Oh, Here We Go…

…Giddy up!  Democrats just realized the years-long DOJ Office of Inspector General (OIG) investigation is about to bite them, hard.  We are now entering the political combat zone where congressional democrats will attack the IG, in advance of the pending report.

Ironically, the Inspector General investigation led by Michael Horowitz was originally a lame-duck request (January 12, 2017) by Democrats prior to President Obama leaving office. [OIG Origination pdf HERE] That’s one of the more brilliant aspects towards its value.  The resulting investigation into the politicization of the FBI and DOJ is revealing details of how both departments were corrupted by political operatives friendly to Democrats.  Consequently, their own demanded investigation now becomes a risk.

(OIG Horowitz, AG Jeff Sessions, FBI Director Chris Wray)

As described by Politico: “Judiciary Committee ranking member Jerrold Nadler of New York and two other panel Democrats asked for a full review of DOJ’s decision making that led to Tuesday night’s release of about 375 texts that the FBI officials — Peter Strzok and Lisa Page — sent over a 15-month period during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Democrats are furious the Strzok/Page text messages were released by DOJ Inspector General Horowitz to the House Committee.  They’re mad because the releases provide evidence of the corruption Jerold Nadler and Democrat leadership want to keep hidden.  However, as we have shared, the Inspector General is releasing some of the evidence collected so that the Intelligence and Judiciary Committees can question FBI and DOJ leadership about the content – and this approach rolls out the much bigger story.

In essence, Inspector General Horowitz is providing the American people with information the Democrats want to keep hidden.  Institutionally, the black hat usurpers, mostly mid-level management and staff within the DOJ and FBI, have been stalling and blocking congressional inquiry into their nefarious, and politically motivated schemes.

The Office of Inspector General is providing a workaround due to the non-cooperation from core FBI management who are at risk from the information congress is demanding.  The career officials, Black Hats inside the FBI, those who manipulated the outcomes from within their offices for political purposes, are attempting to stop, block or significantly slow-down congressional oversight.

However, after a year of accumulating evidence, and with an OIG staff of investigators around 500 people strong, Inspector General Horowitz is able to provide the seeds of evidence congress needs to ask the right questions and share the truth with the American electorate.  CTH has outlined this apparent strategy extensively – SEE HERE.

Democrat Leadership are trying to bolster the position of the career embeds by turning their fire upon the Department of Justice (Rod Rosenstein), and the Office of the Inspector General (Michael Horowitz).   Essentially their goal is to stop the IG from sharing, or publicly identifying the location of, the damning evidence the FBI and DOJ black hat management are trying to keep hidden.

(L-R: Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein)

Allies and enemies (black hats and white hats) are now becoming well defined:

(Politico) […] DOJ’s decision to release the text messages this week before the public IG report is finished — Inspector General Michael Horowitz has said he may be done by April — is now the subject of controversy.

[…] In their letter Thursday, the Democrats asked DOJ Public Affairs Director Sarah Isgur Flores to name the DOJ officials who evaluated the content of the text messages to ensure they could be released. They also requested the names of who at DOJ gave the green light to share the messages with the media at the same time they were being delivered to Congress. Nadler, joined by Democratic Reps. Hakeem Jeffries of New York and Jamie Raskin of Maryland, also asked for a list of which reporters and media outlets attended the Tuesday night briefing and any documents they were shown.

DOJ spokesperson Isgur Flores responds:

[…] DOJ had been planning to include the text messages as part of the final IG report, Isgur Flores added, but then changed course and opted for the early release after getting congressional committee requests for the material.

She said Rosenstein consulted with the IG, who “determined that he had no objection to the department’s providing the material to the congressional committees that had requested it.” (read more)

To shut-down the criticism of the release(s), Inspector General Horowitz points out his prior statements where he said:

[page #1, point 1, paragraph 2] “At a hearing on November 15 2017, before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, I testified that the OIG had no objection to the department providing to congress pre-existing department records in its custody in response to a congressional oversight request.”

IG Horowitz is saying if the IG’s office has the records as a result of its investigation, and congress is seeking those records from the FBI, and the FBI is blocking release of their copies of those records, then the OIG’s office has no problem sharing those rightly requested records in the cause of appropriate and statutory oversight.

In essence if the FBI won’t give congress the evidence it seeks, Horowitz is saying: ‘I will’.

See, Inspector General Horowitz is wearing a big White Hat here.

The records Horowitz is sharing are details his investigation has uncovered that outline the larger FBI and DOJ collusion against candidate, and possibly President, Donald Trump.

While the partially recused Attorney General Jeff Sessions watches it play out, Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein works as the conduit to ensure those records are provided to congress per request.   Yes, Rosenstein, like Horowitz, is also a white hat.

Their united approach with this information is essentially confirming what CTH has written about for the past several weeks.  There is a clear strategy here with the information that is surfacing for us to absorb.

Each piece of released information outlines the location of a larger piece of information.  Congressional committees just need to keep asking questions, following the trail of evidence, and interviewing the DOJ and FBI officials named along the way.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz and his extensive team of internal investigators have almost a years-worth of evidence they have gathered.  Meanwhile, Asst. AG Rod Rosenstein has another team, a new task-force he put together in August as a result of instructions from AG Jeff Sessions and DNI Dan Coats.

That joint task force consists of FBI and DOJ investigators who are specifically hunting intelligence leakers; including leakers within congress who might be public officials.

TIMING – Depending on how congress proceeds with their questioning of people like: FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, FBI Counterintelligence head Bill Priestap; FBI Agent Peter Strzok; DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr; FBI and DOJ Attorney Lisa Page, etc…. this is building toward a release early next year.

And all of this still doesn’t even include the “unmasking” angle.  Yet.

2018 Mid-Terms. Oh my.

The Big Ugly Finale’.

See how that works?




IG Stimulated Releases of Information:

♦Release #1 was the Agent Strzok and Attorney Lisa Page story; and the repercussions from discovering their politically motivated bias in the 2015/2016 Clinton email investigation and 2016/2017 Russian Election investigation.

♦Release #2 outlined the depth of FBI Agent Strzok and FBI Attorney Page’s specific history in the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton to include the changing of the wording [“grossly negligent” to “extremely careless”] of the probe outcome delivered by FBI Director James Comey.

♦Release #3 was the information about DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr being in contact with Fusion GPS at the same time as the FISA application was submitted and granted by the FISA court; which authorized surveillance and wiretapping of candidate Donald Trump;  that release also attached Bruce Ohr and Agent Strzok directly to the Steele Dossier.

♦Release #4 was information that Deputy Bruce Ohr’s wife, Nellie Ohr, was an actual contract employee of Fusion GPS, and was hired by F-GPS specifically to work on opposition research against candidate Donald Trump.  Both Bruce Ohr and Nellie Ohr are attached to the origin of the Christopher Steele Russian Dossier.

♦Release #5 was the specific communication between FBI Agent Strzok and FBI Attorney Page.  The 10,000 text messages that included evidence of them both meeting with Asst. FBI Director Andrew McCabe to discuss the “insurance policy” against candidate Donald Trump in August of 2016.

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1,067 Responses to Oh, Here We Go…

  1. waltherppk says:

    Is this the same OIG who previously identified a 6 Billion Dollar never resolved accounting discrepancy in the operating funds for the Clinton led State Department? Maybe as a further development and investigation, that unaccounted 6 Billion Dollars “loss” of taxpayers money will be traced and the books can be balanced with discovery of where that 6 Billion Dollars went. Money laundering of 6 billion dollars of embezzled funds could be the explanation for such a huge discrepancy, and that 6 billion dollars could have lined the pockets of a large number of bribed accomplices in a huge crime cartel that was populated by many corrupt government employees who received their share in that treasonous bargain with the devil.

    Liked by 28 people

    • keebler AC says:

      As I said……Fascinating.

      Liked by 1 person

      • waltherppk says:

        Politifact and Snopes both try to debunk what Trump said in the last presidential debate with Clinton about the missing accounting for 6 billion dollars in improperly incompletely documented contracts paid for by the Clinton State Department claiming that the 6 Billion Dollars was paid out but was not “lost”. Okay just for the sake of argument, with the contracts not being properly documented and itemized, who knows if there was a fraudulent overbilling and if 90% percent of those billings wasn’t kicked back off the books?
        For such a scenario it would be an easy way to “skim” and launder money that is being indirectly embezzled by a scheme where exactly what is being received by the State Department to justify the amount paid out for “contracts” is never documented by a bill of particulars that is a detailed INVOICE. Snopes and Politico are full of bull crap and ignore the money laundering and kickback scheme that could be hidden by a lack of detailed invoices for EXACTLY what value was received by the State Department for the 6 Billion dollars that was paid out. The State Department could have been paying a million dollars apiece for office chairs and coffee pots while the purchasing agent was getting quite a kickback for that expensive furniture and coffee service for CROOKS.

        So the entirely REASONABLE question remains ……
        and has certainly not been “debunked”


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        • Markster says:

          The article written by The Last refuge states .”Each piece of released information outlines the location of a larger piece of information. Congressional committees just need to keep asking questions, following the trail of evidence, and interviewing the DOJ and FBI officials named along the way.” ,But the Last Refuge Article left out one of the most important things. People need to be held accountable and punished accordingly for their crimes !

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          You’ll find a good chunk of it in Pretty Boy Sid Blumenthal’s Cayman Islands account.
          And another chunk in the account of Barry’s Organizing For Anarchy.


    • Deusvult says:

      What the OIG can and will do is on many levels influenced by the people in charge.
      The other IG that recently spoke up was under siege from all direction with direct threats to his lively hood from Obama and co.

      Not everyone will act as a hero against the odds. As I understand this IG has had some problems with Obama admin.

      Liked by 2 people

    • B. Zephyr says:

      Strange that Nadler would be ashamed of the contents of the texts, since he said they were no different than what most Americans were thinking at the time.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tom Godeaux says:

      No that would not be the case. This is the Inspector General for the Department of Justice. The Department of State has its own Inspector General. I believe that would have been the source of the information on the missing State Department money.


    • Carrie2 says:

      waltherppk, and those in Congress (both parties in 1) are quaking in their shoes because their crimes and treason will soon be out there for all of us to read. No more closed sessions or committees, let’s go to a court of law with Trump appointed judges. They should be quaking in their shoes for the many crimes that have committed or accept. Treason means we hang them and no prison terms at all.


  2. Dan says:

    Where were FBI cell phones on the nights it Seth Rich was murdered?

    Liked by 11 people

  3. Sentient says:

    Andrew McCarthy’s column linked at RCP is great. He brilliantly feigns belief in the integrity of those heading the FBI and DOJ in 2016. And closes with a specific suggestion for the president.


  4. “New Year’s Wish” or Stocking Stuffer-in-Anticipation:

    President Trump uses his MSM-covered State of the Union message:

    I commit the Second Year of my Administration to forever ending America’s Corruption in Government and announce that Americans can decide who to reelect in the Mid-Term Elections based on whether they

    (1) pass my Anti-Corruption Legislation without self-serving protections and poison pills,

    (2) pass my Balanced Budget ON TIME without political pay-to-play donations from lobbyists and

    (3) immediately approve my Constitutionalist Judges who will preside over jailing the crooks who conspired to Corrupt and Cripple America’s Government.

    Liked by 17 people

    • rf121 says:

      While I agree with all three, he would be asking the people in the room to do something that would either put them in jail or impact their cash flow.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Yep. Three choices:
        • They get with the program (earning only a more honest buck).
        • They quit to run for the hills (praying for a pass on prosecution).
        • Voters knock em out (knowing they’ll go to jail).

        President Trump will save the least corrupt who get with the program.

        With him on their team, they WILL get reelected, and President Trump will raise whatever funds they need – while neutering the Dems’ corrupted funding machine.

        Liked by 7 people

      • Carrie2 says:

        rf121, and what is bad about that? We have been robbed and ripped off for decades by our supposed representers we stupidly elected/hired. Time for the bill to be paid and we don’t vote for anyone who has had 2 terms in Congress, and start seeking real patriots to be elected and removal of the benefits/perks we did not okay nor authorized. Life time? Get real and can even be accepted by 1 termer leaving Congress. This is utterly absurd!


  5. John Bartram says:

    First time to CTH, spent nearly 90 min reading. Thank god that IG Horowitz is doing this investigation, I was feeling like nobody was looking at this.

    Liked by 14 people

  6. phoenixRising says:

    Actual timeline here if you don’t have or haven’t been keeping one:


    Liked by 5 people

  7. NJ Transplant says:

    Thank you Sundance. This is brilliant.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. keebler AC says:

    Fascinating. Hats off to the Keebler Elf. Hahaha. I won’t make ya’ll eat crow cos I was on the fence myself. You got to admit he had to work around the recusal and once Muh Russia started to crumble the restraint of recusal started to lift, he was freer.

    Liked by 4 people

    • rf121 says:

      There will not be any crow eating for a long while. While things are looking better it is still not clear who is good and bad here. Once more IG info comes out and more bad guys exposed will lead the swamp to strike back.

      Lots of chess moves left on the board. No matter how good a player you are, and how many moves ahead you are looking, does not mean you have planned for all of the potential outcomes.

      Liked by 4 people

    • mariner says:

      The idea of you making someone else eat crow is ridiculous, after your posting over the last several months.

      Eat your own crow first. Quietly would be an improvement.

      Liked by 2 people

  9. A B says:

    Sundance, why are we to presume that this Obama-appointed AG is a ‘White Hat’ here?

    Liked by 1 person

    • sickconservative says:

      I have my doubts also watching the limp wristed R’s we have.
      We will see but still a sceptic.

      Liked by 1 person

    • rf121 says:

      I assume you mean IG. The Obama admin prevented the IG’s from doing their job. In fact I believe State under Clinton did not even have one. I would think the guy is more likely to be eager to get some payback on the prior administration. Hope springs eternal.

      Liked by 4 people

      • A B says:

        You are correct sir. Meant IG.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Deplorable Patriot says:

        This is exactly my thought on a number of people within this administration including PDJT. From the beginning, the campaign, and the effort to MAGA felt like revenge of some sort. Who double crossed Trump I can’t say. Given his history, it could have been any or all of the globalists. The IG, I read something yesterday, that he was stymied a couple years ago under Obama. Need to go back and find the details on that. Sessions was cheated out of an election victory in the 80’s, and if they really set a trap in Alabama to document voter fraud with the special election for his seat…. Mulvaney’s thing was the CFPB which he now heads. He was very much against it.

        All these billionaires doing the cabinet jobs for nothing. It’s nice to think it’s altruistic, but maybe for some of them, there’s more to it. Seriously, payback can be a powerful motivator.

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  10. Margaret Berger says:

    Hope I am wrong. I agree with about ninety five percent of Sundance’s assessment. What I have difficulty with is thinking that mueller and rosenstein are white hats. The testimony from rosenstein seemed to indicate he has allowed mueller to widen the dig into Trump’s family finances. Mueller is a vicious man and has a track record of destroying lives to make what he believes to be true true..
    I think the coup is on going. Mueller has to find something to shut Trump down and he has to find it fast. Good news is there ability to manufacture evidence has been hindered. President Trump and supporters need to enough evidence to shut this down.
    In the meantime sora$$ and company have learned they need to win at the local level and they are pouring money into smaller elections. They seem to know how to game them system. Will not buy that ninty two per cent of registered demorats voted in Alabama in an off year. BS.
    We need to keep up the fight on all levels. They are going to go after the house so that they can impeach. They must be stopped.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. woohoowee says:

    I just thought 2016 was the year of the “Fireworks!” MAGA!


    • woohoowee says:

      LOL! Thank goodness President Trump45 didn’t nuke ’em all! Knowing that both AG Sessions *and* Rosey are white hats is a very nice Christmas gift 🙂


      • dagnyshrug says:

        I’m not yet convinced Rosey is a white hat. Sessions is certainly not a black hat but I continue to wonder if he’s wearing any hat at all. If Rosey is a white hat, then Sessions is doing the right thing by appearing to lay low.


  12. phoenixRising says:

    tweeted by Raven Hawk:

    “We are fairly certain that Adam Schiff has been pinpointed for leaking during Don,Jr’s hearing! Knowing that, NOW READ THIS!! It appears Sessions has been busy after all.”

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Kent says:

    92 percent? no way no how…

    Liked by 1 person

    • LCSmom says:

      It was 92% of the 2016 turnout, not 92% of all democrats. You could look at is this way too – the democrats knew there was no way HRC was going to carry Alabama in the presidential race and did not turn out for her.

      This election, however looked close and there were millions of $4 put into it to turn out democrats for Jones, and there was not as much financial support for Moore. So lots of dems turned out for this special election compared to the presidential one (looking at historic numbers) but neither election was typical.

      Trump overperformed and so did Jones.

      Liked by 1 person

  14. frank field says:

    Sundance? I love you. Thanks again. Me? Hope expanding.


    Liked by 1 person

  15. phoenixRising says:

    Nick Short has excellent twitter thread wrt Adam Schiff probably leaking to CNN during Donald Jr.’s closed door hearing

    Liked by 1 person

  16. MIKE says:

    Wrapping my brain around the premise of RR being a white hat is tough. Md. Politicians/attorneys are the worst of the worst. Spiro was a good guy and look what they did to him.


  17. earl says:

    I did not see susan rice on your perp board, she is tits deep in this mess.


  18. Epiphany: We’re all talking President Trump’s multi-dimensional chess in vague terms.

    Here’s a first-cut attempt to frame it.

    1 – Dimensions:
    * Trump Advantage with his understanding of the layered networks of interdependencies.
    ** Trump Domination through his strategic ability to create NEW interdependencies that CANNOT BE DENIED to obsolete OLD interdependency constraints.
    • Economy with all of its sub-dimensions
    • Government with all of its levels
    • Geography with all of its countries

    2 – Players:
    * Trump Advantage with his understanding of the layered networks of interrelationships.
    ** Trump Domination through his winsome ways of MULTIPLYING NEW Partnerships with BENEFITS that dwarf the benefits of OLD adversarial opponents.
    • Business Leaders
    • Government and NGO Leaders
    • Societal Leaders with Powerful Followings

    3 – Moves:
    * Trump Advantage with his understanding of the layered networks of interactions.
    ** Trump Domination through his creativity in RECASTING Leaders’ ROLES and RAISING the bar for their COMMITMENTS.
    • Cabinet Cross-Teaming on Initiatives to deliver breathtaking breakthroughs in benefits.
    • Country Bilateral Relationships with interdependent Energy-Trade-Defense foundations.
    • Regional Country Alliances with leaders taking ownership of their neighborhoods to pacify rogue regimes and end terrorism.

    4 – Outcomes:
    ** Trump Domination through his capacity to DELIVER GREAT OUTCOMES for citizen constituents and ELEVATE Peers’ GAMES to follow suit.
    • Accelerate Economic Growth that ends joblessness, eliminates dependency and inspires initiative to achieve prosperity.
    • Redirect National Agendas from win-lose to win-win interrelationships that end aggression, eliminate the squandering of wealth and lives on conflict and induce the redirection of national resources to providing the most hospitable environment for economic growth.
    • Inspire National and Business Leaders to end corruption, eliminate pay-to-play politics and inspire a commitment to Integrity once they can succeed beyond their imaginations without aggression and corruption.

    5 – Multipliers: Trump WINS with unmatched Delivery against Commitments.
    • Inspirational Leadership
    • Team Recruitment
    • Team Management
    • Adaptability
    • Speed of Execution
    • Scope of Execution

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    • Daniel says:

      This goes back to something I posted in the next story. It’s the fact that when we see all of these hearings, we’re seeing people who are NOT going to prison for any of this.

      But then I see what political fallout there will be — people exiting office left and right as well as people losing elections over this in general.

      Are we going to see people sent to prison? I hope and pray there will be. But I have also pointed out that the Strzok thing seems like he’s going to be called “the lone gunman” in all of this to enable others to be set free from all of this. So we’re not going to see the people who need to be in prison actually go there.

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      • rf121 says:

        Strzok was in counter intelligence and yet was dumb enough to be texting all this on a government phone with not all the conversations released yet. There will be more evidence to hang him with or motivate him to turn on others. The question always is, will we find out who the big fish is?


  19. Roy Jennings says:

    During the last election I stated to wonder if Sundance was so bent at the political establishment he had completely lost his objectivity. While I never voiced my thoughts. It seems I must apologize for my errant thoughts. BTW, I like my crow medium well.

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  20. Very deep article to absorb! Have to read it again! I hope IG doesn’t cover up for the FBI CROOKS! they all need to be fired! Excellent article SD!

    Liked by 1 person

  21. This may be a silly question! Who does the IG work for? Who reports to him? Who appointed Horowitz?

    Liked by 1 person

  22. dbobway says:

    We are talking the core of a money grabbing leadership, that has been running this country for decades. These despicable enemies of freedom have no souls. If the true level of their crimes were prosecuted, we would have to build a new federal prison to hold them all.

    So if you happen to fall on to federal prison plans, that resemble a “Sandals” pleasure resort? The foul play, leaking a drip at a time may be baring fruit.

    This level of taking our great Constitution run Republic and turning it into Valenzuela,
    Has been brewing like a WMD nerve agent, for my 6 decades as a citizen, starting as a military brat and then a Federal highway contractor, for 20 years. These miscreants are entrenched like tics, through out the system. The baby boomers who started working for the government in the 70’s,
    Have moved up the chain into oppressive leadership, abusing their jobs along the way.
    I am an optimist most of the time, but I have but 1 vote.
    I am not very confident where 1,000’s of people have been criminally subverting the laws of our country and the virtue and moral clarity of our culture, that created the bulwark of our Republic to with stand tyranny.
    Me thinks Fletcher Christian and his fellow mutineers are attempting to destroy us from within.
    Make the saboteurs walk the plank I say, and have the sharks and the sea consume them all.
    Just the like Bin Laden.
    Yea right!

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  23. lfhbrave says:

    OIG started to release the Strzok information at almost the same time those damning eye-witness accounts on U-1 were said to be coming out. Coincident?

    The Strozk matter, though it’s big, seems to be limited to some mid-/mid-high level DOJ/FBI career bureaucrats, while U-1 matter reaches the top tier of all concerned, including Deputy AG and SC. A damage control strategy?

    Liked by 1 person

    • mimbler says:

      That thought had occurred to me, but I don’t have a strong theory yet on what the damage control is for.
      My current best bet is that with the IG report coming out, the DOJ would look far more innocent if the info came from it -first-.


  24. Shelly Blake says:

    Fascinating, but I don’t believe Rosenstein is a white hat. HE was the one who named Mueller

    Liked by 3 people

  25. brenrod says:

    How can rosenstein be a “white hat”? He chose mueller with whom he hid the fbi rosatom associates investigation from congress in 2010, the same mueller who leads us down the maze of obfuscating and stalling real investigations of deep state and dems… same with sessions who continues to allow all this illegal hijacking of our fbi…. all of them have been part of the swamp for decades, all with a vested interest in covering up their past cover ups…. the biggest obstruction is the fbi and doj


  26. brenrod says:

    we have all the doj and fbi controllers assisting in maintaining the mueller charade and wasting our money. The fbi and doj remain hijacked with only the congressional committes and IG to depend on for exposing the crimes… the committees were part of the past cover ups.


  27. Chic Mouse says:

    These guys from Wrongthink Radio go over the TIMELINE to put things in further context. Long but worth the listen to understand what is going on. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shBwBboiz-k


  28. vladdy says:

    Thanks so much for this. I’ve been following this intensely for months, but am married to someone who still hasn’t grasped all that the DT administration has done and how serious things have gotten. I gave him this and first thing he said was “I thought they didn’t have proof of tampering with Trump’s communications during the campaign.” That’s how little he knew, and when his (leftist) family talks to him, he never has an answer. I’m actually getting through to him now, with this, and the new exec order, about WHY I have been glued to my computer tracking all this for months and that it’s not just exaggerating, questionable websites…

    …and yes, the msm (no TV, but he knows what they’re saying) IS just making stuff up at this point AND completely ignoring the story of….what…the century? It’s BIG, anyway. Thanks for the summing up. (He knew DT was being investigated, but not about all the rest, going in the OTHER direction.)


  29. Sound An Alarm says:

    That’s all well and good, politically. But on the other hand, we have a worldwide economic collapse and WW3 coming that might make all of the politico moot. Don’t put all your marbles in one pocket.


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