On Notice – Senator Chuck Grassley Sends Letters Requesting Information…

WASHINGTON – As part of their ongoing oversight efforts to ensure that the FBI’s law enforcement activities are free of improper political influence, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) yesterday sent six letters seeking information and documents regarding Christopher Steele’s work on behalf of the Democratic National Committee and Hillary for America.

The letters seek information and documents relating to those political organizations’ knowledge of and involvement in Mr. Steele’s work and his reported interactions with the FBI while he was working on behalf of these political organizations.

The letters were sent to:

An example of the requested information:

♦ For the period from March 2016 through January 2017, please provide all communications to, from, copying, or relating to: Fusion GPS; Bean LLC; Glenn Simpson; Mary Jacoby; Peter Fritsch; Tom Catan; Jason Felch; Neil King; David Michaels; Taylor Sears; Patrick Corcoran; Laura Sego; Jay Bagwell; Erica Castro; Nellie Ohr; Rinat Akhmetshin; Ed Lieberman; Edward Baumgartner; Orbis Business Intelligence Limited; Orbis Business International Limited; Walsingham Training Limited; Walsingham Partners Limited; Christopher Steele; Christopher Burrows; Sir Andrew Wood, Paul Hauser;4 Oleg Deripaska; Cody Shearer; Sidney Blumenthal; Jon Winer;5 Kathleen Kavalec; Victoria Nuland; Daniel Jones;6 Bruce Ohr; Peter Strzok; Andrew McCabe; James Baker; 7 Sally Yates; Loretta Lynch; John Brennan.


It would appear that Senate Judiciary Chairman Senator Chuck Grassley is sending out advanced notice of who he is looking into as part of the Steele Dossier construct and how it was used by the DOJ/FBI.

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382 Responses to On Notice – Senator Chuck Grassley Sends Letters Requesting Information…

  1. fabrabbit says:

    DW Schultz’s lawyers will be busy at the copy machine. She’s going to want that $1000 she made fun of.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      fabrabbit, do you really think all of these will report back? No way! They are running away like rabbits or working overtime to hide as much as they can. Truth and karma is taking over and there is no escape for them as eventually they are caught and we want them hanged for treason of the worst kind.

      Liked by 2 people

      • fabrabbit says:

        Agreed, They are not going to respond. But the letter alerts everyone that they are being investigated. Serves to build the story that there is corruption. Makes everyone squirm. More, too but Im up too late reading this.


    • jstefano1 says:

      The addressee of this letter is not actually John Podesta. The addressees are the named targets in the body of the letter. The question being presented is, “Who wants to get in line to show us what you’ve got for us as a witness for the ‘prosecution?'” Another way to put it is, “Who wants to be the John Dean of this scandal?”

      Liked by 5 people

  2. LibertyONE says:

    I’ll bet that IF Sen. Grassley receives ANY response(s) they will be in the form of ” thanks BUT no thanks”. Unless he is willing to issue subpoenas to these ind’s to testify under oath IN PUBLIC he’s going to get jack sh*t!

    Liked by 6 people

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Subpoenas will follow noncompliance.

      Liked by 6 people

    • ladypenquin says:

      Liberty, he is willing. Each day has brought him moving another piece on his chess board. Have seen no letting up. This letter has the effect of a significant number of people having to look over their shoulder, and no matter how protected they may be in their circle of “friends,” everyone who knows them is going to be thinking about this. Their children may or may not hear anything from schoolmates, considering the private schools they attend, but somewhere someone will send them a social media message.

      People will talk, something that even these libs might be concerned about.

      Liked by 4 people

    • OldSaltUSNR says:

      Subpoenas, without a prosecutor and empaneled grand jury, leads to a loop going nowhere. NONE of these people will respond with any constructive information, unless they are looking at an indictment. IF they respond under oath, and/or under subpoena, it’ll be to plead the 5th. After that, if evidence exists to indict and they are under criminal liability, the dam will burst, someone will sing, and then a choir will develop, as rats try to escape their fate.

      There aren’t many G. Gordon Liddy’s on the Democrat side who will willingly go to prison for Obama or Clinton.

      Liked by 2 people

      • scott467 says:

        “There aren’t many G. Gordon Liddy’s on the Democrat side who will willingly go to prison for Obama or Clinton.”


        If there is even a single one who would go to prison for these heinous criminals and traitors, who would it be?

        There is no honor among thieves.

        Even less among traitors.

        Who is going to throw their life away, so Hussein or Sick Hillary can laugh at what suckers they are?

        Besides that, it would only consign such a person to a longer prison term. Even if there was someone foolish enough to fall on their sword to protect Hussein or Clinton, it wouldn’t protect them at all, because NSA already has enough evidence to convict everyone involved a hundred times over.

        That is the beauty of their arrogance and brazen disregard of the rule of law; they did these crimes over a period of EIGHT YEARS, so the evidence is EVERYWHERE. It’s all over the Internet, all over their personal servers, all over foreign intelligence agency files (who ‘hacked’ them), and the NSA has every last byte, of everything these criminals did, for the entirety of the Hussein treasonocracy.

        If anyone cooperates, MAYBE there will be some form of leniency for a few lower level traitors. But that cooperation is not necessary, and even if they ALL tried to protect Hussein and Clinton, it wouldn’t change a thing.

        They’re all going down anyway.

        Cooperation or no cooperation.

        Liked by 2 people

        • phaedrus99 says:

          the model is… start at the bottom, the little guys… scare them with huge consequences… they start to sing sing sing on the levels above, then, move on up the chain thusly!


      • sc1200 says:

        There are plenty of Jim and Susan mcDougal’s on the Democrat side. They are fellow travellers for the cause and going to jail is a badge of honor for them. They know they will be taken care of when they get out.

        Liked by 1 person

        • scott467 says:

          “There are plenty of Jim and Susan mcDougal’s on the Democrat side. They are fellow travellers for the cause and going to jail is a badge of honor for them. They know they will be taken care of when they get out.”


          As the saying goes, ‘that was then, this is now’.

          Back then, they knew the Clintons would be in power when they got out. Back then, the prospect that Slick Willy and Sick Hillary would be in a cell right next to them wasn’t even a possibility.

          There are no badges of honor to be handed out when the people who hand out badges are behind bars with you.

          Who is going to take care of them, if they ever get out?

          And who is going to take care of them while they’re in?

          Prison — real prison — is no kind of place for either snowflakes or those accustomed to the finer things in life. Not even for one day.


    • Grassley already knows the answers and has the documents. He is giving them the rope to hang themselves by lying about the contacts and denying the existence of documents in the custody of the OIG. “Never ask a suspect a question to which you don’t know the answer.”

      Liked by 4 people

    • MTK says:

      If a crime is committed in secret and held in secret. Does not knowing, make it any less a crime?

      To which they say, “Prove It.”
      Ok…To which, “We all cheer!!”

      If Grassley is asking for it, he does not need it.
      That is how daming the evidence behind the memo is. #ReleaseTheMemo


  3. Greg C. says:

    What’s going to compel these people to voluntarily give this information, asked for? Or is there consequences for not?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. webgirlpdx says:

    Will any of them have the guts to communicate with each other…..or will it be smoke signals…

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Che Pup says:

    Does anyone else remember, back in May 17 that one off leak of a deep web encrypted chat between 13 parties in a chat room?

    Makes kind of interesting reading all these months later.


    Liked by 6 people

    • AmericaFirst says:

      Wow! I’m sure I never saw that. Five people commented, but the carrier said 13 people were logged into the conversation. Would like to think that the OIG or House Intelligence Agency has been made aware in the intervening 8 months.

      Michael Flynn really ought to withdraw his guilty plea before sentencing, he was definitely targeted.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Mike says:

      V posted this 1-17-18, 5:20 pm. I am not a computer geek, no offense, so I don’t know if it is real. But it sure is interesting.

      Liked by 1 person

    • beach lover says:

      Wow. This also could explain a reason RR (Rosenstein) is going along with them. Very Interesting.. and agree. Flynn was set up. This proves it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Thomas says:

      Would seem to align with the FBI “failing to preserve” texts in the period leading up to Mueller’s appointment. No telling what Strzok and Page were saying to each other.


  6. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Yates, Lynch, Brennan named in letter. I go to sleep a little better tonight. Much better than those sh*th@les will be.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Alison says:

      And if WE have questions about why certain names were left off, I bet THEY are freaked about names not listed, wondering if anyone has been spilling their guts 😊

      Liked by 5 people

      • beach lover says:

        I thought the same thing. They have to wonder how Grassley is getting all this information when they went to such great lengths to cover all the dirty tracks. It also proves, that Grassley, Nunes et al.. are much further into uncovering the facts than what we are hearing in the news. The MSM is still caught up on Trump firing Mueller, and FNC is talking memo and the lovebirds.

        The powers that be are into Chapter 4 while we are still reading the introduction.


    • Hotlanta Mike says:

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Southpaw says:

    Small group is going to fill an auditorium if this keeps up.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Kay Cedilla says:

    Finally the men are running things according to law and maturity. The last child president did everything the New York Times said to do and wore short pants.

    Liked by 5 people

  9. MaineCoon says:

    None of the 6 record request letters designated an expected date for producing the requested documents, information, etc. IMO this might not be voluntarily produced. They basically would be producing what’s comparable to discovery in a lawsuit. They will be pondering their defense. Not sure if they will force a suit or cough it up. The DNC never did cough up their server to the FBI after their “Russian hacking”. Course, maybe Szrok never asked for it*cough*.

    It will be produced – one way or the other — ut not anytime soon, imo. At this point it’s adversarial.

    Poor Donna. She’s going to have to play nice in her old stomping ground – or maybe not.

    Turn of the screw.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Streak 264 says:

    Saudis still purging corruption and taking money from the corrupt: The WSJ (No paywall)

    Hope this is what Trump is working on. Didn’t Trump go to Saudi before the purge started?
    If so maybe Trump got them to do it.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. TFred says:

    Seems like the age old tactic of tossing a smoke grenade into a hole to see how many rats run out.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. nimrodman says:

    I was gonna ask “What’s magic about the March 2016 start date?” so I took a look at the timeline spreadsheet someone here provided. There was a lot going on and I’m not knowledgeable enough to zero in on any one thing. January 2017 ending date includes PresTrump’s inauguration, of course.

    Let’s see if this posts:
    2016-02-25 Peter-Strzok-Lisa Page texting event DOJ
    2016-03-01 FGPS approaches Perkins Coie DOJ
    2016-03-03 Sabina Menschel donates to Hillary for America PAC.
    2016-03-04 Carson drops out of race
    2016-03-04 Peter Strzok texts Lisa Page, calling Trump idiot, whose nomination would be good for Hillary DC
    2016-03-06 George Papadopoulos joins Trump campaign DOJ
    2016-03-15 Rubio drops out of race
    2016-03-15 Between this date and 9/15/16, Papadopoulos tries 6 times to arrange meetings between Trump campaign and Russians, all are rejected
    2016-03-15 Mike Rogers orders an audit of 702 About Queries
    2016-03-18 Peter Strzok-Lisa Page texting event
    2016-03-19 John Podesta receives a phishing email asking him to change his password
    2016-03-21 Carter Page hired as adviser?
    2016-04-05 Peter Strzok interviews Huma Abedin DC
    2016-04-07 Obama gives Fox interview declaring Hillary’s handling of e-mails as carelessness.


    Liked by 2 people

  13. Peoria Jones says:

    It’s a bit late “to ensure that the FBI’s law enforcement activities are free of improper political influence.”

    But welcome to the party, and don’t harsh our buzz.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. saywhat64 says:

    This letter sounds like what Mueller and his team should have sent out in the form of a subpoena if they were doing a real investigation as per their appointment…

    Liked by 1 person

    • beach lover says:

      well yeah.. the key word is IF they WANTED to do a real investigation. RR set the path for his charge although no one ever asked why it was always only against Trump collusion and never Hillary. That as far as I am aware has never been looked at by Mueller and his team. Which seems a little strange what all we know now, why that has never answered by those in the DOJ.

      Liked by 3 people

  15. Sundance I don’t know how you can keep up with all this information, thank you!

    Liked by 7 people

  16. S. Armaticus says:

    Oleg Deripaska; Sidney Blumenthal; Victoria Nuland;

    IOW, funding, support, operations.

    Victoria no doubt cut her teeth in the Ukraine on this sort of thing…

    Liked by 1 person

    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Victoria Nuland is a lifelong swamp rat neo-con and married to Robert Kagan. Talk about a duo of the lets destroy everything… Nuland started with B Clinton Admin under Strobe Talbot (highly involved in Yugoslavia takedown) and rolled over to be a ‘chief advisor to VP Dick Cheney (couldn’t wait to bomb Iraq). Then onto Hillary’s state dept and was the real ‘point person’ in the color revolution in the Ukraine and dis-info on Russia… And, this is a biggie – Nuland was originator of “The Video” talking points on Benghazi.

      She’ll shed her skin for any administration, as long as she can reek havoc and her and her husband, along with military industrial investors profit greatly… You take this b*tch this down all problems (wars and covet ops) in Europe and North Africa are exposed.

      Liked by 6 people

  17. CTHLurker says:

    Holy sh*t, Oleg Deripaska is a close Putin associate and Russian oligarch. If they have reason to believe the Clinton camp / democrats were in touch with him, the “Russia collusion” story pivots on a dime.

    Edited by Admin…

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Nyc007 says:

    My sixth sense is that this is for show, ala Trey Gowdy. Prove me wrong and talk me off the cliff.


  19. deqwik2 says:

    Daniel J. Jones… former staffer for Diane Feinstein.

    “The Penn Quarter Group (The PQG) is led by Daniel J. Jones. Daniel has extensive experience advising senior business executives and U.S. government officials. He has spent more than a decade leading, managing, and participating in complex investigations for the U.S. Senate and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, including leading deployments and fact-finding missions to more than a dozen foreign countries. As a staff member of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Daniel led, managed, and served as the chief author of several prominent investigations, including the largest investigative review in U.S. Senate history, “The Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention and Interrogation Program” (aka, the “Senate Torture Report”). The investigation, which was based on more than 6.3 million pages of classified documents, was described by the Los Angeles Times as the “most extensive review of U.S. intelligence-gathering tactics in generations…”

    Daniel has a Master in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, a Master of Arts in Teaching from Johns Hopkins University, and a Bachelor of Science from Elizabethtown College. He is a former Teach For America Corps Member. Daniel currently serves on the Board of Advocates for Human Rights First and as a fellow at Harvard’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy.”


    Liked by 1 person

    • deqwik2 says:

      The Penn Quarter Group .. Daniel Jones is President

      “The Penn Quarter Group (The PQG) provides confidential research and investigative advice to businesses, law firms, not-for profits, political entities, and individuals. We specialize in assessing investigative needs, evaluating investigative reports, and responding to investigative findings. The PQG also conducts targeted research and composes confidential reports for clients in a variety of industries.”


      Liked by 1 person

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      I am just so darned impressed with Mr. Jones and his credentials.

      Liked by 1 person

  20. andi lee says:

    I see Perkins-Coie hasn’t made it into Grassley’s – Graham’s purview of discovery in the letters. I wonder, why?

    Deliberate onion peeling or avoidance of the *big club*?


  21. lieutenantm says:

    Dennis Morrisseau USArmy Officer [Vietnam era] ANTI-WAR

    Lieutenant Morrisseau’s Rebellion FireCongress.org Second Vermont Republic, VFM POB 177, W. Pawlet, VT 05775 dmorso1@netzero.net 802 645 9727

    “Everything you want is on the other side of fear.” – Jack Canfield “People who say they have no imagination are imagining they have no imagination.” – J.Rappoport

    “The future ain’t what it used to be.” – Yogi Berra

    “I can resist anything but temptation.” – Oscar Wilde

    “Do right and risk the consequences.” – Sam Houston

    “You can get much farther with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone.” – Al Capone

    “In acting, sincerity is everything. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made.” – George Burns

    “To see what is in front of one’s nose needs a constant struggle.” – George Orwell

    Liked by 2 people

    • MTK says:

      I seen your quote list quite a few times.
      Here is one to add to your list…

      “When a man lies, he murders some part of the world.” – Merlin of Excalibur


  22. Justice Warrior says:

    Hoping the prison walls are closing in!


  23. KBR says:

    So many crimes during this period of time.

    The recipients are going to be going nuts trying to figure out what evidence Grassley already has (relating to which of many crimes, but which also relates to “improper political influence”) wherein contact with the persons named has already been shown.

    Anything found during discovery on Steele investigation that gives evidence to some other unrelated-to-Steele crime investigation would, (Would it not?) be given to Sessions/Wray and also to the Congressional committees that would pertain to that information?

    Imagine, for example, the entire breadth of each and every communication document between DNC and Yates? Brennan? Lynch?
    Or Podesta’s Hillary for America and the same three? including Hillary.
    Not to mention every communication with each of the others listed.

    I imagine thousands of documents are actually involved.
    Given that Hillary is mentioned in that, perhaps some of the Arkancidal/Clintoncidal evidence is contained therein.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Can’t we just ask Watson what happened?

    Liked by 1 person

  25. kevin king says:

    I see Edward Baumgartner’s name on that list. I suspect he is the one who is largely responsible for the dossier. Simpson states in his testimony to Congress the other week that he had hired Baumgartner’s firm as a subcontractor to do work for him

    Page 138 in the transcript
    Simpson – We have a long-standing relationship with a subcontractor named Ed Baumgartner
    who has a degree in Russian from Vassar, I think. And I don’t know if you would
    call him a linguist, he is not a translator, but he works for us on Russian things involving the Russian language.
    And I specifically remember assigning him to do work in the summer or fall of 2016 on
    Michael Cohen’s business connections to Russia and Ukraine and his
    father-in-law’s background in Russia.And so he worked on both. A
    And I specifically remember assigning him to do work in the summer or fall of 2016 on
    Michael Cohen’s business connections to Russia and Ukraine and nd I think
    Edward might have also worked on some Manafort stuff, although I am less clear
    on that.
    Schiff – Did he travel to Russia on your or Fusion’s behalf in connection with
    the Trump research?
    Simpson – Did he travel — no. Not that I know of.

    BTW Baumgartner and Steele both have offices in central London and they are about 200 yards apart.if I were Baumgartner I would consider purchasing myself a first class ticket to a country that doesn’t have an extradition treaty with the US.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. Mickey Wasp says:

    Thing is… and would like some feedback and opinions on this.
    These investigations or interrogatories from the respected committees and possible full onslaught prosecutions cannot stem from ‘fabricating evidence’ from the FBI or DOJ personnel. IMO, this plays into every criminal that these idiots have prosecuted in the past. Every inmate and their defense attorneys would start filing for new trials and some inmates would hit the Prison Law Library and file their own – just to gum up the works.

    Therefore, (IMO) the committees will have to expose them on money laundering, bribery, seditions acts, pay-to-play type schemes, malfeasance and others. But, stay away from the ‘fabricating evidence’ in the making of the “Clinton Dossier” to enact or gain FISA court rulings / warrants. That’s why I think the Sessions DOJ has started or built the Leaking Investigations of classified material.


    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      It would appear from the Strzok/Page texts that the upper echelon was at some pains to divorce the matters in question from investigation by the usual field agents. That marked departure from standard procedure may isolate their actions and ultimately preclude any domino-effect law suits or appeals by convicted felons. My guess: the Supremes would decide in a test case.

      Liked by 1 person

  27. StarryNights says:

    Looks like a partial list of the Secret Society (SS).


  28. beach lover says:

    I love how this is starting to set up nicely to what Sundance alluded to.. Nunes is on top of the Hillary cover-up of the email scandal and Grassley is getting to the facts on the dossier and how they used it against Trump. The IG (Horowitz) has to have lots of info on both. Actual unredacted stuff making it’s way to the Congressional committees.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. bayoukiki says:

    These records will go the way of Florida’s paper ballots


  30. Maquis says:

    He forgot John McCain. Feinstein. Schiff for Brains. Not to mention Damned Foreign Imposter and Usurper Puppet Zero and John Podesta and Killary and Eric Holder and, and, and damn it all! Just send them all to Guantanamo right now!




  31. elricviii says:

    It’s a trap! And they are already snared in it. It’s too late for damage control. They are being called out.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. gymcy81 says:

    … does anyone wonder why it took 20 yrs to investigate (obfuscate) twa flight 800 ?
    … you say, ‘what’?

    In DC, there is a pattern… ( and using tax payer funds, the government actually pays folk$ for the ‘investigations’ (obfu$cations)… )

    Add 15 to 20 yrs. to your age, and others involved in this doj / fbi / State / WH etc. corruption…what / whom do you think is ‘left’ to observe in 2030….2035… ?

    Between now, and then, what other new ‘hot’ stories will develop, to place this one on the back burner…?
    I do not know

    the govm’t. bureaucracy was ssslow, not nimble, in the 1930’s too.
    Take a look at how long that tyranny was building up in Germany, and Japan (1930’s)…’before’ significant counter efforts began, in 40’s. [proof is within the DC Holocaust museum]
    Thankfully, there were people on site, with fortitude, that took risky steps to begin to thwart the growing tragedies (Schindler etc.) while awaiting countries to get their corrective acts together.

    If we don’t learn from history, we are bound to repeat it. [the education system does not properly teach history]

    Is all it takes for evils (black hats, not wearing a hat) to prevail,
    is for the good, to do nothing
    (while being complacent or duped by wooden-nickels, false advertising, double talk, double standards, — isms, pol (in)correctness etc.)

    “Prove all things,
    hold fast to that which is good.” St. Paul to Corinthians.

    Yes, it is good to investigate the corruption(s)…with due diligence and coy awareness …
    that the opposition has a strong tendency to work towards self-preservation (by a lot of various, often unbounded, means).



  33. 4harrisonblog says:

    Notice Clapper was not named but SD called that one as well.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. D. Manny says:

    “Asked to elaborate, Wilson said, ‘Trump’s personal life has long been a complicated thing and there are a number of stories out there that are being worked by the networks and by the other folks that I think would be very consequential, particularly in how conservative and evangelical voters view Donald Trump.’”

    “There are a couple of things out there on Trump that I think would end the race and I don’t have access to all of them but I am one of these people that spends my life on the phone talking to people and talking to oppo guys and talking to researchers” he said. “And there are some things out there that I think would cause even his most passionate supporters to go, ‘Whoa, wait a minute.’”

    (NOTE: There are two things of interest in these statements made by Rick Wilson: One is, all of the salacious material about Trump had already hit the airwaves. The only thing left by this point is the “Golden Showers Dossier,” so it is the only thing he could be referring to. The second point of interest here is, Wilson isn’t talking to journalists. He says he’s talking to opposition researchers. Singer was out of the picture by this time. He had to be referring to Fusion GPS. Bear in mind, this information is being shared with Wilson but is not being shared with Congress.)


    Liked by 1 person

  35. D. Manny says:

    Rick Wilson goes on a tweet storm in response to the dossier being published by Buzzfeed

    Rick Wilson@TheRickWilson: “All kidding and puns aside, we fought so hard because we knew this was who Trump was…and what the RUS IC had on him”

    o QUESTION: Who is “we”?

    Rick Wilson@TheRickWilson: “@ZacGriffith92 The information was out there looooong before the 4chan posts”

    o QUESTION: Oh, really? Hmmm, who knew this, Ricky? We are very interested in knowing the answer to that question….


  36. jello333 says:

    Is it weird that I have this urge to send a simple little tweet to all these conspirators? Just a simple…

    “Wakey wakey”


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