Hear That ‘Click’?…

“Deep State”?Charles McCullough Story

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384 Responses to Hear That ‘Click’?…

  1. LOVE me some PDJT…….

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  2. kinthenorthwest says:

    Still can’t figure out why nothing has been done with Hillary.

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  3. positron1352 says:

    What bothers me is that commentators are calling this a scandal. It should be called a crime.

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  4. phoenixRising says:

    This thread is interesting…hope I linked it properly

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  5. rumpole2 says:

    I have to ask…

    WHY is The President of The United States of America asking Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson??

    He is ultimately the BOSS

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    • MaryfromMarin says:

      It’s both a rhetorical question and a heads-up.

      He’s looking into it.

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    • 17CatsInTN says:

      Rumpie, I love ya bro, but ya gotta hold on. It’s coming. All of it. Everything we’ve hoped and dreamed of. Trust our President. He KNOWS what he is doing. He does. There is always a specific intent behind everything he does and says. Always. 😘

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Right.

        Like Hillary is gonna get investigated… when Sessions gets a roundtuit.

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        • 17CatsInTN says:

          Like I said, I love ya, but you are wrong about this. Everyone playing the beat on Sessions game is wrong. Wait for it. EVERYTHING is imploding in their faces.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            You can not say I am wrong based on you BLIND FAITH alone… just sayin.

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            • 17CatsInTN says:

              Not blind faith. Watching and observing, emerging patterns, a little of the prophetic, gleaning an understanding of how our President operates and conviction.

              Do you honestly think with everything going on if Sessions wasn’t doing his job, he’d still be around? This man does NOT reveal his plans when the stakes are high. I TRUST my President.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                “observing patterns” would have you convinced that Sessions was asleep.
                It really is “faith” that makes you think otherwise

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                • 17CatsInTN says:

                  We’re going to have to agree to disagree and each go our merry way. Bye!

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                • Here we are again. Perhaps the patterns you are observing indicate Sessions is sleeping. However, many of us are observing very real patterns that have been explained in detail here and elsewhere over the last 6 months that indicate very different conclusions. Yet, you persist in calling it “blind faith”! It is not blind faith if you can outline a THEORY with plausible points of reference.

                  What do you think about the LA Times now starting to go negative on Mueller?

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  The Trump tweet states no Hillary investigations

                  I’ll stick with Trump… rather than what people imagine. … Blind faith that Trump ios wrong seems very silly?

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                • Again, understanding Trump is important. So, when he tells you that he does not show his hand and tell his opponents his plans…you still stick with Trump?

                  Don’t cherry pick now.

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  I have not got an hour to waste on Bill Mitchell 🙂

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                • No, but you can post repetetive comments here day after day.

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  ONCE AGAIN….

                  I REPLY… to people like you… who take it upon themselves to reply by way of discussion… it is my nature to have the courtesy to reply back

                  I am doing other stuff… all I see is my mentions…. in WP reader.

                  It is SAD that most replies are NOT discussion about the topic.. but rather abuse of me. It should be a banning offense, but apparently, here at CTH it is not..

                  I am doing other stuff… all I see is my mentions…. in WP reader.

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                • Abuse? Go back over YOUR comments over the last weeks. How many of them are about Sessions “sleeping” or very similar?

                  In many places THAT would be a banning offense and considered TROLLING.

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  ummmm…. Sessions is NOT a poster at CTH

                  If you can not even make the distinction between talking about political players and attacking fellow posters at CTH… no wonder you keep stuffing up.

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                • Don’t obfuscate. Everybody who’s a regular here knows already that you don’t like Sessions and have said it countless times. WE GET IT!

                  Perhaps, you are getting “attacked” because you bring it on yourself. Just take a look at the entire thread and see which comments are receiving more agreement. But I digress.

                  Take care. I am moving on to another thread.

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  Don’t be deliberately THICK.

                  My point is it is not unknow to be critical of political players… obviously the other side (DEMS) are targets… so are various “GOPe” politicians… and Sessions is fair game too.

                  THAT is completely different from attacking other CTH posters….

                  Move to whatever thread takes your fancy. Unless you reply to me.. I wont even see what you post.

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                • I point to my previous comment…it still applies.

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            • kiskiminetas says:

              You either have faith in Trump or you don’t rumpole2. I have been all in on him since he came down the escalator. Yes, there have been times early in this fight where I wavered and was freaking out about what pols and the msm were saying. But as time went on I became fully in on MAGA. You can say we go on blind faith but that is far from the truth. Our commitment to PDJT has comes from trusting the man, one who knows what he is doing. What he has done is there for all to see if they want too. I asked this question before and ask you now: Why is there no rioting in the streets by Antifa, BLM and other leftist groups? That and other things that should be happening are not.

              There is a reason for it and it is PDJT and his band of Merry Men and Women. There is a seismic event taken place in this nation and the forces against the MAGA agenda will not say anything about it or report it. No all you get is same old tired out talking points from the same old corrupt people. They fully well know that their 6”s are in a bind and they are nervous and rightfully so.

              Relax Our Man Trump got this.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                BLIND FAITH and nothing else is NOT a positive….

                I am a Trump “supporter”.. a fan even…. but to imagine that everything associated with him is perfect is ridiculous.
                It is silly to say, for instance, that the fact that Trump picked Sessions is proof that Sessions is a good AG.
                I LIKE TRUMPS TWEETS… but even so… this latest one begs the question.. why tweet asking why authorities are not looking into things. Trump is in charge. He can tell Sessions to Wake up… or any other Gov. Agency to take action.

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                • joshua says:

                  go read or reread “The Art of the Deal” before you worry yourself to death and bore everyone with you bellyaching.

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  Yeah… right.
                  EVERYONE HERE has read it… that is where I am going wrong. LOL
                  I guess YOU have read it. A faith-based outlook on things requires a “bible”.
                  I do agree that the discussion here might perk up if people read the information available.. as opposed to denying reality.

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                • mimbler says:

                  He can as a point of law. But..he is handcuffed politically by the inevitable cries of obstruction of justice or persecuting political enemies if he actually has to order Sessions. A good AG does his job without being ordered by PDJT

                  And if you have to order it done, the results are likely to be a very poor investigation.

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            • mimbler says:

              Yes, people seem to be missing the point that Trump’s tweet says DOJ is not investigating Hillary and is asking why not.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                Sessions answers indicate no investigations are underway. He also showed confusion about what he had recused HIMSELF from and indicated he did not know what he could investigate… so obviously he is NOT investigating jack at the moment.

                It seems nuts to me to ignore the evidence and think Sessions has been beavering away in secret. Clearly he is not… and nothing has been forthcoming since sessions appeared before congress.. the news cycle moves on.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            “Everything is imploding in their faces”

            I have heard THAT before LOL

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            • 17CatsInTN says:

              I’m sorry this is so hard on you, and it seems like you’re filled with skepticism. I can understand that. Personally, I reached a point where I could no longer engage with the day-to-day speculation, angst, crisis of the moment or whatever. I choose to believe my President will do what he said he would do, drain the swamp.

              I’ve lost track of the number of campaign promises he made that he’s kept. Arresting the big players is on his list and it will get accomplished in the way, time and manner he deems best.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                Not “skepticism”
                I am looking at facts. You are assuming that things will be different this time, but the facts to date suggest not.

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                • 17CatsInTN says:

                  Ok, you go ahead and live in this world that you’ve created for yourself of bitter disappointment. I’m going to live in my world of trust in a man who’s already kept dozens of promises. I won’t even say I told you so when it all comes to pass. 😁

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  That is just silly. I am not the one “creating a world” THose who convince themselve that stuff is happening, when the evidence indicates its not are the one “creating”

                  I am not “bitter” I am disappointed in this one aspect of the way things are going.. mainly AG stuff… but otherwise I am pleased with all Trump has achieved.. and I say so often 🙂
                  I UNDERSTAND why Trump does not (can not) simply fire Sessions… that does not mean I pretend that Sessions is doing a great job… in secret.. or that his apparent abject failure is somehow “3D Chess” that us mere mortals should not question.

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                • 17CatsInTN says:

                  I am not creating or pretending anything. I am looking at the larger picture, which I think you are missing completely. We have two different perspectives on this. We can all question, wonder, speculate, come to conclusions as we cogitate. Our conclusions are completely different. That is all.

                  I see there is much more going on then any of us are privy too. You don’t. So we leave it there and move on, still friends. One or the other of us will be proved right in the end and we wait until checkmate.

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              • Remington..... says:

                Connect the dots. It’s all there. It’s akin to looking at a cat through a picket fence. You only see the component parts. The head. Front leg….tail. But you absolutely know the cat is there. PT shows us more of the cat every day.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            OK so you have faith that investigations will result… indictments will follow.

            WHEN do you think that will happen?

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            • 17CatsInTN says:

              I don’t know, and I’ve quit guessing. I just know it will happen. Obviously, it’s not soon enough for any of us.

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              • Brant says:

                Luis Gutierrez and John Conyers. They are way different than Flake and Corker leaving. There is a reason for their leaving, Conyers leaving cat bird seat of power…..if democrats are preparing for winning everywhere next year. Something is happening.

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            • Dennis Leonard says:

              Rumpole,
              For someone who says we should not have faith ,you are expending a lot of energy to spread your belief system,give it a rest.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                IF you dont like my posts… feel free to scroll, baby scroll.

                As I have explained to argumentative types before…. I scroll past a LOT.

                I mostly ont SEE posts if they are specific REPLIES to me that show in mentions… so the “solution” is in YOUR HANDS.

                If you do not reply to me I wont see your post.. and I wont reply… so my thought (based on evidence) will not be known… except by those who can also read and comprehend and follow the facts and evidence…as opposed to just having faith that things are as they dream. Such people, will almost certainly come to same conclusions that I do., because there is only ONE reality.

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            • joshua says:

              why do you have such an enfantile need to KNOW? Trust is something in a personality and pessimism is a learned negative response. We elected DJT because of his history and ability….and anyone that was ever a CEO and a TURNAROUND manager KNOWS that you do things slowly until you do something big, really really fast….AFTER you have built the infrastructure to support the change. You are an example of a lost in the dark old employee wanting to know what is going to happen for YOU, not what is actually happening.

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            • Orygun says:

              It does no good to rush for indictments when you have a judicial system that is still loaded with partisan judges. Once they are let off the hook they are going to be gone for good.
              The old saying about “getting your ducks in a row” applies and the President and AG are just going to have to wait until they have a judiciary system that works.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                I refer you to Al Capone example.
                They indicted him for tax evasion. Untangling all of his racketeering would have taken many more years.
                It is simply NOT TRUE that you have to get all your ducks in a row… especially if there are millions of ducks… you will never get there.

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          • YvonneMarie says:

            I think you are RIGHT.

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          • Covfefe-USA says:

            Agreed, Cats – I’ve not been one to question our AG. It takes time to build a case – and in this case, there have been layers upon layers, circles of associates, organizations, bank accounts – all protected by elaborate forms of obstruction. His Excellency, our President, is masterfully, systematically and surgically striking. Things happen slowly until they happen suddenly. It was no accident our AG first addressed asset forfeiture – yet many comments here ridiculed him. Our NG and Marines have supposedly been quietly deployed to be ready in case of national emergency – our military being loyal to the CIC. The black hats within the IC have had to be neutralized. The media – Ministry of Truth – have had to be neutralized. Our AG has systematically been eradicating MS13 – assassins deliberately allowed into the country to create chaos. This is all one huge of an operation! When we finally see the chief master criminal taken down, many who have consistently bashed the AG will retract their comments.

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            • 17CatsInTN says:

              Yep. I completely agree with you. I worked in the legal field for 40 years. In large corruption cases like this, it can take YEARS to put a good, airtight indictment together. And, Lord knows, they’ve spent years covering their tracks or killing off potential informants. This is MUCH bigger than just the Clintons, but they can be the start.

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              • Mariposa323 says:

                People think politicians are all stupid and it’s just a matter of exposing and indicting . We don’t know how far the rabbit hole goes as they say . Unless Sessions is actively part of the cover up , I’d say he’s digging in that hole right now . I don’t think Trump would be ignorant of his loyalty and that is obviously why he is still there. If Trump really doesn’t trust him , ask yourself , would he still be there ? I think the day and the hour of Justice approaches , but it must not be hurried .

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                • 17CatsInTN says:

                  The fact that Sessions is still there, mostly quiet, tells me all I really need to know. That is why I know PDJT trusts him. If he didn’t, he’d be LONG gone. The hammer will start pounding away at the appropriate time.

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        • The Devilbat says:

          Have you ever studied the game of chess? What is happening is all about tactics.

          Sure we would all like to have seen Hillary and others arrested as soon as Trump was sworn in as president. It is quite likely however that the Clinton’s crimes go much, much deeper than anyone can imagine and they involve a lot of other people.

          Sadly, many of those people will be high level republicans. I believe it is a big mistake to think that the matters at hand can be resolved immediately. Trump is dealing with decades of corruption and quite likely a number of acts of treason. DC is a very sick place.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            LOL

            Yeah I have played a lot of chess (not for a while)… and have won prizes playing Bridge.

            I know about “tactics”

            I also know about assumptions based on faith alone.

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            • joshua says:

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            • Tom says:

              Then you are not seeing Trump’s tactics. First, he made some election promises come true, and helped the economy to help his supporters and his doubters both. Secondly, he’s removing from office via any means available those who oppose him, and exposing those who oppose him in the shadows. The Uniparty is almost fully exposed now, and more people have climed on the MAGA train.He’s thirdly drying up the illicit money sources of his opponents. Fourth, he’s putting a favorable judiciary in place so there will be judges and juries that will convict these cases. Fifth, he’s expelling the illegal voters and the drug gangs, all sources of Demonrat support. Sixth, he’s drying up the CONgressional slush funds like the DOJ, HUD, Obamacare, CFPB, State Dept, the UN NGOs, NAFTA, to
              put financial stress on his opponents. Seventh, he’s taking out major players like the Podestas, the eneMedia and others who slither around DC and push the Uniparty agenda. He’s also changing public opinion on those who have abused their power for decades. All this was necessary to clear the battlespace, and it takes time. The reason Bill Clinton wasn’t impeached was because of public opinion. Trump is removing that support from the Clintons and the Obamas and others, so that when he does strike, it is clear that actual crimes have been committed and it’s not the “vast right-wing conspiracy”.

              All you who don’t see this should open your eyes.

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            • AM says:

              The problem here is that you’re so in skeptical mode, you don’t know when you’ve hit an answer. I see this all the time in real life because it’s taken me a while to piece together the truths of Christianity. When I finally went back to Mass, I discovered a bunch of people who literally could not believe the truths they supposedly believed because they couldn’t stop picking apart everything because it felt “smart”.

              It’s rather like noticing that scab on a wound has been formed, but you can’t trust that the healing is happening underneath so you pick at it and take the scab off. It’s unhealthy and counter productive. The strategy of working in the dark/twilight and pouncing when least expected (although my vote is soon after mid-terms) is a known, smart strategy used by fish, lions, and humans that have ironically overcome their baser instincts. Wanting Trump pick off the scab because you’re nervous that nothing is happening is similarly unhelpful.

              If you don’t have faith in people, well, that’s well justified. Everyone is fallen. However, functionally you do make daily assumptions based on faith alone in strangers because otherwise you’d never leave the house or you’d have a bunker in Montana with no Internet connection. 🙂

              Someone has outlined clearly that there’s at least a trustworthy pattern of behavior in Trump. A year out and a long, long list of promises fulfilled. I have evidence for my faith (trust) in Trump. No, I don’t have what you want, which is a letter stating his direct strategy and the moment we can expect an indictment. But having the level of evidence that would make you comfortable, like picking off that scab, is self defeating.

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        • Ditch Mitch says:

          rumpole2, see the link below with attention to #8 and #14. It will become clear why PDJT and Sessions are doing what they are doing.

          https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/935719282671017984

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          • rumpole2 says:

            NOPE.

            Not impressed with one persons GUESS.

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            • Mariposa323 says:

              Ok then use simple logic . I don’t believe what I don’t see therefore I must rely on my observation of person’s track record . If I can trust that I can make certain assumptions . Yes I can still be a skeptic , but I can also have reason to be optimistic in the absence of enough facts to the contrary . There are some facts to the contrary , but in my opinion , not enough . Mainly because it is predicated on the only logical conclusion if you believe the contrary facts : that both Jeff Sessions and PDJT are traitors . The end .

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          • kiskiminetas says:

            I read that also and it was great. PDJT is brilliant in his methodology!

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    • thefrankproject says:

      He is asking them to keep reporting on this and letting them know he is aware of the story!. This is potentially a huge, massive story. Charles McCullough was on the Tucker Carlson show last night and tonight. He’s a Washington insider who has direct, eyewitness evidence of the Clinton campaign interfering with a criminal investigation for political reasons.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Oh I see.

        This is another won of those “Smoking gun” things that has the crooks finally caught. In the past all the “smoking guns” have simply fallen off the news cycle… but if you say so… this is THE ONE.

        Hurrah!!

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          Excuse me for being a bit puzzled as to why anyone thinks that going after Hillary Clinton legally is somewhere near the top of President Trump’s to-do list. He never indicated that during the campaign; quite the opposite, as I recall. That said, however, rooting out corruption does seem to be at or near the top, and if Hillary goes with the rest, certainly Trump would shrug and say that the law is the law…

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      • Blacksmith8 says:

        He has direct, eyewitness evidence of the the hildabeast committing a federal crime punishable by 10 years per count for transmitting classified material on an unclassed system plus 10 years per count for sending classified material to persons who aren’t cleared and don’t have a need to know. He has personally seen 22 messages times 10 plus 10 equals 440 years.

        Let alone the material contained was grievously damaging to our nation.
        THAT’S TREASON
        THAT SPELLS FIRING SQUAD

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    • The Devilbat says:

      Maybe he is asking the question through Hannity and Carlson so that millions of people will hear it. Fox has one heck of a big audience both here and overseas.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        I am not disputing that Trumps tweets are GREAT for publicizing stuff… but I repeat… so what if action is not forthcoming. The masses just tweet and post at blogs… for a day or 2 What is the point of that.
        It would be more use if Trump tweeted.

        “I have just told my AG to wake up and investigate this stuff and report back to me within 2 days?

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Yeah quite likely.

        But…. so what?

        MILLIONS of people have heard about Clinton corruption for 30 years.. and more recently VERY intensely about several detailed aspect of it.

        People KNOWING is not the same as one person INDICTING!

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        • Ivehadit says:

          And rump, in the indictment process, timing is everything. If you were to take on the Clinton’s you would most assuredly NOT take them head on because they would make themselves into the biggest victims ever seen…and you the biggest bad guy that ever lived. We will see how this plays out. How long did it take to capture the Gotti’s?

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          • Ivehadit says:

            I know you know this…just making a comment.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            Timing right…

            They had a Draft indictment of Hillary in 1995… but the time wasn’t right.

            Comey read out a LIST of crimes… and the evidence that those crimes were based on still exists… but nobody has drawn up an indictment…. yet.

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            • DeWalt says:

              Historically AG’s never showed their hands. The politicizing really didn’t start until the Clinton administration (a bit during Kennedy). Mostly you have no idea what is being done and who is being indicted until cases are filed with the courts. The FBI works the same way. We don’t even know that a grand jury has been empanelled. In Law Enforcement it’s not uncommon for you to charge only to have the DA keep throwing it back saying “not enough”. The reason a lot of times you see the courts walk offenders, is because the Leo’s and the prosecutor were in to big of a hurry.
              Sure you know they committed a crime but sometimes you have to keep building the case to make it stick. The wheel turn very slow.

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          • Remington..... says:

            You remember just a few days ago the beast was on TV saying something like….”if charges were brought, they would be political in nature….blah blah….’ So she knows it’s coming and already laying the victim groundwork

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        • Former lurker says:

          I hear ya. Promised the moon and had nothing delivered for so long when it comes to grifters like the Clintons and entrenched, malevolent bureaucrats in general that l am pretty jaded.

          The worst offenders are often righteous sounding GOP showmen who make a big noise and change nothing. They’ve done the dirty deed of making me a cynic.

          It may as well be called Gowdy Disappointment Syndrome, and GDS has got me thinking that the current rumblings are at best positioning for leverage in the eventual surrender to business as usual.

          I truly hope that PDJT is the exception. I want that to be true.

          Because I’m a victim of GDS, I allow that it’s only a fairy tale hope until the crooks are actually in the slammer, and I’m not popping the champagne until that storied day arrives.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          I get that you don’t have faith that Sessions and the DOJ will follow up with prosecutions, though I get the impression that you hope they will. If whether I and others here have more or less faith than you that Sessions will act is all we’re arguing about, it’s a waste of time. Indeed, only facts/results will confirm whether faith was justified or not.

          My faith that there will be prosecutions that lead to the Klintoon Krime Kartel and their money people, both domestic and international is not blind. It’s based on the ample evidence that already would have justified investigations and prosecutions over 10 years ago, had political fixes not been in. That’s largely anecdotal evidence, though, so it has to be documented and competent witness testimony has to be obtained to make that evidence admissible. That takes time and resources. It will almost certainly involve a measured, planned pursuit of lower level actors who can be pressured into turning or at least giving up information that can be used against higher level crooks.

          I’ve had the dubious pleasure of watching from, various figurative altitudes, several significant public corruption prosecutions, from AbScam to BriLab to KoreaGate, to the last persecution of Fast Eddie Edwards and many other bit part players in the late 90s. Every one of those investigations took at least 2 years to produce indictments, some longer, iirc. I knew people who probably spent close to 10 years working on precursors to the last Edwards persecution, while also doing other, more routine work.

          Those cases were pretty big in time, personnel, and $, but little more than a car-jacking by comparison to a prosecution of the Klintoon Krime Kartel. Just deciding what charges to aggregate as “counts” within one prosecution against them and who “them” will include could take months of research and review of evidence. There are a lot of twists and strategies involved in just deciding whether to prosecute co-conspirators together or not. Was D-Day planned, prepared, and implemented in a couple of days? Nope. Neither will these prosecutions. I could be greatly disappointed, of course, but it won’t be the first time and it won’t stop me hoping that justice will come to those swamp scum.

          BTW, I do think we make too much of Sessions’ alleged prowess in persecuting the KKK (except to the extent that it shuts up libtards). By the time he did what he did, the KKK was basically a bunch of dumbasses and LARPers, already heavily infiltrated by the FBI and some state LE agencies. That’s like shooting fish in a barrel. The worser KKK–Klintoon Krime Kartel–are, in some ways, a much harder target.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            By “blind faith” I mean… all the evidence points to Sessions doing nothing. Yet you have faith that he is (in secret)

            I have posted links to people whose analysis I value (eg the people at Judicial Watch) who voice the same opinion as me.

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            • dayallaxeded says:

              Sessions isn’t necessarily a key player at this point–other assistant US Attys and FBI people are and have been doing the real work–people like McCullough. There are thousands of them–people who work in LE b/c they want to, wonder of wonders, enforce laws and put criminals in jail! They have been kept under political thumbs or been outright manipulated for the last 24 years, but they’ve still been doing their jobs up to the point at which they couldn’t. That is the groundwork and it will necessarily be kept secret while it is being developed and taken to the next level, b/c that’s how it works.

              Sessions may not even have a clue until a proposed indictment with a memo comes to him to sign off. And that’s all it’ll be–him signing off, then taking the limelight if convictions come down. Did US Atty for the E.D. of LA, Eddie “Empty Hat” Jordan convict Edwin Edwards? Nope. It was a group of about 5 US Attys and FBI agents who’d been working aspects and precursors to the case since a prior administration. If Jordan had actually had any part in that prosecution, it would almost certainly have failed. I don’t think Sessions is that incompetent, but I also don’t expect a whole lot more from him.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                Yeah.
                I agree that Sessions may not be involved much, if at all. That brings us back to “The Recusal”

                Session SHOULD be in charge.. and on top of the rest of the DOJ… chain of command. Trump needed Sessions to protect him (Trump).. as Holder and lynch protected their man.
                The fact that it’;s not actually Sessions… but the rest of the DOJ down from him is not an exoneration of Sessions.

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              • WSB says:

                You may be right. The DOJ may be such a Holder camp…all of this may have needed to be outside of it.

                What a coup that would be.

                Maybe that is why Tom Fitton became an attorney for President Trump?

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            • DeWalt says:

              The case against any number of people may not even come from the Federal court, it may come from a state court. Sometimes the state has a stronger case. Subsequent federal charges may arise from the states evidence. Court watchers may not even see it coming.

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    • CiscoKid says:

      Trump has been President for less than a year.
      Look at all he has accomplished in that time.
      Patience grasshopper, patience.😉

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    • jmclever says:

      I also think it’s Trump’s way of presenting himself psychologically an outsider to those who he has not yet won over to MAGA. We deplorables are ready to see HRC in an orange pantsuit, but a good portion of the nation is still trapped inside the matrix

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      • Not me. I am ready to see krooked KILLERy in a hemp necklace swinging from a steel rafter on the set of anderson pooper 360 or whatever is mo show is. Leave her there until it’s mcterroristorganizer, then the moslemorganizerin”chief”, and so forth…

        That’s the nightly news the entire world needs to see.

        And no. No I am not at all kidding or being sarcastic.

        It’s called justice with a promise wrapped around it. “You could be next.”

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    • Albertus Magnus says:

      He asks to give the night shift something to question, to criticize and to wax idiotic about.

      Liked by 5 people

      • rumpole2 says:

        Ya think Trump is flogging a dead horse?
        That is heresy ya know

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        • JM Covfefe says:

          28 out of 138 posts, half combative and insulting. None adding anything that we haven’t had to scroll past night after night.

          ” I am a Trump “supporter”.. a fan even ” … ” I know about “tactics” ”

          Short on rent money?

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          • rumpole2 says:

            Why do you not scroll past my posts? You dont seem to actually READ and comprehend what they say. I offer a LOT of reasoned argument discussion.. often with links to authorities/ evidence.

            As I posted earlier I ONLY reply to people who single out my posts and reply.. so the “Combative” aspect is not initiated by me. I would have been sat here twiddling my thumbs for the last 2 hours if people like you had not taken it upon themselves to attack my post.. often attack me personally (like you) rather than make a counter argument.

            If you STOP snarking at me… you will see very few posts… and the odd thing I do post you can scroll pat… capiche?

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            • JM Covfefe says:

              Exhibit 1: next post by Phoenix.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                You are STILL replying to me … why?
                When I am exchanging comments with other vpeople… why dont you just but out?

                My reply to Phoneix was … as I say… a reply to his/her reply to me.

                NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS

                In fact none of my exchanges with other people are your business… unless you chose to butt in

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              • rumpole2 says:

                Have you got a crush on me?

                Why are you following (just my half) of conversations with other people?

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                • JM Covfefe says:

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  Here you are again… reply to me.
                  YOU ARE NOT MY TYPE
                  Since you are analysing every aspect of my posts… go look… you will see that my posts are in reply to people replying to me… when you are a popular poster.. that happens… people reply to me and I reply to them.

                  I guess nobody gives a sh*t about your posts and so you get no replies SAD!

                  Have you actually contributed ANYTHING to the topic of this thread… or any thread any night?
                  I do miss st5uff.. because I scroll past crap… but I can not recall ANYTHING from you about any topic? Just snark about what I and others are discussing..

                  ****************************************************************************.

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                • kiskiminetas says:

                  What is up with you? I know many people came on to this site recently and for the most part many have been skeptical in respect to Trump not doing this or that. You seem to be one of them. I know there are many at Breitbart who have this thought process and exhibit in their posts. And oh, I am not stalking you just trying to understand why you don’t know more about what Trump has been doing and will be doing. This site is the most informative in all things Trump. You can learn a lot from it if you are willing. Please give it a try.

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  Yeah right…. I am one of those newbies …. only been here 6 years.

                  The old gang were not known to attack fellow posters, so many have GONE now and left the place to gossip an fan-posts.

                  There is a distinction between being “informative\” and pushing the group mind-set.

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        • LOL I thought it was a cow.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        This is a terrible gif. There is a pending investigation of animal cruelty to Frisian (Holstein in the USA) cows like this one here in Florida where the farm workers were caught on film beating, swatting, and kicking the poor cows. I love cattle. This is very upsetting.

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    • amwick says:

      Twitter can be strange. You can read the tweet as though he is asking them, or you can read it that he is just including them and their followers. Interesting point you brought up.

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      • amwick says:

        BTW Mr. Rumpole2, admitted emotional, magical thinker that I am, I have gone even further out on a limb, and drank more kool aide, because I think Sean Hannity is part of a giant sting. I know you don’t, that’s fine… I think the tweet is part of that… You know, this time of year, with the Holidays, it is easy to feel a sense of childlike hope… CHeers.

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      • amwick says:

        And, why I am pondering the why of this tweet, I had to wonder if our President made the arrangements for having Charles McCullough on both the Tucker and Sean shows.

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    • Blacksmith8 says:

      Because only Sean and now Tucker have said anything ever about it in public using a media format. And he’s not asking them he’s hat tipping or nudge or wink ’cause they know some of he has known all along.

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  6. phoenixRising says:

    He’s not asking Sean and Tucker – he’s LINKING you to them… because they are covering it… have info we need. Very smart of POTUS imo

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    • rumpole2 says:

      OK But my point still stands.

      Why is Trump Tweeting rather that telling various Government agencies to go get the crooks… at least telling Sessions to wake up and investigate. And I mean telling him OFFICIALLY as Commander in Chief… not playing “3D Twitter Chess”

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      • thefrankproject says:

        Who says he isn’t already doing that? Tweets are for public consumption. He’s having many private and top secret conversations as well.

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      • joeknuckles says:

        Why would anybody ever tweet anything? To get the word out to the masses (or to them asses), including the fake news propaganda media. Maybe they will have to report on it.

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      • phoenixRising says:

        I love the Brits’ old shows – esp. enjoyed “Rumpole of the Bailey” – iirc, Rumpole defended his clients, he was not the prosecutor.
        I have come to strongly believe that Sessions as head of the DOJ is working very hard & I have come to believe that Mueller & Sessions are following POTUS’ plan…. his plan to drain the swamp (which includes HRC). There’s 2 parts to this war (and it is a war) on the Swamp/the shadow government/the elite. There’s the legal part – the gathering of evidence and building the case – I believe this has been ongoing. Remember it takes time. DebinIND (I Don’t think I have her name right – y’all know of whom I speak) has tried to persuade us that Sessions is working and to stop attacking him… I have come to see she is right.

        The second part though is the psychological aspect… the people – esp. Democrats who supported Sanders and who don’t like Clinton (believe me there are a lot) will believe an indictment is necessary IF they get enough info… and Republicans have to be informed and also really believe, not simply accept because they don’t like HRC. An indictment against her would be the BIGGEST thing in US History!

        If you don’t believe Sessions is working, just accept for one day that he is, that POTUS gave him a job and he is quietly and steadfastly doing it. Then read some of these theories folks are putting out that support this. It may change your mind/may not… but remember IT TAKES TIME to build a case. It’s not like a one hr. TV show, where the Sheriff sends his deputy out and gets the crook.

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        • rumpole2 says:

          If you are a fan of UK shows you might understand if I reply

          “Gordon Bennett”

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        • Correction. A CONVICTION would be the biggest thing in US history, right up until the actual constitutional punishment, which is death not prison. Honestly, I couldn’t care less what anyone thinks, there must be a return to death to traitors and it must be soon.

          So many are saying “oh, the swamp is so much worse than anybody knew… blah blah blah.”

          BS, the swamp is global and a whole bunch of us have been warning the masses we could access for years and years only to be mocked mainly, and ridiculed. I have no idea how anyone could be excited over the nothingness of tweets and inaction so far.

          Get busy listing the traitors in your state and wait to celebrate when they are awaiting constitutional trials by real Americans. The psycho-political charade is in full swing at all moments. Until someone swings while the fed burns it is still all crap to me as well, so I guess I am with rumpole on that aspect of it all.

          Not to mention, krooked killery is a lightweight bottom feeder compared to the real power brokers of globalism. A stooge allowed to fail and plunder at the same time.

          And… trillions are at stake.

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      • iswhatitis says:

        rumpole2 says: ‘OK But my point still stands. Why is Trump Tweeting rather that telling various Government agencies to go get the crooks… at least telling Sessions to wake up and investigate. And I mean telling him OFFICIALLY as Commander in Chief… not playing “3D Twitter Chess”’

        *****

        Why are you asking if he is tweeting RATHER THAN [other stuff]?

        How do you know he is not doing both?

        Our President has shown to be a multitasker – why is it you think he cannot both tweet AND do some other thing (whether you or I see or do not see the other things)?

        How do you know that “Sessions is asleep” and needing to be awakened?

        How do you know the President hasn’t given orders and direction “OFFICIALLY as Commander in Chief”?

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        • rumpole2 says:

          I can see the evidence?

          Why would you think things ARE being done… when the evidence is clearly.. they are not.
          It Trump is TWEETING about nothing being done/investigated… then Trump is CONFIRMING that nothing is being done.

          I dont understand why you can not grasp that?

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          • iswhatitis says:

            rumpole2 says: “I can see the evidence?”

            Sorry, but what you call “evidence” to me seems more like “If you can’t see it then it must not be happening”.

            It seems like your assumption is that the “evidence” you see is ALL THE EVIDENCE THERE IS. That just seems far-fetched to me. Sorry.

            Re-familiarize yourself with the parable of the blind men and an elephant.

            *****
            rumpole2 says: “Why would you think things ARE being done… when the evidence is clearly.. they are not. It Trump is TWEETING about nothing being done/investigated… then Trump is CONFIRMING that nothing is being done. I dont understand why you can not grasp that?”

            Grasp what? Where did I say that things ARE being done? I asked you why you think they ARE NOT (and why do you assume you see all the evidence)?

            Those are my questions.

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  7. rumpole2 says:

    Sleeping… Sessions… I think y’all know what I am thinking 🙂

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  8. fleporeblog says:

    Love the fact he called out the Deep State! Never before have I heard him refer to them. He is raising the stakes to a whole different level. 22 emails that were beyond top secret. They said during WWII the information on the atomic bomb would have qualified as this type of information. HRC may truly be found at Leavenworth for the remainder of her miserable life. This man dropped a nuclear bomb on her.

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    • Summer says:

      Omg does this “rising serpent” really suggest that the reason Hillary Clinton is not indicted “yet” is the DoJ is afraid of Antifa riots and other Soros groups causing mayhem? I call BS. First, they would riot regardless of how firmly Hillary’s culpability is entrenched in collective American psyche because they are paid. They don’t care about culpability. If Soros wants them to burn cars, they would.
      Second, give me a break. We still have police and national guard.

      No one should be above the law. But… Hillary skates. There are reasons for that, and they have nothing to do with the reasons suggested by “rising serpent.”

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Not skating, just on thin ice. Summer, you are exactly right about the riots etc. However, I do believe they are not so much afraid as they are cautious. See Fle’s link above and mine below.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        The Obama/Soros cabal wants ‘blood in the streets’.

        Remember that video that Loretta Lynch did?
        She told their minions to ‘get out in the streets and fight’ and ‘be prepared to bleed’.

        They want video footage of ‘their’ people bleeding in the streets…so that they can use that footage to blame PTrump for it.

        They are willing to sacrifice their pawns for it.
        They want it that bad.
        They want blood in the streets so bad they would probably even have operative beat on their own minions…so they could blame it on PTrump.

        So, no…the DOJ is not “afraid of Antifa riots”.
        They probably don’t want to give the Left the gift of what they are wanting so bad.

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          Things do happen that apparently don’t surface in the media. Antifa is asking for help because 200 “protesters” were arrested during the Jan.20th DC riots. Of those 200, something like 198 are facing charges (filed by U.S. Attorney) that could net them up to 60 years in the slammer. Interesting, no?

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Exactly, PDJT knows how to move public opinion. Remember the drip…drip…drip.

      I think a quote from a great strategist is helpful here:

      All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must seem inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near. Hold out baits to entice the enemy. Feign disorder, and crush him.
      – Sun Tzu, the Art of War

      Keep em comin’ Fle!

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    • But, fle… just what the hell is a “deep State authority”??? Sorry, but that isn’t clicking as the post infers… “hear that click”? Not yet.

      Besides, krooked killery truly is a piker compared to the crockefeller, soros, rothschild, morgan, ford type crowd and all the way through great britain to rome. Seriously. She would be be but a sacrificial lamb? I’m all for her going down, but as a START, not an end all be all answer to a return of justice.

      Just sayin’… 😉

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Human, PDJT first states McCullough was misled, believing McCullough to be a good guy. There are agents of the deep state (Bozo holdovers) in key positions of authority in the FBI, DOJ and other agencies. These deep state authorities (Mueller, McCabe Comey etc.) are conducting a coverup of HRC, Bozo and their agents.

        PDJT is exposing the deep state authorities for not investigating (i.e., covering up) HRC, Bozo and their agents. PDJT does end the tweet with “Rigged & Corrupt?”.

        Hannity and Carlson are copied on the tweet because they are exposing what the deep state authorities are covering up.

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  9. applevista says:

    Hillary has something on everyone, who is anyone who would have something to do with putting Hillary in jail.
    Hillary has even compromised Jeff Sessions when he played the banjo in the movie Deliverance years ago.

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  10. He loves to use the media,getting them to scurry around and corn hole the dems and themselves into more deep s$#&…. Just watch, learn, and admire……. Sigh

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  11. RobJ says:

    Glenn Reynolds wrote a good piece in USA Today about slavery in Libya, which is a direct result of Hillary’s jihad against Gaddafi: https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/11/27/clinton-ponders-2020-run-lets-not-forget-her-real-libya-scandal-glenn-reynolds-column/895853001/.

    We all saw Obama and Hillary fink on the deal we made with Gaddafi, to turn in his weapons of mass destruction in exchange for us leaving him alone, which has made other countries distrust the United States. Probably the only way for us to regain trust, internationally, is to make HRC pay a very heavy, very visible price. And she knows it.

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  12. POP says:

    Why is the President calling on the media to investigate something his AG Sessions and the FBI Director should be all over.
    Is the President losing control of the DoJ and the FBI?
    Bizarre.
    Very concerning.

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  13. mccall1981 says:

    “The Cover-Up Begins To End”: Judicial Watch Hints At Explosive New Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Docs

    (These new docs are to be released Thursday)

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-28/cover-begins-end-judicial-watch-hints-explosive-new-clinton-lynch-tarmac-docs

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  14. Donna in Oregon says:

    Think the Benghazi murders and then read……..

    Hillary give away information on Christopher Stevens and the CIA operators in Libya.
    Terrorists would know where to hit and when with this info. This email is one of 40 emails
    IG McCullough inspected at the request of Republicans on the Intelligence
    Committee in 2015. So it isn’t hard to figure out how Benghazi came to be.

    McCullough is late reporting Hillary Clinton’s National Security failures.
    He was put into his IG position in 2011. The Republicans make inquires
    with him in 2015. A bit late.

    May 22, 2015: One email released to the public on this day by the State Department without any redactions will lead to controversy and investigation. The email was written by State Department official Tim Davis on April 10, 2011, and forwarded to Clinton. It contained very time-sensitive information on evacuation plans by Special Envoy Christopher Stevens in Libya,
    as well as the latest US military intelligence on the Libyan civil war violence threatening Stevens.

    http://www.thompsontimeline.com/tag/charles-mccullough/

    Intelligence Community Inspector General Charles McCullough and State Department
    Inspector General Steve Linick jointly send the FBI a “security referral,” asking
    the FBI to investigate Clinton’s private emails and server. This grew out of McCullough
    and Steve Linick reviewing some of the over 30,000 Clinton emails
    handed over to the State Department in December 2014. (The Los Angeles Times,
    3/27/2016) (The Washington Post, 8/14/2015)

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  15. Nchadwick says:

    Didn’t realize that the role of the DOJ is to make public or report to the public who/what/how they are investigating….In fact, I would think it would be quite the opposite..

    … President Trump has given us no reason to believe that he would allow any part of HIS administration to be a lame duck. He has shown us that he, when needed, makes swift and takes decisive action in regards to letting go of members of his staff. Given no reason, why doubt that he would do different now. Given us no reason to question, at this point.

    President Trump has shown to be a 4D chess player, leaving some us (and his enemies) in awe. Questioning how supporters could think that the tweet was to Hannity/Carlson… 4D chess….

    MAGA
    WINNING

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  16. EggsX1 says:

    I have to be skeptical here that anything will come of this. How many times does the mainstream media pull out these ‘muh-Russia’ stories for their viewers’ consumption? It’s fake, yet it feeds their biases. How much is this IG’s report of ‘Clinton/Dem Corruption’ consumption simply for the conservative masses – conservative “media evidence”? This former IG should be testifying to the proper authorities and if illegal activity occurred, those people prosecuted. How does talking about it on Carlson’s show accomplish anything?

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    • Carrie2 says:

      EggsX1 and others: Oh, ye of little faith. Trump may be said to have a devious mind and much more devious than the Obama/Clinton mafia. The list is long and Trump is spending hours fighting so much on his agenda, but he definitely will have this under tight control for just the right moment and I don’t think it will be too much longer before the exposure but you must be prepared with all guns blazing to do what has to be done. Gathering all the needed facts and misdeeds with this Clinton mafia takes time, but it does get exposed and exploded!

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    • Apollo says:

      Right. We need prosecutions.

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  17. pmdea says:

    How does talking about it on Carlson’s show accomplish anything? Answer: – Piece by Piece exposes Pay to Play/National Security Violations, builds solid evidence that can’t be ignored any longer…

    First an FBI informant with loads of documents (6 years worth), then former IG report of cover up….what piece is next!! Seems like bits are being exposed in a careful plan to show the extent of crime and coverup…

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  18. AnyaArisohn says:

    I wonder what’s going on with General Flynn and Mueller 🤔

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      My take is Mueller thinks he can cover his arse by indicting Flynn for Turkiye or Manfort for money laundering. He tried intimidation now he is trying coercion. The separation from PDJT is to protect PDJT (not that he really needs it).

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  19. iswhatitis says:

    What a wonderful day for MAGA!!!!!!!!!!111111111 sorry 🙂

    Earlier today, Leandra English and Liawatha were all like:

    *****

    Tonight, it’s more like:

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  20. phoenixRising says:

    Here’s Rising Serpent again:

    “We are standing on the edge of an incredible threshold. Trump has ability to psychologically brawl & negotiate on levels unseen in American politics. Notice how he disarmed Kim Jong un during Asia trip. His daughter is now forging new partnerships.

    People follow trusted people’s suggestions on how they should think. It is called “social validation persuasion” Think of buying stuff on amazon when you see 4.5 star reviews. Once a critical mass of Dems begin to accept Hillary’s guilt, even the hardcore fans will follow.

    There is a cadence to the daily stories if you listen closely. The stories hammer away at what has already been known. Not earth shattering but slightly worse than the previous, from people on left, credible insiders. A dripping faucet can carve a stone, left to drip indefinitely”

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  21. distracted2 says:

    I do think I was too quick to judge Mr. McCullough earlier today. After more research, I have a better understanding of the precarious position in which he found himself.

    That said, aren’t we essentially depending on the current members of Congress, who scoffed at his findings, to now act responsibly?

    Our only hope is for President Trump to apply maximum pressure. This fire he has lit is a good start.

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  22. Sunshine says:

    Trump said two words that i don’t remember him ever saying: DEEP STATE.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Not just that – he ONLY capitalized “State”, as in “deep State”. So he is talking about cover-up in the STATE DEPARTMENT.

      He is triggering. WATCH for a rush to the exits. CRIMES were not just covered up, but likely COMMITTED.

      Remember that article in the NYT just recently, where the State embeds were boo-hooing about all the people leaving.

      Not enough. Not fast enough. And maybe not in time to get out before the NET DROPS ON THEM for crimes committed WITH, FOR and UNDER Queen Cankula.

      There needs to be pressure on these Obama embeds in Justice to go after Hillary crimes in STATE, and those who balk and stall need to be FIRED.

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      • He also used the word “authorities” too though. A call out to Tillerson? Or on… him?

        It ALL has to be burned to the ground, of all people I believe you may agree. The corruption of “deep state” is truly actually cia/dyncorp and fbi, when it comes to global and internal ops/psyops. The main controllers are and have always been fed reserve central bankers and all wars are banker wars. Even the ones for the minds of the people.

        But the narrative has been from enemedia, and “republicans” et al that deep state is “obama holdovers”. Bovine scat. When people across this nation begin learning and speaking to each other about Sec of State Cordell Hull during franklin destructo roosevelt’s long train of abuses and realize that “WE” are the UN and driving force behind globalism will they demand as I do that the fed be burned to the ground along with its extortion corporation and every evil bastard to ever disgrace our nation as “representation”???

        I know that PDJT knows all of this, so IF I see killery go down in flames as she should I expect heavy action to follow and quickly or it won’t be the big deal everyone thinks it is imo.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Oh, yes – the jackboots of Brussels are surely in Washington and New York. Globalism has tentacles, but hydra heads, too.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Our President is doing Triage while having to fight ‘wars’ on multiple fronts in all directions.

          I think he would love to “burn it down” and start over.
          But how does he do that and still simultaneously fight in all directions?

          Like he said…”Complicated Business”.

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        • KBR says:

          “Deep State Authorities” might include much more than Tillerson and “him.”
          Congress has a role. FISA courts also, sometimes said to be the “other and secret SCOTUS.”

          “Authorities” can have several meanings.

          The legal definition for example, encompasses this from:
          Burton’s Legal Thesaurus, 4E. Copyright © 2007 by William C. Burton. Used with permission of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

          “AUTHORITIES, practice. By this word is understood the citations which are made of laws, acts of the legislature, and decided cases, and opinions of elementary writers. In its more confined sense, this word means, cases decided upon solemn argument which are said to ‘be authorities for similar judgments iii like cases. 1 Lilly’s Reg. 219. These latter are sometimes called precedents. (q.v.) Merlin, Repertoire, mot Autorites.”

          Note: LAWS, acts of LEGISLATURE, so perhaps he was referring to committees of our legislature, among other authorities. POTUS does not make laws, but enforces laws.

          I do not know which definition PDJT was intending, but it seems to me he meant those authorized to make laws or judge according to law, being that those duties are not under his own authority per the separation of powers.

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          • KBR says:

            Of course, being older, “hear that click” immediately triggered memories of telephone party lines being listened in to, and the click on the line that let you know someone extra to your conversation had just hung up…

            Which in turn made me think of certain “authorities” who have decided that they can determine which “rights to privacy” of US citizens can be ignored, and having no real oversight due to being so very secret, we citizens never even get to know why.

            Only the Zippo photo made me think of anything other than a “clicking” on a phone line.

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      • Blacksmith8 says:

        Agree 100% except for one word “not just covered up, but likely COMMITTED”
        What do you mean likely? shillery sent secret emails to her personal email on a personal server.
        That is a crime actually committed. Not likely.
        Now back to our usual
        100%

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  23. Nchadwick says:

    Supreme Court rejects suit over Mississippi flag Confederate emblem
    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/supreme-court-rejects-suit-over-mississippi-flag-confederate-emblem-n824356

    JACKSON, Miss. — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal from an African-American attorney who called the Confederate battle emblem on the Mississippi flag “an official endorsement of white supremacy.”

    The justices did not comment as they ended a lawsuit by lawyer Carlos Moore that sought to have the flag declared an unconstitutional relic of slavery.

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    • KBR says:

      This I see as great news. Our history is not to be entirely destroyed.

      Any person who calls himself an African-American (especially one who was not born in Africa but also those American citizens who were African-born) has a problem: the same one as all other hyphenated Americans. They will not accept American as being enough of a description of who they are, and so I see them all as anti-American.

      And BTW, white people who were born in Africa but became American citizens later, exist also: I wonder if Mr. Moore includes them in his descriptor or whether he is racist enough to fail to do that.

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  24. Ivehadit says:

    And don’t forget, Donald is far, far away from any investigation of Hill. He can’t even talk to his attorney general! It is simply not his doing when she goes down:) 🙂 🙂

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  25. Donna in Oregon says:

    IG McCullough didn’t keep his oath when it would have made a difference. He was sworn in 2011, before the Benghazi murders.. Too late now.

    I have no sympathy for Charles McCullough, his job was to protect the American people in real time. He is so late on this. This stinks of failure to protect.

    The breaches of National Security by Debbie Wassermann-Schultz and Hillary Clinton were not attended to. By anyone.

    They would have had oversight by the Foreign Intelligence and Information Commission

    Title VI
    https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/PLAW-111publ259/pdf/PLAW-111publ259.pdf

    But Obama got rid of it…..thanks Diane Feinstein. See the Obama letter Mar 15 2010, where this is called “duplication”

    https://fas.org/irp/news/2010/03/omb031610.pdf

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  26. A2 says:

    The President’s campaign needs to sell MAGA popcorn, special edition for Christmas.

    Green fuel for the Deplorables.

    😀

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  27. Charlotte says:

    FCC chairman Ajit Pai says his children are being harassed over net neutrality–the left are vile

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2017/11/27/fcc-chairman-ajit-pai-says-his-children-are-being-harassed-over-net-neutrality/

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  28. KBR says:

    Reading through all this above, I see value in comments from pessimists and optimists.

    Of the optimists: I remember President Trump mentioning more than once Norman Vincent Peale.
    First you visualize the positive, then you pray for it, then you actualize it. (Actualizing comes from God accepting and granting your prayer and your vision: your part of actualizing is acting on & following through after prayer with your earthly commitment of action toward the outcome.) President Trump seems to follow this advice.

    This Peale advice is not one bit less important than all the SunTzu advice so often quoted here: in fact given that God is much more powerful than SunTzu, I believe this advice from Peale is much superior, although SunTzu as advice on war has its specialty. Seeing positive must be followed up with prayer and action.

    Of the pessimists: Continual reminders of the lack of clear recognizable achievement in earthly reality of optimistic goals spurs, or should spur, continual renewal of visualizing, prayerizing, and actualizing. It reminds us of the actual evidence in reality, that reality that faith must continually work to change. It has a good purpose in reminding us all that the work is not finished, that prayers must be continual and that with our answered prayers must come actions.

    Keep praying. Keep seeing reality, while visualizing positive change. Keep it up everybody.

    We are MAGA.

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  29. daughnworks247 says:

    MCCollough comes out and publicly names Diane Feinstein as one who threatened him.
    We learn, later on, Feinstein was asked about McCollough’s statements by a reporter and Feinstein replied, she ‘did not recall’. McCollough pushed back, giving details of a secure phone call with Feinstein.
    McCollough also referenced a staffer who wondered if McCollough was considering the poliical consequences of his actions. Of course, bringing problems such as Hillary’s corruption to the surface is exactly what an IG is supposed to do — on behalf of the people.
    Sure, the comtempt of the bureaucrats is sickening to most of us.

    Remember the letter from 47(I could be wrong about the number) Inspectors General to the President listing a series of complaints?
    Gee, are we so blind or naive we think this is the only Inspector General who had problems with corruption and threats within the Obama Admin.?
    What are the chances we have a pervasive problem with Inspectors General across agencies?

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  30. daughnworks247 says:

    On faith, blind faith, and devotion.
    Most of us within the Treehouse have faith.
    We are all veteran Trump supporters.
    We desperately want to believe all people are inclined to do the ‘right’ thing (Sessions), bring obvious criminals to justice, and restore voter’s faith in their government.
    Yet, we are also aware of empty promises, such as employees who promise to come in on time, a spouse who promises not to cheat – again, or an addict who promises they are done with drink.
    Chances are, if we are over the age of 10, we’ve probably been on the bad end of someone’s ‘promise’ to do the right thing.
    As Treepers, we go back and forth between blind devotion or a desperate wish for everything to turn out well, and our cynical nature of the real world and past personal experiences (especially when it comes to Hillary/Bill/Holder/Jarett/Rhodes/Clapper/Brennan/Comey/Obama EVER facing the consequences of their actions.
    We do see evidence of deeper strategic thinking on the part of President Trump. The Middle East was a grand and calculated plan. The way PDJT has boxed in China is nothing less than masterful. We want to believe PDJT has a similar plan for the Clinton/Obama cabal.
    Do we trust PDJT? Of course we do and we all know he is the best chance fo our voice to be heard, swamp to be drained, and for those who have harmed America – justice.
    Truth is…
    We have no other choice.
    We must seek justice within the courts/DOJ, using the investigative arm of the FBI or maybe…, perhaps….., Treasury (?). AND the cold hard truth is that we are not seeing evidence of likemindedness from our beloved Sessions.
    We are worried and we know a double standard for justice is not acceptable.

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  31. PDQ says:

    Episode #599: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/renegade-republican-dan-bongino/id965293227?mt=2

    The Dan Bongino show: What are the Clinton’s Hiding?

    Does not reveal anything but shares that there is much to reveal when the “OK” is given to reveal.

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  32. Phil aka Felipe says:

    LOL. Want more? Here it is:

    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/935870484146683904

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    • The Boss says:

      It is interesting how after Fox News had issues with Roger Ailes and allegations (as far as we know) against Eric Bolling, the sexual harassment (SH) warriors seemingly laid low. Presumably, that was to give the leftist-inspired and financed “Unite the Right” fraud to percolate unencumbered by salacious “sex sells” stories involving conservative figures.

      Now SH warriors are literally sacrificing lefties who apparently are deemed “impure” or “infidels”; i.e., not radical enough. I think it’s partly motivated to force the Clintons from democrat politics. A spin-off motivation is to resurrect the same SH nonsense against President Trump that was directed at candidate Trump about 13 months ago, with the hope of weakening his presidency and re-election chances.

      The ferocious attacks against Judge Moore (see Thomas Wictor’s tweet threads on Moore) are also intended to hurt the president’s agenda and serve as a warning to those who truly ‘resist’ radical orthodoxy.

      My bottom line. SH crap will consume much of the left in an epic backfire, and give new meaning to the phrase “blue on blue casualties”.

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      • Phil aka Felipe says:

        ““blue on blue casualties”

        Hmm. Reminds me of an old song, “Blue on blue, heartache on heartache. Blue on blue, now that we are through”

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      • mimbler says:

        Yes, and I had an amusing thought.
        The accused media people will be overwhelmingly libs.

        Now, personally I think conservatives are less prone to this kind of behavior.

        But, even if they are equal offenders, the accused will be nearly all libs, because nearly all media people are libs.

        I forecast great entertainment ahead!

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  33. MVW says:

    ‘Why aren’t our deep State authorities looking at this? Rigged & corrupt?’

    1. So, there is a ‘deep State,’ now officially labeled.
    2. It is ‘Rigged & corrupt’

    We know what the Saudis did. What will Trump do? Or what is he about to do?

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  34. Shimei says:

    Here’s a timely Twitter thread that seems to shed more light on the damage from, and the tangled web of corruption surrounding, the unsecured email server. Don’t know who this person is but he/she seems to have some unique understanding of some of the issues.

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/935684498200686594

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  35. redchick67SS says:

    His tweets today are savage. He’s letting us know the Storm is coming. We are living in the best time ever.

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  36. 100% YOOPER says:

    I’m getting the feeling that our President has run out of patience with congress, press, swamp, etc. His gloves are off and he’s pissed!

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  37. DeWalt says:

    The mine feilds the President, AG, and FBI have to work through to get to these people are unprecedented. These people from the former administration did a lot of CYA on their retreat.
    Think what has to be worked through to get to them. Actions , statements, and policies of former AG’S. Don’t think we ever had AG’S working openly for criminals before. Even the FBI.
    They have previous rulings from rogue judges, blanket immunity, evidence destruction, and witness tampering. Deals that take time in court to remove. All this before you can even begin to charge.
    Every charge will be challenged by a deal or immunity’s that were granted previously. Some things were even granted Executive Privilege. If there are any lawyers on this thread, would you want to walk into court and challenge all this. Where would you start. Almost all your witnesses would be hostile. How would you undo previous although dubious rullings and findings by rogue acters?
    Wow. And to think that we have people that believe Sessions can do all this overnight while dealing with current issues is beyond me. Naysay all you want, but you don’t live in reality.

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  38. kiskiminetas says:

    You have to take into consideration that white hats have information on them and have given it to Trump and Co. Just not paper but electronic data, voice, video and other as well. Everyone and their cronies associated with these crimes against the State are shaking in their shoes. It will come to a head when the time is right. I believe the Zippo will be lighted in some time in 2018. The light of it will expose them and their corrupt nefarious ways to the greater populace in America which in turn will infuriate many of those who have been loyal to them. The Zippo in effect will release many from the bondage of the Leftist Gulag’s propaganda and lies. “Free at last, Free at last, Praise God Almighty Free at Last!”

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  39. rumpole2 says:

    The SUBJECT of this thread is a tweet by Trump (who is never wrong) lamenting the fact that investigations into Hillary are NOT being undertaken.
    I assume people accept that TRUMP would know if they were.

    How in hell can people reconcile THAT with this constant drum beat that there ARE investigations… it’s just that they are secret… so secret that the posters here see no evidence of them. No hints, no leaks…. this to me seems NUTS!!

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    • thefrankproject says:

      It’s a rhetorical question and it is designed to create the scenario that the President is not a dictator. He cannot *order* the justice department to prosecute Hillary. I think you’re being a little naive here. Obviously POTUS can and has picked up the telephone and asked the exact same question that he just tweeted here to tens of millions of his Twitter followers.

      Did we know about Matt Lauer, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, John Conyers, Al Franken before those stories broke? So why do you assume that everything has to be told to you in advance, or that just because something hasn’t been announced publicly yet is “proof” that it doesn’t exist?

      Sealed federal indictments at an ALL TIME HIGH:

      http://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/news/u-s-national-news/1679-now-4-289-sealed-federal-indictments-cases-in-all-94-federal-districts-historic

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Trump is lamenting no investigation (“looking into”) Hillary.
        Trump certainly CAN pick up the phone and order an investigation. Better that than a tweet in this instance.

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        • thefrankproject says:

          But you have no evidence that he hasn’t picked up the phone several times since he tweeted that. Again: tweets are for massive public consumption and don’t necessarily correlate to every single conversation he has, especially top secret conversations.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            Here we have gone full circle. No evidence that he has… to a rational person.. indicates that he hasn’t.
            Unless there is EVIDENCE that he has.. it is silly to assume he has.
            This sketch continues to get really silly.
            As of Trumps last tweet … TRUMP himself was saying there are no investigations.

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            • thefrankproject says:

              Wrong again. There is nothing top secret that the President ever does that you will ever know about, unless someone leaks it or until years later when it becomes unclassified. The idea that YOU KNOW every conversation he’s having on a daily basis, or the contents of the sealed indictments, is ludicrous. It’s also asinine to expect evidence to be shown to you before an indictment is even served on someone. That didn’t happen with Manafort, Gates, or Popadopolous. You don’t seem to understand how the legal system works, sorry.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                Right. And YOU dont know either.

                You are just DREAMING and speculating what you want to be true.

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                • DeWalt says:

                  He is not speculating anymore than you. Do you know if Sessions tells the President all that is in the pipeline. Have you not heard of degrees of separation. If the President doesn’t know he can not be accused of undo influence. Can’t you recall all the speculation about what Obama knew or influenced for the last eight years. There’s a lot of people that would dearly love to make that connection. Think about it.

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  An opinion based on available evidence is VERY different from an opinion based on no evidence.. just a wish about what might be happening.
                  If not… then all bets are off. Just believe anything you want.

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                • thefrankproject says:

                  Here’s the evidence I have:

                  1. Sessions has said repeatedly, when asked, “it would not be appropriate to comment on any ongoing investigations” and when asked specifically about Uranium 1, the fake Dossier, interfering with the FBI email investigation, and other topics of interests, Sessions has said “I can neither confirm nor deny the existence of any such investigations”.

                  2. There are a record number of sealed indictments all across the country right now. Educated speculation is saying that this is child trafficking, child porn, MS13, illegal hiring and also potentially matters and individuals connected with either the 2016 Trump campaign or the Clinton campaign or both. Tony and John Podesta’s names have come up in conversations on this topic.

                  3. The President did NOT say “there is definitively no investigation and I called Sessions and he told me this”. He has asked rhetorically a variation of, “where is the investigation?” In the English language those are to VERY different assertions / rhetorical devices.

                  4. The President quite often does not show his hand. He will hint at things, and he comments freely on known facts, but he does not announce his tactics in advance when it comes to WAR. Period. He has never done this. So expecting him to say “the Clinton investigation is moving along really nicely” is NEVER, EVER going to happen, whether there is an investigation or there isn’t.

                  Therefore the absence of a Sessions or PDJT declaration of an ongoing investigation is NOT evidence that there isn’t one. Logically, that cannot be the case. It’s only evidence that they aren’t openly talking about it to 45 million Twitter followers. It would be shocking and a dereliction of duty if the AG were to openly discuss sealed indictments or legal strategy or what they are investigating.

                  5. PDJT has been accused by the left of being a dictator and “having authoritarian tendencies”. The way the justice system works there HAS TO BE a sense of impartiality and a degree of separation between the President and AG. This is basic political science under ANY administration, let alone one that is facing unprecedented haranguing from the chattering classes.

                  6. Clinton and her minions have been hyperactive in attacking PDJT, which leads to reasonable speculation that they are really running scared of something. They can’t reverse the election, schemes like “Resistance Day 11/4” and the like have so far proven to be mostly ineffective, so why is she on a book tour attacking the person she lost to one year after the fact? My guess (and the guess of a lot of people) is that she’s running scared.

                  7. There is a theory that President Trump is playing the media like a fiddle on this topic (well, he is masterful at playing them on ANY topic) and what is happening here is there will be a cascade of condemnation against Hillary and her minions and a sense that Sessions had “no choice” but to proceed against her because the clamour, from the President and everyone else, has become overwhelming.

                  There is a lot more but I am afraid you’re just not being reasonable. “Why isn’t there an investigation” does NOT mean anything other than he wants people to think about it and ultimately get to the collective mental state where the public DEMANDS that something get done about it. I am not sure if you’ve really studied this President and the way he communicates very much?

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                • rumpole2 says:

                  I can see why you think what you do.

                  I think you are wrong.

                  I have said why a million times.. and presented arguments. I cant be bothered doing it again.

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                • thefrankproject says:

                  no problem. Talk to you later.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        THOUSANDS of sealed indictments!!

        Get real. This is interweb crap!

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    • iswhatitis says:

      rumpole2 says: The SUBJECT of this thread is a tweet by Trump (who is never wrong) lamenting the fact that investigations into Hillary are NOT being undertaken.
      I assume people accept that TRUMP would know if they were.

      How in hell can people reconcile THAT with this constant drum beat that there ARE investigations… it’s just that they are secret… so secret that the posters here see no evidence of them. No hints, no leaks…. this to me seems NUTS

      *****

      Got it – the subject of THIS thread is a fictitious Donald Trump that is NEVER wrong.

      Another important story element is that the evidence “we” (the readers of this developing fiction) see is 100% of all the existing evidence. Correct?

      And, there is ZERO POSSIBILITY there is any other evidence (that “we” do not see). Correct?

      And, you want us to make up the play-by-play, in this piece of fiction. Correct?

      *****

      So, this is one of those “write the next paragraph of the made-up story” threads? Cool! Let’s make up some stories!

      I have some questions first:

      Are the story’s protagonists ALLOWED to think that perhaps there is evidence that they don’t see? Are they ALLOWED to include that thought-line in forming their conclusions?

      It’s important that we know the rules of this “make it up as you go” storyline, so that we can create plausible characters for it.

      Maybe you could go first? To lay out the proper tone of the piece. Then we can follow and play along.

      Thanks!

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      • rumpole2 says:

        RATIONAL people base their opinions, their view of reality, on the EVIDENCE that is available.
        It is not rational to base an opinion on what one imagines MIGHT be true.
        If you do that… then “all bets are off”… make up whatever you want.

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        • iswhatitis says:

          rumpole2 says: “RATIONAL people base their opinions, their view of reality, on the EVIDENCE that is available. It is not rational to base an opinion on what one imagines MIGHT be true. If you do that… then “all bets are off”… make up whatever you want.”

          *****

          It’s subtle – I hand it to you – it’s subtle – but you ARE planting assumptions and using them to subtly shift the direction of the point I made. And then you respond to that instead. Basically, looks like a clever strawman.

          There is a HUMONGOUS DIFFERENCE between “what one imagines MIGHT be true” and my point that “you acknowledge the possibility that you don’t see it all”.

          AGAIN you are playing the “blind men and an elephant” game; and you assume the blind men cannot think beyond what they feel and smell.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            Nice try… still posting drivel.

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            • iswhatitis says:

              rumpole2 says: “Nice try… still posting drivel.”

              Uhuh. Yeah right.

              Drivel because you wish to drive the narrative. I was asking you the rules of your “make it up as you go” story – because you want us to play along – and I might want to play too – but I like to know the rules first.

              Nice deft swat of the word and away with the drivel posts, eh?

              Doesn’t work like that. Stop posting your drivel.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            Ease off on the platitudes and cliches and actually THINK about what you want to say.
            I have no idea what point you have been trying to make… other than my posts annoy you… fine… in fact good… I take some pleasure in annoying you… however… if you ahve no counterargument to my posts… please scroll past. If you do have a point to make… please do it in a new post and not a reply to me. That way… I wont see it.

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            • iswhatitis says:

              rumpole2 says: “Ease off on the platitudes and cliches and actually THINK about what you want to say. I have no idea what point you have been trying to make… other than my posts annoy you… fine… in fact good… I take some pleasure in annoying you… however… if you ahve no counterargument to my posts… please scroll past. If you do have a point to make… please do it in a new post and not a reply to me. That way… I wont see it.”

              Nice try to swat me off your narrative because you are annoyed with having to answer questions yourself (you do ask many of others – so it’s only fair to ask of you in return).

              I am beginning to see that you are indeed incapable of considering the possibility that you do not see 100% of everything. I say that because you say, “I have no idea what point you have been trying to make” when I have been very clear, repeatedly, in what I have said. You yourself are making the admission of your incapability. I’m merely acknowledging it.

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              • rumpole2 says:

                Nice try… please READ what I have already replied.

                It is NUTS to regard what “might be” as evidence of anything

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                • iswhatitis says:

                  rumpole2 says: “Nice try… please READ what I have already replied. It is NUTS to regard what “might be” as evidence of anything”

                  ****

                  Again you miss the point. I do wonder if you just don’t see it, or if your purposely blind yourself to it.

                  Oh, and thanks for advising me to THINK and READ. I guess you view me as some buffoon out here randomly pounding the keys? Go ahead – take it – I give that to you (you get so say, “Hey, if that’s what you think you are” or some other cheap hit – take it).

                  I have read and -re-read what you have posted; and I have thought about it. Then I’ve replied.

                  But please do continue with the condescension. It’s a break from your fictional story outline.

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          If one calculates using only partial information; what category would that be?.. Half Ass’d?

          I wonder how many crimes would be solved & prosecuted if the detective couldn’t consider the plausible,educated hunches, possibilities, M.O’s of people involved in the investigation.
          Not everything is black and white or out in the open in the public square.. especially when building a case against major crime syndicates.

          So in my opinion to say that only your black and white version is real and anything else is just simply wrong and stupid is…well, stupid.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            Plausible hunches… implies that you at least have some evidence… hence the term “plausible”
            As I said.. the rational approach is to use the evidence you have…. which may be incomplete and hopefully added to later.
            To just pull an idea out of your A$$ makes no sense.
            Returning to the topic.

            It is TRUMP who says in his tweet that NO INVESTIGATION of Hillary is underway. Trump and I are in agreement.

            I have no idea why people prefer to disagree with Trump and IMAGINE that there are investigations? Makes no sense.

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Perhaps because Trump’s tweets remind me of Uncle Remus stories…
      “Oh please don’t throw me in the briarpatch”
      http://americanfolklore.net/folklore/2010/07/brer_rabbit_meets_a_tar_baby.html

      Trump tweets serve multiple purposes -to distract, to provoke (thought as well as anger), to mislead, to irritate (““If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War)… I could go on but –

      Taking Trump’s tweets literally might not be the best approach – sometimes a little ‘out of the box, like a fox thinking is required. jmo – ymmv

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  40. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    Interesting thread… 😉

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  41. wrongonred says:

    Did anyone else catch the now deleted Seb Gorka tweet this morning? https://i.redd.it/2xxh0lf84y001.png

    Holy cow, I am girding my loins!

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