Interesting Segment With Shannon Bream…

Last night on Fox News at Night with Shannon Bream, there was an interesting segment with a relatively unfamiliar face.  Policy Advisor and Author, Sidney Powell, appeared on the show to discuss the concluding DOJ Inspector General, Michael Horowitz, aspects to the current congressional investigations.

A very well briefed, and interestingly up-to-date, Mrs. Powell appears at 30:19 of the video discussion below. WATCH (prompted – just hit play):

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All indications are Mrs. Powell was the author of the curiously correct Sean Hannity article “Creeps On A Mission” we enthusiastically noted last night – SEE HERE.

It provides optimism to see the full scale of accurate information being assembled by voices behind media pundits who can inform their audience on what is to come.

Team Wolverine is on the march…

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320 Responses to Interesting Segment With Shannon Bream…

  1. sundance says:

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      Whoot!

      Liked by 18 people

    • blind no longer says:

      So this is a world wide coup on Donald Trump by multiple governments, as corrupt and padding their pockets like our own!!!! WTH????

      Liked by 20 people

      • LM says:

        Foreign governments colluding with the Clintons to interfere in our elections……

        Where is the Special Prosecutor?

        Liked by 18 people

        • Charlotte says:

          Tit for tat? ‘Cos Obama interfered in UK and Canadian and Israeli elections?
          And then there’s Ukraine.Victoria Nuland handing out cookies in Dec to protesters.

          Liked by 5 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        Blind, that’s why they’re called “Globalists”….cuz it’s Global, not just a U.S. swamp.

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      • I wouldn’t include Alexander Downer in that.
        Downer is the former Foreign Minister under the great Howard Government and is about as straight a bloke you can get.
        I’m guessing Downer agreed to meet this guy to see what info he had, realised it wasn’t much at all and included it in his regular benign monthly reports, which is why it took 2 months to get from London to Washington via Canberra.
        If Downer was in on the sting, the info would have reached Washington within days.
        Australia is also one of the 5 eyes along with Britain, US New Zealand and Canada.

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      • Never Say Anything says:

        The answer is yes. You have to remember most of these governments are ran by globalist/socialist types and none of them wanted an “America first” guy like Trump from the start. All you have to do is watch their public speeches to understand this. Everyone wants a piece of the American pie (our money), so anyone who puts us peon citizens first is a non starter for them. No, America must work for the globalist financial/banking world order.

        This is why GCHQ (Britain) was spying on Trump’s campaign. This is why the Australian diplomat was involved with George P. I wouldn’t be surprised if Merkel was involved somehow as well.

        To be sure, Russia was involved here, but not in the way people think. Their goal wasn’t to elect one candidate over the other, but to sew doubt and chaos in the election process. What’s the best way to do that? You spread lots of disinformation around by getting the American media to do your bidding. Remember, the Russians are the ones who were caught on wiretaps saying Trump was dirty. They were the ones telling Chris Steele about golden showers, etc. Everything they did was out in the open with no effort whatsoever to hide it. They talked on public phone lines easily intercepted by NSA. Kislyak was running around trying to meet with everyone out in the open. Russian lawyers were hanging around D.C. meeting with FusionGPS and Trump’s people on the same day. Fusion/FBI had plants inside the campaign like George P. who constantly begged the Trump campaign to “meet with the Russians.” The Russians wanted our IC to “catch” them. That was the entire point.

        And, of course, Hillary/Fusion had their own plans and were happy to dig up “Russian dirt” on Trump. The FBI, which is ran by guys like McCabe/Strzok, allowed their confirmation bias to cloud their judgement. If it made Trump look bad, no matter how ridiculous, they believed it and were all too happy to open an “investigation”. Eventually this led to collusion between the FBI and Fusion and the genesis of Strzok’s “insurance policy.”

        I know Russia and I know they can do better than this if they REALLY wanted to run a secret operation to elect a Manchurian candidate. This operation was a total fail, but it was a failure on purpose. The Russians want people to believe they control a candidate; it has the same effect as *actually* controlling the candidate for a LOT less investment and risk. If everyone believes Trump is Putin’s brother from another mother, then it has a tremendous propaganda effect on the world stage, and most importantly, inside America. Look at the shit show our government has become because of this nonsense. Look at all the ignorant people on Twitter who constantly scream about Trump being a Russian agent.
        The Russians knew the Democrats would eat this up and our media would go crazy with it. Mission accomplished.

        The only question now is who started it? Did Fusion/Hillary invent this plot only later to find witting Russians to go along with it? OR did the Russians start it and Hillary/Fusion actually bought into their lies? Whatever the case, it’s bad for Fusion, bad for Hillary and really bad for the FBI. People are going to jail, or at least they should.

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        • deplorabledooku says:

          Absolutely. Obama since he was the titular head of the American gov’t had to protect the “advancements” toward globalism. IMO the goal was to sit on the ball during the dusk of his reign of terror until Hitlery could take over. They all thought candidate Trump was a joke and that’s why Hitlery wanted him as her opponent. The globalists thought that Trump would roll over and give up once the globalists strong armed him with the fruits of their illicit labors. As per usual, the Left overreaches and underestimates, and had to falsely legitimize their hold on power once it dawned on them that candidate Trump was quite formidable.

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      President Trump, Please, please put Dan Bongino in as head of your Secret Service.

      Liked by 26 people

      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        I couldn’t agree more! Wonder why he is not already?

        Liked by 6 people

      • cali says:

        President Trump is not protected by the Secret Service du to corruption and hostility towards the president. President Trump is protected by our Armed Forces 24/7 because they are the only one that can be trusted.
        Don’t believe for one moment that these worldwide globalist cabal and NWO had and continue to plot how to assassinate him. He was ‘urged’ to run for the presidency 3 years ago when the counter-op taking down the cabal that includes a number of enemies within our own government was turned into the plan for action.
        The white hats promised him in return that ‘voting machines’ will not flip votes to Hillary as was the plan ergo stealing the election.
        The plan of take down is now 3 years in the making and we can see fruits of that labor.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Dan Bangino is a Patriot! It is a shame that he hasn’t been able to win an election for Congress in MD and in FL. He has run in districts that are so pro democrat. Instead of getting him down, he has become an incredible voice for our President and isn’t afraid to take on anyone.

      I actually agree with him that these people that pushed the Clinton information were part of a sting. I truly hope some of them are tried for Treason and are put to death. This country especially our youngest need to see what happens to traitors. They need to be able to tell their kids what occurred so that nothing similar to this ever happens again in our country.

      To me the type of justice and making sure everyone involved faces the maximum amount of time for their crime is critical to us moving forward as a country.

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      • Very important that the entire world sees what happens to traitors in our nation. Death. If the “nwo” is to die, as it needs to, it will take people worldwide to ensure it does and with a nasty ugly death to boot.

        There are no globalist “elites”, there are only evil thieves who steal from the people in whatever fashion they can to use it to finance said people’s demise. It has to end, who among us can envision an actual globalist cabal dominating the planet from now on, or would allow it?

        I’ll give up the birther thing to see one bath house bari get his due… won’t you?

        😉

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      • Colt Lending says:

        I remember DB was pretty discouraged at his last loss.

        He said as much on social.

        He put all he had in to it.

        I encouraged him on social media to go home, lick his wounds and get back in the saddle.

        I wrote we need him.

        He’s back and I think he’s having more of an impact now doing what he’s doing then he would have if he were elected.

        But, there is an argument to be made every MAGA Congresman matters.

        In any event, I’m glad he’s back and back in a big way.

        Thanks Dan!!

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        • Johnny Bravo says:

          Well done, good people need to know they are appreciated.

          But It’s interesting that DJT understood the perfect moment for his run.

          DB – timing is everything, cool your jets son, your time is coming, you are young. Just saying.

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      • Betty says:

        “To me the type of justice and making sure everyone involved faces the maximum amount of time for their crime is critical to us moving forward as a country.”

        There was/is a lot to learn about Nixon and Watergate. I believe politicians, with vested interests, who we naively trusted, manipulated us into allowing them to stop further investigation – probably by telling us: “that is not who we are as a nation”.

        Letting them shut down all investigations into Watergate was a huge mistake and I think it contributed a whole lot to where we find ourselves now. Today we would see right through them, but back then we trusted.

        That is why I agree that every person involved in this needs to be rooted out and punished to the fullest extent of the law. This is Our Nation, the greatest give every given to human beings, and they tried to destroy it – there needs to be a huge reckoning and No Mercy!

        That will go a long way in re-asserting moral clarity in our population.

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Roscoe Bartlett district was gerrymandered by Annapolis democrats to the point that no republican could win even though western MD is very conservative. Bonginos senate run was a forlorn hope once Montgomery and Prince George’s came in although he did great everywhere else.

        Marylands loss is Floridas gain

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        • Steve in Lewes says:

          jon, as a one time, long time Marylander of 61 years, your point is spot on and I scream every time I hear the dems complain about repub gerrymandering! I lived in Howard County my entire adult life and Bartlett was once my rep. When I left it was Cummings. That POS never had the guts to visit my part of his district that ran from Balto City to Western MD.

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      • svenwg says:

        Hi Flep, I believe that to have the effect you want, an indelible impression as to stop this type of treason, The executions have to take place in a football stadium and be televised to bring the lesson into every home.

        The reason that the death penalty no longer works, is because it is done behind closed doors and no longer features a noose, but rather an innocuous injection and pleasant dreams.

        Watching a traitor do the hangman’s jive is something nobody ever forgets!!!!

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    • MVW says:

      Back to Uranium 1, why would obama do it? Hillary got money, ok, what did obama get?

      Liked by 4 people

      • The queen of delusion thinks its going to be “world p rezzi yo”.

        “Whut” says bari, “I didnduffin!”… I’m p rezzi of the world, yo!”

        Cue the thug in cuffs pic.

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      • sc1200 says:

        I’m sure he got a piece of the action.

        Liked by 10 people

      • Thecleaner says:

        Obama got what they all get..,,tens of millions of dollars piling up for book deals, speaches etc when they leave office.
        Its amazing how politicians get 10-20 million up front for a book thats in the dollar bin 3 weeks after release and nets 3$ million in worldwide sales, yet the publishers are lining up for the next one..,apparently…,SMH

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        • Trust me, Obama’s got offshore bank accounts in Dubai and probably Qatar.

          Remember, he bought a home in non-extradition Dubai.

          Liked by 11 people

          • It’s gotta piss him off he’s missed the 40% TRUMP JUMP in the shithole stock market he left behind.

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          • We have SEALs, with Benghazi vengence weighing heavy in their hearts, as well as the August ( forgive me the year escapes me, maybe 2012) shoot down of SEALs & SOAR Nighthawks in Afghanistan…just sayin’

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            • Jedi9 says:

              That is a good point. Anytime a Seal team is taken down under suspicious circumstances, and questions still remain, with the exception of the insiders, because they know, then it is always a sure bet that at some point exacting justice will always pick the right time. O and his security team, when all of the facts are shown the light of day and reveal he is traitor, will be looking over their shoulders for the rest of their lives. Special OPs never forget!

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            • Johnny says:

              160th SOAR also known as Night Stalker. I know because I was a Night Stalker

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              • Johnny, i was responding on my lap top…FUBAR, msg lost…sorry for the delay

                Johnny, God bless you from the bottom of my heart, truly not just words, deep deep appreciation and respect. Please forgive my error in calling you Night Hawks instead of Night Stalkers, terribly embarressed! I have a Memorial printout on my wall at work, asking us to never forget your brothers lost, and I won’t.

                I first learned of you all after reading ‘Horse Soldiers’ and y’all inserting the Special Forces Soldiers and their ride to Mazar al Shariff… and then the tragic story of a Chopper down on the way to try to extract Lt Michael Patrick Murphy , and the 3 other SEALs.

                God bless you, your service, i simply have no words for my respect for you and your brothers.
                Blessings
                🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸

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                • Johnny says:

                  You owe me not one shred of an apology. I just thru my comment out there to say you were on the mark about what happened.
                  Please do not thank me, let us give our deep thanks to the men that do the work for our country that do not make it back alive, and let us give thanks and our prayers for the families that lost their loved ones. These men in these units are a rare breed of AMERICAN.
                  The families that raised these men are a rare breed also. The loved ones of the FALLEN SOLDIERS are the ones that deserve our deepest gratitude and thanks.
                  Your comment touched me deeply. All I have are words to thank you with. Below I will leave you with our MOTTO.

                  Night Stalkers Don’t Quit.
                  C Company 1/160th SOAR

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                • Amen to your comments, indeed our undying gratitude🇺🇸💖🇺🇸

                  God bless you, I’m close to tears, tomorrow i will print your message and keep it always, many thanks
                  🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸💖💖💖🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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            • Carrie2 says:

              American Georgia Grace, I agree and no matter where you run to or try and hide in is no protection at all but keep believing it is as you are removed from this planet.

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          • Dave says:

            Yeah, he didn’t get his WDC mansion for his shadow govt. headquarters with Green Stamps! (Damn, I’m really dating myself there!)

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            • Carrie2 says:

              Dave, not at all because I still have a travel bag I purchased in 1970 with those stamps. Miss them a lot because of quality items you could get with them. Because we have lived a long time, we have more embarrassment and reason to see today what we didn’t see then because we didn’t believe anyone could hate us and our country so much. Public hangings are the call and need to be done asap and probably will take at least a day to get thru all of them or maybe even more, but justice must rule along with truth.

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          • BillRiser says:

            Only Criminals deal in cash today.
            $1.7 Billion dollars cash non-us funds, euros, Swiss francs and other foreign currency and gold was shipped to Iran because they didn’t have a banking system.
            How much was delivered to John Kerry and Obama with those Swiss funds?

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          • Mr. Morris says:

            I believe the purchase of the Obama Estate in Dubai ran through John Podesta.

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        • Donna in Oregon says:

          Well, as far as schemes go I’d say the book publishing deals, appearances, etc. could just be money that is being laundered.

          Publications have been hit hard by the internet so where did they get all that money, eh? It seems that many of the Clinton stooges got book deals. I’d start there before looking at the attorney’s that hide finances (Panama Papers).

          Then shell companies, stock insider deals, hedge funds and on and on.

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          • Thecleaner says:

            The lobbyists and special interests funnel the payoffs through the book deals and speaking fees.
            Im sure they buy half the bloody books as well and donate them to the local thrift shops, and libraries.

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        • free2313 says:

          It is a perfect way to do money laundering, so these perverse people can claim, that their ill got monies are legitimate.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Kintbury54 says:

          The book sales are nothing more than a money laundering operation.

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      • jimsung says:

        He got to hurt America?

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        • maggiemoowho says:

          You are so correct👍👍👍!!! Hurting and destroying America was Obama’s main goal, turning America into a socialist or communist country was his other goal. Scary thing is he would have succeeded had Hillary won the election.

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Even more money than H.

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      • Jason says:

        some talk that the uranium may have fond its way to iran. Either way it’s pretty clear the entire gov’t had turned into a crime syndicate. If you could make money and it was against the US’s interests, you were good to go.

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      • missilemom says:

        He made Valerie Jarrett happy.

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      • Joshua2415 says:

        He got the perverse joy of knowing that American uranium would likely be used to make the first Iranian nuclear bomb. I imagine that still puts a smile on his face at night.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        The demise of colonialism. He sees America as an oppressor and President Trump told all of us that Obama and his crew left a big mess.

        He also said that our nukes were one of the first things he addressed.

        Obama was firing Generals left and right, and went after the nuke guys specifically.

        We know about Uranium One, but I am sure that Obama did far more than that to us. He wanted to leave us defenseless.

        Anyone notice he doesn’t spend much time in the USA? Yep, he isn’t done yet.

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    • missilemom says:

      Often been disappointed when people don’t give SD attribution but we are not in a fight for what is right, we are in a war for our country. Right will come! Rush do you hear me?

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      • G. Combs says:

        Dan Bongino was very good about making sure he gave Sundance credit. The first time in his notes. He forgot to mention him on air but kept saying, you have to read this, you have to read this, if you read anything read this…. Referring to his show notes with a pointer to the Tree House.

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      • Colt Lending says:

        They don’t five SD credit for thre reasons:

        1) Loss of eyeballs.

        2) They’re on the fence unwilling to put there $&@&$ out there incase the Globalists can put the toothpaste back in the tube.

        3) Most importantly, they’re not in the business of educating the readers. The media is full of Bolsheviks.

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      • Turranos says:

        Rush is a former shell of himself. Don’t hold your breath.

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    • George Hicks says:

      Interesting that SD is talking about Sidney Powell. I heard her on Hannity’s radio show, I believe Thursday night. Not only was she familiar with all that SD has been laying out these past months, but her verbiage was also eerily familiar. I have no doubt she has been lurking and learning from CTH.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Guess who was with our President this evening! This is getting exciting Treepers.

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    • dufrst says:

      Ding, ding, ding!!! This is a core aspect of this entire scandal. They orchestrated a setup to try to pull off an October surprise surrounding Trump. Then after Trump won, they continued to monitor the transition to find any evidence of a quid pro quo. It never materialized. Mike Flynn was setup and the firing of Comey led to Mueller.

      Comey was taking notes of his meetings with Trump to ensnare him. Thankfully Trump fired him when he did otherwise Comey would have surely undermined this administration.

      This is easily the greatest political scandal in American history and it will come down to the courage of a few politicians, namely Chairman Nunez to blow the whistle on this no matter what it means to the reputation of our country. People have to go to jail in order for the swamp to be drain and our country’s democracy restored. If the Clinton crime family slips through this investigation then I’m afraid we have lost our country.

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  2. Thecleaner says:

    Sounds like Ms. Powell has been reading the works of a certain intrepid blogger and his glorious research, laid out for all to see…

    Liked by 28 people

  3. georgiafl says:

    Shannon Bream is a Christian and a nice lady – https://twitter.com/shannonbream

    Liked by 20 people

  4. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    Sidney Powell – clearly competent

    Liked by 24 people

  5. ok4ayl says:

    I feel a little guilty knowing what’s happening ahead of most everyone, Treepers are a lucky bunch! Sundance you are a National Treasure, prayers for YOU and your family my friend…:)

    Liked by 33 people

    • Mk10108 says:

      Same here. An erie calm understanding what is happening. Thanks against SD. Help keep my sanity.

      Liked by 16 people

      • I’m a rapt student of all of this and I’ve been ahead of Sundance on exactly one thing and only for a few hours. Likely he had figured it out but, unlike me, needed to confirm and publish. i just read and prophesy for my wife. 😉

        CTH is one of my daily reads and it is a delight when I am able to return to the home page (like today) and find a fresh article.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Imagine if PDJT felt guilty for knowing all he knows before others.

      I feel grateful to know what is going on before others. Grateful for SD and anyone else who shares their knowlege.

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    • Dave says:

      Let’s face it. There’s only so many hours in a day. Normally, we don’t spend most of our time online (except the period we’re immersed in presently). There are some good sites, but to me, when my attention is needed in other jobs, I still make time for TCTH! It is required reading! It might be the only site I visit sometimes, but it is therapy for me and keeps me sane, balanced, and well-grounded. I couldn’t imagine getting my “news” from the msm like most of the nation. I’d be a nervous wreck! And I’d feel alone! Not a good combo. Here, we find intellect, insight, peace of mind, material to help educate others, friends who understand us, humor when we need it, and a host of other positives! TCTH is a smorgasbord that I can unashamedly gorge on without gaining a pound! It doesn’t get better than that!

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  6. thedoc00 says:

    Interesting how informed and supportive narrative nuggets are relegated by Fox News to late night news and talk shows or to Fox Business (Bartiromo, Varney, Charles Payne or Dobbs).

    Liked by 2 people

    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Ahhh, do not forget “little house” Melissa. She has to be one of the most agressive interviewers I have seen in recent memory. Never lets a lie go by. Always challenges with facts, logic and common sense.

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    • stephenreed says:

      Dobbs and Varney were early Trump advocates during the campaign, while Hannity remained impartial covering all the candidates.

      What is going on here is deep investigative reporting. Fox News organizations do not perform this task, instead they perform shallow investigative reporting digging into the day’s newsworthy events.

      My benchmark is Watergate, in which there was a race among the Nixon-hating media to bring him down. In the end all the facts came out.

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  7. Former lurker says:

    Victory has a hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan. When this becomes an avalanche, only a few will remember who rolled that little ol’ snowball down the hill to begin it.

    Liked by 14 people

  8. Ari says:

    The FBI has been corrupt since it’s inception. Unfortunately, republicans waltz through life oblivious to reality. Trump will have to start talking about freedom and smash up the intelligence agencies.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. AmericaFirst says:

    Wow. Thank you for posting this, I would never have seen it since I don’t watch the news on TV, but it is gratifying to know that there is *some* MSM that is putting the truth out this brazenly (though I didn’t hear any references to CTH). Makes me interested in the book, Licensed to Lie.

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  10. grandmaintexas says:

    “…curiously correct…”

    😂

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  11. 4beagles says:

    When I saw this last night I was pleasantly surprised that the the “The Big Ugly” was hitting the MSM news. Sidney Powell must a CTH reader.

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  12. Oldschool says:

    Now THERE is a woman for our young ladies to look towards as a role model of intelligence, courage and success. Bravo mrs powell and shame on bream for not knowing or having the courage to do relevant follow up questions.

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  13. Budman says:

    Anyone else notice the ” snarky half smile” on Sarahs face?

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  14. Bind no longer says:

    I am anxiously waiting for the news to get out to the general public! I figure I can do my part by emailing my friends and family articles from CTH to post on Fakebook! We can spread the word if the media won’t.

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    • MVW says:

      I can’t see many in the public understanding this dog’s dinner. I barely comprehend it, at least what specific legal codes were egregiously broken. Yes, the spirit was broken, but these laws themselves step all over the Bill of Rights to begin with.

      When an ‘inquiry’ is all that is required to overstep the law, there is one foot already in the tall weeds.

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      • Exactly. The “laws” themselves step all over the Bill of Rights in the first place, a point which is either lost on many, or many are expecting them to be done away with because President Trump.

        I figure being more vocal about our Natural Rights is in order, if we wish to see more done.

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  15. bill says:

    Your right, Mrs. Powell appears did well.

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  16. shiningfields says:

    Powell was on Hannity’s radio show last week (I think Wed, 1/10). She was almost word-for-word laying out the FBI/DOJ/CLINTON/WH plot to destroy 45. At first I thought Powell was reading a CTH article, but thenI realized she had figured out what was going on. My only issue was how reluctant Hannity seemed to get on board. I am glad there are some “back benchers” who are starting to talk about this despicable plot.

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      Don’t be surprised by Hannity’s reluctance….. he never really did put out everything on Obama. Just enough to slide outside the MSM and create himself fabulous ratings
      but he never really dug too deep. – another case in point is the dirt on the Clintons, he slams Hillary and Bill but….. there is never a huge effort to build a fact based full monte disclosure

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      • lastinillinois says:

        Yep.

        Exactly the reason I stopped watching FOX News years ago (he was the last person I would tune in to see, but he never followed up on the stories).

        Oh well, life is better without FOX News.

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      • He was an early “you should resign” with Moore. I don’t get any news from him any more. I can get more and better too many other places. And some of the supplements he pimps are junk who advertise “pay shipping only” but, equipped with your credit card info, charge for the product, too. Good thing for them … because the product does not work.

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      • shiningfields says:

        I realize Hannity is only a mainstream version of Alex Jones; however, I still expected more from him. If Hannity is content to dance around the grave while others do the digging–fine. But, this story is too damn big to not exploit to the full extent.

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          Hannity is no where near the level of disclosure as Alex Jones. .. but as far as fake news goes, Hannity gets the closest to some real truth of all the fake newers out there.

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          • shiningfields says:

            I was alluding to the level of hysteria and feigned outrage both Jones and Hannity exhibit daily. You’re right though, Hannity does have some of the truth. It just feels to me he is holding back. On the other hand, my money is on Tucker Carlson reporting on the conclusions we have come to first. He’s almost there, but is looking for independent confirmation first. My opinion only.

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          • Oldschool says:

            Agree deb.

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            • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

              The Biggest thing that hannity takes on is Fake News CNN.. that drives ratings for Fox news thus his paycheck. and in all fairness that helped Us and PDJT into the white house.
              so credit where credit is due.

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              • Thecleaner says:

                I cant help but feel that Fox HQ has him on a leash. We need Tucker, Hannity and a few others to break out and provide the backbone to a true conservative network.
                They dont have to be raving Trumpers, just fact finders and truth tellers…if they do that, they becomecTrump advocates by default.
                Hopefully soon…im sure there are many others wanting this, and could add some great names to a powerhouse conservative roster…it would be epic imo

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                • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

                  we waited for 8 years of obama….. You can breath now.. it ain’t gonna happen

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                • Sunshinesam says:

                  I can’t remember where I read it, it might have been from a commenter on this site. But I read that Dobbs and Bartiromo are the only ones that can say whatever they want. All others cannot. I assume this has something to do with their contracts. Hannity just lets things drip very slowly! So annoying. He knows.

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      • Conservativeinny says:

        He’s what I call a sensationalist. Just enough to be interesting but no depth.

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      • mimbler says:

        I’m actually not sure how bright he is.

        He seems to be locked into transmit, and never receive.

        I like that he is superficially on the right side, but I’ve never been enlightened by him.

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        • WhistlingPast says:

          And unwilling to connect the hundred of dots he himself lays out to draw the obvious conclusion:

          Caller: Sean, why don’t you just say it? 0bama is a stealth muslim, an enemy of the United States and that everything he’s doing is to bring this country down?

          Hannity: “I don’t know it. I can’t look into the man’s heart.”

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        • Oldschool says:

          Excellent analysis mimbler. I have always seen hannity as limited.

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        • piper567 says:

          mimbler…Bingo…that ther transmit and not receive…that’s the stickler for me.
          Hannity doesn’t seem to have much of a grip on conversation…he asks a Q, and only half listenes to the A.
          He’s like a kid raising his hand in class while the teacher is still talking: by the time he;s called on, the Teacher is on a

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      • Ari says:

        Hannity = #BatteredConservativeSyndrome

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      • piper567 says:

        Deborah…a Perfect Description of the level of reportage on Hannity. Thanks.
        He fulfills a purpose.
        He has “indicated” much, and in many cases has been the catalyst that inquiring minds have required to dig deeper, and look for info from sundance and bongino, Imperator and Wictor, etc.
        People are awakened in many ways; they wander around until satisfied.
        I am sure this is the route many have taken to The Treehouse.
        I’ve always considered Hannity as a sort of springboard, and your take is nice and economical, word-wise.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Dont hear his show, but WTH is it with these loudmouth wusses?

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      • shiningfields says:

        I think if the more hysterical and outraged they behave, then more people are likely to believe them. Or, that is what the think anyway.

        The herd mentality created by Jones and Hannity is insane. Dare to disagree and you are a Soros-paid troll.

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  17. phoenixRising says:

    Shannon, Sidney & Sarah… I like the illiteration! They should get together again…

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  18. snyderarnold says:

    This is the best news and analysis site on the web.

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  19. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I have seen Powell interviewed before, and she is incredibly smart. On the other hand, I am not quite a fan of Sarah. She goes by which way the wind blows in how she reports. When she is on with Cavuto, she snarky on Trump to say the least. She has been on with Dobbs in the past, and she doesn’t snark on Trump as much. Powell in a polite way smacked her down with a lot more information that countered what she said, IMHO.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      WTP, great observations. I have reservations about Sarah too. She can make great points but her delivery is the old tired “fair and balanced” method.

      Notice Sarah alwas makes the left point first while softening the position later in her comments. Dobbs challenges her right off the bat so she has to cut the left comments short. Cavuto is anti Trump so no challenge from him.

      Sidney was great. Even challenged Sarah’s comments.

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    • MVW says:

      “Powell in a polite way smacked her down with a lot more information that countered what she said”

      Sarah pissed me off with the parseltongue. Powell was polite with the knife.

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    • I agree that Sarah person said nothing…you know, it could be this but it could be that, and it could hurt but it could help…etc etc etc Sidney is far more experienced and mature. She speaks from a solid base of information and is not politically motivated. And, yes, it seems she did write the piece for Hannity as her bio info is listed at the end.

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  20. D. Manny says:

    Ohhhhhhhh, now I understand why Mueller & Co. are trying to hang Papadopoulos so hard….

    If they can prove that Papadopoulos was a credible enough threat to warrant the investigation, then it doesn’t matter whether the investigation came up empty-handed or not. They just need something, anything, to justify the spying in the first place…….

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    • D. Manny says:

      And then their other problem will be to justify the About Queries before the FISA court, and that’s where Paul Manafort comes in….because Manafort was under investigation in 2012. If you notice the Court’s opinion, they tie the whole investigation back to 2012..which that’s when Manafort came onto the scene.

      They’re going to try to claim it was all the same operation in order to provide cover to them for their spying…..

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      • D. Manny says:

        They haven’t found anything, but they are hoping they’ve created enough of a smoke screen to bluff their way through it all….

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        • D. Manny says:

          That’s why Mueller is bringing the court case…because he needs to get a judgment before Congress finishes its job….

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          • D. Manny says:

            Obama & Co. are going to blame the FBI, saying the FBI told them it was a credible threat…..

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            • D. Manny says:

              And that’s what Glenn Simpson’s testimony was all about, all about leading investigators to the little nuggets he set up for them to find….

              Simpson thinks he’s the master of the universe. I can picture that he’s probably said and laughed a thousand times how you have to lead these investigators around by the nose with a neon sign saying, “Find Crime Here.”

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    • MVW says:

      Trump needs an able prosecutor like Powell. If he had her going after the Clinton-Obama&Puppetmasters I would rest easy. I don’t see it though, we have Sessions and the Obama DOJ.

      We need Nemesis’ scythe.

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  21. MTeresa says:

    Love the wink. You got this POTUS ❤

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  22. Lopeover says:

    My appreciation to everyone working to bring this heinous criminal betrayal against the President and American people. I have thoroughly felt informed and in the know here at CTH. Kudos to Sundance! I do realize many others have had a critical part in uncovering these scandals and protecting our President. I want justice. I want to see all these people involved in the various scandals to be indicted, perp walked on television, tried, found guilty and sent to prison. Nothing short of those actions will re-establish the rule of law in my eyes.

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    • MVW says:

      “Nothing short of those actions will re-establish the rule of law in my eyes.”

      This is hitting the nail on the head. Rule of law has been lost in my eyes. I have no confidence it will succeed in this most critical ultimate state crime.

      As I watch all this unfold I hear the same Hillary cackling laugh when she boasted at the start of her career about getting the child rapist set free on a technicality and impugning the child at the same time.

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  23. wtd says:

    Sidney Powell’s linked twitter feed linked to this story….which provides a useful reminder:
    CREEPS ON A MISSION: Michael Horowitz is Really Investigating the Investigators

    Since at least July 2016, the upper echelon of the FBI and the Department of Justice began a stealth operation—with the complicity if not instigation of President Obama—to taint and destroy Candidate Trump with a concocted “Russia collusion” narrative.

    Michael Horowitz, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice, has been running a little-watched parallel investigation that is already producing results—when he is not manipulated or overborn by Robert Mueller.

    His name is not familiar to most Americans, but Mr. Horowitz has played an important role since President Obama named him Inspector General (IG) for the Department of Justice in 2012.

    Congress mandated the position of IG for every major federal agency. The 72 IGs work on behalf of the taxpayers as independent watchdogs over their respective agencies.

    If you think the IG position is not important, remember this: Remarkably, President Obama did not appoint a permanent one for the State Department during Mrs. Clinton’s entire tenure. When John Kerry took over as Secretary of State, the newly appointed IG found and disclosed that Mrs. Clinton used an illegal secret server, and they immediately identified classified material in the first random sample of only 40 documents. (read the rest at the link)

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  24. Howie says:

    This is old news at CTH. Reported here months ago. The lag time is at least 6 months from CTH to MSM.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      if at all….

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    • benifranlkin says:

      Yah, but Sidney Powell has confirmed that Mueller is dirty, too…not a white hat fo’ sure…and he was Director of FBI from 2001 to 2013…Comey and his FBI learned from the best didn’t they?? This stuff had to be going on thru the Obama era at least….maybe even Bush years too if Mueller were there. I hope IG Horowitz is backdating and investigating years of stuff.

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      • G. Combs says:

        IG Horowitz really really wants Mueller’s scalp I think. He was ‘elegantly’ hinting for it in this testimony to Congress:
        Statement of Michael E. Horowitz, Inspector General, U.S. Department of Justice before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
        “[…]These monetary savings and recoveries, however, do not take into account
        some of our most significant reviews, which cannot be translated into quantifiable
        dollar savings but which address fundamental issues affecting national security, civil
        liberties, safety and security at federal prisons, effectiveness of law enforcement
        programs, and the conduct of Department employees. Examples include our reviews of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) use of its authorities under the PATRIOT Act and the FISA Amendments Act, …. the FBI’s management of the terrorist watch list, nepotism by Department personnel, and our investigation of the FBI’s corrupt relationship with James “Whitey” Bulger.

        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 that saves taxpayers money and improves the operations of the federal government. Actions that limit, condition, or delay access have profoundly negative consequences for our work: they make us less effective, encourage other agencies to take similar actions in the future, and erode the morale of the dedicated professionals that make up our staffs.

        My Office knows these problems all too well, and we continue to face challenges in getting timely access to information from Department components. In particular, the FBI continues to take the position it first raised in 2010 that Section 6(a) of the Inspector General Act does not entitle the DOJ OIG to all records in the FBI’s possession and therefore has refused DOJ OIG requests for various types of records. As I have indicated in my prior testimony, the DOJ OIG and CIGIE strenuously disagree with the FBI’s position, which we have both made clear to the Department’s leadership.[…]”

        I think if I was Comey I would go back to hiding in the drapes.

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        • Turranos says:

          I thought the drapes were really a good fashion statement for Comey. Far better, than the drivel that he is putting out in his twitter feed. The man has serous problems but right now he thinks everything will work out fine. Hi James!

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        • Pied Piper says:

          All very interesting but pales in comparison to news that Maxine Waters will not attend State of the Union address.

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      They might be worried they will get burned like Hannity did last year some time doing some internet story.

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  25. simicharmed says:

    This Corruption in the United States of America is (was) is, unimaginable to the level it has clearly been revealed! The (Foreigner) made US President, Barrack Hussein Obama, truly needs to be indicted and charged…along with all his merry-men (and women), who participated in this Crime Of The Century!

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    • MVW says:

      Obama is a stooge. There is an enemy syndicate behind him. I still have no idea who they are. I believe that that same syndicate is also behind the March (9?) 2016 meeting.

      Liked by 2 people

      • dutzie60 says:

        MVW, it’s “Them”, “They”, “Those” that are frequently referred to in a discussion of government, politics, globalization, NWO, etc. 🙂

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      • simicharmed says:

        I’m sure this UNKNOWN Chicago Senator Community Organizer was simply a Vessel (a Manchurian Candidate indeed), too. This fact that this human specimen, with multiple names and a FULLY questionable life-history, is/was EVER a person who should have SUDDENLY appeared “on-stage”. Couple that with the rather quick, then actual nomination…… THEN to become President of The United States! Essentially…A NOBODY in ACTUALLY placed, launched, activated into the US Presidency! None of it made sense then nor does it now!

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        • Zimbalistjunior says:

          it makes more sense if Obama was a spy from day one, born to a CIA family. That the deep state would trust.

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        • blind no longer says:

          I have said this myself a thousand times!

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        • Tegan says:

          Similar…I have thought this about Obama’s for a very long time and it truly angers me that so many allowed it to happen….especially angry at the Republicans. Perhaps more than the takedown of the Clintons, my strongest desire is to see Obama unmasked so as Pouffle said about Trump, “needs to be destroyed so his kind never run again.” We Americans have to let the world know we are in charge of our leaders and not a so-called global elite creating Manchurian Candidates for their purposes.

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        • You left out one important element regarding Obama’s ascendancy to power and that is the color of his skin. Being black made him immediately immune to the level of scrutiny that a similar white candidate would have received. This is just another example of how the Democrats have used African Americans to deceive the American people.

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      • Dave says:

        Agreed, Obama is a puppet. This won’t happen, but it doesn’t mean I can’t dream it…Wouldn’t it be great if Obozo started to name names of his handlers? It’s a win-win no matter how you look at it! I’ll let you think about all the possibilities yourselves! Just can’t stop smiling!

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  26. Then this also means that Popadopoulos was the insider FBI informant!

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  27. Tonawanda says:

    “A very well briefed, and interestingly up-to-date, Mrs. Powell”

    Mrs. Powell has faithfully duplicated the work of Sundance.

    For the time being, it is very good to get this out.

    In the future, I truly believe credit will be given to Sundance in some conspicuous way.

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      I think you are right, We have not seen a real journalist dig for government corruption
      in 50+ years… there is no way this would be coming out by anyone if CTH/Sundance wasn’t getting to big to ignore.

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      • piper567 says:

        I like the speculation tossed around a couple of nights ago, right here…maybe sundance HAS been acknowledged, but we do not know it…he DOES need to remain anonymous for his safety…but his anonymity is a factor in keeping him safe.

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  28. I am now convinced Papadopoulos was the insider FBI informant. Sent in by the FBI to try and create a Russia trail. “Three days after Donald Trump named his campaign foreign policy team in March 2016, the youngest of the new advisers sent an email to seven campaign officials with the subject line: “Meeting with Russian Leadership – Including Putin.”

    The adviser, George Papadopoulos, offered to set up “a meeting between us and the Russian leadership to discuss US-Russia ties under President Trump,” telling them his Russian contacts welcomed the opportunity, according to internal campaign emails read to The Washington Post.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-campaign-emails-show-aides-repeated-efforts-to-set-up-russia-meetings/2017/08/14/54d08da6-7dc2-11e7-83c7-5bd5460f0d7e_story.html?utm_term=.624bb9065d49 And this, except the lefties have it all wrong. The Greek boy is FBI! https://twitter.com/SethAbramson/status/925925841158230016/photo/1

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  29. JMC says:

    The sophisticated term for agents like Papadopoulos is agent provocateur (French), and Wikipedia has an article on it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agent_provocateur

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  30. Heh! 🤣😂😄😄

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  31. frank field says:

    My heart and mind swell with massive thankfulness for Sundance and all of you praying, ardent Deplorables. Grace to each you.

    DRAIN IT

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  32. Zimbalistjunior says:

    Prediction: when the shit hits the fan and the revelations start piling up, the defense will be:
    Look, we had no choice. Trump presented/presents a clear and present danger. We had to do illegal searches and surveillance, had to smear through media, had to make accusations, because look, look, what he tweets about his nuclear button, look how he calls some countries shitholes etc…
    you may say that the president should therefore ‘lie low’ for awhile, keep quiet, stay uncontroversial, dont give them any ammunition blah blah blah..
    except that it wouldnt matter.. the media (after getting their talking points from the Obama oppo house) will still seize upon anything and blow it up…trump could (and has) conducted hour long public meetings, conferences etc, and they will still seize on one item and collectively (and collusively) beat it to the ground..

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    • WhistlingPast says:

      That ‘defense’ will have no legal standing.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Zimbalistjunior says:

        if there’s an exception for ‘national security’, then it depends on what your interpretation of ‘national security’ is.
        is this legally viable? depends on who’s doing the adjudicating.

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    • mimbler says:

      I think they will just deny it.
      Nearly everything I’ve heard so far can be put down to “bad judgement”.
      Of course, that isn’t what it was, but no one puts in a memo that “I’m going to use this bogus dossier to try and take down the Trump presidency”.

      So the prosecutors will have to prove through circumstantial evidence that 100 cases of bad judgement in a row all falling against Trump are not credible.

      Far simpler, will be to charge some people and get them to turn on the rest.

      Even though the stench of guilt is obvious, I’m not seeing a slam dunk for those like Strozk and Page.

      Surprisingly, the big dogs like Comey, Clinton, and Huma have more concrete, provable cases against them IMHO.

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  33. yaddle says:

    Has Sundance ever weighed in on the supposed leaked chat logs of the Stzork and group planning their operations including feeding WAPO and Mensch disinfo?

    http://archive.is/KdbdJ

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  34. tunis says:

    What do you guys think?

    Any of these lawbreakers gets prosecuted – DOJ: Lynch, Sally Yates, Bruce Ohr, Carlin and the rest of the crew at DOJ NSD? FBI – Comey, McCabe, Bill Preistap, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page? DNI Clapper? DCIA Brennan?

    What’s the probability 0% or 100% or something in between?

    My opinion is everyone skates because of the rule of law only applies to the little guys.

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  35. C R Lord says:

    Sarah looks like somebody punched her in her left eye because it is heavily painted and kept trying to close while she was speaking. I am not a fan of makeup at all and have always thought that the use of makeup is an insult to the face of a beautiful woman.

    When I looked at Sarah I saw a beautiful woman with a beautiful smile but the beauty was hidden behind black eyes and bright red lipstick and rouge. I tried to imagine her without the makeup and that imagination was gorgeous. The picture was one of a woman with soft alluring eyes and a smile that would bless the heart of any man.

    As a married man of 39 years my wife is beautiful, but her beauty begins within and she has never worn makeup of any kind or felt the need to wear makeup. She is loved by all who know her and she is a very loving woman of God. I am not trying to attack anyone, but I felt I needed to share this because it bothers me to see women who are stunning naturally destroying their God-given beauty somehow thinking the makeup is necessary when they don’t need it at all.

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    • You need to start viewing the daily press conference from the White House. I am sure you approve of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, but the next time you take a view pay close attention to Sarah’s eye makeup. It is far more smokey than Sarah’s. Let’s not decide that we discount what people say because we don’t like heavily made up women or we love someone who does not particularly like make up. To each his/her own, right.

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      • Edited to add: A little paint makes an old barn look better. I grew up in a denomination that abstained from make up for their female members. I always laughed that the women who could not wear make up could wear the largest broach known to mankind and plant it just inches above their left breast. But God forbid they have rosey cheeks or ruby lips.

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      • C R Lord says:

        I personally don’t think women need makeup no matter who they are. God created women beautiful and as I said in my post I believe makeup is an insult to a beautiful woman’s face. That would be every woman because God never created an ugly woman. Of course, any woman is free to choose to use it or not. I thought I made it clear that I was not attacking anyone in what I knew was a sensitive issue before I posted my comment.

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      • C R Lord says:

        By the way, I don’t discount what people say just because of the way they look. That is an assumption that doesn’t hold water.

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    • Dave says:

      If Sarah had shown up to the studio with no makeup, the producers would insist on putting some on her “for the lighting and cameras”. Granted, they wouldn’t duplicate what she normally does. All the men that appear in studio have to go through the process too. To a regular guest it’s SOP. If it was us, CR, we’d probably feel awkward. I’ve worked with women in construction who obviously don’t wear makeup to work. Take the best looking one without makeup and run into her away from job when she’s all made up, you’ll have a heart attack on how gorgeous she is. But you’re right, the beauty begins on the inside and works its way out.

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    • woohoowee says:

      My late father never liked makeup on women, nor does Hubby.

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  36. JB says:

    Pick a sure winner… Team Badger..😁

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  37. RedBallExpress says:

    Yeah it’s something when a really pretty girl doesn’t wear makeup. Most women look better without it.

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  38. MAGAbear says:

    So Sundance and Sydney Powell aren’t the same person afterall. 😉

    The tough thing is to make all this complexity understandable to the masses, so the more people who can do that the better.

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    • piper567 says:

      it is getting around. There’s a guy named Carlson, on https://www.themarketstalk.com
      who is presenting the truth to an entirely different audience. He has credited sundance, and seems to do a pretty good job of keeping up for his readers.
      There are people who want to know what the he!! is going on.
      very encouraging.

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  39. NC Nana says:

    Mrs. Sidney Powell is a talented advisor and powerful speaker. She clearly stated the facts related to the FBI and DOJ case. If she is a prosecutor I hope she is part of the prosecution team who take down the scoundrels who have weaponized our justice system.

    To whom much is given, much is expected. The FBI and DOJ officials have taken respected branches of the government and run their reputation into the ground. Can the stain they have created be wiped away?

    Dear God, please give Rep. Devin Nunes, Mrs. Sidney Powell, and Sundance the wisdom and strength to carry out Your will. Please let justice prevail in this country once again. In Jesus name I pray. Amen

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  40. geoff@large says:

    Sidney Powell is a former Asst. US Attorney and very family wiht DOJ corruption. Read her comments at http://licensedtolie.com

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  41. JB says:

    dot-dot… Veselnitskaya has prior links to Fusion GPS- was she set up in the same way that Trump Jr was as far as the mtg “about dirt on Hillary” that turned out to be anything but?

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  42. C R Lord says:

    A mini explanation of who I am and some family photos to show how God has blessed my wife and I with a tremendous family of beautiful children and grandchildren.

    http://www.crlord.com/who-i-am.html

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  43. GREENMIRROR says:

    It’s probably been discussed a bit alread, but this feels very much the same play as operation zero footprint benghazi. Invent a fraud(fake video) and pay TV to jam the narrative down the throats of the American Public while hiding the truth…a truth that should have criminal consequences.

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  44. Publius2017 says:

    Very knowledgeable! She lays the points very clearly and defends our President with facts. The Coup is exposed.

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  45. distracted2 says:

    I caught Sydney Powell with Shannon night before last. She’s impressive. It’s not the first time she’s been on the channel. Every time she’s on, I sit up and listen. I have no doubt that she’s well connected and knows of what she speaks.

    Also, speaking of Dan Bongino, who I’ve followed for a long time, did anyone catch him on Outnumbered on Friday? He first spoke the truth during that episode. He was a man on a mission with the truth. The women were a little taken aback at the intensity with which he spoke the truth, but there were a couple who – and they were off camera unfortunately – who were nodding their heads in agreement. Harris Faulkner brought that detail to the viewer’s attention,

    I had the distinct feeling afterward that he is a Treeper.

    This is why I watch Fox. Yes, there’s a lot of junk I have to listen to – most of which I just fast-forward through because it’s spoken by predictable idiots – but there are nuggets of truth I would miss if I didn’t watch.

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    • Johnny says:

      Excellent comment! You are absolutely correct that you must use your filters when sifting thru the news broadcast every day, but your filters will get the truth you are looking for to come out. I consider it my duty to pay close attention to certian people when they speak.

      This does require intensity to the max imho, because so much is at stake. Go DAN.

      Yes Sydney Powell is absolutely one to that people need to pay close attention too.

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  46. Kent says:

    It’s the investigators being investigated!

    Yes!….been saying that for MONTHS at work….

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