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

  1. floridahoosier93 says:

    Gee. When did all these people have time to actually perform real law & order and true national security functions?

    Liked by 19 people

  2. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    After Sally Yates was fired, and AG Sessions and DAG Rosenstien took over the DOJ-
    it was up to them to decide to push aside yates determination to block the OIG and thus allow OIG access to all information they requested… yes?

    if so, then it is possible that IG Horrowitz has all the originally requested of yates?

    Is there anyway to research this possibility?

    Liked by 6 people

    • YATES WAS FIRED then acting AG Dana Boente (who Obama attempted to remove from the line of succession on JAN 13th but was reinstalled into line by TRUMP) was in charge from Jan 30 – Feb 9th – HOWEVER Boente was the Deputy AG (and because Session recused was the ACTING AG IN ALL THINGS RUSSIAN) from Feb 9th until April 28th when he became ACTING AG for the FISC courts also overseeing the Russia investigation… Preet Bahara was discovered to be a material witness which is why he had to leave the office, WHY HOW WHAT? Preet allowed Natalia V (Russian atty of Trump tower meeting FAME) into the country after she was denied entry, thereby placing him directly into the stream of ILLEGALITY.

      Liked by 3 people

      • brh82 says:

        Preet Bahara was the ONLY holdout when the President asked for the resignation of everyone in that department, which was a common occurrence with the transfer of power. Trump had to fire Preet, and Preet went to work as a big wheel in NYC with a vow to take down the President. At the time, and still to this day, I wonder why more departments weren’t asked for their resignations.


  3. LBB says:

    Yates and McCord are still working together. This one regarding the “Money Bail System” (ha)

    Snip (Nov 2017)

    “Former Acting Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, currently a distinguished lecturer at Georgetown Law, along with current sitting District Attorneys Mark Dupree (Kansas City, Kan.), Stanley Garnett (Boulder, Colo.), Mark Gonzalez (Corpus Christi, Texas), Christian Gossett (Winnebago County, Wisc.), David Soares (Albany, N.Y.), Raúl Torrez (Albuquerque, N.M.) and Cyrus Vance (New York County, N.Y.), State Attorney Marilyn Mosby (Baltimore, Md.), and Prosecuting Attorney Carol Siemon (Ingham County, Mich.), and former Police Chiefs William Lansdowne (San Diego and Richmond, Calif.) and Brendan Cox (Albany, N.Y.) are among the signatories to the amicus brief filed Monday in Maurice Walker v. City of Calhoun, Georgia, a class action suit now pending before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.

    “A bail system that indiscriminately jails indigent individuals charged with misdemeanors based solely on their economic status while immediately releasing those who can afford to post a bond is inconsistent with our country’s promise of equal justice,” Yates said.

    The brief was drafted by ICAP Senior Litigator Mary McCord, who served for 20 years as a federal prosecutor and was Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security before joining the Georgetown Law faculty. In August, ICAP filed a similar amicus brief on behalf of prosecutors in ODonnell v. Harris County, a suit challenging the money bail system in that Texas county.”

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  4. Proud American from Texas says:

    PDJT can de-classify enough of the material needed to slam this investigation shut, I would think.
    Why hasn’t he done this already?


    • trapper says:

      You have to get ALL the sealed indictments issued so you can scoop all of them up on the same morning. Then the docs can be declassified.

      Liked by 8 people

    • H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

      As Trapper says below, he wants to scoop them all up at once. The only drawback in waiting is Mueller may strike first charging Donald, Jr. or Kushner or someone close like Hicks with a process crime. I believe when the loyalists (ha-ha-ha) in the DOJ/FBI start indicting/charging the “corrupted ones” – Mueller’s investigation will be OVER.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Oldschool says:

        We are not going to re-enact the Godfather baptism scene on steroids. Gratifying but magical thinking.

        At some point, imo, we are going to have to swallow and digest this distasteful reality.


        • TPW says:

          Swallow…. my big behind…….if they don’t get indictments of big fish then it is over for the republicons in 2018. It will take a big revelation BIG NEWS and BIG RESULTS (indictments) to get the low info voters out to vote in 2018 to retain the motor behind the MAGA train…….I hope and pray Sessions realizes this and if he doesn’t Trump demands this. At the beginning Trump said he was willing to let (IT) go if everyone would play nice……remember the statement he made about not wanting to take the Hillary thing further……Well now he should realize they weren’t and never will play nice …..and realizing the magnitude of corruption… he has to put an end to all the corruption. They will never keep their seats in 2018 and everything Trump is doing will be for naught if Trump/Sessions does not prosecute them all …top to bottom. MY 2 Cents.


          • CleanhouseinDC says:

            Many high info voters won’t vote for Repubs because they are doing nothing to support the president or our agenda regardless. It will take the Repubs getting on board and actively working for the Presidents agenda, along with signs that Justice is equally applied in order to drive folks to vote FOR the Repubs. It already seems like they are trying to sweep things under the rug. If there is no progress on resolving the illegal activities that some of these folks have done and bringing them to justice, the Repubs are toast.


            • Remington..... says:

              Clean….and the best part the repubs don’t give a crap. It’s all by design. A stinkin’ Kabuki dance.Mistake to think repubs – think Uniparty.

              Liked by 1 person

      • Uncle Max says:

        H&HC… Mueller is beyond converged now to charge anything. Seriously. The press may whine and the Democrats lie, but I think enough doubt is out there, that no Federal Judge would allow anything to come of any of this. The plea deals of Manafort and Flynn will likely be thrown out whenever the respective legal teams get their paperwork filed.


    • Oldschool says:

      My question too proud.


    • Matt Hay says:

      The declassification of the FISA Application hangs like the Sword of Damocles over this whole scheme. Its declassification is the ultimate “Trump Card” (pun intended), and these swamp creatures know this.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Tonawanda says:

        Yes, it has been hanging out there for a while now.

        The warrant is an easily understood, single fact which would shake up the Narrative landscape a lot.

        We are assuming the dossier/warrant link is true. If true, it is explosive.

        So the timing of this revelation is important.

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        • G. Combs says:

          The other option is the College Professor (Hillary donor) who some how found that a computer in Trump Tower was communicating with a Russian bank.

          The bank BTW is now suing.
          Russian Bank Accused of Trump Connection Tries to Clear Name by Pressuring U.S. Computer Researcher

          The Intercept is the rag that erupts with Trump hatred (and lies)

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          • V says:

            TKU for that link. It linked to a 1 Nov 2016 article written right after Slate’s 10-31-16 and reveals really interesting info:

            “The Intercept (and other outlets) were presented with three documents: an academia-style white paper about the server, an analysis of that white paper, and a sprawling dossier on Alfa Bank. The author of the analysis paper refused to comment on the record or allow his name to be published. Both Tea Leaves and the analysis author said they did not know who wrote the other documents, and would not say how they obtained them. Professor L. Jean Camp, an esteemed computer scientist quoted at length in the Slate piece and also interviewed by The Intercept, said she knew the author of the Alfa Bank document — compiled with the exhaustive detail of a political oppo team, not a university researcher — but would not reveal who it was. Tea Leaves himself told The Intercept that he had to keep his identity and methods secret because “I run a cybersecurity company and I do not want DDOS and never have we been DDOS, nor do I want other attention.” ”

            Wow. Looks like Fusion GPS/Steele might be the facilitator/author of the “sprawling dossier on Alfa Bank.”

            Hope Alfa Bank and their lawyers Kirkland & Ellis know about the exposing of Tea Leaves as April Lorenzen.


    • Donna in Oregon says:

      I think it’s because he is up against the Globalists (the world). It isn’t just our government there has been “collusion”

      3. Intelligence agencies in Europe and among our so-called Five Eyes partners— Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom—had evidence of suspicious Trump interactions in 2015 and 2016. What triggered them?

      News reports have indicated that the first alerts to the US government of suspicious “interactions” between Trump associates and people associated with Russian intelligence came from European intelligence partners in late 2015

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  5. trapper says:

    It’s referred to in the document as “US-person queries of upstream internet data.” What’s that? Well, the NSA scoops up everything that passes over the internet. Everything. What NSA analysts were doing was searching for US-person names (itself a no-no) that went beyond “to” or “from” and included “about.” They were using specific names of US persons (not supposed to do that) to search their scooped up internet data for every email or other internet communication that was to, from, or that included any INTERNAL reference to that name.

    It doesn’t specifically say, but my question on this is: do they have voice transcription software that allows them to search for spoken references, for example references contained in scooped up and stored skype conversations? Oh, and any organization that stores its records remotely on a server transmits them to that server over the internet, don’t they? Oh, and documents stored on the cloud? Scooped and searchable.

    The document doesn’t say, but the ultimate question is this: what US-person names were they searching? One thing if it was an American whom they knew financially supports international terrorism, but quite another if they were searching “Donald Trump.”

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    • rmnewt says:

      Or how about “John Roberts.” How often did we sit and wonder why people in key places like the Supreme Court voted or acted in a way very different from their supposed principles? Roberts support for ACA was a crucial vote so was he blackmailed into seeing things Obama’s way?
      The follow-on investigations need to focus on what they did with the information obtained. We know what they did with the IRS and now that there has been an apology all is well. Hardly, the harmed public had to put up with another 4-years of Obama’s criminal enterprise.
      Did these government investigators put the screws to Roberts for the ACA case in the Supreme Court or did they pressure other key officials for other Presidential priorities?
      As has been said, the ends justify the means so it is necessary to understand what ends they sought and rectify those results.
      Not to harp on the Affordable Care Act and the Supreme Court’s support of it as a tax, had that gone the other way we’d not be sitting under the cloud of ACA now. So if there was some skeleton in Robert’s closet, and they found them via this type of program, then pressured him to swing the vote, wouldn’t things make more sense? Scary

      Liked by 9 people

    • YES they do,… BINNEY stated there are words which will get your conversations reviewed.


  6. Ditch Mitch says:

    SD, does this change Priestap’s roll in all this?


  7. freddy says:

    Sometimes I hear Judy Miller on FOX and think ….she won a pulitzer…an airhead like that when I read articles here and this group is especially good and personally I think the CTH should have a mantle full of journalistic awards ….. I really enjoy reading these details like a novel and I must thank all of you for uncovering so much truth here……

    Liked by 12 people

    • boogywstew says:

      In a more perfect world this gentleman, “Sundance”, would be in the running for a Pulitzer Prize! He’s deliberate, even keeled, logical, intelligent and extremely well spoken. He comes across to me as a “gentleman” in all the best senses of the word.

      Liked by 6 people

    • decisiontime16 says:

      Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize also.

      Winners of Pulitzer Prize 2017 include:

      National Reporting: David Fahrenthold, The Washington Post.
      International Reporting: The staff of The New York Times.


  8. Bulldog84 says:

    The FISA court order says “the government orally apprised the Court” of the non-compliance with minimization procedures, aka illegal spying. Who blew the whistle? Was Carlin the whistleblower — is that why he left? Or could it have been someone else not in DOJ, and did Carlin therefore leave involuntarily?

    Was Yates being terribly naive in informing Pres. Trump that they had been illegally spying on Flynn? Did she not realize that his team would appreciate the gravity of her admission? It’s difficult to believe she was being transparent, given her subsequent disobedience to the travel order.

    So many questions.


    • V says:

      IIRC from quickly reading the 99 pages of the FISA Court’s Memorandum Opinion and Order by Presiding FISC Judge Rosemary Collyer of 26 April 2017, there was an affidavit by Adm Michael Rogers. Ah, found it – Pg 10, Footnote 10. He filed amended affidavits in connection with the March 30, 2017 Submission.


    • frank field says:

      2 Scalps:
      1. Flynn
      2. More leverage/Info to ensure Independent Coun

      DRAIN IT


  9. The Boss says:

    I’m not certain about FISC procedures regarding declassification of rulings. Interesting though how this little 99-page nugget was declassified about the same time one Robert Mueller started his dog and pony show. It’s also interesting how the existence of this document is now a bit more known. Something is rolling downhill, and it’s not snow.

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  10. Crawler says:

    SIX YEARS? Well, that certainly explains what happened to Sharyl Attkissson & James Rosen, eh?

    I’d love to see my dream come true in the near future: watching Eric Holder perp-walked out of a federal courtroom in leg irons and handcuffs…along with the rest of his corrupt and ill-ideological cabal.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Totally agree, I need to see some perp walks.


    • Oldschool says:

      IWould too,but not ever gonna happen, ever.


      • Good grief. Negative…negative…negative. Comment after comment…NEGATIVE.

        If everybody thinks like that…it never will happen.

        Liked by 7 people

        • Oldschool says:

          I don’t posess that type of power. I am a realist, not a cheerleader. If you think for one moment that the first black AG or the first black POTUS is going to be perp walked in this divisive identity racist environment, please. Call me whatever you want, that will never happen, no matter what they did. Not negative, a more likely than not point of view.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Tom22ndState says:

            Perhaps he won’t be publicly shamed, but he is headed for indictment when/ if his actions are exposed to the public.

            This all amounts to treason.


          • b0yzero says:

            Your’e not a realist, Oldschool, you’re a cynic who lacks faith and vision.

            Liked by 2 people

          • I DID NOT see Obama, Holder, or Lynch even being charged for anything at one time…(because of their race and “keeping the peace”) however the longer this drags out the closer I see Obama getting to the gallows.
            I initially thought Holder would walk even though he was held in contempt of congress (not so sure any longer, he really stepped in it by running his mouth about firing Mueller), Lynch is without doubt guilty of OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE and confirmed as testified to under oath by: COMEY. After reading Dana Boente’s statements in early January 2017 and knowing he prosecuted the Gov of VA and the congressman from Louisiana with 50k in his freezer for corruption and violations of oaths of office I feel relatively sure Justice will be meted out by revealing the truth about govt activities and abuses which are abhorrent to the Constitution.

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          • Sadly as much as I long to see it, I believe you are probably correct Oldschool. Maybe the critics are correct. There is a dual system of justice – one for high tone blacks and one for the rest of us.

            Liked by 1 person

          • BS. Call you whatever I want? Whenever somebody makes several comments in a row on the same thread that are nothing but gloom and doom without substance…well, many of us would call that trolling…not a point of view.


        • I agree. Winning is an attitude as much as anything else. Your mind closes to rational thought and effective action when you bog it down in negativity.

          Liked by 5 people

          • Orygun says:

            No goal was ever attained by starting with the premise of failure.

            Liked by 5 people

          • Oldschool says:

            Believing we are going to see Holder perp walked is Rational thinking? I want to believe that, make a rational argument, based on facts to convince me. I sincerely want to believe that arrogant POS will be perp walked. Please convince me.


            • Is it not rational to believe that you are currently aware of all the deeds and nature of the deeds of Eric Holder or anyone other than yourself. It is not rational to believe that nothing changes or that you personally know the mindset of individuals other than yourself. It is not rational to complain constantly and exude an air of hopelessness and helplessness regarding your situation – you have no reason to live or carry on if you have no hope. Look to Trump for an impressive example of the power of positive thinking. MAGA is about hopefulness and positive action period.

              Liked by 9 people

            • AZ18 says:

              IMHO I don’t believe it’s possible to “convince” you. I scroll past your comments because of the negativity and your frequent request to be “convince” then your follow up that you support MAGA. That is my reality of your post pattern.

              Last night when SD asked for assistance with research you responded with the comment “what a dog and pony show”. Why did you even post that opinion? To ridicule your fellow posters and SD? To belittling those of us who wanted to help? To demean those who still have faith and belief in President Trump and his team that maybe this time it will be different?

              I am very realistic as well. It will take hard work to take our corrupted country back. I am not willing to give up on taking America back.

              I wish you a very Happy New Year and indictments all around. MAGA

              Liked by 6 people

        • CleanhouseinDC says:

          Many of us have watched as the elitists in our government have been allowed to play by a different set of rules for a very long time. More often than not, the violations and crimes have been chucked down the no-memory hole, or swept under the rug. The way they have operated is by dragging things on and on until it’s forgotten or is ‘old news’.

          We’ve already seen and heard the DOJ declare that they would not pursue and charges against Lois Lerner (of weaponized IRS leadership fame), even though there is clear evidence that the IRS acted wrongly and intentionally. But she sure is still collecting her taxpayer funded pension and benefits. We’re seeing lots of government pukes (elected officials and public “servants” running out the door, collecting their taxpayer-funded benefits, even though they participated In obviously illegal activities, we have yet to see any charges.

          There is NOTHING that any of us want to be other than wrong about this, however, there is nothing we’ve seen so far that indicated it is going to be different. I’m i. The front of the line wanting to have to eat crow about this. Even have the salt, pepper and garlic ready. But I’m also not expecting to have to eat crow. There is a slew of indictments filed in the system? Until they are opened, we don’t know that it is any of these slime, or a bunch of nobodies anyone has heard of that could be gang members, perverts, or who knows what. We don’t know they are or aren’t anyone or anything that proves one side or the other right. personally, after everything we’ve experienced, it seems pretty Pollyanna to me to expect anything different.


          • frank field says:

            Perhaps Trump will declassify a HUGE dump of documentary evidence so individuals in the public sector can sue and pressure our government representatives.

            DRAIN IT


          • Not true that we have not seen anything to indicate that this will be different. What a load of horse puckey!

            How can you say that if you read CTH every day? I come here because I read things here that DO BRING ME HOPE that things will be different this time. The Age of Trump is a new era.

            I look at it like this…after the last year the way he and his family and his brand has been under constant attack…I do not see President Trump just simply allowing these criminals to get away with their treachery.


    • maggiemoowho says:

      Obama used the Espionage Act to spy on reporters and prosecute leakers. Obama and his crooked administration probably spyed on everyone who didn’t support him.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Tonawanda says:

        This is highly plausible.

        It would not surprise me if there is a database of names for those who would be required to attend re-education camps. This is just how communists like BO and Hillary do things.

        If Hillary was elected, all things were possible.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Risa says:

          Hillary did say believers would have to alter their religious beliefs to align with the Left. When she said that, a vision of reeducation camps came to my mind.

          For most of my adult life I have lived with the fear HIllary would be President. It seemed inevitable because of how ignorant many voters are. Now,each morning when I wake up and remember that evil woman lost and that we “deplorables” put DJT in the White House, it gives me hope that this country can be saved.

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  11. David Laird says:


    thanks for all you do This might be the meeting that started everything. Credit to George Webb and other researchers

    April 25 2016 James Baker and other lawyers meet in White House for long meeting

    May 2 James Comey letter to free Hillary is first drafted

    Look how many times James Baker visted the White in 2016 compared to other years and the other attorney’s in that meeting. I believe these are the DOJ attorney’s you are looking for

    Tashina Gauhar Us Dept Of Justice Nat’L Security Div

    Iris Lan DOJ lawyer

    Alan Z. Rozenshtein DOJ Lawter

    John T Lynch U.S. Dep’T Of Justice, Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section

    John B Wiegmann Us Department Of Justice

    Trisha B. Anderson

    The Attorney General’s Award for Outstanding Contributions by a New Employee recognizes exceptional performance and notable accomplishments towards the department’s mission by an employee with fewer than five years of federal career service. Recipients are, Kenneth Moore, Senior Correctional Officer, Federal Correctional Complex, Coleman, Fla.; Aaron J. Mango, Assistant U.S. Attorney, White Collar and General Crimes Division, Western District of New York; Catherine Anne Chess Chen, General Attorney, Office of the FBI General Counsel; Trisha B. Anderson, Attorney Adviser in the Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel; Zana M. Scarlett, Trial Attorney, Miami Office, Executive Office for U.S. Trustees.

    Norman C. Hardee DC lawyer

    sorry about the links not clickable not sure why.

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  12. NC Nana says:

    Sundance, the article below confirms your suspicion that Mary McCord was the senior official with Sally Yates at the McGahn meeting. (The article is about turning over the notes from the meeting to Mueller.) See:

    From the article:
    “The White House also turned over to the special counsel notes taken by McGahn and one of his deputies, James Burnham, of two meetings they had with Flynn, then-Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, and then-head of the Justice Department’s National Security Division Mary McCord on Jan. 26 and Jan. 27,according to the records and interviews.”

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  13. doc00 says:

    The leaders within the departments of the Trump Executive face a major obstacle to stopping leaks and resistance from within the very departments controlled by Trump appointees. Namely the rules for removing non-appointee professionals from their jobs. The removal of a public employee is not as straight forward as “you are fired”, as there are major administrative rules and causal regulations that have to be satisfied. That being said, the 1,000’s of Obama created (unvetted) professionals are going to activate in manner that will painfully support their removal one at a time. Thus there will be continued snubs to congress, continued leaks and continued resistance to presidential policy or direction. This form of sabotage, put in place by Obama and his executive, will be far more destructive and slowing than any resistance offered by Democrat Congressional members. These people will create the “broken promises” and “some scandal” issues for the 2018 and 2020 elections.

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    • solomonpal says:



    • Kintbury54 says:

      Don’t try to remove them, prosecute them. They can then be removed or can be given a choice. Resign without benefits or go to jail.

      Liked by 1 person

      • doc00 says:

        The problem will not be solved. This will involve 1 by 1 lengthy court sessions and legal proceedings. That is the point of embedding so many Democrat Party operatives.


    • sedge2z says:

      Wouldn’t the fact that Obama’s thousands of hired professionals were unvetted now be removed?
      They could re-apply under the rules of law that require proper vetting, like the rest of us.


    • pyromancer76 says:

      In the university professors with tenure are untouchable — unless there is a major curriculum reform that requires different tracks, less of this or more of that, and many fewer professors. These curriculum reforms are usually required by some reading of accreditation standards, and through some months/year of faculty discussions about the changes.

      Along the way early retirement is usually offered. However, we don’t want the government’s criminals retired, we want them jailed.

      In a bureaucracy, downsizing or cutting the size and missions of the department seems all that is needed for many to go. After that careful supervision with write-ups for sub-standard behavior/work/activities and probation. After probation, “you’re fired”. Holdovers still in their job, maybe even demoted, will think twice before lying and cheating, at least blatantly.


  14. mikgen says:

    Yes, I posted the same up-thread. Is there any direct connection to Sundance? Too many comments to read all and still carry out that yeoman’s work of research!


  15. DeWalt says:

    Benjamin Franklin stated ” if you give up freedom for security, you deserve neither”. How prophetic.
    Most of this began in the cold war, but our particular ailments began on 9/11. Never let a crisis go to waste. In our rush to feel safe we allowed the chains to be applied. The Patriot act!. Many a conspiracy theorist had warned and was laughed out of the room that we were heading exactly to this point. We weaponized our government for security.
    The things you are reading today have been going on for years. If we could dig far enough back you will find this is what brought you Obama. They have been choosing candidates for us and we never suspected how. They have even got a Supreme Court Justice to flip and possibly killed another ( that should be revisited by Sessions). The media is completely run by CIA and is weaponized. Start looking back and it becomes crystal clear . All those things we couldn’t quite put our finger on is now the elephant in the room.
    Hillary did get the Special because she was a presidential candidate. She got it because she was part of the Machine. How many bodies and careers have the destroyed? These are criminals that have been standing in judgement of us. We the People.
    For years Trump has seen this from the inside. He knew . When he came down the escalator he knew. Now that we are exposing and destroying the Machine, maybe, just maybe our best and brightest will again step up to the plate. People and candidates we choose.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Thank God Hillary Clinton was a loser and not a brilliant sociopath. “Everyone” tried their very, very best, but they still could not drag her over the finish line.

      Liked by 1 person

  16. RedBallExpress says:

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

    1 – Barrack Obama
    2 – Barrack Obama
    3 – Barrack Obama
    4 – Barrack Obama

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  17. Nonlocality says:

    Is there anyone in Federal government who can be trusted? (Besides DJT and Kelly Conway?)

    If the “cloak’ unravels, this will be a miracle of Biblical scale.


  18. jeans2nd says:

    Cannot find if anyone has mentioned this. Apologies if it has.
    McCord was still Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Chief of Staff for NSD as of 13 Feb 2017. That Oct ’16 date for B is incorrect.


  19. KBR says:

    Okay. I freely admit that I know nothing other than what I read about these matters or have witnessed on news broadcasts.

    But it seems to me that by September 26, 2016 the realization of the distinct possibility that DJT MIGHT soon become PDJT made it necessary for the crooked persons to devise a countermeasure, and throw some chaff.

    Hear me out.

    The chaff is “the NSA may have been improperly surveilling US citizens, and this court has just now found it out!!!! Look!!! Squirrel!!

    (Excuse me if I look a bit like suspicious cat here, but I sincerely doubt that this was NEWS to this court, or anyone else with any Ultra top secret security clearance in the BO administration, the Fed Courts system especially in DC, or any of the other high ranking “Intel community leaders.” )

    That it was a bad thing, I concur, but in the long document above it seems to me that it is a shiny squirrel meant to cover for the actual conspiracy to commit treason, (and yes it included foreigners: Brits, like Steele, are NOT US CITIZENS!) against a likely future sitting President of the United States, which began before or while he was a candidate and (this is IMPORTANT) was then extended BEYOND his Inauguration with the express PERMISSION of this FISA Court.

    Continued next post.

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    • KBR says:

      “At the October 26, 2016 hearing, the Court ascribed the government’s failure to disclose those IG and OCO reviews at the October 4, 2016 hearing to an institutional “lack of candor” on the National Security Agency’s part and emphasized that this is a very serious Fourth Amendment Issue.”

      (A pause to remind everyone that by November 19, shortly after the election of DJT, the MSM was headlining and salivating over the “recommended” removal of Admiral Mike Rogers, Director of NSA. I think the presstitutes were beginning the “Look people shiny shiny squirrel over here! Do not look at the BO-man/conspirators behind the curtain, attempting to take down the newly-elected president of the USA! Thus ending citizen’s right to vote!….NO! Don’t look there!!

      Look here!! Squirrel!! Shiny shiny!! NSA has been watching you!”)

      As if all of the other Intel agencies, under past presidents including BO, were innocent 😇of any wrongdoing whatsoever against the US citizens and Constitution. As if we would have any portion of the US Constitution left if the conspirators (and some of those former presidents!) had their way.

      Also, notice the upset of the Court that “the Court” (ie the judge) did not know there was an investigation IG and OCO. And assigned blame solely to NSA.

      Continuing after my pause:

      “Based on the government’s representation that an extension of time through January 31, 2017 would provide the government sufficient opportunity to asses and report on the problem and appropriate remedial plan and was consistent with the national security, the Court extended the time period for its consideration of the 2016 Certifications to that date.”

      “The government’s” here of course is the BO government…

      Please notice that the “extended time period” allowed by the court on September 26, 2016, goes well beyond the date of the inauguration January 20, 2017, of President Donald J. Trump.

      If the extended time period includes an extension of the FISA court’s approval of and extension of the original request to continue to surveil DJT, does that not amount to FISA court’s approval of their original conspiracy, and extend it into conspiracy and thus treason (remembering the foreign persons involved in the dossier) against a sitting President?

      But hey. I’m just a citizen trying to comprehend that document up there. Maybe I don’t comprehend it.

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    • Uncle Max says:

      IDK KBR, I honestly think they did all they could to stop him and thought they were succeeding. I mean, they really were kneecapping him and I think the win caught them completely by surprise. Totally. This op was , in my mind, a “insurance policy” but I think their main aim was to ruin DJT and his business AFTER he was defeated. They intended to ruin him with all the info they had… and likely… the spying would continue with all these operators still at the desks making decisions. I see no reason why any of this would have stopped under Hillary. There were no white hats in positions to say anything. Think about it. The abuses uncovered so far would have continued. Almost all of these folks would still be in their jobs… if not promoted. Scary stuff.

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      • PolyEster says:

        We can now understand the total meltdown of Hillary and her minions on election night when they realized “Da**! I’m going to prison!” That’s when the “impeach”, “Russia collusion”, “voter fraud” (remember Jill Stein) and “not presidential” talk started. They could not let Donald J. Trump be inaugurated!

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      • flowerbelle says:

        I agree with you 100%. They believed Hillary would win and their plan was to ruin Donald Trump, his family, his associates, and businesses. Honestly, do you think Michael Horowitz would be allowed to do what he is doing now if Hillary would have won?!? I distinctly remember that horrible weasel, David Plouffe, saying something around May 2016 like ” we must defeat Donald trump and make sure that this ugly movement never rears its head again.”
        This is by far the BIGGEST, TREASONOUS, MOST DESTRUCTIVE scandal in the history of our country. This fact must be stated and repeated ad nauseum. Any republican who can’t do this without “softening their language” needs to get out of D.C.
        They must expose everyone who participated or colluded in this treason and EVERYONE involved must suffer the consequences for their criminality including Perkins Coie and the D.C. police depart. No one is exempt from the law!!
        The trump White House communications team need to make sure they can explain exactly what went on and who is involved. Maybe a prime time address. No spokesperson or elected official should be allowed on any media platform who can’t skillfully debunk the media lies and aggressively and boldly push back and deliver the truth to the American people.
        An ex-dem

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        • Orygun says:

          Well said. We are really missing the big picture which is the overthrow of our constitutional Republic by a group of treasonous insiders. Their very actions since JFK has been to lie and manipulate the citizens until they have a firm grip on the citizens. We would have Tiananmen square happening in our own country.

          Every Democrat/Socialist admin has been more than happy to murder the citizens and with H as president you would have seen it on a huge scale. If it takes the military to round up all these rogue agents and militarized agencies it needs to happen.
          The creation of the CIA after WWII was the enabling of a shadow government with very little oversight and now we have them on steroids with the Patriot Act.

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        • . InAz says:

          And MaObama said ,” Donald Trump will never be President”.

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      • KBR says:

        I just said the possibility that DJT MIGHT become president had dawned on some high ranking people by October 26. They would be the ones who knew the truth about the fakeness of the news and polls. They would know Hill could not get attendance at rallies, and DJT got enourmous crowds: they saw beyond the camera angles, of course.

        Sure they still were banking on their cheating with fixed-computer votes, cheating with illegal alien’s votes, cheating with miscounting votes, bussing in out of staters.

        But some few must have said, “What if he wins? What if he gets enough votes to cause the electoral college votes to go his way in spite of all our efforts?”

        I am saying that one of those might have been the FISA judge. Or someone above that judge (BO! Who could not get much interest in his OWN rally, much to his probable surprized chagrin.)

        Thus the long squirrel document focused on the 4th Amendment, to have an advance document that could be used, just in case, to *distract* from the FACT that back in September, the FISA Court had approved this fake-dossier conspiracy and surveillance…

        beyond the point where the whole thing became more than what could be “whitewashed” away by “Inappropriate bias against a candidate/an incumbent”…

        And went (January 20-Jan 31) straight into “conspiracy to commit treason against the President of the USA.”

        All of them are evil, IMO. But not all of them are stupid.

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        • grandmaintexas says:

          I will never forget an East Coast liberal relative of mine, saying with complete conviction and right after the election, “Trump will be impeached immediately.”

          I think the talk in certain circles was arrogant and loose.

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          • Deb says:

            Liberals are highly susceptible to group think. They want to fit in and “be right.” The Dems use this to manipulate their voters. Liberals simply parrot the latest talking points and spread the latest narrative without much critical thinking.

            The media were shocked to learn in November 2016 that there are still millions of Americans who aren’t buying their BS.

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        • AZ18 says:

          Enjoyed your analysis. I agree that they knew their was a good chance of Trump winning and maybe even earlier then October. This group wasn’t depending on the MSM point of view and their polls. This group had accessed to the real trends through Facebook, Twitter, Google, rally attendance (despite of the earlier violence) etc. They had access to the voter roles and change of party information. Evil absolutely and definitely not stupid.


        • brh82 says:

          Didn’t we hear long ago that Obama had Trump under surveillance since 2015? it isn’t as if they didn’t start until they got the FISA warrant, and when they tapped the Tower, they found a Russia bank was sending some kind of advertising over and over that was the equivalent of spam and had nothing at all to do with the Tower but for some IT reason it was transmitting over the same wires as the Towers.


      • Donna in Oregon says:

        This is not the only op.


  20. p'odwats says:

    Any “evidence” of Russian collusion will be manufactured. These people all know that, and it’s the reason they’re slipping up badly. For their huge lie to work everyone has to be on the same page and leave no trails to their deceptions, and of course all of their falsehoods lead back to them!


  21. Joshua2415 says:

    From the timeline…

    4/9/2016 Wife of Fusion GPS founder Simpson, Mary Jacoby, visits White House and meets with Obama and/or Obama aides
    4/12/2016 Law firm Perkins Coie, using money from the Clinton campaign and DNC, hires Fusion GPS to find incriminating data on Trump

    And what happened immediately before this…

    3/28/2016 Paul Manafort hired as Trump campaign manager (Fusion GPS’s Simpson and wife had reported on Manafort’s Russian ties in 2008).

    So within 2 weeks of Trump hiring Manfort, the seeds of the “Muh, Russia” counter intelligence investigation of Trump were already being planted. What I want to know is this…

    Who the hell recommended to Trump that he hire Paul Manafort??

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  22. Howie says:

    IMO if Ty Cobb thinks Muelley is going to roll it up and go away soon he better put the bong on the table and step back.

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  23. magatrump says:

    Thank you SD for your excellent work. Pray for justice!

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Mike diamond says:

    Obama tried to destroy the doj and the FBI ,he should be in prison !!!

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  25. Amy says:

    SUNDANCE (CTH) Should forward their Entire Library of Investigative Reporting to:
    1. President Trump
    2. DOJ-Sessions
    3. FBI-Wray
    4. Senate Judiciary Committee
    5. House Judiciary Committees
    6. Attorney; Gregg Jarrett
    7. Attorney; Jay Sekulow
    8. Hannity
    9. Dobbs
    10. Sara Carter
    11. John Solomon
    12. Judicial Watch
    13. Newt Gingrich
    14. Every Member of Congress
    15. Every News Outlet in the United States

    Any Government Official in the FBI/DOJ that doesn’t do their Fiduciary Duty is Aiding and Abetting in All the Alleged Criminal Acts of Treason, Sedition, Espionage, Subversion, Racketeering, Bribery, Perjury, Conspiracy etc..

    Any News Organization who does not report these alleged Criminal Acts are Aiding and Abetting.

    Rule of Law + Grand Jury Investigations + Indictments = MAGA FOREVER
    Thank You Sundance/CTH!!!

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    • georgiafl says:

      A bunch of Treepers should forward all this to the numbered entities above.

      Liked by 5 people

      • boogywstew says:

        It couldn’t hurt but I’m betting the President reads this site. Anyone in President Trump’s inner circle who DIDN’T recommend The Conservative Treehouse to the President would be seriously lacking in judgement.

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          Anyone in Pres Trump’s inner circle who didn’t read CTH would be an ignoramous and fundamentally misinformed. I don’t think our President has any of those kinds of advisors, do you?.

          But, heck, Treepers, forward away. This is the one site that I forward to interested others and to those who might listen with a little more detail — of evil doing.

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      • freddy says:

        That’s what I’m talkin about. This is the true story and world class journalism and forget hannity he just left his story on vacation. I’m sure!!!! this is the scandal and story of the century and Watergate is nothing. Top tier officials in the intel community with proof of treasonous activity…….The left is saying yeah there is a little bias but we all have it. No we don’t take it to the conspiracy stage that we attempt a coup de etat……….I’m sending this out wherever I can there is plenty to indict 20 top people today…………….

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      • AZ18 says:

        Just sent with the heading “we know and we are watching” to my Senators, McCain and Flake (I know, I know but trolling them makes me laugh) as well as others. Couldn’t resist!

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    • Paul says:

      Mountain of Evidence is Everywhere; (Paper Trail, Conflicting Statements, Perjury, Criminal Codes are Clearly Stated, etc.) of all the alleged Criminal Acts that will destroy the United States…how easy is this to Prosecute.

      All the people who gave their Lives for the Rule of Law, Constitution and the United States since the Birth of the United States are Very Appreciative in you (SUNDANCE/CTH) making sure their Ultimate Sacrifice was for nothing.

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    • Elizabeth Carter says:

      I am posting this on The Gateway Pundit

      There is a kind of hush all over the world the last few days as people who are complicit try to figure out how to save themselves from having all of their assets frozen and going to Gitmo with the rest of their “friends”.

      Watch who you support or you may find yourself on the “Frozen” list and on permanent “Vacation in GITMO”.

      Ankle Bracelets are the newest Fashion trend for traitors.
      Resignations are the best career choices for the top echelon Globalists.
      Finding a whistle to blow is the best exercise recommendation.
      Spilling your guts is the latest health “cleansing” advice.
      Surrender is number one in The Survival Guide for 2018.
      Civil Court Trials are their only hope and they are totally transparent.

      President Trump’s EO effective 12-21-2017 at 12:01 AM regarding Asset Forfeiture for Corruption and Human Rights Abuses is taking them all down now and forever.

      It not being mentioned in the MSM at all.

      The Storm is upon us.
      They are already being imprisoned and their assets Frozen.
      Hang in there.
      The wheels of justice grind slowly. The modern garbage disposal is quicker. Either method makes it easier to Drain the Swamp.

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      • Amy says:

        Points Well Taken…Notice how Eric Schmidt immediately steps down as Alphabet’s owner. Brilliant Move by PTrump….I didn’t see this chess move coming.


        • Elizabeth Carter says:

          Between this, the tax bill and the revocation of Net Neutrality President Trump has put them in a box they will not be able to claw their way out of.
          I am surprised (not) that the MSM has not even mentioned this EO a week later. It is happening. People are being rounded up and we only hear the “sound of silence”.
          Maybe they think if they don’t say it out loud, it won’t really happen.


  26. Nonlocality says:

    I get the White Hat/Black Hat thing now. But the team rosters are getting confusing–to me. Why is Trey Gowdy suspect? Darrell Issa? I really like both.
    –Confused in Florida


    • Joshua2415 says:

      Trey Gowdy’s failure to bring to light (or his effort to bury) the truth about the Libya – Syria gun running conspiracy (Operation Zero Footprint) and what REALLY led to the death of Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi permanently soiled his reputation. It was all there for everyone to see, and yet not once did Gowdy publicly ask those responsible why we had a CIA Annex in Benghazi in the first place, and what Stevens was doing there. He didn’t ask because he already knew, and he wanted to make sure the rest of America didn’t find out.

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    • Sharon says:

      “Why is Trey Gowdy suspect?”

      Because of the hype leading up to his Benghazi hearings and the results. All talk. No action.

      That pattern has been repeated several times since. He has a good skill set. He knows how to behave in hearings for dramatic video coverage. And he does not take effective action and use the information gained in those hearings. He does not go for the kill when it’s time to do so.

      A major point is often missed: many comments in the threads in the last couple of days question is asked: “How can we get ‘the people’ (or the sheeple) to believe all this?”

      Whether or not a plurality of the citizens believe the facts is not the issue. The issue is whether or not those in authority have the willingness to apply the law and deliver the consequences appropriately. In other words, put a stop to it.

      There’s nothing so shocking and cleansing for a lawless society than the application of law and the consequences of ignoring it.

      Twenty years ago I was driving in a Minnesota blizzard with three grandsons in the back seat (5, 6, 7 years). The rowdiness was escalating and they disregarded my final announcement that, if it did not stop, I would pull off the road and stop the car.

      It got very,VERY quiet when, a few minutes later, I pulled off the road. Turned the car off. We sat there in the blizzard in deafening silence until I was convinced they had gotten the point.

      I never had trouble with them acting up that way in the car again with long drives we often had to take in rural MN.

      Trey never pulls off the road.

      He just keep talking. And talking. And talking.

      Those in places of authority need to use their authority and exercise their responsibility to stop this. It would never have happened in the first place – if they had been doing THAT – in the first place.

      Lawlessness casts a really long shadow.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Gowdy is a prosecutor that never asks the obvious question. He goes all the way up to it and stops every time. Basically he is just putting on a show, doesn’t want resolution.

      Darrell Issa. Never gets results. Talks a good game. Never gets results. Never gets the job done. Congress has power if they use it. Darrell Issa chooses not to use it. He was play fighting at our expense.

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  27. I just emailed my Congress Critter (Meadows) and asked him about Bill Priestap, amongst other things. Wait and see if I get any kind of answer.


  28. Blue Moon says:

    Worth a read about Mary McCord’s husband.


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  29. Joel W Miller says:

    Is their any way to confirm whether the DOJ IG has since been granted access to requested materials and documents from the DOJ NSD section which former conspirator oops I mean acting director Yates denied the IG access too?


  30. Joel W Miller says:

    Sundance, all of this work is great however the real question is will our current political leadership have the guts to enforce justice on this seditious and traitorous cabal though the heavens fall? USC 18 Chapter 115 states the punishment for seditious or treasonous conspiracies is…”guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.” Imagine these folks being “perp walked” in orange jumpsuits to the federal penitentiary for not less than 40 years or the remainder of their natural life…..that would be justice. Nothing else will fully suffice.

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    • KBR says:

      “and shall suffer death”
      That would suffice.


    • G. Combs says:

      “…will our current political leadership have the guts to enforce justice….”

      I do not think they want to. However I think as the scope and depth of the treachery and treason against our Constitution is uncovered, I think they will see they have no choice if they want our country to exist 20 years from now.

      We either kill the ‘infection’ now or resign ourselves to a dark age of slavery and serfdom for perhaps centuries into the future.


    • pyromancer76 says:

      If this is war — and who cannot see that our “leaders” have been waging an all-out battle against us, American citizens — then there is no option but to win –or we lose. I think, I hope, President Trump has this martial spirit within his soul. It is the ultimate protection for our Republic.

      I believe that the U.S. would have been much healthier after the Civil War if President Lincoln had not wanted to be so forgiving and kindhearted — the “enemy” were Americans, after all.

      There must be fearsome consequences if anyone tries such treasonous actions ever again. They must have the fear of God put into them — or it will happen again soon.

      Protecting our Republic takes courage and tremendous effort.


      • WeeWeed says:

        Lincoln wasn’t very “forgiving and kindhearted” to the civilians and the rank and file of the Confederate Army, if you’ll recall. But in general, I do agree with you.


  31. Sandra-VA says:

    Before reading comments… I have read half way through the FISA court document and have come away with the conclusion that NONE of these players involved in “Operation Trump” will be prosecuted. They have very acutely covered themselves with law. They have weaponised the 702 against their “enemies” successfully. They even have different rules for NCTC – and I recall Farkas talking about how they made sure to disseminate the information far and wide – in that it does not preclude them from retaining USPersons info under cover of criminality which is different from the intended purpose of NSA collection of data (Foreign intelligence). This tracks with the excuses for the liberal unmasking requests that were made during the last months of the Obama admin. Note also the extended retention of NCTC collections even if it is deemed to be deletable by FISA rules applied to NSA/CIA.

    Their perfect cover is Manafort and Page. Note also that prior to this date, the NSA was ILLEGALLY collecting upstream intel for “about” – i.e. if a key word was mentioned (such as Trump) then that data was used, thus the SPYING ON TRUMP CAMPAIGN.

    Sorry, nothing will come of it unless the people decry what they have done. Sunlight is needed. BIGLY.

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    • 4sure says:

      They are experts at using the law to allow them to be crooked scum. That’s what they are trained to do. Use the loopholes to bend and twist the law to benefit their cause. Free an accused client. Defend an accused client. Just depends on which side you are on. Help free Hillary, prosecute Trump.
      What kind of deal is a secret court that lets you misuse it and then admit to the secret court that you abused it and you keep on keeping on. UNFKG. believable. The unpatriot act must be abolished.

      You, unfortunately are more right than wrong re. your assessment.


    • grandmaintexas says:

      There is ALWAYS a way to get the bad guys. It’s a divine law. Fear not.

      Liked by 1 person

  32. bullnuke says:

    Super Agent Strzok had his own Pussy Galore (Lisa Page).

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  33. Let us go further. Wiretaps were placed in Trump tower in 2013, and there is a news report stating so. The FBI was monitoring someone who was renting office space. As I pointed out before. POTUS would have been laying his ground plans and discussing with family in this time period about his intentions to run! I believe they have been spying on Trump since 2013


    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Remember the Rock and Roll Group..Uriah Heap…Song I really liked was: “Stealin” Kinda reminded me of all this mess. Below are a few lines..

      Stood on a ridge and shunned religion, Thinking the world was mine.

      I made my break and a big mistake, stealing when I should have been buying.

      All that fightin, killin, wine and those women gonna put me to an early grave.

      Runnin, hidin, losin, cryin, nothing left to save……

      But my life…

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  34. KBR says:

    My main point on everything here:

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  35. cali says:

    Sundance the name I’m not seeing anywhere is that of “Kadzig” who was the Assisting Attorney General during this same timeframe. He too was in the thick of this spiel against DT as well.
    To be honest sorting out this mess gives one a migraine and if it weren’t for Sundance and his meticulous stickler for details and compilations we would be in the dark. Where does this Kadzig fit into all of this who is also wrangling with Judicial Watch.
    Looking at all these movers and shakers involved in that treasonous act against one man not only before, during and after the election it takes the suspension of disbelief that they could not pull it off.
    Each and everyone was at the beck-and-call of Hillary doing their everything getting her elected is telling all on its own.
    I now believe that there was a whole lot more than trillions at stake to get her into the white house. Uranium one is in a category all by itself. Considering that the uranium really wasn’t for Iran; the various planes loaded with pallets of unmarked and untraceable cash also never made it to Iran and so much more is surely intended of future much more sinister and darker plans as service to the NWOers. It’s just unfathomable what might have been!
    Despite having these collage of players in her corner together with governments outside the US they still could not pull if off and we are blessed with her loss.
    They were 100% convinced that she would not lose – imagine that! In the end she did and the unseen hand of God made DT’s win possible assisted by us deplorables.
    Now we deal with the aftermath and the enormity of sedition and treason we learn about is shocking!

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  36. Howie says:

    He be hiding in de BUSHIES. Anyone who is waiting for Rosey or Sessions or Horrorwits to do anything but cover up please step back from the bong.


  37. G. Combs says:

    I posted this earlier about Mary McCord

    The article starts out with a LOT of Trump bashing by Mattathias Schwartz

    BIO: Mattathias Schwartz is a former national security reporter for The Intercept. He has served as a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine, a staff writer at The New Yorker, and is currently a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations. In the past, he has contributed to the print editions of the Wall Street Journal
    “….Mary B. McCord, who has been helping oversee the Justice Department’s probe into Russian interference in the presidential election, is stepping down from her post as the acting head of the department’s national security division and leaving the federal government in the coming weeks, a source familiar with McCord’s role told The Intercept….

    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…

    In March, McCord announced the indictment of two Russian intelligence officers and two hackers accused of accessing Yahoo’s network and the contents of webmail accounts. At a press conference, McCord said that Yahoo hacking case was “a separate investigation” from the hacks of the Democratic National Committee. “That’s an ongoing investigation,” she said of the DNC matter…”


  38. mitrom says:

    I suggest that everyone start spreading this news (that the National Security Division of the DOJ under the Obama Admin had been breaking the law; and the NSD specifically informs the court they have been using FISA applications to spy on their domestic political opposition).

    Contact Congress (Judiciary/Intel committees and others), the President, the DOJ, and the DOJ/FBI and DEMAND that they investigate this and charge the criminals. Also, spread the word on other sites (Fox News, Breitbart, etc.). The only way we hope to get justice is to demand it. Otherwise, these corrupt pigs will get away with all their crimes.


  39. Trent Telenko says:

    The following is the best single suggestion I’ve heard for Congressional GOP actions that needs to be taken over the “Trump Project” and the “Steele Dossier”

    The GOP Congress should condition renewal of domestic surveillance legislation on prosecution of abuses. This is possible by limiting renewal to six-month increments and requiring regular non-classified reports to Congress on the progress of prosecution of abuses.

    That public spotlight is a pretty good motivator for the secret agencies.

    I don’t expect the Congressional “Gang of Eight” to go there, but it is a useful meme to push for the 2018 Congressional primaries and general election.

    “It’s About American Freedom, Stupid!”


    • KBR says:

      This all happened under the “oversight” of the Congressional “Gang of Eight.”
      Therefore, they are responsible for their failure to oversee, and therefore they need to be removed from their positions: they have failed!

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  40. Amy says:

    Most Actors involved in Operation Trump will be Prosecuted under the provision of a direct link to Alleged Treason, Sedition, Espionage, Subversion, Bribery, Perjury, Racketeering, Conspiracy, etc., resulting in the Largest Criminal Organization in United States History to Destroy the Constitution and the United States.

    Criminals Can’t create a Prearranged Law or Policy (Prearranged Fraudulent Transaction) to cover their Criminal Acts when involved in Acts listed above. Just like Comey’s “Immunity deals” will all be Reversed if the Alleged Criminal Acts are proven against Comey; Criminals can’t give Criminals Immunity.

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    • Paul says:

      Yep…if Government Officials were allowed to create Laws and Policies to ensure they can act in a Criminal Organizations, the United States would be a 3rd World Country…especially since this a Conspiracy to Eliminate the Will of the People and to Destroy the United States. The Chronological Time-Line and Paper Trail will clearly show the links along with the center of the investigation of the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Emails. They were sloppy in leaving identifiable trails everywhere believing 100% Hillary would be President.


      • Amy says:

        There will be many Government Officials who will become Witnesses for the fear of being prosecuted, or for a reduced sentence. The conflicting statements are already starting to appear. Can you imagine the conflicting statements, in recorded thousands of pages of depositions from each person under investigation? They are not sleeping well at night.

        The Recorded thousands of pages of depositions will also be compared to many Whistleblowers who are in the Government; PTrump stated he will protect them. They will surely come forward and disclose the truth.

        The Recorded thousands of pages of depositions will also be compared to the Digital and Paper Trail.

        The truth will 100% be displayed for everyone to see.


        • Paul says:

          PTrump is timing everything with his 5-dimensional Chess Moves….it was his plan from the Beginning. Mueller Investigation surely showed other legs of the Criminal Organization.


  41. freddy says:

    The iron is hot right now before the left perfects their talking points and Wallace brings them all on Sunday show. Hannity spent all that time on this story then just bailed and left less than qualified to discuss the daily changes that are earth shattering. Lucky SD took it up and has excelled beyond all the others in research. Any moron in one of these congressional hearings and committees has all his work done for him right here and those who stall will be part of it and those who get out front and tell marie harf she is a liar on TV will be the ones who move forward………….There is little doubt left this a series of huge crimes and corruption at the very top levels. This onion is ready to be fried like one of those flowers at the Outback……


    • Donna in Oregon says:

      My theory is the other shoe in the “insurance” of the DOJ. This is the Manafort connection… Obama/Soros/CIA. $$$ and Russia.

      Here is the connection to Brennan the Baltics and Trump….the connection to Soros….


      • KBR says:

        Idiots are thinking that Russia is going to tell them a truth? They are awaiting Russian confirmation or denial? And they are gonna believe the hated-by-them Russians that they have accused and sanctioned?

        Quote from the article above linked in Donna’s post:
        “Is Jared Kushner’s reporting of that meeting consistent with any Russian reports of the meeting?”

        Are they trying to set up Putin to make a Russian blackmail-lie attempt on our POTUS?
        (Won’t succeed, Putin. Don’t even think about it.)

        Since when does the USA believe what Russian agents say?

        And since they already disbelieve Manafort, and accuse him of lies, and have him in custody, any testimony he makes either for or against our POTUS is already moot.


    • CleanhouseinDC says:

      No one ever speaks Jarrett’s name in this, and remember she was the brains of the organization (not zippy).


  42. 🍺Gunny says:

    That’s hilarious…love it….
    How many times does Sessions have to get hit in the head….to GET off his butt?…
    Come on…bring it on all you Sessions guys……Bring on all the Inuendo’s of what he has done and is gonna do….Pfffft

    His house is burning down around him…..he won’t even pick up the water hose……must be that Southern Gentleman in him….give me a break

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  43. Wink says:

    Fantastic research, Sundance. WOW


  44. scott467 says:

    “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.”


  45. G. Combs says:

    December 21, 2017
    Press Release: Attorney General Jeff Sessions Rescinds 25 Guidance Documents
    “Today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that, pursuant to Executive Order 13777 and his November memorandum prohibiting certain guidance documents, he is rescinding 25 such documents that were unnecessary, inconsistent with existing law, or otherwise improper….
    “Therefore, any guidance that is outdated, used to circumvent the regulatory process, or that improperly goes beyond what is provided for in statutes or regulation should not be given effect”….”

    Those listed are mainly for the public. I wonder what else got torpedoed. AG Sessions is not the type to tip his had.

    IG Horowitz Department of Justice:
    Announcement of review of FBI AND the DOJ with regard to 2016 election.

    IG Horowitz complaint of FBI obstruction on February 24, 2015 before Congress:

    “…The Inspector General Act (IG Act) could not be clearer – Inspectors General
    are entitled to complete, timely, and unfiltered access to all documents and records
    within the agency’s possession. Delaying or denying access to agency documents
    imperils an IG’s independence, and impedes our ability to provide the effective and
    independent oversight….”

    “We appreciate Congress’s support for the OIG’s authority to obtain timely and complete access to agency documents by including Section 540 in the FY 2016 Appropriations law.
    …Indeed, as a result of Section 540, for the first time since 2010, when the Federal Bureau of Investigation began raising legal objections to producing certain records to the OIG, Department components must ensure that appropriated funds are not used to deny the OIG timely access to “all” records in their possession that are necessary for the OIG to conduct its oversight function. Section 540 defeats any claim by Department components that the Inspector General Act does not entitle the OIG to access “all” records in their possession….”

    For those of us who live in NC welcome news:
    Press Release: Attorney General Sessions Announces 40 New Assistant United States Attorney Positions and Two New Violent Crime Task Force
    “…locations will receive a total of 40 Assistant U.S. Attorneys, and new violent crime task forces will be launched in Charlotte, NC, and Pittsburgh, PA. The new violent crime task forces will focus on the proliferation of violent crime in the counties adjacent to Pittsburgh and Charlotte….

    More information on the locations of those 40 Assistant United States Attorneys and violent crime task forces is below:…


    • KBR says:

      “Department components must ensure that appropriated funds are not used to deny the OIG timely access to “all” records in their possession that are necessary for the OIG to conduct its oversight function.”

      Aren’t salaries part of appropriated funds?
      According to section 540, if a salary is included within “appropriated funds,” then payment of that portion of appropriated funds to any employee failing to comply IS
      “using appropriated funds to deny the OIG timely access” by paying appropriated funds to someone who is denying timely access.

      If so, then “department components” should refuse to pay any employee at any level who refuses to give access, for each day of any length of time beyond “timely.” And for goodness sake DOCUMENT their refusal as “gross insubordination” and “disobedience of the law stated in Section 540.” That should surely speed up the process of firing a Federal Employee.

      Any “department component” who fails to withhold “appropriated funds/salary” from any person who will not give access in a timely manner is guilty of using appropriated funds in a manner that denies the OIG timely access. That person also needs to be documented for “gross insubordination,” and “disobedience of the law as stated in section 540.”
      Which should lead to his firing also.


  46. bofh says:

    That is really disturbing. And it cannot be un-seen.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. theresanne says:

    Man, all this surveillance and the FBI doesn’t know who killed Seth Rich? Unbelievable!

    Liked by 1 person

  48. 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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