Controversial FBI Officials Linked To Wall Street Journal and Washington Post Leaks…

There has been a great deal of speculation about FBI Agent Peter Strzok and FBI Attorney Lisa Page leaking to media in their efforts to shape stories conducive to their pro-Clinton/anti-Trump efforts. Prior reporting showed the strong possibility Page and Strzok were leaking to the Wall Street Journal.

“Article is out, but hidden behind paywall so can’t read it,” Page texted Strzok on Oct. 24, 2016.

“Wsj? Boy that was fast,” Strzok texted back, using the initials of the famed financial newspaper. “Should I ‘find’ it and tell the team?” (link)

Some new information today, and some additional research, and we can not only confirm the prior suspicions outlined by John Solomon (The Hill) – but we also discover the actual Wall Street Journal reporter they were leaking to.

Yesterday Senator Chuck Grassley released a series of text messages between Page and Strzok (full pdf here). Within the release there is a portion of messaging where Lisa Page is identified on the phone with “Devlin” (see page #5screen grab below):

[Peter Strzok is ‘INBOX’ and Lisa Page is “OUTBOX’]

It now appears the “Devlin” in question is former Wall Street Journal National Security reporter Devlin Barrett, currently with The Washington Post.

Here’s why? On October 28th, 2016 (as above), at the exact time the re-opening of the Clinton investigation hit the media news-cycle, Page and Strzok were texting.  From the released messaging we see at 5:19pm Lisa Page is on the phone with “Devlin”:

♦Page: 5:19pm “Still on the phone with Devlin. Mike’s phone is ON FIRE.”

♥Strzok: 5:29pm “You might wanna tell Devlin he should turn on CNN, there’s news on.”

♦Page: 5:30pm “He knows. He just got handed a note.”

♥Strzok: 5:33pm “Ha. He asking about it now?”

♦Page: 5:34pm “Yeah. It was pretty funny. Coming now.”

At 5:36pm Devlin Barrett tweets:

Apparently the “per sources” reference is FBI Attorney Lisa Page and FBI Agent Peter Strzok leaking to Wall Street Journal reporter Devlin Barrett.

Looking back upon the released text messages, and comparing them to reporting by Devlin Barrett, another specific article jumps out.

On October 23rd, 2016, Devlin Barrett reported on a scoop:

“Scoop: McAuliffe PAC gave $467,500 to campaign of wife of senior FBI official who oversaw Clinton email probe” (link)

(Tweet Link) and (Story Link)

This October 23rd, 2016, “scoop” aligns with the internal text messaging discussion between Agent Peter Strzok and FBI Attorney Lisa Page who were discussing James Comey’s chief-of-staff James Rybicki recommending that FBI Asst. Director Andrew “Andy” McCabe should be recused from the Hillary Clinton investigation.

From the messaging the recusal was discussed mid-through-late October 2016:

00:52am …”if it’s a matter similar to those we’ve been talking about lately”…

It looks like the sourcing for the exclusive report by Devlin Barrett, on the controversy of Andrew McCabe and his financial connections to Clinton/McAuliffe, was again Lisa Page and Peter Strzok; key people within the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

A third likely connection related to the relationship between Strzok, Page and Devlin Barrett comes after Barrett leaves the Wall Street Journal and begins working for The Washington Post.

Barrett’s use of Page and Strzok on this story is actually quite odd because the story is about Page and Strzok.

On December 15th, 2017, after the revelations behind the Mueller investigation having to remove Agent Strzok and Attorney Page as a result of the Inspector General outlining their extreme political bias, the couples text messages were immediately part of the story.

One of the Barrett Washington Post stories was about those messages between the couple communicating via phones “that can’t be traced”.

National security journalist Devlin Barrett wrote a story specifically using “sources” to explain the context of the Page/Strzok message about phones was to hide the affair:

(Twitter Link and WaPo Story Link)

By Devlin Barrett – Two senior FBI officials who texted each other about President Trump and Hillary Clinton relied on work phones to try to hide their romance from a spouse and made the bureau’s probe of Clinton’s private email server their cover story for being in such close contact, according to people familiar with the matter.

The two officials, senior FBI lawyer Lisa Page and senior counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok, are the subjects of an internal investigation that has roiled the FBI and emboldened its Republican critics who have accused the bureau of political bias. Had Page and Strzok used personal phones instead, people close to case say, it’s unlikely their text messages would have come to the FBI’s attention.

The texts, a trove of which were released by the Justice Department this week, have raised questions about the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state and special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s probe of whether any Trump associates coordinated with Russian officials to interfere with the presidential election. Page and Strzok, who have declined to comment, were involved in both.  (read more)

In this example there’s a really odd dynamic about using the subject of the article as a source of information on the subject of the article.  “According to people familiar with the matter”, is likely to be Peter Strzok and Lisa Page themselves.

That’s perhaps the weirdest example of journalistic ethical juxtaposition in the past few months.   Again, “sources say” now appears to be reporter Devlin Barrett writing an article based on direct information from Lisa Page and Peter Strzok who were the subjects of the story.  Obviously they would have a vested legal interest in shaping/spinning that story in a very specific direction.

Knowing that DOJ/FBI Attorney Lisa Page and FBI Agent Peter Strzok were key sources for Barrett’s stories at the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, you can go through all of his old articles at both publications and clearly identify stories were Strzok and Page  were leaking to him.

Lastly, knowing Strzok and Page were key DOJ/FBI investigators on: #1) the Hillary Clinton investigation; #2) the Trump/Russia Counterintelligence Investigation; and, #3) the Robert Mueller investigation; and knowing they were leaking to the media to shape the outcomes of their own investigative narrative in each example; it makes you wonder who else within the DOJ and FBI team was also leaking to the media.

Then again, FBI Director James Comey was doing the same thing.

It seems to be a strange way to run a department that depends on integrity.

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889 Responses to Controversial FBI Officials Linked To Wall Street Journal and Washington Post Leaks…

  1. lieutenantm says:

    Somebody look at the pictures above here of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page AND TELL ME POLITICS IS NOT “HOLLYWOOD FOR UGLY PEOPLE”

    Liked by 9 people

    • There is only one photo of that guy Strzok….. Only one. Seems weird.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Harry Lime says:

      If this is true then there are a whole lot of people in Hollywood that should have went into politics…the ugly freaks! I could name names….

      Liked by 1 person

    • TexasRanger says:

      Recent Photos of FBI Lovers Peter Strzok and Lawyer Lisa Page

      FBI Investigator Peter Strzok and Lawyer Lisa Page. Strzok who was the FBI’s deputy director of counter-intelligence, was removed from Mueller’s team after an internal investigation revealed that he had sent anti-Trump messages.

      Page left the team before the texts became pubflic.

      US News Video 03:58 Minutes Jan-22-2018;

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    • Chicago->Arizona says:

      Butterbar,

      The first comment post should be reserved for critical thinking with regards to Sundance’s insightful analysis.

      Discussing pictures only serves as a distraction, which may be your intended goal.

      The texts are very telling. We have a chance to delve into the psychological makeup of the traitors.

      Bill Priestap is stressed , talks to everyone and is upset ( The last text on SCRIBD page 2). Will his loose lips sink ships ? Will he cut a deal ?

      Liked by 5 people

      • Pied Piper says:

        I thought this was an open forum. Maybe not.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Carrie says:

        Chi–>AZ,
        I concur. Discussing appearance is not helpful to the discussion. P&S truly think they are the ones pulling the strings. They talk about Andy like he’s wishy-washy; Bill is a hot head who can’t keep his mouth shut; Baker wants to take credit and can’t let that happen. I truly believe P&S really think (even to this very day) that they did this single handed, deserve all the credit, and did absolutely nothing wrong. All of this is a belief system. This is their religion. You can’t convince them otherwise.

        Hi Pete! Hi Lisa! How’s HR? Enjoying filing papers? LOL you BOTH should be cleaning Porta John’s.

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        • maxwell102 says:

          This is the belief system of almost everyone who goes to work everyday. They are indispensable to the company, surrounded by incompetents, and it’s amazing that anything gets done without them. At least that is their narrative at the dinner table.

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        • snarkybeach says:

          they both should be crafting license plates in a federal lock-up

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      • covfefe999 says:

        We’re all supposed to wait until someone posts a sufficiently erudite comment? 🙂

        I let the moderators do the moderating.

        Liked by 9 people

      • joshua says:

        if you are not a site moderator, your comment is snarky and self servingly elitist.
        why do you need to act superior on an internet blog? problems with the plumbing in your mother’s basement?

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      • MHouston says:

        I agree. Talking about their photos and their appearance detracts from Sundance’s amazing work. We need to remain professional and reserve comments to the subject matter…in my opinion.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          None the less—-the photo above shows two people that look considerably more “stressed” than the originals—–commenting on that in NO WAY detracts from Sundance’s work. Nit picky posters are as offensive to me as someone who makes a valid observation about appearance changes.

          There are so many things going on in this world–it is a shame to waste forum space with us trying to monitor small things in each others posts ! Get real folks !

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        Actually, that picture of Page above is better than the one we have seen – I want to call her “Gummy” – but then again, in that one she is smiling. I would say the pictures possibly tell a story in themselves.

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        • dutzie60 says:

          I’ve read comment (paraphrasing) by Sundance that he watches the first comment on his articles. I took that to mean he might be looking for ‘squirrel’ distractions. Just sayin.

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          • suejeanne1 says:

            Hopefully, when comments follow these in-depth articles by Sundance, they add to the discussion and understanding and do not devolve into mindless back-and-forth attacks that ruin everything.

            I wouldn’t think it would preclude observations about visual “clues” – someone happy and smiling at point, then somber and preoccupied in another. Does their demeanor give an idea of what is transpiring behind the scenes?

            Is Strozk actually in the midst of a mid-life crisis, willing to engage in an extra-marital affair and endangering his own career, the department and the country in the process of trying to impress a girl? Is he actually wearing a toupee (my Mom says the point in the middle of the hairline is a tip-off, check out others, like Bret Baier – that little point helps them to guide the toupee into the right place every time). Maybe some would say that is a superficial observation, not germane to the discussion at hand – but I only offer it as a “side bar” perhaps to his psychological makeup, that he is not really tending to his knitting as an FBI agent.

            Another thought – is it confirmed that these two were having a full-blown affair or perhaps the affair itself was a cover for the anti-Trump work they were doing.

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    • Pied Piper says:

      Stupid people, too. If these people were smart, we’d never have a chance of figuring out what they have done/are doing.

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    • Winston says:

      Page would be quite at home on cross ties to her halter,waiting in line at
      the knackers yard.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      I don’t know about that, but speaking as a woman, Strzok looks like the guy who entered middle-age and had a mid-life crisis. What’s the age difference between those two?

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  2. Angel Martin says:

    One of the great benefits of recovering the “missing” texts will be the S&P comments regarding the Mike Flynn surveillance, interview and the selective leak of parts of Flynn’s conversation with the Russian Ambassador.

    If S&P didn’t do the leak, they will likely speculate on who did,

    Liked by 19 people

    • Joe says:

      Keep in mind, they mention using email and I suspect they used burner phones (which Horowitz might have been referring to in his statement) because, even though they were reckless, they knew the government issued phones could come back to haunt them. Thinking the gmail accounts will shed far more light than even the texts.

      Liked by 8 people

    • farmhand1927 says:

      Another question that hopefully will come out, possibly in a text thread, is why Comey announced he was reopening Hillary’s case (in Oct ’16, I believe), then quickly closed it again? He’d already given her a pass, saying no reasonable prosecutor would try her case. What triggered the reopening?

      By October, these people all thought the fix wasn’t just in, it was sealed under 10 feet of concrete. Their work was done. Hillary would not just win the presidency, all her past crimes–including the ones they’d facilitated–would either never be brought up again or wound never be known.

      Then Comey pipes up in the 4th quarter and says new evidence was prompting him to reopen the investigation. Then he shuts it down again. ???

      Imagine if Hillary had won….she would have had both the FBI and the DOJ right where she wanted them. They would have to continue to forego their oaths of office and march to her tune because she had the goods on them. Sure, they had goods on her, too, but if she were in power, she’d make sure her version was believed. That’s where her sycophantic, corrupt, treasonous media would come in handy.

      Liked by 14 people

      • frank field says:

        Dear farmhand: Remember Huma’s email found by NYC police on Wieners’s lapto in “4th quarter”? Big problem for the conspiracy.

        DRAIN IT

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      • farrier105 says:

        Comey did not have to make that investigation public. All he had to do was tell the Gang of 8 in Congress secretly and he would have been covered. No one cares that Comey kept quiet about Trump investigation. For 8 months he didn’t tell Congress anything, but they leaked to Hillary’s people.

        The Deep State did things that hurt both candidates, so I don’t know what their bosses want. I can only speculate, but whatever it is, they intend it to hurt the country, so it must be exposed.

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        • Jim in TN says:

          Comey had to reopen investigation so that new data could be controlled like the old data. (60,000 is more than 30,000, so unless Huma was making multiple copies there dhould be new emails. Also even copies of old emails could be used against them if the first was obtained via immunity agreement.)

          Didn’t Strzok lead this second whitewash too?

          Comey stated that he was required to inform Congress that investigation was reopened because of his prior testimony to Congress. Wonder if that was discussed in these emails? Wonder how many times he uses himself as the moral example in his new teachings?

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          • farrier105 says:

            He is only required to inform the Gang of 8 about a counterintelligence investigation.

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          • farrier105 says:

            Oh, and it doesn’t matter if Strzok led the second whitewash or not. That has nothing to do with the point I am trying to make. Look, if these people had the election of Hillary Clinton foremost in their minds by whitewashing her even ONCE, why would Comey make the second investigation PUBLIC in OCTOBER, days before the election? This is a legitimate question that bears on just what this COVERT OPERATION is really designed to do. According to Edison Research, 18% of the electorate was undecided about the time the second investigation broke. About 40% of them broke for Trump, and less than 20% for Hillary. Comey helped bury her when he didn’t have to do it.

            Is the operation designed to help elect Hillary? I don’t think we can say that without any reservations, and this incident is one of them. This damaged Hillary big time at the worst time possible. Go in secret to the Gang of 8, and nothing happens to her.

            This question also goes to the media’s role in this—Were they really trying to help elect Hillary? By cooking those polls, for example, that made her look like a shoo-in, so many of her voters didn’t bother to go to the polls? By giving Trump $5 billion dollars in FREE MEDIA TIME? That should be enough to make Mueller investigate the media.

            https://www.thestreet.com/story/13896916/1/donald-trump-rode-5-billion-in-free-media-to-the-white-house.html

            I don’t think we can assume the idea that this was to elect Hillary as some kind of axiom. They are trying to destroy Trump, and the United States and its Constitution, but it doesn’t follow, based on the evidence, that electing Hillary was a top priority.

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      • Zimbalistjunior says:

        The rumors at the time were that the nypd and nyc office of fbi had given the weiner laptop informatio to dc weeks before and were waiting. And waiting. Until they pressured comey to make the announcement. IF he didn’t do it they would have gone to press. Comey had no choice.
        So he made a shoddy search declared no classified etc.
        have we not found that he lied about this ?

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        • Convert says:

          Yes, numerous rumors were flying about controversy and revolt in the FBI over the exoneration.

          Liked by 1 person

        • farrier105 says:

          He could have gone to the Gang of 8 in secret. Comey didn’t tell Congress about investigating Trump for SIX MONTHS.

          To understand operations like this, and this is a CIA COVERT OPERATION, you have to consider EVERYTHING, even those that do not fit the narrative we might prefer, such as electing Hillary was a key priority. Maybe they don’t trust her handling secrets after all that, so they designed the thing to put ‘Trump in, and then run him out.

          I didn’t say a plan like this is not stupid and not executed incompetently. Those are other considerations.

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      • I’ve never understood why he opened the case again. Nothing about it made sense. Did NY FBI threaten to release info if he didn’t? I remember reading that at the time.

        S & P sound very casual about all of this.

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      • MNGal says:

        Yes. I believe Comey was pressured by NYPD to address the emails found on Huma’s laptop. I imagine that ‘someone’ still has these and are reviewing them again. The case is definitely NOT closed on those!

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      • Retired USMC says:

        Comey had to..remember that it was because of the Wiener pedo texting investigation that caused Huma’s laptop to become in the focus. He didn’t have any control over that process and knew there was a good probability that there was some classified spillover on the box. He had to cover the whitewashing of Clinton’s sins.

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      • Sassy says:

        Maybe the issue of re-opening of the Clinton investigation is exactly what Strzok was dismayed about in some of his texts after Trump was elected. Didn’t he talk about possibly going to the Mueller probe to help fix the damage he’d helped to cause? This could mean the leaks about McCabe, McAuliffe, and the classified emails found on Wiener’s laptop. They may have felt they had a role in reopening of the investigation (or at least in the publication of the fact it was reopened). We know that the left believes that reopening that investigation is what caused her to lose the election. Comey was blamed for it. These two may have felt it was their fault, by giving information to the media, which caused the re-investigation to come to light.

        Gowdy discussed Strzok’s comment about there being “no there there” with a CNN reporter. The CNN reporter took that to mean that Strzok had an open mind, but Gowdy felt otherwise. He thought they were talking in the context of the impeachment of Trump. The day after the election, iirc, they were talking impeachment, but they knew there was no “there there” to lead to his impeachment (no Russian collusion and nothing else). Strozk said something to the effect that he’d be there on Mueller’s team in a minute (if he thought it might end in impeachment). Maybe they wanted Trump impeached to assuage their consciences over the leaks they believed may have helped Trump and hurt their preferred candidate.

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    • AKM says:

      Does that make their “missing” texts the S&P 50000

      Liked by 7 people

  3. mike says:

    They fed Devlin enough crap for him to graduate from WSJ to that dep state, heart of darkness, WaPo, or he got pushed out of WSJ when he became too much liability?

    Liked by 8 people

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      What liability?

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    • KBR says:

      WSJ editor in chief…who was BTW a panel questioner at early Davos summit in which Wilbur spoke…began to say WSJ reporters needed to curb their anti-Trump slant. (Some MSM say/tweet on ?orders from Murdoch?)

      Gerard cites WSJ’s history of sticking to the financial news and not being an opinionated political newspaper…🤥

      Devlin was moved to WaPo so he could continue his contacts+anti-Trump slant without WSJ being quite as openly anti-Trump.

      Some other extreme antiTrump reporters also moved to other papers.

      It has been in the news about the news for a while, with most MSM calling WSJ sellouts.

      http://www.newser.com/story/247674/wall-street-journal-editors-memo-on-trump-draws-flak.html

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      • ForGodandCountry says:

        Of course they would call the WSJ sell-outs. Liberals excel at projecting upon others what they themselves are. The MSM remind me of Arabs ganging up on Israel. They scream about Fox’s bias, while ignoring that of ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, NPR, The NY Slimes, WaPo, etc, etc, etc.

        Speaking of media bias…

        ———————————–

        https://www.fitsnews.com/2017/12/28/the-media-versus-donald-trump/

        This week the Pew Research Center released its own assessment of the mainstream media’s habitual #NeverTrumping. One of its “17 Striking Findings from 2017,” the organization compared media coverage of Trump’s first sixty days in office to the coverage received by former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

        The results were not at all surprising for those of you who believe in media bias …

        “About six-in-ten stories on Trump’s early days in office had a negative assessment, about three times more than in early coverage for Obama and roughly twice that of Bush and Clinton,” Pew’s Abigail Geiger noted. “Coverage of Trump’s early time in office moved further away from a focus on the policy agenda and more toward character and leadership.”

        By contrast, Pew found that only five percent of news stories had a positive slant toward Trump – compared to 42 percent of stories which had a positive slant toward Obama.

        Talk about being in the tank.
        ————————————–

        And

        ————————————–
        https://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/do-the-media-hate-trump-part-ii-yes-the-numbers-dont-lie/

        Even the liberal Shorenstein Center On Media, Politics And Public Policy at, of all places, the Harvard Kennedy School, found the amount of negative coverage of Trump during his first 100 days to be extreme.

        “Trump has received unsparing coverage for most weeks of his presidency, without a single major topic where Trump’s coverage, on balance, was more positive than negative, setting a new standard for unfavorable press coverage of a president,” the Shorenstein study noted.
        —————————————

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      • farmhand1927 says:

        Normal modus operandi for the Dimwits is to get the WSJ to come out against a Republican candidate. They labor under the misconception that the WSJ is our bible, that what ever comes out of WSJ is gospel to us. Reality is, we stopped trusting WSJ long ago.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Ex-WSJ reporters lead such interesting lives. This guy goes to WaPo. Two others found Fusion GPS; a couple more (I read) joined them later I confess that I am now curious about WSJ exes.

      Liked by 2 people

    • kiskiminetas says:

      Well the Murdoch’s own the WSJ which to me means this was nothing more than a lateral move from a globalist run paper to another one.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Labouroflove says:

    Nice work! Integrity indeed.

    Reading all of Barrett’s past propaganda now.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. Troublemaker10 says:

    Reality Winner was charged for leaking, why weren’t Strzok and Page?

    Liked by 6 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      What if it was their job – but off the books?

      Liked by 8 people

    • Just some guy says:

      Why not Comey?

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    • El Torito says:

      I think this has been explained – first, don’t doubt for a second that everything they do is being documented. If these 2 weasels get popped now, all the rest of the scum in the pond retreats to better hiding places. And if they are all still employed, it is easier to get answers than having them fired and lawyered up. And if employed, they are more prone to think they may skate and be less inclined to bolt the country. I’m sure their coup is still in progress…Lot’s of reasons why they still have their jobs. Easiest way to monitor them. Charges will be timed with whatever is most effective for mid terms.

      Liked by 5 people

      • farmhand1927 says:

        Interesting that Strzok got reassigned to HR. Are we supposed to take comfort that he’s hiring and firing people now?

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      • mimbler says:

        Yes, I’ve heard that explanation. It doesn’t work for me though.
        1) We are talking about the FBI. They already know they are being investigated, it’s in the paper every day for goodness sake. Charging a few would not change their knowledge of being investigated.
        2) I actually think the opposite. Actually charging a few would have people running to make a deal while they can.
        3) If you actually try to question any of the employees, they will still lawyer up.
        4) They are being left in place where we know they are removing evidence and burying their crimes.

        Doesn’t mean my take is the correct one, but it is the view I hold.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        The coup is no longer in process – it was stopped. Now this “secret society” has been in clean up mode – this part of their diabolical plan, they believe, is still on going and that they will be safe (they = above Strzok / Page – McCabe, etc) continuing to “misplace” documentation. The truth will continue to surprise them as we all march further down this path of ‘enlightenment’…. OIG already has most everything they need – over 1,000,000 (1 million) supporting documents for their Report. OIG has been on these fools since even before their investigation was official opened.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Funny that you bring up Reality Winner! The two teenage love birds actually are referencing her in their tweet on 6/3/17. The tweet reads “Subject in custody, btw. First ML arrest of the Trump era.”

      I did a quick search and per the arrest warrant the FBI questioned her on 6/3/2017.

      https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/971331/download

      https://www.cnn.com/2017/06/07/politics/reality-winner-parents-interview/index.html

      She was arrested on 6/7/16 put these two POS would have known that it was happening days in advance.

      Guess which two FBI employees will be arrested for ML in the Trump era? The problem for them is those charges will be in addition to the charge of SEDITION against the President of the USA 🇺🇸 which will lead to their execution!

      These two teenage lovers absolutely didn’t hold anything back. Just imagine for a minute what they were texting back and forth during those 5 months that they tried to sweep away and IG Horowitz was able to retrieve. We are going to read things that are going to make us sick to our stomach as well as want to grab our guns.

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Just think of the probability of thousands of others doing the same thing with texts…take away texting ability for some people and their heads would explode..

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  6. Tim Tarr says:

    Great work SD.

    Now about the crew that wasn’t so stupid as to use shop phones. Secret Society meetings??? Naw, that’s just tin foil hat stuff.

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  7. obamaclaus says:

    Love reading through the linked Twitter posts where Treepers have posted comments, also.

    These posts are an addiction for me. I can’t get enough.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. wodiej says:

    All part of obama’s legacy. While he and his “wife” were spending all of our money and trying to turn the US into a sh^thole, his arrogance led him astray. You can walk with satan. God won’t stop you. But you will bear the consequences of it sooner or later.

    I have never seen so much corruption under one president as obama. He was nothing more than a pot smoking, muslim half-breed with a low IQ and no morals or integrity. All remnants of his time in leadership should be wiped from history books and any traces left, should be destroyed. And he and his wife should be exiled from the US permanently.

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      So, tell us how you really feel….(sarc)….Bwaaaaah…nice post…👍

      Liked by 9 people

    • freddy says:

      man have I been wanting to say exactly that for a long time now. Thanks wooosh I feel better.

      Liked by 6 people

    • CBNC says:

      Hope and change – Hope and change. Soooooo much was ignored about Obozo

      Now all the new news is about PDJT possibly firing Mueller last year. One thing to another, it is very tiresome with all the attacks. NOTHING positive from all of the msm asshats. They are traitors who will not follow or investigate the real facts or even search for them unless it can hurt PDJT.

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      • Pat Frederick says:

        until I found the treehouse, i didn’t know there WAS positive news about PDJT. I suffered from battered conservative syndrome–undiagnosed–but now I am feeling much better—thinking clearly and gaining strength daily Thank you CTH!

        Liked by 18 people

        • Lunagirl says:

          Agree. This site gives me hope that they are actually going to do something about these criminals, and reinforces what I learned on election night – that there are more Americans than I thought that feel the same way that I do.

          Liked by 5 people

        • Oscar Oddpicker says:

          Pat, great post. I feel the same way. I’ll add one more extremely important CTH fact: Sundance always predicted a Trump Victory in the 2016 Presidential Election.

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          • Pat Frederick says:

            good to know–but I confess to only recently finding this site—I was wandering through many forests not seeing the treehouse until a few weeks ago—but i am fast learner and voracious reader…

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    • I’m sure I could add a whole lot of other adjectives to your statement about “IT”. My disdain for that man is something I have to curb. Not because he’s black but because of his Hatred for America. With that being said, “All remnants of his time in leadership should be wiped from history books and any traces left, should be destroyed.” don’t be like the left thinking tearing down a statue removes the history. We need this man exposed for the future of our countries sake.

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      • joshua says:

        “we should have picked our own cotton”

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      • Lunagirl says:

        Even when he was running I thought, “Please no, do not make this person the first black president. There are so many people more qualified.” It’s such a shame to have a poorly chosen individual falsely reinforce negative stereotypes. Hillary would have been similarly a devastating choice for the “First Woman President!” She is a cartoon character figure of a bitter, screeching, maniacal witch who can’t control her lech of a husband but won’t dump him because he is and always was her meal ticket. Then, the woman who wanted to hold the most powerful position in the world, fails to muster the intestinal fortitude or even common decency to show up in person to concede and THANK HER SUPPORTERS in person.

        The irony of guys like Krauthammer saying, “Well, she was probably really sad” of the First Woman Presidential Candidate!!! cannot be overstated. No, she was probably wasted and having a temper tantrum, and then collapsed on her fainting couch. Iron Lady she is not.

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        • steph_gray says:

          Thanks for the reminder – I highly prefer the original Iron Lady, leader of a then-free nation, Margaret Thatcher, as an example of a great female statesman. (How’s that for unPC but correct wording?).

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          • blind no longer says:

            I love Margaret Thatcher steph! She and Regan were quite the combo! Our first female President should be of this stature with amazing strength and courage! She was fearless.

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        • Dixie says:

          Doubt she would have ever been available for that 3 AM phone call. Her ads and phrases will follow her to her grave.

          “At this point, what difference does it make,” and “we came, we saw, he died” followed by her maniacal laughter, along with all her other misdeeds, will get her an elevator ride to the bottom circle of hell.

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      • Lanna says:

        Exposed, absolutely. And his ‘legacy’ is rapidly being erased. I would really like to see the 2 dozen or so schools named for him renamed ASAP, ditto buildings, etc.

        However, sometimes his name is used quite appropriately.

        Baracktrema obami: a parasitic flatworm species that infects Malaysian turtles and can be fatal.

        Paragordius obami: a parasitic hairworm found in Kenya near where the person he claims to be his father lived.

        Obamadon: an extinct, foot-long lizard with straight teeth.

        Caloplaca obamae: a fungus.

        Nystalus obamai: a puffbird found in western Amazonia.

        Aptostichus barackobamai: a trapdoor spider found in California.

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        • Fe -- y Esperanza says:

          Sublime art.

          May I add:

          hymenolepis barisoeteria: civilizational parasite that enters the host through a dirty bong and attached itself to the soul.

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        • Dixie says:

          I bet that’s where Barry Soetoro got his name. A joke in the beginning which has gone sour? The names are too close to be a coincidence. Especially that trapdoor spider found in California.

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    • El Torito says:

      The humane thing would be to release Michelle back into the wild.

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    • blind no longer says:

      Great post wodiej!!! I think you spoke for just about all of Us Deplorables!
      I especially like the exile part!

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    • Lunagirl says:

      No, we should Never Forget that Reagan was right. Freedom can be lost in just one generation.

      Liked by 1 person

    • pyromancer76 says:

      Maybe “low IQ and no morals or integrity. wodiej. However, you must add the most important qualities — burning with rage and hatred at the U.S. (like his parents and grandparents) and looking for any way to destroy us. Remember “dreams of his father” are about pure marxist and islamist society combined.

      He was used as a child and he was willing to be used in any and every way possible as an adult to destroy the U.S. and its freedom — and its values of caring for children and the family and freedom.

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    • kekelaward says:

      I don’t know why you’re so nice when describing that Ahole.

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  9. Joe says:

    WOW, this right here is some epic sleuthing.

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  10. jat says:

    I cannot fathom the fact that Gumby and Gump are STILL employed by the feds.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      To keep tabs on them and keep them where failure to talk to investigators under oath can lead to dismissal. Supersmart of the FBI. Wray is a good second to VSG Trump in the fine art of trapping evil people in their own web of deceit and lies and forcing them into the light.

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  11. Joe says:

    “Mike’s phone is on fire”
    Any guess who Mike is?

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  12. freddy says:

    I want to see the memo too and how much they got here from SD and posters in the know. I’m betting Gowdy just cut and pasted SD’s articles in the Big Ugly………….Between here and Tom Fitton and a few more the Congress clowns had no choice but copy it and take credit like they were doing their job….You know a bunch of RINO GOP clowns are neck deep here and sent Gowdy to save the day…Yes mama yes mam the rooster does his chicken dance………Again

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    • unconqueredone says:

      Gowdy? He doesn’t appear smart enough to even cut and paste someone else’s work. If the GOPe sent him it’s because he is dislikable, therefore expendable.

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  13. Streak 264 says:

    When are we gonna see Comey’s text messages?

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      If they are full of more self serving pious Bartlett’s Quotations or something they can keep them.

      On the other hand, if it’s good stuff like “Stork, be sure you wink at HRC and elbow her in the ribs so she knows we’re all in this together when you go “interview” her about the little “matter”” then I guess I’m ready!!

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    • beach lover says:

      Good question. At this point, Im afraid if they dont soon release the Memo, the public will cast this off as 2 rogue agents with a bias. I see little but concern for how “Andy” looks bad, or anything much on Comey with these 2. So, where’s the real beef? I’m getting impatient… I know.

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      • Zimbalistjunior says:

        Um they talk about not using the best agents to interview hrc but to use agents that will provide the best outcome. That’s pretty damning.
        Also there is a mention of mueller in the last texts which needs interpreting.
        And this is just a tiny percentage of all the texts.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        the MSM is trying to spin Andy’s bias/violation as nothing to see here, his wife was a worthy candidate, McAulliff gave her the money, not Hillary or the DNC, of course he should support his wife, move along, it doesn’t look that bad…

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      And Valerie Obama’s.

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    • Matt says:

      Shouldn’t we looking at ALL the texts from every member of the ‘small group’ ?

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  14. 🍺Gunny says:

    Whole lotta trolls over on the Presidential Thread….shot one and came over here….Later will look to see if I vanquished them…😎

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  15. Patriot1783 says:

    Who is Mike in text with “phone on fire” Flynn?

    Sounds like Bill (Priestap) could be weak link if “…he needs to learn to not talk to everybody”

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  16. ZurichMike says:

    Yeah, sure Sundance. But Russia! And tax returns. And Trump’s a misogynist who gives tax crumbs to poor people. DACA. And just you wait until you see all of the woke women and their boyz in pussy hats and vagina costumes. F-you Trump! And the big story you are pointedly ignoring is that a woman who once took part in a DNC donation raffle to give Hillary the Glorious a pedicure told my half-deaf aunt while she standing next to a Airbus 380 revving its engines for takeoff is that Trump almost fired Mueller but was stopped because someone else said he would quit and this happened 8 months ago and it was supposedly debunked but Lurlene at the local pawn shop said it is definitely true because she heard it from someone who knows “Q” and that person (not “Q”) was secretly hocking Chelsea Clinton’s wedding gown to pay her lawyer, that it (Trump’s wanting to fire Mueller, not her wedding dress) was top security so no one could know until now. Or something. P.S. Trump and all of his followers are racists. F your f-ing feelings.

    I know this is my attempt at a funny, satirical rant, but sadly the comments on my tweets (and on the tweets of others, including Trump’s), photographs of signs at the women’s protest march, and general posts on other sites are not far from the mass hysteria evinced in the paragraph above.

    Pass the popcorn.

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  17. PaulM says:

    What I’ve read says 50,000 texts between them in 5 months. Thats 10,000 texts a month, about 333 per day. If you sleep 8 hours a day and toss in bathing, eating meals and the like, there’s another couple hours minimum. 333 texts in the remaining 14 hours is about 24 texts per hour or one every 2.5 minutes 7 days a week. When did they have time to do anything that could justify the existence of their position on the public payroll? Now if you multiply this times the number of public employees…

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    • CBNC says:

      There needs to be an epic purge, the amount of money paid to these people is astronomical, the federal govt. bureaucrats are out of hand, I think we all know this by now.
      Elections can only do so much – can’t control the hired help.

      Storming the Bastille is looking more likely.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        That’s why we need Term Limits for Bureaucrats!

        10 years and they’re out…no pensions, either.

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        • Randolph Scott says:

          Best answer to end the corruption so far. How does an FBI/DOJ agent work for 150-170K a year on average and have a bank account of 10 to 30 million dollars?

          That is where we should be investigating. In fact the American Citizens should be investigating every son of a ‘barking mother’ in DC.

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    • Somebody says:

      It is stunning when you do the math isn’t it Paul. When did they work? No wonder investigations take so long. We pay these people six figure salaries, maddening. These are only texts, apparently they emailed each other, I presume talked in person and on the phone too. Did they do any actual work?

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      • forgeronthemountain says:

        And this all is not even the juicy stuff. Having the discussion of TRUMP as a cover for the affair. A spectacle. Hoist of their own petard.

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      • Randolph Scott says:

        The answer to your question is NO. Since these type of people do not really work they should be laid off permanent and their position eliminated. No pensions for anyone found guilty of any crime, lying to the American Citizens is a crime.

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      • BobInFL says:

        And its not just the time spent texting…..imagine the amount of time they spent at their desks scheming, playing out scenarios, deciding who would be best for this or that bit of subterfuge, who should speak to the Wapo today, what is the angle of the story and how to schedule the news so it has the greatest play.

        They didn’t spend any time on their jobs…..they spent all of their time on sedition.

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        • Angel Martin says:

          The amazing pettiness and triviality of so much of this:
          – big discussion if the number of FBI and DOJ personnel on the Clinton email investigation should be 2+2 or 3+3
          – “Don’t call him Andy”. They are both in a huff that people were still calling McCabe “Andy” instead of, i guess, “the Director”. “Jim Rybicki should send a memo”
          -They don’t want a special counsel to do the Clinton emails, but Strzok wants credit for suggesting that it be Patrick Fitzgerald
          – Page managed to get a redacted something from McCabe for Mueller. She wants Strzok to laud her efforts to “Aaron” (likely Aaron Zebley, Mueller’s chief flunky).

          And these are the people who are going to protect the USA from Russia.

          Putin is reading this stuff and is encouraged. But not for the reasons that the texting morons might think

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    • Fishelsea says:

      Texting/plotting the Trump take down was their full time job

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    • JAS says:

      I can describe them in on word – compulsive.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      And we’re just seeing the texts that had anything to do with the work they apparently weren’t spending much time on. The FBI is not delivering all of the personal texts. When they were doing their sexting or arranging their trysts or crabbing about their horrible spouses and how miserable they are, that probably required a great deal of focus.

      WHY ARE THEY STILL EMPLOYED?

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    • joshua says:

      well….writing duh Russia in a text does not take that long…just keep resending it…..

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  18. tvollrath66 says:

    Does anyone know who Trisha is on page 2?

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  19. H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

    The pressure here is getting too much for us older tree hangers…….there’s so much info being posted I’m afraid my limbs are going to sag and snap in the wind. Best I have some popcorn with my coffee this morning. It’ll keep everything in context.

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  20. wheatietoo says:

    From Sundance:
    “… it makes you wonder who else within the DOJ and FBI team was also leaking to the media.”
    ___

    Yes, indeed.
    And are leaking still.

    Great work, Sundance, as always.
    I saw how you’ve been tweeting directly to this Devlin Barrett guy this morning.
    Heheh.

    These guys are so busted.
    But this is very likely just the tip of the iceberg…because this has been going on for years.

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    • blind no longer says:

      So Page and Stzrok were removed from the Special Council investigation because they were caught up in the leak sting that Sessions had in place, and not because of political bias as the media would have people to believe. The media talking heads and Dems keep promoting that narrative- look how fair Mueller is, he removed them once he discovered their bias. I think the cat is out of the bag now.

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    • steph_gray says:

      It’’s worse even than leaking – they are, as sundance said, attempting to shape their story – alibi – excuse – pack of lies – to avoid their inevitable downfall – and compounding their leaking in the process.

      As Batman said, “Criminals are a cowardly (and superstitious) lot.”

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  21. KBR says:

    Media collusion/media conspirators.

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  22. KBR says:

    How apropos that WaPo motto is
    “Democracy Dies in the Dark”

    When we know that our Republic survives best in the light. The brightest sunlight.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      These elitists push ochlocracy never thinking that their heads will roll once the mob takes over. No person in their right mind would ever want democracy/ochlocracy. Oh, that’s right. Right mind. We’re watching Left Minded dweebs and noobs make fools of themselves because they have absolutely no understanding of the evolution of governance and the priceless gift of self governance! Get them out! Take their coats!
      MAGA!

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  23. IAMGROOT says:

    Doesn’t it feel after reading this that when you see or read the news you are the puppet and the strings attached to your opinions is the government media complex?

    How does this end?

    And to think Bill Kristal is fearful that Trump could blow all this up if the memo or more of this is known.

    It’s the way they have operated for 30 years = hippie govt = there are no ethics, no rules.

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  24. georgiafl says:

    Here’s a chart of some connections between FBI and the WSJ:

    https://apps.npr.org/documents/document.html?id=4360033-White-House-Framework-on-Immigration

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  25. Carrie says:

    Is the “we’ll just say we have to talk about Clinton to cover our affair ” cover story really the best story these 2 could come up with? I know we shouldn’t be surprised, but come on a little creativity wouldn’t go amiss.

    I’m wondering if McAuliffe’s role in this asisnine plot goes deeper than giving $$$ to Jill McCabe’s doomed-from-the-beginning VA Senate run via his PAC?

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    • MAGA Combover says:

      I am a bit confused…..Why would S&P leak that McAuliffe’s PAC gave money to Jill McCabe? Were they trying to get “Andy” removed from the case? I can’t make any sense of it.

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      • Angel Martin says:

        I think they were mad at McCabe, hence the text about “throwing him under the bus” related to the CF (clinton Foundation) story late in the campaign.
        https://www.wsj.com/articles/clinton-ally-aids-campaign-of-fbi-officials-wife-1477266114
        For revenge, they leaked about his wife’s campaign donations from McAuliffe.

        Note, McAuliffe was being investigated by the FBI in early 2016 for illegal campaign donations.

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      • nosyneighbor says:

        I am confused by this as well. Along with Page seemingly leaking the weiner-laptop/clinton-emails find too causing Comey to have to “reopen” the email investigation right before the election. Unless I misinterpreted the texts — but I don’t think I did. What’s the upside for “team Hillary” to have the laptop story/emails back in the press right before the election? Unless S&P were following orders from “above” to fix the Hillary investigation and this was their passive-aggressive way of rebelling? Hopefully with more text releases things will become more clear.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Carrie you are so right on how ridiculous that cover story is!

      It’s as if the terrorists at the Boston Marathon were stopped and questioned, and said, “This pressure cooker? Oh, I’m only carrying it in hopes I meet some girls who like to talk about cooking.”

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  26. TexasRanger says:

    FBI Agent Peter Strzok

    Recent Photo of FBI Agent Peter Strzok

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    • KBR says:

      What is that wrap-thing on his left arm?

      Have we gone from ankle bracelets to arm bracelets now?

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      • Super spy trench coat.

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      • farrier105 says:

        There have been no indictments, no arrests, no informations filed, no search warrants. No one is wearing any kind of monitoring bracelets, ankle or otherwise. If you can find proof of this, fine, I’ll state publicly that such indictments, etc. are real. Please don’t use “The indictments are sealed,” as proof. It isn’t proof.

        This is a race between Mueller interviewing Trump and the SC enterprise is exposed as illegitimate. We don’t have time to indulge in anything short of verifiable facts.,

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        • ForGodandCountry says:

          Could it be that any indictments unsealed prior to a termination of Mueller’s probe could be accused of being politically motivated to end it and harming the prosecution? The left is hoping for obstruction charges for sure and that might give them the angle they want.

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          • farrier105 says:

            You still have not proven that ONE of these sealed indictments is against ANY of the people involved in these violations. Those sealed indictments are not proof of your claims. If they were proof, Mueller would have to be shut down right now as to continue his “investigation” would be a waste of time. A large amount of the evidence would be considered ILLEGALLY OBTAINED, and not admissible in court.

            Find proof that the sealed indictments are as you say, but you CANNOT as they are, strangely enough….SEALED.

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        • Trent Telenko says:

          >>There have been no indictments, no arrests, no informations filed, no search warrants.

          No search warrants are required for the Feds to look at your bank records.

          This has been true since the 1930’s.

          Phone traps that record the phone numbers you call don’t need a warrant,.

          And Secret Service threat evaluation searches through the NSA’s server farm in Utah —
          which has recorded everything that goes over wire, cable and radio world wide for the last 15 years — do not require search warrants.

          In case you had not noticed, Pres Trump was replaced the entire inner Presidential protection team with ex-Special Forces, The kind of people who used “Total Information Awareness” relational data bases to hunt terrorists for the last 15 years.

          These “FBI Secret Society” yo-yo’s have tripped the Secret Service threat evaluation protocols via rumors they were planning to physically harm Pres. Trump either to prevent his taking office or while in office.

          And it gets worse. Trump was in casinos for decades.

          So Trump has his own intel sources. Commercial and natsec often overlap and he’s using that. Consider that casinos are high value Al-Qaeda/ISIS targets just like Disney World.

          He doesn’t need the CIA. And they know it and they hate it.

          Trump’s also been far more of a straight player than he looks on the surface. So the Swamp don’t actually have any hooks they can use. Far from being another Bill Clinton, which he looks like on the surface because he is a womanizer. Trump, other than his weakness for pretty women, is functionally a lot closer to Pence. Who is as ‘straight shooter’ as you can get.

          Again, the Swamp now all know that and they hate it.

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          • farrier105 says:

            This is about 10,000 sealed indictments. You still cannot prove they are against anyone you claim they are because they are…….SEALED. Your evidence refutes your argument.

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  27. Publius2016 says:

    Wow…wonder when we get to see these two take the stand…each day is another revelation in how DC Sewer operates…this “reporter” should be fired by noon today if Amazon cared about its reputation.

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  28. Pelicansview says:

    Reflexively, the Deep State assumes a defensive posture by leaking to the Times that Trump tried in vain to fire Mueller back in June. We must be led to believe that the “Specious Counsel” has been under constant attack by a president that is no stranger to criminality. The source for the scathing Times article? “Four people told of the matter.” Players’ actions are now becoming quite laughable.

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  29. KBR says:

    So, IMO most likely ID’s for
    “Mike” FBI public affairs chief Michael Kortan. (Thomas Cortan comment above)
    “Trisha” FBI attorney Trisha Anderson (one of my comments above)

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  30. Feanor says:

    So the affair was a cover for using burner or personal phones for discussing official investigations.

    Copping to a personal offense to cover for a government offense is may have been a smart choice.

    The oddest turn of events may be that Strzok was never unfaithful to his wife.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Finally! After skimming all comments to this point I get to someone who is tracking with me as to one of the most glaring questions to be looked at:

      So the affair was a cover for using burner or personal phones for discussing official investigations.”

      Was their affair a cover?
      What is the rational for Strzok & Page to simultaneously the subject AND source for the WSJ article about their supposed affair?

      Again, “sources say” now appears to be reporter Devlin Barrett writing an article based on direct information from Lisa Page and Peter Strzok who were the subjects of the story. Obviously they would have a vested legal interest in shaping/spinning that story in a very specific direction.

      Is the affair a cover story in an effort to NOT release all their text messages?
      You know all the messages that “are of a personal nature”.
      Who is the party responsible for making this determination?
      Did we not have the same issue with email messages being reviewed for the “MYE” investigation being deemed “of a personal nature” and withheld from oversight?
      Only to find out through litigation, litigation that continues to this very day, that some of them were NOT of a personal nature and in fact the business of the people.

      Is this “secret society” still participating in what seems to be the cultural practice of the 44 Admin to bypass oversight, document preservation and any other statutes in the Freedom of Information Act?

      should we all….
      https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DUQlkqNXUAAn0TB.jpg:large

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  31. Curry Worsham says:

    Were they even having an affair?

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      with all that texting when did they find the time?

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    • CheetoGuido says:

      I am beginning to question this myself. Why hasn’t the wife filed for divorce.

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    • bofh says:

      I think that’s a fair question. Maybe there are tons of more affair-related messages that we’ve not seen, but I think from what I’ve read so far there really aren’t any texts that substantiate the big-time sneak-behind-wife’s-back type of affair that we’ve been told about. It does begin to seem like the “illicit extramarital relationship” was just an attempt to cover the backchatter. Which would, of course, explain the leak to useful-idiot Devlin that hinted the opposite (i.e. “nothing to see here, just a little marriage-cheating”).

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      • covfefe999 says:

        There are many more text messages we aren’t seeing. The FBI stated that they are not allowing the personal text messages to be seen and they are redacting personal stuff out of the messages they allowing.

        So of 50k we’re only going to be seeing, what, 10k? That least 40k for non-stop sexting and moaning about their horrible spouses.

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        • bofh says:

          Very true. And yet somehow the message threads we’re seeing seem too sterile – were they that personally flawed, yet still so capable of compartmentalizing their lives that zero trace of affection or lust leaked through in the released texts?

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          • covfefe999 says:

            I wouldn’t expect every communication between the two to be filled with amorous statements. And think about this: you see a series of 5 texts, but 5 more might have been withheld due to personal content. Every other text might have been personal.

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          • I agree. Usually torrid romance leaks into most communications in some way even though it’s true we might not see direct references in the texts released.

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            • KBR says:

              We have 3 possibilities:

              1) they were having a romantic sexual affair, but we don’t see the smoochie stuff
              2) they were having occasional quickie pressure-release sex, neccessitating no smoochie stuff
              3) they were not having sex but said they were

              In any case, they texted a lot of suspicious conspiratorial stuff leading to the understanding that they were not alone in the biased conspiracy to use their positions to undermine a US election for President.

              Personally I don’t care if they f’d or did not f…
              They still f’d up.

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        • Randolph Scott says:

          I want to see the complete texts. No redactions of any kind. Absolutely none of this crap is “National Security’ material. These agencies have proven themselves to be liars therefore we can believe nothing that they tell us.

          Release the memo and the text message with no redactions period.

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          • covfefe999 says:

            I know. If these two were using their work phones to conduct their affair and it might be embarrassing to them if the texts were made public, that’s THEIR problem. Shouldn’t be ours. That shouldn’t even be a consideration. All of the texts should be fair game. And these two idiots should be fired.

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    • distracted2 says:

      They just sound like co-conspirators to me. I’m beginning to think “an affair” was just their cover.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      “These are texts between two people holding an extramarital affair and they are completely unguarded in their communication, and so we’re getting an insight into exactly what’s happening inside the FBI at the highest levels,” Johnson said. Multiple officials briefed on the text messages have confirmed to CNN that the pair was having an affair, helping to explain the large volume of the exchanges. https://www.cnn.com/2018/01/23/politics/fbi-strzok-texts-details/index.html

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Maybe she is his handler? She seems to be the “idea person.” He just goes along to get along….

      IMHO, Page was sent to Strzok for a reason. Now, the question is, by whom?

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I completely disagree with your assessment. Strzok was the pushy one, always trying to be involved, considered himself the savior of the people. I suspect Page was, at one time, starry-eyed and believed Strzok’s self-hype. Strzok is just about the complete opposite of Page’s husband who taught classes and tried to be an opera singer.

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    • ej says:

      Only hint that I saw is one of them said “we can’t work on a case together.” I assume this implies they are distracted by each other. Gross.

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      • ej says:

        BTW, when I was in lawschool, it was like highschool all over again. There was cliques, rumors, gossip, and everyone was sleeping with everyone. I am not kidding. So this sort of thing does not surprise me at all.

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        • Ziiggii says:

          you are the second lawyer to say this exact same statement that I have seen – the other is a personal friend…

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          • Alligator Gar says:

            Yes, law school was full of sexual depravity and alcoholism. Students shacked with each other and even with deans. Affairs with legal writing instructors would land participants higher grades than those who abstained. It was truly sick. I hated every minute in that cesspool.

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      • tampa2 says:

        Or, Strzok’s wife knew something was going on between them?

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        • tampa2 says:

          Sorry, accidentally posted before finished. If Strzok’s wife was suspicious, then both of them working on the same cases would expose them (in her mind, anyway).

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    • covfefe999 says:

      One more comment on this topic: please keep in mind that the FBI phones were not the only phones that these two had. If the DOJ had to review and redact personal stuff out of the messages they were sending to each other on their FBI phones, imagine what they were sending on their personal phones. Why they sent any personal messages at all on their FBI phones I have no idea unless it was just difficult for them to contain themselves and switch phones.

      Also keep in mind that they sent 50 THOUSAND text messages to each other on their FBI phones, so the total number of messages including ones they sent on their personal phones is more than 50 thousand. Have you ever sent and received 50 thousand text messages to/from coworkers or your management? IMO it’s a clear indication of personal involvment.

      Also keep in mind that what has been released to the public to review is a tiny fraction of what Nunes and others have seen, and that’s a fraction of what Strzok and Page sent to each other. I have no doubt that Nunes and the others who have seen the full set of texts released to them by the DOJ contain sufficient evidence that the two were having an affair.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        “Why they sent any personal messages at all on their FBI phones I have no idea unless it was just difficult for them to contain themselves and switch phones.”

        That right there is the give away! We now know, via Grassley’s letter, that they also had iPhones to send messages. These are ‘seasoned’ (used loosely) higher up DOJ/FBI officials. They are not dumb enough to use gov’t supplied phones to conduct their sordid affair. They would use a ‘burner’ or personal device to dispense their googly eye memes to each other away from gov’t eyes.

        YET, we are being told that the Committee has only been given those messages that are business related and NOT those of a personal nature….. hmm, Occam’s Razor anyone? Conversely, since we now know of their use of “personal” iPhones, who’s to say that they were NOT having business related discussions on those phones?

        WHO exactly are the ones doing the “review” process of these text messages?
        Since they know of the existence of the iPhones – does the DOJ/FBI or OIG have them in their custody? Have the messages on those devices been recovered?

        SIDE NOTE: I am starting to see some of the game plan that will be used later on down the road by the White Hats and it is absolutely BRILLIANT!!!

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          As long as these two jerks don’t get the Hillary-homebrew-server treatment, I am fine with it. If the investigators find one shred of secret or above information on those private phones, these clowns need to perp walk pronto.

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          • Ziiggii says:

            not my point – take the peddling classified docs out of the equation – there is a more basic issue going on that contradicts 44’s statement of “The most transparent gov’t ever…”

            The Federal Records Act… more specifically the 2014 amending of that act, H.R. 1233 was signed into law by none other than 44.

            H.R. 1233 changed the Federal Records Act by expanding the definition of Federal records to clearly include electronic records. It also was supposed to clarify the responsibilities of Federal government officials in using non-government email systems.
            https://www.archives.gov/press/press-releases/2015/nr15-23.html

            Clearly Hildabeast was trying to go around this law by conducting Department of State business on a home-brewed email system. We also now have possible proof that other officials in the 44 Admin were also behaving under the same conduct. Both were going around the law to “hide” information, the business of the people, from the people.

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  32. PS says:

    It may not be that Strzok/Page directly told the reporter they were using burner phones to communicate their affair. Perhaps in the process of leaking over time, let’s say Dev gets contacted from phone num 1 then 2 then 3, and is told then they are using burner phones so as not to be caught leaking. He may put 2 and 2 together and say their affair was on burner phones too.

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  33. TexasRanger says:

    Recent Photos of FBI Agent Peter Strzok and His Wife Melissa Hodgman

    Peter Strzok, the top FBI agent under fire for allegedly sending anti-Donald Trump texts, is married to Melissa Hodgman, an official at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

    Melissa happens to work at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. She was named associate director at the SEC in October of 2016. Melissa, an attorney, began working in the enforcement division at the SEC in 2008 as part of the legal staff. She was promoted to assistant director four years later in 2012.

    For Photos See Daily Mail Video Report 00:35 Minutes Jan-20-2018;
    [video src="http://video.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2017/12/20/1484333034231739178/480x270_MP4_1484333034231739178.mp4" /]

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    • TexasRanger says:

      [video src="http://video.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2017/12/20/1484333034231739178/480x270_MP4_1484333034231739178.mp4" /]

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    • “…an attorney, began working in the enforcement division at the SEC in 2008 as part of the legal staff.”

      Therefore, she’s an ObamaBOT.

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      • blind no longer says:

        Absolutely Red, they are all connected and then promoted!

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      • Redleg, this is really interesting because in Q’s drops he often refers to SEC and the chan guys have been trying to figure out exactly what Q is refering to with SEC… of course Securities and Exchange Commission is one of the possibilities but they all say could it be SECurity but this information you’ve given kind of points towards the SEC i e strzok and Melissa Hodgman

        I wanted to also provide you a link from last night. Jerome Corsi was on deciphering Q’s posts and is really interesting it’s very long but when you have time take a listen to it, it’s a really really good piece I think

        FYI Corsi is sure that Q is former Military Intelligence working very closely with President Trump and I tend to believe him

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      • Dixie says:

        That means they could have all been in it to together. Who here thinks that Strozk didn’t discuss FBI business with his wife? He didn’t have to hide the so-called affair from her. She probably already knew all about everything.

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    • TexasR, i just posted to Redlegleader below not sure if it will be of interest to you also just thought I’d point it out in regards to the information you’ve given us.
      Many thanks🇺🇸💖🇺🇸

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  34. Trent Telenko says:

    We now have the first name of a working reporter in the FBI’s media support wing.

    Odds are this Devlin Barrett has more connections with Fusion GPS than working for the Wall Street Journal.

    This will appear when he lawyer’s up.

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  35. joeknuckles says:

    Calling it “leaking” rubs me the wrong way. It implies truth, when in fact they are planting false stories. Can’t we just call it “planting false stories” instead?

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Calling it “propagandizing” works for me.

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    • steph_gray says:

      So true! This is why the MSM always insists on calling it “leaks.”

      It would be interesting to go back and see what they called any inside information from the Obama regime (provided there was any?). I certainly don’t remember the word “leaks” being in the news at that time.

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  36. Zimbalistjunior says:

    Fantastic work SD again. Also don’t forget that the ‘insurance policy’ text was re interpreted in a WSJ article 2 weeks after it first appeared

    The original interpretation was insurance policy referred to taking actions that would affect the election. 2 weeks later an article appears re interpreting the term as referring to enhanced investigation so that in case trump would win they could then work against him. The implication being that they did not in fact mess with the election by taking Steele dossier, surveilling trump team, leaking to press etc.
    for some reason even the good guy press and some congressmen have been using this later interpretation of the insurance policy term.
    It’s a scam. A spin pushed by strzok Page in the same way they spun the untraceable phone text.

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  37. covfefe999 says:

    I didn’t know that the photo of gummy rat face that the media usually shows is a cropped photo of her with her husband:

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  38. trialbytruth says:

    So it appears their affair was just a cover story. That would explain the lack of cooing in the text.

    I am a bit confused by treatment of Andy it sounded like they wanted him recused?.

    Also regarding Pat, plane’s SC .Why the political faith in him?

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  39. Coast says:

    “It seems to be a strange way to run a department that depends on integrity.”

    But it doesn’t. Rather it’s dependent upon an Administration and a Congress that enjoys having a powerful political tool. And not only must this stop, but all these players need to be brought to justice.

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  40. OnlyInAmerica says:

    A Strzok of bad luck.

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  41. CanadianAussie says:

    Other than Comey and the requisite resignations & re-shuffling not ONE CONSEQUENCE yet!! I’m sure justice is coming (it’s coming, right????) but given no greater group of corruptees have ever gotten away with so much, its a night n’day nail biter. #ReleaseTheMemo that I might do my laundry!

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  42. Searkreb says:

    I remember being upset when I heard they smashed all of Hillary’s phones and everyone involved had been given immunity. It’s becoming much clearer now

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  43. Jvlovesk says:

    I wonder which bible verse comey will use to justify this one. After seeing these idiot “senior doj & fbi officials” fumble through high treason, I now understand why san Bernardino and las vegas “slipped” through their fingers. It is disgusting.

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  44. churchmouse says:

    FYI:

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    • Stormyeyes says:

      remember 302’s are the summaries of statements made during an interview. This is re: Clinton Emails.

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      • Watcher says:

        part 1:Quite simply, the FBI is complicit in the Clinton email scandal and is an active participant in the cover-up of obvious criminal wrongdoing.
        part 2: the dossier complicit also
        part 3: the wire tapping complicit also
        part 4: Muller complicit also
        part 5: the cover up of 1 2 3 4

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  45. Stormyeyes says:

    Jim = James Comey (or James Baker, chief counsel of FBI, or James Rybicki, the chief of staff for Comey)
    Trisha =Trisha Anderson, maybe. I do know she was involved in Hillary investigation in some form.
    Dave = David Bowdich, associated deputy director, perhaps? He also was involved in Hillary investigation.

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    • blind no longer says:

      Who is Mike?

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    • navysquid says:

      Stormy…I took Jim to be James Baker as it would seem that would be who Lisa Page would answer / work / associate with in HER “attorney world” than Comey. Most of the time in P&S’ texts they would always refer to Comey as D for Director. My thoughts.

      I agree with your other name assessments.

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  46. Firefly says:

    Here’s a quote below Comey made just made yesterday. He has no shame.
    Russia threat should unite us, not divide us: “It’s not about Republicans or Democrats. They’re coming after America, which I hope we all love equally… And they will be back, because we remain…that shining city on the hill, and they don’t like it. “ Me (Senate Intel 6/8/17)

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    • Firefly says:

      Thomas Paine had a tweet about discussions on slicing up the fbi. One part going to Homeland security, another to DEA etc. I don’t thing this country can ever be that shining city on a hill unless the fbi is broken into pieces and scattered…

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    • covfefe999 says:

      More delusions of grandeur. Like Strzok, Comey thinks that US citizens are stupid defenseless babies and only he can save us. He knows better than everyone else. I’d like to put Strzok and Comey in a room and have them duke it out for the title of Great Protector. 🙂

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      he is suicidal

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  47. TribeGal says:

    Strzok and Page weren’t having an affair.THAT is their cover story, not the other way around. Who the hell “leaks” their extramarital affair to the media? They planted that story to cover for their closeness and frequent communications. There’s no evidence of emotional involvement, no pillow talk.

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  48. repsort says:

    Who else was leaking???
    Anybody and everybody who lacked integrity, had personal ambitions and a political axe to grind in possession of info they could pedal to these so-called “journalists”. It’s obviously become a favorite tool.

    re: Text messages
    I think we have to assume that there is a LOT of misinformation in these Txt messages. These agents are morally bankrupt bastards, but they aren’t stupid. Be careful about leaning on every word here like it’s absolute truth.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Agree. Look for patterns. The texts are puzzle pieces without meaning unless put into some context with these criminals’ actions.

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    • Old Lady says:

      It’s what Godless people look and act like. Our problem in this nation is that we have said no to God.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        You hit the nail on the head with that one. Nobody feels like anybody is watching. This may be why it’s easier to subvert intelligence people first – they’re practiced in “getting away with things unseen” – or so they think.

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      • rf121 says:

        Generalize much? I could produce a shopping list of people who have done worse in the name of God. And of people who made good choices in their lives just because they were raised to do the right thing.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          You misunderstand the point. Of course there will be people who wrongly use the “name of God” to try to justify their misdeeds. However, the point is that people who lack an objective moral authority, above their own hedonism, will inevitably fall into destructive behaviors and failures to recognize binding commitments.

          When you say people do good, “because they were raised to do the right thing” what you’re really saying is they have internalized an objective value system. While individuals can come up with their own fully formed, long-term, viable value system, it is unlikely that it will be objective, tested by a long history, or have a sufficiently broad base of adoption to be considered in any way authoritative–in short, just because you or I say so, usually ain’t good enough.

          People can pervert even Jesus’ and His Apostles’ clear guidance, but the guidance isn’t really perverted, the people are. Stick to the objective, written guidance of Christ and we can’t ever go far wrong. Let ourselves rule ourselves and we’re pretty much guaranteed to mess up and badly. There are plenty of people in jail who were raised to do the right thing, but instead, did wrong.

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          • All American Snowflake says:

            “All have sinned and come short of the glory of God.” Romans 3:23

            “Sin” is a Greek word that means “missed the mark” as in “I didn’t get that quite right.”

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        • Old Lady says:

          That is possible always. Faith is not an argument I engage in. Experience convinces, and not all get that opportunity.

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          Sure, RF. There are people who claim to be Christian, and are not. Plus, people who are, but are not putting this into action in their lives. That is just human nature, and why I and others who believe in Jesus and the Bible realize it is important to sustain focus day to day. And, that is why we love to get to church at least weekly. This is a frank theme in the Bible, OT and NT.

          Also –
          I have observed that there are non-religious people who “do good.” But look back one generation, maybe two, and you will see the influence: parents or grandparents living a typical, normal, moral, God-enlighted life.

          Then, look one or two generations downstream. You see their kids with “failure to thrive” as adults, drugs, extended adolescence, above – average rates of mental disorders, etc.

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          • All American Snowflake says:

            Some people “do good” simply because they are intelligent enough to see that it is in their best interest to do so.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Hammer of God, meet nail of sin! Look at these people–they’ve turned their backs on every moral imperative, every commitment; their only rudder is their own immediate pleasure. Consequently, they have no more guidance or authority and might even be worse than a heroin junkie, since they’re not just destroying themselves. They’re harming many more, even the whole nation. Sadly, I’m not betting they’ll ever really come clean. Still, we can rightly pray that they will be convicted (in the criminal and spiritual senses), repent, and turn to God, where they will find love and joy, not just tawdry, guilty, ephemeral pleasure.

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        • All American Snowflake says:

          Not too sure spiritual conviction is likely to happen at this point for corrupt & conniving FBI agents. There is a point of no-return. Romans 1:29 calls them reprobate. But perhaps if they had 10-years in prison to think on it — who knows.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I agree. I slept on this last night, and was thinking almost exactly the same thing. I had a dream about it, even! I’m finding this evidence (physical) that looks normal, but it’s not – it’s highly constructed to LOOK normal and it even IS normal, but it’s not. It’s SUPPOSED to look normal. And I keep trying to figure out why somebody would FAKE normal.

      They knew these people were leaking. And they’re leaking in ways that maybe even seem *balanced*, overall. Why? That would be true if leaking was normal, but it shouldn’t be normal. But I think it was intentionally allowed by somebody (COUGH) to become normal.

      I’m starting to think the leaking has some far deeper purpose – possibly even psy-op. One possible purpose could be related to the “Comey false balance” – the tortured judicial idea that FBI and DOJ have to be “even-handed” between Hillary and Trump – so there needs to be a balance of leaks. This may be a pernicious poison idea from DOJ and the Holderettes, Tricia and Loretta. That would also fit in with basic spook disinfo practices, where confusion is necessary, so it might appeal to the counterintelligence people, DESPITE being pernicious. So they ALLOW leaking both ways, and maybe even ENCOURAGE IT. Perhaps that was a handler job of Page, to encourage leaking by Strzok. Then, into that mixed leaking, the BIGS like McCabe can overall weaponize against Trump LATER. They push Hillary through now, in what seems like a “balanced” process, and then count on some process (I’m thinking Mueller) to take out Trump later.

      Another point is that bias creeps in because they were obviously NOT going strictly by the law and the rulebook – that they just allowed all kinds of lax thinking to creep in AT THE TOP, followed by lax behavior. This is why they seem so oblivious to Hillary’s crimes – it’s just NORMAL to them. Corruption is just NORMAL. Changing terminology that changes legality – amazing stuff – NORMAL. Affairs in intelligence – NORMAL. And into this chaos they can inject soft bias that is so typically subtle and communist. Bend around the corner and Hillary is in.

      Corruption precedes communism. In the soft chaos of disorganized error, the harder spear of organized error forms and asserts itself.

      Another thing I thought of last night is the “MYE” (“Mid Year Exam”) nomenclature. That name bugs me, and I figured out why. It’s BIASED but in a very calculated way, which I’m sure was intended to influence. Think about it. You can’t actually FLUNK OUT on a mid-term. Even if you fail it, if you ace the final, you get an OK grade, and if you do ANYTHING passing on the final, you pass. The whole thing presupposes that she makes it to the election. But it’s very subtle. Who came up with the name? It’s very psy-oppy.

      I think I know why Frank Marshall Davis Junior is lawyering up. This stuff is NOT recoverable, even by the tainted Mueller process. And I think they know why – that somebody ratted it out deeply a long time ago. And if THAT is right, there may even be layers of the plan that will absolutely blow people away, and they know Trump knows. Hence the Dems freaking out and saying that people can’t see it, and Fake News constructing the Fake World – so that enough people will turn away from The Shocker to spare some The Needle.

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      • shannynae says:

        Fascinating analysis and food for thought. I especially appreciate the last paragraph and I wholeheartedly agree that corrupt people that act and think in a corrupt manner don’t know that it is corrupt because they have no moral compass.

        BTW…Can I have your brain when you are done using it? Haha…good post, thanks, Wolf.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Wow! Nicely done! I doubt that their leaking was as fully planned and purposeful as you posit at the outset, but it maybe. I also doubt that there was much pre-planning for the Mulehead SC investigation, since they could not know whether and to what extent Sessions would recuse himself. So Mulehead’s involvement was, I think, the natural consequence of the preceding “soft chaos of disorganized error” and is the first jab of the “spear.” Big question now is, does the spear have a point and/or can it be broken or turned back on the cabal?

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I think the spear of Mueller will fall apart – that SOAP (what we’re seeing now) is going to vanish it and dissolve it. We now see the true reason they stacked the process – it WAS a spear. Weissman – the others – so many conflicts of interest. This is amazing – a truly corrupt SC, laundered out of the prior administration’s corruption. It’s all rather breathtaking.

          Part of the reason I think there was long-term planning on Mueller, is that I read a really brilliant theory of Sally Yates and what her role was SUPPOSED to be.

          Sessions was ADVISED by the Obama DOJ embeds to recuse, so he did exactly what was expected. But what was supposed to happen was that Trump would protect Flynn, and they could have Yates fully weaponize DOJ against him. Instead, Trump out-predicted HER and made her give him all the excuses he needed to fire her when her knee jerked on the “travel ban”.

          THAT was thus the fatal breakup of their plan, and thus led to the “body language” video of Susan Rice on the hot seat for unmasking, which they never suspected could happen, because Trump was supposed to be at the mercy of the media, Nixon-style, at that point.

          It’s over for them. A third of the country knows that they are TRULY corrupt, and that their Mueller process is rotting fruit of a poison, alien tree. They either let us uproot it and truck it away, or we napalm it. Either way, it’s over for the infiltration and their plot.

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        • trialbytruth says:

          Dayallaxeded

          I think Session recusal was absolutely predictable.

          He and Trump both ran on bringing back the rule of law. Sessions did not have to consult with anyone. He could not ethically investigate a campaign he was a very active party in.

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      • Winston says:

        Perhaps, just perhaps, there are some honest people(not many) that are very unhappy
        in the IC with the mass murder of our fellow citizens for power and money.
        Maybe they finally realized they were working for Evil, not Good as they once thought.
        Maybe they had a catharsis,a decade ago and have been planning ever since to expose
        that evil, one step at a time, because people would think them mad if it was released
        all at once.
        Maybe , a thought to keep you awake tonight as well.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Yup. Oh, I can imagine there were people who knew bad stuff was taking over. That something was not right. And you are absolutely right about the “people would think them mad if it was released all at once”, because the other side had created a culture in which people would think any one individual was mad if they released even TIDBITS from their own corner of the world. THAT stuff is beautiful, pure science. True in the small, true in the large – the very pattern of the fundamentals. We are up against the SCIENCE of SUBVERSION.

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        • All American Snowflake says:

          Ed Snowden comes to mind. But he had the courage to leave.

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      • El Torito says:

        These FBI creeps have gone from attack posture to being completely surrounded. The criminals left in place are there to be human shields to their cowardly bosses. They are only now beginning to suspect they may be royally screwed, after years of “I see you, but you don’t see me.” Never, not once did they dream the tables could be reversed. Imagine the shock when they saw OIG recovered the missing 5 months of texts – within 24 hours.
        I suspect there’s a whole lot of canarys lining up to sing. I also doubt DJT will ever let Mueller interview him – he was gaslighting him knowing Mueller will be recusing or closing as the dam breaks wide open. I’m betting right after the SOTU. Then all “Obamagate” 24 hrs a day through the midterms. Implosion in 1 week.

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      • Old Lady says:

        Love the FMD jr. reference.

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      • navysquid says:

        Something to ponder on…thanks for sharing Wolfmoon

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      • All American Snowflake says:

        I thought I saw the Devil rubbing his hands together in glee, smiling and saying, “‘Normalize corruption’. I like it.”

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