Chairman Nunes -VS- The Injustice League: Furious Nunes Threatens Contempt Amid Latest FBI Media Shenanigans…

Methinks the sketchy FBI investigators are well aware of the risk if they become the subjects of the investigations.  Specifically, as we noted earlier today, the orchestrated Deep State media leak within the Washington Post and New York Times is a clear indication the FBI political co-conspirators are aware of their exposure…

And Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, is righteously upset. Because, like us, Mr. Nunes can see how this game is being played out.

The recently demoted FBI Deputy Head of Counterintelligence Peter Strzok was not only the lead FBI agent in charge of the Clinton email investigation… and he was not only the agent that interviewed her… and he was not only the agent assigned to the top level of Robert Mueller’s 2016 team to investigate the Russian conspiracy… He was also the FBI contact person for Christopher Steele, the author of the Steele Russian Dossier.

Liars and Leakers laid bare, Oh my:

WASHINGTON – House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes has issued an angry demand to the FBI and Department of Justice to explain why they kept the committee in the dark over the reason Special Counsel Robert Mueller kicked a key supervising FBI agent off the Trump-Russia investigation.

Stories in both the Washington Post and New York Times on Saturday reported that Peter Strzok, who played a key role in the original FBI investigation into the Trump-Russia matter, and then a key role in Mueller’s investigation, and who earlier had played an equally critical role in the FBI’s Hillary Clinton email investigation, was reassigned out of the Mueller office because of anti-Trump texts he exchanged with a top FBI lawyer, Lisa Page, with whom Strzok was having an extramarital affair. Strzok was transferred to the FBI’s human resources office — an obvious demotion — in July.

[…]  Word of the messages and the affair were news to Nunes, even though the committee had issued a subpoena that covered information about Strzok’s demotion more than three months ago. The committee’s broadly worded subpoena for information related to the so-called Trump dossier went to the FBI and FOJ on Aug. 24. In follow-up conversations on the scope of the subpoena, committee staff told the FBI and DOJ that it included information on the circumstances of Strzok’s reassignment.

[…]  Now, in what appears to be an orchestrated leak, both the Post and Times published the reason for Strzok’s demotion, along with concerns that the revelation might help President Trump.

[…] To add insult to injury, at just the moment the leaked stories appeared, the Justice Department out of the blue notified Nunes that it would meet some of the committee’s demands for information that it had been refusing for months. That didn’t make the chairman happy, either.

“The DOJ has now expressed — on a Saturday, just hours after the press reports on Strzok’s dismissal appeared — a sudden willingness to comply with some of the committee’s long-standing demands,” Nunes said in the statement. “This attempted 11th-hour accommodation is neither credible nor believable, and in fact is yet another example of the DOJ’s disingenuousness and obstruction.” (read more)

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480 Responses to Chairman Nunes -VS- The Injustice League: Furious Nunes Threatens Contempt Amid Latest FBI Media Shenanigans…

  1. rumpole2 says:

    I don’t regard “Sessions not involved” as any sort of recommendation.

    THIS confirms what many have been trying to get through to Sessions fans.

    Sessions has abrogated authority within DOJ. Leaving the place controlled by “The Deep State” and his POTUS exposed.

    Recusal MIGHT have made a little more sense if he had been “stepping aside” for the sake of high personal ethical standards, in a situation where his replacement (Deputy Rosentsein) was above all suspicion and equally ethical, and if the rest of the top staff at DOJ and FBI were also “men of honor”.. with “clean hands” themselves….. BUT THEY WERE NOT!! Sessions abandoned Trump to a pack of corrupt “never Trump” Deep State wolves when he (Sessions) was likely the ONLY (small) protection that Trump had against the savage Deep State hordes. As a result we have a DOJ and FBI NOT working in Trumps interest and against his corrupt political enemies, and a Special Counsel witch hunt hell bent on GETTING TRUMP.

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    • Howie says:

      I was reading that the fishing expedition being conducted is costing millions. The Trump allies and employees are scrambling because of a ‘Lawyer Shortage’ in DC. Teams of FBI agents and Muelley prosecutors taking turns badgering the people they call in for interviews. I don’t see how they can function with all this harassment. It is a deep state protection operation and Get Trump at all cost. They all must be walking on broken glass. A real travesty.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Yeah One hears rumors/leaks about Lawyer’s in DC. Running around. People being called in to m”spill the beens”

        NONE of these leaks are about a HUGE DOJ/FBI investigation into “All things Hillary” 🙂

        There are no “leaks” of people running such investigations (it would involve a HUGE team),. There are no “leaks” of people (involved with Clinton Crimes) being hauled in, interrogated, subpoenaed etc
        However Sessions fans STILL say… “You don’t know… Sessions could have been investigating (IN SECRET) from day 1.. Grand Juries underway already”
        So it does not MAKE SENSE that Sessions is running this “Parallel Investigation” (Unless it is in some “Parallel Universe”

        As Judge Judy used to say “If it doesnt make sense.. it’s not true”

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        • magaskook says:

          Your getting boring. You made your point long ago. You will either be right about Sessions or you will be wrong. Time will tell. Now can you move on or are you a “move on” shill trolling here to anoy the grown ups? Your making a real rump out of yourself!

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          • rumpole2 says:

            YOu are more boring

            Please scroll past my posts… and/ or share yourself around. I DID NOT bring Sessions up… others did… Go nag somebody else… idiot

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          • rumpole2 says:

            YOU ARE THE TROLL… no doubt about that.

            Posters like me who have formed the basis of CTH fpr 86+ years are not Trolls… YOU ARE!!!!

            You have NOTHING to say on topic… because you are uninformed and stupid.. and I guess unable to think after a “Progressive” education.

            A TROLL like you attacks other posters… just to shut down discussion of opinions you dont like, but have no counter argument to refute.

            YOU SHOULD BE BANNED

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            • rumpole2 says:

              Not 86+ years …. 6+ years

              Still far longer than Newbie morons who have brought the word “Troll” here. .. from their liberal world.

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            • kiskiminetas says:

              This from the man who said JS was in the movie Deliverance. Why are you not getting down on Mueller, the left, Dems, Rinos and such? You have belittled the man with your made up narrative. Here is a novel question for you, instead of your continual hearsay in respect to the man why not give some factual, credible evidence that PDJT wants him gone?

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          • RAC says:

            Yes magaskook Time WILL tell but you cannot travel back in time and have another shot when you find you’ve been duped. PDJT is the ONCE ONLY chance, his like will not come again. EVER.

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            • This will be the test: when Judge Moore is elected to the Senate and refuses to go along with the phony “pro forma” session of congress, thereby allowing PT to make recess appointments. If PT dumps Sessions and replaces him with a recess appointment, this will tell all.

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      • H.R. says:

        Your best argument yet, Howie.

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      • Hmmm Just think if a number of democrats need attorneys… oh what will they do when they do not have sympathetic DC swamp critters deeply connected to the government… Maybe that was part of Mueller’s plan… it is a move executed by MANY wealthy clients when suing someone, they tie up all the high powered attorneys in the area by discussing the case and paying for the office visit to sometimes 10 or more attys. The attys are then unable to represent your opposition.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I hate to admit but you and Howie are absolutely right! Do you see any hope from Nunes and Grassley? Could they be are only hope at this time?

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    • And Sessions thinks that Rosenstein is an honorable man, or at least he told Congress that.

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    • Stringy theory says:

      Totally agree, Rumpole. Sessions needs to go. He is a swamp creature.

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      • dagnyshrug says:

        Session’s behavior is so inexplicable I have wondered if he was tasked with getting close to Trump during the campaign on the likely chance he’d be nominated AG if Trump won. How better to cover all bases and protect Clinton & Co. These people plan ahead.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          He almost DID NOT get confirmed by the Senate. They feared him. That is why they trapped him into a recusal scenario immediately—-to marginalize him.

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        • i have been posting that here since Sessions recused – he and Flynn and his off the hook son too, and possibly mannafort, scarramuci and others

          IMPLANTED in the Trump campaign and then WH/admin as a contingency, by the globalist psychopath deep state…it’s what they DO

          don’t forget get that Sessions and “Flynn” defied and “shocked” the swamp by being the first to support Trump- WAY ahead of when they really “should” have

          and don’t forget that Trump was at best an outsider, needing to forge relationships with and support from those that offered to help him

          These soulless, traitorous REPTILES are MASTERS at mind control and engineering our reality – years and often longer in advance

          it’s the NWO of course

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        • coltlending says:

          There is no doubt in my mind at this point that Sessions was the UniParty/Deep State Franken-in-the-wood-pile deployed at the outset of the campaign.

          Sessions’ body language and his statements during the Rep. Jim Jordan exchange make it as clear as day to me that Sessions is all Swamp.

          There is so much there there out there for a SP it’s funny.

          But good ol’ Swampy Session keeps on trying to brainwash every one he can.

          Not me buddy.

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    • 👍Gunny says:

      Sessions not making the DOJ provide the documents requested by Congress has nothing to do with him being recused. He is in charge and he needs to reach down and grow a pair. While he thinks he is being honorable, President Trump is being battling all the deep state virtually alone. I think Howie recommended “pardons” Pardon some, let them squeal and get the big fish. Sessions is nothing more than a Senator. If he thinks his honor is in jeopardy, well he has already lost it…
      Unless of course this is the 8D chess everyone is hyped up about. If I am wrong, will get Howie a fishing trip

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Pardons?

        I am more in favor of a few executions for treason…

        That will likely make others sit up, fold their arms and face the front.

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      • 👍Gunny says:

        They are after the President…there are trillions at stake. It is time to forget politics and start taking scalps…Roy More’s election and a recess appointment may begin to help, but it is getting a little.
        How much evidence has been destroyed by this Mueller fiasco?

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      • Howie says:

        I like it. I want to go fishin’ right or wrong. Workin’ on a new fishin’ boat for next spring season out in the Gulf Stream!!!!

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      • rumpole2 says:

        I dont know if Sessions is a Swamp creature himself.. maybe, maybe not. Maybe he ireally is a “Southern Gentleman” whose personal high ethical standards were that he should recuse. but…. he should have been able to see that his recusal from “Muh Russians” investigation did NOT make it “fairer”. Sessions should have been able to see what his recusal would mean as far a real swamp creature scum being given MORE POWER… to fill the void that Session’s recusal left.

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        • Thecleaner says:

          He could also fire Rosenstein for defying congressional document requests and keeping the truth buried from the public, and allowing this witch hunt to continue. If Sessions were a Trump ally, he would be outraged watching team Trump get taken down and bankrupted on process crimes…and although people call them nothing burgers because it doesnt touch Trump, people are being needlessly destroyed, and thats not a nothing burger in my books.

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        • brh82 says:

          Do you really think a Southern Gentleman Senator would EVER have had any notion at all that the DOJ and FBI and CIA and NSA all are corrupt and chock full of anti-Trumpers who will do whatever it takes to get PDJT and all his family and friends OUT? I suspect Jeff Sessions is as shocked and stunned as we are.

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        • LCSmom says:

          He could also realize his recusal has caused this whole fiasco and resign. Why is he hanging onto the job when he can’t even do it?

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        • RAC says:

          Endangering PDJT just to satisfy some personal notion of high ethical standards is not honorable, not in any way. It is selfish.

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      • One would think that the “honorable “Mr. Sessions would feel guilty that all these people around Trump and his family, his friends etc. are all being tortured by Mueller and spending a fortune on lawyers. One would think he would want to put a stop to the financial ruin these people are experiencing.
        Mike Flynn had to make a deal with the Devil because he has no money left. And I wouldn’t blame him if he was quite bitter. This is not Justice.
        One would think Mr. Sessions would honor the President who trusted him and who gave him his dream job and step up to help his country and his DOJ.

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      • Betty says:

        Gunny says:
        “Sessions not making the DOJ provide the documents requested by Congress has nothing to do with him being recused. He is in charge and he needs to reach down and grow a pair. While he thinks he is being honorable, President Trump is being battling all the deep state virtually alone.”

        That is exactly right, Gunny, and if AG Sessions has to take a little heat over doing doing it, Well Good, stand up and take it like a man Sessions – it woun’t amount to even a smidgen of the pain Your Selfserving, Virtue Signaling, Recusal brought down on our President – not to mention on all of us.

        AG Sessions not only abondoned us all – no matter if he is playing 8D chess or not.

        Why can’t we demand an Interum Report from Muller? How can we mount a withering assault on Mueller and Sessions and any other entity who can be made to squirm in order to get this investigation out into the open. Really, is there anything we can do as citizens to inject ourselves into this mess – A class action of some kind, can’t we be smart, think outside of the box and come up with a plan? There must be something, look how Steve Bannon lit a fire under the GOPe just by doing something.

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      • yes this entire nightmare of resistance and brutal assault on the President and MAGA for the last YEAR is simply some 75D chess Donald Trump has wrought on himself and the American taxpayer Patriot…

        sessions of course is merely part of that 99D strategy and playing Alabama “possum”

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    • RJ says:

      Excellent summary. Sessions has failed PDJT and the 63 million people who voted for him. He basically took a dive. If you can’t or won’t do your job, then you should resign.

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      • brh82 says:

        Hindsight is wonderful……Sessions shoulda, woulda, coulda, but the fact is that ANY move against Mueller is fraught with the danger of being charged with obstruction of justice. If it were not so, PDJT would have shut Mueller down long ago. We keep forgetting whose got this! Just keep praying. The Deep State is desperate, and “desperate people do desperate things”. They are DEEPLY committed to taking the President out. Steve Bannon acts because he has leverage. We don’t. We just have to pray he’s on guard now more than ever. I believe if he thought we could help in any way, he’d be signaling us. Fleporeblog would be signaling us too. So would Sundance, and Wolf Moon………we have lots of brain power here.

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        • “Hindsight is wonderful……Sessions shoulda, woulda, coulda, but the fact is that ANY move against Mueller is fraught with the danger of being charged with obstruction of justice.” and impeachment – as AGGRESSIVELY and publicly threatened by both sides of the one party

          which is why session’s recusal was such a SWAMP move

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      • RJ – you can’t resign when you’re doing the holy work of your swamp brethren…

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    • TexasRanger says:

      I Agree With Rumpole 100%. But….

      it has now become clear to me that the number 1 priority must not be going after Clinton, Obama, Holder, Lynch, Learner, Rice, Clapper, Comey, Brennan, Powers and on and on, or any other Obama Admin political criminal.

      The number 1 priority must be to clean out and clean up the Deep State corruption within the DOJ, FBI, CIA, The State Dept. and others. But, these are the main offices within the government that need to be gutted, sewer flushed and septic tanks emptied.!

      We Must Break The Deep States Strangle Hold Control on Our Government……

      Clean out the Imbedded Lowlife Deep State Gangster Soldiers – Then we can go after the Main Gangster Criminals.!

      And Understand This – I have always believed in and operated by the old German adage – “Better an End in Misery – Than Misery Without an End“.!

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Well said….

        I dont think we disagree at all.

        The EXTENT of the problem is a bit of a shock. One would expect a few Obama/clinton/Deep State hold-overs…. but it seem more like they are ALL Deep State. The reason Sessions is such a disapointment is that Trump needed to DELEGATE swamp drainage to a least one BOSS in charge of each department… somebody to start firings on day one.. and by now have replacement Trump people in top positions at least. Instead Sessions recused!!!! And the Deep State are all still at DOJ.

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    • HMelville says:

      Excellent assessment rumpole2 of the despicable DOJ, FBI and Mueller Witch Hunt political corruptness.

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    • MVW says:

      Whether or not Sessions and Mueller are part of a Trump strategy or not, the result will be the same. This Mueller witch hunt will fail, on failing, the Two Tier DOJ and corrupt FBI will be exposed, Needed Swamp Draining will ensue. The outcry against political corruption will be conveniently timed for the 2018 election, along with the media having their mantle of truth shown to be a Bad Joke, Fake.

      Such a strategy can’t work unless believed to not be a strategy. So intentional or not, both work.

      I will wait for Trump to walk out of the briar patch.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        Wow…SURE IS A LOT OF VERRRRY DEEP Breathing on this thread to right here under MVW. Sessions is not doing this, Sessions must be replaced, Sessions is deep state, Session this and Sessions that…A WHOLE BUNCH OF PEOPLE NEED TO GET A GRIP ON THE SITUATION…NO MATTER WHAT SESSIONS DOES OR DOESN’T DO, IT IS UP TO THE PRESIDENT TO HIRE AND FIRE…IF PDJT is waiting for a recess appointment for AG…think again. PDJT, Pence and Sessions MEET OVER LUNCH AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK, MORE OR LESS DEPENDING ON SCHEDULES. The ENTIRE Deep State MUST BE EXPOSED before the take downs start. IF anyone exposes their hand, and the deep state knows this, deep state goes back into hiding and PDJT DOES NOT WANT THIS.. The take down will be epic in proportions never seen before. One does not shoot themselves in the foot after pulling the trigger. PDJT KNOWS EXACTLY WHEN THAT TRIGGER IS GOING TO BEING PULLED AND HE KNOWS WHO HE IS GOING TO USE. DO NOT EVER FORGET, THERE IS ONE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY THAT HAS NOT BEEN TOUCHED BY INNUENDO, LIES AND SUCH, AND HAS NOT BEEN IN THE NEWS SINCE PDJT WAS ELECTED…AND THEY DO HAVE ARREST POWERS—->>>THE UNITED STATES MARSHALS SERVICE. So, two things, pipe down or grab the ankles…

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  2. bofh says:

    (Reposted from moribund previous FBI thread)

    I don’t think this comes as a surprise to PDJT, just as so many things seem to break his way, so many “outrageous” things he says turn out to be true and accurate.

    In the movie “The Mothman Prophecies” a character points to a window-washer on a scaffold high atop a tall building, and speculates that “if there was a car crash 10 blocks away, the window washer could probably see it. That doesn’t mean he’s God, or even smarter than we are, but from where he’s sitting he can see a little further down the road.”

    I believe that PDJT can see further down the road than pretty much anyone else in the game.

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  3. SeekerOfTruth says:

    My personal experiences and views on the FBI from Here in Milwaukee and my time in DC.

    1) I have met dozens of FBI people over decades of exposure – field agents, analysts, lawyers. I even trained a few of them to pass their fitness tests and other things.

    2) Not one single FBI person was a conservative or voted Republican. All of my several dozen FBI people ranged from Moderate Dems (mostly lawyers) to far left radical Leftists (many of the field agents and analysts). Some of those I had to unfriend from my Facebook way before the election as their potty mouths attacked me all the time for supporting Trump.

    3) Judging by all their recent actions, the FBI continues to display 100% leftists mentality and support. This does not surprise me since nearly all of them are leftists or Dems.

    Bottom line:
    I was hoping it was really not this bad but it is. Almost no FBI people are conservatives. That explains everything. Massive pressure on any conservatives that might blow the whistle on the far left crazy stuff where they constantly break the law.

    The FBI has become another leftist government agency targeting conservatives. FBI was supposed to be neutral in application of the law. FBI now does not believe in equal law for all.

    These are just my experiences with FBI people for several decades of exposure to them.
    The FBI is totally broken in all the top and middles layers. Only a few in the bottom layers actually do their job fairly. But if they are a conservative, it is like working at Google – you better keep your mouth shut.

    ==> How did the FBI get this way. For decades they have mostly hired political science, liberal arts, and lawyer types from coastal colleges (very left) and scientists from the heavy left coastal colleges – Berkeley, Stanford, UCLA, Harvard, Yale, etc.

    Here in Wisconsin the FBI people mostly all come from the U of Wisconsin Madison campus – the communist university. In Iowa the FBI come from U of Iowa, Iowa City, the most liberal of all Iowa colleges.

    Their hiring practices have lead to a leftist organization complete with many communists in the FBI. They are very PC and SJW driven. They believe in leftist interpretations of the laws.

    The FBI is a leftist organization implementing leftist justice system. Think about that for a while.
    The above is my view from my experiences.
    Comments, other views, dissenting opinions very welcome as always.

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    • Mia C says:

      Good God that is depressing. I hate our indoctrination centers (universities) so much.

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    • Archie says:

      Same for the military except the members are a bit more patriotic so it masks their democrat leanings.

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    • WSB says:

      Shut it all down. New recruits.

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    • SeekerOfTruth says:

      PS. The DOJ is again another leftist organization driven by decades and decades of hiring mostly liberal to very liberal people.

      ==> Are you seeing the trends?
      Almost all government law enforcement agencies including the intelligence ones are almost all made up of leftist people. Decades and decades of hiring mostly left people and the inbreeding coming from that.

      CIA people are hired specifically to have no morals They look for intelligent moral relativists that will do anything on command. The CIA has no code of ethics or obey any laws except their own. Some of my friends went CIA and they were totally that type, plus the ones I met in later years all proved the same. CIA is above the law. They operate as their own government.

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      • bofh says:

        “CIA people are hired specifically to have no morals “

        At youth hockey games, we often yelled at the ref: “If you can’t be just, at least be arbitrary”. I think some arbitrary types in the IC might be a big improvement over all leftoids.

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    • RedBallExpress says:

      “Madison campus – the communist university” Boy there is a mouth full. You have to experience it to believe it. And I would say your experiences and observations are probably as accurate a summary as we will ever get. Thank you.

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    • Howie says:

      Right on. It is stacked with Social Justice practitioners. 6 years is now the average career in it. A college degree is a requirement for the job. We know what they teach at college now. A big mess is what we have here.

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    • aumechanic says:

      They gotta protect that birth certificate at all cost.

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    • And PDJT knows this Seeker and is taking on the Impossible FBI.
      Sessions is still the AG.
      Just a thought.

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    • SSI01 says:

      I have to agree with you, having 23 years of association with them on an almost daily basis. I would have to go further and say the same for most of Federal law enforcement – that is, the 1811s who are the field agents, do the management at the middle level of the agencies, and serve as Directors, Deputy Directors, etc. I never met a truly conservative one in all those years, come to think of it. Within my own agency, to my memory I was the only one I can recall who called Communist China “Communist China.” Everyone else called it the PRC or some inoffensive pet name. We were fighting those people when I was born and we’ve never really stopped doing so, just moved to different arenas to carry on the struggle. I know it’s a small thing, yet it does go a long way to illustrating the worldview of the majority of the investigators and analysts working for both the FBI and my agency. The higher you go, the more you find a genteel sort of condescension that is directed against anyone who views our real enemies as enemies; true patriotism, which wants your own country to be No. 1 in every worthwhile endeavor, win every medal in every Olympic game, and believes it to be, truly, the best country on earth, is tolerated but viewed or responded to with amusement. No wonder I got into trouble for spilling the beans about some questionable dealings about one govt agency. To have that happen at the hands of folks like this is almost a badge of honor.

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    • margarite1 says:

      I have been wondering what’s in it for the FBI guy who is now in trouble and you just explained it. Hard to imagine the FBI is a bunch of left wingers ignoring and/or plotting against us.

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    • brh82 says:

      Seeker of Truth, thank you for that bitter truth. It really does somehow feel empowering to “know the enemy”. I was so angry at Mueller for hiring only Democrats. I wouldn’t have guessed he had no choice.

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    • tedsned says:

      I fervently pray that your anecdotal experience does not reflect on the entire organization. That being said, if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck… it may very well be… a duck. Damn, what the hell has happened to our country? Wait! Could it be a 100 year flirtation with socialism? Could have Wilson been wrong? Could FDR been a tool of the left? Could LB (flannel mouth) J lied to us about his SE Asia intentions? Could the left’s machinations in our educational, religious and body politic have brought us to this sad point?
      Surely not!
      The alphabet networks have been telling me, since I was old enough to pay attention, that “all was well.”
      Relax, Seeker, surely… everything is fine. Not to worry, J. Edgar is watching over his agency from… above?

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  4. POP says:

    Sessions controls the behaviour of the DoJ, he’s in charge and responsible.
    If the DoJ are ignoring demands for information from Congress then Sessions is responsible for that happening because he can fix it with a phone call.

    Session’s time as AG…tick, tick, tick……

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      except he’s not in charge or responsible for the Muh Russia investigation(s)
      if he was… Nunes would of included Sessions in his threat for “contempt of congress”
      Sessions can not have anything to do with it, there is no phone call to make on his part… besides that….. Sessions works at the pleasure of the President, he’s still there so i assume PDJT is pleased with sessions work so far.

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      • POP says:

        Still an unaware halfwit I see.

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          did you even notice that in sundances article upon which you are commenting is a picture with a title of “Liars and Leakers” and there isn’t a picture of someone, nor is he even mentioned in any of it…. who could that be? Hmmmm I wonder…. do you know? did you even bother to notice? do you know that Sundance’s images are of significance?… be about your merry disgusting way POP the troll

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        • rf121 says:

          Deborah has an opinion, that does not make her a half wit. But your comment does make you an asshole.

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          • POP says:

            Nah, she’s wrong and she knows she’s wrong but persists.
            That indicates mental incapacity or arrogance.

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            • rf121 says:

              I think she is wrong also but there is nothing wrong with some disagreement or spirited debate. I know some here want purity of thought but I would rather a broader mix of opinions. Especially when I am right 😉

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              • of course – that goes without saying ;O
                on there’s other hand there is a crowd around here that displays a foul internet type group think mentality

                attacking personally when you post something they disagree with and mobbing in support of each other

                i’m a free thinker, and i don’t ever want to ARGUE with anyone on the internet or anywhere for that matter

                i’m particularly amused by posters coming to the defense of others in such a juvenile way

                speak and think for YOURSELF, no-one else, or move on

                my motto ;O

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            • nuthinmuffin says:

              arrogant narcissist, be gone

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              • SSI01 says:

                I’m thinking of the old military axiom that says you, if you’re in a leadership position, are responsible for EVERYTHING that happens on your watch, whether you knew of it or not. Most folks can look at a situation and determine that while that may be true in a general sense, it’s also possible the person in charge is having to deal with either misfeasance, or malfeasance, among their subordinates and not honest error. It’s pretty hard to exercise full control over people like that when there are SO many of them – as appears to be the case with the FBI – and they occupy so many management positions within that agency. That’s what Sessions is trying to work with. I can’t help but wonder if he’s merely a placeholder at this time, and someone a little younger, and more aggressive, is waiting in the wings to take over once Mueller falls on his backside with this “investigation” of his. In the meantime, in a way it’s serving its purpose by showing the best they can come up with at this time is an 18USC1000 and 1001 violation – which in the grand scheme of things is trivial. I’ve had prosecutors laugh that charge against a confessed perp right off his charge sheet. Reason? “C’mon, they’re crooks, they’re supposed to lie to you! You want to blame him for it?”

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          • TomF says:

            Agreed.

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        • SkyPhoenix says:

          No need for arrogant name calling POP. Wrong site for it. To all of you who are wringing your hands over AG Sessions: the armchair quarterbacking is really tiresome. Do you really think that President Trump sends those tweets to goad the DOJ? Or that he is truly “isolated” from any activity under the Executive branch? Think about it! If he really intended to criticize their performance and that was his only goal, there are so many less public ways for him to do it. He is making these very public comments to poke the Deep State bear, and it’s sending some of you here at CTH into an absolute tizzy. President Trump knows what he’s doing, and AG Sessions has not gone rogue, nor is he asleep. Trust, pray, get a grip, and chill.

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      • rf121 says:

        The senate rino’s have already let PT know that if he fires Sessions there will be repercussions and no replacement. For now PT is stuck with him, like it or not. That is why Sessions should resign to spend more time with his family. He can see the bind he has put PT in.

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          since when has PDJT backed down to anyone? – utter nonsense

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        • dagnyshrug says:

          Trump could play more musical chairs in his Cabinet, to avoid needing Senate confirmation. I suppose if he thought that would bring an improvement he would have done it already.

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          • elleb77 says:

            Which one of his cabinet members could fill that position ? (AG)

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            • Roger Duroid says:

              Acosta from labor. A former fed atty, too

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            • dagnyshrug says:

              Acosta–secretary of labor and now Wray, director of the FBI. Both are attorneys–not that the AG is required to be an attorney, but I think anyone who isn’t would be at a disadvantage. Acosta was a US Attorney. Wray was an Assistant AG, criminal division, under GW Bush. Neither one would need Senate confirmation for the AG position because they have both already been confirmed by the senate as cabinet members.

              Hard to say how swampy they are though. Wray might be pretty swampy, and we don’t know how much of a bulldog Acosta would be. He is a Republican though, for whatever that’s worth these days.

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              • dagnyshrug says:

                **Wray might be more valuable where he is, but getting Sessions replaced could be of higher importance. I’m inclined to think the Senate probably took the musical chairs strategy into consideration in confirming him. Acosta could be a better choice because it would be easier to replace a Labor Secretary, in terms of Senate confirmation, than an FBI Director.

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      • POP says:

        “Sessions can not have anything to do with it, there is no phone call to make on his part”

        Oh dear. Sessions is in charge of the DoJ he can instruct them to provide documents to Congress. If you don’t believe that you’re just a tragic defender of poor ‘ol Uniparty Jeff.

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      • YvonneMarie says:

        Right.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        We may see these subpoenas as political, but there is a legal issue involved, and the DOJ should be directed by thebSttorney General to comply immediately.

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    • Coast says:

      My thoughts too. Thus President Trump has a clear and legitimate reason to remove Sessions. If Sessions can’t run and control his department, then he needs to be removed.

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  5. It runs deep!
    Peter Strzok extramarital affair Lisa Page,FBI, is through and through “#Resistance”

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  6. skifflegirl says:

    President Trump is frustrated and unhappy with Jeff Sessions. Unless the senate makes it impossible by again blocking the president from making appointments during their next break, Sessions will be gone.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      That is why I pray every night for Roy Moore! He will tell them to go take a 💩.

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      funny…. I didn’t see sessions mentioned at all tonight in PDJT tweet… only “Justice” dept. and Nunes is angry at Rosenstein and Wray…. oh and if PDJT was unhappy with sessions he wouldn’t still be there. it would be “he’s a nice guy” and don’t let the door hit ya where the good lord split ya in a NY minute. because that is who PDJT is as a business man and a president.

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      • POP says:

        Sessions is still there because of the necessity of avoiding another Comey dismissal media disaster. (But good, Comey is a Trump hating Demo-bureaucrat who would sabotage the President on demand).
        Sessions is gone just after Mueller.

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        • trialbytruth says:

          Okay and Tillerson goes ? and Jared Goes? and Ivanka is disinherited?

          Trump doesn’t have Media Disasters he has trolling opportunity. It was such a media disaster when Comey left that the media got to eat all their lies and lost more credibility as the truth dripped out.

          Stop worrying so much and watch the New York Billionaire version of Bruce Lee take down his adversaries with little more then a threatening look.

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          • YvonneMarie says:

            😏😉👍

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          • POP says:

            ‘Tillerson goes ?’ No, TRex has a globalist weakness but no-one’s perfect and he can be kept under control by PTrump, otherwise a great operator.

            ‘and Jared Goes? and Ivanka is disinherited?’ Ivanka is excellent PR in places PTrump can use that to great advantage. She brings that to the table. Her global warming an DACA nonsense notwithstanding. Everything is cost benefit.
            Jared? Extended camping in Patagonia asap please. A cultural Democrat.

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            • trialbytruth says:

              Just for a moment lets just assume Trump does what trump wants to do and surrounds himself with the folks he wants around him.

              Wow that was easy.

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              • POP says:

                Surround yourself with Jared’s and you’ll have to be extra careful you don’t catch his politics or you’ll lose the base, or they’ll get sulky and not vote.
                NYC cafe society Jared needs to keep a low profile in working class usually Democrat voting states where PTrump won back the Reagan Democrats and won the election.

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            • Good that there are some patriots who are always suspicious but without people like Jared Hillary would be your President.

              Jared is one of the most important MAGA players on POTUS team..
              10 years ago you would have probably cried Trump is a cultural Democrat..
              The Jared bashing most times turns silly *roll eyes* and is overblown.

              Common sense is more important and Jared seems to have a lot of that for his age.
              And Tillerson is so expertly at what he does.. no better guy for this place in time at State!

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          • MVW says:

            Trump always walks out of the briar patch… Clever that way.

            Americans have truth in their hearts, even in California, they will get sick of what Socialism brings. Venezuelans will too. Sometimes it takes idiots more than the noon day sun to see.

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        • What “Comey dismissal media disaster?” President Trump doesn’t give a flying crap what the fake media says about him! If he wants to fire Sessions, he’ll do it and eat the “media disaster” for desert!

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      • trialbytruth says:

        NO CHIT

        For the life of me I cannot figure out who people think they elected. President Donald Trump is NOT a confused GW Bush. He is not a slimey WJ Clinton. Nor is he a conniving HW bush. He is a titan of business. He is a true leader with a base of support that adores him.

        He does not have to wait for approval to remove Sessions (GW). He does not have to have him visited by enforcers (WJ). He does not have to collect dirt to push him out (HW) All he has to do is say “Your Fired” something he knows exactly how to do.

        I know it has been a year and all Sessions has done is reign in Ms 13, silence AntiFa Started an enforcement procedure for sanctuary cities, and revealed and eliminated the backdoor funding of Resistance groups. I know it is easy to dismiss this as just his job, well your right it is his job and he is doing it.

        You want him to protect Trump , From what a rabid press ,innuendo, Disinformation (some of it probably planted by Trump himself). Or is Jeff Sessions role to defend him from your personal fears, bugaboos, and night terrors ?

        There hasn’t been a glove laid on our President or his family. All we have are the baying of hyenas on a dark night. Lions don’t fear hyenas. Be a Lion

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          AND those are only things we’ve been made privy to know…
          There is so much more behind the curtain that not even the session bashers know.. Yet -they are try to make a case based on information the biggest fake news, fake journalists & liars and propagandists have given them… garbage in garbage out .

          I’ll keep my powder dry

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        • Regina says:

          I believe Sessions has also referred several investigations to the Inspectors General – a foolproof way to launch an investigation on any matter where he has recused himself =)

          Notice who figured out the hanky-panky on Mueller’s team? I seriously doubt it was Mueller, the FBI or the Dems that asked the OIG to step in and take a closer look.

          Just because Sessions’ name isn’t on the headline, it doesn’t mean he’s doing nothing.

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        • Jim in TN says:

          Please point to where Sessions has silenced antifa.

          The rest are things I remember reading about. Unfortunately, missing and or forgetting things happens.

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          • trialbytruth says:

            Jim

            Antifa has more to do with observation then reports. The feds put felony charges on the day of resistence protestors. Used their website for Intel gathering and things quieted down.

            When was the last time you saw windows smashed cars turned over and burned.

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    • tinkerthinker2 says:

      Somehow I really doubt that.

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    • TomF says:

      Did the President call you to let you know?
      Are you a mind reader or just speculating??

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  7. Archie says:

    Time for Trump to start talking about Freedom.

    Get the CIA, IRS, FBI, EPA, NSA back under stringent judicial control and out of our lives. Notice I didn’t say get them under Congressional oversight, we all know that won’t work. Reduce the number of federal crimes to the bare minimum. And get rid of Google for good measure.

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  8. Hi Sundance. Am I allowed back to comment again now?

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      • rf121 says:

        Released on parole.

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      • During the time when you were away cleaning up after the hurricane, I was thrown out by the moderators for saying Sessions was Deep State.

        It would seem many now would agree. Thank you for letting me comment again, on what is the best blog available for political comment.

        The bigger issue, is that the FBI, the top law enforcement agency in the land, is no longer in existence. In other words, we no longer have a top law enforcement agency. It is now a political witch hunt Star Chamber, controlled by the Democrats and Obama/Bush holdovers and is used to act as an attack vehicle against the democratically elected government, elected by the people they claim to represent.

        To remind you. Kate Steinle’s killer walks free. Flynn gets threatened with 60 years. Why? Politics. The law in this country is now broken. All because of Sessions, Mueller, Comey, and their maniacal hatred of a Trump. These people need to be charged with subversion, and for initiating a Deep State coup.

        I am afraid the FBI needs to be disbanded, and rebuilt. It clearly does not do things in the interest of fairness and equality for all. It is no longer fit for purpose. The people are sick of it. Indeed, they are scared of it. Like they are scared of the IRS. It has lost it’s way, and has no oversight WHATSOEVER. We see their structure as exactly the same as the CFPB.

        Sessions should have stood down. But now, he needs to be prosecuted. And why? Well, I’ve tried to find the word, and the only word I can think of is TREASON. If someone can provide me with a more truthful word, I will use it.

        Finally, can anyone remember why he had to stand down? I do. He spoke to the Russian Ambassador in a crowded room. Something every politician in DC has done at least once over the past two years. Because of this, the FBI has no oversight whatsoever, and the most destructive and infamous witch hunt in US legal history is the result.

        I am afraid the FBI has to go. And Mueller, Comey and Sessions all need to be behind bars. If not, then I am afraid the USA will never recover.

        Time for people to put their big boy pants on, and put the Zippo lighter down.

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        • Howie says:

          I fear the criminal justice system has been compromised now by social justice creeping in through these agencies. Not by the law and procedure itself but by these supra psuedo processes being employed through them. NSA, CIA, FBI, etc. Obama/Bush did far more damage than even I thought. Their minions are all still in place. I still think it is going to be a showdown between Trump and Deep State.

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          • You’re smarter than me Howie and I respect your comments.
            I always believed IT was all about PDJT vs the Deep State.
            What am I missing here?

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          • Jim in TN says:

            Remember Bush’s phrase for leaving Clinton people in place? ‘Continuity in Government’.

            Add in the worming process for political appointees to get government jobs and 24 years is a very long time to take control and dominate the entire government.

            Not to mention the blatant discrimination against hiring conservatives as seen in the CFPB, or the inherent bias that government jobs lead to wanting to make government bigger, and that every bureaucrat exists to protect the bureaucracy, and you have one big mess that needs cleaning.

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        • Donna in Oregon says:

          Americans are usually patient and we’d rather be happy then worry or fret, or be pissed off.

          But more and more, it feels like we are getting played.

          All the time, every way possible–by the system–the powers that be just jerk us every which way….all the time. About money, about employment, about our safety, about the words we say, about the thoughts we have, about what we eat, about how we move, about how we live everyday, and removing our choices whenever the powerful think we don’t deserve a choice.

          Americans don’t like getting played. Lying to our faces day-after-day. It makes us mean.

          The Swamp has to know…..we are stone cold angry.

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          • wcmcgirt says:

            They know, Donna. They just don’t care what we think. We’re too stupid and uninformed to matter.

            The Deep State is about to learn a hard, harsh lesson in how justified Cold Anger manifests itself.

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  9. pmdea says:

    Closer it gets to FBI informant testifying, likely the attack on POTUS will be intensified and Muller working overtime to indict and distract from the revelations. They will want to avoid at all costs Obama being implicated – which he is.
    Churches really need to pray this boomerangs back onto the corrupt, as it is the biggest scandal – politicised DOJ, FBI, CIA and Obama admin for U1, unmasking, FISA Warrants, Cover for Hillary etc. List is too long.
    Truly believe GOD has this and too much will be exposed for the truth to be suppressed any longer. GOD may work on hearts to convict those in the know in IC to come forward with fresh evidence.
    Love to see the day when MSM has to cover the real scandals as they are so huge…..

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  10. Mitro Roman says:

    I encourage everyone to keep contacting the DoJ/FBI (see form below) and Congress and tell them to stop this farce and investigate all of Obama Admin/Hillary crimes. We shouldn’t have to, but unless we do it, the swamp will continue with this farce. The more pressure they get from the public, the better. It has a cumulative effect and will pay off in the long run.
    https://www.justice.gov/doj/webform/your-message-department-justice

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  11. Donna in Oregon says:

    I do believe that change has finally come to Washington DC.

    To Treeper everywhere:

    “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ~ Margaret Mead

    Donald J. Trump. The Change we’ve been waiting for. Leadership:

    “The true mark of a leader is the willingness to stick with a bold course of action — an unconventional business strategy, a unique product-development roadmap, a controversial marketing campaign — even as the rest of the world wonders why you’re not marching in step with the status quo. In other words, real leaders are happy to zig while others zag. They understand that in an era of hyper-competition and non-stop disruption, the only way to stand out from the crowd is to stand for something special.”
    -Bill Taylor, from article “Do You Pass the Leadership Test?”

    Donald J. Trump is leadership with results. “Change is Inevitable, Growth is Optional.”

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  12. Howie says:

    If Strozak had to go then so do the rest of them. Top to bottom. A green shoot? Muelley would not get him out if he was not a liability to his scheme.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      If he has to go now…. great… But all his “Work” and others “work”f built up on his work has to be binned…. going right back to his “work” on Hillary Email Treason

      He and his squeeze need to be FIRED properly.. not just move to other investigations.

      If corrupt people were fired in the past.. and shunned from all such similar work.. we would not have Mueller, Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein .. to name just a few off the top of my head. These corrupt bastids should have been removed from all legal/investigative work.. as they cropped up… not allowed to carry on and congeal into Mueller’s witch hunt

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  13. Annie says:

    think I will send Nunes an email of support..did it early on..and he deserves another one to let him know we appreciate what he is doing.

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  14. Howie says:

    I sure hope Wrey is doing some shuffling of these FBI crooks out of the deck.

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  15. bayrat65 says:

    This mess in Washington DC is decades in the making. Fixing will take decades. I pray to God that it’s fixable. We all must be patient and relentless in our crusade to restore our republic.

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  16. theresanne says:

    Why not bring in Sheriff David Clarke to clean up/dispose of the FBI? He seems like a no-nonsense straight-arrow guy.

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    • bayrat65 says:

      You got that right. listening to him earlier tonight, the man is definitely a patriot.

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    • RAC says:

      Yes I like him too. And don’t believe all this stuff about people being un-sackable, look hard enough and you’ll find something, nobody’s perfect. What happens when you drive past an horrific road smash up, you start to drive more carefully for a while, everyone does. It needs some high level, well publicized scalps, frequently.

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  17. dizzymissl says:

    Looks like Nunes is serious about the contempt charges:

    Responding to the revelations about Strzok’s texts on Saturday, Nunes said he has now directed his staff to draft contempt-of-Congress citations against Rosenstein and the new FBI director, Christopher Wray. Unless DOJ and FBI comply with all os his outstanding requests for documents and witnesses by the close of business on Monday, Nunes said, he would seek a resolution on the contempt citations before year’s end.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/12/02/fbi-officials-role-in-clinton-email-investigation-under-review.html

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  18. Red Frog says:

    The S doesn’t really HTF until President Trump pardons Blago. Then the worm will really have turned.

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    • lastinillinois says:

      Know what?

      Noone – and I mean noone – detested Blagojevich as a corrupt city official AND as a governor more than I did.

      BUT!
      Blago was a fall guy – and needs to be afforded the opportunity to tell the truth.

      The timing of his arrest was obvious at the time and seems even more obvious all these years later:
      He was arrested to shut him up.

      He knows where MANY of ‘the bodies are buried’ as far as Chicago politics (his wife is the daughter of one of Chicago’s most all-time powerful aldermen Dick Mell).

      He was arrested WHEN he was arrested so that his ego and his big mouth could do no harm to ‘the Obama plan’.

      I hope Pres Trump offers him either a pardon or immunity for giving testimony against the Chicago criminals who ran our country for 8 whole years – and who are refusing to let go now.

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      • Red Frog says:

        1000+++ My level of detestation was pretty high so I’m with you. Judge Zagel (Mr Pam Zekman) then lands a gig on the FISA court and the court reporter gets lost and has to type up the court transcript for months jeopardizing the appeal.

        Usually I would say let him rot, but it stinks so bad even I can see he was put on ice.

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        • lastinillinois says:

          Yep.
          And then there is the Zagel angle.

          Now THAT guy could tell some stories!

          Anytime ‘the city’ needed a pre-determined outcome, they went to Zagel.

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      • Janie M. says:

        lastinillinois, it would be great to get rid of Madigan and his den of thieves.

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        • lastinillinois says:

          Oh yes ma’am janie – oh baby oh baby oh baby …….

          That would be THE ULTIMATE sign that MAGA is country-wide:
          If the communist state of Illinois were to run those Marxists out.

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          • Janie M. says:

            last, I view them as the Tax and Spend contingency – never met a tax they didn’t like. BTW, I get Jewel’s weekly online grocery ad and it had a notice saying the Cook Cnty. sugar tax (soft drinks?) had been abolished. I didn’t even know it had been instituted. But then again, I don’t presently nor have I ever lived in Cook Cnty. I moved here in Dec. 1972, right after I finished my enlistment with the Marine Corps.

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            • lastinillinois says:

              Are you around Cook County, Janie?

              I have never lived in Cook, but have lived around Cook most of my life and have been working in and around Cook for decades.

              And you are of course correct, they are definitely the tax n spenders.
              I knew that the entire state was about to be screwed over when Blagojevich became governor – the whole state is basically now chicago – scumbag politicians buying votes by getting people reliant on government services.

              Filthy, filthy, degenerates.

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              • Janie M. says:

                Nah, predominantly lived in DuPage Cnty cities. Madigan and his band of thieves have been great at driving businesses (can’t remember which right now) and Illinoisans out of the state over the years due to taxes. Saw a poll last year on an IL site, can’t recall the number of participants but 51% said they wanted to leave the state.

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  19. ray76 says:

    Between Comey’s exoneration memo and the exposure of Strzok’s activities it’s now time for a legitimate investigation of Clinton’s e-mails.

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  20. rumpole2 says:

    I am past fed up with myself and other long term posters at CTH being called “Trolls” (and worse).. by idiot newbies (an others) who have no idea about simple Forum etiquette.

    Apparently VERY low IQ people who can not mount an argument, and so resort to personal attacks of other posters. It needs to STOP!!

    EXAMPLES

    Given my opinion of Jeff Sessions, I might well post
    Rumpole says….
    Jeff Sessions is a useless dork!

    People are free to disagree, and I would have no problem with a reply like…
    SessionsInfatuated says….
    No. Jeff Sessions is NOT a dork

    However, that is not what happens. A typical reply is…
    SessionsInfatuated says……
    No. You are a dork, Rumpole… and a TROLL!!
    I am fed up with you even mentioning Sessions.
    I want you to not post here and go post at some other (liberal)Site

    Big difference. A personal attack on a fellow poster is a BANNING offense. 🙂

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Both sides are doing frequent personal attacks.

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    • POP says:

      Point taken Rump….
      But things are a lot better than previously when the merest suggestion that Jared was the West Wing Democrat of legend, got a fellow banned.
      Now the consensus is at least 50:50 that my description of him as a practising cultural Democrat, catastrophic global warming and CO2 pricing believer, Wall “non-supporter” and DACA supporter is fair comment.
      I’ll leave compulsory collective thought to the left.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Personally I dont mind disagreement over which political player is good or bad.
        Abusive comments about the Politicians is a matter of personal opinion.

        I am fed up with being called a “Troll” and told I should not post what I do.. or not post at all.

        “compulsory collective thought” is a great description… I never thought I’d live to see the day it was in vogue at CTH

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        • POP says:

          They can call me what they like. No restrictions.
          However if they are presenting lies as opinion expect me to call them halfwits.

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          • Aubergine says:

            But, see, that’s when you lose the argument! Don’t CALL them half-wits, demonstrate their half-wittery (if you can), with facts! To win an argument, you must have information.
            This is how I taught my kids. If they are lying, refute it. Name-calling only gives your opponent credibility by diminishing yours.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            I thought you were a bit generous.
            Some people are totally witless 🙂

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  21. Jim in TN says:

    When will Mueller get called out for actively working to hide exonerating information, and then taking people to court to bury the release of such information?

    Mueller was interjecting himself to prevent information about FBI joining in with Democrats in paying FusionGPS to create the slime dossier. After it was leaked due to a court case, it risked destroying the witchhunt, so he rushed the Manafort indictment with coordinated leaks.

    This time, the bad information he has been withholding is going to come out via an IG report that he knows about, so he drags Flynn in to court to plea guilty just a couple days before this information is leaked.

    And Rosenstein is there to make sure this stuff stays hidden. And to hide all the Uranium One stuff.

    I sure hope Congress holds them both in contempt.

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  22. MAGAbear says:

    Maybe Sessions can’t bring himself to unrecuse himself from the muh Russia stuff, but he surely can fire some people in his department for acting as political operatives defending the Obama/Clinton/Deep State crime machine. Enough of this BS already!

    Guess after 8 years of a Marxist infiltrator like Obozo I shouldn’t be suprised that our government has been honeycombed with like-minded fellow travalers, but this is corruption I never thought imaginable in this country.

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  23. POP says:

    “Many people in our Country are asking what the ‘Justice’ Department is going to do about the fact that totally Crooked Hillary, AFTER receiving a subpoena from the United States Congress, deleted and “acid washed” 33,000 Emails?” he continued. “No justice!”

    The President is asking why Sessions is utterly inactive as AG in charge of the DoJ ?????

    This is very confusing.
    PTrump can replace the execrable Sessions, Uniparty loyalist, in a heart beat.
    Why is the President complaining about Sessions and doing nothing about it?
    High confusion here.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      We all know that if Trump fired Sessions there would be a “Fire” storm… it was all but threatened before… Senate would block replacement etc.
      So even if Trump is of a mind to fire Sessions he may be biting his tongue.. for now. He does have other MAGA to be getting on with.. and the Free World to run 🙂

      In the same way that Sessions’ recusal let his POTUS down.. that left worse swamp creatures below Sessions with more power… Trump firing Sessions would add to that situation… Sessions gone.. means Rosenstein in charge.. and the other Deep State running amok.
      I dont see the logic when people say Sessions MUST be a good AG simply because Trump picked him?? Sure Trump picked him.. and he is stuck with him.. for now, but Trump said he “would never have picked him” if he had said he was going to recuse.

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      • POP says:

        Indeed, if Sessions was a Trumpian he’d resign.

        Why does Sessions stay? Just to ensure the DoJ anti-Trump bureaucrats rule that dept.

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      • RAC says:

        Agree, PDJT is stuck with Mr. S because he is the lessor of two evils.
        The only upside is this, PDJT didn’t sail through his long and successful career without hitting setbacks, this is just another one that he’ll work around.
        What makes it so ******* annoying is it came in the worst possible place at the worst possible time and was totally unnecessary.

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  24. jeans2nd says:

    Chairman Nunes is not going to do anything except threaten.
    Pres Trump is not tweeting to AG Sessions nor anyone else in D.C.

    Congress is not going to do anything. They’ve not done anything up til now. What makes you think they will start? Because of Pres Trump’s personal charisma? Please.

    AG Sessions is not playing fortyleven-D chess. Howie and I have been saying since the Don Jr-Russian attorney fiasco months ago that Sessions was not the guy to help us nor Pres Trump.

    Pres Trump is tweeting to us, We The People. We are all that Pres Trump has. Why do you think they want so badly to shut down Pres Trump’s tweets?

    This is not the time to sit back and argue over AG Sessions nor anyone else. Now is the time to get off our dead butts and go out and find stuff, talk to people around you who know things, find obscure interviews, etc., where people say things.

    One of the things i do is regularly monitor the think tanks. There are 16 hours from the Reagan Defense thing from yesterday 2 Dec 2017 that have been d/l’ed to which i will listen. Sundance has posted a short clip from this on another post.

    Forget Congress and the rest, except for monitoring them to catch lies, deceit, and intentional squirrel chasing.
    Pres Trump tells us where and for what to look in those tweets.
    What are you doing?

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    • wcmcgirt says:

      Completely agree!! Our bickering sows seeds of doubt in some people’s minds, and that just assists the Deep State. Never has patience been more important than it is right now.

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    • abstain says:

      I also agree that there is a lot of information in these “think tank” interviews. Arguing about what could or should happen in the future is a waste of time when there is so much information out there to be disseminated.

      It’s obvious that the CIA is now looking at economics in an entirely new and useful light thanks to President Trump.

      It was great to see Panetta treated like the old hound dog he is by CIA Director Pompeo. It’s laughable for Panetta to insist that President Trump’s tweets should be reviewed for the correct message or stopped completely. When will the give up? The reason why Hillary and Elizabeth Warren’s tweets are such dross is that they are written by committee. These tired political animals are being forced into participating in this new platform and they stink at it.

      Nobody runs our President.

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  25. HMelville says:

    The following disgusting revelations are worth repeating: “Peter Strzok… played a key role in the original FBI investigation into the Trump-Russia matter, and then a key role in Mueller’s investigation, and (also) played an equally critical role in the FBI’s Hillary Clinton email investigation…” and a brazen biased cocky anti Trump pro Hillary tweeter or Facebook poster.
    This totally discredits Mueller who supposedly had impeccable unimpeachable ethics and integrity but most of us knew otherwise because Trump is Prez.

    Strzok is only one of the carefully chosen anti Trumpists on Mueller’s dream team of biased Dem and Hillary donors and political sycophants. So called Honest Rob is just another Deep State anti Trump operative as we suspected.

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  26. Harleyd says:

    There are only two options here:

    1. Mueller was fully aware of Strzok’s political leanings, deep involvement with Hillary’s corrupt e-mail “investigation” and all its flaws, and his unprofessional relationship with a key DOJ/FBI lawyer. Despite all this, Mueller appointed Strzok as lead FBI investigator.

    2. Mueller was not aware of all of the above and blundered ahead with Strzok, likely on the recommendation of someone in the swamp who wanted a reliable partisan on the case in a key role, thus assuring the desired outcome.

    If it’s #1 above, Mueller is swamp.

    If it’s #2 above, Mueller is a typical bureaucrat with no particular talent or management skill. His resume is a mile wide and an inch deep. May explain his many failures in the past.

    Votes? Or a third option?

    PS: Here’s a fun quiz:

    Q: Why did Mueller fire Strzok?

    A: Because he got caught.

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    • Harleyd says:

      Second quiz question:

      Q: Why did Mueller hide Strzok’s issues and firing from Congress and the public?

      A: Because he knew it would compromise his credibility and work in a major way.

      Third quiz question:

      Q: What is the last place in your organization to assign a disgraced male Agent who has had an unprofessional relationship with a fellow female employee?

      A: Human Resources. You can’t make this stuff up.

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  27. tinkerthinker2 says:

    I do get tired of us like minded people squabbling over Sessions…truth is..we know nothing, we know nothing…all we do is guess what’s going on. So lighten up everybody. Merry Christmas!

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  28. Shadrach says:

    I think what’s going on is that you don’t plant seeds until the ground has been hoed. If Obama or Clinton were arrested immediately after Trump’s inauguration, the repercussions from the people on the left would have been dangerous for the country.

    These tweets are helping prepare the ground for the swamp’s downfall. People on the left are finally seeing the truth, the media and Hollywood is being exposed for what they always have been, the Kate Steinle case revealed the evil of Sanctuary cities, and Flynn was charged for lying to the FBI (setting the standard), and the FBI just got exposed. These are just a few examples. Meanwhile the economy is growing and unemployment is decreasing. The people have to reach at least what Scott Adams calls “effective but I don’t like it” before the big ugly happens.

    PDJT is the President for all of us, he is working for the overall good of the country, and I suspect that part of that overall good is prepping everyone (not just us) for the ugly truth to come out. Meanwhile the opposing team is trying to keep their side blinded with media propaganda, twitter choking, youtube demonetization, and etc. It is an epic battle, and it won’t be won in one day.

    I don’t agree with Rumpole, Howie, etc upthread. But the louder they shout, the sooner our day comes. Working for all of us means you can’t let our side get too angry either 🙂 So shout away.

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  29. MVW says:

    Everyone. Politics works opposite to what clear, honest thinking would expect. Politics is ‘Opposite World’. Ever watch a Clint Eastwood movie where Clint gets the !@#$ kicked out of him? Then comes back…? You know what happens next.

    In World Wide Wrestling, same thing. Same theme.

    I hate to say it, but this is ‘Opposite World’. Americans have to be fired up for the change needed, for even the idiot Left to not fight it tooth and nail. The Left have to be sick of their corrupt techniques, lies, violence. Or XX% of common sense Deplorables have to be !00% on board.

    This is the ‘Briar Patch’ story. America is being thrown into it. We are about to reroute the Potomac in 2018.

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  30. G. Combs says:

    SESSION vs CONGRESS

    First question: WHO OWNS CONGRESS? The voters? 🙄
    No, Congress is OWNED by the multi-national corporations and the Trans-pacific Partnership was all about placing the USA UNDER the absolute control of multi-national corporations. Trans-Pacific Partnership Synopsis FROM THE US GOVERNMENT Pay attention to DISPUTE SETTLEMENT where a Panel composed of three international trade and subject matter experts TRUMP’s our Supreme Court in matters of US law.

    Second question: Would AG Sessions be aware that the US Congress is OWNED by foreign interests that are anti-American?
    Of course he is.

    Third question: Why in Hades would people be OPPOSED to AG Sessions thwarting any plans the traitorous Congress would have, by feeding them as little information as possible?
    A. They put satisfying their curiosity above the welfare of this country.
    B. They are too stupid to connect the dots.
    C. They are intentionally working against the best interests of this country.

    Now tell me again why the DOJ, under the Trump ADMINISTRATION, should cooperate with Congress???

    “Roll Call has raked through congressional financial disclosure forms to create our Wealth of Congress Index. In the course of analyzing the data of the 50 richest members of Congress, the 10 “poorest” and all the others elected to represent Americans in the Capitol, we discovered scores of interesting things that illustrate how they made their money, how they keep it and how some use the illusion of transparency to their advantage.”http://media.cq.com/50Richest/

    BTW, Ranked as 383. Rep. Devin Nunes, looks like a ‘good guy’

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  31. TheWanderingStar says:

    I kinda like how this is unfolding. The traitors are all coming into the light under the weight of their own evil actions. Many SP investigations will now be tainted and discredited. The optics are bad for all traitors involved. And Sessions is no where to be seen by design. And that’s a good thing. His involvement would lead to the MSM, Deep Staters and dhims spinning it all into obstruction by Trump. It takes time for a crack to breach a dam. The cracks are forming and the weight and strength of the water is irresistible. Watch out below!

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  32. skylermom says:

    This guy is the Zelig of the Deep State. He shows up in every sketchy investigation or operation we’re dealing with.

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  33. D. Manny says:

    Do you know why you’re wrong about Sessions being part of the swamp? Because Swamp Creature Gowdy threatened Sessions, saying, if you start an investigation that we deem politically motivated, we’re coming for you.

    The Swamp does not threaten the Swamp. http://thegatewaypundit.com/2017/11/rep-trey-gowdy-ag-jeff-sessions-congress-will-investigate-politicized-doj-video/

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  34. Rodney Plonker says:

    I’d like to know how Strzok was busted. It is not every day you get to look at someone’s phone.

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  35. Chewbarkah says:

    A Citizen’s Plea to President Trump:
    The Peter Strzok situation is the head of a giant boil of corruption that must be lanced NOW. We get it that you use social media as a bully pulpit. Terrorists use terrorism because they don’t have a real army. “Tweeting” is for people who have no real power. You are President of the US, and can actually order people to “DO” things, not some self-righteous celebrity. Kindly take these three actions freaking NOW:
    1) Have surrogates work with Nunes and any other Congresspeople you haven’t completely alienated, to create written requests, resolutions, press conferences, etc., demanding immediate appointment of a Special Counsel to investigate and prosecute all crimes related to the Clintons, obstruction of justice by the Clintons and by investigators of the Clintons, Peter Strzok and his DoJ girlfriend, politicization of the DoJ, FBI, and IRS, covert operations against the government by Brennan, Clapper et al., and all related crimes and cronies.
    2) Determine who would be honest, aggressive, competent, ethically unassailable leader willing to head such an investigation, which must be based outside of either Washington, DC, NYC, so that fair juries and judges are at least theoretically possible. Consult with serious people outside your limited circle on who they would support for this giant job, but make up your own mind.
    3) Sign an Executive Order directing all the above and the appointment of your specified Special Prosecutor, and make it happen within a short, set time frame.
    This is the only chance the US has to dig out of this mire. Stop hinting and start ordering.

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  36. from breitbart

    by JOEL B. POLLAK 2 Dec 2017
    Devin Nunes, House Intel Committee Prepare to Find FBI in Contempt for Mueller Cover-up

    “House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) has instructed committee staff to prepare to cite the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in contempt of Congress after the agency failed to turn over documents explaining why agent Peter Strzok had been removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.”

    HAHA! more fantasy from swamp cartoon mind control central…

    even if the swamp thug puppets in congress got a swamp judge to do this and hold little jeff and their swamp pals at the DOJ in “contempt”, NOTHING will EVER come of it
    if i was a gambler i’d put the big $$$$$ on it

    how stupid do they think Patriots are?

    *rhetorical question

    “PREPARE to cite” LOL

    i’m so tired of this foul charade

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    • POP says:

      Correct, being cited for contempt by Congress is like being mauled by a toothless lamb.
      Deliberately so.
      No consequences and it sounds great, just what the spin doctors ordered.

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  37. cdominik says:

    It is starting to make sense on why Jeff Sessions recused himself from the Russia investigation (with Nunes threatening to hold the DOJ and FBI in contempt of Congress). If Sessions had not recused himself and released information detrimental to the Obama led DOJ and FBI the fake news media would discount it saying the President is using his office to go after the former administration.

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  38. thefirstab says:

    Hi everyone, Tis the Season! I usually scroll through or dont read the Sessions bashing threads, but since I am in Alabama (not home state) wanted to contribute some food for thought.
    Have always been a fan of the Honorable Jeff Sessions, for various reasons, mostly to do with illegal immigration prior to his current position. Sessions has been in local/state gov’t for many years, and just like any other state there are levels of corruption.
    Here is a link to info about my area’s own shocking level of corruption; how entrenched it was for many years and how it was dismantled. It’s not easy!
    http://www.encyclopediaofalabama.org/article/h-1250

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    • POP says:

      Sessions isn’t all bad, the problem is he’s still loyal to his Senate Uniparty establishment buddies in the big picture. Session’s can’t help it.
      Session’s political incompetence and cowardice led directly to Mueller, some version of Mueller will be operating to 2020 and the next election. Just the way the anti Trumpers want it.
      All because of Sessions and a Republican majority House and Senate that voted for Mueller.
      The Republicans are after Trump.

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  39. Sandra-VA says:

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  40. Tom says:

    These comments are becoming almost unreadable with all the Sessions bashing. Useless, really.

    Not a soul here knows what’s going on, pro or con, yet there are many know-it-alls who are convinced that they do.

    These threads used to be fairly informative – the constant back-and-forth re Sessions is making comments useless. Too much crap to scroll beyond…

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  41. TexasRanger says:

    If Sessions was a true white hat patriot he would go to President Trump and say – I will resign and step down, lets plan how to best proceed for America and Justice.

    Sessions is an obstacle to cleaning up the Deep State in Washington and knows it, but he is self serving and will not step down to allow President Trump to clean up the Swamp Mess.!

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