*UPDATE* – President Trump Drops Another MOAB – Media Missing Sally Yates and James Comey Timeline…

President Trump drops another Mother Of All Bombs, this time in a twitter version directly targeted at a corrupted and politicized James Comey Dept. of Justice.

And what’s more stunning in the aftershock is the media’s incapacity to take the new Trump/Comey timeline information and add it to the existing Sally Yates timeline.

Then again, to do so would be to expose another level of FBI/DOJ politicization that remains hidden from public consumption.  Another political operative, Asst. Director of Counter Intelligence, Bill Priestap, who accompanied acting AG Sally Yates to the meeting with White House Counsel Don McGahn, is a Hillary Clinton campaign donor.

 

♦We know from Director James Comey’s own admission to congress that he intentionally withheld congressional notification of a counter-intelligence investigation that began in July of 2016.

Within Comey’s March 20th testimony to explain why he intentionally avoided congressional oversight, he cited the recommendation of Bill Priestap, Asst. Director of Counter Intelligence.

Bill Priestap is married to Sabina Menshell a self-employed “consultant” with a history of donations to Democrat candidates, specifically to Hillary Clinton.

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♦We also know from Sally Yates testimony (May 8th), where she outlined the notification of White House Counsel Don McGahn of the issues the DOJ had with Michael Flynn, that Yates took Bill Priestap with her to the WH meeting on January 26th.

So let’s add President Trump’s meeting with FBI Director James Comey into the timeline of Sally Yates, and add her version of what McGahn’s concerns were about the content of the afternoon meeting:

Friday January 20th – Inauguration

Tuesday January 24th – Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn was interviewed at the White House by the FBI.

Wednesday January 25th –  The Department of Justice received a detailed readout from the FBI agents who had interviewed Flynn. Yates said she felt “it was important to get this information to the White House as quickly as possible.”

Thursday January 26th – (morning) Yates called McGahn first thing that morning to tell him she had “a very sensitive matter” that had to be discussed face to face. McGahn agreed to meet with Yates later that afternoon.

Thursday January 26th – (afternoonSally Yates traveled to the White House along with a senior member of the DOJ’s National Security Division, Bill Priestap, who was overseeing the matter.  This was Yates’ first meeting with McGahn in his office, which also acts as a sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF).

Yates said she began their meeting by laying out the media accounts and media statements made by Vice President Mike Pence and other high-ranking White House officials about General Flynn’s activity “that we knew not to be the truth.

According to Sally Yates testimony, she and Bill Priestap reportedly presented all the information to McGahn so the White House could take action that they deemed appropriate.  When asked by McGahn if Flynn should be fired, Yates answered, “that really wasn’t our call.”

Yates also said her decision to notify the White House counsel had been discussed “at great length.”  According to her testimony: “Certainly leading up to our notification on the 26th, it was a topic of a whole lot of discussion in DOJ and with other members of the intel community.”

Friday January 27th – (morning)  White House Counsel Don McGahn called Yates in the morning and asked if she could come back to his office.

Friday January 27th – (late afternoon) According to her testimony, Sally Yates returned to the White House late that afternoon.  One of McGahn’s topics discussed was whether Flynn could be prosecuted for his conduct.

Specifically, according to Yates, one of the questions McGahn asked Yates was, “Why does it matter to DOJ if one White House official lies to another?” She explained that it “was a whole lot more than that,” and reviewed the same issues outlined the prior day.

McGahn expressed his concern that taking action might interfere with the FBI investigation of Flynn, and Yates said it wouldn’t. “It wouldn’t really be fair of us to tell you this and then expect you to sit on your hands,” Yates had told McGahn.

McGahn asked if he could look at the underlying evidence of Flynn’s conduct, and she said they would work with the FBI over the weekend and “get back with him on Monday morning.”

Friday January 27th – (evening) In what appears to be only a few hours later, President Trump is having dinner with FBI Director James Comey where President Trump asked if he was under investigation.

Now, accepting the politicization of the entire Russian Conspiracy Narrative that was leading the headlines for the two months prior to this dinner; and knowing moments earlier your Chief White House counsel informs you that two political operatives (Yates and Priestap) within the DOJ were providing classified intelligence reports about General Flynn; and knowing the prior months (Nov/Dec/Jan) were fraught with leaks from intelligence reports identical to those discussed;  wouldn’t you perhaps think that any action you take could be utilized to add fuel to this Russian narrative?  And/Or be used by these same leak facilitators to make something seem like something it is not?

Think about it.

If you were President under those circumstances, wouldn’t you ask FBI Director James Comey what the deal was with these investigations, and whether or not you were under investigation BEFORE you took action to retain or fire Mike Flynn?

Given the circumstances it could appear, and most definitely should be considered, that the President was being ‘set-up’ to impede an FBI investigation by taking action against Flynn.

If Trump took action – What mechanism was in place for the President to protect himself from accusations of impropriety and impeding an investigation?

Who is to say Yates and Priestap would stand behind the White House and support action taken by the President?

What confidence would President Trump have that Yates/Priestap would speak publicly about their advice?

What would FBI Director Comey and Asst. FBI Director McCabe do with a President Trump conversation about Mike Flynn who was “under investigation”?

Remember, for reference:  On February 15th while discussing another issue FBI Assistant Director Andrew McCabe asked Chief of Staff Reince Priebus for 5 minutes alone after the meeting.  At the one-on-one McCabe told Priebus the New York Times Russia and Trump campaign story was a “bunch of BS”.

Priebus asked McCabe if McCabe would be able to say that publicly.  McCabe said he would check.  Later, McCabe called back and said he couldn’t issue a statement about it. SEE SCREENGRAB:

reince-preibus-mccabe(LINK)

These are not exactly the most trustworthy of FBI and DOJ officials.

Exactly the opposite is true.  These are known political operatives, in appointed positions of government, with admitted intentions to manipulate transparency, accountability and they even testify to congress they are intentionally not allowing oversight.

President Trump was expected to trust this crew?

Seriously?

UPDATE 7:30pm: As if on cue, THIS is the exact trap we are talking about above.

SEE? In the first paragraph of the first article to draw attention to the timeline, the accusation is made that President Trump was “interfering with an ongoing FBI investigation”.

That is exactly the trap that Director Comey, Acting AG Yates and Asst. Director of DOJ Counter Intel Priestap were laying out.  Director Comey went to that dinner HOPING that Trump would ask him about Michael Flynn which would be seen as impeding a federal investigation.

For several months the media have been steadfast in their efforts to turn this into Watergate 2.0.  To achieve that objective the political angle-players and media need only to paint Trump into a corner with a credible accusation of the president interfering with an FBI investigation (Flynn).   Against the timeline above, as played out this week with Sally Yates testimony to congress, they were only a couple more timely misinformation leaks and twisted reports away from making that happen.

Now look at this tweet again:

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1,058 Responses to *UPDATE* – President Trump Drops Another MOAB – Media Missing Sally Yates and James Comey Timeline…

  1. roxiellTX says:

    Maybe some of the “tapes” were recorded in Comey’s office. People discussing all kinds of interesting plans.

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    • Molly says:

      Obtained AFTER Comey was fired. Yeah, that could be very possible. 🙂

      Liked by 10 people

    • LARS says:

      And is it not relevant that Comey’s brother, Peter Comey, works at the law firm that does the Clinton Foundation’s taxes? hat tip CFP

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    • mike says:

      Bill Still #1625 airs accusation that Comey offered a Russian hacker a package deal with citizenship etc to falsely swear a Rus connection. If there is any corroborating evidence in Comey’s office, sounds like treason for attempted overthrow to me. Hang ’em or shoot ’em all.

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      • Could be disinformation ,who knows, this whole thing will make your head spin.
        Comeys actions only make sense if you believe he was working both ends against the middle.

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        • smartyjones1 says:

          Bill Still is a hard core newsman, certainly not prone to reporting disinformation.
          Comey plays the Deep State game for fun and profit. Well, he did.

          Stay tuned folks.

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        • RG says:

          Robert Ludlum has never written a book that comes close to the operations carried out by our own government. Now, he and his ghost writers will stay busy until doomsday.

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        • Bert Darrell says:

          Napoleon Trombonoparte: Comey was playing his OWN end against everybody else:

          – Hillary “no intent” Clinton would owe Comey him for her absurd and inappropriate exoneration, for which he would be paid in kind and $$$ (lots of it).
          – Congress critters (democrats, RINOs and nevertrumpers) would be obligated to Comey for life for doing their bidding and for him not to blabber about it.
          – The undermining of the current government (aka treason) would also be nicely compensated by the corrupt opposition.
          – And, just maybe, Comey might have run for president in the near future on a “I was the nation’s savior; elect ME” platform.

          Deserving of jail time, besides Comey himself, for sedition and treason are:

          – Members of the Clinton crime family, and Clinton Foundation associates.
          – Barack Obama
          – Joe Biden
          – Sen. John McCain
          – The heads and immediate associates of the Obama administration security agencies.
          – Immediate associates of former FBI Director James Comey.
          – Sally Yates.
          – Susan Rice
          – Sen. Chuck Schumer
          – Nancy Pelosi
          – Former SOS John Kerry
          – Former USAG Loretta Lynch.
          – Heads of ABC, CBS, NBC, WaPo, NYT, and David Brock.

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        • Donald says:

          Napoleon Trombonoparte:
          You may be right. But a more compelling view, I believe, is that Comey’s decision to re-open the Clinton email scandal was NOT for the purpose of harming Hillary, but rather a desperate, Hail Mary attempt at saving her.
          Let’s return to that moment in time, Oct. 28, 2016. We now know, in retrospect, that the polling data released to the public was fictional and propagandistic, the better to depress the Trump vote. But the real area of fear and trepidation for Democrat pollsters was not Trump’s late surge with his new ‘Drain the Swamp’ slogan, but rather the growing numbers of ‘unmotivated’ Hillary voters who pollsters privately admitted might not support her in high enough percentages ( as was born out!). The true assessment of Dem pollsters was that Hillary stood to lose as much as she did to win. No doubt Dem operatives were anxious to know what these specific focus groups revealed, and were told, ruefully, “the 30 thousand emails!”
          Trump had been savaging Hillary consistently about the 30K emails to the point that a desperate plan was born within the Deep State to present ONE FINAL VINDICATION by somehow locating the missing emails, and then proclaiming their innocuousness. Dem voters would say ‘you see, Hillary was right all the time!’ ‘There was nothing incriminating in those emails the whole time!’
          By my reckonning, this Deep State ploy made the election closer than it would have been otherwise, since the LA Times poll and the IBD poll were showing Trump pulling away. The day of the election, they showed a dead heat. Viewed in this way, Comey’s second intervention prevented a Dem embarrassment of epic proportions which might have handed Trump a historic landslide victory and mandate!
          But this will come in 2020!

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  2. jojo says:

    Don’t you just love the SPEED OF TRUMP? Everyone but Sundance and a few others have their heads spinning as we little deplorables continue supporting our CITIZEN SELECTED & ELECTED PRESIDENT. I can’t have butter on my popcorn anymore. I’m enjoying the show so much I’m gaining too much weight.

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  3. The White House was bugged and Trump has the tapes

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  4. ABC says:

    Oh, and poor simple Comney actually thought the teflon Don would talk to him and not automatically assume Comey was recording everything. These boys are a day late and a dollar short.

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    • Michael says:

      They forget that Trump literally had to fight off the mafia in New York. They think he’s some sort of amateur clown.

      Liked by 23 people

      • kathyca says:

        They really do. It blows my mind. There’s probably no “civilian” who’s clued to the ways of the swamp more than Trump. Idk why this isn’t obvious to everyone…Maybe it’s a tri-state thing?

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        • repsort says:

          Yep they habitually underestimate him in every encounter.
          This puts him in the winning position right out of the gate- every time.
          Hope they never stop.

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          • Lack is not all says:

            He , Trump, behaves in a way they believe he is amateurish and stupid. He does it on purpose. Its part of his game. You can watch him behaving like all ‘the others ‘ in some old videos. The one with Congress is a perfect example. He is the consummate intellectual in that one. Our President knows them well, they dont know him and thats why he always wins at the end. They are not match for him. I am starting feeling sorry for the swamp as I felt somehow sorry for Jeb during the campain. By the way, I never ever felt sorry for Hillary.

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          • nontroll says:

            I have been under estimated my entire life. When I was younger, I took it as an insult. It took a long time before I realized what an advantage it is. I’m pretty sure PDJT has been playing being under estimated to his advantage for a very long time. It’s a very large arrow in his “Art of the Deal” quiver.

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          • Oldschool says:

            From what I see, it appears Comey and the rest, have a blend. Underestimating Trump and overinflation of themselves. Their arrogance is causing self destruction.

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          • Reminds me of The Scarlet Pimpernel (love the 1982 movie with Anthony Andrews and Jane Seymore)… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtAM7YDap6o

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        • My attempt at understanding why is posted below at 10:05 am.

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      • He needs to sick the Masfia on these clowns! Bet they’d shut up.

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  5. fleporeblog says:

    I can’t begin to tell you how important this week was to losing our country once and for all. 99.8% of the citizens of the U.S. will never understand the magnitude of what all transpired this week. The press has no clue. Even Fox Business tonight was bashing our President for such a horrible week. They don’t get it. They were trying a coup d’etat against our President and we the people. Chuck Schumer knew it when he made the comment about the IC getting you 6 ways from Sunday to get back at you.

    These POS were going to entrap our President! Notice last night that the President never answered Chester the Molester’s question about who asked for the dinner. Chester needed our President to say he did for their plot to play out. The truth is that Comey asked for that dinner so that our President would eventually ask about Flynn to be able to use down the road once the Muh Russia died. It was a setup! Comey either tapped it or our President did (I believe Comey did). They fired his ass 3,000 miles away from D.C. As a matter of fact he had to sit through traffic because they didn’t use the police lights. This gave Keith his body guard from NY, Sessions and the White Hats time to scrub the POS’s office taking all evidence (including the tape if we believe Comey tapped the conversation).

    I have no doubt that they were going to file federal charges for obstructing an ongoing investigation had our President not taken the actions of firing, cleaning out his office and the most important piece, that tweet above. That told Comey, McCabe, Yates, Priestap, Barry and the rest of the POS that he has the tape which will actually prove that Comey tried to entrap our President. We are talking about a coup against our President which would lead to life in prison if not death for Comey and those that where part of the plan.

    Comey is DONE! You will never see him again. The only time he will talk is if he is subpoenaed or granted immunity to testify in cases against the rat bastards. Do not be shocked he is about to turn state evidence knowing his days are numbered before he is killed.

    I added the following below for further information on their thinking.

    The FBI questioned Flynn on the 24th. They call McGhan on the morning of the 25th that they needed to talk about sensitive information. They are called back on the 26th to further clarify questions McGhan had about interfering with an ongoing investigation against Flynn. He asks for the documents. Instead of getting them that day they told him they would have it to him on Monday. They knew Comey was going to or had already asked to have dinner on Sunday. That was the trap! Comey or our President tapped the conversation (most likely Comey). They would have arrested him for interfering in an investigation sometime this summer but our President blew up their plan by firing and having his body guard from NY (Keith) go and clean out his office before McCabe and the crew could. You can bet your bottom dollar their were men outside the office with their guns ready in case someone tried to get in and get the goods.

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    • The Tsar Bomb is going to lay waste to half of DC

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    • If this was an attempted coup d’etat, we need to see Comey’s eyes bulging as the noose cuts off his last gasps for air… as goes for every one else involved.

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    • MaryLS says:

      That’s a lot to digest. Very interesting.

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    • What a Grandmaster

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    • nimrodman says:

      “… President blew up their plan by firing and having his body guard from NY (Keith) go and clean out his office before McCabe and the crew could. You can bet your bottom dollar their were men outside the office with their guns ready in case someone tried to get in and get the goods.”

      Any news account that Keith took a team to clean out Comey’s office? I’ve keyword-searched and haven’t found one.

      Just trying to distinguish what’s factual before it starts getting repeated here as if it is. You know, to distinguish facts from “unknown unknowns”, to quote Don Rumsfeld.

      I did come across this one link but it’s inconclusive:
      https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2017/05/ex-feds-confident-comeys-devices-and-files-are-safe-even-if-fbi-wont-confirm/

      FTA:
      Comey now-famously found out that he’d been fired while visiting FBI colleagues in Los Angeles.

      During that time, it’s not at all clear what measures have been taken to secure his files, computers, or other devices that may have been in his Washington, DC office or in his control at the time he was removed from his post. Under the Criminal Justice Information Services policy, Comey’s access would have been immediately terminated.

      When Ars asked the FBI what, if anything, had been done to secure Comey’s materials, Susan McKee, a 27-year veteran spokeswoman of the Bureau, e-mailed: “We don’t have any further comment at this time.”

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      • fleporeblog says:

        I embellished that part about the guns! But knowing our President it could be plausible.

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        • nimrodman says:

          Yeah, I’m hoping it’s true, like you, and I did appreciate your larger post. Yeah, let’s hope all Comey’s contents and devices are secured and in possession of white hats.

          Just pinning down that’s truly known or not, as conjectures get carried on pretty quick here unless they’re vetted.

          On one of the threads today, folks were getting carried away dissecting specifics of what kind of “tapes” Pres had, until someone pulled them up short and clarified “guys – he didn’t say he had tapes; he said Comey better hope there aren’t tapes”

          I’ve seen several other conjectures about Comey’s office contents but little paydirt.

          A Zerohedge article also returned on my search, but only because of a conjecture in the comments section:

          Mycroft Holmes IV  Abby Normal •May 9, 2017 11:16 PM
          They totally shut down his access while he was away from a terminal.
          Locked out of his office – will probably have his perfonal items shipped to him.

          http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05-09/james-comey-learned-he-was-fired-tv-news-report

          Thanks again for your painstaking work during the election, followed your posts intently.
          – Nimrodman

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          • nimrodman says:

            … that was “pinning down What’s truly known”

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            • Oldschool says:

              Agree nimrod. I am not LE or intelligence nor do I have any of that background, but some of the theories put forth just don’t pass my gut check. If I were Comey, there is no way on earth that any sensitive or incriminating information would be stored anywhere in my office, be it physical or electronic. If Hill can wipe a server, what makes anyone think that Comey, with his history, was this sloppy? It just doesn’t make sense.

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              • Paco Loco says:

                Comey is no dummy. He would have kept any incriminating tapes or docs in a safe place so that he’d have a bargaining chit if the SHTF like it did. This isn’t over by a long shot.

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        • More like guys in camo w/ M 16’s

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Any search of Comey’s office would have been news. There’s no way with all the people who would have witnessed it there wouldn’t be a tip off to the media.

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      • Charlie says:

        Government employees in high places have to be guiding the President. Instinct and honest intel is his weapon against political hacks. Business instinct, no politician can learn.
        Grateful to white hats, how could we ever thank them?

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        • Kathy says:

          For these types — “God & Country” to the core — a job well done is its own reward. They might appreciate an occasional prayer, though.

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    • A2 says:

      Just a note Flepore. If a coup was planned, i.e. impeachment, that was also being teed up by Warner and Burr of the Senate Intel committee by the Grand Juries forming in northern Virginia. In fact for several weeks Warner was leaking to the press, domestic and international that the President was trapped, they were getting the ‘goods’ on him and he would be impeached (lots of ‘dire straits’ warnings). I figure Comey’s firing nixed that and the entire plot has unraveled. Dirty business by black hands.

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    • dustycowpoke says:

      If my memory serves all SCIF conversations and actions are recorded for posterity. Oh, the sunlight of it all.

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    • SoCal Patriot says:

      We cannot forget the role of Admiral Rogers in all of this. I am betting he told PDJT who was part of the cabal trying to sabotage his election and presidency. No doubt Comey was one of the names mentioned…POTUS’ attorneys and Jeff Sessions all discussed how the cabal might try to entrap him…what to say and ask and what not to say and ask. It has been obvious for some time that Comey has been playing games. Donald Trump is no fool…he wasn’t going to allow these traitors to entrap him.

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    • xyzlatin says:

      Fleporeblog: Very interesting story. I just wish you would label the parts that you actually do know about (refer to other sites, etc), and label the parts that are pure fantasy on your part. Considering that the whole of the past year there has been a big fight about “fake news”, do you think it is wise to dish up more here, on one of the most widely read sites for conservatives on the internet? (and from somebody who has obtained some credibility for past good posts?). Consider that by writing about Trump’s excellent and discreet and trusted bodyguard in this way, you have just set Keith up for a lot of grief if the MSM run with this story.

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    • joanfoster says:

      I am not certain that all of your hypothesis is true. Just for the sake of realism, wouldn’t the DOJ have to subpoena Comey’s records before removal? Also, must we not assume that any tapes Comey had would have been in a safe not just floating around in a desk drawer. The office of the FBI Director would be highly guarded. Even for a person working for the President would have to be given access based upon someone at DOJ giving it.

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      • Rejuvenated says:

        Any records of Comey’s are the property of the federal government (as with all federal employees). That includes any personal documents/communications sent/received through official channels. Subpoenas would be unnecessary. I can guarantee that they did a complete backup of his computer/government issued devices and email account on the email server the moment the termination orders were in hand. The only issue might be if he left any personal devices in his office that may have been used to conduct federal duties. NARA has guidelines and procedures for the preservation of records (especially in cases of terminations) and I bet they were followed to the “T” with him. 😜

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      • Kroesus says:

        you mean “Comey’s” notes and work product while in government employ?……and how again does he own possession of them that would require a warrant after his termination?

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        • joanfoster says:

          Kroesus, Comey did not own possession of his work product, but the FBI did. Just to go into his office and confiscate files and digital records would only serve the left who would say it was the President trying to engage in a cover up. The original post is all supposition and opinion and is not based in any facts coming out of the White House but for some reason because it describes how we wish it would have gone down, we readily accept that it is a true presentation. This is why I challenged it.

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Joanfoster: Comey was an employee of the DOJ. Why would USAG Sessions need a subpoena to get the records of a dismissed employee of his department?

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      • fleporeblog says:

        He and them never saw the firing coming. People don’t secure things when they think the are invincible.

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    • Eaglemom says:

      The plot is so obvious now. That is why the senate intelligence committee had Clapper and Yates testify about the whole McGhan/Yates meeting. They were setting the stage. They want to charge Flynn with something this summer and then charge the President with obstruction. They don’t even care about Muh Russia anymore. They are going to “Scooter Libby” Flynn and President Trump. I feel like there are many more people in on this like McCain (who said another shoe would drop), Schumer, Warner, and even Burr.

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      • elleb77 says:

        Perhaps Flynn was knowingly part of the plot?

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      • cozettea says:

        Comey and McCain are buddies. Remember it was McCain who gave Comey the pissgate dossier to leak to the media right before the inauguration after McCain couldn’t get anyone to publish it. I’m sure they were hoping the scandal would force Trump to step down so Pence could be sworn in instead. Boy do they NOT know Trump. Anyway McCain’s fake pissgate dossier was so pathetic the FBI refused to pay for it yet Comey used it to justify a Russia investigation then refused to make clear Trump was not a target when he easily could have done so. I am praying McCain goes DOWN too. He’s colluded with his pals at the Russophobic Atlantic Council to push the Russia Trump bs since this summer. He’s a traitor.

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    • Patriot/1 says:

      You can bet that BOTH Comey and President Trump recorded that dinner conversation. They each of course had their own motivations…..

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Patriot/1: please don’t rush to offer that bet to anyone because I think you would lose. The facts will come out … in good time.

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      • bflyjesusgrl says:

        I’m moving towards this theory, if not actually true, Trump’s tweet to Comey is that it could be. Imagine Comey taping Trump to try to bring him down, not realizing Trump is taping him to do the same thing! Either way, Brilliant on the part of President Trump!!

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    • wyntre says:

      You really are quite brilliant, fleporeblog, and very good at clarifying complex issues. You must be a scientist or a mathematician, no?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Just a point of clarification – there is video of Keith delivering the envelope – he goes in, he comes out and gets in a little car. He did not have any items in his hands when he exited.

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  6. Rosech says:

    Might want to read this article about Comey’s past. By the way, McCabe, the fill in for a very, very short time, also has a past with the $700K just like Comey’s.
    http://canadafreepress.com/article/james-comey-and-the-stinking-fish-factor

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    • hellinahandbasket says:

      @Rosech – Insightful article …Thanks-a-bunch for that link. 😉

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    • JAS says:

      Great summary read:

      “THE STINKING FISH FACTOR
      Whether it’s in industry or the military or sports or show business, if failure occurs, it’s always the top dog who is accountable. Not the assembly line worker or the buck private or the third baseman who calls the shots, but the one who occupies the ultimate seat of power.”

      As a business analyst with 30+ years under my belt I can strongly affirm that paragraph to be a truism.

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  7. I’m getting a feeling Donnie Brasco will be the Director

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  8. Ghostrider says:

    This was the ultimate Queen’s gambit! Who do you think advised Trump to tape the dinner conversation with Comey? Had to be Bannon.

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  9. Suzanne says:

    Sundance, please forward this entire article to Sessions and McGahn… this is straight-up treason

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  10. Molly says:

    President Trump doesn’t use email. Brilliant.
    President Trump has been recorded in hundreds of interviews in his lifetime. No one has found a fault (except for the Billy Bush fiasco). Amazing.
    I have watched some interviews today, going back to 1980. He could predict the future.
    President Trump can see around corners, he is so ahead of the game that he is obscure to those trying to catch him at something, anything underhanded.
    All this disruption and he continues to make huge changes to #MAGA in such a brief time.

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    • Molly says:

      I forgot to mention, with everything on President Trump’s agenda, I think he has #LockHerUp on his list, in red. 😛

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      • rumpole2 says:

        I KNOW that locking Hillary up is a small item in the Greater scheme of things… Life, the Universe, Healthcare, taxes. Korea, Iran etc.. but…

        IMHO it really is Hugely important..
        Bringing at least ONE of the “above the law” Washington elite to face justice is important (and it being a Clinton is a bonus). It is needed to restore faith nin the Justice system…

        Besides.. The Dim liberal, MSM reaction to Hillary indicted would be so damned funny for days… weeks… months!!

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        • Molly says:

          Exactly, Rumpole! With Comey gone … out of the picture, I do think he has a plan in place, and it will be at the right time. Like you say, world issues being worked out on the surface, #CrookedHillary (his words) 🙂 plans being executed in the background. Getting his people (ducks) in a row, to get it right.
          BOOM! 😛

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        • Bebop777 says:

          And the thought of her spending all her ill-gained $$$$ on a battalion of lawyers—and all for naught— is a delicious thought as well. Might as well get the old horndog locked away, too—why should he skate free? 🙂

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        • repsort says:

          Exactly. It’s not small thing. We’re talking about saving the rule of law and the concept that all men are treated equally under the law… There’s nothing more important if we want to save the republic. Without rule of law/equal justice our society will continue to crumble.

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      • Lburg says:

        This may (may) take a few years, but indicting Hillary will happen. There are so many strings to unravel, and so much money to account for (Foundation) and so many treasonous rats that will scurry, we have to give the President and his team some time.

        The team will make the case airtight and bring alllllll relevant charges that can be brought. Not just the ones we’re thinking about today. And all relevant charges will have targets who have their own strings of misdeeds.

        I think of it as a huge multi-level marketing cabal selling tainted products. The ones at the top put it together, but the ones on the bottom tier are no less culpable. Although they might be slightly less dangerous, their roots will continue to grow in the muck if they aren’t dug out.

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    • psadie says:

      If you want to watch a video of Trump discussing the Renovation of the United Nations building in NYC pull it up on C-Span by typing “United Nations Renovation” in the search box. Trump first met Senator Sessions at this meeting about how much the UN wanted for the reconstruction job. $$$$$
      The level of corruption then was breathtaking and you will learn about building from Trump that you can use in your own life. Trump called them out on it at this meeting…it was beautiful.

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  11. sundance says:

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  12. sundance says:

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    • recoverydotgod says:

      This willful blindness is truly corrupt, IMO.

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    • Virgo says:

      Any idea, yet, why Comey did what might seem irrational to his apparent associate Clinton? Was he giving cover of being even handed while sharing her campaign hubris that she had already won?
      His pseudo indictment of her made no sense to anyone and probably did hurt her to some extent (but she owns her loss).
      Clinton’s subsequent and recent blame of Comey would indicate their association was fractured, but not broken, back then…so they needed each other.

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    • repsort says:

      Brilliant take on that “willful blindness”.

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  13. sundance says:

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  14. Does anybody use “tapes” these days? Seeing Trump put the phrase in quotes makes me wonder if it’s a subtle troll reference to “wiretapping”.

    Media bit hard on the literal meaning of “wiretapping” to argue semantics to refute the claim. Not so much with “tapes” one can safely predict.

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  15. I’ve been watching B 52’s going touch and go’s all week and it gives you a

    I’m going to have to try and get some video this week

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  16. NoOneButTrump says:

    They’re trying to use the fact that Trump isn’t a lawyer to trap him. I sure hope McGahn is as smart as you suggest.

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  17. mauiis says:

    I don’t believe for a minute that Trump has been caught by surprise. Pretty sure he’s been in consult with knowledgeable, tough advisers plotting ‘mantraps’ for his would-be, political assassins.

    Also, the pic accompanying his tweet? Totally appropriate for the swamp and best of all, the provocation of mass triggering from Sea to Shining Sea. (Would be kind of cool if he picks Sarah Palin for his next VP. Can you imagine the tweets…Trump and Palin, locked and loaded in full camo? Hell, it’d make a great campaign poster.)

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    • CharterOakie says:

      Love it. I’m convinced that SarahAmerica is nowhere near finished with public service.
      “With a servant’s heart.”

      Just a matter of time and appropriate circumstances.

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  18. Walt614 says:

    Comey’s whole scenario was supposed to play out like All The President’s Men, while POTUS was re-enacting The Godfather.
    PERFECT
    …And the pompous self satisfied Comey get’s played like a Chump

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  19. eagle1965 says:

    How was Comey going to take President Trump down? Still don’t understand how the “coup d’etat” was supposed to happen?

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    • recoverydotgod says:

      If you had no oversight, how many options would you have for “coup d’etat”. The corruption is in the lack of oversight.

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    • Eaglemom says:

      The were going to charge Flynn with something this summer and then also charge the President with obstruction into an investigation. The Comey dinner was a set up. They needed President Trump to ask something about Flynn investigation. That would be the obstruction. Comey was probably taping dinner conversation.

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  20. Brant says:

    Tapes tapes?!?! He’s lying. He’s lying. Does he think they still use cassette tapes, 8 track tapes, or reel to reel tapes? Oh sorry, this was supposed to be a comment at Huff Po /s. 🙂

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    • cozettea says:

      Just a thought based on the Wikileaks Vault 7 revelations combined with information from the Times article about dinner at the WH. We now know that our TVs capture both audio and visual of everything in the room even if there TV appears to be off. Everything from every TV is captured and is stored and can be retrieved. Interestingly, the Time article which just came out talked about Trump making a big deal out of the giant 60 inch big screen TV he’d had installed in the WH dining room. The same room where he and Comey had had their famous dinner. Everything was captured. There is audio and visual. And Comey and the entire IC knows it.

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  21. andi lee says:

    Where was the DOJ (Sally Yates) or
    the FBI (James Comey) when John Podesta was being vetted?

    (Thanks, Chill! ⬅🐇)

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  22. jwingermany says:

    I love the idea that President Trump used “tapes” in his tweet. Everybody knows that he didn’t mean cassette tapes…of course, digital recording.

    Here at CTH we’re even using the term “tapes”. It really does put the “wire-tapped” tweet into perspective. Our President is a very clever man.

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  23. Troublemaker says:

    Pretty good summary of all the fake news on Trump Russia in past few weeks:

    What a breathless media got wrong about Trump, Comey and Russia this week
    http://circa.com/politics/accountability/stories-the-news-media-got-wrong-about-donald-trump-james-comey-and-russia

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  24. dustycowpoke says:

    Sundance bring us rays of sunshine. Popcorn anybody?

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Was reading back on Comey’s long time ties to Hillary and Clinton
      investigations. Comey inferred that Hillary was interfering with
      investigations tied to Bill back in 1996.

      This made a lightbulb go off.

      Who else do we know that started off investigating, even writing
      about all the malfeasance that was Hillary Clinton, and then went
      completely over to the other side? David Brock.

      The before and after profiles of Comey and Brock read like the
      same person. Investigate Hillary? Check. Find wrongdoing?
      Double check. And, then the polarity is reversed. Block
      bad press about Hillary? ( Brock) check. Create diversions,
      erect firewalls, torpedo investigations ? ( Comey) check.

      I’ll have to look up more on the exact time line for when
      Brock and Comey crossed over to the dark side, but I believe
      it was roughly at about the same time. What did Hillary do,
      threaten, bribe, blackmail them with?

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      • Bebop777 says:

        I wonder if Filegate had anything to do with that? Even though Bill and Hill were ultimately exonerated, they probably got plenty of dirt on some people anyway and used it for blackmailing—what else? I wonder what ever happened to their fall guy, Craig Livingstone?

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          I still think that Filegate was the reason that Obama made it into
          office, and it was a lucky fluke in timing. Don’t think that Obama
          was anything other then a “community organizer” at the time
          filegate happened, so Hillary didn’t have any dirt on him. Until later.

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        • Frank says:

          Your comment reminds me of a passage in Larry Nichol’s book, written toward the end of Bill Clinton’s second term, “The Genie Is Out Of The Bottle.” He observed that many Republican congressmen retired after the Clintons’ rifled the FBI files, and suggested that the ones that remained, many of whom are still there, were more likely to have sold out to the Clintons, and we may presume, the Dark Side.

          Nichols is one the more colorful survivors of the Clintons’ association, and forswore the Dark Side years ago.

          How you all eat popcorn I can’t figure. My jaw has been dropped open since beginning this post. Metaphorically, it is as if the clouds are parting, and the sun beginning to pop through. Thank you so much and may God preserve the republic and guard the Trump administration. I keep harkening back to the phrase, “trillions of dollars are at stake.”

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      • Kristin says:

        OMG. You might be onto something there. Maybe all those raw FBI files (file gate) have something on these two?

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    • Timmy-the-Ute says:

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    • buzzybee says:

      Starting my 3rd bag of popcorn tonight, Dusty. However, I must find SOME time to sleep. Following idea on another thread, I’ll just count felons jumping over fence into Mexico.

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      • CharterOakie says:

        Erm… how about making it a wall instead. The felons jump, splat themselves against Trump’s “REAL wall!” Then they slide down slowly, flattened, like in the old cartoons.

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  25. I was never good at chess. Apparently not even checkers. Bartender I need another round. Thanks fleborg for the translation.

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  26. jainphx says:

    We live in scary yet exciting times. The level of corruption in both Washington and the media is astounding! In all my more than 70 years, I’ve know there was corruption, but the level and amount now apparent makes even me appalled. You can bet your money that the 100 crooks with senator after there name are trying their level best to stop Trump by any means necessary, and yet maintain their cover of GOOD guy!

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  27. Ghostrider says:

    Additional Random thoughts on timeline:
    1. Trump fires Comey
    2. Media and Dems go ape-shit crazy
    3. Trump meets next day with Russian Amb.
    4. Andrea Mitchell goes bat-shit crazy
    5. Senate invites Comey to testify
    6. Trump tweets a MOAB
    7. Comey declines to testify
    8. Could it be that the Russians are the ones who have the tapes that will incriminate Comey, et al

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  28. roxiellTX says:

    A few days ago, didn’t John McPain gleefully say another shoe was going to drop?

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  29. Jim Peters says:

    It’s such a devastating tweet. Genius.

    Reason? It is deliberately ambiguous, with a very precise objective – to create doubt, fear and panic in Trump’s enemies.

    Read it again and consider Comey’s pov. Comey reads the tweet, the hairs stand up on the nape of his neck and he thinks ‘Does Trump mean the discussions we had at dinner at the WH? Or discussions I’ve had about Trump from my office? Or discussions I’ve had elsewhere? Or all of the above?’

    ‘What does Trump have on me?’

    Obama, Clinton, Rice, Rhodes etc all read it, too. They fear.

    As for Comey – like Rice, he panics, blinks and goes to his attorney – who advises him to avoid testifying under oath under all legal circumstances.

    Which suggests his guilt.

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  30. Kelly says:

    How long? How many weeks or days will it be before the floodgates open and we learn of the absolute corruption in the FBI and DOJ over the past thirty years or so? What is done in darkness is always brought to late. We may need to put on our floaties because the flood is going to breach the floodgates.

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  31. Marygrace Powers says:

    The Rundown: The story of James Comey, and how he’s been a Clinton puppet for decades. His story features MANY of the Establishment’s main players (Clinton, Podesta, Holder, Lynch, Obama) (self.The_Donald)

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I hate these people.

      Liked by 5 people

    • hillbilly4 says:

      Thanks for the article. Great work.
      It would be interesting to see a ‘OP Board’ of these folks/countries like what is seen in the tv shows ‘Person of Interest’ or ‘Black List’. Just sayin’.

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    • cozettea says:

      Reddit the Donald is my only other daily read. It is informative and hilarious. A great, rowdy, fiercely anti PC, loving community. The WH has confirmed they are daily lurkers. Even our President did a live time Ask Me Anything. It’s the best. Please encourage people to subscribe. Especially the young at heart. We represent Trumps big tent America. You’re welcome as long as you want to MAGA.

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    • LafnH2O says:

      The continuous immediacy of truth in relentless abundance by way of the internet spells inevitable dissolution of every illegitimate concentration of power.

      Stated differently…

      If ANYONE, and I repeat ANYONE, other than Donald J. TRUMP, had won the Presidency…
      www – anything about TRUTH…would have return the following search results… ERROR Non Sequitor. ERROR. Processing…. knock knock…. Who’s there?

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    • mcfyre2012 says:

      Good stuff, Marygrace. Well done.

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  32. sundance says:

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I really hate these people.

      Liked by 9 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      “…talking more and more…”

      Pffft.
      When did they ever stop?

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    • A2 says:

      That was apparent by comments made by Sen Warren in domestic and international press over the past few weeks. They thought they had it in the Comey bag. That was stimied by his firing. It will not end the chorus of hysteria that the Left wears as a badge of honour, but like the great penis panic of 1967, they may find their wankering is shrinking.

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    • Michael says:

      It’s consuming them.

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    • Michael says:

      You know, it’s a very odd thing the Democrats (and the GOP for that matter) are doing. They know they can’t actually impeach Trump because Trump has all the dirt on everyone. He literally could Tweet out incriminating evidence on just about everyone in DC. I’m certain 80% of Congress is guilty as sin of a slew of crimes. And they surely know Trump WOULD bring them down if they pushed him into a corner. So why? What’s their endgame here? They know they can’t succeed without also going down with the ship. I don’t get it.

      I’m trying desperately to understand the motivation and the goals of this thing but I just can’t wrap my head around it.

      Sundance, could you write an article on what the goals are here? Like, why are they pushing for impeachment with the knowledge that it would end in Trump dumping the goods on E V E R Y O N E in the process? It doesn’t make sense.

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      • Happy go lucky says:

        Because they don’t see what you see, they are blinded by their own arrogance, and why shouldn’t they be? They’ve always gotten away with it until now.

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      • joninmd22 says:

        First off, as Sundance has mentioned, there are trillions of dollars at stake.

        Members of congress need access to this money to redeem bribes. Do you think the flawed F35 will still be under development or too big to fail banks would still be in business now if not for “donations” to Political Action Committees?

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        • Michael says:

          Mutually assured destruction doesn’t fix that problem, either. The smart move is to wait out Trump’s 8 years and hope for a – in their view – better successor.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            At the rate Trump is moving, the world will be realigned in 8 years. The speed of his change is too great. It’s not him, of course. It’s the natural tendency of the world to fall back into its natural path. Trump just knows which wrenches to pull out of the machinery being jimmied by his enemies. Stopping him soon is a priority.

            And what is startling is that Trump’s enemies KNEW this when the plot began, years ago, to stop a Trump presidency. It has only accelerated as the election approached, where they had to get serious, come up with a workable plot (MUH RUSSIA), and engage all of Obama’s players (Rice, Yates, Comey, etc.) to provide things needed to stop Trump.

            I believe the “impeachment” stuff is pre-positioning for fake evidence to meet up with it later. I still think they have a variety of false evidence options that are waiting in the wings. AND they can also go to violent methods, and simply use the “impeachment” stuff to psychologically justify it to the public. It’s like starting a bar-fight to make a shooting seem like manslaughter instead of premeditated.

            These commies and their globalist organ-monkeys are dangerous. I’m starting to think this will get ugly. They have sacrificed numerous political careers trying to take out Trump. They’ve killed a lot of cops to keep power in DC. I think they have a long way to go before they start worrying about costs.

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          • joninmd22 says:

            That’s true. But now we must enter the psychology of the left and understand that they’re convinced that violent revolution is justified and they’re morally and intellectually superior in their minds. They cannot back down on any single issue as that means their entire worldview falls apart.

            All the BS that they’re pulling is because they want a Ragnorak. The leaders are just another manifestation of the need for conflict to replay Russia in 1917. It’s no different than the Kim regime in Noerth Korea. Give in to them or they’ll burn the country to the ground.

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      • Niagara Frontier says:

        “They know they can’t succeed without also going down with the ship. I don’t get it.”

        The Democrats, the GOPe and their accomplices have arrived to the point where saving their own hides is more important than saving our republic.

        Patriots these people are not.

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        • Michael says:

          That’s just it, though. There is no way to try to impeach Trump without themselves also going down. It’s a lose-lose for them.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Niagara Frontier says:

            I think many of them still might be willing to take that chance. PDJT’s enemies in Congress get a great sense of comfort by the media’s fealty, and believe it will help them weather any storm. They are mistaken.

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          • A.D. Everard says:

            A lot of these people live in bubbles. I think they truly believe the masses are with them, all they have to do is look at the news, right? So they believe bringing down the President will not only save them but make them look like heroes. That the people would protect them. And then they can get back to controlling where society goes.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        The first rule of murderers and thieves is that there are no rules or honor among murderers and thieves….each one works with the other, are close and cover for each other, until such time as doing the other off (and this can be by turning coat and backstabbing to “the authorities”) benefits them — either by saving their skin or by profit or both.

        Some could go down with the ship, even all of them — but the game is played with the idea that each individual one is playing to have everyone else go down but not them. That is the gamble, and it is as much a factor as the power and money — the idea of being so “good” that one can tempt, cheat, and ultimately win over fate.
        They do it for the kicks as much as anything.

        That’s the motivation. Everybody’s waiting to see who could be the sacrificial goat, and maneuvering so it is not them…leaving them free to keep playing with some of the associates/competition done away with.

        You can’t judge the motivations or actions of these people in the same light that you do ordinary people who have been conditioned to play by a set of rules.

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      • Rick says:

        Michael, you are thinking like a normal, Patriotic American. Sure, it doesn’t make sense to any of us, but their goals are clear. You’re right to see the conflict. Most of them are totally corrupt. There are 438 House Members, 100 Senators (most exclusive club in the World) 9 Supreme Court Justices, and a many thousand’s of other corruptible’s in D.C. (Lobbyists, lawyers, media hacks, political groupies etc..) They’re everywhere, but D.C. is the central nervous system of the entire scheming Global cabal.

        Power, wealth, status, influence, security etc. are very important things to have in such a scary world. Perhaps all above are not corrupted, but I would bet most are to some degree. There is dirt on everyone. PDJT is an outsider that is not invited to the party. They must destroy this man and the election of Nov. ’16. Just like the SJW’s are removing symbols, flags, and statues of our country’s past. Nothing offends these power brokers more than PDJT. Their goal is to erase Trump and continue on. That’s why they come up with all these crazy catchphrases. Onward & Upward, Stronger together, I’m with Her…Make America Great Again doesn’t fit.

        Their goal is for their own self preservation. Most of the D.C. corrupt are flawed individuals with broken moral compasses that probably were very troubled kids growing up. They were easy targets to bribe and extort because their main priority is always about increasing their own self-centered importance. They’re not stupid. It’s what’s good for them, for us, not so much. That’s why they exempt themselves from laws that they make us abide by. (O-care, no prosecution with no intent, insider trading info to amass wealth, etc.)

        Common sense Americans could sit for hours and highlight the fixes that are necessary to make our Country better and could enact changes in quick manner. These fools amass committee on top of committee and display public hearings and never come up with anything. Look at their work schedules. It’s a piece of cake. Nothing but Social hours and bullshit sessions. Free everything. Unlimited expenses. What a life…

        The Goal is for a very few in number to keep their power and what they have. Its just that simple. For the masses, who gives a shit! To each his own in their book. Ha. LOL!
        Until Donald John Trump came along. It will get a lot worse before it ever gets better….if it ever does. At least, the common man and woman has a fighting chance once again. That hasn’t been the case since the expansion of the Western Frontier.

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    • vanroth50 says:

      McCabe himself stated under oath that the “investigation” is on-going, there has never been any interference or pressure from the WH and no request was ever made for additional resources. Yet these low-lives keep talking about “obstruction of justice”. You cannot fix stupid. Its an attempted coup d’etat, that’s what it is.

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  33. jwingermany says:

    Hmmm…I wonder if Comey was lured to speak at this event by White Hats in the FBI LA?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-comey-los-angeles-20170509-story.html

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Without even looking at the link, this makes sense. Like everything else Obama did to divide people, dividing the FBI was something that should have happened. However, it would likely be hidden by Comey, if he was dirty, which now seems certain.

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  34. jwingermany says:

    That moment when Spicer refused to comment about the “tapes” tweet…all the media can do is speculate. Let it stew in their minds until the time is right…that their goose is cooked.

    I get this warm fuzzy *tingle up my leg :D* feeling that we all are witnessing the triggering of a complex multi-faceted sting operation. The first domino tipped…

    The Tweet Heard Round The World!

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  35. Kyrissaean says:

    it’s funny that democrat party/mccain pretends illegals can’t interfere in elections. when you look back 1990s, you can say after prop187 destroyed, mexico send enough illegals to manipulate consensus. harry reid becomes sell out, some public unions seiu/aclu are bribed to dumb down youths from critical thinking such as unbalance trade offs.

    how is it called democracy to see politicians like harris exempt themselves from all negatives when they invite non-citizens to cross the border to vote for her in exchange for huge perks at existing citizen’s expense? bribe public union one sided=300k san jose police?

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  36. zephyrbreeze says:

    Ta-da.

    Liked by 11 people

    • zephyrbreeze says:

      ADDENDUM: For anyone who is legitimately skeptical that Comey kept such tremendously valuable files in his office, consider this April, 2017, article claiming that Comey kept the 9/11 Meese Commission Records in his office and out of the FBI’s Central Records System.

      http://www.floridabulldog.org/2017/04/fbi-boss-comey-and-inexplicable-delays-in-case-of-highest-national-importance/

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      • Rejuvenated says:

        I bet he did keep particularly sensitive hard copy files in his office- I had a supervisor who did that because “they could be ‘discovered’ by people who don’t need to know if we kept them in the regular system…”
        They were never converted to digital format and kept under lock and key. Heck, I was told I couldn’t even see the documents for which I was supposed to be handling the FOIA on which was ludicrous… (they did a Glomar response- neither confirm nor deny…)

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    • nimrodman says:

      Sorry, I still don’t see a “ta-da”.

      I see a guy named Jerome Corsi tweeting that “Sessions now has all COMEY files”.

      Someone replied asking “are you sure? or are you speculating?”
      And Corsi didn’t answer.

      I’ve yet to see a published news account that “Sessions now has all COMEY files”

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      • nimrodman says:

        Ok, I did some more searching and came up with this, although it doesn’t say Sessions is in possession of Comey files, it implies that FBI is in possession:

        https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/1856593

        This dovetails very neatly with the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing yesterday when Senator Kamala Harris anxiously inquired of interim FBI Director Andrew McCabe whether Comey’s files and devices had been secured:

        SEN. HARRIS: WHEN COMEY WAS FIRED, HE WAS IN CALIFORNIA, SO WHO WAS IN CHARGE OF SECURING HIS FILES AND DEVICES?

        MCCABE: THAT IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY.

        SEN. HARRIS: ARE YOU CONFIDENT THAT HIS FILES AND DEVICES HAVE BEEN SECURED IN A WAY THAT WE CAN MAINTAIN THE INTEGRITY OF WHATEVER INFORMATION OR EVIDENCE HE HAS IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTIGATION?

        MCCABE: YES, MA’AM, I AM.

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  37. Aqua says:

    There is so much in this article, and the comment thread. I “took a little glacé” at 4:30 am, and here it is, almost 6 am, after I made it through the whole thing.

    The level of corruption is vastly deeper than I could have ever imagined. I keep praying for more white hats to come forward, but how would we know they are white hats and not a trap? Somehow, our President knows, and thank The Lord, because He most certainly knows.

    Thank you all for the links, the explanations and background on Comey’s history with the Clintons. And to the one at Reddit who put that chain of links with brilliantly useful captions together.

    I have to share this. Our President needs our support more than ever.

    For now, all I can say is God Bless America. And keep our President safe.

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  38. jeans2nd says:

    Tapes…tapes…tapes…
    Methinks our POTUS may be smarter than the average donkey.
    Our POTUS is no Richard Nixon. And this ain’t Watergate, kids. So sorry…

    Megan Kelly, Fox News, had a reporter on her show who had been sent a tape of a conversation the reporter had with Donald Trump some 20 years ago. The reporter’s own tape of the conversation had been lost many years prior. Yet, here was a copy of that tape, source unknown.

    There was a tape that surfaced from Mar a Lago, of Corey Lewandowski NOT manhandling some wannabe red-headed reporter chick who claimed Corey Lewandowski “threw her to the ground.” Corey Lewandowski was exonerated by the Florida DA due to that and other “tapes.”

    We Like Ike
    “In the recording released Friday, Eisenhower met with then-Sen. Walter George, D-Georgia, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, to discuss congressional efforts to curb his treaty-making powers with a cumbersome constitutional amendment, the Post reported.”

    “The conversation about Eisenhower was recorded on Jan. 7, 1955, evidently without George’s knowledge.”
    http://edition.cnn.com/US/9703/15/eisenhower.tapes/

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    • Michael says:

      I didn’t even think of that. Wow.

      Trump leaking the John Miller tape was a warning letting everyone know that he records all of his conversations? But for what purpose?

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      • Phil aka Felipe says:

        Think of how many politicians, both Democrat and Republican, have been through his office over the decades with their hands out for donations.

        You think he might have some ‘tapes’ of their interesting discussions?

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Yes, the John Miller tape. Thank you, had forgotten the name.
        For what purpose? More than one, methinks.

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  39. JimWVa says:

    Sundance: Reading your timeline in the “another MOAB” post, what role does the statement by Obama to President-elect Trump at their first Oval Office meeting regarding the employment of Lt. Gen. Flynn play in the events of January 24 to January 27? This “fact” was leaked in the past few weeks, as I recall.

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  40. Bob Thoms says:

    If Pres Trump has tapes, why not let Coney go ahead with lying then destroy his credibility with the truth?

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    • joninmd22 says:

      Comey could still testify against others.

      Leverage, Grasshopper, Leverage.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Interesting possibility that Trump is giving people the chance to let their crimes slide off into the dustbin of history so he can just fix the country. I think he would rather not have to rebuild America on a pile of shameful conspiratorial Democrat political corpses.

      If this is a full conspiracy, then this part here around Yates and the FBI will link up seamlessly to the Obama EO on DOJ succession that would have left Sally Yates in charge of DOJ. That brings Obama into the plot fully. He is already half-way in, thanks to Susan Rice, but he would be brought in fully as an active conspirator if Yates goes under completely on this, which is looking increasingly likely now.

      I think Sundance has the key with this. Figure out what their ATTEMPTED timeline was, and then see how it fell apart.

      Comey! That RAT! Firing him is too good. He needs to be wearing orange with Hillary.

      Now we know why Hillary blew a fuse at the CIC forum. By that point, this conspiracy must have been fully planned and started. If it didn’t work, they were ALL indeed in a world of hurt.

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  41. Helz says:

    Let me introduce some more evidence for your timeline. I feel like this is where Comey started to panic because going to to the NYT to talk to the president is just not normal… yet… that’s exactly what Comey did on March 5th. Why would Comey ask the DOJ to reject Trump’s wiretapping claims via the NYT? Because Comey was involved in said wiretapping and wanted the world to think otherwise. He wanted his story out there first and forcefully. Again, this is anything but normal.

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  42. Publius2016 says:

    Where’s the Chief of Staff? With the MSM making up stories that fit their “Russia Hoax” the Press Secretary has a military commitment and the Chief of Staff disappears? The Gang of 8 was “out of the loop” according the former dir Comey? The President may be clearing the WH while he meets with the world in a week. So many new developments as we MAGA!

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  43. elleb77 says:

    How much does Pence know? What is/was his involvement? I don’t trust the guy.

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  44. wolfmoon1776 says:

    And to think I used to defend that b#stard Comey. Now, I want to see him in CHAINS.

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    • Rick says:

      Wolf…,

      “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time”. Abraham Lincoln

      These rat bastards in D.C. have been playing Patriotic Americans as fools their entire careers. I’m 62, and for the first time in my life I can honestly say the President is on the side of the people. He has them in a vice. So much opposition, never been like this before, to this degree, even for Nixon. Truly marvelous times.

      We have all been fooled over the years, but Justice will return and people will go to jail.
      That’s why the gnashing of teeth and the wails of despair are being narrated daily by the MSM.

      Have a great weekend.

      Get ready for more fun next week.

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  45. hillbilly4 says:

    This article, like so many Sundance has created in the past, elevates political analysis to a new level. We have not seen this quality of in depth analysis, with facts, in a long, long time. I nominate Sundance as the new ‘William Shakespeare’ of Journalism. Thank you Sundance.

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  46. BAMAFan says:

    This series of Sen. Grassley letters to Comey, and later Rosenstein, outline just how much dirt there is on now Acting FBI Director McCabe. Being interviewed today for the job? Ain’t a snowball’s chance in hell he will get it. Better grab some popcorn. 🍿🍿🍿

    https://www.grassley.senate.gov/sites/default/files/news/upload/2017-05-02%20CEG%20to%20DOJ%20%28McCabe%20Continuing%20Conflicts%29.pdf

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    • Michael says:

      I’ve become increasingly convinced that Grassley is a white hat and actively working with Trump.

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      • BAMAFan says:

        Grassley is a non-lawyer heading the Judiciary Committee in the Senate. As these letters attest, he has surrounded himself with some talented lawyers who know how to assemble a case against an adversary. Sessions and Rosenstein interviewing McCabe today for the director’s job is merely a diversion. I believe same with Cornyn. Trump with go with someone of impeccable character and managerial skills. The Bureau deserves nothing less after the Comey debacle.

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  47. vanroth50 says:

    It’s amusing to see the fake news media meltdown over Trump’s “threat” to Comey. Has it even occurred to these dimwits that Trump was slyly alluding to a surveillance network that Comey is most certainly aware of (and perhaps initiated) and which may very well have a record of conversations that might compromise Comey himself so he better watch out?!

    Apparently, Comey has now been told to keep quiet and stay low by his attorneys per Ed Klein who appeared on Fox & Friends.

    Sundance perspicaciously told us yesterday that Comey was going to lawyer up. Bingo!

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  48. AZmama says:

    My mom says because Trump is a Gemini, there are two sides to him. So, these people getting Trumped never know what is hitting them. She also said Gemini men are really tough and strong., I.e., John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and even Newt Gingrich (who took a beating running for President). Kind of funny, The Duke, The Outlaw, The Welfare Reformer, and The Don.

    Mom can be a hoot sometimes.

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  49. Bob Thoms says:

    Somehow Adm Mike Rogers figures bigley in the unraveling of the coup attempt; one of the white hat guys from start to finish……………

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