Good Grief – Fired FBI Investigator Was The Person Who Interviewed Flynn…

OK, before going further, we need to step back and take a look at how deeply enmeshed Deputy Head of Counterintelligence FBI Agent Peter Strzok was to this entire FBI investigative enterprise.

•Peter Strzok was the lead FBI agent in charge of the Hillary Clinton email investigation. •Agent Peter Strzok was one of a small group who interviewed Hillary Clinton. •Agent Strzok was also the FBI contact person to receive the Russian Dossier and interview the author Christopher Steele.  [Remember, Hillary Clinton’s team paid Christopher Steele (via Fusion GPS) to create the dossier.] •Agent Strzok was the primary counterintelligence investigator for the ‘vast Russian conspiracy’, narrative.  •Agent Strzok was then hired by Robert Mueller to lead the FBI investigative efforts into  the “Russian Election Collusion/Conspiracy.”  •Agent Strzok was removed from the Mueller Team after the anti-Trump/pro-Clinton content of his internal communications were discovered by the current Inspector General investigation….

…and today we discover that Deputy Head of Counterintelligence, FBI Agent Peter Strzok was the person who interviewed National Security Advisor General Michael Flynn on January 24th, 2017.  An interview, that blindsided Flynn because there was no advanced notification…. And an interview that was the basis for the recent Robert Mueller charging of Flynn.

Good grief, it’s no wonder why the FBI desperately tried to control a pending IG release by advance-scripting a narrative, via leaks to the New York Times and Washington Post.

If FBI Agent Strzok can be shown to have conflicting political and institutional bias, then every aspect of the investigation he was involved in comes into question… and Agent Strzok is at the EPICENTER of every angle, within every aspect, of EVERY investigation.

SARA CARTER – A supervisory special agent who is now under scrutiny after being removed from Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s Office for alleged bias against President Trump also oversaw the bureau’s interviews of embattled former National Security advisor Michael Flynn, this reporter has learned.


FBI agent Peter Strzok was one of two FBI agents who interviewed Flynn, which took place on Jan. 24, at the White House, said several sources. The other FBI special agent, who interviewed Flynn, is described by sources as a field supervisor in the “Russian Squad, at the FBI’s Washington Field Office,” according to a former intelligence official, with knowledge of the interview.

[…]  The former U.S. intelligence official told this reporter, “with the recent revelation that Strzok was removed from the Special Counsel investigation for making anti-Trump text messages it seems likely that the accuracy and veracity of the 302 of Flynn’s interview as a whole should be reviewed and called into question.”

“The most logical thing to happen would be to call the other FBI Special Agent present during Flynn’s interview before the Grand Jury to recount his version,” the former intelligence official added.

[…]  According to another source, with direct knowledge of the Jan. 24 interview, McCabe had contacted Flynn by phone directly at the White House. White House officials had spent the “earlier part of the week with the FBI overseeing training and security measures associated with their new roles so it was no surprise to Flynn that McCabe had called,” the source said.

McCabe told Flynn “some agents were heading over (to the White House) but Flynn thought it was part of the routine work the FBI had been doing and said they would be cleared at the gate,” the source said.

“It wasn’t until after they were already in (Flynn’s) office that he realized he was being formally interviewed. He didn’t have an attorney with him,” they added.  Flynn’s attorney Robert Kelner did not respond for comment.

… [Justice Department Spokesperson] Isgur Flores said in a written statement to this reporter that the Justice Department provided the House Intelligence committee and leadership with “several hundred pages of classified documents and multiple briefings—including, for example, clear answers as to whether any FBI payments were made to a source in question related to the dossier—and has more recently cleared key witnesses they have requested to testify, including Mr. McCabe, Mr. Strzok, and the alleged handler in question.”  (read more)

Many people have asked the question why would Michael Flynn have lied about talking to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in the first place?

It’s a great question.

The Occam’s Razor answer is the toxic political environment that existed in January 2017, where the administration was being hammered by a tsunami of media narratives and political opposition claiming that any scintilla of contact with anything Russian meant that Putin and Trump were “colluding” BFFs,…. and Flynn didn’t want to fuel that nonsense.

That’s really the only reason to mislead about Russian contacts.

And/or once Vice-President Mike Pence made the statement that Flynn had no contact with anyone from Russia etc. any contradictory statement from Flynn would make Pence appear compromised; so Flynn had to stick to it without clarification.


Sunday January 15th – VP-elect Mike Pence appears on Face The Nation. [Transcript Here]

JOHN DICKERSON: But there’s a distinction between that feeling about the press and legitimate inquiry, as you say, that the Senate Intelligence Committee is doing. Just to button up one question, did any advisor or anybody in the Trump campaign have any contact with the Russians who were trying to meddle in the election?

MIKE PENCE: Of course not. And I think to suggest that is to give credence to some of these bizarre rumors that have swirled around the candidacy. (link)

[*NOTE* Notice the narrative questioning at the time (early Jan) was framed that ‘any contact’ with Russians was evidence of meddling/election-collusion with Russians.]

Friday January 20th – Inauguration

Tuesday January 24th – Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn was interviewed at the WH by the FBI.

♦[Either Flynn contradicts Pence, or he tells a lie, those were his options.]

Wednesday January 25th –  The Department of Justice received a detailed readout from the FBI agents who had interviewed Flynn. Yates said she felt “it was important to get this information to the White House as quickly as possible.”

Thursday January 26th – (morning) Yates called McGahn first thing that morning to tell him she had “a very sensitive matter” that had to be discussed face to face. McGahn agreed to meet with Yates later that afternoon.

Thursday January 26th – (afternoonSally Yates traveled to the White House along with a senior member of the DOJ’s National Security Division, Bill Priestap, who was overseeing the matter.  This was Yates’ first meeting with McGahn in his office, which also acts as a sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF).

Yates said she began their meeting by laying out the media accounts and media statements made by Vice President Mike Pence and other high-ranking White House officials about General Flynn’s activity “that we knew not to be the truth.

According to Sally Yates testimony, she and Bill Priestap reportedly presented all the information to McGahn so the White House could take action that they deemed appropriate.  When asked by McGahn if Flynn should be fired, Yates answered, “that really wasn’t our call.”

Yates also said her decision to notify the White House counsel had been discussed “at great length.”  According to her testimony: “Certainly leading up to our notification on the 26th, it was a topic of a whole lot of discussion in DOJ and with other members of the intel community.”

Friday January 27th – (morning)  White House Counsel Don McGahn called Yates in the morning and asked if she could come back to his office.

Friday January 27th – (late afternoon) According to her testimony, Sally Yates returned to the White House late that afternoon.  One of McGahn’s topics discussed was whether Flynn could be prosecuted for his conduct.

Specifically, according to Yates, one of the questions McGahn asked Yates was, “Why does it matter to DOJ if one White House official lies to another?” She explained that it “was a whole lot more than that,” and reviewed the same issues outlined the prior day.

McGahn expressed his concern that taking action might interfere with the FBI investigation of Flynn, and Yates said it wouldn’t. “It wouldn’t really be fair of us to tell you this and then expect you to sit on your hands,” Yates had told McGahn.

McGahn asked if he could look at the underlying evidence of Flynn’s conduct, and she said they would work with the FBI over the weekend and “get back with him on Monday morning.”

Friday January 27th – (evening) In what appears to be only a few hours later, President Trump is having dinner with FBI Director James Comey where President Trump asked if he was under investigation.

Now, accepting the politicization of the entire Russian Conspiracy Narrative that was leading the headlines for the two months prior to this dinner; and knowing moments earlier your Chief White House counsel informs you that two political operatives (Yates and Priestap) within the DOJ were providing classified intelligence reports about General Flynn; and knowing the prior months (Nov/Dec/Jan) were fraught with leaks from intelligence reports identical to those discussed;  wouldn’t you perhaps think that any action you take could be utilized to add fuel to this Russian narrative?  And/Or be used by these same leak facilitators to make something seem like something it is not?

Think about it.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has charged Flynn (full pdf below) with falsely telling FBI agents that he did not ask the ambassador “to refrain from escalating the situation” in response to the sanctions.

According to the plea, while being questioned by FBI agents on January 24, 2017, Flynn also lied when he claimed he could not recall a subsequent conversation with Kislyak, in which the ambassador told Flynn that the Putin regime had “chosen to moderate its response to those sanctions as a result of [Flynn’s] request.”

Furthermore, a week before the sanctions were imposed, Flynn had also spoken to Kislyak, asking the ambassador to delay or defeat a vote on a pending United Nations resolution. The criminal information charges that Flynn lied to the FBI by denying both that he’d made this request and that he’d spoken afterward with Kislyak about Russia’s response to it.

There was nothing wrong with the incoming national-security adviser’s having meetings with foreign counterparts or discussing such matters as the sanctions in those meetings. However, lying to the FBI is the process crime that has led to Flynn’s admissions herein:

As we have shared from the beginning – this is all about DC politics, not judicial crimes in the same vein as everyone else would be charged.

You cannot view the current action through the transactional prism of modern judicial proceedings as they relate to you and me. These are political struggles taking place inside the venue of the legal system. The players use the legal system to game out the optics and narrative of political battles for ideological wins and losses.

In essence, this is about leverage for political use.

Nothing about the current dynamic is factually encompassing President Trump; it is all about optics, narratives and political leverage. However, everything about this dynamic is factually encompassing the existential threat that outsider Trump represents to the established way of life in the DC Swamp.

Again, if you drop the legal prism and review everything from the perspective of gaining or losing political leverage it all makes sense.

♦Here’s my Twitter Thread on “WHY FLYNN LIED” – CLICK HERE


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712 Responses to Good Grief – Fired FBI Investigator Was The Person Who Interviewed Flynn…

  1. The Boss says:

    You think the Deep State is making sure Hillary NEVER is a presidential candidate again? They leak the info on Strzok, then “update” with leaks that Strzok changed wording to avoid exactly matching requisite behavior for mishandling classified material. Viola!!! We heard it tonight.
    “If true, this is troubling. It may require reopening the entire email investigation”.
    Hillary is toast no matter what. Bye bitch!

    Liked by 10 people

    • Firefly says:

      My observation of the higher echelons in the government is that there are waring factions. The corruption throughout the government is profound. Mixed in the waring corrupt factions are a few basically honest people trying to do their jobs.

      If Mueller gang get President Trump the fear will permeate the entire country. That’s what they want and why they are so brazen. As a whistleblower, I know if Mueller gang is successful that President Trump will be used to terrorize our country that they can get anyone for anything. I just watched a Judge Pirouette on Hannity and she is rattled – not her normal fiesty demeanor.


  2. Regina says:

    Liked by 17 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      Why would Strzok preserve the e-mails if he is attempting to cover up U-1 ?

      Not following.


      • All Too Much says:

        He had to, or someone in his office had to.
        Standard protocol in any state/federal investigation, as well as civil litigation.
        If he had not issued the letter, it could lead to suspicion.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Regina says:

        Wanted to know everything to hide? Get copies of everything and then redact redact redact
        The more I think about this, I think all these efforts were as much to Bury information as to find something against Trump. They had a lot to hide – panic response

        Liked by 4 people

  3. One other thing – the push to morph this into an obstruction of justice case is the metaphorical equivalent of a lottery ticket for the deep state. They don’t really expect to win, but heck, you never know! In light of the Strzok revelations it is laughable. The deep state had its operatives – both those pushing it (e.g., Feinstein and Blumenthal) and those taking it seriously (Andrew McCarthy and Bolton) working to see if it will sprout legs and keep this farce going, The worst thing you could do is to take it seriously – Strzok is the preferred rejoinder to anyone bringing up garbage like that, said with a loud chuckle!

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  4. trapper says:

    Doesn’t this agent’s involvement with the dossier call into question the entire investigation and all its processes? Did he testify before the grand jury? Were any affidavits signed by him used to obtain search warrants? Since he was the agent who questioned Flynn, at this point I am not prepared to accept his assertion that Flynn lied to him. The other agent needs to be questioned on this. Everything this guy touched is now tainted.

    My current answer to the question “Why would Flynn lie?” is: perhaps he didn’t. From a law enforcement perspective, “train wreck” is indeed the correct descriptor for this all.

    Liked by 14 people

  5. zephyrbreeze says:

    Heard that this is not how they use dominoes to get people to flip. They charge the person who is very guilty with lots of crimes, and then get a better deal on the sentencing based on the cooperation in exposing other people.

    Sybil Edmunds interview with Kate Dalley today, explaining lots of reasons that Mueller is out to get Flynn. Edmunds runs a whistleblower organization with connections to 150 whistleblowers from the FBI, CIA, NSA – and she says Flynn is one of the good guys.

    Fast forward through commercials.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Sibel starts at 10:00.


      • Bull Durham says:

        She starts on Flynn at 24:50

        Liked by 1 person

      • navysquid says:

        LTG Flynn is a good guy having worked in and around him during his tenure at the DIA while I was overseas (Disclaimer). He is a white hat patriot and wants nothing more than to see MAGA…To me this is nothing more than a process crime of lying to the FBI and like anything the liberals touch they want to turn this into a major scandal with the appearance of impropriety.

        Liked by 3 people

    • rashamon says:

      It IS the Gulen connection that got Gen. Flynn into trouble with the Clintons and Obama. Why did Hillary and Bill let him stay after he supposedly came into the U.S. for medical treatment? Why did they let him set up all his schools AND dozens of subsidiary businesses that supposedly support his schools? Why his huge compound? Why all the praise by Bill? Why, why, why? An inquiring public wants to know. Did Obama want to be head of his own Caliphate while HIllary ad Bill ran the rest of the world?

      Liked by 3 people

  6. zephyrbreeze says:

    Harry S Truman wrote during his presidency: “We want no Gestapo or secret police. FBI is tending in that direction. They are dabbling in sex-life scandals and plain blackmail… Edgar Hoover would give his right eye to take over, and all congressmen and senators are afraid of him.”

    Liked by 8 people

  7. zephyrbreeze says:

    Our enemies are no doubt loving this – that we as a nation are convulsing over this, especially DC is convulsing.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. You can not I unring the bell. Flynn alocuted to the charge.


    • As to the rest of this mess. I am having a hard time with the daily charges, leaks info.


    • trapper says:

      Oh yes you can, if it was all built upon false statements by the investigating agent. This isn’t over. It’s just beginning. Convictions based upon false confessions and allocutions can be overturned.

      Liked by 9 people

    • nottakingthisanymore, I am no legal expert but if the FBI lied to Flynn about something that made him agree to the plea bargain then it could be entrapment and thus not valid? Maybe a real attorney on one of the branch can enlighten us all.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Where does Flynn now go to get his life, reputation and financial losses restored?


        • Christine says:

          General Flynn will be in the witness box for the Prosecution, granted full indemnity, testifying to the vast scope of endemic disgraceful corruption of the Clintons, Obama + his Administration, DNC and RINOs (including Senator McCain).

          In concert with Special Prosecutor Mueller + AG Sessions, General Flynn – the ultimate patriot – will be critical in putting the entire lot behind bars.

          Once the dust settles it will become clear General Flynn sacrificed himself to protect President Trump and the Republic as a whole, deliberately lying to the corrupt FBI without a lawyer present, about an issue that was entirely legal.

          The “lying” charge is like a jaywalking ticket. President Trump will pardon General Flynn, hail him as a hero, award him the country’s highest honour, and restore his life, reputation + financial losses.

          Remember, President Trump is playing 5D chess, with General Flynn one of his key loyal players.

          Can’t wait for the axe to finally fall on the corrupt Clinton cabal. Oceans will rise with the salty tears of Libtards!

          Liked by 3 people

        • Annie says:

          I think a lot of people would contribute something towards his legal fees..I know I will.I know there is a fund site..have no idea how much has been contributed does not say.


    • Kim says:

      I have heard that Gen. Flynn can change his plea up until he is sentenced. This corruption changes everything. FBI not able to do their job objectively. It’s a clean up of the previous Obama Admin crime at the people’s and President Trump’s expense on so many levels! They have also been simultaneously helping the Global Communists overthrow a duly elected President.

      Not faithful servants of the US Constitution or the will of the people. FBI agency must be disbanded and all employees fired.

      No other recourse, in my opinion.

      Liked by 2 people

    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Can’t they choose not to prosecute?


  9. Steven Hitt says:

    How long is Trump going to tolerate all the bullshit going on?????? Don’t we have a country to run and straighten out??

    Liked by 6 people

    • sickconservative says:

      The swamp is really deep so will take some time, we are starting to see some leaks at least.
      Like you I am waiting for the big flush that is needed.


    • William Friday Buckley's Ghost says:

      Exactly! Fire Sessions and move Acosta into the AG position. Then fire Mueller, Rosey and McCabe. We have a country that it’s dire need of presidential leadership instead of playing games with a cabal of crooks, traitors and fools!

      Liked by 1 person

    • He is taking care of business. Winning over hearts in Utah, getting Congress to do something towards a tax bill. I don’t see his hands tied.

      Liked by 2 people

    • snarkybeach says:

      PDJT is probably waiting for the perfect moment to spring the trap, summer 2018 perhaps?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Orygun says:

        The continuation of our progress thus far depends on the 2018 election and I believe that is his focal point. We need to get control of the governing bodies before we can really change the embedded communists and Islamists that are drawing paychecks and doing everything in their power to stop us.

        This will mean some legislation from our Congress that is still in the hands of the bought and paid for.

        Liked by 4 people

  10. Publius2016 says:

    Seth Rich May have met Storzek…that is a not a face to meet in the middle of the night.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Citizens may have had the right idea in the 1950’s. This page out of a Driver’s Handbook is real.
    No darn Government was going to tell them what to do! Ha Ha…

    Liked by 5 people

  12. StanH says:

    Just wow! This is an incredible affront on We the People. These jerks are playing with fire. The swamp is trying to set aside the 2016 election with this canard. This is how countries wind up in Revolution. Even though I expect Washington to be corrupt, this is obscene, again…wow!

    Liked by 4 people

  13. TwoLaine says:

    He’s also apparently the guy that threatened the Uranium One whistle blower, per the whistle blowers attorney on Hannity tonight..

    Liked by 5 people

  14. The findings of the Inspector General go to Congress and the Attorney General who I assume is Rod Rosenstein since it is Clinton/Russia related.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. waltherppk says:

    Dan Coats (front) is Trump’s DNI (who replaced Clapper). Dan Coats knows the whole story on
    Rod Rosenstein and Andrew McCabe.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. The guy Stryzok can’t possibly have done all of these things himself with no assistance and no one else involved. Just not believable. As if Mueller had no idea he was a Trump hater…that’s why he was hired for god’s sake. Along with every one else he hired . Stryzok probably works for the Russians.

    Liked by 10 people

    • sundance says:

      Liked by 11 people

      • Who is this guy Strzok….this is really weird. Why would only this one person be involved in all of these cases. Someone had to do some deep research into this guy. There has to be much more to this story.

        Liked by 6 people

      • lastinillinois says:

        And Cheryl Mills now!!!

        Is there ANYTHING that Agent Strzok has NOT done ?!?!

        He is turning into a combination of ‘the legend of Chuck Norris’ and Zelig (he pops up everywhere!)

        “Agent Strzok doesn’t do push-ups,
        He pushes the world down.”

        “Agent Strzok in 1948 stumbled upon a deserted island of Amazon women and made love to them all. They bore his children, and in 1972 the children completed the only undefeated season in NFL history.”

        Liked by 7 people

        • Lawrence says:

          He’s the Most Interesting Man in the WORLD!

          Liked by 5 people

        • BigMamaTEA says:



        • Kintbury54 says:

          Let me see if I can remember all of it. He was involved in the Clinton e-mail investigation.
          The dossier. The russian investigation. He also threatened the Uranium 1 whistlelblower.
          He interviewed Flynn. He interviewed and Clinton and did not put her under oath, did not record the conversation and did not take notes. He was the one who changed the wording of gross negligence to extreme carelessness. He interviewed Cheryl Mlls and Huma Abedeen and also gave everyone immunity before he had even interviewed them. Of course it is convenient that he gets to run all this different investigations. Obviously not by chance. I am sure all agents are not willing to break the law so they use the willing donkey. This is the only explanation I can think of for him to be everywhere like the Scarlet Pimpernell.


      • Watcher says:

        Speaking of the Wiener family, who from the FBI investigated huma’s laptop?
        It looks like NYPD did and let the FBI know they knew. Then Rudys October surprise.

        Liked by 1 person

        • phoenixRising says:

          narativ dot org is a propaganda site – it attacks anything Republican.

          I don’t believe a single statement in the false ‘narrative’


        • Christine says:

          Several weeks ago, FBIAnon on /pol/ confirmed that a year ago, NYPD handed over a complete copy of Weiner’s laptop with its 350,000 emails to Wikileaks, before handing the laptop to the FBI (knowing the FBI under Comey was corrupt and would destroy/bury all incriminating emails – of which there are at least 20,000).

          Julian Assange has everything. President Trump knows this, and knows that Assange will release everything, sinking the entire corrupt Clinton cabal, if Special Prosecutor Mueller doesn’t.

          Liked by 5 people

          • Christine says:

            EDIT: 650,000 emails recovered from Weiner’s laptop, many of which directly tie Hillary’s dirty dealings with Middle East groups, funnelling $hundreds of millions through the Clinton Foundation.

            (Remember, Saudi Prince bin Salman has just taken down Prince bin Talal, 10th richest in the world and one of the most corrupt donors to the Clintons, Democrats and Republicans for 20 yearx).

            Excellent summary here from /pol/.


          • BigMamaTEA says:



      • Tejas Rob says:

        WTF!!!!!!!!!! This is unbelievable.

        Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        Those were scheduled lunches from the looks of it. Mills also attended Hillary’s inquiry. Lunch.

        Liked by 2 people

      • woohoowee says:



      • Searkreb says:

        Who gave all the immunity to Hillary’s email crew? And who smashed all the evidence?


  17. Regina says:


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  18. The one thing that no one can predict is Trump’s reaction. That is the wild card and what makes this a very dangerous game, Mueller et all will want this all wrapped up nice and neat but to do that it will have to fully exonerate Trump, and even that may not be enough.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. deplorable says:

    “Agent Strzok was removed from the Mueller Team after the anti-Trump/pro-Clinton content of his internal communications were discovered by the current Inspector General investigation …”

    So it was the Inspector General investigation, not Mueller, who found Strzok to have huge conflicts of interest? Mueller was going to keep him on as part of the investigation?

    Liked by 4 people

  20. ezpz2 says:

    Two words:

    Malicious Prosecution!

    Both Manafort and Flynn should file such a suit. Throw in civil rights violations, entrapment, persecution.

    They should recoup for damages both to their (especially Flynn’s) finances, and emotional distress – torture actually. I can’t even imagine…

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  21. nonniemae says:

    If only Gen. Flynn had waited two days before he took the plea deal.


  22. TeaForAll says:

    Rudy as SP .Lock them all up. I am sick of DC and all the corrupt officials
    Time is of the essence, and the Rule of Law.
    Obama and Clinton should be in prison

    Liked by 1 person

  23. georgiafl says:

    This is a very good twitter series on the current topic:

    (Thread reader version:

    Liked by 1 person

    • MM says:

      This guy was banned earlier today @nameredacted4. Last week his tweeter was @insertnewname. I’ve been following him on tweeter for a long time so he must be over target he keeps getting banned!

      Liked by 3 people

    • georgiafl says:

      Inside that series is this one – #10 is one to consider:

      (Reader version:

      Liked by 2 people

      • MM says:

        Yes Rising Serpent is also a good account to follow. He’s fairly new to twitter but puts out some interesting threads.

        Liked by 1 person

      • georgiafl says:

        Here’s another thread by Rising Serpent:

        Man, there’s good stuff in this twitter feed.

        Liked by 1 person

        • MM says:

          Follow these 2 guys name redacted and rising serpent if you have time. They always give me food for thought.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Kaco says:


          I never heard of these twitter accounts before, are they new? I don’t think anyone mentioned them before the election or even after, this is the first I’ve heard of them. Hope they’re not CIA disinformation accounts or some such. Just take it with a grain of salt. I am a little suspicious of some of the twitters of those who seem to know so much and a sudden rise in popularity.

          Liked by 1 person

          • georgiafl says:

            Good points well taken.

            Sundance has gotten on the Twitter series bandwagon and has put out some doozies! Fact-based ones. AND – since doing so – the followers here at CTH have increased a couple of thousand in short order. Hope the new followers are good guys, not anti-Trump operatives. It’s amazing that CTH has not suffered more cyber attacks than it has.


            • Kaco says:

              They’ve got good moderators, that’s for sure!

              I’ve read through some of these new twitter account postings that you all had linked to here, seem to be pretty good analysis on these, though!


    • NYGuy54 says:

      These are all very good. The beginning of the storm.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Christine says:

      Great find, Georgia!

      Another great one to follow is Imperator Rex.

      Liked by 2 people

    • WSB says:

      Here’s number 49.

      “49. Addendum: strong rumors Erik Prince, who was also part of trump NATSEC team was present for Rogers briefing. Dig into Academi, & Constellis. Look at board member & what they do. @duckduckgo search col lee van arsdale & triple canopy.”

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  24. Tejas Rob says:

    Something I noticed in Flynn’s allocation paper posted by Sundance.

    on or about December 29, 2016, FLYNN called a senior official of the Presidential Transition
    Team ( PIT official”), who was with other senior ·members of the Presidential Transition
    Team at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, to discuss what, if anything, to
    communicate to the Russian Ambassador about the U.S. Sanctions. On that call, FLYNN
    and the PTI official discussed the U.S. Sanctions, including the potential impact of those sanctions
    on the incoming administration’s foreign policy goals. The P’IT official and FLYNN also
    discussed that the members of the Presidential Transition Team at Mar-a-Lago did not
    want Russia to escalate the situation

    Just how in the hell did they know about this phone call and what was discussed unless they were taping phones?

    Liked by 2 people

    • MM says:

      They must have ESP, just amazing huh? I can’t believe they thought they would get by with this nonsense! The more they talk the more they tell on themselves. One lie leads to another!

      Liked by 1 person

    • patternpuzzler says:

      Could the FISA warrant have had something to do with this perhaps?

      Liked by 1 person

      • MM says:

        We will soon learn the FISA warrant was issued based on the false Steele report. The FISA warrant was given based on false evidence. We should not extend the 702 until it’s been reworked to stop this from ever happening again. These men must go to prison for life!

        Liked by 2 people

        • patternpuzzler says:

          I knew the FISA warrant was based on the Steele report – I was surmising that the surveiled phone calls were “authorized” under the FISA report. Lots of info tho; I could be way off base…

          Liked by 1 person

  25. In Az says:

    If I typed what I want to say the comment would be deleted by Ad Rem.

    How does President Trump deal with these rotting piles of excrement Marxists and their BS tactics….every…..single…


    Liked by 2 people

  26. David Goodspeed says:



  27. nonniemae says:

    Strzok has an earpiece in the photo with Mueller posted by Sundance. Would it normal procedure for an FBI agent to wear an earpiece?


  28. youme says:

    Flynn should withdraw his plea. Certainly doable with what came out the last few days. Also, Flynn should have been given his miranda warnings by the FBI

    See related court case:

    Miranda Warning Required Where FBI Interviewed Suspect at Place of Employment
    U.S. v. Laurita (2014)

    The Nebraska District Court has suppressed statements made by a defendant to FBI agents after he was interrogated at his workplace and the FBI agents set up a ruse in which the defendant admitted to the lesser of two accused crimes.

    In Laurita, the defendant was led to a workplace conference room by his supervisor, only being told that he need to be spoken to. FBI agents awaited him in the conference room. They first told the defendant that they had executed a search warrant on his home earlier in the day, looking for evidence of child pornography. One agent then told the defendant that they were investigating child pornography, but also had some concerns about the defendant abusing two children of a woman he had been involved with.

    Right now I don’t expect anything out of Flynn. I always thought he should have sued the government for leaking his name. We would have found out much more about what went down a while ago.

    I think Flynn has very poor representation with the lawyer he employed.

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  29. rf121 says:

    Stryzok may know a lot.

    1. Who shot JFK?
    2. Where is DB Cooper?
    3. Who killed Seth Rich?
    4. Who was playing on Epsteins Island?

    This guy may suffer a case of Arknside at this point.


  30. “SARA CARTER – A supervisory special agent who is now under scrutiny after being removed from Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s Office for alleged bias against President Trump also oversaw the bureau’s interviews of embattled former National Security advisor Michael Flynn, this reporter has learned.” Not thee Carter always on Hannity?


  31. georgiafl says:

    AG Sessions opens door to possible investigation of Holder and Lynch shenanigans at DOJ.



  32. marywilbur says:

    Did Strzok interview Seth Rich?


  33. PatriotKate says:

    Remember when Michelle Bachman said this way back in 2009?

    Liked by 3 people

  34. Phenomenal. Coming to TCTH is like a fresh shower of truth, integrity and hope, to wash away the filth of the swamp from daily life.

    Liked by 4 people

  35. ray76 says:

    “Why is Robert Mueller even investigating the presidential transition?”

    Flynn was interviewed AFTER the inauguration, Jan 24 2017.

    Liked by 5 people

  36. bofh says:

    Something that troubles me, and comes under the category of “do not underestimate your enemy”: Strzok appears to be a key to much of the deep-state crime that has been going on for the last several years. His extramarital activity and his political loud-mouthing have brought his actions into the spotlight for all to see. Why would his owners permit that? Or, to put it bluntly, how come he’s still alive since all of this started to break 3 or 4 months ago?

    Liked by 2 people

  37. GetReal says:

    The House is reportedly preparing to hold DOJ in Contempt of Congress for failing to respond to lawful subpoenas for documents. No executive branch agency has ever been held in contempt of congress when they are of the same party. If that doesn’t get Sessions fired I don’t know what would.


    • phoenixRising says:

      The mutiny i within the Department, within the FBI actually. I don’t see how that would get Sessions “fired” – only the President can remove him.


      Speaking of Sessions… I visited the DOJ website yesterday to gather some info. While there I checked out some of Sessions’ press releases. I returned tonight and found the following statement he made before House Judiciary Committee.

      About midway through Sessions’ statement is this – I wish I knew to “bold” – anyway you Treepers are smart cookies, you’ll find the interesting bits.

      “… In response to letters from this committee and others, I have directed senior federal prosecutors to make recommendations as to whether any matters not currently under investigation should be opened, whether any matters currently under investigation require further resources, or whether any matters merit the appointment of a Special Counsel.

      And, as you are also aware, the Department’s Inspector General has an active review of allegations that FBI policies and procedures were not followed last year in a number of these matters you have raised.

      And we will make such decisions without regard to politics, ideology, or bias.

      As many of you know, the Department has a long-standing policy not to confirm or deny the existence of investigations. This policy can be frustrating, especially when there is great public concern or interest about a particular matter. But it enhances justice when we act under the law and with professional discipline.

      This policy necessarily precludes any discussion on what cases I may be recused from because to do so would confirm existence of an underlying investigation. To the extent a matter comes to the attention of my office that may warrant consideration of recusal, I review the issue and consult with the appropriate Department ethics officials.”


  38. From Q Anon:
    Who is Melissa Hodgman?
    Date of promotion?
    Focus on the date.

    During the 2016 US presidential election, this report notes, both Peter P. Strzok II and Melissa R. Hodgman played “key/central” roles as Hillary Clinton operatives within the American “Deep State”—with then FBI Director James Comey stating that his team, led by Peter P. Strzok II, “moved heaven and earth” to finish their review of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails in time for him to reveal on Sunday, 7 November, less than 48 hours before the election, and that they had found nothing incriminating—while at the same time, Melissa R. Hodgman (who had been appointed by the Obama regime as an Associate Director in the SEC Enforcement Division on 14 October 2016) filed US Federal charges against a lawyer named William Uchimoto (the son of Dan Uchimoto who was one of the most decorated Japanese American soldiers in World War II).
    The Hillary Clinton “Deep State” attack upon William Uchimoto, this report explains, was due to his investigating a Georgetown University law professor named Chris Bummer for his money laundering ties to the Clinton Foundation—but with all of the “fake charges” leveled against him by Melissa R. Hodgman being thrown out of court by US Federal Judge P. Kevin Castel this past March (2017).

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  39. marywilbur says:

    I love you all more than you will ever know. You are the light shining through the dark night. You are the best.

    Liked by 4 people

  40. georgiafl says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • In Az says:

      No shiit Sherlock. Everyone knows Mueller stacked the deck with pro Clinton and anti Trump Marxists.

      Liked by 2 people

      • bofh says:

        It’s almost as though he constructed an echo-chamber that was inevitably destined to self-destruct from pride, arrogance, true-believing, and inability to shut up (plus a dash of marital infidelity)?


    • POP says:

      They will think there is nothing even slightly unusual about their anti Trump prejudices / hatred and their participation in a political investigation of the object of their disdain.

      Mueller picked Trump hating lawyers for his prosecution team, so we should expect what else?
      The Administrative State in all its glory.

      Liked by 1 person

  41. In Az says:

    The federal government is officially Tyrannical.

    Liked by 2 people

  42. pmdea says:

    Isaiah 5.20 – Woe (judgment is coming) to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness; Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!

    Liked by 4 people

  43. Payday says:

    It appears Nunes is bringing up contempt of Congress charges against Rosenstein. I’m not a lawyer, but doesn’t that provide the just cause Sessions needs to fire him? Then get someone in to shut down Mueller.


  44. Solomonpal says:

    Oh yeah and Agent Strzok had an extramarital affair with agent ? Just sayin there may have been pillow talk.


  45. distracted2 says:

    I did not think it possible I could be more sickened by what Obama, the Clintons, the DOJ, CIA and FBI has done to this country.

    I was wrong.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. freq says:

    no big surprises here… eventually, the truth will come out…


  47. Charlotte says:

    Did you know:
    Bill Clinton fired an FBI director (Sessions) 2 decades before Trump? 19th July 1993
    A day before Vince Foster was suicided-20 July 1993
    I don’t think it was a coincidence


    Even Snopes says it was the day before Foster was ̶s̶u̶i̶c̶i̶d̶e̶d̶ died


  48. Donna in Oregon says:

    Someone should have the presence of mind to file a lawsuit against the convicts saying that proof that violent crimes were not committed.

    Just saying…..two can play the injunction game, eh?

    Liked by 1 person

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