President Trump and Mark Meadows Tweet About FBI Corruption…

President Trump wonders why FBI “lovers” messages are missing:

Representative Mark Meadows has a great perspective on the issue:

Remember the key figure here: Peter Strzok, the former deputy of counter-intelligence at the FBI. Guy who ran the 2016 Clinton investigation, who interviewed key witnesses including Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, and Hillary Clinton. Former Mueller team member. Strzok is the guy here

We have all these anti-Trump texts in 2016 from Peter Strzok, talking about an “insurance policy” in case Trump gets elected President. We have texts from Strzok to Lisa Page saying “We can’t take the risk” Trump wins the Presidency. By itself, that’s a huge problem.

But there’s more. We now have a text between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, FBI agents, directly talking about the pressure to finish the Hillary Clinton investigation–a text which occurred right after Donald J. Trump became the presumptive GOP nominee

We have a text from May 4, 2016 where Peter Strzok says: “Now the pressure really starts to finish MYE…” (or ‘Mid-Year Exam,’ the FBI’s code name for the Clinton investigation.) May 4, 2016 is important–because it’s when Ted Cruz dropped out. That day, Trump was the nominee.

So we have Peter Strzok, the deputy of FBI counter-intelligence and lead Clinton investigator, who we already know blasted Trump in text messages, talking about the need to end the Clinton investigation… right after he knew Hillary would be running against Trump. Major problem.

Now pause, and circle to FBI Director Comey. Remember Director Comey’s exoneration letter? The letter from 2016 that, at first, called Hillary Clinton “grossly negligent” but was mysteriously changed to “extremely careless”? That change is massively important.

Remember, “gross negligence” under the “reasonable person standard” is a crime. “Extreme carelessness” is not, however. That change is hugely significant. Had Dir. Comey called Hillary “grossly negligent” in his letter, he would’ve essentially been saying she committed a crime.

Now take that letter change, and go back to Peter Strzok. We have email documentation that suggests the “gross negligence” claim in Director Comey’s exoneration letter was changed to “extremely careless” between May 4, 2016 and May 6, 2016… by none other than Peter Strzok.

Think about how important that is. We have a text from Peter Strzok talking about the pressure to end the Clinton investigation, and then–within 48 hours–documents suggesting Peter Strzok changed Dir. Comey’s letter from criminal charges to just “carelessness.” That’s major.

Folks, this stinks to high heaven. If this is anything what it looks like–the FBI changing course on investigation, putting their thumb on the scale to undermine Donald Trump and essentially help Hillary Clinton–that is as wrong as it gets. This demands further investigation.

And remember, this doesn’t even address a host of other questions! The dossier. The Carter Page FISA application (that they still won’t show us). The 5 months of mysteriously “missing” Page/Strzok texts. The FBI communicating with Fusion GPS/DNC-hired Christopher Steele. Come on.

This is not party politics. This is not partisan bickering. This is an issue that gets at the very heart of who we are as a nation. If any officials at the FBI were engaged in this kind of behavior, we need to know.

Bottom line: tell us the truth. Tell us the truth about what happened with the Clinton investigation, the 2016 election, and leading up to this “collusion” investigation. All of it. Americans deserve the truth. (LINK)

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180 Responses to President Trump and Mark Meadows Tweet About FBI Corruption…

  1. Ziiggii says:

    Man – Meadows is learning from you guys tweeting these coherent threads of info SD.

    Kudos to him for being a quick learner!

    Liked by 33 people

  2. HBD says:

    Corruption is to nice of a word for the swamp critters.

    Liked by 6 people

  3. Agave says:

    That is an epic wrap-up of (a portion of) Strzok’s culpability.

    Liked by 4 people

    • glissmeister says:

      Obstruction of justice? Conspiracy to obstruct justice? Tampering? Unlawful contributions in kind to a political party and its presidential candidate?

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  4. rf121 says:

    Thanks for posting their pictures. Cause if either one of these two was walking in front of my car I might forget to brake. I mean have a failure to brake.

    Liked by 6 people

    • RedBallExpress says:

      You would be careless instead of grossly negligent?

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    • Agave says:

      Page; the mistress, the paramour, the lover, the other woman, the friend with benefits… She has really destroyed any credibility she ever had. Strzok stroked her ego in one of the text strings that I read, telling her she is a great lawyer with vision, or insight, or whatever line he had. Clearly, he was either lying, or is terrible at reading people (not a good trait for an investigator), because if she was soooo good at seeing where the small details of the law could lead, she would have kept her panties on. If I was a client at a firm that brought her in, I would move my business so fast the receptionist would be left spinning on her chair!

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  5. I hope they keep the pressure UP. Release the memo. Then release the underlying data. Then repeal the Byrd rule. Stop playing nice. Then enact the MAGA agenda and, if the Dems don’t like it, they can do what they want when they’re in the majority.

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    • scott467 says:

      “Then enact the MAGA agenda and, if the Dems don’t like it, they can do what they want when they’re in the majority.”

      ______________

      They’re not going to be in the majority.

      They are not even going to be a viable political party, soon.

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  6. stats guy says:

    ‘This is not party politics. This is not partisan bickering. This is an issue that gets at the very heart of who we are as a nation. If any officials at the FBI were engaged in this kind of behavior, we need to know.’

    This

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    • joeknuckles says:

      I think it’s time to hang this one where it belongs- on the modern Democrat Party. This whole thing is symptomatic of how they think and how they operate. This wasn’t just some crooked cops, they were put in place, directed and supported by the leaders of the Party, for the benefit of the Party. Every damned move they make is for the benefit of the Party.

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      • Ari says:

        The UniParty is responsible, not the dems only. Remember McCain’s role in this matter. Remember the GOP’s shameful silence and duplicity over the past 15 months.

        No sir, it is not the Democrat Party that is responsible, it is the dems + GOP + Freedumb Caucus.

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      • Orygun says:

        This is not your grandfathers Democrat party either. My entire family has been Democrat forever but they have all awakened to the fact that the Democrat party is now the Progressive/socialist party or whatever the globalist powermongers label themselves these days.
        Just as Islam is an ill fit under our system of government so is globalism/fascism and any other rabid ism.

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  7. Everywhereguy says:

    May 4th? May 6th? Well, at least he’s not Peter the Procrastinator. Good boy, Pete.

    They’re all going down.

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  8. Brant says:

    How about this? The people who are getting the vapors over some fake Russia stuff are the same people who don’t care one bit about millions of illegals draining the US treasury.

    Liked by 17 people

  9. wheatietoo says:

    They’re so corrupt…they don’t even see how corrupt they are.

    These people like Strzok and Page are so marinated in their herd ideology, that they believe whatever they do to further it, is okay.
    They need a catchy slogan…like ‘Allahu Akbar’.

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  10. fleporeblog says:

    I decided to thank Rep. Meadows and the HFC for fighting for Americans by forcing a vote on the Goodlatte Bill.

    Liked by 25 people

    • ray76 says:

      Goodlatte’s bill incorporates parts of Durbin’s “Dreamer Act”.

      I warned, and took a lot of grief for warning, that we would be presented with a false choice and now here it is.

      Liked by 2 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        Renewable wor permits every three years! No citizenship ever. You have to give something to get something.

        Liked by 1 person

        • ray76 says:

          The law requires deportation. Why not follow the law?

          Liked by 2 people

          • kroesus says:

            gives a false promise of permanent residency…..going to have to give them some “adjustment time” before you send them home to get enough support for WALL, NO CHAIN MIGRATION and END TO LOTTERY…..I am a hardline conservative on immigration and want them all deported but let us let the DACA stay a bit (after a more thorough vetting) and work on ejecting the other 30+ M illegals……also I hear the Goodlatte Bill includes mandatory E-verify which would do 75% of our deportation for us…..no work and no benefits and they stream back south

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            • ray76 says:

              There is NO issue except that created by Obama. This group does not exist in law, there is no basis in law.

              Deport illegal aliens – as the law requires.

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              • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                Amen.

                Illegal is illegal. Legal immigrants spend an enormous amount of time, money, and effort getting a green card, and then (usually) obtaining citizenship. Even when a company sponsors their move (I’ve participated in that process in both directions, and it’s ugly, at best).

                The illegals, on the other hand, spend OUR money, OUR efforts, and have been murdering OUR citizens/children/family/friends.

                True, sometimes one has to give, to get. In this case, what we’re getting is a HUGE problem (and likely a repeat down the road), and getting NOTHING except a big bill.
                And the illegals are felons from the time they step over the border. Instant criminals.
                Send them back!

                We should not have to pay for their “dreams” just because Mexico
                (and South America, in general) is a nightmare. Let Mexico fix its problems: we have enough here to fix as it is. Give them a hand up, in their OWN country, rather than a handout, in OUR country, where they are illegally.

                Anyone remember President Reagan’s amnesty? Or the Braceros in California?
                Once is never enough for cheaters, and it wouldn’t be this time, either…

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            • Only thing I would add is a component forcing the IRS to investigate all instances of duplicate SSN or deceased SSN being used.

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        • ray76 says:

          Here is a comparison of Democrat and Republican amnesty bills.

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          • From the right-hand Goodlatte version (the one that counts):
            [Cliff Notes]

            OUTCOME: Grant of Contingent NON-Immigrant Work Status for 3 years
            PROVISIONS:
            • Application Fee covering ALL costs (including Background Checks)
            • Background Check of ALL juvenile and adult records (local-state-federal)
            • Qualification Requirements for age & residency & character & legal status
            • Education Requirements for either H.S. Diploma/GED or current full-time Enrollment
            • Disqualification for felonies or double misdemeanors or unpaid civil judgments
            • Disqualification for misdemeanor involving domestic violence, child abuse, bodily-injury assault, violated protection order, DUI, etc.
            • Requalification possibility for 3-year Extensions by Restarting Application Process
            • No “Path to Citizenship”

            MISSING: What happens to ALL who FAIL to Apply for or Receive this Status

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            • 4sure says:

              When has a no path to citizenship ever been legislated? Is it even constitutional?

              How can you allow people to stay here indefinitely (renewal every three yrs.) and yet say they can never become citizens? The liberal 9th circuit would declare it unconstitutional the moment it is challenged. It would go to the SCOTUS and IMO would be declared unconstitutional on several grounds. One being that this discriminates on a special class of people who have been singled out. Secondly, there is no due process to challenge the no citizenship forever rule. I’m sure there are other challenges that would be made.

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              • The bill will include “severability language” that preserves all the border security & immigration control portions in the event of the DACA solution being declared unconstitutional … which would trigger instant deportations! M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A!

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                • 4sure says:

                  Can you explain how that would be possible if the “new” law that grants no path to citizenship was declared unconstitutional. It would not just be a part of the law, but the whole law in which case, I don’t see how it would be possible to then deport them when in good faith you passed a law NOT to deport. The issue would be the denial of any path to citizenship. It would be argued that the federal government never had any intention to deport these people. Just to deny them any path to citizenship. They would not be ordered deported. In fact, IMO they would be shielded from ever being deported. The only remedy then becomes grant them citizenship. The dems know this and that’s why they know that in short order all of the DACA people will be granted amnesty and citizenship. The dims and the legal experts lobbying for this are no dummies.

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        • 4sure says:

          Fle, sometimes you let optimism cloud reality. And that’s OK as long as someone who loves your optimism let’s you know. This is such a time.

          I loves ya, but You and I and everyone else knows that “NO citizenship ever” does not mean what you think it does. As soon as that is passed, the commies will be pushing the meme that you can’t deny these wonderful people their right to citizenship. They will play the race card. You evil racists do not want anyone to be citizens except white folks. Oh, it will get even worse. They will be citizens in less than two yrs. There has never been any legislation passed that denied citizenship ever to anyone. And there’s a reason why. It would be unconstitutional.
          “You have to give something to get something.” In this case, we are giving something and getting the shaft.
          We have NEVER won anything in making deals w/the devil over an immigration issue. NEVER.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            Ok I get what you are saying! You may not like my position but if we were to get the majority of stuff in the Goodlatte Bill. Especially ending Chain Migration, it wouldn’t bother me if the 800K got citizenship. Changing the face of future immigrants to Asia and Eastern Europe would be the DEATH of the Democrat Party.

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            • 4sure says:

              Fair enough. My point was, and you graciously accepted it, was we should not be fooled by the no citizenship part. If folks are still OK w/them getting amnesty, in exchange for no chain migration and all the other things in Trump’s and Miller’s immigration “bill” (can’t remember what that bill is called) and it is passed and the wall is built and we see deportations of the illegals here, it may be the best we can do. But, I don’t think the dims are going to go along w/all of that.

              I am all in w/Trump’s merit based immigration system.If we have to accept 800,000 DACA w/no chain migration to get the merit based deal and the wall. I’m in. We all know they are not going to be deported. They are here to stay. One way or the other.

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              • fleporeblog says:

                4sure I agree with you that the Dems and RINOs in the Senate will never agree to the end of Chain Migration. I predicted in December that nothing will happen with immigration. I still stick with that.

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        • ray76 says:

          Absolutely right.

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  11. loislane says:

    I have a question. Would they have proceeded if Trump was not the nominee?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Eric C. says:

      Interesting question.

      Maybe all the GOPe candidates knew Hillary was going down unless Trump was the nominee. Obama probably hates only Trump more than the Clintons. I always thought Obama wanted Hillary to lose so he could take over the money laundering operation at the DNC. If Hillary and Bill got back in at the top he’d be pushed back a few years.

      They were listening to Trump so they knew what he’d do to them, ergo he must be stoped at all costs. What’s the alternative? Therefore, no need to proceed with delicate gloves since a Trump win would sink them all.

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    • AZ18 says:

      Yes…they had to discredit Trump regardless because they feared him and he had started a movement. Their were plenty of Republicans (UniParty) who would have allowed it to proceed. I still remember the convention drama with Cruz stealing electoral votes.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Aubergine says:

      Well, probably not.

      Of all the candidates running, Trump was the only one they couldn’t control.

      Remember, our wonderful President has been in the public eye forever. His whole life has been a public event. Any “scandal” they could come up with, well, we already knew about it. And there really wasn’t any “big there, there.”

      Guaranteed, all the rest would have been brought to heel the day after the inauguration.

      I have always had this theory that after a person became President, they were pulled into a room and told EVERYTHING. You know, Roswell and aliens, why we are REALLY in bed with the Saudis, what actually happened to JFK, the whole enchilada. And why they CAN’T fulfill all those campaign promises they always make and then break. They all look different within a few days of being elected, haunted somehow.

      But what if that’s not it? What is they go into the room and find out what the “controllers” have on them and their whole family? And that’s why everything changes, and they can’t do all the wonderful things they promised.

      They pulled PDJT into the room, and he said “yeah, so what? That’s old news, and I’m gonna MAGA.”

      We are the most blessed people in the world to have this man in office. And I never, ever forget it.

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  12. WhistlingPast says:

    Someone tweeted

    Everybody ALWAYS talks about “should” but nobody EVER does anything about it. Yak, Yak Yak. ‪#DoSomething

    I can’t retweet so will just repost.

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  13. bofh says:

    Meadows says “…Peter Strzok changed Dir. Comey’s letter”, but I thought that current thinking was that it was Bill (the invisible man) Priestap, no? Or have I misremembered reading this within the last day or two?

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  14. LafnH2O says:

    Page has denied all of the allegations made in Steele’s document, which he refers to as the “dodgy dossier.”

    The FBI reportedly relied on the dossier to open an investigation into potential collusion. The dossier was also reportedly cited in the FBI application for the FISA warrant on Page. The warrant application also reportedly cited a Russian spy’s attempts to recruit Page back in 2013.

    https://www.google.com/amp/amp.dailycaller.com/2017/08/03/report-trump-campaign-adviser-was-under-secret-surveillance-much-earlier-than-previously-thought/

    2013? Earlier?

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  15. TrueNorthSeeker says:

    Anyone else feeling more than a little annoyed and insulted that all these Congress critters are publicly decrying the FISA surveillance abuse AFTER it was voted to be reauthorized? That’s no coincidence. I guess they think we’re too stupid to realize the coordinated timing.
    And, yes, I know…but, but…they put in new and improved safeguards so this abuse can never, ever, ever happen again! Until it does. 😐

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  16. suejeanne1 says:

    One only has to think – what if this was Joe Q. Public telling the FBI that the text messages they wanted were “lost” –

    “oh, okay Mr. Public, sorry to have bothered you, have a nice day”

    It reminds me of that time back during the Clinton Administration when there was news that “one billion dollars” of aid to Haiti “had gone missing” – it could not be accounted for, you see – I kept looking for articles back then about the money finally being found but there was nothing, fizzle-fazzle. I could not help but imagine the average person telling the federal government – let’s say the IRS – that there was this one billion dollars in income they could not track down where it went – and they would just let it go!

    I often wonder whatever became of that one billion dollars in aid that was supposed to help the people in Haiti.

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  17. Sunshine says:

    I want Loretta Lynch to sweat it out also.

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  18. SharkDiver says:

    Everyone else notice how this story is really picking up steam now? Most MSM now at least discussing some portions of it, and several questions about the story were asked today at Sarah’s press conference. The word is really getting out (Thanks in no small part to Sundance) and there is no putting the genie back in the bottle.

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    • WhistlingPast says:

      Bet by now they all read Sundance but do not credit him. Gateway uses CTH graphics without attribution for example. Lucianne, on the other hand, frequently links here and the reader comments are glowing.

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  19. wheatietoo says:

    Think about how important that is. We have a text from Peter Strzok talking about the pressure to end the Clinton investigation, and then–within 48 hours–documents suggesting Peter Strzok changed Dir. Comey’s letter from criminal charges to just “carelessness.” That’s major.
    ____

    Pressure?
    Pressure from whom? Loretta Lynch? From ValJar or O?

    This could be why Strzok is being gifted such high-powered legal representation from Boies.

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    • bobthebuilder says:

      David Boies is a longtime Clinton crony.
      That is where Strzok’s legal bill will be paid… in exchange for certain “cooperation.”

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    • Craig from Scotland says:

      Hi @wheatietoo,

      The reference about ‘pressure’ to conclude MYE investigation;

      May 04 2016 – Cruz dropped out which only left the then candidate Trump as Republican nominee.
      If FBI / DOJ raised criminal proceedings against HRC there wouldn’t be a democratic candidate, at least not HRC.

      Strzok et al had to unlawfully conclude HRC investigation pronto to keep the witch as a candidate.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Yes, we know ‘why’ Strzok would be under pressure…the question is, ‘who’ is applying the pressure.

        Was he referring to the ‘general feeling of pressure to help out their preferred candidate’, that as Dem operatives, they all felt?
        Or was he referring to pressure being applied from the Top?

        The small group O-team is likely going to claim that they ‘didn’t know’ about all this going on in FBI/DOJ…and that they are just innocent lambs.
        But we know that they liked to micro-manage their operations.

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        • Craig from Scotland says:

          Hi @wheatietoo,

          Apologies, I read your first comment incorrectly.
          My suggestion would be Loretta Lynch as there was no way HRC would be criminally investigated while Lynch was AG.

          Keep in mind when then New York district attorney Lynch opened the FIFA soccer investigation 2010, Christopher Steele was the British contact of Bruce Ohr, DOJ and Michael Gaeta, FBI was lead investigator on FIFA case and is FBI attaché in Rome, Italy.
          Obviously Lynch must know of Christopher Steele as his credibility to FBI / DOJ is supposedly not in question.

          Also, Christopher Steele apparently was a US state department source and provided intelligence reports to for a number of years, including on Libya.
          Remember when Sidney Blumenthal ‘intelligence’ reports / emails to HRC were uncovered during Benghazi investigation.
          Who was telling the guy all that nonsense ?
          Would Christopher Steele provide ‘intelligence’ reports for free ?
          Who’s paying the gadgee ?

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          • wheatietoo says:

            Yes, details like this will be helpful in making Loretta Lynch the fall guy for all of this.

            But what are the chances that the White House O-team weren’t the source of the pressure “help Hillary” and “get Trump”.

            Proving it is another thing.
            If just one foot soldier like Strzok could be flipped and gives testimony that they were acting on ‘pressure’ from the WH…then the whole house of cards would fall.

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            • Craig from Scotland says:

              Hi @wheatietoo,

              Yeah but what I’m saying is Christopher Steel was providing ‘intelligence’ to HRC via Sidney Blumenthal. If the Sid Blu emails contained CIA sourced intel the Benghazi investigation could never have released the information on national security grounds:

              —————-

              “2011 – While the Libyan civil war escalated Drumheller, advised former Major General David L. Grange and CEO of Osprey Global Solutions. Drumheller, Grange and Blumenthal worked on the Libya memos with Cody Shearer, a long time Clinton family friend and operative — his brother, Derek Shearer, was United States Ambassador to Finland under Bill Clinton and his sister, Brooke Shearer, was married to Clinton State Department official Strobe Talbott, who was in close contact with Blumenthal. Blumenthal provided the then US-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with detailed briefings on events in the Middle East and was running the ad hoc spy ring. In March 2011, Blumenthal sent an email which included “apparently highly sensitive information” to Hillary Clinton with details received from Drumheller, who had spoken with a CIA colleague, mentioning the name of an intelligence source (2012 Benghazi attack).”

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              • wheatietoo says:

                Thank you for all those details.
                These are things that will hopefully come out in the cases against Hillary.

                But Craig, darling, don’t get bogged down in the weeds…the big game is Zero44.
                These people worked for him.

                And these people are still working for his benefit.

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          • That is why Christopher Steele was hired as the ” salesman” of the Nellie Ohr written dossier.

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  20. czarowniczy says:

    Shades of Watergate…irony of Hillary being deeply involved. Then we had the POTUS and a few loose political cannons doing a Peter Sellers of breaking into an office and the Democrats were up in arms, demanding impeachment and forcing a sitting president to abdicate. Now we have the nation’s highest justice officials, the nation’s premier law enforcement agency, the nation’s most two most powerful intelligence agencies and unknown others engaging in attempted regime change, knowingly conspiring to thwart the voter’s will by ensuring a presidential candidate does not get elected.
    Let’s look beyond their manufacturing false evidence (a charge the FBI’s been petarded on more than once), let’s ignore their violations of laws they are charged with enforcing, let’s ignore their still destroying evidence (an Obama era specialty – missing emails), let’s ignore their violating their agencies charters. Let’s look at the fact they conspired to violate the Constitution and the rights in it they are charged with protecting. At its base level it was nothing less than a coup, an attempt to install a government of their and not their voter’s choice, the same as the US through the CIA did in Iran, the Dominican Republic, Vietnam and other countries. Not just meddling, a coup – or what would you call it?
    We still have key members in Congress and the government trying to kill the investigations into this attempted coup – imagine what they’d be doing if this had been Republicans trying to steal a national-level election with the illegal assistance of the DoJ, FBI, NSA and CIA. Criminal facilitation in covering up a crime that could be easily defined as treason is still ongoing.
    It’s been over 55 years since the last successful American regicide, let’s pray there isn’t some lone gunman and grassy knoll being ginned up since their peaceful coup failed.

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    • Maquis says:

      Dang. We all pray for the protection of our President, we all worry, but it just gives me the creeps to see it blurted “out loud.” Please don’t tempt Fate.

      Still, I would not be surprised to learn that the “Secret Society” contemplated that, and that such was the reason someone risked “losing” five-months of texting between the most prolific texters in the realm of adultery ever. If that’s in there, and I’ve long suspected that Mr-Super-Agent “I have many ways of protecting my country” Strzok went there, then there will indeed be at least one execution in the coming days of judgement.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Every move I made in my intelligence and Federal health insurance positions was captured and stored as they occurred. We were constantly reminded that any and all emails we read or wrote on any of our government lines, whether to/from our government email accounts or (on the unclassified government lines) to/from any/all of our civilian accounts were recorded and stored. That was over a decade ago and their systems are much better now, most with secure offsite storage. To say that just the period of potentially incriminating time is missing from the records of the world’s premier LEA is the Bureau giving the entire US population the finger, telling it that they’re impotent to do anything to reign the bureau in. Let’s say that you were under investigation and you told the Bureau that the emails for just the period they were interested in had mysteriously disappeared … how do you think they’d take that yet they want us to believe it’s OK on their part.
        I understand your reluctance to ‘say the name of the beast’ but as we seem to have people in multiple branches of the government conspiring to steal the control of that government away from its owners, the people they are sworn to serve, then what else might they do to further their plans? It isn’t as if these same agencies haven’t left bloody fingerprints in regime changes overseas.

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        • Christine says:

          This is an attempted coup, not yet accomplished, but ongoing. We are at war…the good vs. evil. I think it is difficult for Americans to grasp the reality of their own government committing treason against We the People. It is a huge paradigm shift; we must remember that we have been fed propaganda for decades through the MSM. We have been lied to, manipulated and deceived to believe a false narrative. It is very difficult to realize the enormity of it. Perhaps those who have experienced the face of evil, close up and unexpectedly from a trusted source, may be more able to understand. Certainly the folks here are not naive and have a head start on most who are coming to reality.

          We are in God’s hand; He is sovereign over all, and through faith and prayer, we need not fear. I have not lost hope…not at all! This is our last, best chance of keeping our Republic. May God bless each and every patriot! Never give up!

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          • czarowniczy says:

            Yes, an ongoing usurpation of individual rights and destruction of the Constitution. There’s a lot of people who believe that somehow the Constitution will protect them and they’re a bit surprised when I tell them that Russia had a ‘constitution’ much like ours the entire time it was under Communist control – didn’t protect them.

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            • Christine says:

              I think one would have to be clueless to believe our Constitution has not been corrupted and trampled on for decades. I think there is a great desire and hope that it could somehow be restored to the law of the land. If so, it would be by the grace of God.

              I know nothing of Russia’s constitution, but cannot believe that it could be anything close to the Constitution which our Founders wrote.

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              • czarowniczy says:

                Problem with the Russian constitution is it existed in paperwork only, those in power waved it about but did as they desired regardless – a lot like we’re seeing incrementally implemented here.

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                • Christine says:

                  Okay…I see what comparison you are making.

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  Yeah, wasn’t saying there’s as good as ours just that their ‘leaders’ were as crappy in following it as ours are getting to be. Ironic that those Democratic leaders whining about Trump being ‘influenced’ or ‘in cahoots’ with the Russians are members of a party spent so much of its Cold War time being influenced by and being in cahoots with Russians.

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          • czarowniczy says:

            The coup’s been going on for a while but I believe those backing it are tired of the battle and are ratcheting up the ground war. They have the media, Hollyork and an increasing number of immigrants legal and illegal from s**thole nations as well as demented citizens supporting their efforts. It’s like a coon trap, you put some nice, sweet promise in that tube and the coon happily reaches in then…snap…grilled coon.

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            • Christine says:

              Who knows? I do think this is directed by evil elite globalists, and doubt they have grown “tired of the battle”… and may turn to more violent, large scale acts to gain control or destroy the USA. I pray not.

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              • czarowniczy says:

                The European ‘monarchists’ have hated the US for a loooooong time and our pushing changes from autocratic rule to democracy has made many autocrats very unhappy. There’s also a lot of people happy to live under a benign dictator trading some degree of freedom for some degree of comfort…they ain’t happy too.
                Then again the battle may just decide if the people want to save their freedoms or would be more happy being kept cattle/chatel. A democracy does give the majority the right to convert to an oligarchy.

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    • zaq123 says:

      It should be very disconcerting how many times the FBI has been involved in some really, shady stuff, from evidence tampering to entrapment to murder to tampering with evidence. But, they would be the first ones to drop the Hammer of Thor on anyone else. It must be the blue windbreaker and the big yellow letters that gives them that feeling of empowerment. And yet, they are still held as the world’s premiere law enforcement agency. By the media, no less. Is that a coincidence?

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      • 4sure says:

        I can assure you, they are NOT as special as they and others think. They have more resources because they get tons of federal money. But as far as individuals, doing grunt investigative work, they are inferior to many local and state police agencies who work real criminal cases on a daily basis. They are not that good at interrogating criminal suspects.

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        • zaq123 says:

          You are 100% correct. What makes them and the other agencies, formidable, is 18USC1001 and the fact that federal sentencing guidelines, allow judges to worsen a sentence if you actually go to trial and lose. And what’s really interesting is, they won’t even bring a case to trial unless they know it’s a slam dunk, even going so far, as to have mock trials, with real juries to test the waters. Amazing.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Stealing the work of other LEA/investigative agencies, creating false evidence and using phony experts to convict targets is one thing – actively conspiring to prevent a lawful election from occurring and acting to overthrow a sitting president is quite another.

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        • zaq123 says:

          I’m going to have to agree and disagree. It takes a certain level of corruption and dishonesty for both. Either way, they’re trying to dictate the outcome to their liking. While the prize at the end, may be very different, the practices, methodologies and procedures, for both, are the same. Just dirty.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Yes, and using criminal methods to do so. They have government employees sworn to uphold the laws of the land violating the laws of the land to falsely accuse a sitting president of violating those same laws. We have a mafia state supporting a kleptocracy with a surprising portion of the population agreeing with it.

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  21. Clean house. Or We the People will.

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  22. Cee says:

    “Folks, this stinks to high heaven. If this is anything what it looks like–the FBI changing course on investigation, putting their thumb on the scale to undermine Donald Trump and essentially help Hillary Clinton–that is as wrong as it gets. This demands further investigation.”

    Sundance— IMO—We all appreciate that you are carefully investigating and untangling the twisted, complicated spiderweb of injustice within our Government. I respect you and I think that you are brilliant.

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  23. Trish in Southern Illinois says:

    Tonight on newsmax Wayne Allyn Root show, Wayne talked about while the media came unglued over “sh!thole”, President TRUMP quietly signed an interesting executive order on December 21st. He thinks this is how the swamp is gonna go down. LOL
    Hey Pam, Mark Taylor was also on the show tonight. Here’s the link. (i just fast forward through the commercials)

    http://usaradio.com/2018/01/23/president-trump-is-about-to-go-scorched-earth-on-hillary-and-the-dc-swamp/

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  24. zimbalistjunior says:

    With respect to Meadows and other people who are doing great work, be advised that the interpretation of ‘insurance policy’ as referring to post-election actions to destroy trump, is spin and almost assuredly wrong.
    when the texts were first released in early December 2017, the original interpretation was that it referred to actions to destroy trump to be taken during the election campaign. ie leaks to the press, passing along the steele dossier etc.
    it was a WSJ article in mid December which suddenly offered a new and somewhat exculpatory interpretation that ‘insurance policy’ referred to heightened investigation of trump in case he gets elected. that makes very little sense.
    for some reason, this interpretation has become canon even among many of the white hats.

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    • Maquis says:

      How does that not make sense? An insurance policy “…in case you die before you’re forty” isn’t a description of an ongoing opposition, it’s their nuclear option if their current efforts failed.

      I suspect that any “clarification” offered by the author would be self-serving dissembling, so that option for clarification is unlikely to yield good fruit. Yet we cannot yet determine for our own selves for certain that its meaning was the “benign” destroy-the-candidate rather than the darker destroy-the-President-Elect/President.

      I’ve seen no evidence to support your asserted interpretation. Care to offer any?

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      • 4sure says:

        You are correct, IMO. The evidence of which you speak is in those 50,000 missing text messages. That’s the only reason they are missing. The FBI and Wray and possibly even Sessions, know those missing emails if made known would completely destroy the FBI/DOJ. I don’t think they are willing to completely destroy either. Thus, I don’t think they will ever be known to us or to anyone who would want to take action against the FBI/DOJ based on them. I believe they are talking about assassination or plans to frame Trump or his family w/planted evidence or to harm his family, I have to think it is very bad. I always think the worse of evil doers and these people are evil.

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    • Aubergine says:

      I’m sorry, but I NEVER read it as pre-election machinations. That makes no sense at all. Those were already in full swing when this was written. Those plots were already in the works.

      “I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office—that there’s no way [Trump] gets elected—but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40…

      READ IT! There’s no way that he gets elected….but we can’t take that risk. An insurance policy is needed IN CASE HE IS ELECTED.

      Remember, the dossier is out there at this time. I realize they shopped it around to some outlets that refused to print it, but they could easily have gotten it into the public eye through less-reputable outfits if they wanted to. But they didn’t, because it was a risky IED that might blow up in their faces. REMEMBER they know it is false information, some collected illegally using FISA 702. It is dangerous. They were saving it as a last resort for “insurance,” in case they needed to use it in the “unlikely event” that Trump was elected.

      It is only AFTER the election that the FBI agrees to continue funding Steele and the dossier (11-15-19) and that the dossier is given to McCain (11-18-16). This would have been after the “secret society” met (day after the election), and decided to pull the trigger on the insurance policy they had created.

      I believe there will be evidence in the “lost” text messages that reveals that they had an even more evil plan, assassination. There are deep forces at work trying to make sure we never know that for sure.

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  25. Giant Ground Sloth says:

    Who’s blaming Samsung?

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  26. tav144 says:

    Are there any public comments about these Revelations from Obama, Lynch, Holder, or any of the other parties in this poisonous family tree?

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    • billrla says:

      tav144: Holder is too busy leading the “resist movement” in California. Obama is too busy digging-out his Indonesian passport and making flight arrangements and hotel reservations in non-extradition foreign countries. Lynch has lost any hint of relevance, as neither Obozo nor Clinton will acknowledge knowing her.

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  27. Kent says:

    Ain’t it grand? Nine miles ahead of the competition….gassin’ on the big block..and fingering the blower switch………

    Ketch…US…mofo…..

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  28. Joseph W. South says:

    Interesting to see this slowly seeping into the mainstream (CNN video).

    Also, please keep this in mind folks: as horrible as the coverup and rigged investigations are, they surely must be covering things up that are far, far worse! Why risk jail by repeatedly destroying evidence, unless the evidence itself reveals crimes far more severe than obstruction of justice? Sort of like a murderer isn’t concerned about being charged with obstruction of justice when he throws the gun into the Hudson.

    What’s in the 5 months of missing text messages? What is within the 33,000 acid-washed emails? It isn’t yoga routines, that’s for sure. This obvious coverup and perversion of justice is horrific on its own. The crimes they’re trying to cover over must be far far worse than even that.

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    • The Jimmy Jack says:

      I agree. This is just the tip of the iceberg. As outrageous as that is, it is true.

      We’re facing a legitimate crisis in our nation. This is the silent war I’ve been talking about. The fighting has started but most don’t seem to notuce it yet.

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    • David A says:

      Plotting to illegally remove a sitting President is far more then Obstruction. ( Think sedition potential) Obstruction, a serious charge, is what they did regarding the HRC and Uranium one investigation cover up. That was obstruction of a host of charges.

      These threads ALL lead to incredible crimes committed during the O administrations 8 years, potentially leading to Military trials ( The aiding and abetting terrorist organizations)

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  29. Kaco says:

    “Bottom line: tell us the truth. Tell us the truth about what happened with the Clinton investigation, the 2016 election, and leading up to this “collusion” investigation. All of it. Americans deserve the truth.”

    That isn’t going to happen, they’ve been lying the whole time along with their media.

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    • Kent says:

      exactly……there will be no truth forthcoming without threat of imprisonment….REAL threat…but they don’t seem to fear that…….

      It isn’t real until it is?

      there is still time for the truth to set them free..they should avail themselves of the opportunity…….

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      • Kent says:

        they COULD save themselves from Arkancide……maybe…once it’s out there is no need to kill them…….

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        • Kent says:

          ANYONE scheduled to ‘testify’ in this issue had best watch their ass….and those of their family and loved ones…..their comprades could see to their demise…..

          Red Rover Red Rover let snitchies come over…

          or you could pay the price with your lives.

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          • Kaco says:

            They will lie and lie and their media will back them and hope the American public will buy it.

            They just need to prosecute based on their evidence.

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  30. The Jimmy Jack says:

    I love Mark Meadows. He has shown a lot of integrity over the course of his career and that’s rare. I hope he makes it go NC Senate or higher someday .

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  31. bitterlyclinging says:

    Democrats are filth. Purely and simply.

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  32. konradwp1 says:

    But if you find those 5 months of texts it’s civil war.

    Far better to just jail Comey, McCabe, Priestap, Strzok, Yates, Page, Ohr & Ohr, Baker, Brennan and the rest. Tax evasion. Parking fines. Whatever.

    The “Big Ugly” is now so ugly I just don’t know what could result from full disclosure. This is out of control.

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  33. Subversion is an attempt to transform the established social order, and its structures-of power, authority, and hierarchy; this is where we are currently, this is where we have been for quite some time, we are just now able to pull back the curtain, ever so slightly, to have the vile spew forth and smack us right in the face. The State Department, FBI, and every other Federal Agency that you can think of, has its own set of actors, with their own agendas; to Dump Trump! The assumption could be than that some of these actors believe that they are preserving the United States from a Communist take-over, and why shouldn’t they believe that Trump is deeply involved with Russia in a plot to take over America? After all: 1) There is an on-going investigation for two years now that Trump colluded with the Russians to sway the election, this point has been continually hammered into their heads every night by news outlets, late night comedians, and every movie star in Hollywood; after all George Clooney and Meryl Streep are not communists, they love America! 1) Hillary lost the election which everyone knows was guaranteed to her by the media, forget the inept pollsters, (could they all have missed the mark so badly?), and lastly, the misdirected notion that it was time for a woman to be President, regardless of their past misgivings, specifically Benghazi. 3) Trump is a racist, bigot, Nazi, Xenophobe, that must be stopped now, never mind the cost.
    My friends if you look at the definition of Subversion they have already succeeded; in their own misguided ways, the two FBI love birds, and all other seemingly invisible Federal Employees believe that they are doing the right thing by subverting Trump, we have to enforce our subversion laws that we currently have on-the-books to expose what has happened to them; most do not realize they were partially brainwashed after nearly eight years of Chicago Politics-Communist Style, delivered by Obama himself.
    Signed-A Patriot

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    • David A says:

      Paragraphs are helpful.

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      • rvsueandcrew says:

        Thank you, David. For some of us it is impossible to read large blocks of text. I notice some treepers attempt to make spaces between paragraphs but they don’t succeed because they tap the “space bar” once.

        Two taps are necessary to put white space between paragraphs.

        Sorry to insert policing into this. Some of the best writing is unreadable and that’s frustrating.

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  34. TwoLaine says:

    If these CongressCritters had any sh1t for brains they would be releasing the data and court communications from the FISA court in 2016 when the Kenyan and his admin admitted they used and abused the system. They didn’t want to do that beacuse they wanted the reauthorization vote to go through. Unfortunately, now that it has, release the hounds.

    https://www.circa.com/story/2017/05/23/politics/obama-intel-agency-secretly-conducted-illegal-searches-on-americans-for-years

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  35. TwoLaine says:

    All of the palace intrigue really makes one wonder about all the ILLary “walks in the woods” stories. What Russians does she meet there? FBI/DOJ Obama/Clinton bots?

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  36. wholland50 says:

    I’m posting the following two paragraphs from thehill.com for the voters in North Carolina. You have a deep-state fox in the hen house. Vote him out.

    Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), the Intelligence Committee chairman who is leading the Senate’s Russia probe with Warner, notably differed from his Republican colleagues when asked about the missing text messages.

    “I’m not going to read anything into it other than it may be a technical glitch at the bureau,” Burr said, according to CNN. “The fact that they have provided the rest of them certainly doesn’t show an intent to try to withhold anything.”

    http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/370368-missing-text-messages-inflame-republican-anger-at-the-fbi

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    • David A says:

      He cannot be ignorant of the ongoing FBI DOJ stonewalling of congress regarding numerous related matters.

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    • We all know he is a corrupt idiot.
      But he keeps getting elected. Politics in NC is very corrupt. Karl Rove got Tillis elected by running a splinter candidate in the primary, per usual tactic. Keep an eye out for this stuff in the upcoming elections.

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      • 4sure says:

        Richard Burr is owned by the globalists. Plus, he is not very bright. that’s a fact. Tillis is also a snake globalist. NC has only had two decent Sens, in the past 100 yrs. Democrat Sen. Sam Ervin and Republican Senator Jesse Helms.

        NC has too many liberal universities that have a yuge influence on the state as a whole. And most of the brainwashed grads stay in state. They also have a large transplant population from liberal states. It’s an ideal state re. climate and topograghy. You have beautiful moutains and ocean fronts.

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  37. john Bowler says:

    There is a certain joy knowing that these scumbags know about US. They know about Q. They know we are coming for THEM and that there is NOWHERE to hide. When they close their eyes at night, they can imagine all we patriots standing outside their bedroom windows with pitchforks and torches and NOOSES. They know, deep in their dark, corrupt hearts that it is only a matter of time. Justice has come for them and is calling their names.

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  38. deplorable says:

    Mark Meadows states:

    The Carter Page FISA application (that they still won’t show us).”

    Assuming “they” is the FBI, then why can’t the FBI be forced (through legal channels) to show Congress the FISA application?

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  39. beaujest says:

    Whew,imagine if Hillary won !

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  40. Disgusted says:

    The horrible answer to the question: why did all of them, Zero and down from him, think they would get away with this plot? Answer: Because they got away with it already when their plot to unseat a sitting Supreme Court Justice (Scalia) succeeded, with NO interest shown by Citizenry, Congress or Media.

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  41. Meadows is my congress critter…just emailed him a thank you and words of support! mentioned this site…probably already knows about it.

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  42. spren says:

    Meadows, Jordan, Gaetz, man I love these guys. They restore your faith that there are still good people working for us.

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  43. Kim Kelly says:

    So the thought occurred to me that the texts aren’t really missing….this is “fake” info put out there to make Strzok & Page as well as everyone else involved think they are. Much like when police don’t disclose everything they know or all evidence they have. Obviously they (Strzok et. al. ) destroyed or tried to destroy evidence. It is better for them to believe they were successful. They haven’t testified yet and if they believe the texts are missing will be more likely to purger themselves. If Trump and the White hats are as strategic as Sundance says they are, they won’t lay all cards on the table…is this another “look squirrel” move to divert attention and allow them to believe they got away with it????? just a thought

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  44. PowerCord says:

    At what point does the Clinton Team “Seth Rich” him?

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