Sekulow, Fleisher and Guilfoyle Discuss Latest Revelations of Corruption Within FBI…

In a letter from Senator Chuck Grassley to new FBI Director Christopher Wray (full pdf below) the senator outlines some disturbing information discovered in documents reviewed by the judicial committee.

Chief among the issues was a discovery that fired FBI Director James Comey had already drafted a preliminary conclusion that Hillary Clinton was not going to be held responsible. The FBI Director’s 2016 position was created in April and May before sixteen key investigative witnesses, including Mrs. Clinton herself, were even interviewed. Jay Sekulow, Ari Fleischer and Kimberly Guilfoyle discuss.

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The revelations within the documents provides even more evidence that FBI Director James Comey was running a political investigation and using the FBI to cover-up for the Clinton email crimes.

WASHINGTON DC – […] The Judiciary Committee reviewed transcripts, which were heavily redacted, indicating Comey began drafting the exoneration statement in April or May 2016, before the FBI interviewed up to 17 key witnesses, including Clinton and some of her close aides.

Comey’s work on the statement also came before the Justice Department entered into immunity agreements with Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff while she was Secretary of State, and Heather Samuelson, who served as the State Department’s White House liaison.

Comey announced in July 2016 the FBI wouldn’t recommend criminal charges against Clinton.

Democrats in Congress alleged last fall that Comey’s actions in the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s email use violated the Hatch Act, which caused the Office of Special Counsel to launch an investigation. (Read More)

Here’s the letter from Senator Grassley and the Senate Judiciary Committee:

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  1. TheWanderingStar says:

    Speaking of Koskinen. The question has been asked many times, “Why is he still here?”. That’s a good question. Some have suggested PDJT won’t remove him because it would appear as an attempt to obstruct an on-going audit of PDJT’s taxes. I get that. However, Koskinen must be asking himself the same question, “Why am I still here?”.

    Indeed there must be a lot of paranoia running through his mind. Is he being watched by some agency or group inside or outside the government? Might he be maintaining his cover or the cover of others? My thought is both – his time at Freddie Mac might hold undisclosed personal liability for him as well. Being on the inside is surely better than being outside, as long as he believes he is receiving air cover from the Swamp.

    He can’t just leave the position, if for nothing else than just the optics. Certainly he needs to be investigated and held responsible for his dealings in violating the rights of Tea Party organizations, contributors of same and supporters of PDJT. I look forward to that day of reckoning.

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    • Carolina Kat says:

      He’s not worried. He has the dirt on the Republicans who colluded with him to go after the Tea Party. McConnell hates the Tea Party with a white hot passion, and that’s why Koskinen looked so smug. He couldn’t hide the fact that the fix was in, that he was there as a kabuki actor.

      Jeff Sessions knows this, and I have no faith that he will do anything about it. None. The only way Koskinen gets arrested by Jeff Sessions is if he has marijuana in his possession. That’s all Sessions seems to care about.

      After the FBI blocked FOAI requests – Jeff Sessions is over the FBI, isn’t he? What gives anybody any idea that there will be accountability for any of this. President Trump trusted Sessions. That was a huge mistake.

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      • Delilah says:

        Then how come a judge is already demanding the IRS to reveal the identities of the people involved in targeting the Tea Party?

        Liked by 4 people

      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        McConnell ran against a conservative in his last primary and STILL won with low voter turnout in that primary. There just aren’t enough real conservatives in Kentucky to remove incumbent RINOs.

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        • Dana says:

          There are plenty of true conservatives here in Kentucky. McConnell and his PACs bought up most of the airtime for the last few weeks before the 2014 primary, and conducted a particularly nasty smear campaign against Matt Bevin (our current, excellent governor). Mitch scared a lot of elderly Republicans into staying with him, the devil they knew.

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          • Spar Harmon says:

            FFF, that was Bevins who ran against McConnell. I did some volunteer work for the Bevins campaign and SD followed the action with several posts. If you use the right-hand side bar Search function, above, you can get an accurate picture of what went down.

            Bevin did very well considering McConnell’s advantages. Showing true grit, he expanded on the base he had earned and is now governor and Kentuckians are quite happy witjh him.

            I wouldn’t be surprised if he won in against the Turtle in 2020. He certainly understands the importance of bringing McConnell down.

            I don’t think your assessment of the conservative vote in Kentucky is well founded.

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        • Deb says:

          That same conservative is now the governor. Times have changed, eyes have opened.

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          • Founding Fathers Fan says:

            We shall see if McConnell is removed in his next primary. Kentucky is a Closed primary State for Congressional offices. Voters registered as 3rd party or unaffiliated (Independent) have locked themselves out and cannot vote in the primary. It’s different for gubernatorial and general elections.
            “Only voters affiliated with a particular party may vote in its primary. Registered voters wishing to change their party affiliation must do so by December 31 preceding the primary. Unregistered voters must register at least 30 days before the primary, and can choose a party then.” Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 116.055

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            • Q&A says:

              I wish people living in closed primary states requiring party registration BEFORE voting would realize how limiting it is to register Independent/3rd party. You literally cannot vote in the Republican primary, and that is where the true battle to eliminate the swampy RINO incumbents takes place. Your vote during the primary is where the greatest impact is felt against the swamp; where you can slap them hard. After that in the general, its either stop the evil Democrats (vote R) or let the evil Democrats win (don’t vote at all).

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              • Alexsandra says:

                Exactly, and that is the only reason I’ve been registered as Republican here in Florida, as before I was an Independent. I suggest others likewise situated register Republican for the very important purpose of the primaries. I joke with myself that I am a RINO — in the good sense, not in the swampy sense. Good to be a RINO that way, in order to vote the swampy RINO’s out in the primaries..

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      • frank field says:

        Dear Carolina Kat: I hope you’re wrong. I swayed many family members, friend’s, customers, enemies to move to Trump in the primaries. Sessions was the man I considered to be the crown jewel of senatorial endorsements for Trump. I am still hopefull that Sessions is quietly digging deep to help DRAIN IT.

        Praying!

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      • frank field says:

        Dear Carolina Kat: I hope you’re wrong. I swayed many family members, friend’s, customers, enemies to move to Trump in the primaries. Sessions was the man I considered to be the crown jewel of senatorial endorsements for Trump. I am still hopefull that Sessions is quietly digging deep to help DRAIN IT.

        Praying!

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    • G. Combs says:

      “Speaking of Koskinen. The question has been asked many times, “Why is he still here?”…..”

      Have you even bothered to LOOK and see if President Trump has NOMINATED HIS REPLACEMENT? HMMMMmmmm

      Or are you just into whining and whinging “I WANT IT NOW!!!

      Here I will even get you started:
      Nominations & Appointments | whitehouse.gov

      But I am NOT going to spoon feed you the information.

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      • Meanwhile, G. Combs, the fact that remains that his replacement is being held up/blocked and he is still there! This should concern anyone that cares or just maybe has been affected by what happened. They just hired back a lot of the people who were dismissed during this period as well.

        Yeah. Why are “we” attacking each other over comments???

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        • Dixie says:

          Why are “we” attacking each other over comments???

          Like!

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        • G. Combs says:

          “Why are “we” attacking each other over comments???”

          Because some here are purposefully (or obliviously) sowing insidious discord against the Trump Admin. INSTEAD of AGAINST CONGRESS!

          We have constant attacks against Jeff Sessions for example. One commenter even going so far as to say if Sessions does not indite Swamp critters REAL SOON NOW, then Trump supporters will desert him. These people repeatedly refuse to see Trump has to get rid of the crooked judges FIRST before it is safe for AG Sessions to make a move.

          THIS is a very dangerous ‘movement’ within ‘Trump Supporters’ especially since Trump and his Admin really have ZERO control over the Republicans in the Congress and the Senate. ONLY WE the voters can really exert control via our votes in the primaries.

          Therefore I am reacting to this DIVIDE AND CONQUER move that I see forming. To me this is not new. I have seen ‘sleepers’ planted on blogs before, whose purpose is to become trusted members and then inject their poison at the critical moments.

          Haven’t we learned anything from all the Trojan Horses President Trump uncovered?

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    • Lives were ruined during those criminal actions he was top dog over. People were put out of business and employees left scrambling for work. The nightmare has not just ended for those targeted, many are still trying to fully recover and move forward having had to start over midlife… incredibly heinous and criminal. I too look very much forward to that day of reckoning.

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    • scdd says:

      Koskinen doesn’t ask himself why he is still around – he’s there to forward the Dem agenda and will stay until his paymasters ask him to leave, or his term runs out. If anything he’s asking “How is Team Trump naive enough to leave me in this job?”

      I’m sure he also has a load of dirt on a lot of people who might want to force him out. He’s working with a certainty that he’s pretty much untouchable.

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  2. Delilah says:

    If you guys really are interested in seeing these prosecutions start to happen, then go sit on top of Congress to get the Trump admin judges and lawyers appointed. Tell them to stop slow walking all the nominations.

    That’s really the only thing holding things up here…..

    The only blame here is Congress, and I find it odd that nobody ever mentions that. Instead, I see a lot of people beating the only guys that are on our side. It doesn’t pay for a leader to be on this side….

    That leader gets it from the press, from Congress, investigated ad nauseum, and then they get beaten up by their own supporters because they aren’t doing enough or fast enough or something, not holding their mouths just right.

    It’s much easier to be on the other side. Everybody loves you. You get to say and do whatever you want and get a free pass for it. Your supporters will stick up for you no matter what you do. And you get lots of money thrown at your feet.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      Nope. The only hope to see prosecutions is for AG Sessions to fire Obama embeds and appoint a special prosecutor to go after some of these folks.

      Trying to move congress is only running out the clock……………………

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    • G. Combs says:

      Delilah,
      Nice to see another adult in the room.

      BOB,
      Get it through your skull AG Session CAN NOT FIRE THEM without CAUSE and even with cause it is like wrestling a pig in mud.

      FIRST: They are ALL LAWYERS!!!!

      SECOND: They are UNION!!! (Can’t find the Reference right now)

      THIRD Their Lobbying group: https://www.naausa.org/site/index.php/about-naausa
      …………….

      50 years ago, Kennedy’s order empowered federal unions so maybe Trump can get rid of them with another E.O. but I would not bet on it.

      This is why Obummer moved many jobs into the unionized category.
      Report: It Takes At Least 170 Days to Fire a Government Employee
      Then they can appeal!

      […]In order to fire a government worker federal managers can consult a 12-step flow chart, which the GAO provided in the report released Monday. The report examined the “long-standing personnel issue” of the government’s inability to fire bad employees.

      Federal agencies have two procedural options when faced with firing a poor worker: chapters 43 and 75 of title 5 of the United States Code, and Office of Personnel Management (OPM) implementing regulations.

      Chapter 43 takes between 170 to 370 days to complete, and includes “counseling sessions” for the worker. The employee also gets a chance to improve their performance, which can last up to 110 days.

      Throughout the process the government agency must consult with the Human Resources department and their General Counsel before the worker is informed of their dismissal and their “grievance rights.”

      After dismissal, the employee is then given the opportunity to appeal, which itself takes an average of 243 days to complete….

      The GAO found that supervisors often choose to do nothing to poor performers due to “concern over litigation,” and because firing them is too time consuming. The termination processes can be “bureaucratic obstructions” to supervisors, they said.

      The government fired just 3,489 employees for performance in 2013, representing 0.18 percent of all federal workers. Seventy percent of these dismissals occurred during the initial probationary period, 21 percent through chapter 75, and 8 percent through chapter 43.

      Nearly half of workers fired through chapter 43 appealed their dismissal to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), taking an average of 243 days to adjudicate.[…]

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      • Harleyd says:

        He doesn’t have to fire them.

        Just reassign them.

        And put someone in place who will get the job done.

        You’re out of excuses.

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        • mcclainra says:

          Reassign to latrine duty with 80% pay cuts, NO benefits. I realize the swamp is much deeper and dangerous than many of us thought, but for heaven’s sake, nothing is going on in the DOJ/Sessions!! I thought he was a super choice but saw someone the other day, maybe here? suggest he would have been better suited to the commerce dept., etc.; that we really need a total bulldog as AG, which he is not.

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        • Exactly this. Move them side ways. Then lets get the job done. The people want this swamp drained more than anything.

          In fact, I would say it is more important than anything else. More important than Obamacare, Taxes, and immigration. Without draining the swamp, none of what gets done will last. None of it.

          I am one of the ones highly critical of the AG, and do not care if we are called children. Not being an “adult in the room” sounds very swampy to me. If name calling is all they have, then I get very suspicious.

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        • G. Combs says:

          Just reassign them.

          And put someone in place who will get the job done.

          You’re out of excuses….
          >>>>>>>>>>>>

          NO, You just proved you don’t know what you are talking about. Go research Lateral Transfers In Government Employment I did.

          You can not move them without THEIR consent if you want to avoid lawsuits.

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          • Harleyd says:

            Nonsense.

            Here is a direct quote from a Federal Employee Handbook:

            Promotions and Reassignments:

            Agencies may promote, demote or reassign career or career conditional employees under a variety of circumstances. They also may make time-limited promotions of up to five years to fill temporary positions, accomplish project work, fill positions temporarily pending reorganization or to meet other temporary needs.

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      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        Kennedy’s executive order has been revised and now codified into law. https://www.flra.gov/50th_Anniversary_EO10988

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  3. G. Combs says:

    Risasi says: “[…]while I like Grassley, I’m also a bit skeptical of him lately.[..]”

    I am a LOT skeptical of him lately. If he does not MOVE on President Trump’s Judicial nominees we will KNOW he is SWAMP!

    July 10, 2017
    Obstruction alert: “Senate Democrats hold blue slips, delay Trump’s federal judicial nominees” | whitehouse.gov

    […]Senate Republicans will soon have to decide whether to proceed with several key circuit court picks over the reticence of home-state Democratic senators.

    Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, Iowa Republican, has signaled that he may alter adherence to the blue slip policy, which is a tradition giving senators a sort of veto over judges picked from their home states who don’t meet with their approval.

    In the past, senators could derail a hearing and vote by not returning a blue slip.[…]

    So it has ALREADY been almost 2 months and all the Rebooblicans have done is to BLOCK TRUMP’S RECESS APPOINTMENTS!!!

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    The nitty gritty that everyone seems to have MISSED!
    July 13, 2017 — Ten Nominations Sent to the Senate Today (nine United States District Judges)

    July 13, 2017 — President Donald J. Trump Announces Fifth Wave of Judicial Candidates (eleven individuals to Federal judgeships.)

    July 19, 2017 — Eighteen Nominations and Two Withdrawals Sent to the Senate Today (two? United States District Judges and eight? United States Attorneys)

    July 20, 2017 — Three Nominations Sent to the Senate Today (two United States Attorneys)

    July 21, 2017 — President Donald J. Trump Announces Fourth Wave of United States Attorney Candidate Nominations ( six )

    July 27, 2017 — Sixteen Nominations Sent to the Senate Today (five United States Attorneys)

    July 27, 2017 — Two Nominations Sent to the Senate Today (two United States Attorneys)

    August 02, 2017 — Eight Nominations and One Withdrawal Sent to the Senate Today (two United States Attorneys)

    August 03, 2017 — President Donald J. Trump Announces Sixth Wave of Judicial Candidates and Fifth Wave of U.S. Attorney Candidates (ten United States District Judges and four United States Attorneys)

    August 03, 2017 — Eighteen Nominations Sent to the Senate Today (eight United States District Judges and six United States Attorneys)
    …………….

    FROM: Nominations & Appointments

    Up to date vacancies and nominees (31) http://www.uscourts.gov/judges-judgeships/judicial-vacancies/current-judicial-vacancies

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    THIS IS THE GEORGE SOROS POISON BEING SPREAD:
    “Sad to say this but Trump will start losing support if something is not done by his DOJ and soon. […]”

    PATIENCE FOLKS and lets counter this poison.

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    • Delilah says:

      Nice. Thank you.

      Now let’s hopefully stop chasing ghosts and cut straight to the heart of the matter….

      Liked by 2 people

      • Bob Thoms says:

        Of course Grassley is swamp.

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        • Delilah says:

          We don’t know that.

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          • Bob Thoms says:

            Well, I doubt he will move quickly on the nominations.

            And I thought you agreed with Combs assessment “If he does not MOVE on President Trump’s Judicial nominees we will KNOW he is SWAMP!”

            More delays maybe acceptable to some; but to me they are not. Not when we have control of the FBI and the DOJ.

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            • Delilah says:

              I didn’t say that he is or that he isn’t a swamp creature. All I said is that we don’t have enough evidence to suggest one way or the other yet.

              The only possible reason anybody would have to want to rush into a trial right now is because they want to make sure an Obama appointee presides over the issue……

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              • Bob Thoms says:

                You keep touting this Obama judge thing; it is false to say that there are no decent judges that can fairly hear a case.

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                • Delilah says:

                  So you only make sweeping judgements when it comes to Congress (i.e., they’re all swamp creatures), but you’re sure that there are some honest Obama judges….

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              • Bob Thoms says:

                The U.S. Attorney’s Office represents the United States in federal cases, meaning they arise from federal law created by Congress. These cases are heard in federal courthouses throughout the country. State and local prosecutors (whether the district attorney, county/city prosecutor, or the state attorney general’s office), by contrast, represent the state for cases arising under state law, created by each state legislature. Occasionally, federal and state law may overlap in a certain area, allowing both federal and state prosecutors to pursue the case.

                The US Attorney’s Office can find plenty of judges in the federal courthouses to hear their cases.

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            • Bob Thoms says:

              How much more time are you going to give these guys before you realize you are being bamboozled – Sessions needs time AND Congress needs time…smh

              Godot isn’t going to show up; what are you waiting for?

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              • Delilah says:

                You saw what “justice” means in an Obama controlled court wth the Arpaio matter.

                Why are you so eager to have such favorable conditions present for a Hillary trial?

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                • Bob Thoms says:

                  I also saw what U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg just did regarding FBI files.

                  Again, why do you keep touting this false notion that there are no decent judges in the court system to hear a case brought by the AG?

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                • Delilah says:

                  An Obama appointee and an Obama prosecutor….

                  Let them preside over your murder trial, and then you come tell me how much you trust them….

                  You’re just being silly.

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                • G. Combs says:

                  Bob,
                  Do you really think Sessions will get to CHOOSE the Judge????
                  I don’t. It is Russian Roulette with 881 judges and

                  Obama appointing 334
                  Bush II appointing 340
                  Clinton appointing 387
                  Bush I appointing 197
                  Reagan appointing 402 from 1981-88, Thirty years ago so most are now retired or retiring. link

                  WORSE for complex cases MORE EXPERIENCED JUDGES MAY BE APPOINTED!!!
                  The Assignment of Cases to Federal District Court Judges Stanford Law Review 1975

                  Much has been written about disqualification or removal…. Little, however, has been said about assignment of cases to new appointees to the federal bench who are competent to handle most trial situations, but not yet able to handle exceedingly complex, protracted or widely publicized cases. Primarily using data derived through interviews with court personnel… this note examines the assignment of cases to judges, analyzing the screening processes that are used and the problems… It then suggests changes in the assignment systems.

                  I The need for a Rational Method of Case Assignment

                  A.Random Assignment: The Most Common Method
                  Historically, federal distric courts use the master calander system in the selection of judges.[…]

                  http://www.uscourts.gov/file/21619/download

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            • You must not be used to big organizations. Control is a nuanced word. You can’t fire everyone in a working organization, too many things in the works that can’t just be put on hold while new hires get brought up to speed. When companies do takeovers there is a 6 month pr 1 year period where no big changes are instituted and plans for restructuring are designed. The restructuring then proceeds in waves with pink slips and replacements already hired and if possible trained.

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              • G. Combs says:

                Thanks,
                Nice to see someone with a sense of how much work and time is needed. Also with a corporation you can generally fire at will or if needed just close down an entire building.

                With the government it will take a heck of a lot longer if it can be done at all.

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          • Carolina Kat says:

            We do know that. The entire Senate is complicit in holding up the President’s nominees – or please explain to me why they did not fully recess in order to block the President from recess nominations?

            They are all in it. Not one of them had the decency to fight McConnell on this. Not one.

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            • Delilah says:

              All they needed for that vote was all the Democrats and just a handful of GOP votes. Why fight a losing battle?

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            • Bob Thoms says:

              Some here are misinformed that ALL FEDERAL JUDGES ARE OBAMA APPOINTEES….smh.

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              • Delilah says:

                Oh, you think that it wouldn’t be heard by a district judge first, that rather, it would go straight to a senior judge, huh?

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              • G. Combs says:

                Obama appointing 334
                Bush II appointing 340
                Clinton appointing 387
                Bush I appointing 197
                Reagan appointing 402
                from 1981-88, Thirty years ago so most are now retired or retiring.
                link

                Do you REALLY think a Clinton or Bush judge is better than an Obummer Judges???

                They are ALL GLOBALISTS UNIPARTY!

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                • 4sure says:

                  We know that! So, what do we do?Do we just say, “to hell w/it. No need to prosecute any DC criminals because the judges will set them free? There is not going to be a majority of fed. judges in the DC system appointed by Trump anytime soon, and there will not be a majority of judges in America appointed by Trump. So, let’s just let the criminals roam free. Charge their asses. At least the DOJ will have done their job. Any local or state LE officer will tell you, I don’t control the courts and the judges. I do control who I arrest and who I want put in jail. If the courts turn them loose, that’s their fkg. problem. And if the local prosecutor turns them loose, I can go ballistic on them in the local news.

                  Thank God local LE does not think about what the eff. some judge or court is going to do before enforcing the law. And I expect the effing DOJ to do the same.

                  Trump controls the DOJ. Or is supposed to. Every other POTUS has controlled the DOJ. The buck stops w/him.

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              • G. Combs says:

                4sure says @ September 1, 2017 at 1:32 pm….

                District of Columbia — US District Court: LINK
                OBAMA: (9)
                Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell
                District Judge James E. Boasberg
                District Judge Amy Berman
                District Judge Rudolph Contreras
                District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
                District Judge Christopher R. Cooper
                District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan
                District Judge Randolph D. Moss
                District Judge Amit P. Mehta

                CLINTON: (4)
                District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly Judge Kollar-Kotelly
                Senior Judge Gladys Kessler
                Senior Judge Friedman
                Senior Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle

                George W. Bush (2)
                Senior Judge Reggie B. Walton
                Senior Judge Bates

                George Bush (Jr.) (1)
                Senior Judge Rosemary M. Collyer

                REAGAN (4)
                District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan
                Senior Judge Thomas F. Hogan
                Senior Judge Royce C. Lamberth
                Senior Judge Richard J. Leon
                …………..

                JUDGE BARBARA JACOBS ROTHSTEIN is a visiting United States District Judge… the Ninth Circuit Standing Committee on Gender, Race, Religious and Ethnic Fairness. She serves on the Judicial Advisory Board of American Society of International Law (ASIL), the Board of the Rule of Law Initiative (ROLI) She served on the board of EINSHAC, an educational affiliate of the Human Genome Project. She also serves as a member of the National Academy of Science’s Committee on Science Technology and Law. A REAL YUCK!

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            • Founding Fathers Fan says:

              Senators are elected. There’s only about 17% voter turnout in republican primaries. Too many people stay home and do nothing, then are surprised, dismayed and outraged that the incumbent RINO gets re-elected. WOW!
              “Politicians and diapers must be changed often, and for the same reason.” ― Mark Twain Anyone who doesn’t vote has no say in the matter.

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  4. MaineCoon says:

    So many hand wringing commenters regarding Sessions. The Grassley letter is to Wray – not Sessions. Focus on Wray. Balls in Wray’s court – NOT Sessions. Wray answers to President Trump.

    McCabe is conflicted. Wray needs to fire McCabe (preference), or put him on unpaid leave until this investigation is over on this issue or just by-pass him in all things. McCabe as #2 FBI guy had knowledge of Comey’s draft memo. I have no proof of that other than my brain.

    President Trump wants the FBI cleaned up. He hired Wray to do it. Sessions is out of the loop. IMO this boils down to PT/Wray joint effort to clean up FBI Main. Wray can either be the clean-up hero or put the last nail in the FBI coffin. If it’s clean-up, he will take no prisoners. It’s his training.

    Next.

    In conjunction with a local like-minded law firm, Jay Sekulow/ACLJ, Larry Klayman/Freedom Watch and Tom Fitton/Judicial Watch should file a class action lawsuit o/b/o the U.S. Citizens vs. Comey, McCabe, Lynch, etc. & Main Justice FBI for the fraud perpetrated against Americans in the Clinton “investigation”. No immunity, except for low level FBI employees who have knowledge. Jail time for the top dogs who perpetrated this fraud.

    Suit could be filed anywhere in the USA as citizens live in every venue so personal jurisdiction and/or subject matter jurisdiction should not be an issue. File in the Midwest where there are still jurors to be found who have values and aren’t part of the swamp.

    Court documents are filed electronically so ACLJ, FW & JW do not need to be physically housed in that venue. Just need to make court appearances, as needed.

    Citizens could donate the funds to these 3 entities to fund the suit.

    This is a plea to Jay Sekulow/ACLJ, Larry Klayman/Freedom Watch and Tom Fitton/Judicial Watch to represent the citizens of USA in this issue.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      “Wray answers to President Trump.”

      Wrong. The FBI Director reports to the DOJ AG.

      https://www.fbi.gov/about/faqs/who-monitors-or-oversees-the-fbi

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    • mimbler says:

      FBI reports to DOJ, not the president. Now the President could fire Wray theoretically, but not realistically while he is under investigation by SC.

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      • Bobjasper says:

        Why is the assumption trump is under investigation? I haven’t seen any evidence of this

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Thanks for the correction. I know FBI is under the auspices of DoJ, and technically AG is his boss, but I still thought his ‘real boss’ was PT since he nominated him. I guess the only one-on-one with PT is when he’s called to the ‘principal’s office’; otherwise, it would be the same as going over one’s bosses’ head.

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    • Carolina Kat says:

      It is either Sessions responsibility, or the DOJ is decapitated. Which I’m beginning to believe is the case. Why does Sessions hold on to this job he clearly is not doing? He’s also a place holder to prevent someone from actually doing the job correctly. I started out doubting Sessions right after that recusal, now I despise him. He’s worse than nothing.

      He’s got a lot to answer for.

      What is wrong with him re the release of Hillary Clinton’s emails? What is wrong with him re the revelations on Comey? What is wrong with him. Period.

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      • Delilah says:

        “What is wrong with him re the release of Hillary Clinton’s emails?”

        Did you stop to think that there are grand jury rules in the Mueller investigation that are interfering on this issue? Hmmm?

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        • Carolina Kat says:

          One has nothing to do with the other. Mueller is not going after Hillary. He’s going after Trump, or running his Star Chamber to collect more taxpayers dollars to funnel to the Democrat Party (why else hire all Clinton donors). I’m embracing the power of AND on that one.

          Sessions is doing squat to help Judicial Watch, who thank God, is the only one fighting for us on this issue. Why does Jay Sekulow (THE PRESIDENT’S LAWYER) contend that there is a problem with Sessions fighting the FOIA laws – saying this should not be happening under a Republican administration. Also why does the FBI refusal not say ONE WORD about MUELLER. It says “the public is not interested”. Sorry but your theory does not wash.

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      • MVW says:

        I am slow, but eventually I get there. In this case I am really slow as I was still in Sessions camp. At this point I have a really hard time justifying Sessions current position as Attorney General. The most critical job is to drain the swamp and on the get go, he recuses himself. And I don’t care what the reason was, if he had a reason he should have never taken the job.

        So, Carolina Kat, I agree with you. Sessions has a lot to answer for.

        There is only one other explanation for this bucket of septic swamp, and that is that Trump and Sessions had an ugly political bargain with the devil to make and that this is the outcome.

        Economics is critical, but this goes to the heart of our government, government by the people is never two tier.

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  5. David says:

    FEAR IS APPARENT:
    Many fear of going to Jail (1) Lynch Video encouraging violent protest against P/T (2) Comey-bringing his hedge; “Matter” for a Plea deal (3) Clapper questioning P/T fitness for Office (4) Media-Fake News/Laws backed by Globalist; proven wrong they are destroyed (5) Concerns that Hillary will be indicted soon and all the Alleged Corruption of the Foundation will implicate 25% or more of the deep state and take down the Biggest Criminal Organization in U.S. History (6) Hillary’s Email alleged trail of Corruption; could implicate Obama and most of his Administration (7) Lois Learner Tax Scandal could again implicate the Deep State (8) Unmasking could Implicate Clapper, Brennan and others in the Deep State. (9) Montgomery Files could implicate many in the FBI/CIA/NSA deep State. (10) Perjury Charges could implicate many in the Deep State and the Obama Adminstration.

    Note: Their testimony will not match the Paper/Digital Trail and a title wave of Conflicting Statements.

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    • Amy says:

      Hillary’s Emails Investigation could collapse the entire Criminal Organization. It directly links to the Clinton Foundation.

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      • David says:

        They were all sloppy because they 100% thought Hillary would be President. The alleged criminal trails are everywhere.

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        • Amy says:

          Comey intentionally used fake criminal codes when he announce the Email Case is closed….he prearranged the sham investigation.

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          • David says:

            It is Illegal to transferred these emails over an unsecured network despite what Comey stated, they were not legal and they were mishandling classified information; if you are regularly receiving and sending classified information in an unsecure way you are subject to prosecution.

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          • David says:

            Gathering, Transmitting Or Losing Defense Information
            18 U.S.C. § 793
            Class: Felony
            Possible Penalty: Imprisonment for 10 years and/or $250,000 fine
            Text: “Allowing [by means of gross negligence] any document relating to the national defense to be removed from its proper place of custody or destroyed –or- willfully retaining unauthorized documents relating to national defense and failing to deliver them to the United States employee entitled to receive them –or- failure to report that unauthorized documents relating to national defense were removed from their proper place of custody or destroyed”

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            • Amy says:

              Gross Negligence in which the announcement of Comey confirmed this. Note Removed from Proper Place…Hillary knew the proper place was not in her basement.

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              • David says:

                Unauthorized Removal And Retention Of Classified Documents Or Material
                18 U.S.C. § 1924
                Class: A Misdemeanor
                Possible Penalty: Imprisonment for 1 year and/or $100,000 fine
                Text: “Knowingly removing materials containing classified information of the United States with the intent to retain said info at an unauthorized location without the authority to do so”

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                • David says:

                  Maybe should would be charged with so many different acts of removing classified documents at different locations; there could be separate charges.

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              • Amy says:

                Just like robbing several different banks…

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    • Paul says:

      There are many Whistleblowers in which P/Trump has already giving them protection.

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      • Amy says:

        There are so many Actors involved in the Clinton Emails they certainly would become witness to save themselves; than the entire Criminal Organization would Collapse under Justice.

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  6. msmelchizadek says:

    I don’t get too wrapped up in this… I know the swamp needs draining, burning, then scrubbing. If I ever get down (and I do frequently), I pick my self up by remembering that NO ONE will escape true justice! There is a special place for those who do wrong and do not repent. I believe that 90% of congress will end up there! I am ambivalent concerning Sessions though. I too would like to see some “action” from him, but realize that some things take time if you want them done right. I know it would go a long way to see some arrests, but if they get off on a technicality then it does no good. Comey’s case needs to be as airtight as possible so that even the worst judge is compelled to jail him. So many criminals, so little time… have faith, pray unceasingly and BELIEVE!!!

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  7. Paco Loco says:

    The bastards are out to get Don Jr. Indicted. It’s all been a set-up. They know that the best way to get to Trump is to go after his family. We can not fathom the depths of depravity that the swamp critters are capable of. Their goal is to destroy Trump and the shit will hit the fan next month when Mueller announces the indictments. I hope I’m wrong and that Trump can stop Mueller before that happens.

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  8. Obama and his minions had so many plants in all aspects of the Federal Government.
    Trump has a HUGE job to do in trying to clean out the DC Federal Swamp.

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  9. freddy says:

    Mueller is getting the job done in record time with interviews and indictments and Grand Jurys so it proves when your dedicated to going after someone the AG and DOJ should have no problem along with the FBI taking down criminals fast. No 3 years or extensions. The RINOS are dragging their feet and Sessions seems lost and worrying about pill poppers and junkies more than survival of this presidency… The hyenas are getting really close cause more and more revelations who the reak criminals are…They better hurry Mueller is flooring it……The Awan boys are bad dudes so get them now. Comey should do time……..Jeff snap out of your coma…….

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  10. Delilah says:

    Watch, mark my words….

    The crescendo of the calls to hurry up and bring charges will reach a fevered pitch level soon, because this is the last opportunity Hillary and Co. have to be protected by the legal system….

    Soon as Trump/Sessions get our noms approved in the legal system, it’s game over for Granny….

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    • augie says:

      When my comments have been pessimistic and grumpy about the pace of draining the swamp, Delilah has rebuked me. That’s made me grumpier.

      But she’s right. Through no fault of his own, the President is surrounded by powerful swamp creatures. Premature actions on his part will be counterproductive.

      There are not many things we can do about this. But there are at least three. First, have faith that the President, a very smart man, has plans and actions ongoing to break out of the box. Second, support the President whenever we can as we talk with friends. (Elections are coming up.) Third, pray for the President.

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    • 4sure says:

      Care to explain how that is going to work? Show us the noms. in the locations of Federal District Courts that Trump has nominated that are going to make this game over for granny. I’m tired of reading your talking point re. noms. in the waiting and you have yet to show us where those noms are and how they will make any difference from what we currently have.
      There are 15 fed. judges in the DC court. All appointed by Obma/Clinton. Three replacements were nominated by Trump on June 7, 2017 to fill vacancies that have just become vacant or will soon become vacant. 3 out of 15. The other 12 are going to be in place long after Trump is gone. So, just when do we start doing something?

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      • Howie says:

        After all the baloney they have to have a trial and jury. That is what will do em’ in.

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      • G. Combs says:

        You forget that the Clinton Foundation works in several states so that opens up venues.

        The there is George Soros and all his foundations and RICO.

        Actually the field is rich and not all states are filled with dishonest judges.

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    • Howie says:

      Yougottabekiddingme.

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  11. Paul Killinger says:

    Hillary Clinton was never in fear of prosecution because she was never the subject of any real investigation.

    The obvious level of ON-GOING criminal corruption within the DOJ and FBI is nothing short of staggering!

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  12. Budman says:

    President Trump:…………Relax, I got this

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  13. Paul Killinger says:

    All said, the only way in which we can ensure justice under the law is to VOTE.

    Therefore, I would suggest we vote as if our LIVES AND LIBERTY depended on it!

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  14. Mike diamond says:

    I never spoke with a bad FBI agent,they are some of the best people you will ever meet !!! Comey is a bad apple !!!! He brought disgrace to a great agency!!!!!

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  15. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    WOW Comey lied under oath, he was asked if he made the decision before or after he interviewed Crooked Hitlery:

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  16. Jay Sekulow talks a good story, but what has he actually done. He is not Judicial Watch, just a pundit. Ari Fleischer is a certified Never-Trumper who last openly criticized our President during the Texas flood for not having enough “empathy”. He is a “Bush” man and cannot be trusted.

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    • Carolina Kat says:

      Jay Sekulow has done a lot actually. He’s the President’s lawyer. He’s the chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice. He’s also Jewish and a converted Christian. I met him thirty years ago when he was just getting started – he was fighting abortion laws at the time. He’s a soldier and he’s on our side.

      Fleischer agreed that this stank. Coming from a NeverTrumper, that’s a big admission.

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    • 4sure says:

      He’s done more than Sessions will ever do. HTH.

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  17. dustahl says:

    Comey was running a Police State out of the FBI , Just like the IRS was an arm of a police state under Obama,

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  18. Time for some **ARMED** Citizens, to go too Comey’s Home, Conduct a AMERICAN Citizens arrest ,, Escort him to JAIL with the Proper Charge(s) outlines By Trumps Attorney
    SAME with Hillary Clinton(s), & Crew, (Loretta Lynch, J. Podests & D. Wasserman)
    Just..
    IT’S time to Conduct CITZENS ARRESTS, on be-half of the AMERICAN PEOPLE!
    LOCK THEM UP!

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    • Howie says:

      FBI can not do nothing without a JURY!!! We can take em out anytime we want.

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      • We CAN CREATE Our Own jury..

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      • LewPatrick says:

        Most voters and jury members don’t understand the jury is the fourth arm of the government. Jury nullification is there to overturn bad law. Take a look at the Fully Informed Jury Association(FIJA). The power is there but most are uneducated about the full force and effect of a juror who understands their duty. All it takes is one juror on every jury to stop the lawlessness of these criminals in government

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  19. Howie says:

    Surprize! FBI is corrupt!!

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  20. Howie says:

    Double the pay of Federal Public Defenders and cut the DOJ pay by 3/4/

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  21. Howie says:

    The FBI and CIA have lost all standing with 1/2 the people. Without trust of us they are nothing. We don’t trust them.

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  22. Howie says:

    If one of every twelve people in the jury pools get the picture it is over, in the end. Lots of destruction and tyrrany but in the end…. they go down.

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  23. Southern Son says:

    TO the little girl fishing in the Swamp;
    Wait until It Swallows the bait,
    then Souge Down on the hook set!
    No matter if your pole or line breaks and you don’t land It.
    Just Keep on Fishin’ until Everyone Knows the Swamp Monster is in there.
    More will want to Drain the Swamp.
    Everyone, is in Danger of It!
    How could a Grand Jury Ignore the Evidence?
    Sunight is Coming!

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  24. dumbplumber says:

    It’s well beyond the time to end this the way the Scots would. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Emg14MOMDgU The March of Cambreadth

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  25. zephyrbreeze says:

    Comey forgot that people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. Comey was living in a glass castle.

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  26. Bubba says:

    FBI is corrupt? No way. Can’t be.

    Mueller – grandnephew of Richard Bissell, the fired CIA director of plans — fired by JFK

    Mueller’s wife – maiden name is Cabell – relation to these fellas? – Gen. Cabell – CIA deputy director fired by JFK and his brother, Earl Cabell, was mayor of Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963

    Mueller’s family – wealth comes from his mother’s side – Truesdales of railroad fame – tight with the Rockefeller family

    Mueller was appointed chief of the criminal division of the DOJ under GHWB – when the BCCI investigation began getting closer to the presidency

    Mueller – covered up BCCI with chief enforcement officer at Treasury John Walker, cousin to the Bush-Walker family

    Mueller – became Dir of FBI one week before 911 – transformed FBI from domestic crime to counter terrorism focus – he helped make it illegal for other LEO’s to investigate terrorism

    Comey – clerked for the then recently appointed Judge John Walker – served as Deputy Dir of FBI as a protege of Mueller – we know the rest of his pathetic story

    Chris Wray – worked directly under Comey as chief of criminal division of DOJ under GWB (same position as Mueller had under Bush I) – led the Enron “investigation” – strong advocate of Patriot Act – former law firm, King & Spalding, full of former establishment/globalist politicians – future TBD…

    Patterns??

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  27. Wisc says:

    Perhaps Session is being extra vigilant to create air-tight cases against Swamp dwellers before he goes public. How do we know that there are not probes and investigations and charges taking form behind the scenes?

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  28. recoverydotgod says:

    “Conclusion first, fact-gathering second. That’s no way to run an investigation.” – Senator Grassley, Senator Graham.

    It may be the way you run a “matter”, but not an “investigation”.

    Lol.

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  29. Ned says:

    Can someone nudge Jeff Sessions and WAKE HIM UP? I also don’t believe marijuana should be legal etc… and I don’t see marijuana busts as a priority right now. Sessions seems to focus on everything else but Trump’s agenda. If Sessions is so honorable, why isn’t his OUTRAGE motivating him to PROSECUTE Hillary and the others? Or is he so desensitized to the swamp that none of this phases him? Is there also reluctance to go after swamp friends??????

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  30. Mia C says:

    A few points
    1) Trump looks like the genius he is for firing this criminal.
    2) How the hell does CNN spin this one?
    3) How do we go after Comey criminally, we now know he perjured himself and faked an investigation.
    4) Sure makes it look like our gov’t is into Kangaroo Courts. Everyone saying they’re going to lie about the Russia fraud is probably right. We cannot allow these people to undo our democracy.

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