Occam’s Razor – If You Listen To Every Nunes Public Statement in Sequence…

If you listen to Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes public interviews in the exact time-line sequence, from March 22nd to now, a clear picture emerges.

The “tipster” source is unknown. However, the actual intelligence report(s) he reviewed, which contained the unmasked surveillance information, was simply President Obama’s daily intelligence Briefing(s).

It appears, most likely, someone (aka mysterious tipster), simply told Nunes which dates to review.  Hence the Executive Branch SCIF was utilized.  The ACTUAL intelligence product itself was the Executive Office Presidential Daily Intelligence Briefing.

Most likely a Clapper (ODNI), Rogers (NSA), Comey (FBI Counter Intel), and Brennan (CIA) work product.  Remember, President Obama preferred written intel briefings which he reviewed from his secure iPad.

Reconciling the intelligence report that Nunes reviewed was actually the Presidential Daily Briefing (intel work product) also explains all the variant political concern angles.

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587 Responses to Occam’s Razor – If You Listen To Every Nunes Public Statement in Sequence…

  1. Raffaella says:

    Is this why he had to go to WH to review Obama’s daily briefings or to meet his source (retiring secret service agent?) or both?

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    • sundance says:

      Yes to first part. Unknown, but highly unlikely, to second.

      Liked by 20 people

      • bertdilbert says:

        This is way worse than Watergate, it was official government product.

        Liked by 23 people

        • SoCal Patriot says:

          No doubt, but the difference will be the MSM. They obsessed over Watergate, but will likely go out of the way to minimize/ignore this. Thank goodness POTUS has his weaponized Twitter account.

          Liked by 23 people

          • Fe says:

            I intend to post the cr@p out of this. I remember Watergate and could not believe what a big mess that was. My younger brother was obsessed by it, watched every last minute of the hearings.

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            • tellthetruth2016 says:

              Thank God he has his daughter and Jarred in there and officially put his son n law on the payroll to help with the swamp draining …..

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              • Bull Durham says:

                They are totally useless for this matter.

                He needs CIA Pros, retired who know these machinations.

                This is why Flynn was gotten rid of. To leave him naked to every dirty trick.
                They could have never gotten this off the ground with Flynn there.

                Nunes is a godsend. And the leaker from Obama’s time. Had to be someone like Flynn who knew the truth and wouldn’t tell lies in his briefings to Trump. Maybe, he’s an ally of Flynn. The man had many people he worked with in 33 years of Intel work.

                Prayers for Nunes, the leaker and Trump.

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            • dalethorn says:

              Watergate was most unusual in a way that media ignore. For instance, the burglars were CIA – very skilled spooks. They taped a door to prevent an alarm if I remember correctly. Then a security guard discovered the tape and removed it, and then the burglars replaced the tape. Bad enough, and then these CIA pros allowed themselves to be captured by a hotel security guard. The entire affair smelled rotten to me, ultimately to get at Nixon, who big media hated with a passion.

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              • cozette says:

                Oh for sure it was a CIA set up to take Nixon out. Nixon was on to them and wouldn’t play ball. Bernstein, the reporter was a CIA operative and the WaPo, then as now, is a CIA propaganda outlet. The only thing Nixon did wrong was erase a few minutes of private tapes after being ordered not to. For that he resigned. That’s why the reaction to Hillary destroying 33,000 supeoned emails infuriated and saddened me. The GOP at least had the decency to tell Nixon he had broken the law, no man was above it and they would not stand by him. Naturally the Dems, doing the CIAs bidding demanded impeachment since Nixon defied the law. My how times change.

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            • bertdilbert says:

              This could be bigger than the Zimmerman trial! The nation will be transfixiated!

              Actually, I don’t think anyone cares about Obama at this point, he is no longer employed where he can do harm. He is like a bad memory.

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            • SoCal Patriot says:

              I watched it everyday myself. I remember when the Watergate Committee questioned Alexander Butterfield and he indicated that there was a White House taping system. I can remember being pretty surprised to learn that.

              This situation is exponentially worse than Watergate if it turns out how we all suspect.

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          • suejeanne1 says:

            and they try to throw confusion into the mix any which way . . . speaking of confusion, I think it is important to keep all the names straight and for people to be aware that the Mike Rogers heading NSA is not the same Mike Rogers who was the Chairman of the House Permanent Select Intelligence Committee. I keep repeating myself, I know – but I hope someone will get to the bottom of the story about Mike Rogers – Congressman from Michigan/Chair of House Intel decided to retire from that and pursue a career as a television producer at CNN. Vanity Fair? New York Times? New Yorker? Chicago papers? (he was an FBI agent in Chicago before he ran for Congress)

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          • Jimmy Jack says:

            And that’s why the internet and alt media will be our friends right now. The MSM is dead, they just don’t realize it yet. Failure to cover this accurately will make this unavoidably clear.

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          • ladypenquin says:

            I think it this actually goes the route of law and order, the MSM will be finding themselves on the downside too. They’re the most destructive enemy, IMO.

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      • WSB says:

        And the reason they unmasked the names was for Obama to read through? Was this arrogance that no one would uncover these reports, or naïveté that Hillary would be the next WH occupier?

        Did someone forget to clean this up?

        Does this then corroborate the Montgomery files? Or is this in addition to the Montgomery files?

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  2. FofBW says:

    Then Obama is in it up to his ears!

    Liked by 20 people

    • fangdog says:

      It is much easier to conclude Obama was in everything up to his ears, than to believe he had nothing to do with anything.

      Liked by 24 people

    • sundance says:

      Well, he would be the end user for whom this intelligence product was created.

      Liked by 29 people

      • SoCal Patriot says:

        Sundance, it is likely the Democrats know why he was viewing the intelligence reports at the WH. Would you agree? And would that explain their obsession to now getting him tossed from the Intelligence Committee?

        Liked by 22 people

        • sundance says:

          Yes, yes, and I think they know exactly what he has read. So yes.

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          • Fingolfin says:

            So why don’t any of the Trump defenders/supporters on CNN or MSNBC (e.g. Lord, Kayleigh, Andre Bauer, Miller, etc) push back more aggressively/confidently against the relatively straightforward FUD/attack points being pushed by either the hosts like Lemon or anti-Trump politicos/journalists on their panels??

            I know it’s almost always 4 or more against one, but still… I feel like you (re: Sundance) would destroy so totally their attack lines that they’d back off making them and move on to another (anti-Trump) topic.

            Also, did you catch what David Drucker said during the first half hour of Don Lemon’s show tonight?? I’ll try to find a clip but in the meantime, see quote below. Have any of the “former intelligence official” talking heads been this up front about what’s driving all the Trump/Russia stories?? 😳

            David Drucker: “But I think this all gets back to the fruit of the original sin. And that is the president continues to coddle Vladimir Putin. He did so during the campaign, he has done so during his own presidency, and that is what fuels all of the speculation about contacts with Russian officials, disclosed or not disclosed, that could have some air about them that are improper. The president barrates our allies, he barrates some of our adversaries. Who gets protected, who gets apologized for; the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin is really more of a dictator. And **weird hesistation/stutter** that is what causes him all of these problems and is something he could wipe out if he would shift and treat Russia the same as any other Republican on Capital Hill and he just won’t do it.”

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        • StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

          Those dems know all about SCIFs.

          Like the one in the Secretary of State’s private office where information magically ported onto HRC’s Blackberry, onto her insecure, FOIA and national security classified information violating, private server, and onto a laptop that went missing in the mails.

          Those dems are real Patriots when it comes to guarding our freedoms.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Tossing Nunes from the Intelligence Committee, wouldn’t do much to shut him up. Seems to me it would only hasten the exposure. It’s obviously big stuff they’re desperately trying to keep hidden.

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    • Then even the corrupt Democrats may have to throw him overboard…….just kidding. Donna Brazile still works in politics – the party has no shame. Fix a debate, get a promotion.

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    • WSB says:

      So these are like the Watergate Tapes? The Obamagate Briefs.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I put this i the previous thread but think it is appropriate here as well (I don’t think we will ever see Obozo in D.C. Ever again)

      I truly believe this week will be a turning point for our President. Comey spent an entire hour last Friday at the WH. That is unheard of. The fact that the FBI was provided that data from Montgomery and now are being called out about it leads me to believe that his days are numbered.

      He and Admiral Rogers were to be questioned behind closed doors on Tuesday. According to Nunez on BOR this evening, they are refusing to go and speak with the House Intelligence Committee. That is unbelievable! I think Admiral Rogers is playing along not to tip his hand. That is why he isn’t going without Comey. I believe Rogers is a white hat since Representative Nunez stated that the NSA has been cooperating and the FBI hasn’t.

      I also think that Montgomery’s attorneys are growing impatient. Wikileaks has all the data as an insurance plan.

      Our Lion will use the momentum from having this revealed and Obozo’s cast of characters taking the 5th when they appear before the House Intelligence Committee to not only drain the swamp but put every single congressman and congresswoman on notice that the fun is over.

      James Comey is a dead man walking! I don’t have a doubt in my mind now he will resign or commit suicide. Once he and his lieutenants are gone, nuclear holocaust will fall throughout D.C. because the white hats in the FBI will be liberated. Throughout the next couple of years folks will be arrested and brought to trial. Jeff Sessions showed us today he is ready, willing and able to get the job done. Obozo’ legacy will live in infamy as the worst thing that ever could have happened to this country. I honestly wonder if he will ever come back to D.C. Wouldn’t shock me that he lives out his life in Hawaii.

      I am on the mailing list for Rep. Elise Stefanik. Below is a link to what she sent me.

      https://iqconnect.lmhostediq.com/iqextranet/view_newsletter.aspx?id=101986&c=NY21ES

      This woman is a true Patriot! Love her little blurb especially the last sentence:

      This week I attended a House Permanent Select Committee Hearing on our bipartisan investigation into Russian active measures during the 2016 election campaign. The witnesses testifying before the committee were James Comey, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Admiral Mike Rogers, Director of the National Security Agency. You can watch my questions by clicking the image above or this link. I will continue to follow the facts wherever they may lead into this important investigation.

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      • Fe says:

        Fle, do you think that P44 thought he could get away with this or that it would never come to light?

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        • Doug says:

          well they were so sure hillary would win. I also think the whole dc apparatus both dem and repub has gotten away with so much for so long they thought themselves invincible… in many ways probably still do. The only loose angle to tie up now seems to be why Comey ever let the investigation get so far. what was his game there? to not look partisan? seems like he was always going to let her go

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          • suejeanne1 says:

            What IF – Obama did receive intel and all that and went along with it, the black hats were providing it – Valerie Jarrett’s request perhaps – but what if Obama actually was worried about Hillary becoming President and all the harm she and her corrupt ways would do to HIS legacy, the Democratic Party and even to the country – I think he looks down on her, recognizes her deviant willingness to do whatever it takes, whatever she wants – he let the the intel flow across to him, from Brennan whose snarly face he does not trust, from Comey who should have been working for him but was covering for Hillary, even Loretta Lynch seemed more concerned about helping Hillary than serving the Obama administration, she could have declined that tarmac visit with Bill – when all was said and done, Obama – not wanting to tip his hand to any one that he really did not want Hillary in the White House – that we need to get her out of our political bloodstream – that as nefarious as all of this appears on HIS part, he actually did welcome Trump to the White House – he is not in French Polynesia to be out of the reach of US law, unless it is in the hands of Democrats working on behalf of Hillary – he is just there to be out of the grasp of the Hillary-lovers, out of sight, maybe out of mind, until all this blows over and somehow Hillary gets pinned, pinged and pasted on every headline when some other news gets tossed up through the transom window (or slid under the door) – he is out of town, Babe, writing his book. Just a theory. He wants to be out of the blast zone of Hillary’s fury.

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            • webgirlpdx says:

              Sue: I agree with what you’ve said, although might add that Obama was such a weak and small little man that he was always just ‘somebody’s’ puppet. Deep State….Soros….MB……??

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            • Eaglemom says:

              Obama totally trusts Brennan. Brennan is his own personal black hat stooge. Brennan was directly involved in the passport breach of the 08 election which some say was to sanitize Obama’s passport. He goes waaaay back with Obama.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Here is a thought, Fe, on them thinking they would win. It’s a bit of a conspiracy theory, but after listening to the Montgomery witness tapes last night, it makes more sense.

          I am putting together three rumors. One is a rumor I heard the morning after the election. The other is the Montgomery insider, talking about the Florida registration uploads by Montgomery, which they attempted and which – surprisingly – succeeded. The THIRD is something very similar to that, which I heard about an Ohio election server getting data-swapped for a Bush win.

          The first rumor was that when Hillary was clearly beginning to lose, the results stopped coming in from relevant states, including (most memorably) Pennsylvania, and CNN basically stopped updating numbers, and held off making a call. I remember – it was a LONG time. Well, supposedly, at that point, the White Hats noticed massive data between CIA headquarters and those states. That was when they allegedly told the CIA “cut it out, or we send planes and bomb your HQ.”

          So – IF the Montgomery story about Florida and the other story about Ohio are real – well – the one about Pennsylvania makes sense. You can extrapolate a registration attack to a tabulation attack. The Dems had a sure win if they could back-end the right servers, crack the passwords, study the data, prepare a data modification plan, and on election night, swap in the data. They could have even practiced on a mock server. Heck – they could even practice on the real one. On earlier nights, just swap in identical data with a few tiny watermarks in files containing garbage data that prove you succeeded. That way, you even know execution time. You know if you can pull it off with people actually on the machine.

          But White Hats knew the “full Monty”, so to speak, so they knew that the server stuff was completely possible. They knew what to look for, too, and just waited for “worm sign” that CIA was knocking on the door.

          That would explain why Obama was so off-guard after the election, racing through a bunch of things like EOs and EAs. He had NO reason to believe Trump could possibly win, because he didn’t know that Trump likely knew a LOT about Montgomery.

          OMG – and one more reason. Just realized this. After Trump beat them, and CIA got called out., Obama knew Trump knew things. He HAD to spy to see how much Trump knew while he still had access to the tools. Sneaky!

          Yeah. Not sure GLOBAMA is ever coming back.

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          • ladypenquin says:

            I’m saving your comment. Very interesting supposition. Goes to explaining a great deal of what was happening Election night. Aside from all the basic local voter fraud (as in North Carolina’s GOP governor losing when Trump won the state, and the people had defeated homosexual marriage…(Have an analyst friend who follows the precinct data for Virginia and North Carolina – the university towns pull off the fraudulent voting). Anyway, based on your thoughts, it’s entirely plausible (if I read you correctly) they were desperately seeking a way to change out an entire state’s final vote tally. Yes, and this is not tinfoil thinking, the Lefties firmly believe in the “end justifies the means.” To their way of thinking, anything can be done (must be done) to achieve the desired results.

            They were caught short-footed, but just look at what lacking a conscience could accomplish…

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Yes – you are reading me correctly. This is why our fellow Treeper who keeps posting about “The Hammer” (basically, a password cracker that’s well ahead of current encryption technology) is so on-point, despite the fact that I found what he was telling me repeatedly – that I already understood – a little annoying. It’s the IMPORTANCE of the thing that makes all the difference.

              It’s not the idea of an “ahead-of-generation password cracker” that is unusual at all. THAT is a continuous need and continuously stocked item in the IC community. THAT is not the problem. The problem is that when that happens outside the most highly approved and highly professional core of an agency, it becomes a huge temptation for those who know about it, to use in ways that are not healthy for the entire system.

              But the key now – which I see thanks to georgiafl – and the reason I predict this is all rushing to the dramatic conclusion – is that the entire “Russia, Russia, Russia” thing now becomes clear. It’s cover for their hanging crimes. They want to blame TRUMP for their failed data-swap insurance policy, which they were sure to attribute to Russia, as always. They knew that if we got close, they’d try to flip the narrative to their exit strategy.

              OMG, these people are f***ing evil.

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          • 3x1 says:

            “That was when they allegedly told the CIA “cut it out, or we send planes and bomb your HQ.”

            Not attacking anything physical. Releasing information that would destroy the agency completely (possibles: killing of JFK, child trafficking, pedo rings etc.)

            I’ve got a hunch that there are M.A.D. policies in effect between all manner of groups in DC. Agencies, parties, you name it. Everybody has dirt on somebody else, yet little is leaked because leakers themselves have skeletons.

            That’s the beauty of Wikileaks. Dirt gets dished and leakers aren’t destroyed (most of the time anyway, i.e. Seth Rich)

            Seeing the technology stuff daylighted is a welcome development. While it’s people vs. people now, I’ve absolutely no doubt it will be man vs. machine in the not too distant future. Anything to put the bad usage of technology by out of control .gov agencies in the spotlight is a good thing. It demonstrates it’s not tin foil stuff to question .gov (or googel) about just what they are doing with all this tech anyway.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              If for only that reason, I think Montgomery needs to be dumped. It’s the biggest wakeup call of them all.

              Yeah. I don’t like these lying, politically dishonest, censorious companies working on AI. Not one bit. Twitter is already using Watson against us. Sad.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Good point about using info bombs, too. Never thought of that. But that could have been the message, if this is any more than just a good story.

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          • Fe says:

            Wolfmoon, this is absolutely fascinating!!! Why did it take so long to call PA? Hmmmmmm, absolutely incredible post. I’m with ladypenguin, definitely saving your comment to my notepad. 😀❤👍

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              We didn’t have credible means before. Now we do.

              And as I realize HOW it would work, and remember HOW Communized Deep State IT works when it abuses contractors and abuses compartmentalization, I realize that the personality types involved could not, no way no how, pass up an opportunity to tip elections like this.

              Gotta pick up some more popcorn. Running low.

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          • georgiafl says:

            BRILLIANT COMMENT, Wolfie!

            The incessant media meme ‘Russia Hacking the Election’ story is evidently a desperate smoke screen to try to cover their tracks. No doubt they left fake Russia fingerprints here and there.

            Same with the Russia/Trump connections fake story.

            The media are a leftist-run CIA propaganda outlet.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              OMG – that’s it. I did not connect the “Russia, Russia” setup and disinfo campaign to the likely target it’s meant to cover. Their most diabolical move yet.

              LMAO! Oh, this is too good. Pull Brennan’s passport NOW!!!

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              • georgiafl says:

                It was really the *&^%$#@! Democrats/Obama hacking the election, of course.

                The Democrat/Chicago/leftists know ’12 ways to Sunday’ to hack, cheat, steal elections.

                Then, when they could not swing it, because of the MONSTER TRUMP VOTE, they tried to blame it on Russia hacking in favor of Trump.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Yup. And trust me – Russian attribution and using THAT to frame Trump in case of a Trump victory – that is simply too neat and clean. They HAD to have that angle in there.

                  Timelines are going to help there, too. The moment they realized that they could pull back from a Trump win by getting into servers and leaving Russian worm-sign should be determinable.

                  OMG – just realized. THAT was when the DHS and Red Diaper Jeh decided that the electoral systems were critical infrastructure. AND why they got caught going in ANYWAY when refused entrance by some states.

                  Which means that Red Diaper Jeh was part of the core scheme team, as I always suspected!

                  Hilarious! It’s all coming together!!!

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Fe he taught that by now President Trump would be facing an impeachment trial and none of this would ever come out. Was he ever wrong!

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            I think we just discovered their frame – their “abuse of the already Orwellian concept of parallel construction”, if you will. Seriously – THIS is what those evil chumps are counting on. Russia attribution used not only as cover for their own shenanigans, but as a way to indict Trump.

            Breath-taking evil.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I too believe Admiral Rogers is a White Hat. He will testify before the House Intelligence Committee in private without Comey. His testimony is crucial to this investigation.

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      • R-C says:

        Never mind “D.C.”…perhaps we’ll never see obama in the US again. Perhaps he’ll move somewhere to avoid extradition.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        ICYMI, you have a lot of optimism regarding Obama and Comey. I’d like to think you are right.

        I’ve been following someone on twitter who seems convinced Trump will pardon both Obama and Hillary rather than risk violent uprisings across the country and to stop them from any future careers. Idk, I think that is optimistic too but I prefer your suicide theory.

        God forgive me for even thinking this. Lord help us save our country.

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        • webgirlpdx says:

          Perhaps a pardon….eventually. But I hope he lets them twist in the wind for a while.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Jimmy Jack this will be even bigger than what President Trump could imagine. He will not pardon them because he ran and continues to run on law and order. You can’t have it both ways!

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Agreed. If they have been counting on a frame job on Trump, they need to confess all to avoid the DP. The monstrous evil of framing him for their own election-tampering needs justice. It DEMANDS justice.

            I will say this now. The first conspirator who comes to Trump or Sessions and confesses the plan to take out Trump will probably live the rest of their life free. The others, will have increasingly diminishing times outside of bars, as their testimony only confirms the first confession, and doesn’t offer new data.

            This makes WHAT WE KNOW about Watergate look tiny. That qualification, because I am becoming increasingly convinced that we don’t know the full story on what was done to manipulate Nixon and then take him down. W. Cleon Skousen just gave me a huge hint.

            The Second American Revolution will likely have elements much akin to the Russian Revolution, thanks to the central role of American bolshevism.

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    • R-C says:

      Yep, up to his big, floppy ears.

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  3. FofBW says:

    IMO, The intelligence damn is about to break. We may have multiple “Deep Throats” this time.

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    • dalethorn says:

      I’ll go on as skeptical at this point. The amount and types of things these guys know could get a LOT of people killed. I see limited hangouts, deals, etc. – whatever it takes to satisfy the sharks in the water. One of the big obstacles to cracking everything open is that it can’t be – most everything will have to be behind closed doors.

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    • Sevenwheel says:

      “We may have multiple “Deep Throats” this time.”
      … or a thermonuclear Wikileaks dump

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  4. Risasi says:

    I couldn’t figure out Comey, but ever since the Stefanik questioning he looks pretty guilty beyond a reasonably doubt…but what about Rogers? I’m hearing now that both Comey and Rogers are saying they aren’t coming to the private meeting tomorrow.

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  5. Fe says:

    Holy cats!! Arrest P44 now! 1000x worse than watergate.

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  6. spacette55 says:

    Not exactly related, but interesting are these recent blips about Obama’s outgoing shenanigans that appear to have been leaked to the obscure center-right One America News Network. See the video embedded in this article.

    “Former Obama White House officials have come forward to say they were specifically told to “work against” incoming President-Elect Trump.

    This bombshell report is a direct slap in the face to President Trump and the American people because our “peaceful transfer of power” has always stood strong as a shining example of our democracy.

    Apparently, Obama made a mockery of that too.”
    http://truthfeed.com/breaking-video-former-obama-wh-officials-say-they-were-ordered-to-sabotage-trump/60104/

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  7. sundance says:

    Yes, in case you’re wondering, I’m assembling a day-by-day timeline from October through to March 22nd. (Looks like a post-it note factory blew up here) Which requires reading everything in all the major media on each day, for each event in sequence…. {{{{crosseyed}}}}

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  8. ledygrey says:

    It would be handy to have all the Nunes March 22-27 public interviews in sequence in one post so we could view them back to back. Or at least links to them.

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  9. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Trump’s hitting the Intelligence committee with his twitter account. Check it out.

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  10. 3x1 says:

    Secure ipad, to which the IC has access (like all Apple devices since at least 2008)

    Think about it: CIA / Brennan landed his gig by being a career suck-up. What better way to brown-nose than monitor the bosses (0bwba’s) responses to his briefings by reading his iPad responses and letters afterwards?

    0blabla gets his pdb, skims it, sends a few thoughts to ValJar, who responds with subtle directives realigning 0b0z0. Getting his mind right.

    Meanwhile, Brennan and possibly the Clapper review inter office 0zer0-Jarrett chatter, figire out what they liked, then highlighted that in the next pdb.

    Rinse & repeat until they become 0bambi’s most trusted sources, then start manipulating him…

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    • WSB says:

      From some of the accounts I rummaged through today, Obama may also have been blackmailed.

      Now, No wonder if the Deep State was fine with Obama becoming President. The FBI and NSA had such a thick file on Obama they put the welcome mat out.

      And we’ve been asking how Obama got through a background check…

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      • Doug says:

        always thought he was an easy blackmail too…inf act it seems the easier you are to blackmail the better. they like someone with tons of dirt and ambition for ambitions sake.

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      • 3x1 says:

        Remember when Brennan’s CIA was flat out busted hacking into the Senate Intel Committee computers and *absolutely nothing* happened?

        That would sure tie in with 0blam0 was told what to do by the IC. If they had pillow talk of him with Reggie Love, they owned him.

        Zero sympathy for 0zer0, but the idea of both sides being blackmailed by the IC might be the catalyst to seriously reform them.

        If, and this is a huge if, this is true, the lengths to which the IC would go to protect themselves are unimaginable. Like trotting out McCain and starting a full scale war. Directly or through a false flag.

        Don’t overlook the financial sector as having comnections with or ev3n control over IC here and in world financial center countries. Knowledge is priceless for their often rigged markets.

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        • John Galt says:

          Brennan also initially lied about the hacking which he later admitted. Clapper flat out lied to Congress and nothing happened. That’s the same thing that will happen now: nothing.

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          • Agreed 100%. In this day and age no one of any significance in DC ever goes to jail. At best, they are publicly “outed” and lose their seat at the bottomless buffet of taxpayer dollars and wind up going to work as lobbyists (which pays just as well)

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          • Jimmy Jack says:

            Brennan is an operative, he has to be. I can’t see his name and not think of Michael Hastings and Boston Brakes.

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      • tellthetruth2016 says:

        Yea, But obozo got lots of vacations and $$$$ from us deplorables too …..

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        • WSB says:

          All of it is pretty sick, indeed.

          This is why Presidents need to be intelligent. Obama, being the first Affirmative Action President has now just ruined the Swamp. The Deep state probably should have gone with Hillary originally.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I think this becomes easily supported if you go back, way back, and listen to some of Obama’s 2006 – 2008 speeches. He sounds like a totally different person. Different tone of voice, everything. Michelle too. Part of that is certainly the experience in office but that doesn’t explain all of it.

        Those two are a match made in heaven for those who wanted blackmail material.

        And just think to the last celebrity party they had – what was all going on they had to collect every phone from every person going to that party?

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      I like that – “the Clapper” – clap on! clap again – clap off! you don’t even have to get out of bed! If I was doing “Watter’s World” I would dig up those old tv ads for “the Clapper”

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  11. CJ says:

    According to several stories NSA is cooperating with Nunes. So if Nunes has access to part of the story does it point to the Exective Branch SCIF as being the other source for information? I can see why Rogers does not want to be in the same room as Comey.

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  12. Bone Fish says:

    Don’t tell Trey Gowdy …

    Liked by 15 people

  13. Former Lurker says:

    Hopefully, whoever this leads to is about to get introduced to one of those “shovel ready” jobs that seemed to elude P44 during his two terms.

    The thought of former swamp dwelling lawbreakers actually helping to build the new American infrastructure while under close supervision by LEOs is something to consider. I would consider giving up barbecue for the rest of my days if that would make it happen.

    So glad that’s not what it’s going to take to make it happen.

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  14. distracted2 says:

    Colonel Tony Shaffer was on Lou Dobbs tonight and suggested that the source likely directed Nunez to the computer database where all of the reports were held, just as you say. He would have read a few, enough to understand Trump is right, which explains why he was so freaked out about it considering that person was 44. Can you imagine how unsettling it must have been to have the proof that 44 was spying on 45? Unbelievable.

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  15. distracted2 says:

    I hope Nunez has upped his security detail.

    Liked by 12 people

  16. zephyrbreeze says:

    ADMIN; Only on this article, the page keeps jumping back up to the video ad at the end of the article. I start typing or even try to scroll down the comments, and the whole page jumps back up to the video. Never had that happen before. Happened 8-10 times while trying to type this.

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  17. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This also goes along with Trump saying after the election that the intelligence briefings he received became very repetitive. When he was criticized for not receiving the briefings every day, he said that they always contain the same information and nothing had changed. Now it looks like Obama’s briefing was full of information on Trump.

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  18. justfactsplz says:

    Comey’s body language and answers definitely point to lying on his part. I watched Roger’s body language while Comey was talking He was looking down and moved around in his chair at one point as if to say “Comey is lying”.

    Liked by 12 people

  19. starfcker says:

    Dude, if you’re right about this, obummer ain’t coming back from Tahiti.

    Liked by 17 people

  20. Phil aka Felipe says:

    IT APPEARS A “SMIDGEN OF EVIDENCE” HAS BEEN FOUND!!

    Liked by 21 people

  21. maxmbj says:

    This Obama fellow you all speak of … seems he had all sorts of trucks up his sleeve.

    Ken ya see where I’m going with this?

    Liked by 3 people

  22. emet says:

    And now the Obamas and Clintons can daily ponder whether they are featured in Trump’s daily intel briefing.

    Liked by 9 people

  23. CJ says:

    Remember the spy’s are only allowed to record conversations on foreign nationals. If a American Citzen talks to the foreign national their identity is supposed to be masked (not revealed). So if the NSA information has the Americans’ names masked then the information at the Exective SCIF should also show the names as masked. Based on the review I would guess the names at the Executive SCIF are unmasked. So the FBI unmasked the Americs

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  24. NJF says:

    Finally it’s all falling into place! I needed this post 🇺🇸👍

    Liked by 10 people

  25. Who has control of the “Hammer” these days? Does it belong to Clapper?

    Liked by 1 person

  26. freepetta says:

    Let’s put Obama where he belongs!! In prison with much of his administration and Hillie 😡

    Liked by 4 people

  27. starfcker says:

    One question. The PDB’s would have been for the days after the election. Wouldn’t that be totally reckless? They knew Trump was coming.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. This is amazing the work put into this, I respect good Journalism, Thank you

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  29. Bull Durham says:

    Pence, Pompeo and Coats. Would not assist in this search for Truth. Total silence.
    Sessions may have a few tricks up his sleeve inside the FBI, deep, far from the top corrupt guys.
    There are a ton protecting Comey.

    McMaster–this is way over his head. He’s busy with Mattis making wars.

    Flynn may have directed Nunes to this.

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    • sundance says:

      Didn’t Flynn agree to testify to congress? That would eliminate him as a source for Nunes. (for obvious reasons)

      Liked by 2 people

      • Bull Durham says:

        Rogers? Same story, no?

        Flynn might be using a contact, classic cutout method.

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        • sundance says:

          Rogers is different, again for obvious reasons.

          IMHO Flynn didn’t leak to Nunes. I believe Rogers told Nunes which PDB (dates) to look at based on Rogers 11/17/16 visit…. which gave him an internal baseline to review PDB information.

          The PDB given to POTUS was different than the PDB given to the President elect.

          Internally, knowing Clapper and Brennan were trying to push out Rogers… I’ll bet Rogers only had direct source input into Trump PDB but knew what was going into Obama PDB.

          The stuff going into Obama PDB was the unmasked surveillance (counter-intel justified) intelligence which had Trump transition team members as part of product.

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    • John Galt says:

      I’m wondering if there is some sort of arrangement between Trump and Deep State. Trump can push his domestic agenda, but the neocon foreign agenda must proceed as usual.

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      • LibertyVibe says:

        If Trump is in bed with the Neocons, then we are as good as dead. The neocons serve Satan. I’m not joking. I don’t believe he is.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Trump went after W so hard, and Jeb just as hard I don’t believe he is in bed with the neocons.

          Heck, his McCain is not a war hero (remember who shocking that was at the time???) should be enough to preclude anyone from thinking that. Trump kicked every one of them in the teeth.

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        • SteveFrench says:

          Unironically agree. He is definitely not in bed with them though which is why I love the man

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      • Bull Durham says:

        It looks that way for now, except one thing. He has not fully empowered Tillerson.
        Rex, I predict will be the first to resign.

        Let’s see how Pres. Xi’s visit goes. Two days next month I believe, at Mar-a-lago.

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  30. John Galt says:

    “Does anyone seriously see obama in an orange jump suit?”

    I think it will be like Benghazi, IRS targeting, Fast & Furious. Exciting Kabuki Theater, but nothing of substance.

    Benghazi — people died.
    Fast & Furious — people died.
    Libya & Syria debacles — hundreds of thousands of people died. (including the likely false flag sarin attack on civilians)

    Repercussions = none

    Liked by 4 people

    • John Galt says:

      Clinton email

      Repercussions = none

      Liked by 3 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      Comey lied. People spied.

      Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        All under a different DOJ and President.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Jimmy Jack says:

          I agree WSB. We are also a different America today than we even were six months ago. To annoy the MTV pc idiots I will say Americans are fast becoming WOKE.

          I think Lynch’s “blood in the streets again” video was intentional, possibly with this in mind.

          Although I have seen some pretty smart people say Trump will pardon Obama and Hillary to save us from violent uprisings throughout the country and to keep them from any future political careers, and I understand the wisdom in this, I don’t believe we should quickly buy into this bc I think criminals on this scale have to answer for their actions. This is all very dangerous.

          We are getting so bogged down in details we are forgetting the most important essence of all of this.

          These misdeeds threaten the entire foundation of our republic.

          Appeasement never, never works.

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    • I believe this will be different. Jeff Sessions has not recused himself from this investigation. He will go after this. I suspect someone like Ben Rhodes will ultimately be the fall guy From the administration. I also think Clapper/Brennan will be taken down. Don’t be surprised if there is a connection between Clapper/Brennan and the phony Russia/Trump investigation. Why did Nunes cancel the upcoming testimony of Brennan, Clapper, Yates. Russia/collusion and spying on Trump go hand in hand.

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    • Alison says:

      But we now have a CIC and AG who work for us. And a whole lotta pent up incensed voters.

      Those hallowed halls in DC belong to us, and it would be very bad optics if Congress attempted to keep us from darkening their doorstep in Cold Anger b/c they shirked their allegience to their oaths.

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  31. progpoker says:

    They’re dialing up the riots anyways. Seems to me we should just get it over with. Throw Obunghole in Prison and take down his lefty agitators at the same time. Like ripping a bandaid off. Quick is key!!

    Liked by 6 people

    • Doug says:

      Im open to Obama in prison if thats where the intelligence leads, but I think we should definitely have many people to give him company including the clintons. However, it wont happen that way. Trump will give them an ultimatum to leave the country or disappear or denounce or something like that.. to much risk of all out civil unrest if they go to prison because of how brainwashed their followers are

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I said something about this above – I keep seeing some smart people say what you are saying – but Idk.

        I think we are at risk of civil uprisings either way. We can’t cower in fear to the left. don’t forget some of the key difference from us on the right to those on the left. Who makes up our core?

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      • freddiel says:

        The problem with this idea is that they would still be able to continue in their shenanigans no matter where they land. There is only one safe place for these treasonous bastards – prison! In fact, I think it would be well worth the money to build a new “special” prison for all of them so that they can not influence anyone else.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Lynch’s video should have been an eye opener to everyone.

      Liked by 1 person

  32. WSB says:

    It is now very difficult to suspend reality this time. Once exposed, no one will ever be able to unsee this.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      WSB you and I are on the same page here. We will not be able to hide from his or deny it. And people are underestimating just how pissed off the right is. We may not be out rioting but that cold anger has people on the right mobilizing quietly in other ways.

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  33. bertdilbert says:

    Does this mean that the leaks to the press came from the actual presidential briefing and not from dissemination to 16 spy agencies? And the Russia stuff was cover to justify the “wire tapping”? Has Obama continued to receive ex presidential briefings?

    Liked by 3 people

    • albrevin says:

      could be why Cometome revealed the Trump\Russiia thing as the only one he could ‘hold evidence since its part of our investigation ya know.

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  34. wheatietoo says:

    Can presidential pardons be kept secret…and pulled out later if needed?

    Lately I’ve been wondering about this.
    Some of these people, like Comey, act so smug like they won’t ever have to worry about being prosecuted for anything.

    I don’t know a lot about ‘presidential pardons’, so that’s why I am asking.

    Does a pardon have to be Posted somewhere for it to be legally active?
    Or can a pardon be held in secrecy, only to be pulled out if charges are filed.

    A lot of people broke the law in service of Obama.
    You’d think that some of them would have insisted on a pardon.

    Is there a List somewhere…of the pardons that Obama made?
    I remember there was one for Bill Clinton’s pardons.

    Liked by 2 people

  35. The Boss says:

    Conceivable that Obama is a leaker. How’s that for a legacy?

    Liked by 2 people

  36. fangdog says:

    Not long now before the sweet sound of canaries singing permeates the Spring air around Washington DC.

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  37. Bull Durham says:

    Time for Oliver Stone to do the movie.
    Or Costa Gravas ( a little old now) or Bertolucci.

    In real life, Col. Fletcher Prouty knew the truth of JFK conspiracy. Mr. X in JFK, played by Donald Sutherland.

    I think we may have another military man who knows it all.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. thinkwell says:

    How ’bout some significant jail time for anti-American aka obama and all his minions? Now, please.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Dazza says:

    Is it me or was Manchurian Obama’s Tahiti trip sudden? I thought he was supposed to be all energized after his Brokeback Island frolicking with Branson?

    Liked by 5 people

  40. realcapedcrusader says:

    As this unravels, someone will talk. Right now they are scrambling to save their ssses, but as soon as they realize their caught, more than one will be wanting to make a deal.
    If it’s true, and these were in Obama’s daily briefings, we won’t be seeing him back in the USA. He hates this country, and the only reason he was staying here was to undermine the DJT presidency.
    We always new it was BS about him staying for his daughter to finish school. He always had an “out” planned.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I guess Michelle can stay behind with Sasha. No one seems to be minding Malia in NYC.

      Btw, not criticizing a teenager for acting like a wild child teenager but I think her behavior and drug use put her security and safety at risk. This is dangerous.

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  41. R-C says:

    If this pans out–if it turns out that obama received intel on Trump in his PDB, then he is clearly guilty (along with the collectors, amalgamators, analysts, and presenters who brought this intel to his door).

    By contrast, a responsible, upstanding president who received this sort of intel in the PDB would have made heads roll, instantly. It would have come down like a lightning bolt–instant and deadly. But, it didn’t. obama did nothing of the sort…it appears he welcomed the information, which means he approved of its collection.

    This statement I’ve just made above shows that the miscreants involved won’t be able to claim that “This was a ‘rogue operation’ propagated by junior operatives”. In other words, they won’t be able to claim that ‘the president wasn’t in the loop’–they sent it to HIM, personally, and he didn’t lop their heads off. THAT excuse won’t fly if the president received this sort of illegal intelligence more than once, and did nothing to stop it. (And, since we already know that heads did NOT roll…well, we already know about the whole ‘guilt versus innocence’ thing in this scenario.)

    –Of course, we also know that obama rarely sat for an in-person PDB. He could always claim “I didn’t read it” (no matter how many of the things they sent him), which would mean he was the same lazy, lackadaisical slacker we already knew he was. There is precedent for this: obama claimed he ‘never heard’ “The Reverend” Jeremiah Wright’s bombastic anti-American ‘sermons’ even once, despite having attended that ‘church’ for many, many years.

    Rather than lather up with sun-block on a tropical island, the former president ought to be lawyering up. If true, this is big. REALLY BIG.

    Liked by 9 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      None of this surprises me, R_C.

      Obama abused the law in so many ways.
      He acted like our Laws didn’t apply to him…and he was entitled to ignore the ones he didn’t like.

      It seems very likely to me that he requested surveillance on anyone he wanted to.

      Obama weaponized govt agencies and used them to target and torment anyone he felt threatened by.
      The IRS wasn’t the only one.

      So why should we not expect to learn that he weaponized our Intelligence Agencies too?

      Liked by 9 people

      • wheatietoo says:

        Ooops…I see now that that reads like I am saying that “he was entitled to ignore our laws”.

        No no, I meant that he acted like he was entitled.

        Liked by 3 people

      • R-C says:

        I’m not surprised he broke laws, either. I would be surprised to see this sort of glaring evidence trail left behind, though.

        If this is PDB angle is true, it provides irrefutable evidence of obama’s direct involvement in serial felony conduct.

        If true, the DCI goes to jail. The DNI goes to jail. Perhaps other senior-level officers go to jail–along with a slew of junior officers, all of whom knew better than to perpetrate a stunt like this. (They signed documents to the effect that they understood the rules.)

        …And President Trump is possibly put in a position to decide whether or not to pardon his predecessor.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Exactly Wheatie!

        I keep posting this – because it is still being updated – Long list of Obama’s unconstitutional actions and abuses of power: http://tinyurl.com/HistoricFirsts

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  42. walt614 says:

    If Sundance IS able to piece together a cohesive and detailed time line, it will not only bring added emphasis to the gravity of the threat to what remains of representative government, but it will highlight the difference between the MSM’s MK Ultra directed hypnotically induced stupor and COLD Reality.
    GO FOR it Brother and BRAVO

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  43. Dazza says:

    If this is true and the whole thing blows, can you imagine how many ignorant college “educated” elitist liberals are going to feel like complete dope? Unprecedented ignorance.

    Liked by 4 people

  44. Dazza says:

    Dopes note dope

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Shiggz says:

    If Obama was purposely sinking hillary hed have cleaned up these briefings ahead of time.

    Liked by 3 people

  46. Dazza says:

    The arrogance of thine Dems thinking they would have the Presidency forever because they were able to blame the financial crisis entirely on the GOP, with the help of their MSM minions.

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    • WSB says:

      Well, now we know that the so-called UniParty and the Deep State are completely delusional. They started using fake polls, believed in their own BS and thought they could give themselves another helping.

      So, now I believe the Monster vote really did tip the scales.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      It’s not just that – it’s the illegal votes and rigged machines doing fractional votes. The numbers at Trump rallies made this impossible to pull off. We could not have done this with any candidate except Trump and this is why. Plus we had great crossover vote and the Coulter block.

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  47. 3x1 says:

    Memo to any IC lurkers with knowledge of shenanigans:

    The first people to talk get the best deals.

    ——————-‘

    Sessions needs to set up a confessional outside the normal channels.

    Internal IC whistleblower programs have been proven to be ineffective at best. FBI is totally compromised with Comey at the top.

    Find someone with impeccable credentials and unimpeachable integrity to run a hotline (walk-ins welcome) for IC people who have had enough of the lies.

    Who? Dunno. Maybe Rudy? Napolitano? Somebody people know.

    Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      Sheriff Clarke.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Uncle Max says:

      Great idea, BUT… no one , who would agree to be involved in this will be deemed as having credibility, much less unimpeachable. The press and the Dems are arm and arm on obfuscating and protection. Jimmah Carter could volunteer to help and he would be outed as a Russian hack and “in on it” with the Trumps. We’re down the rabbit hole and there is no way the media and the elites and the Democrats and GOPe are going to accept this massive breach as legitimate… b/c if Obama and his go down… they all go down…. b/c there is dirt as far as you care to look in DC. Heh.. swamp time.

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  48. Dazza says:

    Isn’t Rudy underground somewhere working on cyber security?

    Liked by 2 people

  49. JT says:

    I hope the Dems don’t succeed in forcing him out. Trump needs all the allies he can get.

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