Rep. Ron DeSantis: “I don’t believe the FBI”…

Representative Ron DeSantis (R-FL), House Judiciary Committee (Team Goodlatte) member, appears with Lou Dobbs to discuss “missing” FBI texts:


Note:  Keep pounding the drums (it’s fun), but remember, there’s no rush to a Special Counsel because we want the “small group” to testify (to Nunes) first.  Nunes, Goodlatte, Grassley and Horowitz are burying those who are due to be questioned with complex considerations of self-preservation prior to their appearances.

Get them locked-in to a specific point, and keep them off balance.  Allow them to think their communication may or may not be discovered, prior to -and during- testimony.  Then unleash the investigative power of the SC armed with all the previous IG evidence.  It’s solid strategery.

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424 Responses to Rep. Ron DeSantis: “I don’t believe the FBI”…

  1. obamaclaus says:

    This questions may have been asked already, but …

    What happens if/when these people plead the Fifth? Is that an option for them when Congress or anyone else is asking them questions? Or am I misunderstanding the type of interviews/questioning that will take place?

    I only ask because I recall that rotten “human” Lois Lerner pulling the same shitake.

    Liked by 10 people

    • William F Buckley's Ghost says:

      Typically federal employees can be fired for failing to asnwer questions in an internal investigation of wrong doing. FBI agents and DOJ lawyers are not unionized although low level DOJ clerical staff are in the AFGE.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Streak 264 says:

      They get to retire on our dime.

      Liked by 2 people

    • snarkybeach says:

      Lois Lerner knew she wouldn’t suffer for her insubordination and would be able to keep her pension & bennies…

      Liked by 4 people

      • dbobway says:

        If your boss tells you to murder somebody,
        And you complete the order of your boss.
        Do you go to jail? No
        You get a pension with benefits like nothing a soldier will ever see?
        Paid for by the very people you perpetrated the crime on.

        Why I used the word murder.
        When my government tyrannizes my ability to form a perfectly legal way to move my life in the direction I chose within the laws of my country, and gets away with it, even though it is against the laws of our Republic.

        I’m no longer a free man in a free country.

        Liked by 1 person

    • They can be compelled to testify, like anyone else. The 5th Amendment means that such compelled testimony can’t be used against the person testifying, but such testimony can be used against someone else.

      Liked by 4 people

      • rf121 says:

        Huh. This is still America. Everyone can plead the 5th. It is still in the constitution. You cannot be compelled to testify. They could fire you after going through the six month civil service process. But, no, they cannot make you squeal.


        • Deb says:

          They can’t make you testify against yourself or your spouse.

          They can make you testify against others.

          And they can throw you in jail if you refuse.

          Liked by 2 people

        • With all respect, rf121, a witness absolutely can be compelled to testify. It happens every day. The 5th Amendment says that one cannot be required to testify against one’s self; it says nothing about a blanket right to refuse to answer questions in court (and, by extension, Congress). Do you see the difference? So if a witness declines to answer a question on “5th Amendment grounds” (i.e. that he does not wish to incriminate himself), Congress or a court can compel him to answer on condition that he is granted immunity from any prosecution based on his answers. That addresses the 5th Amendment prohibition against required self-incrimination. This is an ancient legal concept and is nothing new.


    • jefcool64 says:

      I remember that. Deepstate knows their fake “hearings” were staged and would never reveal the necessary questions to spot the evidence.

      I don’t think that will be the case this time. This scandal dwarfs the IRS one. People will taken down. The real question is just how many people we can flush out of the rabbit hole. Enough evidence has to be gathered and presented to the point where silence is essentially an admission of guilt.

      Liked by 2 people

      • BobInFL says:

        We may well see some fortune 500 CEOs and/or Silicon Valley types in the rabbit hole as well……a lot of people feed off of the $$s as well as feed off of the intelligence and data.


    • The Admiral says:

      Pleading the 5th is one thing. But their testimony is moot if there’s sufficient evidence and evidentiary integrity that they committed crimes.

      Of course… having smoking gun evidence that’s inadmissible for whatever reason is a non starter. Time will tell.

      It’s an advantage, for sure, that so many of these folks have been left in place this entire time. The odds of them doing stupid things are so much more likely while they were on a “slack leash”.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Lburg says:

        If there is enough evidence to bring charges for committed crimes, why go through the ‘hearing’ charade at all? Wouldn’t the same information be made known at trial – perhaps more so since they would actually be defending their own freedom?


    • Festering Boil says:

      Sure, they will plead the 5th and those mean, tough congessman will come out and say, “sorry folks, we really wanted to do something but you know, you just can’t do anything when someone pleads the 5th so they must be innocent”. Then Gowdy, Sessions, Nunes, Porter, Grassley, Page, Strock, Comey, Priestep, McCabe, Ohr, Schultz, Lerner, Rosenstein, Lynch, Mueller and Hildabeast will all go down to the local watering hole together, or Comet Pizza, and drink and have good laughs together at about how sneaky they were in throwing off the minions.


    • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

      Yes, Lois, did that and is retired with full benefits now and gardening. AG Sessions did respond that conservatives were targeted and dropped the matter with no criminal charges for those who participated within the O Adm.
      With the missing texts, the reputation of the FBI/DOJ is in shreds right now. I can’t believe a small group of agents don’t come forward for the sake of the institution and tell what is going on just out of sheer embarrassment if nothing else.
      For Jeff Sessions to have allow Wray to go to the Congressional Committee without fully exhausting EVERY retrieval method of the texts is unprofessional and embarrassing. I would have included a laundry list of every method used to find the texts. And, for Wray to still be employed after Sessions told him to fire McCabe, which Wray refused, is unimaginable. There will be a hashtag soon for #FireSessions.


    • Never Say Anything says:

      The 5th is a constitutional right. There are no exceptions. In America you cannot be compelled to testify against yourself (right to remain silent). It is an absolute right.

      It might be true that you can be fired or disciplined, but you can’t be prosecuted for it.


  2. Streak 264 says:

    I thought Wray was put in there to clean up the FBI. I guess this is what we get when Trump lets the swamp creatures tell him who to put in place. Just like with Mueller, the swamp creatures picked him too.

    Liked by 2 people

    • moosemalloy says:

      Wray is beginning to look like Chris Christie’s revenge. He was a Bush Dep AG and ran the Enron investigation which was very poorly litigated according to the author of the book License to Lie. Wray’s prosecutors in the Enron pulled many dirty legal tricks led by notorious Andrew Weissman. The Courts threw out quite a few convictions in that case.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Matthew LeBlanc says:

        I didn’t know he was in charge of Enron. Something about the smirk he always has on his face make me not trust him. Knowing he ran that investigation tells me he is a swamp thing.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Festering Boil says:

        Thats all we need to know!! Wray is thus another Obama surrogate and part of the secret society, which includes Mueller and Comey. Bush’s are part of the same cabal that Obama is and about as bright as Obama.


      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        The Enron investigation, as it turns out, was quite the cluster —-.


      • I don’t trust any of these “Republicans” who worked in a Bush administration. They’re likely part of the Jeb 2020 campaign. #NeverJeb


    • Dave says:

      We need a non-swamper as head of the FBI. How about Sheriff David Clarke? He’s got more common sense than any of the current players IMHO.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Never Say Anything says:

      Yep. Trump has no expertise in law enforcement and pretty much just appointed who his underlings suggested.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Joe says:

    “Keep the drums rolling.”

    Am doing.

    Plastering lib sites with the TRUTH.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 7 people

    • Dave says:

      My understanding is that nothing really can be totally missing. Isn’t there the “cloud” from which the info can be retrieved? I’m sure all our texts, tweets, and emails are still out there, and can be produced by the NSA.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

        You are correct. Even with “Snap Chat” there is still the imprint. A third party forensic team needs to be called in w/ an Subject Matter Expert from the carrier–Verizon, ATT, etc., and they will be able to recover the docs. Everybody knows this which then begs the question why put on this PR stunt? Who will gain from further negative press about this crime? Why would the lower level FBI agents not come forward and try to help with this reputation under seize? Rudy Guiliani’s team of forensic folks can find this data quickly.


        • BobInFL says:

          Could be a set-up as SD has implied……they are talking to many of the conspirators during January. The conspirators know what is the the texts… mean the texts are missing? Whew – yeah it was just me and Lisa Lisa discussing our favorite – ahem – positions – if ya know what I mean……and I know ya do am I right roosterhead??? wait what you mean you found them!!!!!?????? Uh Oh…….


  5. Le Borgne says:

    Kübler-Ross Stages of Grief Model

    1. Denial
    2. Anger
    3. Bargaining
    4. Depression
    5. Acceptance

    I posit that, while still fully engaged in stage 1, the MSM, the Black Hats, and the Regressives are slowly beginning to feel the nagging cognitive dissonance associated with stage 2.

    Liked by 6 people

    • My dearest wish is Stage 5 is arrived at asap.

      Liked by 1 person

    • wheatietoo says:

      These people are dysfunctional…they will stay locked in stages 1 and 2.

      They will stay in a permanent stage of angry denial, doing their best to Gaslight us for so long as they live.
      They will write books full of disinformation.
      They will join up with Hollywood and do fake documentaries.

      Brenner, Clapper and Morrell, are already teaming up with Rob Reiner, an avowed communist…to work on ‘something’.

      These people will never admit the truth.
      They have embraced evil for so long they will continue to proclaim that it is ‘good’, and that everything that is good, is evil.

      Liked by 2 people

  6. freddy says:

    I tell you I have had a lot more than just a bad feeling all through Obama period. I knew he was doing evil and marching to a marxist agenda to take down this country expressly to change it into the dreams of his fathers….Like Frank Marshall Davis. He is a devoted islamocommunist… People have told me I’m crazy and I tried not to be nervous. Now here we are …I was right it is all true and my intuition was correct……..Very scary now and the depth and degree is more than I thought………Now is the time for us to charge and over run this enemy. This is our time in history to make changes before full destruction and persecution of those who feel patriotic and love the country….

    Liked by 11 people

  7. IMO says:

    Page and Strzok Referenced ‘Secret Society’ that Met Day After Election

    Secret Society? This is getting weird.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. fleporeblog says:

    Peter Strzok and Lisa Page are truly the gift 🎁 that keeps on giving. Even if they want to Arkanside the two of them, their text messages will live on. 50K texts messages will be their gift to the Executioner as the others face the firing squad. I truly believe when those missing text messages are found, you will see texts that call for the assassination of our President and/or members of his family. Nothing was off limits in their world. They were the saviors of our country in their minds. By all means necessary if that is what it would take.

    Tonight is going to be especially hard on them and all the other treasonous POSs. The mere fact that more and more is coming out and there is nothing any of them can do to stop it is killing them. I truly believe they are being eaten from within their own bodies. Whether out of fear of what is to come or the fact that they are so narcissistic that they can’t cope with losing. They are unable to eat or keep food down. The pills and alcohol are no longer allowing their minds to turn-off. They are being deprived of sleep because of the thoughts that continue to race in their minds.

    The question is how long before they give in to that gun sitting on their nightstand. At some point wanting to escape their hell on Earth will allow the gun to win. The gun knows it and they know it. It is just a matter of time!

    Liked by 4 people

  9. TexasRanger says:

    Obama Gate



    Liked by 2 people

  10. George says:

    The next thing we find out will be that Rosenstein gave immunity to all of the persons involved in the anti-Trump conspiracy and that the DOJ feels that no case could be made by any prosecutor.


  11. JoD says:

    Ignore if this is a repeat…
    Per Axios (reliability?), Sessions and Trump were pressuring Director Wray to remove McCabe.
    Wray said that he would RESIGN if they forced him to remove McCabe.
    Please translate.


  12. phoenixRising says:

    Liked by 4 people

    • phoenixRising says:

      click on tweet for thread


    • RAC says:

      Yes find the guy whose job it was to ensure the phones worked correctly. Sit him down in one of those ( illegal to lie ) FBI chats along with a top grade technician who will see through any mumbo jumbo technical smoke and find out what the hell happened.
      How many answers can there be ?

      1/ I’m incompetent , I screwed up………Fired along with you boss and the HR staff who hired you.

      2/ I’m a commie I did it for the cause………. Mind your fingers ( sound of cell door slamming )

      3/ They told me to do it ……… Now we’re getting somewhere.


  13. phoenixRising says:

    Liked by 4 people

    • cali says:

      Yep ^^^^^^^^^^^^! These texts are not missing. Nothing ever really gets all deleted.
      After this post the black hats chattered among themselves how to destroy Q’s posting.
      Many of our patriotic FBI agents in lower ranks did not like what they saw and the cover-up but were all gagged and had to sign non-disclosure agreements.
      You must understand that Hillary’s server not only was used for pay-to-play but she also had top secret SAP which were literally sold to our enemies.
      Imagine Huma and Hillary selling out national security access codes to the enemy!?


  14. Bitcoin & Stock Market Timing says:

    FBI loses more face, the FBI has 1,000 layers of back-up. They are stupid.


  15. distracted2 says:

    It appears Strzok has hired a high-powered lawyer, who was also Harvey Weinstein’s lawyer.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Brett says:

    Until a true patriot uprising that goes to D.C. And storms the castle of evil happens there will not be justice. Time for talk left the building when crimes of treason were made common knowledge. Where is the outrage that this once great nation was founded on. There will not be justice until justice is forced upon the evil.


  17. Rip Tide says:

    Thank you again SD and team for your tireless pursuit of truth and justice. It is a treasure for all of us who read, study and participate! Blessings to all Treepers👊👍


  18. mashall says:


    Do you find yourself blaming the victims in Texas?
    Is it possible you’ve been mislead?


  19. mashall says:

    William S. Sessions
    Louis Freeh


  20. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    In an interview with WISN-Milwaukee radio host Jay Weber, Johnson read aloud a May 19, 2017 text that Strzok sent to Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer and his mistress. Strzok wrote: “You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern that there’s no big there there.”

    Convenient cover, two days from the deleted emails? Strzok defense, “I didn’t even think Trump was guilty of anything.”


  21. Paco Loco says:

    The statute of limitations will run out before these scoundrels are ever indicted. The swamp is taking care of its own. Clinton and Obama are laughing their collective Communist asses off watching the obfuscation, delay and slithering by the congressional politicians and lifer beaurcrats in DoJ and the FBI.

    I would love to see these bastards all hang in front of the Capitol building but my expectation of justice for the people is waning.

    Mueller’s drawn out Investigation with only four charged for process crimes is proof that it’s a cover-up and a side show to cover for the treason and sedition carried out by Obama, his staff, the IC agencies, the DoJ and the FBI. I’m heart sick that the US has become nothing more than a banana republic and that the elite are above the law and go unpunished for their crimes.


  22. flawesttexas says:

    Note that this is a Congressional Hearing….not a trial or court hearing

    Pleading the 5th in a Congr. Hearing is a de facto Admission of Guilt

    A 5th plea kills everything for Dems


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