The Mistresses of Mirrored Halls – Looking At The Corrupt DOJ Side of “Operation Trump”…

The leadership of the DOJ and the FBI are intertwined in the 2016 election operation to support candidate Hillary Clinton and defeat candidate Donald Trump. However, most of the investigative discussions center around the FBI side of the equation. There’s a good reason for that.

The FBI side of the conspiracy is pretty straight forward. FBI Director James Comey, FBI Asst. Director Andrew McCabe, FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker, FBI Counterintelligence Head Bill Priestap, and FBI Counterintelligence Agent Peter Strzok all played a participatory role in the Trump Operation.

The 2016 FBI counterintelligence operation was surveillance on the Trump Campaign and was thinly disguised under the fraudulent auspices of a FISA warrant, sold as a defense of U.S. democracy from Russia, which permitted the wiretaps and surveillance etc.

Two DOJ people (central to the FBI) relayed and acted as facilitators between the FBI side and the DOJ side: DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr and FBI/DOJ lawyer Lisa Page. Outlines of their collaborative efforts, and the trails they left behind, have filled the headlines recently.

On the Department of Justice side of the operation, specifically the DOJ leadership involvement, things are less clearly outlined. Again, there’s a reason for that.

The DOJ involvement surrounds legal arguments, processing of FISA applications, and use of the legal system to support the FBI with actionable legal framing (against Trump) mostly after their candidate, Hillary Clinton, was defeated.

In essence, in a bastardized manipulation of Law and Order, the FBI created disorder and the DOJ weaponized that manufactured disorder to launch a legal attack against their ideological political opposition, President-elect Donald Trump. Unlawfulness and Disorder.

However, to best understand the DOJ side, it’s helpful to look at a specific time, September and October 2016. That’s when the second FISA application was presented to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), using the information from the FBI counterintelligence operation (Steele Dossier etc.) as the basis for that application.

As of this writing the FBI and DOJ are refusing to answer foundational questions about that second FISA application and the subsequent FISA warrant that was used as a justification for the Wiretaps and Surveillance that began on the Trump Campaign.

The dates here seem intentionally cloudy because, according to James Comey testimony, the FBI counterintelligence operation began in July 2016, around the same time the Steele Dossier was given to the FBI and simultaneous to the first FISA application being denied.

The second FISA application was approved in/around October 2016. All current media outlines overlook the obvious question of whether the wiretaps and surveillance began in July 2016 without a warrant.

Given the nature of the illegality involved with the entire effort it would be naive to think the FBI waited until October for wiretaps to become legal when their own admissions state they began the operation in July, three months prior.

The story of October 2016 has more interesting aspects. But first, we must gain a greater understanding of the division within the DOJ that was involved.

The National Security Division (NSD) inside the DOJ was where all of the collaboration appears to have taken place. The NSD is a sub-division within the DOJ similar to the Counterintelligence Division within the FBI.

Using the National Security Division (NSD) inside the DOJ presents a specifically useful angle for the purposes of hiding duplicitous, unethical and unlawful conduct. Why? Well, here’s where the mirrored entry starts and also where it gets interesting.

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Responding to a 2015 request by the DOJ Office of Inspector General, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates told the internal watchdog they cannot investigate the National Security Division.

That’s right, there is essentially no oversight on any activity happening inside the NSD.

In 2015 the OIG requested oversight and it was Sally Yates who responded with a lengthy 58 page legal explanation saying, essentially, ‘nope – not allowed.’ (PDF HERE) All of the DOJ is subject to oversight, except the NSD.

The Department of Justice’s own Inspector General (currently Michael Horowitz who opened a January 2017 investigation into the 2016 politicization of the FBI and DOJ) is not allowed to investigate anything that happens within the NSD branch of the Department of Justice.

See the ‘useful arrangement‘?

Yeah, Funny that.

So it might not be so coincidental the players used on the DOJ side of “Operation Trump” all seem to come from within the National Security Division.

I digress, but remember, I said pay attention to the September/October 2016 time-frame.

DOJ Deputy Attorney Bruce Ohr was “demoted” in the summer of 2017 after the Inspector General discovered unreported 2016 contacts between Ohr and Russian Dossier author Christopher Steele, as well as contact with Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson, in October 2016.  [Also remember Bruce’s wife, Nellie Ohr, was hired by Fusion GPS in April 2016 to start the research that ultimately ended with the sketchy dossier.]

Also in October 2016, right around the time the DOJ lawyers formatted the FBI information (Steele Dossier etc.) for the FISA Application, the head of the NSD, Asst. Attorney General John P Carlin, left his job.

It would have specifically been John Carlin’s responsibility to ensure a valid legal basis for the FISA application submitted to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

Remember also, the July 2016 application was denied, a rarity.  Therefore, if the second application used ‘sketchy’ enhancements – for the matter of accountability it no longer mattered because Asst. Attorney General John Carlin was headed to the exits.

After NSD head John Carlin left the DOJ he was replaced with Acting Asst. Attorney General Mary McCord.  [*Remember this*]  Also note “Stuart Evans”.

Hopefully I haven’t lost you yet.

Summary of October 2016 so far: ♦Bruce Ohr is meeting with Christopher Steele and Glenn Simpson and not telling his bosses.  ♦The DOJ National Security Division submits FISA application for FBI use (likely using dossier). ♦The Head of DOJ National Security Division, John Carlin, quits.

Wait, it gets better.

I’m not making this up.

Immediately after the second FISA warrant is approved,… in the period where John Carlin has given his notice of intent to leave, but not yet left… Inside those specific two weeks,… On September 26th, 2016, the National Security Division of the DOJ tells the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) they have been breaking the law; and the NSD  specifically informs the court they have been using FISA applications to spy on their domestic political opposition.

Wait, what?

You’ve… just…. got… to… be… kidding… right?

Nope.  LOOK:


However, we don’t discover this September 26th 2016 DOJ admission until May 2017. That’s when the FISA court decision on the self-reporting was released to the public, declassified and we find the details outlined within the court ruling.

The NSD admits the details how, under President Obama, the Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch Department of Justice used FISA applications to spy on political opponents, unmasked conversations to discover content, and also disclosed this has been happening for SIX YEARS prior to the beginning of the July 2016 joint FBI/DOJ “Trump Operation”.

Now, SERIOUSLY, does anyone doubt what the October 2016 FISA warrant was about?

You can read the 99-page FISA court ruling above –LINK HERE– and you can watch the explanation of 99-page FISC ruling above as shared by Judicial Watch below:


Recapping September/October 2016: ♦Bruce Ohr and Peter Strzok are secretly meeting with Christopher Steele (Dossier) and Glenn Simpson (Fusion GPS). ♦The NSD is submitting a second FISA application to spy on candidate Trump. ♦The Justice Department National Security Division head announces his intention to leave the NSD.  ♦And the DOJ-NSD inform the FISA Court they have weaponized prior FISA warrants for political operations.

Now, retain your blood pressure and watch National Security Division, Deputy Asst. Attorney General, Office of Intelligence, Stuart Evans testify to congress on June 27th 2017:

Additionally, if I’m going to drag you into the rabbit hole where the corruptocrats speak in riddles – you might want to help me guess an answer this question:

@00:26 Who is: “I took a senior member of the National Security Division”?


The date Sally Yates is describing is January 26th, 2017 – when she went to see White House Counsel Don McGhan to discuss Mike Flynn’s January 24th ambush interview with FBI agent Peter Strzok.

My hunch is the “senior member of the National Security Division” was Mary McCord.

I seem to vaguely remember something from WikiLeaks emails about four political women who would ensure Hillary Clinton’s victory…




IG Stimulated Releases of Information:

♦Release #1 was the FBI 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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677 Responses to The Mistresses of Mirrored Halls – Looking At The Corrupt DOJ Side of “Operation Trump”…

  1. G. Combs says:

    Sundance says: “…Responding to a 2015 request by the DOJ Office of Inspector General, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates told the internal watchdog they cannot investigate the National Security Division.

    That’s right, there is essentially no oversight on any activity happening inside the NSD….”

    I went look and found the law updated version of the Inspector General Act of 1978 (IG Act), as amended, after the enactment of the Inspector General Empowerment Act of 2016, Public Law 114-317 (IGEA). via this site:

    It looks like the Attorney General has the power to determine who can and can not be audited. (I only did a key word search so may be wrong.) If I am correct. AG Sessions could have turned IG Horowitz loose.

    Remember the January 12, 2017 announcement was:
    “…DOJ OIG Announces Initiation of Review Department of Justice Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz announced today that, in response to requests from numerous Chairmen and Ranking Members of Congressional oversight committees, various organizations, and members of the public, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) will initiate a review of allegations regarding certain actions by the Department of Justice (Department) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in advance of the 2016 election…”

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act be cited as the ‘‘Inspector General Act of 1978’’.
    As Amended Through P.L. 114-317, Enacted December 16, 2016

    SEC. 8E. (a)(1) Notwithstanding the last two sentences of section 3(a), the Inspector General shall be under the authority, direction, and control of the Attorney General with respect to audits or investigations, or the issuance of subpoenas, which require access
    to sensitive information
    (A) ongoing civil or criminal investigations or proceedings;
    (B) undercover operations;
    (C) the identity of confidential sources, including protected witnesses;
    (D) intelligence or counterintelligence matters; or
    (E) other matters the disclosure of which would constitute
    a serious threat to national security.

    (2) With respect to the information described under paragraph (1), the Attorney General may prohibit the Inspector General from carrying out or completing any audit or investigation, from accessing information described in paragraph (1), or from issuing any subpoena, after such Inspector General has decided to initiate, carry out, or complete such audit or investigation, access such information, or to issue such subpoena, if the Attorney General determines that such prohibition is necessary to prevent the disclosure of any information described under paragraph (1) or to prevent the significant impairment to the national interests of the United States.

    (3) If the Attorney General exercises any power under paragraph (1) or (2), the Attorney General shall notify the Inspector General in writing stating the reasons for such exercise. Within 30 days after receipt of any such notice, the Inspector General shall transmit a copy of such notice to the Committees on Governmental Affairs and Judiciary of the Senate and the Committees on Government Operations and Judiciary of the House of Representatives, and to other appropriate committees or subcommittees of the Congress.

    (b) In carrying out the duties and responsibilities specified in this Act, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice—
    (1) may initiate, conduct and supervise such audits and investigations in the Department of Justice as the Inspector General considers appropriate;
    (2) except as specified in subsection (a) and paragraph (3), may investigate allegations of criminal wrongdoing or administrative misconduct by an employee of the Department of Justice, or may, in the discretion of the Inspector General, refer such allegations to the Office of Professional Responsibility or the internal affairs office of the appropriate component of the Department of Justice;
    (3) shall refer to the Counsel, Office of Professional Responsibility of the Department of Justice, allegations of misconduct involving Department attorneys, investigators, or law enforcement personnel, where the allegations relate to the exercise of the authority of an attorney to investigate, litigate, or provide legal advice, except that no such referral shall be made if the attorney is employed in the Office of Professional Responsibility;

    (4) may investigate allegations of criminal wrongdoing or administrative misconduct by a person who is the head of any agency or component of the Department of Justice; and (5) shall forward the results of any investigation conducted under paragraph (4), along with any appropriate recommendation for disciplinary action, to the Attorney General.

    (c) Any report required to be transmitted by the Attorney General to the appropriate committees or subcommittees of the Congress under section 5(d) shall also be transmitted, within the seven-day period specified under such section, to the Committees on the Judiciary and Governmental Affairs of the Senate and the Committees on the Judiciary and Government Operations of the House of Representatives.

    (d) The Attorney General shall ensure by regulation that any component of the Department of Justice receiving a nonfrivolous allegation of criminal wrongdoing or administrative misconduct by an employee of the Department of Justice, except with respect to allegations described in subsection (b)(3), shall report that information to the Inspector General….”

    I sure hope AG Sessions was able to turn IG Horowitz loose on the part of the swamp infesting the DOJ.

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  2. scott467 says:

    “All of the DOJ is subject to oversight, except the NSD.”


    That’s the Star Chamber.

    “The Star Chamber (Latin: Camera stellata) was an English court of law which sat at the royal Palace of Westminster, from the late 15th century to the mid-17th century (c. 1641), and was composed of Privy Councillors and common-law judges, to supplement the judicial activities of the common-law and equity courts in civil and criminal matters.

    The Star Chamber was originally established to ensure the fair enforcement of laws against socially and politically prominent people so powerful that ordinary courts would probably hesitate to convict them of their crimes. However, it became synonymous with social and political oppression through the arbitrary use and abuse of the power it wielded.”

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      The FISC court memorandum opened the door to this. The Trump admin should file:

      A (writ of) mandamus is an order from a court to an inferior government official ordering the government official to properly fulfill their official duties or correct an abuse of discretion.

      To the Supreme Court and have John Roberts hear the case because he runs the FISC court personnel selection and essentially oversees the operation.

      A good lawyer could make this work for President Trump IMHO

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  3. Nonlocality says:

    OK, I’m convinced that the entire government is a crooked money making-laundering snake pit. If POTUS is the one who truly reveals this, he will be completely isolated and out in three.

    This HAS to be done by the IG and Sessions!

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  4. mg says:

    The evidence of the corruption by the FBI/DOJ on behalf, first of Hillary’s election and second on preventing President-elect Trump from taking office and third, currently removing President Trump from office will be substantial. However, there will still be massive resistance to this evidence by Democrats and most of the media. There needs to be some Democrats of integrity (not an oxymoron) who will see these actions as treasonous and support subsequent prosecutions. If even something this serious and clear remains a partisan issue then the country is really in bad shape.

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    • Howie says:

      The whole scam is based on a so called Dossier that is mere hearsay and could never be admitted in evidence. It is a farce that was used so Sessions/Rosey/Comey could get Muelley in there to go after anything at all he could dig up on Trump friends, family, and associates. Nuke em’ the dare em’ to try and impeach. This has gone far enough. Fire all of them and keep firing down the line. I don’t like 3D underwater chess.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Mg, it would be great if there were “some Democrats of integrity ([yes] not an oxymoron)” left. Unfortunately, those with integrity left long ago due to the marxist lying and cheating in party meetings and blatant changing of the Party Bylaws to fit their power-hungry desires. The whole organization, on this organizational level, is a criminal cabal. No one with integrity could stay. Carter and Clinton laid the groundwork for the demise of a Democratic Party with some patriotic purposes.


  5. William Martin says:

    Many thanks to the seekers of truth on this forum.
    Can anyone here envision President Trump making a speech to the American people and the world where he announces the results of the IG investigation and reveals the past few administration’s corruption, bribery, blackmail, and threats?
    He would then list all the elected officials, corporate CEO’s, career beurocrats, media and Hollywood darlings, and various other billionaires in the swamp of corruption.
    The speech would take days to list all the dirty rats on their sinking ship.

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    • Howie says:

      Don’t bet on Horrorwits….not a dime.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Sometimes facts come out no matter what. We should watch what Goodlatte does with the documents. It’s perceptual so what the IG thinks doesn’t matter, Goodlatte may have a different opinion and vice-versa.


      • mimbler says:

        I’m actually optimistic about him, purely because of the info he has released so far. If I were a gambling man, I’d probably go for odds of 6 or 7 out of 10 that he is a good guy.

        We should find out shortly when he does the document dump. Will it be useful, or is it delivering the haystack to hide the needle? In electronic searchable form or paper? Complete or 99 percent redacted?

        We should know those things pretty shortly after the document dump, and that should clarify whose side he is on.

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    • brh82 says:

      If we were lucky, maybe a handful of people would believe that Trump Speech! Meantime,
      please could someone read this sentence sundance gave us and offer an explanation for what triggered the NSD to tell the FISC they were breaking the law: “On September 26th, 2016, the National Security Division of the DOJ tells the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) they have been breaking the law; and the NSD specifically informs the court they have been using FISA applications to spy on their domestic political opposition.”
      WHO actually told them and why?


  6. iwasthere says:

    “The second FISA application was approved in/around October 2016. All current media outlines overlook the obvious question of whether the wiretaps and surveillance began in July 2016 without a warrant.” <– "This" is what I have been saying for awhile. The second FISA application was a bold and desperate act necessitated make the illegal wiretapping – legal BECAUSE FISA WARRANTS ARE RETROACTIVE IN TIME, you can launder past bad acts via the FISA court.

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  7. JAS says:

    I might be a little thick when it comes to reading all those pages and pages of legalese but the impression that I git reading the material that they were/are trying to throw Mike Rogers (NSA) under the bus….


    • Howie says:

      Fire Coats first.

      Liked by 1 person

    • JAS says:

      It can be said that Obama was the one who ordered the declassification of the “upstream” queries that led to the exposure of American names, Trump, Et al.


    • Joshua2415 says:

      Mike Rogers warned Trump what was happening, and Trump is probably very grateful for that. Also if memory serves, Rogers (NSA) was the only one to not agree with the intelligence community assessment that Russian interference in the election was likely. He of course knew that the claim was bogus.
      I can’t bring myself to think of Rogers as a “White Hat”, because he apparently went along with this outrage right up to the point that Trump won the election. Which tells me that he thought using the NSA to monitor political opponents was OK, but he apparently drew the line at doing it to the President Elect. Seems a bit too self-serving to me.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Adm Mike Rogers did his job as directed by Pres Barack Obama. Military take an oath to follw orders and protect the Constitution. Adm Rogers expressed displeasure to the Commander-in-Chief in private, the way it is supposed to be done.
        Obama and Clapper et al wanted Adm Rogers fired.

        Adm Rogers went to see Pres-Elect Trump after the election, without authorization, as soon as PE Trump had a black box room (SCIF).

        What else would you have Adm Rogers do, short of resigning his career? The best way to change things is from the inside.

        What you think things are telling you are not always so.

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        • Lindenlee says:

          Sometimes it is better to try to work within the corrupt system, especially if you are trying to preserve your oath to the Constitution. I am doing that now on my board of directors. I ran and got elected to get access to the documents that would prove fraud and negligence. It is also a lot more work for me. But there was no other way. And it is highly stressful, always being sabotaged alongnthe way. And like our electorate, most of the unit owners don’t care that they are being ripped off. Sad.

          Rogers, IMHO, proved his loyalty by going to Trump when he did. It was the only moment he knew he would have for sure, and it “outed” him. I am grateful he stayed. White hat.


      • susan mack says:

        Rogers may have been afraid for his life or his family’s life….remember what has happened to others who have dared to cross Clinton and company..He wasn’t condoning but biding his time? Just a thought to throw out there.


  8. Howie says:

    DDD Report…..As DDD reported many moons ago it will come back to CrowdStrike. Ya have not heard a word about them for a long time for a good reason.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. JAS says:

    We should start talking collections to pay for freeway billboards of this picture:

    Liked by 9 people

  10. wholy1 says:

    I’m thinking that it’s time for USA “Gulag” system. FEMA camps within which all said associated “miscreants” are to be incarcerated and let alone to feed on/off each other, AFTER ALL their financial assets are returned to the Treasury. Individual camps for legal rats, child/human trafficking/exploiting perverts, financial fraudsters, enforcement knuckle-draggers, legisTRAITORS, etc.


  11. wholy1 says:

    Where the hell is Rosenstein’s mug?


    • 🍺Gunny says:

      They will be delaying again…and again…and again….. Still not one arrest, not onel
      Does anyone think they will give up the trillions of dollars at stake just because “we think we got em now”? Because we say contact Congress…maybe Congress will stomp their feet and get angry…maybe they’ll call out the rooster (Gowdy).

      Where…. is… the…. Attorney General?..And do not give me this underwater chess…wait for the IG report….or the inuendo’s on what Sessions is doing..

      Session’s should be goin 90 miles per hour with his hair on fire…even if it is arresting, admins, drivers,..pages…hey..get a couple of the least make em sweat..subpoena to get em nervous…put em under the lights.. They’ll start squealin like pigs..
      We all thought about impeachment if Muelly was fired….not now…fire Meully. We got enough to put em all away…..what more do we need?

      Tired of this crap…they will stretch it out till they find something or make something up.

      And if they make something up, the President will be impeached before we can prove it is all BS.
      I’m layin it on Sessions..If the President survives this….Sessions should be put in the unemployment line.. You see him in Congress…he is already hangin his head in shame.

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  12. fleporeblog says:

    WOW! First and foremost, SD has done an incredible job putting all of this together. Prior to reading this I thought I understood how demonic Barry and his minions were. After reading this and listening to the videos, my assumption was absolutely blown away! I truly believe that our Father intervened in this election. He made sure that our President would be at the helm. That is the only way these corrupt creatures of the Devil would be exposed and more importantly brought to justice while they remain on Earth. Our Father will make sure that they spend the rest of eternity burning in HELL.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Snow White says:

      Flep, you are so right. Only God’s direct intervention helped president Trump to win.

      Liked by 6 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      White hats intervened in the Presidential election. The future of The Republic was at stake. Enter God-fearing patriots who were digitally adept. POTUS must surely realize what’s happened to Roy Moore was intended for him also. If this Alabamian travesty gets to the point of VP Pence swearing Jones into office, we can all kiss our 2018, 2020 votes goodbye.


  13. Two Party Evil Money Cult

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  14. Red headed alien says:

    I don’t visit the Tree House often enough! My God you people are smart! If the NSD isn’t subject to any oversight (it took me a minute to digest that morsel), then how do we ever hold them to account for treason and sedition and stomping on our Constitution?

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    • thluckyone says:

      Redhead – you have just sparked a memory of something told to me back during the Nixon Administration. “Those unwilling to be accountable to the rule of law cannot expect to be protected by the rule of law”. Just the thought of that makes me want to run to one of my LEO friends and confess (to what, I have no idea). But even a cell is a form of refuge.

      There’s always someone faster. Always someone more capable. There’s always someone with better tricks up their sleeve and everyone has to rest sometime.

      There really is no place to hide.


    • Donna in Oregon says:

      We the people sue them, along with the FISC court for letting them get away with it. We want sanctions for the FISC court for dropping the ball.

      I think we can go straight to the Supreme Court because the FISC memorandum addresses the unauthorized spying on Americans by the Obama admin. They admitted to it so we don’t have to do anything. Plus we can’t address the FiSC court, but we can address John Roberts the USSC Justice that runs the FISC judges.


  15. ray76 says:

    Mary McCord teaches a course at Georgetown

    The co-instructor is Joshua A. Geltzer.

    Geltzer served from 2015 to 2017 as Senior Director for Counterterrorism at the National Security Council staff, having served previously as Deputy Legal Advisor to the National Security Council and as Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General for National Security at the U.S. Department of Justice.

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  16. President Trump has been in office for almost one year. Why is his Justice Department STILL acting like the Obama Justice Department? Surely they don’t agree with the lack of accountability of the DOJ NSD, especially in light of the malfeasance being uncovered. When is Attorney General Jeff Sessions going to come out with the truth and lay this all out????? You’ve got to figure he knows all of this!!! WHAT THE HELL IS TAKING SO DAMN LONG?????

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  17. itsy_bitsy says:

    I have known that this country is no longer the country my father died for, but saying that I am still shocked at the extent that our government has become corrupt. The shocking attempts to ignore constitutional procedures and force their own Marxist (and yes I do mean Marxist, as there is simply no other explanation for their behavior) attempts to overthrow normal and standard procedures to the point of actually breaking the law, in their attempts to destroy a Presidency they don’t want! I don’t want quiet resignations or demotions. I want JAIL SENTENCES and long ones at that!

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      I keep wondering why people are so shocked. All one had to do was to study O’s background, his environment and supporters in Chicago, his indoctrination in Hawaii and no one would believe that such a pure marxist-islamist (and stupid and ineligible to boot) could ever be put forward as a candidate for the presidency.

      All this information was available, as was Bill Clinton’s nefarious policies under the beautifully articulated guise of traditional democratic-liberal-American principles — equality of opportunity and backing for the.working man and woman in contrast to the massive privileges given to corporations.

      O’s nefariousness (plus no resume) was absolutely clear to anyone who had the will to look.

      And then on the other side were the One-Worlders armed with AGW.

      A pincer formation marching to destroy Americans, especially middle-class Americans, the American economy, all Constitutional activities and governance, and finally the American military.

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  18. D. Manny says:

    Okay. I’m biting. So much information to process….

    So we don’t have the FISA application, but it’s not like we even need it now.

    So they wiretapped an email address and a telephone number…..

    They were sandbagging the court, dragging their feet on answering the court’s questions….

    Processing, processing…chewing…processing…

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  19. waltherppk says:

    What was made public by Edward Snowden (and many others) is the reality of a NSA operated Global police state “spying operation” uses TOTAL megadata collection surveillance of not only US electronic communications but WORLD communications has for many years existed as an “eye in the sky” Planetary surveillance and data collection system which captures and stores EVERYTHING ….all traffic of whatever sort that exists on the planetary communications grid.

    The only “masking” of any actual sort is done by data encryption , and most of that can be easily defeated by the supercomputers that process the raw signals collected.

    FISA courts and “masking” are only things that are used as ruses and legal fictions for creating an illusion of privacy and for suppression of illegally capture communications from use in legal proceedings where the illusion of privacy is a “protected right”.

    The decrypted and collected raw signals intelligence as used by the NSA and other intel community agencies and foreign global “partners” has no “masking” applied to the data. “Masking” is something only added after the fact of data collection as an exclusion to be applied to data that can’t be used in a legal proceeding because it is data that was originally intercepted absent any legal cause or legal authorization.

    All electronic communications are captured and recorded, every bit of data on the internet and every wireless signal transmission. NSA could “instant replay” any communication on earth going back several years, and can subject any targeted time frame or other search parameters for sorting and analysis using supercomputers. Big Brother surveillance has been a reality for many years.

    Not only was Trump illegally wire tapped ….but so is every other person on earth.

    That is what “702” is all about, TOTAL planetary surveillance of everyone. FISA warrants and “masking” are simply pretenses used to give an appearance of legality and privacy to signals intelligence mega data collection where any idea of “privacy” that people may have is an illusion being patronized by what is in reality a global police state. Edward Snowden knows this fact, that a lot of other people are slow to figure out, because it seems like incredible science fiction for a police state dystopian future …..that actually arrived a long time ago.

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    • Red headed alien says:

      My blood is boiling and my head is about to explode.


    • waltherppk says:

      The sky is full of blackbirds, the orbital variants also, and has been for a very long time

      Liked by 2 people

      • scott467 says:

        The SR-71 Blackbird is a magnificent work of engineering and craftsmanship.

        Wiki says the government contracted to build it in December 1962, first prototype test flights began in December 1964 (two years from drawing board to flight!), and first international mission on July 21, 1967. The SR-71 reminds me of a mid to late 1960s Corvette made for the sky.

        Not just functional, but beautiful. And to the best of my knowledge, it has never been superseded in all the years since, for the purposes that it was built. The last remaining two SR-71 Blackbirds remained in service with NASA until 1999 (so far as we know).

        Liked by 3 people

      • scott467 says:

        “Blackbird” was originally a Paul McCartney / Beatles song (the ‘White album’, 1968).

        I have always liked this live version by Crosby, Stills and Nash, performed at the Los Angeles Universal Amphitheater, 1983. I had this show on VHS tape when I was kid:

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      This is how marxist exactness works — the party knows everything. Can we destroy that data and future data gathering, except on a very limited basis, today?


      • waltherppk says:

        Acres of server farms and supercomputer arrays are used to do the deed of planetary signals capture, archival and analysis. One NSA facility is in Utah, another is in Canada, another in England. And they all share the same mega data. If you send an e-mail or text or make a phone call or use google or do an online transaction ….it goes through NSA servers and is archived, scanned, and analyzed by layers of supercomputers that run keyword and pattern recognition looking for what profilers have identified as “interesting”.

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        • scott467 says:

          And that, ALL of it, is exactly what needs to stop.

          There is no human being who will ever rise to a position of power who can resist the temptation to abuse absolute power.

          Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

          Even if we have a ‘good’ leader now, we are never more than one president away from a ‘bad’ leader.

          And at this point in technological advancement, it will only take ONE ‘bad’ leader to usurp the entire nation. As Hussein nearly accomplished.

          And they are waiting to do it.

          They are in it for the long game. Trump has thrown a giant monkey wrench in their best laid plans of maggots and rats, but they will be even more ready than ever when they get their next chance.

          And they won’t make the same mistakes as they made last time.

          I hope DJT understands this. He needs to SHUT it DOWN, and come up with a plan to make sure it doesn’t happen again — for as long as possible.

          Liked by 2 people

          • waltherppk says:

            There won’t be any shutdown for reasons that should become obvious for what is a strategic global security infrastructure asset. The “minders and operators” might require some adult supervision.

            Liked by 1 person

        • filia.aurea says:

          I believe there’s also a station in Tel Aviv.


  20. Liked by 3 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      There’s the real problem, we should be opposing reuthorization of Section 702, rescinding PDD 62 & 63, and repealing the Smith Mundt Modernization Act, 2012. By modernization they meant allowing government propaganda to be broadcast/published in the USA.


  21. D. Manny says:

    OHHHHHHHHHHHHHH….light bulb has activated……wow. So we have our smoking cannon.

    Two weeks before the election……they knew Trump would win…….

    Oh, now Evelyn Farkas makes even more sense now……and the Bushes…

    Liked by 2 people

    • D. Manny says:

      That’s why Obama hired CrowdStrike, a weapon.

      Liked by 2 people

    • thesavvyinvester says:

      Where are you getting the 2 weeks and that ah-ha moment, what am I missing, Thanks in advance!

      Liked by 1 person

      • brh82 says:

        Savyinvester, I hope you’ll post the answer because you and i can’t be the only ones dying to know about the two weeks and the ah ha moment! Hillary didn’t call off the fireworks until the day before the election, and I wondered how she knew then. Maybe she knew two weeks earlier when she had the same ah ha moment.


  22. Donna in Oregon says:

    This 702 thing has to be reigned in. I know the APA was set up to protect citizens when Roosevelt first began creating this monster federal government we have.

    In the FISC memorandum they admit it. It’s already been litigated. We are the injured parties, the FISC court has merely acknowledged it’s failure. The Feds and FISC courts allowed the 4th Amendment to be violated. Acknowledging it is not sufficient. Saying “yes, we violated the Constitution” is not a remedy.

    I know that many Tea Party people and Trump supporters were singled out of the herd. Anyone that was a political enemy to the Globalist cabal. They happen to be alive and well if no one is able to put an end to their tyranny .

    Look at the website, all these refusals have been protecting names of people that were charged etc. That is not what this is about. Our abusers already admitted to what they did.

    Honestly I don’t care who sues them. I think it should be Class Action so no one is scared. We aren’t meritless, this is a violation of our Constitutional rights as citizens.

    Why not make it a collaborative effort like last night when we looked for names of the US DOJ Nat Sec?

    President Trump should sue them IMHO, but he probably can’t do anything to them while Mueller is gunning for him. Maybe we should stand up for our 4th Amendment rights by ourselves. I think as patriots we should defend the Constitution as best we can.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. MacKenzie says:

    I think that President Trump has several cases in the hole but he could play at various points. But possibly the greatest this is ability to declassify anything he desires, and releasing it to the public.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. waltherppk says:

    If NSD is Pandoras Box ….don’t open it ….burn it.

    Liked by 3 people

  25. RM says:

    Sundance, I have said this before: You are a masterful investigator of open source intelligence and you lay it out in a clear and concise way. I bow down.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. scott467 says:

    “[Also remember Bruce’s wife, Nellie Ohr, was hired by Fusion GPS in April 2016 to start the research that ultimately ended with the sketchy dossier.]”


    Note ALSO that none of these conspirators worked for free!

    Nobody thought it was worth their time or effort to topple the government of the United States UNLESS they were getting well paid to DO it!

    How much of the “trail” would have remained hidden if money wasn’t flying everywhere?

    $750K to McCabe’s wife (from Clintons to McCauliffe to Mrs. McCabe), who knows how much to (Whoa!) Nellie Ohr for her contract work, $12 million for the goofy dossier (payment split between the DNC, Clinton Foundation and Obama for America Foundation… I LOVE that, they’re ALL tied to it, lol!)

    You can’t ‘follow the money’ unless there is a trail to follow, and to quote Little Feat, the “money flowed like wine” (song: Dixie Chicken).

    They were all getting their ‘taste’ (Sopranos reference) along the way.

    Liked by 2 people

    • waltherppk says:

      Nellie Ohr could be a dual role CIA operative or other agency affiliated

      Liked by 4 people

      • filia.aurea says:

        Why is Bruce Ohr still in charge of OCDETF (Organized Crime Drug & Enforcement Task Forces) at DOJ? He was the single point of kibosh for Obama’s scheme with Hezbollah (Op. Cassandra).

        Liked by 1 person

        • waltherppk says:

          The cleanup crew has its work cut out for them after 8 years of corruption. It could overload the judicial system looking for “legal” remedy to all the problems that are going to have to get resolved as a practical security matter. Expect plenty of “out of court” and off the books kind of “settlements” will be done.

          Liked by 1 person

        • waltherppk says:

          It is likely that a few people are “in charge” in title only and have already been boxed and isolated, cut out of the operational picture, so that they are not effectively in charge of anything except awaiting their fate.

          Liked by 1 person

  27. jeans2nd says:

    Yates interview w/Anderson Cooper 17 May 2017.
    Discussing Gen Flynn’s “conduct” –

    05:43 to 05:53 “We were balancing that (notifying the White House) with the need of an investigative agency to be able to complete it’s investigation and not to have any kind of notification negatively impact that investigation.”

    06:24 to 06:30 “We were trying the balance a notification against an impact that it would have on an FBI investigation”

    0800 to 08:08 “I took, actually, the person who was overseeing this investigation, a senior career (emphasized “career”) official from the Department of Justice with me there (to see WH Counsel Don McGahn).”

    Referring to later that same day –
    23:59 to 24:11 “I was on my way to the airport and I got a call from my Principal Deputy saying he saw online on a news report that the President had issued an Executive Order with respect to immigration, and this was the very first we had heard about it.”

    —>>> “My Principal Deputy” “HE”
    all events occurring on the same day, the day the first Immigration EO came out

    One of these does not belong. Mary B. McCord was Acting Assistant Attorney General for NSD, and claiming the title of Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for NSD as well.? Bruce Ohr was Deputy Attorney at the time.?

    Continuing from 24:11 to 25:12, the White House had obtained an opinion regarding the Immigration EO from the DOJ Office of Legal Counsel. The DOJ OLC had apparently approved the EO, and was asked by the White House not to inform Yates of the EO (steup? Yates had been asked a question by then Sen Sessions regarding exactly this scenario in Yates’ Senate conf’n hearing in 2015). The DOJ OLC did not inform Yates; Yates was apparently blindsided (and yugely po’d ).

    Listening to McCord, McCord talks of national security, ISIS, and theft of intellectual property, and how the DOJ can interface w/companies and communities to aid in their local practices. Although still a swj feminazi, McCord nevertheless seems to be a law and order guy. McCord never once mentions Russia, from several vids from around this time Oct 2016 – Mar 2017.

    That said, after hours of listening to McCord, Yates (and Farkas), McCord is an SBD, very dangerous, imo (silent but deadly). McCord knows the law inside and out, but insists on enforcing the law according to how McCord interprets the law.

    “HE” “Principal Deputy”
    Hopefully you all have figured it out

    many other thoughst re: the 3 sjw feminazis mentioned above, but l8r, perhaps, not relevant now

    Liked by 2 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      Yates makes a point in this interview w/Cooper of mentioning that Comey used to be Yates’ boss, and now Yates was Comey’s boss. Yates also mentions intent re: Pres Trump’s first Immigration EO (there’s that word again).

      Makes one wonder, having listened to hours of Yates’ proclivity for sjw feminazi, demanding immediate obedience to orders, and revenge-taking, just who actually made those FBI decisions? “No reasonable prosecutor…” “no intent”
      And everyone well knew how whistleblowers were being decimated under Obama.

      Liked by 1 person

    • PgtSndThinker says:

      @jeans2nd, I see how it is confusing….could it be that we have an individual transitioning genders?


    • Charlotte says:

      ” The woman leading the Justice Department’s investigation of foreign meddling into the 2016 election and possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia has told staff members she will leave the department in May.

      Mary B. McCord has served at the highest levels in the national security unit, either as its leader or chief deputy, for the past three years. A longtime federal prosecutor based in Washington, McCord easily won the confidence of both career lawyers and her supervisors inside the Justice Department.

      McCord did not offer a public reason for her departure. In a message to her staff earlier this week, she wrote that she did not make the decision easily, but she concluded “the time is now right for me to pursue new career opportunities.”


  28. Barnman says:

    Been reading the comments posted and am impressed.
    I agree but have a slightly different approach.
    Most writers, perhaps all, want to start charging, arresting, hanging, etc. those accused of obvious crimes.
    I see organization charts with photos, positions, names and links to their crimes.
    Cries of we want justice.
    But working your way up the chart, one-by-one, may sound practical but clumsy to me.
    IMHO, get the ‘top figure’ first.
    Expose Obama. Release his papers, records, birth, transcripts, etc.
    Do not get into a mud-throwing contest with dept. heads & attorneys – he said, he did, everyone does, so what.
    Nope facts – just the facts. Can’t argue with facts. I think after that, the process will be a lot easier.
    Call it ‘Trickle Down Justice’
    Thank you very much

    Liked by 2 people

    • rmnewt says:

      Do you really think Obama is the core of the evil? Or is he just a pawn in the bigger scheme of corruption and abuse? I’d argue the latter and furthermore, Obama is out of power and essentially irrelevant.
      Even if we don’t get them all, the evil doers must see justice and shake in their boots for the rest of their lives. Now that would give them a little religion!


      • filia.aurea says:

        “Essentially irrelevant”? He lives a stone’s throw from the W.H., is leading a shadow government and stalking POTUS all over the world. While he’s freely preaching subversion, he is all but irrelevant.

        Liked by 1 person

        • rmnewt says:

          He’s a figure head I’ll admit, but a pawn of the deep state black hats. Take him out and they’ll find another pawn. Think about it, he’s a community organizer with a poor work ethic, the perfect puppet.

          Liked by 1 person

          • filia.aurea says:

            People are getting wise to the globalist tactics of division, black v white, rich v poor, men v women, etc. A return to the Constitution will cripple future efforts. Truth is being uncovered.


    • filia.aurea says:

      Music to my ears. Hang it.

      Liked by 1 person

  29. Howie says:

    DDD Report…..This is really funny now. The new leftist witness for the prosecution’ is an inmate….in a Russian jail. It can not get any better.


  30. scott467 says:

    “I seem to vaguely remember something from WikiLeaks emails about four political women who would ensure Hillary Clinton’s victory…”


    Criminal sexism.


    Women in positions of power, conspiring together to actually break laws and abuse their power in the basest, unscrupulous and iniquitous ways, in order to ensure a woman becomes president.

    Every evil thing they accuse others (men) of doing, they actually do themselves; hypocrites.

    And their ‘sexism’ is not an unconscious byproduct of upbringing in another era, or even a normal understanding of traditional roles for each sex, and not with any kind of appreciation for the value of the opposite sex; but their sexism is done with cold, calculated, premeditated criminal intent.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 🍺Gunny says:

      “But their sexism is done with cold, calculated, premeditated criminal intent.”

      And they not even good at it…every time after getting caught…it’s…ah…he grabbed my butt..ah he would not look at me…all he did was watch TV and drink diet coke…ah..I had on all these see thru dresses…and we got drunk and he embarrassed me by slapping my bottom…ah…he peed on me…wait…Hey Nelly…what did he do again? Hey, horse face…send a text…

      It’s like a Marx Brothers movie….


    • decisiontime16 says:

      The core of their belief system makes them capable of anything.

      Liked by 1 person

  31. The bible says “your sin will find you out” from Obama to Lynch to Comey to Clapper to Brennan to Priesthap to Yates to STROZK to Ohr to Rice to Baker to Mcabe to the NSB your time is coming.

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  32. HankM says:

    Sally Yates was oozing self-confidence and had a smug Gotcha smirk during her Senatorial screen test to the world. She seemed to be auditioning her superiority to her next potential employers.

    Whenever supercilious Sally felt the need to close down an uncomfortable question without an answer or to impress others and demonstrate her superior status (in her mind), she would proudly declare “That’s classified or I can only talk about that in a classified setting.”–where the lower classes of a few hundred million Americans are forbidden to attend. The excluded minions have to read (maybe improving now) the heavily redacted releases from the FBI and the DOJ or the fake and politically corrupted and distorted versions of events from CNN, MSNBC, the WaPo etc.

    Deplorables have FNC and the more inquisitive deplorables also check out CTH, Judicial Watch and other sources that diligently try to uncover the truth.

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  33. TSB a Vulgarian (old deplorable) says:

    Oh ye of little faith! DJT was elected / won last year at night but he was born 70 years ago and in broad daylight..His first years lesson has been Economics 101; GDP 4 % and rising ; Second Year to begin with Tax Bill ;supplemental study on Energy Cost GDP of 5 % and Golden Rule Study

    New Course 2018 ; Rule of Law 101 supplemental study, (Old Bull / Young Bull ) Let’s walk down there🤔


  34. D. Manny says:

    After processing this revelation yesterday, today it’s down to dissecting this information…

    WHAT: FISA COURT April 26, 2017, Memorandum and Opinion Regarding September 26, 2016, Submission and March 30, 2017, Submission…..

    Why is the Government an ex parte? Who is the “Government”?

    The original party(s) must be the DNI/AG. Who is the “Government”?


    • D. Manny says:

      2016-10-26 FISA Court grants extension
      2016-10-26 Ohr met with Christopher Steele to discuss the dossier.
      Boy, would I love to get hold of the transcript of those proceedings on that day…..


      • D. Manny says:

        I would bet my bottom dollar this is the first time the “DNI” even talked to Steele…ever….


        • D. Manny says:

          Under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), the U.S. government engages in mass, warrantless surveillance of Americans’ and foreigners’ phone calls, text messages, emails, and other electronic communications. Information collected under the law without a warrant can be used to prosecute and imprison people, even for crimes that have nothing to do with national security. Given our nation’s history of abusing its surveillance authorities, and the secrecy surrounding the program, we should be concerned that Section 702 is and will be used to disproportionately target disfavored groups, whether minority communities, political activists, or even journalists.

          Section 702 is set to expire at the end of 2017. The Trump administration wants Congress to make the law permanent. We strongly oppose those efforts and call on Congress to significantly reform the law, or allow it to sunset.


          • D. Manny says:

            Based on counting the redacted words, it’s either three, seven, or eight wiretaps were sought. It’s highly doubtful it was just three. Safe to assume seven or eight wiretaps were allowed. But it’s interesting to note that all 7-8 allowed the same methods, which would give them wide latitude to wiretap just about anything.


        • D. Manny says:

          The extension comes up for a third time, and guess who comes outta the closet again….

          2016-11-17 DOJ Ohr meets with Glenn Simpson/Fusion GPS at coffee shop to discuss dossier. The two were introduced by Steele.

          2016-11-26 FISA Court grants extension.
          So the FBI has a tele call with Steele. The FBI says, “Hey, we can’t verify anything on that dossier. Do you have any ideas?” Steele says, “Well, the best guy to speak to would be Glenn Simpson. He’s done the most research on it of anybody I know. That’s my source.”


          • D. Manny says:

            After the third extension, they know the Court won’t grant them another because there’s no evidence, so they just go ahead and issue their reports, as weak as they are….

            2016-11-26 FISA Court grants extension.
            2016-12-13 Last Intelligence Report of Dossier submitted by Steele
            2016-12-22 CrowdStrike releases its report.
            2016-12-22 FBI/DHS release report on Russian hacking.
            2017-01-06 Intelligence Agency Report released.


      • D. Manny says:

        Look who was an unwilling participant……

        2016-09-29 Harry Reid writes letter to James Comey regarding his fear of Russian interference in the election, based on meetings with senior intelligence officials.

        This was after the FISA court granted the wiretap and the FBI’s name was on it……


        • D. Manny says:

          And we believe the NSA was an unwilling participant based on two things: Rogers’ meeting with Trump and their lukewarm endorsement on the “Intelligence Report.”


  35. van winkle says:

    Lets hope as they work from the bottom – up they dont stop there, and prosecute to the top.
    Although something tells me that will never happen. They need to hold the hearings away from DC, say somewhere in the midwest in a ‘red’ state.


  36. D. Manny says:

    “Given the nature of the illegality involved with the entire effort it would be naive to think the FBI waited until October for wiretaps to become legal when their own admissions state they began the operation in July, three months prior.”
    2016-09-26 Temporary FISA warrant issued……..

    Hmmmm, Manafort, Gates, and Papdopoulos had already been gone from the campaign at this point, so the wiretaps could not possibly have been about them, unless they lied to the Court by saying they were still with the campaign.


  37. CM-TX says:

    (APR 2017)
    | The Washington Post reported last week that *DOJ’s national security division*, along with the *FBI,* obtained a warrant from the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court last summer to wiretap *Carter Page*, a one-time adviser to Donald Trump’s campaign. |

    (Also from above Article)…
    | *MARY B. MCCORD*, who has been helping oversee the Justice Department’s probe into Russian interference in the presidential election, is stepping down …

    McCord is a career civil servant who became acting assistant attorney general in charge of the national security division in October, when *John Carlin*, an Obama appointee, resigned. In that role, McCord was responsible for counterintelligence and counterterrorism investigations at Justice. In his testimony before Congress, FBI Director *James Comey* described the Russia probe as “a counterintelligence investigation” and said it would “include an assessment of whether any crimes were committed.”

    “Any major investigation related to counter-intelligence or cyber-related counter-intelligence would fall under Mary’s leadership,” said *Luke Dembosky*, who served as deputy assistant attorney general at the national security division until last spring. |


    • CM-TX says:

      Interesting Prior position of Luke Dembosky/Dembowsky -2012…


      Luke Dembosky is a cyber crime prosecutor based at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Russia, where he serves as Resident Legal Advisor.  In this capacity, Dembosky represents the Justice Department to Russia on matters of transnational crime, including cyber crime, and works with Russian law enforcement and other government officials to build cooperation between the two countries.  Dembosky has served for many years as a member of the Department of Justice’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property (CHIP) network of federal prosecutors. |


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