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

  1. DeWalt says:

    I think Trump is playing a long game. The leaks are serious to be sure, but I don’t think it is Trump’s target.
    I believe his objective is to show in one big epic reveal that the entire system of government we have been living under is a total illusion and the President and Congress have no power. Once this is shown to be fact, he will be dependent on the people to create the environment to blow up the dam and drain the swamp for good.
    The important part is that the people be sufficiently​ aroused to finish the job.

    Liked by 33 people

    • The Boss says:

      I think you’re generally on target. Your last sentence hits the bulls eye.

      Liked by 7 people

      • buzzybee says:

        I echo this. The people need to STAY awake, and not be satisfied with merely getting Trump into office. The proverbial swamp must be drained, which will unfortunately take quite some time. This type of corruption is like trying to remove ticks and leeches who are deeply embedded. They don’t want to come out either. It will take discreet strategy. I once saw my spouse remove a tick from his thigh by holding a match to it. The tick backed out when things got hot. Anyone got a match?

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          buzzybe, must then you’ve got to make sure you catch that sucker, and smash his brains out to be be finally rid of him!

          Liked by 1 person

          • buzzybee says:

            Depends on whether it’s a leech or a tick. They tend to attach themselves to areas on their own, so thus are easy to ‘catch’. Not so easy to remove.

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    • RG says:

      Is she still safe this morning? Did the JackBoots visit her in the middle of the night? She is now known as a threat – pray for her safety and her ability to stay the course of being on the side of the people – not the swamp critters.

      Liked by 8 people

      • uvaldegirl says:

        I am more afraid that she will be lulled into the uniparty with roles on committees, speaking honors, head of table stuff….that they will destroy her that way.

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        • Ken says:

          Yes hopefully she doesn’t wind up like Senator Ayotte.

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          • BigMamaTEA says:

            Ken, it’s all good. She’s safe. She’s new. She’s got a good mentor. She made the right decision when she exited her 1-week Freshman Training class.

            I have had more than one congressman/Senator described to me personally, a “process” that while sounds like fantasy; but I’ve been assured it is not too much of a fantasy.

            I was told that when you come out of the Freshman week room…..(and this is in both chambers) that its almost like there are 2 lines (like a fork in the road) One line has a group of already sitting….saying “come over here…I’ve got some candy for you little one”
            {insert witch-voice} THEN, the other line there’s a much smaller line (unfortunately, but improving} with a group saying “Over here! Don’t you want to honor your obligation to the Constitution and Oath, and keep your campaign promises?!”

            The decision is made then.

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        • buzzybee says:

          Lulled….. well, I will just pray that someone sets an alarm when the swamp critters start singing lullabies to her.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Gowdy will protect her. (I know, I know; but I KNOW!}

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      Trump gets the long game. Short game is GOP vs. GOPe or Republicans vs. Democrats, but the only game is long, Americans versus the Deep State. People don’t like social media spying on them or televisions that can record their images and sound even when turned off. They really don’t like social media and electronics manufacturers coordinating with the Deep State for political ends. This is the end game. And the only game that matters.

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    • albrevin says:

      Now being reported that Clinton camp is “furious” that Comey kept the Russia probe under wraps during the election. Yeah, right. Fake news if ever there was. Clinton camp absolutely knew. What a joke.

      Liked by 4 people

      • spren says:

        Clinton, herself, made the statement on November 7th that “computer scientists” were investigating Trump’s servers for possible communication and collusion with two Russian Banks. How would she know that if these types of things are classified?

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        • WSB says:

          Hillary Clinton‏Verified account @HillaryClinton

          “With the election just 8 days away…Trump should immediately disclose all of his ties and connections to the Kremlin and its associates.”

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          A Clinton supporter , doing some kind of “research” within her job, I don’t remember exactly, but prob. was a AcademicResearcher, anyway, she just happened to notice through her “research” that there were pings appearing between a Trump Server and a Russian Server. Now, I’m not technical at all, but, I think that could almost mean that someone was attempting to; but did not succeed, getting into the others computers.

          Anyway, so, this female researcher, “just happened” to tell the Hilldabeast campaign. {snicker} The Clintons are like the Obamas.

          Plausible Deniability is one of their mottos. (even if that means throwing their friends under the bus, or driving over them, or whatever.)

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          • spren says:

            She is a computer scientist from University of Indiana. Her last name is Camp. She is supposedly the one, as you said, that “alerted” the FBI about the pings on Trump’s server. First off, how would she know that unless she was trying to hack into it. After the FBI performed and “investigation” they claimed they found no evidence of any collusion. (How did they perform this investigation without electronic surveillance?)

            Then she became enraged that the investigation had been halted. Last week Circa reported that one of the Russian banks contacted the DOJ to report that someone, a third party within the US, was trying to establish a semblance of communications between their servers and Trump’s. Was this Professor Camp trying to once again frame some false evidence to re-encourage opening of the “investigation.” These things smell to high heavens, and why wasn’t this individual’s name and activities brought up in yesterday’s hearings?

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            • BigMamaTEA says:

              Wish I had all the answers spren. I do however; know, the Clintons. I’ve got enough info (with a deadman’s switch) to put both away. And Arkansas next door, sure would like to get their hands on ’em too.

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        • DeWalt says:

          Probably one of those little “chance” meetings on the tarmac.

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    • kathyinnavarre says:

      Bingo!

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    • dustahl says:

      My opinion, partly true but probably Trump is chosing to hve small battles and not torch the whole DC structure at once

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    • Rebnstx says:

      Dewalt, you are right. Anyone with half a brain can see this is acting. No one is after truth or answers. All a stage. Even before I stopped watching tv a voice inside me would say ” don’t sit in the company of this” I should have turned it off earlier. Let’s just listen to the voice of the Holy Spirit. The Lord is seperating & calling us to chose life or death. Those that belong to Him will march on into eternity. Our forever home. Peace & love fellow treepers. There will be times of renewal & victory before the Lord’s return. A glorious victory over evil men & deeds forever. The enemy forever will be no more not even the memory of them. Praise God.

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  2. andi lee says:

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

    Should have reminded Director Comey the Select Intelligence Cmte has the TS/SI/SAP clearances to be informed of any US sensitive matter.

    SSCI are almost meeting everyday, since January, behind closed door hearings. Today, same.

    https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/hearings

    So. What does Senator Cornyn know? When, did he know it?

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      What say you, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe?

      To the Inquiring Members of Congress seeking the truth, perhaps consider a subpoena for FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Reportedly, McCabe held a meeting of FBI brass by invitation only to discuss Gen. Flynn in a negative manner. McCabe used some expletives to describe Gen. Flynn and President Trump, according to some agents in the meeting that didn’t agree with McCabe. Very shortly thereafter, Gen. Flynn was released of his duties.

      The McCabe meeting may well be entirely Fake News or it may have been dishonestly portrayed but because the innuendo exists and due to the seriousness of the rhetoric McCabe reportedly used toward Gen. Flynn and President Trump, why not question him under oath? Because Congressmen such as Chavetz, Issa and Gowdy claim total commitment to getting the whole truth, perhaps McCabe, the #2 person in the FBI, may be able to answer some questions with more clarity than his boss did yesterday.

      As some will remember, McCabe’s wife received several hundred thousand dollars to run for state office which failed but there was suggestion that Hillary campaign insiders contributed to Mrs. McCabe’s run and those donations appeared rather coincidentally with the FBI’s pondering of Hillary’s email scandal.

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    • RG says:

      It would be wise at this point to give a “history” of exactly who Comey is. A democrat operative appointed by Clnton and used by Obama and a democrat who has stayed with the plan to move further and further to the left. He can’t be trusted and yet, I don’t believe that he can be ousted by the President either. Case almost closed on what’s up at the FBI.

      Liked by 4 people

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      andi lee, you don’t want to know the answer to that question. {snicker}

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Syd (@Syd) says:

    CTH just got a shout out from Laura Ingraham on her radio show!

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  4. History teaches says:

    Nepotism is not good or smart. Or is it necessary.

    http://lamecherry.blogspot.ca/

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  5. yy4u says:

    Havent’ time to read everything, but just briefly watching the first three minutes, THIS WOMAN IS A STAR!

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  6. Bob Thoms says:

    And I am giving a shout out to Treeper Mickey Wasp who first linked to this critical exchange (and Comey’s uneasy responses) in yesterday’s thread…………………

    Liked by 8 people

    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Thank you, Bob Thomas. However, it’s not mine – it’s ours – many other Fellow Treepers give me a lot to digest and contemplate, that leads to more truth and that is what it is all about – The Truth, b/c truth does not fear investigation. Give Sundance and/or CTH a ‘heads up’ and then they take it to the next level. I’m sure that others and Sundance had their eye popping moment and instinctively knew this was important.

      You can imagine my jaw dropping – shh everyone in the room and I was alone. Then frantically looking for a video of this exchange. The Good Lord put it on my heart, that this needed to be posted. Quickly. And fortunately, the ‘young millennial’ Ms Stefanik has her own you tube page …

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Big-hearted words Mickey Wasp………………………….I caught your post yesterday and knew you were onto something………btw, I posted your comment on Powerlinebog yesterday and gave you kudos for the video and observations about what was said.

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        • Mickey Wasp says:

          Again … many thanks. I will be attuned to your posts and reply, if it seems I have something to add to the conversation. Good Day to you and yours.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          BobThoms, and thank you for posting to Powerline too!

          BTW treepers, that is exactly how you ……well, I call myself a community AGITATOR. The more the info gets spread around………

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      • buzzybee says:

        Love what you say about the truth, Mickey. Recently I’d posted that truth should never take a break. Love the idea that it does not fear investigation. Truth loves the light. The wicked who practice misdeeds love darkness rather than light.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Bob, up top just below the banner there are 2 different links, one links to the thread posted before the one you are on, the other takes you to any new thread posted since the one that you are on.

      Nowadays, Sd sometimes has posted as many as 10 different topic threads in a day.

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  7. Lee Cary says:

    “Because of the sensitivity of the matter.”
    Bovine feces.
    Missing follow-up: What did “sensitivity” mean in that particular context, in a general sense?e

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      ^^ Agree. She should have drilled down deeper on this and other critical points.

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      • benifranlkin says:

        u have to admit as a junior Congresswoman she did better than any of the old geezers, as Clapper would say , “wittingly” or unwittingly”…the rest is left to the ages and us, Bob.

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      • Mickey Wasp says:

        Totally agree, with critical follow up questions. However, the way the ‘hearings’ are set up, it does not give a person much time – purposely. She only had 7 minutes and did a great job getting the answers she wanted. I can just about guarantee, that within the halls of Congress and the FBI, they took notice.

        From what I’m reading on other posts – even radio host Ms Laura gives a shout out to Ms Stefanik and Sundance, CTH … that is real progress.

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      • farmhand1927 says:

        Here’s a question, maybe some here will know the answer…

        Could it be that Comey was very up front about stating there is ongoing investigation into whether or not there was collusion between Team Trump and Russia because if he closes the case, then the contents are discoverable by certain entities? in other words, as long as the case stays open, it’s considered ongoing and no comments or testimony can be made about a case in that status? If that happens to be true, he can leave the case open indefinitely and never have to come clean on who he’s talked to, what was said or any payers involved. Is that theory way off base?

        Sure looks like Comey knows exactly who unmasked Gen. Flynn which is why he won’t assure us the FBI will pursue the felon(s) who did it. He knows, and whomever it is, the person (s) are too close to home. Same deal with Hillary’s emails. He acknowledged she made major errors but he didn’t believe her wrongdoing was intentional so she walked free and clear. In the case of the felony committed against Gen. Flynn, Comey admits it was illegal to unmask a private citizen but he doesn’t seem to have the necessary interest to pursue it. He is very selective in which laws he believes should be followed and which don’t matter. His philosophy lines up well with Obama’s Admin.

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        • Mickey Wasp says:

          FBI Director Comey repeated several times that these ‘investigations’ could take a long time and gave many ‘no comment’ type answers. Therefore, you are on to something and the ‘engineered narrative’ can and will continue.

          If the Republicans and Trump Admin can hammer down and apply pressure and start the ‘elimination’ process of who had access to the masked documents. They will eventually have to give someone up. IMO – they could very well be looking to scapegoat some low-level employee and are in the process of disparaging this person. So that it does not touch the higher-ups of the Obama Admin or congress-critters.

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        • entagor says:

          farmhand1927 says:
          “Could it be that Comey was very up front about stating there is ongoing investigation into whether or not there was collusion between Team Trump and Russia because if he closes the case, then the contents are discoverable by certain entities?”

          Quite possible. Comey is a cipher

          We do know that although he torpedoed Hillary with truth, he also gave her a pass

          Getting to the point where we ask not ”what is the truth?’ but “what is Truth?”

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        • farmhand1927 says:

          Should be ‘players’ involved.

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        • Barnestormer says:

          This could be a good time to recall Comey’s limits, as illustrated in the Clinton server “investigation.” He can’t indict. That’s within the purview of DOJ–AG Sessions’ DOJ. Recall all the frustration surrounding the failure of AG Lynch to empanel a grand jury in the Cinton case, without which g.j. personal subpoenas could not issue and the FBI could only request, not compel, witness testimony. The critical point: whatever cooperation Comey may have had (and expected to continue to have) from a sympathetic DOJ at the investigation’s reported July, 2016, launch changed substantially in January, 2017. The question of how substantially will hinge on decisions made at AG Sessions’ DOJ–the agency with the prosecutorial power over criminal Russian conspirators and felonious classified information leakers alike. And by whom, given Sessions’ recusal decision.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      LeeCary, patience, she’s young and learning.

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  8. Mike diamond says:

    Rep Elise Stefanik, is very smart real and full of life,we need about 50 more just like her! She is a good example or young and old!

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    • bofh says:

      I’m not convinced that she’s not just The New Generation of RINO. Looked like there might have been some pulled punches yesterday. How does a 30 y/o freshman congresscritter become chair of what might be a pivotal subcommittee without playing ball with the GOPe?

      Not saying she’s been turned, but not ready to fully support her either.

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      • entagor says:

        How does a 30 y/o freshman congresscritter become chair of what might be a pivotal subcommittee without playing ball with the GOPe?

        You don’t

        There is normally a predictable relationship

        Of course, people didn’t catch on to what she had said, so maybe she didn’t realize where she was going either.

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        • entagor says:

          I just remembered how a young idiot bested a national union.

          When I was too young and dumb to know, I complained to my local about a problem and ended up being harassed by the local for rocking the boat. I wrote a letter to the President of the National Union explaining why the facilities I worked at were not following national practice. Got a call at 2:00am Saturday night from a thug who told me ‘Bob’ (the national big shot seen on tv) told him to take of of this hot potato. He worked me like a scene in the Godfather. I was totally beaten, but I was too young to know stupid and blurted out “But if a contract is illegal, does it stand? ” Total silence. He reluctantly said ‘no’ and he would call me back. I hadn’t known the contract was illegal. That wasn’t my complaint. But I stepped in it. At this point they didn’t know if I was smart or stupid. So they treated me like smart, worked out a solution to legally crush me like a chicken before I crushed them

          which is why this young lady is also a cipher in a magic shadow show.. She did us a favor. Hope for the best

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      • distracted2 says:

        I think her follow-up questions are telling. If she didn’t know where the initial question might lead, she wouldn’t have been able to form such thoughtful follow-up queries. And she did quite quickly, I might add.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Mkediamond, time to get out in your areas and start recruiting! I’ve not only located, but spoken to/about some replacements coming up from my State. We’ve got a couple that need to go!

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  9. distracted2 says:

    She’s a smart cookie. His body language gave him away from the onset of her questioning. He was phoning it in until he realized the significance of the questioning. He came to attention, adjusted his posture, and then after his realization of his own physical response, he verbally called attention to it in an effort to deceive.

    It happens immediately following her first question.

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    • uvaldegirl says:

      Was he glancing at his cel phone during the hearing. I swear, he’d lean back and look toward his lap just under the table. Like not a care in the world.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        THEY ALL give it away! Some with their body language, some with their speech. Start watching in all situations. After a while, you’ll notice.

        With Obie, if I only listened and didn’t watch while he spoke, I realized Obie had previously been trying to hypnotize or something with his movements. At least for me.

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  10. Mike diamond says:

    For you and old to follow,sorry for my spelling!

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  11. swimologist says:

    Laura Ingraham is referencing this CTH article on her radio show right now!
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    • raw moon says:

      i heard that !
      she referenced ‘sundance’ as “really smart” and someone with vast knowledge of the intel community. a big ‘wow’ factor coming from her.

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      • Dixie says:

        He does have vast knowledge of the intel community for reasons only he knows.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Yeah Dixie, ……like…..the Shadow………{enter creepy music! HA!}

          It’s really, because he can crowd source from this sight, and works his azz off. (Sorry Sd for giving it up. {snicker})

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          • Dixie says:

            You’re too young to know about “the shadow”. Even I didn’t know about “the shadow” until my 87 years old husband would mimic the music that went with it. “Only the shadow knows…..” According to 4chan, he also has a bit of background in intel. See, you made me say more than I thought was appropriate. I’ve kept that to myself for months! {shhhhh!} And, we all know he works his azz off and you do too. 😎

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            • BigMamaTEA says:

              original sources Dixie, otherwise, it’s hearsay! HA!

              My dad had some albums when I was a kid, of old radio programs from his childhood. So, I’ve actually heard reproductions of actual recordings.

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              • Dixie says:

                See! I knew you were too young. You don’t even remember black & white television!

                It may have been hearsay or not, but it was complimentary at a time when others were being critical. My mama always told me, “if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” 🙂

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  12. Lukeflip says:

    Laura Ingram just read most of this article on her radio show. Go Sundance go.

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  13. trumpthepress says:

    I get Comey is a liar and part of the deep state. My question is what can be done about it? Who funds the FBI and NSA etc…? And can our President alone do anything about? Does congress need to defund? Simple majority? I want to get rid of the black hats. Now before they lie and payoff congress etc…Any insight on correcting this area of corruption would be appreciated.

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    • bulwarker says:

      The problem with Comey and other top officials is that they are LAWYERS with ZERO experience as agency investigators. It baffles me that we have yet another lawyer in charge of an agency tasked with investigations.Trump needs to replace Comey with someone who is career FBI and worked their way up from field agent.

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      • trumpthepress says:

        Agree. But my question is how to get rid of him? Can he just fire them? Or does congress need to defund? I want to know the path to removal of these scumbags.

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        • Pat Stevens says:

          Agree as well. Comey should be replaced with Sheriff David Clarke. He would get to the bottom of all of this crap in a heart beat, and Congress would be told. Of course some of Congress might get arrested too. However, FBI Directors are appointed for 10 years and Trump kept him on when he should have said “I’d like for you to stay on as director for a few months until my new director is confirmed.” Now the only way to get rid of Comey is if Pompeo or Kelly investigates him and proves Comey is breaking his Oath of Office or is engaged in illegal activities. I don’t trust Flynn’s replacement. The scumbags in Congress we can remove through elections, but the political appointees are more difficult. Perhaps a petition to the White House would help, but we would need at least 100000 signatures for them to even consider it.

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        • bob says:

          My understanding is he has 7 years left in his congressional approved term. President cannot remove. Only Congress can. Comey has stated he isn’t going anywhere. And Congress doesn’t have the balls to replace him. They are uniparty after all.

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          • trumpthepress says:

            Thanks. Someone else said the President can according to an article he read on LawNewz. I am trying to track it down. Hopefully the President can without Congress.

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          • Kroesus says:

            ALL political appointees serve at the “Pleasure of the President”……the reasoning as to why Comey is still there is b/c of this fake investigation of Russian collusion that is ongoing….if Trump fired him while it is still pending it would bring back charges of Archibald Cox firing

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          • Barnestormer says:

            William Sessions, fired by Bill Clinton, would beg to differ.

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      • Keln says:

        Doesn’t have to be career FBI, but should at least be someone with a career in law enforcement as well as administrative experience, such as a sheriff or police commissioner. Considering that there are likely some bad guys at the top levels of the FBI, it might be wiser to bring someone in from outside of Washington.

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      • John Galt says:

        “The problem with Comey”

        is that he’s appointed by Obama. F=MA, E = mc2, U=Q-W and Obama appointees must be fired.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Even though the FBI Director is a 10 year term. That position does serve at the pleasure of the POTUS.

      So, Trump CAN fire him at any time.

      Now, the old culture of DC would be more concerned about the political optics of doing so; but………there’s a new “attitude” we are attempting to inject there.

      (Slick Willy, a big proponent of political optics, uh, em, still found the need to fire the current sitting FBI Director, just a few days before Vince Foster was murdered. Make of that what you will.)

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      • trumpthepress says:

        Thank you for the answer. Yes – the Clinton’s are so filthy. Disgusting. My opinion is that President Trump can and will fire him in the near term then. Especially now that Comey and Obama and his minions have been caught lying.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      trumpthepress,
      Q-1: we are working on it now
      Q-2: Ultimately, the taxpayer. It’s appropriated by the Intel committees.
      Q-3: Yes-
      Q-4: Yes
      Insight – later. Some of us are juggling about 3 other things right now. (Or read all the threads and all the comments from at least October 2016, to start. Or use the search box , up top, right side. Patience. Crazy-cra-cra right this second.

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  14. freddiel says:

    This is how Comey answered that question: “Because of the sensitivity of the matter?” shrug, nod. He clearly did not want to answer; the words came out of his mouth; he was satisfied with his answer.
    I wonder which one of his handlers will give him a pat on the back and a cookie.

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  15. fleporeblog says:

    I just called Rep. Elise Stefanik’s DC # (see below) and spoke with a receptionist. I shared the fact that I am not from her congressional district but had an opportunity to watch the hearing yesterday and thought that she was the only one that really got to the heart of the matter in her questioning of FBI Director, James Comey.

    I really would like to encourage others on CTH to do the same. They actually picked up the phone after one ring. She needs to know that we are on her side because I could just imagine what the other side is telling her today.

    Washington, DC Office
    318 Cannon House Office Building
    Washington, DC 20515
    Phone: (202) 225-4611

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  16. Go back and watch Trey Gowdy stop rocking in his chair when he realizes where Rep. Stefanik is going with her questioning. Do you think he will pick up that line and carry it forward? I think not…

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    • Howie says:

      He Accked!

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      I would not be surprised to find out that Gowdy actually wrote what she was reading.
      I don’t know her well enough yet; but, Gowdy is that good. NOW, I know……but right now Gowdy has no power, and “they” have been doing everything they can to throttle him.

      They did the same thing to my Sen.Coburn. He was an astute, intelligent congressman, on a mission. But he did not have enough others at that time to stand with him, and “they” marginalized him. They could not shut him up, but “they” could block his power for the most part. It takes numbers there, to make change. (Dr. Coburn did resign under the guise of “health issues” (he has survived colon cancer 3 times) but he is now on to other things. Saw him at our State Capitol last week.)

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    • Of course not; the Republicans never go for the kill, they just skirt it. I am not impressed.

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  17. The Boss says:

    This article is nice to see after all of yesterday’s pearl-clutching. I hope the Nervous Nellies of the world can see after reading this that up on the gallows is a noose with Comey’s name on it. Other names to follow.

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  18. WallyWorld says:

    Wow. Laura Ingraham just referenced this article on her radio show. Props to Sundance

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  19. WallyWorld says:

    Wow. Laura Ingraham just referenced this article and CTH on her radio show. Props to Sundance

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  20. truthandjustice says:

    Yes, a sham, etc. which I’ve posted several times. Agree about Gowdy, etc. Someone mentioned (might have been SD) how difficult it is/will be to overcome all these people who are blackmailed to do the Globalists bidding. Yes. As some exIntel people have said and many of us already knew, the Uniparty is mostly made up of complicit, blackmailed/bribed controlled people. If not complicit, if you had a choice of losing your job (re-election), your life/family, prison time or just voting the way your donors/puppetmasters told you (to harm Pres. Trump), I’m sure you’d choose the voting route.
    To me, that’s the most serious threat in that it would prevent him from attaining his agenda (other than physical threat).
    I don’t know how you’d go about getting around that. Having said that, I still believe God is behind him and knows — somehow this will all get worked through and I hope that the exposure and indictment of the guilty ones will come out in the near future and help. So many unexpected things could happen – many scenarios.

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    • Kelly says:

      What seems impossible for humans is a proverbial walk in the park for God. Divine intervention put PDJT into office and has also made him very productive and successful in his first two months. I’ve been praying that the going-ons in the darkness would be brought to light. Unfortunately, those who have compromised themselves may see the ruination of their careers, their lives and the lives of their families.

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    • Keln says:

      “I don’t know how you’d go about getting around that.”

      You get around it by finding out who is dirty, then making an example of one or two of them, preferably someone from your own party so as not to make it appear to be a political witch hunt. Then you quietly let the others know you are on to them and have evidence of their corruption. They can play ball, or go to federal prison.

      I don’t like selective enforcement of the law any more than you guys, but well over half of Congress is likely criminally corrupt, and going after all of them would cause a serious problem for several years, completely derailing the MAGA agenda. Trump can get them to work with him this way, and push for term limits and other legislation to gradually take care of the corruption problem over the next decade or so.

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      • Rip Tide says:

        That makes a lot of sense, thanks Keln!

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      • WSB says:

        This is what I always thought about President Trump. He has known about the inside of our government for some time, and probably knows where more bodies are buried by having worked with many rep’s and Senators on building projects within their states.

        I also believe, if there are life and death illegalities, those will need to be addressed.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      I pray for POTUS’ PHYSICAL safety every day. I believe he can handle the “emotional battle” quite well. I only worry about his physical safety.

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      • The Tundra PA says:

        Me too, BigMama. I also ask the Lord to continue to give him strength for the emotional battle. I know he can handle it, but it is demoralizing to face so much hatred, slander and lies every single day. Our collective support, and the Lord’s grace, is all he has to face that barrage with. God bless this man, and our great country.

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    • buzzybee says:

      God doesn’t always call the equipped. But He always equips the called. I believe God has called President Trump to this office. Therefore God will continue to equip and protect him, as well as raise up others to surround him.

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  21. gary says:

    So we had Fox and Friends deal with Sundance’s reporting. And it’s on Laura Ingraham (both shows had Laura Ingraham talk about this story).

    I wonder if Rush and other places will talk about it today? Or if Tucker will interview her tonight. Or Hannity discuss this on his radio show or on TV tonight.

    Hopefully the STORY will explode in MSM, but not sure it will happen.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      Rush will hijack the talking point……….I have moved past Rush….he is always a week or more behind on the trending talking points………………if you check CTH daily you don’t need Rush……………..Rush is for the masses who think they are in the loop on things, but in reality aren’t.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Yes, Rush will hijack the talking point BobThomas; but he has on more than one occasion mentioned the name of this blog. I think snerdly has to remind him, but…….

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  22. trumpthepress says:

    I posted this in the other thread but didn’t get an answer yet….Comey is a liar and a black hat. This is clear. What is the process for getting rid of him and the majority of the FBI and NSA? Can the President do that or does congress have to vote on it? Simple majority in the Senate to defund it? I think this has to be done very soon. We know the problem…what are the steps to remove these clowns?

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  23. Howie says:

    SDC strikes again.

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  24. The Deep State and High ranking Obama officials are in SERIOUS trouble! If this were a game of Clue, the dead body would be Gen Flynn, the weapon would be the unmasking of his name(illegally) and the only answer that remains is WHO committed the crime. Now that we have a timeline(July 2016) AND the fact Comey was leading the investigation with enough power to NOT inform congress(due to the sensitive nature) while informing the Intel & Executive branch, we can start to eliminate OR do some regression analysis to find the CRIMINAL(S). This will only be a matter of time before we find out WHO did it and WHO ordered them to commit this crime(unmasking of a US citizen(s) for political reasons. The ONLY hope that the Deep State had to keep this illegal behavior concealed from the American people was to either Win the election or find serious collusion with the Russians by the Trump team during the election, NEITHER of which happened. Now, an Intersting twist would be if congress WAS informed, then you have Comey trapped lying to protect the Gang of 8…..why would he do that? This is going to be Intersting for sure, especially knowing they have nothing on Trump. Tick, tick, tick, only a matter of time before this explodes on the Deep State!

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    • Rip Tide says:

      Any recent word from Dr. Steve P. (Clancy co-author) on white hat activity?

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    • WSB says:

      “Now, an Interesting twist would be if congress WAS informed, then you have Comey trapped lying to protect the Gang of 8…..why would he do that? This is going to be Interesting for sure, especially knowing they have nothing on Trump.”

      Yes, that is interesting! Especially since Elise is on the Committee, but not part of the Gang of Eight.

      Rut roh!

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  25. Dennis Glendenning says:

    Here is a little background on Mr Comey, seems he has always helped the Clinton’s.

    Remember Whitewater?

    20 years ago James Comey as an attorney on the Senate Whitewater Investigation was looking into the conduct of President Bill Clinton and first lady Hillary Clinton. The investigation was to determine whether Bill Clinton used his political position as governor of Arkansas (in the 1980s) to push through an illegal loan to benefit Bill and Hillary’s business partner in Whitewater. Several people involved in Whitewater went to jail, but no criminal prosecution was in the cards for Bill and Hillary.
    Remember James Comey was the Deputy Special Counsel for the Whitewater investigation….

    In Christopher Anderson’s book, American Evita: Hillary Clinton’s Rise to Power, Anderson gives details of the New Square offenders pardon by Bill Clinton (who had been convicted of bilking the government of $30 million dollars). Christopher Anderson relates that at Hillary’s urging Bill gave clemency to 16 Puerto Rican terrorists who took the lives of 16 Americans and wounded many others. Anderson tells us that Hillary admired the Marxist Carl Oglesby and Saul Alinsky. It is from her admiration for Saul Alinsky that she formed her belief that “the only way to make a real difference is to acquire power.”

    The pardon of billionaire Marc Rich (who traded illegally with America’s enemies including Iran) by President Bill Clinton was something that everyone knew reeked of impropriety after learning that Rich’s wife donated $450,000 to the Clinton Library.

    Again James Comey oversaw investigations of the pardon matters as well. Unbelievably James Comey did not recommend charging the Clinton in any of these matters. Wouldn’t it be fair and balanced to give news coverage to these facts?

    Isn’t this strange that the media has not exposed this?

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  26. Anthonydog says:

    Questions on wiretapping should lead to the FISA Court and the protections that were accorded to the CIA contractor Dennis Montgomery who worked for Brennan and Clapper building them a secret super computer called “The Hammer.” This is the core of the wiretapping charges.

    General Thomas McInerney…In a fascinating interview tells of how the secret super computer of Brennan and Clapper THE HAMMER “targeted and wiretapped Donald Trump “A ZILLION TIMES.”

    This information was caught on audio tapes that were taken into possession by FBI Director Comey– Comey took from Montgomery 600 million documents that Montgomery had in his possession – proving Brennan and Clapper were hacking innocent Americans and developing files on them. Montgomery was then accorded protections for “possession” and “testimony” by Judge Lamberth who was the head of the FISA Court.

    Listen to the short interview of General Thomas McInerney telling of “THE HAMMER.”

    [audio src="http://www.davejanda.com/audio/GeneralTomMcInerney031917.mp3" /]

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    • WSB says:

      Try these links:

      [audio src="http://www.davejanda.com/audio/GeneralTomMcInerney031917.mp3" /]

      http://www.davejanda.com/guests/general-tom-mcinerney/sunday-march-19-2017

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    • anthohmy says:

      I think he is subtly calling out all kinds of stuff, just like he whispered during the email hearings that the way Lynch set things up it was not a prosecutable case – all that immunity gave them no leverage and Hillary is a master at leaving no trail.

      Look at all the trouble the went to to PRINT 55,000 pages of email rather than send over a digital file with all the metadata intact? There is no email authentication on any one of those ‘emails’. She did the same thing during Whitewater and was quite found, lawyer and all, of using the word ‘evidence’. That case, coupled with rules of evidence and immunity agreement was gutted by Loretta Lynch.

      Which Comey told us between the lines, after he had that press conference and told the entire country she did it.

      I think both of these guys are funny as hell and are 4 layers deep in what they are saying as they address far more than Trump and Russia.

      Here, he cryptically adds, after saying they go quarterly and brief,

      “Thats by practice, not by written rule or policy…”

      He’s setting it up to say they didn’t brief on this, I think to any of the three entities.

      “When did you notify the DNI, the Whitehouse, or Senior Congressional leadership?”

      “Obviously the Department of Justice has been aware of it all along”

      How’s that for not-an-answer?

      Why obviously? Because Lynch got the FISAs and is the tapper or what other reason, because it isn’t just about Trump, it’s about Hillary, and maybe Huma?

      “I don’t know what the DNI’s knowledge of it because we didn’t have a DNI”

      We all know he knows there was a DNI from July through January 20th. This can only mean he started notifying during the gap period in between Trump’s inauguration and Coat’s swearing in, for that is the only time we didn’t have a DNI.

      “ until Mr. Coats took office and I briefed him (he leans in and adds energy ) his first morning

      But he did not brief Clapper any morning between July and January 20th?

      He doesn’t mention briefing the Whitehouse at all, either way.

      “Why was there no notification prior – to the recent, to the LAST MONTH?”

      “I think it was a matter of such sensitivity that we wouldn’t include it in the quarterly briefings

      The quarterly briefing(s)?

      I don’t see him state that he told Clapper or the Whitehouse during the quarterly briefings and not the Whitehouse. This plays that the FBI held the vest close to their own chest and it begs some questions.

      If Clapper and Brennan were obviously investigating the Russian hacking and knee deep in Russia, it wold seem incumbent upon Director Comey to include them in this. If Obama was standing up at the pulpit talking about the Russian hacking of the elections, it would seem incumbent to tell him.

      I don’t think he is obfuscating the quarterly briefings, I think he is calling this particular situation out as unusual enough that the FBI did not act as they usually do and give any quarterly briefings due to the sensitivity of the situation. “Thats by practice, not by written rule or policy…” he says earlier and then I think it was a matter of such sensitivity that we wouldn’t include it in the quarterly briefings

      If you were to tweak all these questions and substitute the Clinton and the Clinton Foundation, that has meat already on the bone.

      While everybody talks about the Russian’s “interfering” in the election, nobody will address the mechanism, how exactly they did it – what affect the CONTENT they supposedly added to the mix had on the election that supposedly altered the results.

      These people are actually grieving losing the election and quarterbacking how it happened by projecting everything we know Hillary did onto Trump, because they can’t come right out and say what was in the DNC emails (the DNC manipulated the elections ) or the Podesta emails (Podesta, minimally was colluding with the Russians and ‘recruited’ in the ways Comey talks about earlier. I imagine Bill was surveilled when he was in Russia just like Trump would have been, we know $500,000 changed hands with a banker connected to Putin, my-goodness 20% of US Uranium passed to Russia through the actions of Bill. Did Bill Clinton ever register as a foreign lobbyist? Did Hillary report all the business the Clinton Foundation was doing with foreign governments as the MOU dictated? How many other governments did we discover they were lobbying on behalf of after millions changed hands?

      It is THE elephant in the room and not one of them can address it, as they would be addressing not only why their candidate lost, what the American public discovered that caused them to switch parties and vote for somebody they were sure had no appeal, they would also have to address that an aging ex-president was acting as an agent of foreign governments, taking funds for speeches and who knows what else, didn’t register as a lobbyist, and was operating out of a non-profit foundation that was registered and tax-exempt for the purposes of building the Clinton Foundation library.

      If the Democrats bleat loud enough about Russia and Trump, maybe it can help them never have to take an honest look at why she lost and what was happening right under their noses all that time.

      The subtext of this entire hearing is the Clinton’s and I don’t think we know for sure what is being investigated.

      Makes no sense for Comey to give that press conference and out her to the entire country during the email fiasco, or for him to say the subtle things he did during the hearings, or to make a move so bold and so striking that the whole country stopped dead in our tracks.

      WHEN MR. TRUMP BECAME THE NOMINEE, THERE WAS SOME SENSE THAT IT WOULD BE GREAT IF HE COULD WIN, BE GREAT IF WE COULD HELP HIM, BUT WE NEED TO HURT HER NO MATTER WHAT. THEN IT SHIFTED TO HE HAS NO CHANCE, LET’S FOCUS ON UNDERMINING HER. THAT WAS THE JUDGMENT OF THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY.

      Is he talking about the FBI or the Russians, because in that email report they wrote about the disdain in the Secret Service and State Department Security for Hillary Clinton.

      Change a few words here and you are talking about Paul Ryan,

      “THEY HATED HER, SECRETARY CLINTON. WANTED TO HARM HER AND THOUGHT MIGHT HAVE A CHANCE TO HELP MR. TRUMP. AND THEN LATER CONCLUDED THAT MR. TRUMP — IT WAS HOPELESS AND THEY WOULD FOCUS THEN ON JUST TRYING TO UNDERMINE SECRETARY CLINTON, ESPECIALLY WITH THE EUROPEAN ALLIES”

      And if manipulating the electorate is a problem, when is the hearing on the DNC throwing Bernie under the bus and the fairness in those elections.

      The pathos of this thing is deep. They all know what she did, there is enough evidence to choke a country. They are playing out the hearings she would have had had she been elected, doing everything they can from the country stopping long enough to realize what came out in those days.

      And it sure sounds to me like Rogers would have the packet data of all of it traveling across the lines to Russia, out of the US, but that didn’t happen. It was a USB drive stuck in a computer and shipped to Wikileaks, or it was somebody inside the NSA.

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  27. Msher says:

    A different interpretation, not necessarily mutually inconsistent

    Comey and Rogers, lied to Congress yesterday about something else. Imho, in a fascinating way, which, imho, may give away a lot. They both said Britain spying on Trump would violate 5 Eyes agreements. No, no! 5 Eyes agree they won’t spy on each others’ leaders/officials but at each others’ request, will spy on each others’ citizens. (The written agreements may well have prohibitions, but any prohibitions have long since been suspended by contrary oral agreements.) Trump was a citizen, not a leader. Who is claiming Britain took it on itself to surveil? It would have been at request of U.S. Intel. And that’s exactly what 5 Eyes members do for each other. Of course I don’t expect an admission of that. But a vaguely evasive, slightly ambiguous statement was the order of the day, not a direct lie.

    And I have a guess as to the reasons for the spying -aside from any dirty tactics by Obama, I.e., why the Intel agencies would so willingly get involved and what else, besides trying to dump Trump, they are covering up. 1) Trump’s campaign national security adviser, Flynn, was a maverick with ties he wasn’t publicly disclosing, and 2) the biggie, some in Trump’s circle and especially his for-a-while campaign manager, Paul Manafort, had disclosed ties to Ukraine, a country we and the EU are meddling heavily in to drive it away from Russia and into the bosom of NATO and the EU. I think our (and the EU’s) activities in Ukraine are wide-spread, possibly might be shocking if known. I think it possible Ukraine was what the surveillance was really about. The UK under Cameron (and May) was very much aboard the EU’s and our meddling efforts, so I think British Intel would have been willing to do the surveillance if asked so there was no track here and our Intel officials could plausibly deny. Ukraine/Crimea/expanding NATO seems to be McCain’s obsession too.

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  28. Walt says:

    Sundance someone posted on the daily thread a video that wikileaks posted on twitter. That talks about why the Russia stories were created by Clinton’s. It was all a smokescreen to cloud the uranium deal.

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  29. Faithwalk says:

    Comey was appointed by Obama. End of story. Get him out.

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  30. gary says:

    A question for you guys:

    Did Comey or Obama ever say they discussed this Trump investigation together? Yes or No? Was Congress special security section aware of this investigation, that was started in July 2016 before a few days ago? If Obama or Comey stated he did NOT talk about the Trump counter-intelligence investigation, and the rules are Comey is suppose to let others know about this investigation on quarterly basis, someone is lying, right?

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  31. Tony Stark says:

    Stefanik is the youngest congresswoman ever elected and is a 2006 honors graduate of Harvard University. I can’t find info on what she majored at, but before she ran for Congress, she worked at her family’s plywood business.

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  32. laura ingraham name dropping CTH on fox n friends.

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    • steph_gray says:

      That was great! Thanks so much for posting it. Particularly enjoyed the clips of Comey’s repeating his shiftless non-answers, while darting his shifty eyes, over and over and over…

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  33. gary says:

    If a counter-intelligence investigation started last July in 2016, then doesn’t the FBI/CIA/NSA investigate data/phone calls, do a “wire-tap”, why did Head of FBI and CIA say that they didn’t do it, and that it was ridiculous that Trump would make that claim.

    The FBI/NSA/CIA are lying, they have to be, they launched an investigation into TRUMP and his team, to catch the “spy-russian agent” right? And this was under Obama administration, with Obama being updated on a quarterly basic if this investigation.

    So why didn’t Comey get asked directly, did you tap and gather info on Trump and his team, YES or NO. And was CIA head aware of this FBI counter-intelligence operation on TRUMP and his team?

    Go Trump Go
    Drain the Swamp

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    • gary says:

      Question that has SERIOUS Dangerous Implications! :

      Is Obama now being updated by the FBI/CIA/NSA and did he decide to stay in D.C. to “out the Russian Agent Trump”.

      Here is why I say this, if a FBI launched an investigation into whether Trump or members of his team are Russian AGENTS, (a counter-intelligence operations was started July 2016), then can Obama call a STATE of Emergency, and get Trump for TREASON along with others in his administration.
      .

      MSM is preparing for impeachment, with the Russian story, Dems are preparing for impeachment, and we all see that the Globalist Republicans are preparing for impeachment.

      Trump can’t trust the FBI, the CIA, the NSA since they are part of this investigation that our president is a Russian agent! Isn’t this the Manchurian candidate plot from the movie.

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      • benifranlkin says:

        that dog don’t hunt. there will be no impeachment as there is no crime other than the leaking of classified info re Gen Flynn. they are trying to slow Trump down. he will not be stopped.

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      • cali says:

        I would refer answers to these questions to the VAULT 7 release by WikiLeaks which is basically the counterstrike by white hats to push back the agenda and actions of the black hats.
        It detailed how intelligence used information hacked by Russia as a means to disguise and make all these fabrications as though they originated with Russia. Nothing about Russia, Trump, Flynt or anyone else had any involvement in said charges made against them. It was pure fabrication created by the deep state.
        If intelligence can access your car software and assassinate you via remote access leaving no fingerprints while making it look like an accident (which is most likely how Michael Hastings the reporter died and as witnesses to his death that night suspected)how easily would it be to fabricate Russian accusations about non-existing crimes against an opponent?
        While there are a couple of FBI agents and white hats post on the dark net to remain undetected and anonymous a name kept being mentioned. A Russian native and hacker named Dmitri Alperovich directly worked with Obama hacking and producing the false charges against Trump et al. He hacked numerous Russian outfits to gain their malmare among other tools which he then used to produce all these false accusation in tandem with the rest of the deep state.
        Dmitri Alperovich has a Wikipedia page and one can easily see how much he aided the DNCe, Hillary and Obama in hope to elect Hillary since he is also a democrative supporter and activist who was first in fabricating the claim of Russian hacking the 2016 election. When you study his business career one can come to the conclusion that he obviously also is part of a deeper intelligence related assistance to the democratic party only.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      and don’t forget “then is it true Mr. Comey that President Obama and you together were investigating the candidate of the opposition party during an election year?”
      getting awfully political aren’t we? gee whiz, no wonder Comeyis covering for the Obama WH. My money is on that little stink Ben Rhodes…testament to the fact that there is no small enemy…just small friends.

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  34. paulraven1 says:

    “Unfortunately, a slightly nervous Stefanik, never forced Comey to go back…”

    Well, therein lies the problem, the perpetual problem. Our side has no closers. Never has.

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  35. Linda Tate says:

    Three branches of Government; all should have been notified. Senior Congressional Leadership over breaches and investigations should be able to hear what is going on. All sitting on commitees of this nature should have been vetted and been given clearance to hear and have the ability to keep those secrets. Comey you are wrong……………

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  36. Joy mingle says:

    Why does Trump administration not get rid of Comey, Clapper and ALL former Obama-ites?
    Seems valuable time and resources waisted.

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    • entagor says:

      Trump can’t dump Comey since Comey is investigating Russian connection to Trump’s people. It would be called obstruction of justice, and used to start an impeachment. Comey has to do something unrelated to the investigations to get the boot – like a hit and run accident

      Very handy the investigation was started during the election. If Comey was crooked, he himself could obstruct. In any case, the perpetual investigation puts someone with a long history on the Dark Side in charge of criminal investigations for Trump and Comey can’t advise Trump because, hey, the case involves Trump

      Trump probably knew the setup going into the election last year. Trump is worthy

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  38. Thomas says:

    So basically they got away with it!!!! 😡😡😡

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  39. killdozer says:

    I have been watching a thing on ytube called “where is Braverman” and I have been getting to the bottom of this ! but after watching a few of them Im starting to hear voices ,murming ,chanting and dark hands invading my thoughts ,so no more of that for me , ,I feel like that rabbit in “watership downs” because of his hypnotic voice (George Webb) I now have “Physic Abilities” Like that Kevin Bacon movie “Stir of Echoes” ,so this is my take ,”Find the Awan clan ” and you will find your answers ,now I have to claw my way back down the rabbit hole for some solace

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  40. Poupon Marx says:

    Long game versus Short game? I doubt it. Look at Brazil, where an incorruptible and intrepid judge has charged major corporate figures-several convicted and serving long sentence-indicted TWO PAST PRESIDENTS, DILMA ROUSEFF AND IGNACIO DE SILVA. The Speaker of the House was forced to resign and is charged with crimes. Over a hundred charged and/or indicted of politicians, lobbyists, corporate executives. And still going strong.

    Look at South Korea. Look at us: NOTHING. CONSTIPATION WITH SHEET ON THE BRAIN.

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  41. 7delta says:

    Rogers’ last response, beginning at the 5:29 mark, as well as his body language, is quite interesting. His gaze is downward nearly the whole time he’s speaking and he’s wiggling. Maybe he always wiggles a lot and people will sometimes look away, if they’re thinking or searching their memory when talking. Combined, it makes Rogers look very uncomfortable about what he’s saying.

    Putting aside the purpose of the hearing and Sundance’s excellent insights for a moment, IMO, what Rogers said is telling too. He’s seeding an additional narrative and seems uncomfortable with it. He begins about how agencies share info, then talks about the continuing discussions about the “roll of voting infrastructure in the United States, in terms of critical infrastructure, and if we need to bring it into the Critical Infrastructure…” Note the pauses, voice modulation and trailing as he says this.

    Killing two birds with one stone? Narrative shaping is up again: Gee whiz, gosh darnit, after all these “hacks” and the interference by “foreign” governments, it’s clear we absolutely must have Internet security, so it’s imperative that States relinquish their sovereign authority over voting infrastructure and the authority they hold over the “political” portion of “citizenship” to the federal government’s “Critical Infrastructure”, then make it all uniform, because it’ll be safe there…in one place…instead of fifty different impossible to collectively “hack” State infrastructures. It’ll be so much easier to oversee and “control.” And let’s not forget how many “new Americans” there are that aren’t actually naturalized citizens. We can’t have States discriminating against them by requiring ID’s or proof of citizenship. It’s for our own protection and for the protection of our “sacred” democratic electoral process, ya know. Uh huh.

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    • valuetruth says:

      I would agree that you rightly recognize one of the other “main targets.” Remember that the “voting infrastructure” was teed up during the election cycle and there was “evidence” of “hacking” in Georgia. The Feds said, they would be happy to “come along side” states that requested assistance. Except that ooops… turns out it was Homeland Security who attempted to hack the voter registration data base. As you point out, so important to listen carefully to the “messaging” that is put forth.

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      • 7delta says:

        I remember that, valuetruth. Obama fired the first shot about nationalizing elections…after publicly saying it was impossible to hack elections because of the State differences, but that was in response to Trump being “ridiculous” that it was possible. Then Russia, Russia, Russia took over the narrative. I guess Obama “evolved” on his position…again.

        I remember the “hacking” by DHS into Georgia, too. I think several other States complained about the same attempts, as well. I just remember Georgia, for certain. Either way, yeah, the feds are a surefire solution to voter and election fraud…if we want to make it easier for them and their owners to put in their guy…or gal.

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      You seem to be as cynically skeptical as myself …
      I to caught Rogers body language – even at the very beginning when Rep Stefanik started with her questioning to Comey. Rogers wiggles in his chair to gather himself and intently stares into the abyss and is listening intensively. Total focus on what the questions are and Comey’s responses. Thus, formulating clean-up answers and a subjective narrative to take the session into a different direction. Stefanik hit on the “Why didn’t the intelligence community notify congressional leaders of the ‘investigation.'”

      Rogers moved quickly away from this line and went after the “Russian Yahoo attack”, this is where I think Rogers is walking a fine line and gives the ambiguous posture that makes everyone unable to conclusively describe whether he is a ‘white, gray or black hat’. Is Rogers giving a ‘heads-up’ to the Deep State wanting to control all election infrastructure? Or does he really believe the election process should be controlled by the federal government?

      Also, could this line of answering by Rogers be a ‘heads up’ to congress-critters that AG Sessions is quietly aligning his US Attorney’s to start investigating voter fraud? And the Trump Admin is formulating a plan to expose voter fraud and implementing a memorandum to have states clean-up the voter rolls and institute a Voter ID law …

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      • 7delta says:

        Is Rogers giving a ‘heads-up’ to the Deep State wanting to control all election infrastructure? Or does he really believe the election process should be controlled by the federal government?

        I wondered that too, Mickey. I wondered if he had been “urged” to insert (seed) the nationalization of elections somewhere in his responses, if he believes it’s a good idea or if he’s alarmed by the behind-the-scenes push for it and the power shift it would create, so he put it out, rather awkwardly, to alert Americans of the plan. Whatever his reason for bringing it up, his delivery didn’t seem like natural spontaneous speech to me.

        I hope he’s horrified by the idea, because, like the lightning bolt that awakened Frankenstein’s monster, it would be the jolt that would raise up an absolute monster of tyranny…called America.

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  42. Trumppin says:

    Q. do you think Gowdy’s Name dropping yesterday was them throwing a bone to move the hounds off in misdirection ? it really bugs me that he avoided Comey and rogers being listed in that list which if he was worth his weight as a prosecutor Comey and rogers would be top suspects

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  43. shadowcole says:

    The only thing I thought when I heard they were having a hearing yesterday was, what a waste of our taxpayer time and money. Nothing ever comes of their “investigations”. They don’t want the public to know that most are involved in corruption but we are getting close to the truth as far as who, what, where, when, why. We will get the answers and I believe soon.

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  44. Rurik says:

    Years ago Mike Vanderboegh of Sipsey Street had Comey spotted as a black hat when he was working on the Fast and Furious gun smuggling incident, which has never been satisfactorily resolved.

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  45. Howie says:

    DDD Report. As DDD reported a while back. Rush just broke 2 items.
    1. THE PEE PEE PAPERS are the root of the FBI investigation of Trump.
    2. Due to Sessions recusal the DOJ is being run by Obama appointed Dana Boente who gave ‘permission’ tp Comey.

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  46. B R Thompson says:

    Great analysis! First coherent statement of the facts, that has made any sense! Although, it was fairly obvious that Director Comey was extremely evasive about even the simplest of answers to any questions.

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  47. JohnS says:

    As others have alluded to, how can there be an investigation going on since July without surveillance of any kind including phone intercepts etc.?

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  48. truthandjustice says:

    Trump is challenging the whole CIA-media nexus
    Nothing like it since JFK
    ” CIA has believed, for a long, long time that it is the president, it runs the country, it decides the important issues, it fronts for mega-corporate incursions into foreign nations, it decides foreign policy, it calculates when a regime should be overthrown, it decides how to foment wars that will end up funneling huge chunks of cash to the military-industrial complex…

    Digging out, exposing, and getting rid of the rot and corruption inside the CIA is on the order of turning around an oil tanker in a small lake.
    That rot and crime wasn’t built to its present level overnight. It has been built since 1948.
    The people who constructed it (with Allen Dulles right up there at the head of the line) assumed they could stage a coup. A national coup. They could essentially take over the country. And to a large extent, they did. JFK’s assassination removed a potential obstruction early in the game.
    Then, nothing. Until Trump.

    CIA and major media in this country are in lock-step. They feed each other. They produce a picture of reality that is entirely shallow and false. They want compliance, obedience, and silence. They want to make black white and white black. They want to fulfill Orwell’s 1984 prediction.
    The best of these little “journalists” are leeches and adoring cowards. They cling to the higher-ups who run the show. The worst of them are psychologically and spiritually mongrelized sociopaths, for whom sadism is the only way of life. Like their CIA brothers, they believe (or did believe until recently) that no one could remove their entitlements.
    Steve Bannon knows—and I’m sure he’s told Trump—that a war against the media is the best way to go right now.
    In other words, if the head of the snake is too hard to cut off at the moment, go for other parts of the body.

    https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2017/03/18/trump-is-challenging-the-whole-cia-media-nexus/

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    • tgmccoy says:

      Mohamed Bin Brennan is the key to all this.
      The CIA is the source…

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    • Howie says:

      CIA and FBI have become the cumbersome Uniparty secret police.

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      • singingsoul says:

        Howie “CIA and FBI have become the cumbersome Uniparty secret police.”
        ____________________________
        In any totalitarian regime the secret police keeps the masses in check. This was done in Russia under Stalin, Germany under Hitler, South America , Italy under Mussolini in Africa and other places.
        We always hear why did people allow this. These tyrants are slick just as Obama and Clinton were slick they lull a Nation into a false narrative and false security. Those of us who know the signs who have lived through or right after a tyranny know what it looks like.

        Only after it is to late people wake up and see the truth and often there is no turning back until a bloodbath. We are in danger and our President is in danger and all those who are discovering the truth and who are uncovering the deceptions. My prayers are with all the brave and with POTUS and this Nation. God Bless You All.

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Taking the media down, is equivalent to cutting out the CIA’s tongue from the deep states brain. When one cannot speak – the target cannot hear.

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  49. 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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