Judge Jeanine Interviews Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows…

Fox News Host Judge Jeanine Pirro interviews Representative Jim Jordan and Representative Mark Meadows about current DC issues and the recent moves by the Attorney Generals’ office.

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207 Responses to Judge Jeanine Interviews Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows…

  1. sundance says:

    Laura Ingraham also interviewed Jim Jordan on Friday Night:

    Liked by 28 people

    • starfcker says:

      Jim Jordan shares my admiration for all the great work and transparency Jeff “possum” Sessions has provided to his committees in these important matters.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Thecleaner says:

        Ive always wondered why it seemingly takes months to provide a stack of blank paper….one positive is the DOJ wont run the risk of blowing the toner budget any time soon

        Liked by 7 people

        • starfcker says:

          Actually, they redact stuff in black, so it’s hell on the toner budget.

          Liked by 10 people

          • Sylvia Avery says:

            The page that Mark Meadows held up was a sheet of paper with the header on it, To, From, Subject, Date and a black line outlining where the body of the text of the email would be. Inside that black line it was perfectly blank.

            Strangest thing. Where I came from, when we had to release redacted materials, we had teams of people with heavy black markers actually reading the print outs and marking it out. But that was a decade ago….obviously the feds have stepped up their game. Or something.

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            • Laurie Churchill says:

              It’s still done that way, but most use the afobe dedacting software. It works great and even allows for the option to white out instead of blacking out.

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      • drdeb says:

        Jordan is one of the few who represents We The People VS lining his pockets!

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Slowly, slowly the tension has been building. But things are speeding up now. Almost every time I turn around there is a new development cropping up involving one of these scandals.

      I can hardly wait to see what’s next. We’ve all fallen into the middle of a real life page turner. It’s way late at night and I have to get up early, but I just have to finish this chapter and then I’ll put the book down….unless Sundance posts something else….!

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  2. bullnuke says:

    Congress needs a bit more patience. It could also be a staged protest knowing full well what is going on behind the scenes with Sessions.

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  3. mitrom says:

    Ran across another interesting article about our Intel agencies using British Intel agency to help spy on Trump/his associates. The article was written in Sept. 2017, but it seems pretty accurate and extensive.
    https://truepundit.com/exclusive-six-u-s-agencies-conspired-to-illegally-wiretap-trump-british-intel-used-as-front-to-spy-on-campaign-for-nsa/

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    • Laurie says:

      And we wonder why there is an obvious thaw between #10 Downing Street and our POTUS.
      Teresa May better be careful. If she or the UK have a hand in any aspect of this, our POTUS
      will expose it.

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      • BobInFL says:

        I have been thinking the exact same thing Laurie. It would seem to me that President Trump and Teresa May should be very fast friends and that relations with the UK should be great but they apprear to be very frosty. The meetings I have seen pictures of do not look like they have gone swimmingly especially from the looks on Teresa May’s face.

        If true (and I personally believe they are true), then Teresa May’s intel agencies were involved in this garbage. Maybe what we have seen is some cold anger on the part of our President towards our supposedly strongest ally for their part in all of this.

        I have said in a couple of recent comments that the swamp is bubbling at this point and that some of the turds are overflowing are about to wash up on the shores of the UK. I would not be surprised to see other “five-eyes” countries included too – especially the Aussies.

        I think the Judge was right on the money last year and that the silencing of the Judge by fox was a big tell – at least it was for me. It has been in the back of my mind throughout the last couple of months. Now we are seeing more about the Brits – a little here, a little there.

        Maybe the UK Prime Minister is trying to get out in front of the impending storm.

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    • Shadrach says:

      Interesting. I wondered about this back when the whole wiretapping thing was first coming out. It’s not kosher to spy on US nationals in the US, but it’s perfectly fine for us to spy on (for example) Pakistanis in Pakistan. Plus we were busted for spying on Merckel’s cellphone, so that whole “don’t spy on your friends” thing had obviously gone out the window by then.

      However, once they had a FISA warrant, then there’s no need of conspiring with the British to get the information we already had “legal” access to, even if it’s back-dated “legal access”. Also, what’s this about two failed FISA warrants? I thought there was only one failed warrant?

      “The decision to insert GCHQ as a back door to eavesdrop was sparked by the denial of two FISA Court warrant applications filed by the FBI to seek wiretaps of Trump associates.”

      Do you know what he’s talking about here?

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  4. Ari says:

    Ha ha ha. Congress showing up smoke screens by criticizing Sessions? Sounds like UniParty chaff deployment is in full swing.

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  5. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    A great thread to follow is this one

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    • kiskiminetas says:

      I believe I have read thread.

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      • Thecleaner says:

        It would seem to me that given the very nature of the DOJ is to conduct investigations, and the judiciary and oversight committees oversee those investigations, that they would have figured out a way to do their jobs by now. How the hell can there be oversight if the DOJ/FBI can simply cite “ongoing investigation” and refuse to cooperate with their oversight committees?….
        It all seems rather pointless.

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        • Summer says:

          Exactly. Congress is supposed to oversee all ongoing investigations so the current excuse for stonewalling the Jeff apologists came up with this time around is as laughable as the previous one — “Jeff wants to protect the integrity of his multiple secret investigations from RINO and Dems.”

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          • G. Combs says:

            Actually it is based on testimony By AG Sessions TO Congress. He point blank said he can not comment or even confirm or deny if an ongoing investigation is happening.

            Given all the lawyers IN Congress and the fact that Ag Sessions is also a lawyer, I will take it that is a known fact and that is why AG Session was not challenged about it.
            ….

            I am sick and tired of digging up the laws to prove my point. Why don’t YOU SHOW US THE LAW saying the DOJ has to blab about on going cases to congress?

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          • Your theme argues that the FBI and DOJ must keep Congress – whose UniParty members forewarn perps of investigative threats and conspire with the media to undermine our system of justice – fully apprised of investigative findings in real time.

            Absurd.

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    • WSB says:

      I believe DOJ has precedence. I wonder if we are just being fed silly stuff, and the lame press could not even see this with three eyes open?

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  6. kiskiminetas says:

    I believe it is a staged protest as well and they are aware of what is coming down. I am so impressed with PDJT’s ability to bring pressure on people to do what he wants them to do. Do you really think McConnell and other Republicans wanted to end up passing the Tax Bill and then find themselves on the Capital stairs with Trump? Our President put extreme pressure on them and we don’t hear much out of them about it. I say that is winning when donor fed swamp dwellers do what they were never going to do.

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      democrats need to believe the conservative outrage is real and so if you are a genius you know it needs to be real outrage..it’s the same concept as “The news is fake but the leak is real”

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  7. Dave says:

    There is a reason we don’t know why the President hasn’t let go the AG. Nothing gets by PDJT’s notice. He is always focused on all his priorities. Ignorance is not in his game. Nobody hoodwinks him and gets away with it. I have the greatest confidence in the President’s decisions, and therefore, I have confidence in Sessions. Period!

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  8. chojun says:

    I think Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows know the right questions to ask. I don’t think they’re asking for Sessions to resign. I think they’re making the case for Special Council because Sessions is recused.

    It may be a very effective strategy.

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  9. M. Mueller says:

    Hagmann Report – Nooses Around Deep State Actors Begin to Tighten 11:40 on You Tube tries to explain all that Sundance has uncovered and connected. He does, right at the beginning, credit Sundance with all of the info.

    I’m not putting the video here because we already know it all, but it is interesting listening to him. Sundance has laid it out so much better and clearer. When someone tries to just explain everything without the step by step it gets too deep and confusing. Good to know, though, that at least others are trying to get it all out there.

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    • Kristin says:

      Sundance is/was right to say that this whole conspiracy is too big and too deep for the people to understand all at once.
      We have been guided by Sundance, piece by piece, he unveiled one co conspirator after another and showed us the links and the leads.
      Everyday.
      Sometimes a few times a day.
      And we will know how they put it all together and the finale will be spectacular.

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  10. bill says:

    So, if the CIA works with the Media and the Media is in collusion with Hillary Clinton and we know Hillary to be corrupt. What does it say about the CIA and Media? References below:

    Is the CIA, Left Wing Media and Hillary Clinton a benefit or a risk to America?

    FOIA Requests Expose Corporate Media Working Directly with the CIA

    http://theantimedia.org/foia-requests-expose-corporate-media-working-directly-with-the-cia/

    NBC News Defends Bogus NY Times Trump Russia Story, Then Wikileaks Drops 200+ Emails Proving Widespread NBC Collusion with Hillary

    https://truepundit.com/nbc-news-defends-bogus-ny-times-trump-russia-story-wikileaks-drops-200-emails-proving-widespread-msm-collusion-hillary/

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    • prenanny says:

      Never forget that it was under clinton that Jamie Gorelick “stove piped” the CIA and FBI.

      Liked by 2 people

    • David A says:

      Yes, there appears to be real potential here for the entire DNC- Deep State-MSM criminal organization, built over decades, primarily by the Clintons, and fully expanded and empowered by the extremely arrogant Obama administration, to be taken out in one massive investigation followed by another, all rooted in the 1.2 million page OIG report.

      “Lock them up” may refer to hundreds each of FBI – CIA – DOJ – EPA – IRS – NSA – DHS and the MSM as well as other additional complicit individuals in other federal agencies.

      The criminal threads they pull may go all the way back to the Clinton admin, but most likely will incorporate ” fast and furious” and Bengazi actions, as well as the entire Iran deal and support of terrorist organizations like the MB ( Anwan brothers) and local violent groups like ANTIFA and BLM.

      Justice may actually prevail.

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  11. Michael says:

    STOP I gotta get some sleep!

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  12. Bad_Brad says:

    So I’m reading the reason these guys are not getting the documents they want is because of the Inspector Generals investigation. Can anybody shed any lite on that?

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  13. luke says:

    It has been reported in the last couple days that both Meadows and Jordan have insisted Sessions step aside. That’s troubling to me. I’m on and off again with regards to the JS bandwagon. He has successfully managed to piss off every pothead in the country and some of them vote too you know. Guess it doesn’t matter much now as we are at the climax of the story I assume. We will all know by February rather or not Sessions was/is the right man for the job.

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    • bill says:

      Sessions, seems to either be a Trojan Horse or a Political Surveyor. It seems from my perspective that the Assistant AG and the current FBI Director are behaving in a odd manner to be White Hats.

      Liked by 5 people

    • WhistlingPast says:

      Based on absolutely nothing I’m coming around to thinking Sessions all these months has been taking a beating just like Muhammed Ali absorbed all his opponent’s punches… then at the end knocked the guy out!

      Could it be??

      Liked by 13 people

      • WhistlingPast says:

        He called it the Rope-a-Dope 🙂

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      • luke says:

        Idk, I hope that may be the case. Really though I think the best person to answer the question is PDJT. He’s expressed frustration with him over Sessions more than once. Chaffetz I do not trust but Jordan and Meadows have both earned their stripes. After all is said and done it may prove to be better if Sessions is not involved in some huge takedown of the opposing political party.

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        • M. Mueller says:

          Luke, I’m not being contentious – just asking seriously; how did Jordan earn his stripes? By talking a good game? He was there on other investigations with Gowdy. How is he different? I’d really like to believe in him, but I just can’t yet.

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          • luke says:

            I guess it depends on how you see this outcome playing out. Personally I am content with protecting our President and MAGA agenda. For those that want to see the other side jailed (for obvious reasons) Jordan hasn’t accomplished much I cede you that point. I’m not against the latter but not convinced it can even happen without blowing up the system. It would be extremely difficult to do without being targeted as a dictator that jails his political enemies yada yada. You know the story. This is why I question Sessions leaving Trump’s flank exposed.

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        • skifflegirl says:

          Unfortunately, this intel source, Zaq, has not been wrong on any info he’s given over the last six months. He says Sessions is “deeply compromised.”

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          • Shadrach says:

            How does “Zaq” know any better than you or I whether Sessions is compromised or not?
            And apparently he knows waaaaay better than PDJT who appointed him? Give me a break.

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            • Shadrach says:

              For clarification on my comment, I’m perfectly willing to listen to what Zaq has to say on things related to his area of expertise as touted (military and counterterrorism). I am not at all interested in his opinion on things he cannot possibly know any more than we do.

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            • skifflegirl says:

              Did you listen to the video? Seems you didn’t. He is a vetted intel source who has had solid and verifiable info for over six months. Just because you haven’t heard of him doesn’t mean anything. As a matter of fact, he seems to say that Qanon is a disinfo campaign -that he is part of- to keep “the pillars of our republic in place.” Go figure. The bug he speaks of “specter bug” was unleashed through a partnership of Silicon Valley and the IC to flush out the corruption in government. Schmidt and the Saudi sheiks came down, now the Silicon Valley Sultans fell in to line.

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              • Shadrach says:

                I agree with him that Qanon is fake. I agree with him about Spectre. I don’t think he knows anything about Sessions. Why would he?

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                • Shadrach says:

                  Wait…I don’t agree that Spectre was put there to “flush out corruption in gov’t”. That’s ridiculous.

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                • skifflegirl says:

                  The “Specter Bug.” The highest of the high can’t hide from the technology that they have. “Emails and pdf’s” that Zaq has seen.
                  He says Assange will be in the US next week. I guess if that happens, you’ll know Zaq isn’t in it for the fame or money. He is protecting the president, supports him supremely and see’s everything. Especially the bad guys.

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      • why? He does not have to do that kind of drama…..Just be honest and forthright with the American people.

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      • LafnH2O says:

        Dance like a 🦋
        STING like a 🐝

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  14. Reef Dweller says:

    Just a fun fact re: Jim Jordan—–I’ll lay odds on a wrestler with a 150-1 record any day.

    While at Graham HS, he was a four-time state wrestling champion with a career record of 150–1.

    Jordan was a two-time NCAA Division I wrestling champion. In the 1985 NCAA championship match, Jordan defeated future two-time Olympic gold medalist and four-time world champion John Smith.

    Before entering politics, he was an assistant wrestling coach with the Ohio State University wrestling program.

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  15. bill says:

    Obama legalized “The Use Of Propaganda On The US Public” in 2013.

    Now, who do you suppose the government would have used to convey that Propaganda, to the American Public?

    Proof the law was passed:
    In 2013 Obama Legalized The Use Of Propaganda On The US Public
    http://www.commonsenseevaluation.com/2016/11/21/propaganda-on-the-us-public/

    So, how would you answer the question now “Is the CIA, Left Wing Media and Hillary Clinton a benefit or a risk to America?”.

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  16. Ari says:

    Sessions job is to bring down the mountain on the conspirators in a court of law. When the time comes he will be in a perfect position politically.

    I am wondering if Bannon got caught in any leak investigations? That might explain his erratic behavior as of late.

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  17. Michael says:

    Mmmm Judge Jeanine.
    With that I say tchau for now.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. I like how Sessions has positioned himself. They will, but they shouldn’t scream bias at him. He’s played the game well!

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  19. Rock Eye Jack says:

    If Congress will receive all these Documents on January 15, what the heck did they gain.
    Rosenstein had already promised these Documents to the House Judiciary Committee on
    January 15

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  20. The240report says:

    Abe Lincoln’s bad decision still haunts America…

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  21. Bad_Brad says:

    Jim Jordan is NOT Gowdy. Jim Jordan is getting results. Gowdy talks reeeeeeeel good.Never a result. Plus Jordan’s a fellow grappler so I got to stick up for him. You learn things from that experience. Like never quit.

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    • WhistlingPast says:

      And that’s not pro wrestling either!
      No kayfabe 😉

      Liked by 1 person

    • prenanny says:

      You do not know that as yet, it aint over.
      Just like Issa and Gowdy b4 him at “this” point in hearings they got results.
      I wrassle with my cat but I never attribute trust in a politician based on the sport they chose in high school.

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      • David A says:

        I hired 4 to 140 people a day. I ALWAYS hired former successful wrestlers. Zero of them were lazy.
        ( True, not a guarantee of integrity, but wrestling is an individual sport requiring great will to be successful, and there are no short cuts, no fixes, no alibis. )

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        • prenanny says:

          My cat would agree that wrasslin as a young kitten taught him his hunting skills.
          I hope you are right about Jordon, just can’t get excited about it yet.

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  22. Bull Durham says:

    Placing hope in FaceTime Congressmen is delusional.

    The reason Nunes is effective is he isn’t in it for FaceTime. He’s doing his duty to uphold the Constitution.

    By the way, Jordan has a JD and zero experience prosecuting. There is little evidence he did anything with the law degree other than use it as a prop for his career.

    Sessions was Attorney General of Alabama, and 13 years a Federal Prosecutor.

    He destroyed the KKK in Alabama. He saw to it that a murderer from the Klan was executed.

    Sessions is my kind of AG. He’s all about Rule of Law, the Constitution and ethical behavior top to bottom.

    One week ago there was nothing pointed at Clinton and the corrupt Dems. This week 5 major investigations are ongoing. That’s what patience gets us.

    Big people are going to be indicted.

    There’s a lot of mediocrities in Congress and on the Media and in the Swamp calling for his firing or forced resignation. Why? Because they know Sessions is ruin their game.

    Just look at marijuana outcry. Why? Billions of bucks paying off the politicians.
    Tough enforcement of laws. Suddenly, Republicans sound like Dems.
    Gowdy, Chavettz, Jordan, Issa, produced ZERO on slam dunk Benghazi.
    They are all about FaceTime. Not worth spit in prosecuting anyone for anything.

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  23. Donna in Oregon says:

    It is illogical for the DOJ/FBI to investigate itself.

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    • G. Combs says:

      It is the Office of Inspector General who is doing the investigation upon request from Congress and outside parties like Judicial watch.
      Dave goes into it in detail: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/949501891108593664.html

      This is the fight between Horowitz and the Obummer FBI:
      “[…]As I have testified on multiple occasions, in order to conduct effective oversight, an IG must have timely and complete access to documents and materials needed for its audits, reviews, and investigations. This is an issue of utmost importance, as evidenced by the fact that 47 Inspectors General signed a letter in August 2014 to the Congress strongly endorsing the principle of unimpaired Inspector General access to agency records.

      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[…]” https://oig.justice.gov/testimony/t150224.pdf

      😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡
      THIS IS ONE P!SSED-OFF BULLDOG!
      😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

      This is the The Inspector General Act
      As Sundance stated the Obummer DOJ denied Inspector General Horrowitz access National Security Division of the Department of Justice (now under Dana J. Boente the OTHER AG that President Trump refused to accept a resignation from. ⬅️ IMPORTANT)
      This is based on that law saying the AG of the DOJ has the say as to what are security issues the IG can not inspect. HOWEVER AG Session can rescind that order and allow the IG to inspect the National Security Division of the Department of Justice.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Do you SEE the beauty of President Trump’s Set-up??

      1. Ag Sessions fires ALL the top Oboma hold overs
      2. President Trump refuses the resignation of TWO.

      Where are those TWO AGs ⬅️ with the Obama Stamp of Approval go?

      Why in the most CRITICAL POSITIONS!!!
      Rosey as Assistant who appoints Mueller

      and

      Dana J. Boente as National Security Division of the Department of Justice.

      The Swamp critters breath a sigh of relief. Their butts are covered. Even better AG Sessions was forced to recuse by the Congressional DemonRats so he is out of the picture. President Trump reinforces this view by jumping on AG Sessions for the Recusial. And now the Repubs are calling for his resignation!

      “Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent’s fate.” ~ Sun Tzu

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    • tinkerthinker2 says:

      And is it legal for partners in crime to give each other immunity?

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  24. Bad_Brad says:

    Anybody here following QAnon? I’m hooked and hopeful.
    If so, “Trust Sessions, Sessions is a patriot”.

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  25. woohoowee says:

    The DNC/Crooked also rigged a primary election while she was supposed to be under investigation.

    Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      That is a very interesting take!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Yeah, the Clinton campaign and the DNC were just CHARGED I believe or may that is the wrong terminology? Maybe a “complaint” filed? By the Federal Election Commission for breaking federal campaign finance laws.

      I don’t really understand it and found the details a bit tedious, but Donna Brazile came out in her book and talked about how the DNC was broke and Hillary basically bought the DNC by bailing them out financially if they agreed to do her bidding.

      Where they ran into legal issues is something involving the states’ Dim Party finances where poor little Dim sheep donated money via their state Dim Party structure thinking it was going to support Bernie but Whoops! It got sucked up by the Clinton money vacuum, or something kinda like that. Don’t quote me on this part because this is where my eyes glazed over…

      Anyway, I grinned bigly because, well, I’m not a nice person and it is one more legal problem for Hillary.

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  26. gda says:

    First time poster here. Great site Sundance. We are in awe.

    You’ll notice that Meadows confirmed the date that Nunes is to receive all these documents by – Jan 15th. It’s no coincidence that this is the same date that the IG is to drop the 1.2M documents on his investigation.

    As predicted by Sundance, the stars (dates) have aligned, and the universe is in perfect harmony.

    MAGA

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  27. konradwp1 says:

    Time to ignore Jordan and Meadows.
    Sure, Jordan looked good with his “18 questions”, but from this interview, he is clearly still playing Uni-Party games. He just copied those questions from conservative websites.

    Look at them blathering on about Hillary and Uranium 1. Hillary is yesterday’s news. Now she is just a spasming old crone is sodden “Depends” dying of Binswangers disease. Lock her up? Whatever! Thanks to American patriot Admiral Mike Rodgers, there is a bigger prize in reach. This is the chance to destroy the deep state players that allow foul candidates like Hillary to flourish. Why go for just Hillary when you can destroy all those who support and cooperate with candidates like her for many decades into the future?

    Forget congressional or senate inquiries. These just give the foul ones like Schiff material to leak, and a chance for Uni-Party players like Jordan and Meadows to virtue signal. Real prosecutions are what is needed. You know, like those thousands of sealed cases before US courts that suddenly started mounting up after November 2017? Jordan and Meadows have nothing to do with those.

    Nunes, Sessions and Horowitz are the people to watch. Note that Jordan and Meadows are both dissing Sessions? They want to drag this back to the sham of congressional and senate inquiries. Back to their theatre. Back to where they can “seem” but not “do”. They still hope that Deep State can prevail and the Uni-Party games continue. They are not really behind MAGA. They are still planning on bringing down Trump so the old games can continue.

    And you can see the Deep State / Uni-party recovery plan in full swing. Ohooo look! DOJ and FBI are being ever so good! Re-opening Clinton email and server enquiries! Don’t you see? They’re being ever so good! No need for vicious and sustained public floggings now! Even Jordan and Meadows agree!! It’s all about Hillary and uranium 1. Illegally obtaining an FISA warrant and spying on Trump and his family? Deep State players conspiring against a presidential candidate? Forget all that! Uni-Party players Jordan and Meadows are going after Uni-party player Hillary!

    Whooo! Woo … w … oo … ?

    Eyes on the prize Treepers. Hillary? Jordan? Meadows? All yesterday’s news. Don’t get distracted. Eyes on the prize.

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    • prenanny says:

      Many scales that fell off during the TRUMP election are growing back in short order.

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    • G. Combs says:

      You are correct.

      I don not want the puppets (Obummer and the Hilderbeast) I WANT THE PUPPETMASTERS!

      Never forget President Trump’s Christmas Present to Deplorables. His Executive Order.

      There are two points where the Take down will horrify most Americans, liberal or not.

      The first is the illegal Trump spying esp if, as I think, it included cameras in Smart TVs doing VISUAL spying.

      The second is the human trafficking for paedophilia and worse, involving politicians, the wealthy and even religious leaders.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      I would also forget Nunez, and probably Sessions. Horowitz is the wild card. I really don’t know who he is or what he’s up to. I trust Trump and that’s about it. Maybe there are some covert players that Trump trusts that we don’t know about.

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    • D. Manny says:

      Nunes is part of the Gang of 8, and you’re saying he’s not a member of the uniparty?

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  28. I guess Jordan and Meadows haven’t figured out yest that Sessions is playing 3-D chess (s/c).

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    • D. Manny says:

      Wray said they weren’t going to take action until they’ve hear from the last witness. I’d prefer it be sooner too, but regardless, that’s their decision. I can see the wisdom in that position.

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    • Amberlene says:

      I think Jordan and Meadows are moving in lockstep with Trump. If Trump was happy with Sessions and wanted him as AG they would not be calling for him to go. I believe Trump is quietly waiting for the Mueller investigation to end or for the calls to remove Sessions to grow louder before he fires him so he won’t be accused of obstruction. Sometimes things aren’t complicated

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  29. If I was Don Jr. I would absolutely refuse to speak to congress again…that’s ridiculous to think he should have to come again; just a way for the Dems to keep the collusion fantasy going and give their base something to get fired up about. Did it ever cross Jordan’s mind that this costs Don Jr money, time. reputation….destroyed for what? A sham?

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  30. hardworkingsob says:

    Has Sundance performed a deep dive on the Trump Tower/Veselnitskaya meeting? Everything I’ve read suggests it was a sting operation promulgated by the senior members of the FBI/DOJ to ensnare Trump associates. Certainly within his purview, will Mueller provide sunlight or hide the truth? Did team Trump anticipate the sting and use it to their advantage? If this was a trap, I can’t think of a more evil act amongst the many committed by these felons. In future years, this is going to be one helluva book.

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  31. D. Manny says:

    Here’s one thing that caught my attention….

    According to the CNN report the wiretapping and surveillance of Paul Manafort started sometime in 2014 and then was discontinued after nothing of criminal value or significance was gained. [NOTE: FISA warrants must be updated in 90 day increments; continued surveillance involving U.S. persons must be justified; if nothing exists the court orders the surveillance to cease the warrant is no longer valid.] However, according to the same leaked source reporting from CNN the wiretapping began again in 2016.
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/09/19/revelations-of-comey-wiretapping-manafort-may-explain-uncomfortable-march-20th-congressional-answer/
    ————————
    2016-09-26 Temporary FISA warrant issued.
    2016-10-26 FISA Court grants extension.
    2016-11-26 FISA Court grants extension.

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    • D. Manny says:

      Obviously, the FISA court was feeling uncomfortable about something, which is why they put them on such a short leash….

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      • D. Manny says:

        “Sometime in June 2016 the James Comey FBI was denied a FISA warrant by the court (rarely done).”

        So we have two very unusual events with this judge…..hmmmmm…….

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  32. cali says:

    I think we need to learn to be patient despite the urge to want answers yesterday. Patience is a virtue and of essence!
    What the DT administration faces is not something that was created 2, 4 or a couple more years earlier – this rabbit hole goes very deep. It also involves others outside the US and big players on the international stage and leaders of other countries. Don’t underestimate the assistance Hillary, Obama and gang et al had from the EU, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Ukraine and others. They all played a geo-political and evil games that counted us citizens as victims. When you think about the 22+ trillion dollars walking out the treasury dept used for our political leadership at their pleasure while bankrupting us I mean it can’t get no worse.
    I admit to be critical of Sessions but have come around knowing his style of conduct. He is the silent, quiet but meticulous and destructive assassin when it counts.
    Parallel to all these various investigations are some that is not openly known but involves critical intelligence since we also have a major espionage scandal on our hands that too needs care to solve. That involves HRC, Huma, the Awan family and espionage with Pakistan, Obama et al, Hezbollah, Iran but then there is the big news recently learned: The CIA/Deep state being in charge of NK having stored nuclear weapons there. How is it that the American citizens to this day don’t know that Obama et al visited NK 17 different times during his white house years? You see there is so much more.
    Sundance investigates using methods which are calm, meticulous but careful as not to throw a bread crumbs to the bad guys to give them an inch and to think of what to do next. This is the way we need to follow and exercise patience. We all know The Bible teaches us that ‘all in the dark will come into the light’. When you study Sundance’s roll-out of each scandal he does it piece by piece ending with a compilation of his previous post. He also adds new progress and facts to each new post.
    Sessions, Wray and IG Horowitz work in similar ways – together with Nunes and the other handful of patriots it all has to fit together like a puzzle. It is not an easy task because our current administration is a first of its kind and are catching up what these seditious politicians of the past four administrations (Reagan excluded) have done over the last 60+ years.
    So let’s be patient and give them reasonable time to roll it all out like Sundance does for us here. They are all aware that our patience has worn thin and they are aware that most citizens are ready to grab their pitchforks. They know there are on borrowed time.
    If nothing else they all know that we said long time ago ‘enough is enough’. This president is not Obama, Clinton or Bush so we know we are in good hands right now.

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

    To err is human and to forgive is divine but to seek and exact revenge is utopia. I want utopia.

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    • mimbler says:

      I just read a few to get the flavor, and while there is no bigger critic of the media than myself, I didn’t really get what was wrong with the exchanges I looked at.

      If a reporter is writing a story featuring the CIA, it makes sense to contact the CIA for any contributions they can make.

      Just like if they are writing a story about the school board, I’d expect them to have contact with the school board for input.

      Now maybe there is some smoking gun stuff in there, but I didn’t sense it enough to dedicate time to searching through all of them.

      Perhaps I’m missing the importance of these.

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  34. bill says:

    The CIA’s Mop-Up Man: L.A. Times Reporter Cleared Stories With Agency Before Publication
    https://theintercept.com/2014/09/04/former-l-times-reporter-cleared-stories-cia-publication/

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  35. D. Manny says:

    It helps to go back over old articles again, and I’d forgotten this part:

    “During Mr. Browder’s testimony the origin of the Fusion GPS ‘Russian Dossier’ was discussed. Browder stated the Russian government actually paid Fusion GPS to create the Steele propaganda dossier on candidate Donald Trump.”
    ————-
    2016-10-31 Perkins Coie terminates the services of Fusion GPS.
    Steele continued to work a further three months after PC terminated their services……

    Who was paying for him?

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  36. I believe that President Trump is the master of “The Art of the Ruse”.

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  37. Mickturn says:

    Redactions in any document done by those in charge of those who created the document is clearly obstruction of Justice.

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