House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte Discusses Justice Department Corruption…

House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte is a key figure in the overall investigation and reform effort needed within the U.S. Justice System because the House Judicial Committee holds primary oversight over the U.S. Department of Justice.

By statutory construct the DOJ and FBI are directly and primarily accountable to Chairman Bob Goodlatte and the House Judicial Committee, on all matters.  This primary oversight structure is why Chairman Goodlatte and DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz are working so closely during the ongoing justice department investigation.

Chairman Goodlatte appears on Sean Hannity television show to discuss one of the more concerning and troubling recent revelations about the FBI; and their investigative bias within the Hillary Clinton investigation and subsequent surveillance on her political opponent Donald trump.

It is interesting this text sequence from FBI agent Peter Strzok happens on the same day (September 10th, 2016) that Hillary Clinton made her infamous “Basket of Deplorables” remark. –SEE HERE

We leaned on Treeper  DaveNYviii ‘s exceptional research here as a summary guide.  [THREAD HERE]

♦The FD-302 is an FBI form that is used to document interviews/interrogations. It details questions asked and answers given as well as who was present during the interview.

♦The FD-1023 is an FBI form that is uses to document meetings between FBI and sources. It does not necessarily discuss what was said. It is also called a CHS Report. (Confidential Human Source).

The 1023 gives extensive detail about the informant and what is to be asked, as well as ‘by whom’ and ‘where’ and ‘when’.  However, it does not give the informants answers or details of the meeting. That is where the 302 comes in.  The 302 reveals the content of interview, as well as identifies all participants.

The investigative 302’s and 1023’s would identify people involved on both sides; the informants (sources) and the DOJ/FBI personnel in contact with the sources. This is a critical part of the investigative material needed to understand what was taking place during the FBI investigation.

Remember the investigative batting order:  Nunes first (Intelligence Community), Grassley 2nd (FBI and Steele Dossier), Goodlatte 3rd (DOJ via OIG), and IG Horowitz is clean-up with his year-long investigative evidence.  Each committee chair has a specific role to play in the investigative outline and breaking down all of the inherent issues.

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178 Responses to House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte Discusses Justice Department Corruption…

  1. mikebrezzze says:

    Build the gallows asap, you know how you keep a crooked politician out of your backyard? You hang one in the front yard! Have a nice day you corrupt bastards!

    Liked by 26 people

  2. nigella says:

    Must be getting close… The hysterics is delicious!

    Liked by 23 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      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.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Lunagirl says:

        Their recklessness was fueled by the affair, and vice versa, because the attraction was their mutual hatred for Trump and seditious hearts. They could not resist the temptation to put things in writing because believing they were Masters of the Universe was an addiction and aphrodisiac – for both of them. Thank God, because otherwise, a lot of this information would not have been known.

        Liked by 5 people

        • kriseton says:

          To me, these texts read as if Lisa Page was very very needy. Needing to get input and double check what she does every day with Strzok. They seem to be texting as they are talking to people, during meetings, in the parking lot, etc. Page is the weak one, in my opinion. Without Strzok to talk to at this stage in the game, she must be a nervous wreck.

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    • The Akh says:

      Just looking at The Hill and other media outlets, the thrashing has increased greatly in the last 24 hours. There is a hillarious peice that claims the attacks on the FBI and DOJ are entirely partisan and signals that Mueller is closing in for the kill.

      Liked by 3 people

  3. mitrom says:

    The Dems and their liberal media are desperate. They know that all their fake narratives, crimes, and corruption are being exposed and there is much more to come out. The level of disinformation and distraction (about Trump wanting to fire Mueller, etc.) is off the charts.

    It would be great if the House Intel memo is released soon. I truly believe that the American people will NOT let these criminals get away with their crimes this time. Keep speaking out Americans and demand justice!

    Liked by 23 people

    • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

      Sadly, too many of the left have become like followers of Jim Jones. Rather than have an original thought they just mindlessly repeat the liberal mantra. No Joe Friday among them—no one who considers “just the facts”!

      Liked by 7 people

    • Last week the affair and today Trump wanted to fire Mueller in the NYSlime. They must have Hollywood writers from shows like 24 writing these scripts months out.

      Liked by 8 people

      • zimbalistjunior says:

        im sure they have a war room. possibly in obamas house. id guess rhodes jarrett and a couple others..their aim is to find 1-2 stories a day to fill each 1 hour news show…unless, there is a new story that destroys fbi ie new texts, then they might need another story

        at this point, it seems they are just using woolfs book as playbook..regurgitating stories form there, throwing in bs sources on this and voila

        its hilarious

        Liked by 4 people

      • mimbler says:

        And the Trump firing Mueller slime was recycled from months ago. It had already been reported and dismissed. They are too lazy to even make up new lies; we are already in the rerun season.

        Liked by 6 people

  4. wheatietoo says:

    Hit them with the high-beams.
    I want to see these swampster operatives sizzling and smoking from the high intensity Light being shown on them.

    Liked by 44 people

  5. 4beagles says:

    Wish Sean would have read the next sentence in the text, “I’m sure Jim and Trisha and Dave and Mike are considering how things like this play out as they talk amongst themselves.”, but he is always in a hurry

    Liked by 9 people

    • Ari says:

      Wow, Hannity is an idiot. #BatteredConservativeSyndrome

      Liked by 3 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      And then just asked the questions and shut upl

      Liked by 5 people

    • beach lover says:

      And in the video of interview with the Congressman, he asked about Rosenstein walking into Ryan’s office and begging for the Memo to not be released… I could see where he was going with it, and he stepped on the question with another one! Wish H would slow down and listen for new answers. He talks so much, and rehashes same thing to death, missing what could be new information.

      Liked by 14 people

      • amber says:

        Agreed. I hate Tucker sometimes but he’s much better at these kinds of interviews.

        Liked by 4 people

      • singingsoul says:

        beach lover says:
        “And in the video of interview with the Congressman, he asked about Rosenstein walking into Ryan’s office and begging for the Memo to not be released… I could see where he was going with it, and he stepped on the question with another one! Wish H would slow down and listen for new answers. He talks so much, and rehashes same thing to death, missing what could be new information.”
        __________________________________
        His ego will not let him. Shawn has the need to show how much he knows and fails to understand that the person who has the answers needs to be heard. Shawn fails but others are just as bad when it comes to interviewing.

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        • dutzie60 says:

          Inferiority complex more than ego I think. Doesn’t think he’s bright enough so has to try to prove it?

          Liked by 1 person

        • WSB says:

          Sean, Tucker and others are all controlled by Rupert and Sons.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Before I start…I am guilty too!

            We sure have some Hannity bashing going on…if this is how we treat our allies…I sure would not want to be our enemies. It does not matter who the host is…it seems we have to bash them. I have seen every major host drug through the dirt.

            Well then…start your own damned shows! Some, like Bill Mitchell, have done so…and even he gets bashed. “In over his head” blah, blah, blah.

            Back to Sean, it is better to listen to his radio show…Sean is not pressed as much by time, commercial breaks, host lineup, and he is not on the Murdoch leash. This is where I think people should cut Sean some slack. I learn more from Sean’s radio show.

            Sorry…had to get that off my chest.

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            • WSB says:

              Don’t get me wrong. I am a YUGE fan of Sean, but he is not allowed to go farther than management, I am supposing.

              These anchors do have different contracts with narrative clauses. Dennis Michael Lynch had that same problem with Newsmax. He was forced to read a narrative from the management, after Dennis was getting a bit too real for them. He walked off the set mid-show.

              Lou Dobbs seems to have more ownership of his show. I am guessing his contract may have more production freedom than others.

              I listen to Hannity’s radio show at home but felt jilted a bit when I called in one afternoon a few years back. Was told what to say and what not to say by his producer, so I felt a little bit off about that. I still listen, though.

              My take is that it is neither here nor there. It is just a matter of who has the ownership of the venue.

              Perfectly fine to rant! 🤗

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      • jello333 says:

        I’ve come to like Sean over the past few years… but this John Cleese thing is still pretty funny:

        An ode to Sean Hannity.
        Aping urbanity,
        Oozing with vanity,
        Plump as a manatee,
        Faking humanity,
        Journalistic calamity,
        Intellectual inanity,
        Fox News insanity,
        You’re a profanity, Hannity.

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  6. distracted2 says:

    Tomorrow is Friday – document dump day. I am hoping the memo is released tomorrow. PDJT has to sign off on it but I would think that could be managed.

    I believe it’s important to get out in front of Schiff.

    Liked by 8 people

    • MVW says:

      Actually, Schiff, by blowing smoke only makes matters worse for the DhimmiRats. He is taking down the whole party by trying to protect the few. Hubris plus underestimation of the deplorables.

      Tar, feathers, pitchforks is the American way. I forgot to mention, hanging.

      Liked by 12 people

      • WhistlingPast says:

        Bring ⚡️⚡️⚡️Old Sparky⚡️⚡️⚡️ out of retirement.
        Sell tickets, help fund the wall.

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      • Bud Klatsch says:

        Yes, this may be a tsunami for the Dems. NOT ONE supported the Tax Reduction and Jobs ACT, and now the Dems are all in supporting the outrageous treasonous acts within the top levels of the FBI/DOJ. The Dems will carry these albatrosses forever.

        Liked by 7 people

      • joninmd22 says:

        Hemp. and not the kind you smoke.

        Liked by 3 people

      • The Akh says:

        I think it was broken down here, but Schifty hasn’t seen the intel behind the memo, just the memo itself. So his counter memo is likely to blow up in his face because he doesn’t actually have any of the facts. He could get the facts, I think, but he won’t. Schifty is up to his eyeballs in this. Definitely a leaker, and wouldn’t surprise me if he is somehow more involved.

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    • NJF says:

      The other day on twitter it was being said that POTUS doesn’t “have to give his permission” for its release. Made it seem as if he didn’t need to sign off on it. Not sure how accurate that is or what it means?

      Anyone else see that?

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      • BakoCarl says:

        Yes. What I read was that POTUS has 5 days to review the release and he may object to the release. It does need his “approval”, it only needs the absence of his objection.

        Validity of the source is unknown.

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  7. wolfmoon1776 says:

    I’m still in awe of the recent texts. I really looks like that bribe from Hillary to McCabe’s wife WORKED, but I wonder if there’s some “lead” going along with the “silver”. McCabe is REALLY sticking up for Cankles! Rybicki was 100% behind a recusal that McCabe refused. And it seems like Strzok was pressured AND “handled” (using Page, very cunningly) to deliver a verdict FOR McCabe and Priestap.

    So what’s the psychological pressure on McCabe? I think it may be the wife – that by putting HER in a tight spot, it’s harder for McCabe to back out himself, knowing that bad stuff might happen not to him but HER.

    And Mueller is mentioned, too – very weird. It’s like he’s buds. I think Cankles got assurance somehow that Mueller would play ball for her.

    While thing is ugly. I LOVE that Hannity has Weissman’s number COLD. That’s awsome. I wouldn’t let that Weissman guy go after a ham sandwich – it would be inhumane! His track record is attrocious. Why would Mueller hire such a guy? MUNSTER!!!

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  8. Lord guide, bless and protect House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte!

    Liked by 33 people

  9. maiingankwe says:

    If I had Chairman Bob GoodLatte sitting in front of me for a one-on-one, I think I could’ve come up with better questions that Hannity had. He wasn’t off the mark when at the end he said, I actually do have one question, and then went on about the meeting he knew for sure that had happened with Ryan and Rosenstein.

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  10. stats guy says:

    Well, the pace of this is certainly picking up. Obviously the Left is going to punch back on everything, (or as their cult leader once said…punch back twice as hard)

    Tonight we have a Netherlands source saying that they ‘watched’ the Russians hacking the WH, DoS and the DNC. The left is running with that, saying that they’ve provided Meuller with info from their intel dump. Hmmmm..the WH was hacked? Now there’s a headline…Barry’s WH was hacked by Putin.

    And then the Left is salivating on the report of Trump being talked out of firing Mueller. So then just thinking about firing Meuller is obstruction? I feel a chill in the air.

    But of course the Left announces it is now time to Impeach!!! Wait a minute guys….you’ve been saying that since Hillary lost. Losers.

    Liked by 9 people

  11. DB Cooper says:

    I don’t post here often, read everyday. If the deep state is as deep as it seems to be, why hasn’t some deep-state op whacked Strozk and Page? They are nothing but collateral baggage at this point and their testimony would do nothing but implicate higher-ups. Why no Arkanicide here?
    I don’t suggest hurting anyone but this all seems odd to me based on what’s at stake for the higher up’s in the dept’s and what they are certainly capable of.

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    • starfcker says:

      It’s a little late in the game for Arkancide. Too many people too freaked out, thinking they’re being surveilled or watched, and probably right about it

      Liked by 14 people

      • flounder, rebel, vulgarian, deplorable, winner says:

        You’re probably right. One person gets whacked in mysterious circumstances, and you got most ready to turn on the other. Only their hubris would keep them from doing what they know is right, without that little extra incentive.

        Liked by 4 people

      • beach lover says:

        right, plus it’s not like they are “low level” employees! They are involved at a pretty high level on both the email stuff and the collusion stuff. I want to know if Comey and McCabe set the plan, or if they kind of winked and nodding it along. Those are the facts that I hope come out in the Memo.

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      • David A says:

        The damage is done.

        Liked by 1 person

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      If the go violent, IMO, it will be either Kennedy-level assassination attempt, Vegas-level false flag “useful psycho” murders, or 9/11 scale “allowed event”. Hopefully the White Hats are prepared.

      Liked by 6 people

      • 🍺Gunny says:

        Agreed Wolfmoon…Hope it is not the Kennedy style…probably not with the way information flows..but who knows..
        I believe they will “kill it”…stop it at a level of: “How much can this hurt us if he/she talks?” I see something that we may consider “high up”..but means nothing to the “big boys” who control it all. Obama is going to get caught. Hillary lost and owes a lot of people she cannot pay..They may let Obama go…unless we get him under the “hot lights”, then he will squeal like a little girl….My guess is Hillary is toast….then everything may cool down enough for them to hide deeper..

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      • jmclever says:

        @wolfmoon the texts testify for themselves so eliminating the senders solves nothing and would create mire problems by validating suspicions

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    • deqwik2 says:

      They have to have somebody to throw under the bus & take the charges. They will try to put most of the blame on Page & Strzok from FBI and the Ohrs at DOJ to get the heat off others.

      It’s the ones that know & have proof that Hillary has direct knowledge or input that gets Arkancided. (I doubt Page nor Strzok has direct orders from Hillary).

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        Posted on the Presidential thread…seems to play in with the discussion now.

        Strzok was absolutely addicted and controlled by Page. Thousands of texts…do we actually think he is leaving her alone now? Think about it. If they are actually keeping them apart, he must be going nuts. A little out there but, how about this for a deal. “Hey both of you can be back together, and we’ll even give both of you a place to hide. Even your wife won’t be able to find you. Just tell us “Everything” 😎

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      • Steve says:

        I don’t think throwing a few minnows to the wolves (dodgy idiom, but I don’t care!) will be enough, anymore than it was for Nixon. This goes right to the top of the globalist madhouse.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Strzok and Page aren’t going to want to take the blame. They both strike me as characters who will see the writing on the wall and start to sing like a canary to get themselves the best deal possible.

        Remember, we’re only seeing a few of these texts, there are thousands, plus other communication exchanges from their devices which aren’t even part of text messaging. Someone mentioned “imessage”? There’s gmail hangout/chat, as well emails, and somewhere (perhaps?) are actual recorded phone conversations…

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        the smart ones will realize that if they cop a plea, they can come back and be heroes like
        john dean, liddy, ollie north. the TDS sufferers will love them forever.
        the spin will be ‘we knew how dangerous to the country trump would be so we had to do anything we could to elect hilary.”

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Strangely enough, I think the blind following of their leftist/Dem ideology caused them to enter into what they did. It’s doesn’t seem that they had any great affection for the “hildabeast” – it’s more about people doing what the Party tells them to do.

          It’s also clear, most, if not all, the branches of government are tainted/compromised by people who daily violate their oath of office – to the Constitution. IOW, impartial carrying out of their duties. When the likes of Lois Lerner can ride off into the sunset with their pension intact, it’s a travesty…

          (ZimbalistJr? As in Efrem, right?) One of my favorites. 🙂

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          • joninmd22 says:

            Disagree LP. Most likely Page was a zealot for Hillary just as the girls in the Javitts Center were on Election day. Third wave Feminism trumps critical thinking and a lot of professional women owe their positions to that ideology, especially in government and academia.

            Strzok appears, as Wolfmoon notes, as a follower to her direction. Once one betrays the other all bets are off and there will be a betrayal there. 😉

            Their ideology made them susceptible to betraying their trust however these people are lawyers and had at some point to make a conscious decision to attempt a coup.

            The Antifa thug in San Francisco or a liberal P hat wearing feminist in Dubuque can hide behind ideology. Not employees or agents in FBI leadership.

            They are mid level though and will likely give someone up so they might walk out of prison one day even as elderly broken people rather than talking to their children on opposite sides of plate glass the rest of their lives.

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            • ladypenquin says:

              Yes, Page does strike me that way too. Lost generations of women, and also agree she was leading Strzok…he would be the one infatuated with her.

              As lawyers, it’s almost like they have less adherence to ethics than other professions – no offense intended to those who practice law ethically, and adhere to their oath to the Constitution as in being employed by the FBI would warrant.

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    • Steve says:

      Either because they are too arrogant that they think they can still bury it, or more likely, it has just grown so big that they are like rabbits in front of Trump’s headlights.

      Liked by 3 people

    • LDave says:

      I agree with starfcker. It’s too late in the game. Horowitz probably has everything on these crooks. We’re learning about it slowly because they’re trying not to botch the transition from investigation to prosecution. At the same time, the conspirators are probably trying to disrupt the transition. If the President keeps his cool and keeps MAGA it’ll all come together.

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    • I’d prefer a black van street pickup with black bag over the head. Let them wiggle in a cold dark place for a week.

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Nope. I prefer federal Marshals walk right into FBI headquarters and right into their offices with a warrant and slap the cuffs on them in front of God and everybody.

        For the encouragement of others. 😉

        The FBI needs to see that there’s accountability in a most public way. Especially those who’ve enabled the dis-function by not taking action for so long.

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    • mimbler says:

      Until/if someone is actually charged, I don’t think deep state is very concerned. After all, Holder, Lynch, Lerner, Clapper, Huma, Hillary, Comey, Koskinen, etc. etc. etc. have crimes known in the public domain, and remain untouched.

      Each one of those created some temporary consternation in the press, but zero consequences.

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    • joninmd22 says:

      If one of them “commits suicide” then the others will race to Jeff Sessions office to make a deal.

      Better to be alive in prison than six feet under.

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    • Mike says:

      I believe Strzok and Page are the fall guys.

      If what was reported is true, that Strzok interviewed Abedin, Mills, HRC, and ran the the investigation, he is in big trouble.
      I was a drug cop. If I did a search warrant on a drug dealer, then gave the perp immunity, and flushed the dope down the toilet I wouldn’t be able to say I “made investigative mistakes.” I would be going to jail.

      I read the 302s released by the FBI web site. Although the agents names are redacted, they clearly show THE HRC EMAIL INVESTIGATION WAS CONDUCTED TO PROTECT HRC. (Which is why Strzok is wetting himself in the released text about the 302s above)

      These other texts also show them clearly leaking to the press = problem and appear to show conspiracy = big, big problem.

      I don’t doubt for a second Preistap, McCabe, Comey etc, are even more guilty -but I can’t prove it. The stage has already been set for Strzok and Page to be set up as “out of control rogue agents” who “mislead” poor Jim Comey Et, al.

      I’m telling you.

      If you’re out there Strzok, get a lawyer not connected to Clinton Inc, and make a deal with IG while you still can!

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    • modsquad says:

      There’s no guarantee anymore that the investigators will bury the case. Under Trump’s watch they may actually solve it.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. DB Cooper says:

    It’s never too late for Arkanicide, ask Hillary.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Summer says:

      Mr. Strzok, our multitasking miracle worker, most probably knows all about Arkancide — sources, methods and the rest — from personal experience. Just sayin.

      Liked by 3 people

      • joninmd22 says:

        Seth Rich was going to give evidence on the Clinton Campaign to the FBI on the day he was murdered.

        While there are other possibilities, someone at the Bureau could have informed the Clinton’s that Rich was the leaker.

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    • LDave says:

      Strzok is probably safe because a couple of clean FBI agents are watching him 24/7. But, to be on the safe side, he should probably not go to the park and sit down by a tree.

      Liked by 1 person

  13. DB Cooper says:

    Star/flounder/Wolf I understand what you are all saying. Makes sense.

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  14. Reforger says:

    I pasted this into a Farcebook comment thread during the shutdown. I don’t know if everybody has seen it. It’s the DOJ shutdown numbers. The bottom has me all sorts of WTFing. There is a no name agency with 38,000 people working for it that got 97% of it’s people retained during the whole three day weekend bullshit. It looks like it was copy/pasted in. This group is bigger than the FBI and received a larger percentage of employees retained. Is that Mueller’s investigation? 38,000 people? I can’t seem to find anyone addressing this at all and I’ve been looking for days now.

    https://www.justice.gov/jmd/page/file/1015676/download

    Figured someone here might have an answer.

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      ATR? Antitrust Division.

      “As of July 28, 2017, the SCO [Special Counsel’s Office] will employ nine term employees directly…”

      Liked by 1 person

      • Reforger says:

        Anti-Trust is bigger than the FBI? I’ve stumbled across a massive unit, ripe for budget cuts to the point of non-existence. About 3.5 billion a year worth in salary alone.

        I don’t think the row below ATR, the one with the blank column as a name, and the weird shading in each row is the same agency. I just want to know what it is. The one that meets ” Category 5 = Employees necessary to protect life and property.” yet doesn’t have a name. I wan’t to know what agencies are keeping me and my stuff protected from the bad guys.

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  15. OS says:

    The Memo: The Swamp tries to hit back – but they will fail of course:

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  16. Sylvia Avery says:

    It is late. Today was one of those days in my household. You know the kind. Anyway, I’m trying to catch up stuff before I get some shut eye. I’m watch Lou Dobbs from last night and he has Tom Fitton on.

    Fitton says there is a lack of transparency out of the DOJ that would have made Obama’s DOJ blush. He said the Deep State is in full control at the DOJ. Judicial Watch asked about the missing Stork/Page text messages and Fitton says he cannot begin to tell us how contemptuously they were treated (THIS IS PUBLIC INFO FOLKS! IT BELONGS TO US!)

    The FBI basically taunted Judicial Watch, “So sue us.” Which is of course what JW did as yet another FOIA request and a few hours later voila! JW had the text messages.

    So Lou asks, “Why doesn’t PDJT order someone in the DOJ to turn this around?” and Tom Fitton says he supposes PDJT has received legal advice not to get involved. Fitton speculates that the Mueller investigation and abiding by the legal niceties imposed on him by that have put PDJT in a box where he can’t just reach out and do the things he’d like to do.

    Fitton also said that all authority seems to have been ceded to Mueller within the DOJ. Anything they ask for or about the answer the get is “Mueller investigation–can’t do it. Have to check with Mueller, etc.” He says it is like King Mueller over at DOJ. And he says further that all of the secrecy that we are seeing is to protect the Mueller investigation.

    Oh, Fitton also said he thinks that there is a race between Mueller trying to get the President to testify on one hand and the Congress trying to get the memo out on the other hand, the impression I got was that Fitton thinks the memo is going to blow away the legitimacy of the Mueller investigation but maybe that was just my tired but hopeful heart….

    I thought it was pretty darned interesting. I should look and see if I can find the video, but….

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Tom Fitton is huge. He and JW have been instrumental for years in so many key ways. Here’s the interview:

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    • churchmouse says:

      Thank you!

      ‘Fitton also said that all authority seems to have been ceded to Mueller within the DOJ. Anything they ask for or about the answer the get is “Mueller investigation–can’t do it. Have to check with Mueller, etc.” He says it is like King Mueller over at DOJ. And he says further that all of the secrecy that we are seeing is to protect the Mueller investigation.’

      That confirms what I’ve suspected since Mueller was installed as special counsel. Who’s actually — albeit indirectly — running the DOJ? Robert Mueller.

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    • beach lover says:

      Well, considering who is in control of the DOJ (FBI), Mueller probably IS leading the department. You can take one look at Rosenstein and know he’s not a take charge guy. Wray is playing catch up and/or trying not to look like he is taking sides. Sessions may be driving this on the QT, but funny you don’t hear or read anything about him in these texts. Maybe in the missing ones, we will see some released.

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  17. wodiej says:

    Since when do criminals get to decide what evidence is used in an investigation? LOL

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

    “……Fitton also said he thinks that there is a race between Mueller trying to get the President to testify on one hand and the Congress trying to get the memo out on the other hand…..” Thanks for posting SA – I believe that is a key statement. Mueller will be the downfall of our President.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I never bet against PDJT.

      PDJT will be the downfall of Robert Mueller.

      Liked by 11 people

    • Patriot1783 says:

      Bless your heart.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Coldeadhands says:

        Ha! Love it!

        Liked by 3 people

        • singingsoul says:

          It would be foolish not to be concerned about Mueller.
          Having said that, I know I step on some toes here, if Rosenstein fails to rain in Mueller and not allow him to behave like a King who can keep control on him..?
          This whole thing is outrageous and so anti democracy I cannot get my head around it.
          What is Sessions role if Rosenstein fails…? Does he just sit there allows laws to be twisted injustices go on…? Why has he been put in as AG if he has no balls…?
          This whole thing is criminal and we cannot do a thing and Mueller knows it. We sit here and allow Mueller possibly take out a sing president..? Where is justice..?
          POTUS is good but he alone cannot fight evil of this proportion.

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          • Patriot1783 says:

            Bless yours too.

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          • Coldeadhands says:

            I know there are still Trump supporters who are happy reaping the benefits of Very Stabile Genius but naturally fret about each successive step in the process.
            There are also Trump supporters who see the tangibles of winning as the outgrowth of the very same prayers that brought the Lion to serve the country. Then there is a subgroup that also sees Trump as an answer to prayers but who has been anointed to deliver the country from evil course that it has been on. This last group sees the winning as a function of God’s grace and take PDJT on Faith.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Does our President doesn’t have the goods on Mr. Mueller?

      Of course being optimistic at heart most Patriots always hope that old Swamp creatures that have been wading through the muck for 20 or 30 years don’t have high crimes and misdemeanors hanging around their necks…..9/11 mishaps, Obama DOJ, Clinton SOS Pay-to-play and unsecured emails, Russian Uranium deals, stolen National Security secrets, Chinese spies working at NASA, and on and on.

      Mueller? Yeah, that guy. Criminal Law 101: Ignorance is not an excuse in the law. Someone should have taken the time to explain that to Odumbo and his gang, with stick figures and small words.

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  19. StanH says:

    Keep repeating, “Patience Grasshopper.” This was sound advice on Kung-Fu and is good advice as we wait for the “The Sword of Damocles” to drop. This is a herculean task to upend and drain the swamp, we have exactly the right man in the right place at the right time PDJT nothing short of divine providence. Be cool, hang tough, and with steely resolve we will arrive in the Promised Land a drained swamp, reverting DC back into the service of the American people, novel thought…huh?

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  20. PreparedPatriot says:

    Goodlatte is my Congressman (withholding ‘-critter’ here in view of the serious nature of his current focus), and now I sorta wish he wasn’t retiring yet. There’s going to be enough follow-up work after the basic exhumation now underway to fill, oh… the FBI Building in DC, the FBI Quantico outpost, the DOJ building, any number of Federal court buildings, Zero & the Missus’ & the ValJar’s humble DC abode, and the National Mall once sentences are handed down and the time to execute them rolls around that Congressman G would still have much to do. Great timing, Bob!

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    • mimbler says:

      Interesting isn’t it that a few of the older ones like Goodlatte and Grassley are the ones with integrity?
      Those who were educated in the schools after values were removed seem far more corruptible.
      Who would have thunk it?

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  21. thedoc00 says:

    Problem is that Fox and FBN talking heads; Hannity, Cavuto, the Barbie Dolls, Kennedy, Smith and Wallace, keep giving prime air time to the swamp defenders as well as retired Republican swap defenders to spin alternate tales, divert as well as make them look like fools. Given the Fox Network is supposed to be a “conservative” outlet, they are essentially providing cover and support. sadly even Newsmax, Powerline and OAN have fallen under the same spell. Practically the entrie burden of media support for the Administration is now on the shoulders of social media, which soon be under assault by the social media thought police. Plus, relying on social media requires more work that comprehending sound bites and video clips. My greatest fear is that truth will not be exposed soon enough to have impact or the lemmings will allow it to just dry up on the vine.

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  22. jmclever says:

    Understanding the focus of the investigation = controlling the narrative

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  23. Betty says:

    Who is Trisha in these texts? Anybody know? She’s been mentioned in several texts.

    Liked by 2 people

    • WSB says:

      I saw her name somewhere. I believe she is part of council for the FBI?

      Paragraph 7:

      https://www.golifa.com/formerly-respected-fbi-get-corrupt/

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    • WSB says:

      From October 8, 2011, NYT

      “Trisha Beth Anderson and Charles Lawrence Newman were married Saturday at the Clifton Inn in Charlottesville, Va. The Rev. Scott E. Davis, a United Methodist minister, officiated.

      The bride, 35, who will keep her name, is a senior counsel to James M. Cole, the deputy attorney general, in Washington. Until July she was a clerk for Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan. She graduated from Yale and received a law degree from Harvard.

      She is the daughter of Betty Anderson and Howard B. Anderson of Cranberry Township, Pa. The bride’s father is the commodity and energy risk manager in Pittsburgh, at Del Monte Foods, the San Francisco food production and distribution company.

      The bridegroom, 33, is a deputy legal adviser to the National Security Council, at the White House. He graduated from Duke and received a law degree from the University of Virginia.

      He is a son of Mary Elizabeth Newman and George W. Newman III of Cincinnati. The bridegroom’s mother works from home, directing projects involving leadership training and development at the Cygnus Corporation, a management consultancy in Rockville, Md. His father retired as the owner of the Robus Leather Corporation, a manufacturer that was in Cincinnati.”

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      She’s DOJ – and SHE is absolutely CRITICAL here. She is what they are hiding.

      “The transcripts were from interviews conducted by the OSC with James Rybicki, Comey’s former chief of staff, and Trisha Anderson, the principal deputy general counsel of national security and cyber law. The Senate Judiciary Committee earlier received redacted transcripts of the interviews, revealing last month that they include claims that Comey “wrote a draft” of an “exoneration statement” for Clinton around early May 2016.”

      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/09/12/gop-senator-wants-full-transcripts-from-comey-staffer-interviews.html

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  24. Aubergine says:

    Well, I know some here will disagree with me on this, but Hannity is getting better. That interview was the calmest I have seen in a long time. He wasn’t interrupting as much. He did step on a couple of questions, but I think that is the unfortunate result of trying to do this stuff in five-minute chunks. It took Joe DiGenova HALF AN HOUR to explain it properly (which was brilliant, IMHO).

    I think Hannity may be reading the CTH and the commenters about his interview style. I hope so.

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  25. tazz2293 says:

    Do not forget that there are other actors besides Strzok and Page who have taken part in this Machiavellian drama that is playing out before our eyes. Every one of them should hang for their treason.

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  26. It is maddening to me that in the modern age, the FBI does not videotape interviews.

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  27. WSB says:

    “House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte is a key figure in the overall investigation and reform effort needed within the U.S. Justice System because the House Judicial Committee holds primary oversight over the U.S. Department of Justice.”

    I think it is great that Goodlatte is all over this, but where was ANYONE on our hindsight committees looking into the Awan Brothers…since 2005?!

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  28. This thread from Larry Schweikart discusses the ramifications of the corruption at the DOJ/FBI:

    Think of what happens when a local prosecutor is found guilty of corruption. Every single case that the prosecutor has tried will then be open to challenges by defense attorneys. The corruption coming out now about fixed FBI investigations regarding Crooked opens the door to defense attorneys challenging any case the FBI investigated over the last 10 years. It’s staggering.

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  29. 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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  30. Doppler says:

    Note again the reliance on the “focus of the investigation” to limit what evidence to look at, act upon, or to disclose to supervisory authorities. That focus was inappropriate or illegal storage of classified information during HRC’s tenure at State, and whether hostile intrusion had occurred as a result. Out of focus would be pay-to-play, other high crimes and misdemeanors by a Secretary of State, provided no storage of confidential information was involved. Also out of focus would be communications prior to the period of her tenure shedding light on intent to avoid using DOS email, as well as communications after her tenure discussing destruction of evidence.

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  31. Donna in Oregon says:

    What we need the most from this tribunal in Congress and the Senate is new government management and new Media. Please break up the MSM monopolies! This incestuous relationship between the Globalist press and the American government is destroying our Republic. We need to bust up these MSM monopolies.

    The old media does not serve our needs. Historically, yellow journalism was the fake news of the 19th century. It doesn’t take a genius to look around and see that power is clearly corrupt, the voice of the people is being silenced, and that the media has become the voice of the power they’re supposed to hold accountable.

    In 1983, 90% of US media was controlled by 50 companies; today, 90% is controlled by just 6 companies.

    Comcast
    The Walt Disney Company
    News Corporation
    Time Warner
    Viacom
    CBS Corporation

    Media cross-ownership is the ownership of multiple media businesses by a person or corporation. These businesses can include broadcast and cable television, film, radio, newspaper, magazine, book publishing, music, video games, and various online entities. These 6 corporations are sucking up everything, and now AT&T wants to buy Time Warner.

    These 15 Billionaires Own America’s News Media Companies
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/katevinton/2016/06/01/these-15-billionaires-own-americas-news-media-companies/#39db0c2a660a

    In 2012, 90% of all media Americans consumed was owned by 6 corporations. To put that in perspective, 232 executives at GE, NewsCorp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner and CBS are deciding what 277 million Americans will watch, read and listen to every day. That’s one media executive for every 850,000 subscribers.

    We need to change this. These text messages and two potential leakers are a symptom of the problem of inbred rich people press and government.

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    • Orygun says:

      The biggest challenge to having honest elections and government is reining in the corrupt media. They haven’t been anything but propagandist for the last 50 years or better. They scream “Freedom of the Press” and use that as a cover for their propaganda but we need to find a way to reboot these traitors and get back to honest journalism.

      President Trump has had a lot of time to think all this through and I am hopeful he has something in store for these anti-American mouthpieces.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        No one knows this better than Oregonians. Our local media is so bias might as well just watch PBS. Blue states are like Banana Republics, nothing but lefty propaganda.

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  32. CM-TX says:

    The lack of ethics associated with the DOJ is not new, nor isolated at the top.

    An excerpt from a 2016 Fed Case Ruling highlights this issue, citing case examples indicating a pattern.

    https://postimg.org/image/nq6g00evp/

    Source:

    Judge Hanen Ruling – Allowing Obama DOJ To Exit Nervously… | The Last Refuge

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  33. IS THIS THE CURE?!?!:

    http:// http://www.starshipearththebigpicture.com/2018/01/24/urgent-public-message-for-president-trump-from-judge-anna-von-reitz/

    Urgent Public Message for President Trump from Judge Anna

    Everyone— pay attention.

    Last year on January 20, 2017, President Trump took his Oath of Office.

    An Office in the Territorial Government is a Public Trust.

    Trusts do not become law for a year and a day.

    His Office, his Trust, would have become law on January 21st of this year— but that didn’t happen, because Chuck Schumer contrived to shut down the government for three days at precisely the critical time.

    This is called “breaking the continuity of the evidence”.

    As a result, nothing that President Trump did during his entire first year in Office, all the laws and Executive Orders and Directives he signed—- technically didn’t cure.

    Now, either he did this to himself because he wanted to void out mistakes made during the first year of His Presidency, or, far more likely, the Dems saw their opportunity to “win” by technicality and are scheming to invalidate everything he has done and everything he will do this next year and after—-just by sitting back and not telling him that his Office never cured.

    These are very devious, very skillful, very evil men he is dealing with, people who have been trained in the black arts and ecclesiastical law. He truly is contesting with Evil in High Places, so it is important that the “Good Witches” and “White Hats” surround him and educate and warn him and protect him, just as I am doing by writing this memo today.

    To counteract this, he has to re-take his Oath of Office, re-do the things he wants to stick— re-sign legislation, re-issue Executive Orders, etc.—and begin the whole timeline over again, being sure that his Office cures and is not interrupted by any more chicanery for a year and a day.

    Thereafter, his work will stand and his term will run and there won’t be anything that anyone can say or do against it.

    And now you all know why Democrat Chuck Schumer appeared to shut down the government for three days “for no reason”.

    Source: https:// http://www.facebook.com/avonreitz

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      • KimmyK says:

        You may want to take a peek at the Judges site, I haven’t had alot of time to look into the validity of it all but wouldn’t put the following past Oscammer to sell us out to the NWO

        Clip-
        A group of DOD employees discovered something amazing— fraud and embezzlement on a staggering scale, and from there, they discovered that all governments worldwide were incorporated and that all those governments were tied to the Holy See as the ultimate owner.

        .So– all Municipal Governments worldwide (except as noted) were liquidated in Chapter 7 (involuntary) bankruptcy by Barack Obama.  The UNITED STATES (INC.) enfranchised all the other governments— FRANCE, UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY, and JOHN MICHAEL DOE.

        He also placed all the Territorial Governments worldwide (except as noted) in Chapter 11 Reorganizations.  The USA, Inc. enfranchised all the other governments — France, United Kingdom…… and John Michael Doe.
        .
        The Paradigm Project and other Secondary Creditors named Bankruptcy Trustees and created a gigantic “public trust” that they named the One People’s Public Trust or OPPT, and they proceeded to create the Giant Slush Pile described.
        .
        They claimed title to all assets presumed to belong to JOHN MICHAEL DOE and JOHN M. DOE and John M. Doe and John Michael Doe and John Doe…. all the land and all the houses, all the businesses, all the oil rigs, all the cows, all the cars and trucks…..all dumped into the OPPT and parceled out by Secondary Creditors.
        ..
        They intended to provide people remedy within the system they had available to do that and to discharge all the bogus odious debt that had been heaped on Mom and Pop via the public bankruptcy.
        .
        That is, I believe, what is going on with the “Treasury Direct Accounts”— people aren’t receiving money.  They are receiving discharge of debts owed by JOHN MICHAEL DOE— debts that are naturally being discharged as part of the bankruptcy of the UNITED STATES.

        Within its limits, it was a good enough plan— but the problem then, is that because the Paramount Security Interest Holders were not slated show up to retrieve their property out of the bankruptcy, all our assets would be “subsumed” as collateral owed to the Secondary Creditors and under their control.
        .
        OPPT would own everything.  The entire notion of Private Property would be destroyed.  It would all be in one big pot under the control of the OPPT Trustees, a sort of global communism on steroids. 
        .
        But against all odds, in the eleventh hour of the eleventh hour, the Americans did wake up and they did pioneer the legal means to return to the land jurisdiction of the states and they did appear at the bankruptcy proceedings and they did firmly lodge their claim.
        .
        The unincorporated United States of America owns the United States and owns the UNITED STATES and owns the USA, Inc. and therefore also owns all the many, many, many franchises of these corporations worldwide.  This is because the American states and people paid for it all.

        The forgiveness of all the debts of FRANCE and JOHN MICHAEL DOE will be accomplished, but not at the cost of the loss of any rights or assets rightfully belonging to living people.  The Great Fraud is at an end.

        Judge Anna von Reitz
        I have been contacted by over a hundred people who are being presented with huge out of the blue “tax” bills after they have already paid their property taxes for the year.  These bills typically come with “Notices” — either “Notices of Power to Sell” or “Notices of Intent to Sell”.  

        These Notices can be hand-delivered by process servers or they can come in the mail addressed to whatever name the victim has on their property deed.  The gist of the message is always the same.  Pay this humongous amount by such and such a date, or the county or the state is going to sell your home out from under you and evict you.

        Does this sound logical?  No, it doesn’t.  The only way it makes sense is if you know that the UNITED STATES is a corporation with all sorts of supposed “franchises” and that it is being liquidated along with its franchises, to pay off $20 trillion in debt.   It still doesn’t make any sense until you also realize that you have been “enfranchised” in a way you never expected and that YOUR NAME is a franchise of the UNITED STATES, INC. just like a Dairy Queen franchise.

        Look this up for yourselves in Corpus Juris Secondum Volume 20, subsection 1785—“UNITED STATES is a foreign corporation(NY RE:Merrian, 36 NE 505, 1441 S. CT. 1973, 41 L.ED.287.”

        More at link
        http://www.newhumannewearthcommunities.com/anna_von_reitz/category/government-bankruptcy

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    • KimmyK says:

      Sundance, could you PLEASE check into this Trust issue and see if this is really true and not just fake news? If so, it is very very important to PDJT’s success and I wouldn’t put it past these corrupt snakes to find some loophole to stop him.

      I tried to research this a bit yesterday without much luck and you are much more gifted at this type of research than I ever could be.

      Thank you SO much for all your incredible research to expose the absolute moutain of evil that has infested our government and everything you are doing to raise awareness of this evil to help save our Republic!!!

      May God truly bless you for everything you do, may He bless all the treepers, may He bless, guide and protect our President and may God bless America! MAGA!

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  34. Newt Love says:

    I’m a Neanderthal. I must be.
    I believe in Right and Wrong.
    I believe in Truth and Justice.
    Sadly, I believe in crime and betrayal, but not by me. That takes Liberals.

    While the Liberals believe in an flexible Constitution ruled by the whims of the Majority Party, I believe in a WRITTEN US Constitution that has rules and a long process for making Amendments to it.

    I’m “Old School.”
    I believe in the Rule of Law.
    “We are a Nation of Laws, and not of Men.”

    Obama and his (D) Party have corrupted a dozen Executive Branch agencies, like the DoJ and FBI, the IRS, the CIA, et cetera,

    Our Republic is more important than the careers and pensions of the traitors who took control of those agencies and started prosecuting Conservatives, while giving massages to Liberals before exonerating them in the public square.

    We, the People, need to keep screaming everywhere we can, that the Liberals in Government and in the complicit Press need to be PROSECUTED to the full extent of the LAW, so that the “American experiment in Freedom and Democracy” will continue.

    No stopping. We must complete this MISSION.

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