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. 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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  2. Roger that! says:

    Reading the way they are talked about in these texts, if I were McCabe or Rybicki I would be apoplectic about these two love birds (not to mention that these work “friends” now turn out to be the downfall of “my” career) – watch them now turn on each other. Folks, if you have not learned that there is a real problem with being two-faced / and a gossip (in my mind there is really no difference), please learn this lesson now. Mama said if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all and keep your darn opinions about other people to yourself.

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    • Minnie says:

      Exactly! If you can’t say something nice …

      As for them turning on each other, here’s hoping.

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    • ej says:

      LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS

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      • ej says:

        With that said, I don’t have an issue that the love birds were gossiping with each other. But if you are going to do it, DO IT IN PERSON. This is beyond dumb. I honestly can’t believe they still have jobs, their judgment is terrible.

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        • Not saying they were not having an affair, I haven’t seen any evidence except a statement they were having an affair. In one of the texts in the release, I see where one tells the other to go home to their family. A text says,…Family is the most important (or something like that in the large release yesterday), that is not what someone having an affair tells their paramour, generally. Neither spouse seems to be upset, or has left, made a statement. All seems peachy for both partners with their married partners.

          Perhaps the affair is/was a cover story for all the texts and Time they spent together. Page seems to have the upper hand in directing Strock, and I believe it was her telling Strock to go home to his Family. Perhaps they have jobs, because the cover story was to appear or just say they were having an affair to cover all the communication.

          Have we seen texts that showed they were having an affair. I haven’t seen them or maybe I missed them.

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          • Ziiggii says:

            no there have been no texts released “of a personal nature”….. and I agree with your thinking. You are on the correct track IMO

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              I agree – I see THREE possibilities now, still unresolved.

              Real “meaningful” affair, and NEVER mentioned in texts, so Strzok won’t lose CI job.
              Fake affair, cover for something.
              Purely physical affair – 100% fun both ways – coworkers with benefits.

              The latter allows the seeming dichotomy of “go home to family” – it’s not a lie. There is zero intention of a marital breakup – there is just lowered inhibitions and into the sack they jumped, and BOOM – compromised. Strzok retains self-image of family man, good husband, good FBI agent, but he’s TOAST later when they need something big.

              I think the latter is something that has been used in corporate takedowns as well. Top dog men with a power fixation want to reap in all the bennies, and GIRLS are one of them (e.g., Beelzebubba, who said as much, loving the JFK legends). This is why Page isn’t needling him to stay away from the wife – she has ZERO intention of marrying this guy. The only question is whether she is just loving the attention, or loving her job.

              We keep thinking of RUSSIANS or CHINESE subverting these guys – that it “could” have happened – so risky all these openings that COULD have been exploited..

              No. The openings WERE exploited. We are BEHIND and missing what already happened. This is US subverting US. It’s OUR resources turned against us internally. Once you see that it’s like an invasion – where the landing and attacking forces now look like US, because it’s so slow – well, very hard to un-see it.

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              • Ziiggii says:

                the frog in a boiling pot

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Yup. Oh, heck – that whole agency top was frogs in a heat bath.

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                • Ziiggii says:

                  I think the temperature has been turning up on these frogs for years not months…. maybe even a decade or more!

                  June 2015 was when the water was real hot and all the sudden started boiling Nov 2016….

                  Joe Dan needs to do a Frog leg Dinner for everyone! ***ribbit*** 🐸

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  LMAO! Oh yeah!

                  FBI = Frog Basting, Inc.

                  “Cooked alive, for your pleasure!”

                  Agreed – years, not months. Continuous curve – the whole thing has been under continuous assault. Things got REALLY bad starting under Beelzebubba, no doubt. He was the one who really subverted A LOT.

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                • Ziiggii says:

                  But it’s the White Hats who have been turning the temp up for years… POTUS is one of them and has been part of the plan even before coming down the escalators in June 2015.

                  The plan has been in place for a LOOOONG time

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  The way I see it, the black hats took control of the hot-pot dial and even the plug and breaker box in the room. But the white hats took control of the power supply behind the walls, and the back of the box, and started reading the currents and voltage drops to the point that they had radar in the room, and sonar in the hot pot. They controlled what went to the plug, and what went to the pot. Then they controlled the air conditioning, heating and lights. And the black hats had no idea.

                  Ain’t no way the bads are getting out of this. Not without way more justice than they bargained for.

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          • blind no longer says:

            I agree issack, I cannot imagine telling the “apple of my eye” that family was the most important thing and to go home. That would require them to have some measure of a moral compass. If you are having an affair and plotting to take down a sitting President you obviously lack that kind of moral compass and decent character!

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Yes. She is WORKING this dude. She doesn’t want to steal him away. She’s not at ALL bothered by the fact that he’s going to be with the wife and not her. She is either just having fun, the affair is a lie, or she has compromised him on purpose.

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              • MM says:

                This would explain the President tweeting about Strzok and his mistress.. He knows the truth about those 2……….

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              • Alligator Gar says:

                Agree, Wolf. Page appears to me to be the “black widow.” I know some knowledgeable posters disagree with my assessment, seeing Strzok as the leader in the relationship (of whatever kind it was, who knows?), but I am sticking with Page as either a honey pot or a temptress into evil and loaner backbone,

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  You know what my first reason to suspect her was? That “big gums, big smile” picture. She looked like an extremely interesting “type” I had seen before, and always felt had been used for three-letter purposes. My thought at the time I had first suspected this type was “I get it –
                  totally. But this can’t work on foreigners. So who’s it supposed to work on?”

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              • El Torito says:

                I’ve mentioned a few times that I thought a lot of her mssgs were “leading.” She is a lawyer, ferchrissake and he’s pathologically narcissist

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Oh, it’s unnerving to watch what she’s doing.

                  What I want to know is what contact she has with Trisha B. Anderson. THAT is the key to seeing if they are working both sides from DOJ.

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          • I agree. There’s no simmering passion that exists in communication when you’re consumed with another person.
            No connection.
            It’s not that they couldn’t be the world’s most boring affair. But no one had said they were having an affair, I’d never guess it, except for the amount of time they apparently spent. (that’s another thing… 50,000? Really?)

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            • blind no longer says:

              Yes and the fact that Strzok was leaking to CNN. CNN then says oh yes we have confirmed they were having an affair, which explains the large numbers of texts to each. CNN explaining the cover story for them and others in the government. The text messages prove Strzok was leaking to CNN and Page to the Washington Post….and who knows who else.

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          • Mashall says:

            Remember how the percentage of the population shrugged off the Clinton Perjury and Obstruction of Justice Impeachment Charges with the “everybody lies about sex?”

            …”Page was castaway on an island of loneliness and was bravely saving Strzok, who was trapped in a loveless marriage. Absolutely anyone else in the same situation would act to conceal and hide their magic secret of passion and the connection only soulmates could have.”

            “everbody lies about sex?”

            Nauseating, aint it.

            ANYTHING TO COVER THE TREASON AND GLOBALIST ESPIONAGE

            Good Insight Wolf!
            Stay on it Sundance!

            Onward to Victory!

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            These people don’t have the depth of character to have a “romantic affair.” They’re hedonists, pleasure-seeking animals and little more.

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          • Sunshine says:

            I agree. Nothing indicates a romantic or sexual involvement.

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            • Mashall says:

              Their affair may be a ruse to lie and cover-uo communications.

              “remember, everybody lies about sex.” Excuse.

              That excuse prevented the blocked the political will to Remove Bill Clinton. Who was guilty of much, much more wrongdoing.

              Even Shumer himself stated “we believe the president was less that truthful under oath, but don’t believe that rises to the level of removal from office.”
              Spit

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      • Old Lady says:

        Their loose lips are not the problem, but they were part of the reveal and solution. The problem is their black hearts.

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    • Hotlanta Mike says:

      Why are we not seeing text messages from the other targeted operators in the DOJ/FBI? Those might be even more devastating…

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      • fabrabbit says:

        I don’t think they were so juvenile as to text each other.

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      • fabrabbit says:

        I don’t think they were so juvenile as to text each other.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        we will – remember one of the letters states that they have other messages of DOJ/FBI officials

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          If your “pot of frogs at the top” theory is right – and I think it is – we WILL see more of this stuff in the top, and frustration below, with THEIR work and decisions being overturned. There will be thin teams of cronies and hacks assigned to important tasks, with predictable outcomes being pre-determined, and experts below being over-ridden. Good long-term performers slandered and NOT getting ahead, while people who kowtow to the corruption rising up to become part of it.

          I think a lot of professionalism was chased out of the top. With each reduction, the new people coming in have lowered expectations – to the point that people go “Wow! This place is like Google! Can I bring my dog?”

          OK – maybe not that bad, but I’m just not seeing people asking the right questions. Changing “gross negligence” that came from the BOTTOM UP to the term “extremely careless” that came from the TOP DOWN is just an absolute lack of professionalism.

          You know what professionalism would have looked like? Comey stating that three independent teams from different offices ALL came to the conclusion there was gross negligence. I think part of him wanted to go there, but REMEMBER how much of a straitjacket Comey was in when they let him talk to the press back then? It was like Stubs Loretta had the Tallboy on a leash with a gag in his mouth. Why, it reminded me of that sheriff in Vegas!

          How quickly we forget. DOJ was running this operation. SO we need that Tricia gal pulled into this. I will bet that what she told people – NOT ON PAPER (that’s Paperless Loretta’s main trick) – will be EXPLOSIVE. She’s gotta be a sharp one, since she was a fave of Holder. Bet she’s red diaper, too, or fellow traveler.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Added note – is the corrupt DOJ infestation letting the FBI take the heat here? And I mean in ways far deeper and more cunning than what the Lovebirds speculated about, which was just normal interagency blah-blah-blah?

            I THINK SO.

            THINK BACK to “Comey on a leash”.

            THINK BACK to “IRS Scandal, Not DOJ Scandal”, which was one of Sundance’s greatest epiphanies.

            Is Roosterhead helping deflect from DOJ, where the REAL problem is? Is THAT why the FBI is being thrown to the dogs? To keep the focus OFF Crooked DOJ?

            Kinda thinking that may be the case. I want to see Roosterhead pecking BLOOD in irreversible quantities from the Obama/Holder/Lynch/Anderson DOJ before I call that boy back on our side.

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    • JMC says:

      “If you can’t say anything nice about anyone…sit right down here by me!” I forget which celebrity wag (a female, I seem to recall) said this decades ago.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Roger, agree. Every day more and more coming forth. Fantastic reads on this site daily and keeps up informed and up to date. Just can’t wait until the Trump hammer strikes them down and out and hopefully so will some Congress committees, but these I doubt as many involved in bringing America down. Reads like a great mystery book. Thanks again and again, SD.

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      • Winston says:

        You may wait in vain.Just as you never read about the failed military coup against FDR,
        deals were made, and it was buried deep.If the truth had come out there would never
        have been any Bush presidents.Sons and grandsons of traitors are not going to get
        elected president.
        “History is a set of lies agreed upon”.Some Frenchman.

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    • iwasthere says:

      Felt the same about the outing of McCabe – like shoving the head show girl down the stairs to make room for advancement. Not surprising that a Comey managed organization would foster a jar of scorpions – this was not a meritocracy organization but fealty driven advancement. Probably started under Mueller.

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  3. Honest Abbey says:

    I just want to point out that the “Missing 50,000 Texts” is somewhat of a misnomer.

    People seem shocked at that number:

    *** Fifty Thousand ***

    The reality is, that number needs to be reduced by HALF right off the bat.

    When a text is sent, it is tallied TWICE…….once as “sent” and once as “received”.

    If you look at your own text log from your service provider, you will probably be a little shocked at the amount of texts you have sent/ received in just one day.

    My husband is a simple man and his texts usually consist of a single word, maybe two words if he’s feeling chatty, but his text log is pages long every month. We can easily exchange 20 texts in about a minute but remember, that number is doubled because it calculates the 10 texts I send and the 10 texts he sends as 20 texts on both logs.

    I’m not in any way attempting to justify the texting between the two corrupt FBI agents. I’m just trying to put it into perspective so that we stand clear of getting roped into the FAKE NEWS MATRIX.

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    • Gary says:

      Honest – I been thinking the same…someone said like 68 text/day…that’s not that many. that’s about as much as a 10 minute phone convo, maybe 5 minutes. but also, the 50,000 doesn’t include the missing texts from what i understand, so it’s probably more like 80,000. still plenty of fodder given the timeline of the lost and found texts. But here’s what I don’t get: why say they are missing when it’s obvious they would be found so quickly and easily? Unless we shouldn’t be so confident in our grand assertions, i.e., how do we know Rogers/Horowitzi are really our backstops? Most people look out for #1.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Understood, but I’ve noted they have other device exchanges as well. These are just texts from a certain period of time. Emails, chats, iMessage, even phone conversations exist. What is clear is that there was an active effort to undermine the Laws upon which all of us supposedly live under. This isn’t politics as usual, but the use of the highest levels of government to interfere with free and fair elections – protecting Hillary (and others) from the long arm of THAT LAW.

      BTW, we shouldn’t let them call this “Obamagate” or “Hillarygate” – using the word scandal plays into the media’s hands of it being a nothingburger and serves the purpose of undermining the seriousness of the criminal activity. Not a good idea.

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      • blind no longer says:

        Great post Ladyp. since I don’t have a LIKE button- LIKE!!!!

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      • H&HC 2nd-16th says:

        You are correct Bird Lady! It’s sedition or treason. What do you prefer?

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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.”

        you are so correct – it is exactly what SD has been harping for 2 weeks!

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          I think it was not passion that drove them to text indiscriminately. In my unlearned opinion, it was hubris. They did not consider that their texting would ever see the light because “She” was going to win. This pair of conspirators will soon know Nemesis on a first-name basis, lolz.

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          • Ziiggii says:

            actually looking back it seems I posted the incorrect quote I was going for… I was trying to quote:

            we shouldn’t let them call this “Obamagate” or “Hillarygate” – using the word scandal plays into the media’s hands of it being a nothingburger and serves the purpose of undermining the seriousness of the criminal activity. Not a good idea.

            that is “exactly what SD has been harping for 2 weeks!”

            I know that changes your reply to me, but corrects my reply above and also makes more sense. Not sure what happened above…. IC playing games with my machine again

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    • jbrown says:

      Excellent point Abby. Here’s a “like”.

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    • I think the same logic can be applied to the “four phones” that were obtained. If both Page and Strozk changed phones once the “glitch” was discovered, then each would have had two phones over the course of time in question. Some people have been assuming they had two phones each simultaneously, but I think it may very well be that the phones they transitioned to are being counted.

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      • Alison says:

        They indicate they are phone with other individuals at same time they are texting each other. Is it possible to do both simultaneously with one phone?

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        • I would imagine they have offices with office phones. Also, I could probably talk to someone and text on my Galaxy S7, since I’m pretty sure you can look up stuff while you’re talking. I’ve never needed to text while talking so can’t really say. I just think it would have been pointed out that they had multiple phones simultaneously if such was the case.

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          • Alligator Gar says:

            I’ve seen people chatting on their office line, texting on their personal device, and e-mailing a colleague at the same time. Wonderful multitasking. /sarc

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      So 50,000 automatically goes down to 25,000. Then we keep whittling away, until it *maybe* amounts to who really knows? I don’t care if it was 10 texts a day. It was all personal plotting, on OUR phones.

      The very first thing to happen is their phone privileges should be suspended. Then, they should be hung.

      Nevertheless, I think we should continue to hammer away with the 50,000 number. It’s a nice, round figure. Pound it into the sheeple’s brains until they accept it.

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    • beach lover says:

      Agree. I want to know how corrupt McCabe and Comey were. Maybe they didn’t text like these 2 did, but there has to be more emails or correspondence about or from the others on their “team”. It may be held for other reasons from being made public, thinking showing these 2 is just the start. Like a prosecutor setting up his case, he doesn’t use the most explosive argument right off the bat. But, use something like an affair, to grab the public’s attention.

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  4. mimbler says:

    I know most of us are focusing on Strozk and Page, but what stuck out to me in the texts, is the WSJ was using them as unnamed sources to put out a story that their burner phone texts were actually innocent and taken out of context.

    What kind of journalism is that? To use explanations offered by the suspected criminals and publish them as if from a neutral source. I knew WSJ was biassed, but this is pure, intentional partisan driven propaganda.

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  5. blind no longer says:

    We need to see the info on Fusion GPS and who they were paying in the media.

    Liked by 5 people

    • farmhand1927 says:

      Reportedly, Fusion GPS is still investigating Russian collusion. Who is paying them now?

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    • Winston says:

      You’re missing the point my friends.
      The people that own the press also own the FBI and CIA.
      It isn’t we ‘the people”, or the photos you see of the supposed bosses of any of these organizations.
      They all have bosses as well,people you never want to meet even in your worst nightmare.
      This is only the outer skin of an huuuge onion.
      I’ve though long and hard on this since I discovered the truth, I still have no thought
      on how to destroy them, without destroying us as well.
      They will just replace the cast of paid help, and nothing will change unless we do though.
      They say the eyes are the mirror of the soul.
      Have you looked at Mueller’s eyes, ignore the faked facial expressions.He and Soros could be brothers from another mother.Their bosses have the same dead eyes,completely
      dead.

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      • Brian says:

        Yes. And Mueller has not aged well either. It’s like the evil inside him is transforming his face.

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        • Gary7 says:

          Mueller’s face has all the humanity of the commander of an Einsatzgruppen.

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          • Winston says:

            He has nearly as many murders as well.
            No way I’m telling you that truth yet, I’ll just say DJT knows it, but even he dare
            not reveal it.It would tear the country to pieces and the deplorable’s would
            sack DC ,after using every cherry blossom there as a hanging tree.
            Still wouldn’t get the real cuplrit’s, only the accessories,but the law makes little
            distinction for murder.

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      • Hotlanta Mike says:

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        • Convert says:

          Amen. Just imagine if the tables were turned and this was a Repubs administration weaponizing intelligence against an Obama or Clinton. The info — all of it — would have already been leaked, the press would have been in full warpaint for truth, justice, and the American way, and people would be resigning right and left. The one-sided unfairness of it all is just unbelievable.

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          • El Torito says:

            I just believe it’s a waste of time to go on about what is fair like that. We need to just keep stabbing forward while we have them on their heels.

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        • Sassy says:

          Huge repercussions. But the powers that be ALLOWED it to happen, to develop, to continue over the 8 years of “Zero’s” administration. Now there will be hell to pay. They should have nipped it in the bud. Instead, they worried about his “legacy” and upsetting his supporters. 10 to 1 he was never eligible for the office in the first place. Anybody seen that birth certificate?

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      • Old Lady says:

        Jesus Christ is our only hope, the only solution. We cannot battle evil apart from him.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      ^^^THIS!!!^^^ Was just thinking it would be so great if during the time before the FISA abuses memo is released, we could get this absolutely essential information and even some immediate action by LE action against the paid Misleadia/Enemedia/5th Column-4th Estaters’ payola. In all likelihood, the fake journos will be the weakest links–they can always whine credulity and “everybody does it,” while having to give up the lying, leaking, bribing criminal sources to avoid jail time.

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  6. farmhand1927 says:

    Glad to see Terry McAuliffe is getting deserved coverage now. He and Thrill Up His Leg Chris Matthews had a good laugh recently. Matthews asked McAuliffe what he’d do if President Trump stood over his shoulder during a debate as they claim President Trump did with Hillary.

    McAuliffe said he’d ‘put him on the floor’. Here’s hoping ol’ Terry finds himself on the floor looking up, wondering what happened, before this is all said and done.

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  7. What about the fact that a Russian Agent (Fusion was being paid by Russians) was allowed access to the NSA upstream collection?

    Liked by 6 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Russian citizens are not Russian agents.
      The propaganda warps the word usage to convince people that Russians = Russian Federation officials.

      Do we think Americans are American government officials or agents?

      Sloppy thinking to equate the two.

      Same with Putin’s circle and Putin’s banks. Sloppy thinking and word usage.

      Research the formal names and you will see that they have zero connection to RF government or Putin.

      This indefinite usage of words is deliberate by MSM and Russophobes. It leads to sloppy thinking by the readers.

      Do you really think the people who went to Trump Tower were sent by the FSB or Putin?
      Then you are naive x 1000.

      Do you believe Russia is so incompetent with its tradecraft of espionage and infowar that the bozos in the MSM could uncover it, all the while the IC cannot prove it? How do you rationalize one with the other?

      Think clearly by parsing the words in the flow of bullsh*t thrown at you.

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  8. What strikes me is the childish way they gush over what their leaks do to the media and to “the market”.

    Leftists sincerely believe that their bulls**t voices have major sway over how people lead their lives. Perhaps in High School rumors affect behavior, but in the real world? I think not.

    Hope that was eurdite enough for that grumpy poster /sarc

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  9. Minnie says:

    The depth of hubris, arrogance and corruption is staggering – but we already knew that, yes?

    What is truly difficult to comprehend is their belief they would get away with it – all of them are traitors, all of them need to go DOWN.

    Our sovereign America deserves nothing less, make examples of them, hold them accountable.

    *SPIT*

    I will hold onto my belief that we do not know what we do not know. I will continue to have faith in OUR President, he has never let us down.

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  10. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    No way to run the FBI but good way to run communist police state

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    • LDave says:

      Stasi (East German secret police)

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    • Dixie says:

      IMO, this whole thing is a comedy. I believe the two of them, Strozk and Page decided that they would rather be accused of an affair rather than a crime. So they are covering their collusion with the affair, thus having ratted on themselves on purpose.

      Can’t you just hear it now? Conversations between Strozk and his wife….”Honey, don’t worry about all these rumors. We were just conducting a FBI sting so we had to make it look like we were having an affair as a cover story. There’s nothing between us but work. Besides I wouldn’t be drawn into an affair with that woman. Have you seen her pictures?”

      Likewise the conversation between Page and her husband……

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  11. MR52 says:

    Quick search on WSJ site _
    Check out – Shane Harris, Carol E. Lee, Byron Tau & Siobhan Hughes
    Check out their donor records too.

    Need to add leakers and journalist in the diagrams

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  12. MR52 says:

    Tim Kaine always seemed like a dirty politician. I wonder if he fits in here somewhere?

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    • steph_gray says:

      I’m curious about Ron Johnson. I thought I saw on here late last night that he was the one telling the MSM that the “secret society” “might actually be a joke.” Duckduckgo says he is an R Senator from WI (I was not familiar). What’s with the disinformation (which of course I heard repeated on radio news yesterday)? Is he GOPe or what? Or did I misidentify and it is not the same person? I can’t find the original comment…

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  13. MR52 says:

    Lets not forget – In fall 2015, Fusion GPS, an investigative firm run by former senior reporters at the Wall Street Journal

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    • LafnH2O says:

      Thank You, MR52!!

      They are an incestuous lot!!

      in·ces·tu·ous
      ˌinˈsesCH(o͞o)əs/Submit
      adjective
      1. ……..
      2.
      (of human relations generally) excessively close and resistant to outside influence.
      “the incestuous nature of literary journalism”
      …..
      https://www.thoughtco.com/what-is-literary-journalism-1691132

      From tthe article linked above…

      Humanities › Languages
      Literary Journalism
      Glossary of Grammatical and Rhetorical Terms

      by Richard Nordquist
      Updated November 03, 2017

      Literary journalism is a form of nonfiction that combines factual reporting with some of the narrative techniques and stylistic strategies traditionally associated with fiction. Also called narrative journalism.

      In his ground-breaking anthology The Literary Journalists (1984), Norman Sims observed that literary journalism “demands immersion in complex, difficult subjects. The voice of the writer surfaces to show that an author is at work.”

      😉👍

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  14. JR says:

    Latest Devlin Barrett byline: http://www.journalnow.com/news/nation_world/inspector-general-says-he-has-recovered-fbi-officials-missing-texts/article_e5721599-f65c-5223-9317-3d1feb88f4cf.html

    Again, no disclaimer such as: Devlin Barrett, a co-author of this article is mentioned in the Strzok-Page texts that were released.

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  15. dez91 says:

    Why do they keep showing us the gross pic of her teeth or grill piece for those of us fluent in Ebonics , is that the only pic s ? All them emails to her lover and nothing R rated ? Sad

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  16. freddy says:

    A few years back my girlfriend loaned her cell phone to an old friend. I told her she does drugs and meth so get the phone back before something happens and you get blamed. I went and took it back personally. The bill came it was 4 thousand dollars. There were so many texts and 1 minutes calls and they peaked at night till morning then started up in the afternoon….I mean thousands of texts…Incredible…….70 texts a day on average with the love birds could mean drugs…That is not normal behavior……

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    • Dave says:

      The way the number of missing texts was reported, I thought it was ambiguous whether 50,000 were just the texts between these two, or whether it was the total missing, possibly involving texts on other officials’ phones.

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  17. Betty says:

    I look into the faces of those two, Strzok and Page, and want to ask them:

    Where is all your gallant bravado now, did you ever think that you would be cowering in the darkness hiding from all of us who you so cavalierly tried to screw over? You tried to take the reigns of government out of our hands – Was it you? Or were you just idiotic collegiate suckers for the Brennan, Clapper, Comey, Obama and Hillary (and who else) Government Overthrow team ? Do you know the name of the darkest of the dark state traitors, tell us somehow? Make a clean breast of it, you owe that to this Great Nation you glibly tried to destroy.

    And that makes me think we need to find out where those two are, if they are free or are they captives? And if they are captives, to who? Does the deep state have them or do the White Hats have them? Does anyone live near them, are they coming and going freely? Could they talk if they wanted to? I wouldn’t want to be them or anyone else they named.

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  18. Publius2016 says:

    We should start a GoFundMe to award Independent Journalists! The work of Project Veritas would be in the running, but so far, The Conservative Treehouse will SWEEP all awards!

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Sundance and CTH should get Presidential Medal, Pulitzer Price and every Journalism School should have a mandatory course in studying the investigative work SD has done for the last several years. Exemplary and Crucial to the Nation. The Pursuit of Truth.

      First Amendment at its best.

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      • What does recent day “journalism” have to do with real work such as demonstrated by Sundance ?

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        Completely agree..all these so called Journalists are after a Pulitzer….spit….but

        Bull,,,,, Sundance is truly a National Hero..he / she deserves the best that can be given to true hero’s….saving our Freedom and our Country..
        Truth has no Agenda….Thank you Sundance from my heart.
        And….do not ever divulge your identify……..the pile on from the left would be brutal..just stay as you are… 😎

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  19. Strelnikov says:

    Might be easier to list who wasn’t leaking.

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  20. Theo West says:

    @AppSame on Twitter reporting:

    “There is a story on K-Street about @RepAdamSchiff and @DWStweets they are having an affair and Adam was deeply involved with Little Debbie’s IT Staffer Awan who Schiff personally paid to keep quiet the affair Blackmail
    Digging into this ”

    Ew gross if true – and what secrets are they sharing?

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  21. Time to follow the money. How much did the media pay the leakers. Who got the $12million Hillary handed out? I don’t believe Fusion GPS got $12 million for the research they did, and if they did, it has to be the biggest payment ever for oppo research!

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      good point…steele got 150 gs i believe. probably to simply afix his name to the dossier. that leaves 11.85 million. i’ll guess you can buy a journalist for 150. i bet there were 150 gs payouts to 10 diff journos… now, how did they do the payouts? to numbered off-shore accounts? cash? gambling chips? free home reno.

      while we’re on the money track, what about the ‘exit strategy’ text? who offered lisalisa a 600 g position doing white collar whatever work? and what about andy’s job offer?

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  22. maxwell102 says:

    Any ideas on the lawyer they were looking for at Skadden in Chicago?

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  23. D. Manny says:

    Hopefully this shows up correctly here, but look at this text at the bottom, how Bill is stressed out, and then there’s some agent spilling the beans….

    That goes right in line with what Sundance has been saying about Priestap being the weak link, but I’m wondering who Loose Lips is there too….

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uSvJhQOXNyLZREGq-gtj2i39b-RU_MOaLLS1Z1XBcI4/edit#gid=0&range=B5

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  24. MaineCoon says:

    Sundance proved the case with outstanding evidence by the perps themselves.

    Strzok & Page are guilty as charged — co-conspirators, sedition, leakers, etc. Their case is settled except for the additionally evidence that will continue to support enhance the evidence before a grand jury.

    Remember during the campaign when Sundance presented the ‘Hollywood Square” box of R’s running and one by one candidates’ squares went dark after candidate-Trump ended their run?

    Whenever I now look at SD’s photo of co-conspirators, I will see a fat check mark over Strzok & Pages faces indicating co-conspirators proven guilty with evidence as charged and conclusively research by Sundance.

    Well done, Sundance.

    Next.

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  25. oldud says:

    “Should I find it and notify the team?”

    Who is the “team?”

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  26. kekelaward says:

    Better than the 1% of people in general who like Nickelback.

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  27. Garavaglia says:

    We are now linking names and faces of journalists complicit in a failed coup! Can’t wait to see who shows up next.

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  28. Hotlanta Mike says:

    Liked by 10 people

    • That could be reality. Trump understand how to speak to an audience to give them the idea what he said, is not what he means. Politicians do it to the public all the Time, all the Time. He is using their own tools against them.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      This got a good lunch-time chuckle from me. The co-worker in the next cube is running her mouth as usual bashing VSG President Trump. I am so sick of communist/globalist lies. Sick. I sure hope the pictured scenario comes to pass. Praying.

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    • Larry Bucar says:

      THAT, my friend is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!, hahahaahah

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    • blind no longer says:

      Love that Hotlanta. Praying that is how it goes down at the end of the Special Counsel’s Deep State Coverup!!!

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      That would be great.
      What if he went into some interview w Mueller, and in response to the first question, Trump pulls out a sheaf of papers, and starts reading some red hot secret information he has been sitting on, all along, that is totally explosive.

      And that is all he will answer. On and on.

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  29. D. Manny says:

    The job of our “intelligence” agencies is to prevent foreign governments from becoming a factor in our government.

    Now, whether Russia did, in fact, interfere in our govt. still remains to be proven, but that question is completely useless knowledge because the actions of our “intelligence” agencies created Russian influence into our govt. regardless whether Russia actually ever did anything or not…..

    In short, our “intelligence” agencies created the very problem they were created to prevent.

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  30. Phil aka Felipe says:

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

    Leaking damaging info on your boss’s wife to the Press?

    Yeah, that’s a smart couple right there, I’ll tell you.

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  31. ladypenquin says:

    I’m going to leave this here and place it in the Presidential Daily thread. Wish I had thought of it, but it absolutely makes perfect sense. Does anyone realize that the nefarious work of Strzok and Page, and the good Lord knows who else at the highest levels of Justice/FBI, essentially shows taint/interference of not only the Hillary email investigation, but certainly #IRS, #Benghazi, Fast and Furious, etc. etc become questionable.

    IOW, what manipulation of evidence to ensure certain outcomes occurred?

    Larry Schweikart addresses this in a 20 tweet thread.

    Think of this in terms of forensics in criminal investigation. If there was a dirty prosecutor, dirty cop, or dirty lab technician – ALL cases they handled become suspect. People convicted activate their lawyers. In the past, we’ve certainly seen verdicts thrown out due to these kinds of issues.

    The DOJ has a mess on its hands. Seriously.

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    • D. Manny says:

      Exactly…..

      Liked by 1 person

    • Alligator Gar says:

      We had a dirty lab tech in Pensacola. He was fired, of course, but a lot of prosecutions were tossed as a result. Ugly.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      yes unfortunately Larry is only half correct though…

      1) Sessions and his team aren’t getting ulcers
      2) “Combover’s FBI” is not accurate – it’s 44’s FBI and he even proves it by his very next statement: “just by letting Cankles walk or Lerner skate.”
      3) But in general there is possibly a more dangerous issue that Larry has done in his thread that I will not discuss because I know “they” are here in the branches

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    • georgiafl says:

      Obama Holder Clinton Jarrett and all the rest of the Criminal Obama Administrations should be HBTNUD.

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  32. yy4u says:

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

    There it is, folks! Not just these two undermining President Trump but rather a “team” which suggests a cabal of conspirators in the DOJ and FBI. Time for a REAL investigation rather than the foot stomping and kabuki dance we usually get from Congress. Appoint Mulcasey or Guiliani or let the military investigate this attempt to overthrow a legally elected president.

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    • Obviously per Trump/Sessions M.O. they will appoint someone impartial or at least looking like it. Surely not Giuliani.

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    • Stranded in CA says:

      I agree – – would love to see a REAL investigation into this whole sordid mess. Guiliani would be fantastic – – and would also like to see Chris Christie involved. He has his drawbacks for sure, but he’s absolutely a pit bull in going after this kind of stuff!

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    • navysquid says:

      yy4u…
      “Time for a REAL investigation rather than the foot stomping and kabuki dance we usually get from Congress. Appoint Mulcasey or Guiliani or let the military investigate this attempt to overthrow a legally elected president.”

      Recall that Pres Trump had all the top military brass gathered around his conference room table with ADM Mike Rogers likely there to tell his fellow service members what he has viewed via the NSA. ADM Rogers and POTUS Trump told them and prepared them to be ready for what was going to possibly happen over the next year as the opposition tries to overthrow the country and how there may be tumult and disunion throughout the country.

      Pres Trump was reminding the Generals and Admirals who the Commander-in Chief was and what the military’s role may be if chaos broke out across the streets of America caused by Antifa, BLM, and other Soros-funded groups.

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  33. fabrabbit says:

    So what did Page/Strzok texts look like after Devlin outed them?

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  34. Convert says:

    Probably plenty of smart people have already pointed this out, but to me, the fact that Strojc/Page were the source of the leak to Barrett about McAuliffe giving money to McCabe’s wife was to establish him as a Patsy for the totally crooked Hilary investigation, taking the fall for them–and by extension, Comey. (hi Andy). Am I right?

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  35. phoenixRising says:

    Sundance’s article is at the top of zeroHedge this am… Conservative Treehouse is mentioned several times…

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-26/anti-trump-fbi-official-identified-leaker-wsj-wapo-reporter

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  36. I think the affair is a cover up. There is no affair.
    The affair feeds the narrative of two lovebirds plotting on their own vs. Trump. They just had their political opinion. Lots of such talk started by democrat talking heads when the texts were exposed.

    Hence they seeded that story to the press.

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    • D. Manny says:

      Sorry, but as a female, I’m able to zero in on that dynamic right away….

      She was his cheerleader, his courage, and weak men hunger for that. They’re not smart enough to have placed that angle in there.

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      • Who said they created the idea of using an affair. Mrs Page is strong, and it is possible she is an more than just working for her department alone. She is directing and controlling Strock with his male weaknes, it appears from perhaps to much soy ;).

        Have you seen any evidence of rooms etc purchased for this affair etc. So far nada,.. I have seen. Not saying its not true, just where is the evidence.

        I am more concerned about the “agents” to be used for “something” Strock was concerned about. What were the skills he was questioning about to be the right candidate. Perhaps a hit squad, and now he sees where he is the patsy.

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        • D. Manny says:

          Guys and girls can’t be friends. Who knows if they had done the deed yet or not, but it’s obvious it wasn’t a healthy relationship.

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          i am still convinced that she is a Deep State/CIA agent hand-picked to target this Strzok character. He’s so obviously a beta cuck. He’d’ve fallen for anything she told him to do. You can see it in the e-mails. He’s the kind you tell “Not that woman. She’s a shark.” And, of course, that is the one they hit on. Sad.

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          • D. Manny says:

            Oh, yeah, she was working him with finesse. You have to admire her skill.

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            • tampa2 says:

              Recall the first text released. The way I see it, Strzok’s wife found the burner phone, had suspicions Strzok and Page were becoming a little too cutesy, argued, and Page provided an alibi for both the phone (Hillary) and the time away from home (nestled in each others arms, late at night?). I’ve never believed otherwise. That, D. Manny, is finesse for sure.

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          • Sunshinesam says:

            I read the opposite on a chan posting. Strzok is the CIA plant who is supposedly good at creating/forging documents. I posted upthread that I take the chan postings with a grain of salt, but it is food for thought.

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        • JMC says:

          You haven’t seen the hook-up textings because they have been withheld as irrelevant to these political textings.

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          • But again, as I keep saying… it’s true that we don’t see overt talk of personal nature but there’s no affection either. The personal always bleeds into an affair… these two are driven.

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          • so both husband and wife cuckold by their spouses are standing by their spouse, or are they being intimidated to stay. do you have a source to back up your claim, if so, who and when did they put this out to the press. Like to review it.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      I agree, Seb. No affair.

      All the emotion here is coming from Strzok’s side only. He’s her little puppy dog and she’s playing him well.

      Altho, I must say, he seems like the type that just about *anybody* could play, if that was their aim.

      Lordy, what a doofus. Scary that he’s in the FBI. Unless the FBI *purposely* hires people that can be used as “tools”.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        It is possible that one or both of their respective spouses had already learned of the affair, and thus it didn’t matter anymore about keeping it quiet, so they were able to deflect from any political intent by using the affair/secrecy claim.

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  37. Peoria Jones says:

    With the likelihood that Strzok & Page were never having an affair at all (but simply pushed that narrative with the help of their “leakees” im the media, in order to cover the real story), it makes POTUS Trump’s tweet all the more relevant.

    Trump called them out as lovers. But he had to have known the truth. This guy is brilliant! He puts their own juicy little story out there, baiting everyone. Then, he sits back and waits for the far more sinister truth to out.

    Don’t assume for one second that this FBI pair are stupid. They are simply so filled with hatred and hubris, that they got in over their heads. Nothing good comes of consorting with the media. This will be their downfall.

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  38. phoenixRising says:

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  39. Bill Jefferson says:

    When did these corrupt, leftist parasite criminals have any time to do, oh I don’t know…. FBI work?
    And why hasn’t President Trump fired their crooked baracks?

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  40. jmclever says:

    Just a thought about the text exchange. Page and Strozk must have a small inner circle based on who they call by first name and who they call by last name only. Notice the derogatory remark made about so-called senior leaders at a certain meeting. Perhaps some were unwilling to go along and were being fed lies and half truths to steer the investigation and narrative to their liking?

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  41. Pam says:

    I was wondering why Terry McAuliffe didn’t run for a 2nd term for governor of VA and this could have been why. He probably realized the dam was about to break.

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  42. yy4u says:

    In doing research for my blog, I came across this tidbit on Wikipedia.

    “Strzok’s personal messages to Lisa Page have been used by Republicans to attack the impartiality of Mueller’s investigation into Donald Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia during the election. Conservative media outlets and Republicans have used the text messages as part of an aggressive campaign to discredit the Mueller investigation and protect President Trump. Other Republicans have defended Mueller and his work, including Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein who said that he would only fire Mueller if there was actual cause under DOJ regulations, and that no such cause existed. Rosenstein also praised Mueller for removing Strzok from the Russian investigation itself.[12]”

    SEE HOW IT IS BEING SPUN by a so-called “informational” source? Is there anything we can do other than NOT contribute?

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  43. Sandra-VA says:

    A poster called “EV22” commented on one of this series of stories by SD that an FBI person’s spouse worked for Fusion GPS. It was around 23rd or 24th January and I replied to it (so wish I had copied it!). For the life of me, I cannot find it now! I have been looking for the past 2 hrs…

    Did anyone else see that post? Is there a way to find it? EV22, if you are reading, can you repost?

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  44. Bendix says:

    This couple belong in separate prisons.
    I am so, so disgusted.
    I always had a low opinion of the FBI, I shouldn’t say always, it’s been from around the time I started to seriously question what was happening to our country, certainly since 9/11.
    This, however, takes the cake. These two people, bonding over their common delusions of grandeur or should I say adequacy?
    They really think they have a ringside seat to history in the making, and they are the ones entitled to make it?
    That woman can’t even fix her own hair, and neither one can manage to honor their own marital vows. They feel morally and intellectually qualified?
    This is outrageous, immoral, criminal…
    No wonder they want to take our guns away.

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  45. Linda says:

    You know, I’m having a really hard time believing those 2 were having an affair. It sounds to me like that story is being used for plausible deniability re the burner phones. None of their texts sound at all like lovers. And yes I understand that we don’t have all of them, so some of the ones we don’t have could show this. But their texts we do have don’t sound like 2 lovers talking. They sound like 2 gossipy teenagers. A big difference. What if this supposed “affair” has simply been used as a cover?

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  46. IMO says:

    These traitors must be sh#ting bricks. Wondering who’s squealing like a pig, and rolling on each other the paranoia must be intense. They are probably more afraid of getting knocked off by the clinton/obama crime syndicate.

    It’s a mexican stand off between these rouge agents.
    GTA V – Mexican Standoff

    (caution bad language)

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  47. This is a detailed thread ,back story on Strzoks’ family history. Really good digging.

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  48. John Denney says:

    The “\U0001f621” in the texts is unicode character 1f621, a pouty face.

    http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/1f621/index.htm

    The “\n” is standard unix representation for “newline”, which serves the same purpose as Microsoft’s, “CRLF” (Carriage Return, Line Feed), which derives from the “carriage return” on a manual typewriter, which simultaneously moved the print position to the leftmost column (CR) and rotated the paten, moving the paper up so that the printing will happen on the next line (Line Feed or Newline).

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  49. Rene says:

    If anyone wants to do an in depth review of leakers, you can use this information compiled by the Committee on Homeland Security in the Senate. The Appendix lists a timeline with most of the articles, which media and names of reporters. It is a treasure trove for connecting dots.

    https://www.hsgac.senate.gov/download/state-secrets-how-an-avalanche-of-media-leaks-is-harming-national-security

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