Asst. U.S. Attorney General Rosenstein Warns America About Media Sources: “Do Not Trust Anonymous Officals”…

I’ll keep pointing out the obvious.  Just like the previous battle in the intelligence community, there is a battle between Black Hats and White Hats within the U.S. Justice Department’s (FBI and DOJ) unelected career bureaucracy.

If you read the Washington Post report claiming President Trump was under investigation for Obstruction of Justice by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, you will immediately note the first paragraph was framed specifically around “Anonymous Officials“.  Again, tonight those same “anonymous officials” are mentioned in a Washington Post report claiming Jared Kushner is being investigated.

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There is a great deal of false and misleading MSM information; in addition to the layers upon layers of hand-wringing, speculation, and professional financially driven anxiety banter surrounding Special Counsel Mueller and his appointment by Rod Rosenstein.

All of the above said; and with a full appreciation for how the deep swamp creatures operate; and having watched the minutiae of how each element interacts with each additional element over multiple years; well, I just ain’t buying any of the popular talking points.

None of the chattering class punditry are taking a full accounting of the entire bigger picture within any of their arguments.   In short, they’re almost all getting it wrong, because: A.) their emphasis is on the wrong syllable; and, B.) they keep positioning the media narrative as accurate in part or in total.

The media lies in multiple ways.  Plausible deniability is a necessary ingredient in almost every media report. Those who operate within the DC deep state; those who scheme and benefit utilizing the manipulative outcomes of media, know exactly what to leak, when to leak, where to leak and who to leak, in order to present situations for their own interests.

Plausible Deniability.  EXAMPLE (notice the shift):

Now it becomes “May”?

The DC “Black Hats” are intensely skilled in the dark art of creating self-fulfilling prophecies.  Specifically because of this truism, almost all of the downstream reactions end up being pushed based on false assumptions.  It is challenging to inoculate yourself from the deceptions; but it is also necessary otherwise you are susceptible to their infection.

Former FBI Director James Comey (and his entire former team) is steeped in the dark arts of self-serving deception. It is a character trait necessary for life at the top of the food chain in the deep swamp.

As such, the fully developed Comey persona is necessarily devoid of any cognitive genetic composition which would frame compassion for anything, or anyone. Comey Inc. looks out for their own best interests. FIRST. FOREMOST. and ONLY.

As we previously discussed – The risk represented by Robert Mueller is not connected to or about anything surrounding the Russian Conspiracy Narrative; the legal risk is within ‘the leaking‘ of classified intelligence information to undermine the administration, the potentially illegal ‘unmasking‘.

If we avoid all the shiny things, ignore the shell game and reset our frame of reference to the only illegal activity currently known, the leaking; the main illegal activity visible is the illegal leaking of classified intelligence information.

Despite his earnest efforts, there is clear and mounting evidence that former FBI Director James Comey was the primary source of leaked information to the media. The latest Washington Post report is yet another example. The reporter for the Post article is one of a limited number (25) people whom James Comey follows on Twitter.

The risk to Comey Inc. from his media leaking continues to explain everything James Comey Inc. has recently done, said, advanced and CONTINUES TO ADVANCE.

If the evidence of James Comey being the source of multiple FBI leaks reaches the primary artery of investigative sunlight, who inside that investigative and prosecutorial decision making process becomes the risk? Answer that question and you discover the angle Comey is playing to cut off their ability to hold him accountable.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Asst AG Rod Rosenstein et al are the people Comey Inc. need to worry about, isolate and control.

It is not coincidental that Comey Inc. are setting up the future action of these participants to be politically motivated.

James Comey’s layer of innuendo against Jeff Sessions is an obvious strategy toward that end. If Comey can frame Sessions as retaliatory against him, he would position any legal action as retaliation.

Anyone who is buying into the story of James Comey leaking the memos to his friend, Daniel Richman, to get a special prosecutor appointed is falling for the shell game constructed entirely by James Comey. More than likely this is the explanation he has already given to Robert Mueller, hence his motive to state within his testimony.

It is important to remember that James Comey told congress he previously met with Robert Mueller to discuss his testimony prior to appearing before congress.

James Comey admitted to this specific “leaking”, because the justification to ‘get a special counsel appointed‘ is the explanatory storyline James Comey wants to present in public.

The alternate reason for leaking, the political motives, are much more damaging to him.

James Comey benefits two ways from his explanation. First, he justifies terrible behavior through a prism of his honor could find no other way (his status remains). Secondly, he sets up special counsel Mueller as fruit of a poisoned tree leading to voices calling for Mueller’s removal. Win/Win.

Comey Inc. also benefits from calls by Comey’s political opposition to eliminate Robert Mueller who is investigating the leaking.

Don’t fall for it.

James Comey is no longer in control of the investigative inputs or investigative outcomes.

Those whom Comey has injured, namely Attorney General Jeff Sessions and President Trump, are in positions where they can honestly and openly monitor the larger investigative inputs and follow the outcomes; they can also monitor the ongoing activity of Comey himself.

When someone of Comey’s inherent disposition is in a place like this, they initially seek to influence through direct contact (Comey talks to Mueller before testimony). However, when a professional distance is asserted, absent of an ability to engage in direct contact, the fall-back position for the manipulator is to influence the surrounding landscape (media an public opinion).

Never, ever, underestimate the severity or skill of a professional liar.

Never take anything Comey Inc. say at face value the way you would a disconnected observer.  Liars lie, it’s what they do.   Professional liars lie well, it’s what they’ve trained themselves to do.

If you accept the full hindsight of now identified FBI leaking, the greater likelihood is that Comey didn’t leak the memo to get Mueller appointed, he leaked the memo (May 16th) as an afterthought to cover for the leak mentioned by President Trump (May 12th), of a private conversation, that appeared in the New York Times on May 11th.

Remember, James Comey’s counter-intelligence investigation could have asked for a special counsel at any time. Asst. AG and Interim AG Sally Yates was part of that investigative leadership team. If Comey wanted a special counsel, Comey could have asked DOJ to appoint a special counsel any time he wanted.

He didn’t.

Comey didn’t request appointment of a special counsel because the special counsel would only prove there’s nothing there. However, fast forward to now and the real investigative risk is in being “a leaker”.

How quickly everyone forgets those admitted conversations by James Comey friend at Lawfare blog Benjamin Wittes:

“I did not know this particular fact, but it doesn’t surprise me at all. The principal source for the rest of this story is, well, me—specifically a long interview I gave to reporter Michael Schmidt on Friday about my conversations with FBI Director James Comey over the last few months, and particularly about one such conversation that took place on March 27 over lunch in Comey’s FBI office.” (link)

Benjamin Wittes admits that FBI Director James Comey specifically discussed with him the overall content of private communications with President Trump.

When you take the Wittes outline in conjuction with Comey’s admitted leaks to his other friend Daniel Richman, Comey is transparently in a position of being fingered as the source of multiple media leaks to NYT reporter Michael Schmidt.

That is the current risk for James Comey. The discovery that Comey was the leaker is the risk now represented by Robert Mueller and is inherent in Comey’s need to control the framework of his leaking activity.

James Comey was part of the political apparatus that constructed the “muh, vast Russian conspiracy” narrative and carefully nurtured it for over 8 months – even keeping congress in the dark on the entire matter. From James Comey perspective, the problem, the illegality, is now the leaking – NOT the original issue of the Russian election hacking narrative.

Remember, it was in FEBRUARY when the FBI (McCabe) went to President Trump’s Chief of Staff privately and told Reince Priebus there was no truth to media reports, based on FBI leaks, of FBI evidence showing Trump campaign officials involved with Russian officials regarding the 2016 election. It was all a complete nothingburger.

Details – On February 15th while discussing another issue FBI Assistant Director Andrew McCabe asked Reince for 5 minutes alone after the meeting. At the one-on-one meeting 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 and get the media off his back about a ridiculously false narrative. Asst. Director McCabe said he would check with his boss, FBI Director James Comey. Later, McCabe called back and said he couldn’t issue a statement about it.

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Reince Priebus was simply asking for the FBI to give truthful information about the false reports to the public. The White House was asking Comey to deliver transparency.

Quote from the FBI to Priebus: “We’d love to help, but we can’t get into the position of making statements on every story”…

In hindsight, from current appearances, those February leaks (mentioned above) that drove the New York Times February report were actually leaks coming from James Comey.

Stop and think about it. McCabe was telling chief-of-staff Reince Priebus not to worry about a NYT report based on leaks coming (first, second or third-hand) from James Comey himself. Priebus asks McCabe for help, James Comey then tells McCabe the FBI cannot publicly refute the story which is based on Comey’s leaking.

If everyone associated with this line of inquiry can stop themselves from following the shell game constructed by Comey, and avoid the distractions he is laying down (Lynch), they’ll eventually find a way to point this out.

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1,185 Responses to Asst. U.S. Attorney General Rosenstein Warns America About Media Sources: “Do Not Trust Anonymous Officals”…

  1. sundance says:

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    • Martin says:

      Good. Send them all back.

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      • Gil says:

        This takes away the safety net. They will leave on their own. Watch at Christmas. They go on extended vacay back to mexico then. The ones that go this year, wont come back.

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        • Ron says:

          That was one of the verrrrrrry few things I disagreed with candidate Trump on, he ridiculed Mitt for saying they would self-deport… and I know why he was saying it, I know why he was doing it… but Mitt was right about that, they WILL self-deport when you change the environment.

          President Trump knows that, he was just using it as a talking point.

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      • nimrodman says:

        If the Admin sticks to their guns, that’s the break of the anchor baby incentive. Fine, anchor babies might be considered “citizens” by birth but that doesn’t mean the rest of their family gets to stay. If “family unification” is the overriding concern, let them unify in Mexico. The young “citizen” may return to the US when of legal age.

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        • Wend says:

          There’s another mechanism called Cancellation of Removal by which the illegal parent(s) can stay if they have a US citizen kid. However it requires a much more extensive showing than DAPA did and the amount of grants is limited.

          More work for my immigration lawyer girlfriend!

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          • Mashall says:

            “More work for my immigration lawyer girlfriend!”

            Why is that?

            Does she defend Illegal aliens from deportation?

            Assist them in claiming/obtaining asylum based on their statements alone?

            Tell us.

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        • NJF says:

          Bingo!

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    • CiscoKid says:

      Before the crocodile tears start, it’s quite simple.
      Get in line and come back legally.

      Liked by 9 people

    • M33 says:

      HO!!
      That is HUUUUUGE!

      Liked by 4 people

    • sassymemphisbelle says:

      Promise made, another promise kept. ❤️

      I am resolved to keep reminding the lunatic left that Donald J. Trump is President of the United States for the next 8 years and they best get used to it. My car window stickers are staying put snowflakes, like it or lump it because frankly I dont give a damn either way.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Our President is also dismantling MS-13 throughout NYC and Long Island. Look what has occurred over the past month alone.

      http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/NY-45-Gang-Me

      From the article linked above:

      45 Gang Members, Including Some Linked to MS-13, Arrested in Long Island Sweep: Authorities

      Those arrested, all of them male, include nationals from El Salvador (27); Honduras (11); Mexico (5); and Guatemala (2).

      Authorities say 12 of the MS-13 members crossed the border as unaccompanied minors.

      That last sentence tells you the difference between the previous administration and this one!

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      • bigsy says:

        Let’s say there are major revelations and arrests coming for well known politicians, along with a crackdown on illegals.

        When that occurs could we expect civil unrest incited by the affected parties?

        I think yes and that the first job is to remove the main riot participants from the picture before the hammer drops.

        Maybe there’s just a lot of preparatory work to be done before hand, even though that’s frustrating for those who want to see action right away.

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    • floridawoman4trump says:

      Great news!

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    • Nigella says:

      Libs heads are gonna explode! I love it!

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    • Gil says:

      I am going to say it loud and proud for every Treeper in California (includin Ad rem)… AMERICA FIRST! Suck it reconquista California democrats!

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      If the parents are illegal, then so are the children, unless they have come themselves legally as adults.

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      • bigsy says:

        Yes, that and if the DACA guidelines are strictly adhered to, not too many will pass muster.

        From a public perception POV, I think most people would agree parents came illegally, so no problem with sending them back.

        The kids, OTOH, are regarded by many as victims of their parents’ actions. If the kids can be shown to have benefited from services they weren’t qualified for, say welfare abuse, however, that sympathy factor falls dramatically.

        They difference between rounding them all up and deporting them all or granting amnesty only to those who have adhered to ALL the DACA guidelines probably isn’t that much numbers wise, but it is big from a public perception POV.

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        • AmericaFirst says:

          bigsy, from what I read, many feel as you do. The tipping point however may have already been reached in this country, as far as people who are here who do not understand the reasons for our system of government or have no loyalty to the nation. As far as I am concerned, the DACAs are young people, probably likely to be reproducing at a rapid rate, for however long they are here. I am not as sanguine as you are regarding the numbers.

          Additionally, children whose parents were bank robbers may have benefited from a more affluent lifestyle as a result of their parents’ lawbreaking; when the lawbreakers are caught, do the children get to keep the money? Aren’t those children “victims of their parents’ actions” when the parents are jailed? Why should people be rewarded – merely because of their relationship with lawbreakers? In a way, I view this as indirectly rewarding the lawbreakers themselves. There is something backward about this, from a “law of natural consequences” view.

          Anchor babies, citizenship thieves, whatever you want to call them, are going to be the financial, political, and numerically divisive weight which rives the country irreversibly. They have said it; they intend it. One is one too many.

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          • bigsy says:

            Anchor babies are citizens. That has to be dealt with differently than dreamers.

            Deporting parents of anchor is one method to control the incidence of anchor babies until the law is changed.

            Dreamers could be dealt with via deportation, as harsh as that may be to some. The more subtle solution is apply the rules of DACA strictly and deport violators.

            Of those dreamers who did follow all guidelines there is a good chance they may be productive people.

            Trump didn’t make the law, so he has to work the best he can with the hand he’s been dealt.

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      • Wend says:

        That’s hopefully on the list-getting back to the original meaning of “birthright citizenship”.

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    • Getting us out of the bogus Paris agreement and now this! I couldn’t be more proud of our President Trump.

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    • boutis says:

      All of the bizarre “special” classifications made up out of thin air are being eliminated. One by one they are being X’ed out. The entire point of having an anchor baby is to be able to get freebies and a way to stay in the US. If a US born child gives no special advantage or “rights” to a parent there is little advantage to doing it. Even now adult anchor babies admit that their custodial parent didn’t do it for their (as a child) advantage but for their own.

      Piece by piece the open border ruse is being dismantled. Congress can’t be trusted to do it properly with gangs of eight run by globalists lobbyists writing their legislation, the courts running circles attempting to justify “regulations” rather than statutes with globalist lawfare groups clogging up the legal system, and the professional government permanent bureaucracy (social workers to bi-lingual teachers to state and local cost shifting budgeteers who collect tax dollars to expand their turf) who operate on the money extorted from taxpayers to fund the whole mess is in jeopardy. Cut. Off. The. Money.

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  2. sundance says:

    This is Rosenstein’s subtle (like a brick through a window) way of saying all the Washington Post reporting on “anonymous officials” is horse-pucky.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Nothing strange about it!

      I love it! Comey has lost control of the entire narrative. Rod Rosenstein drop the hammer on Comey and the MSM with that statement. Any normal person will read between the lines and realize the WAPO story last night was Fake News!

      I can’t wait till they catch that slim ball from Columbia. That POS will sing within minutes. The NY FBI are white hats. They will make sure they get the information to have Comey arrested for all leaks he has made. That is when the house of cards for Barry and his minions will fall!

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      • Radiopatriot says:

        Why did Rosenstein appoint Mueller?

        Because he was told to. They have dirt on him like most of the people in the Beltway. They do what they’re told, or their secrets become public.

        – Thomas Paine at Twitter

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        • Deb says:

          That is exactly how the USSR and especially the KGB and the Stasi operated. Spy on everyone, got enough dirt to control anyone who tries to fight back. The domestic spying in this country was always about control, not safety.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Dixie says:

          You just answered the only question I had left after reading Sundance’s explanation. Even though I’ve read most of it before, that question never occurred to me until tonight while reading it again.

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        • boutis says:

          I am hoping that Muellar is NOT enjoying being painted as Comey’s stooge. The same for Rosenstein. The more the leaks come out, both past and present, the worse Muellar looks which seems to be Comey’s game. Who hasn’t Comey smeared both directly and indirectly? It has all turned into a farce. I find myself laughing at the high and mighty and so very, very upright Mueller and Rosenstein being jerked around like tween girls by Comey the Nut Job and his mean girls in the media.

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          • I wonder if Meuller realizes that not only is he being painted as Comey’s stooge, but also that Comey most likely has been lying through his teeth to protect himself. I am under the impression that any deals made between someone under investigation and the prosecutor involved are void if the perp is found to have been lying.

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      • dutzie60 says:

        flepore, I have to ask who this is. Sorry I don’t know. …… “catch that slim ball from Columbia. That POS will sing within minutes.”

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      • snarkybeach says:

        I read somewhere that the WaPo story was originally scheduled for the weekend but had to be moved up to take the Bernie Bro killer story off the front page.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Team Leaker is now on notice and the media knows it, as well, and is trying to donwplay it.

      Mamet Principle.

      Liked by 10 people

    • rf121 says:

      I suppose another angle to this is Rosenstein. Black hat, white hat? Why did he pick Mueller and what verbal instructions he provided him regarding the investigation. This is still going to make a really good movie.

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      • sundance says:

        Rosenstein = Admiral Mike Rogers. Same/Same

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        • seekingthetruth2 says:

          This…was my take from the get also…so happy to read YOU think that also…winning/MAGA

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        • 4sure says:

          why do you have so much confidence in Rosy being a wh. Did you ever think comey was a wh or did you always think he was a bh. When comey held his press conf. re. hillary invest., didn’t you think he could be a wh?

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          • Deb says:

            I always though Comey was what I called a gray hat. That is, he would work for whatever cause he thought was in his own best interest. Comey is in it for Comey. He thought the Uniparty were the safe team to play on, then PDJT not only won, but humiliated him. Now it’s about pay back.

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            • Mary says:

              He’s vindictive

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              • boutis says:

                I went back and read some of his testimony over the years. It has stayed the same. He is the reluctant hero, struggling with his conscience, floral language, etc. He is nuts. Personality disordered, above average intelligence, and Trump scares the everyloving’ **** out of him because Trump saw straight through him early on. Comey wanted to HIDE from Trump but still manipulate him and everyone around Trump.

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        • kittytrump84 says:

          Actually, that got it thru my thick skull. Thanks Sundance

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        • Fe says:

          😀 Thanks Sundance, good to know.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          There’s one more reason to believe that Rosenstein is a good guy.

          Trump controlled the chain of events that led to him and Mueller. If things really are what the fake news is saying, it would mean Trump made a huge blunder in grandmaster play.

          Trump doesn’t make huge blunders. Especially in a championship against Cankles and Soros.

          And the alternative to that doubtful scenario – for which we also need to assume the MSM is telling the truth – is that Cankles is desperate – in which case we need to assume that the MSM is lying as usual.

          So…

          Trump is losing and the media is telling the truth….

          OR…

          Trump is winning and the media is lying.

          I feel like slapping myself for even THINKING the first was possible.

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            wolfmoon, thank you for laying it out. This makes sense to me. Bless you for that.

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          • Trump is a professional litigant…he has likely enough legal exposure he could get a law degree and be one hell of a prosecutor…because he has had his fair share of being pushed back on his heels.

            I hope (look I said hope, so take it as a direct order) Mueller looks into Seth Rich’s possible interference with the election and possible DNC document disclosures.

            I hope that Mueller has NOT given Comey immunity…and I pray that it was Murller who told Comey…”we have plenty of dirt on you after we raided your office after your firing”…”we have evidence of your leaking”…”regardless Jim, this is your mess, you will testify, you will face the music”…”Jim you will admit to the crime of leaking, you will open the door to your colluding with Lynch”.

            I think the mentor Mueller, is mentoring Jim.

            I think McCabe needs to go, he’s the weak link to Comey and offers no fresh air to the investigation…only a lingering miasma of swamp gas.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          We have most of the puzzle pieces. From Sessions, Divining Rod, Mueller…with all Of the Prez’s breadcrumb Tweets.

          I don’t see the FBI in this loop.

          Al the other stuff is white noise.

          Comey? I can see him going to jail.

          Then there’s the unmasking issue…

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            MaineCoon, have you settled it in your mind that Mueller is a White Hat? I am leaning in that direction with absolutely nothing substantive to hang that theory on other than White Hat Sessions hired White Hat Rosenstein (and after him putting out that truly startling release about anonymous sources he really must be a WH) who in turn hired Mueller.

            And just before Rosenstein hired Mueller, he was interviewed for FBI Director. Hmm….. Yeah, don’t think so. It had to be so PDJT could give him the once over to see if he was trustworthy.

            What makes it hard is Newt, Hannity, and Lou are loudly outraged in all media about Mueller and the conflict of interest and Mueller hiring a bunch of Dem hacks. And yes, I read Sundance’s Opening Post about a million times so I get his point about the pundits, but PDJT knows these people and is in touch with them. And then KellyAnne tweeted about the FEC filings of Mueller’s staff questioning why he was hiring Dem party hacks.

            But as I said at the beginning I am leaning towards Mueller being a White Hat basically on faith. I dunno. Keeps me awake at night.

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            • graciegram says:

              Me too Sylvia. I worry and stress about the brutal treatment of our president and the stress it may cause him. Then I come here and find comfort from Sundance and all the Treepers.

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            • boutis says:

              Grey hat is Muellar. He will flow as power shifts. He is an apparatchik and flunky. He reminds me of Colin Powell. All reputation, carefully tended, and nothing to back it up.

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            • Hannity is a dolt, just regurgitates sound bites, is not a critical thinker…anyhow…as for the “democrat hacks”…working for Mueller…

              Who better to serve up the indictment on “other democrats” who sold out national security, engaged pay to okay, blackmailed people, hired a “hit(s)”…

              We all talk about the FBI desperation to save face

              The bloodied and dying democrats do TOO!

              I’m sure there are democrats who know their party is on its deathbed due to a number of events…even the disasterous democrat on democrat war that colluded with the democrat controlled media.

              You are seeing a fight for survival by patriotic agents of federal law who suffered abuse at the hands of Obama and his clowns who derided all levels of the police and laws for 8 years, and democrats who knew damn well about the Clinton crimes were real and deserved to have had her ass in court…..and YES there are many old school democrats who are patriotic and law abiding! Explains why joe Lieberman was considered…

              You know Joe Lieberman would try his best to get America back on track and tamp Finn the violence of the radical left…who in turn has hijavked the democrat party.

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            • Perhaps this is all part of the disinformation campaign that Trump is running to keep everyone off guard to give the white hats time to do their due diligence without anyone being the wiser.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Mmm….I have a nickname for AG Rod Rosenstein….”Divining Rod”.

      He’s fine tuning our search for truth.

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    • Wend says:

      Huh-MSNBC producer has a nerve calling anyone else “strange”.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The point about “country” first is very interesting. The fakey-fake “leaks” are not even saying what COUNTRY. That just adds a whole nuther dimension to this. Globalist scumbuckets taking a hand-off from Creep State? Vlad’s boys, just trying to stir the pot? (It’s not like we’ve been nice, lately, right?) Fake sources handing out fake news?

      Rosenstein IS a massive threat to the Comey-Cankles axis. Mueller, too. So I can totally see this. We should expect Cankles to ratchet up the countermeasures, now that we’re moving in on her. So yeah – I’m buying this Sundance theory big-time. And it matches other “recent events” that show us Cankles and Soros are cornered, and starting to spit venom.

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      • nimrodman says:

        About “country”:

        There’ve been a couple articles recently in the Russian press, also quoting anonymous sources.
        Rosenstein may be cautioning about that.

        Or he may be cautioning in a backhanded way:
        “Don’t believe it even if it’s the US press. Perhaps ESPECIALLY if it’s the US press”

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      • Mary says:

        Wolfmoon1776 do you think they’ll direct their thugs to start rioting when arrest are being made?

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          It’s almost too speculative at this point. I think that depending upon the crimes, the evidence, the possibility of skipping the country, and all other things, what actually happens is impossible for us to predict right now.

          However, I will say this. We are dealing with socialists/communists who were positioned over decades by two foreign superpowers, with continued allegiance to globalism before country. I believe that Hillary is capable of almost anything Lenin was capable of, and maybe even what Stalin or Mao was capable of. But what she WILL do depends on whether it is advantageous for her or not, AT THAT TIME.

          Based on the history of the Clintons and their allies, I think we will see stuff. Lots of stuff. I believe that preparation for what were at one time unlikely scenarios is prudent. Mental preparation is most important. After that, skill preparation. After that, material preparation.

          No need to panic. Preparation gives confidence, and always comes in handy for other stuff, if not needed for what you thought it would be useful for.

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          • Mary says:

            I was thing about bringing in 750 gallons of fuel (Car and back up power source) and making sure i’m stocked up with non perishable’s, water and I always have plenty of firepower. Getting ready to hunker down. For some reason I have JULY on my brain.

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            • Mary says:

              Thinking

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Always a good idea to have a minimum of several weeks of supplies, even if one is just an urban apartment dweller. For most of us who suffer occasional disasters, having serveral months is better. And it really should be a year, but – I could stand to lose SOME weight, honestly. 😉

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Then there was that little country across the pond whose spook agency spied on Candidate Trump as the basis of one of the scandals.

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  3. Joe S says:

    Damn, I was going to go to bed, and now I have to read this!

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  4. And there is this:

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  5. Ghostrider says:

    Excellent post! Keep the faith and always believe in and trust Trump!

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Yes, and I’m also going to trust Sundance on this one and stop listening to/adding to the negative chatter on the Special Counsel situation. This is the second or third time Sundance has made this point, so it must be important. Time to sit back and watch the play.

      Thanks, Sundance.

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  6. The tables must soon be turned on ALL these traitors, from deep state scum pretending to work for Americans, to media scum simply pretending to be journalists and not deep scum/psycho-political mouthpieces spewing CFR propaganda to the uniparty psycho-political puppets pretending to “represent” we the people, and most of all to the soros/rockefeller crowd funding and handling all the aforementioned.

    The script must be flipped and I cannot wait to see the meltdowns, tantrums and what has got to be incarcerations. Can’t. Wait. Till the time is juuuuuust right.

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    • Fe says:

      I know! The suspense is killing me waiting for the hammer to start falling, and the tables flipped over. My hope is to see the two biggest treasonous snakes caught in the snare unable to escape and on their way to prison … Barry from Hawaii, and Crooked Hillary.

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    • yucki says:

      Don’t think they’ll go down easy. They’ll fight tooth and nail, try for a Samson on us.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        Barry & Billary — Confiscation of ALL ASSETS of both…Electronic Ankle Bracelets, COMPLETE MEDICAL PROFILE ACCOMPLISHED, booked into Federal system then whisked away to a SAFE HOUSE FOR INTENSE INTERROGATION…She ONLY gets meds that keep her cognizant and healthy FOR TRIAL!!!

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  7. Running Fast says:

    Been a lot of hand wringing on CTH recently… this memo, the update on illegals, and the fact that Trump finally has a cabinet means it is time for some Offense… or as the President said “let’s play ball”!

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    • QuestGirl says:

      The thinking man’s game!!!

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    • freddy says:

      My only worry is where the heck is Sessions…I know he’s working undercover but come on. Lots of domestic terror going on with leaks and media lies and folks carrying heads and assassination plays. This stuff is highly illegal I’m sure of it….So come out Session and jump in the water is fine…….Oh it was 113 at my house today and gonna be 117 tomorrow…Is that global warming………

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    • Minnie says:

      Running Fast: YES!

      Let’s play ball 🙂

      Heard Mr. President with my own ears, the man is pure genius!!!

      In OUR President’s world, timing is everything 🙂

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    • bertdilbert says:

      “Been a lot of hand wringing on CTH recently”

      Anytime in the past when there has been a lot of hand wringing, it is followed shortly by a huge win and everyone forgets about the hand wringing moments.

      I sense another big win is right around the corner.

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    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      NOW, TRUMP needs Honest Judges that will uphold the Constitution and NOT interpret the Laws to their Political views …….

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        The HONEST FEDERAL JUDGES WILL be brought in…Make no mistake about that…think of Elliot Ness and the crooked Chicago court system. IT will happen…

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  8. Moose Otto says:

    The key to this Kefuffle is Rosenstein. Note he is not condemning the leaks, just saying not to pay attention to them. This is a mild rebuff to leakers and he is really saying he will not prosecute leakers and thus giving them a green light to leak. There is something very suspicious about this guy. Why did he nominate Mueller? What parameters did he grant Mueller as head of the investigation. What is his political history ( everyone has political ties, so don’t believe the BS that he is above the Law)? He should be asked these questions or else he is part of the swamp.

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    • sundance says:

      “Mild Rebuf”??? Good grief man, even alluding to rebuffing a media narrative by the DOJ is a seismic shift in approach.

      It’s not a “mild rebuff”, he’s telling everyone what’s going on. Don’t be so fraught with your Rosenstein Derangement Syndrome that you can’t see the obvious in front of your noggin.

      [ PS. I included Rosenstein’s letter about Comey specifically for reference by RDS carriers ]

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    • Owlen Rose says:

      These kind of posts are really becoming quite tiresome.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      You need to go to bed! You have lost all sense of reality.

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    • thetrain2016 says:

      What about to wait a few days and find out… These poisoning speculations and suggestions carry the characteristics of concerned trolls. Are you one of them?

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    • Radiopatriot says:

      Retired FBI insider who writes at TruePundit.com and goes by the name of Thomas Paine at Twitter tweeted in reply to this question:

      “Why did Rosenstein appoint Mueller?

      “Because he was told to. They have dirt on him like most of the people in the Beltway. They do what they’re told, or their secrets become public.”

      It’s really just that simple.

      – Thomas Paine at Twitter

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      • sundance says:

        Sorry, but this guys credibility is -0-

        His latest claim was that Mueller gave Comey immunity.

        Gobsmacking level of hogwash for anyone who knows anything about the FBI, special investigations and immunity.

        If Mueller gave Comey immunity, Comey would never have been allowed to give testimony to congress. When you get immunity, you are forced to shut up until told to talk, that’s how immunity works.

        Mueller didn’t give Comey immunity.

        Nor would he. Why? Because Comey is not a “witness” inside an investigation of lawful action by POTUS, Comey is the SUBJECT of an investigation of illegal conduct (leaking) and abuse of office.

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        • Minnie says:

          Oh Sundance, I love when you come out to play with us 🙂

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        • ALEX says:

          Exactly. Comey and his Obstruction thoughts were destroyed in that hearing. Mueller watched it and Rubio and a few others ridiculed it easily. Mueller would look like a fool bringing Obstruction and he knows it..

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        • Mary says:

          So is the fact that PDJT and Pence hiring attorneys
          Jay Sekulow making rounds on shows cover to make it look like they are in legal trouble? Just gaming everyone to cover who Mueller is really looking at?

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          • carrie2 says:

            They may actually be filing suit for smearing Trump’s reputation and that could cost the losers for being so stupid a lot of bucks. They could also be filed for obstructing the President. Actually, they probably have anywhere from 2 to 6 causes in the complaint.

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            • Mary says:

              as they should this has been sickening to witness all this negativity and the vile comments toward the President and his Family. Really bothered me all the nasty things being said and done.

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          • deqwik2 says:

            “Just gaming everyone to cover who Mueller is really looking at?”

            I wondered if Gingrich was doing that too or if he actually fell for the leaks causing the SC.
            He of all people should know you can’t get a SC in place in 24 hours.

            Something sure changed his tune & Trump hasn’t stopped him from talking about it.

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          • distracted2 says:

            If I remember correctly, the team of Trump attorneys was assembled to free up the WH counsel from being bogged down by the Russia crap. Its intent is to separate the Russia crap from the nation’s business.

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            • Sherlock says:

              Well, that could be part of the reason, but it’s also because with private counsel you have attorney/client privilege in a cleaner and clearer way than when WH counsel is involved.

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              • Sherlock says:

                White house counsel is good on matters of executive privilege, for example, or going to court defending government documents from disclosure due to classification issues and the like. But it is not White House counsel’s job to give personal legal advice on whether it is wise for an interview with the FBI, for example. Those are matters that should be discussed with private counsel.

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                • distracted2 says:

                  Thank you for clarifying. I just assumed that everyone knows that. Sorry.

                  I might also clarify that the dream team of attorneys which has been assigned to keep up with the Russia matter, are not necessarily personal counsel to the president. As a matter of fact, I believe the campaign itself could be included in their representation so the rules of privilege might extend to others as well if they are included.

                  The bottom line, however, is that any conversation of any kind with the president would fall under executive privilege if the president desires, regardless of whether the attorney is a personal attorney or not. Conversations with KellyAnne Conway, for example, could be privileged and/or fall under executive privilege.

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          • MaineCoon says:

            Everybody and their brother will be dragged in for questioning. Meuller is gathering his facts. Pence getting an attorney…just a matter of taking businss.

            “Only a fool represents themself.”

            Just arming himself so he doesn’t screw up. Plus, the lawyer can handle all this crap so VP can go about doing his business.

            Anyone would be a fool to go in to any of these legal interrogations without a lawyer.

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        • Christopher Johnson says:

          My feeling is that – to the extent there is a Comey connection with Mueller – it’s more that Rosenstein or Trump thinks it can be used to flip Comey in exchange for a plea deal.

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        • Sherlock says:

          100% agree. Immunity rumors make no sense whatsoever.

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        • Agree…they have the goods on Comey…they raided his office. When mueller met with Comey prior to his testimony…mueller TOLD COMEY…we know you are the leaker to Daniel Richman…

          Mueller “mentored him” to face the facts and face the music…take the medicine that goes with your illegal bitterness.

          Mueller also told him…we have the evidence of you “colluding” with Lynch…

          Mueller to,d Jim, you are between a rock and a bard place…this investigation is turning…

          Mueller mentored Jim to prepare for some serious legal hotwater.

          We will also learn, that Comey had secret recordings, he frantically wrote very detailed memos from the recordings, and he destroyed the recordings. These memos were created AFTER his firing. Yeah, we’ll hear he made a memo in the limo on February 14, 2017… that memo was likely nothing more than…”just concluded my meeting with the president took 27 minutes”. So he swore under oath that he made the memo in the limo…but e didn’t swear that the detailed memo keaked 2 days after he was fired..,was the exact memo he recorded in the limo.

          I think the investigators know more about that leaked memo(s) then were being told.

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      • adaminohio says:

        I quit following that guy. Too much negative energy for my taste. Last refuge and Thomas Wictor are my preferred twitter follows. Some others are good too but this is where it’s at.

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    • rsanchez1990 says:

      Hold up there chief. Read sundance’s comment a little further up the page.

      “This is Rosenstein’s subtle (like a brick through a window) way of saying all the Washington Post reporting on “anonymous officials” is horse-pucky. ”

      If you take one thing away from this article, take this:

      “Robert Mueller who is investigating the leaking.”

      Mueller has latitude to investigate anything. Those are the parameters he is working with. If we start with the assumption that Trump and his Cabinet are squeaky clean (and they haven’t been able to find anything on anyone, so it’s a fair assumption to make at this point), then Mueller is a far greater risk to Comey than he is to Trump.

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      • bertdilbert says:

        Being that there is no “Russia” there to investigate further than it has been, the primary crime becomes Comey’s leaking.

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        • deqwik2 says:

          It seems the only legit “Russia thing” is the Trump dossier that McCain & Comey were involved with.
          Mueller probably needs the legal mind of Dreeben to figure out how unlawfully that was used.

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      • Running Fast says:

        Remember the Special Prosecutor promise by Trump? No reason why Mueller can not be the Special Prosecutor.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          I’ve posted at least 4 posts explaining why I thought Mueller would do the SC investigation without any influence by all these “Comey” issues. I’m feeling vindicated with SD’s theory! Of course, I didn’t have all of SD’s information, but I had my own and I stand by it.

          No reason Meuller can’t be SC, said Trump.

          One good reason is that he worked with Comey for years. Knows his MO and when he’s lying. That will come in handy. Good asset.

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    • geri670 says:

      I’m thinking you should listen to and believe what Sundance is trying to tell us. I could see and feel the significance of the Rod memo the minute I finished reading it! That memo says it all!

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  9. LKA in LA says:

    Thank you Sundance for your articles of sanity and your efforts to educate us treepers.

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  10. Troublemaker says:

    Good post and plausible. However, I am still mystified as to how Mueller can investigate anything concerning Comey as a close friend? If Comey leaking was a consideration before Special Counsel was appointed…Mueller would not have been appointed. There are some pieces of the puzzle missing.

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    • I’ve been reading comments and thinking for days and tonight it hit me.
      It’s competitiveness between Mueller and Comey. Who is the best investigator, who was the best Director of the FBI, who had the True Grit to do the tough jobs, take the hits, was truly honorable for their Country, who was the true patriot and who would put the Country first and friendship last?
      Remember Pres. Trump interviewed Mueller. (I have no opinion on Mueller and I was only partially right on Comey…..actually my husband nailed Comey back in July 2016 when he let Hillary slip away……anyway…sidetracked sorry…).
      There must be a side of Mueller that Pres. Trump is aware of and assured of for him to agree to him being hired as Special Counsel. Mueller is respected and passes the smell test on both sides of the aisle.
      So, my point is there must be something there that I (as an outsider without any experience or knowledge in DC politics or law) that our President sees and KNOWS and that why he agreed to Mueller as Special Counsel.
      That’s my op-ed and I’m stickin’ to it….even if I fall flat on my face (which wouldn’t be the first time…).

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Just because you consider someone a friend, or you agree with someone’s politics, or even a close family member; doesn’t mean you will give them a pass on any illegal things they do.

      Think about it. If you had an adult son that was making meth in his basement, or abusing his children, or spying on our country, wouldn’t you turn him in even though you loved him?

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    • eagledriver50 says:

      Get off the soap box about Mueller…Apparently you have never been in combat. It is also apparent that you did not read closely enough what PDJT did with Mueller. PDJT interviewed Mueller for a reason…ANYONE GOES INTO A SHIT STORM AND RETRIEVES A MORTALLY WOUNDED COMRADE BEYOND FRIENDLY LINES AND GETS WOUNDED AND IS AWARDED A BRONZE STAR AND PURPLE HEART HAS A BIG SET OF BRASS BALLS JUST LIKE OUR PRESIDENT. PDJT has MILITARY men all around him for a reason…

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  11. Owlen Rose says:

    This analysis is spot on. Comey is in a heap of trouble, because I firmly believe this ends with the white hats rounding up the black hats.

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      With Mueller negotiating the terms of surrender.

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      • Mariposa323 says:

        That’s exactly what’s going on . Small swamp rats take out the big swamp rats. Game on . Survival of the fittest , talk or we’ll make you talk . It’s a classic game of poker .

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      • Christopher Johnson says:

        That’s exactly my thinking. To the extent there is a Comey/Mueller connection I think that it is that Rosenstein and/or Trump thinks Comey will be more likely to flip on his Deep State bosses if the plea deal (surrender terms) is coming from his close friend Mueller.

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      • Marygrace Powers says:

        Perfect synopsis phc/makes total sense.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        This fits in with something else I just realized – about Mueller bringing in people who have ties in Democrat-land, and particularly the person(s) with knowledge about the Clinton Foundation.

        From what I understand, the Clinton Foundation (to say nothing of their other orgs) is the key to all the corruption – and it’s huge, complicated, dirty and constantly changing over time.

        Who better to provide inside info than somebody with inside info? Maybe even somebody who had cold feet, trouble doing the dirty deeds, etc., etc. The Cankles left may even be SO panicked about losing an old insider to “investigation-land”, that taking out Mueller is now the only way to make sure there is no spilling of beans.

        Don’t assume that everybody who was ever inside the CF wants to go down with the CF. From what I understand, many people who were sent into the CF, said “WTF!” very loudly.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          That’s an interesting take on it, wolfmoon. Good point. Worthy of thought.

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        • eagledriver50 says:

          Wolfmoon, I like the way you think and SA also…bringing in these people WHO WILL GIVE information BUT WILL NOT GET ANYTHING in RETURN TO SPREAD OUTSIDE of Office…Win-Win for Mueller/Rosenstein, HOWEVER, PDJT is NEVER ONE TO TRUST JUST ONE SOURCE…

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  12. MAGADJT says:

    I’ve learned not to doubt SD, but it is very difficult to hope that a Special Counsel who is BFF with Comey, and who has been hiring Clinton affiliated lawyers to his team, is not trying to find a way to get DJT. There are trillions of dollars at stake here.

    Everyone should do, and encourage like minded friends and family to do what I did tonight. Email both of your US Senators and your US Representative. Express your displeasure for the way this obvious farce is impeding President Trump from moving forward with the agenda that over 60,000,000 elected him to implement. I also let them know that I was very unhappy with the lack of support for President Trump by Republican members of Congress.

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    • I called mine today. They all had someone to answer the phone.

      First up Bradley Byrne (Republican pretender). Girl answered laughing… I introduced myself and gave specifics including voting address. She wasn’t writing it down I assure you. I let her know I expected Byrne to get out and defend the President on TV as 80% of the people in my county voted for him. We did not want them to leave WA until tax reform and health care were done and finished. Stop investigations because we hired them to pass legislation on our behalf and his constituents made it clear that Trumps policies were what we wanted. She was uninterested. He will hear more from me.

      Senator Shelby’s office aid they would get him on tv more 🙂

      Senator Strange’s staffer said he would tell the Senator my expectations – very nice.

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  13. jojo says:

    I think Sessions & Rosenstein know exactly who is leaking, They’re just getting ready to set ’em up. The swamp is not being drained easily. It’s going to be more like drip, drip, drip down the drain.

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  14. rgnsc says:

    To be honest, i’m having difficulty following this. The one thing that i can’t get past is the fact that Mueller has hired powerful Dem. partisan hacks to help him in his investigation. It would not bother me so much if it was say, 50/50

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    • sundance says:

      Please. I keep debunking this Deep State talking point.

      Think about your logic. How could Mueller conduct an investigation with partisan republicans as investigators within it? What would be the outcome of any findings against the deep state operatives?

      Please think and don’t just regurgitate the “concern” talking points coming from those who would benefit from Mueller’s disappearance. You are being played.

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      • ALEX says:

        Thanks. When I say the same thing I don’t want to sound harsh or accuse people of being concern trolls, but it’s beating a dead and buried horse for no reason.

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      • tytanshammer says:

        It tends to be a knee jerk reaction to expect a liberal to not do his job, but in this case I don’t think those people have any choice BUT to do their job. There’s nowhere else to go but toward Comey/Obama/Clinton. Their machine is in overdrive because its desperate and so its weaving its strongest illusion to protect its weakest point.

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      • 4sure says:

        do we know how many pubs he has hired?

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          No, have heard nothing about anyone hired other than the 4 democrats. If I knew he had hired a couple I’d feel better about that aspect of it.

          And it isn’t just that they are dems, it is that they are such devoted dems they all donated the maximum amount or close to the max, when most people who are partisans don’t donate any money. So they must be pretty passionate in their support.

          And I’m sorry if that makes me sound like a CONCERN TROLL. I think Sundance is right. I hope Sundance is right. He usually is. But I have to use my own critical thinking, and this piece of the puzzle continues to bug me.

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      • alligatriot says:

        Exactly! It’s very hard to be patient as all this works out, but I still think much of what we’re seeing is the direct result of Hillary losing. All of a sudden, plans were completely disrupted and panic has ensued! Swamp creatures are making this up as they go and are relying on their press to give them a smoke screen as they figure out what to do. “Russia” is playing out and they become more desperate each day.
        I only found the tree house recently but I sure appreciate Sundance’s astute observations and all the interesting commentary! Thanks, y’all!
        (Remember that the government is used to moving v-e-r-y s-l-o-w-l-y. They cannot fathom the “Speed Of Trump” and it’s driving them nuts! We all need to be patient – tough to do when there’s so much to be done!)
        MAGA

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        • tytanshammer says:

          many of the journalists are in on the scheme and will go to jail if this unravels…..that’s what I believe. That is why they are working so hard to hide it. because its their future on the line.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Read this article about Mr. Mueller. Can tell that the writer likes Mr. Mueller but it is interesting to read. Sundance I think this part is why Mr. Mueller may not be worrisome:

        The FBI, Mueller believes, is the government’s honest broker—an agency free of political interference and pressure, priding itself on objectivity and independence. “You’re free to do what you think is right,” he says. “It’s much easier than if you have to consider the political currents.”

        Mueller’s father, who was captain of a World War II Navy sub chaser, impressed on his son the importance of credibility and integrity. “You did not shade or even consider shading with him,” Mueller says. “The most devastating thing that can happen to an institution is that people begin to shade and dissemble.”

        The Ultimate G-Man: Robert Mueller Remakes the FBI
        Robert Mueller was sworn in as FBI director on September 4, 2001. A week later, his job—and the nation—changed forever.
        By Garrett M. Graff on August 1, 2008

        https://www.washingtonian.com/2008/08/01/the-ultimate-g-man-robert-mueller-remakes-the-fbi/

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      • Sara c says:

        Exactly Sundance

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      • NJ Transplant says:

        Thank you for explaining this, Sundance. I was also very upset with Mueller and the Mueller hires. I also distrusted Rosenstein for hiring Mueller, especially because there was no underlying crime. But, I trust you, Sundance. My husband has also been upset and I told him that you have never been wrong in all the years I have been on this site.

        So, I am going to reduce my stress level and wait. I’m sure my senator, my congressman and the RNC will be glad to see that I have taken a break from phone calls demanding an end to the hearings and the special counsel. I also complained about the lack of action by the Republican majority and how they give the Dimms a forum. I actually told Susan Collins’ office that I know that Hillary paid for her engagement party a few years ago and I hope it does not influence her decisions. Now they will only get emails.

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      • Sherlock says:

        With due respect to those who disagree, I think the answer is that if you wish to have the public have faith in your investigation, it’s best not to put overt partisans heavily identified with one side OR the other on your legal team. You don’t choose your team based upon a presumed or hoped for outcome, and pick a team that will make that outcome look legit. You pick a team that is fair, and that looks fair.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        As I said above, what if the old CF insiders can provide context? What if people are “looking for a way out?” What if things are FINALLY turning into Watergate, where many Republicans finally said “ENOUGH!”, and things were fairly bipartisan? In fact, I’ll bet THAT would explain Cankles getting right scared right now. She remembers Watergate. Real good.

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        • Sherlock says:

          Yep, she was Crooked Hillary even back then, and they fired her from some little job she had in that investigation for trying to cheat. In her DNA.

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        • Exactly Wolfmoon1776
          Just because you are a lawyer and worked for the Clinton Foundation, DOES NOT MEAN that you participated in or lent guidance towards any ILLEGAL activity that the Clintons done. Structuring and litigating a foundation is part and parcel of what asset lawyers do. So having these same lawyers on your team can provide insight as to the context of this investigation.

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      • rednighthawk says:

        Bingo! Your explanation to runsc made the lightbulb in my thick head go off! I now ‘get it’, finally. It now makes sense to me why Mueller was chosen and why Mueller is hiring democratic-contributing lawyers. Sundance–you da best! Now I can work in peace of mind for awhile!

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      50/50 what? There are plenty powerful Repub. partisan hacks who are plotting to take President Trump out.

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  15. US says:

    It’s a coup d’État. Sundance has been prescient on the Sally Yates-Comey conspiracy. The FBI cost US 8 Billion a year. They ate Democrat operatives, like the CIA. Cut their finding.

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  16. AndrewJackson says:

    I think there is a massive narrative shift happening with the enemy media. I turned on cnn tonight and noticed the most mind numb of liberals were qualifying every single statement with “Maybe he’s innocent…Maybe there’s no foul play…Maybe there are no bad actors…”. I even heard one buffoon state that, “Trump is likely innocent but he brought this on himself.” We are winning folks. Next step for them is the bogus annulment clause issue. They are running out of ammo and we are about to storm through their battered defense.

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  17. Alison says:

    Thank you, Sundance. Complicated business indeed.

    We will know based on comments here and in tomorrow’s Daily Presidential Thread whether your explanation (one more time) has penetrated some rather thick branches here in the Treehouse.

    I am happy to see Dep AG Rosenstein’s statement. Having a top level DOJ appointee basically call WaPo #FakeNews is a great way to end the day. It won’t stop the media hacks, but it does reassure people like me who have grown weary of the daily chorus of ‘fire X now’!

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  18. Ziiggii says:

    Buried in the Kushner WaPo article:

    Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mueller, declined to comment for this article but said that “the Special Counsel’s Office has undertaken stringent controls to prohibit unauthorized disclosures and will deal severely with any member who engages in this conduct.”

    PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY!

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  19. Brant says:

    Wow. That statement is very interesting and quite seismic in the DC world. Perhaps also, this is a message to the leaker and the leaker will start jumping up and down and shaking fists of, “no no believe me!!! I am the best!!!!” Perhaps a way to get the leaker to make a very public and obvious to everyone mistake.

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  20. I recently noticed something interesting on twitter. I posted a reply to an ugly comment on Melania’s tweeter feed. I regretted it instantly. I received really ugly comments back immediately – a lot.

    It was about 50/50 good and bad right after I posted. I responded to a couple because they made me mad (I admit it, I let them get to me and shouldn’t have). After that, I just started blocking them. I didn’t ever want to ever see their nastiness again.

    Over the last several days I have continued to be inundated (for me it is a lot) with “Likes/favorites” – I counted it up tonight – over a thousand likes/favorites, 40 retweets, 170 comments….. I probably blocked at most 50 people. I have not had to block anyone since the first night.

    This tells me we have them waaayyyyy outnumbered

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    • Alison says:

      Sometimes you gotta poke the twitter monsters. Especially when they’re so vile on feeds like FLOTUS’s.

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    • M33 says:

      Twitter can be nasty, nasty business.
      More hate on there than anything else, I’ve noticed… especially from replies.

      Too much time on people’s hands and no accountability for their words.

      My rule of thumb is if I wouldn’t say it in public, I won’t say it here.

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      • carrie2 says:

        But I like them to whine on Twitter because it shows how disconnected from reality they are, esp. on the Sean Spicier tweets and the great retorts they get in return. Mostly they are ignorant and brainwashed so it is easy to just ignore them or as you did, block them.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Not sure why anyone is still on twitter – Gab is the place to be.

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    • pocketnuke61 says:

      WWAl – you might want to take response with a bit of skepticism. If the replies are like an avalanche and come in really fast, you may be getting hit by a bot. These started gaining popularity with the election last year. The scheme is to set up 3 or 4 bots that reply to your message and to each other. If the content is short and simple, or seems sort of off kilter, you are not dealing with humans. Oh, and lots of gratuitous profanity. Can’t say for sure if this is happening to you without more details. High school kids do this as a prank. Trolls do it to mess with your head.

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  21. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    You can see the immediate response from media members to Rosenstein’s “strange” announcement. That’s a good indication Rosenstein is over the target and the host-parasite (media-Comey) combo knows that the jig is up.

    As is clear from the Rosenstein memo Sundance included (thought it was to Trump but appears it was to Sessions), Rosenstein does not appear to be on Team Comey.

    The more information that comes in, the more it does look like Comey is in full self-protection mode to stop himself from becoming the primary focus of the Special Counsel and other Russia investigations.

    Rosenstein’s announcement tonight reads like “OK, we’ve stood back and watched you clowns play your games. But you’re getting close to going too far and enough is enough.”

    Tonight’s action makes me feel better about Rosenstein. And the included tweet from the clown presstitute Mark Knoller could signal that Mueller may not be on Team Comey as much as Comey wishes he were.

    Comey was the last major black hat involved in the Quick Coup attempt.

    Glad Rosenstein released this statement.

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    • Dan says:

      Comey’s testimony was all you needed to know that Mueller is not on Team Comey. He forced him to come out and tell all. Then Comey tried some reverse psychology that if he says he leaked to get a special counsel, then Trump would impulsively fire Mueller. Comey gets off and the optics become even worse for Trump. Flynn’s unmasker and leaker (likely Comey) is going to get nailed. And if i were Susan Rice i would be nervous.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Good points, Dan.

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      • Proud Texan says:

        “Then Trump would impulsively fire Comey”…
        What does it matter if Mueller gets fired? A new, different Special Counsel could be named. That’s the part I don’t get. I don’t think Comey has a preference as to who nails his butt.
        I think back to the Dodgy Dossier. I don’t think Comey is the only person who would put a burr in my butt, if that made up crap was about me.
        Is it possible that the highly regarded Vietnam Nam veteran Mueller would be one of a few respected prosecutors who could/ would take down an old Vietnam POW Senator who was involved in the Dodgy Dossier?
        Comey advised PDJT against opening an investigation into whomever was involved in the dossier because it could be misconstrued as an investigation into PDJT.
        Comey is covering his butt AND the butt of that crotchety old fart. Just my opinion.

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      • deqwik2 says:

        From what I read, Mueller went to the FBI Before he interviewed Comey. Mueller had some facts before he questioned Comey.
        (It was reported that Mueller was at the FBI looking for the memo but who knows if that part is true)

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    • ALEX says:

      I have met Rosenstein through his former employment. I’m not in law, but this was a function that was part of his last job. The lawyers I know say he is the straightest shooter. He would have made the perfect FBI director in many ways..He is the Sec.of Treasury Mnuchin of Law and Order

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    • Anne says:

      anonymous ‘officials’, particularly when they do not identify the country

      On Twitter, some nutjobs say that compromising tapes on Trump in the hands of a foreign country are rumored to be disclosed soon. They believe that the reference to “anonymous officials” from an “unidentified country” in the Statement of Rosenstein means that the rumor is confirmed and that Rosenstein expects the release of these tapes.

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    • margarite1 says:

      Just about the only one I trust is Trump – and I’ll add his family to that.

      I’m skeptical about the rest of them until they prove themselves. Don’t trust this investigation until Mueller declares loud and clear that Trump did nothing wrong.

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  22. Wisc says:

    What did Comey have to gain by revealing and “not concealing” the circumstances of the 2nd batch of emails? He had botched the initial email investigation, to the benefit of H Clinton. Why did he decide to reveal the 2nd set of emails? Was he trying to curry favor with both sides? What was the calculation?

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    • Alison says:

      Weren’t those the ones on Weiner’s computer? A big find of previously unknown emails? i think Comey was compelled to do something when those were found

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Comey didn’t reveal them – NYPD did. Unfortunately, they got shutdown by Comey with his antics.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      NYPD likely threatened to go public. So Comey had to get in front of it then make it go away w/ the improbable 3-4 day ‘review’ of 650k emails.

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    • Summer says:

      As far as I remember, there was a talk about many FBI agents unhappy with the way Comey was handling the investigation. Maybe it was impossible to keep the Carlos Danger’s laptop secret. Also, it looks like Comey enjoyed playing the Hand of Providence.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      No, during one of his hearings he told the committee if the case was re-opened he would advise them. I know he did because I watched the entire hearing on CSPAN. Comey notified them in writing instead of calling when the FBI found the Clinton emails on Weiner’s laptop.

      Why does no one in the press ever remember that? Duh.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        True. However, if it was Comey who discovered the emails, rather than NYPD, I’m not convinced he’d have gone public w/ the Congressional letter. IOW, that NYPD had them first was the nexus for Comey relaying the info, b/c he couldn’t trust the info wouldn’t be leaked, and then Comey would have been in a stickier wicket.

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      • deqwik2 says:

        Yes & Comey also said later that if Hillary won & he hadn’t said something like he promised he would, it would look like he covered up for her.
        Basically, he thought Hillary was going to win & he didn’t want to be blamed for not saying something)

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        • deqwik2 says:

          Found an article about it.

          “But with polls showing Mrs. Clinton holding a comfortable lead, Mr. Comey ended up plunging the F.B.I. into the molten center of a bitter election. Fearing the backlash that would come if it were revealed after the election that the F.B.I. had been investigating the next president and had kept it a secret, Mr. Comey sent a letter informing Congress that the case was reopened.”

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            My take is this, now that I’m sure Comey is a black hat.

            NYPD found some real hot potatoes in that email trove from Weiner/Huma. Comey and Hillary know that if people aren’t waiting for the “real” answers, and think the answers aren’t coming, the NYPD leakers will leak the actual emails, which at that time they were only threatening, and seemed reluctant to do. SO – here is the Comey/Hillary plan:

            Comey takes and announces the laptop find to cool off NYPD leakers and buy time – both to shut down the NYPD leakers by whatever means, make sure there isn’t a loose copy, prevent future leaks, and gain control of the laptop.

            Comey takes the laptop into FBI and then compartmentalizes the scandalous stuff into oblivion, including a rapid review using IT tricks (totally doable) that isolates the bad stuff and allows it to be hidden. He really only need one sketchy partisan IT guy to do this. This is CLASSIC Hillary – use the discovery request to find and separate the bad stuff.

            Behind the scenes, NYPD leaks are shut down. One of the first people to publish the leaks about the laptop, “Thomas Paine” (probably under FBI watch) never gets the second drop he was waiting for (remember that?), and in fact is used to find and shut down the NYPD leaks. Quite ironic, and they help kill Paine’s credibility in the process.

            To make sure no infection gets out, and is forgotten, swamp (no pun intended) the alternate media and investigators with the cray-cray excess of PizzaGate. Push over-the-top junk to displace any TRUE dirty info about the laptop emails which got out from the NYPD leaks (I do remember some of these, and they WERE drowned out by the more extreme Pizzagate stuff very quickly).

            It all makes so much sense. Comey on Team Cankles explains everything. The reason he went public about the laptop is that if the NYPD leakers did it, things would be far worse. He did what he did to buy time for Hillary and clean up the mess. CONTAINMENT.

            If I’m right about that, Comey is one of the smoothest liars EVER. I would love to rewatch tapes of him now. It would be like catching Obama lying, which I got very good at, once I realized how he operated.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Justice department chose not to use grand jury to subpoena evidence. Instead they arranged immunity agreements to get testimony and evidence. Pretty much everybody below Hillary was protected via this technique.

      Then, a whole new trove of emails show up. May include deleted emails, may just be the ones they already investigated. There is now a legally obtained, alternate source of evidence, that is not bound by an immunity arrangement. Depending on the agreements, Hillary’s people could be at risk.

      They also could not afford to have yet more damaging information leaked about Hillary.

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  23. Donna in Oregon says:

    After 8 years of crazy, habitually lying government officials in our face…. it’s no surprise Americans are confused. Corrupt liars and sell-outs everywhere in DC for decades.

    Patriots trust President Trump but our own government has been going after him non-stop. Is it any wonder our emotions are running askew? It would be weird if we weren’t paranoid. 30 years is a long time to be duped.

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  24. lfhbrave says:

    I wonder, why is the DOJ’s placing so much weight on its “long established policy”, even more than the very stability of the political system of the Republic in these historical trying times?. How is it so difficult for DOJ to just say “POTUS is not under Obstruction-of-Justice investigation” – thus not repeating the wrongs done by Comey?

    Could Rosenstein tell what is more important, especially after what happened a couple of days ago? Is he playing a “Comey” talk?

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    • mccall1981 says:

      I’ve been wondering this same thing. At some point they have to acknowledge that this ongoing craziness outweighs their tradition of not commenting. Half the country thinks we have a criminal Russian spy in the White House, half knows there’s a deep state coup against our President, and heated rhetoric is spilling over into violence. Just answer the question and confirm the Russia stuff is bogus, then at least both sides can calm down a little.

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  25. StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

    OK but how/why are we getting these stories based on leaks out of the the special counsel’s office? The articles based on supposed leaks last night and again today play right into the hysteria that the special counsel investigation is slanted, or rigged or a set-up to bring down the President. So why is the special counsel office leaking stories unfavorable to the President about the track of the investigation?

    Or are there likely 100s of people involved between special counsel’s office, DOJ, FBI, U.S. attorney’s office, etc. etc. which brings into play countless potential leakers and probably backchannels to Comey, DNC stooges, etc?

    Or is WaPo publishing articles based on truly nothing?

    Seems like I may have just answered my own question.

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  26. WSB says:

    And no need to split families up. Thank you, Mister President. All can go safely home now.

    Together.

    👍

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  27. SR says:

    The biggest problem with fake MSM, Rats, RINO, Hillary is to underestimate PTRUMP and his skills. This is my theory there was genuine leaks before but now PTRUMP team is using fake MSM to make then more fake and kill this stupid investigation. Same fake news can be used to push investigation to Hillary and Lynch. Next 6 months are interesting.

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  28. Brant says:

    Could his statement also be the equivalent of, “fire in the hole”. Basically, they are telling everyone they are sending out several stories to catch the leakers. We think Trump was trying to do it on his own earlier, maybe now it’s getting some “official” this is how it’s done, backing. I don’t know, maybe telling all what they are doing could scare the leakers off.

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  29. deqwik2 says:

    Special counsel Robert Mueller met with Senate Intelligence Committee leaders on Wednesday to deconflict their investigations, Chairman Richard Burr said in an interview.

    “I’m going to acknowledge that we had a meeting with special counsel Mueller. But I’m not going to get into the content,” Warner told reporters.

    Burr separately told reporters he now has “clarity” on whether or not he will receive the memos written by James Comey that detail the former FBI director’s conversations with President Donald Trump. Comey has alleged Trump told him it was his “hope” that Comey would let go of an investigation into ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/14/richard-burr-robert-mueller-senate-intelligence-239555

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    • deqwik2 says:

      Another Nothingburger. – imo
      Burr wanted to know if he was going to get Comey’s memo & a story leaks that Mueller was looking into obstruction of justice.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Verb deconflict….To alter (something) to avoid conflicting with something else.

      Noun clarity……clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; freedom from indistinctness or ambiguity.

      Mr. Mueller is a former Marine from the Vietnam War. I’m going to watch the next Intel committee hearing and see if there is clarity and deconfliction, and less BS.

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    • Wend says:

      Hasn’t Comey finished those yet? Oh wait a minute, I thought he said he didn’t keep a copy.

      whatever.

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  30. Brant says:

    A comment I put on other blogs when there is some hyperventilating over a tweet storm is, “there is a fisherman and there are fish, and it’s easy to tell which is which.”

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  31. Walt614 says:

    Whether the tide is turning in our favor or not, if you make the mistake of soliciting some of the mindless worker drones that we co-habitate with each day, you’ll see there is still TONS of work to be done in opening their eyes to the fact that their Normalcy Biased reliance on MSM FakeNews herds them into a Deep State PsyOps paddock where Critical Thinking skills go to Die.
    We need to be their Reality Wind Socks.
    I mention CTH all the time and get looked at like I’m speaking anciant Persian.

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  32. CleanhouseinDC says:

    Sundance, it seems Comey is operating either with impunity, certainly brazen in his actions and testimony. It would seem admitting to leaking information lid just open him up to further scrutiny/risk.

    Why then is he more or less incriminating himself?

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      Comey was caught. He tried to mitigate the consequences.And he’s probably got enough on numerous members of the zero administration to trade for his freedom.

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  33. pochas94 says:

    The Department of Homeland Security had best have a plan to suppress violent protest should it occur. Let’s hope that is not where it is headed but this is a country of laws and we cannot shrink from enforcing them. If mobs try to take over we need to come down, hard.

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  34. xyzlatin says:

    I am someone who is very logical, yet also a person who also adds in to the sum, “atmosphere” or “body language”. I think everyone gets this feeling at some time or other about someone when you say to yourself, “this doesn’t compute”. It is also called “sixth sense”.

    So my take on all of this is that President Trump although he is tweeting like mad about the wrongness of investigating him for obstruction, making him seem really worried, and worrying all his supporters, and making his opponents happy and gloating, in actual fact if you look at his face and body in videos of him coming out almost daily, he looks very well, fit, happy and on top of things, not worried about anything, and certainly not looking as if he is under attack. Some people think this is just his optimism shining through, or he is a good actor, but I have another theory.

    I think he IS actually happy about the investigation by Mueller. It keeps everyone stirred up in particular his base of voters, all angry about a long time Washington “insider” trying to “get” Trump. After all, anger at Washington insiders is what got him elected. If it keeps going until 2020, all the better. Smart political leaders know that to galvanize their own base, or their own country, it is good to have an enemy that unites them. Trump ranting about this is typical of leaders in many countries using deflection to unite people behind him, and it takes him away from having to demonize illegals, Mexicans or anyone else to achieve the same result. He hasn’t said much about them lately, has he.

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  35. Honest Abbey says:

    I can’t help but wonder who leaked the info to CNN that Rosenstein was preparing to release a statement warning us to be skeptical of anything related to anonymous sources.

    “Somebody” had to tip off CNN for them to edit their propaganda headline…….They didn’t have an epiphany, we can almost guarantee THAT!

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  36. MeanWhile Blatant #Censorship happening all over the Message boards, reporting this story..
    Reporting with #HALF-TRUTHS!
    Deleting the #Truth..

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  37. albrevin says:

    whoa…. RR’s memo… this is getting close to the target.

    Liked by 3 people

  38. mccall1981 says:

    This is really an excellent post, thank you Sundance.

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  39. Binkser1 says:

    I have anonymous sources that say Jeff Bezos and everyone at CNN and the NYTimes enjoy humping goats. Hey, my “sources” are just as real and credible as any of the the “sources” the Left uses. So, I say we spread this like wildfire. If this story is incorrect, we can always correct it at a later time very quietly, just like our lying MSM do. (if they correct them at all) Sorry about the crudeness of my example but it’s just as believable as anything spewed from our so called media.

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  40. Minnie says:

    Thank you, Sundance, for the icing on the cake of a crazy day.

    Onto bigger and better tomorrow, FRIDAY 🙂

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  41. rsmith1776 says:

    Appreciated as always, Sundance.

    What’s your take on this?

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  42. Nigella says:

    Identify the Country?LOL…. The Russians did it!

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  43. Bacall says:

    Instapundit has a reference to a Bill Otis posting an Opinion piece in USA Today about the federal law on conflict of interest. Otis cites the plain language of the federal statute and contends Mueller cannot be special counsel because of his friendship/close and lengthy working relationship with Comey. As a legal practitioner, I was trained in legal ethics that a lawyer or judge cannot have even an appearance of impropriety, i.e. bias or prejudice or other tainting of legal events. Surely this is the same rule for a “special counsel.” For that reason I felt very uncomfortable about Rosenstein’s unusual pronouncement that Mueller would not be removed by anyone but him and only if he was satisfied that it was for good cause. It was stated in a manner which made resignation, recusal or firing seem an impossibility. Truly odd. The bottom line is that this all needs to unfold swiftly or be dismissed by the public.

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  44. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Also, what Rosenstein is saying in this announcement is what many commenters here are saying to their fellow commenters — be careful who you listen to, because often the squeakiest of wheels are the worst sources and the most self-interested.

    We all want to know what’s going on. But that desire for information is easily exploited by serial manipulators such as Comey.

    Reader beware.

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  45. albrevin says:

    take a look at SD’s link on top. It is the twitter announcement from RR. Read the responses carefully. It is going over most everyone’s head… lots of suspicion…. can’t connect dots that this is in exactly response to the 2 anon linked WAPO stories, yesterday on Trump and today on Kushner. RR wrote wat he did in response to those tall-tales. People on Twitter range from Trump must have ordered this… or something big’s about to drop to some bad foreign intel coming in. All over the map. A few get it.

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  46. Mike diamond says:

    Loretta lynch and comey seems to me did obstruction of justice by letting Hillary off,letting Louis learner off, then blaming Russia for everything ! Oh I forget its a matter not a invistgation regarding Hillary! What a scam,and what a shame!

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    • WSB says:

      No, but what is interesting is that Mueller, a Bush/Clinton agent, brings in Clintonitas to investigate Obamabots…Lynch, and pals. Seems like Swamp Piraña fighting other Swamp Piraña?

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        muh Russia, originally were the stolen DNC / Podesta emails. Isn’t that still the investigation? Interference with the campaign, then on to the individual state election systems that were being attacked?

        Why would Comey be part of that investigation?

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      • Wend says:

        Could be, especially if you subscribe to the Ed Klein theory that Mooch/ValJar and the Clintons are bitter enemies.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Maybe this one is far fetched,but….
        There might be the slight chance that some of the players involved
        have had the Clinton’s knife at their back, and behaved accordingly.
        With a sense that any resistance was futile, so just play along as
        cleanly as possible.
        What if you were tuned In enough to know that the stacked deck
        was being reshuffled, and if you showed you were playing honestly,
        you were being allowed into the game. And, you had the poker
        sense to know that the new side was going to win. Wouldn’t you
        want a chance to have that knife removed from your back, if I
        could be done safely?

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  47. Mike diamond says:

    Sorry my spelling is bad!

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  48. Vince says:

    If it is Comey’s plan to use leaks to cause President Trump to end the investigation, he received a “no” answer from the White House today.

    http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/trump-attorney-wapo-report-leak-information-crime

    Plus Judicial Watch today has asked for the Comey memos:

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press-releases/judicial-watch-warns-fbi-obligation-recover-records-unlawfully-removed-former-director-james-comey/

    This was a really bad day for Comey.

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