Strategic Omnidirectional MAGA-Winning is Ongoing…

Don’t be so caught up watching the granules moving at your feet that you fail to step back and recognize the entire landscape is shifting.  It Has Begun… and there’s so much of it, it’s hard to believe it is just another Wednesday.

When candidate Donald Trump said:“and we will win, and you will win, and we will keep on winning, and eventually you will say we can’t take all of this winning, …please Mr. Trump …and I will say, NO, we will win, and we will keep on winning”, I can guarantee you there was only one person who comprehensively understood what the heck he was talking about; and it wasn’t anyone in the audience.

B-R-E-A-T-H-E and look around; and I don’t say that to by sycophantic about what’s happening.  CTH shares a mental sorbet in an attempt to reset the perspective. After all, it can be so exhausting keeping up with POTUS winning, we might miss some.

In the past week, President Trump has held three full cabinet meetings.  Why?  Because common sense would tell us he’s executing an omnidirectional strategic agenda-push, and direct communication is critical.

♦ Tomorrow FBI Director Christopher Wray is going to testify to the House Judiciary Committee.   The MAGA-allies in the House are positioned to bring all of the issues surrounding the FBI and DOJ ‘Black Hat’ management to the forefront.

Last weekend’s FBI leaks to the New York Times and Washington Post were specifically timed because the Department of Justice Inspector General is about to drop a years-long investigative MOAB bombshell into the DC swamp.  The indications are so extensive that it’s become impossible to keep up with the ongoing ramifications – which are playing out on TV and media almost hourly.

Deputy Head of Counterintelligence – FBI Agent Peter Strzok was the lead FBI agent in charge of the 2015/2016 Hillary Clinton email investigation. •Agent Strzok was one of a small group who actually interviewed Hillary Clinton. •Agent Strzok was also the person who interviewed Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, granting them immunity. •Agent Strzok created the wording for the Comey/Clinton exoneration

•Strzok was the counterintelligence investigator for the 2016 ‘vast Russian conspiracy’, narrative. •Agent Strzok was also the FBI contact person to receive the Russian Dossier and interview the author Christopher Steele.

•Agent Peter Strzok was then hired by Robert Mueller to lead the FBI investigative efforts into  the “Russian Election Collusion/Conspiracy.” •Agent Strzok was the person who interviewed National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

•Agent Strzok was then removed from the Mueller Team after the anti-Trump/pro-Clinton content of his internal communications were discovered by the ongoing Inspector General investigation.

FBI Agent Peter Strzok is representative of a much bigger issue.  There are dozens of high-level officials about to be knocked out of their Corinthian Leather high-backs.  That’s coming this month (DEC).  Additionally, for each of those officials, there’s a host of mutually aligned political staffers/operatives in the FBI and DOJ who are going to get swept out amid the deluge. That follows in January.  [No one wants to fire the staff just prior to the holidays… But the usurping Managers, who cares? Take their coats.]

Using the Inspector General report, Admiral Mike Rogers (NSA), Dan Coates (ODNI), Christopher Wray (FBI) and Jeff Sessions (DOJ) appear fully positioned to execute a planned, strategic and comprehensive removal of most ‘black hat’ IC leakers.

♦Here’s CTH Thread on “IG STATEMENT IMPORTANCE” – SEE HERE

♦Here’s CTH Thread on “DEEP STATE FBI/DOJ” – SEE HERE

♦ On the trade forefront President Trump, Secretary Wilbur Ross and USTR Robert Lighthizer appear to have strategically positioned the U.S. on NAFTA.   My spidey senses are telling me: we’re pulling out.

A key part of trade-policy-shifting involves getting political allies fully briefed on what the big picture is.  When taking a significant change in approach those who hold significant interest, like Senate Chairman Chuck Grassley, need to be respected and informed.

Winning.

♦ On the foreign policy stage, the shift to recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel is immensely strategic.   Y’all know what President Trump just did… he just positioned himself, and Israel, for maximum leverage in the ongoing Arab-Israeli peace negotiations.

If the Palestinians and Muslim Brotherhood go bananas over the pending move of the U.S. Embassy – the location of that embassy just gains increased value in negotiations.  In exchange for “X” the embassy is “Y”, that leverage was just created out of political thin air.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Europe discussing policy with NATO countries and Vice-President Mike Pence is headed to Israel this weekend.

♦Meanwhile, the U.S. economy is surging, and all of the high visibility activity is keeping the media busy and providing political cover for the Tax Conference Committee:

Traditionally, politicians have trained the media and general electorate to think of a President that focuses on one single policy initiative at a time.  However, specifically because he’s not a politician, the approach of President Trump is to have multiple policy initiatives advancing simultaneously.

The opposition is forced to narrow their focus and target one if they wish to try and stop it.  However, as soon as they zero-in on one endeavor they want to attack, Trump fires out another signal flare (twitter), which takes them off task.

It’s a stunning playbook.

Normally we think in terms of the media taking the Presidency off-message.  However, for the first time in our lifetime we have a Presidency that is actually adept at keeping the media off message.   How’s that for a paradigm shift.

Oh, yeah… and it’s only Wednesday.

Carry on…

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419 Responses to Strategic Omnidirectional MAGA-Winning is Ongoing…

  1. Sandra-VA says:

    Sundance, THANK YOU! ❤

    I don't know what I would have done without CTH as a calming, centering place of knowledge, discourse and fellow MAGA peeps. It has been a roller coaster the past 2 plus years… and being here kept me from having many heart attacks 😀

    This President is just the most amazing workhorse to have EVER held the position. I don't know how he does it, but he sure puts all those in recent memory to shame.

    He is definitely keeping his campaign promises PLUS setting the World to rights. Winning every day!

    I really am starting to believe that there will be a purge of the deep state/swamp. I really think it is going to happen! So many are now beginning to openly agree that there is something stinky in the DC quagmire. Cannot wait to see it all unfold…

    God bless President Trump! (and Sundance and fellow Treepers!) oh and MERRY Christmas!

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    • Big Jake says:

      CTH has kept me from cliff-jumping many times.

      Still don’t get the DHS Secretary nomination though. She’s the worst possible pick that’s not a Bush.

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      • Ray F. says:

        If she’s not there to succeed… She’s there to FAIL. Pretty sure President Trump selected her to bollix the amnesty-pushers, i.e., gave them a nice, long rope with which to hang themselves. He can keep a weather eye on her, rein her in from doing any REAL damage, and reap the benefits of having his finger on the “OFF” switch whenever he decides it’s time for her to go. =^[.]^=

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Sometimes people appear bad, b/c they do what bad bosses told them to do. If they did it very well they look very bad. But they could do good as well or better for a good boss. I think PDJT is very good at finding such people.

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        • Maquis says:

          PDJT sees people as no other, and makes allies, competent righteous allies, out of people we’d be disposed to view as his enemies. He keeps opening the door for Congress to do right and join MAGA, and someday that particular tide will turn and our President will allow those we ourselves would have given up on to ride the MAGA train without rancor.

          Not that this patience is eternal nor that he is not keenly aware of their faults, he just seems to make the best out of the human capital afforded him, in ways I suspect even the beneficiaries of which cannot fathom how he succeeded in winning their devotion to MAGA.

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        • Ed says:

          Nikki Haley comes to mind…

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      • candofeminist says:

        Project Mockingbird. Keeping the MSM “off message” means he is keeping the CIA “off message”.The Swamp runs deep there. Look up CIA Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (super computers) project as well as the MKUltra project. And who would know about CIA covert operations and would make an excellent counterspy? Eric Prince (founder Blackwater) just happens to have a sister named Betsy DeVos sitting in Trump’s Cabinet and reporting directly to him. DeVos has had her share of conservative shade thrown at her. Maybe there is a REASON for his DHS pick.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      We all owe a great deal to this site for updated information, clear thinking as well as clear suppositions to keep us informed. Pres. Trump is an anomaly to so many and they just can’t get a grip on the man, his mind and his moves. Can’t accept that a man who is not a politician is more politic than any of them! Thus, they blunder, spout hatred, fake news, and false accusations because that is all they have in their armory. Not enough and we keep winning. Yes, we will all have a very merry Christmas with the reason for the season and that means thanking Pres. Trump. AND just think of more presents to come yet and be under the Christmas tree for all of us.

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    • michaelonoo says:

      Hope it happens this way

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    • michaelonoo says:

      Hope it happens this way

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    • ZC says:

      I KNOW!!! It’s just awesome to watch. And, I too very much appreciate the in-depth reporting on this website. When bombarded by a lot of muck, I then come here to get a better idea of what is important and what’s really going on.

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    • Shulamite says:

      ‘This President is just the most amazing workhorse to have EVER held the position. I don’t know how he does it..’

      ANSWER- the anointing of God on him for this purpose for such a time as this. Elijah had it, he walked 40days & nights thru the desert to his destiny on mt. horeb (1kings 19:8)

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    • Bud Klatsch says:

      Not sure why I can’t ‘like’ a comment such as yours? But I can reply ‘like”????

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      I will never forget the comfort I found here after every single debate–primary and general. Sundance was lightning quick to post poll results as to whom had won.

      As we know, our President won every single contest, no matter how hard the likes of Megyn Kelly, et al, tried to box him in and force him to fail. Turns out he did the boxing. He boxed everybody’s ears, every single debate and he did it with humor and truth.

      If I’d only had the post-debate drivel, bull and horse manure coming from MSM hand wringing, idiotic talking heads, I would have been very depressed. The Lord, Donald Trump and sundance kept us all on track. Thanks, y’all.

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    • candofeminist says:

      Project Mockingbird. Keeping the MSM “off message” means he is keeping the CIA “off message”.

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  2. Ziiggii says:

    AAAANNNDDDD, we get to look forward to this from Carter:

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Yes! It’s going to happen! Soon!

      Liked by 9 people

    • WSB says:

      Based on the timelines we have recently seen, I am beginning to think the ‘interview’ that Peter Strzok had with Hillary and her legal team was to review Comey’s talking points and to alter the descriptors that were eventually read that next week.

      Hillary and Cheryl Mills probably blessed the final version that Comey read.

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      • farmhand1927 says:

        Sure seems you’re spot on, WSB. There is a reason that meeting with Hillary was held casually in her home and no record was kept of the meeting.

        If the FBI wants to interview any of we commoners, they aren’t going to schedule a relaxing visit at our home on the Fourth of July over lemonade and cookies. If they wanted to interview us, the session would be recorded, transcribed and put in our file. Also, given the reason she was to be interviewed–national security breaches, deliberate destruction of evidence and devices–if it were any of us, Comey himself would have conducted the questioning. Under hot lights with armed personnel keeping an eye on us.

        Our government owes us complete investigation, disclosure and no holes barred when it comes to indictments and prosecutions. These crimes must be followed all the way up the chain of command and BHO needs to be held as accountable as all his ’employees’ who unmasked, smashed phones with hammers, sold uranium, deleted emails and ignored the Aman brothers hacking Congressional computers. These serve as the warm up act.

        It was Obama’s DOJ, State Dept and his FBI involved in all this. He presided over all of the lawlessness. Unless every person even remotely aware or connected is indicted and tried this will be just another Congressional dog, pony and dancing bear show.

        If Mrs. Obama has her eye on the Oval Office, she and VJ need to be coming up with good excuses for what her husband held court over.

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        • Dixie says:

          Your point regarding the FBI interviewing hillary is highlighted by the way they interviewed Michael Flynn which was “sneaky snake” type behavior.

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          • Dixie says:

            Better known as entrapment.

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          • candofeminist says:

            But it allowed Flynn to plead guilty of lying. He lied when he had no reason to lie. He lied on purpose. Now, stripped of his security clearance because of his guilty plea, he can sing like a bird to Mueller and the grand juries. Remember that Flynn was an intelligence head in the Obama administration. He knows EVERYTHING.

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        • WSB says:

          I agree! There had to be at least one other agent in the session. Oh the want of flipping the underling!

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  3. Apfelcobbler says:

    And here’s a possible stocking stuffer:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-12-06/congress-moves-backward-on-gun-safety

    This took a little while to post, as I hate to give NYT or WaPo any clicks at all … besides, this headline better captures the spirit behind Obama’s shuck/jive irritation speech last night Chicago!

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  4. pyromancer76 says:

    Thank you, Sundance, a million and more times, thank you.

    This is the United States of America that I was taught and that I taught for many years in classes on American studies, American capitalism, American arts and culture. These are the very issues that I worked so hard for students to understand.

    I was extremely fortunate to have mentors (UCLA) who were prescient on the foreign policy front as well as national interest and culture. I also had the best Western Civilization courses anywhere — a book a week — and exciting economic history courses (and anthropology, English — American fiction, world literature — the sciences, etc., etc.,). My gratitude to those professors knows no bounds. It was magnificent.

    That President Trump not only “gets it” but has been living it, has been successful within swirl of economic currents, and has found equally dedicated and knowledgeable (and wily) partners in this remake-America venture is beyond my wildest dreams.

    What is the most important? Foreign relations? American trade and manufacturing? American energy independence? Etc., Etc., Etc. (Getting rid of NAFTA, the UN, and all that fraudulent Climate Change sh!!, restoring our national agencies to real reporting, real science, reality?) The bounty is unbelievable.

    I hope for a renaissance on the university level, too. It will take identifying those few institutions that come up to the real American standards and expanding from there. I hope for successes on these fronts, too. What can’t President Trump transform if he puts his mind to it!

    MAGA

    I’m more than ready for The Big Ugly.

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    • luke says:

      Perhaps Meuller’s plan from the beginning and best hope was to have Trump immediately try and shut the investigation down (sooner the better). You have to remember that leftists think Trump is an impetuous child with 0 patience. That would explain why he stacked the deck publicly with Obama/HRC pods.

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      • joeknuckles says:

        He’s like a kid who gets caught smoking and is forced to smoke a whole pack until it makes him sick.

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      • B Woodward says:

        Mueller added about 16 Democrat hacks to his staff. But they couldn’t find any real Russian collusion, even though Hillary paid Fusion GPS to find some. Then Mueller tried pissing off the President by investigating his personal life back to the beginning of time. If Mueller could have gotten Trump to fire him, the Democrats would have called for Trump’s impeachment for obstruction of justice. Then Mueller, Comey, Rosenstein, McCabe, Hillary, Obama, et al would have able to lay low and not worry about their crimes being investigated while the mainstream media and liberals in Congress attacked the President.

        But Trump out-smarted them. He knew that it was all BS and let Mueller self-destruct. As soon as Mueller and his team are swept out like the trash, another special counsel can be appointed to investigate the real crimes of the last 8 years (or longer). Or better yet, Judge Napolitano said that the Attorney General does not need a special counsel’s investigation because the FBI already has a ton of evidence of these crimes..

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        • Question. Did Hillary pay Fusion GPS, or did the FBI tell Fusion GPS what to write after doing the unmasking?

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          • Chewbarkah says:

            Last Wednesday, Associate Deputy Assistant AG Ohr was fired from that job (he kept his civil service meal ticket in the Drug Enforcement division) for meeting with Christopher Steele about the dossier in summer 2016. Unlikely that he would have been fired if this was an authorized contact or something he could explain. It certainly gives the appearance that rogue DoJ elements were colluding with Steele/Fusion, and I suspect that included instructing them on desired contents of the dossier. Let’s hope Nunes forces some more truth out.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          And Sessions was in on this and that is why he recused himself so as to act investigating everyone we wanted investigated and all kept under cover as Trump loves to do until the hammer hits home. Don’t mess around with our president because he is far smarter than politicians any day of the week and we have seen him juggling and winning with several issues all at once, and winning because the others are confused about every thing he does. If Sessions was not doing his job, he would have been fired but he is working with Trump and others to crash bam those who thought they were safe and covered. WRONG!

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        • eagledriver50 says:

          Also, do not misunderstand what SD is alluding too. PDJT had to do it this way due to the amount of DEEP STATE collusion going on within the departments and media. With the OIG report coming out now…YES, HE HAMMER IS ABOUT TO FALL AND THEN THE REST IN JANUARY AND THEN…THE FEDERAL COURTROOMS ARE GOING TO BE QUITE FULL BY MARCH OF 2018….Merry Christmas!!! MAGA On, Treepers…

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          • DeWalt says:

            Any other way would have gave the appearance of a witch Hunt for political purpose by the Trump Administration. He allowed them to come to these truths using Obama and Hillary people. In essence they investigated themselves. Now the cabinet members Trump installed have the political power and the Congress will demand that Sessions clean this up. Now Sessions can come out from the shadows and do his job with the full backing off Congress.
            The Congress critters that were to intimidated to act and do their jobs for fear of the last administration to do the same to them as was done to Flynn, they can now act openly. This had to be the greatest non violent revolution ever to have taken place. They are completely taking out the trash and the trash is putting itself in the can.

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            • Somewhere in Dixie says:

              I like your theory. I know we want everything done today and these criminals finally in jail. But, sometimes, we have to wait. Trump says that Sessions is doing his job. We can’t see it right now. Of course, whatever Sessions is doing cannot be revealed. I trust our Lion.

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          • Carolina Kat says:

            Just in time for some brand new Trump appointed judges.

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    • Bud Klatsch says:

      Like!

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  5. MaineCoon says:

    To paraphrase SD, we have a President who can walk and chew gum at the same time!

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    • Shirley32 says:

      And he gives the impression that he has a ‘magic wand’ or something. How lucky we all are to be living at this moment in time. How could anyone not love this President.

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      • Tegan says:

        Unfortunately, if you read comments after articles they will make you sick. The unreasonable hatred, the ugliness is astounding. Even from supposedly educated writers like Jonah Goldberg whom I once admired. Now, totally unhinged. The closed minds…the willingness to believe lies and gleefully spread them….it makes me despair of our society.

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        • NJF says:

          I hear you.

          Every time I catch a cnn or msnbc segment I’m literally appalled at the filth they spew.

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          • Mongoose says:

            In very rare moments, thinking I might try to see what the “other” side is saying, I tune in only to quickly realize my mistake. These people are really sick. Delusional. There is just no other way to say it. So I simply stay away from anything MSM.

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        • smartyjones1 says:

          Jonah is a bastion of NeverTrumper calm in comparison to Bill Kristol. The latter goes to sleep at night literally game planning like Hillary to stop President Trump at any cost.

          Liked by 6 people

          • Orygun says:

            They have all been complicit in the destruction of our country and their greatest fear is the exposure that our President is about to bring. Time is running out for these Benedict Arnolds.

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        • It is because they are desperate. Drowning men are seldom calm.

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        • I am glad it only makes you despair. It makes me physically sick!

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Tegan, only dispair of those who cannot see or hear anything good if it interferes with what they want, just like little kids who then get their behinds whipped. Heck, this is better than any real movie I haven’t seen in years because all we get now is drivel/sex/stupid dirty comedy, etc. Viva el Presidente!

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          • DeWalt says:

            Think if you carried this kind of hate and negativity in your personal lives how it would destroy you. Well it’s destroying them also ad it will begin to take it’s toll.
            Young people want positive in their lives and ones that can’t even vote yet are learning to despise what they are seeing and are going to act accordingly as they begin to vote. Have trust in your future leaders, they are seeing and learning. Reenforce these lessons every chance you get, they are paying attention.

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        • Prettyplease says:

          recently, I heard someone say that this unrelenting hatred and constant looking to find fault with Trump is an example of the old fashion “evil eye.” I think they have something there.

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        • Carolina Kat says:

          I’ve begun to think folks like Goldberg and Kristol are CIA Deep State plants in media. It’s the only thing that makes sense.

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          • Orygun says:

            I think you might have something there. I also believe that a lot of the so called “conservative” pundits are placed there just to split the vote or discourage voting.

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    • dustycowpoke says:

      And no teleprompter for every utterance.

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    • svenwg says:

      I would add blowing bubbles, just to make it complete.

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  6. MADGLOBAL says:

    Thank you Sundance. Something is happening. I have been a political news consumer since 1992. Back then one needed to just look at the newspaper headlines to discern the MSM narrative of the day. These days a quick look at Drudge and Politico accomplishes the same. Today is the first time in 25 years that I cannot discern what the swamp’s message of the day is supposed to be. I’ve always wondered who exactly keeps the swamp mouthpieces on message. The swamp is in disarray. Something is happening.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      The “internets” seem to have changed things first and then President Trump inverted all the rules when he came in. First, even after he won, he refused to bend at all to the DNC media. After he defeated them at the polls, they wanted blood. He said “bring it” and I’ll be serving you up with your Swamp masters soon enough.

      And he is. Fusion GPS is being brought to heel and will we learn who among the DNC Media glitterati was on the payroll? This is only part of the Deep State being completely unwound from inside.

      Every day is like a Tom Clancy novel and we’re winning.

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  7. Once upon a time, a Sergeant Major of Marines gave me some sage advice, that has been of inestimable value in every field of endeavor I’ve been in:

    “Think big, think basics, and cheat like hell.”

    THINK BIG: think not just of the immediate task, but how it fits into the larger scheme and moves you toward the ultimate goal. Understand your job, your peers’ jobs, and your bosses’ jobs, and seek to do your piece in a way that saves them effort.

    THINK BASICS: There’s no point in, for example, trying to write a book if you don’t understand basics of grammar or dramatic structure, or trying to cook if you don’t understand the basics of food safety. Learn your trade, whatever it is, from the most basic elements up, and return to study those fundamentals periodically–you might not need to be told, but at times you’re going to need to be reminded. To steal a line from James T. Kirk, know WHY things work on a starship (not just how they work, but why something is done THIS way instead of THAT way).

    CHEAT LIKE HELL: Don’t confine yourself to the cookbook, the school solution, the tried-and-true method, or the formula. This is the intersection of thinking big and thinking basics: learning what “rules” are actual rules that you cannot break, and what are merely conventions that you can ignore. Experiment when you can; learn what works, why it works, and when it works.

    President Trump has been doing this since he announced he was running, and it shows. This isn’t the same man who started the journey. He’s tested what works, he’s invented new tools, and he’s just getting warmed up.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      “Think big, think basics, and cheat like hell.”

      I like it!!! 😀

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    • WSB says:

      President Trump has been doing this since I started following his career back in the early 70’s! He may have received that same sage advice at NYMA.

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    • “This isn’t the same man who started the journey. He’s tested what works, he’s invented new tools, and he’s just getting warmed up.”

      This.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Great post – informative and educational. Thanks.

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    • Mongoose says:

      Sounds to me as if “Cheat like hell” is really a different way of the Marine Corps saying “Improvise” as in “Adapt, Overcome, Improvise”. Cheating has far to negative a connotation.

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    • Sharon says:

      Ken Prescott – that is so good.

      I already forwarded your comment (including your note re Mr. President) to my sons – and instantly had a response from the younger one (49 years old) – saying “Perfect. I needed exactly this today to help me see how to fine tune some things in my working world. Thanks, Mom.”

      Thank you, Ken P – you helped make my day twice. Both my sons are former military (one a Marine, one AF). And you, sir, are one of our personal national treasures.

      One of the benefits of the internetz and THE benefit of the Treehouse is that it gives us a place to sit the campfire and swap stories. Human story-telling is so very important. Thank you.

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      • Thank you for the kind words.

        Your second-to-last sentence deserves to be repeated:

        “Human story-telling is so very important.”

        It is incredibly important. It’s absolutely vital. We are, and we become, in many ways, the stories we choose to tell ourselves.

        This is where the culture war is so important, and why we’re losing. We’ve given up the high ground to the left, and our kids are getting left-wing stories in their entertainment, and they’re becoming those stories.

        They’re NOT going to read the latest non-fiction political book by Ann Coulter (or anyone else). They’re going to read fiction (if they read), they’re going to watch a movie or a TV show, so they can be, for a moment, someone other than a wage-slave barista or a cubicle dweller–so they can root for the hero as he confronts the foe, wins the battle, puts the cuffs on the murderer, and wins the hand of the princess . . . because it will give them the courage to stand up against injustice, take a chance on a new business, or ask that cute girl on the other side of the club to dance.

        We need to tell those stories. We need to create those books, TV shows, and movies.

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  8. volintn says:

    POTUS is a great man and very few presidents rise to that level. I would say President Trump is in the rarified sphere of George Washington’s legacy.

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    • MADGLOBAL says:

      Indeed. He is exposing the political class as the lightweights I have always thought them to be. By starting the Big Ugly with the corruption of Federal law enforcement Trump is removing the muscle – enforcement and protection – for the various swamp rackets. Without a facade of legality the Swamp cannot survive as its acts and policy schemes are exposed by our Magnificent Lion as lies, damn lies and larceny.

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    • Elizabeth Carter says:

      President Trump is the leader of the Second American Revolution. When he said it in his inauguration speech it totally resonated with me and as I watch him work it is very clear that is exactly what he is doing. I pray for him constantly and do whatever I can to help and support him.

      Our world will be as different as it was after the First Revolution. The difference is that we have learned a lot over time and built a solid foundation. We have tried to build on this foundation but have been led by men who had no real understanding of what needed to rise from this foundation. Our leaders were either trying to imitate some other form of government or actually trying to destroy our foundation and destroy America all together.

      President Trump is taking us back down to the foundation and rebuilding based on his understanding of what America was meant to become. We are not like any other Nation in the world. He has spent 30 years or more studying the foundation and planning the best use of the gift we were given by the Founding Fathers; many of whom sacrificed everything they owned and even their very lives to build this new world order.

      America turned the world upside down. Our New World Order was the first and only government of the people, by the people, and for the people. We came very close to losing it. President Trump promised to take it back for us when he took the helm January 20, 2017. We will finally have our government that serves its people instead of the Old World Order where the people are slaves of the most powerful and corrupt rulers.

      Working together, we will Make America Great Again. We can do it and we must do it. It is our Manifest Destiny to set an example for the rest of the world.

      God Bless America. God Bless President Trump.
      Merry Christmas and A Blessed New Year.

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    • Truthfilter says:

      When I see clips of POTUS walking across the lawn to get on the helicopter or walking into a church in his long coat with his entourage, I see a glimpse of George Washington. POTUS has an air about him, a calm and commanding confidence. Considering the Hell that continues to rise against him, I am amazed at his strength and persistence. Here is a man who has sacrificed his money, his peace of mind and he has subjected himself and his family to scrutiny and cruel persecution–for our sakes.

      Except for the cruel persecution, the same was true for George Washington. I have read stories about how George Washington’s troops believed that he was under God’s divine protection. GW had escaped death several times on the battlefield during the French and Indian Wars. Stories about these miraculous events were spread throughout the Colonies. Washington was a legendary hero long before he commanded the Continental Army during Revolutionary War. His troops not only respected him but they knew that he felt a terrible sense of responsibility for them. They would often catch a glimpse of their heroic and legendary hero kneeling in prayer at a distance outside the camp. This act alone forged such a bond of trust and loyalty that Washington had trouble convincing them to go home during furloughs. (Washington’s letters are some of my favorite reads.)

      Most Americans don’t realize-and some don’t even know–how amazing it was that a bunch of farmers, blacksmiths, and wheelwrights defeated a superpower in 1776. George Washington hated war. He didn’t want to lead the Colonial troops. He didn’t want to be the first president, either. But he was the only one the Colonists would have trusted to lead them in both situations. Unlike our professional politicians of today, Washington never wanted or tried to gain that kind of power. He took on these responsibilities reluctantly because he knew he was the only one who could. It was selfless on his part. God had protected, prepared, and preserved him for those particular times in history. Watching President Trump overcome so many obstacles has renewed my faith that indeed, our God is still here and in control.

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    • PatriotKate says:

      I believe he has the vision of George Washington and the brawn of Andrew Jackson.

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  9. jeans2nd says:

    Keeping an ear on the think tanks, most of them are also coming around, especially those on the conservative side. They do not seem to recognize the “why” of the policy realignments etc., but their forums have shifted from whining hand-wringing to “What’s Next?” followed by excited negotiating.

    Except for the alt-left forums. But then, who cares anymore?

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    • MAGA Happy Boy says:

      Think tanks are like college professors. They think when money is thrown at them. I say if they have big thoughts, let them throw the thoughts out and allow the market to compensate them based on their worthiness……

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  10. ray76 says:

    > removal of most ‘black hat’ IC leakers

    Removal is good. Prosecution is mandatory.

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  11. ck says:

    I love having a few days off from the people who are so much smarter and better informed than Trump. I don’t mind not hearing about how evil Sessions is over and over and over. A breath of fresh air.

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    • G. Combs says:

      AMEN!

      It was all the nonsense and outright falsehoods that really bothered me.

      You have a right to your opinion but you do NOT have a right to make up or twist the FACTS!

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  12. CorwinAmber says:

    Fascinating to read the OIG memorandum announcing the initiation of a review of “allegations regarding certain actions by the DOJ and the FBI in advance of the 2016 election” which was dated 8 days before the inauguration of a new administration. Whenever I was tasked with the execution of a similar inspection/review, the first thing I did was craft a memorandum that explained the purpose and objectives of the inspection/review and concluded with the words that the bearer of this memorandum was authorized to go anywhere and look at anything he thought necessary to execute the tasking assigned him/her. Then I would get the SECARMY to sign the memorandum and I carried it with me wherever I went – if I got any pushback or resistance from those I was inspecting, I would pull out the memorandum and tell the resistor that I could set up a meeting with the SECARMY to discuss their concerns…that ALWAYS worked and no one ever took me up on my offer. Too bad we can’t see who signed this memorandum, but the opening paragraph indicates that the tasking authority was derived in response “to numerous requests from numerous chairmen…of Congressional oversight committees” and that is powerful stuff. As I mentioned in a previous thread, IGs work for the highest ranking official of an agency or department, but report both to that individual and Congress. While I never was tasked directly by Congress, we did execute a number of inspections/investigations when requested by Congress and briefed the appropriate committees upon completion. So, despite the fact that this review began while Loretta Lynch was still the AG, this review has NEVER been under the control of Obama and his cronies…that being said, if these IGs are honorable men and women (and I have no reason to believe otherwise), they will follow the trail wherever it takes them and report accordingly. Perhaps I marinated in the IG stew for too many years, but I was involved in so many controversial matters (Arlington National Cemetery, No Gun Ri, 2001 Anthrax attacks, to name a few) that I developed an inherent trust in anyone who wore the IG crest…call me naive, but I’ve been there and done that and I look forward to perusing their report…DROIT ET AVANT! And, oh yeah, while you’re at it – MAGA!

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Thanks for sharing your experiences as an IG, CorwinAmber! It is very reassuring to know that there is ONE group that can be trusted, at least 😀

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    • NewfTea says:

      Sorry, bud. I don’t share your admiration.

      Some years ago, at a 4-star unified command, I was in the middle of a toxic mess. The people responsible were trying to pin it on me. Phony accusations, threats delivered in meetings from which my supervisor was barred, people who had no authority masquerading as though they did–one even gave me a direct order to incriminate myself!

      I went to the IG, who told me, “That’s not my job.” (Direct quote.) Then started quoting the Bible at me, like I was doomed.

      A week previously he’s told me “Run, don’t walk, if this continues. ” He’d been gotten at. No honor.

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      • CorwinAmber says:

        yeah, I figured I’d be sticking my neck out with my post, sigh. I can only report what I experienced myself, though over the years I have heard stories similar to what you recount…sorry for what you went thru, IGs are not omnipotent and I too encountered situations where individuals came to me for assistance and I could not help them for a variety of reasons. It is not a perfect system, but based upon my experiences over 40 years with the militaries of other nations, we still do it better than most. And, there are differences between the three basic missions of an IG: inspection, investigation and assistance…sounds like your beef is with the assistance side vice the inspection side which was my bailiwick. I know it sounds like a cop-out, but it’s the best I can do in a department of 3 million servicemen and civilians.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      I will be looking for your take Corwinamber

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    • margarite1 says:

      Did all the bad guys at the FBI and DOJ not suspect they’d eventually be found out? Were they doing this for money or ideology or both? I really don’t understand why anyone would risk anything for Hillary unless they thought she’d give them money and power – which so frequently corrupts many people.

      One detail that perplexes me – how do private texts between 2 people get found? Were the phones being monitored?

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      • I believe they were all feeding off each other. Just look at the countries Bill Clinton visits for example. Hubby is convinced he’s an arms dealer aiding African civil wars, and on the subject of Africa. Look at what Cheryl Mills is now doing in Africa! It has nothing to do with charitable foundations, and everything to do with exploiting “emerging economies”. They gave us China, and Africa was next!

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I wondered about that too. Surprised they didn’t delete the texts. At some point a subpoena must have been issued to confiscate the phones. Would texts show up in a tapping scenario? While Mueller only removed Strzok to another job, he left the guy’s lover in place.

        BTW, 10,000 texts sounds like addiction to me – even if you total several folks’ texts together.

        IMO, moving Strzok to head of HR is still a bad thing. That placed him in charge of all personnel movements in the FBI. A lot of power there…

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        • Tom says:

          Who said he became “head” of HR ? I think he was just moved to HR as a holding tank.

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        • Blacksmith8 says:

          Every text sent by every phone goes through a network of cell towers through at least 3 servers and out a network of cell towers. Even without one of the phones, every text ever sent by or to anyone is available on some archive or log server somewhere.

          With a federal subpoena, what texts from what phones could I get to if I really wanted them?

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      • mdt123 says:

        They do not consider themselves bad guys, just the opposite. What they were doing is not for Hillary but the large political establishment including GOPe. They are driven by ideology, opposition to conservative Americans and cannot contain themselves from texting or emailing to show off to the colleagues.

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      • boogywstew says:

        If you’re referring to the affair between FBI agent, Peter Strzok, and the FBI lawyer, Lisa Page, maybe the texts were done on government phones or one of the cheated upon spouses found the texts. Certainly government phones could have their texts read because the Government owns the phones and the accounts.

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    • Steve in Lewes says:

      Good read, appreciate you thoughts from experience. You wrote: “…IGs work for the highest ranking official of an agency or department, but report both to that individual and Congress.”
      So since this started right before inauguration, is it safe to assume that once PDJT and Sessions as AG were sworn in, this IG briefed both the President and AG on what he was specifically investigating since neither man had any “skin” in the game as far as being potential persons of interest/suspicion of wrong doing? If so, in my mind that would support the reason why Sessions and Wray have been so quit; so as not to compromise the evidence gathering and investigation..you know the ‘do-nothing’ Sessions meme.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “…. Too bad we can’t see who signed this memorandum, but the opening paragraph indicates that the tasking authority was derived in response “to numerous requests from numerous chairmen…of Congressional oversight committees”…..”

      Senator Jeff Sessions:
      Subcommittee on Strategic Forces (Chairman) (under Committee on Armed Services)
      Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Refugees (Chairman) (under Committee on the Judiciary)

      Congressman Devin Nunes:
      House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence – (Chairman)

      Actually it was probably signed by several Senators and Congressmen but I would bet on Jeff Sessions signature. Given he is now AG it would carry a lot of weight. 😁

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    • Charlotte says:

      How did Hillary and her minions manage to railroad former State Department IG senior investigator Aurelia Fedenisn? They hounded her, her family and her lawyers (break-in which stole the laptops which contained her evidence?
      http://foreignpolicy.com/2013/06/17/exclusive-whistleblower-says-state-department-trying-to-bully-her-into-silence/
      and
      http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2013/07/the-case-of-aurelia-fedenisn.php

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  13. Prettyplease says:

    “In the past week, President Trump has held three full cabinet meetings.”

    Cabinet? What’s a cabinet? Oh, yeah! That thing Obama never used.

    Love pic of Trump surrounded by the swamprats. Excellent! Merry Christmas, y’all!

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  14. mikebrezzze says:

    100-1 there’s a great big “S” on Trump’s bulletproof vest

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  15. ray76 says:

    Thanks for IG report.

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  16. MAGADJT says:

    I believe that God will continue to bless Donald Trump with his protection and his favor because of the announcement about the embassy move. There are already other countries coming out now to follow our lead and announcing that they will move their embassies as well. God works in mysterious ways, and maybe this is the sole reason that he lifted up Donald Trump and helped him to win POTUS against all odds. We should all continue to pray for growing influence and strength for DJT and that those that would work against him would see their efforts crumble before their eyes. If you don’t spend a lot of time in prayer, consider the Prayer of Jabez for Donald Trump, it is short and sweet, but very meaningful.

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  17. DeploraBilly says:

    I just love the way Sundance composes, it’s almost lyrical.
    “Gather round my children while I sing to thee of great heroes of yore”
    Only it’s not yore. It’s now. It’s here. We’re living it.
    What times these are.

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  18. Pam says:

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  19. DebbieUK says:

    I admire Donald Trump more every day ,If only the UK had such a leader. But what do we get from our leader ,Appeasement. She is going to take Trump to task over the Jerusalem decision. Good luck with that……Especially after being targeted by Islamics. I pray Trumps energy and common sense rub off on the UK soon,

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    • In Az says:

      @ DebbieUK,
      I wish you had a President Trump for a Prime Minister.
      It is very disheartening to witness what has happened to England and Western Europe.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      Debbie, we feel for England and what its politicians have allowed endangering its citizens with open borders and murderous muslims, and THEN to vote in a muslim as Mayor of London still astounds me. Apparently ignorant of this 1400 yr. old murderous cult (it is NOT a religion by any stretch of the imagination) and allow them to come in and ruin England. We will pray for you and your future and freedom once again, and getting rid of socialism as well! Too bad Churchill was ignored but then many politicians are afraid of a smart man or woman as we can all see here.

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    • pacnwbel says:

      Debbie, it worries me that so little good news of DJT is allowed to circulate in the UK. The Beeb long ago ceded its objectivity first to political correctness and lately to outright socialist deception. So glad you read CTH and contribute your pov, spread the good news where you can.

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    • RAC says:

      Ripples are spreading out, each incoming tide is augmented with PDJT’s message. People are seeing it and liking it and thinking we want some of this.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Sadly, your enemy is within the gates!

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  20. Bitcoin & Stock Market Timing says:

    THanks SD!

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  21. TPR says:

    Trump seems to be doing a great job at “divide and conquer” in the sense that, by simultaneously focusing on many big things at once — and, more importantly, by actually taking decisive action on those big things — Trump is dividing the Left into its many different special interest groups. Ever since W’s Iraq War, the Left has been able to rally its troops and focus its attention on one issue at a time. Whether it was gay marriage, climate change, systemic institutional racism, gender inequality, trans-bathrooms, etc., the Left has been able to focus its time, money, attention, and energy on a single issue at a time. Everyone from Dem politicans to MSM to Hollywood to Corporations — the Left has been effective at focusing the public on single issues. However, Trump says no more. The Left can’t come together on a single issue anymore. And if they do, all it takes is one tweet for Trump to change the subject and make them forget what it was they were protesting a week ago. Love it.

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    • TPR, that has to be the post of the week:

      “Trump seems to be doing a great job at “divide and conquer” in the sense that, by simultaneously focusing on many big things at once — and, more importantly, by actually taking decisive action on those big things — Trump is dividing the Left into its many different special interest groups.”

      President Trump’s MULTIPLYING BIG PROGRESS on EXPANDING FRONTS to DIVIDE the Left.

      • I had been relishing the IMPACT on the TACTICS of the Left, preventing them from organizing-coordinating-sustaining opposition to any one thing long enough to matter (while distracting them from big things that do matter).

      • You have recognized the IMPLICATIONS of FRAGMENTING the Left into a Balkanized circular firing squad!

      I’ve seen no one come close to nailing it like you did.

      Sundance: Please consider a thread on this theme: We should concentrate efforts to voraciously exploit President Trump’s strategic breakthrough!

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  22. BigMamaTEA says:

    Here is FBI Director Wray’s opening statement for tomorrow in the House Judiciary comm.

    https://judiciary.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Director-Wray-Testimony.pdf

    ***Also, next week on the 13th of December, it Deputy AG RosenStein in the House Judiciary committee.

    Both start at 10amEST

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  23. alliwantissometruth says:

    Sundance, I assume you’re on a shoestring budget with this board, but I hope you’ve got a small staff to help you. Otherwise, I don’t know how you find the time to think about this stuff & then come up with these fantastic pieces

    I work all day & don’t have the time to keep up & dig into all the recent news, & you summarize all the pertinent information, analyze all the implications & deliver a no bull**** perspective that almost always holds true

    And yes, a huge thank you for all you do

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  24. McGuffin says:

    And it’s only Wednesday

    Liked by 5 people

  25. navysquid says:

    At this time of year we all need to reflect and be grateful for Pres Trump and the AMAZING job he is doing for our country.

    Let me paint a picture for you. Think of where our country would be today if Hillary had won the election? Think on this as well: Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, etc had won the election. I can promise you 100 percent that it would be business as usual with our Congress and each would be claiming the other is “hurting the agenda we were elected to do” and “we need your donations” now.

    Pres Trump is accomplishing all of this basically on his own while the Swamp is gnashing its teeth round about him and attempting to find a chink in the armor. He has EXPOSED them all and we are a grateful nation for him at this time of our lives!

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  26. navysquid says:

    Quick Bravo Zulu to all my service brothers and sisters currently and those brave souls of 76 years ago today who died and or were wounded at Pearl Harbor.

    Liked by 10 people

    • WSB says:

      I just thought of this, Navysquid, in looking at Chris Wray’s written statement fo his testimony in the morning.

      Many thanks for your service and prayers for all souls who have sacrificed for this freedom for which we continuously struggle.

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  27. Payday says:

    I wonder if the temperature is getting so hot that Mueller ends the investigation in an attempt to save himself.

    Liked by 6 people

  28. rsmith1776 says:

    Sundance, I DO love that photo-montage at the end of your post [saw it before].

    Always bring a smile on my face – thank you.

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  29. reverence1 says:

    Thank you America, thank you for your leadership President Trump.
    And thank you sundance and all the other MAGA-posters and twitterers …
    And it was the day of St. Nikolaus yesterday, 6th december …

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  30. average Joe says:

    Mental sorbet,make mine ,two scoops, snicker snicker.🤔

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  31. Steve in Lewes says:

    Oh by gosh, PDJT has them all surrounded! …and there ain’t nothing they can do about it! Per Sundance from numerous and previous articles. It looks to be a very Holly, Jolly Christmas!!

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  32. kltk1 says:

    Phenomenal article SD. Brings A LOT of things into focus. Thank you.

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  33. Charlotte says:

    160 Trump accomplishments in 300+ days Most comprehensive compilation of 1st-year achievements

    I was surprised-I didn’t know about many of these.
    http://www.wnd.com/2017/11/4621979/

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  34. Jeff says:

    Me likey !!

    WARNING ……… Be wary of the BATTERED CONSERVATIVE SYNDROME . CORPORATE ENEMEDIA is in the reconciliation phase . We TREEPERS have CTH to keep us out of this vicious cycle of abuse . TY Sundance for the epic reporting . The Jeff Thomas award for ” it’s about damn time we had journalism again “….goes your way . Don’t drop the $1,000,000 Check or it might bounce !! although the sentiment is REAL !!!

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  35. Our Commander in Chief of these United States has secured the beachhead. His and our troops are ready to move on their targets. Ike and Patton approve.

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    • H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

      I’m not being negative, however, the troops got bogged down in the hedgerows of Normandy and Patton was still in England but that did not disallow him approving of the landing! Montgomery not accomplishing his objectives and him trying to disparage Ike is analogous of the Republicans working against the President. Get rid of the Rinos and neutralize Mueller and the war will end soon. Remember and recognize Pearl Harbor and the sacrifices made.

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  36. shadowcole says:

    “There are dozens of high-level officials about to be knocked out of their Corinthian Leather high-backs. That’s coming this month (DEC). Additionally, for each of those officials, there’s a host of mutually aligned political staffers/operatives in the FBI and DOJ who are going to get swept out amid the deluge. That follows in January. [No one wants to fire the staff just prior to the holidays… But the usurping Managers, who cares? Take their coats.]” We, in our household, were just talking about this on Tuesday evening, how the President Trump was getting ready to dredge the swamp to the very bottom and sweep out all of the sewer sludge. We love President Trump, God bless him and all those patriots working to wrestle our country back from the globalists who have virtually destroyed us. #MAGA

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  37. ADDgolfer says:

    Wow, heading up all those investigations? And the interviews. “Excuse me toots…
    I got this one.”
    Agent Peter Strzok is just the bestess FBI agent ever.
    I bet he is a secret identity for a Justice League member or somethin’

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  38. Donna in Oregon says:

    Sundance a big thank you for bringing all the winning to the forefront. Much appreciated.

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  39. CharterOakie says:

    What a Godsend our POTUS is!
    And none too soon.

    MAGA!

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  40. Love this post! Should be a regular series 🙂

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  41. bkrg2 says:

    Sundance – great recap – thank you! I’m never gonna get sick of all the winning!

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  42. PureInHeart says:

    President Trump is fundamentally transforming this country.

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  43. jmgreenwell says:

    Yes! Take their coats – – bastards!!! 😉

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  44. coltlending says:

    ” [No one wants to fire the staff just prior to the holidays… ]”

    Why not? It’s SOP for their corrupt masters.

    I hope you’re right about the jist of this pos, however.

    After Sessions’ exchange with Jordan, that was a head fake by Sessions?

    I hope I’m wrong, but it just did not look like it to me.

    ‘Really hope I’m wrong.

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  45. tonyE says:

    Trump is operating as the CEO of a large corporation with many things happening at once.

    The people around him, Rexx, the generals, even Sessions, are also multi taskers by need. The media and most politicians, for example, are sequential mono-taskers. They can only focus on oner thing at a time… For example, why is it that the US Congress, large as it is, can only focus on one law at a time?

    The Mainstream Propaganda Machine (MPM) was designed to work on one thing at a time. Their “echo chamber” only works when a single “story line” is being bounced back and forth. Too many concurrent stories and the lo-info voters get lost. The hi-info voters, naturally ignore the MPM.

    Trump is like a semi truck loaded and running at top speed on all cylinders… the MPM and Congress are like a Prius with a worn out battery.

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  46. Man_in_PA says:

    “Omnidirectional MAGA-Winning!”
    Ha! I never thought of it in those terms but that is a perfect description.

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  47. jameswlee2014 says:

    Big time market play opportunity. I’m rounding up loose change and some crumpled bills and calling my broker to get me in a long position on the currently underpriced and undervalued fake beard industry.

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  48. old farta says:

    TRUMP 20, 24, 28,…..

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