The Final Top Tier Intel Black Hat Leaker Removed…

It was eight months ago when we first began discussing the “White Hats” -vs- “Black Hats” within the intelligence apparatus.  It was obvious there was a battle going on within the  ‘intelligence’ and ‘justice’ systems per se’ between two distinct groups, mostly centered around political leaks within the IC:

  • A Black Hat: is a self-serving entity, person or organization, that is corrupt, deceitful, manipulative, exploitative, and working for their own power and interests.  A bad entity.
  • A White Hat: is an altruistic entity, person or organization, that is foundationally grounded on truth, honesty, and clear definitions of right and moral wrong.  A good entity.

The four primary agencies who drove the media narrative were: CIA, DNI, FBI and NSA.

We identified Admiral Mike Rogers (NSA) as the only ‘white hat’ within the intelligence group at the center of the media intel controversies.   Most, heck, all, of the media controversy was created by leaks of intelligence “reports”.  NSA Director Mike Rogers was the only intel head without any participation in leaking.  Rogers also controlled most of the raw intel from which the reports being leaked were constructed.

Initially, last year, FBI Director James Comey was challenging to gauge.  However, it didn’t take long to discover his political corruption, and see his political agenda was all about himself – not the application of law.

Then on March 20th the mask fully came off.  Comey was a solid Black Hat. The March 20th appearance before congress was the final straw in showcasing just how politically corrupt James Comey was.

In this same March 20th hearing Comey stated there was an investigation into intelligence leaks to the media.  However, on May 8th the source of the reports that were eventually leaked to the media, acting AG Sally Yates, said she was never questioned by the FBI.

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

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

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

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

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

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Watch it again.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The non-notification of congress allowed Director Comey to act without any oversight, this was part of his constructed design to hold power.  Comey is admitting this in the testimony to congress, but no-one was paying attention.  This unaccountable activity is a critical aspect to understanding how a black hat operative works.

People can attempt to defend Comey for whatever reason they may carry.  However, the factual reality is James Comey was carrying out a counterintelligence investigation completely off the range of congressional oversight.  Intentionally so.

FBI Director James Comey intentionally kept congress in the dark on his investigative activity.  Our system of checks and balances are specifically set up to stop this from happening, and to keep a watch on the ‘watchers’.  Director Comey subverted the oversight for his own political purposes.

There is no defense for the FBI director acting alone and not notifying congress of what he is doing through the established protocols.  It doesn’t matter who the FBI director is.  Comey should have been fired on March 20th after he told congress he was intentionally not allowing them oversight over his conduct.  His firing should have been an immediate no-brainer.

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796 Responses to The Final Top Tier Intel Black Hat Leaker Removed…

  1. vanroth50 says:

    If there is one individual who is more vindictive, vicious and detestable than the excreable Obama, it is John McCain.

    Also, that CNN story about the subpoena’s issued to associates of Mike Flynn “as part of a larger Russia investigation” is such bs and crap. Those warrants were issued a month ago and the deep state operatives and CNN typically leaked it now to force a narrative on the Comey firing. And that investigation has to do with Flynn’s business dealings after leaving the military and nothing at all to do with the other bs FBI investigation into the Trump campaign’s so called “Russian connections”.

    But trust corrupt CNN to spin it as something nefarious, sinister and so important because you know, Flynn and all his prior business associates are actually agents of the Kremlin who conspired with the KGB to tilt the election to Trump.

    It would be amusing if it were not so pathetic.

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  2. Bugsdaddy says:

    Just a thought about the “White Hat” and “Black Hat” theory. I trust the analysis done by Sundance, and have found it to be accurate 99.99% of the time…….but, how can we be so sure that Mike Rogers is really a white hat? I mean, in Sundances own words, the raw intel was under his control……. I’m not trying to undermine anyone with this post, just had to stop and think about that phrase for a moment. And by no means do I believe Clapper or Comey or any of the others are white hats torpedoed by Rogers! It just occurred to me that if Rogers is in control of the raw data, why has he not silenced the source of the leaks? Does his end game truly support the President?

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  3. dbethd says:

    Ever since you started posting here you have been sowing doubt while trying to lift yourself up and make yourself seem well-informed with all your “connections”, which is starting to come off as fake. And now this. STOP trolling here.

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  4. You guys are lucky, I was trapped an airport for hours with cnn blaring some amazing lies and bs…. Of course I’ve never listened before so maybe it’s always that way ? Anyway I moved far away from my gate so I wouldn’t suffer anymore.Then on the plane (10 hours) a professor next to me started a converstion about politics, until he realizd I wasn’t a sheep…..I countered several miss statements and he gave up…. 🙂

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  5. albrevin says:

    My take FWIW…. knowing Jim Comey was picked by Obama is red-flag #1. Knowing the boys over at National Review cheered the hiring is red-flag #2.

    Watching Comey’s performance over the course of his tenure as FBI Director left no doubt that he was a political creature. At one point, he seemed to conflict with the Obama Admin’s rhetoric about creating an atmosphere of distrust towards police, leaving police fearful to do their jobs. These comments were never followed up on with action by the Director. Then over the course of July 5th on this guy has looked completely foolish.

    1. Never should have allowed himself to be put in the position to make a ‘recommendation’ regarding prosecution or not on Hillary. Should have told the DOJ/Attorney General to pound sand. He chickened out.

    2. Guilt and damage control made him reopen the case in October. Criticism caused him to close it back up. Chickened out.

    3. Let nevertrumpers (McCain especially) bully him into taking the dirty dossier seriously. Chicken.

    4. Seemed to relish making speculative statements in front of Congress that left issues hanging and allowed the Democrats and McCain to bash Trump. Examples:

    – speculates that the reason Putin wanted Trump to win was because he “hates” Hillary Clinton. Very arrogant of Comey (FBI investigative agency director) to make a moral pronouncement about someone (god-like).

    – refused to comply or at the least was slow-walking cooperation with Congress on leak investigations (arrogant)

    – messed with Sen Grassley to much, refusing to inform him about payment for the dirty dossier…. do not try and punk Sen Grassley (arrogant)

    – in general, looked foolish spouting off in congressional testimony. Obvious, the guy was twisted into a dozen pretzels trying to maintain numerous lies (coward)

    5. PDJT and AG let Deputy AG fire him. The proper protocol and the proper thing to do.

    Conclusion. Jim Comey was not a man of courage. He let things happen to him rather than take ownership. He grew conceited in his power. In his defense, he may have been and probably was scared for himself and his family. The Clinton’s are deadly, he knows that. So, I’m not judging the guy. Just saying, wrong guy, wrong role and Obama should take ownership of putting him there. My guess is Comey is probably glad to be terminated. My fear is that he’ll let himself be bullied into making more innuendo-like statements to his nevertrumper handlers. Again, here’s his chance to stand up to these people (and, get his life back)….. tell them to pound sand Mr. Comey, go get a teaching job at a small college far far away from the swamp, shut your mouth and enjoy life.

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  6. What does any of this 9/11 “did not/did so” sidetrack have to do with the firing of James Comey? Stick to the topic of the article.

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  7. NYGuy54 says:

    Yeah I’m sure you have an FBI file. Probably not the one you think.

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  8. kimosaabe says:

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  9. anthohmy says:

    okay call me a nitpicker, but if I read you right, Comey wasn’t subject to Go8 oversight, they have no business hauling him in there to begin with, eh?

    Comey was the oversight over the oversight and answers to a different chain of command, including the Deputy AG, Grand Jury, and the Bench? The FBI seems to not have the surveillance wiggle room the other fellas have, has to be accountable for all intrusions in the realms of evidence he seeks.

    The Go8 has oversight over intelligence gathering aka spying or research on any number of things, relating to National Security. The FBI is a law enforcement entity and member of the balancing Judicial Branch of government. The Go8 is supposedly the oversight over the people who surveil their private lives, and the FBI is the balance that prevents blackmail or other transactional realities between oversight and overseen? If everybody is under the oversight of Go8, what happens if one of them is involved in a modern day Abscam?

    But if the Grand Jury and the Bench are the oversight over the FBI and AG, who is the oversight over the Grand Jury and the Bench and where does the balance part come in.

    This is a plainly evident issue within the prosecutorial community. They roam generally free to break all the laws they want, so long as they don’t leave the severed head on their desk.

    Who reads court transcripts and keeps track of the bench?

    Speaking of surveillance, is the raw data in the NSA database the British got access to unmasked date? Which “two” people have to approach and ask?

    Is Rogers allowed to line the database with Golden Showers in order to effect an outcome when shenanigans are afoot, or is that just too much fun for one person?

    If Rogers was responsible for all the “raw” data, well that isn’t good that so much escaped unless it was property formatted. Or not.

    Finally if a freshman member goes off the rails and starts asking questions in arenas Comey needs to avoid or obfuscate in order to serve the investigation, is he or are any of them allowed to lie?

    My dear departed father was quite fond of the phrase “loose lips sink ships”.

    We also claim to abhor lying, but in contemplating it, I also abhor it when people ask me questions I either am not inclined to answer or can’t answer. It’s a conundrum. Just cause some random person decides they want to ask me a question am I morally bankrupt for not answering it, telling them to flake off, or, why obfuscating to keeping relative peace or confusing them?

    It is a complicated world.

    Sorry so Socratic, but rattling around my brain for hours. Started to write it out last night, hope I didn’t already hit post.

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  10. Steven Hitt says:

    There is fertile ground for indictments here. Let’s see if it happens under the new DOJ, the new FBI and the new POTUS. Hope you don’t mind if I don’t hold my breath waiting.

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  11. RealistNationalist says:

    Comey politicized the historically largely apolitical (post Hoover, anyway) position he held. He also appears to love the limelight. His firing was necessary; unfortunately, he is now angry and wants revenge. He will continue to leak tidbits of supposed conversations and always select the bits that hurt Trump as much as possible. This whole “muh Russians” farce is out of control. All powerful nations, the USA included, attempt to influence the external world to their liking. Obama threatened our best ally, the United Kingdom, with the “back of the line” for trade deals if they voted for Brexit. The USA worked to rid Ukraine of a pro-Russian leader. Now we are supposed to get all worked up because other nations do the same thing? Are we somehow immune to the very thing we do to others? No, we should anticipate it, try to block their efforts, and secure our systems so they will not have great success. No Russian made anyone vote for Trump, and the emails that influenced the election were real, written by Hillary and her team. She was the root of the problem, not Russia. It is still unclear whether they were the ultimate source of the emails sent to Wikileaks, or whether Seth Rich may have had a hand in it. All in all it is time to move on. We can pay Russia back, with interest, at some point in the future. We may even want to thank them for keeping that dishonest, corrupt warmonger out of the White House.

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