Missing Texts? – Inspector General Horowitz Letter to Chairman Nunes – Jeff Sessions Vows Assistance…

Remember, Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes is first up; closely coordinating with House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte; closely coordinating with Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley; and all of them coordinating with the DOJ Office of Inspector General Michael Horowitz.  This is a long developed plan.

In order to carry out the entire reform operation, communication is made through public letters. Sunlight is part of the strategy.  Questioning each other publicly and answering each other publicly is part of the strategy… the media is not used to this. Deception needs whispers. Deception doesn’t like transparency….  Brilliant strategery, by golly.

Here’s the letter from Inspector General Michael Horowitz, via the strategic communication DOJ facilitator, Asst. AG Stephen Boyd:


The swamp dwellers are getting hit from all sides as they attempt to carry out their schemes and hide their trails.

Simultaneous to these public statements and releases of communication, all the communication networks of the FBI and DOJ officials are being monitored.  The usurpers don’t know where to turn, and the media is struggling to figure out how to help them.


… Because Goodlatte and Nunes are working with a plan, that’s why.

Washington, D.C. — Today, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), and House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) released the following statement concerning the 384 pages of new text messages between top FBI officials:

“This weekend we met to discuss the text messages and possible next steps in our oversight of these agencies. The contents of these text messages between top FBI officials are extremely troubling in terms of when certain key decisions were made by the Department of Justice and the FBI, by whom these decisions were made, and the evident bias exhibited by those in charge of the investigation. The omission of text messages between December 2016 and May 2017, a critical gap encompassing the FBI’s Russia investigation, is equally concerning. Rather than clearing up prior FBI and DOJ actions, these recently produced documents cause us to further question the credibility and objectivity of certain officials at the FBI.”

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Admiral Mike Rogers is the angel on their shoulders, covering their six.


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317 Responses to Missing Texts? – Inspector General Horowitz Letter to Chairman Nunes – Jeff Sessions Vows Assistance…

  1. ezpz2 says:

    “Jeff Sessions vows assistance.”


    He’s the AG, not some deputy “assistant” or staffer!
    That he is not taking charge here is deriliction of duty, or complete incompetence, or corruption. At this point, I’d say all of the above and then some.

    Liked by 5 people

    • rf121 says:

      Relax. He recussed himself. He is above reproach as he did the right thing.

      Liked by 6 people

      • ezpz2 says:

        Assuming you’re not being sarcastic, I must respectfully disagree that he did the right thing by recusing himself.

        But that’s a done deal and therefore moot.

        If his recusals (plural) prevent him from doing his job, he needs to either resign or appoint someone – other than Rosenstein – who will take charge.

        This is way too serious to just ‘vow assistance’ or to promise a ‘review’

        Liked by 2 people

        • I feel sure Sessions is doing his job. Just as he secured Comey’s office and computer before Comey was fired. I bet Comey wasn’t expecting that

          Liked by 4 people

          • rf121 says:

            You sure he did that?

            Liked by 3 people

            • Not 100% but it was reported Comey was fired while out of the office, and then locked out of it.

              Liked by 2 people

              • nimrodman says:

                That’s been alluded to a lot of times and by a lot of people, but I never saw a documentable news report that Comey was locked out and his office contents secured.

                Yes, it was reported that he was fired while on a trip to California.

                But all the rest I could never pin down to a news report of anyone going on the record, only what appeared to be a few people speculating and then many more people quoting those accounts as if they were gospel.

                And I searched a lot at the time, even tracking down a few people on Facebook who appeared to be the originators of the narrative that many people were citing.

                Liked by 2 people

            • tgmccoy says:

              Yes, I think Sundance refereed to it a while back..
              correct me if I am wrong..Comey is got a bit of trouble on his hands..

              Liked by 1 person

          • Kintbury54 says:

            I believe they knew all about Comey’s dirty dealings and that it why he was actually fired.
            Trump will produce the evidence and tell Mueller he could not tell the real reason without tipping off others. Mueller will be so disappointed.


        • Sunshine says:

          He did the right thing by recusing himself. Had he not done so, the Clinton MSM would be screeching Cover-Up. The investigation’s credibility would have been destroyed.

          Liked by 5 people

          • Chuck Arnold says:

            I agree with you, he did the right thing by recusing himself from the bloody part of this operation. I believe Sessions will be the guy who, when all this stuff is done, rebuilds all of the National Security Agencies in our government that the Clintons and Obama’s have totally corrupted. I don’t know how many there are, but he will weed out all of the corrupt folks Clinton and Obama packed into those Agencies, and he will rebuild them with people who are not corrupt, and he can do it with clean hands because he stayed out of the bloody part.

            Liked by 1 person

        • Chuck Arnold says:

          Sessions will be the one who rebuilds the FBI and the DOJ when this whole things over, so the role he’s taking in this part of the operation allows him to keep his hands clean. Which is brilliant, just like this whole operation is brilliant. Think about it, Gowdy, Nunes, Grassley, Goodlatte, and Horowitz, they don’t really need Sessions to be involved in this part, and if they do, he’ll assist. That’s how it looks to me.

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  2. One of the best lines evah!! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸💖💖💖🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
    “Admiral Mike Rogers is the angel on their shoulders, covering their six.”

    Liked by 17 people

  3. Kaco says:

    Comey was fired May 9, I don’t know if that means anything.


    • Bull Durham says:

      Four months too late. Should have been fired on Jan. 21st.


      • Kaco says:

        What I mean is that the missing texts are from Dec to May.

        Liked by 2 people

        • paullywog says:

          The question is who did it and when? I would not put Comey past it.


        • Dave says:

          This whole business of 5 months’ worth of missing texts makes the 18 minutes of missing tape from Nixon secretary Rosemary Woods seem like nothing! And we made a big deal about it back in the day!

          Liked by 1 person

          • Just Beachy says:

            So, I guess all the data swept up by 702 does not include text messages between FBI lovers. None of us gets the opportunity to redact personal information when we are being illegally spied upon by our own government.
            I’m so sick of the baloney being fed through the MSM and even Gowdy et al. with a straight face. They have “lost” those text messages?? BS!
            How about all the emails and text messages more recently discussing getting rid of text messages and emails? KEEP LOOKING.
            I like a comment I heard yesterday. Just put someone in jail. One person in jail and others miraculously become more cooperative.


        • waicool says:

          this…The txt msgs magically are preserved beginning again ON THE DAY dirty cop comey was fired.


        • ahem says:

          Timing of missing Strzok-Page texts:

          Start date: 12/14/16: same date WaPo cites unnamed intel officials stating… wait for it… Russians tried to hack election for Trump.

          End date: 5/17/17: same date Mueller is named Special Counsel.

          Full timeline: https://t.co/AeFR7ZItzj

          — Doug Ross 🔵 (@directorblue) January 23, 2018


      • Uncle Max says:

        Nah… I like it. Whether a trap or no, theses idiots, Comey, et al, all fell right into treason and/or sedition. Corrupt to the core, and to the point that they were allowed a few months under President Trump to do their magic-crap… the clearer the threat they posed, the harsher the penalties, and makes it about impossible to make a “political ” break with the Obama administration and not go after some of them… up to and including President Obama. We’ll see. I can’t imagine how this is going to unfold. We’re in uncharted waters for sure.

        Liked by 3 people

  4. appadoo9 says:

    how would you like working around/with these characters. I think of the word pariah

    Liked by 2 people

  5. D. Manny says:

    Isn’t it funny with how all this hacking was going on, dropped messages from the FBI about hacking, missing records from the NSA, missing records in the FBI, lost emails, missing evidence….

    And not one person in the IT department ever gets fired…..

    Liked by 6 people

  6. dizzymissl says:

    Anybody have any thoughts as to footnote 4 at the VERY bottom of the letter?

    “Although FBI identified May 22, 2017 as the issued date for Ms. Pages phone, collection resumed on May 18, 2017. The FBI has not yet been able to account for this discrepancy.”


    Liked by 5 people

  7. convert says:

    DC gotta be boiling tonight. And if I was an IT person tonight or anybody who could be involved in this is any way, but heretofore unknown–a nobody–I’d be scared to death. There may be “suicides” in the headlines soon. Also, I don’t trust Gowdy one bit, by the way. He could well be part of the Secret Society as far as I’m concerned. I pray he doesn’t throw a monkey wrench in things and find a way to help some of this story stay hidden and guilty parties walk.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Maquis says:

      I hope Roosterhead ends up in the stewpot. He’s dirty.

      Liked by 5 people

    • fabrabbit says:

      Yep, I was sorry to see Gowdy involved in this. He’s let too many things slip through his hands.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Charlotte says:

      JFK’s secret society speech was prescient:

      Liked by 2 people

      • ahem says:

        That’s back when Democrats still loved America, Communists were universally recognized and rightly reviled, and student Marxists were considered naive kooks going through a phase. Those were the days when political positions were things ‘on which reasonable people could disagree’, and you could still invite all your friends and relatives to Thanksgiving without having to worry if a fight was going to break out.

        JFK would be considered a fascist these days. How much we have lost; how deep into the muck we have descended.


  8. This articles questions if Wray is part of the swamp or not! I guess obama built a spider web everywhere! Who do you trust anymore?

    Liked by 2 people

  9. jeans2nd says:

    Why does everyone assume Stzok-Page used their FBI-issued phones for relevant txt msgs?

    Odds are Strzok/Page did not exclusively use their FBI-issued phones for relevant txt msgs. Strzok-Page also used burner phones. Finding and obtaining txt msgs from burner phones is quite possible.

    Liked by 3 people

    • rf121 says:

      If you have the phones, sure. But they are called burner phones for a reason.


      • The Admiral says:

        Yes… but even “burner phones” have to hit the towers and transmit data over telecom infrastructure. Also keep in mind, that Adm. Rogers knew there was law breaking going on well before the election.

        If he had any strategic smarts at ALL… and he should since he’s been Intel/SIGINT most of his career… he would quite possibly know to “keep an eye on it”.

        I don’t know what kind of capability No Such Apples has these days, it is certainly considerably beyond what we think it is. In other words… “burner phone” packets aren’t invisible. They exist, and if they can be found, and someone who originated them was a target, that persons digital and living pattern is as unique as a fingerprint. They can be ID’d.

        Also keep in mind, no matter what has become part of the public knowledge base around SIGINT capabilities… Not Some Argonaut is loath to parade their capabilities to the public.

        For the kind of actual crimes that this narrative is suggesting… most decent Americans with knowledge of the facts want to see heads in a basket on the other side of a blade. That is unlikely, no matter how serious the crimes.

        I can live with that, as long as the consequences are severe enough for the prospect of others receiving punishment of like kind is frightening enough to others to cause them to cease their criminal enterprises.


  10. I’m sure someone has it! !

    Liked by 5 people

  11. It was a drop down menu and an administrative assistant transferred directly afterwards to Hawaii


    • NJF says:

      Scott Adams made a joke that maybe this guy “who hit the wrong button that deleted the messages was then transferred to Hawaii….cause they have important buttons there too!”

      Liked by 2 people

  12. dizzymissl says:


  13. blind no longer says:

    Has anyone heard that Wray threatened to resign if McCabe is fired now? If so, then Wray is either corrupt like the rest of the dirty b@sturds, or he is playing good cop/bad cop.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. MAGADJT says:

    The question I have is how many times prior have rogue federal employees like these, rigged elections or other important outcomes (legislation, SCOTUS decisions) with tactics like these? Did no white hats know this was going on? This can’t be the first time they’ve done this.

    Liked by 1 person

    • blind no longer says:

      The scope of the corruption is just unbelievable now. ANYTHING is possible and has probably happened many times over without anything coming to light! Are there any good guys left anywhere? Damnit I’m frustrated!


      • Fred Ward says:

        Not really, perhaps 12 to 15 corrupt individuals in strategic positions. Sundance’ chart isn’t comprehensive, but I think it pretty much covers the worst of them. If the corruption were widespread, none of this would be coming to light. Some folks at lower levels are providing information.


  15. jmclever says:

    Within the first 30 seconds if this video POTUS Trump explains that the media corporations fund the DC establishment. My gut is telling me that the MSM is more than the propaganda arm of the DNC. The media has a greater part in this corruption than we realize.

    Liked by 3 people

    • corkyboyd says:

      Unfortunately there is not a lot that can be done. However, I would like offending media to be classified by name as unindicted co-conspirators by a special investigator panel. That would sting for years.


    • texasmama6 says:

      I remember Limbaugh talking about this last year. He said he has always said that the media was just an arm of the Democrat establishment, but that he now believes it is the reverse. The media moguls are the ones calling the shots, and the DC establishment (from both parties) is the lackey obeying orders. Hard to tell the head from the tail….


  16. fleporeblog says:

    Admiral Mike Rogers is an American HERO! Our President honored him that night in front of the other military brass the way a HERO should be honored. We are lucky enough to know that this one man saved our Republic from total collapse. I hope and pray that all Americans find out one day exactly what he did and why he did it. Men like Admiral Rogers are so rare in society today. Love for his country and our President is what drove him to do whatever it took to defend us all.

    Admiral Rogers, words are not enough to thank you 🙏! I hope to have the chance one day either on this Earth or in Heaven to shake your hand and thank you from the bottom of my heart!

    Liked by 6 people

  17. Paul Killinger says:

    “Good morning, Department of Justice.”
    “Hello, I’d like to speak with the Attorney General.”
    “Um, what did you wish to speak with Mr Sessions about?”
    “I want to ask him what he’s doing to find Mr Strzok’s missing 50,000 text messages.”
    “Well, he can’t come to the phone right now, ma’am.”
    “Why is that?”
    “Right now he’s looking for the key to his office.’


    • ForGodandCountry says:


      Forgive them their ignorance, Lord, just as I ask you the same for my own. And give them the zeal for knowledge and the patience to actually read the detailed and painstaking posts SD has so carefully constructed, especially over the past year, so that they their voices may carry the power of knowledge and reason vs. ignorance in the fight we wage against the enemies of our nation and our Constitution, which you yourself informed and empowered. For your glory, Lord, and for your honor. Amen.

      Liked by 4 people

  18. Charlotte says:

    From Q–re the missing texts:

    What would happen if texts originating from a FBI agent to several [internals] discussed the assassination (possibility) of the POTUS or member of his family?
    What if the texts suggest foreign allies were involved? Forget the Russia set up [1 of 22].
    This is only the beginning.
    Be careful what you wish for.
    Could messages such as those be publicly disclosed?
    What happens to the FBI? What happens to the DOJ?
    What happens to special counsel? What happens in general?
    Every FBI/DOJ prev case could be challenged.
    Think logically. We haven’t started the drops re: human trafficking / sacrifices [yet][worst].
    Those [good] who know cannot sleep.
    Those [good] who know cannot find peace.
    Those [good] who know will not rest until those responsible are held accountable.
    Nobody can possibly imagine the pure evil and corruption out there.
    Those you trust are the most guilty of sin.
    Who are we taught to trust?
    If you are religious, PRAY.
    60% must remain private [at least] – for humanity.
    These people should be hanging.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. wmingpt says:

    MSM is trying to discredit the memo because it was written by Nunes.


  20. deguello13 says:

    I heard Gowdy say on Martha MacCallum this night that one of the last texts Stroz wrote to his squeeze the day after the election was something to the effect “that maybe this was the start of the ‘Secret Society.’”

    This was from new stash of text releases to the committees.


  21. Did you say you did not want the same type of FISA colonoscopy that you did on PDJT? says:

    Oh the irony when Sessions turns on a 702 about query on the missing text messages – if I am not slaughtering the terminology – I am thinking they really won’t be fans of the NSA when they get alinskied by Sessions turning over that particular stone. That would likely bring all of their communication into the light (including personal phone texts and personal emails, etc.) including upstreaming to anyone they communicated with – I am saying Mueller/Comey/Lynch, etc.


  22. Plain Jane says:

    Test. Sorry about doing it in a thread but I don’t knw how else to do it.


  23. According to QAnon, the missing texts show discussion of the assassination of POTUS and / or members of his family: https://twitter.com/jerome_corsi/status/955697593090301952 Get ready to have the world rocked. I think it will be rough, but we need this.


  24. Peter G says:

    FBI is great at asking the questions, but it is an epic fail at answering any.


  25. Rock Eye Jack says:

    Interesting that it is Rod Rosenstein who is no where to be found


  26. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    Fellow American patriots, I trust you are thoroughly enjoying the exposure of bad cops that is now a daily exercise.
    I wonder what justice will look like? The deep staters are not afraid of us, that has to change. Lengthy trials and appeals only excerbate the problem, providing opportunities to slither away or run out the clock.
    I think of examples of more swiftly administered justice. The out of uniform Nazi spies caught in the Carolinas were executed by firing squad a month after they were caught during WW II.
    Mussolini met an appropriate ignoble end, hung by piano wire after the formerly oppressed urinated and spit on him.
    I think he was shot first, then his body was defiled. We used to have public hangings in America.
    The swamp is not afraid of us. That has to be fixed. They serve us, we are not their subjects. The swamp, and swamp supporters, need a personalized appointment with respect after the attempt to frustrate our intention and affirmation in an election. If the members of a “secret society” are exposed, the traitors need to meet very publicly administered sanction.
    I will be interested in thoughts on justice and punishment.


  27. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    all the communication networks of the FBI and DOJ officials are being monitored.

    How soon do we find out they weren’t?


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