Sara Carter Discusses McMaster-Rice Conspiracy Theory With Sean Hannity…

Newly formed Circa News agent Sara Carter (Sinclair Media Group) appears on Sean Hannity to discuss her ongoing campaign against Trump’s National Security Adviser HR McMaster.

As we pointed out yesterday, the entire Sara Carter presentation of a letter from current NSA McMaster to former NSA Susan Rice appears to be a propaganda narrative. –DETAILS HERE–  Toward that end, Carter appears with Sean Hannity and misleads the audience about McMasters letter to Susan Rice.

Notice at 02:00 of the video Carter states Susan Rice has access to classified intelligence.  Technically this is correct, but only to historic intelligence work-product that Susan Rice previously saw or created.  Rice’s access is time-restricted. Carter infers Rice has access to current intelligence, which is entirely false; she does not.  Watch:

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Again, here’s the actual letter from McMaster to Rice. You can clearly see the time-restriction on the authorization memo.

I’m not exactly sure what Carter’s intent is with these misleading articles, and misleading statements, which are definitely not accidental.  Perhaps someone has a working theory as to what’s going on.

There’s a solid argument to be made that Ted Cruz-minded foreign policy officials are at odds with Trump-minded policy officials within the NSC.

[Forget Steve Bannon, his name/ideology added makes things too confusing – but don’t forget that throughout ’14, ’15 and early ’16 Bannon was a rigid Cruzbot.]

The current White House fracture, applauded by the Democrats, appears best defined between America-Second camps and America-First camps.  The America-Second camps are filled with Cruz-minded policy advocates; ie. Cruzbots.

Almost everyone on record against McMasters, policy officials and advocates in media, have a commonality within the #NeverTrump or anti-Trump crowd from 2015/2016.  This historic Cruzbot common connection cannot be accidental.

If McMasters is firing NSC Cruzbots, who are inherently predisposed to be NeverTrump, it makes sense those could be disgruntled leakers.  Additionally, the two leaked transcripts of private discussions between Trump and foreign leaders are controlled by the NSC.

Cruzbots are proud #NeverTrump Republicans, and are specifically self-defined by their vitriolic and entrenched views.  The Cruz-minded Republicans are also predisposed to be anti-populists and anti-nationalist.  They are expansionist minded; and they cheer gleefully each time Trump is attacked or undermined.

Everyone who watched the 2015/2016 GOP primary is very familiar with the perspective. The Wisconsin GOPe wing: Reince Priebus, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan et al, are also part of this network albeit with less of a vitriolic tone.

It stands to reason given their inherent anti-Trump predisposition, that this group might well be the underlying leak agents within the NSC (transcripts etc.), and in the larger White House battles.

Leaking to besmirch/attack Donald Trump also just sounds like Cruzbot behavior.  It could very well be that McMaster targeting this group for diminished policy influence is what’s causing the anti-Trumpism (leaks etc.) to reach a fevered pitch.  [See May 9th Article of Inner conflict]

The desperate and rabid vitriol against McMaster could be symptomatic of the America-Second marginalization.  The crew is really mad that McMaster doesn’t want to go to war with Iran; yet simultaneously snarking at him for favoring more troops in Afghanistan.

As this develops it will be interesting to see what happens. One pattern is brutally obvious: with a few ‘new media’ exceptions, all of the primary larger media types (sans Hannity) who are hyping up the anti-McMaster stories, are from the 2015/2016 camp of Ted Cruz endorsements.

It also appears some MAGA-minded people have been hoodwinked by the sheer scope of the propaganda against McMaster.  Until yesterday CTH was essentially ambivalent about McMaster and advanced no opinion.  However, the transparent commonality of the opposition toward him demands further review.  Additionally, Trump is a pretty keen judge of character in the long-term.

Whether Sara Carter is being hoodwinked into accepting feeder pellets from anti-Trump elements in DC was previously our question.  However, Carter’s willingness to sell this McMaster-Rice conspiracy, specifically though the use of misleading information, points toward her as a willing advocate and participant in the overall narrative.

By extension this ideological willingness to deceive defines ‘Sinclair Media’ (circa) into a similar space occupied by ‘Salem Media’ (Hot Air, Twitchy, Red State, Human Events etc.) as part of the larger “America-Second” media advocacy enterprise.

…That is to say an amalgam of opportunistic GOPe and Cruzbots.

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311 Responses to Sara Carter Discusses McMaster-Rice Conspiracy Theory With Sean Hannity…

  1. redtreesquirrel says:

    Thank you Sundance. That is the most clarity I have received on this McMasters matter since it began. I have noticed that the Cruzbot/Never Trumper channels on youtube are now out in force trying to shoot down the President’s credibility. (i.e. Bill Whittle and company) If ever the President needed our support it is right now.

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    • conservalicious says:

      Bill Whittle? Now that is what I call a disappointment.

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    • georgebauer3 says:

      Doesn’t this give her the right to all the unmasking information?
      Why would this be allowed?
      Sorry but I believe he’s a black hat.

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      • DeplorablePatriotInCa says:

        It only gives her access to stuff she’s already seen anyway.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Let’s put it this way: every bit of information she has been granted access to she’s leaked already if it was leaked at all.
        This Susan Rice thing is indeed a nothingburger…except it is doing a great job of herding people to the preferred opinion.

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      • Risasi says:

        One reason might be if she has to testify, then she will need access to her records so she can’t pull a “I don’t recall” like Hillary did. Instead it will be a lot of pleading the fifth!

        It also will prevent an argument of it being a witch hunt against her. A lot of this is probably about perception.

        “Complicated business” indeed.

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        • mimbler says:

          She can still say she doesn’t recall. This wouldn’t change that. It just helps her avoid perjury by refreshing her memory on exactly what evidence they have on her.

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    • Kathy says:

      My question- who specifically are the CRuzbot/Nevertrumpers from the NSC that were fired by McMasters. I’ve heard there were at least three. I’ve heard they were President Trumps picks. If I’m understanding the perspective of this article, the media and never Trump folks are the ones leading the negative coverage on McMasters. This makes sense- if it has been their people who McMaster let go- thereby decreasing their influence and ability to leak, etc….

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      • mimbler says:

        I find it hard to believe that in Obama’s NSC, the three most nevertrumpers are the three people appointed by PDJT.

        Doesn’t pass the smell test,

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        • svenwg says:

          If indeed they were appointed by President Trump himself but if they were appointed by Reinse Prebus or some other GOPe in the Whitehouse, then it does indeed pass the smell test!

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      • Obama was president for 8 years; McMaster was promoted to General about the time Obama took office and served his entire general officer career with Obama as his Commander in Chief.

        Eight years steeped in the Obama Administration’s “see no evil, hear not evil, speak no evil, Islam is the Religion of Peace” delusion. Which, apparently, he buys into 100%.

        The people he is getting rid of challenge that Orthodoxy, and are sounding the alarm about the Deep State embeds working to subvert President Trump. McMaster won’t stand for that, and he is firing them.

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        • NebraskaFilly says:

          That is what I see as well. Disagreeing with Sundance on this one.

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          • This letter still makes no sense. I had a clearance for many years, albeit at a much lower level, and once I no longer had that clearance, I was no longer allowed access in any way, shape or form to any classified documents, whether I had read them before or not.

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            • No, but you weren’t a cabinet officer.

              I agree with Sundance on this one: It is a routine practice/courtesy. HOWEVER, given the serious allegations about misconduct by Rice and other top Obama Administration officials it is at least a little concerning that everything is proceeded hunky-dory, nothing to see here.

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        • Mr. T. says:

          McMasters has even stated that many of the Obama holdovers are career people and the impression I got from his statement about that is that he’s more or less protecting them, when he should be looking closer at them as a possible source of leaks. That alone deeply troubles me. If some of the leakers are the ‘career people’ he is protecting, and should they be exposed as I hope they will, then most likely he’ll not only be removed from his position, but his military career will come to an end as well. That could hurt him financially because in order to collect retirement pay at his current rank, he has to have held that rank for no less than three years prior to retiring.

          I truly hope that McMasters has clean hands. President Trump trusts him. Our POTUS and our nation certainly don’t need another disappointment, such as another member of his inner circle being exposed as a fraud and possibly even a traitor to
          our nation.

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          • The kindest assessment I’ve heard is McMaster’s approach to the NSA is akin to taking over a command staff: He is about continuity and isn’t the sort to come in and turn the place upside down. There isn’t any maliciousness in it – he’s simply listening to the senior career people (remember – 8 years of Obama, they’re all Obama-ites) giving him an earful about these insubordinate disruptive yahoos who came in on Jan. 20 with that Flynn guy who got fired.

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            • Mr. T. says:

              Yes, I agree that the best way to take over is as you said, treat it like you’re taking over a command staff. However, when a high ranking General or Admiral assumes a new command, he or she usually brings along their own upper staff members, ones who he or she trusts and ones who know how he or she works so they can hit the ground running right after the change of command. I don’t know that McMasters has brought anybody along with him that he has worked with before and that he trusts. He will need eyes and ears who, as a member of the inner circle, can report back to him about issues that may come up, including who may be leaking information, and or working against our POTUS and not in the best interests of our nation.

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    • trapper says:

      Assume your best “suspicious cat” frame of mind when listening to anything Bill Whittle says. Atheist? Agnostic? Crackpot something? Who knows? All I know is when I put my Christian square up against him he doesn’t measure right. Anyone who turns on Trump is dead to me as someone to listen to..

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  2. Lunatic Fringe Phd (undocumented) says:

    Great analysis as always.

    Is it possible that Circa is simply trying to beat Send at their own game – specifically making big claims and who cares about truthiness?

    Don’t get me wrong I’m not saying they are doing heroic work or even on the right side.

    I’m just saying after seeing so much fake news being generated I imagine someone wanted to get them some of that, too.

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    • Lunatic Fringe Phd (undocumented) says:

      Not SEND but Dems at their own game.

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    • doit4atlas says:

      I agree with this. Whenever someone shows up out of the blue and becomes part of Hannity’s crew, there is always some angle. Carter is on Hannity every day and all her “bombshells” appear to be nothingburgers.

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      • Doug says:

        and isnt circa media sinclair group the potential new network being setup to become a new home for hannity et al?

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        • Doug says:

          wouldnt be surprised if Sinclair is using Hannitys current show on fox to promote the news outlet to his viewers on fox for his eventual move to a new news network if and when that happens. if hannity moved to sinclairs new news network than circa would be a sister publication to that news network

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      • Payday says:

        Nothingburgers only because no one “see Sessions” is doing anything to prosecute those she exposes.

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    • mztore says:

      Why, on several supposedly conservative sites are they putting out the word that McMasters is totally against Israel, and trying to throw Bannon under the bus also? What are we to believe when we hear nothing from President Trump himself? Putting your site on the spot as I’ve put your “letter” information out there, but I’m really confused now.

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  3. robertnotsowise says:

    Learned that Circa is now owned by Sinclair thanks to this piece. Sinclair Media making some big conservative moves lately. A friend of mine is on the board. Very pro trump

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    • starfcker says:

      First time I’ve ever listened to Sarah Carter open her trap. Listened to thirty seconds or so. Easy call. Enemy of the state. This is all inter-office gossip. There is no news here. Certainly nothing that helps make America great again. This is high school stuff. “My sources tell me that so and so said this and that about what this one said to that one. All delivered with breathless earnestness and urgency. She’s either a dupe or a fraud. Doesn’t matter which. Wise up Hanitty. You are being taken for a ride, and looking gullible in the process. Since when does micromanaging some staffer’s every move in the course of his duties ride to the level of news? Former NSA Rice needed access to her files. At this time she has not been charged with, or convicted of any wrongdoing whatsoever. Allowing her that access would be a perfunctory duty for McMasters, and a courtesy afforded to anyone who had previously served in that position. Some staff lawyer drew it up, and it passed his desk for signature. That’s not news. Focusing on it adds nothing to the conversation. What a load of crap.

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  4. JM Covfefe says:

    The first time I heard of Carter, she was doing the expose on Farkas. She looked very innocent and excited.

    She looks very different to me now, slightly devious and on a mission. I would love to see a Bombards Body Language on this video…

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    • conservalicious says:

      She is the same, it’s you that sees her differently. She probably a bit more nervous now since the news she is breaking would be enough to get the Clinton Killing Machine going!

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  5. Uncle Max says:

    All I know is, between the media, the Democrats and the GOPe/ #nevertrumpers… the whole enchilada, our democracy, is in , IMO, incredible danger. This has all spun out of any control, as if short-sided teenagers are making the decisions and thinking they can tear the Trump administration to the ground and somehow they can go back to the way things were. Nah… a line is being crossed that too many just don’t comprehend. I am really shocked it is all devolving to such a great extent, and basically, less than a handful are standing up and staying this is reckless and profound.

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  6. Ted Cruz will always carry the stench of the Bushes. When Jeb suspended his campaign, his brother, his sister-in-law, many of his campaign workers and many of his donors went straight to work for Lyin’ Ted…and Jebbie outright endorsed the guy. It doesn’t make any difference what anyone says, the Bushes clearly see Ted Cruz as one of their own…and that’s all we need to know.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      This point about the Bushes, sworn enemies of Trump, is very important. They would likely fall into both the Cruzbots AND the non-Cruz, more RINO #NeverTrump.

      I think there are definitely some Bushbots at work here, AND that some of them may actually be backing McMaster, BUT would love to see this divide work against Trump to alienate his base.

      So the situation is likely REALLY bad, with McMaster both taking heat and receiving support, with the effect of weakening the NSC, as well as Trump’s support.

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    • USMCLt says:

      Cruz was carefully groomed and positioned by the Bush mob to be the firewall candidate in the event that Jeb faltered. The maverick schtick was intended to fool people like us. And it was working pretty well until Trump came along and pulled the veil off of Lyin’ Ted, revealing the snivelling Bushie that he is.

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  7. wheatietoo says:

    I wonder if Sarah Carter was a Cruz supporter.

    Anyone know?

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  8. LibertyVibe says:

    Agreed! I have a bad feeling about McMaster. He seems disloyal, in a Nikki Haley-ish sort of way.

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  9. citizen817 says:

    Higgins is a Bannon ally, which places him in the American-second camp.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Bannon is not an America second guy at all! Where did you ever get that notion?

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      • mimbler says:

        Yes, Bannon is the inspiration for a lot of PDJT’s positions. That is why he is the target for so much flak. He really understands PDJT’s supporters.

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        • mj_inOC says:

          Yep, Bannon knows his stuff. He must stay.
          Fire McMaster.

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        • joshua says:

          Bannon WAS inspiration for attack plans…not for Execution of plans. Bannon is NO manager…he is a media strategic type only. He is also a Me First ego guy and not a team player at all.

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          • mimbler says:

            I disagree that he is a media strategic type only. He believes in the same things as PDJT’s supporters do, so he is a valuable person to support the correct ideological path.
            As to whether he is a good manager, I wouldn’t know. He isn’t in a manager position.

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            • joshua says:

              that is the point Bannon is NOT a manager, never has been…all his careers are either investment banker (fund raising and promoting a business) or director of efforts…never actually managing….always on the idea side.

              My point is Bannon is not qualified to direct the Trump managment team…only to provide ideas…which can easily be wrong…Investment venture guys are really good if they are correct one out of ten deals they invest in….but that is how they make money…that makes them wrong on nine out of ten deals.

              Trump has better track records than that in the business world.

              Bannon May or May Not fully be on board with all of Trump’s agenda….no one can know that out here in the peanut gallery watching the game play

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  10. filia.aurea says:

    This was a very helpful article, although I am still troubled that several people around the President openly contradict his policy positions. Included in this group are McMasters & Nimrata Haley for their bellicose statements on Syria. The Vice President while overseas (for the second time) misstating the President’s position, most recently on Russia. Mr. Pompeio contradicting the President in a speech at the Aspen Institute, and several other similar incidents.

    The AG is surrounded by Obama holdovers in the Department of Justice, and only 2 of the President’s nominees for DOJ have been confirmed. True to form, the Congress takes another month off work. The Pentagon is crawling with muslim brotherhood embeds, the war in Afghanistan is in its 16th year. Perhaps McMasters’ brilliant military mind along with his affinity for Islam, would be well-suited to sorting out Afghanistan. The Department of State is still loaded with holdovers and equal opportunity incompetents.

    This month is when a Muslim Immam takes up his post as Army Chaplain to 14,000 active duty troops. The Transition Team did not serve the President well. On a positive note, the V.P. has finally kicked off (3 months later) the team investigating fraudulent & ineligible votes. As the President said, he’s been left with a hell of a mess at home and abroad. Adding insult to injury, after 9 months of Russia fiction, we discover it was Rinse Preibus and Elijah Cummings who pushed for the appointment of Rosenstein, who should recuse or resign, as should Mueller – just by accepting the position, he’s greatly diminished his credibility. The swamp is a challenging business, glad the President’s taking time away from D.C.

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  11. All I know is McMasters has to go because a bunch of other people told me “McMasters has to go”.

    And now I’m super mega concerned.

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  12. LARS says:

    Great analysis Sir!

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  13. wolfmoon1776 says:

    I think I understand the REAL extent of the misleading here, and it’s rather horrifying. This was a REALLY SMOOTH distraction operation, and it’s actually tied to Mueller.

    On the Mueller thread, I describe the Asian communist technique of the fixed race which is being used against Trump. Please read that post to understand how Trump is being worked against by two horses – HIS which moves forward, and the OTHERS which don’t. This is the reverse of how communists normally sabotage organizations, where THEIR people move forward and their ENEMIES don’t. But the principle is the same – fix the race and distract away from the fix so nobody sees it.

    Here, what we should be noting is that NOTHING IS HAPPENING on Susan Rice. She’s getting her clearance, there is no question of it, and she’s just moving off as if nothing happened. It’s SLOW – it’s not terribly obvious, but THAT is how they do it. Very patiently.

    In an organization, the COMMUNIST gets the high-level clearance, and the NON-COMMUNIST “should get it really soon”, followed by “will get it next time for sure”, followed by “well, that’s a surprise, let’s wait and see if they correct that”, followed by “well, maybe next time”, etc., etc. Same with promotions, group memberships, etc. The commies advance, their enemies don’t.

    ONE communist can do an extraordinary amount of damage, as you can see.

    Susan Rice. Did her thesis claiming Robert Mugabe was a “moderate”. Same Rhodes Scholar background as Beelzebubba (Bill Clinton), even some of the same paths, if I’m not mistaken. And she’s getting access, with NO question about it, and nothing even happening on prosecutions for ANY of her actions.

    This is how they do it, folks. Slow, patient, deadly. We’re dealing with commies. And they have now weaponized this bit of news not against who it should be pointed against – Susan Rice – but McMaster! Amazing commie twist!

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Here is the link to my earlier description of the ChiCom technique, as used against Trump in the rigged Mueller process.

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/08/03/reports-mueller-empanels-grand-jury-first-subpoena-issued-to-donald-trump-jr/comment-page-3/#comment-4223166

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        PPS. I’m gonna get in a lot of trouble for saying this, but I’ll bet if people in the CIA go back and do an actual quantitative analysis of advancement, clearances, etc., over years, looking at relative rates, they can get a complete history of their mole infiltration which led up to their current crazy Marxist BS. Or if they’re so infiltrated that they won’t do it, somebody else can.

        Just sayin’.

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          Nice, perceptive anslysis, wolfmoon (I also read your remarks on the other thread). This has been a communist tactic almost from day one, but anyone can use it… It is as well-suited to globalist types as to communists, since their ultimate goal is the same: world domination.

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          • Jimmy Jack says:

            My issue about all of this is less about this letter – which appears to be some kind of setup – and more with the overarching concept that Rice played no role in unmasking and what seems to be a cover for Obama’s surveillance tactics. If McMaster has no problem with that then there’s no question he isn’t trustworthy.

            His ties to McCain are also problematic.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Somebody called McMaster a “prog” on this or another thread, and I think it does bring up the question of whether he’s a stealthy of some kind. However, I seriously doubt it. But I do think he’s key. I’m really thinking that he’s more of a “super-dupe” – that he is simply of a strong “anti-spy” mentality. This, in fact, is why he was so preferred by the radicals and the UniParty over Flynn.

              In other words, rather than be suspicious of the progs he’s being forced to work with, McMaster actively shuts out any thought that they might be up to something. That makes it a kind of psychological defense against internal self-conflict – one that is actually rather useful in our military structure under civilian control. But it appears in spades under McMaster.

              They targeted Flynn for a reason. They did NOT need a spy-hunter coming into a group probably filled with moles, dupes and stealthies.

              It would have been evolutionary under Obama. Generals and other high-ranking officers who were rightfully suspicious would have been weaned out, but those who were actively anti-suspicious would tend to be approved and remain. This explains why McMaster is not just “unbelieving” in the concept of Obama holdovers, but is actively against the concept.

              This is – ironically – not only why the sneaky Rice commies ousted Flynn, but why they were ABLE to oust Flynn.

              Flynn, as more of a spy type, is likely to behave in more cunning and duplicitous manners. So they just looked for him acting the part, and used it against him. They found a place where he over-suspected somebody – VP Pence – and BAM – they nailed him for it.

              These people are very cunning. They used Flynn’s caution against him.

              The “leading tweets” from Rice to McMaster give away the game. There should be more work product that backs this up. Stuff we can’t see in non-classified-land, but which shows her leading and him following, willfully blind.

              I’ll bet the Mossad is “alarmed” about McMaster at this point. With reason.

              Gotta admit, this is popcorn city!

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Globalists – yes – “top-shelf” dupes, in my opinion.

            Add some code for dupes, chumps, and suckas, too! 😉

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        • reenahovermale says:

          That’s actually a brilliant strategy.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            There are all kinds of great ways to enhance the model. Add in the negative concept to the focal moles and adjacent dupes one is looking for – known trustworthies and likely patriots who drop out in frustration, develop negative attitudes, start whistleblowing or wikileaking, etc. They are just as diagnostic, or likely MORE SO for infected streams, since they are not hidden by using dupes and other tricks to obscure the encysted moles.

            The model could even be sharpened by first building it on data from “unprotected” organizations that were known to be heavily infected by the ChiComs. Trust me – you will see ChiComs and dupes / blackmails / controlled advancing in such a fashion. And remember – a key camouflage tactic will be moving a non-ChiCom face forward as cover – filling out the landscape with safety, before moving the ChiComs themselves upward into strongly controlling and self-protecting positions.

            The animations of the process should be sufficiently shocking that the results sells themselves. Watch the red dots and pink dots move the key players forward properly. And new ones WILL be discovered. After a while, things diagnostic of HEALTHY streams will also turn up, and those can be used to advantage as well.

            The only way this analysis works, however, is total blinders off. Since they use PC like champs to cover sketchy hires and advancement, there can be no self-deception by PC in looking at this. In fact, the analysis has to be CRUEL in watching how safety is assured by advancing and abusing PC as part of it. Again, using PC and diversity concerns to move sketchies forward is diagnostic as well. Horrifying, isn’t it?

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            • reenahovermale says:

              Not horrifying, but it does make one watch their six, (and their nine and three lol). Very good analysis. VERY good.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I liked your explanation of the process when I first read it. Given what I know about the history of the rise of Red China, SE Asia, Latin America, and to a degree Eastern Europe/USSR I think there are numerous examples to support your argument and this practice is so entrenched most would recognize it most simply as a culture of corruption or ineptitude in those places.

        If you’ve read much of Rice’s written work she is a shockingly poor writer and I’d wager no great intellect. That said, it’s always smart to go back and look at the academic work from these leftists because they often show their truest ideological bent and reflect the views of those they’ve been most influenced by.

        It’s very obvious in Obama. His father’s academic work stated the belief that people should give 100% of their money in “taxes” to the state. And what was Obama’s book about him called but Dreams of My Father, a propaganda piece that refuses to call this idea communist but promotes the idea that his father was a brilliant intellect concerned with peace and justice. Michelle’s terribly written thesis was a racial grievance piece. And look to her numerous statements dominated by this same mindset despite being given race based advantages at elite schools and becoming the first black Flotus (all the while poor Michelle had to wake up in a house slaves built and be treated like an employee while shopping at Target).

        And then there’s the work of Valerie Jarrett, Van Jones, Soto Mayor, RBG, Holder, etc etc.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I see you’re also a fan of these people’s academic work! Awesome! Yeah, they hid Obama’s stuff pretty well. Sad that we never got a chance to know what the radicals were inflicting on us there. As you say, DOMF was a huge propaganda piece, but Obama/Ayers hid FMD like a champ. There were supposedly 5 references to him as “Frank” but no more. Even Wikipedia has nearly cleansed “Frank” of all but his “poet” background.

          That would be fun to look at Jarrett and Holder as well. Ah, I’ll bet there is some great stuff there, too.

          BTW, I saw you get into it with Wictor on Twitter, who – as you saw, is not one to take any kind of direct questioning. Hope he didn’t block you. Anyway, what I wanted to say is that I’ve noticed something interesting. His form of Twitter essays is – whether accidentally or purposely – designed to exploit some bug in the tweet-promotion algorithm on Twitter. One of his followers has picked up on this curiosity, and now gets heavily promoted in my stream. So we may want some of our people to take advantage of the format. Get an interesting story, tell it with a few pictures in a Twitter essay with parenthetical numbers at the beginning of each tweet, using replies to oneself, and you will JUMP in persistence in your followers’ timelines – possibly rising above shadowbans. Give it a try, and I bet I will see your tweets, which are currently shadowbanned from me, by and large.

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    • nhgardengram says:

      Makes sense to me, but Trump is smarter. and won’t be fooled. We have to take his lead and believe in him and pray for him. Good post.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Thanks! Oh, yes – Trump has been onto the game forever, and that’s why they feared him. The thing is, WE have to get onto the game like Trump, so that we can direct our fire properly.

        That’s where I think some of this is coming from – people directing our attention with motives. But what’s funny to me is that the Israelis are concerned about IRAN vis-a-vis the NSC, but in the process of exposing THAT, they have exposed the Obamacommies and their unhealthy residual control of the NSC. Nasty stuff.

        Yeah. Obama holdovers. THAT is a REAL problem. And if McMaster continues to protect them, I say it’s a problem. I like the guy on some things, but his willful blinders on Rice is highly disturbing.

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      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        Psalm 28

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  14. A2 says:

    Gen McMaster is not the problem. It is the Flynn (fired by being a liar, and he hasn’t disappointed as new reveals show that he lied again on his financial disclosures) plants and fellow travelers and supported by their ideological political supporters who are. No one here has questioned the credentials of the three amigos who were fired. Interesting that.

    I suspect the recent ‘leaks’ of the President’s transcripts with Mexican President and Aus PM were held back and leaked by these individuals. I am sure they have more ammunition to do maximum destruction to the President’s administration. Of course carefully edited and crafted to fit their agenda.

    Why does anyone take this report by Carter seriously? What she published (leaked) carefully avoids showing the other side of the correspondence. You need both to make an evaluation. By not revealing Ms Rice’s letter to the NSC, her reason’s for requesting access to historical documents, is a case in point. It suits the Neonevertrumpers and the democrats who are more than willing to play back-up.

    If you are not on the MAGA train, disembark. I will not wave good-bye.

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    • Deplorable Ukie says:

      ‘I will not wave good-bye.’ LOL

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I saw screen shots from Thomas Wictor’s tl where he shot down the Aus/Mexico transcripts efficiently. He says that’s an attempt to overwrite history to create a lie that will become entrenched. If you can see his tl he explains it well. I can’t or I’d link it.

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  15. Keln says:

    Perhaps someone has a working theory as to what’s going on.

    I have a working theory on what’s going on. I have for a while, but I mostly get met with anger when I point it out for some reason.

    Here is what is going on, in my lowly opinion. The Deep State, Political Establishment, whatever-you-want-to-call-them, have since the moment President Trump started getting his staff and cabinet picks into place, been systematically attacking each and every one of them. From Flynn to Sessions to Bannon to even his own sons and daughter.

    They leak from “anonymous sources” to the media complex, who then print it. A narrative is setup…not necessarily that said member of Trump’s team is bad or anything, but that said person is really “a swamp rat”. Various “pro-Trump” denizens of social media and regular media, from bloggers to Fox News to radio hosts to YouTube personalities to prolific Tweeters push this narrative endlessly, inviting Trump supporters to get on board with the latest member of Trump’s team to get outraged about.

    All without any actual proof of course. Proof, evidence, is one thing. But rumors are better. Conjecture is more appealing. OMG Trump is surrounded by enemies in his midst and if we don’t cry out about it, he’ll never know!

    This is the Establishment’s game. They want us to not trust in Trump. They want us to be suspicious of anyone in his circle. They want us to eat our own because they cannot defeat us directly. We’re too strong for that, so they want us to defeat ourselves.

    It reminds me of the Twilight Zone episode “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street”. Look it up, it’s a good episode. A happy neighborhood is suddenly tossed into a situation of suspicion and utter chaos as a result of a power outage and some rumors from a comic book. They turn on each other, neighbor on neighbor, believing each other are an enemy. That each other are aliens in fact.

    During all of this, the real aliens are watching in their spaceship in awe of how easily these people can be turned against each other using a simple thing like messing with their electricity.

    Science fiction to be sure, but the psychology of it is very real indeed. And Trump’s enemies are using it against us.

    Every time I see someone railing against Sessions, I hear the Deep State talking. Every time I see someone talking about McMaster being some swamp dweller, that’s the Deep State talking. That’s CNN and the WaPo, and yes, even Fox News talking.

    They want to isolate Trump. They want to put him on an island. They want to tear down any kind of team he can put together, so that he is powerless to do anything. And they can’t force that themselves. No, they need us to do it for them. They need us to demand his people are fired. They want us to believe anything his people do are against us and him.

    Is Sessions ineffective? I don’t know. I don’t work at the DOJ, so I don’t know what all he is doing there. The wheels of justice are very slow, something I do know, and I can at least accept that is why I haven’t seen widespread arrests yet. But I don’t really know what is going on behind the scenes.

    Is McMaster a swamp creature? I really don’t know. I’m not on the security council. I don’t know the man personally. I have not been involved in discussions between him and the president. I have no way of knowing if he is trustworthy other than that the President chose him.

    Are his staff or his cabinet untrustworthy? Again, I don’t know. I have no reason to believe one way or the other. Because I am not in the meetings. I am not privy to the President’s thinking or plans. I have no access to any of the departments, nor know what they are working on or planning. I don’t know what goes on in any of their heads.

    I, like many of you, cannot discern exactly what is truth and what is mere conjecture, and what is flat out lies. Because like most of you, my source of most information comes from a media complex that has been proved time and again to be deceptive. And like most of you, I am not a part of any inner circle that actually knows what is going on.

    But I trust Trump. I trust our President. I trust that he is capable and intelligent enough to know who around him he can trust. To know when he should fire someone. To know how to use people that might actually be opposed to him in a way that benefits him, whether they realize it or not. I trust that Trump knows far more than any of us does. And I trust that he has the instincts to navigate the Swamp without our help or “concerns”. That all he needs is our unwavering support.

    I trust President Trump. Do you?

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The 3 D’s – DISTRACT, DISCREDIT, DESTROY.

      What you are talking about does all three. So yeah, I agree 100%. And we’ve let the b#stards do it.

      Now – combine that with the “fixed race” I’m talking about, above, and it shows that they are distracting from the non-prosecution of REAL CRIMES by the very people who judge Trump. They have us complaining about OUR people and not THEIRS.

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    • starfcker says:

      Yes Keln, I do.

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    • Deplorable Ukie says:

      Keln, thank you.
      ‘I trust our President. I trust that he is capable and intelligent enough to know who around him he can trust.’
      So simple and so true!

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    • doit4atlas says:

      Agree 100% ! And I know that Twilight Zone episode…incredibly chilling show.

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    • Joshua2415 says:

      Excellent post Keln.
      I will also suggest that the root of the latest McMaster “controversy” may be no more sinister than a new internet “news”agency trying to generate buzz from their fellow media travelers. The economic reality for the media today is that page clicks generate revenue, and scandal generates page clicks. Accuracy and truth do not. It is the digital version of the old “If it bleeds, it leads” mentality. Sadly, it works.

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      • “I will also suggest that the root of the latest McMaster “controversy” may be no more sinister than a new internet “news”agency trying to generate buzz from their fellow media travelers.”

        I was thinking the same. Sara Carter is being given a platform by Sean Hannity so, of course, she’s going to use it. As soon as her reporting is no longer sensational, the platform will be given to somebody else. It’s called ratings.

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      • Remington..... says:

        Well said, Keln. Remember, the folks who are instigating all of this, the IC, do this for a living. Normally this is done in other Countries to disrupt, and overthrow governments. Now they are using those same talents on the American people – our Gov’t.;With all the evil they can conjure up. It’s like one of those old Mission Impossible episodes.

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    • lizzieintexas says:

      Yes. I trust PDJT 100%.

      Good comment Keln.

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      So what if Bannon were the source of this? He would have had access to every single thing about McMaster that has been leaked.

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      • NYGuy54 says:

        My own opinion is that McMaster is not long for this position. I am getting the feeling that neither Bannon nor Pres Trump like this guy. I think they both feel he was a mistake. So his departure is going to happen soon. That’s why I am suggesting that Bannon is the source.

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        • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

          McMaster is a snake in the grass. The onionhead needs to go join his pals Clapper & Brennan. There he will be free to openly p!ss & moan about Trump’s AMERICA FIRST agenda all he wants . . . from the outside looking in.

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    • Keon, I agree with you. The people that are being manipulated need to step back and think this through. They are the problem right now.

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    • Flightmedic16 says:

      Great analysis! Every time PDJT fulfills one his campaign promises, another story comes out about a “traitor in the White House”.
      We survived 8 years of Bush and another 8 years of Bathhouse Barry. The least I can do is be patient with the President. Give him time to do his thing, trust in his overall situational awareness, and thank Heavenly Father that HRC is not in the White House!

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    • Sherlock says:

      Your twilight zone episode nod is exactly on point. Great episode. I wish it could be played here and we would from time to time recognize ourselves in various roles, I think. Cohesive group instantly shattered by finger pointing and suspicion, all watched with amusement from the top of the hill. Great great analogy.

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      • Sherlock says:

        For those that have forgotten it: Small town USA. Lights go out, electrical anomalies, cars won’t start. People begin suspecting aliens have landed. One guy can start his car and immediately he falls under suspicion. Then another, then back to the first guy, etc. Lights go on in one house, that family under suspicion. Finally they are all pointing at each other as the intruder/alien/bad guy. Town dissolves into chaos, people shot, etc Final shot in episode is a couple of aliens on top of the hill looking down on the carnage their experiment has caused.

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    • mimbler says:

      Yes, I trust him to do his best, and I trust that he will make mistakes as all humans do.

      I trust him when he says Sessions is not doing his job. I trust him when he says Sessions disappointed him by recusing. I trust him when he says Sessions should be going after Hillary. I trust him when he says Sessions should be going after leakers.

      People can hold whatever opinion they want on Sessions. All the facts are not yet on the table. What isn’t legitimate, is to say that people who have a negative opinion of Sessions don’t trust PDJT.

      You would have to place PDJT in the camp of not trusting PDJT to make that logical.

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      • joshua says:

        Many people do not understand how President Trump the seasoned deal maker WORKS.
        He says many things FOR EFFECT…and if you constantly take those things as the God’s only truth and his committment to carry forward an idea as an immutable constant never waivering or tacking into the wind as the path changes ahead…you are just what the MSM and AntiTrump crowd NEED AND WANT to be their little sheeple worriers and complainers….that is how they make propaganda seem like facts.

        Examples are the conversation with Australian PM and the Pres of Mexico which were leaked…..now all the NeverTrump crowd can claim he is disingenuous in his promises…but they are using ignorance in deal making on the part of MSM readers and citizens to create a false narrative. Trump will say things to another nation’s leader, that are not part of the immediate plan he has to make a deal….he is “temporarily taking out the lumps” as he explained clearly throughtout his campaign.

        He is the master…and we are NOT….but if you take his stuff out of the context HE IS USING…because you need to attack him, or because you do not understand the Art of The Deal….well more fools you.

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    • Jennifer Kashani says:

      Exactly right Keln! We the public are unfortunately in a position to need to rely on others for our information about what is going on in our government precisely because we can’t be there in person to hear for ourselves what is being said and done. This seems to me to be the heart of a problem that the media has been only too happy to solve. I have been led to this site through my search for truth and now it is almost my only source for news that is real. I also trust our president and this is just another example of how many enemies he has and how amazing it is that he can still be winning in such an environment!

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      • joshua says:

        and of Recent….this site, a magnificent honest site with excellent analytics provided by SD has been INVADED by trolls and worry bots that pose all manner of what ifs and why nots and who is comments to distract serious minded MAGA committed people who are here legitimately and not propaganda tools, from staying on the straight and narrow fact based narratives. We might question to LEARN, but not to PROMOTE.

        If you are here as a newcomer, or as a seasoned old CTH branch member….you know what happens when spys and traitors infiltrate…and this is happening regularly now every day…..even the criticisms of SD are part of this deal…..get this truth…SD is just RARELY wrong…but is NEVER blind sighted due to believing mud slung against the opinion wall.

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    • FofBW says:

      This needs to be re-posted on the President thread. My observation exactly.

      Seems they (black hats) are also using their concern trolls to full effect.

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    • joshua says:

      keln….outstanding position paper comments. absolutely and totally agree with every point you made and identify personally with the conclusion. thx.

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    • janc1955 says:

      Great post, Keln. Guilty as charged regarding distrust of Sessions, though I want to see what happens today (and quite frankly expect to be disappointed). I do think, if only for the sake of public appearances while, hopefully, good stuff is happening behind the scenes, someone on PDJTs team needs to be speaking up for him daily, and perhaps multiple times a day. Because much of the time it feels as though no one in his admin has his back.

      The other thing I’m guilty of is projecting my high state of agitation and stress onto PDJT. I realize that’s what I’m doing, in real time even.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I’m surprised you get attacked for this. It seems pretty obvious to me.

      In simpler terms women would recognize Thur process you described as something we do when we want to get men to do something. Rather than tell them to or nah we set it up so they think doing what we want is their idea. Mission accomplished with no pushback.

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    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      Yes, I trust our President. I also trust his judgment. My problem with McMaster is that I do not believe he understands the religion of hate and rape. That is an evil straight from the pit of hel. It is evil and it is dangerous. We need people advising the President who understands that. Read their documents. Listen to their scholars. We cannot give an inch with them. As for Sessions. His recusal has created problems. He is going after the easy targets while the criminal actors in DC are not being held accountable for their crimes.

      Above all I trust God. I have put it all in His hands because at the end of the day His sovereign will wil be done. I will continue to pray for my President. He is not about to lose my support any time soon.

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    • Rick says:

      Keln, great post.

      Yes, I have been a bit guilty of late with losing patience with Sessions. Perhaps because of frustration, knowing that the President needs offensive firepower to combat evil. I see Sessions more like a strong defense. Your best statement was the last. Yes, I trust President Trump. However, I’m not so much a fool and less intelligent because I am not part of any inner circle to know what’s really going on.

      I am a retired Sales & Marketing Executive that was at the top of a $1B annual sales plan and I think I know when I’m being sold a bill of goods. My point is not about me but the many smart folks that comment here. It is not about questioning the judgment of PDJT in regard to who he brings into his inner circle or who he asks to help support his agenda or what they all know.

      The smart money already knows that the whole system of “for the people” is an old forgotten cliche in the present world, disregard by Globalists and Elite. No matter how dedicated, smart, sincere, and best-intentioned our President is, a one man wrecking ball is not going to bring down the Deep State and Globalist movement of Agenda 21 unless the warriors on his team start a major offensive. There are two schools of thought, a great defense makes a good offense or a great offense allows the defense to rest and be strong when called upon. I am of the belief that the latter is best in today’s world.

      The MSM and the anti-Trump sycophants are all on their own self-serving path. It’s not ever about doing what is right or what common sense would suggest, it’s always about someone else’s personal agenda these days. PDJT’s and (the Peoples) agenda becomes too burdensome for the mass of humanity and it certainly does not allow for elite privilege, which is so cherished by the above parties.

      It is this resistance that has become so entrenched EVERYWHERE that no one can be trusted. News is no longer filtered in 100% truth and accuracy these days. Sensationalism sells and creates ad money and ratings. We’re not playing Truth or Consequences these days in regard to the media. Hell, anyone can start a blog and make it to the top, without fact checking these days.

      Sara Carter is no different than Diamond & Silk. Where the hell did they come from? Don’t get me wrong, I love those ladies but let’s be brutally honest, they have nothing more to offer than most anyone here and millions more of Americans but now they’re being featured on Cable Hannity for their opinions. All these pundits are in it for their own enrichment. Now, there’s nothing wrong with that, but it just should always make us a little more cautious these days before we believe something or anything. That in itself is the problem, there are no FACT CHECKERS AND OPPOSITE OPINIONS ALLOWED these days.

      Any view of dissent from MSM or Liberal thinking is heresy and you are labeled anything from an Islamaphobe to a homophobe to a racist or worse yet a hater that should be killed and wiped off the planet for your beliefs. Praise Allah! As far as I’m concerned, I have my faith that guides me and while I hope for the best, I always pray for my soul because I see that this World can erupt at any moment, over any cause. That is because here on Earth, it is Satan’s agenda that is being driven these days. Not God’s. Secularism is the in thing and inclusion and diversity is about accepting Islam. No thanks, for me!

      Our President has done a remarkable job against all odds trying to raise awareness to God within his narrative. I see PDJT as just another messenger, like many that has proceeded him for the Father. He is a harbinger of things to come, that have already been written about thousands of years ago. All this BS really can be drilled down to two words….Good & Evil.

      Keln, please permit me to modify your ending as follows:
      I trust Good vs. Evil, do you?

      Anyone walking the face of this earth can honestly answer that question. For now, Evil is in command, but future events which may involve all of us, will turn the tide once again.

      May God bless America.

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      • joshua says:

        Rick…there is Selling…and then there is Merchandising and Marketing.
        The art of Trump’s deal is not about selling….he is good at that up to a point…getting his prospect aroused…but he is mostly talented at closing the sale…the deal…..

        and Marketing is what Diamond and Silk and several other are about….they are the ads for the product….and they are the emotional tirade against the competition.

        This Trump MAGA is about a large item sale to a disinterested buyer with a lot of do nothing competition from those that want him to fail in closing and to be destroyed in the process. There is no EVIL going on…unless you want to just call Humanity a flawed bunch…which is flawed, but not Satanic that want to destroy.

        The Status Quo folks want what they want…they are not about social or human or community or personal needs or interests…they are about power and money and greed.
        Those are characteristics of sinners maybe using a spiritual context…but not necessarily Evil.

        Trump just needs some powerful Merchandising help, some consistent references in winning, and some large failures on the part of his competitors….this is a long term sale of Trillion Dollar proportions…..

        And I know selling and sales management from both experience and from the CEO and Board level. Trump ain’t selling widgets here.

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        • Rick says:

          The nice thing is we can agree to disagree. I’m not going to argue with your secular approach to there not being evil out there. I’ve seen enough with my own eyes to know that power and money and greed certainly do lead to things that human nature finds appalling.

          The President is selling my friend. Every time he rallies he’s selling a message to people of faith and he invokes God’s name when he’s behind that microphone. Almost 63M Product Merchandisers voted for the President. That’s pretty powerful merchandising. The problem is that the features and benefits are not being clearly articulated to the people who are willing to resist the voice of the people. I read somewhere that 50% of the world’s wealth is owned by so few in number. The influence there, is to be questioned for Good and Evil in my mind. It’s a good start for sure. Six major media conglomerates own the entire message we hear daily. That’s a lot of merchandising power. In my eyes, it’s all anti-Trump, anti-Good.

          Have a great day!

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Whoa. Please, no reason to take a swipe at Diamond & Silk. They are “the good guys.”

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        • Rick says:

          Swipe? Get lost. I said I love those ladies. It’s just that they have seized on an opportunity; and I parallel their positive effort to the same effort that those that oppose the President are trying to gain through the media.

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    • blognificentbee says:

      Great analysis. I especially agree wit the point that “they” are trying to take down an opportunity for POTUS to put together an effective team.

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      • CountryclassVulgarian says:

        Remember the reminders that trillions are at stake? If our President gets an effective MAGA team in place what happens to the agenda of those for whom those trillions are the be all and end all?

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    • Bamalaker says:

      Keln
      Excellent post! Excellent example! Thank you for everything you wrote. I trust Donald J Trump!

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    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      About partway through the throw Sessions to the dogs stuff, I wondered…exactly WHAT has Jeff Sessions been doing???

      He’s been very, very busy!

      This is the page for Press Releases from the Dept. of Justice!

      Cool stuff!

      https://www.justice.gov/news?f%5B0%5D=field_pr_date%3A2017

      So, although Sessions isn’t in the public eye much, and he did recuse himself on Russia, he has been very busy.

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      • Keln says:

        My favorite was the outrage (THE OUTRAGE!) of “what is Sessions doing in South America? He should be here doing his job!!!”

        Uh, because he was down there talking to various officials about MS-13…working on President Trump’s current push to destroy MS-13.

        People are impatient and stubborn. They want everything they want NOW, and if someone isn’t giving it to them, they are ready to throw them under the bus.

        I should point out that the Wall still isn’t built, tax reform has not happened, Obamacare has not been repealed and replaced, the Swamp is far from drained, and the economy, while getting better, is nowhere near recovered.

        Yet the same people ready to rail against President Trump’s people give him a free pass. So not only is Trump “blind” or something, since he needs all of these people on the internet to tell him who to trust and who to fire, but he’s also “helpless” and so it’s “not his fault” the big ticket items aren’t being done.

        How about President Trump AND his staff AND his cabinet are all capable, working hard, and know very well what is happening around them.

        And how about things simply take time? Big ticket items are “big ticket” because they take a lot of time and effort to make happen. Yes, that includes prosecuting political power players.

        And maybe, just maybe, the President is smart enough to know who he’ll need to replace going forward without help from the outrage brigade.

        And finally, perhaps what you see from the President and his team is what he wants his opponents to see, not necessarily what he wants you to see.

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  16. Keep in mind, all media has an agenda and first and foremost it’s about $$ and most do not report with 100% accuracy. Some will even go out of their way to make mountains out of molehills, they need an audience to survive.

    Obama and his crew, democrats, RINOs, NeverTrumpers, and the lying fake news media would love nothing more than to cause division within Trump’s administration, including creating over the top scenarios in order to cause paranoia with Trump supporters. The end result is that we come off sounding as though we don’t trust President Trump’s judgement. President Trump is no fool and knows a lot more behind the scenes than we do.

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  17. Peter says:

    SD – your picture of cruzbots features Dr Gorka , it would seem . Can you clarify? Albeit a younger looking doctor G.

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  18. starfcker says:

    That’s Jonah Goldberg, not Gorka

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  20. Charles says:

    “It also appears some MAGA-minded people have been hoodwinked by the sheer scope of the propaganda against McMaster. ”

    Or maybe we just don’t trust someone who removed Bannon and Higgins from the NSC but helps Susan Rice? Helps the same Susan Rice who knowingly pushed the Benghazi video narrative and unmasked President Trump & his aides.

    There are a lot of reasons for all sides, including Trump supporters, to be against McMaster.

    Does that mean we don’t trust President Trump? No. We were against Priebus as well, all the time Trump gave him rope. And we questioned Spicer’s fitness for the demands of his job. And we have questioned the damage Sessions’ recusal has caused. Apparantly, so has President Trump.

    And we’ve been questioning McMaster. Obviously we don’t everything Trump knows, but there are reasons for us ignorant Deplorables to not trust McMaster. Helping Rice was the last straw.

    Does that mean the “Cruzbots”, “NeverTrumpers”, “Obama holdovers” and “IsraelFirsters” aren’t pushing a narrative? Certainly not, of course they are. But their narrative-pushing doesn’t excuse McMaster’s removal of Higgins and Bannon, and helping Rice.

    Just because others are pushing an anti-McMaster narrative, doesn’t mean McMaster has to be trusted for removing Higgins, Bannon and now helping Susan Rice of all people.

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    • smiley says:

      good comment, Charles.

      totally agree.

      well-put.

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    • joshua says:

      No competent MANAGER with a stated mission task and goal, would TOLERATE Steve Bannon poking around their turf…..he is a movie maker turned Breitbart guy who has some ideas about playing tough guy poker. He is NOT a manager.

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      • Charles says:

        The problem, I suspect, is McMaster’s mindset is that he is trying to build “unit cohesion” to achieve a mission that he thinks is not affected by Islam or Iran. His job, IMO, is more like global-political wargaming wherein the possible threats from all sources needs to be assesed and countered, and instead of trying to get Nationalists (like Bannon and Higgins) and the “Obama holdovers”, “Israel firsters”, “never trumpers”, et. al. to think alike, accept that they have different mindsets and pit their ideologies against each other and “wargame” out the strengths and weaknesses of each scenario.

        Eliminating mindsets McMaster views as incompatible or unthreatening with his world-view only results in flawed threat assessments. To that end, Bannon could “ideate” Nationalist responses to globalist threats – ideas I would imagine President Trump would like to see “gamed out”. Just because Bannon made movies and edited at Brieitbart doesn’t mean his contributions are wrong. The NSC is not a place for “thought police” looking back, rather it is a place to assess the strengths and weakness of thinking ahead.

        President Trump obviously values some of Bannon’s input, and is able to sort what he values from what he doesn’t without excluding Bannon altogether. McMaster needs to do the same with his entire team (or the team he used to have).

        Now if someone is leaking, that is grounds for firing and stripping of security clearances (see Susan Rice).

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        • Charles says:

          To parphrase and old adage, if McMaster elimnates the screwdrivers & saws and retains only hammers in his tool box, he’ll be forced to treat every problem as a nail.

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        • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

          Lt. Gen. Herbert Raymond McMasters is your standard DC swamp Islam apologist and closet globalist; and, as such, diametrically opposed to Bannon’s beware of Muslims bearing gifts “America First” philosophy. That’s why the two don’t get along. Fortunately the President trusts Bannon more than HRM.

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          • windwardman says:

            Good points, Vespucciland.

            If you don’t fully grasp the threat that Islam (not ‘Islamists’) poses, you won’t understand the danger McMaster being the NSA poses.

            From John Guandolo, a top expert on the Islamic threat (article link: https://www.understandingthethreat.com/warnings-of-usg-penetration/):

            “This particular firing is significant because Richard Higgins ran the Pentagon’s Combatting Terrorism and Technical Support Office before joining the President’s National Security team. From UTT’s [Understanding the Threat] perspective, Higgins was the most knowledgeable and strategically savvy man inside the national security apparatus with regards to the Islamic Movement and its marriage to the hard-left Marxist Movement.

            “Higgins’ firing is another victory for our enemies, and they know it.”

            . . .

            “Readers should know that after the election of President Trump, UTT worked with a couple allies and brought to light that one of the two men vetting national security positions for the administration was a self-professed Christian conservative who was sympathetic to the Muslim Brotherhood and was excluding all individuals who had an understanding of the Islamic threat from getting hired.

            “Herbert McMaster has made it clear he does not understand the threat from the Islamic Movement. One of his many comments about Islamic jihadis includes: “Groups like ISIL who use this irreligious ideology…this perverted interpretation of religion to justify violence, they depend on ignorance.”

            “The enemy definitely depends on ignorance for its successes.

            “Mr. McMaster’s counter-factual understanding of Islam and jihad are the intentional outcome of the Islamic Movement’s hostile information campaign which ensures our leaders and security professionals never get a reality/fact-based understanding of the Islamic threat because our leaders rely on our enemies – Muslim Brotherhood advisors – to tell us how to fight this war.

            “Our enemy controls the narrative.

            “This is also why federal/state/local law enforcement are shocked by the information they receive in UTT’s training programs. FBI JTTF agents/officers and local police are unaware of the MB’s extensive jihadi network in he U.S. and how active the network is in communities all across America, and how much the MB has penetrated our society, especially the federal government.”

            . . .

            “This is how the Red-Green Axis (Marxists working together with jihadis) works to control the message. Terrorist groups like CAIR work with local media, the ACLU, the SPLC and others to shut down all discussion of threats related to Islam.

            “The warnings given to America by Congresswoman Sue Myrick eight years ago were in line with our enemy’s stated plan and supported by evidence collected by Chris Gaubatz inside the Muslim Brotherhood’s Hamas front group CAIR.

            “Now we see it all coming to fruition.

            “This begs the question: Why is Herbert McMaster, the National Security Advisor to the President of the United States, purging the National Security team of people who understand the threats (Richard Higgins and others) and ensuring others who also have a deep strategic understanding of the threats–like Stephen Coughlin–are not brought onboard?

            “This battle to get and keep professionals who understand the threat inside our national security apparatus is the Gettysburg of this war.

            “This “New Battle of Gettysburg” is a battle for a reality-based assessment of real threats from which a strategy for victory can be built versus establishment statists who refuse to identify and destroy America’s enemies. It is a battle inside the White House and the national security sector of our government which will cripple America’s ability to fight and win this war going forward if it is lost.

            “We must win this battle, and it must begin with firing of Mr. McMaster.

            “If Americans allow men like Herbert McMaster to continue to push a counter-factual narrative of the threat we face and keep those who understand the threat out of our national security apparatus, America will not have a functional national security apparatus inside the federal government for decades to come.

            “UTT continues to clearly articulate this war – because it is an insurgency – will be won or lost at the local level. However, victory will come more swiftly if the federal government is also focused on identifying and defeating the enemy.”

            About John Guandolo:
            John Guandolo is a U.S. Naval Academy graduate, served as an Infantry/Reconnaissance officer in the United States Marines and is a combat veteran, served as a Special Agent in the FBI from 1996-2008, and was recruited out of the FBI by the Department of Defense to conduct strategic analysis of the Islamic threat. He is the President and Founder of Understanding the Threat (UTT).

            To more fully understand the Islamic threat, here are the PowerPoint files from Stephen Coughlin’s presentation (permission given to me personally by Mr. Coughlin to disseminate them) on Islam’s (not ‘Islamists”) plans for, and success in, the infiltration of the U.S. government and the rest of the country, with the goal of a worldwide caliphate:

            http://www.mediafire.com/file/btsrpqwcyoccrxb/Stephen_Coughlin%27s_Presentation_Files.zip

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        You’re grossly understating Brannon’s background. He’s incredibly accomplished and quite frankly brilliant. He’s not just some media hack.

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        • joshua says:

          I do not understate anything about Bannon. He was a investment guy for Goldman…he learned venture investing…he did some project managment gigs and started his own venture investment group into the world of media movie making….and then he took over Exec role at Breitbart….he is NO Andrew Breitbart…and he may be smart but smart is not enough….strategic is the deal, and Brannon is personally strategic, but sometimes all wrapped up in HIS strategy only, and needs to eliminate competitive opinions and strategies…he is NO TEAM PLAYER….Trump needs input, but he needs loyalty. Bannon is not a loyal personality. His accomplishments are ok, not brilliant IMO.

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  21. Guillermo Maguire says:

    Lots of good comments and analysis here, as always. Perhaps some “connect the dots” thinking on the digital data. Just how compromised is every politician, justice, lawyer, general, etc due to the Pakistani IT brothers and friendS. Anyone in IT can tell you these guys “owned” way more info then the fluff on DNC servers. They had been working there for a long time.

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  22. Anchored says:

    This is all smoke and mirrors. McMaster has no actual clout in his position. Trump makes all the decisions. Read his letter, which clearly says Rice only has access to her own intelligence documents. Someone is behind all of these “leaks” in order to promote fake news.

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    • BGPGuy says:

      We are at the phase in this where the old regime needs to start preparing their defense to either or both independent counsels, grand juries, civil suits, FOIA requests, and weak congressional committee investigations, to cover their tracks or face jail. This is not a debate over the power of his office, but the reason behind this action. Maybe Susan wrote her excuses as she unmasked, maybe she didn’t, the point is she should not be given access now, and if she is, why?

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    • mimbler says:

      The document says she has access to every thing she has reviewed as well. That is extremely broad.

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      • Anchored says:

        No, it is not extremely broad. It is specifically limited only to what she herself had previously been involved with as NSA. She needs access to the intelligence she had before she left her position if she’s going to testify. That’s all the letter gives her.

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        • mimbler says:

          Everything she has ever seen is extremely broad. That is what she is limited to.

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          • Anchored says:

            It doesn’t say everything she has ever seen. It says what she has reviewed. This is standard operating procedure for all previous national security advisors.

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            • mimbler says:

              Ok, you have your opinion and I have mine. If she has seen something she has reviewed it.

              And previous national security advisors have not been accused of violating their office to spy on the opposite party.

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      • janc1955 says:

        That’s how I read it as well. And I’ve read it 3 times. And how/who controls her access, if anyone? Does anyone really expect her to stay within a scope of information as outlined in the letter? This is Benghazi Susan we’re talking about. A proven liar, Obamite and America-hater.

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  23. freeperjim says:

    When you answer the “Why” question, you’ll see the truth and who are the traitors in the WH….

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  24. justme928 says:

    The massive and seemingly coordinated attack on McMasters was/is a major red flag for me. All of the sudden BAM!!! People need to put down their pearls and do some research. Unfortunately people are only reading headlines, then they freak and parrot the propaganda. This is not a good situation for Trump to be in.

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    • mimbler says:

      I saw a lot of people against McMaster (me being one of them) long before this flurry. And firing three of PDJT’s people is a simple explanation for the recent flurry against McMaster without needing a conspiracy theory.

      Time will tell,

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      This is not a bad situation for Trump.
      It is Herbert McMasters who is in a pickle (and he knows it).

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    • joshua says:

      x 1000 on this blog thread of CTH…..too many folks with too strong negative opinions based all on hearsay or nothing at all pontificating about he has to go or he IS going soon.

      all red flags for regular CTH folks, in my experience here.

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    • Remington says:

      Justme…I agree completely…After McMasters, we can get rid of Bannon, and move on to Sessions…work out way down to Miller and Gorka. , etc…before you know it we’ll have PDJT isolated and just where we want him….THAT’S what you are seeing…

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  25. scotl70 says:

    That doesn’t explain this:
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/08/top-israeli-journalist-caroline-glick-israelis-see-h-r-mcmaster-deeply-hostile-israel/

    Is it true the McMasters was recommended by McCain?

    If this is a conspiracy to take out McMasters, why is it that he has been firing people who support President Trump and are exposing the deep state?

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  26. Jim Bryan says:

    Agree, if CTH wants to make the case FOR him, please make it.

    In an honest world, Rice’s clearance would be revoked. If he actually said that she did nothing wrong, that would be completely outrageous. She has be show to be again and again a treacherous, untrustworthy, liar.

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    • joshua says:

      what you call an “honest world” is rather like the liberal emotional response to “everyone knows” kinda morality. Security Clearance is given based upon extensive personal investigations and a job with a need to know level defined. I dislike everything there is about Susan Rice…but so far she is not convicted nor formally accused of misdeeds by any court of government body of authority. Revoking a clearance would not permit her to perform consulting jobs on government contracts and absent any wrong doing, she would merely have a reduced clearance, not any revocation. She is out of a job so the govt does not usually prevent anyone from getting employment after having served the govt. She needs to be accused and tried, not a bunch of emotional dislike opinions getting all wadded up on the internet, IMO.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      No good case can be made for Herbert McMaster. He was the globalists’ replacement for the wrongfully tarred & feathered Michael Flynn. Now that HR has shown his true colors he can be shown the door . . . out of The White House.

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  27. Old Lady says:

    I don’t know where I saw it but I recall reading some time ago that Rice was very pleased with the McMaster hire as NSA. That alone is stinky enough to me to question his loyalty to Trump. I have also picked up on Sundance’s critique of Sara Carter’s work. I admit I’m not smart enough to know what Trump needs to do with him, but I don’t like the way it looks.

    Why does Rice need continued, unfettered access to anything she worked on previously?

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  28. joshua says:

    don’t know how to interpret this lengthy American Thinker article on this same subject then.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/08/time_for_trump_to_get_rid_of_mcmaster.html

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  29. BGPGuy says:

    With all due respect, you are a genkus, but I think you are missing the point Sundance. She was unmasking for a long time, for political spying purposes, a crime. The only reason to give her unfettered access at this point in time (not being in court), would be to let her start a long book of alibis and false justifications for each unmasking. I’m not sure why you are splitting hairs to defend McMasters and bash Circa. What are you not sharing? Because this does not make sense, this discrediting campaign, based on what I am hearing, reading.

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  30. Spleenicus says:

    One word (acronym): AIPAC. The lobby is trying to purge all the America Firsters and replace them with the usual mish-mash of Israel Firsters. There’s a very telling article on Breitbart from the Jerusalem Post that tips their hand.

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  31. joshua says:

    somehow the dust ups seem more likely the disconnect between Consultant types like Bannon and Management types and doers like McMasters and others….there is a ton of difference in saying what someone else is doing or not doing and why or why not….and actually implementing CHANGE….and looking at individual PEOPLE that are not making it or who are not good fits for WHATEVER reason in the management plans and execution process of goal reaching by the Management types are just sound bite politics and worthless. Analysis in the early stages of change is mostly judgment in the face of inadequate information and knowledge of the facts on the ground in the fray of change making.

    Actually doing things involves making mistakes or judgement errors many times and then “tacking into the wind” for corrections. Monday morning quarterbacks opinions are mostly worthless…e.g. MSM fake news.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      No, that is what the swamp wants you to think; “oh this is inside baseball squabbling”…Nope it is more signficant than everyday Washington backstabbing….

      Remember what P Trump has said about Susan Rice; the waiver is McMasters going up against P Trump.

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    • joshua says:

      nope…this is what 40 years as a hands on “turnaround CEO” in the business world has taught me…not an opinion other than in the absolute facts…which NONE of us have access to.

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  32. Bob Thoms says:

    I find the McMasters waiver very concerning:

    – P Trump has said he believes Susan Rice committed criminal acts.
    – The McMasters waiver is an exception to the normative operating procedures applied to former federal workers
    – We know Susan Rice is working against P Trump and his agenda
    – We know Susan Rice is a close ally of Obama
    – The McMasters waiver is broad and waives the “need to know” priciple normally applied to such requests.

    In other words, Susan Rice now has complete unfettered access for WHAT EVER PURPOSE to any and all records she was looped in on. The McMasters waiver doesn’t limit her requests for the purpose of research or legal assistance.

    Susan Rice can now access all records and use that information in her Never Trump activities.

    Question, why would McMasters give this kind of exceptional waiver to someone who is working against the Trump agenda and whom the President thinks acted criminally?

    IMO, it is McMasters working against the President of the United States interests.

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  33. railer says:

    The Deep State has had 24 hours to answer the question: How is McMaster’s letter to Rice different than what has been provided to every other departing NSC head? They haven’t answered it, meaning they have no answer and thus McMaster’s action is just normal protocol. Which shouldn’t surprise us, and it’s likely that Rice took copies of all her documents with her, regardless of what the law says she’s to do, so the practical result of McMaster’s letter is…. nothing.

    So in other words, the “letter” shrieking is just a contrived Deep State cudgel being used on McMasters. Simples. Throw in some “McCain” and “Obama” chatter, and you have the perfect hit, courtesy of Trump’s own “supporters”.

    Proper Trump response is to do nothing. He’s got bigger fish to fry. He’s lit up McMaster over his deficient Afghanistan strategy, and he’s killed off McMaster’s and McCain’s brilliant strategy to arm islamofascist’s in Syria/Iraq, so I’d say Trump has McMaster directly under his thumb, even if he is a Deep State mole.

    Trump’s got bigger fish to fry. This is a nothingburger.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      You are right; P Trump can’t fight all his battles mano-y-mano; all the more reason to have an NSA Advisor who is on the same page with the president.

      McMasters is openly going up against the president who has said Susan Rice acted criminally.

      The friend of my enemy is my enemy.

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      • railer says:

        Disagree. Trump can fight THIS battle mano a mano. He’s forced McMaster to do his will re Afghanistan and Syria/Iraq, defying Deep State and McCain and Obama and Hillary and Rice.

        If McMaster fails to execute Trump’s orders, he’s gone. I haven’t seen that yet, have you?

        You still haven’t answered the question re McMaster’s letter, which is telling. This is a nothingburger.

        Keep your enemies closer. Trump understands this well. He waited to liquidate Comey and Priebus, and others will be liquidated as need/opportunity arise. I’d suggest moving away from the food pellet you’ve been offered.

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      • joshua says:

        frankly, every thing you have written is your opinion, based solely upon reading and hearing whatever sources are available…but unless you are part of the actual government DOING stuff, you only get to have opinions on UNSOURCED journalism and internet bloggers.

        This is how the Deep State is USING people like you to further their fight against Trump…discredit via innuendo and lies.

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          No kidding; we all are trying to figure this out…..are you saying we shouldn’t discuss, analyaze, form opinions about what is going on?

          I think most if not all at CTH know what are mostly opinions about the state of things.

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          • joshua says:

            Bob Thomas….man…you seem to be able to chew the same oyster for hours on end. and argue whether or not it is an oyster as well…..you have made the same point and then want to squabble with someone about being righter than right.

            rest your fingers awhile, do your system a lot of good.

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          • Remington says:

            I think that’s what Joshua is saying…OK to try to connect the dots, but at the same time realize….

            -We don’t have all the data. In retrospect, if you figure it out, it was shear luck. PDJT does..

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          Actually it is a fact what P Trump has said about Susan Rice being held accountable for her actions – go to jail.

          Why would his NSA Advisor facilitate someone who the President thinks is a criminal?

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          • railer says:

            Trump offered his opinion, and I happen to agree with it. Maybe McMaster does as well, or not, but you’ll still have to first answer the above question before we get to any analysis of any decisions he makes.

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            • Bob Thoms says:

              What is the question you keep asking to be answered?

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              • Bob Thoms says:

                Oh that one; I don’t have the answer, do you?

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                • railer says:

                  It’s your answer to provide, if you’re serious. I assume you’re not, so you’ll ignore it again, which is telling… again.

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                • Bob Thoms says:

                  It’s your question; I don’t think the answer is important.

                  A more pertinent question would be how many former NSA Advisors, whom the President and many others think acted criminally have received similar waivers?

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                • Bob Thoms says:

                  It’s your question and you aren’t sharing so I assume you are clueless how many.

                  Query this, if having that information is so critical to forming an accurate opinion then how can you call this thing a “nothingburger” without the answer to your own question?

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                • railer says:

                  I guess you’re unserious about all, other than pellet consumption. Bye.

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                • Bob Thoms says:

                  A childish response; likewise, if you don’t answer my question you aren’t being serious!

                  The difference is, I know the answer to my own question and formed my opinion with that in mind.

                  Questions: How many former NSA Advisors, whom the President and many others think acted criminally have received similar waivers?

                  Answer: None other.

                  Your own question and answer is irrelevant because there has never been a former NSA Director whom has been given waivers and who has also been accused by the President of acting criminally.

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  34. The crap really hit the fan for McMasters with the latest firing of an israel firster who was pushing for war with Iran. Israel firsters want the US perpetually involved in the middle east. I could care less about McMasters but when I see an obvious coordinated hit using falsities the red flags go up. Make no mistake about it the people going after McMasters will go after Kelly and Mattis too.

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  35. LULU says:

    All of this propaganda is intended to give the Dhims ammunition and, more importantly, to make Trump supporters go all wobbly. Do we really want to be used this way? Would it make sense for us to hold a little while – into another news cycle or so – to see what is really going on here? Sundance knows how this works and who it is intended to affect. Us.

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  36. Marian says:

    This site is where I come for clarity on issues. Between Sundance and comments, there is always a lot to contemplate. The topic McMaster may be the most intriguing one. I’ll admit not a fan of all these generals in this administration, especially since they made their rank in the Obama era. Yet the knives just suddenly appeared out of all directions for this guy. Automatically makes me wonder maybe he isn’t that bad, especially if he is against at least one war. Baby steps for peace.

    What particularly baffles me after reading this article is McMaster firing Cruzbots or Bannonites? The Bannon fans are in an uproar over these firings. Then again I’m not sure what I think about Steve Bannon . Oh well…til the next episode of As The NSA Turns.

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  37. Laronda says:

    I disagree with Sundance on his interpretation.

    MCMaster did this behind Trump’s back no matter how it is spun and he is purging Trump people in favor of Obama people. Let’s start calling it what is is and identify McMaster for what he is.

    Sara Carter is a great reporter and she is right almost all of the time. Stop smearing her.

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    • Anchored says:

      The document Sara reported exists, but it just doesn’t mean what people say it shows.

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    • BrewCityNinja says:

      She is being fed leaks, it’s reasonable to wonder why the person is leaking to her. Clearly someone wants McMaster out. Trump isn’t an idiot, how do you know the people getting fired aren’t leakers? How do you know they are Trump MAGA people? How do you know this os behind Trumps back and not with Trumps blessing?

      I don’t think anyone is smearing Sara, but she isn’t answering this honestly and she isn’t reporting on the leaked letter honestly. That makes a person wonder, because there is NO WAY Sara doesn’t know she is framing this dishonestly. The scope of Rices access is to her work product from when she was on the NSC and not new intelligence.

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  38. mazziflol says:

    So whats Hannity’s role? Willfully deceiving his audience? Stooge? Bumbling media personality?

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    • LULU says:

      Sara Carter is all over Fox – we have seen her appear on various programs on Fox Business.

      I have a hunch the programming decisions are made at a higher level than Sean Hannity and the others whose programs are shown on Fox channels.

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    • railer says:

      He’s a corporate media celebrity infotainer, same as ever. He and his employers seek eyeballs. He doesn’t get mine… ever.

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    • BrewCityNinja says:

      Sundance commented on this in his twitter feed and it’s pretty straightforward. You can’t read the letter and understand how the NSC works and not understand the attack against McMaster isn’t based on fact. In the end all these pundits will trend towards thier paycheck in what they present.

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  39. BrewCityNinja says:

    This is a fantastic article! I was taking all the McMaster criticism at face value for a while. Then seeing Brietbart and others go in crazy overdrive made me start to wonder.

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    • LULU says:

      We should investigate every claim being made by the media. That is what Sundance helps with. Too many are led by the so-called “pundits” who show up on our television screens.

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  40. America First says:

    This just goes to further show that while Trump is ” human and has bad days” he is way too competent to be walking into the walls he appears to be. I stand guilty of scratching my head at the McMaster hire from the beginning due to his globalist connections, but Trump may indeed have been long game prepared going into this and actually have tapped establishment members to his team he has flipped or who have privately been against the globalist plan, but imprisoned by it due to their career paths.

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  41. wyntre says:

    Judicial Watch was informed all of Susan Rice’s work product has been sent to the PO’S Presidential Library.

    So how can she access them when FOIA can’t? /s

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  42. Anchored says:

    For those caught up in the McMaster paranoia, including this morning’s latest that he is going to fire Sebastian Gorka today, ask yourself this: Why is Trump so upbeat and positive? Is he living in denial? Is he blissfully ignorant of the “internal chaos” in the West Wing? Or is he in charge? It’s silly to assume that the media or we know more than Trump does about what’s REALLY happening.

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  43. Paco Loco says:

    This is the “fog of war”. DIsinformation and twisted memes to descredit and smear Trump have been ongoing since the summer of 2016. The Deep State is doing everything in its power to stymie this President and to block his MAGA agenda. Trump has made a number of unforced errors that have hurt him in because of an extremely biased news media who distorts the facts and lies consistently. It appears that Mueller investigation is designed to prolong the suspicion of political collusion with Russia and to be a sword of Damocles hanging over Trump and his family.

    Call it what you want, a soft coup, a slow bleed out, death by a thousand cuts, the anti Trump DC clan is hard at work to destroy Trump and his family. Everything that the Trump administration has accomplished so far pales in comparison to the coming onslaught of incrimination that the Deep State is about to flood Washington with. Stopping Trump from making recess appoints is the real big news of the day. The Deep State and its visible operatives from the House and Senate are sharpening their knives for the coming confrontation. They are going to take down Trump’s Pretoria guard one man at a time. The Mueller investigation will be the cause of civil war.

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    • xyzlatin says:

      This war has been coming for many years, and in Pres Trump the people have a true leader who is not afraid to lead. How lucky is that. Truly a gift from God.

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    • Truthfilter says:

      Yes. The Senate’s actions to block his appointments is very telling. I agree with your entire post. I’m genuinely worried. But that’s not allowed here.

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  44. xyzlatin says:

    It is rather funny to me how the advent of Pres Trump has outed all these “cockroaches” as I call them, which were all hiding from the light but suddenly they all rush out as if they cannot help themselves. Now we have (according to Sundance), the re-emergence of the Cruz cockroaches who have been hanging around trying to blend in with the administration.
    I control my anxiety by thinking of Melania’s speech at the 2016 convention where she said “It would not be a Trump contest without excitement and drama”. Melania has been there for a long time, so she should know. Can we imagine the worry she has to cope with, with all those morons threatening the family? However, she seems to have a stoic attitude so I try to copy that.

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  45. Paul Killinger says:

    “Clowns to the Left of me, jokers to the Right, here I am…”

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  46. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    On the issue of Islamic Hegemony worldwide this Lt. Gen. Herbert McMasters is philosophically 180 opposite of Michael T. Flynn. (Hint: McMasters calls ISIS the goofy term “Daesh” just like John Kerry and his State Dept. flunkies during the past few years.) Subsequently, HRM has been hiring and firing according to his “Islam is a peaceful religion” myth.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/08/time_for_trump_to_get_rid_of_mcmaster.html

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  47. fangdog says:

    The only thing I can think about McMaster is, McMaster offers an opposing view while Trump does what is correct and needs to be done anyway. How can Trump critics complain when Trump has one of them (McMaster) on his payroll?

    In the final analysis as to effecting anything which would be detrimental; Trump just gives the opposers a bone to chew on (McMaster).

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  48. louiswinthorpe217 says:

    McMaster wanted ground troops of up to 100K in Syria. What is his Afghanistan position? To keep our best in that hell hole? Bring them home! End our involvement there already.

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    • Anchored says:

      That was a total BS claim from Mike Cernovich and his “anonymous source.” He’s trying hard to advance his career as a male Ann Coulter, so needs to be taken with more than a few grains of salt.

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  49. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    I do not trust McMaster either but I’m a getting tired of Sara Carter and her “bombshells” that never go anywhere and generally seem to be misrepresentations of the actual facts.

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