WaPo Cooks Up Another Nothingburger With a Side of “Muh Russian” Dressing…

Well, it would appear the desperation of the DC MSM is reaching climax. Today the Washington Post cooks up a nothingburger narrative framed around letters from former DOJ interim head Sally Yates to the DOJ.

JUST THE FACTS: • The congressional intelligence committee asked Sally Yates to appear and discuss her activity. • Sally Yates asks the DOJ for permission to appear. • The DOJ tells Sally Yates her prior role was acting head of the DOJ a position subject to the authority of the White House; therefore she should ask the White House not the DOJ. • Sally Yates asks the White House same question, and states a non-response equals permission. • White House gives non-response granting permission.

Which leads to The Washington Post writing a narrative claiming President Trump White House blocking Yates from appearing. Huh?

Yes, it has become that silly. Later when questioned, Press Secretary Sean Spicer says same again: “I hope she testifies.” “We don’t care if Sally Yates testifies etc..”

Media has conniption fit, because President Trump White House doesn’t care.  President Trump and White House don’t care because entire “muh Russia” narrative is a nothingburger.   Meanwhile high-information political types roll their eyes at the transparent agenda-question MSM avoids:

Why is Sally Yates sending copies of her nothingburger DOJ and White House letters to the Washington Post?

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229 Responses to WaPo Cooks Up Another Nothingburger With a Side of “Muh Russian” Dressing…

  1. robpaul12345 says:

    She was probably trying to bluff the WH into blocking her from testifying, by pretending that whatever she has to say would hurt Trump. If it works, she doesn’t have to testify, and Trump looks guilty for blocking her. But since Trump knows the whole Russia story is BS, he called her bluff.

    Liked by 35 people

    • mikebrezzze says:

      When truth is on your side, it can be used as a sword of enlightenment and makes trump unbluffable

      Liked by 23 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      She doesn’t know how much Trump knows, just like the Enemedia Featuring Rabid Wolf doesn’t know how much Trump knows, and just like Obama the Spy didn’t know how much Trump knows. They are all both desperate to advance their trap, but afraid that Trump will spring it on their own hands, leaving them caught in the cookie jar.

      If she walks in and tries to keep doing what she’s good at, and probably has been tasked with – laying down disinformation to further the plot – she will commit to a course that allies her with the plotters, if and likely WHEN they are caught. So whether she comes in willingly, or is “forced” to come in, makes all the difference. She’s already “building an alibi”, as they say.

      Sally Yates. The real question is whether Sally skates. To think that we had such people in DOJ. SHAME!

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  2. The Boss says:

    Sally Yates is stalling. It’s what guilty people do. Look for her to assert 5th Amendment protections.

    Liked by 38 people

  3. Walt says:

    Can I get some salad dressing…

    Liked by 23 people

    • free2313 says:

      Just watch the sale of Russian Salad Dressing skyrocket… hahaha

      Liked by 3 people

    • Ron says:

      that was the funniest line ever

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      • Paul says:

        
        Baked In Indeed… Remember when the Demonrats and their News Whores insistently lectured We the People about how it was all Baked In for Hillary?

        Lis Smith-Right, because this is baked in.
        Juan Williams-I think most of this is baked in.
        Mark Mckinnon-Most of this is baked into the cake.
        David Chalian-Yes! There is a largely baked-in factor.
        Cornell Belcher-To certain extent, it’s already baked in.
        Ashley Parker-A narrative that’s always baked in the cake.
        Don Lemon-This e-mail scandal, is it baked in with voters.
        Lanhee Chen-This is something that I think is relatively baked in.
        Paul Begala-The damage of the e-mails (snickers), that’s all baked in.
        Nicholas Confessore-You’ve probably baked in the e-mail stuff already.
        Robert Costa-…baked into the polling. They’re baked into voters’ perceptions.
        Brianna Keilar-This sort of goes to what’s already baked in with Hillary Clinton.
        Edward Issac Dovere-We’re also at the point where this issue seems to be baked in.
        Rick Wilson-I think a lot of them are baked in the cake about how people feel about Hillary.
        John Dickerson-One of the things Democrats have been saying, hoping, praying-is that what they say is that these views are baked in….

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    • Breaking news out of Breitbart – CNN actually FACT CHECKED Sean Spicers’ Russian Dressing joke. Their conclusion – Another WH lie – Russian Dressing has nothing to do with Russia . It was invented in New Hampshire. Seriously CNN????????????

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  4. Paco Loco says:

    When will all of this ginned up nonsense end? The Times and Post are a perpetual grievance machine offended by anything that Trump says or does or what he doesn’t say or do. It’s wearing really thin.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Mickey Wasp says:

      It is unrelenting – is it not? I mean everyday all swamp media broadcast and print media bashing President Trump and anyone related to him and even anyone he may wave at in passing. The cool thing is, President Trump knows their collective game and their stupid willful blindness will be their demise.

      Liked by 9 people

      • majorstar says:

        It’s civil war. Cold war, but civil war nonetheless.

        Liked by 12 people

        • Lets HOPE it doesn’t become “HOT”…

          Liked by 1 person

          • majorstar says:

            Would that be all bad? I mean, the only way it can be resolved without going hot is for the Left to take complete authority over all and destroy our country.

            Liked by 3 people

            • filia.aurea says:

              Yes, that would be bad, because it defeats President Trump’s agenda. Another distraction won’t help. We need to be smart, and DEFIANT. Clean up the voter rolls, insist on proof of citizenship to register, no registration, no vote, no exceptions. No photo ID, no vote.

              Get someone to work on legislation to impose a mandatory retirement age on Congress. This will be much easier than convincing the swamp critters to impose term limits, and it’s a better solution. Get rid of uniparty incumbents in the Congress at the first opportunity, put up and support fresh candidates who aren’t democrats.. Now that we have our President, we need to cease and desist supporting the “uniparty” incumbents.

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              • Kroesus says:

                it is just too bad you did not read your Constitution, or if you did failed to comprehend it, as all you have said in your post violates the US Constitution as it is currently written….federal elections are a composite of 50 STATES” elections and the only restrictions on Congress’ ability to serve is found in Article I and your “mandatory retirement age” isn’t there

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                • filia.aurea says:

                  It’s just too bad you failed to comprehend my post. I could name several egregious liberties taken by Congress that do not appear in the U.S. Constitution. A couple of which have caused irreparable harm to the Republic. Being a functional human at age 75+, let alone pretending to represent a constituency was unheard of in the Framers’ days. Add to that what is now commonly known as senile dementia, along with the curse of a career political class, and serving WTP becomes an afterthought. Most elected officials in D.C. have long forgotten who they are meant to serve. It is my right to vote for whomsoever I choose, in whichever sovereign State I choose to live (it will be the South). I am also free to form a coalition of like minded people in the various States to work against incumbent politicians. I will neither support nor vote for another politician seeking re-election, with one exception only – President, Donald J. Trump. Perhaps you should be lecturing the oath-breakers on the Hill, not me.

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                  • filia.aurea says:

                    Allow me to add, since various of the States have shown complete lack of discipline and failure to protect their citizens’ votes – additional precautions can be taken in the People’s House before certifying any given States’ delegates.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Don’t forget Yahoo News. I wish I could.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Paco,, WE ALL knew what was incoming.. (since the inauguration), Man Your Foxhole,, eyes peeled on the Target(s).. Steady… Steady..
      Until you see their whites of their eyes..

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  5. Joe Knuckles says:

    Dammit, all this talk of nothing-burgers is making me hungry.

    Liked by 11 people

  6. Pinkie says:

    It’s part of a continuing attempt to delegitimize the President. Since the material is classified it is hard to refute or confirm. Expect it to continue

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  7. fleporeblog says:

    Wrote this in the Presidential thread but it is more appropriate here:

    Folks everyday in like Christmas with this House Intelligence Committee investigation. Old Sally Yates was their trial balloon to see if the WH would give them cover. The WH rightly told her and would tell the rest of the Obozo clowns that they will not get the WH privilege when they testify. At this point sh….t is about to get real. Decisions are being made on who has to die and who can live. Sally Yates, Loretta (Lets go hot) Lynch, Clapper, Comey and Brennan have to be disposed of immediately.

    SD was right last night that Wolf Blitzer’s job when interviewing Nunes was to find out who is the leaker. He was begging Nunes to come back on after he voted. If he could he would have waterboarded him on live tv. They don’t know what Nunes has and are fearing what else the NSA will turnover in the next couple of days. When the moron’s I referenced above have to speak in front of the committee, they will have their lawyers there and will invoke the 5th amendment multiple times.

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    • FL_Guy says:

      What really has me baffled is why the O people have not quietly slipped out of the country to non-extradition locations, particularly the Clintons. I guess they have got away with their crimes for so many years, they think they are untouchable. However, we now have Attorney General Jeff Sessions, not only an honest man who enforces the law, but a brilliant prosecutor as well. The cases that he is building against them will send them away for a long time if they are dumb enough to stay in the country.

      O’s vacation out of the country may go on for an extended period of time, IMHO.

      Liked by 10 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        FL_Guy I really think that up until last Wednesday when Nunes spoke to the President about his findings they never in their right minds thought it would be going in this direction. Plus many of them have already said they were going to speak to the committee in advance of last Wednesday. Barry from Hawaii was the only smart one to get the hell out of the country. I don’t think he will ever step foot on the mainland of this country. He will spend his days in Hawaii where he is loved and adored.

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      • Ron says:

        I say the same thing, But I noticed ,as of the last two weeks, Hillary has pivoted. I feel she is now emboldened to run again in 2020. You see Robbie Mook everywhere now–that guy should be so ashamed he should move to Siberia. Huma being more visible. Hillary actually saying she is “coming out of the woods.”
        I think she thinks they really has Trump by the balls with the media blitz of Russia rumors and the fail of the Repeal and Replace.
        She may be the most incompetent person on the planet but Hillary’s hubris makes her incredibly resilient.

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    • yy4u says:

      The Democrats and media (but I repeat myself) are used to Republicans turning tail and running whenever the media takes out their whomping stick. I hope Nunes hangs in there. Sooner or later even the dimmest Republican has got to figure out that there is nothing they can do to keep the media off their backs except lose or sit down and shut up.

      Liked by 4 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        yy4u I wrote this below but those days are over because of our President

        Paul Ryan was purposely castrated the other day. PDJT wanted folks to watch Judge Jeanine to see how many Americans feel about Ryan based on her opening statement. He has no intention of removing him from the SOH. The reason being is that Ryan is now and will be for the foreseeable future his bitch. Nunes is a smart man. By going to Ryan first, followed by the press and ultimately to the WH, he followed proper protocols. There is no way that Ryan can have him step down at this point. Amazing how he used that defeat to corner Paulie into a corner he will never come out of.

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    • trapper says:

      Holy smoke. I see it. How did I miss it? I ignored what I already knew.

      2008 was fixed. 2012 was fixed. 2016 was fixed, but it didn’t go off. Now, nobody gets cover. Not for any of it. It’s all coming out. All the way back to the CIA weaponizing Islam with “Charlie Wilson’s war,” through funneling weapons from Libya to Isis and alqaeda in Syria, to fake Syrian sarin gas attacks. No cover. Not for anyone.

      First ones in get the best deals.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        trapper Wolfmoon1776 wrote something last night at 2:37am (see below) that really blew my mind and I think folks need to see and read. It really pertains to them never thinking he would win and using the little time they had left to surveal and rush their agenda through.

        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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      • Welcome to the light.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        I could be wrong, but I continue to believe the Benghazi Brief is the “roadmap” to Trump’s presidency in the sense that DOJ prosecutions will alter the political landscape dramatically, affecting everything else.

        Liked by 6 people

        • AnyaArisohn says:

          Funny you mention that, I was watching 13 hours a documentary on YouTube the other day, and you know what got my attention? There is no YouTube in Libya let alone any Islamic country it’s censored. Who pushed the video is a little bit more important now.

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      • Miss America says:

        @Trapper
        2008 and 2012 were fixed in more ways than one; as SD explains, voters were only given the illusion of choice. In retrospect, are McCain or Romney all that different from Obama?

        Yes the fix was in for 2016 as well; that’s why Hillary didn’t bother to campaign and everyone all said repeatedly that Trump would never be POTUS.

        That DJT was not only elected but actually sworn in is nothing short of a miracle. And I don’t believe God is done with President Trump quite yet.

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        • trapper says:

          By Fleporeblog:

          “Sally Yates was their trial balloon to see if the WH would give them cover.”

          That’s what I didn’t see. I didn’t connect her up. Of course she was the trial balloon. And most of them, at least at the Yates level and below, can’t run. Most people don’t have “rest-of-you-life” run money hidden somewhere. How many of you could buy a plane ticket, walk out the door this evening, and disappear forever? The top guys can. The rest of them are stuck in place, waiting to read about who flips first. Last one in goes to jail.

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      • Southern Son says:

        No Deals!
        No Quarter!!
        Let the Sunshine
        Light it up where it will.

        Press ON!

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      • Kintbury says:

        Sorry to butt in, but is anyone else having trouble with these ads? They keep bouncing me back to the start of the blog. I changed search engines and for a while was able to avoid them now it is doing it on my new one. Firefox first and then Google Chrome. It is making the site a joke for me.

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  8. burnett044 says:

    be sure to get that with fries…

    Liked by 28 people

  9. beaujest says:

    “Clown” clinging to her ten minutes of fame !

    Liked by 3 people

    • redlegleader68 says:

      Yep, she’s trying like hell down here in Atlanta to turn this into a run for Governor in GA.

      Liked by 1 person

      • redlegleader68 says:

        This should be interesting … I just posted Sundance’s info in the comments section of the AJC.com; if you’re not familiar with this “esteemed” publication, for us it’s the Southern Version of the NYT and WaPo rolled into one. With no editors! Oh, and if you’re interested or of a mind to, here’s the article (copied I’m sure from the WoPo) –

        “Trump officials shut down Russia testimony by Sally Yates, citing executive privilege”

        http://politics.blog.ajc.com/2017/03/28/trump-officials-shut-down-russia-testimony-by-sally-yates-citing-executive-privilege/

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      • CheshireCat says:

        The woman is 3200 mils out in the head.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Not a snowball’s chance in hell will this woman be a governor of GA. Never.

        And given the reality of race based politics in Atlanta I don’t think she could even become mayor – she’s not the right color.

        Maybe she could try to take Hank “Guam” Johnson’s seat. I’m sure she’s a big hit in Decatur.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Jimmy Jack, you are soooo tuned in.
          Decatur, “The bottle city of Candor”, where only liberal throughts are allowed.

          Decatur, the town that invented property taxes that would kill the average Joe,
          so that they don’t have to deal with any Average Joe’s.

          Decatur, the town that screams diversity, and only gets around people other then
          other wealthy whites when the cameras are rolling.

          Decatur, the town that is full of masters and doctorate degree grads and professors,
          none of who can figure arithmetic out enough to know that the city’s leadership is
          raping them.

          Decatur, the town where you can literally count ten virtue signaling signs about
          planned parenthood, black lives matter, and “we welcome all’ in a one block
          area of one city street that is all white. No asian, hispanic, black, muslim.

          Decatur, the town that virtue signals every election with TONS of John Lewis
          signs. Particularly funny when most residents have few or no black friends or
          even coworkers. Hilarious when most of the black co workers I know always
          vote Democrat, but think Hank Johnson is a complete joke.

          Decatur, the town where everybody talks about how great their schools are
          and how it’s worth spending 8 grand and up a year on taxes for them. Until
          their kids get to middle school , and they discover that they are around black
          kids, and they’re nothing like the ones they virtue signal about. So they send
          their kids to private school, at 17-20K a year .

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      • Southern Son says:

        I’ll meet you in Atlanta,
        to Protest Her redleg.

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    • BobbyCannoli says:

      ” “Clown” clinging to her ten minutes of fame ! ”

      I refer to her as “the giraffe”. Looks like somebody tried pulling her head off 🙂

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  10. More proof that if the White House lets her do it, it’s a problem. If they object, thats a problem.

    But the problem is the creation of the MSM. That nail was hit solidly on the head today.

    You have a Committee that is now saying Nunes needs to step down to perserve the integrity of the Committee.
    If Nunes found information that contradicts the committee, why is the committee still empaneled?

    So what integrity? Again, I’ll pose the question from the point of an American. If there is something that you’ve found, why haven’t you stopped the President from getting Classified Briefings?

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  11. fedback says:

    Obama interfered in the British EU referendum, no one in the media objected.
    Now suddenly they don’t like foreign states interfering in elections.
    Stunning hypocrisy.
    And a hoax

    Liked by 18 people

    • albrevin says:

      US government interfered in Israel’s 2015 election on behalf of Labor Party and against Likud Party.

      Was that an act of war on the state of Israek? Cheney? McCain?

      Liked by 9 people

      • albrevin says:

        Israel… sorry for typo

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      • Southern Son says:

        Don’t forget Germany, France, etc.
        Would be easier, to reference what countries Elections were Not influenced by obomaclods administration.
        Or at least Attempted.
        Didn’t he send FBI Agents somewhere?
        Iceland maybe?
        Got told flat, NO Thanks!!

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      • Kroesus says:

        also meddled in Ukraine’s last election helping an anti-Russian administration into power precipitating Russia defensive action against that nation….the West tried to underhandly install a hostile government to the Kremlin and Putin neutered them

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  12. truthandjustice says:

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  13. I was reading over at Democrat Underground and they were declaring that Sally Yates is the key because Trump is trying to block her.

    They are foaming and frothing in glee and excitement because if only Sally Yates is able to testify, it’s all over for Trump!

    It’s really cruel for the Democrats and their presstitutes to keep encouraging this lunacy.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I’ll go there from time to time just to see what the chatter is in the asylum- it’s always a bunch of lunatic rantings.

      Even 60 minutes has admitted it’s college educated liberals who most often fall for fake news.

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  14. Donna in Oregon says:

    I hope good old Sally puts on her show before the White House SCIF with Susan Rice, Ben Rhodes, Brennan, and Clapper are all listed as part of the surveillance team of PEOTUS Donald Trump. Rep. Sciff should get ready to be SCIF’d, the boy King forgot to put away his toys.

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  15. milktrader says:

    Someone please tell me the insanity will end. Please make it soon.

    Liked by 4 people

    • muffyroberts says:

      The insanity will end. Hang in there. I can see it coming, can’t you?

      Liked by 2 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      Just imagine the information that is being collected by this administration. It is no longer controllable by boot on the neck or body bags.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Mickey Wasp says:

      While I can empathize with your want of the “insanity to end” … It will not.
      The ‘deep state’ is like a raging alcoholic or deranged drug addict. They do not see their insanity and blame everyone else. At that point there are only two alternatives, that anyone who has dealt with an alcoholic or drug addict of this ‘deep state demise’ and it is prison or death. Therefore, unless they are killed off or locked up – it will continue.

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      • yy4u says:

        I look at the Deep State as the Soviets when the people rose up and it was either slaughter them (the people), somehow change their mind or step aside. I have no doubt that if the Deep State had control of the military, they’d choose the slaughter option, but since they don’t, they’re using the change the minds option (media lies). We have to hold strong against the media lies and given no other choice, they will have to step aside.

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        • Mickey Wasp says:

          You are so correct that the Deep State would choose the slaughter method – no doubt. That is where candidate Trump was brilliant. He promoted and exclaimed the need for local police and sheriffs and border control in his speeches to protect Americans. Which he knew many were ex-military and then he went on to proclaim and attribute the same to our military. They all responded in the affirmative. Thus, he took away the federally militarized protection of the Deep State.

          Now, we are in what some categorically call the “Fourth Turning” and many are starting to push back and even protect themselves and not allow the paid demonstrators to shut them out or up. The American backbone is coming back strong and the globalist operatives within the media and political elite are freaking, because they will be slaughtered for their decades of lies.

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        • Southern Son says:

          Hear! Hear! yy…

          Liked by 1 person

  16. Daniel says:

    Yes, why indeed? Why is Sally Yates sending details of government interactions to the Washington Post. I guess it’s too late for Spicer to ask that question.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. CheshireCat says:

    But mom, I didn’t take those cookies, a Russian did.
    But teacher, I put my homework on your desk, but a Russian must have stolen it.
    But Mr. IRS man, I filled out my tax forms and sent the check in, but a Russian must have stolen it.
    But officer, I didn’t see that red light because a Russian put his hands over my eyes.

    Liked by 6 people

  18. fleporeblog says:

    Our President and his team set them up today. What destroyed that narrative for them today is the fact that Jared Kushner volunteered to speak with Burr and his committee and would not invoke WH privilege. If the son-in-law of the President is willing to freely testify without invoking any type of privilege, who the hell from the previous administration thinks they will get that cover. Roger stone, Paul Manafort are chomping at the bit to testify and won’t have any attorneys present with them.

    The insides of these people are eating them alive! I bet they have no appetite and are having trouble sleeping at night. That fear is twofold. They are scared for their life and they are scared what PDJT and his AG will do. It would not shock me one bit to hear that Brennan or Yates or Comey or Lynch or Clapper have taking their life.

    Liked by 16 people

    • trapper says:

      I don’t view any of them as having enough honor to, so-called, “do the right thing.”

      Liked by 5 people

    • trapper says:

      At this point we have more than one leaker providing Nunes with information. Sundance put up something yesterday about the First Follower. We now have at least two first dancers, maybe unknown to each other. At some point it is going to become a scramble for the chairs before the music stops. No one will want to be the last one in.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      You are really sticking to your suicide theory. Even if one did off themselves, I’d never believe they did it no their own. I’d believe they were suicided to protect a higher up.

      Liked by 3 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        Jimmy Jack the reason I believe it is because the human mind cannot deal with the what if scenarios that play themselves out every minute of the day. Even in your sleep, you don’t escape it. You dream about it because of your subconscious. That takes a tremendous toll on you that overtime you want to just shut it off and not think about it. Once they get there, all bets are off.

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        • Yes, flepore, true. During the Cultural Revolution in China, many, many people killed themselves, because they couldn’t handle the contradiction between what Chmn Mao and Co. had said, and what the “students” waving their Little Red Books and rampaging through streets and apartments were doing. Cognitive dissonance led many to kill themselves.

          And so our previous administration perps will be facing the same dilemma. I do agree that some may be helped.

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    • muffyroberts says:

      Selling your soul might be great at first, but it never turns out well in the end.

      Liked by 7 people

    • plop, flop, splat, thump, squish, thud……..

      Liked by 1 person

    • Remington...... says:

      Seem to recall something piaps said before the elections….something to the effect that if Donald was elected…”they’d all hang”…or something like that. She was finally right about one thing.

      Liked by 2 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      And the other choice………….Clinton body bags. Sorry I just slipped out, for shame.

      Liked by 2 people

  19. burnett044 says:

    we interrupt these fine comments to bring you this from the Russians….

    ok carry on

    Liked by 23 people

  20. Ghostrider says:

    This woman acts like she is the AG not Sessions. To progressives individual arrogance while knowing the media has your back is a red badge of courage.

    Liked by 4 people

  21. waltherppk says:

    More than 90% of Russians who participated in the online “world vote” preferred for the U.S. have a sane and rational President Trump instead of having the dangerous alternative where the U.S. would be like North Korea being led by a corrupt fanatic and lunatic. So even if the Russians were in fact “tampering” with a U.S. election out of profound self-interest, seeking to influence an election out of self-interest for being more comfortable with the idea of another nuclear power being led by a rational person as the alternative to another nuclear power being held hostage to a muslim owned corrupt lunatic who serves any puppet master / pay master ….including her own twisted delusions.

    Please somebody, anybody…. tell me ….
    exactly how is it a problem that Russians show they have good sense ??

    Having more sense than U.S. dhimmicrats, don’t Russians deserve not to bear the continuing
    insult of dealings with their intellectual inferiors?

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  22. yy4u says:

    Sometimes this site just hangs up. What’s going on?

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  23. duchess01 says:

    Sean Spicer says WaPo should be ashamed – ‘distraction detector dings’ – no stories in the pike – let’s create one out of nothing – eyes rolling – what bothers me is people believe this stuff –

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/28/spicer-wapo-should-be-ashamed-over-report-claiming-white-house-blocked-house-testimony/

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  24. IMO the CIA created the “Muh Russians” narrative & utilizes their 600 million dollar hooks in the WaPo propaganda rag to keep their narratives from becoming completely irrelevant.
    I doubt that many people believe the propaganda from WaPo & CNN type filthy rags, more likely that many people still using the WaCompost see it’s value for potty training domestic animals.

    BTW iirc an IT employee of WaPo allegedly stole an ICE vest from a WaPo office, he was riding around D.C. playing federal officer & getting his jollies from illegally stopping motorists. IMO those incidents suggested that the whole lot at the WaPo aren’t wrapped very tightly.
    I’d wondered whether that moronic IT employee had unwittingly exposed the WaPo’s involvement with CIA to perpetrate a false flag attack intended to demonize ICE & the Trump Administration.

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  25. milktrader says:

    I wonder in how many offices in DC the scene is a high-ranking former Obama administration official sweating, with a half-empty canter of Scotch and a loaded gun on the desk.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. Educated Citizen says:

    Obama and his minions fooled themselves into believing that HRC will win and all their illegal activities will be covered by HRC invoking executive privilege in cause anyone wanted to do any investigation. Now all they can do is try and delay the inevitable, sooner or later the long arms of the law is going to get hold of them.

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  27. Howie says:

    The rabid crazed leftists have dreams of watergate, impeachment, select committees, special prosecutors dancing through their deranged minds. Alls they have to bank on is Russia. No wonder Obama fled the country.

    Liked by 9 people

  28. William Ford says:

    The Trump-Russia collusion story is total fiction invented by the Dems for political purposes. But Trump needs to take this seriously and derail it or he may find himself framed and railroaded out of office. The GOPe would love the opportunity to get rid of him. He doesn’t seem to appreciate that fact. They will not protect his back via Congressional committees. Only Rep Nunes has made any effort on his behalf. McConnell is a total snake who is allowing Dems to stall his appointees. He would never tolerate the delays if Jeb were president.

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Not so – to a degree. The Trump / Russia story – yea total fiction.
      However, there are a lot of new senators and house reps that are not entwined in the cabals of corruption or have been compromised, that the long term congress-critters are involved in. Plus, many of the ‘operations’ are beyond many members of congress’s eyes.

      It is the “Gang of Eight” that is privy to the intelligence reports and several that have bamboozled their way to chairmanships with seniority or ‘ranking member’ or close relationships with the “Gang of Eight” and the predecessors of this group. It is politics and if a new upcomer that is not tainted with the decades of corruption has their way to stay above the fray and not go down … They will, after the undeniable evidence want a full investigation and prosecution. That is the only way they stay above the fray and save their political career.

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  29. akathesob says:

    Hip Waiters and cheep sunglasses seem to be the order of the day…

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  30. Oh My,, in case you missed it.. I posted that picture of the bottle of Russian Salad dressing to @AprilDRyan.. TWITTER blew up.. going viral in 3.. 2.. 1.. THANK YOU to the trepper for that Idea!
    (Now I’m Famous,, or INFAMOUS..) which ever why you see it.. 😄 😄 😄
    God bless the Treeper that posted that Picture.. It made a lot of Folks day.. 🙂 😄 😄
    (Including Sean Spicer) @PressSec..

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  31. citizen817 says:

    Another nothing burger…sesame seed!

    Liked by 2 people

  32. mike diamond says:

    Did Obama when he was president leave pallets of money at all the news media door steps!?? It seems like it!,they all yell Russia,this and Russia that.what about the huge wooden pallet full of money that went to Iran? O I forgot the news media went silent on that deal!!

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  33. Bull Durham says:

    Democrat Drive-Thru Nothing Burgers. 10 Billion of them sold.

    Liked by 3 people

  34. ScoutBird says:

    I can tell you why Sally Yates goes to the WaPo…..nobody with a brain will listen to her B/S.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. freepetta says:

    Because Yates is just one of the leakers. It’s time to get rid of all the Obama leakers!

    Liked by 2 people

  36. Paco Loco says:

    Let’s get on with the criminal investigation and the trials. It’s time heads rolled in Washington. They’ve been getting away with subterfuge and murder for many years. The big question is who will fall on their own sword to save Obama?

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  37. MIKE says:

    The anti- Trumpers are getting in elbow deep. I fully expect the Clinticides and Obamicides to reach epidemic proportions. Make room, vince, ron, jim, seth, et. al.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Howie says:

      Yes they are . Panic is in the air. Soon one will defect for a plea deal.

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    • Ron says:

      there was a hedgefunder who jumped from his 4th floor NYC apartment yesterday.
      They said it was because he lost his funds money in the Maddof Ponzi scheme.
      Hmmmm that was years ago. Now he jumps.
      Last month two NYC hedgefund managers jumped to their deaths both had ties to the Clinton Foundation and the Russia.

      Has Eric Braverman turned up yet?

      You know all this kabookie theater is to keep people from peeling off and trying to save themselves. Like the over the top vilification of Trump was to get good people to bend the rules/look the other way so they could spy on Trump and get the info back to HRC’s campaign. Those are the weakest links.

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  38. andi lee says:

    Forget Sally Yates.

    Subpoena Obama’s Aid Evelyn Farkas to the Intelligence Cmte to explain EXACTLY how, who, what, why, when & where!

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  39. 3x1 says:

    Yates is looking to run for office, possibly as soon as 2018.

    She is padding her resume with these nuttinburgers.

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  40. rsanchez1990 says:

    Any and all distractions from Devin Nunes are blown up enthusiastically.

    Liked by 1 person

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