DOJ “Small Group Official” Bruce Ohr Demoted Again – Removed From Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force…

The walls continue closing inThe STORY IS GETTING OUT. The Bigger media voices will eventually catch up to the story.  Right now the scale of the story is so large, and the consequences so damaging to the Republic, they are scared to call it out… but that won’t last too much longer.  They can’t ignore it much longer.

As OIG (Michael Horowitz) and Congressional Investigators (Nunes, Goodlatte, Grassley) begin assembling the evidence against the corrupt DOJ and FBI officials, the current DOJ/FBI leadership begin working in concert to position the corrupt.

Former FBI Counterintelligence #2, Peter Strzok, is now holding down a chair in the Human Resources Department;  FBI/DOJ Attorney Lisa Page, previously “Andy” McCabe’s legal aide – now carrying legal ebola, wanders aimlessly amid the halls of Main Justice; FBI Chief Legal Counsel Jim Baker is currently in charge of stapler inventory; FBI Asst. Director McCabe is trying to make it to retirement in March… and today the previously disciplined DOJ attorney Bruce Ohr takes another demotion.

WASHINGTON DC – A Justice Department official demoted late last year for concealing his meetings with the men behind the anti-Trump “dossier” has been stripped of yet another title, Fox News has learned.

Bruce Ohr is no longer head of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force.

Separately, sources familiar with the discussions tell Fox News that the Justice Department is expected to comply with demands from the House Intelligence Committee to provide Ohr for an interview. He is scheduled to visit the committee on Jan. 17, sources said.

Fox News first reported in December that Ohr had been demoted from the position of associate deputy attorney general, after it was revealed he had conducted undisclosed meetings with dossier author Christopher Steele and Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that produced the salacious document.

At the time of his demotion, DOJ officials told Fox News that Bruce Ohr had been “wearing two hats,” and would fall back to his other title and portfolio – as head of OCDETF.

Now, Ohr has been stripped of that role as well; former deputy director Thomas Padden is now acting director. It is unclear where Ohr has landed, only that he is still an employee with the Department of Justice.

One DOJ insider joked that Ohr might end up in “one of those offices without a phone.” (read more)

Department of Justice Assoc. Deputy Attorney General Bruce G Ohr was demoted because he had working relationships with dossier author Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS; and -more importantly or perhaps ‘conveniently’- according to James Rosen, Bruce Ohr did not reveal his October 2016 contacts with MI6 agent Steele or Glenn Simpson (Fusion-GPS) to DOJ leadership. (LINK)

However, the ongoing Dossier story gets far more intriguing when we overlay that Bruce G Ohr’s wife, Nellie H. Ohr, actually worked for Fusion GPS and likely helped guide/script the Russian Dossier. (Link)

Contacted by Fox News, investigators for the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) confirmed that Nellie H. Ohr, wife of the demoted official, Bruce G. Ohr, worked for the opposition research firm last year. The precise nature of Mrs. Ohr’s duties – including whether she worked on the dossier – remains unclear but a review of her published works available online reveals Mrs. Ohr has written extensively on Russia-related subjects. HPSCI staff confirmed to Fox News that she was paid by Fusion GPS through the summer and fall of 2016.

But wait, it doesn’t stop there… Mrs. Nellie Ohr was not only a Fusion GPS contracted employee, but she was also part of the CIA’s Open Source Works, in Washington DC (link)

Both Mr. and Mrs Ohr worked on a collaborative group project surrounding International Organized Crime. (pdf here) Page #30 Screen Shot Below

But wait, it gets even better.

 

A month after Hillary Clinton hired Fusion GPS (April 2016) to sub-contract retired British MI6 agent Christopher Steele to write the opposition research report “the Trump Russia Dossier”, Fusion GPS employee Nellie Ohr applied for a HAM radio license (May 23rd 2016); a communication tool that would allow Nellie Ohr and Christopher Steele the ability to communicate outside the normal risk of communication intercepts.

Keeping in mind, both Bruce and Nellie Ohr’s subject matter skill-set within the DOJ would provide them with a comprehensive understanding of how to network and communicate with international actors outside the traditional risk of communication intercepts. In short, Mrs. Nelli Ohr would know that using HAM radio frequencies would be a way to avoid the risk of U.S. intelligence intercepts on her communications.

The Clinton Campaign hired Fusion GPS in April 2016.  Fusion GPS then sub-contracted retired British Intel MI6 agent Christopher Steele to write the Russian Dossier. A month later, May 23rd 2016, Fusion GPS employee Nellie Ohr gets HAM radio license.

So are we to believe it’s COINCIDENTAL?  All of a sudden, a 60(ish)-year-old woman decides to use a HAM radio the month after contracting with Christopher Steele for a Russian opposition research dossier on Donald Trump?

Nonsense.

One way to ensure secure communications would be the use of HAM radio operations.  You simply establish the frequency to use, and the time of the conversation, and presto. That’s it. “Red-Dog-One to Red-Dog-Two, come in?” etc.  Though a FCC license is not needed to listen “only to transmit”, as in: send out information.

Fortunately, this FCC license application now becomes evidence of an intent to subvert traditional communications intercepts… which, when combined with the other growing trails of evidence showing Fusion GPS schemes around the manufacturing of the Dossier, gets more interesting.

Mrs. Nellie Ohr, a Fusion GPS contracted employee, gets HAM radio license May 2016.

Following along the timeline:

In June/July 2016 an initial DOJ FISA request is denied. This is simultaneous to FBI agent Strzok direct contact with Christopher Steele and the preliminary draft of the Russian dossier.

Then in August 2016, Christopher Steele goes to Sir Andrew Wood to ask him to act as a go-between to reach Senator John McCain. [Trying to give his dossier credibility]

Meanwhile throughout July, August and Sept 2016 Fusion GPS is paying journalists (NYT, ABC, NBC, Washington Post and Mother Jones, etc.) to listen to Christopher Steele and simultaneously shopping the dossier to them.

Soon thereafter, October 2016 – The Obama administration, through FBI Agent Peter Strzok and DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr, submits a new, more narrow application to the FISA court, now focused on a computer server in Trump Tower suspected of links to Russian banks. The second FISA application is accepted and a surveillance warrant is granted.

♦April ’16 Clinton hires Fusion GPS
♦April ’16 Fusion GPS hires Christopher Steele
♦May ’16 Nellie Ohr gets HAM radio license.
♦June/July ’16 FBI Agent Strzok meets w/ Steele
♦June ’16 DOJ FISA request denied.
♦July ’16 FBI counterintelligence operation begins
♦Oct. ’16 Peter Strzok and Bruce Ohr meet w/ Christopher Steele
♦Oct. ’16 FISA request granted.

All evidence points in one direction.  No evidence points in any other direction.

The Steele dossier is a product aided by Nellie Ohr that underpinned the DOJ National Security Division FISA application. The FISA application was a product constructed by FBI agent Strzok, DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr and FBI/DOJ lawyer Lisa Page under the authority granted to them by senior FBI and DOJ leadership:  •John P Carlin Asst. AG in charge of DOJ National Security Division, •Asst. AG Sally Yates, •FBI Director of Counterintelligence W.H. “Bill” Priestap, •FBI Asst. Director Andrew McCabe and •FBI Director James Comey.

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684 Responses to DOJ “Small Group Official” Bruce Ohr Demoted Again – Removed From Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force…

  1. freddy says:

    If Congress is responsible to oversee these agencies it is beyond all possibilities they did not know or smell this degree of corruption. Hence another whole crew of saboteurs and colluders. Come on when you oversee with power a group like the FBI you can’t miss this volume of corruption. I’m really tired of all the talking heads saying how all the good people at the FBI and DOJ like 98% who do their jobs and have no bias…..Come on 95% are Hillary hounds or Obamaites and no way could all these scams go down by just a small group…There is a big group and it’s purge time or we just get new actors same play….

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    • Dennis says:

      Congress is responsible for oversight especially tge Gof8, but Comey specifically testified that although the investigation started in July’16, they didn’t notify congress till early 2017. It was kept within a ‘small group’.

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      • bill says:

        Sorry, I am with freddy on this one. Subordinance knew.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Chuck Arnold says:

          Everybody knew. The level of corruption here is so large, no way anybody with at least half a brain, could not see the corruption. Members of Congress like Schiff should have to answers for what they’ve done, for what their STILL doing.

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      • Aguila2011 says:

        Just look at the pictures of the members in the Gang of Eight. Does that give you a sense of trust that we, the American people are being protected by anyone who really gives a damn? Maybe one or two, but the rest? Good grief! What a bunch of losers and we are at their mercy for our nations “intelligence?” But make no mistake, they are not dummies. For sure, they knew but they looked the other way and had their “plausible deniability” while taking their graft in secret bank accounts.

        The whole thing stinks and needs to be cleaned out. However, I do not broad brush the body of agents who are patriotic. But after eight years of Barry, I’m sure there are many who need to get the axe, and I have always urged Trump to fire anyone hired into federal jobs during Barry’s reign. They can always reapply but with extreme vetting.

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      • That does not nullify his point. Just like the Clinton foundation. The corruption & crimes being committed are so obvious and on such a massive scale the only way this circus could continue unabated is with the knowledge & protection of a very large group of people. Think of it like the bay of pigs. It was sold as a “secret” operation. With tens of thousands of people involved, massive logistical support thru-out the southeast US. MilitaryTraining at lake Ponchatrain etc.. there was nothing “secret” about it.

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    • Sing it loud.

      Who cares about the good guys? They can just pack up their guys and leave the room. This is not about them. It’s about the bad guys. And we want them gone from authority and prosecuted.

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    • Howie says:

      Join the protest….Bull Dykes against Trump.

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      • Covfefe-USA says:

        That Nellie Ohr is such a typical looking Libby – drab; grey, frizzy hair, no make-up; non-descript eyeglasses. {SPIT!} Shabby clothes. Wild eyes. (The other option is fat, slobby disgusting, degenerate women with menstrual blood running down their legs.)

        This one definitely would have been a communist in the ’50s.
        Is it that they’re so horribly ugly that turns them onto this type of path?
        The thought of the two Ohrs copulating is beyond repugnant. Simply ghastly.

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        • TXBlueSquid says:

          Beast with two backs!

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        • Aguila2011 says:

          Totally repulsive, isn’t she? Butt ugly. Two bag ugly, but who would ever go there. Had to be a relationship of political convenience.

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        • LiberalsAreBraindead says:

          You took the words right out of my mouth. Nellie looks like a psycho. I have noticed, throughout the years, that most hard core libtards look like weirdos out of a horror movie.

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        • (No Longer A) Bystander says:

          I read CTH for spot on analysis of the politicization of about every institution and aspect of American society. There has been a distinct attack on men in this society which as a mother of three sons I find disconcerting. I am so thankful that my sons have graduated college because I would never send them to a college campus in today’s environment of female victimhood. For the most part, I find the comments by readers to be well thought out. I’m so tired of the name calling from the Liberal Left. It makes it impossible to respond rationally. But berating this woman based on her looks just reaffirms how the Left views the Right. I detest what she has done, I detest her smug superiority, but I want the arguments made against her to be based on her deeds, not her looks, her marriage, or her family.

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    • Mitchell Fuller says:

      Agree. Agencies are riddled with these folks, this cabal is just tip of the iceberg. While the Awan family ran rampant, and paid by Congress with FBI knowledge, in our sensitive computer systems.

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  2. Ziiggii says:

    Republican-led House and Senate committees are investigating whether leaders of the Russia counterintelligence investigation had contacts with the news media that resulted in improper leaks, prompted in part by text messages amongst senior FBI officials mentioning specific reporters, news organizations and articles.

    In one exchange, FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok and bureau lawyer Lisa Page engaged in a series of texts shortly before Election Day 2016 suggesting they knew in advance about an article in The Wall Street Journal and would need to feign stumbling onto the story so it could be shared with colleagues.

    “Article is out, but hidden behind paywall so can’t read it,” Page texted Strzok on Oct. 24, 2016.

    “Wsj? Boy that was fast,” Strzok texted back, using the initials of the famed financial newspaper. “Should I ‘find’ it and tell the team?”

    http://thehill.com/homenews/house/368003-fbi-agents-text-messages-spur-congressional-probe-into-possible-news-leaks

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    • MM says:

      Sundance just called out RUSH Limbaugh via twitter.

      Liked by 14 people

      • Ziiggii says:

        saw it

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        • MM says:

          Love it.

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          • Brant says:

            Can someone link the sundance/rush tweet?

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            • Ziiggii says:

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                I looked at the “Related Links” below Rush’s post. Only one – another one of his own – and distantly related. *face-palm*

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                • Ari says:

                  I think some of Trump’s epic take down of Bannon has rubbed off on sundance.

                  Limbaugh, Fox, Hannity, et al have to be shamed for being the primary purveyors of #BatteredConservativeSyndrome for 20 years when they could have been informing the republican electorate of modern political analysis, not retread 1990’s B.S.

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                • HankM says:

                  Wolfmoon:
                  Rush’s only verbal attribution for his sources was “it is assumed by people who have been studying this.”
                  Thankfully for us, CTH has been rigorously studying and analyzing THIS” and offering their ongoing findings to their readers.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Rush Limbaugh. The Neil deGrasse Tyson of conservative research. Or possibly the Bill Nye.

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              • Malone Hardcastle says:

                Disturbing. Was that really necessary, SD? There are few enough “on our team”. Is it wise to constantly belittle them?

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                • Ziiggii says:

                  Why? He belittles us all the time!

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                • carole says:

                  Absolutely, it was the right thing for Sundance to call out Rush on his citation of CTH material! We all know how hard Sundance works to put together this detailed research. It deserves the utmost respect.

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                • Malone Hardcastle says:

                  I have listened to Rush whenever possible since his show went national. He has never been niggardly about crediting sources (including, on at least one occasion, CTH. I was so pleased to hear it). I’ve thought him mistaken at times, but never dishonorable or petty.

                  He is awash every day in sound-to-brilliant material flowing in via phone, email, text message, his staff, his own news-gathering. Is it even possible to always know the original (if there IS a single identifiable “original”) source of everything that crosses his desk?

                  But assuming for the purpose of discussion that Rush is – at least subconsciously – “disrespecting”-by-omission CTH’s marvelous material: is that as much an outrageous gratuitous insult as a predictable human disinclination to refer his listeners to a site that – from top to bottom with few exceptions – holds him in open contempt?

                  I love, I rely on, Sundance’s meticulous, exhaustive research and I love Limbaugh’s ability to simplify the complex for a vast audience that might not have the time to read that I have.

                  I just find this weird contretemps a crying shame.

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      • HankM says:

        Thanks for the heads up about Twitter. I’m not on Twitter so I hadn’t thought of checking CTH’S until I read your comment. Like its larger website, it’s well worth checking.

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    • Cow wow says:

      Wow thanks ziiggii

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    • Ziiggii says:

      in this article….

      Page mentions a conversation she had just had with FBI chief of staff James Rybicki and openly expressed concern the information about the FBI’s timeline was too specific for comfort in the article.

      “Sorry, Rybicki called. Time line article in the post (sic) is super specific and not good. Doesn’t make sense because I didn’t have specific information to give.”

      A few days earlier Strzok texted Page about another new article, suggesting it was anti-FBI. “Yep, the whole tone is anti-Bu. Just a tiny bit from us,” he wrote.

      Page texted she had seen the article. “Makes me feel WAY less bad about throwing him under the bus to the forthcoming CF article,” she texted. Congressional investigators are still trying to determine what the “CF article” reference means and who the agents thought they were trying to throw “under the bus.”

      CF = Clinton Foundation
      ‘Him’ presumably = James Rybicki
      Found this WSJ article dated Oct 30, 2016:
      FBI in Internal Feud Over Hillary Clinton Probe

      The surprise disclosure that agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation are taking a new look at Hillary Clinton’s email use lays bare, just days before the election, tensions inside the bureau and the Justice Department over how to investigate the Democratic presidential nominee.

      https://www.wsj.com/articles/laptop-may-include-thousands-of-emails-linked-to-hillary-clintons-private-server-1477854957

      Sad that some no name pion like me has to do the job of, not only these reporters, but also the ‘Congressional investigators’. That took me about 10 minutes to locate…..

      SMH

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      • Reporters and investigators haven’t done their jobs for years. It’s really quite sickening.

        Liked by 5 people

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Reporters are too busy plotting with rogue intelligence and law enforcement agencies against incoming presidents! Look at this – FBI lawyers were handling the media to exonerate Hillary and then go after Trump!

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          • How and when did we get this way? It’s so sickening. I continue to smh that THIS is all happening HERE?! The beacon. The shining city on a hill….😔

            This stuff doesn’t happen overnight. The most pressing question after all of these treasonous disgraces of the yuman races receive punishment and loss of everything (pensions, asset forfeitures, etc):

            How can we to prevent this from EVER HAPPENING again? The only thing I can think of is death penalty by firing squad for the convicted.

            Liked by 3 people

            • Covfefe-USA says:

              Multiple years’ incarceration. That’s the only thing that will ensure this doesn’t repeat itself.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              I think we have to just make sure the old media itself dies. What happens to the people is irrelevant. But I’m starting to believe that “Objective Journalism” was ALWAYS and INHERENTLY a scam. That Objective Journalism is really Fake Objective Journalism. A RUSE. And we NEVER want it back. We just ask for TRUTH including OPEN BIAS.

              Which is exactly what we practice here. We are biased toward freedom, truth, conservatism, faith and skeptical inquiry. People who don’t like the product can shop elsewhere. We do not deceive about what’s on the shelves, or hanging from the branches. Good fruit. Sometimes sour or bitter, sometimes sweet or juicy, but always good.

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            • I’m sure, like everything else it’s been a slow growth of sick twisted corruption. Like an infected boil about to burst. Then when Barry’s boys came on board it was all put into overdrive.

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      • WSB says:

        I remember grabbing sheets and putting on a neighborhood play at the age of five with a better strategy than these idiots. But I did it…AFTER SCHOOL!!!!!!!!

        We are paying these asses $170K to $190K per year, with a pension, to spend this much time attempting to take down our elected President?

        We should all want blood.

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    • “Should I ‘find’ it and tell the team?”

      The word “team” is yuge. It shows that they were working together — a cabal or conspiracy.

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    • John Galt says:

      Demoted? That’s it? WTF do you have to do to get fired there?

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Howie says:

    We should not have to be CIA spy analysts. This is gonna be put to bed. By SCOTUS.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. Oldskool says:

    Well, SD’s summary is point on for identifying who done what, but so what? I can hope there is a MAGA prosecutor out there somewhere and if so, you think the grand jury pool in DC is going to be anything other than the BLM chimps? If Rosenstein is still in charge he’ll appoint Eric Holder as the Special Counsel, everybody will get immunity except the copy room boy who will be executed. Only chance I see of any real justice being done is if Larry Klayman becomes the SC and the cases are heard in Andrew Hanen’s court.

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  5. Shimei says:

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  6. JMC says:

    The lovebirds Peter and Lisa seem to have been aware in advance of material about to appear in major news outlets. Look like they leaked it too,from their texts. Very Interesting. http://thehill.com/homenews/house/368003-fbi-agents-text-messages-spur-congressional-probe-into-possible-news-leaks

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  7. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Dead to rights. Just need some NSA logs much like the Strozk / Page texts. I wonder if Admiral Rogers already shared some with PDJT?

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  8. SmilinJackAbbott says:

    Check this out. Strzok and Page were leaking to the NYT Matt Apuzzo

    http://thehill.com/homenews/house/368003-fbi-agents-text-messages-spur-congressional-probe-into-possible-news-leaks

    Now look at who has the byline in the story claiming Papadoupolas started the collusion investigation:

    This paragraph from the article echoes the excuse Strzok leaked to WSJ for his insurance policy:

    ‘Others believed that the possibility of a compromised presidential campaign was so serious that it warranted the most thorough, aggressive tactics. Even if the odds against a Trump presidency were long, these agents argued, it was prudent to take every precaution.’

    Strzok, who should have had security clearance revoked months ago, spent those months scavenging files for something he could claim ‘started’ the investigation and leaked the only thing he could come up with to Apuzzo.

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    • JMC says:

      Great minds think alike! See my posting of this same link a couple above!

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      • SmilinJackAbbott says:

        Just think. The same guy who was leaking lies to Apuzzo from Hillary’s dossier in 2016 leaks to the same guy it was Papadoupalas all along. Apuzzo had 1st hand knowledge the story fed to him last week was nonsense and wrote a propaganda piece.

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    • JMC says:

      Wow, you are right about that passage “Others believed…” It definitely echoes the content of the text that Strzok sent to Page about the “insurance policy”!

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    • bofh says:

      FTA:
      “Occasionally the two also opined about the media in general. Strzok, for instance, called a New York Post article about agents unhappy with the outcome of the Clinton email case “stupid,” and referred to Fox anchor Chris Wallace as a “turd.

      So this is what Wallace’s toadying gets him. Hah.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I wonder how Apuzzo feels about Strzok and Page describing him as “TOTALLY schlubby”? 🙂 (Lisa Page ought to grab a mirror the next time she feels like criticizing someone else’s looks.)

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  9. JMC says:

    And if we can believe Britain’s Daily Mail, Huma Abedin has more problems surfacing about the issue of her putting emails on Andrew’s pervert laptop: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5233467/Huma-Abedin-backed-emails-Anthony-Weiners-laptop.html

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  10. Howie says:

    SCOTUS is lurking.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. steph_gray says:

    I’m just glued to all this! It’s like fireworks that keep getting better and better, and it’s late and you know you have work tomorrow, but you don’t want to miss the finale…

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  12. rmnewt says:

    Something I’ve not seen yet at CTH regards the follow-on job for Peter Strzok at HR. Consider the FBI retirement system pushes agents out after 20 years of service, kind of like the military and unlike civilian careers.
    This turn-over means that it is possible to culturally change the organization when half of the personnel change-over in 10 years or even less, say two terms of a presidential administration. The only thing you need to do is control the ascensions, ie Human Resources!
    A friend of mine has a son who applied for the FBI a couple years ago. He had great credentials and made it to the interview phase at which time they determine he was a conservative. He didn’t get hired and believes to this day it was because of his conservative principles.
    So while some may think Stzok’s HR was a fluke, it may very well have been a safe place of the infestation where he could blend in and help perpetuate the cultural transition.
    Considering recent events, have you ever wondered how an agency filled with upstanding law enforcement could be so blind to the blatant corruption going on in plain sight? Hillary’s email case was broadly public and open to so many agents that its hard to believe at least someone wouldn’t speak-out….unless the cultural sickness had already taken hold. While we’ve certainly seen the cultural shift in society, the shift in federal law enforcement is HUGE and really what Lynch, Holder and Obama sought.

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    • bill says:

      You and freddy (above) are on the correct trail. The Subordinance knew, and to my knowledge they have not come forward. This means to me, that many people at the FBI and the DOJ are involved.

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      • CAP says:

        In regards to the subordinates of the corrupt leadership…I believe the standard is “If you see something, say something.” If the subordinates knew about the corruption and didn’t do anything about it they are just as responsible for what has happened.

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        • WSB says:

          This is the same argument for the CFIUS approval for selling Uranium to a foreign company.

          Everyone says that Clinton did not have veto power, therefore the act was above board.

          Except that every other member of CFIUS was from an underling Obama cabint position, there was a moslem staff member, and the Clintons paid for it. Would you vote yes, or would you prefer the two bullet suicide?

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      • Stringy theory says:

        I totally agree. They only hire progressives from leftist schools imo.

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    • Paul Revere says:

      I agree, this agency needs a sledgehammer from top to bottom. Every one must reapply, and then retool its systems so they really work for we the ppl!

      Liked by 4 people

    • Sherbear says:

      I think you’re on to something here, and it isn’t good.

      Liked by 3 people

  13. phoenixRising says:

    Sundance,

    zeroHedge has an article on John Podesta’s involvement in the “gross negligence” removal

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-08/wikileaks-john-podesta-was-briefed-gross-negligence-fbi-removed-phrase-clinton

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  14. Shimei says:

    Bruce Ohr caught on video on the way to his new office

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  15. And why was the whole enterprise taken to ensure HRC’s victory? To cover up the massive fraud that involved the Clinton Foundation and its many world-wide, money sucking tentacles. That is why. Obama/Jarret signed a MOU in 2009 regarding the CF…either he was duped, or a willing participant.

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    • Paul Revere says:

      I believe this all has to lead to the massive voter fraud that had to have taken place this last presidential election. There is no way killery got more votes than our President! No way no how!, it had to have been rigged. Why else was it a given to these traitors?

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  16. Howie says:

    WELL, THERE GO ALL THE DRUG CASE’S Down the hatch. Too funny. Worse than a miscalibrated breath test.

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      That is it in a nutshell. The reason the DOJ / FBI are not outright firing these criminals. First, they have to verify the reason for termination. Can one imagine the immediate filings by criminals in federal custody, if any of these DOJ / FBI criminals are fired for “fabricating evidence” or something similar …

      The DOJ / FBI has to find a way to force personal choice termination / resigning or ‘stovepipe’ the actions, into a ‘one time only’ incident. Or all hell breaks lose from federal inmates and their defense attorney’s.

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  17. Howie says:

    Suddenly, nobody wants an FBI expert witness.

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  18. Concerned Virginian says:

    Apparently, the Sir Andrew Wood referred to as the go-between to John McCain is Sir Andrew Marley Wood, GCMC, a former British Ambassador to Russia.
    So am I correct in suspecting that there is at least the possibility that MULTIPLE layers of the British government are/were involved with the Steele dossier/RussiaRussiaRussia in an attempt to either STOP Donald Trump from taking the Oath of Office in January of 2017, or to DESTROY President Trump and have him removed from office?

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  19. ozarkhitman says:

    Removed? from the organized crime unit?????
    He is a charter member of organized crime!!!!

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  20. Ziiggii says:

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  21. Conundrum says:

    Can’t wait to see Mueller show up for his meeting with Trump in a medical boot. Laugh my ass off I will.

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  22. Nonlocality says:

    Is there anything more awesome than OUR POTUS standing on the field honoring our college football national championship teams, our country, and our PATRIOTS?

    Liked by 8 people

  23. As someone else has just reported, it is looking like he was responsible for getting the Iranian international drugs investigation dropped, on Obama’s request.

    Oh boy, these people are scum. This is akin to being involved in the dealing itself.

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  24. jindfw says:

    Sorry this is off topic. But did you see how proud PDJT was during the singing of he national anthem tonight? And the crowd responded in kind! #winning

    Liked by 5 people

  25. scott467 says:

    “Right now the scale of the story is so large, and the consequences so damaging to the Republic, they are scared to call it out…”

    _____________

    They don’t care about the Republic… they’re the ones trying to DESTROY the Republic!

    It is the consequences that will utterly destroy their sick Leftist fantasy world that they fear.

    They’re riding shotgun on the Death Star, as the MAGA Rebel Alliance makes their final approach.

    Buh-bye, Death Star 🙂

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  26. Lis says:

    Back in my liberal days (daze?), I was a big follower of Josh Marshall’s Talking Points Memo site.

    I just held my nose and tiptoed in there today, to see what he’s talking about these days. Josh prides himself on being investigative, so it was my hope that perhaps he was looking into the same things that Sundance is looking into.

    Silly me. But one of today’s posts that Josh put up made me hope…sort of. Josh is starting to wonder why, if Trump were such a big bad Russia friend all these years like the left make him out to be, why did Trump need introductions via Papadapoulous? Why did he need to have Trump Jr. meet with Veselnetskaya (sp?).

    Josh ends his speculative post with the words, “This requires a lot more sleuthing and investigating.” Ummm, Josh…ya THINK????

    I should introduce him to Sundance, LOL.

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/edblog/the-biggest-question-on-the-trump-russia-story

    Liked by 3 people

    • FofBW says:

      CTH has everything he ever wanted to know, but was afraid to ask.

      Liked by 5 people

    • zimbalstjunior says:

      yes, and since the only possible crime would be aiding and abetting the actual hacking of the dnc (assuming that actually happened), why would russia reach out weeks and months after the fact to trump people? is the entire ‘case’ predicated on some sort of collusion to release the emails in coordination with trump people? that is pentagon papers case legal anyway… ironic that the last minute filmed pic the post, intended to poke at trump, actually reminds viewers of the case that legalizes the release of the dnc emails in the first place.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      You walked away from the Democrats and so did I. Maybe Josh will too. This could be a turning point year for him.

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  27. Firefly says:

    Now there’s an investigation into news leaks. strzok text with mistress page discuss feigning coming across a Wall Street journal so they could share with colleagues. There’s more unbelievable brazen stupidity in the texts

    FBI agents’ text messages spur congressional probe into possible news http://thehill.com/homenews/house/368003-fbi-agents-text-messages-spur-congressional-probe-into-possible-news-leaks

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  28. Those new Page/Strzok texts are just devastating.

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  29. Concerned Virginian says:

    NO WONDER the lapdog MSM, idiot fellow-travelers, publicity-seekers from HollyStupid, etc. etc., are NOW pointing to, God help us, OPRAH WINFREY to run for the Presidency in 2020! She’s a “Look,squirrel” the size of a house!
    However—I don’t think the DNC will touch this. First, they have to consider her remark about “white people are racists and have to die”. Second, they have to consider her chumming around with Harvey Weinstein when apparently she knew about the sexual exploitation of actors (h/t Gateway Pundit). Third, Winfrey would have to get the “imprimatur” of Hillary Clinton and the ClintonMachine. Don’t think that would happen unless Winfrey is OK with being controlled by the ClintonMachine.

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  30. Demoted ??? Why haven’t these pinheads been arrested ???

    Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      They are being held in the Government rubber room of Torture until they testify. It’s just the way the Government works with employees under subpoenas.

      They actually sweat more.

      Liked by 1 person

  31. Dennis says:

    fyi. Hannity is going to have Sara Carter on tonight and discyss this.

    Liked by 3 people

  32. Attorney Man says:

    I was a prosecutor for 8 years, and congratulate CTH on this wonderfully methodical expose.

    For the first time, I think that there is hope. A 2 year old could put most of these key actors in prison at this point, it does not take F Lee Bailey, given this and other brilliant sites connecting the dots.

    Maybe God will permit that justice be done before the statutes of limitations expire on these crimes. One can only pray.

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  33. zimbalstjunior says:

    at which point will the calls for mueller to be charged with obstruction of justice begin? he fired strzok from team when he found texts but never followed through and investigated strzok, page, mccabe plus he held back from revealing the texts to congress and/or to trump defense team. classic prosecutorial misconduct stuff and perfectly subject to an obstruction charge.

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  34. scott467 says:

    “In short, Mrs. Nelli Ohr would know that using HAM radio frequencies would be a way to avoid the risk of U.S. intelligence intercepts on her communications.”

    _____________

    Except I strongly suspect it isn’t.

    The NSA would be grossly derelict in their duty (and a real disappointment, considering how much capability we’ve been led to believe they possess) if they weren’t recording all over-the-air broadcasts of HAM radio transmissions across the entire frequency spectrum, all over the world, 24/7/365.

    And certainly they have programs that can identify voices, matching them with known samples.

    And certainly they have voice samples from billions of people from around the world, thanks to devices like Amazon Echo, Google Home, stealth activation of laptop and personal computer cameras and microphones, Cell phones, etc., etc., etc.

    All of which (Whoa!) Nellie must have known. So she must have been using a voicebox of some kind, and some sort of basic code (at least) in order to avoid using key words that would be easily scanned for (and found) by NSA software.

    But it’s gotta be ‘in there’, they must have recorded it, NSA just has to find it.

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  35. MVW says:

    Public tar and feather, kicked out of town, was once an effective instructive procedure. Today, it is media ink. The problem is that the media is owned by demons. Without stable cleaning the deepness of media corruption, the job is undone.

    Trump is stripping, and shredding the media credibility, but the **owners** need real hot tar and real chicken feathers.

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  36. Mickey Wasp says:

    The reason the DOJ / FBI are not outright firing these criminals. First, they have to verify the reason for termination. Can one imagine the immediate filings by criminals in federal custody, if any of these DOJ / FBI criminals are fired for “fabricating evidence” or something similar …

    The DOJ / FBI has to find a way to force personal choice termination / resigning or ‘stovepipe’ the actions, into a ‘one-time-only’ incident. Or all hell breaks lose from federal inmates and their defense attorney’s, that any of these idiots investigated or tried …

    Liked by 2 people

  37. conservative cooper says:

    You guys are doing an incredible job. Keep it up!!

    Liked by 1 person

  38. phoenixRising says:

    TrumpSoldier has another twitter thread

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Bob McDoulett says:

    Every supporter of Sundance knows, or should know, that the Democrats, Antifa and BAMN( By Any Means Necessary), will seek to destroy any Sundance follower and reader given the opportunity. It seems the “die is cast”, win or see you life, your family and anything you care about destroyed by this cabal. Might keep that thought in your mind, as the outcome is in flux. It is what it is.

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    • Scarlet says:

      They’re not nearly as powerful or organized as they want you to think. Look at what happened at the ncaa game tonight.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Except that the slush funds from Corporate Fines being assessed by various agencies have been discovered and CUT OFF 😀 The latest one being from CFPB….

      Liked by 2 people

    • Lis says:

      I have always had my life out there in one form or another, and I’m not about to stop being me now.

      Especially now, when I’ve finally gotten smart and wised up. But, thank you for the warning.

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  40. All Too Much says:

    The has been playing n my head for several weeks.

    Liked by 2 people

  41. Blaze says:

    Tried to watch Hannity tonite to see if he had any of this on his show. Now I know why I quit watching him rude behavior. As soon as someone is going to make a point or say something interesting he interrupts. Then right when you think he is giving them another break to say it he then interrupts again. Hannity drives me nutz. I’m sure others see this too.

    Liked by 3 people

    • SR says:

      I agree. The Hill reporter and Sara are smarter than Hannity, let them speak. I never listen his same monologue so I start around 915 pm.

      Like

    • Lis says:

      I love Sean’s persistence and his loyalty to our Pres, but I am hoping Sara can take his place someday. She’s very good…and she stops to listen 🙂

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  42. cinders says:

    “But wait, it doesn’t stop there… Mrs. Nellie Ohr was not only a Fusion GPS contracted employee, but she was also part of the CIA’s Open Source Works, in Washington DC (link)

    Both Mr. and Mrs Ohr worked on a collaborative group project surrounding International Organized Crime. (pdf here) Page #30 Screen Shot Below”

    There’s another familiar name on the list of persons involved in this project in January, 2010: Glenn Simpson.
    Apparently the Ohr’s have been in the same circles as Simpson for quite awhile. What else could they have been involved in together over the years?

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  43. Fred Lucia says:

    Remarkable! and yet unremarkable by so many whose job it is to remark

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