“Trump Under Investigation Narrative” Begins Falling Apart – ABC: No Mueller-Trump Investigation…

Almost every intellectually honest political observer recognized the Washington Post report about President Trump being under investigation appeared manufactured on the thinnest of available anonymous precepts.

In the wake of the Post report, when Asst. AG Rod Rosenstein delivered an unanticipated press release stating not to trust media reports from “anonymous officials” all doubt was essentially confirmed.  There is no ‘there’ there; and President Trump was not/is not under investigation.  Just another failed media attempt by The Washington Post to undermine the administration, with a blend of partisanship designed to generate an ideological self-fulfilling prophecy.

Toward that end, and to put a final nail in that manufactured narrative coffin, ABC news correspondent Pierre Thomas  reported today that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is NOT investigating President Trump:

WASHINGTON – Special counsel Robert Mueller hasn’t decided whether to investigate President Trump as part of the Russia probe, according to a report on Sunday.

“Now, my sources are telling me he’s begun some preliminary planning,” Pierre Thomas, the ABC News senior justice correspondent, said of Mueller on ABC’s “This Week.” “Plans to talk to some people in the administration. But he’s not yet made that momentous decision to go for a full-scale investigation.” (read more)

Yes, that means the prior Washington Post report was entirely false; which makes that the eleventyth time CNN, The New York Times, or the Washington Post has run a report that was entirely false.  They know it, it’s not false by accident – it is false by design.

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; and the media is on the side of the opposition, the usurping black hat team.

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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439 Responses to “Trump Under Investigation Narrative” Begins Falling Apart – ABC: No Mueller-Trump Investigation…

  1. JMCovfefe says:

    I got lost in the noise and fog. Who is the new head of the FBI? Is there still someone under consideration? Is the killery operative still intrum? What happened to “going to have a replacement next week???

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    • He nominated Chris Wray on June 7th.

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    • janc1955 says:

      Comey replacement is Christopher Wray. He definitely got lost in the all the fake news.

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      Christopher A. Wray is the pick for head of the FBI.

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    • JMCovfefe says:

      This is an interesting site I’ve never heard of before. Adding to my lurk list.
      http://www.govexec.com/management/2017/06/appointee-watch-new-fbi-director-defense-nominees-and-more/138684/

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    • JMCovfefe says:

      After many pages of several search engines, not much. No leaks here…
      Doesn’t look like he has been submitted for confirmation yet. Maybe he does not have an active TS/SCI and had to resubmit an SF-86 for an updated SSBI first? Actually, Dir of FBI prob needs an FSBI and 400 Poly’s…

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    • chooseamerica says:

      Help me out here. Since Trump is not under investigation, is Mueller’s hiring of high level attorneys that were Clinton Foundation members, dem donors etc. to make sure that Clinton, Obama, Lynch, Comey et al are cleared of any wrong doing? Why are they on board? At first I thought it was to “get” Trump but that premise appears to be incorrect.

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      • Joshua2415 says:

        Mueller wants lots of input from Clinton advisors. He needs to make sure that when he starts handing out immunity tickets he doesn’t miss anyone.

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        • chooseamerica says:

          Sessions only recused himself on Russia. Why isnt his Justice Dept doing an investigation of the corrupt dems? No need for taxpayers to waste money on this special counsel. And…Sessions wouldnt be giving immunity if he did the job right.

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          • Warrior1 says:

            Hopefully ole jeff will wake up soon.

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            How do you know Sessions is not working on other things? I think He is working on leaks.

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            • chooseamerica says:

              The Justice Dept is YUGE..Surely they can work on more than one thing at once. It was suggested above that the reason all these high level dems are on Muellers team is to give immunity to the corrupt dem machine from Obama on down. Is this congress’ way to give corrupt politicians another free pass? I had read where Trump doesnt want the country to go up in flames during his watch. However, anyone giving immunity to Clinton, Holder, Comey et al is one of the surest precursors to a revolution that I know of.

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            • shallbe4 says:

              Does this mean that Mueller is a good guy? Seems expanding an investigation which after one year has found nothing is not what a good guy does.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        I am with Newt on this…. who in the HELL thought Mueller was a good idea with his close personal ties to Comey and his even closer ties to the Clinton’s and Clinton donors. ??????? This is not going to end well.. I can feel it……CAN WE PLEASE STOP USING RETREDS AND HOLD OVER FROM PAST ADMINS ?

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          I am with you And Newt!!!

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        • Maquis says:

          The day after this jerk was appointed out came info that proved he had nothing to find, it was a sham from the start. I don’t trust Rosenstein one bit. This unecessary legitimization of the “muh Russia” Coup Attempt just infuriates me. One more day! It’s like he couldn’t wait to fire up the Eternal Presidential Stalking Horse before his boss got his balls back and defended his President.

          They say, “oh, this way we prove there is nothing.” Naive fools. Every “Special Instigator” ever appointed in my lifetime did plenty of damage even if they only got a Scooter Libby on something three tangents off the supposed investigation parameters. More Ammo for MSM MUCK throwing, more leaks; just look at the team he’s building! What, Fair & Balanced? H3ll no! This IS a WITCH HUNT!

          Trump needn’t be it’s “target”, but he’s still only one ambitious Corrupt Clinton Clansman away from some set-up of some sort, and they are dragging down our President and his work while, as astutely noted above, the Republicans run around in diapers sucking their thumbs, terrified to be men, or women yeah yeah, none of them have the courage of a first year schoolboy and they either fear Trump failure, or are striving for it.

          After Comey’s testimony, the next day(!), Rosenstein should have dismissed Mueller and arrested Comey. I really hope we have some serious bear traps set for the true Corruptocrats uncovered in this fiasco. I’m so done with the “Aw Shucks” Gentleman from I don’t care where! Fight! D@mn you cowards! Fight!

          This all stinks.

          Rant Off.

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        • Padric says:

          I’m of the “Let’s see what develops” opinion of Mueller, though I’m not holding my breath that his investigation will prove helpful.

          That said, there is another possibility of why the leaked names are so heavy on the Clinton side: The Clinton’s, and their people, still hate Obama and his people. The only reason Obama showed her support during the election was because he knew his legacy depended on her winning. Since Obama’s people were the ones in charge at the time of any supposed hacking, etc. this may be nothing more than Mueller lining up people to go after Obama’s folks.

          Mind you, just as I’m not holding my breath about the overall investigation, I’m not putting much weight behind this theory (at least as of yet) but it is food for thought.

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          • Mike says:

            If Mueller is a setup to damage the Trump administration, America will have arrived at the gates of the Bastille, ready to go after our royalists and bankers.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Chris Wray is employed at King & Spalding, Atlanta. Their site has a profile on him.

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  2. WSB says:

    LOL! No such thing as ‘preliminary planning’. Planning IS preliminary. I should know…I am a planner!

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  3. Sara c says:

    Does anyone have any idea where the funds come from to pay the special counsel and all of the other attorneys. Is is from Doj budget?

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  4. Atticus says:

    Lotta smoke.
    No fire.
    Dud!

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    • Aparition42 says:

      All that smoke is from the people that think President Trump is going to be impeached. They’re smoking something stronger than tobacco.

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      • WSB says:

        And soon their pants will be on fire.

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      • StormyeyesC says:

        My guess is the main target is Manafort

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      • shallbe4 says:

        Is it true that the Dems are planning on impeaching Trump even though he did nothing wrong?

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Some are. Maxine Waters, for one. He draws breath. That’s enough for her. And there is some dude from Texas, I think, Representative Al Green. He’s another one.

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        • eagledriver50 says:

          Sundance and MANY others on this sight, including me have said…”THERE WILL BE NO IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS.” How many times does it have to get said and stick in the last brain cell you have, unless you’re sitting on it…Go back to Comey’s testimony to find your answer.

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        • Aparition42 says:

          Impeachment isn’t actually about the law. It’s about political will. Almost every President in history, including George Washington, has been targeted for impeachment by political opponents. It’s only actually happened twice (Johnson and Clinton), and both of them ended up acquitted by the Senate. As long as The People support the President, this impeachment nonsense is going nowhere.

          What you have to remember about people like Maxine Waters is that their districts are so heavily gerrymandered that they have to be political extremists or they’ll lose to a more extreme primary challenger. If Maxine Waters wasn’t shouting about impeachment every time she got on TV, her hard-left district would kick her out and elect someone who is.

          Certain Republican voices called for the impeachment of Obama and Carter, and actually impeached Clinton. Democrats called for the impeachment of both Bushes and Reagan. This is all just politics as usual. All that’s really changed is the growth and proliferation of the 24/7 “news” cycle drawing more attention to it. They want you to confuse volume with importance.

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  5. Giant Ground Sloth says:

    All the money being spent on this pointless investigation should be diverted to paying for the repairs to the Fitzgerald.

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  6. http://brickagentunderground.com/
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    • WSB says:

      This is horrendous! And I am assuming that the Word ‘bankrupt’ is being used a morally and professionally? Am assuming not financially…

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    • Ghostrider says:

      If what you say is true, then Trump might consider putting the FBI on a budgetary diet. Reduce its funding forcing a large scale lay off and administer it on a LIFO basis. Meaning Murller and his Democratic lawyers are the first to go. Problem solved!

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    • US says:

      The FBI costs 8 Billion annually. It is too much subsidy to the Democratic Party. FBI needs to be cut down to size. The second in command, Feld, already brought down Nixon. If the FBI succeeds again with Trump there will be a great price to pay. Better neutralize the FBI Deep State by squeezing their budget now. Same for CIA and all those “Intelligence” community agencies part of the executive branch that do not get with the President’s program right away.

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  7. Crystal says:

    OT, but have any of you read Daniel Greenfield’s latest over at Townhall dot com? He claims that big mouth Auntie MaxiPad (aka Maxine “she who refuses to shut her piehole” Waters) allegedly funneled $750,000 to her daughter and used taxpayer funds to bail out a bank affiliated with her husband. Now, isn’t that ducky? No wonder she resists Trump’s draining the swamp.

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    • WSB says:

      That’s been under the rug for years. Maxine’s fellow swamp creatures made sure of that. Not sure what the statute of limitations is, but that is why she is barking.

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    • StormyeyesC says:

      She charged for endorsements. Calif. Lovely Kamela Harris paid her twice. Many others paid her. Used her daughter as a conduit. All completely legal apparently. Laws need changing.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Oh it gets worse… there was a lengthy article in the LA TIMES a while back that just scorched her backside—–on her, her district, her husband, her daughter, the bail out of the bank, the fact she is insane and paranoid where she calls staffer all hours of the night and demands they come to her home, then makes them stay parked outside for hours and then sends them home unseen. You ever wake me up in the middle of the night for nothing with this BS — your phone number gets deleted and blocked. Boss or no boss….Get someone else you kiss your behind,.

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  8. gary says:

    Sundance
    I admit I’m a little confused, are you sharing with us that Mueller is not a problem for Trump? And we shouldn’t be worried which lawyers he hires to move forward?

    I understand the part about Comey being a master Liar and manipulator.

    I just can’t figure out your take on Mueller. Is Mueller a white hat , black hat, or grey hat?

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Gary,
      You are not alone, trust me. I’ve been so confused about this as well, and I just thought it was because I wasn’t the sharpest crayon. It is good to see from your comment and the people who have given it a thumbs up, we are not alone. I’ve read sentences and paragraphs multiple times to try and figure it out to no avail. Parts and pieces are slowly coming together, however, the puzzle is not completed to see the answer.

      I don’t know why Sundance doesn’t come right out and explain it, but I do know he has his reasons. I respect him for that, and know eventually will all come together. We just have to have a bit of patience and keep working on it ourselves.

      In addition, I noticed no one answered your question when most times people will jump in and do so, which I’m always grateful for. It’s also why I read so many of the comments under these articles hoping someone here will come out with the answer and how they came to the conclusion. I haven’t seen anyone come out and say it, but I haven’t read every single one under every related article. Some articles have over 800 comments. I can’t read through all of that. We must have some amazing moderators here.

      Gary, I will make a deal with you. If and when I find or figure it out, I will let you know. I am so hoping you will do the same for me too. It would be one less person left in the dark. 😁

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Don’t feel bad folks – I have to read Sundance’s articles two and three times most of the time and I still don’t completely get it. I guess he has his reasons, but sometimes I wish he would be less mysterious and just spit it out!

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      • boot says:

        This is probably not SD’s view … however this point I make now and again.
        Mueller was appointed by Rosenstein’s letter which is a legal document; DOJ’s Order 3915-2017. An SC’s appointment letter gives a “specific factual statement” of the matter to be investigated. An SC’s “jurisdiction” is limited to only the matters so defined. In Mueller’s case he is limited to a very narrow jurisdiction covering only the Russian government’s efforts to influence the presidential election as it relates to any collusion by individuals associated with the Trump campaign. It is widely alleged that the Russians committed criminal acts in trying to influence the election. Two of the most obvious might be the “hacking” of DNC’s server and the hacking of Podesta’s email account. Firstly, Mueller has conduct his own investigation and analysis to ensure beyond reasonable doubt that such criminal acts actually took place (not some sort of “assessment” as previously by the IC). Then Mueller has to link American individuals to these criminal acts. I think it is very highly improbable that Mueller can do this ….. but Mueller’s investigation may expose the actual facts relating to the DNC server “hack”.

        With this very narrowly defined jurisdiction, Mueller cannot exceed his authority and investigate issues arising in the transition period and after the inauguration unless they arise directly from the Russian efforts to influence the election. Therefore there has always been a very low potential risk of anything arising from Mueller’s investigation that would be personally very damaging to PDJT.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        Sundance does NOT want anyone to draw the wrong conclusions on what is written…the writing is done to stimulate your mind into putting the puzzle together to COME UP WITH YOUR OWN ANSWER(S) and to present that answer as a comment in what is written in these boxes. If you need help in UNDERSTANDING something, write down the SEQUENCES…reason for this…IT HELPS CONNECT THE DOTS IN A POSITIVE WAY…too many spend way too much time in the weeds and others come on this site and cause many to question their logic. PDJT said…”he has this and he would never lie to us”…in the military, if an op was going sideways…”LEAN INTO IT AND FORGE AHEAD”…not doing so, you loose, but in this case, WE THE PEOPLE LOOSE OUR COUNTRY…

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    • mikeyboo says:

      Water seeks it’s own level. If Comey is a POS I think it highly likely that his great pal, Mueller is also a POS.

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      • Maquis says:

        I am equally convinced of Mueller’s low morals. Hell, he should have refused the gig based on his conversation with Comey before his testimony where he revealed his criminal actions and the manner he was going to play them off as a desperate act of virtue. That’s the conspiracy here, Comey and everything he touches and corrupts.

        But Sundance says that AG “No Balls” Sessions and President Trump can monitor the investigation and Comey himself…I so pray they have surveillance on Comey and Crew…

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      • cali says:

        @mikeyboo: I am equally shaded when it comes to Mueller, Comey that includes also Rosenstein. The thing is Rosenstein clerked for Mueller during his FBI term ergo conflicted about his true intent while appearing to be a white hat.
        Sundance makes a great case against the leftist media as well as the rest of these slime balls however Rosenstein should have stopped the Obama holdovers giving Session bad advice that ended in his recusal. Rosenstein did not and I must ask who did he not assist his own boss??.
        Clarice Feldman has a great write-up and compilation today at American Thinker which is extensive.
        Then there is a great post at Aim.org that has a compilation about the corruption of Mueller and Comey et al.
        This is one big clusterf$$ck that could end either way but the goal has always been to remove Donald Trump.

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  9. 1IreneFlick3 says:

    I want the Washington Post, New York Times, CNN, CBS, NBC, and ABC to have to pay for all these bullshit investigations. Once they are over, I want to see a Class Action Lawsuit against every one of them stating malicious intent in their slander and libel against this administration. Let them pay back the money wasted of taxpayer dollars that should be going to useful things. Not this garbage!

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Here is my idea. There is a NEWS ( fact ) section and OP ED ( opinion) IN EVERY NEWS ORGANIZATION. Every time the paper prints a provable LIE or they should be fined a MILLION — second offence 2 million….. OP ED section say whatever you want….

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  10. Yes! Sundance writes the best articles!

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  11. peachteachr says:

    Great post. I was so distressed last week to read that Circa and Hannity were being deceived and doing Comey and the media’s work.
    This post makes sense and it includes the common sense of Pres. Trump’s voters. Add this to the CNN poll showing 70% support for the President.
    Keep praying. I think they mean to assassinate him.

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  12. IndiaMaria says:

    Next time WaPo publishes its next “big thing”, recall Pvt. Hudson from “Aliens” when you scan blocks of CTH “Wolverine’s” commentary shrieking like little girls doused with cold water….best quote is at 3:05 mark……

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  13. rjcylon says:

    “my sources are telling me he’s begun some preliminary planning”

    Based on what evidence? What small illegal thing did President Trump do to warrant a preliminary anything?

    “But he’s not yet made that momentous decision to go for a full-scale investigation.”

    Then what evidence is there for the unmomentous small scale investigation? A small scale or half scale or quarter scale investigation is STILL an investigation, so therefore I ask again to the wall “what small illegal thing did President Trump do to warrant a small scale investigation?”

    Big, small, I don’t care about the scale…. tell me the ONE THING President Trump did for this to even be something that is talked about in the first place?

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    • cali says:

      I agree! If he has not decided yet why was he in need to staff his office with Hillary and Obama operatives??

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    • K2P2 Ribbing says:

      In other words: He’s thinking about maybe starting to look into something that might possibly be evidence that perhaps has something to do with someone, and that someone could very well be Trump–or it could be anyone else in the universe!

      Got it?

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  14. rsanchez1990 says:

    All these stories coming out about what Mueller is/isn’t doing and is/isn’t planning… Why don’t they just ask Mueller? Why don’t they stop messing with anonymous sources and get to the man himself? If they wanted to get to the truth, they would just bring Mueller on air and ask him, or cite him directly in the paper. But they don’t…

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  15. mitrom says:

    So, let me get this straight,

    –Obama and his henchmen used the Intel agencies and the FBI to spy on Trump and his associates and start this bogus Russia-Trump investigation.

    –This bogus investigation goes on for 9 months without any evidence of collusion.

    –Obama holdovers and ex-Obama officials continually leak info to the media damaging to Trump and his associates (most turn out to be false and distorted). The liberal media has nonstop slanted coverage of this bogus investigation and throws out innuendos, fake news, and leftist propaganda.

    –When Trump fires Comey because of Comey’s numerous blunders (which the AG and Deputy and any reasonable person agree), the Dems/liberal media whine. So, Rosenstein buckles to pressure and hires Mueller as Special Counselor, who has a major conflict of interest with Comey (who is a material witness and possible a target of investigation).

    –Mueller ignores his conflict of interest with Comey and accepts the job (big red flag) and hires all these leftist lawyers with connections to the Dem party and Clintons.

    –At the same time, the Senate and House Intelligence Committees and the Senate Judiciary Committee conduct silly investigations into this bogus Russia-Trump connection, with ex-Obama officials (Brennan, Clapper, Yates, Comey) trying to put on a drama show (BTW – they have as much credibility as a serial liar). The Dems also try to put on a show with innuendos, fake narratives, and insisting there is something there, and keep trying to convince everyone that it’s not a witch hunt and that WE MUST get to the bottom of THIS. Yet, there is no evidence that (1) Russia actually had an impact on the election (no votes changed, etc.), (2) Trump or his associates colluded with the Russians, and (3) a crime was committed (except for unmasking of names, which of course is not being investigated).

    –Because to date, no one can find any collusion, the Dems and Mueller pivot to possible obstruction of justice even though (1) Trump has the right to fire Comey for any reason, (2) Comey/McCabe admitted that the investigation was not impeded, (3) Comey’s testimony and actions subsequent to meeting with Trump do not jive with his current “beliefs/feelings”, (4) Sessions and Rosenstein agreed that Comey should be fired (and so did Dems up to the second he was fired), and (5) Comey and others admitted that Trump did not order/direct him to stop any investigation (only I hope…).

    –Mueller, who is seriously conflicted, has free reign to expand the investigation into any area and any timeframe (in other words, it’s a fishing expedition).

    –Anytime Trump tweets or says the obvious (it’s a witch hunt, etc.), the Dems, liberal media, and RINOs criticize him and suggest that means he’s guilty. The only thing he’s guilty of is stating the obvious, having common sense, and stating what most Americans already know.

    DO THE DEMS, LIBERAL MEDIA, AND THE SWAMP EXPECT AMERICANS TO BELIEVE THIS NONSENSE?

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    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      “mitrom”

      Awesome post!

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    • luke says:

      Great summarization. You’re exactly right it’s a fishing expedition. The red flags are everywhere. It feels like I am living in an inverted world. That’s what bothers me the most. I want to see some offense out of the DOJ. Last time I checked we control it. Time to start making it work for the betterment of the American people. I know some people that need to be indicted.

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    • fangdog says:

      While the dogs are worrying a meatless bone, Trump is BBQing steaks. Trump has got more done in the past 6-months than any President in history. All practically unnoticed and without a lot of antagonism. In a way Trump welcomes the meatless bone worrying while Trump goes about the real issue….MAGA. ……small things affect small minds and it doesn’t get much smaller than a Libtard mind.

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      • bookman says:

        This. Trump and Bannon have transformed the Obama legacy from a socialist paradise to a free market machine in less than six months. This Russian thing is only helping T and B to do all of the heavy lifting completely under the radar. Imagine what can be done in 7 1/2 more years. Alinskyism is dying an agonizing death and the leftists don’t even see it coming!

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    • WSB says:

      Yes. Except most of them do not know how to use the internet for real news.

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      • fangdog says:

        It does not matter whether Libtards know the internet or do not know the internet.. All which matters is we won and we are in power.

        I was in a hot-bed of Libtards this weekend (Mill Valley relatives). No matter how idiotic they became, I reserved comment the whole time knowing it did not matter one penny what they said or thought.

        The only thing which mattered to me was Trump is moving at the speed of heat MAGA and these Libtard “useful idiots” might as well had been flotsam on a breaking wave. As for having a thing to do with the price of tea in China.

        I feel the same when it comes to all this Libtard Democrat and Deep State Investigate Trump BS. Picking fly-sh*t out of pepper would be more productive.

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    • alliwantissometruth says:

      “DO THE DEMS, LIBERAL MEDIA, AND THE SWAMP EXPECT AMERICANS TO BELIEVE THIS NONSENSE?”

      Well, they expect at least half of the country to believe it, & why not, when half of the country believes…

      Hillary Clinton isn’t corrupt or a criminal
      Obama was a great President
      The last Administration was scandal free
      Black Lives Matter is a civil rights group
      Colleges are educating our children
      The media delivers unbiased news
      Hollywood stars give intelligent & deep political insight
      Illegal aliens are only here to work
      “Refugees” are all women & children

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Great summary. Great comment.

      One small quibble, though…
      Obama and his henchmen invented the “Russians” story to cover for their illegal use of Intel agencies to spy on Trump.

      They needed to have a warrant on file, to justify their spying…a secret warrant…a warrant that would not be publicly filed.
      A warrant from a FICA judge is the only one that would be kept private.

      In order to get a FICA warrant…you have to show that there are ‘foreign entities’ involved.
      FICA is a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

      So they invented the whole “The Russians” excuse, in order to get a FICA warrant, in order to justify the illegal spying that they had already been doing.

      “The Russians” excuse then became a multi-purpose excuse, that they expanded to use for the DNC/WikiLeaks event and for Hillary losing the election.

      The DNC media were all too happy to grab up this false narrative that was given to them, and run with it.
      They don’t care if it’s true or not.
      They’ve been feeding the public lies for so long, they think we’re stupid enough to believe anything.

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      • Maquis says:

        Just about. But it’s a FISA Court Warrant.

        But yeah, the Bolsheviks will grasp at anything no matter how tenuous, vaporous, how transparently ridiculous it is. I swear, these people have the kinds of minds that would commit mass suicide to catch a ride on a passing comet. Their grasp of reality is that weak.

        Now, all we need is a great comet, some tweakage to Mein Kampf, Marx, it’s all the same, to sneak in an ultimate jump to a better world, because they’re so superior and this fallen world is so beneath them. Someone will have to lead the rabble though, you know, mix the Kool-Aid and promise that the rest of us will be destroyed by climate change without their virtuous selves and their tireless efforts that have held this world together for so long.

        Frankly, I refuse a “sarcasm” tag, this is too beautiful a dream to give it up. Ever.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Excellent mitrom. If people don’t get it = they don’t want to get it.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Yep– that about covers it. Good recap ; )

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Nice post Mitrom. One part for emphasis: Comey has brought his firing into the conversation. The reason he was fired was because of the Hillary emails. Comey did not follow DOJ policies which Mueller knows very well. That will have to be investigated as Comey is alleging he was afraid. And then there’s the matter of Loretta Lynch…..

      So bravo President Trump! Well done sir. Too bad Mr. Mueller is too busy being the Special Counsel to take the vacant FBI position. Gosh, PJT interviewed him and everything. What a shame…. Christopher Wray will do just fine.

      Good job for us, too bad for the Swamp….

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      • Maquis says:

        Good point Miss Oregon, we dodged a bullet there for sure!

        Grew up in Oregon. Miss it, badly, but like so many places, it’s not what it was when we were young.

        I will never accept living with radical in your face socialism and the Bum Magnet Policies and economic suicide.

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    • OnlyInAmerica says:

      Good question. I say no, but its their last card; the card of desperation.

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    • Alexsandra says:

      Look at this ridiculous article that I noticed when I opened my browser. Corny’s friend talks like a hysterical girl just like Corny. Crazytown.

      http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/friend-comey-experienced-%E2%80%98grotesque-impropriety%E2%80%99-from-trump/ar-BBCQHi0?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp

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    • eagledriver50 says:

      MITROM…YOU WIN THE INTERNET FOR THE DAY!!!…Good on ya’ dude!!!!!!!!!! Can’t put enough of these “!” due to what some are having trouble with here…Tango Yankee!!!

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    • Kaco says:

      I might send your excellent comment to Senator Portman, who is playing along according to the email response he had sent to me on an earlier message I sent him.

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  16. Mike says:

    “Toward that end, and to put a final nail in that manufactured narrative coffin,(…)”

    One narrative ends, another one is in play. Unless I’m missing my guess, we’re in the “violent communist revolution” one.

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  17. Realist says:

    America’s world laughing stock MEDIA is so deep in the swamp they need flotation devices they do not ;REPORT NEWS’ they merely INVENT DEMONCRAT PROPAGANDA.

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    • WSB says:

      To your point, I have a question to the attorneys here.

      We know leaking true sensified or classified information and Presidential conversations are possible crimes. What is the consequence of creating false information to create a fake impeachment of a sitting US Preisent and his Cabinet?

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      • WSB says:

        Tablet tar…President.

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      • Labouroflove says:

        se·di·tion
        səˈdiSH(ə)n/
        noun
        noun: sedition; plural noun: seditions

        conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.

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        • WSB says:

          Thought so. Comey could be in a LOT OF TROUBLE. Does this also hold true for the pressitutes who COLLUDED with Comey?

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          • Donna in Oregon says:

            So guess that is why there are so many on Mueller’s staff. This has never happened before. Recommend reading the FISC Memorandum that should be appealed to the Supreme Court. Spying on political enemies is Nixonian OH NOES!

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            • WSB says:

              So that’s cover terminology for Treason.

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              • Maquis says:

                They’ll take the First, Ammendment that is.

                We’ll keep the Second…

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              • Sean Supsky says:

                No, treason is different than sedition.

                As stated above:
                Labouroflove says:
                June 18, 2017 at 10:44 pm
                se·di·tion
                səˈdiSH(ə)n/
                noun
                noun: sedition; plural noun: seditions

                conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.

                Treason, on the other hand is defined as such at Cornell:

                Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.
                (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 807; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(2)(J), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2148.)

                Most often than not, the two are supplanted by each other.

                What the loony liberals (the ones speaking out against President Trump) are doing is sedition.

                What Obama, Hilary, McCain, etc., are doing is treason. Giving aid and comfort to America’s enemies (the creation and arming of the Daesh forces, allowing Ambassador Stevens to be murdered (the enemy encroached on American territory to get to Stevens)) by bringing militants into to the U.S. mainland to wage war against it’s citizens, that is, the incompatible refugees that were intentionally not screened.

                What that Bergdahl character did, by abandoning his post and going to the enemy, as well as causing the death of his fellow soldiers due to searching for him. (Though it is not being called that, if not for him, the 5 terrorists would not have been released.)

                Those are cases of treason.

                Believe it or not, even falling asleep while on watch could be a charge for treason for the simple fact that not being aware at your post could allow the enemy to mount an attack. Sleeping would then be considered giving aid and comfort to the enemy.

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          • eagledriver50 says:

            SEDITION CHARGES!!! YES…..

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        SEDITION CHARGES!!!

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  18. Mike diamond says:

    Comey should be under investigation for leaking to news media ! Letting Hillary off and the IRS scandel !

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  19. wheatietoo says:

    Mueller was FBI Director when the IRS Scandal began…and was going on.

    Mueller was FBI Director when Hillary was Sec of State…and when she was selling govt favors for contributions to her Clinton Foundation.

    Mueller is up to his eyeballs in all these scandals, because he was a part of the Obama administration.

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  20. SR says:

    I have a feeling that Trump knows what is going on and who these players are. Trump, DOJ, Mueller, FBI, Rats, Rino, Fake MSM and American people are on 8D cards and most of these people do not know Trump owns the cards.PTrump wants all the chips on the table and will show all AAA cards. I have another theory that all these Mueller inviestiation about Russia collusion will be going towards Seth Rich, DNC and Hillary. Ptrump can not open Hillary investigation and Rats, Fake MSM and RINO would not allow it so it’s a back door entry. All these leaks are part of the plan and including Ptrump twitter Let see next 6 months and rats have no message, no Russia, no collusion and no leader.

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  21. Ron says:

    Scott Adams made the point the other day that “Where there’s Smoke there’s Fire”…. OR… a Smoke Screen.

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  22. Troublemaker10 says:

    I pretty much assumed there was no obstruction Investigation because Rosenstein had not recused himself yet. There are likely some Dems pushing for it though.

    But like everyone else, I have no idea what crimes justified appointing Mueller? And I’m still mystified as to why Hillary’s campaign and Russian contacts aren’t ever as much worth looking at as Trump campaign.

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    • armie says:

      I’ve pretty much concluded that one clear measure of the effectiveness of any given player on our side is how much effort the dems are putting into knee-capping him. Whether it’s through trying to create division through false rumors that he’s on the outs with Trump, or various slanders, or demands for recusals, or any of their other sleazy tactics, when their usual “hit team” rushes to the microphones, you can pretty much count on the fact that they’re trying to neutralize a competent threat. The morons and the “go along to get along” crowd get ignored.

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  23. bigsy says:

    A couple of off the beaten path thoughts on this.

    Like calling someone racist, nazi or Hitler, is the lawfare tactic being driven to such an absolute absurdity that regular Americans are rejecting it en masse?

    If the rationale behind the strategy is to discourage Americans enough to drop out of the politcal process, as what happened in France yesterday, it will backfire, IMO.

    Americans have a much more varied platform and greater propensity for the expression of differing ideas than France (or Europe in general) in my experience, and the tactic of loading up an investigation with partisan lawyers will be sniffed out and Americans will begin to take the affront personally.

    Also, is all this furor at this particular point in time tied into the Georgia runoff? If Handel wins because voters have reacted personally to the latest events, after all the money that been poured into Ossoff’s campaign, what’s left in the anti-Trumpers quiver for 2018?

    I’m beginning to think this is an overreach by Trump opponents, maybe because it’s all they got left, and the best thing is to let them run with it until the hook gets set.

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  24. I knew the WaPo story was a lie. DID ANYONE NOTICE THAT THEIR “BREAKING NEWS” STORY CAME OUT THE VERY DAY OF THE SHOOTING IN VIRGINIA?? That was not an accident. They did NOT want the Republicans getting too much attention, so they very successfully got all the eyes OFF the shooting story.

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  25. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-06-18/big-collusion-narrative-keeps-melting-down
    excerpt: (well-said)

    Millions of American believe the worst about their current president, claims every bit as toxic in their own way as “truther” smears against George Bush or “birther” smears against Barack Obama.

    The Trump collusion narrative has gotten a far wider and more respectable hearing than either of the two conspiracy theories that plagued the Bush and Obama administrations.

    Truth is truth, and it’s important for responsible people to not just understand and respond to actual evidence – no matter where it leads – but also acknowledge its absence. And so far the absence of evidence points to Trump’s innocence of some of the worst allegations ever leveled against an American president or his senior team.

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  26. The biggest and most important reason why President Trump fired Comey was because he was stupid. Here is someone (Comey) with access to highly classified information not only leaking bogus claims to the press but the fact that he got caught. The more I learn about who has been running the show in government, the more I feel the need to shower. The lies and corruption stem from the government becoming one filthy disgusting cesspool.

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    • Kaco says:

      If what he is saying is, indeed, true, then why is the DOJ holding this back? The left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing?

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    • Howie says:

      Nunes, addressing GOP donors in Orange County, said that after searching for any evidence of collusion, “I said ‘OK, I don’t think there’s any collusion here.’ And what happened to me? All the major papers in the country did a total character assassination on me. Why? Because I was telling the truth, that there was never any collusion between Donald Trump and the Russians.”

      Now, Nunes said, “I have to ask myself, Was this really an investigation in search of a crime? And I will tell you, if that’s what it ends up being, there will be a huge, huge division in this country.”

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  27. Howie says:

    There seems to be nothing that Trump opponents will not say and no charge, however low, they will not stoop to making as long as it furthers the goal of removing Trump from office. But, alas, the liberal case against Trump rests upon little more than widely shared fictions and unsubstantiated claims about Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.
    https://consortiumnews.com/2017/06/16/the-fallacies-of-the-russia-truthers/

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  28. A2 says:

    As I have said numerous times, I am in complete agreement with Sundance’s analysis.

    It is all about the leaking and Comey (Inc) is the leaker in chief.

    The weak link in the leaker chain is the Manchester bombing leaks to the NYT. I do not think it was supposed to happen by the leaker network. but probably as a perquisite to the reporter so that the other stuff would fly. Could only come from the FBI leakerati. Follow that up.

    The tiny violins I keep hearing squeaking away, need to quit the tiny town orchestra or take up another instrument.

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  29. Thanks for the in depth article sundance! Our President Trump is several moves ahead of Comey, Inc. The new obstruction BS can’t be investigated by Mueller because he is a BFF of Comey and would have to resign or recuse. Mueller is a true nowhere man. MAGA

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  30. Why I wish WordPress had an ‘edit’ function like Disqus.

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  31. Howie says:

    CrowdStrike info

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  32. Howie says:

    Looks like Homey is the counterpart of Deep Throat in Watergate. Problem is that there is no burglary. He is more like Mike Nifong.

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  33. trumptea says:

    I’m not sure there are any “white hats” in the IC. I think they are pretty much all “black hats” at this point.

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  34. trumptea says:

    I’m not sure there are any “white hats” in the IC. I think they are pretty much all “black hats” at this point.

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  36. Eric Strickland says:

    I’m beginning to think that Trump is purposely having insiders leak fake news to destroy the credibility of the media and to embolden insider opponents to leak and get caught.
    .
    3D chess, my friends, 3D chess.

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