It Took a Freshman GOP Congresswoman To Pull The Mask From FBI Director Comey…

FBI Director James Comey unmasked as a Deep State Black Hat Operative.

Representative Elise M. Stefanik is a young, freshman republican congresswoman from the Albany New York area.  And using a probative questioning timeline, she single-handily pulled the mask from FBI Director James Comey, yet no-one seemed to notice.

Obviously Ms. Stefanik has not been in the swamp long enough to lose her common sense.

In the segment of the questioning below Rep. Stefanik begins by asking director Comey what are the typical protocols, broad standards and procedures for notifying the Director of National Intelligence, the White House and senior congressional leadership (aka the intelligence Gang of Eight), when the FBI has opened a counter-intelligence investigation.

The parseltongue response from Comey is a generalized reply (with uncomfortable body language) that notification of counter-intel investigations are discussed with the White House, and other pertinent officials, on a calendar basis, ie. “quarterly”.

With the statement that such counter-intel notifications happen “generally quarterly”, and against the backdrop that Comey stated in July of 2016 a counter-intel investigation began, Stefanik asks:

…”when did you notify the White House, the DNI and congressional leadership”?

BOOM!  Watch an extremely uncomfortable Director James Comey outright LIE… by claiming there was no active DNI -which is entirely false- James Clapper was Obama’s DNI.

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Watch it again.

Watch that first 3:00 minutes again.  Ending with:

…”Because of the sensitivity of the matter”  ~ James Comey

Director Comey intentionally obfuscates knowledge of the question from Rep Stefanik; using parseltongue verbiage to get himself away from the sunlit timeline.

The counter-intel investigation, by his own admission, began in July 2016.  Congress was not notified until March 2017.  That’s an eight month period – Obviously obfuscating the quarterly claim moments earlier.

The uncomfortable aspect to this line of inquiry is Comey’s transparent knowledge of the politicized Office of the DNI James Clapper by President Obama.  Clapper was used rather extensively by the Obama Administration as an intelligence shield, a firewall or useful idiot, on several occasions.

Anyone who followed the Obama White House intel policy outcomes will have a lengthy frame of reference for DNI Clapper and CIA Director John Brennan as the two primary political operatives.   Brennan admitted investigating, and spying on, the Senate Intelligence Committee as they held oversight responsibility for the CIA itself.

The first and second questions from Stefanik were clear.  Comey’s understanding of the questions was clear.  However, Comey directly evaded truthful response to the second question.   When you watch the video, you can see Comey quickly connecting the dots on where this inquiry was going.

There is only one reasonable explanation for FBI Director James Comey to be launching a counter-intel investigation in July 2016, notifying the White House and Clapper, and keeping it under wraps from congress.    Comey was a participant in the intelligence gathering for political purposes – wittingly, or unwittingly.

As a direct consequence of this mid-thought-stream Comey obfuscation, it is now clear -at least to me- that Director Comey was using his office as a facilitating conduit for the political purposes of the Obama White House.

Unfortunately, a slightly nervous Stefanik, never forced Comey to go back to the non-answered question and respond by saying:

No, Mr. Comey, there WAS a DNI in place in 2016, please answer the question of when did you notify him (Clapper) and the White House?

….. then it would get a little ugly:

Why did you notify Clapper and the White House but delay congressional notification?

With all the banter about these hearings, and against this slight moment of clarity of purpose, it bears repeating:

There is only ONE KNOWN Factual and CRIMINAL activity currently identified: the unmasking and leaking of Mike Flynn’s name to the media.

FBI Director Comey states his organization is “investigating”.  Fair enough, however – not a single congresscritter asked HIM if he is the source of the unmasking or leaks.

♦ How can a congressional committee conduct an investigation if they don’t know if the primary witness, the lead investigator, is the source of the leaks?

♦ Wouldn’t the very first step, the actual basis of the foundation for the investigation itself, be to ensure the person conducting the investigation did not participate in the illegality of the conduct being investigated?

Think.

Avoid the shiny things.

Why wouldn’t congress ask this simple question?

Admiral Mike Rogers answers that approximately 10-20 people within his NSA organization had the potential to unmask and/or leak to the media.  Fair enough.

♦ Wouldn’t the first question as follow-up be to ask Admiral Mike Rogers if he is one of those numbered possibilities?

♦ Wouldn’t the second follow-up question, in an authentic inquiry, be to ask Mike Rogers: if he is one of the possibilities with access to that information, then was he actually the person who unmasked or leaked?

If Mike Rogers and James Comey admit they are in charge of two of the possible source organizations for leak activity (expressly known illegal behavior)… then what affirmative confidence has either person expressed to congress to ensure the inquiring body that they personally were not the originating source?

And why didn’t congress ask them?

Think.

There is NO PEA in this shell game of distraction.

Why didn’t congress ask them?

Occam’s Razor – Because the question(s), the brutally obvious question(s), then lead to the follow-up:  If the only criminal activity is the sourcing of the leak, and the two people giving testimony are potential suspects in that criminal activity, then: A)  How can we trust their testimony, and B) Why are we even having this hearing”? (with two people who are suspects in an ongoing investigation)…

The answers reveal the current intention of the intelligence committee is not to actually investigate, but rather to give the outward illusion of investigation.

If they were not merely giving an illusion….  Congress would be pointing out that FBI Director James Comey has a direct and specific conflict of interest that is so glaringly obvious it’s unfathomable no-one see it.

Director Comey, and to a lesser extent Rogers, would have been in direct contact with the prior administration individuals, and entities acting on their behalf, who were politicizing the information being gathered and lying about (ie. leaking to the media) the content therein.

“Because of the sensitivity of the matter”  ~ James Comey

Didn’t Comey further claim in this hearing that lying about the content of (or even the existence of) a counter-intelligence investigation was not itself a criminal act?    Hello?

That said, James Comey has an expressed interest in claiming an ongoing investigation exists (even if it doesn’t) just to ensure the prior administration contact and behavior was shielded behind the wall of “an ongoing investigation”.  Comey says: “Because of the sensitivity of the matter”..  Where “the matter” is the politicized and entirely false information from the White House.

FBI Director James Comey has singularity of knowledge and has cleverly placed himself in a position where there is no “oversight” of his claims.

…”Because of the sensitivity of the matter”  ~ James Comey

See how that works?

At one point in his political life Comey may have been a White Hat, but there’s no doubt his behavior is exactly what a black hat operative would be doing to shield his connection to the black hat activity of the prior administration.

Summary:  Hillary Clinton political operatives manufactured the illusion of a computer connection between Russian entities (financial banks) and the Trump campaign/organization.  Those manufactured points of evidence were then passed along to White House entities who used the political intel community (Clapper to Comey) to open an investigation of nothingness – to nowhere.  The mere existence of that investigation was then used as the originating point for a series of media intel leaks (the narrative) intended to cloud and damage the Trump campaign/organization. FBI Director James Comey, as head of one of the investigative agencies, became part of that political apparatus.  Now, usefulness exhausted and with the media engaged, it’s CYA time all around for the originating entities.

“Because of the sensitivity of the matter”  ~ James Comey

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954 Responses to It Took a Freshman GOP Congresswoman To Pull The Mask From FBI Director Comey…

  1. George Hicks says:

    This is excellent work!
    Just sent it to Drudge’s tip line, let’s see if they pick it up.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      GH, I don’t know if you are a newcomer to TCTH, but this kind of political insight is what The Last Refuge is all about………….Sundance is a genius at distilling politics of the day.

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      • George Hicks says:

        Yes Bob. I was turned on to it by Laura Ingraham this morning.

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        • This is the place I go to for news now because I have found it to be above reproach and I’m sure I’m not alone.
          Also, if you read the comments section you will find invaluable information and links to other sites.
          Besides the stellar performance of Sundance the comment section is not to be missed as it’s probably the best on the internet.
          There is a core group of commenters that add to Sundance’s breadth of knowledge and there is also great humor to break up the tension as well.
          Glad you found TCTH, George and hope you tell others about this site.

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          • Buzzybee says:

            dhw, you took the words right out of my mouth. This site is so awesome. I read the comments to learn things and like to read the news. I used to hate reading the news until CTH came along. George, pull up a branch and enjoy! We have great fun here.

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          Welcome to the Treehouse…hope you stick around. Find your own branch and enjoy hanging out. This blog is a wealth of information and insight.

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    • Vinnie Liddiard says:

      I sure hope they Will! We the people need the truth!!

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    • Earl Jantzi says:

      Excellent article. Yes she looked a little “new”, which leads me to believe she may have had some help with creating the questions. Did you notice who was sitting to her right? I thought it was Trey Gowdy, but I might be wrong. They were awfully astute questions for a freshman congresswoman.

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  2. mitrom says:

    We need to call/contact other House Intelligence agency members and Senate intelligence members to tell them to pursue this illegal spying and this Russian ruse. They need to be put on notice that Americans will not tolerate them just sweeping this under the rug and to railroad Trump/his associates. Other info they should look into that might be true is the existence of a “Hammer” database that collected info on Trump (see link below), and Project Dragnet. The Senate Intelligence really have RINOs so we need to put the pressure on them to investigate this. Another concern I have is that the investigation will apparently look into any links/use of “alt-right” sites with/by the Russians. So, it’s a way that liberals/globalists can discredit and eventually censure conservative sites (Drudge, Breitbart, Infowars, etc.). Our freedom is at stake.

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  3. Karl Ushanka says:

    Great post. Comey no longer has the trust of any honest person who is paying attention. When he announced that he didn’t see a crime with Hillary’s home email server with TS information, he should have also resigned.

    My AT article: http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/07/fbi_resignations_where_are_they.html

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Thank you. Well said and well done.

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    • He probably had to stick around to cover up all the illicit activities between DOJ, Hillary and Obama! WHAT LOUSY CROOKS DO WE HAVE IN OUR HIGHEST INSTITUTIONS!

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    • paulyho39 says:

      I too, am so fed up with Comey I could just throw up! I don’t understand why they are even going through this charade of an “investigation”! You can’t trust a word he ( or Rogers) says…and the congressmen on the committee are so timid…and appear so afraid of being to hard on their witnesses it is sickening! Do you think for one minute the Dems would treat a Republican or conservative witness before them with such timidity? No! They would attempt to tear them apart! Yet here we have our representatives questioning them as if they are afraid they might offend them! Does this make anyone else as sick as it makes me?

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    • Ken R. Parks says:

      Well said. so many sheep out there and this is the most informative and honest forum I have found yet!

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  4. Mike diamond says:

    Someone needs to play that YouTube video over and over where Obama is asking the russion dimetre for help to win his second term as president! What kind of bad deal was made between Obama and Iran,why wasn’t that investigated??Hillary and pay for play charity?no one went to jail! This whole thing. Is so one-sided against president trump! Its a scam and a shame!!!

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    • K Parks says:

      I agree, Hillary destroys states evidence, which its existence of a server out side of the government system is a crime, and so was darn near everything she was doing with collusion with bill and anyone else involved with the Clinton Foundation…..all one of the largest RICO acts in the country…. I am so pissed off, they can turn our lives into hell over giving someone an asprin but these assholes steal murder rape and traffic, our money is used by these scum to destroy good folks in government so their cronies can steal and rape and and and…..we need to clean the swamp, with the law, in in failing us in that respect, we should rip them down from their positions of power and put them in prison, try them, and the treasonous scum should be shot.

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  5. Mickturn says:

    Seems to me that Comey is a Democrap Shill…holding this investigation open is only a way to hang Trump out to dry…therefore Comey is doing their bidding!

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  6. It’s so frustrating for me to watch her fall flat on the follow-up. Dear God, is it SO HARD to get just ONE person in there that can do a competent job?!

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    • GC says:

      I’d give her benefit of the doubt, here. She is WAY out of her league with these people. They know it, she knows it, and yet she grabbed them by the balls. I don’t think anyone in that room was expecting that; they likely figured she would mind her place. Comey balked, if only for a moment. I can understand what a nerve wracking position she was in there and she did quite well. In a few years time (assuming she doesn’t get swallowed by the corruption of DC) Ms. Stefanik is likely to be quite formidable.

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      • Mary says:

        Trey Gowdy was right there next to her and I hope he was actually listening to her questions as he might be able to pick up and get a chance to second round them

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      It is formulated that the questioner only gets 7 minutes – purposely. And only a select few of the ‘ranking members’ get a ‘second round’ … Chairman Nunes has the authority to choose who the ‘second rounders’ are on the Republican side.

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      • singingsoul says:

        I realized yesterday during the questions that only failed Lawyers go into politics and become failed politisions.

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        • I’ve been preaching for years that people need to STOP voting for lawyers running for legislative positions, the ONLY place in government where lawyers belong is the judicial branch and the AG’s office. Lawyers making up the majority of legislators int his country (congress and legislatures) are the entire reason the code of “laws” is SO massive no one could read it all in a lifetime, even assuming one could go without sleep the entire time. Laws MUST comply with the Constitution, most of those State and federal codes of “laws” are filled up with statutes which are NOT Constitutional laws and do not need to be obeyed, no arrests should EVER result from ignoring them, and yet thanks to lawyers permeating the entire government, those not laws are treated as laws and responsible for the filling our prisons with people who’ve harmed no one, damaged no one’s property, and never stolen anything, ergo they have broken no laws.

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          • Vinnie Liddiard says:

            In TX, only lawyers get enough money to run for Congress seats, whether Senate or House of Representatives! I mean millions and millions of dollars spent to win either a Senatorial or House of Representatives’ seats!!

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          • K Parks says:

            very well stated, I get blank looks when I say there are way too many lawyers in government and not enough statesmen, and men of Valor and Constitutional law! Lawyers spend their lives learning the constitution… and how to pervert it so they can make a buck, some of them are good men, but most are assholes with an agenda.

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        • Roger says:

          I don’t normally denote bad spelling but as long as you are criticizing, it’s politicians!

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    • Donna says:

      Maybe Trump is giving Comey enough rope to hang himself…

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  7. WhiteBikerTrash says:

    I have often wondered why the Communist Russians put on their show trials, and how in the world did they work.
    Now I get to study first hand the how and why of United States Ruling Class show hearings.
    No pertinent questions were asked therefore no real answers were presented.

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  8. Another Scott says:

    Slightly off the Comey topic, but since there was no actual vote tampering, the big charge against the Russians is that they hacked emails and released them to the public to influence the elections, right? Didn’t the major media outlets admittedly present non stop biased pro-Clinton, anti-Trump coverage of the election to try to influence the outcome themselves? Are CNN, NBC, CBS and ABC “Russians” too????

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    • kpm58 says:

      No.
      Worse, they are international.

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    • Steve in Lewes says:

      Actually Comey said in yesterday’s hearing was that Russia did not hack the emails.
      I wish I had the link/reference. It may have been posted on this thread in earlier comments.
      This along with the acknowledgement by both Comey and Rogers that no votes were changed.
      So it begs the question to dems and other idiots; what actually did Russia do to “hack” our election?
      NOTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • thedude says:

        google full transcript of hearings, then do a search when you are on the transcript

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      • Ken R. Parks says:

        To be real, they actually were hacked by way of Hillarys server…funny how the media changes the narrative subtlely, not to be noticed away from her idiotic move there. I say it begs us to wonder if she did it on purpose to keep her real interests in line, and are our intelligence agencies involved with her? Its time they put Hillary down, shes played them and us. Obama also has used our services, put his own agenda against the better needs of the nation and the real American people. We need to unite, and tell them to shove their one world agenda.

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    • paulyho39 says:

      Good question!

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  9. vfm#7634 says:

    A few questions:

    1) Does Comey know he screwed up and dropped his mask?
    2) Does Trump know Comey screwed up and dropped his mask?
    3) Whereas now I might see a point in Comey staying around, is there NOW any point in Trump not firing Comey and hanging him out to dry?

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  10. entagor says:

    Listen to how Comey feeds a point to the hearing. Comey said it was as if the Russian wanted us to hear them.

    Meanwhile the latest Wikileaks dump includes Umbrage:
    “With UMBRAGE and related projects the CIA cannot only increase its total number of attack types but also misdirect attribution by leaving behind the “fingerprints” of the groups that the attack techniques were stolen from”.
    https://wikileaks.org/ciav7p1/

    This Wikileaks dump proving the CIA can make others take the blame for CIA attacks was right on time for these hearings. Did Wikileaks intend to deflate the Russia balloon?

    If I was a low interest consumer of MSM news and heard Comey, I would jump to the conclusion the Russians were flaunting their powers, Did Wikileaks deflate Comey’s balloon?

    Dark Side might have been saving the fingerprint scam for the coup de gras.

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  11. Kathye Shuman says:

    The conservative press needs to rattle this cage repeatedly. Not with a “see how wonderfully right we are” attitude, but rather doggedly and persistently (just like the WP during Watergate).

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  12. Final point, those who are not complete fools agree that it was impossible for the Russians — or anybody — to hack the voting machines and change votes. They claim instead that the Russians released unflattering information about Hillary Clinton via Wikileaks. Among the more damning tidbits were her telling foreign interests at Banco Itau in a private speech that her “dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders”, and telling Goldman Sachs principles that (Chinese) President Xi is doing much more to try to assert his authority, and I think that is also good news.”

    Xi, of course, is the guy trying to turn the South China Sea into a personal lake.

    Would the FBI have investigated if she had won? LOL. Swamp dwellers protect their own. http://billlawrenceonline.com/swamp-smears-sop/

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  13. Kenneth L Kyzer says:

    The hearing was a total waste of time. We learned nothing new and the lies continue. Washington is full of nothing but crooks. How can the FBI director set up there and not confirm they are investigating the leaks of the intel community? We the American people need to wake up and demand answers. Also why is the heads of the department that leaked this information conducting the investigations? That is like asking the thief to watch the money in the bank. America is better than this and we must demand better. I urge everyone to write your congressman and demand answers or ask for the resignation.

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    • Donna says:

      Comey did say that Russia did NOT directly help Trump win. They only released her emails, “the same way as if you’re rooting for the Red Wings to win, you want their opponents to lose.” To me, this would have been a good place to point out, that the CONTENT of Hillary’s emails, revealed her true character, and she LOST the election for herself!

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  14. CC says:

    I have to wonder if Trump has purposefully left Comey in as to expose Comey for what he is and what he’s done and subsequently hang himself. Especially knowing how Trump operates, ie, Cruz at the convention, baiting the media, etc. There can be no other explanation as to why Comey is continued to head the FBI under Trump, unless Trump has laid a trap for him. It could be the freshmen congresswoman from Albany was told what to ask, (she having clean hands and no prior swampiness attached to her).

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    • WSB says:

      I believe Gowdy was of assistance in this.

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    • JT says:

      no. I don’t think Trump would play games in that way. if he didn’t like the smell of Comey, he would’ve gotten rid of him day one.

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      • Donna says:

        Trump may understand, but most people do not, that Comey was on the Clinton payroll back to the Arkansas days! He was also on the Board of Directors of “The Clinton Foundation!” I think Trump should ask Comey to resign, or be fired.

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        • Vinnie Liddiard says:

          I voted for and pray for greatness from President Trump, but you all must remember he was a long time Democrat, and knew the Clintons and all of their people, for years before he came over to the winners’ side 🙂

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  15. Steve DuBose says:

    Hillary and Bummer had enough going on with Russians to grant them access to our Uranium! I’d say they(The Dem.s) had a few meetings and underlying agreements, and that those agreements were probably not adhered to, an honored, at the first sign of media coverage. Now, the Dem.s, in order to cover their sins, are wanting to distance ourselves from Russia and tie Trumps hands from discovering the truth, and to keep Trump from smoothing over ruffled feathers with Russia. We have collussion alright, but lets look at the past administration’s record of recent events with Russia, as to where that collusion may have actually, occurred. There was a lot of land problems , escavation hurdles, and American duplicity. Russia may not be our worst enemy, but rather the light that simply shined on our “Clearest and most Present Dangesr”! We can not trust our Dem. partisan Intelligence. It becomes one giant smoke screen and play on legal terms, and literal translations vs truth.

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  16. TwoLaine says:

    “Sometimes we just wanna’ keep it tight within the Exective Branch.” Ya’ think James?

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  17. MelikeSmee says:

    Admiral Mike Rogers answers that approximately 10-20 people within his NSA organization had the potential to unmask and/or leak to the media. Fair enough.

    ♦ Wouldn’t the first question as follow-up be to ask Admiral Mike Rogers if he is one of those numbered possibilities?

    I wanted to point out that Adm. Rogers did say that he was included in the 20 people who had the clearance to unmask names.

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    • hanna693 says:

      Gowdy asked tough questions but never followed up just like this lady. They will not drive the point home, like the democrats. What are they waiting for? If they had done their job, Comey would have fallen right on his face.

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      • JDStill says:

        Congressman Gowdy is a professional prosecutor who has never lost a case. He is slowly and surely driving the nails into the coffin , giving the nation and the media time to process what they are being presented with, until there is no escape for the conspirtors.

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        • GS says:

          Congressman Gowdy never asked THE key series of questions during the Benghazi hearings. (1) Who did Ambassador Stevens meet with immediately prior to the attack? (Answer: Turkish Consul General) (2) How did the Turkish Consul General get through/past all the road blocks that had been set up around the “Consulate” to keep escape AND help from happening? (3) Why has the Turkish Consul General never been asked for testimony about what he saw and heard in the first several hundred yards after he drove away from the meeting with Ambassador Stevens? (4) Why did the Turkish Consul General never call back to the “Consulate” to warn Ambassador Stevens of the odd activity outside? (5) Why did Ambassador Stevens return to the “Consulate” that evening for the meeting with the Turkish Consul General, rather than meeting with him in the far more secure Embassy in Tripoli? (6) Oh – one more question while we’re at it: What was the “mission” there in Benghazi? Answer: Collection of weapons in and around Libya, and moving them out through the Benghazi port. To where, one might ask? Turkey. From Turkey to where? Answer (in the form of a rhetorical question): What’s right next door to Turkey?

          I know for a fact that those questions were presented to the Committee on the final day of testimony, and I know for a fact that they were promised to be delivered to Congressman Gowdy. Whether they were or not, is a question I do not have the answer to. But Congressman Gowdy is astute enough to have formulated every one of those questions on his own anyway. And NONE of those questions were ever asked about Benghazi. The other rhetorical question might then be, “Why?” If answered fully and honestly, we obviously would be far beyond simply disliking the answers.

          These hearings, are, as pointed out, whitewash for the unwashed masses. That great political philosopher, George Wallace, once said, “”There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the Republicans and Democrats.” Secret combinations – let those that have ears to hear ….

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  18. kristie ostrander says:

    Comey thinks nobody out here “the common folk” can read between the lines? If the President can fire comey and the others he should.President Trump n eeds help from credible agency -persons or trusted gov.body to get the TRUTH! enough of this nonsense.

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  19. woohoowee says:

    Congressional Oversight liked their broken cookie.

    There is an electronic trail of who looked at what and when they accessed it. And we’re supposed to believe that Slippery can’t follow that trail? Or that he doesn’t know someone who can tell him what’s at the end of that trail? Riiiiiiight!

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  20. Barnestormer says:

    If John Mitchell had simply given L. Patrick Gray a call suggesting an investigation into whether the Soviets had meddled in the ’72 presidential election, everything In Larry O’Brien’s files would have wound up at the Committee to Re-elect the President, Nixon would have served two full terms, Gerald Ford’s name would be only slightly more recognizable than John Sirica’s and “gate” would not be the obligatory suffix to every contrived scandal in D.C.

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  21. dayallaxeded says:

    Well, maybe here we see who’ll be the first woman president–not because she’s a woman, but because she’s competent and ethical. We’ve got some years to wait, but I think Ms. Stefanik is one we’ll be pleased to watch succeed.

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  22. ray76 says:

    This hearing was a psy-op designed to make the public believe Congress is investigating, in reality it is only to support and continue the bogus Russia narrative.

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  23. rashamon says:

    I just called her office to commend her for her participation in this rodeo. This unfortunate gentleman who took the call seemed quite perplexed by the attention his boss has attached over the last two days. He will learn. He will learn. 🙂

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  24. Southern Accents says:

    I believe “black hats” within the IC have every intention of getting Trump out of the WH one way or another. At the very least, eviscerate his Presidency into meaninglessness. All hope is not lost. They never intended for Trump to be President to begin with.

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  25. thedude says:

    i guess this is NOT a sensitive investigation !!! according to comey’s failure to follow protocol.

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  26. BobL says:

    Fry their corrupt asses. Conservatives, bring in an independent investigator. Trump, replace them immediately. Let’s get this show on the road all ready

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  27. William Ford says:

    Notice no GOP Rep picked up on this slip by Comey and none pursued it. The GOPe is not interested in defending Trump. But then Trump is to blame for not firing Comey on his first day. I fear he will pay a heavy price for that naive mistake.

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  28. wildbill2u says:

    Senator: Tell me Mr. Corleone, wasn’t your father the head of the Corleone mafia family?
    Michael Corleone: Senator there is no mafia organization. My father was a successful olive oil importer.
    Senator: Can you give us the records of that business?
    Michael Corleone: Senator we want to cooperate completely. Let me have my consigliere….er…attorney respond to that.
    Another Senator: Well, that’s the end of that. We asked the folks who might go to jail if they gave a bad answer and they all testified truthfully that no such organization as the deep state…ahem, the bureaucratic crime syndicate… exists.

    I really don’t see anyone asking the hard questions that might make these guys take the fifth. Either they are all in cahoots or have convinced themselves that unmasking the truth about NSA surveillance of the Trump campaign and the deep state leakers would destroy the Republic.

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  29. Brian Geminden says:

    Why is this sorry political POS STILL employed as DO Director?

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  30. Johnnybeedawg says:

    Interesting that neither Comey nor Rogers were sworn in before making their testimony. Neither testified under oath. Who negotiated that??

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  31. Does anyone actually believe that the Obama administration wasn’t notified? There is no way they sat on the “investigation” since July without the WH knowing about it.

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  32. Lloyd E Griffin Jr says:

    Brilliant journalism sir. Please keep these stories coming.

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  33. Greg Zotta says:

    Comey said the FBI has been investigating the Trump organization since July 2016. So what does that mean? One would infer the Trump campaign was under surveillance. Furthermore, all departments including the FBI, CIA Secret Service NSA etc. have been compromised. And Comey is a sellout who need to be fired and investigated himself.

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  34. Greg says:

    Look up comey sitting on board of directors of HSBC bank 3 months after they were let off with a slap on the wrist by Lynch working for DOJ. HSBC was laundering trillions a years, has Hillary ties and was turned in red handed by a high up employee. Lynch let them all walk with no criminal charges.
    Comey is sitting on their BOD 3 months later, just before being tapped to run FBI by Obama. Where he let Hillary walk.

    Great write up by Jerome Corsi.

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  35. susiejo says:

    Referencing back to the video provided in this piece, Comey stated that the Russians attempted to hack the RNC as well as the DNC, but he states nothing was leaked regarding Republicans. Wikileaks (Julian Assange) corrected his lie

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    • susiejo says:

      I need to add that this whole line begged the question as to what was the rationale for opening an investigation of the Trump campaign back in July when it seems from what Comey presented that they had a situation where someone had successfully hacked the DNC and released files via Wikileaks, AND had attempted to hack the RNC whether successful or not. I would also note that the DNC was at that time, not allowing the FBI to have access to their servers. What or who initially put the thoughts of possible collusion in their minds and justify such an investigation when there was not then (or since) anything to substantiate that a ‘crime’ of collusion existed.

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  36. Bullright says:

    So they are now trying to tweak that notification process…thanks to Cong leadership suggestions!? Grrrr. I think Comey is about tweaked out of options at this point.

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    • Bullright says:

      we like to keep it tight in the executive branch……….. bingo, from the camel’s ass. . But now he has the need to create plausible deniability for Obama,, even though Rogers said they knew of problems in summer of 2015. How could Obama have not been told even earlier about the problems? You can bet Ben Rhodes would be top in the WH links.

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  37. slothb77 says:

    One key point is missing from this article: Intelligence agencies *WERE* spying on Trump. But now that spying is given the cover of an active investigation. So that illegal spying turns into legitimate active investigation.

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  38. JDStill says:

    These actions by the the Obama regime , the shadow government they attempted to leave behind ,and the propagandists in the media, are nothing short of absolute treason to delegitimize the duly elected Government of the United States, prosecution and all levels of punishment including execution should be on the table.

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  39. JDStill says:

    These treasonous actions by the Obama regime, the shadow government they attempted to leave behind, and their propagandist co-conspiratorial minions in the media ,attempting to destabilize and disrupt ,( in fact, destroy) , the duly elected Government of the United States,should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,with all available punishments for the leaders of the conspiracy up to and including execution ,on the table for consideration.

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  40. Sidney crain says:

    The spooks never admit to anything and always cover their tracks!

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  41. Terry Grant says:

    This is exactly what I have been saying as well. I find it very odd that the Senate Intel Committee conclude in just a few weeks that there was no surveillance of President Trump directly but made no mention of those associated with his campaign. Especially when Comey stated that Flynn’s name should have been masked whether the collection was on him which would be illegal or the Russian Ambassador. Secondly, Schiff constantly states that the DOJ or other intelligence agencies have not provided proof of any surveillance. Shocking, that they very organizations who would have been responsible for the illegal surveillance are not giving up self incriminating evidence. Conversely concerning the Russian Hack which only the CIA and FBI stated they had “High Confidence” which is not certainty was linked to the FSB or GRU and all intelligence reports stated there was no collusion is an ongoing investigation.
    Comey’s handling of Hillary’s emails was pathetic. Intent to harm??? General Petraeus was charged and convicted of mishandling classified material and there was no intent to harm. Comey has no credibility with me, he is just another Clinton/Obama operative.

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  42. Virginia says:

    I was married to an FBI agent for 20 years. Dear Mr. Comey, whatever happened to Fidelity, Bravery and integrity?? You have lowered the bar of morality, integrity, and the pride that your agents exhibit. I am appalled that you have involved the FBI in your personal politics, double talk, and lies. You should be ashamed of yourself. I am appalled that corruption runs through our government is also running through such an honorable office of men and women who put their life on the line for this country. You lost the respect of the very agents you represent. You have lost sight of what your job is. It is so very sad and disheartening knowing you are leading one of the most honorable organizations that, by its very purpose must be above politics. I have watched the past year and I don’t even recognize you as being representative of anything the Federal Bureau of Investigation was created for. Our government is corrupt and now the FBI is tainted, not to be trusted, thanks to you, and all the other corrupt people running this country.

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  43. Natalie says:

    I noticed that Comey, or senior source, went to The NY Times Michael Schmidt for his response to Trumps Tweet. Michael Schmidt was also The NY Times author of the Inauguration Day wiretap front page article. No wonder the spineless congressional hearing didn’t ask Comey if he was the leaker or knew who leaked. Comey is hiding behind “classified” information not answering. Lawyers always say don’t ask a question if you don’t like the answer. Don’t ask if you don’t know the answer already.

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  44. This shows that FBI Director Comey should be terminated immediately for using the FBI as Obama’s private investigation squad of his GOP enemies.

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