Robert Mueller Takes Over Full Control of “Steele Dossier” Inquiry…

If the FBI was attempting to reassert a reason for public confidence in their investigative agency; and/or if the FBI was trying to deconstruct their recent history of politicization and weaponization against American citizens; they would be taking specific action toward that end goal.  They’re not.

Exactly the opposite is true.

The current leadership of the FBI and DOJ are factually taking specific action to remove any investigative or public scrutiny of their scurrilous activities and corrupt agency involvement in recent events.  If they didn’t need to do this – they wouldn’t be doing this.

As such, the transparency of their motive to bury their own agencies involvement in the creation of, and payments toward, the ridiculous Steele Dossier is now abundantly clear:

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The special counsel investigating whether Russia tried to sway the 2016 U.S. election has taken over FBI inquiries into a former British spy’s dossier of allegations of Russian financial and personal links to President Donald Trump’s campaign and associates, sources familiar with the inquiry told Reuters.

A report compiled by former MI6 officer Christopher Steele identified Russian businessmen and others whom U.S. intelligence analysts have concluded are Russian intelligence officers or working on behalf of the Russian government.

A spokesman for special counsel Robert Mueller declined comment. The FBI also declined comment.

Three sources with knowledge of Mueller’s probe said his investigators have assumed control of multiple inquiries into allegations by U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia interfered in the election to benefit Trump, a Republican. (read more)

This is beyond absurd.  Whether by intent or accidental design (you decide) the DOJ and FBI are turning the top law enforcement agencies of the U.S. into political operations that resemble a banana republic.

The only way for the DOJ and FBI to even begin to recapture some trust from the American electorate would be to conduct all aspects of their political investigative duty in the most transparent sunlight possible.

Accepting things as they are, as opposed to how we wish them to be, it is obvious the DOJ and FBI intend to carry out their responsibilities in the shadows.  This is not good.

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546 Responses to Robert Mueller Takes Over Full Control of “Steele Dossier” Inquiry…

  1. Kathleen Rady says:

    I still believe DJT was God’s chosen man and I still believe He has DJT’s back.

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  2. milktrader says:

    All this convoluted theory on n-dimensional chess is asinine.

    Sessions needs to be imprisoned for obstruction of justice. I am done with him.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. SR says:

    From next week democrats will be calling end of Mueller investigation and saving tax payers. RINO will join them too. But same RINO would like to keep political senate investigation open.

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  4. Harleyd says:

    I must say I find the shift in Treehouse opinions a bit amusing. I posted here months ago that Sessions was not doing his job and I was regularly labelled a troll. I rest my case.

    The bigger issue is our President. Forget firing Mueller for now. That would start a whole new soap opera. But our President has full authority to take positive action to direct subordinates to enforce the RULE OF LAW. Who in their right mind would object to that. Let Mueller “do his thing”. Just start a “second thing”.

    PDJT could direct Sessions to appoint a second Special Prosecutor to investigate any one of the myriad of Obama era criminals’ lawbreaking. That is consistent with enforcing the RULE OF LAW. Sessions would then have two choices: (1) Obey, or (2) Resign.

    One school of thought is to not do this, because PDJT is making legislative progress and should not rock the boat. In effect, play ball with the Swamp for a while. But this is not the case. The Swamp is thumbing their collective noses at PDJT, Hillary et. al. are strutting their stuff with impunity, and PDJT’s spokespeople have gone silent. This suggests our President has some worrying to do.

    I continue to believe the Swamp has our leader in a tight box. Would someone give me one good reason why he has not take positive action to enforce the RULE OF LAW? All it would take is the stroke of a pen to get this started.

    And please don’t insult me or embarrass yourselves by saying, once again, that Sessions is really working on this and just needs more time. With respect to the Obama era criminals, I’m not talking about presenting proof of criminality, I’m just talking about getting the investigative process started with a Special Counsel.

    I fear there is a reason all the PDJT supporters have gone silent.

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    • milktrader says:

      The argument that Sessions need more time is fatuous.

      Ever since he announced that there would be an announcement while in Costa Rica I knew he was full of it.

      He is a total and utter disgrace.

      There are so many ways to support the “He needs more time” theory while at the same time enforcing the rule of law in these individual circumstances. He has proven himself incompetent and completely unworthy of the role of AJ.

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    • luke says:

      No, you’re right most of us wanted to give Sessions the benefit of the doubt. I actually trust the guy I just don’t think he lacks the stones to handle the task. Rather than fire Meuller I wanted Sessions to open up a hostage investigation on Obama, HRC and their ilk as well….kind of a burn it down together scenario if Meuller and Co persist.

      Now that Sessions has appeared to have lost SD I am really pessimistic to be honest.

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    • saywhat64 says:

      I, too am troubled by the control that the deep state/swamp continues to have over at the DOJ and the FBI. Congress did send a formal request to the DOJ for a new Special Council to start investigation on the Clinton/Obama/Deep State cabal. The silence since then is VERY troubling, especially because Trump from the highest bully pulpit of all has never even mentioned it. Troubling indeed…

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      • James O'Malley says:

        Extremely. A lot of people on twitter are commenting that Mueller is closing in and that the dossier has been “authenticated”.

        This is extremely dangerous, and Sessions refuses to stop Mueller.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      We haven’t gone silent. We’re just exhausted having to repeat the obvious. So that I don’t post the same response twice, please see my comment a few posts down to milktrader.

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    • mariner says:

      My reason is that I know I don’t understand what’s happening, and since I know I don’t I’m not slinging mud.

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  5. Firefly1415 says:

    “Sally Yates, Preet Bharara Stress High Bar for Criminal Charges in Russia Probe” this looks the Dems face saving way of preparing the left for the strong possibility Mueller won’t indict. The lengths mueller is going to block access to people and documents indicates they don’t want a trial where the truth comes out. Just like Comey’s fake investigation went on way too long Mueller is using it as cover. Trump has been taunting too about why pardon if there is only fake leaks. Looks like Trump wil wait it out and have his lawyers make sure he doesn’t get duped into obstruction charges. I suspect that was that Ty Cobb was doing laying a public record trail.

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  6. milktrader says:

    Many, myself included, wanted Sessions to be a bright shining star.

    We delude ourselves with contortions of logic and reasoning to support this initial emotion as being valid.

    Sessions needs to go. Preferably to prison along with Mueller, Comey, Rosenstein and McCabe.

    At this point I don’t care about anything MAGA if there is no rule of law. Either we have a society based on laws or we don’t. Don’t f^&*ing tell me about MAGA first and rule of law later, if we get to it.

    There is no MAGA with the rule of law.

    It’s really that simple.

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    • milktrader says:

      ^ without the rule of law

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    • ZurichMike says:

      This isn’t a one-hour episode of CSI: Washington where all the bad guys will be rounded up using high-tech forensic gadgets and justice served in 41 minutes of action and 19 minutes of commercials.

      The entire DC establishment — let me repeat — THE ENTIRE DC ESTABLISHMENT — is against Trump. He is fighting ALONE against the establishment.

      OK, let’s demand open investigations of the DOJ. Who would conduct them? Feckless Paul Ryan? Establishment whore Mitch McConnell? Dotard John McCain? Bitter little Marco Rubio? NeverTrumper Ted Cruz? The easily compromised darling of the House with the charming accent and bad haircut Trey Gowdy? Think. THINK.

      OK, so let’s fire Sessions because obviously you know his job duties, agenda, and priorities, investigations status, and resources more than he or Trump does, and Sessions is not doing exactly as you want against people you think should be punished in a time frame known and acceptable only to you. Who would you replace him with? Another establishment person? How about the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, nth person in charge at DOJ? Virtually all establishment. White hat, black hat. There are more black hats than white hats. Trump needs to run the government with the “staff” provided. Replacing them is painfully slow.

      Do you have absolute proof (heck, any proof) that Sessions is *not* conducting investigations? Are you privy to his agenda? Many grand juries are empaneled quietly and under seal and far, far away from DC. Any US attorney — in Oklahoma, in Kansas, in South Dakota — could be conducting grand jury investigations on federal crimes, all pieces of an enormous legal puzzle. And gee, we’re so sorry that the DOJ hasn’t provided you a daily briefing.

      Grand jurors are ordinary citizens who have jobs and families, and so grand juries meet infrequently. There are scores of potential federal cases involving labyrinthine political connections, multiple and complex federal crimes, hundreds upon hundreds of witnesses, multiple thousands of documents — oh, and you have to conduct all of this with only white hat DOJ personnel, of which there are few, and they have to do ALL OF THIS without compromising other ongoing investigations.

      Doesn’t it seem odd that Anthony Wiener got such a lenient federal sentence? Typically, scum like him get many years in prison for such crimes. He plea bargained for far less. Why? He more than likely spilled the goods on a lot of other people in the food chain of corruption in DC. That information is now being used in other investigations — but Sessions is not under an obligation to telegraph his every legal strategy and tactic to you or anyone else, particularly those he is investigating. And this kettle of diseased fish is the size of an ocean.

      Let’s indict, for example, Hillary. Imagine the circus. IMAGINE THE CIRCUS. You might be dead on rights that she is a vicious, law-breaking grifter. I agree. She will never – EVER be indicted. If she were indicted, there would be cries of misogyny, political retribution, lies, fascism, blah blah blah by politicians on both sides of the aisle, media that are 95% against Trump, amplified by social media outlets who routinely promote leftism. Where on earth would you have the trial? Or find jurors who are objective? Or a judge who doesn’t have a conflict? How long do you think a trial would last? And then the deliberations? And then the appeals process no matter which side loses? TV shows, pundits, editorials, media blitzes of all kind. Think of the OJ Simpson case in the 1990s. Or the Trayvon Martin case a few years ago. Those were mere amateur hour sideshows compared to the galactic circus that would descend upon the country for high-profile cases. And during all of this, how much of Trump’s agenda will be moved forward?

      Perhaps you’re not a troll. But you are being entirely unrealistic.

      That is all.

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      • The Tundra PA says:

        Awesome ZM! Gobsmacking AWESOME. True to the very last word. Thank you.

        Liked by 4 people

      • mariner says:

        Thank you, ZM.

        That was excellent.

        Liked by 2 people

      • ZM brings the big guns. Holes are just for Swiss Cheese anymore.

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      • carole says:

        Zurich, you have said it all. President Trump is patriotic, brilliant, and PRACTICAL. What looks to some of us like ‘going along’ with the swamp or being boxed in by the swamp, is, in reality, Trump doing the practical thing and the best thing under the circumstances while he MAGA.

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      • Joachim says:

        Indict and lay out ALL the evidence in a public forum, then pardon.

        Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

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      • milktrader says:

        No, I’m not a troll. I am very, very disappointed in Sessions.

        I’m not disappointed that Hillary isn’t doing a perp walk yesterday or at the time frame of what we hope is being investigated. Sure I get it. Cases take time to be built.

        I doubt there are as many ongoing investigations as we all hope. Like you wrote, correctly, there would be a circus if certain politicians were to be held to the same standard as you and I.

        But so what? Let there be a circus. The law should not be hostage to fear of bad press.

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        • ZurichMike says:

          And yet you have still drawn the conclusion that it has been, is, and will be different standards — but basd on what? An incomplete and/or misinformed view about Sessions, crimes, grand juries, resources, and other priorities?

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          • milktrader says:

            Based on your circus theory for one. The fear of bad press.

            Also my view of Sessions is in part based on his willingness to recuse himself. This is not what a fighter does. If he is aware of the infestation of black hats in Justice, then the last thing he should do is recuse.

            Neither of us has the facts on why Weiner got such a light sentence. On the one hand it makes sense that he gave them something in return, and they are using that to bolster their investigations. On the other hand it’s equally possible he got a light sentence because of his connections to the Clinton cabal.

            If it’s the former, I’m happy to buy anyone a six pack and admit I was wrong. I’m afraid it’s the latter scenario that is the true one.

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          • Jim in TN says:

            How about Trump saying prosecuting Hillary wasn’t going to happen. (Back in November about 2 weeks after election.) More currently we were told by Chaffetz that Sessions said there will be no prosecution of the old admin.

            That is the standard that our guys are saying they will hold to.

            There are no secret investigations of the old guys. Sessions says so. We need to accept that and move on.

            Some of us will still say that this is just a subterfuge. Sessions is lulling them to sleep so he can strike hard. Others will say this is another brilliant n-dimensional chess move, pick an n as high as you want. Some of us will feel betrayed, Trump promised. Others will mourn the failure to uphold the rule of law.

            Frankly, it is a swamp self-defense mechanism. They do not want tit-for-tat political prosecutions in alternating administrations. Not that the other side didn’t try to prosecute the people who had approved ‘enhanced interrogations’, even though they had already been cleared.

            Tough call. The other side will not uphold this bargain. On the other hand they will cry political prosecution and will retaliate with true political prosecutions.

            The Pollyannish amongst us need to get a dose of reality. The Sessions haters need to realize that he is following Trump’s lead.

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          • somaspecialist says:

            Stop the “5d chess” excuses… it’s really getting old

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      • diddle40 says:

        Sessions voluntarily recused himself. Why? He should have stood by Trump.

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        • ZurichMike says:

          What makes you think he didn’t stand by Trump? Or that this, in the long run, matters? If you are a one-issue supporter, good for you, but please don’t waste our time with ths tired “could have, would have, should have” crap.

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          • diddle40 says:

            Err….he recused himself from the ‘russian’ investgation which brought a mountain down on The 45th’s head. Even the 45th disliked the recusal and said so.

            As to the rest of your response to me, well, ‘bless you too brother’.

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            • ZurichMike says:

              Errr . . . the Russian investigation has been ongoing since Trump declared his candidacy in 2015. The mountain was already down, and would have been used against him in the primaries, the campaign, the October surprise before the Election, or up to Inauguration Day.

              Trump’s dislike doesn’t of a recusal doesn’t mean Sessions is not supporting him. You are positing single issue crap over and over again, relying on the fallacy of the excluded middle: “If X, then it can only be Y”.

              Nice try. Peddle your nonsense on Breitbart.

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              • diddle40 says:

                And once again, bless you too!

                Nothing you post changes the very simple fact that Sessions must have known all you post, yet still excused himself.

                Also nothing you post changes the fact that the 45th dissed Sessions for his recusal, so he did not see that coming.

                Were you sure of your argument, you would not have a need to try and ‘shoot the messenger’.

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              • diddle40 says:

                And once again, bless you too!

                Nothing you post changes the very simple fact that Sessions must have known all you post, yet still excused himself.

                Also nothing you post changes the fact that the 45th dissed Sessions for his recusal, so he did not see that coming.

                Were you sure of your argument, you would not have a need to try and ‘shoot the messenger’.

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          • somaspecialist says:

            you sound like a sycophant

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            • ZurichMike says:

              And you a bandwidth-wasting troll who regurgitates NeverTrump memes ad nauseum.

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            • zucccchini says:

              Oh gee, sorry. Your opinion and thoughts are absolutely the only thing that counts here and you speak for everyone with WE. LOL Why do people like you always resort to name calling. Seems like the left indulge in that because they have little else to say.

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        • RAC says:

          “Sessions voluntarily recused himself. Why? He should have stood by Trump.”
          Or at the very least discussed his intention with PDJT before locking himself in the bathroom with his feet jammed up against the door !

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      • magaskook says:

        I Like Mike! Spot on buddy! Trump is nobody’s fool and he has a “master” plan to deal with this. I trust Trump and will be patiently waiting. If Trump did not collude, and we all know he didn’t, then he has nothing to worry about except (us) losing patience ourselves. He is playing this very smart so far and has pushed back just enough without “obstructing” justice which was the Trap that was set for him. Make no mistake. They expected Trump to obstruct and if he had………
        Be patient my friends. This is a test of faith to be sure, but im faithful that our patience will be rewarded.
        40 years they wandered the desert in search of a promise from God himself. Surely we can be patient a little longer.

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      • Theo West says:

        On the other hand, I’ve been wondering if they’ve got pictures of him with little boys or something. I wanted Sessions for VP, but his recusal just blew it all up for me. What a betrayal. Disappointed in him ever since, and wondering if he really is who we all thought he was all this time.

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      • kokopuf says:

        Great post, ZM! As I have said before, Jeff Sessions is doing exactly what President Trump wants! I am not sure what the long term plan is, but you can bet the President has one and it is moving forward.

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      • RAC says:

        ZM you say……”The entire DC establishment — let me repeat — THE ENTIRE DC ESTABLISHMENT — is against Trump. He is fighting ALONE against the establishment.”
        And also…….”Do you have absolute proof (heck, any proof) that Sessions is *not* conducting investigations?”
        Granted that your first assertion is to a great extent true, if Sessions was doing his job and fighting back do you honestly think it would not be being leaked, the likes off cnn would be giving daily updates. That alone can be taken as evidence that he is doing zilch.

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        • ZurichMike says:

          Have there been any leaks from the White House — directly from his closest team — about anything? No. And that’s because he is building his team of very trusted, very competent people. So sorry that the voyeuristic needs of people weaned on instant gratification are not being met.

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          • RAC says:

            It has nothing at all to do with “the voyeuristic needs of people weaned on instant gratification.” My point is that the holdovers that usually leak like a sieve are silent, when if Sessions were going after big game they would be going frantic. That tells me nothing is happening.

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        • Rich Gorman says:

          I believe that Sessions is compromised ( was spied on by team Obama for YEARS) and Sessions is stuck with a huge holdover OBAMA / HOLDER / LYNCH staff of DOJ lawyers.
          He is completely neutralized by the Swamp. He was a Senator. Senators do not manage humongous organizations. No such experience on his resume. Fantasies of great covert action are … well FANTASIES.

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      • CountryclassVulgarian says:

        Excellent. Problem is we don’t always think things through. Our President is not a dictator. He has to work within the system.

        That said, I still don’t trust Sessions but as you point out the swamp is deep and wide, God have mercy on our President and our country.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Thanks, ZM. You make absolute sense.

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      • 5catzmom says:

        Beautifully and awesomely said ZM!

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      • lovely says:

        Bravo Mike ! The reality is that 99% of the people in DC are fighting the draining of the swamp either because they are corrupt, incompetent or cowards.

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      • somaspecialist says:

        In other words LAWLESSNESS is okay as long as a WALL is built and taxes are cut👍

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        • ZurichMike says:

          This isn’t an either/or proposition. Building a wall doesn’t mean that he is ignoring lawlessness (and isn’t stopping *illegal* immigration fighting lawlessness?), there are priorities and realities to balance, and choices about governing (with a hostile Congress no less ) aren’t as simple as you and your infantile, reductionist generalizations make it to be.

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    • mariner says:

      Wow.

      You believe Sessions should go to prison, because his results so far seem disappointing.

      I’m glad I’ll never share a foxhole with you; I’d wake up dead.

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  7. saywhat64 says:

    It’s a coupe. And the really sad part is many of the republicans in Congress are in on it. Congress does have oversight and the bully pulpits. Pretty soon Trump needs to start some serious firing and bring his case to the American People…

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Who would run the oversight committees? Feckless Paul Ryan? Establishment whore Mitch McConnell? Dotard John McCain? Bitter little Marco Rubio? NeverTrumper Ted Cruz? The easily compromised darling of the House with the charming accent and bad haircut Trey Gowdy? Balanced on the committee by Marxist bitch Elizabeth Warren and self-dealing Diane Feinstein? Think. THINK.

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      • milktrader says:

        Clearly congress has no desire to out itself so senate or house committee investigations are a complete dead end.

        There will need to be a unique solution to this. Spitballing here but a new division inside the DOJ that serves as a political corruption unit. Could Sessions redeem himself and organize this? Doubt it.

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    • mariner says:

      I continue to hope that PDJT really has something up his sleeve and he’s waiting to light the fuze until the right time for maximum impact in the runup to the 2018 elections.

      I’m less confident of that than I’ve been in the past.

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  8. Ross says:

    So all the USA and UK intelligence agencies cannot find Steele to get him in front of the Intelligence Committee the Committee gives up !! How very convenient. If they expect us to accept that then as the old saying goes ” I’ve got a bridge to sell you”

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  9. LM says:

    If Sessions is a true Christian then he must decide if he will please God first or man.

    And if Jeff Sessions is a moral, Christian man–and I believe he is–that is a huge asset for our cause. There is an opening there for God to intervene and make AG Sessions great.

    As encouragement I will confide that I truly believe that our president was only a good man until he answered the call of God, Whose Anointing is changing him before our eyes into an example of greatness.

    It looks like Jeff Sessions’ legalistic reasoning on not pursuing Hillary or Obama is that he gave his word to recuse, but that this is causing him to break his oath of office. For this, he will answer to God. For his sake, as well as for the good of the country and our God given President, AG Sessions must fulfill the full duties which he swore to uphold.

    I believe that his way out is to appoint a special counsel to look into the Clinton Foundation crimes, the illegal survelliance by Obama, the IRS abuse, Benghazi, Antifa, etc. If Jeff Sessions is not hearing from the Lord on this himself, perhaps a strong man of God could confront him and speak words of truth that might convict him.

    One such strong man might be Jay Sekulow.

    Or pehaps if we pray and make enough noise, the AG will hear this from us, fully turn to the Lord, do the right thing, znd help MAGA.
    🙏❤️

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  10. Redhotsnowman says:

    Zurich makes a pretty damn compelling case. Patience treepers.

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    • RAC says:

      Attacking people who are disappointed in Sessions doesn’t seem like a compelling case for anything, the message that comes across is just sit tight and hope for the best.

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  11. Sentient says:

    Let me bottom line it for everyone: Muslim Brennan cooked up the whole Russiagate crap ànd Pompeo is letting the farce continue because he’s Deep State.

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  12. Harleyd says:

    You don’t need to fire anyone and create a big stir. You don’t need to go after Hillary directly and rile up her fans. Just appoint a second Special Counsel, a true DC outsider, with impeccable credentials, and let him/her tackle just one of the huge, well documented scandals (Clinton Foundation/Uranium 1, Debbie Gate, DNC Server Gate, etc.).

    Once one step is made in the direction of the RULE OF LAW, a lot of walls will come tumbling down. Absent a single, visible step, we are beginning to doubt the RULE OF LAW will ever be restored.

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  13. saywhat64 says:

    Corruption runs so deep on both sides of the aisle in DC that no one in DC will prosecute anyone in DC for the fear that their own crimes will be prosecuted next.

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  14. legionofone says:

    I think Sessions has been compromised. Remember, Samantha Power was busy unmasking hundreds of America’s private conversations right up until the end of the Obama admin. Why?

    Well, why did the Clintons’ seize 500+ FBI background files of Republicans early in the first term?
    Because, they can blackmail or merely present the threat of private information being leaked.

    IMHO- the unmasking tactic was designed to stop any serious reform by the GOP by the
    implied threat of dirty laundry being leaked to the media. One should keep in mind that
    dirty laundry is fatal for Republican politicians and not Democrat politicians.

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  15. Comrade Mope says:

    Lois Lerner was afforded the opportunity to read a statement before invoking her Fifth Amendment Rights without being prosecuted for her silence after waiving those Rights. I submit before anyone testifies before a grand jury or answers questions, they read a statement similar to
    “I have appeared before you to answer all your questions to the best of my ability, as honestly as possible. Every lawyer knows witnesses have differing versions of events. My objective is to fully inform, not to obstruct this investigation. Therefore, if the special council agrees to forego any “process crime” he may begin questioning. Otherwise he may dismiss me as I invoke my Fifth Amendment Rights.”
    The burden should be on Mueller to show he is after the truth not just ‘getting the administration’.
    Mueller has to show something, in the end, for this investigation. The problem he faces is after all the investigations that went nowhere-Benghazi, Fast and Furious, Clinton Foundation, the e-mails, how does he justify a prosecution in this case?

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  16. jeans2nd says:

    Spanish court grants U.S. extradition for Russian hacking suspect
    “Levashov… had worked for President Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party for the last 10 years…Levashov’s lawyers (alleged)…the real reason behind it (the extradition) may be that he (Levashov) was a programmer who might have “hacked the U.S. elections…Russia has lodged its own request for Levashov’s extradition from Spain”.
    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN1C81JN
    the plot thickens

    Does anyone really believe this charade will succeed in removing Pres Trump from office?
    No. Not for a long while, anyway. The Dems def do not want a Pres Pence. This is another Benghazi dog and pony show for the entertainment purposes of the unwashed.
    Nothing will come of this, as usual. It succeeds in diverting the Deplorables and the alt-left from attacking the Uniparty Swamp Dwellers. Mission accomplished. Heck of a job, Robbie.
    Putin could not have scripted this any better than if he had written it himself.

    That said, currently the real targets are Manafort (bad hustler who finally was caught), Don Jr (too naive for his own good), and Jared Kushner (joozzz rule Trump and the U.S.). Any little bit we could dig up may help the Trump attorneys.

    As for Sessions – Pres Trump and many of his top people – Conway, Tillerson, more – have made it clear that their intent is to improve America for the Forgotten Man. Sessions, so far, seems to be doing his job. Just b/c our (and my) defs of what is AG Sessions’ job does not mean Sessions is doing nothing. Sessions is replaceable. Pres Trump is not.

    A wee bit of speculation – from the Reuters article up top, the SSCI and House Intel Comm seem to be pursuing the origin of the Trump Dossier funding. Assumptions have been made that the original GOPe source was the JEB! campaign, which would be Karl Rove.
    Ted Cruz had a campaign mgr who was dirtier than Karl Rove. Jeff Roe, iirc. Steve Bannon would know all about this guy. Bannon worked closely with Roe for months.
    Who coined the term Javanka? Who became close with Reince Preibus? Why is Breitbart.com writing articles that seem intent on attracting the alt-left?
    so many questions, so little brain…

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  17. Jeff Sessions has turned into a joke!

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  18. fakenoozisforfools says:

    What is the over / under on when we will ever again see a nooz report that lists the name(s) of the source(s) for the report rather than referring to them anonymously? Why should I believe anything based on unnamed “sources familiar with the inquiry”? How familiar are they? And do I trust a crap weasel outfit like Reuters to accurately report what even legitimately familiar sources have told them? I do not.

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  19. YvonneMarie says:

    Stephen Miller worked for Senator Sessions. Stephen Miller works for President Trump. The Deep State is large & it is dangerous to be around. I trust President Trump & I trust General Kelly. That picture of Sessions is sad. Shameful.

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  20. trumptea says:

    Should be clear by now, Sessions has either been blackmailed & extorted, had his family threatened, or is personally involved ins the sewage that is D.C.

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  21. kriseton says:

    So does this cause a wrench in the works? New CNN story says Mueller already talked to Steele. So can we quit the freaking out now? There is no ‘burying’ of the dossier if Mueller took the time to interview the creator…who is avoiding discussion of the topic. This was months ago.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/05/politics/special-counsel-russia-dossier-christopher-steele/index.html?sr=twCNNp100517special-counsel-russia-dossier-christopher-steele0606PMStory&CNNPolitics=Tw

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  22. ruffsoft says:

    Investigations do not make public their findings until they are completed.

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  23. zucccchini says:

    I was done with Sessions when they announced they were NOT pursuing ANY investigations into the IRS and Lois Lerner. That really touches a nerve for me since that is using the taxing arm of the government to limit, intimidate, antagonize those that may have an opposite point of view than the sitting administration. To me this is the worst kind of corruption and should be stamped out immediately and those responsible prosecuted.

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  24. floridahoosier93 says:

    When will Mueller be investigated?

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