Representative Jim Jordan Has Questions…

O’boy, things are fun now. We’ve gone from a small peep hole in the rat-filled barn wall letting in the sunlight, to rapid cannon-fire knocking holes the size of bowling balls.  Whoo doggies… look at em’ scatter.

A few days ago CTH advised of a few good people to keep an eye on.  Yes, there are a few people inside the Swamp with a laser painting the target.

Ohio Representative Jim Jordan flying through the chaff and countermeasures while carrying a MOAB of truth. Head’s up, he’s quickly approaching the target:

1) Did the FBI pay Christopher Steele, author of the dossier?

2) Was the dossier the basis for securing FISA warrants to spy on Americans? And why won’t the FBI show Congress the FISA application?

3) When did the FBI get the complete dossier and who gave it to them?

•Dossier author Christopher Steele?
•Fusion GPS?
•Clinton campaign/DNC?
•Sen. McCain’s staffer?

4) Did the FBI validate and corroborate the dossier?

5) Did Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, or Bruce Orr work on the FISA application?

6) Why and how often did DOJ lawyer Bruce Orr meet with dossier author Christopher Steele during the 2016 campaign?

7) Why did DOJ lawyer Bruce Orr meet with Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson after the election? To get their story straight after their candidate Clinton lost? Or to double down and plan how they were going to go after President-elect Trump?

8) When and how did the FBI learn that DOJ lawyer Bruce Orr’s wife, Nellie Orr, worked for Fusion GPS? And what exactly was Nellie Orr’s role in putting together the dossier?

9) Why did the FBI release text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page? Normally, ongoing investigation is reason not to make such information public.

10) And why did FBI release only 375/10,000+ texts? Were they the best? Worst? Or part of a broader strategy to focus attention away from something else? And when can Americans see the other 96% of texts?

11) Why did Lisa Page leave Mueller probe two weeks before Peter Strzok? This was two weeks before FBI and Special Counsel even knew about the texts.

12) Why did the intelligence community wait two months after the election to brief President-elect Trump on the dossier (January 6, 2017)? Why was James Comey selected to do the briefing?

13) Was the briefing done to “legitimize” the dossier? And who leaked the fact that the briefing was about the dossier?

14) The New York Times reported last week that George Popadopoulos’ loose lips were a catalyst for launching the Russia investigation. Was President-elect Trump briefed on this?

15) Why did Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson meet with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya before and after her meeting with Donald Trump Jr.?

16) Why was FBI General Counsel Jim Baker reassigned two weeks ago? Was he the source for the first story on the dossier by David Corn on October 31, 2016? Or was it someone else at the FBI?

17) Why won’t the FBI give Congress the documents it’s requesting?

18) And why would @SenSchumer, leader of the Democrat party, publicly warn President-elect Trump on Jan. 3, 2017 that when you mess with the “intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you?”

It doesn’t work that way in America. We are not ruled by unelected bureaucrats, police forces, or intelligence agencies. In America, We The People ELECT officials who govern.

~ Jim Jordan

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511 Responses to Representative Jim Jordan Has Questions…

  1. sundance says:

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    • ditzee58 says:

      Exactly this-Chuck Grassley nailed it and so did Jordan with his statement, “It doesn’t work that way in America. We are not ruled by unelected bureaucrats, police forces, or intelligence agencies. In America, We The People ELECT officials who govern.”
      Thanks, Sundance, for Jordan’s list of questions. We have been saying for months that the committees have not been asking the right questions. Watching has been a tease. They almost get there and then bloop.

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      • SharkFL says:

        Would love to see you pin this post with these questions to the top of the blog and track updates as they are revealed. Let this be a score card and checklist for good Rep. Jordan. #MAGA2018

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      • Patriot Lady says:

        Hey, folks, Is this the same Chuck Grassley who voted for Obama’s gift to Iran in 2015, the Corker-Cardin bill?

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        • LCSmom says:

          Without Jordan and Grassley, congress would be brushing all of this under the rug. Your last two comments seem to be aimed at undermining them with respect to this issue. I wonder why?

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          • Patriot Lady says:

            I beg to differ, LCS.
            My few comments can’t possibly undermine Grassley or Jordan. Their cowardice and voting record in the past has already undermined any credibility they had. If we haven’t learned anything else these past 10 years, we should have learned this – politicians have 1 goal, and 1 goal only– to get re-elected. If Grassley, Jordan, Sessions and the rest of the GOPe had been doing their job, fighting Obama and his policies the past 8 years, instead of hiding under their desks in the House and Senate, we wouldn’t have this corruption at every level now (any Benghazi convictions?). For me, the 2 votes that fully identify the characters of these 2, are Grassely’s support for Iran and Jordan’s support for Ryan. Anything they say now means squat. Too little, too late, too easy to take the high road, now that we have a patriot in the White House. Like I said, their enabling of Obama gave us the corruption Trump has to clean up now.
            Jordan is up for re-election in 2018. Perhaps he may actually have a primary opponent this time. So now it’s time for him to make his constituents believe he’s still.a conservative.

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            • Patriot Lady says:

              And 1 other thing, LCS,
              18 questions about Russia and the FBI from Jordan, 18 questions….. I’ve forgotten…….. How many questions did Jordan ask about Benghazi when Boehner and Gowdy swept that investigation under the rug?

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Grassley is BRILLIANT. He’s nuking the commie-compromised FBI with the same MOAB that the commies nuked their own commie-compromised CIA with back in the 1970’s – agency gone ROGUE – rein them in. Only THIS TIME, it’s the white hats doing the nuking.

      There were rumors that the whole FBI would need renovation on the order of rebuilding. This approach demonstrates that need to the public.

      KABOOM – slow-motion MOAB of truth.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        I don’t think the entire FBI needs renovation. The vast majority are honorable, unlike the notorious leaders who have let political bias compromise their integrity.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I tend to agree. Although I think having a MANDATE to remove all the rot using whatever is necessary is important. That allows systemic treatment of the infection. Which the Schumer Commies will do everything to oppose, using virtue signals of every kind.

          Communists know how to embed taint, and kill off anything that threatens its reemergence. I suspect they did a WAY better job than anybody realizes. Best way is to leave a lot of dormant dupes like chickenpox virus, ready for a case of Stalinist proggie shingles at the right time. We need to clean out that virus down to the DNA, IMO, and leave some serious watchdog systems behind. The ideology that is BASED on politicization of law enforcement needs to recoil in angry horror from whatever condition Wray leaves the FBI in – a kind of antibody hell for communist subversion. But I’m sure he has allies in every corner of the FBI – the vast majority – to help get it done.

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        • jmclever says:

          I have to disagree with you G. Remember Ms Reality Winner? An intelligence specialist with an NSA contractor. Sneaking docs out of secure areas I her panty hose. Make everyone reapply for their position

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        • KBR says:

          I have yet to hear of a vast number of subordinates who are whistleblowing. Nor even of a few. Not even NOW when their “superiors” in their chain of command are sweating.

          And you know these stalwart investigators are NOT unaware something shady is going on right where they work. They have to know crooked “stuff.” Heck the staff, the darn receptionist, has to know “stuff.”

          These guys were not exactly careful.

          And if they don’t suspect a thing, if they thought everything was all on the up and up, law and order, Constitution-abiding and all that, then they need to be replaced because they simply do not have a nose for a crime…even under their very noses.

          They are not very patriotic it seems: just going with the flow, keeping their heads down, keeping quiet, making no waves. Not about to risk their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor for the USA. Or even just their jobs.

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          • Bravo…how I feel, too. Worried about their jobs, their salaries, and their pensions. No honor at all.

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            • dbobway says:

              Out here on mainstreet?
              I would be living in a card box under a bridge if I somehow avoided prison for this behavior.
              The FBI exists for our security as American citizens.
              They don’t make feel more secure,
              I generally sit with my back to a wall.

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          • mimbler says:

            I agree with you about the FBI in DC. Corrupt or passively corrupt for not being a whistle blower.
            I may be naive, but I still think the agents in the field are honest law enforcement men and women.

            Of course, that opinion is subject to change should we see the rot extends further.

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          • WSB says:

            I do not think we would be hearing about whistle blowers. I was surprised that Victoria Toensing came out when she did with her client. Now, we hear nothing. I wonder about that.

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            • Hotlanta Mike says:

              He had to finish up his chemo. She said last week that he is being prepped for his testimony because of all the info and evidence that he has it must be presentable to Congress in a way that allows them to understand it and ask relevant follow up questions. And she understands that her client’s life is in danger for coming forward..

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            • Hotlanta Mike says:

              Toensing was on with Hannity on Monday’s radio broadcast. The informant Bill Campbell had to finish up his chemo treatments. He is now in the final stages of prep with Toensing. Due to the large amount of evidence and info he has, he needs to be organized in his presentation so that the committee can first of all understand it and then be in a position to ask relevant and important follow up questions.

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              • WSB says:

                Thanks for the update, Mike.

                I used to listen to Hannity’s radio show, until I became a caller once. I waited endlessly on the phone until his producer got on the line with me to feed me my talking points and then told me what NOT to bring up. The show ran out of time that evening, and I just did not have the interest after that.

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          • Stringy theory says:

            Agree, KBR. I’m afraid the rot runs very deep in both FBI and DOJ. Not sure how to clean up such a mess. Give all of them a lie detector test and give them walking papers if they fail. And that’s just a start. A major reorganization is called for too.

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          • JohnnyII says:

            Exactly! What a stain the fbi has become.

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          • Oldschool says:

            Agree kbr.

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          • CountryclassVulgarian says:

            “They are not very patriotic it seems: just going with the flow, keeping their heads down, keeping quiet, making no waves. Not about to risk their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor for the USA. Or even just their jobs.”

            My sentiments exactly.

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          • emet says:

            If you want to hear from whistleblowers, then they must be protected, including their identities. The term “whistleblower protections” really means that the crooked official is protected from whistleblowing. It is set up that way. Consider this, an upright, ethical employee reports that a high-level manager is siphoning off millions of dollars in taxpayer money. The employee is interviewed by IA or OPR or IG, or whichever. He is warned not to discuss the case. The thefts continue. He reports them, and is again warned not to discuss the case. Now he suspects the fix is in, so he goes to the media. Now he stands accused of releasing sensitive law enforcement information, he has ruined a major corruption case, he has tipped off the bad guys… He is in deep feces. And the crook? Not so much.

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          • uvaldegirl says:

            I was just wondering if the FBI has its share of white hats, they need to start leaking and whistle-blowing for the good of us all.

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          • Old Codger says:

            “…. Not about to risk their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor for the USA….”

            Because, FAT PENSIONS!

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        • Paul Revere says:

          You are smokin weed….
          All this was not accomplished without rank and file participating. NO ONE stood up and said what the hey!! NO ONE.
          This is symptomatic of the deep libtard infection in all of government. This of all agencies must be pure to the bone, and it is clearly not!!

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        • Those that honorable will welcome it with open arms and minds.

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        • Chewbarkah says:

          All in the FBI need to be examined for politicization, starting at the top as a priority and working down. Hopefully the vast majority are indeed honorable; but not long ago it was conventional wisdom that Comey, Mueller, McCabe, et al. were paragons of virtue. Yet they hired, trained, promoted, appointed, and set the FBI “culture” for decades. Corruption perpetuates itself. We can’t afford to be wrong again.

          Another factor begging for systemic reform is the apparent gross inefficiency of the FBI, which seems to require legions on agents for every matter. Generating massive amounts of bureaucratic paperwork seems to be the raison d’etre for many. A frame off restoration of what they do and how they do it is essential.

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        • Summer says:

          How do you know that the vast majority is honorable? I believe that the vast majority dishonorable or outright treasonous, otherwise the FBI (as well as the whole “intelligence community”, wouldn’t be in this mess. Communists, Muslims and SJW have been infiltrating the government for decades. There is nothing particularly honorable about them.

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        • whoseyore says:

          Then by all means, let those without dirt on their hands step forward with everything they know. Otherwise – it is called an accessory to the crimes.

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        • brh82 says:

          G. Alister, what informs your thinking that “the vast majority are honorable?” It isn’t as if there have been honorable folks leading and/or teaching the others. Would honorable employees remain silent and/or support their corrupt leaders?

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          • El Torito says:

            That is really an unfair and unreasonable question. And quite judgemental at that.

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            • brh82 says:

              ElTorito, I thought he maybe had some inside info. or a relative or someone who knew others in the department. It was an honest question and I don’t appreciate your dishonest inference otherwise!

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        • sobriquet4u says:

          How do we really know this? For years we have treated the FBI with some what respect but now this. I have no clue if the vast majority are honorable. How do we know this?

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        • oldtoenail says:

          The “vast majority” that are honorable must get on the correct side soon or they are just as corrupt as their leaders.

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      • SSI01 says:

        They need to be renamed. Then they need a new charter, and a top-to-bottom reorganization that should at the least include hiring police officers who want to be FBI agents. Those officers are going to be seasoned, hard-nosed individuals who are used to fencing with PC sergeants and lieutenants, childish defense attorneys, weak-kneed prosecutors – and above all will not be overawed by any position or title any suspect holds, or did hold, and whom they are questioning. They will respect good leadership – not PC management – and will pursue their duties aggressively like the seasoned veterans they are. Let’s get some folks in at the bottom who are not 24-year-old fresh college graduates who are taken with their “special agent” title. Rather, these folks would be on average 30-35 years of age, in good shape, with patrol and street experience behind them and who would not tolerate political influence governing their investigative taskings or response.

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        • SSI01 says:

          Experienced detectives would be even better.

          Liked by 10 people

          • jbt says:

            Experienced detectives in the FBI…what a concept!

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          • Wend says:

            Yes, eliminate the requirement for a law degree and make sure any lawyers hired are LOCAL prosecutors from sane jurisdictions.

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            • Gil says:

              Hey thats a good one Wend. Law degree requirement equals group think.

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            • SSI01 says:

              The agency I retired from brought in experienced CID investigators to the agent corps without having to go through FLETC. All were senior CID types who had worked extensively with us, knew our report-writing system and TTP. Their experience was accepted without question in lieu of a college degree, even though many possessed at least an AA in LE. It worked well. I recommend an adaptation of this procedure for the FBI. Now, more than ever.

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              • Wend says:

                FLETC, OMG! I had part of my New Attorney Training for the INS there. I bought my mom a fleece sweatshirt at the store. Cut the last day to go up to Savannah and saw two great art shows. Good times!

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            • mimbler says:

              Although there are many with law degrees in the FBI, it isn’t a requirement. Currently, they need a 4 year degree and the ability to qualify in one of the following specialties (of which law is one):

              Language
              Law
              Accounting
              Computer Science/Information Technology
              Diversified

              I’ve had the privilege of working with quite a few FBI agents when doing airplane accident investigation, and I was positively impressed with them.
              Of course they were all field agents, and typically pretty young,

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            • Dekester says:

              Wend, never a truer word said.

              A degree should not be required either. Give me a twenty or early thirty something, with military or law enforcement experience. Or a business person, looking for a challenge and a real desire to serve

              Then on the job training, and a significant probation period.

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              • pyromancer76 says:

                Agree. Anymore a college degree should bring suspicion with it. Needs transcripts. Did they take real classes? should be one of the questions. Work experience might be even better — or at least both. No lawyers. Let the FBI train their own.

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            • TheLastDemocrat says:

              it does not require a law degree to be an FBI agent.

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          • Gil says:

            Lots of cronyism on that end also. Many people promoted are there for gender, race, abc sexuality, or is son/nephew, gay lover of so n so. Merit, honesty, integrity, loyalty to the constitution are the cornerstones.

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        • Stringy theory says:

          Like your thinking.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Gotta say, this sounds extremely plausible as a way to fill ranks thinned out by removal of dead and rotten wood. And those individuals would be like mine-detectors for Obama saboteur embeds, who know how to schmooze the system and “shelter in place” when the weather gets rough. They would actually help drive OUT the corruption.

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      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        Jordan has a Liberty Score of 96% which makes him an ‘A’ rated conservative.
        Grassley has a Liberty Score of 68% which makes him an opportunistic ‘D’ rated RINO.
        https://www.conservativereview.com/scorecard/

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    • Alison says:

      If inclined, please retweet Sen Grassley’s tweet to @DAGYates since Sally Yates denied IG oversight during her tenure. Make her squirm. I hope she burns.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      “Law enforcement shld NOT be independent of constitutional oversight.”

      CORRECTION: Law enforcement IS NOT independent of constitutional oversight.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      SD, why has Schumer been arrested for his threat against Trump by the intelligence personnel. Frankly this means to me he is a big part of the problem. Arrest him, throw his behind in prison, etc., etc. This is very threatening verbiage.

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    • I’m damn sure FBI/DoJ WERE being accountable to our elected leader….Obama called the shots on this, no doubt in mind.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Why wasn’t there oversight by the House and Senate ? How long has the House and the Senate allowed petty unelected bureaucrats freelance and create their own policy?
      The Judges are supposed to protect our constitutional rights. How long have these judges been ruberstamping these unlawful warrants and why?
      These are just a few of my questions. Feel free to add to the list. You see, just because you are now playing catch-up doesn’t exonerate you the Congress of blame.
      Had this election turned out different, it would have been business as usual. All of you got caught.

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    • The FBI DOJ CIA and other alphabet agencies will come to HEEL under CONGRESS AND/OR TRUMP or they will be destroyed and replaced. PERIOD signed THE PEOPLE.

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  2. sundance says:

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      It’s absolutely amazing to see how evil our “news” has become – defending at all costs criminals and radicals who flouted our laws with impunity.

      Liked by 36 people

      • MM says:

        Well put, great tweet Wolfmoon!

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      • peace says:

        How about EVILFAKENews

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      • KBR says:

        I think it is high-time to call them what they really really are: CO-CONSPIRATORS.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Trump turning the #DeepStateMedia’s “fake news” propaganda push, designed to discredit citizen journalism, right back on them, destroying THEIR credibility, was utterly brilliant.

          The CIA created trash and fake conservative news – both at home and abroad – to discredit us, but Trump MEMED them into oblivion with their own conspiracy’s tag-line. MASTERFUL. But now it’s time for them to pay the piper for their lying song.

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          • MM says:

            Getting deep, you’re putting it to Brennan and Clapper.
            Clappers an idiot but Brennan is pure EVIL and DANGEROUS.
            Be careful!

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Hey, we’re ALL in this fight.

              I have come to the realization – after hearing about how Mueller has gamed jury selection against Trump – that they are trying to bait us into overconfidence, so they can sucker-punch Trump at the right time, after making us fat, lazy and careless on winning. They want us to peel away and slack off. They’re playing a long game – let the Wookie win for one term, taken down in stages, and steal his MAGA when everybody’s asleep.

              Not happening. The Empire is striking back, and it’s time for us – every one of us – to strike back HARDER.

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              • Gil says:

                I have been expecting this all along. Fair weather friends looking for the right time to stick the knife in. Its like mean girls playing with the constitution.

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      • WSB says:

        Wolf’smoonin’em again! You go, Wolf!!!!!!

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I’ve missed my daily dose of #DeepState takedown for a couple of weeks now. Then today, I saw that on Apple News (one of the worst offenders, thanks to GayStapo activist Tim Cook), the minons of curation had top-promoted a HuffPo propaganda article to my wife, mocking Eric Trump for pointing out that his Twitter “follow” recommendations were a ridiculous set of Deep State actors – including Obama and Ellen DeGeneres. When Eric pointed out the Twitter bias and used the hashtag #DeepState, they jumped on him for tweeting about the “deep state conspiracy theory”, as they call it.

          Bad move. Eric Trump is one of my absolute favorite people. When I had more cash, his appeals to support his father were ALWAYS answered. Right now, not so easy, but when they went after him with that, I beat my plowshare into one hell of a sword, and now I will not rest until Clapper and Brennan are in prison. Those FAKE NEWS propagandists will have the words “deep state” seared into their minds by the reality of rogue intelligence leaders who LIED to the American people in SHACKLES.

          No more lies. I’m sick of them. The “deep state” is a beautiful problematic concept of ALL government, and denying it exists is worse than fake climate change. If they’re back on their sickening “progaganda”, I’m back on information artillery.

          Oh – and they’ve pulled more BS on my wife’s media – which they were fools for thinking I would not notice. My deliverables for what they did will rock their worlds.

          Time for megatons of BTFO.

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      • MVW says:

        The truth behind who is funding our corrupt, political operative media needs to be outed.

        And how is it that FRAUD is not being committed?

        And why is it that the media has been given special access?

        And what about government contracts given to some of these media corporations?

        I am sure that there are better or more questions. I suspect there is foreign money, criminal organizations behind the media, after all, I can’t see how the media would be acting any different if they were…

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      • Fake Nametag says:

        I love it.

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      • sobriquet4u says:

        I have lived 66 years growing up listening and reading about propaganda in other countries and never ever thought I would see it in my country. If the media is so intent on lying to this nation so blatantly and pushing Globalist lies then I can not imagine living here under their rule. With the exception of CTH and maybe a couple more…I’m running out of truthful venues.

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        How about “Pure Propaganda” with a tag line for who’s paying so that the corporate-globalist cabal gets identified every time. “Evil” is good, but “news” undoes the intent.

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    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      Kimberley! You mean there is collusion there? No!!!!!! Say it ain’t so. The deep state and the very fake news hysterical drive by media would never do anything like THAT…..

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  3. parteagirl says:

    Suppressing the truth is like trying to hold an inflated beach ball under water. It takes a great deal of effort, and it will eventually pop to the surface anyway.

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  4. I’m wondering if the rats who are attempting to abandon ship….

    have realized the only place they have left is the water that is infested with sharks that have a Trump logo on their sides and wearing MAGA hats?

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  5. mag7978 says:

    This ^^^ is one “pop quiz” I would love to help grade. MAGA Happy New Year SD and Treepers

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  6. Concerned Virginian says:

    Prayers for the safety of Rep. Jordan and his family.

    Liked by 30 people

    • C R Lord says:

      Yeah. Remember the Clinton’s hit list.

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      • SSI01 says:

        Be sure to include Sundance in those prayers. Anyone with his reasoning and analytical powers, and without extensive security systems and a bodyguard, is at great risk. Yesterday’s posting – spot-on and vastly amusing – was a thumb in their eye.

        You are taking proper precautions, are you not?

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      • peace says:

        Her house in NY is on fire. Karma perhaps?

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        • 7delta says:

          Wait, what? Whose house in NY is on fire? Clinton’s? If so, instead of karma, I’d be more inclined toward destruction of evidence. Got to go “fire” up the search engine.

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        • KBR says:

          Burning the bodies.

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        • H.R. says:

          Cause of the blaze was possibly determined to be spontaneous combustion of Hillary’s hair after being briefed on current status of Muh Russia investigations. Fire then spread to the curtains but responding firemen were able to quickly extinguish the fire and limit the damage from the blaze.
          Hillary escaped any serious injury and, undaunted, she selected another wig from her collection. While adjusting her wig, Hillary reportedly said, “See? I coulda’ been president. Is my bottle of hot sauce OK?”

          Film at 11:00.
          Dateline: Cannabis News Network

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          • brh82 says:

            The fire was actually in the house behind the main house, built by the Clintons to house the Secret Service. The” fire was in the ceiling” and put out with fire extinguishers by the Secret Service guys, before the 3 fire engines and an ambulance arrived on the scene A “fire in the ceiling”? And if you think we’ll ever hear the REAL story…

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            • brh82 says:

              I do solemnly swear i will read the whole thread before commenting, so you don’t have to read a repeat of what someone else wrote down-page. Sorry. Mods!

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        • Sharon says:

          No. It is not.

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        • mimbler says:

          You mean, like with a cloth? 🙂

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        • Karma? “at this point what difference does it make?”

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        • Fake Nametag says:

          Let me guess, the fire started in the bathroom closet when the server was immolated by a can of gasoline.

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        • C R Lord says:

          The house wasn’t touched. It was the building next to the house where some political stuff was stored I think. Don’t remember the story now but burning evidence is likely.

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  7. kiskiminetas says:

    Just like a boomerang it will all come back to them.

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  8. freddy says:

    Why are the same 5 or 6 agents involved in most of the scandals and ended up with Mueller going after Trump. Because it’s an intel hit squad and were and are being used to take down the POTUS….Come on Jordan just say it we all get it some time ago. What is the wait. Are you all scared or someone holding your bit tight like they do Gowdy…..Might as well put it out there Jim it’s already clear as a bell here with this incredible thread of articles by SD…..Just read it then get busy Jim…….

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    • I believe that he knows it was an attempt to destroy president Trump and get him impeached….a coup.
      I also think that he has to slow walk this into the consciousness of 1/2 the country….the sheeple, the low-info voter…the people that cried on election night…he has to slow walk it so that they can absorb it….some never will but others will slowly come around…..especially when they notice more money in their paychecks and help-wanted signs popping up everywhere.
      It takes time to deprogram years of brainwashing.

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  9. joeknuckles says:

    I say put each conspirator on the witness stand while Jimmy Jordan crouches in front of them, waiting to pounce and body slam them if they hesitate to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

    Liked by 10 people

    • georgiafl says:

      Jordan was a wrestler and wrestling coach – very good one. He knows leverage, grips, pressure, head locks, and how to pin down an opponent.

      Liked by 21 people

      • SSI01 says:

        Successful wrestlers aggressively grapple. Same thing with troops in combat, or fliers in the air. They close with their opponents, get in their faces, and remain there until the issue is decided in their favor. Let’s hope Jordan remains true to the training he must have provided to his young people over the years.

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        • WSB says:

          Well, deSantis just confirmed on Lou Dobbs that he would have the Congressional jail ready for McCabe and Rosenstein, not wanting to refer this to Justice but enact the Congressional contempt authority…I think both men know exactly what is going on here, and they cannot take anything lightly.

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      • Running Fast says:

        All of which have absolutely zero to do with combating corrupt government agents.

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        • SSI01 says:

          Staying power in the face of opposition, administrative or physical – not being buffaloed – and making sure your opposition knows you are going to stay right there until this thing is settled – all have everything to do with combating corrupt govt agents. They’re convinced they’ve got the entire apparatus of the Federal govt, with bottomless pockets and limitless resources, on their side, and that you’re outgunned materially and physically, and don’t have the grit to stand up to them. I think it’s a good analogy. This corrupt system goes back to the 1960s, at least. They’ve had going on 60 years to establish and strengthen their position. It’s going to come close to blows, I believe, because the DS has EVERYTHING to lose if they fail. Billions of dollars invested by their sponsors, influence, power – all stand to be lost and the key to the whole thing will be taking down the corrupt elements of the FBI and DOJ working with them. Showdown is not far off, hopefully. POTUS makes the difference. This would never have happened under any other President.

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  10. intercesser says:

    WE , the citizens of the worlds only Constitutional Republic , must demand the truth from all of our servants in government . No excuses , no rationalizations , and no justifications . Our God is a God of truth , Who cannot lie .

    Liked by 10 people

    • Founding Fathers Fan says:

      The following countries, also have constitutional republics, just not Our Constitution:
      Ghana, Honduras, India, Mexico, Paraguay, Philippines, Ireland, Sierra Leone, Somaliland, Yemen, as well as Iran and Egypt.

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  11. Kristin says:

    Good questions Jim Jordan!!

    Liked by 9 people

  12. Michael says:

    (1) Never ask multi-part questions.
    (2) Format all questions as “hostile witness” questions.
    My https://en.numista.com/catalogue/photos/malte/g93.jpg

    Liked by 6 people

    • georgiafl says:

      These are just questions he and we want answered, not interrogatories….he’s a lawyer so he would re-work it for court or congressional inquiries.

      Liked by 11 people

      • SSI01 says:

        Frame them so there is a yes-or-no response ONLY allowed. And remind them they are providing sworn testimony that will be checked against available evidence, with perjury the penalty. Five or six more years in the fun house above and beyond the original sentence.

        Don’t drop the soap.

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        • neal s says:

          If someone knows the answers in advance, then questions can be put into a yes or no only format. But it is kind of hard to phrase when questions and why questions into a yes or no only form.

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          • KBR says:

            Not when you know the answers:

            “The only reason I can imagine is that you wanted to stop the election of DJT, is that correct?”

            “The date of the meeting was September 4, 2016, is that right?”

            And a good prosecuting attorney does not usually ask questions in court to which he does not already know the answer.

            Unless of course he hopes to get them talking and trip them up: but that is usually the detective’s job.

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    • mimbler says:

      Both 1 and 2 are spot on Michael. And when they don’t do that, I’m convinced they are just getting camera time, not trying to uncover anything.

      Even if they were to go in to the questioning as naive, the first non-answer would make any adult do exactly what you suggest if they really wanted answers.

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  13. starfcker says:

    The unelected deep state stonewalling our elected representatives. Okay Chucky Schumer, want to take that one to the mat?

    Liked by 3 people

  14. RadioMattM says:

    I am tired of questions. I want action.

    Liked by 6 people

  15. lawton says:

    Did the FBI deliver the documents to Nunes today?

    Liked by 8 people

  16. Kerry Gimbel says:

    This is fun to watch. Buttered popcorn please!

    Liked by 2 people

  17. USA First! says:

    This is getting better every moment!

    Liked by 4 people

  18. Pam says:

    Good work Mr. Jordan. Sundance is right. All will eventually be revealed.

    Liked by 12 people

  19. starfcker says:

    Question #19. Are Trump appointees Christopher Wray and Jeff Sessions going to hold accountable the people who are stonewalling the legitimate requests of our elected representatives?

    Liked by 3 people

  20. talker2u says:

    I demand that Senator Charles Schumer resigns NOW!

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  21. NJF says:

    Really love question #18.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. DodgUSA24 says:

    Sundance – I am now confident that Jim Jordan knows of CTH. 100% Confident. 🙂

    Liked by 14 people

  23. sundance says:

    😀 😀 😀

    This stuff is too much fun.

    Liked by 26 people

  24. Sylvia Avery says:

    According to the article linked below, there are two FBI guys who could give us the goods on the dossier: James Rybicki and Carl Ghattas. The DOJ won’t let them talk to Congress because it might muck up the precious Mueller investigation. :::eyeroll:::

    So, I have seen the name Rybicki before but Ghattas was new to me until I heard Sara Carter mention him last night. Gotta find out who these guys are and what their piece of the puzzle is.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/byron-york-next-stop-for-trump-dossier-probe-the-fbi/article/2632711

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  25. fleporeblog says:

    I can’t tell you how excited I am by Jim Jordan dropping a damn MOAB on Lucifer, Crying Chuck and the rest of the DEMONS involved in this act of TREASON!

    Rep. Devin Nunes will go down in the history books as the man that saved the country and our President during his first month in office. These POS truly believed they were going to be able to sell the Muh Russia story and have our President impeached. Devin Nunes went directly to the WH after reviewing the unmasked documents. He then went in front of the cameras and told the world that what he saw had absolutely NOTHING to do with Russia. He looked scared out of his mind by what he saw. This allowed our Lion 🦁 to go on the offensive and nuke BHO with those four tweets in early March. Telling the world what he knew and that was the fact Barry wiretapped Trump Tower.

    Our President was informed about the wiretapping by another American Patriot and White Hat, Head of the NSA, Admiral Mike Rogers on November 18th. Without mentioning anything to Barry, Brennan, Clapper, Comey etc. he went and told our Lion 🦁. The next day our President picked up his transition team and moved the operation to his property in NJ. At that point they knew that our President knew.

    Senator Chuck Grassley was ready to kill Comey when he was testifying in front of his committee. Grassley pointed out that citizen Grassley would get what he asked for from the FBI before Senator Grassley would. Comey smiled as if to say that is right you dumb fool. At that moment if Grassley had a gun he would have shot Comey. He has and continues to bang the drums for Andrew McCabe. Our Lion 🦁 trust’s him. He even allowed our Wolverines to speak with him about our trade negotiations.

    Ron DeSantis and Jim Jordan have very bright futures in the Repubican Party. Our Lion 🦁 recently tweeted that Ron DeSanctis should run for Governor of Florida. Jim Jordan has a bright future not just in the a House but could be a Senator from the great state of Ohio.

    Folks the White Hats are fighting for us, our President and our country! Justice will prevail! These animals are going to go down. You bring some of their wives in and tell them they will have a choice between the Gas Chamber, Electrocution or Firing Squad if they don’t start talking and telling us everything they know and who was involved. Let them sit and watch actual executions using the different methods. Let them know before testifying that if any of it turns out to be a lie, the choice will no longer be theirs. If they are truthful and forthcoming, they will spend the rest of their miserable lives in prison for TREASON against the United States 🇺🇸 of America.

    Liked by 13 people

    • lawton says:

      Yep Nunes didn’t even know about the Dossier crookedness then but saw where they did crooked unmasking of Trump people.

      Liked by 6 people

    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      I have always believed that whatever Nunes saw shocked him to the core. He may have been one of those people who figured the “thing” would run its course with some sort of statement at the end. Then he got evidence of the depths of the conspiracy and that was the lightening rod.

      Liked by 6 people

      • dutzie60 says:

        I keep trying to imagine what it could have been that he saw to shock him so badly. Unmasking names or tapping phones doesn’t seem to fit. And is it something that could ever be revealed if so bad?

        Liked by 2 people

        • Matthew LeBlanc says:

          I read Rep King from NY saw them and said they read like gossip or a PI in divorce battle following around. He mentioned nothing in the reports had anything to do with Russia. I took it as point blank the Trump team was under surveillance by the .most powerful police for in the world having never been charged with a crime. Pretty frightening stuff.

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        • L. Gee says:

          My bet is that he saw something that affected him personally. No evidence to cite here . . . except human nature–we don’t give a flip until we’re the ones in the crosshairs!

          Liked by 2 people

      • Dekester says:

        CV,

        You are spot on When Nunes gave that presser, he was stunned at what he had been privy too.

        PDJT used the word SICK! PDJT capitalized it too.

        Nunes will stay true.

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  26. RAC says:

    I’m wondering if Papawhatsit was used in the attempt to get the first FISA warrant and it was rejected because it was drunk babble. Then the phoney dossier was brought into play in the second attempt to get a FISA warrant. They needed something to try and legalize what they’d been doing, when their first try failed they’d be getting a bit panicky.

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  27. Jane in Florida says:

    Interesting 2018 developments

    https://thegatewaypundit.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=a1f9b29171f5fb45edb2520ae&id=cf2b0ac723&e=526ef31c5e

    BREAKING: Paul Manfort Suing Dirty Cop Robert Mueller, DOJ and Rod Rosenstein
    January 3, 2018 by Cristina Laila 59 Comment

    Trump’s former campaign chair Paul Manafort filed a civil lawsuit in a DC court Wednesday against Robert Mueller, Rod Rosenstein and the Justice Department.

    The lawsuit alleges Mueller has gone outside of his scope as Special Counsel and the charges brought by Mueller have nothing to do with the 2016 presidential election.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Jane in Florida says:

      What a Tweet!

      Matt Viser
      ‏Verified account @mviser
      2h2 hours ago

      Steve Bannon is, among other things, calling the president’s son “treasonous.”

      President Trump says his former top adviser has “lost his mind.”

      Paul Manafort is suing Bob Mueller.

      Bill and Hillary Clinton’s home in Chappaqua is on fire.

      It’s only the third day of 2018.

      Liked by 22 people

    • JAS says:

      Reading the lawsuit I think Mueller is about to eat a poo-poo sandwich. He really went out of bounds, hoping Manafort would cave and put out some false dirt on POTUS.

      That IS who Mueller IS. That wont go well for him.

      Liked by 1 person

      • JAS says:

        Black hat, White hat, that’s all irrelevant. This guy has the opportunity to bring down a President and does anyone really think that he would pass that up? Dreaming. He wants the notoriety BAD. He will go all out to get it.

        Liked by 1 person

  28. Bull Durham says:

    It would be poetic justice for these FBI/DOJ conspirators to get convicted by using RICO statutes.
    The most un-Constitutional of all Federal prosecutorial tools (though law of the land), RICO would be sweet justice for these dogs.

    Liked by 12 people

  29. Bill Gavila says:

    At the end of “Casablanca”, when Rick has sacrificed being with his love – Ilsa – for the good of the cause, Lazlo turns to Rick and says “Welcome back to the fight… and this time I believe we are going to win” (paraphrase). Apropos to these dark times!

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  30. History Teaches says:

    A big step indeed! From alternative media sleuths to the articulation via elected government representatives. Sunlight is piercing the dark smog of swamp gas!

    All the evidence Sundance has meticulously compiled pretty much reveal the answers to the 18 questions. And both sides know it.

    We are approaching the turning point. Truth and justice will prevail if the intensity of pressure keeps increasing. The deep state has tried every trick in the book and then some. Even with media cheerleaders they haven’t closed the deal.

    2018 will be exquisitely amusing as the wheels of justice grind and the nooses Hillary warned about become a self fulfilling prophecy.

    Liked by 11 people

    • NYGuy54 says:

      Obtaining a dossier from planted Russian misinformation and then using it to get a FISA warrant to spy on the incoming President is TREASON.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        Title 18 §2381. Treason
        Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, 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.
        (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 807; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, §330016(2)(J), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2148.)

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        • KBR says:

          If they suffer death, which is the only part of that that makes any sense at all, we don’t have to worry about them holding any office now do we?

          Otherwise, what is money to these crooks, they probably are rolling in graft and corruption money anyway.

          And “not less than five years?” What a paltry lower limit for treason, should say not less than life in prison without parole.

          So after all the stink and the threat of suborning the entire government, and attempting to steal away the votes of the majority of citizens, they might get $10,001 fine & 5-6 years in a white collar paid luxury hotel called a prison, on our dime?

          Congress! Update this fine and sentence! Or get rid of all but “suffer death!”

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        • WSB says:

          The only thing that should be adjusted for inflation is the fine.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Bill, don’t know why but the song Muddy Waters just came to mind. Looks like muddy waters are going to be drained sooner than we think. Too many involved and now secrets and problems springing up like Spring Flowers and someone or someones are about to be sacrificed!

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  31. progpoker says:

    Glad you found a spot for Yoda!! Thank you!!

    Liked by 2 people

  32. Brant says:

    Could the big distracting Bannon stuff and the book about election night be major big distractions for what real stuff might come out in the next couple weeks? The yuuuger the big ugly, the huger the distractions need to be?

    I wouldn’t know the reasons, but it might be so big the “shiny thing” needs to be equally big to make things “smoother”.

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  33. Coast says:

    “January 3rd is the deadline presented by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes for the FBI to turn over responsive documents, their field agent investigative notes and contact summaries.”
    Did this happen? Anyone know?

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  34. NYGuy54 says:

    Nothing will distract from the OIG report save a shooting war. Most.certainly not Big Mouth Bannon.

    Liked by 5 people

  35. robert granholm says:

    A stab at question #15) GPS Fusion, Podesta lobbying group, Lawyer Ves., and Clinton as Sec Of State all wanted the magniski act (sanctions against Russian Oligarchs) overturned. So there were attempting 1) to suss out the possibility of the Trump team overturning this act once in power. Ans: none; 2) To entrap/blackmail Trump via Trump Jr into support for the repeal; 3) fodder for the Steele dossier. In the end, Trump Jr did not bite, and the meeting did not amount to much, Dem froth notwithstanding.

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  36. CrazyDawg says:

    Any chance POTUS & Bannon are fishing? Seems like the hate between them is on. Will Mueller want to have chat with Bannon now that POTUS put him in his plkacr.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. MrACC says:

    It’s no surprise that the community organizer, inexperienced Obama and his cronies couldn’t come up with a better plan. It’s laughable what these rookies came up with and to think they actually thought they’d get away with it. POTUS Trump is running circles around these crooks. Now, book’em Dano!

    Liked by 1 person

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

    I’m outta popcorn…..is it legal to eat pretzels while reading TCTH?

    Liked by 4 people

  39. Brant says:

    I wonder if chappaqua fire was trying something more than, “what, like with a cloth or something?”

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Alex50 says:

    Question21: Why wasn’t Crowdstrike thoroughly vetted before blindly accepting their verdict of Russian hacking. Who was responsible for this acquiescence instead of demanding that the DNC
    server be examined only by the FBI’s own forensics lab.

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  41. Guys it was George Papadopoulos in the study with the candlestick. Really guys. Really.

    Liked by 4 people

  42. Striker says:

    I believe it’s time for DOD to seize Langley. Our republic is in serious danger.

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  43. Kaco says:

    Pam has just posted a couple of Chad Pergram tweets, saying Speaker Ryan, Director Wray, and Rosenstein are having a meeting about the Russian probe.

    Has Nunes gotten those documents he requested from the FBI yet?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      I bet they are trying to shut down Jordan and Nunes.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      So this is giving me an uneasy feeling.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Jim in TN says:

        Me too. In the Jordan interview Sundance posted he was thankful for the full support of the speaker amongst others. But that was a month ago. Since then Gowdy implied Nunez did not have the speakers support for contempt charges. At least that was how that attack piece characterized his take.

        I don’t want to give too much credit to the fakenews. So we shall see.

        If they continue to fail to comply, they are going to have to give a real good reason and do so publicly. This is a runaway agency accountable to no one.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Howie says:

          Quadrillions of dollars are at stake and Bit Coin too.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Plain Jane says:

          PDJT knows what to do. In the meantime deep state people are putting nooses around their neck, the dems and the media are making maniacal noise, satan’s minions are terrorizing satan’s useful fools, and more and more of the citizens are getting more and more p.o’ ed with the media and government fools. Education is taking place.

          When our man says so, the guillotine blade will saunter down real slow and steady for maximum effect.

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      • Kaco says:

        Me, too, the wheels of justice are turning too slow for my comfort. I’ve just been reading all the daily reports here and praying it will all come out, and the perps are indicted and prosecuted. As far as I’m concerned, it has all come out, but no prosecutions. Feel like sending Sundance’s evidence, among others to the DOJ and asking what are they waiting for?

        Perhaps, the IG’s report on Monday will be the final wait?

        Liked by 1 person

    • NYGuy54 says:

      No and that’s why Director Wray is there. Trying to navigate through this.

      Liked by 2 people

    • G3 says:

      The gig is up.
      America is watching.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Patriot1783 says:

      Maybe re Manfort lawsuit against Mueller and Rosenstein?

      Liked by 2 people

  44. burnett044 says:

    Exposure is wonderful…but after turning over all the rocks and rotten logs in the swamp …revealing all the scum and cock roaches …creepy crawlin crooks…
    well it means nothi ng if we do not have a way to hold them accountable…if not then it is all just talk..perhaps I am jut jaded and have seen far too many walk.?

    Liked by 1 person

  45. MVW says:

    I am not sure the DhimmiRats are smart enough to keep up with the unravelling of their world of lies.

    Liked by 2 people

  46. Sorry folks, it’s not just a few rotten apples in the CIA/FBI/DOJ. You’d have to look real hard to find the good guys in that operation. The good ones have all been kicked out.

    “Oh, no no no, not our beloved FBI. It’s only one or two”. Really, it is naivety and a complete lack of accountbility, and wholesale trust of those who they were supposed to serve that has brought us this far. Just like the Catholic Church priests. Remember?

    Liked by 2 people

  47. Boots says:

    Rope. Dossier conspirator. Tree. Some assembly required.

    Liked by 3 people

  48. Where is Bill Priestap?

    Liked by 3 people

  49. Craig from Scotland says:

    Question No 11
    Ref: Lisa Page

    CBS News September 29, 2017, 12:29 AM
    ‘Special counsel attorney departs for FBI’
    “Prior to her position with the FBI, Page worked as a trial attorney in the Organized Crime and Gang Section of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. Page has prosecuted a number cases involving eastern European organized crime. In one case, she partnered with an FBI task force in Budapest that investigated a money-laundering case against Mr. Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort’s one-time business partner, Dmitry Firtash, a Ukrainian oligarch.”

    ——————————-
    Clearly a conflict of interest. The special counsel remit is with reference to so-called election interference but all they have actioned is a rehash of a previous money-laundering case.
    There may be substance to the case in it’s own right but you can’t bring the case using special counsel as cover.
    In any event, can you imagine what the discovery process will provide Manafort legal team !
    LOL

    “Show me the man and I will find the crime”
    Lavrenti Beria, the head of Joseph Stalin’s KGB

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