Stunning Tucker Carlson Reveal: Paul Manafort Worked for Podesta Group…

Well, this is interesting.  Tucker Carlson revealed some stunning information tonight on his TV show.  Former Trump Campaign CEO Paul Manafort worked for John and Tony Podesta, while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, and assisted in gaining Russian benefits via influence over State Department policy.

…And there’s much, much more. WATCH:


This research and ongoing story continues tomorrow night with more information.

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737 Responses to Stunning Tucker Carlson Reveal: Paul Manafort Worked for Podesta Group…

  1. WSB says:

    SD, you posted my favorite photo of PT. Eye of the storm.

    Notice Mike Flynn in the background? I wonder why no presstitute ever asked him for an interview? Huh.

    Liked by 10 people

  2. darby says:

    I love that picture of trump smiling calmly amidst pandemonium. I remember long ago reading your take that the swamp, right after comey interaction with stefano, would be exposed by this investigation. my worry is that, despite the veracity of this, it will be used to justify FISA court warrants and continue the strangle of our civil liberties at the expense of natsec.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. wheatietoo says:

    In December 2012, Putin signed a bill to stop all Adoptions of Russian Children to the US.

    Did this have anything to do with the Podesta brothers and their proclivities toward pedophilia?
    Can’t help but wonder.

    Tucker mentioned a person involved in all this…”a person whose only official job was managing Tony Podesta’s art collection”.
    Well, the main overriding Theme of Tony Podesta’s art collection was…pedophilia.

    Say what you will about Putin, but he is an old school kind of guy.
    He has shown an interest in protecting children…even to the point of making it illegal for homosexuals in Russia, to do anything to ‘recruit’ children.

    Whew. I hope all of this sordid business is exposed.

    Liked by 38 people

  4. MainelyDoc says:

    Wikileaks emails from Podesta last fall showed that he (Podesta) decided to push the Russia/Trump collusion story.

    Liked by 5 people

  5. TexasRanger says:

    BS – Trump Never Needed Mueller.!

    Trump Knew He Never Needed Robert Mueller, Mueller Was Never Even A Consideration.!

    Trump Knew What He Needed Was A Loyal, Strong Aggressive AG Attorney General That Would Pursue All The Obama Admin Criminals as well as Obama himself. But, he was deceived and duped by Sessions.! Jeff Sessions let Trump down Big-Time.!

    However, time and events proved the “Truth Will Prevail and Set You Free” even if by Accident.!

    Today, all the cover-ups are falling apart, still AG Jeff Sessions is not taking any action to uncover the real facts to bring justice to the criminals involved by not appointing a Special Council to investigate the Criminals and Events.

    Jeff Session continues to let criminals do his job and protect themselves and run the DOJ. Jeff Sessions should be held accountable and tried for Treason.! At the very least Jeff Sessions is a Evasive Weasel.!

    There is so much dirt all over the Obama Administration that is unbelievable.!

    The Attorney General is the one that spear head the digging – investigation.!

    Liked by 1 person

    • b0yzero says:

      Texas Ranger, you have no idea whether or not Jeff Sessions is taking action against the swamp. He certainly isn’t going to discuss any investigations that he may be involved in until he deems it to be the right time. People like you who think that this whole draining of the swamp is akin to a one-hour television show where it all gets wrapped up in a single episode are the worst sort. Your pontificating is smothered in grand ignorance and your lack of faith in our President and his choice for Attorney General is sickening.

      Liked by 23 people

      • grandmaintexas says:

        President Trump has no problem firing those who don’t perform or aren’t useful. So that means Sessions is doing something President Trump wants. ☺️

        Liked by 16 people

        • Frankly Ben says:

          Yeah, grandmaintexas, what else adds up?

          The President is legend for firing incompentents. As frustrating as it is not seeing an army of prosecutors rounding up half of Washington, including the Clintons, we know, for we’ve seen firsthand, the brilliance of his strategic planning.

          I’m remaining confident we’ll see a resolution to all this when the President feels the time is right.

          We don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes.

          Liked by 9 people

        • webgirlpdx says:

          I think it’s letting them twist in the wind for a long and painful time. Hillary thinks she still has so much clout that she can go on her blowhard ‘book tour’ and it will continue to give her cover. She’s basically killed herself because now the Democrats even hate her. If she would have kept her big, narcissistic mouth shut, and just settled into the woods, it might have been different.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Benson II says:

          Also it seems those criticizing Sessions totally ignore his stellar actions on deporting illegal gang members and fast tracking deportation of other illegals even inside so called sanctuary cities.

          Liked by 2 people

        • trumptea says:

          @grandmaintexas – That argument, while true most of the time, can not be used here because Trump knows (as we all do) that should he fire Sessions, he will NEVER get ANYONE else through the confirmations. ESPECIALLY if said person was going to be active and not recuse himself.

          Like it or not, we are stuck with Sessions. The globalists successfully negated him … thankfully it was not enough to stop the oncoming storm but or to win the war but they did win that particular battle.

          Liked by 1 person

      • Mal says:

        Well, as long as you’re fine with going to war for israeli interests then Trump is your man.


      • Mayo says:

        In his testimony the other day, AG Sessions referred the panel to the Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein who, we have learned, may be part of the Dossier/Uranium One collusion. Now what?


      • jmclever says:

        Boyzero, i can’t tell you how many times I’ve wished for an NCIS type of approach to this whole thing!

        Liked by 1 person

      • eagledriver50 says:

        And that is why, Mueller, McGabe, Rosenstein and a few others are still in place. Old adage…”Keep you friends close, But your enemies closer”…AG Sessions is doing just fine where he is. ALL of the INTEL and Fed Cop Depts are suspect in anything that resembles any evidence. There is a way that everything can be investigated and still keep the everything under wraps…like (just thinking)…Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Navy Criminal Investigative Service and Army Criminal Investigation (ALL Retired)…Everyone hand picked and cleared and VIOLA…CIVILIAN INVESTIGATORS WITH NO TIES TO ANYONE!!! Can travel anywhere on military aircraft (no traces), right passports issued…hope you all get my drift!!!

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      • Bamalaker says:

        YAY! B0yzero thank you!!!!


      • christinewjc says:

        Excellent points, b0yzero! And…what’s with all those misplaced capital letters in TexasRanger’s comment? Sheesh…🙄


    • Jim in TN says:

      The attorney general has recused himself from all issues related to the campaign. Some see this as virtue. Some see this as betrayal. The demands for him to recuse were definitely hypocritical, given the failure of Lynch or Holder to recuse.

      Since just about everything to do with Shrillary’s past was brought up in the campaign, and all of Obummer’s policies were discussed, that refusal puts all decisions on investigating the two solidly in the deputy attorney generals hands.

      Insist Sessions should quit, or demand he be fired if you think his recusal is a problem. But trying him for Treason?


      • G. Combs says:

        A judge or prosecutor MUST recuse if dealing with anything they have personal connections to.

        If you want RULE of LAW then you have to support recusal of Judges and Procecutors so they are completely impartial. It really is as simple as that.

        US attorney general Jeff Sessions’ statement recusing himself from investigations into the 2016 presidential campaigns
        “During the course of the confirmation proceedings on my nomination to be Attorney General, I advised the Senate Judiciary Committee that ‘[i]f a specific matter arose where I believed my impartiality might reasonably be questioned, I would consult with Department ethics officials regarding the most appropriate way to proceed.

        During the course of the last several weeks, I have met with the relevant senior career Department officials to discuss whether I should recuse myself from any matters arising from the campaigns for President of the United States.

        Having concluded those meetings today, I have decided to recuse myself from any existing or future investigations of any matters related in any way to the campaigns for President of the United States.[…]”

        Actually this is a very good move because it completely takes the wind out of any accuizations of revenge or bipartisanship. If it is Meuller and Clinton lawyers who take down the Clinton/Obama cabal then there is no way the Yellow Stream Media can twist it into Sour Grapes on the part of President Trump and AG Sessions.

        It keeps it nice and clean and may actually wake-up some of the Liberals so the country can heal.

        Liked by 8 people

        • HolyLoly says:

          Perfectly stated. Those accusing Sessions of recusing to avoid the scandal would be the first to scream conflict of interest if he had not.

          You can’t have it both ways. Sessions did what he had to do ethically and the recusal pertains only to matters relative to the campaign because he campaigned for Trump. Most of the corruption in DC had nothing to do with the campaign and transpired throughout the Obama administration so Sessions still has wide latitude to stay involved in those investigations.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Frankly Ben says:

            Perhaps the recusal was a strategic move, as G. Combs says, knowing what was coming down the pike and keeping Sessions out of the fray until the dam breaks with a flood of damning information, at which time he can un-recuse himself, fire Mueller, Rosenstein and the whole rotten team, and appoint special prosecutors to begin the prosecution phase.


        • mimi says:

          I agree. In the first few weeks of the administration, someone made the point that investigating your political opponent reeks of banana republic tactics (Can’t remember who). Letting this unfold more methodically may be the smartest way to go. Plus this method seems to be ensnaring more swamp creatures. I’m in the optimist camp.

          Liked by 1 person

        • cdquarles says:

          Amen sis 🙂 and that reminds me, I have a recollection of Jeff Sessions’ history as a prosecutor. I may be misremembering, so I need to do some research.


      • trumptea says:

        And who do you propose that Trump should nominate … keep in mind that whoever Trump picks must also pass confirmation from the Globalist UniParty elites in the Senate … the same ones that forced Sessions to recuse himself … the same ones who are actively covering fro Hillary and Obama.

        Who, in your mind, could get through the confirmation process that would be willing to go after the Clinton/Obama machines?


    • NvMtnOldMan says:

      Texas—I think that Trump is letting things fester while he gets some things done. Look at the ISIS war and the US economy etc etc. If he had gone after Hillary right after the election we would have NEVER known about all this crap. Trump wanted to get ALL the scumbags exposed and he was right. Everyday more and more are brought to light and it is harder and harder for them to skate. as they could have months ago.

      Liked by 4 people

      • CaptainNonno says:

        I agree (not that I am that smart) and always felt POTUS wanted to get America past certain goalposts before tackling the Ozero Admin scandals. This may force his hand as well as the AG. Not sure of any SOL might apply to corruption, treason or other crimes.


        • Maquis says:

          None to Treason, not likely for public corruption; as for pedo, rape and murder…those are rather persistent threats to one’s future as a freeman, or freewoman.


  6. Jim in TN says:

    There’s a possible error in Tucker’s presentation. Hillary was SOS in January 2013. Her last day was Feb. 1. When talking about her aide joining the Pedestal Group, it was 2013 and Tucker said she was SOS.

    Yes, she was still influence peddling, but from Feb 2013 and on the Secretary was Lurch.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Jim in TN says:

    Seem to be a lot of cutouts in this setup. A company in Belgium, which is really in Ukraine. Presented as Russian oligarchs. Conflated with Russian government.

    Seems a big stretch to connect this to Russian government attempts to steal election or any possible collusion with Trump in doing so.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Jim in TN says:

    Since others have pointed out Pedestal was registered as lobbyist for foreign governments at the time, are they really going after him, or is this just piling on Manafort?

    An attempt to show pattern of behavior to buttress accusations of attempting or doing the same with Trump?

    An attempt to pin a crime on him? Or to pin so many crimes on him that he will finally buckle and finger Trump?


    • Sandra-VA says:

      Podesta Group had not filed their FARA registration until long after the election, same with Manafort.

      The investigation is not focusing on Trump and never was. The President is in zero danger from this investigation. Manafort, however, is going down. Hopefully, the Podestas will also go down and eventually so too will the Clintons 😀


  9. Dani Tx says:

    An American woman adopted a boy from Russia, problems developed and she sent him back to Russia on a one-way ticket. That is why the Russians outlawed adoption of Russian children to America.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Katherine W Doggett says:

      Yes. Exactly what I remembered. The child had lots of behavioral problems. Mom hot tired of him and sent him back to Russia in a very irresponsible way. Russian adpoptions were cut off by Putin over the incident

      Liked by 1 person

  10. Flight93Gal says:

    I agree with SD. The WAPO and potentially Tucker’s reporting may have little to do with the “real truth”. What if the real motivation behind RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA involve US and British special interest losing significant $$$$ because Putin “illegally confiscated billions”, reversing Yeltsin’s privatization of Russian assets? Entities like the Clinton Foundation etc. , Podesta Group and DC Swamp recurring revenue enrichment stopped when POTUS beat Hillary and turned off this spigot. As SD often says, “THERE ARE TRILLIONS AT STAKE” and following the money makes sense to me. WAPO and TUCKER stories may mislead –for a reason!

    Liked by 1 person

    • eagledriver50 says:

      Don’t forget…the Russian Adoption Agencies…They lost a boat load of money when Putin shut down the adoption racket…The female Russian lawyer that was here in States to meet the Jared was talking about the Adoption Agency Issue. There are way too many shady things going on with the last administration that are know moving to the surface and something is about to get blown out of the water with a…MOAB!!!


  11. Were Podesta and Clinton the targets of this investigation from the onset? The more I think about all the events and facts in retrospect, the more valid that thought becomes.


    • mimbler says:

      I don’t think so for a simple reason:

      It would mean PDJT and DOJ were involved in a misuse of the Justice system, and installed a SC for purposes other than stated.

      All the 3d chess theories fall apart with this realization. Trump would not be subverting the justice system for any reason, let alone to go after old democrat crimes.

      When he has the time to divert from all else he is doing, his efforts will be to cleanse the DOJ and make it a true justice department again.

      Liked by 1 person

      • I understand your point, but the open-endedness (is that a word?) of the letter suggests that this was a possibility from the onset. Meanwhile, everyone in DC from both parties were fully behind it . They cannot prove any wrongdoing from the Trump team.
        When I think about it, Jeff Sessions recusing himself makes a little more sense under this scenario. Who knows for certain at this point, but it is fun to speculate nonetheless.

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  12. Hats off to Tucker!! It’s amazing what you can do with a little old fashioned investigative reporting. More reporters need to get off their asses and hit the streets instead of pontificating from their NYC ivory towers.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Flight93Gal says:

      Can anyone remind me? Did Tucker comment that the source approached Tucker first? Also, I appreciate Tucker’s very careful and deliberate reporting on this topic–and in stages–pending verification. However, I do wonder if the story was released to intentionally divert attention from something larger than the Manafort/Podesta intrigue.


    • Benson II says:

      You can’t do what you know nothing about. Investigative reporting for the most part is no longer required of TV talking heads and leftist newspapers like the NYT. They’ve become scandal mongers with an agenda whose talking points they share among themselves. Identical talking points almost word for word from news show to news show prove they exist only to agree among themselves about what to report and what not to report.

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  13. AsksTooManyQuestions says:

    I’m old enough to have seen the Clintons escape justice related to every type of scandal known to man – and woman.

    I’ll believe it when I see it.

    I hope I do, I’m just understandably skeptical it will happen this time.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. Now would probably be a good time for the Clintons to start considering which embassy will shield them from justice. Bunking with Assange probably not a good option.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. There are 4 links on this page the last one is the current state. They cover all the 4 chan Megaanon and pleb threads but the last link covers the Assange leverage and where things stand now. I skipped 2nd. thread…UFO’s and Antartica. Just try the last link and see what you think.

    Liked by 1 person

    • CleanhouseinDC says:

      The 4 chan claims are interesting, though the divine cosmos site is a little, well, much. That’s someone with waaayyyy too much time spent plugged into, I’m not sure what.


  16. Just Beachy says:

    Sessions appointed a new Chief of Staff. Matthew Whitaker – Rod Rosenstein’s new boss.


  17. Texanfree says:

    Great work from Tucker Carlson


  18. Nope2GOPe says:

    I wonder if our beloved President is waiting until after the 2018 mid-term elections for leverage which may be necessary to address this swamp mess…

    The media swamp shouldn’t be trusted. Likely a diversion of some sort!


    • CleanhouseinDC says:

      I must admit, it seems that PDT sets the target, just simply pushes balls down the hill, and they either roll and grow on their own until they are so big they consume those in their path. I don’t know if it strategic thinking or simply understanding how to manage media and messaging in a way few others do, but it pretty fascinating to watch.


  19. Bacall says:

    Okay Sundance. Now we need to know where Circa News came from. I never heard of them until this election campaign and its aftermath. And who is behind leaking information to and through them?

    It remains to be disclosed too who the Republican person was who initiated the Fusion GPS project and why and how McCain was involved?

    I pray that our country finally gets some law, order and justice from the federal government.


  20. DeWalt says:

    Watch how the media is shocked /s/. I suspect the top big R Republicans knew this all along. We will see bread and circuses but nothing of substance will happen. Trump will get his second term. But no one will kick the Dems to sleep over it. The show must go on.


  21. kiskiminetas says:

    I am so happy to hear about this and am so proud of our President.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. woodstuff says:

    President Trump stated that Clinton helped give 20% or our uranium to Russia during the campaign more that a *year* ago. Why is it just now coming to the attention of congress critters? Interesting.


  23. kiskiminetas says:

    One of the people who responded to PDJT’s tweet was Impeach Donald Trump who said “He’s literally going to be the worst thing that has ever happened to you.” What he said is true but not what he expected as it is coming back to haunt him and all the other never Never-Trumpers. MAGA!

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Robert W. says:

    Concerning Sessions, you can not forget how many obama judges are in place in high places as well. Even if there were a stream of indictments, would they really get a true trial and convictions?
    We have to wait until 2018 elections and more obama’s deep operatives are smoked out. Like Sundance says, trust in Trump, he’s got this….

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  25. stinkfoot63 says:

    Not particularly stunned by this. There seems to be a lot of ongoing sabotage that can only have happened from the inside. What will ultimately be stunning is if there aren’t any more apparent rats unearthed.

    Not expecting a whole lot to come from this until more swamp has been drained- particularly in the Judicial system (as has already been pointed out).


  26. Comrade Mope says:

    The SWAT raid on Manafort better cite something a bit more tangible than the Russian Dossier or Manafort is going to own Mueller.


    • bookman says:

      Or the raid never really happened and Mueller has had Manafort’s cooperation from the beginning. Manafort could well be the man with the key that unlocks the whole sordid Clinton/Obama cesspool.


  27. tommyd22 says:

    Finally the Clinton’s expiration date has been reached.. Bill and Hill have outlived their usefulness to the democrat party powers to be.. The need to defend the Clinton’s at all cost is no more.. They will make their way to the persona non grata list all in due time..
    I guarantee you there are more people involved that actually hate Hillary then there are that like her.. The Clinton fall from the power position will only bring more of them out into the light.
    Time to say goodnight..

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  28. AsksTooManyQuestions says:

    Sen Grassley of the Judiciary Committee said (just now on Cavuto’s FBN show) they have a witness who is willing to come forward and tell what he knows about money laundering and bribery involving the Uranium One deal but “we’re having a difficult time getting Justice and FBI to do away with that non-disclosure agreement so he can come to talk with us.”

    Why would Trump’s DOJ and FBI not remove the gag order on this informant?


    • G. Combs says:

      Don’t hand your Ammo to your enemy….

      Liked by 2 people

      • AsksTooManyQuestions says:

        I’m not following, G. Combs. According to their attorney (on Hannity or Tucker, can’t remember which), this person had been undercover, working for the FBI, and has first-hand knowledge and evidence of bribery, collusion, etc. Do you think it’s better if they are not allowed to talk to the Judiciary committee trying to investigate this?

        Not to mention go public on TV – their attorney says they want to talk but have been threatened with criminal prosecution if they violate this gag order.

        I would like to hear what they have to say.


        • bookman says:

          If there is an active DOJ investigation into the U1 matter, there is no chance that they are going to allow bumbling congressional commitees to elicit testimony from an informant.


          • AsksTooManyQuestions says:

            The DOJ is part of the Executive branch and is under Congressional oversight. They don’t have the right to create a gag order that threatens a witness with jail time if they come before a Congressional committee investigating a crime. It’s my understanding that threatening criminal action for violation of an NDA in this setting is basically unheard of. If the FBI & DOJ continue to obstruct, the Judiciary Committee can just issue a subpoena, but I can’t imagine why they should have to go that far.

            I believe Senator Grassley addressed this issue already:

            “The Executive Branch does not have the authority to use non-disclosure agreements to avoid Congressional scrutiny,” Grassley wrote. “If the FBI is allowed to contract itself out of Congressional oversight, it would seriously undermine our Constitutional system of checks and balances. The Justice Department needs to work with the Committee to ensure that witnesses are free to speak without fear, intimidation or retaliation from law enforcement.”



  29. 4sure says:

    Time will tell if the swamp is drained or if it remains a shit hole full of corrupt politicians and their enablers. My money is on it remaining a shit hole as it always does. I never bet against the house. But, a blind hawg gets an acorn every now and then.

    We will know soon enough. Hopefully. This crap sandwich has to be consumed in its entirety sooner or later. It can’t have an indefinite sell by date. The uniparty will drag it out as long as possible. The short attention span public will tire of it and it will be soon forgotten as some new shiny object is dangled in front of the dumb public.

    But, I will keep praying for some old testament justice. Smiting may have to come back in style.

    Liked by 2 people

    • AsksTooManyQuestions says:

      The Swamp can only be drained if the DOJ prosecutes wrongdoers and they go to jail.

      Otherwise they may have to lurk underwater for a bit, but they’ll resurface in time.


  30. Donna in Oregon says:

    Is there any Uniparty scheme that John Podesta isn’t into? Andrew Breitbart exposed John Podesta long ago. Charlie Spirling article in Breitbart nails it.

    In 2010, Andrew Breitbart recognized Clinton campaign chair John Podesta as one of the biggest, most corrupt figures in Washington, D.C.

    Andrew Breitbart knew a lot of things about Podesta……Washington Times article:

    Andrew Breitbart tweet before death adds fuel to online speculation of D.C. sex-trafficking ring
    Newspapers, pundits blast charges from ‘dark crevices of the Web’

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