Questioning Assumptions – Revelations of Key FBI Officials Leaking To WaPo Should Cause Review of Underlying Media Narratives…

With the latest information revealing that FBI Agent Peter Strzok and DOJ/FBI Attorney Lisa Page were specifically leaking to their media sources to shape the underlying story of their political efforts, everything presented by the recipients of those leaks should now be questioned.

Page and Strzok were the “sources” for stories written by Devlin Barrett of the Washington Post.

As such, obviously the network of Page and Strzok’s professional colleagues, would also be considered part of a grouping of people who would benefit from specific leaks intended to shape the stories.

One of those initial stories was a December 2nd, 2017,  WaPo outline describing Page and Strzok against the backdrop of the DOJ Inspector General Horowitz investigation.

The Washington Post presented the story of Lisa Page and Peter Strzok having an affair to the world.

That presentation became the underlying assumption for all reporting that followed (despite the lack of supporting evidence).  That WaPo story (narrative), “The affair” was written by Devlin Barrett, who we now know was in direct contact with Page and Strzok.

As with all new information, all assumptions –driven by that WaPo original story– should be carefully reconsidered.

As an example: were Peter Strzok and Lisa Page actually having an affair?  Or, was the “affair” simply an effective narrative, entirely constructed to describe the scope of their communication and cover-up a larger and far more looming truth, a bigger conspiracy?

Amid a vastly growing release of text messages, there’s nothing to indicate a relationship between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok based on anything except collaboration to politicize their jobs to the benefit of Hillary Clinton and against all her political  opposition.

For several years CTH has been pointing out how the larger U.S. intelligence community has a pattern of leaking specific information to specific outlets.

Information from Justice Department leaks and the Intelligence Community (writ large), generally appear in the Washington Post, New York Times, NBC, and -depending on content- the Wall Street Journal.  Information from State Department leaks generally flow to CNN, CBS and ABC.

Each of the initiating media reports of the leaks are then cited by their peer group: ‘media reports on media reports’. It is a pattern that has become transparently visible for those who follow politics and media.

Now that you know Strzok and Page were Barrett’s sources, re-read this story about what was going on inside the FBI in October 2016. – SEE HERE – “FBI In Internal Fued Over Hillary Clinton Probe”:

October 30th, 2016 – The surprise disclosure that agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation are taking a new look at Hillary Clinton’s email use lays bare, just days before the election, tensions inside the bureau and the Justice Department over how to investigate the Democratic presidential nominee. (read more)

Additionally, and perhaps more disturbingly, against the backdrop of officials within the FBI and DOJ having an agenda to protect their internal allies, it is also important to note that some leak efforts might actually be using the media to protect their team.

As an example, a Justice Department official may know one of their aligned colleagues might be scheduled for questioning by congressional oversight.  The insider, perhaps from a different sub-department within the DOJ, would have knowledge of the information provided to congress -and- desire to prepare their colleague by leaking the content of the information they have provided.

Recently, and specifically because of the explosive nature of the larger construct of the conspiracy within the Justice Department targeting of candidate Donald Trump, we noted the possibility of this happening. –SEE HERE– This stemmed from the original January 8th, 2018, Hill report of Page and Strzok as likely ‘leakers‘.

[…] What that individual series of text messages from Lisa Page highlights is how far she was willing to go to shape DOJ/FBI investigative action to the benefit of her favorite political candidate.

Lisa Page and Peter Strzok were not only willing to manipulate their official investigative duty to the benefit of Hillary Clinton, but they were also willing to leak information to the media in an effort to shape the narrative around their investigative duties.

Both Page and Strzok are scheduled to testify to the House Intelligence Committee *VERY* soon. Like, within a matter of days.

Given the revelation(s) within the text messaging today, and the evidence therein that proves the politicization of their offices, it is highly likely *NOW* they will plead the fifth and refuse to answer questions.

Which immediately makes me wonder about the motive behind whomever gave that text messaging information to John Solomon and Sara Carter.

Were those specific text messages, which clearly prove Lisa Page was leaking to the media, INTENTIONALLY given to Solomon and Carter because someone on “The Hill” was trying to warn Page about known evidence against her?

I don’t expect that Sara Carter would reveal her sourcing on this. However, I would WARN HER, *strongly* that there’s a serious possibility she is being used by her SOURCE to dilute damage against the “small group” co-conspirators.

Those who have followed CTH closely will note my historic suspicions toward a strong likelihood that Sean Hannity’s favorite journalists are being handled by DC control agents who know how manipulate media people. (link)

This does not mean that all media are doing the bidding of the corrupt officials knowingly. Some might be relaying information thinking they are just breaking exclusive news, without actually considering they are helping corrupt insiders to get dangerous information to their ideological allies in a scheme to assist them. [Not everyone has the benefit of HAM radios]

However, for the reassessment of all Devlin Barrett’s narrative engineering (reporting), we can be certain he is more than a willing ally to the corrupt group of FBI and DOJ insiders.

How do we know this?

Well, one of the brutally obvious stories was national security journalist Devlin Barrett writing a story specifically using “sources” to explain the context of the Page/Strzok message about untraceable phones:

(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, and thinking about the approach of a willing media journalist helping his FBI and DOJ allies, there’s a really odd dynamic to use the subject of the article as the likely 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 most obvious example of narrative engineering ever.  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, and it appears Devlin Barrett was more than willing to assist.

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 all assumptions based on this reporting should be questioned.

Again, President Trump was prescient when he tweeted:

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379 Responses to Questioning Assumptions – Revelations of Key FBI Officials Leaking To WaPo Should Cause Review of Underlying Media Narratives…

  1. Sentinel says:

    All of this stems from the media not doing its job.

    Every problem our nation has. Tainted information. They must be destroyed.

    Liked by 14 people

  2. starfcker says:

    Looking more and more like Page was running this leak operation. “I’m with her.” Another ruthless fembot for the cause. Who did fusion pay? And when? Nothing even remoely romantic in those texts, but spouses might have access to those phones. Who knows?

    Liked by 7 people

    • jephfree says:

      nails it on the i’m with her. feminist blood sisters
      muh small power dividend

      Liked by 3 people

    • Oldschool says:

      I want to know is she working for the ruskies, or am I crazy thinking this?

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      • I don’t know but there’s certainly a lot of protesting too much about “foreign governments” — like the Dec 2 piece that looks like it’s written by them about Strzok’s removal from Mueller team… totally gratuitous mentions of “foreign government MIGHT BLACKMAIL” for affair…just after saying it’s totes OK and not unprofessional!

        Several mentions like that which make me think…what? Why?

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        It really makes you wonder…. She appears to have pretty good spycraft, for a lawyer.

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    • Sam says:

      Remember these are selective texts that the DOJ releases to congress and congress releases to the public…so maybe they don’t release the more salacious texts.

      What is odd is why would they if it is them who leaked that they were lovers also leak that they were using burner phones in the same article.

      Another thing in the texts reads as if the reporter was a source for their group in the FBI, maybe it wasn’t them who leaked they were lovers but someone else in their group in the FBI, who was pissed about the texts, like his boss Bill or her boss McCabe.

      Tell you the truth I don’t understand if the IG reviewed the texts and found them so bad that he told Mueller ( if they did nothing illegal why tell Mueller) why wasn’t congress informed too, and why did IG stay quite along with the new FBI director for over 4 months and then finally it was leaked to press. Not told to congress.

      So either the IG is not on the up and up or the FBI Director, we know Rosenstein isn’t, who also knew.


  3. rf121 says:

    Whatever happened to the butler did it in the kitchen with the candle stick? So many twists and turns. More wine.

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  4. deqwik2 says:

    Sometimes what is Not said speaks louder than what is said.
    No “I love yous” or info about Trump/Russia found in text so far.

    Liked by 9 people

    • billrla says:

      deqwik2: Yeah, almost like a normal married couple.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Pat Frederick says:

        yeah, you know, hubby and I have been married for over 26 years and we still include abbreviated pet names when we text or email. i’m sure we haven’t seen everything, but their relationship seemed clinical.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I haven’t even seen them FLIRT. I had an “office husband” that I flirted with more than these red hot lovers do. What’s up with that???? They are the most unromantic, unloving, unfun couple in the world. Which means Sundance’s latest theory is a TOTAL ah ha for me.

      I still think Lisa Page managed to ensnare the doofus in charge of our nations’s counterterrorism (gee, that makes me feel giddyily safe and secure just to think about that) in her little plans and manipulated him as needed.

      She is suspicious. He is an idiot.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I’m with you, Sylvia. We understand the correct “flirting” game – what happened to innocent fun? Oh, that’s right PC killed it.
        Have to read more of the texts to see who was issuing most of the instructions.

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    • blind no longer says:

      Exactly deqwik, I said this today on another thread. You would get some inkling there was some spark there, but nothing I could see from what we have seen so far.
      Why wouldn’t the media protect those they have been conspiring with against PDJT? An affair would explain those burner phones, while IT COULD BE those phones had damning information about Hillary’s email coverup and the FBI and DOJ colluding against PDJT.

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  5. FofBW says:

    The media is totally corrupt. They have locked themselves into a paradigm that cannot be changed on their own. They need an intervention and a total gut job.

    Liked by 13 people

    • So many, including myself, have questioned everything labeled “news” by all media the past two years. There is no credibility left and I can’t image a scenario in which they could recover it. Sad.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Peoria Jones says:

        The last two years? My parents trained me in the 70’s how to parse everything the enemedia put out.

        I’m glad so many are seeing it now, but they have been subversive for decades. It started out as clever and subtle, but now they don’t even attempt to hide it.

        Even with their communist training in journalist schools, the mouthpieces of today have lost basic writing skills. They have zero critical thinking or logic. Their obfuscation and attempts to shape the narrative are pathetically transparent, and they are too uneducated to even understand that.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Same here! I learned to apply critical thinking regarding the TV and print news literally at my father’s knee. But then it was subtle. More of a tilt, that grew to a bias, that became propaganda pure and simple.

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          • Peoria Jones says:

            The headlines alone should be embarrassing. Skip over anything stated as a question – ridiculous. But there are other tricky ways to influence idiots too illiterate to even read the articles. With the advent of internet news, this is relevant. For example:

            – Did Trump Eat the Family Dog?
            – The Story Behind Trump Eating the Family Dog
            – Does Trump Have a History of Eating Dogs?
            – How Trump’s Unusual Eating Habits Shape the Culture
            – Trump’s Dog-Eating Story Enrages the Masses
            – Majority of US Opposed to Trump Eating Dogs
            – Protests Erupt Over Trump Eating Family Pet

            I could go on. These people think they are too clever. But to paraphrase Aristotle, the more you know, the more you realize how much you don’t know.

            Liked by 4 people

            • ladypenquin says:

              Shhhhhhh, Peoria. Don’t give them any ideas. It will be tomorrow’s headline. They’d do it too – well, except, President Trump doesn’t have a dog. Of course, then they’d say, “he disposed of it.” So the narrative continues. And 5 years from now we would still find ignorant snowflakes telling us how this guy was unkind to dogs/animals.

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        • littlefkower481 says:



      • Uncle Al says:

        2 years? Quadruple that and add a zero.

        Quite a number of years ago I noticed that in news stories where I had personal knowledge of the subject matter, the journalists clearly both didn’t understand what they were writing/talking about as well as missing a lot of information essential for understanding the story. I mentioned this to a few friends and family members, and they said, in essence, “Y’know? You’re right. When I already know the story, the news account is crap.”

        Extrapolating, it is a reasonable conclusion that most/all news accounts are crap and have been for a long time.

        What we may have been seeing more of in the last 20 years or so is that the crap has become deliberately misleading crap, designed to make the readers leap to incorrect crap conclusions.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      “The media is totally corrupt. They have locked themselves into a paradigm that cannot be changed on their own. They need an intervention and a total gut job.”

      The bat has a better idea.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Phokencougie says:

        Marine’s don’t play games. Mule~ler is going to pull the biggest switcharoo that nobody has ever seen.
        Gaggle = Cooked.


    • truth.

      I need a job! I’ll do it! I learned to sound unbiased while trying to “pass” as liberal!

      Liked by 3 people

    • joninmd22 says:

      Gut shot is more like it.


  6. Rusty says:

    while I think they really liked each other, there is no evidence in the text of an affair….

    Liked by 2 people

  7. SoCal Patriot says:

    I have noticed the lack of endearment in the texts between Page and Strozk. I think SD might be right to conclude that the affair is a cover story.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. Hotlanta Mike says:

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    • Streak 264 says:

      It would be great to see Trump march Mueller out of that room in cuffs.

      Liked by 7 people

    • 4harrisonblog says:

      Priceless, and he has the right to do it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • kjj says:

      I’ve been pushing this idea ever since I started hearing rumors. Thank god someone made a good meme out of it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • President Trump Testifies UNDER OATH to SC Mueller:

      1. Agrees to Testify under FULL Transparency on National TV.
      2. EVERYONE in America tunes in for the fireworks.
      3. SC Mueller announces President Trump is his final INTERVIEW as Cameras begin to roll. [Part of the Agreement, not to waste President Trump’s time]
      4. VP Pence saunters in with the Holy Bible to take the Oath.
      5. President Trump directs SC Mueller to take the Oath FIRST to ensure that America can TRUST in all that they hear.
      6. Lefties go NUTS.
      7. President Trump announces “America, you deserve to hear WHY we are here today, HOW we got here and WHAT you will learn from today‘s INTERVIEW.”
      8. MSM goes NUTS.
      9. President Trump to Mueller:

      • “Have you operated within the law as a legally-appointed Special Counsel?”: “YES” [Anything else would be a BAD start.]

      • “Have you and your SC Team complied with all laws throughout your investigation? This requires a simple YES or NO answer”: “YES”

      • “Are you under Federal Employment as a SC?”: “YES”

      • “Are All Federal Employees obligated to answer all questions under oath as one of the terms of their continued employment?”: “YES”

      • “As FBI Director, did you vet and hire and promote [FBI Employees A, B and C into leadership positions D, E and F, who are now under INVESTIGATION for Crimes X, Y and Z]?”: ”YES”

      • “Were your chosen Leaders the BEST members of the FBI that you could have appointed these positions of NATIONAL TRUST?”: “[Good luck with a YES]”

      • “As Special Counsel, did you vet and hire these FBI and DOJ Alumni G, H and I who you subsequently fired and who are now under INVESTIGATION/INDICTMENT?”: ”YES”

      • “Were these the BEST people you could have recruited to your Team?”: “[Good luck with a YES]”

      • “Do your CRITICALLY IMPORTANT LEADERSHIP choices and promotions of these people establish a basis for America to TRUST what you and these people have been doing during the investigation?”: “[Good luck with a YES]”

      • “Are you familiar with the statute under which Rod Rosenstein announced your appointment as SC?”: “YES” [NO would make his YES response to A. a lie.]

      • “Did this law require that your SC appointment specify the crime to be investigated?”: “YES” [No other option]

      • “Please quote to America the crime that your appointment specified, from the appointment document that VP Pence is handing to you”: “There IS NO CRIME.” [Democrats scream “RUH ROH” in unison.]

      • “So you LIED when you said that you were a legally-appointed Special Counsel, didn’t you?”: “I REFUSE to answer that question by claiming the 5th to AVOID SELF-INCRIMINATION.”

      • “You’re FIRED.” [Leftie HEADS EXPLODE.]

      • “AG Sessions, I am directing you to prosecute former-SC Mueller for lying under oath.” [Hillary has a HEART ATTACK.]

      10. [Mic Drop]

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    • Leon0112 says:

      I would prefer that Trump told Mueller that he will only speak to him after the DOJ and FBI have provided the appropriate Congressional committees with ALL of the information they have requested.


    • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

      Cost of Fire and Fury—an overrated $19.95, cost of popcorn and a drink—$12.95, cost of a ticket to see the under oath testimony—PRICELESS!!

      Liked by 1 person

  9. 4beagles says:

    On a different thread some posted a blog link to a Strzok family tree of sorts with many spider web intersections of powerful people interconnecting in media, ABC agencies, political positions and lawyers, lots of lawyers.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Troublemaker10 says:

    With all that we have seen so far, wouldn’t the DOJ/FBI have already identified them as “leakers” and given them the Reality Winner treatment?

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Streak 264 says:

    I like (The media is the enemy of the American people) tweet.


  12. Hotlanta Mike says:

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  13. Hotlanta Mike says:

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  15. nerveman says:

    So I have a choice. Do my affair on a burner or use my work phone. Were they restricted to one device at work? I would think the last thing any FBI g man would do is use the authorized device. That was no affair.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. Carrie says:

    So it appears, that the Obama Administration not only weaponized the FBI and the DOJ, but also the media. By creating the echo chamber, Ben Rhodes primed reporters to not question the motives behind stories. Then they use the strong laws protecting the journalists from divulging their sources as a further smoke screen.
    Of course, when the shoe was on the other foot, the Obama Administration spied excessively on reporter James Rosen when he suspected him of having contact with a leaker in his administration.

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  17. Chuck Peebles says:

    LOL Barrett writes that “Page and Strzok declined to comment.”

    Liked by 4 people

  18. Ziiggii says:

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  19. missilemom says:

    I have to admit I never thought they weren’t having an affair. Wouldn’t Horowitz and Wray have access to all the texts? Would Wray let this affair story continue if he knew differently? If true, it implicates more than Page, Strozk and Barrett.

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  20. Publius2016 says:

    The line is obvious: Special Counsel violated the Presidential Transition Law and procured the emails of a duly elected President! Since then we’ve had curveball to curveball to slider…in Davos, they plant another one so that “if Radioactive Mueller goes” then Congress can try to spin their Impeachment again…TOTAL FARCE! UNIPARTY Deep State Special Counsel is their only defense.

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  21. It is funny – while I was reading the texts released yesterday – which is the first longer series of exchanges I’ve read – I thought “Hmmm, I don’t see any kind of endearing terms of affection or even an ‘I miss you’, nothing amorous”. I took it for granted that they were hooking up. Shame on me.

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  22. rf121 says:

    But there has to be more to it. They were both willing to let that rumor spread knowing what the impact it would have on their spouses and families. They were willing to potentially sacrafice that for what?

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  23. wolfmoon1776 says:

    This is brilliant. It reshapes my entire reference frame. NOW we see that we cannot trust ANYTHING out of their mouths, or their media co-conspirators mouths. This is WILD.

    My current position is that DOJ and the DOJ-pressured FBI are now running from the reality of high-level political engineering to “let off” Hillary Clinton, and are trying to frame it as FBI incompetence.

    NO. I smell Eric Holder on this. The key influencer will be the mysterious Trisha B. Anderson, IMO. I think that SHE and Loretta Lynch gamed this bigly. SHE is Eric Holder in the room. They made it LOOK like it was all FBI, but I don’t think so – ASYMMETRIC TAKE-DOWN.

    There is a YUGE video on OANN right now about “Cleaning up the 7th Floor at FBI” – an amazing witness of internal politiciization. And he’s pointing to DOJ, too.

    It’s time to dogpile this mess.


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  24. Craig D says:

    The Main Stream Media is so totally bias (bias is being nice, they make up stories and have a agenda) against The President, there is no redemption (or going back to proper reporting) for the media. Where this all ends up five to fifteen years from now, I hesitate to think.
    An earlier comment on another thread mentioned that “nothing will happen to the leakers” as Congress is the worst offender (for leaking). This is so very true. Leaking by officials is business as usual. Welcome to our democracy!


  25. Bitcoin & Stock Market Timing says:

    This is quite the never ending war

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  26. Donna in Oregon says:

    So these two are going to plead the 5th and get great deals like Cheryl Mills and Mrs. Weiner and we (the American people) get nothing but flak and countermeasures.

    Oh Crap!! Not again….


  27. Publius2016 says:

    Love the analysis…like a military maneuver we must see the landscape as they do…it’s a eleven dimensional alternate universe of land mines ditches and escape hatches…they only solution is daylight…SIMPLEST RULE: anyone who asks to hold these hearing behind closed doors or to withhold/redact documents are unmasked…Remember, Bannon was Deep State UNIPARTY who worked with Andrew Breitbart and our President and he was unmasked to save SPECIAL COUNSEL…it’s that important to them!


  28. Rev.Bro. Generik Broderick says:

    Easy peasy to find out. Hate to give away anything to the enemy, but isn’t the usual procedure to inquire of the female a very complete description of the male in [Q]uestion. Maybe Q knew.


  29. Dan says:

    Basic procedures to cover the real motive. Create a narrative of something slightly illegal (infidelity in this case) or pornography etc. To cover the actual activity. Anyone with knowledge of this kind of work can see the underlying intent.

    If I am conducting “fill in the blank” and I want to protect the information, operation, or the people involved, if caught I also create a “story” for that act. These knuckleheads maybe thought they would be covered because Clinton would have won and no one would be the wiser. Or they were just that dumb to have used traceable tech. Just think if we could get all the communications from State from the past administration too.


    • A little off topic but I sense the same thing about McCabe’s wife’s contribution. Everyone seems very happy to talk about it, and it’s a fairly minor infraction. I suspect it’s cover for something very bad. I mean, McCabe, so obviously….
      but I keep thinking about this every time I see it reported on.


  30. bluegirl says:

    What happened to investigative journalism? Sundance can show them how it’s done.

    Liked by 3 people

    • average Joe says:

      You can lead a horse to water ,but you can’t hold his head underwater ,till the bubbles,STOP

      Liked by 2 people

    • Risa says:

      Unfortunately, there is a huge difference between the investigative journalism Sundance does, meant to educate and inform, and the “journalism” we see coming from mainstream media. MSM is there to control the narrative and shape perception and opinion. The powerful interests who own the “reporters” view us as inconvenient sheep to be herded. Lies, as needed, are just part of their formula.

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  31. tunis says:

    The symbiotic relationship between big government and big media drives corruption on steroids and eviscerates the rule of law.

    Unfortunately both political parties are equally complicit. Big media needs to be broken up and returned to the what it was in 1980. And big government needs to be shrunk drastically but that can’t happen as long American voters keep voting the lesser evil.


    • Craig D says:

      I agree with tunis – Unfortunately, I think it is going to get much worse (out of control media and corrupt government officials) before it gets better. I hope we are able to survive.

      Liked by 1 person

  32. maxwell102 says:

    I’m beginning to tire of the phrase “rule of law” when so many of these criminals are lawyers. Are there any honest lawyers left?

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  33. sundance says:

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    • waltherppk says:

      Bill Priestap seems to be the “quiet” eye of the hurricane or maybe enjoying a place in the federal witness protection program, to avoid being Seth Riched, so is Bill Priestap the possible leaking source for Sarah Carter? And speaking of the witness protection program, and understanding the FISC is a federal court upon which an interagency FRAUD was perpetrated, I wonder what function could the U.S. Marshals have in this scenario? Will the U.S. Marshals simply be executing the eventual arrest warrants?


    • blind no longer says:

      Sundance is killing it! I bet they all come here and check CTH hourly,with a drink in their hand.

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    • PS says:

      Amusing in retrospect. Leak that the “white hat” FBI is handwringing over the moral dilemma of interfering with an election, from the same person who made the edits that the fix was in, and they were never going to prosecute.


  34. kinthenorthwest says:

    Of course I had to share

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    • Cow wow says:

      Look to the family connect of Peter Strzok.

      Liked by 2 people

      • I have read through that thread twice plus there are offspring threads and strotz wife was appointed to sec by obama and given pay raise right around the time Hillary exonerated…you have to read all of this and really go nuts about what is going on…this is a massive conspiracy to elect Hillary and destroy Trump..the whole family is criminal…almost too much to read and comprehend at once…


  35. Ziiggii says:

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  36. redridge45 says:

    Could this just be part of Hillary’s disaster plan, implemented when the ‘heat’ got to a certain level? If others have planned for so long on the white hat side, why would there not be a defensive plan to fall back on for the black hats; maybe they haven’t updated it for a decade or two, but something about this is too neat. I have no doubt that HRC would throw BHO under the bus…
    Great article(s) Sundance, so glad you are putting this out, much appreciated. I don’t know how you do it; my head hurts!

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    • H.R. says:

      redridge45: ” I have no doubt that HRC would throw BHO under the bus…”

      I think Hillary vs Obama is a Mexican standoff. They are handcuffed to each other because of the dirt they have on each other. If one goes under the bus, they both go under the bus.


  37. Ziiggii says:

    Remember what Bug-eyed Farkas said…..?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      I don’t want to click the link to the story – can you reveal the name of the crook?


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      • Ziiggii says:

        here’s a different source:

        A former Justice Department prosecutor sought to sell sealed lawsuits brought by whistleblowers to the targets of pending investigations, according to a Washington Post report.

        The lawyer, Jeffrey Wertkin, gathered up the documents before he left the Justice Department in April 2016. He then went to work for an influential D.C. law firm, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, where he hoped to drum up clients by offering to sell the sealed complaints and his services to defend against them.

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        • Mike says:

          Hadn’t seen that one Ziiggii

          They better make an example out of that dude. That really gives you an indication of the type of low life’s that have infiltrated the Department of Justice. The fact that he was arrested a year ago and we didn’t hear squat about it is troubling. Justice’s first priority appears to be covering their dirt.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            DOJ is the key to this for sure. HOLDER weaponized it from the moment he walked in the door.

            DOJ smart lawyers are directing the flames onto the FBI. They want it to end there, and not get back to either Obama or Hillary. If the trail goes to DOJ, BOOM. Powder keg of corruption.

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            • bofh says:

              Seems likely that the place has been rotting for decades, at least. Perhaps Holder was the first to harness it for direct political use, but I’m inclined to think it long predates him.

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              • H.R. says:

                Does the name ‘Robert Kennedy” ring a bell? Is there any chance that Papa Joe wanted a little payback from his rum running days?

                I dunno, but it seems to me that AG/DOJ has probably been politicized long before Holder arrived on the scene. However, Holder took it to another level and I believe he had the bright idea of embeds to carry on long after he was gone.



            • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

              Watch out—there may be Black Panthers, billy clubs beating their hands, waiting for anyone trying to implicate that purer than snow Eric Holder. I can only hope when they slam the door on his cell, that they drop the key in a moat filled with one thousand 15 foot gators!

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          • blind no longer says:

            You know Mike, you are so right. If this country actually had real,honest journalists or news reporting this article would have been on the front pages of every newspaper in America. It would have been repeated thousands of times on every news network on TV. Instead, we get Stormy Daniels and two scoops of ice cream.

            Things are getting scary if you’re a whistleblower.


        • Sylvia Avery says:

          So constitutional scholars out there–do we HAVE to have a DOJ? Is it a constitutionally mandated agency? B/c I am thinking it needs to be torched, right along with the FBI. Burn it to the ground. Start over if need be, but anything this foul needs destroying.

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  38. Mike says:

    I think it was important for the Strzok/Page texts released by Sara Carter to get out there, to give the Congressional investigators some backup, that this wasn’t just a plan to discredit Mueller.
    If Strzok and Page are guilty, and I believe they certainly are, they aren’t going to tell congress anything anyway.

    If they take the fifth, all we are losing is a potential charge of perjury to congress. Like HRC did, Holder did, Koskenin, Klapper, Comey etc. Only Holder was held in crim. contempt and he was not charged.

    I would be surprised if Strzok/Page haven’t been interviewed by the IG weeks ago. Also if they take the fifth I would think their security clearances would be taken away. If they don’t want to cooperate, charge them. There is no doubt they leaked classified information about the most important investigation in their careers that had national security implications. I also believe, based on the 302s that Strzok is so worried about, that he obstructed his own investigation by the way it was conducted. One count for each act obstruction, each leak, etc could add up to a lot of prison time.
    It is time to play hard ball. Mueller certainly is.

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  39. Eric the red says:

    Wasn’t it said that the personal information was taken out and not released? Not saying this theory is not correct.


    • JMC says:

      Of course it’s correct!


    • It’s not just that there’s no planning to meet at XXX motel. It’s that there’s no simmering lust or even affection in the way they talk to each other.


    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I heard that too. But honestly, even if there wasn’t anything like Hey baby meet you at the Hilton for a nooner, or dick pics, there would surely be little flirtations including in all the texting? Compliments? Gee, that red tie really makes your eyes look demonic! Or, ooh, honey, the way you at that carrot makes me think of Mr. Ed! Something.


      • H.R. says:

        Yep. Not seeing much in the way of ‘bodice ripper’ texting between those two, Sylvia.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          LOL no there sure isn’t! And even if the “personal stuff” has been held back as was indicated earlier, there is a tone that is just missing in these messages. There isn’t any affection or teasing of flirting, or pet names, or ANYTHING that makes them sound like the dreariest of people–total true believer ideology and self absorbed careerist looked for that next rung up the ladder.


  40. dizzymissl says:

    I know in the last letter from the IG, he said they would exclude texts that were personal. Can’t remember if that was specified in the first.

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  41. Craig D says:

    I agree with Takeadeepbreath – Devlin (the so called journalist) spinning the romance angle could be to have an eventual headline read “troubled lovers cause abundance of problems at the DOJ and FBI”. Perfect for the next cover story of The National Enquirer!


    • webgirlpdx says:

      If she’s from DOJ I’d like to know how they met. And she obviously didn’t do any “work” whatsoever if she is actually an attorney. Just spent all day every day texting crap around.

      Nice gig if you can get it.

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  42. CanadianAussie says:

    Yes! The affair is a cover story. I kept waiting for the embarrassing sex talk between two people texting during a torrid love affair (50,000 in 5 months) but – nothing.

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  43. H&HC 2nd-16th says:

    Interesting analysis by Sundance of no affair between the conspirators. Their multiple text messages must be re-analyzed with that fact in mind. In my simple opinion she appeared to be the Alpha participant encouraging him to coordinate the nefarious bidding of the DOJ. Or, am I missing something?

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  44. Hotlanta Mike says:

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  45. ARW says:

    yes, there’s no lovebird chit chat. there also seems to be some missing texts….the conversations don’t flow.

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  46. Katherine McCoun says:

    At what point do we stop calling the information given to journalists by deep state, crooked fed gov “leaks”? Is it “leaking” if the info “leaked” is known to be false at the time of the “leak” by the “leakers”?

    They are feeding the media, partnering with the media, using the media, planting stories, controlling the narrative or guiding the media or all of the above! These aren’t leaks of information. This is purposeful disinformation and it is plotted, purposeful “leaking” — telling journalist the narrative and info that they want for a specific affect.

    With the planting of stories, feeding a specific narrative to the press to knowingly fool the American public, how is that not an actual conspiracy and true obstruction of justice?

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  47. Why didn’t Devlin report that PAGE and STRZOK claimed texting on work phone was done to throw wife off scent of their adultery instead of claiming it was “sources” who told him? Devlin was accomplice to deceit to make it sound like someone else was corroborating the poor lovers’ story….i.e. corroborating the COVER UP.

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  48. Gil says:

    Mr. Barrett wrote a pulitzer nominated story with another reporter, Adam Entous. Summary:

    “The Last Diplomat,” a multilayered thriller that took readers inside the rarely seen intersection of diplomacy and national security, telling the story of one woman’s professional ruin after years of service to her country.

    Is he looking to make heroes out of Page and Sztrok?

    Barrett is wsj to wapo.
    Adam Entous is reuters to wsj to wapo to new yorker.

    Who in Barretts immediate circle has had exclusive stories? Can they be pinned as leak recipients?
    I think we need that list of journos paid by fusion.

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  49. 5 part thread I’d love some thoughts on…


  50. Alison says:

    I’m beginning to want the media shills to fry more than the traitorous bureaucrats.

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