Report: Congress Looking Toward Leakers in Ongoing Dossier “Small Team” Investigation….

The walls continue closing inThe STORY IS GETTING OUT. The Bigger media voices will eventually catch up.   Right now the scale of the story is so large, and the consequences so damaging to the country and Obama legacy, the financially dependent media crews are scared to call it out… But that won’t last too much longer.  Ever cautious Rush Limbaugh is nibbling around the edges… –See Here–  Joe DiGenova outlined a big part again today on WMAL –See Here– They can’t ignore it much longer.

DOSSIER CREW: ♦The Steele dossier is a product financed by Hillary Clinton, orchestrated by Fusion-GPS, Glenn Simpson and Mary B. Jacoby.  ♦The Dossier was aided by Nellie Ohr, hired to create an underpinning for DOJ National Security Division FISA application used to legalize the surveillance of the Trump Campaign.  ♦The FISA application was a combined product using FISA 702(17) upstream email collection and phone surveillance, along with the Christopher Steele ‘Dossier’. ♦FBI agent Peter Strzok, DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr and FBI/DOJ lawyer Lisa Page, under the authority granted to them by senior FBI and DOJ leadership, constructed the FISA application.

LEADERSHIP:John P Carlin Asst. AG in charge of DOJ National Security Division oversaw the use of FISA 702(16)(17) surveillance on Trump officials. •Asst. AG Sally Yates ran interference for the DOJ side. •FBI Director of Counterintelligence W.H. “Bill” Priestap utilized the Counterintelligence unit for the FBI operation that began in July 2016. •FBI Asst. Director Andrew McCabe and •FBI Director James Comey plowed the political roads, coordinated with the IC, and provided cover.

The current President Trump appointed DOJ and FBI leadership are working diligently to reveal the BIGGER STORY and simultaneously weed out the corruption within each agency; and each sub-agency.  The level of ideological corruption is very deep, and the severity of the prior unlawful conduct is extreme.

(L-R) AG Jeff Sessions, DAG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray.

They are being assisted by three primary congressional leaders:

(L-R) House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, and Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Devin Nunes.

Understand how they are all working together HERE .

The primary tool, used by both congress and the DOJ/FBI, to unravel the entire corrupt mess is the DOJ Office of Inspector General, Michael Horowitz. –SEE HERE–  More than 14 months worth of planning and effort has gone into the anti-corruption sting.   We are near the end point of all the OIG investigative material phase which will become public in the next several weeks.

Part of that carefully coordinated plan began last July and August when Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats authorized Asst. AG Rod Rosenstein to begin a covert internal joint DOJ/FBI sting operation to identify leakers in congress and the intelligence community.

Congress is now positioning themselves to receive the evidence from the leak units’ first six months discoveries.  It appears from the latest report that congress will be the outlet for the public to understand who (in the IC) was leaking to whom (in the media).

WASHINGTON – 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.

[…] Republican investigators in both the House and Senate say the text messages suggest FBI personnel may have had media contacts but don’t necessarily prove it. So they want to learn more about what the two agents were talking about and whether any FBI officials involved in the Russia probe engaged in leaking, sources told The Hill.

[…]  Separately, the House Intelligence Committee says it has obtained information that Mueller’s current deputy in the Russia probe, respected Justice Department financial fraud prosecutor Andrew Weissman, had contact with the news media last April, shortly before Mueller was named special prosecutor, according to a letter the committee has sent the department.

In a deal with current FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Justice officials have promised to provide the Intelligence Committee with information on the Weismann contacts later this week.  (read more)

WATCH/LISTEN (Begin 02:10):

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344 Responses to Report: Congress Looking Toward Leakers in Ongoing Dossier “Small Team” Investigation….

  1. treehouseron says:

    About Rush:

    I think Rush Limbaugh is a great patriot. He’s not perfect, and he’s gotten very lazy over the last 15 years or so. He rolls out of bed about noon each day and just reads his listeners the Drudge Report.

    When, however… he’s on….. nobody is better.

    At heart, he’s just as patriotic as Trump is, just without as much character and skill. He needs something to keep him interested or he kind of goes country club RINO on us.

    He’s interested right now. Full throatedly supporting President Trump… he’s excited and trying to see how far Trump can take this thing. He wants to be along for the ride. He was bemoaning the fact today that President Trump didn’t call him and ask him about some of his staff picks in the beginning, he says he could have saved Trump a lot of heartache by talking him out of hiring half those people.

    And he’s probably right.

    Still, Rush has done a lot for the country and although he has his flaws and is disappointing at times… when he’s on it (and he’s getting there right now) nobody is better or has a bigger voice than he does, outside the President himself of course.

    I love Rush. Excited to see him getting onboard fully, hopefully instead of just riding he’ll help pull.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      But is he crediting his sources? Sundance has done a tremendous amount of work to map out this rats nest of info and compile it in a form that we can digest. If Rush is using it without giving credit to Sundance then he’s nothing more than a thief. And if he’s been lazy for 15 years it’s time for him to retire.

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      • MAGAbear says:

        That lady Hannity had on his radio today (forget what here name is) sounded like she’s been reading CTH stuff. Or maybe Sundance is a she?!?! :0

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      • treehouseron says:

        No he’s probably not crediting his sources. I think Sundance is pretty clear that he doesn’t mind that… he just wants Rush to go all in instead of dipping his toe in.

        Rush Limbaugh full throated going after this would blow it wide open. It’s going to happen anyways… and Rush will end up talking about it all after it’s all out… but Sundance, I believe, is saying Rush should just go ahead and blow it wide open since he’s obviously reading all Sundance’s research putting the jigsaw puzzle together….

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      • T.L.T. says:

        United we stand, divided we fall.

        Get the info out to the MSM brainwashed masses.

        Period. This is no time for exercising one’s ego, there is a Republic on fire.

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      • V.Lombardi says:

        Sundance credits his sources? Who is his source on the claim that “white hat” Rosenstein has launched a sting operation? The only operation we know of launched by Rosenstein is a deeply conflicted witch hunt against the president. It is a coverup operation, involving some of the criminals of the recent scandals. It involves breaking down people’s door in the middle of the night. That’s very impressive.

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    • CorwinAmber says:

      yep, sometimes I think Rush can’t believe his old golfing buddy is now President…I’m sure he chuckles when he sees POTUS troll the libs (in some respects, it is the best part of a Trump Presidency)

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      • WSB says:

        Corwin, I believe you have caught on to the crux of Rush’s predicament. There is a jealousy or lust for similar outcome there. It is apparent to many.

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        • 🍺Gunny says:

          I listened to Rush for years then stopped when he supported Cruz. So here is where I am coming from with Rush.
          – Rush may understand the entire bloody mess but for one thing Rush is still a “Bushie” He still compliments Bush on his program, almost daily. If he’s as intelligent as he thinks he is, and If he goes full bore on Sundance’s investigation Bush may have to be outed.

          – Rush very rarely if ever talks about his own original ideas. If you notice he always grabs what someone said, or what a paper wrote and then talks at length about it. By the end of his discussion it always sounds as if it was “his” idea on the topic.

          – Rush is basically a narcissist. Not a mean one, or overboard like Obama, but still it is all him…

          So now, here Rush stands. He has a huge audience, huge influence, and could blow this wide open…if he would give Sundance equal credit. If he did that it would be shattering to all the players. Additionally, as you have seen with our President, Rush must be prepared for the hits / incoming he will be confronted with. It will be brutal.

          But if he stands up…and pulls em up, he could blow this sky high in cleaning up this mess. Then, I believe he would get what he wants, as he once received. Accolades from our President and us. He could be a hero. It is up to him.

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          • WSB says:

            I believe the story is already too much for mainstream sources.

            Rush has followed, not led. Sundance has led. And now that Fox News is following, Rush lost his timing and still will not budge with helping SD get his research out.

            Done. Cooked. Too many bosses on top of Rush.

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            • 🍺Gunny says:

              Agree. And, to my point about Rush always “using” other people’s quotes or news items to blather on about….he does this for one reason. “Denial” If someone comes back at him for something he said he can always deny. Which he does quite frequently on his show. “Hey I was only quoting the article.”
              Yep…..Rush may have missed the boat…now let’see if he “does” comment on Sundance.
              Now let’s see if he has any intestinal fortitude. (guts)

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            • Bud Klatsch says:

              I have listened to Rush since I accidentally tuned him in Oct, 2000. He saved me then as I had pretty much conceded the wasteland of journalism and the MSM. The past decade or so, I listen with not such intent as the early years. Rush has lost much of his gusto and the damn show has taken on the appearance of an 3 hour infomercial. Egad, he promotes products continually. As the community organizer once opined, ‘How much money do you need?’ Apparently never enough as the CO obama demonstrates himself! Folks like Sundance et all are leading the charge now, carry on the good fight Sundance. We are indebted forever!

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          • southparkconservative says:

            I swear this will sound silly or narcissitic, but Rush said he could not understand DT having that televised meeting and that it made him look “defensive.” I emld, saying it was all a show for anybody saying he’s mentally deficient — showed him in charge and reasonable, with the bonus of having the media look silly and having those who call him “authoritarian” look out-of-it. Weird, but right after the commercial, he comes back and says “I’ve got this figured out — this was brilliant -” and then goes on to say the exact thing. I’m not silly enough to think this wasn’t thought by many others, so all I can figure is, I emld at the same time as thousands of Americans, saying “Don’t you see why he did this?”

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    • helix35 says:

      Agreed. Rush is like that great uncle whom you have a lot of respect and affection for, but who’s getting on and a little slow on the uptake. You know his heart is in the right place, and when he’s good he’s really, really good. He’s (finally) a staunch supporter and defender of Trump, and for that, I am grateful.

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      • Bendix says:

        I believe that when Rush sticks to what he calls his job, that of a “media analyst”, is when he’s at his best.
        When he became what Pat Buchanan called the “de facto head of the Republican Party”, that’s where he was in over his head. He did not seek that status, it was kind of foisted on him as the Republicans all fell away. He has been very late to recognize the facts about the Uniparty and Globalism, but he perhaps was too close to see it.
        Anyway, he has been defending President Trump against the ridiculous attacks, and he is where so many Americans turn when they want to understand what it all means.
        At least he had Obama’s number early on.

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        • V.Lombardi says:

          At least Rush does not make statements such as Rosenstein is a “white hat” or “any allegation against Trump should be investigated”.

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  2. covfefe999 says:

    I’m bothered that the “about queries” were not cut off until late October 2016, after the FISA warrant was granted. After. Are we sure Rogers is a white hat? Is he or anyone else going to identify the people who were doing those queries? The 99-page FISC document indicates that queries using names of US citizens were prohibited since 2011, but Obama’s crew continued to execute them. Why aren’t they in jail?

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    • Don’t be silly.
      It may take time, but the right things are happening. 🙂

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      • covfefe999 says:

        It’s not silly. Rogers has been in his current position since 2014. The abuses of the “about queries” had been going on for years. Why did he wait until Oct 26 to shut them down? The FISA warrant to spy on Trump had already been granted by that time. The spies didn’t need the queries any more, they were directly listening to Trump with a valid warrant. I just want to know why people are so certain that Rogers is on the right side. Why, as in actual reasons, not flippant responses about being “silly”.

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  3. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    And of course we all remember that Fusion GPS was founded by–two ex-WSJ reporters. Apparently the WSJ continues to stock the Fusion pond… Didn’t I just read about a couple more ex-WSJ types joining them?

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  4. phoenixRising says:

    Bannon Reportedly Tried To Sink Trump’s Campaign With “Dossier” Of His Own: CNN

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-08/cnn-alleges-bannon-tried-sink-trumps-campaign-2015-dossier-his-own

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Do we know who the original funder of the Fusion GPS opposition research was, before Hillary and the DNC took over payments? It was a Republican. Was it Bannon?

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  5. Albertus Magnus says:

    My favorite blessing over the last 2 years besides the election of PDJT is finding TCTH and being allowed to learn from Sundance and others here.

    It is exciting and a great day to see all of this come to light. I will admit it also saddens me to think that OUR COUNTRY’S GOVERNMENT could be this corrupt. It seems like a weird movie that somehow I am a part of.

    One more morose thought occurred to me, which I hope offends no one here. If our government under Obama could actually set up and try to bring down the man elected by the people and really believe they could do it and not get caught, what is to say that some on the GWBush Admin didn’t set up and con us into war with Iraq. Seems to me subverting our presidential election is so bad that anything is possible. I know it was a Republican administration then, but it really did seem after the fact that the whole rational had been contrived by governmental officials.

    Anyway, God bless PDJT and his Administration. God bless you, too, Sundance for guiding us and allowing us to have this window into the history of our times as it is happening before our eyes.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Albertus, not so long ago I first read the 15 pages of Operation Northwoods. Since then, I’ve been thinking that every war we’ve been in since the Cuba crisis has been pushed on us with slight of hand. If those b…. could come up with all those plans back in the early 60’s, before computers, what can they sell us now?

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      • Albertus Magnus says:

        I agree, M. Mueller. I am just so taken aback about how so many people simply lack the fear of God and an informed conscience.

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        • Bud Klatsch says:

          Ya, that gets me deeply as well. Many of us grew up believing in special relationship we had with our country, our God and fellow Americans. It was our grounding fabric. And now we learn of such malice and disregard for those basic DNA beliefs. And the MSM is abetting this action, AND if HRC had won, all would be still secret and these ‘small band’ of conspirators would be celebrating their success in the halls of the deep state. Chilling to the very bone for all Patriots.

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        • G. Combs says:

          G. Edward Griffin had a good PDF outlining how the USA was suckered in to every war since the passage of the Federal Reserve Act.

          Three things to remember. The first is President Washington’s warning to stay clear of foreign entanglements. The second is Banksters MAKE LOTS OF MONEY during wars. Third we are STILL paying for the debt incurred from all these wars.

          Congressional Record, February 9, 1917 — J.P. Morgan interests buy 25 of America’s leading newspapers and insert their own editors [in 1915] the ‘interests’ were the beginning of Ike’s Military -Industrial complex.

          The control of information to the US public did not stop there.

          Remember Lucky Lindy (Lindbergh)? His dad was Congressman Charles August Lindbergh (R-MN-6) from 1907 to 1917, who opposed the Federal Reserve Act and the US getting into WWI. Lucky, as a hero, was being urged to run for president until his son was kidnapped and killed in 1932 completely disheartening him. So the USA endded up with the Bankster’s puppet Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the confiscation of American’s private gold.

          Back to Lucky’s Dad and his books.
          “…”On a spring day in 1918 several government agents entered a printshop at Washington, D. C., where the original edition of this book was being printed. “Destroy all the Lindbergh plates in your plant,” they told the head of the institution. He was forced to comply. The hysteria of war-time brooked no delays. Not only were the plates of this book “Why Is Your Country at War ?“ destroyed, but also the plates of Congressman Lindbergh’s book “Banking and Currency,” written in 1913 and attacking the big bankers and Federal Reserve Law. So was the pat painstaking effort of months wiped out.[…]” http://www.dailypaul.com/89033/your-country-at-war-and-what-happens-to-you-after-a-war

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    • Bendix says:

      Here’s what gets me. I have had friends, very Leftist friends, who will believe the worst of our government at all levels.
      But now, when this corruption in areas that they only had contempt for, and rightly so (the FBI, for instance, one of my friends has been on their case since forever, and I have to say I agree with her) they aren’t that forthcoming.
      Is it because Donald Trump is a wealthy capitalist? Is it because he ran as a Republican?
      How could they fail to see how hard the Republicans fought to keep him from getting the nomination?
      How could ANYONE not see that it was supposed to be a Clinton/Bush race, and that the Clintons and the Bushes had joined forces some time ago?
      I’m not talking about your pseudo-liberal SJW types, I’m talking about real Lefties. Like Bernie claimed to be. Why is he keeping silent about corruption in the FBI and CIA? He’s supposed to HATE them.

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      • soronme says:

        Because Bernie Sanders is nothing more than Socialist whore. He did what he was supposed to do in 2016 — to try to make Hillary look like a ‘centrist”. There was absolutely no way he would’ve ever won the nomination, the only people who believed that are clueless leftards who have no understanding how the Democratic party works.. He was VERY well paid for it plus he kept all the campaign contributions. Like a good Socialist politician all he cares about is lining his pockets and destroying the country.

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  6. Donna in Oregon says:

    The more this unravels the simpler it gets. Not that sophisticated. Agent Peter and Mrs. Page are very careless. Using work phones to plot against the President of the United States? Really? SMH Extremely careless like their leader…..snicker.

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  7. Plain Jane says:

    I thought I listened intently to Dan B., but didn’t hear him mention CTH nor SD. I doubt he would have mentioned this in the beginning because he would lose his audience to people looking up the website. Kind of like a speaker shouldn’t distribute handouts until his presentation is finished. He definitely didn’t mention CTH at the end.

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  8. georgiafl says:

    Bruce Ohr’s new office:

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  9. MaineCoon says:

    Retweeted on Rantingly.

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  10. Bad_Brad says:

    Q is more legit every day. By the way I just read Jeff Flake was wearing one of those boots. It’s an epidemic a foot injuries. Apparently.

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  11. David B says:

    You forgot to list the White House person who finished this off by ordering the FISA records unmasked, and who changed the law that disseminated those records to many more people than the Bush administration allowed.

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  12. M. Mueller says:

    Do you think we could possibly get Flynn back in the White House? I know he admitted to lying, but if it was a trap to uncover this mess….?

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      That may be tough since the President said he lied to Pence. Not that I am a big supporter of Pence, but when the President actually says some thing as straight as that, I dunno. The President does not lie…so dunno…maybe a pardon..

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      • MfM says:

        If it was a sting… then the President saying he lied could be part of it.

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        • G. Combs says:

          President Trump may have ORDERED General Flynn to not inform Pence.

          Notice Pence, A POLITICIAN, is NOT part of this meeting…

          name redacted https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/937831014965153792
          Adm Mike Rogers saved the country. On dec 18 he met the NATSEC team of PDJT transition team and briefed them on it all…. At that meeting were current DCI Pompeo , former DCI Woolsey, now ambassador, Mike Flynn, Jeff Sessions, and PDJT.

          If you are doing a sting ONLY the bare minimum would be part of the planning, and I for one would not completely trust Pence.

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    • Mr. T. says:

      M. Mueller, what I think will happen is one of two things. Either the DOJ will move to have the charge against General Flynn dropped in the interests of justice, or, General Flynn’s lawyers will seek copies of the FISA warrant, and upon review, will withdraw the General’s guilty plea, then ask for the charge to be dismissed, and if not, ask for a jury trial.

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  13. lfhbrave says:

    Who is the one coordinating all these complex webs of conspirators? It seems this person had to be someone at the level of AG. That would explain AG Lynch’s “marched-bled-died” reaction after POTUS’s Obama being “bad or sick” tweet in March — their most likely last stand when the conspiracy is finally exposed and confirmed in public.

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  14. Mickey Wasp says:

    How many clicked on the link provided (read more) after the paragraph below that The CTH provided? Links to an article at The Hill …
    “In a deal with current FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Justice officials have promised to provide the Intelligence Committee with information on the Weismann contacts later this week. (read more)”

    Interesting tid-bit …
    ” “Peter Strzok and bureau lawyer Lisa Page engaged in a series of texts […] The Wall Street Journal […] “Article is out, but hidden behind paywall so can’t read it,” Page texted Strzok.
    “Wsj? Boy that was fast,” Strzok texted back, using the initials of the famed financial newspaper. “Should I ‘find’ it and tell the team?” ”

    Catch that ? “… tell the team…” […] he didn’t want his team hearing about the article “from someone else.”

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  15. AKM says:

    Interesting addition provided by Bongino: John Carlin, (who was the Director of the DoJ NSD, who admitted they sometimes surveilled before getting Fisa permission, and who resigned in October 2016, likely because he realised Adm Mike Rogers was on to him), was previously Chief of Staff to Robert Mueller.
    CTH talks about whitehats and blackhats, and there have been opposing opinions here on whether Rosenstein and Mueller are blackhat or whitehat.
    Maybe there needs to be a third category: Greyhats. People in the FBI / DoJ who are not sure who is going to win. They therefore sometimes align with blackhats but don’t commit, and can then appear whitehat when things evolve.
    Mueller and Trump know there was no collusion. Now that it is all falling apart, Mueller wants to interview Trump, probably with a view to supporting an obstruction of justice or a process crime such as lying to the FBI. That pretty solidly aligns him as a blackhat.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      WHO Says Mueller wants to talk to TRUMP? I think this is ALL FAKE NEWS. ALL a distraction from THE BIG UGLY.

      FAKE, FAKE, FAKE. The Immigration and DACA bru-ha-ha is FAKE NEWS. ALL a cover-up.

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  16. maga2004 says:

    I tried reading through all the comments but didn’t see this point; anyone else notice Trump has decided to wait until January 17 to release the Fake News Awards? It was supposed to be this past Monday. Hmmmmmm.

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    • southparkconservative says:

      I did. First it was to be a Monday, then a Weds., now Jan. 17…that’s THIS Weds., a week later, isn’t it? I did find it…curious.

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  17. JAS says:

    Rush’s transcript – this stands out:

    “Now, it is assumed by people who have been studying this that Trump was alerted, and then of course Trump tweeted a couple months later in March about how unfair it was that Trump Tower had been wiretapped. So the thinking is that somebody who had seen the dossier and knew about the FISA warrant gave Trump a heads-up and that Trump then moved everybody out of Trump Tower, moved his transition team headquarters to Bedminster, New Jersey, where his golf club is.”

    “People who have been studying this” is CTH! No attribution. He even used the same Mike Rogers picture Sundance used next to the statement!!

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  18. G. Combs says:

    😲 😲 😲 😲 😲 😲 😲 😲
    I THINK I SPOTTED THE INSURANCE POLICY!
    😲 😲 😲 😲 😲 😲 😲 😲

    It is found in a Washington Compost article I was laughing at on the last page.

    That July 11, 2017 Washington Compost article outlines the plot:
    “[…] “It’s as close as you can get to a smoking gun” of whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, said Jeffrey Jacobovitz, a white-collar lawyer who represented officials in the Clinton White House and now is with Arnall Golden Gregory. ….
    First, a reframing of the way we think of collusion. Collusion actually is a political term; there’s no line in the criminal code that says you go to jail for colluding with a foreign adversary.
    But you can go to jail for conspiring with a foreign adversary to influence or undermine an election, and Jacobovitz thinks what Trump Jr. did, as documented by emails he himself shared on Twitter, could rise to that level….

    “You may have crossed the line on conspiracy to commit election fraud or conspiracy to obtain information from a foreign adversary,” he said. “You cannot benefit from a foreign adversary in this kind of scenario.”
    Other legal minds agree. “It’s a shocking admission of a criminal conspiracy,” said Jens David Ohlin, associate dean of Cornell Law School….

    It’s not normal, and it may not even be legal, to meet with a foreign adversary expecting dirt on your opponent.[…]”

    THAT was the trap set for Donald Trump.
    1. DNC CLAIMS the Russians hacked their computers and uses Russian hating crowdstrike to provide second hand hearsay as ‘evidence’ to the FBI. The FBI never gets to look at the computers first hand.

    2. Natalia Veselnitskaya is called ‘a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer’ (Remember she met before and after with Fusion GPS. — HI RUSSIAN SPEAKING NELLIE. 👋 )

    3. Natalia spoke to Don Jr about Russian Adoptions and the Magnitsky Act.. (Which completely puzzled him.) Here’s the Memo the Kremlin-Linked Lawyer Took to the Meeting With Donald Trump Jr. — No dirt on Clinton, a passing mention of adoptions, and a lot on Bill Browder and the Magnitsky Act. “… armed with a set of talking points arguing American officials were hoodwinked into slapping human rights sanctions on Russia in 2012 and that efforts to expand those measures would hurt relations between Washington and Moscow….” (Interesting article worth reading)

    4. The DemonRats favorite buddy, Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak then speaks to General Flynn about ‘Sanctions’ and the Yellow Stream Media goes bats–t crazy.

    That Washington Compost article EXPLAINS WHY:
    “[…]Other legal minds agree. “It’s a shocking admission of a criminal conspiracy,” said Jens David Ohlin, associate dean of Cornell Law School, in a statement shared with The Post. “The conversation will now turn to whether President Trump was personally involved or not. But the question of the campaign’s involvement appears settled now. The answer is yes.”

    In the emails, Trump Jr. associate Rob Goldstone tells Trump Jr. that Russian officials “offered to provide the Trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and be very useful to your father. This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.”[…]”

    AND the DemonRat’s ‘Smoking gun’ !!!
    “[…] A month after the June 2016 meeting, thousands of emails from the Democratic National Committee were leaked on the eve of Democrats’ convention, leading the DNC’s chair to resign. Members of Congress with access to intelligence said Russians had already hacked into those emails by the time Trump Jr. met with the Russian lawyer.

    Jacobovitz said Mueller and his team will certainly be investigating whether there was some kind of quid pro quo between the Trump campaign and Russia on sanctions vs. damaging emails to Clinton.[…]”
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2017/07/11/donald-trump-jr-may-have-just-crossed-the-legal-line-on-collusion/?utm_term=.ef0594b9b985

    After reading this, you can see why Seth Rich HAD TO DIE.

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    • Bendix says:

      Who?
      Even after Donna Brazile brought him up again, the MSM seems strangely uninterested in his murder. They’ve been running through the same few murders, over and over again, on all their murder investigation shows (Dateline, 20/20, 48 Hours), while this prominent, unsolved, and highly suspicious case is ignored.

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  19. Wayne Robinson says:

    I understand President Trump wanting some to be in his tent pissing out rather than outside his tent pissing in but he should be very careful because some of those are committed to RINOS never Trump crap . If you get the boat so overloaded and out of balance you can find too much of what you want to keep out in and create troubles . I have trust and confidence in my President and i trust God so im certain things will ultimately be fine . I just wish some of the worst actors were in prison already / i want hillary and oboma in prison where they beling

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  20. Bendix says:

    So many of us knew, intuitively and logically, where the ‘dossier’ originated.
    How wonderful to have this site, where the random bits and pieces get assembled into a coherent whole.
    Congratulations to Sundance for doing all the heavy lifting.
    We all get to feel like we are helping our president, putting our two cents in here and there.
    It’s kind of like the story of the stone soup, in a way. Not exactly, but kind of.
    We are helping to make it, and Sundance is the one stirring the pot.

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  21. Steve says:

    I came across this site by accident, so I’m a little late to the conversation. Begging everyone’s pardon, but who exactly is “Sundance”?

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  22. V.Lombardi says:

    I read that the IG has been investigating the DOJ for years. The IG is investigating the DOJ, that includes Sessions and Rosenstein. Sessions and Rosenstein did not initiate the IG investigations. Sessions and Rosenstein are supposed to be investigating crimes. They are not. They are covering up crimes.

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  23. marywilbur says:

    Did anyone see the headline of “The National Enquirer” weekend before last? It read, to the best of my recall, FBI PLOT TO IMPEACH TRUMP. I saw it at Wall-Mart. There were two copies left–one had been defaced. I didn’t buy it so don’t know what it said. It’s interesting, though, that something of what has been going on is getting down to the masses.
    I’ve been out of commission for the past several days with a big ugly bad cold. So I’m behind on the news.

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  24. Ray Nordland says:

    DOE SIT MATTER THAT ROSENSTEINS WIFE HAS REPRESENTED THE CLINTONS, MULLER, COMEY, OBAMA, OVER 100 TIMES AS THERE LAWYER?

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  25. old farta says:

    Ovomit was the head of a larger organization than just the FBI & DOJ. How much correction is hiding under the entire federal umbrella.. In fact, I would bet this extends to the states, because the federals are highly involved at the state level.

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