Justice Dept. Begins Asking FBI Agents For Information About Uranium One Deal….

Justice-time for Christmas?  Well, it would appear AG Jeff Sessions has instructed the DOJ to follow something similar to the basic investigative outline CTH recommended on November 3rd regarding Uranium One. When Katica discovered the FOIA documents an investigative trail seemed to almost create itself.   We shared:

“Put the FBI special agent together with the unnamed FBI informant, question them, and discover what they know about the entire Uranium One deal – and there’s the road-map to tear this thing wide open.”

Well, today:

(WASHINGTON DC) – On the orders of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Justice Department prosecutors have begun asking FBI agents to explain the evidence they found in a now dormant criminal investigation into a controversial uranium deal that critics have linked to Bill and Hillary Clinton, multiple law enforcement officials told NBC News.

The interviews with FBI agents are part of the Justice Department’s effort to fulfill a promise an assistant attorney general made to Congress last month to examine whether a special counsel was warranted to look into what has become known as the Uranium One deal, a senior Justice Department official said.

At issue is a 2010 transaction in which the Obama Administration allowed the sale of U.S. uranium mining facilities to Russia’s state atomic energy company. Hillary Clinton was secretary of state at the time, and the State Department was one of nine agencies that agreed to approve the deal after finding no threat to U.S. national security.

[…] In recent weeks, FBI agents who investigated the case have been asked by Justice Department prosecutors to describe the results of their probe. The agents also have been asked if there was any improper effort to squash a prosecution, the law enforcement sources say.

The senior Justice Department official said the questions were part of an effort by the Sessions team to get up to speed on the controversial case, in the face of allegations from Congressional Republicans that it was mishandled.

An FBI spokesman declined to comment. (read more)

Here’s the prior CTH report we put together with Katica’s research in early November:

Internet researcher Katica (Twitter GOPollAnalyst) may have found the hidden thread that unravels a much bigger story within the Uranium-One Clinton-FBI scandal.

In an otherwise innocuous FBI FOIA FILE Katica located a notice for preservation of documents sent by an FBI special agent to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on August 28th, 2015. What is interesting about the preservation request(s) are the recipients, their attachment to CFIUS (Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States), and the timeline of events surrounding the agent’s notification.

The time-line here is very important as it might change the perception of exactly what the FBI was investigating as it relates to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. Therefore a backdrop to understand content and context is important.

Up to now the general perception of the FBI’s involvement surrounding the Clinton emails has been against the backdrop of using a personal email server to conduct business, and the potential for unlawful transmission of classified data.

Additionally, the circumvention of official information technology protocols was the narrative most often discussed. The headlines were “Clinton used bad judgement” etc.

In essence, throughout 2015, 2016, 2017 the arguments, including FBI legal probes, were thought to center around “process“. However, Katica’s discovery re-frames that argument to focus on the subject matter “content” within the emails, and not the process.

Bear with me… The first notification of a Clinton email problem stemmed from the discovery that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used her personal email (and server) to conduct official government business. Those initial revelations were discovered around March of 2015. [New York Times, March 2nd]

Sometime around August 3rd, 2015, we discovered the FBI inquiry was actually a “criminal probe“. [USA Today August 4th] – [Washington Post August 3rd] – [New York Post, August 5th, 2015] The media reporting in early August of 2015 showed the FBI investigation was actually a criminal probe. The dates here are important.

The discovery by Katica shows that on August 28th, 2015, an FBI special agent sent a notification to preserve records to: •Nuclear Regulatory Commission; •The U.S. Dept. of Treasury; •Office of Director of National Intelligence (ODNI James Clapper); •The National Counter Terrorism Center; and the •U.S. Department of Energy (DoE).

(Page #7 – FBI Clinton Documents – Part 15 LINK)

Each of these agencies was intricately involved in the 2010 approval of the Uranium One deal. Indeed, each of these specific agencies is involved in the CFIUS approval process for the purchase within the Uranium One deal. Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State at the time.

Five Days later, on September 2nd, 2015, the FBI special agent sent another notification for preservation of records to the same agencies -beginning with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission- and adding: the National Security Agency (NSA – Admiral Mike Rogers) and the United States Secret Service (USSS).

(Page #13 – FBI Clinton Documents – Part 15 LINK)

The following day, on September 3rd, 2015, the FBI special agent submitted a supplemental notification for preservation of records to: •The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), •Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), and •The Department of Defense:

(Page #15 – FBI Clinton Documents – Part 15 LINK)

Taken in their totality those FBI special agent notifications now encompassed every member of the CFIUS group who “signed off” on approval of the Uranium One deal.

It would be intellectually dishonest not to see the very likely attachment of the special agent’s action. That is to say an FBI probe originating as an outcome of information retrieved in parallel to the timing of the “criminal probe” of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email use.

The sequence of events highlights a criminal probe starting [early August 2015], followed by notifications to the “Uranium One” CFIUS participants [late August 2015].

If you consider the larger Clinton timeline; along with the FBI special agent requests from identified participants; and overlay the Nuclear Regulatory Commission as the leading entity surrounding the probe elements; and the fact that the CFIUS participants were the recipients of the retention requests; well, it’s just too coincidental to think this is unrelated to the Uranium One deal and the more alarming implications.

Further, if you consider this factual researched information against the backdrop of new and current information about the roles of each of the outlined participants; and the knowledge of the mystery FBI informant who was threatened to keep his mouth shut; well, it’s not a leap to connect the dots and see that the top-tier of the FBI (Robert Mueller, James Comey) and DOJ (Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, Rod Rosenstein, et al), along with their subordinates, would potentially be in legal jeopardy….

And don’t think that in 2017 these people are not acutely aware of that risk, and signaling their audience:

This revelation means all the apex players in the deepest part of the DC’s deep swamp would have some level of exposure risk within the underlying scandal. That reality also presents a problem because the people charged with protecting U.S. interests, the investigative leadership, are the very people that need to be investigated. (Hence the signaling tweet from Eric Holder above)

However, there is good news. Specifically because of this find, we have located the investigative needle in the haystack of buried information.

Congress can get, and see, those FBI preservation notification documents without redaction. Congress could then interview the FBI special agent who was obviously in charge of key elements within the 2015 probe.

Put the FBI special agent together with the unnamed FBI informant, question them, and discover what they know about the entire Uranium One deal – and there’s the road-map to tear this thing wide open.

Any questions?

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266 Responses to Justice Dept. Begins Asking FBI Agents For Information About Uranium One Deal….

  1. kinthenorthwest says:

    Time to clean this up and get all the farmers and ranchers who were screwed compensated.

    Liked by 13 people

  2. RedBallExpress says:

    Show prep for Rush and the rest of the clowns.

    Liked by 5 people

    • bon says:

      Don’t be so insulting (Show prep for Rush and the rest of the clowns.). If not for them the public wouldn’t know. Your statement involved no growth of intelligence re the article above.


  3. Howie says:

    Waivy Gravey gave all of em ethics waivers except for Jeffey.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. I think that the next couple of years is going to be one of the most exciting times in our lives.

    Liked by 27 people


    If you’re reading this, please know that We, The People and fellow Treepers LOVE YOU and APPRECIATE all you are doing, have done, and HOPEFULLY will continue to do!

    God Bless you! And Merry Christmas!

    Liked by 66 people

  6. FofBW says:

    Lies have many legs.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Former lurker says:

    Sessions, bright eyed and bushy tailed… A thing of beauty indeed!

    Liked by 10 people

  8. Big Jake says:

    As Hollywood said in TOP GUN: Don’t tease me.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. freddy says:

    It’s no longer good to say the DOJ will investigate this. WHO in the DOJ… what agents specifically. Are they Hillary operatives and Sessions tosses to them to investigate themselves and destroy any leftover evidence…Oh no Jeff we don’t get fooled anymore like you having Rosy investigate himself and McCabe and friends. No Jeff you need to be specific as I for one do not trust you 00000000 same with Gowdy…….Until that FBI and DOJ is cleaned out no investigation is worth a hill o’ beans.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Trumpcity says:

    Way to go Wolverine Katica!

    Liked by 8 people

  11. Minnie says:


    Katica, thank you!!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Pam says:

    If you’ve listened to the videos before, remember this, Mark Taylor has always said that the ones who scream the loudest (i.e. senators, house, former Obama officials) are the most guilty. I think at some point we will see the hammer begin to fall. I think the big question is when.

    Liked by 8 people

  13. Skinner says:

    Has any previous administration sanctioned an investigation on a prior administration?

    Because this is a big deal. Both in the size and scope of this nefarious Clinton deal, and the fact that Trump wants this investigated.

    Liked by 3 people

    • kiskiminetas says:

      This investigation will be on the deep state actors and their minions who were in on the coup to take down PDJT, cover for O’s unlawful acts/Hillary’s and others crimes against this nation, it citizens and the Constitution. Oh it’s coming baby!

      Liked by 2 people

  14. jakeandcrew says:

    Yesterday, the case against the Bundy’s is declared a mistrial; today, AJ Sessions begins an investigation into Uranium One. Was he waiting for the one before beginning the other?

    Liked by 6 people

    • G. Combs says:

      Tax bill passed??? I think that was what President Trump was waiting for.

      Liked by 5 people

    • deqwik2 says:

      Read carefully & you’ll see the investigation didn’t start today. The news just broke today. Seems the investigation was started a few weeks ago.

      “In recent weeks, FBI agents who investigated the case have been asked by Justice Department prosecutors to describe the results of their probe. The agents also have been asked if there was any improper effort to squash a prosecution, the law enforcement sources say.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • 4sure says:

        Doesn’t sound like a new investigation to me. Actually, it doesn’t sound like any kind of an investigation. It’s pretty clear that it is nothing more than:

        1. FBI agents who investigated the case have been asked by Justice Department prosecutors to describe the results of their probe. (Read slowly, please. FBI agents who investigated the case have been asked) “who investigated”, meaning past tense, as in the past. Not the present, not the future, thus no new investigation. Just describe the results of a probe done a few years ago.

        2. The agents also have been asked if there was any improper effort to squash a prosecution, the law enforcement sources say.” (also past tense. “Was there any” improper effort. )

        Now you would assume that if the FBI had been doing an investigation, that at least one DOJ prosecutor would have been informed and there would be no need to ask to see the results of the probe. Further, you would think at least one prosecutor would already know if efforts were made to quash.

        What this tells me is that the current DOJ is pretty damn in the dark about anything that happened in the past and have not taken any steps to find out what has happened. I mean U1 has been in the public news for a long time. Somebody has been asleep at the wheel in the DOJ. When my employees were sleeping on the job, I woke their sorry azzes up, and fired them on the spot.

        I don’t see any reason to get excited about this. When Sessions convenes a grand jury, and indictments are handed down and people are hauled away in handcuffs, and not afforded a government lawyer to defend them, I will get excited. Until then, pfffft

        Liked by 1 person

        • deqwik2 says:

          Truth is .. It’s not a new investigation. It has been investigated & someone went to jail in original probe. They are looking into it again due to new evidence.
          ” in a now dormant criminal investigation into a controversial uranium deal”

          It would be the same thing if they re-open the email investigation. You go back to the original people to start the fact finding. Part of the fact finding is finding out why they didn’t find all the facts to start with or who prevented those facts from being known.

          Liked by 1 person

          • 4sure says:

            I was making my response based on Based on what you initially quoted, which was: ” In recent weeks, FBI agents who investigated the case have been asked by Justice Department prosecutors to describe the results of their probe. The agents also have been asked if there was any improper effort to squash a prosecution, the law enforcement sources say.”

            From that quote, it sounded like someone in the DOJ was just trying to be brought up to date on an old investigation. Nothing in your original response gives any information re. a new investigation based on new evidence. I hope they have started a new investigation.

            Liked by 1 person

          • trialbytruth says:

            “Unringing the bell”

            Liked by 1 person

    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      With PDJT it’s always about the Timing …. one domino after the other and in precise formation.

      Liked by 3 people

  15. TwoLaine says:

    Bring in “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich” author Peter Schweizer. He broke it. Has he ever been interviewed about what he knows and who he knows it from?

    Liked by 5 people

  16. H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

    If Mueller becomes “under investigation” by the DOJ, does he legally have to recuse himself from participating in another investigation?

    Liked by 3 people

  17. sam says:

    Seriously, AG Jeff Sessions moved at the speed of turtle! 😦


    • joninmd22 says:

      True but maybe Ol’ Flash will get on the case now.

      We’ll see if he’s got any sand.


    • Sylvia Avery says:

      His mama read him the fable of the tortoise and the hare. Fortunately, the tortoise wins.

      Liked by 2 people

    • kiskiminetas says:

      Yes he just sits there and does nothing and Trump does not do anything about it. Sam if that was the case he would have been gone a long time ago. Do you even understand there was a purpose for Jeff to recuse himself? Trump had that all planned out, it’s what he does. Do you really believe it would be good for Sessions to just blast away at the start of this presidency? You do know what Trump had up against him don’t you? Both sides of the isle and the msm were against him. In that environment you have to walk softly and when the time is right you hit them with the big stick. That time has already started and Sessions is on the front line fighting. Just let it go with Sessions and all the others who have to come down on him. Nothing to see there but a man doing the job his President wanted him to do.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Maquis says:

        Thank you, Kiski.


      • G. Combs says:

        Given WHO General Flynn is and that he was with Candidate Trump from the very beginning, Stealth Jeff’s twitter thread makes the most sense.
        “The BEST cover story for your intelligence operation for people trying to sabotage you is one they would NEVER question because they end up being convinced the cover story is HELPING them sabotage you.

        Early on, you provided very good evidence for a theory that Trump during the campaign was being advised by a very solid group of military intel people highly trained in the art of MILDEC, “military deception”.

        So groundwork for a very sophisticated MILDEC-style operation was set while the Trump campaign was still in it’s early stages.

        Trump’s military spook advisors knew that the Obama/DNC/HRC nexus was using & abusing Law Enforcement Org. [LEO] & Intelligence Community [IC] apparatus in the federal government to legally & illegally spy on them….”

        The Rest: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/942867271009042432.html

        Liked by 2 people

  18. Justice Warrior says:

    We will Keep fighting for justice! There is no other alternative.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. Apollo says:

    “Congress can get, and see, those FBI preservation notification documents without redaction.”

    Well, let’s hope so. Not thrilled by the idea of DOJ stonewalling here.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Rip Tide says:

    I apologize for not knowing the answer ahead of time. I do not know anything about the unnamed informant. This information may have been discussed before I picked out my branch in the treehouse. Can someone point me to discussion or time-frame where said informant comes from?
    Thanks for any help to understand this part.


    • Angelone says:

      The informant and his attorney were the discussion for awhile on Hannity’s program. He was undercover in the FBI regarding Russian payoffs in the uranium energy sector! The DOJ suppressed his testimony and put him under a non disclosure even threatened him with jail time. The DOJ lifted the non disclosure but he has yet to testify. It’s been said he’s fighting cancer but he has documented evidence of corruption. I believe Sarah carter at axils did an interview with his attorney try searching for that (I’m on my cell or I would 🙂


    • sallyal says:

      I believe his name is William Campbell. He is supposed to testify before one of the committees but has been ill.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Firefly says:

        In one of Victoria’s interviews on hannity, Victoria said it was Weinstein who worked for Rosenstein who threatened him with “loss of liberty”. Grassley is big on the NDA not used to block anyone from reporting thru proper channels like congress/Senate.


        • Rip Tide says:

          Thanks Angel, Sandy, Sylvia, sally and fly for helping me get up to speed on the informant. Saved me a bunch of time, hat tip to all of you!


      • Janie M. says:

        sallyal, just read a recent article saying Mr. Campbell was undergoing a round of chemo-therapy. Will probably need some recovery time as I understand, the after effects of chemo are brutal.

        Liked by 1 person

  21. saywhat64 says:

    The stage is being set…

    Liked by 5 people

    • Blah. Blah. Blah.

      You win the Debbie Downer Award for today! 🌟🌟🌟

      No offense to any Debbies or Deborahs!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Yes, they are called SJW’s.


      • navysquid says:

        grandma…I hear where you’re coming from BUT I believe RET is correct that until I actually see some DEM being perp-walked I am on his side because frankly I am tired of being the puppet on the end of string manipulated by R’s in Congress having panels and committee’s on Benghazi, IRS, F&F, email servers, etc and show me one person that is sitting in prison from all of these panels? There isn’t one person.

        So, I love my country. I love my President, and I love the Treehouse, however, all of this is still a GAME to Congress until I see someone take all of Katica’s, Sundance’s, and our community’s comments here seriously and these perps are looking back at us through a steel door and eating three square meals a day. Sorry, if this is a downer…maybe it’s the DayQuil talking I’m on…lol

        Liked by 1 person

        • Alison says:

          You aren’t giving President Trump enough credit.

          Liked by 1 person

        • G. Combs says:

          Oh, it is a a GAME to Congress. HOWEVER it is not a game to President Trump or AG Sessions.

          Unfortunately for the Speedys and Chicken Littles, it takes a lot of time to get the DOJ attorneys and judges selected and confirmed by Congress.

          If you put your thinking cap on you can see some of the steps being taken.
          #1. Get at least some honest prosecutors and Judges in place.

          #2. CUT OFF THE MONEY.
          ♦️ AG Sessions beefs up enforcement of Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws
          ♦️ SEX TRADE – By November raids had netted 4,474 arrests that includes those trafficking children and young adults into sex trade/slavery. Out of these nearly 2,000 were in California alone mostly in the LA area.
          ♦️ DRUGS – The latest sweep in November netted 214 U.S.-based MS-13 gang members arrested and 53 members in El Salvador, the gang’s home base.
          ♦️ Saudi Banks Freeze 1,200 Accounts and Climbing
          Now we have President Trump’s E.O.

          #3. SHRED the reputation of Fake News and start waking up the Sheeple.

          Meanwhile you have to keep the Uniparty Swamp critters occupied AND KEEP their grubby mitts OFF THE INVESTIGATION!

          Liked by 3 people

          • navysquid says:

            G Combs…I understand all of the above of what you are saying…my business is the intelligence business, however, MS-13 and pedo’s are very important to remove, however, those specific groups do not affect our national security AT THE LEVEL certain swamp creatures do at the FBI, DOJ, and others that I am surrounded by…until those that have some leverage step forward and reveal what they know or information they have these swamp creatures will continue to obfuscate and cover their tracks and spin until we as an American people tire of it all and say just move on…this is their M.O. They follow this same pattern for decades.

            I DO trust Pres Trump but he cannot do it alone. I will be the first on here to praise AG Sessions once I see those people perp walking.


        • One word for you.


          We are in an all new ball game. There has been a paradigm shift. A sea change. Things will never be the same. Have faith.


  22. Craig W. Gordon says:

    Endless investigations that go nowhere!


  23. Chuck says:

    Looks like all of this will start to play out during the midterms.
    I wonder how many more retirements/resignations we’ll see in the next few months.
    I wonder if they will take down some of the DNC/Hillary/Clinton foundation donors with all of this.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Unfortunately, that FBI informant will most likely be dead before anyone gets around to him. He is already apparently too ill go before Congress. That is probably why it took so long for the gag order to be rescinded. They were just waiting for nature to take its course.


  25. Tonawanda says:

    And here I thought this post was a hopeful, uplifting indication of probable swamp draining.

    Silly me, I should have figured out it was a signal to attack Sessions.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Risasi says:

      No kidding. The apparently on the right we have our own group of permanently angry people. Never pleased about anything. Any more I’m all like:

      Liked by 3 people

      • kiskiminetas says:

        Exactly what’s with all the negative waves posted on here about Sessions? Why don’t they say something righteous and hopeful for a change about him and MAGA!

        Liked by 3 people

        • navysquid says:

          Just to be clear to all from my position at least…I am not attacking Sessions. I like him and voted for Pres Trump and the WHOLE package. Those that know my posting here know that…I am just stating that I hope things are different with him as I am tired of the dog and pony shows we’ve seen from our side and the D’s for the last couple of decades and no one is ever arrested and answer to justice.

          I will tell you as someone holding the clearances that I do, and just like the submariner who posted photos of his sub, I’d be locked up for the rest of my lifetime releasing intel that HRC, Comey, et al have and yet they are out tweeting, selling books, and taunting our POTUS. I’m just tired of the tiered-level justice system.

          Liked by 4 people

  26. Alison says:

    High praise to patriots, Sundance & Katica.

    (But WHERE are the white hats inside the beltway?)

    It occurs to me repeatedly, as we wade through this swamp, we aren’t fighting only our ‘elected’ Uniparty. We are fighting the Office of Personnel Management and the ‘human resources’ part of every gov’t agency.

    Ever tried to get a gov’t position? It was practically impossible before, and will be even moreso in the future. A quick social media search tells the Very Liberal hiring gurus whether an applicant is conservative. In addition, open positions are posted (per protocol) without any intention of EVER hiring an ‘outsider’.

    Not only that, but look at the lethal husband/wife Commie duos recently uncovered. How very incestuous are the higher ranks of cozy DC.

    I hope this is one of President Trump’s longer range goals – reforming recruiting & hiring practices that are bent so far left, applying is an exercise in futility.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Okay, guys – you need to get some project timeline, creation charting software and put all of these events into it This software is designed to present events based on a view-able and adjustable time lines.



    • sundance says:

      Let me know when you’ve got it set up on your website and we’ll share. Thanks.

      Liked by 9 people

      • You need a current project manager with access to the software, I am a old retired manager. Someone find Sundance some help? You all have connections, now that, you know, what your looking for.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Flight93Gal says:

        Isn’t there a timeline here already http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2017/12/a-timeline-of-treason-how-fbi.html. Oh wait, that’s FBI/DOJ not U1. Perhaps db will accommodate soon!

        Liked by 1 person

        • It a start in the right direction but what you are looking for is the presentation part of the software. It will creates a horizontal time of the events. So,to describe it simply, each event would be like a measure along ruler with an adjustable scale for detail that you can zoom in and out on for more and less detail.


      • Sylvia Avery says:

        It would be awesome if we had a Treeper out there with the software and the know how to do this and could share it with us.

        I am a big believer in timelines, Sundance. You have shown time and again what a story they tell.

        I can’t say it enough. Thank you for this site and your analysis. God bless you and Merry Christmas to you and your family.

        Liked by 4 people

        • I agree, Sundance, the best reporting, I have ever seen. And, likely the most important of this century.

          Liked by 2 people

        • wondering999 says:

          When I audited a community college project management class, they were told that the project management software was located on the college library computers.

          I am not working for the CC this term, but maybe someone else here has connections with a student who can get access to the project management software that way? Any relatives who are business students?

          Liked by 1 person

      • Scarlet says:

        Sundance, look. This is big.

        Here is their impeachment… Watch these and read for proof. But their world is going to collapse shortly. For real this time Deplorables. Trump is setting up the demise of the criminal swamp with this Executive order just signed today. How many know?…I just found it. Here are two links to share with all delorables. We have the day coming. First the video, then the Executive order. Read and then share with everyone.


        https://www.whitehouse.gov/… The actual white house order.


      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Looks like it is almost time to start trademarking. Then when something is stolen it cannot be changed and someone must pay…..like Rush or whomever 🙂


      • CirclingTheDrain says:

        Sundance, if you are seriously interested I have the servers, bandwidth, and ability to set up web-based project software. Let me know which software you prefer, if any, and I can do it and host it for you, gratis. PM me if interested. I’d appreciate being able to pay you back for the amazing work you do here. You’ve kept me sane since 2015.


  28. Victor Laszlo says:

    Sorry, but citing the NYT and Wapo doesn’t help


  29. Sandra-VA says:

    For all those who are bashing Sessions… stop. He was on the campaign trail with the Trump campaign. At every rally, a portion of Clinton Cash was read to the audience.

    It is all in the timing. Remember, his confirmation was contentious, he was FORCED to recuse from all matters related to the Presidential Campaigns (that is plural). The fact that he has found a way around that by reviewing the U1 investigation should be welcomed. Another helpful point is that the R’s seem to have unified around the massive Tax Bill that just passed.

    The Storm is just getting started….

    Liked by 7 people

    • Firefly says:

      Sessions is in it to get results ( prosecute) instead of theatre show like Gowdy. Sessions would not have written issued letter unless he had in his hip pocked enough evidence to warrant a special counsel to be appointed. Sessions is also up against lawyers. He wants to see what bs the fbi come back with. We’re all impatient.

      As a whistle blower, the fbi would not open an investigation without enough evidence to convict ( more than probable cause). The investigation inself just uncovers more nails for the coffin.That’s why it’s nonsense the dossier was sufficient.

      Liked by 1 person

  30. KBR says:

    In this, from yesterday’s Sundance article, the use of the preposition “OF” may be merely a poor choice of words, or a deliberate choice of a preposition that renders the sentence to have a double meaning.

    The investigation OF Mueller.

    Liked by 2 people

    • So this side can’t talk about that side and that side can’t talk about the other side so in the end no one is talking about anything!!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Maquis says:

        That’s the plan.

        Liked by 3 people

      • mimbler says:

        I actually don’t see the people critical of Sessions telling the Session’s promoters to quit posting positive posts about Sessions.

        The censorship dictates flow one direction.


        • Tonawanda says:

          NO one is promoting Sessions, and they are especially not saying “Sessions is great nah nah nah,” like little children throwing a tantrum.

          One side is saying: we don’t know enough to condemn this man, and there is reason to believe he may actually be doing what we want him to do.

          The other side is saying repeatedly, incessantly, Sessions is Forest Gump, he is a traitor who is planning to testify against Trump, and he is too stupid to understand the corruption or to do something about it.

          Liked by 3 people

          • 4sure says:

            Bottom line. There are two Session camps. And they can be summed up very easily.

            Sessions walks on water


            Sessions sucks.

            To simplify the Sessions discussion in the future and to save everyone time and anghst, let’s just agree to limit our thoughts re. sessions to those two descriptors.

            Want to support sessions w/a comment, just respond, “sessions walks on water.

            Want to denigrate sessions w/a comment, just respond sessions sucks.

            And we all agree not to argue about the comment and move on.


    • Maquis says:

      Mueller’s charter is so vague and broad as to cover any and all possible matters.

      So principled, these criminals that hide behind their “righteous” years-long investigations. Wonder if he said that with with the Lerner Contempt Pose.



      Liked by 1 person

    • Old Lady says:

      I wish there was an investigation “of” Mueller. But you’re probably right that it was a poor choice of words.


      • KBR says:

        Odd isn’t it. That attorneys of that stature, who depend for their livings and their stature, on getting just the right word in speech in trials, and especially on paper, should make such a poor choice…

        Thank you for understanding my point, though. Most seem to move right on by it, and I cannot help wondering, since it is so odd, whether that was planned to happen.

        Perhaps there actually IS an investigation of Mueller. Hard to tell. If so, later on, this statement could be utilized to say DOJ announced it not only to Congress but to everyone.

        Well. I won’t say more about it. Probably just a poor choice of words.


  31. Any good project manager would have the project charting software and know how to use it.

    Liked by 1 person

    • wondering999 says:

      Also, many business majors in colleges/universities have access to the software, especially if they are in a “Project Management” class


  32. I can see three – Uranium One Deal, Dossier Scandal, and the Iran Pay off scandal by Obama. Are these all the same criminals? Create a cross-reference table – people vs scandal name


  33. This would seem to be verification of the original suspicion regarding the missing emails, that is, they contained details of the pay-to-play schemes of the Clinton Foundation. That would explain how the content of the missing emails triggered an investigation into Uranium One. So all of the current “investigators” are in place to block investigation of themselves, since that is where the roads lead. The sheer corruption of the entire high level echelon of the Obama administration is stunning, even for a conspiracy nut (like me).

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  34. Sylvia Avery says:

    Listen friends, I am not at my best today. I’ve got a sinus headache that is killing me so I should probably refrain from posting because I may say something really stupid or rude without meaning to, but I’m all excited by this news and can’t seem to help myself.

    I’m thinking about the timing of this:

    1. PDJT and his attorneys have been saying confidently they believe the investigation will wrap up by the end of the year.

    2. Today comes the statement saying, “let’s just take a wee peek into this Uranium One thing and see if there is something there after all…”

    3. Tomorrow I think it is that PDJTs attorneys are meeting with Mueller regarding the Special Counsel investigation.

    4. Leverage, anyone?

    Liked by 1 person

    • waltherppk says:

      A guess would be that the guilty parties will come forward and confess during a brief period they are allowed to choose life and experience “legal justice” or in the alternative when that “amnesty” period elapses without action they will be as dead as Jimmy Hoffa.

      Liked by 2 people

      • phoenixRising says:

        Great…. I saw online somewhere that IG Report due out January 15, 2018


        • waltherppk says:

          There is probably a whole lot of “negotiating” off the record going on by people trying to cut deals nobody will ever hear about publicly.

          Liked by 2 people

          • scott467 says:

            “There is probably a whole lot of “negotiating” off the record going on by people trying to cut deals nobody will ever hear about publicly.”


            Dec 19, 00:12:02
            !UW.yye1fxo 121690
            House of cards.
            12 deals rejected (today alone).
            Panic in DC.
            TRUST SESSIONS.
            Enjoy the show.

            Liked by 7 people

            • woohoowee says:

              Reading through press releases on the DOJ website can leave one wondering if they need to hire alot more attorneys, b/c there sure are a bunch of crooks, scammers, pervs, drug dealers, thieves, etc. How do they keep up?

              Liked by 1 person

    • Craig Dominik says:

      I think (and hope) your are right. Mueller will see that “agreeing to end the investigation” is linked to “what actually will be found in the Uranium One investigation”.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mimbler says:

      For my first guess at this kind of thing, I like to see if there is something simple that explains it. And for me, facts in evidence would seem to explain what is going on:

      1) PDJT and his lawyers know who has been interviewed by Mueller, and they know how these cases work. When the big guns are interviewed, the case is wrapping up to a close.

      2) DOJ is peeking into Uranium One because they were directed to by Congress last month.

      3) With what is known about Mueller’s investigation, I would expect PDJT’s lawyers to be pushing Mueller to wrap up quickly, or at the very least issue an interim report, which would, of course, clear PDJT.

      So, all I’m seeing is kind of expected business as usual. But it is positive business as usual, so that’s a good thing!

      Liked by 3 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        I hope Mueller seizes on whatever he feels he can to end this stupid pointless investigation. If he tries to drag it out, it is just not going to be good for anyone.

        Or, as you say, issue an interim report that would clear PDJT. That would work.


        • mimbler says:

          Yes, either of those is what the country needs.

          I think he will do one or the other. If not, I really would have to suspect he is in it to cover up previous crimes,

          Liked by 2 people

  35. Summer says:

    The real excitement will come when the “investigation” finds no wrongdoing. Can’t trust the Swamp to investigate itself. Unless a miracle happens and someone with a death wish uncovers a big smoking gun, I have a feeling that Crooked Hillary is pretty safe in her pantsuit, and I don’t even mention His Untouchable Highness, Barry from Kenya.
    Not holding my breath.

    That said, I really admire Katica and wish her a merry and safe (!) Christmas.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Publius2016 says:

    For the me the question has been when did things get so bad between Obama and Putin? In the 2012 Election, Mitt identified Russia as our geopolitical threat and Obama laughed and said Mitt wanted the 80s back. Obama said he’d have more flexibility after the election. He’d already “sold” our uranium. Was he gaming Russia for Ukraine? Syria? Obama gave Iran everything they wanted too?

    Liked by 1 person

  37. waltherppk says:

    Maybe the reason Bill Priestap has been MIA is because he has been singing like a bird.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. phoenixRising says:


  39. deqwik2 says:

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  40. alliwantissometruth says:

    We have a media that keeps an eye on power? We have governmental watchdogs & investigators?


    That’s funny, because it looks to me the only ones really working to uncover this major “screw Americans” campaign is private citizens, with two of the best right here on this site in Sundance & Katica

    I’d say our media & government are a joke, but they’re not, because it’s not funny when the only ones truly interested in uncovering the truth are citizens far removed from the action

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  41. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    I so wish people could slow down to process the thought that what is actually happening is on such a gigantic level that to expect it to be all out in the open and just happen at the snap of a finger is moronic at best.

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  42. scott467 says:

    “Congress can get, and see, those FBI preservation notification documents without redaction. Congress could then interview the FBI special agent who was obviously in charge of key elements within the 2015 probe.

    Put the FBI special agent together with the unnamed FBI informant, question them, and discover what they know about the entire Uranium One deal – and there’s the road-map to tear this thing wide open.

    Any questions?”


    Why is Congress — which has no power to prosecute, convict and imprison anyone — involved in this ‘investigation’, and conversely, why is the Department of Justice — which DOES have the
    power to prosecute and convict — NOT involved in this investigation?

    Why does Congress investigate ANYTHING, when they can’t DO anything, no matter what they might discover?

    It’s akin to having the city council investigate a bank robbery, while the cops and the D.A. practice their sleeping skills.

    Liked by 3 people

  43. pam2246 says:

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  44. litlbit2 says:

    I hope the investigation also includes all MSM and script readers involved with the coverup the last several years of all the corruption. Without their support this more than likely would have never been allowed.

    To say they did not know would be a proven lie after the last few years of leaked Pinocchio episodes.

    Liked by 3 people

  45. woohoowee says:

    How did you get Holdup’s tweet? Last time I looked it wasn’t in his timeline. Maybe it was the wine? lol!

    Who approved releasing, for American viewing, the doctored and misleading video of Lavoy Finicum’s murder?

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Donna in Oregon says:

    Seems as tho the DOJ wasn’t in a hurry to address this National Security issue.

    The Senate never did anything to stop the sale of US Uranium. AG Sessions is late to the party, about 7 years too late.


  47. Scarlet says:

    Look at this executive order signed today. Very hush hush. Directed at Clinton, uranium 1 and Obama

    And a video breakdown

    Liked by 2 people

    • 4sure says:

      why wouldn’t it also apply to soros?

      Liked by 1 person

    • waltherppk says:

      So where is the Annex portion of the document that identifies the recipients affected by having their assets “frozen” and what will be the process for asset forfeiture?

      Without a specific list of names, the order is simply a shot across the bow “to whom it may concern” and has ZERO actual effect on anyone.

      Where’s the beef? Without the Annex identifying the affected, the EO is a nothing burger.


  48. hardworkingsob says:

    Never let a corruption/crisis go to waste. Big ugly timed for mid-term election impact.

    Liked by 1 person

  49. Firefly says:

    The deeper I read into the uranium one that a whole scandal unto itself. Here’s and excerpt and link one article that has a lot of detail

    The Obama administration placed Aimen Nabi Mir, former two-time president of the youth wing of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), into the top advisory position to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), a national security post at the Treasury Department.

    Aimen Mir was the CFIUS Staff Chairperson from 2009 until 2014. During that time, Aimen Mir played a key role in the CFIUS panel’s decision to approve the sale of Uranium One to Russia’s Rosatom. Mir also played a key role in the Treasury Department’s refusal to investigate the UAE’s Gulftainer 35-year cargo container terminal lease at Port Canaveral, a critical military infrastructure facility for U.S. naval and space operations. Both decisions severely damaged United States national security.

    Aimen Mir helped set the table for Vladimir Putin to seize control of over 20 percent of U.S. uranium and was part of the decision that awarded control of Port Canaveral’s cargo container terminal to Saddam Hussein’s rogue nuclear weapons scientist and designated Iraq War enemy combatant, Dr. Jafar Dhia Jafar. Dr. Jafar’s brother and business partner, Gulftainer co-owner Hamid Jafar, was under investigation by the Treasury Department and four congressional committees for his ‘Oil For Superweapons’ scheme in concert with Saddam Hussein.


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