FBI “Small Group” Key Figure, James Rybicki, Quits – Here Comes The Lois Lerner Maneuver…

James Rybicki [Hi, Jim] was former FBI Director James Comey’s chief-of-staff and retained that position under current FBI Director Christopher Wray (more on that later).

Rybicki was the key figure in circulating and coordinating the “Clinton Exoneration Statement” read by Director Comey.  For Clinton endeavor Rybicki was the hub collecting and dispatching communication as the ‘talking points’ were constructed, edited, refined and ultimately finalized.

Additionally, Rybicki was the communication hub surrounding the Clinton-Lynch ‘Tarmac Meeting’ discussion points that led to public statements therein by the FBI and ultimately Loretta Lynch’s public statements about distancing herself from the investigation.

Also, James Rybicki was listed as one of the key witnesses requested by Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes as outlined in the letter of agreement between Nunes and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.   James Rybicki was/is being questioned by Nunes et al.

So today, James Rybicki quits.

WASHINGTON DC – FBI Director Chris Wray announced Tuesday that his chief of staff, James Rybicki, is leaving the bureau.

Rybicki, who served in the same position under former FBI Director James Comey, had come under scrutiny from Republicans in recent months about his role in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

Federal law enforcement sources told Fox News that Rybicki was not fired. His departure, they said, has “been in the works for awhile.”

“Jim Rybicki notified me last month that he will be leaving the FBI to accept an opportunity in the corporate sector,” Wray said in a statement. “While this is an exciting move for the whole Rybicki family, Jim will be dearly missed by the FBI family – and by me personally.”

Wray added: “His many years of dedication to the bureau and DOJ, his level-headed judgement and earnest professionalism, and his steady good cheer have been an asset to us all and have contributed greatly to the safety and security of our nation.”

The FBI director said he tapped attorney Zachary Harmon to replace Rybicki.  (read more)

Some people are needlessly defrosted over the way Christopher Wray presented the exit of Rybicki, looking to cast aspersions against Director Wray for not kicking Rybicki in the teeth now, or prior.  Don’t buy into that nonsense. THINK.

Think strategically.

Chris Wray is an expert in prosecuting ‘white collar’ crime.  He is a ‘Machiavelli Tracker‘, a pro wolf hunter.  A very smart man.  Hence, his nomination and his role.

Director Chris Wray knows the key to capturing the fish is to keep them within the distance of the casting net.  Keeping the “small group” participants within government, yet under full control, is a part of the strategy.  [ See James Baker for example ]

Each of the co-conspirators is much easier to handle, control, monitor etc. if they are within ‘the system’.  It is much harder to plead the fifth when you are required by your official duty to be accountable to government investigation(s).

Director Wray knows it’s easier to monitor the entire network if the actors within the network are retained within the organization while the investigation continues to gather evidence against them.

Do not assign illicit motives to Director Wray or buy into media narratives that are intended to create confusion and chaos amid the team of White Hats.  Remember, corporate media have a vested interest in hiding the overall scheme; they helped to create it….

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709 Responses to FBI “Small Group” Key Figure, James Rybicki, Quits – Here Comes The Lois Lerner Maneuver…

  1. You know what would be great if the Patriot Guard Riders lined the area to congress’s halls where all of these fools went to testify, take the fifth whatever they are going to do. There with their leather jackets, vests showing their combat veterans’ patches, even if they weren’t Vets there as American Patriots, eachmholding an American flag, just good solid Patriot Americans🇺🇸

    And then military people in their uniforms and forcing these cowards, traitors, seditionists, oh how I want to say the b word!!!! To walk the gauntlet, to look at what it is to be an American and how they let this country these true Patriots down…. let’s just see if we can make some of these bozos cry …sorry just thinking out loud
    🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸💖💖💖🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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    • Nonniemae says:

      Like

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      I think when Eastwood directs the movie later he should take a little artistic license and add that scene, it is just too good to pass up.

      Liked by 9 people

    • zaq123 says:

      I’ll do you one better ….
      The Patriot Riders roll into DC, and form a perimeter around the Capitol Building. The, Tip of the Spear, for a 1-2 million, Armed – Oath Keepers, III%’ers, Veterans and Patriotic Amercians, as they march on DC, while Congress is in full session. The perimeter, set up, is to keep people in, not out.

      And let an armed delegation enter the hallowed halls of Congress, the PEOPLE’s – HALLOWED HALLS, while those morons are wasting taxpayer money and demand answers.

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    • Dale says:

      I’m in. Let’s do it.

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    • SSI01 says:

      All it should take is a trip by Arlington National Cemetery – I don’t care how they set it up, or make it happen – but make damned sure every one of them sees that sea of grave markers, acres and acres and acres of them. THEN take them to testify. Have the questioner remind them there are unseen witnesses in this room, too many to physically accommodate but there nonetheless, you just visited their last earthly resting place but I assure you they are watching, and are the beings you will have to answer to for your actions or lack thereof.

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    • Shulamite says:

      You are assuming that these people have a live conscience i.e. the ability to feel shame & remorse but if they did, they would have ‘beaten their chests’ in repentance & resigned honorably when this whole mess started to unravel but their continued strutting about freely only shows that, like the apostle paul said, ‘their conscience has been seared as with a hot rod’

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      • Carrie2 says:

        Shulamite, I agree but they are humans (more or less) and will fill the fear and danger on seeing we, the people, there to see them leave any building or hearing. Remember this is the Republic of America by, for and in the People as Government and time to require rectification by hanging all traitors and this is what will have them wearing depends!

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  2. Pam says:

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  3. Brenda Purington says:

    Is this what Wray is doing with Mcabe too?
    I Wondered why he would threaten to resign due to pressure from Sessions wanting him to fire Mcabe.

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    • jrparz says:

      Fake news – Director Wray has not threatened to resign – fake, fake news and remember, the MSM elites are Globalist black hats wanting to divide us – so says Q and it’ll behoove us Patriots to believe in Q – for he is the real deal.

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      • jrparz says:

        Although I must point out that Q didn’t give names… not yet. He did say they (the black hats) were trying to divide us (the white hats,) so when I heard do a fake news story you read at Invanka was headhunting for a replacement for General Kelly and Director Fey was threatening to resign over firing McCable – I put two and two together. Q will be identifying very soon… very, very soon.

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      • T.L.T. says:

        “Q” is the replacement dipshittery for #pizzagate. These are either 4chan type weirdosavants or a govt intell agency.

        It’s bullshit. As soon as I saw him call Mueller a white hat I knew he was just throwing darts to see who grunted.

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      • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

        I’m totally addicted to Q’s cryptic posts!

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    • Patsy says:

      Totally agree to keep your enemies close while you watch every move they make. Don’t think for a moment that they have access to their passports. They were pulled months ago. They all know they are trapped.

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  4. Eaglemom says:

    Did anyone catch Ron Johnson’s interview with Brett Baier of Fox News a few minutes ago? Johnson said they have an informant from the FBI who is telling them that there was a “small group” who were having off site meetings ….hmmmmm. What else is the informant telling them?

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    • Will says:

      Ace actually has this top of page (but no flaming skull)

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      • cheekymeeky says:

        I love the commenters over there.

        23. CNN is reporting Russian Bots have infiltrated Senator Johnson’s brain and are now in control.
        Posted by: Dr Spank at January 23, 2018 06:40 PM (4e+hS)

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        • DeWalt says:

          Everyday I picture all the Russians sitting in groups ,huddled inside during the cold Russian winter, at homes and even the Kremlin watching this like a sitcom. I bet Putin and most Russians are having the time of their lives.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Their theoreticians have to be going nuts. To think they got this much play out of stuff they released half a century ago – they have to be in awe. But I think they’re a bit worried, too. A lot of unexpected stuff has to be gripping them as well.

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            • DeWalt says:

              Can’t remember who it was, a reporter was asking Putin a question about collusion and interfering in our elections. He just shook his head and started laughing as he walked away. Didn’t even answer the reporters questions.

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                America hasn’t even confronted Obama’s interfering in other countries’ elections. Our Fake News selectively reports historical foreign interference by the US in such a lopsided manner, it’s not even ghastly – just mind-boggling. We just exited one century of nations interfering with each other in such a massive way, that one can’t even BEGIN the calculations of interference without Trump-level knowledge and wisdom.

                I’m sure that Putin views a lot of people as useful idiots, but our Fake News Media is not even useful.

                Short version – Putin is Russia First, and attempts to influence everything China does too, and did so on a scale that DWARFS what the Soviets did, propelling the treasonous Clintons into OUR White House. They still have not paid dearly, as they should, for those crimes.

                To talk about Trump doing anything in terms of collusion is so utterly SICK that those are the moments I frankly would not mind seeing all these communists in soccer stadiums, against my better judgment.

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          • G. Combs says:

            Sort of like this?

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    • rf121 says:

      I am sure this was panned when written in Dec 2017. But you never know with everything coming out now.

      View story at Medium.com

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    • Convert says:

      And the idiot said that on TV? Gee, hope this informant has life insurance….

      Liked by 2 people

  5. jnearen says:

    Has there been an actual vote by the House intelligence committee to declassify the memo so that it can be released? I don’t think so, but could have missed it in all the noise.

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  6. NJF says:

    Dobbs just said mueller also interviewed Comey? When did that happen???

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      At “Off The Record”, a bar in DC over cocktails. Comey was buying.

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    • mimbler says:

      He interviewed Comey right about the time the SC was named. It was wildly inappropriate at that time,

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        LOL! Mueller buried himself at the beginning of the probe. This is turning into a horrible comedy.

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        • mimbler says:

          Someone on Lou Dobbs today was saying this mess wouldn’t make it as a movie script because it is too far out there!
          But it is unfolding at an increasing rate.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            LOL! I can hear some script-reader now.

            “NO WAY – THIS IS BS! Who’s going to believe this garbage? The head of FBI leaking? And what’s this FISA stuff? We don’t have secret courts – that’s bullxxxx. And why would the NEWS, of all people, turn on one of the most popular cultural icons in People Magazine – a successful businessman who opposed the Iraq war – just because he wanted to be President? I don’t get it. That sounds crazy. Sorry – I’m done with this one – I’m not signing off on it – no WAY.”

            Now just think how successful PROPAGANDA actually is, to change the perception of half of America, and only failing on the rest of us because we could run to the internet. SCARY!

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  7. Ziiggii says:

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  8. Oldskool says:

    Lois Lerner maneuver for sure, and it worked for her as it will for him. Wray is one of the cabal, as proved by his affiliation with Mueller and Comey back in the day when he offered to resign if they did years ago. Now it’s reported he threatened to resign after Sessions told him to get rid of McCabe. Documents not turned over under his watch, general diversion and distraction and that clown is supposed to be a white hat? Of course he will be exonerated when DOJ defacto Director Rosentein appoints Eric Holder as the SC. Geez

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  9. I don’t want to lose hope that all this won’t be in vain. It feels like there are so many of them and fewer of us. I hope you are correct.

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  10. Ziiggii says:

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  11. JAS says:

    This is not just a break in and some tapes, i.e. Nixon. This is way, way bigger. Lots more players, most of them still in office. It is going to take some time. Maybe longer than we want but patience is the key. “The wheels of justice grind slowly, but…….”

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Exactly. Don’t rush it. Note that the latest wave of trolls and push-bots (people whose feeds are poisoned to push them in calculated ways – thus “I’m not a troll”) are of the “action NOW” variety.

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      • I am of the “action now” variety. I am concerned that necessary evidence is being “disappeared” as a result of the glacial pace. I just want the evidence obtained and preserved … after that, take as much time as necessary.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          If I can encourage you, think it possible that they’ve got almost all the evidence they need already, and that it was gotten long ago, when we never knew they had gotten it. More and more, I see evidence that this is the case. We would thus be in the “take as much time” phase.

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    • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

      What they’ve been doing is far, far bigger. It threatens the very fabric of democracy and our Republic.

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  12. Ziiggii says:

    I said earlier today to be watching for an interesting comment from the WH………..

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  13. conservalicious says:

    Comey has pulled a slick move. Didn’t he admit to giving those classified memos to his friend under oath?

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    • conservalicious says:

      I’m sure this was to claim Attny/Client priveledge. The is so much corruption in our agency’s.

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    • MM says:

      That dog won’t Hunt………..

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      • JohnP says:

        Attorney Client privilege CANNOT be used to provide a cover up.

        The crime-fraud exception applies if:
        the client was in the process of committing or intended to commit a crime or fraudulent act, and the client communicated with the lawyer with intent to further the crime or fraud, or to cover it up.

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    • jimsung says:

      There’s no attorney/client privilege if the attorney is complicit in the crime. The attorney releasing a classified memo makes the attorney complicit in the crime. It’s against the law. If, however, Comey had released the memo, and the attorney was just representing him, there’d be no problem. Remember, Mueller broke the client/attorney privilege of Manafort and his attorney due to this issue.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        jimsung, and this means disbarred for any attorney caught as a criminal and especially in a federal debacle. Comey thinks he is playing a winning hand but has to learn to know when to hold them or fold them, and obviously he is not that intelligent but a great Clinton long time friend and protector who is now meeting his fate face on! Karma is great and truth will always out.

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  14. Mike says:

    (according to DC Pipeline)

    Good news- Comey now claiming his “friend” and leak assister Columbia Law Prof Daniel Richman is representing him. This is so that attorney client privilege will prevent Richman from being questioned about what Comey told him. IT ALSO MEANS COMEY KNOWS HE’S IN TROUBLE.

    Good news- Strzok has retained star democrat lawyer David Boies. This means Strzok knows he is in DEEP DEEP TROUBLE.

    Observation- No way Strzok can afford Boies.

    Bad news- Boies donated $1 million to Obama campaign. Boies firm was hired by HRC campaign. Most likely he is being paid by Clinton Inc, or is defending Strzok pro bono. That means Boies main priority will be to protect the Clintons, the Obamas, and the democrats. Boies will not let Strzok be a cooperating witness for the government if it threatens HRC, BHO, or DNC. Even if it is in Stzok’s best interest to do so.

    STRZOK IS A FOOL TO BE REPRESENTED BY THESE PEOPLE. They will let him take the fall. Just like when Lois Lerner tried to blame two renegade IRS agents, watch Strzok and Page will be the two “overzealous” FBI agents.

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  15. Buckeye Ken says:

    There is always the Pentangeli option.

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  16. Aubergine says:

    I have been reading all the comments on here for the past few days, and I just have to speak up.

    Whether you believe he is “real” or not, Q has absolutely got one thing right. “They” will try to divide us to conquer us. And from the snark in some of the comments here lately, I worry they are chipping away at our unity. Everyone is tense, frustrated, and I am, at least sometimes, down-right scared of what is coming.

    I worry that the average low-info voter just doesn’t have the attention span to get up to speed on the peril we avoided when our blessed PDJT was elected. If we do manage to get some of them to check in here, we don’t want to scare them off by being mean. That is a liberal tactic, being mean.

    Each of us obviously has our opinion. They will be different, but we HAVE TO stick together. Those of us who are not trolls can certainly agree on one thing, at least; our country is at stake in this war with the Deep State. So whatever our individual opinion of the latest revelation, let’s be kind to each other. Be kind even if you disagree. It is possible to be nice while you completely refute what someone else has written.

    I haven’t been here a long time, but I have learned almost as much from the comments after Sundance’s brilliant posts as I have from the posts! You guys are awesome!

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    • WSB says:

      Aubergine, those are mostly paid trolls. The regular posters here have a pretty good idea of the patterns. Keep the faith.

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    • Alison says:

      Be kind?

      Get real. War is not kind.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        It’s *extremely* tough to discern the people who come in with opposing agenda and the “push-bots” who come here in legitimate fear, stoked by the #FakeNews disinformation. Even then, knowing when to offer sympathy and when to offer tough love to a legit noob is not an easy call.

        Sundance punted that one person right out the door – Patton-style – and I think it was the right thing to do. This is war, and sometimes, people aren’t fit to fight. They can step back from the front lines, with no “please” about it. But beyond that, I try to be kind for one post when in doubt. After that – time to get tough.

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      • amwick says:

        Be kind,, it is in the posting guidelines. I think that is crucial myself.

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    • Rodney Weed says:

      I agree 100%.

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    • Convert says:

      Well said and dead on!

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    • Orygun says:

      There has been a lot of new posters in the last 2 – 3 weeks and some of them are trolls and some of them have just found the treehouse due to the recent notoriety that Sundance has been getting. Most people are very polite but we all have our off days.

      We are not split about the threat to our country…ever!

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      • I have sent my wife but she probably hasn’t posted a comment yet. Use your brain, your heart and your focus to discern the proper response to each one (or even if silence might be preferable).

        I do the best I can, but imperfection dogs me.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Aubergine, I don’t believe Trump supporters can really be divided when it comes to supporting him and MAGA. It is unfortunate that some cannot tolerate dissent or differing opinions without lashing out, but it is human nature I guess and not exclusive to the left. Hang tough, we all have the same goal.

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    • holymercenary says:

      Why would anyone be scared?

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  17. RAC says:

    It is what it is, if he wants to leave what’s anyone to do, handcuff him to his desk. If he’s a bad guy he’ll get woven into the story by what the others say when they’re called to account, and some one baling out will make the rest of them think about their imediate future.

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  18. Alison says:

    Yeah! What WSB said more nicely than me!!

    Some days we’re inundated with BS. You just can’t nicely let it slide every time.

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    • amwick says:

      Isn’t that up to the mods or SD himself?

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      • Maquis says:

        No. We are grown ups here, blessed by our CTH studies and our associations with each other due to Sundance’s amazing Herculean task of creating all that we here enjoy. We have the right, and the obligation, to address error, to calm the anxious, to extinguish hair-fires, to chastise when necessary, and to put down infiltrators’ provocations.

        I’m damn glad to be here, and proud of the manner in which true Treepers conduct themselves and address the mendacious and malicious. Even as I watch new posters join in and the mix of names change, the nature of the people that come here continues to amaze me with their decent virtues and unabashed righteousness.

        If CTH were to be judged solely on the character of its faithful, Sundance would have much to crow about.

        I trust Treepers to recognize when an intervention is needful, and, from my observations of the many times we have found ourselves called to chastise without incurring any ire, I strongly suspect Sundance and Ad Rem trust us too.

        GBPDJT
        🇺🇸

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        • amwick says:

          You know as well as I do there is a fine line between addressing errors and belittling and insulting people. Someone gave me an “intervention”, I guess they felt like it was their business to be the posting police. It was not nice. All I was suggesting is that commenters follow the guidelines. They are clear, anyone can read them any time. Other than that, I think we are on the same page…

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  19. Kay Cedilla says:

    For the first time in my life the question about corruption isn’t; “how high up does it go; but how far down”? The fish stinks from the head down. Burn it down and rebuild.

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  20. amwick says:

    First I was upset and confused, more than normal. Feel better now. Thanks everyone.

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  21. Mickey Wasp says:

    My lovely just ask me how Peter Strorz got caught …
    I told her that he hung his rope in the wrong well.

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  22. Convert says:

    People hollering ‘fire everybody’ must not watch crime shows. Look, hating Trump and running your mouth aren’t crimes. Falsifying or destroying evidence, yes. Leaking classified info, yes. There was no basis to catch and prosecute these bad guys without leaving them in place. Comey had to go because Trump knew he was a dangerous, borderline psychotic true believer, plus with out him there to provide cover, the cabal would start doing things like delete messages. The most amazing sting in history continues on schedule….

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  23. T.L.T. says:

    Thank you for all your hard work, it’s appreciated.

    Look, either Sessions was baiting a trap when he said Rosenstein could investigate himself, or he was caving to Deep State Persuasion.

    Ditto with Wray actions/ words.

    We’ll be finding out what both are made of in the next few months. I assume a number of people are going to go to prison.

    I don’t want to hear about “reassigning” or “resigning”, I want to hear about punishment bad enough to make traitors like this think real hard before they pull this again.

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  24. Richard Wicks says:

    When are there going to be prosecutions? Ever?

    Look, everybody can see how dirty the FBI is. Most of the intelligence agencies are corrupt. Who do they think they are fooling anyhow at this point?

    Tired of this pretend “we’re really serious about enforcing the law” BS – when it’s the criminals running the intelligence and law enforcement agencies. We do not have a legitimate government at this point.

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  25. Stick says:

    Sundance, I hope your right about Wray, but don’t trust him at all. He’s a Muller at best remember, he had Democrats vote for his confirmation. I really think he was just the best trump could do. Y’all are out thinking yourselves times 2 here. If keeping your enemies closer than your friends works so good how come the Democrats never do that. I don’t recall the oboma or Clinton admin keeping their enemies close. In fact , Clinton Vince fostered a lot of his. Both of those admin. were highly successful in accomplishing what they set out to do. The longer this drags out the more it gets swept under the rug. Wray and Rosenstein r trying to figure a way to protect their buddies. Both of those guys are absolute dirt bags.

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  26. bear bait says:

    Out here in The West, we have had the FBI and various IG armed “process servers” (Patriot Act allowed any Federal agency with an Inspector General to allow the IG to form internal armed forces to protect each agency and serve warrants) found to be withholding evidence, lying, and as a result, some people took a plea bargain and went to jail, and the ones who fought for their innocence have been found not guilty. Why? Because the FBI lied. In Eastern Oregon, when Lavoie Finicum was shot in the ambush, at least two FBI agents lied about shooting at the Finicum pickup. Picked up their brass. The Deschutes county sheriff discovered the FBI lie and attempted cover up. A trial is soon coming for indicted FBI agents.

    In Nevada, as in Oregon, withheld evidence favorable to the defense was shown to be withheld by the US Attorney for Nevada, and Federal law enforcement. The judge had to throw the case out, and cannot be retried. Lying FBI is rampant, and we know that out here. It is, to American citizens, a rogue agency. Not to be trusted. And then cover up their transgressions, and life goes on. My guess is this Trump-Russian deal is really a Clinton-FBI-Russian deal that went awry, and the FBI and fake news press footmen for the Feds tried to deflect and obfuscate the Clinton deal by blaming Trump, with the full assistance of the Democrats in both bodies of the Congress. The fix was in, and now it is CYA to the third power.

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  27. iwitness02 says:

    As the various investigations grow larger in scope, I am beginning to hope that the ATF gets caught up in the investigative net. All our fed. law enforcement agencies are so corrupt, that I believe there are many skeletons in the ATF closet that need sunlight. They are full of willy nilly interpretations on gun laws. A bunch of political hacks in my opinion. Just Us/justice. Screw the people, we are the masters. At least that is the impression I get from them. Not unlike the IRS in their attitude. Or the fbi or the doj and a lot of leo in general. Police state, much.

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  28. oldarmyblog says:

    When the smoke finally clears, no one will be charged, tried or jailed. Congress is not the judiciary and cannot try of jail anyone. DOJ isn’t going to indict themselves or anyone else associated this this sordid mess. These people are all traitors and deserve the gallows. I am not holding my breath that justice will be done in even a small way. Once the Democrats regain control of the senate in the up coming mid terms, all these scandals will be swept under the rug. The only way to prevent this from happening is for conservatives turn out in droves on election day. You can bet that all the anti-Trump forces will along with millions of illegals and most cemeteries. If the progressive/communists get back in power in any way at this critical time you can kiss this country goodbye.

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  29. old farta says:

    Journalism has deteriorated to the point where the comments are more interesting.

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