I love that he uses Twitter….it puts the enemy off-guard. However, I don’t love Twitter because they banned me for 12 hours a couple of days ago and now have closed my account permanently. I have broken their rules, they tell me in a form letter, without naming the rules I’ve broken. But I know their unspoken rules are what I have broken because my only use for that account has been to counter leftist bashing of Trump with TRUTH, because their bashing is lies parroting CNN sound-bytes. Today I broke the ultimate rule by calling Obama a” liar “because he said he didn’t wire-tap Trump. That’s the first and last time I’ve used Obama’s name. Obama bashing is not allowed on Twitter, unless Trump does it, I guess.


    • Oldschool says:

      My money is on Rudy. I have felt Rudy’s hand in this beginning with the recovery of Weiner laptop. That came out of NYPD as I recall. I don’t think there is any leader they are more loyal to than Rudy, and afterall, this cyber security stuff is certainly in his wheelhouse. Could be all wet, but I always felt Rudy could serve better outside the administration.

      Liked by 11 people

      • SharonKinDC says:

        Interesting theory. Rudy has absolutely dropped off the radar, too.

        Liked by 11 people

        • mamadogsite says:

          You are right. We’ve heard zilch about the weiner/huma/hillary/podesta investigations. Rudy and Cristie have been mighty quiet. Maybe there are some more important ways they can serve the President better by not being in his cabinet.🙄🙄🙄

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          • Crystal says:

            The NYPD investigation – whether it involves pizza or not – is what I think they fear being uncovered most and why they must get rid of both Trump and Sessions. The NYPD reportedly was set to make arrests the Saturday prior to the election and then everything was shut down (presumably because many on the Left assumed The Beast would win).

            Those attempting to take down Trump and Sessions are feeling threatened and acting desperate. The impression is that time is of the essence to them. If this were all about installing a NWO, why not just be the opposition party until the next election and then attempt to steal the election once again?


        • Gail says:

          I think that he may be very busy setting up some arrests and getting people to turn. Watch this recent interview from Infowars with Doug Hagmann on 3/2/17. Starts at 1:46:00. Hagmann talks about the next 14 days seeing some shake ups in Trump’s cabinet. March will be very interesting.

          Media as usual is covering up the pedophile arrests taking place.

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        • filia.aurea says:

          “Rudy…. off the radar”, Just like General Flynn..

          Liked by 1 person

      • StrandedinCA says:

        I think your theory is a good one. We haven’t seen Rudy in some time – after we found out he was going to be the Cyber guru/czar. Interesting . . . . .

        Liked by 5 people

      • WSB says:

        Rudy is an advisor but has not surfaced in weeks.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Harry Lime says:

      Trump is a big fan of the sneak attack. Here he is debating one of the crooked moderators during the presidential debate versus Crooked Hillary. The moderator’s name was Awful Radish or something… a radish being a swollen pungent variety of the cabbage family.

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  8. toriangirl says:

    AND… while I am at it. Riddle me this. Why would so many commenters (I’m not talking about this site), raise heck and yell about they need to KNOW what is happening, and that the Admin MUST share what they are doing/not doing? Whose side would it help? Would it help President Trump or would it help those they are going after?

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  9. Rip Tide says:

    I kinda forgot about Rudy, he’s been laying low lately. Hmmmmm? Gathering intel maybe?

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Rudy will be working on Cyber Security, and penetration of ISIS cyber infrastructure.

      Our own NSA and Cyber Command can’t seem to find ISIS on the dark web, or its IPS providers or wireless cell microwave infrastructure or its satellite connections.
      They are too busy hacking Americans’ like TSA searches grandma’s underwear.

      Rudy chose money over service. He wanted SOS and has gone back to cyber consulting.

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  10. “The Obama administration is now monitoring an opposing presidential campaign using the high-tech surveillance powers of the federal intelligence services.”


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  11. freepetta says:

    I sent this timeline to our President Trump. I hope he takes this seriously because that rat Bas terd Obama is evil. President Trump has to realize he’s no friend. Thank you Sundance for this.

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  12. jojo says:

    I think us we should start betting on who the deep state will try to take down next. Let’s get it out there and show them we’re on to them. Maybe we could have some fun doing it and make fools of the Alinskyites at the same time. Anyone game? I’ll start with Mnuchin.

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  13. Rebel Mope says:

    Mr. Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats, giving them 72 hours to leave. They left on January 1st.
    “Mr Obama ordered the expulsion in response to alleged hacking of the US Democratic Party and Clinton campaign during the 2016 presidential election.”

    As president, isn’t Trump allowed to see the evidence used for the expulsion? I bet he could even unclassify some or all of it. Just what evidence did Obama have?

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    • Howie says:

      They are selectively leaking classified info as part of the scheme. Major Crimes. It should be declassed to expose them. i want arresses.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Crystal says:

      Every high school kid in the world could have hacked into The Beast’s unsecured server. She might have left it unsecured purposely in exchange for massive overseas donations laundered thru the family slush fund. It would also give her (in her mind) Plausible Deniability in that she could always plead ignorance of all things IT-related.

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    • deanbrh says:

      Rebel Mope, speaking of Russian diplomats, 7 have mysteriously died recently, a curious circumstance? And have some who were here before the Obama sanctions returned or is the one with the Dems at Trump’s speech a leftover that didn’t get sent home.? Why the heck would we need 35 Russian diplomats in the first place? What do they do?


  14. Howie says:

    An interesting piece of this scheme to me is where they got the probable cause for the FISA Warrant in October, and how they got it.

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    • West Highlands says:

      Exactly what I was just thinking – probable cause.

      Liked by 1 person

    • SharonKinDC says:

      I *think* the alleged probable cause will be ‘reports’ from UK/Dutch intel… AND I think this ‘intel’ allegedly came in through the FBI, which is strange. Suspect it’s BS, designed to justify the FISA witch hunt.

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    • Southern Son says:

      FISA Court IS Deep State.
      Don’t they make the final decision?

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    • Wouldn’t that lead us back to John McCain?The talk about the dossier had to have started in October, they couldn’t get wire tap approval, so John McCain sent an intermediary to London in November to hand deliver it to Comey. (“There’s ya some evidence, now do what we want.”)

      I’m so cynical and suspicious.

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    • Blade says:

      An interesting piece of this scheme to me is where they got the probable cause for the FISA Warrant in October, and how they got it.

      Probable Cause and FISA in the same sentence? An oxymoron. Occam’s razor should be applied to each step we ( think we ) know occurred …

      What I think happened is that they first refused the request because of the ( presumably unprecedented ) ramifications of spying on a Presidential campaign in realtime and they sent it back demanding a narrower focus [ this is their procedure though it is seldom followed ]. Now they have plausible cover for “staying out of politics”. They were most likely concerned that the whole ludicrous and illegal and Orwellian FISA construct could be torn down if they merely rubber-stamped a request for such a hot potato.

      Then they ( Deep State, Obama, Holder, Clinton, Brennan, Clapper etc ) gathered everything they could, all of which is obviously pardon the pun, trumped up and resubmitted for FISA taps, and the court had their adequate cover to approve. Simple really. It normally doesn’t take much to get approval, so the extra mile here was a kitchen sink assortment of crap, the bogus dossier, the “prostitutes peeing on Obama’s bed” nonsense, Trump’s past aborted attempts at expanding into Russia, his campaign statements about “détente”, the fact that as official candidate he was now getting courtesy security briefings, and maybe perhaps something related to Blagojevich, and various crap fed to them from GOPe stooges, all of which the court can use as “bipartisan concerns” to approve the operation.

      Note that when it first was revealed that the original FISA was refused, something weird happened. Snowden immediately tweeted about this, implying it was some kind of illegal favoritism to Trump ( and many of us went straight at him on Twitter, calling him out for creating #FakeNews ) which is unbelievably suspicious to me because his alleged position is that of protecting people from the ever-growing deep state, and the FISA court for once demanded a narrower focus which is what he was demanding. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?

      This last thing is interesting IMHO. I think that Snowden slipped here because his stupid tweet really undercuts his alleged reasoning for spilling all that info in the first place. It surely places within the realm of possibility that he might be a deep state asset after all, and the whole thing was theater. [ or he has finally cracked or someone is controlling his twitter, or they killed him, or … who knows ]. This Snowden comment really makes it cloudy. If he had supported that FISA refusal on principle this would make much more sense. Now, as many of us pointed out, we must question his entire purpose and remind ourselves that almost everything he released was not news to anyone paying attention.

      But then again that would make Greenwald either a dupe or a willing part of an elaborate deep state operation. It would also explain how an outside contractor ( Snowden ) situated far from Fort Meade could get his hands on stuff that should not be accessible offsite ( at least not in a sane secure system ). Snowden in Russia of all places? GOPe and (D)ummies calling for his execution? This last part really needs to be examined. It may be contain the answer to so many questions.

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    • deanbrh says:

      October was when Comey announced the new dump of Clinton e-mails. The FISA Warrant was perhaps retaliation for the supposed Trump/Russian trigger of the dump.


  15. Howie says:

    Comey is using the old ongoing investigation scheme? To hide the evidence?

    Liked by 3 people

  16. JAS says:

    Using an aircraft analogy, in terms of righteousness and clear and affirmed respect for the law Obobo and the dems are piper cubs and President Trump is an SR-71 Blackbird.

    For all of my life, and I’m getting long in the tooth, I’ve always believed that people look at others through the prism of their own condition. A thief thinks everyone is out to rob him, a liar thinks everyone lies to them, and the person that believes their own lies believes everyone else does too.

    Hence the current attacks on Trump. It is that simple. That is all they know to do because they are guilty of the what they accuse him of.

    You get the picture. All neatly justified from a self-centered sociopath perspective. Believe you me, I have the sort of life long Shakespearean tragedy of having a sibling that fits the mold.

    When you watch the MSM circus on prime time, watch for:

    The non-stop high speed verbosity talk over everyone else without punctuation pauses getting louder and angrier by the second until they cut to commercial hothead talking points leftist.

    That is the dead giveaway, it is a mental disease, and it is a pandemic.

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    • Blade says:

      I’m glad you mentioned the SR-71. Because after Reagan pummeled Jimmy Carter in 1980, the (D)ummycrats pulled the same, unbelievable, conspiracy circus that we are seeing today.

      When the hostages were released moments after the January 20 inauguration, the (D)emocrat chorus of kooks began alleging there was a corrupt bargain between the Reagan campaign and Iran ( yep, they actually said this ) and threw the kitchen sink at him. Everything from conspiracies about Casey as campaign manager being ex-OSS ( therefore he must have done something ) and right up to VP-candidate George Bush jumping into an SR-71 to fly to Paris or Iran to get them to hold off releasing the hostages until Reagan was sworn in with promise of a quid pro quo, in some small timeframe available to fit their kook theory.

      This insanity was revisited during Iran-Contra later on, when they tried to tie it to that White House operation, proving that they will say anything at anytime to satisfy their crazy ideas. The House and Senate actually entertained this insanity and billed us the taxpayers for their efforts.

      Folks need to fully understand that there are human beings among us who should never be allowed to reproduce, they are called (D)ummycrats. Do NOT let them date or marry your sons and daughters, do NOT employ them or give them money, do NOT let them have access to loaded weapons or sharp objects, and do NOT bother trying to reason with them. They are lost causes. Allow them to go extinct on their own which they are fully intent on doing through drug abuse, abortions, and homosexuality anyway. But most of all do NOT allow them access to nuclear or even conventional weapons by electing them to any office in the USA right down to tax assessor or dog catcher.

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      • deanbrh says:

        Blade, you make me want to laugh ……..or cry because “they are lost causes” and one of them is a relative. You are 100% correct!


  17. Tenrten says:

    It may already be here didn’t read all of her comments, however the sign three agents from the FBI, CIA, NSA, bring Obama to justice!! thank you


  18. Tenrten says:

    All of the comments,however assign*


  19. Obama wants a Coup D’Etat: Spread the word!


  20. Impressive and thorough as per usual.


  21. Travis McGee says:

    Calling all phantom White Hats, where are you?


    • singingsoul says:

      If Obama wants a coup where does the Military stand and how quiet would they be..?
      I know Obama depleted them and he ousted many of the leadership. Are there still many in leadership loyal to POTUS Trump…? The other day when POTUS gave his speech the brass what sitting in front but I did not see happy faces or that they were happy to be there.

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  22. gary says:

    This is the first time I’m bringing this up, but I might repeat the idea in future:

    Did President Obama authorize the CIA/FBI/NSA to investigate Trump Team for possible Russia tampering with election?

    Obama laid down the script that he thought the Russians were influencing the Presidential Election , and for national security, did Obama have secret Court sign off on using Top Level Spy programs/personal to illegally spy on Republican Presidential Candidate and his team.

    Isn’t this the type of thing that Nixon did, using COA personal and equipment to spy on Dems?

    If Obama used any agency to spy on Trump, isn’t this bigger than Watergate.

    We know that Trump’s phone calls to foreign governments was recorded and given to MSM. TRUMP was president when he made those calls, did Obama set up NSA team to monitor all his calls and bug the white house.

    Are there any Secret Service Agents that work for the NSA and pass on info?

    Liked by 2 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      IMHO, to many things happening promoting a made up scam! One would need to be brain dead to not think the establishment knew well in advance the folks were going to elect Donald J. Trump president before the election or the vote count!
      Start the investigation into what I call Treason which probably includes Soros, Koch, dnc, GOPe, MSM, Clintons, Podesta, Obama and his administration and others! Start with the little fish and work up! Send all involved to Gitmo until trial date stopping all wages or funds provided to those involved from taxpayers!
      Lock’ m up! ASAP!

      Liked by 2 people

      • gary says:

        Following up on your Idea and mine, did Obama set it up so that Clinton would lose the election, so he would still be the “Head of the Dem party”, and set in place an Obama puppet (like his wife) in 2020.

        Obama is staying in Washington D.C. and other recent past presidents have NOT done that before, and has top aid just moved into his home in D.C.

        Obama had 8 years to put his people in place, with ultra-new spy equipment and powers. Nothing like this has happened before. Tech in the past , like in watergate was using OLD tech, computers and other equipment was horse and buggy type stuff 40-50 years ago.

        Having Obama on the witness stand would be very interesting, and I agree , first get lower grade people to turn state’s witness and PROTECT those people so they can testify against Obama.

        Scary stuff, right?

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    • singingsoul says:

      The bigger question is are they still listening in on POUS phone call and are they still spying on him..?
      Yes seems greater than Nixon Watergate.


    • SharonKinDC says:

      RE the AU & China calls…what was leaked was denied by at least the AU PM… so, perhaps what was leaked was a planted false readout?


  23. MrE says:

    Watergate on steroids. Plain and simple.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Paco Loco says:

    The games afoot and it’s hardball, take no prisoners, I win, you loose rules. Letting Flynn go to placate Pence over some micro leadership issue was a big mistake. It showed weakness by Trump in not defending him in public and in finding a solution with Pence for Flynn to carry on. Now Sessions agreeing to recuse himself on the Clinton and Russia investigations is another sign of weakness. The weaker the response by Trump, the more emboldened the enemy becomes.
    An embattled Whitehouse searching for leakers from within its own staff isn’t a pretty picture either. I hope POTUS gets tough and is setting out rat traps and has McMasters on this to find the leakers and saboteurs.

    Events seem to move at high speed these days and trapping the rats and ridding the government of the Obama imbeds in the Intelligence agencies needs to be a priority. The DoJ and the FBI need to get the Clinton’s indicted for their money laundering treason and simultaneously go after the real boogeymen, Obama and Soros who are the men behind the curtain pulling the levers of the dark state working to destroy Trump and the USA.

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  25. Smplyamsd says:

    Once you see the deep states tentacles in media and govt, wow ! If you look at it from this angle, it would seem that the leftists are just along for the ride as the deep state moves the War on Trump, and the Free World, into the open. Pelosi and Schumer would then seem to be almost passively watching as the strings of media and government are pulled on their behalf all around them. This could explain why they keep getting caught out as being hypocrites on this. If they had participated in developing or implementing this campaign they would have already had thought of their own previous guilty acts. Instead, when the call to smear Sessions was sent out they all ran out to fling their handful of manure and didn’t stop to do their research.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Shiggz says:

      The HaMossad and other top intelligence agencies definitely have an unnamed substance which causes sudden deteriorating health like Breibart suffered.

      My guess based on the words of a single survivor of X number victims. Is that the substance was made by a pharmaceutical company as a cure for something but was found to cause quick organ deterioration. But is sufficiently flushed out of the body long before severe symptoms let alone autopsy happen.

      Liked by 2 people

    • ledygrey says:

      I have always been curious about the videos he said he was going to put out about Obama. What happened to them? Do they still exist? Who has them?

      Liked by 1 person

      • I too have often wondered where they went.
        Also, I see the moderator of this site removed my comment pertaining to the link I put up….there was nothing wrong with it,
        If you remember all I said was this is what broadcasting your intentions ahead of time can do to you and that president Trump has said often that he never gives out forewarning.
        So why would that be removed and the link left intact?


  26. James O'Malley says:

    I’m thinking that Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador, sitting with the Democrats during Trump’s speech wasn’t coincidence. I’m not doubting that Obama would have people spy on Trump, but it’s certainly plausible that Kislyak would leak details of a conversation with Flynn to hurt Trump for whatever reason.

    Russia may have similar goals to our own (eliminating ISIS, bringing stability back to the Middle East, etc.) but they’re still not an ally by any means.

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  27. cheekymeeky says:

    Let’s not forget that Obama changed the succession within the DOJ seven days before leaving office. Thankfully Trump was on it.

    “President Trump has quietly signed an executive order changing the order of succession in the Department of Justice, reversing an executive order by President Obama signed just last month.

    The order appears to be the first that Trump has not signed in a public ceremony. It’s dated Thursday — the same day Attorney General Jeff Sessions was sworn in — but was not posted to the White House website until Friday morning. The White House did not explain the discrepancy.
    Because the Senate has not confirmed any other top Justice Department officials, Boente will continue to be second in the line of succession under Trump’s order, followed by Zachary Fardon, the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, and Tammy Dickinson, the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Missouri.

    Seven days before he left office, President Obama changed the order of succession without explanation to remove Boente from the list. Obama’s order had listed U.S. attorneys in the District of Columbia, the Northern District of Illinois and the Central District of California.”

    Liked by 1 person

    • cheekymeeky says:

      “Why would the Obama administration make this eleventh-hour change to the line of succession at the Justice Department? “At the time, I was told it was done in consultation with Trump transition,” Gregory Korte, the USA Today reporter who wrote the story quoted above, told me Thursday. “Looking back, that’s clearly not the case.”

      In fact, it seems like it was quite obviously not the case. The man Obama placed at the head of the line of succession is D.C.’s U.S. Attorney Channing Phillips, who is quite cozy with President Obama and his attorney general, Eric Holder. He is a former senior adviser to Holder, and he stayed on to work under Obama’s next AG Loretta Lynch before Obama appointed Phillips D.C.’s U.S. attorney in 2015. But Phillips goes way back with Holder—Holder first hired Philips in the D.C. U.S. Attorney’s Office in 1994. It’s also safe to say that the AG offices in the Northern District of Illinois and the Central District of California are not hotbeds of Trump supporters.”

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  28. Ej says:

    Every time I get worried, I remember that Trump already did the impossible. He beat lit odds – so God must have his had in this. Therefore, we will win. Sleep easy!

    Liked by 1 person

  29. eric says:

    never trust a community organizer.

    where are the congressional investigations into the previous administration.



  30. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Russia will always (for many reasons, historic and geographic) be expansionist and xenophobic. It has its own problems, goals and interests, and these will often conflict with ours or its neighbors’ and sometimes coincide. It will pursue its own self-interest, Putin or no Putin. Where we can cooperate toward mutual goals or interests, fine. Peaceful coexistence would be nice; friendship is probably illusory.


  31. jeans2nd says:

    This morning Drudge has a link to a Sun article referencing Pres Trump’s tweets re: Obama’s targeting Trump Tower with wiretaps.

    The Sun article gives credit to Levin, referencing the Breitbart article.

    DAMMIT! You guys documented all this. You all deserve credit for this. This is plagerism, per and simple, by Levin. Is there nothing low enough to which Levin will stoop? GRRRR…


  32. Trent Telenko says:

    The proper response by Pres. Trump would not be to just publicize the wire taps, as he is currently doing, but revoking the security clearances of everyone who saw that wire tap data.

    Whether they are currently or formerly employed by the Federal government – See Valerie Jarrett.

    Pres. Trump needs to publicly name the FISA judge that approved that wire tap and request the Federal Judiciary conduct an investigation and punishment.

    Then when the Judiciary doesn’t, because they are a club that does not punish anybody, then request the House of Representatives impeach the FISA judge or judges involved.

    The Democrats in the Senate would not vote to convict, but having the trial and forcing those Senators to publicly eat Obama’s abuse of power will help Red State Republican challengers in the 2018 Senate races.

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  33. Charles says:


    “Several media outlets claim that they had been aware of the dossier for months and that it had been circulating in Washington.”

    Where in the timeline did John McCain dispatch someone to fetch home a copy of the dossier? And where in the timeline did McCain turn it over to the FBI?


  34. TomDPerkins says:

    ” In a press conference, Donald Trump refers to Hillary Clinton’s own missing emails, joking: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.” That remark becomes the basis for accusations by Clinton and the media that Trump invited further hacking. ”

    To be fair, it was a stupid joke to tell. Russia had the means, motive, and opportunity to screw with our electoral process, and tried to do it to both parties. It remains to be seen which party they have screwed with more.


  35. mariaholm says:

    If possible I would like to have CTH explained. Have tried to look it up


  36. David Crandall says:

    Your timeline is missing a VERY critical piece of damning evidence – The DHS ‘Critical Infrastructure’ declaration made on Jan-6, 2017

    This is and was not just a federal ‘power grab’ – it will be the basis for defense against criminal charges for FISA violations by the previous admin. A belated attempt at defining ‘election hacking’ (sic) as being “grave war-like” actions – which are the only grounds for FISA warrants. FISA violations – and perjury in the FISA warrant affidavits will be amongst the charges brought.


  37. Ron says:

    its important to remember the opportune timing of the release of the Sessions meetings. Right after soaring successful joint sessions speech by Trump. Its like they have these things saved.

    also the take down of the Trump original communications guy


  38. ladynada says:



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