Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte Discusses Justice Department Issues…

Cleaning up the corruption in the entire Justice Department is the legacy objective of House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte who will not be running for reelection.

Chairman Goodlatte appeared on No-Points-Allowed tonight for an interview with Laura Interruptus.  Mrs. Hannity did another exceptional job using Words-In-Edgewise to chase all the pesky points away from the interview.

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147 Responses to Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte Discusses Justice Department Issues…

  1. Ziiggii says:

    Hey Laura – STFU already!

    Liked by 17 people

    • Patrick Blasz says:

      Laura did a good job on that interview. I didn’t hear her interrupting Mr. Goodlatte.

      Liked by 8 people

      • I wish I could agree, but anyone who lessens the brutal treasonous behavior of these insidious anti-American scum that did what has been done by calling it a “scandal” doesn’t appear to be all that serious about it. Perhaps because their paychecks are written by never trump scum…

        Plus, we aren’t at that critical point of being far enough removed from those who rigged the system being involved in “fixing the system” per se. I won’t mind those who decide to deride my comment, but I will most obviously disagree with any retorts.

        There is a lot of b!tching and moaning about the speed at which things are moving, but if you trusted The President so far, might want to do so now… he’s the one who was bold enough to make the original statement about the rigged system and those who rigged it.

        I bet he wants to see every rino wrapped in all the UniParty evil in the district of criminals “introduced” as they truly are to the “lowfo rino cucks” out there as much if not more than I and many others here do! Juan Diablo McCommunityOrganizer (read middle east) is far from alone in this category. I bet Juan still hates me, having called him on his “service” to the nation in person, which lead to 7 minutes of my being berated and lied to, though he knew that I knew… ain’t no doubt about it.

        “Hi Lindthey!”

        Liked by 5 people

        • MaineCoon says:

          Wow. I commend you for calling out Juan publicly for his “service” to the nation and even standing by for the incoming 7 minute insulting, berating comments. Frankly, today, knowing what I now know after my Sundance University education, I would have lamblasted him at around the 2 minute mark. Undoubtedly, security would have escorted me out. Glad to know he knew you knew. Juan can now disappear and think his condition is going to bring forth pity and forgetting what he had done. It won’t That final “no” vote and laughing, mocking POTUS with Shutdown Schoomer left an indelible mark in many minds, including mine. Appreciate your comment.

          Liked by 3 people

        • Patrick Blasz says:

          I was only commenting On Laura Interruptus for this particular interview. She has in past been true to her name but not this time. As for your comment on this being labelled a scandal, understand that there are few people as far along on this story as we are. I’m just pleased that media is beginning to talk about the story. If they refer to it as a scandal, that will do for now.

          Liked by 1 person

          • I commend you for not taking the bait when the response was personal, but gave an answer of substance, totally tied to the topic.

            thank you for making the thread not spiral downward into the sort of delinquent mentality seen at so many comment boards.

            Liked by 2 people

            • I have to cry ‘foul’ on myself as ‘I’ clearly misread the tone of the responses. My apologies. I know already that we have a high level of courtesy and substance here. Please accept my apologies all around. I think I came here too quickly after having been at some far less civil and coherent sites.

              AGain, my apologies all around.

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        • marcyo13 says:

          The people in the media are always positioning themselves, spinning, pandering, manipulating their ‘stories’, sometimes they have to to keep their jobs, sometimes I think they are so out of touch they just don’t get it. Laura is kind of arrogant IMHO, but she is more or less on our side so I tolerate and sometimes even enjoy her.


      • tdaly14 says:

        I agree, she didn’t interrupt Bob at all. The Mueller investigation should end, but other than that, it was fine. We need as many people on our side as we can get. Come on guys enough with the petty crap.

        Liked by 6 people

      • I didn’t think she interrupted that much either..it was better than most of her interviews.


    • thinkthinkthink says:

      God bless Laura Ingrahm!

      Liked by 4 people

      • sat0422 says:

        I think that Laura thought she could do an hour on Fox like she does radio and it hasn’t worked well. She needs a better research crew and needs more time to read and digest the information. Coming back with reactions from her radio audience isn’t a good strategy. Shannon Bream is doing a great job following Laura.

        Liked by 3 people

  2. fleporeblog says:

    Liked by 22 people

  3. trialbytruth says:

    That is it to many posts Sundance. It is like to much winning/s

    Liked by 3 people

    • calbear84 says:

      Great segment. Man this is going to be huge.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Wend says:

      There’s the Man (Joe Di).

      Liked by 5 people

    • Patrick Blasz says:

      Joe is knocking it out of the park. Batting average is like 500, if that’s even possible.

      Liked by 2 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      “FIB & senior DoJ officials conspired to violate the law and to deny Donald Trump his civil rights…frame DT with a false crime b/c they didn’t think he should become president….those texts were either purposely distroyed..Period..They were purposely destroyed. They exit somewhere….NSA..Verizon…ATT…AG needs to appt SC. If not DoJ Criminal Div. needs to immediately empanel grand jury…abysmal performance by Wray in how to perform during a crisis…Comey..America’s most dirty cop.”

      As short as this clip is, somethings just need to be in print.






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    • Mike says:

      The Grand Jury needs to be made up of jurors who are not from DC or NY. 90% of the DC jury pool hates Trump. 40% probably believe the FBI corruption was justified to stop Trump. Think about it. Do you think a jury of Jim Acostas would indict Stzrok, and Page? More likely they would give them a metal. How many of the potential jurors are related to other deep state actors, or are paid by the swamp.

      Liked by 2 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      “Donald Trump was set up. This was a sting operation…”

      Thank you, Dan Bongino. This can’t be said enough.

      Liked by 20 people

      • WhistlingPast says:

        Sting operation is the wrong term, Dan. Sting Op targets are bad guys.

        Liked by 4 people

      • True…

        But meanwhile, maybe only to some of us who have been watching, researching, and knowing what’s wrong since damned traitor ghw bush announced the evil of “nwo” being here to stay, and to be successful the narrative that’s been pushed, shifting as it does is intentional, ridiculous, and obviously hoped to serve a purpose.

        It’s more push to label a select group of low level expendables as the main culprits, while leaving in place the true ring leaders and psychopathic globalist favorites. It’s like we are supposed to see this narrow and shallow tiny tributary of Atbarra when what is really there is the Nile river, deep as h3ll in places, wider than anyone would dare to swim from side to side, and dangerous to all who dare navigate it.

        And we are supposed to believe there are no Nile Crocodiles in the swamp, and that all of the republicrats are amazing patriots.

        “Secret society”… reverse conspiracy theorist psychology. Sadly, Mrs. Hannity and her TV husband Mr. Vannity will play right along and the rino cucks that get all their “info” from fox news and rush limbaugh will eat it up, settle for the ok to relax, “we got ’em” and life will continue as before…

        Ah… but we have a Trump card. Can’t imagine he would allow this narrative to live a full life.

        Ok, /rant… time for staring at the backs of my eyelids again. 😉

        Liked by 5 people

        • Shark24 says:

          As a hard core Reagan conservative, I too was aghast at ghw bush’s NWO speech. I’ll even go back further to Eisenhower’s “Military-Industrial” speech where he warned about the potential for the destruction of our Republic. Just going to support President Trump and all the deplorables out there as this drama unfolds.

          Liked by 5 people

        • wheatietoo says:

          Seeing the big picture is good, THC…but it can also be a curse.

          Some people say they are ‘woke’ when they have only seen a portion of the bigger picture.
          Can you imagine the mass insomnia that might occur, if more people were wrapping their heads around the whole thing?

          We probably need to pass out helmets before that occurs.

          Liked by 2 people

          • hellinahandbasket says:

            Until we can comfortably name the force/entity guiding and orchestrating this “big picture”, without fear of retaliation for this criticism, without fear of labels, without fear of public shaming, we will NEVER come to grips with “the big picture”.
            So, with that said, unless you know exactly what/who I speak of (but are afraid to speak openly), most have no idea what the big picture is all about. I’ve been spanked and shamed publicly by this very website for “criticizing” and factually pointing-out the who/what in control, so I no longer speak of it here. Even though Sundance and everyone here is perceived to be “woke” … they aren’t woke – not by a long shot. Or they’re just timid to speak about it here, as I would assume many are – including me. Considering all of that, we will NEVER get to the root-cause of this destructive force, therefore, NEVER pulling away from it, or fully recovering from it.
            If you want to know who rules over you … figure-out who you may never criticize.


    • ARW says:

      Rosnstein extended the FISA warrant….


    • Tonawanda says:

      Wonder where Bongino got his otherwise obscure and uncovered point about the significance of Carlin?

      Maybe Bongino has been consulting Rush about the small details of the vast story?

      Where else could he have gotten it?


    • MaineCoon says:

      Jordan: “Investigation that goes to IMPEACHMENT (in text)…goes to MOTIVE of their entire plan…”. .Jordan is hoping we get the memo next week, a vote next week..he believes there will be more memos..

      Bongino: believes text messagaes aren’t lost, it is a canary trap to catch leakers


  4. Bill says:

    Who’s Lying: FBI Says 5 Months Of Texts “Lost,” Yet IG Horowitz Says His Office Received Them In August

    Liked by 2 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      so – if they are missing in one place are they missing everywhere?

      I don’t think so!

      What an insult to the intelligence of great numbers of American citizens

      Liked by 1 person

      • dagnyshrug says:

        I believe those who destroyed the evidence (the 5 months of texts) made sure to destroy all the evidence, meaning every possible duplicate. Surely they were smart enough to know the texts existed on other systems. I believe Horowitz said the phones weren’t even connected to the regular monitoring system during the months in question–so he may not have had those to begin with. The corruption across all agencies makes it seem unlikely they will be extracted from the NSA, which would have had them, but likely has also permanently misplaced them.

        I fear there may even have been thinly veiled discussions of a plot to assassinate the President in those texts, which is why we will never, ever see them.

        Liked by 3 people

        • scott467 says:

          There is zero chance — Z E R O — that the only existing copy of the texts was in the hands of the people who were incriminated by it and who would have every motive in the world to ‘lose’ it.

          Not even our incompetent and corrupt government is that clueless. It’s not even possible.

          There are back ups of the back ups of the back ups.

          Claiming the texts were ‘lost’ is just psy-ops against the American People. It’s designed to aggravate or demoralize. Maybe they just to it for fun, like a psycho pulling the wings off of a fly.

          Whatever the reason, it’s silly. Adm. Rogers can get those texts in minutes. And IIRC, according to an earlier article here on CTH, Investigator General Horowitz has already said he has those texts.

          The whole thing is just to get our goat, to make us ‘worried’.

          Don’t be.

          DJT’s team has all the information — and a lot more.

          Jan 23 2018 17:36:34
          Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 384dbe 139507

          The light will reveal those on the team and those pretending to be.
          This is not a game.
          They want us divided.
          Last posts [self destruction] will immediately show the world the TRUTH.
          Instructions will be sent on how to preserve offline.
          You didn’t think this was simply about words did you?
          We have it all.
          Coming soon to a theater near you.


          Liked by 8 people

          • dagnyshrug says:

            I question Q is because during President Trump’s campaign he stated, multiple times, he would never let the enemy know his next move, never signal a strategy, and criticized Obama harshly for doing that re: the Middle East. If we can read the Q posts, so can lots of people who would then be warned in advance, perhaps in enough time to cover themselves.

            If Q is legit, I think Trump would have shut it down after the first few posts. A bright person or group that followed and studied Trump intently and knows some intel protocol could have put most of that together through anticipation, good timing and open source material that most of us wouldn’t know where to look for. It could just as easily be disinformation, or some really smart but bored people entertaining themselves, trying to stave off the winter dull-drums.

            Liked by 1 person

            • DD More says:

              I question Q is because during President Trump’s campaign he stated, multiple times, Uh, the official Q postings Started 10/28/17, so well After the Campaign.

              If we can read the Q posts, so can lots of people who would then be warned in advance, Uh, thats why he writes in Code, to confuse you Bots.

              It could just as easily be disinformation, Or with the proven timestamps on events, be just fodder for Your Disinfo.


              • dagnyshrug says:

                What does before/after the campaign have to do with anything? Do you think Trump changed his basic strategy or approach after the campaign? If anything, he’s doubled down on it.

                I’m not confused at all. I understand as much or more than anyone else who reads them–which is the point. Do you think bad actors/targets in our own government aren’t capable of deciphering the ‘code’?

                One thing Trump is predictable about are his tweets. It wouldn’t have taken a lot of luck to hit those marks.


        • dman1971 says:

          Wrong these people at the DOJ/FBI do NOT have access to NSA systems nor military systems that do indeed intercept all traffic to and from.

          Liked by 3 people

          • scott467 says:

            “Wrong these people at the DOJ/FBI do NOT have access to NSA systems nor military systems that do indeed intercept all traffic to and from.”


            As Q often says, ‘Expand your thinking’.

            DJT is in charge. None of this is happening without DJT guiding things.

            NSA works for DJT. Attorney General works for DJT. Christopher Wray works for DJT.

            DJT can call Adm. Rogers and say “Hey Rogers, get the missing texts and send them to A.G. Sessions”.

            It may be a little more complicated than that, there may be a form that has to be filled out, but it’s silly to kid ourselves that these people don’t all know each other, or to think that they are not all working and serving at the president’s pleasure, or that they are not all working toward the same objective, or that they can’t figure out how to get information into the hands of whoever needs it.

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          • dagnyshrug says:

            Think about all the good military Generals and Admirals Obama got rid of, and who he replaced them with. Those people are still around. They’ve already defied President Trump on transgenders in the military. They’re not all on his side. Sadly, President Trump doesn’t have the tacit authority or the respect afforded to previous presidents.

            It’s plainly evident the NSA is corrupt. Corruption and manipulation in the FISA courts is at the heart of this matter. Massive corruption and unfair, unwarranted disdain for President Trump seems to run across all agencies. They’re all in self-preservation mode and will stop at nothing to maintain power and cover their misdeeds under the prior administration.

            Liked by 2 people

    • NJF says:

      can someone explain how they know the number of texts missing? how do they know how many were sent over that 5 month period????

      Liked by 7 people

    • calbear84 says:

      So happy that Mr. Sekulow is on the MAGA team. He will pay big dividends.

      Liked by 10 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      *Missing emails is a “pattern in practice” of ” missing emails” like Lois Lerner

      *these ‘investigations’ are political setups..FAUX INVESTIGATION

      “As the President’s lawyers, we evaluate the situation…facts…circumstances…the entire matter. I’m not going to disclose the conversations we’ve had/not had with the SC…the most transparent investigation in history. We (WH) have turned over….100,000 documents, all witnesses have complied, no exertion of executive privilege..so “ask the president about what?”

      The president is in good hands with Sekulow. Thank you JS.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. jahealy says:

    Laura Interruptus 😃

    Liked by 18 people

  6. fleporeblog says:

    Seems one of Barry’s people is getting really nervous! Wonder how many secret meetings he attended on behalf of the Obama administration.

    Liked by 16 people

  7. WhistlingPast says:

    Sundance, your “Laura Interruptus” and Hannity dig made me LOL. #Succinct.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. mj_inOC says:

    Happy to see you have not LOST your sense of humor, sundance!

    My seven years in Lynchburg, VA, when he was my rep, and now in Monterey CA, only occasionally make me miss the Blue Ridge…
    Heaven is closer in a home by water [Majestic Monterey Bay/Pacific]!

    Liked by 3 people

  9. nevercrywolf says:

    So True……Mrs. Hannity…… You’re too funny. Why don’t they let people finish their sentences. It is so darn frustrating to listen to them cutting people off and talking over everyone.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Donna in Oregon says:

    Trey Gowdy interviewed Samantha Powers for unmasking 1 time per work day for the last year of the Obama admin. She said it wasn’t her.

    The crime we know of for sure is the unmasking of Mr. Flynn. NSA should be able to provide.

    All we need is Samantha Powers name and Mr. Flynn unmasking and presto.

    Doesn’t matter if she says it wasn’t her, all criminals say it wasn’t them. Get 3 or 4 of them together and charge them all as a conspiracy to unmask a US citizen. Secret Society and all……

    More details demanded about Obama’s spy-on-Americans program
    Published: 09/29/2017 at 12:48 PM

    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2017/09/ex-u-n-ambassador-named-in-unmasking-lawsuit/#LBZi1Gzfph8Sgbcr.99

    Liked by 6 people

    • All Too Much says:

      Its called the Soddit Defense.
      Short for “some other dude did it”.

      Liked by 3 people

    • LafnH2O says:

      Great stuff, Donna in Oregon. TY

      From the links.. caught my eye

      According to a congressional report, ‘one official, whose position had no apparent intelligence-related function, made hundreds of unmasking requests during the final year of the Obama administration,’” the ACLJ said.

      “According to numerous reports, [f]ormer United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power is believed to have made ‘hundreds’ of unmasking requests to identify individuals named in classified intelligence community reports related to Trump and his presidential transition team.”

      In fact, the reports reveal she averaged more than one demand for information about individuals for every working day in 2016.

      That’s alotta lyin’!

      Read more at http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/09/ex-u-n-ambassador-named-in-unmasking-lawsuit/#53Yk44Q1tKyCSzkj.99

      Liked by 4 people

  11. wheatietoo says:

    The tricky thing is…preserving the integrity of all the past Convictions that the FBI were instrumental in.

    We don’t want to see criminals using this ‘internal corruption’ within the FBI, as a way to demand that their conviction be thrown out.
    That would be a nightmare.

    If I can think of this, I would imagine that Sessions, our President and others have thought of it too.

    Liked by 10 people

    • How do we know they were really criminals? Maybe they could not afford the best lawyers money can buy?

      Liked by 3 people

      • wheatietoo says:

        This is true…and now that we see how these guys were not above ‘manufacturing evidence’, it raises the question of:
        How many times have they done this?

        Argh. What a mess.

        Liked by 4 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Most definitely. This is a real thing. I used to work for law enforcement agency and we had a problem with one employee and the ramifications were HUGE. Every case this person had touched or testified in was at risk. So you know AG Sessions is completely aware and has discussed it with PDJT.

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    • Tonawanda says:

      “The tricky thing is…preserving the integrity of all the past Convictions that the FBI were instrumental in.”

      Wheatie, I have seen this concern expressed, including folks who say “every” conviction will be overturned.

      IMO people are (understandably) over-reacting.

      I would have to believe any given defendant would have to show how any particular alleged corruption operated on or affected their case.

      I am guessing very few if any cases would be affected outside of people who are directly involved, like Flynn, and I doubt very much that Flynn could get his conviction reversed at this point.

      When you plead guilty, you plead guilty. Most people plead guilty. Self-admitted guilt pretty much puts an end to things, it would seem.


      • wheatietoo says:

        I hope you’re right, T.

        The dirty dossier is ‘manufactured evidence’ that was used against a Presidential Candidate.
        It happened under Comey’s watch.

        If Comey goes down, and I hope he does, then depending on the case, I would imagine defense lawyers could demand that the Convictions that happened during his term, be reopened.

        Has Gen Flynn been convicted yet?
        I haven’t heard that he has…but perhaps I missed it.
        He was set up by two co-conspirators, in an attempt to take down a President.

        Gen Flynn was not under oath.
        He simply gave disinformation to two conspirators, during a conversation in his office.
        I think he will be exonerated.

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        • Tonawanda says:

          When you plead guilty you are convicted, I believe.

          Sentence + conviction = judgment (or judgment of conviction).

          JMO but I can’t believe a criminal goes free because the cop or prosecutor happens to be a criminal also.

          I think of the NYC case where the detective was found to have been falsifying reports and routinely committing perjury.

          It was not enough for a defendant to show he was involved with their case. They had to (and many did) show that he did something which might have affected their specific case in a way which would have changed the outcome.

          More generally, it is my impression that courts everywhere will do somersaults to avoid reversing a judgment of conviction, even where serious misconduct has taken place.

          This is why from time to time (if appropriate) I express the opinion that law enforcement/prosecutors have come to learn what they can get away with, which is a lot. The courts all across this country have sent that message very clearly.

          I see what happened with the FBI/DOJ in this case and I see officials who have come to believe they can get away with anything because that is what the courts have been telling them they could do.

          Believe me, if courts across this country started actually reversing convictions where there was misconduct, you would see the misconduct disappear.

          But as of now, there are a number of factors why this is not happen, and probably will not happen any time soon if ever.


    • trapper says:

      This is so much worse than we have even begun to contemplate.

      When a bad cop is discovered to have been beating confessions out of suspects, or fabricating or planting evidence, EVERY case he ever worked on or testified in goes under the microscope. The defense lawyers for every defendant who was ever convicted in any case that cop ever touched will try to get their clients’ convictions overturned based on that cop’s illegal actions or, if known, the prosecutor’s failure to disclose it, and many succeed.

      Here, it’s not one bad cop, but a “secret society” of bad FBI and DOJ personnel that are suspected of fabricating evidence, obtaining warrants illegally, and performing illegal searches. And none of them just dropped out of the sky in 2015 to oppose Trump’s candidacy. All of them already had careers spanning decades in FBI and DOJ and all of them worked on hundreds of cases. And we currently only know of a handful of the participants. How many more are there? Why would anyone believe their ethical lapses all began in 2015?

      So, how many criminal cases did they all work on combined? Thousands? Are thousands of federal criminal convictions now potentially in jeopardy? If so, the extent of the damage they caused is mind boggling and will take years to undo. No wonder we aren’t hearing much out of the DOJ at the moment. It will take a long time just to quantify it. If they had set out to sabotage America’s federal anti-terror and criminal justice system, they could not have come up with a plan that would have been more effective.

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  12. Texian says:

    “Laurangeal Interruptus”..

    Liked by 2 people

  13. bessie2003 says:

    With the opportunity to effect real change within the Justice community, why would Rep. Goodlatte not want to run for re-election? Is he assuming an appointment in some sort of administrative role next year?


  14. Ari says:

    Mrs. Hannity! Awesome.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Judy W says:

    Interesting to see that Goodlatte is not running for reelection…
    Congress Quietly Pushing Bill To Require National Biometric ID For “ALL Americans”
    Earlier this month, Rep. Bob Goodlatte [R-VA-6] introduced H.R.4760 – Securing America’s Future Act of 2018, a sweeping bill that entails everything from Education and the Workforce to Homeland Security to the military. Also, tucked away in this 400-page behemoth of a bill are the details of a new biometric National ID card that could soon be required for everyone.

    The legislation was drafted under the auspices of providing a legislative solution for the current beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

    However, as Ron Paul points out, “this bill would give DACA recipients a 3-year renewable legal status while forcing a biometric National ID card on virtually everyone else.”
    Read More:

    Liked by 3 people

  16. All Too Much says:

    Slow down!

    Thank you so much.
    God bless you and keep you safe.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Ditch Mitch says:

    SD, excellent description of Laura Interruptus. I have been calling her Ms. Hannity for a long time now. Notice whenever a guest is about to make a major point Mr. & Ms. Hannity interrupt the guest or blow off the point with some insignificant issue.

    Then of course Mr. & Ms. Hannity head back to whatever issue they are most passionate about at the time. Why the hell do they have guests and so called experts on if they are not going to let the people talk. They could bloviate in the mirror all they want.

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Kaco says:

    It’s very disappointing that so many house republicans are not running for reelection, especially ones like Goodlatte. He has an important bill and his term is up this year.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Um, it’s TV, that is how it goes? That is the format? The trick is to fire off your point in a rapid burst. One who dose this well is Scaramouch Scaramouch can you do the Fandango?


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