“Obstruction of Justice” – Special Agent Strzok Text Message Highlights FBI Investigative Intent…

Since Thursday night we’ve been combing the FBI files to figure out exactly what FBI Agent Peter Strzok was referencing in one of the most recently released text messages.  We have discovered the context and the text is now damning.

House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte read this specific text message on Thursday night during an interview with Sean Hannity:

At first, the context behind the September 10th, 2016, message was elusive, however it is now clear.

On September 2nd, 2016, during the (pre-election) apex of the FBI providing the documents behind their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of her personal email, and the subsequent decision by FBI Director James Comey not to pursue criminal charges therein, the FBI released their investigative files:

September 2nd, 2016 FBI Press Release:

“Today the FBI is releasing a summary of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s July 2, 2016 interview with the FBI concerning allegations that classified information was improperly stored or transmitted on a personal e-mail server she used during her tenure. We also are releasing a factual summary of the FBI’s investigation into this matter.

We are making these materials available to the public in the interest of transparency and in response to numerous Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Appropriate redactions have been made for classified information or other material exempt from disclosure under FOIA. Additional information related to this investigation that the FBI releases in the future will be placed on The Vault, the FBI’s electronic FOIA library.” (link)

The FBI was under pressure to release their investigative documents.  On Sept 2nd, 2016 the release included the FBI investigative notes (FD-302’s) from the questions and answers during Hillary Clinton’s interview.  This investigative release was big news at the time.

The 302’s are the specific FBI forms used to document interviews/interrogations. They detail questions asked and answers given as well as who was present during the interview.

Inside the September 2nd, 2016, FBI release were two files:

•One file was 47 pages (full pdf here) and includes a full summary of the Clinton email investigation.

•The second file is 11 pages (full pdf here) and is the actual FBI investigator notes during the Hillary Clinton interview.

This second file is the “FD-302” (embed at the bottom for reference).  This is the 302 file FBI Agent Peter Strzok is referencing in the text message to Lisa Page.  Remember, Peter Strzok was one of the FBI people who actually interviewed Hillary Clinton.

What FBI Agent Peter Strzok is admitting in the September 10th text message, is that there are details within the interview of Hillary Clinton that he (and others) intentionally withheld from the September 2nd, 2016, release.

Specifically, evidence withheld in the 302’s would be some of the FBI questions and some of the Hillary Clinton answers to those questions.   In essence, the FBI held back actually releasing the full account of the interview.

According to the Strzok text message, the reason for withholding some of the details of the Hillary Clinton interview is because there are “very INFLAMMATORY things” within it; and once congress finds out what was withheld the details will “absolutely inflame” them.

Peter Strzok then goes on to say when/if the full FOIA is released, presumably post-election, Jim, Trisha, Dave and Mike are going to have to figure out how to deal with the discrepancy:

…”I’m sure Jim and Trisha and Dave and Mike are all considering how things like that will play out as they talk among themselves.”

“Jim” is likely James Baker, the Chief Legal Counsel for FBI Director James Comey.

“Trish” is likely Trisha Beth Anderson, Office of Legal Counsel for the FBI.  [Anderson was hired for the DOJ, by AG Eric Holder, from Eric Holder’s law firm.]

“Dave” and “Mike” currently remain unknown.

So it would appear, James Baker and Trisha Anderson, the legal advisers at the top of the FBI leadership apparatus, were both aware the September 2nd, 2016, FOIA release was manipulated to conceal part of Hillary Clinton’s questions and answers.

Perhaps now we can better understand the importance of this specific text message as it was released by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte.

This message by Strzok shows a team of FBI officials intentionally conspiring to withhold “inflammatory” Clinton investigation evidence, from congress. And the decision-making goes directly to the very top leadership within the FBI.

Peter Strzok justifies his knowledge of the intentionally withheld 302 interview material by claiming: “because they weren’t relevant to understanding the focus of the investigation”.  However, to evaluate the filter this investigative team are applying we only need to look at the wording of their public release which accompanied the material:

Today the FBI is releasing a summary of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s July 2, 2016 interview with the FBI concerning allegations that classified information was improperly stored or transmitted on a personal e-mail server she used during her tenure. (link)

They felt obligated only to release information about “classified” or “improperly stored or transmitted” information.   That’s a rather disingenuous investigation.

There’s no mention of any FBI intent to investigate action or conduct undertaken by Hillary Clinton or her team to hide the use of classified or improperly stored information; or any intent to look at a cover-up, scrubbing, or conduct that happened AFTER it was discovered that she unlawfully used a personal e-mail server during her tenure.

We can see from the wording of the FBI public release, and the overlay of the text message from interviewer Peter Strzok, a deliberate effort to inquire into only the surface issues of classified information transmission and storage.  There was no investigative intent to go beyond that, and no information released, intentionally, that might disclose any larger issues.

If the FBI was legitimately conducting an investigation, and providing the subsequent evidence from within that investigation,  the FOIA would include all material relevant to the investigation, which would include all 302 (essentially Q&A) pages. However, the set of questions and answers the FBI released on Sept. 2nd 2016 was not the full set of Questions and Answers. They withheld something, likely “inflammatory”, per FBI Agent Strzok.

FBI Agent Peter Strzok is outlining in this text message a deliberate intent to shape the Clinton interview, and then a deliberative process of filtering out only those aspects of the interview that would support their pre-determined outcome, delivered only days later.

Additionally, FBI Agent Strzok is admitting that a group of FBI officials including himself, James Baker, Trisha Anderson, Lisa Page, and likely others (McCabe, Comey) conspired together to intentionally withhold  information -derived from this interview- from congress and the American people.

REFERENCE and RESOURCES:

File #1 of Document release – Investigation Summary:

File #2 – The Summary of Interview – The 302’s:

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Below is the list of things Hillary Clinton could not recall in the FBI interview, as compiled by Lifezette in 2016:

  • When she received security clearance
  • Being briefed on how to handle classified material
  • How many times she used her authority to designate items classified
  • Any briefing on how to handle very top-secret “Special Access Program” material
  • How to select a target for a drone strike
  • How the data from her mobile devices was destroyed when she switched devices
  • The number of times her staff was given a secure phone
  • Why she didn’t get a secure Blackberry
  • Receiving any emails she thought should not be on the private system
  • Did not remember giving staff direction to create private email account
  • Getting guidance from state on email policy
  • Who had access to her Blackberry account
  • The process for deleting her emails
  • Ever getting a message that her storage was almost full
  • Anyone besides Huma Abedin being offered an account on the private server
  • Being sent information on state government private emails being hacked
  • Receiving cable on State Dept personnel securing personal email accounts
  • Receiving cable on Bryan Pagliano upgrading her server
  • Using an iPad mini
  • An Oct. 13, 2012, email on Egypt with Clinton pal Sidney Blumenthal
  • Jacob Sullivan using personal email
  • State Department protocol for confirming classified information in media reports
  • Every briefing she received after suffering concussions
  • Being notified of a FOIA request on Dec. 11, 2012
  • Being read out of her clearance
  • Any further access to her private email account from her State Department tenure after switching to her HRC office.com account.

Secretary Clinton could not recall when she received her security clearance or whether it was carried over from her time in the Senate. She also could not recall any briefing or training by the State Department “related to the retention of federal records or the handling of classified information.”

Secretary Clinton said she was briefed on Special Access Programs – the top-level classification of U.S. intelligence – but could not recall the specific training or briefings on how to handle that information.  Additional discoveries from September 2016:

DISCOVERY ONE: Clinton Deleted Her Private Email Archive “A Few Weeks After The New York TimesDisclosed” The Private Server. Viser Tweet: “A few weeks after the NYT disclosed that Hillary Clinton had a private email account, her archive inbox was deleted.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY TWO: Clinton Did Not Know The (C) Mark Meant Classified And Did Not “Pay Attention To Diff Classification Levels.” Seitz-Wald Tweet: “Clinton said she didn’t know what (c) mark meant, didn’t pay attn to diff classification levels, treated all srsly.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY THREE: “There Were 17,448 Work-Related Emails That Clinton Didn’t Turn Over To The State Inspector General.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY FOUR: As Secretary Of State Clinton “Had 13 Mobile Devices And 5 iPads” With Her Private Email.Viser Tweet: “Hillary Clinton, who said she had her private email for convenience, had 13 mobile devices and 5 iPads, according to FBI.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY FIVE: Clinton’s Lawyers Could Not Locate The Mobile Devices With Her Email Address.. Viser Tweet: ‘FBI found 13 total mobile devices associated with Clinton’s 2 phone numbers. Her lawyers couldn’t locate the devices” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY SIX: “The FBI Determined That Clinton Brought Her Blackberry Into A Secure Area At State, Which Is Prohibited.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY SEVEN: Clinton’s Email Archive Was Transferred Onto A Personal Gmail Address To Help Archive The Records. Zapotosky Tweet: “In 2014, in an effort to transfer an archive of Clinton emails from a laptop onto a server, someone used a personal Gmail address to help” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY EIGHT: Clinton Deleted Her Emails Because She Thought “She Didn’t Need Them Anymore.”Cilizza Tweet: ‘Clinton told the FBI she deleted her emails because she didn’t need them anymore not to avoid FOIA”(Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY NINE: Someone Tried To Hack Into Clinton’s iCloud Account. Viser Tweet: “The FBI found that someone was trying to hack into Hillary Clinton’s iCloud account. They were unsuccessful.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY TEN: “Hillary Clinton Sent Out An Email To All State Employees Warning Them Against Using Personal Email Addresses.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

BONUS DISCOVERY: “The Phrase ‘Could Not Recall’ Or ‘Did Not Recall’ Appears 27 Times In Hillary Clinton FBI Interview Transcript.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

Hillary - orange is the new black

We can only imagine what the FBI held back…

 

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1,159 Responses to “Obstruction of Justice” – Special Agent Strzok Text Message Highlights FBI Investigative Intent…

  1. Honest Abbey says:

    I have never spoken a cross word about AG Jeff Sessions here at the CTH only because it is such a delicate topic, and for many of his supporters, it’s far too personal and you guys fight back with a vengeance.

    I’m not interested in going into battle with you…..I simply do not have the stamina.

    I am only expressing my disappointment (more like my disbelief) in how Jeff Sessions has decided to respond to the current crisis within our very corrupt top law enforcement agencies.

    He has reduced this, The Most Criminal Corrupt Activity Within Our FBI and DOJ (in the history of our country) to being a mere case of potential POLITICAL BIAS or FAVORITISM.

    POLITICAL BIAS!?!
    FAVORITISM!?!

    Deep Breath! I can hardly contain myself.

    Also note that he refers to this premeditated, well designed inside HIT JOB against our President, and the cover up of Hillary’s email scandal as…..

    POTENTIAL “MISTAKES” and “ERRORS”

    WOW!!!!

    No wonder the MSM has decided not to cover this little oopsie accidential COUP to take down our President.

    We need some harsher words, Mr. Sessions…….

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/01/26/in-veiled-reference-to-strzok-page-scandal-jeff-sessions-defends-doj-promises-to-eliminate-bias/

    In Veiled Reference to Strzok-Page Scandal, Jeff Sessions Defends DOJ, Promises to Eliminate Bias

    Excerpt from article:

    The attorney general then took a firm stance against bias, saying:

    It means absolutely eliminating political bias or favoritism in either direction from our investigations and our prosecutions. That sort of thinking is the antithesis of what our department stands for. We will not tolerate it. It means identifying the mistakes of the past, correcting them, and, when we find problems we are addressing them head on, not sweeping them under the rug.

    And it can never be that our department would conceal errors is [sic] they are to occur. We expect – no, we demand – the highest level of ethics and professionalism from every person in the Department of Justice.

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    • singingsoul says:

      Honest Abbey
      I have been wondering if I am the only one since those of us have seen the real Session those defenders have almost silenced us. Silencing is what leftists do and therefore I am surprised.
      Our AG failed us but most of us our President who is now fighting for his Presidency even though he has done nothing to deserve it. Session played a part in it and history will not be kind to him.

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  2. Lea Kinder says:

    ““Dave” and “Mike” currently remain unknown.”

    Possible Dave and Mike (FBI org announcement Feb 2011)
    David Bowdich, associate deputy director of the FBI, FBI Headquarters

    Mr. Bowdich will assume the position of associate deputy director of the FBI. Most recently, Mr. Bowdich served as the assistant director in charge of the Los Angeles Field Office. In this critical role, Mr. Bowdich will oversee most of the FBI’s non-operational branches and divisions.

    Michael Steinbach, executive assistant director for the National Security Branch, FBI Headquarters

    Mr. Steinbach has been named executive assistant director for the National Security Branch, replacing John Giacalone, who will be retiring at the end of February. Mr. Steinbach most recently served as the assistant director of the Counterterrorism Division.

    [Not sure these are the Dave and Mike referenced, but maybe]

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  3. Their bank accounts need investigating along with the Clintons. Why is Bill Clinton always visiting war torn third world countries? This article is on a subject not often talked about, and I would question, cookstoves, or guns?
    http://katehon.com/article/hillary-clinton-and-cookstoves

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  4. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Sundance broke the case. This is it. They FORMED the response to hide ALL THAT WAS NEEDED TO BE HIDDEN. And they didn’t just wheedle around the edge of responsiveness (which is utterly repellent but “legal”) – they actually over-specified their response (a form of weaponized bullsh*tting) to NOT RETURN RESPONSIVE DOCUMENTS.

    This is HUGE. And it shows that the FBI and DOJ cannot be trusted to return documents. They cannot be trusted to redact properly. In fact, I hate to say this,m but they simply cannot be trusted. The top ends – anybody involved with this stuff – needs to be replaced with people who actually follow rules. And that doesn’t even get to “spirit of the law”, which has to be a really difficult concept for these people.

    The Clintons. They corrupt EVERYTHING they touch.

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    • Osugagal says:

      Wow. This is all so evil and corrupt. I am afraid that normal people who have not been following this closely as we all have will just not believe it because it is so so bad. Plus media will downplay and say it is all to distract from Mueller probe. While not normally a debbie downer I am also afraid Mueller will do something to change the narrative. Please good guys start to indict, arrest , share etc.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        I think the lofo (low-info) people are starting to realize what’s going on. They don’t want to admit it, but they know. The Canklebots can’t protect them. Only more illegalities can, and those illegalities would be pinned back swiftly and mercilessly to all the actual actors.

        Take heart, but more importantly, take courage. THAT you may need.

        Big Ugly gonna get MOAR.

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      • scott467 says:

        “Wow. This is all so evil and corrupt. I am afraid that normal people who have not been following this closely as we all have will just not believe it because it is so so bad.”

        __________________

        They won’t have a choice, it will be a paradigm-shifting event (like DJT winning the election was).

        They will not be able to ‘avoid’ the ‘reality’ because that reality will impact and influence everything going forward. The only way to remain in denial will be to hide on an island, like a Japanese soldier from WWII apparently did for quite a while after the war ended.

        Very, very few people will be able to take that route…

        For those who desperately don’t want to believe the plain truth about these horrifically evil people they have looked up to for so long, it may seem like the therapy treatment in A Clockwork Orange (sans Ludwig Von Bethoven’s Ninth symphony), but believe it they will!

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        • scott467 says:

          edit/correction: Ludwig Van Beethoven.

          [I would like to take this opportunity to post this friendly reminder that an EDIT BUTTON would be very much appreciated!]

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Had a cinema-major roommate who used to needle a friend of ours (also a cinema major) whose favorite scene was Gene Kelly singing and dancing “Singin’ In The Rain”.

            Except he would do the Clockwork Orange version:
            I’m singin’ in the rain (kick)
            Just singin’ in the rain (punch)
            What a glorious feeling (spit)
            I’m hap-py again (kick)…

            Needless to say, she hated it to death…

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      • fabrabbit says:

        I like how you say “normal” people who are not following this closely as we have been. Does that make us “abnormal”. If so, I’m OK with that.

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    • aqua says:

      This is exactly right. And this is just the FBI. We also know the State Department was corrupt and intertwined in protecting Clinton and the assets of the Clinton Foundation.

      These employees are repugnant, and so are the media who covered for all of this mess.

      Maybe, though, this is now breaking through — between the online diligence of Sundance, WikiLeaks, the never-give-up heroes at Judicial Watch, President Trump and his Cabinet, and every patriotic commenter/blogger/reporter, certain folks in Congress now seem to be getting this message.

      Finally.

      May God bless America and keep her safe.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        AMEN. And I mean AMEN.

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      • Toronto Tonto says:

        Because this goes all the way to the top, the bureau went out of its way to protect President Obama. But the Clintons still have plenty of allies in government, especially with her as the presumed incoming administration. She ensured her people were in place, and most federal employees are Democrats, anyway. Obama felt emboldened to break the law, and the FBI felt compelled to let him.

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    • jstefano1 says:

      HRC is clearly not as ignorant as her I-don’t-remember responses indicate. She knew nearly everything that needed to be destroyed, and she was clearly able to remember a comprehensive attorney provided list of items not to remember during her interview.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        YES.

        I just realized something today. We see the bizarre hypocrisy in the CIC Forum meltdown that Hillary had, where Matt Lauer says “So judgment is key.” and Hillary responds “Temperament and judgment.” – POINTEDLY – but THEN she goes into a jaw-dropping rant about Lauer behind the scenes, even calling Donna Brazile a “buffalo”. The absolute opposite of a “good” temperament.

        However, that hypocrisy is FULLY intended. She is FIXING stuff with lies. It’s what she does. Do what she wants, toward a hidden goal, and fix it with lies.

        She is NOT ignorant – EVEN of her own faults, flaws, and dangers. She KNOWS she is everything she accuses Trump of falsely.

        Think how evil that is. It is EYES WIDE OPEN evil. Not delusional. She knows exactly what she’s doing.

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        • ForGodandCountry says:

          Well, yes. I mean, it’s what’s worked for her for her entire life.

          Liked by 2 people

          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            There is a certain innocence in that picture, and I can see exactly where the Devil snuck into the details. Just ONE little error, and everything else follows.

            Sometimes we have to delay gratification, but delaying morality is always a mistake.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          She is a Satanic, Black Magick Illuminised WITCH. They don’t get any worse than that…
          The Arkancides (and stuff like abortion) give her and her lot power. People don’t seem to think that people (or evil) like that exists.

          But they do (and it does). And that explains how the DEMONcRATs will stop at nothing to achieve their goals. Look at the Georgia “Guidestones”. Horrid…

          But the good news is, GOD has already won. And the evil folks (remember Haman?) will be confounded and defeated. There’s a lot going on that we don’t see. Ephesians 6:10-18.

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        • farmhand1927 says:

          Exactly, wolfmoon. This is why its hard to imagine who so many people get sucked into her world and serve her, lie for her and God only knows what else on her behalf. She treats people like dirt, punishes her enemies and anybody that dares disagree with her with vengeance. She carries grudges and over all, she is unlikeable, totally disingenuous, bitter and hateful. Imagine getting up everyday and going to work for her, knowing you likely will get your backside chewed, will be expected to lie for her or could be asked to break the law to protect her.

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    • WSB says:

      Premeditation much?

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        HUGE. The FBI was made criminal by Obama. STUNNING.

        Liked by 4 people

        • WSB says:

          Launder intelligence…laundered evidence. Like, with a cloth!

          Liked by 4 people

        • singingsoul says:

          wolfmoon1776 says:
          “HUGE. The FBI was made criminal by Obama. STUNNING.”
          ______________________________________
          That shows us who he is…!

          Liked by 4 people

        • El Torito says:

          We all knew he replaced much of the top of the FBI with his fellow USA haters. We wouldn’t be here if he hadn’t.

          Liked by 2 people

          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            But I really don’t think these people hate the USA. And they absolutely don’t think they do. They replaced them with people whose FLAWS and BAD THINKING and ERRORS combined to let anti-American stuff sneak through.

            This is REALLY intelligent. The downfall of the FBI is REALLY intelligent. I think that should wake people TF up. This isn’t normal.

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            • scott467 says:

              “But I really don’t think these people hate the USA.”

              _______________

              What other conclusion can be reached?

              “Ye shall know them by their fruits.” (Matthew 7:16a)

              Their ‘fruits’ have been to conspire and to subvert and undermine the Constitution and the rule of Law, with malice aforethought.

              It wasn’t by accident, it wasn’t even a one-time event, it was and is an ongoing conspiracy to undermine the very foundations of our country.

              If what they were doing never even gave them pause, such that they continued (and continue to this day) to hide their actions and even yet still seek the overthrow of our duly elected president…

              Consider where we would be right now, and where the world would be, if they had succeeded.

              If that is not hate for America and for our Constitution, then what is?

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                I think the hate is very cunning in how it’s distributed – how it hides – how it morphs. It’s not the simple, self-admitted hate that one sees in Antifa types, open communists, and sidewalk-preaching Islamists.

                Take Obama and his wife – easy examples. Yes, it’s clear they have a lot of hatred, and a lot of it directed toward America AS IT EXISTS, and – sadly – as it even could exist. Notice how well Obama himself always hid it. His wife, less so. But yet I think in both of them, there is an ENORMOUS amount of self-deception, both conscious and unconscious, that they actually love the country. It’s “I love you BUT” – which is one of the most pernicious and subtle hates of all.

                Now remember – those are the CORE haters on our soil, in our name. Their old Soviet and current Chinese (and other) masters likely include 100%, always on HATE, America haters. But anybody who farms out from them is generally less than 100%. THAT is what foreign allegiances look like. They’re messy.

                Now fan out from the core commies, who are themselves less than full hate. It just gets less and less, as the people who work for them (like the top of the FBI) are more and more useful idiots. They worry if the flag offends anybody. That’s not hate – that’s lukewarm love, living in fear that hate may be in style, and that style matters more than country. THAT is everywhere in .dem and .gov, and it is what the commies have really taken advantage of.

                So maybe I do agree with you – there is PURE hatred out there, infiltrating and spreading, but it rarely shows up FULLY in the individuals it manipulates. It’s a network quantity – visible and predictable – that spreads, manifests and manipulates. It lets many DELUDE themselves that they love the country, but at critical moments, it takes control – often by fear, envy, pride, or other negatives – and asserts control. Then at that moment, an action that serves pure evil takes place.

                As far as the Constitution – I must admit that there is some big hate, but I think most of them simply disrespect it. CHANGE! NOW! To me that’s a combination of misplaced love and indifference. ALTHOUGH I do think the people who actually designed this recent sabotage of the Constitution, and particularly the anti-Trump sabotage – who likely include non-Americans – undoubtedly hate the Constitution. And the Second Amendment – THAT is thoroughly hated. The First, less so, but still by some, particularly the Gaystapo and many hard left foreigners.

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            • lvdancer says:

              They hate our country. Remember when she declared that she wanted a “hemispheric-wide state?” That was the end of the USA! That was a single state, composed of the USA, & Canada to the tip of South America. Had she won, the Constitution would have been torn in pieces. These are NWO Globalists. They not only hate us, they hate all that we hold dear.

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  5. Cookstoves again, but this revelation is interesting. Cookstoves initiative wasn’t even launched yet! So, what was she up to in Jakarta? “One former Diplomatic Security agent, for example, told FBI investigators that Clinton “blatantly” disregarded State Department security protocols while she was secretary of state. The former agent alleged that Clinton would ride to foreign diplomatic functions with top aide Huma Abedin, instead of the local ambassador, which the agent said violated normal procedure and embarrassed and insulted the ambassadors.

    The former agent also said that on an early 2009 trip to Jakarta, Indonesia, Clinton insisted on visiting a troubled area to promote a clean-cookstoves initiative, despite a request from Diplomatic Security that the visit be scrapped for safety concerns. The agent said Diplomatic Security officials thought the trip placed staff, security and even reporters in danger, all for a photo opportunity “for her election campaign.”
    https://www.pressherald.com/2016/10/17/fbi-pressured-to-change-classification-of-about-email/

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  6. Has anyone compared the list of Executives/CEO’s that have resigned from today back over a year (especially since 12/21) to that of a list of who sits on the CFR Council of Foreign Relations? Those of you who are good with spreadsheets.

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    • Winston says:

      There is another layer above the CFR, but you are on the right track.
      Find their bosses.They do have bosses as well.I call them the Merchants of Death.
      Its better you find them on your own, you’ll understand why when you do.

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  7. ltravisjr says:

    Ok, I am a simple person. So HRC was secretive and we now know the FBI was secretive sharing why they exonerated her for it. As big as the FBI secrecy is in and of itself, I want to know what they hid. I will take SD’s advice and not suggest what it might be without proof, but man I want to know because my imagination is going nuts.

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    • beach lover says:

      To me, it’s about her destroying evidence. If they wanted ‘intent”, I could think of questions better than the ones they ask her.. and I’m just a Mom who raised teenagers!

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      • mimbler says:

        Intent was irrelevent because the statute does not require intent, That was an invented element by Comey to clear her.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Katica’s stuff was the beginning of sunlight on what the FBI was intentionally missing, with “Stonetear”. This showed that the Clinton people were engaged in altering evidence, which is SUPPOSED to be a big deal. Then add ALL the likely culprits getting immunity, but NOTHING that would be worth immunity coming out. The whole thing is a beautiful logic exercise in letting her off. It’s designed opaqueness. If they basically make it impossible for any straight line to make it through all their small wickets of “allowed” evidence, in the end NOTHING GETS THROUGH.

        The rules about “no public charges near an election” is clearly a weaponized fallacy. THAT must end. It’s very, very obvious how the subverting forces used that one. Again – they fight the sunlight. Darkness is their primary weapon.

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      • ltravisjr says:

        Yes, and that is enough to indict, but deeper, what did she destroy evidence of? It must be something huge since the FBI tried to cover up her cover up.

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        • ltravisjr says:

          Sorry, that was my response to beach lover’s reply above.

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        • neal s says:

          ltravisjr asks “what did she destroy evidence of?” There is just so much to choose from.
          How about this joke …

          Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a bar.

          Donald leans over, and With A smile on his face, says, “The media are really tearing you apart for That Scandal.” Hillary:

          “You mean my lying about Benghazi?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “You mean the massive voter fraud?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “You mean the military not getting their votes counted?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “Using my secret private server with classified material to Hide my Activities?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “The NSA monitoring our phone calls, emails and everything Else?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “Using the Clinton Foundation as a cover for tax evasion, Hiring Cronies, And taking
          bribes from foreign countries?
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “You mean the drones being operated in our own country without The Benefit of the law?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “Giving 123 Technologies $300 Million, and right afterward it Declared Bankruptcy
          and was sold to the Chinese?”
          Trump: “No,the other one.”
          Hillary: “You mean arming the Muslim Brotherhood and hiring them in the White House?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “Whitewater, Watergate committee, Vince Foster, commodity Deals?”
          Trump: “No the other one:”
          Hillary: “The IRS targeting conservatives?”
          Trump: “No the other one:”
          Hillary: “Turning Libya into chaos?”
          Trump: “No the other one:”
          Hillary: “Trashing Mubarak, one of our few Muslim friends?”
          Trump: “No the other one:”
          Hillary: “Turning our backs on Israel?”
          Trump: “No the other one:”
          Hillary: “The joke Iran Nuke deal? ”
          Trump: “No the other one:”
          Hillary: “Leaving Iraq in chaos? ”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “The DOJ spying on the press?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “You mean HHS Secretary Sibelius shaking down health insurance Executives?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “Giving our cronies in SOLYNDRA $500 MILLION DOLLARS and 3 Months Later they declared bankruptcy and then the Chinese bought it?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “The NSA monitoring citizens’ ?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “The State Department interfering with an Inspector General Investigation on
          departmental sexual misconduct?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “Me, The IRS, Clapper and Holder all lying to Congress?”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “Threats to all of Bill’s former mistresses to keep them quiet”
          Trump: “No, the other one.”
          Hillary: “I give up! … Oh wait, I think I’ve got it! When I stole the White House furniture,
          silverware and China when Bill left Office?”
          Trump: “THAT’S IT! I almost forgot about that one”.
          ————–
          Sorry that doesn’t actually answer your question. By the way, when I googled for
          trump hillary “the other scandal”
          I had trouble finding that joke, but duckduckgo.com had no trouble finding it at all.
          Makes me think that google is deliberately trying to hide it.

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      • fabrabbit says:

        A Mon who raised teenagers knows how to ask questions. BTW “intent” was not necessary. I think what Comey said about “a reasonable prosecutor” was correct in that the Clintons would go after ANY prosecutor who was stupid enough to indict her.

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    • Gloria Albertini says:

      I’m with you my imagination is bouncing around but I’m leaning on destruction of evidence. Benghazi comes to mind. Like you, I have no evidence but that’s my opinion. This is like reading a spy novel!

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  8. Brant says:

    Latest over on Yo Who is that state dept (and perhaps other) employees are in “career purgatory” in positions they aren’t suited for. I commented that is definitely an interesting way of putting it. Like Bruce, Nellie, Peter (how’s that HR working for you?).

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  9. no one says:

    Sundance,

    I think you raised the idea in an earlier post that maybe these two were not having an affair. Maybe, maybe not. But, thinking about these text messages – I suspect some of these were sent intentionally by Strozk. He knew this was an FBI phone and these would be archived. These messages were part of his insurance policy. I suspect he planted information in various spots implicating higher ups. Why else would he send a text like this. If he was having an affair, why wouldnt he just tell Lisa Page this when they get together. Digging in to this text alone develops a trail to very specific information and actions. He is saying they intentionally withheld information, establishing intent for the parties involved.

    The more i see these texts, the more I think the “insurance policy” is a cya program designed to protect Strozk from being the fall guy in the e-mail investigation. If trump wins, he knows that all the info about how they manipulated the e-mail investigation is going to come out. I dont know if this insurance policy was just a set of passive crumbs, or involved the active use of the dossier. The dossier could just be the leverage used against trump to get him to overlook all the illegal surveillance and drop everything.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Interesting. Even if he just did it subconsciously, I think you’re right. If Hillary wins, the “inflammatory” text doesn’t matter. If Trump wins, it shows “redeeming consciousness of guilt”, where he is essentially proving it wasn’t his idea.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        This makes theories that he and/or Page flipped highly likely, IMO.

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        • Niagara Frontier says:

          That’s why I keep going back to this being the possible reason they are still on the payroll. The government white hats have much more leverage over current employees than they do over former employees.

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          • positron1352 says:

            Niagra Frontier: But Page and Strozk (why couldn’t his name be Smith so I don’t have to keep looking it up)….would know that it is easier to control them if they stay employed and would want out unless they were given something, …immunity, perhaps. Right? As far as covering your a.. in the emails, absolutely. Most white collar career people know how to cover themselves in emails and especially lawyers-those in the public arena and in politics. It’s a given.

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            • Niagara Frontier says:

              It’s nearly impossible for any of us on the outside to ascertain what is motivating them at this moment. I’m just guessing they feel safer fighting for their lives from the inside than from the outside.

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      • trialbytruth says:

        Last Night if I read you right you were picking up on something I think you described it as the Texts almost having a Psyc-Ops feel to it (please correct me if i misinterpret). Perhaps No Ones premise is what you were picking up on the bread crumb feel of it.

        One other possibility that plays in to that theory is Stroyk reassuring Page that no one can get the text messages, thereby giving the breadcrumbs more value.

        Another possibility since I believe we have only seen her listed as outbox is that he took defensive measures and she did not or screwed it up

        Man Pretzel Logic is tough

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      • Concerned Virginian says:

        wolfmoon1776
        And if Peter Strozk thinks that he’s somehow created an “insurance policy cya text message trail”, he needs to think again. If Strozk has more than two brain cells, he KNOWS that he’s dead meat as far as the CLINTONMACHINE/DEEPSTATE HIT UNIT is concerned. Don’t know if Lisa Page understands that she’s also got a ClintonTarget painted on her back but she’ll most likely get the “message” soon enough.

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    • GenEarly says:

      I hope for once the Clinton “patsies” 1. remain alive and 2. roll over on the Queen.
      Seth Richards deserved better, but should have also known better than to work for the Clinton Cartel.

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      • Concerned Virginian says:

        My opinion is that Seth Rich was MURDERED because he allowed his conscience to wake up and tell him what to do. This is something that the CLINTONMACHINE cannot permit.
        And that being said, prayers again, every day, for the safety of the White Hats who are working to save our Representative Republic. And for the biggest White Hat, our POTUS.

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      • Ackman420 says:

        IIRC, Rich was working for the Berniecampaign until Hillary won the nomination. I suppose he could have resigned after he realized Bernie sold out. That knowledge may have provided the impetus to leak about the DNCs machinations.
        In short, I don’t think Rich ever considered him self working for the Hillary machine.

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    • Fishelsea says:

      AG sessions stated that their personal texts were held back.

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    • Agnes Goh says:

      Thank you. I’m glad I saw your comment. I thought the style and wording of Strozk’s text is unnatural, as if he’s deliberately leaving clues/evidence or, as you said, cya.

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    • sedge2z says:

      The more Strozk & Page texts we read, it seems obvious their correspondent to each other is not affection, but instead documenting inside information.

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    • fabrabbit says:

      Interesting comments but I think he thought that HRC would win and he’d never be found out. But the leaking Page/Stzrok did with the press lends credence to your arguments. I just realized that Page was the one doing the leaking, I don’t think Strzok did any that I am aware of. I’ll bet he set her up to do this and keep him clean.

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  10. obamaclaus says:

    Maybe this post should be titled “ObSTRZOKtion of Justice”?
    *cue the sad trombone sound*

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  11. Streak 264 says:

    I hope DOJ has got a FISA to tap all involved phones/etc..
    You know these criminals are on the phone trying to get their story straight.

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  12. Bugsdaddy says:

    Treason.

    Boots need to be swinging under a tree.

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  13. Truthfilter says:

    Here’s a snippet from the text messages that I haven’t seen addressed anywhere. Strzok was instructed by Bill to send 2 of his best agents to work on the Hillary/email investigation. Strozk is worried that the DOJ will have more power and that no one will be there to guide the investigation in a desired direction. He doesn’t like the idea of Laufman (DOJ) “inserting himself” into the investigation. He tells Page that “..he [BillPreistap?] didn’t mean “best” in terms of agents….but what the best outcome” will be. To me, Strozk is saying here that Bill Priestap wanted Strzok to work toward the exoneration of HRC. To do this, Strzok thinks he needs to be there, too, either as one of the two agents or alongside the 2 agents representing the FBI. But that would mean 3 agents, instead of the usual 2. Page says that they shouldn’t go full bore and tells Strzok to insist on having only 2 agents. She then reminds him that a future President HRC won’t remember or care which side was more heavily stacked. In other words, all that mattered to any of these people-including HRC–was bringing a desired outcome.

    From reading these texts several times, it is obvious to me that Peter Strzok had been tasked with making sure that HRC skated. I think someone offered him some kind of future reward -probably a career promotion on top of the promotion/position his wife received at SEC. He expressed a desire to Page to receive credit and recognition for various things. While discussing the option of joining Mueller’s team, he expressed dismay that he wouldnt be receiving any promotions from “Dad”-whoever that is/was. In other words, there was nothing in it for HIM and besides, there was “no there, there.” In 2016, he knew his superiors (Priestap, McCabe, and probably Comey) also wanted to exonerate Clinton. He was frustrated because they weren’t letting him in on their decisions and yet they expected him to do the dirty work behind the scenes. He knew as early as February 2016 that he was the one who stood to lose the most if their shenanigans didnt work out-if HRC wasn’t exonerated. But it didn’t stop with her exoneration because in order to claim his (or their) promised reward and keep their corruption hidden, they then had to make sure she won the election. They had to destroy Donald Trump. When that didn’t work, they used their insurance policy (the dossier). The Russia investigation and Sessions’ recusal has provided cover and bought them time to destroy evidence, etc. I am encouraged by the fact that neither of them were enthusiastic about working for Mueller. It implies that Mueller might not be a black hat. So far, nothing in the texts tells me that Strzok and Page considered Mueller to be a member of “their team.”

    The fate and direction of our whole country was subjected to the selfish goals of a few unelected, ambitious bureaucrats. That’s just scary. It was God’s hand that brought the election of POTUS Trump in spite of all of their tricks.

    I hope Peter Strzok is indicted and that he squeals to high heaven. He can be depended on to serve his own best interests-in all situations. That’s why they chose him. They saw he was willing to do anything for power and prestige. And he would have gotten it, too, if it hadn’t been for those damn Trump supporters.

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    • rf121 says:

      Peter Strzok is a pimple on a elephants butt in this whole deal. But squeal he will.

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      • Strike1 says:

        I think he is much more than a pimple!

        He’s more like a key anchor point to a very large evil web. He was a precisely placed anchor long ago!!
        He has always manipulated every situation or events, to what he wanted. He became a true narcissist that thought he was untouchable. Texting openly for years with no issues.

        His arrogance will be his demise!

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        • Strike1 says:

          Sorry forgot to add link. This thread is a must read.

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          • Gary says:

            The thing that chaps me is even though this guy needs to swing, others have put him out just to take the fall. He is small potatoes, a flunky, I almost have sympathy for him except I do not. Him and his fellow travelers should all get theirs and I hope they do.

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          • Strike1, This is mind boggling to read what HousatonicITServices has chronicled. Much appreciated.

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            • Strike1 says:

              Yes…mind boggling it is!
              I couldn’t believe what I was reading. Peter is a much bigger prize than we thought initially.
              He’s not the boss but a high level manager that works the system. To get the outcome his bosses (black hats) want.

              I can’t imagine what he’s done over the years? I have a feeling that they always got the outcome they wanted, which gave them confidence they could do it again. NOT!

              Their arrogance and narcissistic personalities got the better of them on this one.

              This is the biggest story of American history and we only know 5% of it so far and only 20% of the American public have a clue what is going on.

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      • I’d prefer a monkey’s butt. 😁

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      • I wouldn’t hold my breath on him squealing…if he’s a spook, he will not talk. I’m not sure any of them will…too much to lose.

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    • Truthfilter said. “From reading these texts several times, it is obvious to me that Peter Strzok had been tasked with making sure that HRC skated. ”

      IMO, the plan from the beginning was to keep this firewalled within the FBI, giving distance from DOJ (Lynch), and thus Obama.

      Strzok’s angst about DOJ interlopers is probably due to his fears about them being straight shooters, and not part of the Hillary exonerators.

      From the start, I’ve opined that Strzok was Hillary’s embed who had great intimidating influence over Priestap and Comey, both of which seem to be regular career climbers rather than hot-to-trot pusshats or lackeys of the Clintons. I think that some posters are reading the texts, but misreading Strzok’s actual mentality.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        I’m not convinced that Strzok is a driver, but it’s an interesting angle, and I’ll take that under consideration. I see him more from my old role – a tool to be used. A tool with a will of its own, and a bit too much awareness, and thus a bit of a danger.

        I agree that they’re trying to make it LOOK like DOJ isn’t fixing it, but they are – we know.

        I’ve seen how this works in my own end of the swamp – FAKE INDEPENDENCE. Basically create a group tasked with a choice where the outcome is pre-determined, then pass off the result as even-handed, fair, open-minded, independent, etc. In those scenarios the pattern of individuals and layers is the same – signal cooperation up and in to the core, but signal fairness, party line, and fake independence downward and outward. Then rig the process in every way you can, using individuals who have LEARNED and been TRAINED to play the game.

        I agree that Strzok is probably a Canklebot, but the place is so highly politicized, that real and fake political leanings are hard to tell apart. He will also signal differently to different people – maze of mirrors.

        I think the bottom line is that they all have their agendas, they all “feel” their independence, but it is the masterful rigging of social processes which insures the outcome. They are FISH IN A NET. They see bits and pieces of the net and other disturbances of their world, and act in predictable manners to insure an outcome.

        One HAS to look BIG to see the operation. Small details matter to SPOT the bigger unseen things.

        DOJ will look innocent outward, but there will be games to insure the outcome. SOME people will sense those games, some will not, and the latter are fairly useless, to they tend to be task-fulfillers and not deciders. Some will signal the games openly, but they’re risky and better those who will “read between the lines” upward and take part in the games without the need to speak of them, or who can speak in deflections which are mutually intelligible. CODE. There will be lots of autonomously arranged code, just like AI creates (since there is no AI, basically – just “I”).

        This is why they have Trisha B. in the mix. She will be a sharpie who plays the games without a word and without even breaking her smile, and will not get caught. You can bet that she is keeping DOJ in the loop on how this is going, and they are making sure that the net leads to the desired catch.

        Somebody has to be keeping Hillary aware, however – I think you’re absolutely right about that. And I am betting on a woman. At the bottom of Obama scandals is always racial loyalty and trust. At the bottom of Hillary scandals is sex loyalty and trust. Just the way it is. Hillary pays men with money, women with power.

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        • ForGodandCountry says:

          Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch

          These two are my absolutely, positively “MUST HAVES” in terms of perp walks/prison sentences. #1 and #2, respectively, on my list of people I want to see publicly humiliated and wearing orange jumpsuits.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            You KNOW they’re controlling this. Holder was very, very artful in having TWO “can we talk?” minions running this show. And the media KNEW how critical it was to get Crooked Loretta in power. The bigs at Chicago Tribune were the ones sitting on the Loretta story and broke it to scoop Taitz (under surveillance, surely) when she found it. Then later they hid the Chicago connections by saying it was USA Today that broke it. ALL those little lies point right back to the truth. Rigging the AG has been the most masterful yet ESSENTIAL things the other side has done – the greatest flaw in our governmental system, and the one the bads go for EVERY TIME. But they also know how to weaponize it against the goods, as they did with Nixon. Br’er Sessions was BRILLIANT to recuse. He spotted the GREATER outside game they were playing. Not recusing would lead to a Watergate. Now THEY’RE holding the Watergate.

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            • Craig D says:

              Reply to wolfmoon1777 – I believe you are right on looking at the big picture of this Russia stuff. Especially how Holder most likely rigged the Russia investigation against the future Attorney General. And, how Sessions recusal was a good (and most likely only) move, something President Trump was not able to see (not having a law background).

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      • Watcher says:

        “Strzok’s angst about DOJ interlopers is probably due to his fears about them being straight shooters, and not part of the Hillary exonerators. ”
        This article on hildabeast in Sept /16 indicates the opposite, the DOJ set the tone of the investigation. The FBI followed them off the cliff….. Zero is the maestro.

        http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/439676/clintons-fbi-interview-what-was-cheryl-mills-doing-there

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        • What I meant was that the top dogs in the DOJ were corrupt, but that Strzok was not confident about the cooperation of the layers below them.

          Read my post again. My assumption is that the Lynch was evil, but that the FBI had to guarantee that Lynch was walled off from any further investigation. Thus, Comey’s explanation about having the buck stop in his shop.

          Strzok changed the language that Comey originally had, however. That reflects on the relative mindsets and influence they had in this mind-blowing scandal.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      In my opinion, Peter Strozk should be writing a complete confession on paper, making copies and giving the copies to someone he can trust to hold them, getting his life insurance updated, and making sure his Last Will is current.
      Because he may NOT be around to “squeal”. Remember, his “interview” with Hillary Clinton was one on one with no records. That means he’s tied to her at the hip. That means she’ll sacrifice him to save her own skin. Lisa Page should know this also.

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      yup, ive been saying that for days… the ‘best outcome thread’ is a smoking gun.

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    • fabrabbit says:

      Agreed about God’s hand. I was sure praying for that outcome.

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  14. freddy says:

    FOX is beginning to sound like they doing some protection work and yeah that text didn’t really mean that kinda stuff. We are watching the Gowdy principle beginning at the only media that has covered any of this. Then again Lachlan Murdoch takes over………..

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  15. wolfmoon1776 says:

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    • shannynae says:

      Her comment (paraphrasing) that if she doesn’t win we all hang by nooses becomes more and more relevant. This is getting as juicy as a $50 T-bone steak! 🥩

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    • jello333 says:

      Hillary: “I’m getting tired of all these questions. Are we about done?”

      Strzok: “Just a few more if you don’t mind. Now…”

      Hillary: “Dude, you’re really starting to get me mad. You don’t wanna end up like Seth Rich, do you?”

      Strzok: “Uh, what? Are you saying you had something to do with…”

      Hillary: “Oh god, quit playing dumb! You KNOW who I am, and I suggest you be careful.”

      Strzok: “Alright Mrs Clinton, I’m sorry. But I should advise you that what you’re referring to is beyond the focus of our current investigation, and you should probably try to remain on-topic so certain, uh, details of our Q&A don’t become public.”

      Hillary: “Alright, I suppose you’re right. So… carry on. Where were we? Oh right, you asked me if I knew that ‘C’ on a document meant “confidential”. Well I tell ya, Pete my boy, it never meant any such thing. Just part of my initials. How’s that?”

      Strzok: “Fine, that’s a fine answer. Thank you so much for that.”

      Hillary: “Anything else? Are we done, Seth… er, I mean Pete?”

      Strzok: “Yes, I believe so. Thank you very much for your time, Mrs Clinton.”

      Hillary: “Madam President.”

      Strzok: “Right, yes I’m sorry… thank you Madam President.”

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  16. Troublemaker10 says:

    Almost as troubling as the corruption we’ve seen coming out of FBI/DOJ and all they withheld from Congress…

    Is that there was truly no real oversight by Congress on behalf of “we the people”…barely even an illusion of it.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The implications here are staggering. It means these people completely misled Congress, quite possibly for YEARS. There was no oversight. And it got so bad, they actually neutered the OIG. So THAT means all the documents – all the redactions – all the stuff Congress got – it can’t be trusted. Anything turned over by either the Clinton or Obama administrations is potentially BOGUS and/or INCOMPLETE.

      It is ONLY because we have gotten the “Stupid Party” FULLY in control of both the White House (with competent anti-Establishment leadership) and Congress, that we can now see how much bamboozling went on.

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      • Watcher says:

        AM I agree with you. This mess will take years to cleanup and I’m not talking just the DOJ and FBI.
        The Top Executive is now clean and he’s the man to do it. We can’t let the dems ever back in the WH.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I agree. Essential to keep them out for the short term. And not back in until they have an autonomous clean-up (a left-wing Tea Party) that kicks out EVERY last one of the commies. If Tulsi or Dupey or whoever won’t acknowledge that the Dem party has a hammer and sickle problem, then SCRATCH HER OFF THE LIST.

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          • Why limit it only two parties and letting the quilty “clean up”. The problem is the whole voting system is corrupt. The two parties control everything. The parties certify if a candidate is valid and meets the regulations. Then how does Ted Cruz get certified. The courts except their offers it appears without verifying. The rot is deep and controlled. Get rid of the two party system.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Maybe long term, it will happen. For the moment, we need some stability. I am NOT kidding. This is going to get worse QUICKLY.

              Gonna be honest here. There are rotting cars with bodies under parts of the swamp people don’t even know EXIST. Wait until they see the JUNKYARDS under what they think is trout-water.

              We don’t need a lot of chaos now. We know who chaos serves. And it ain’t us. This is surgery to remove that dang Alien.

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              • I was not suggesting immediately.

                This will be chaos, and from chaos comes order,” they” say. During chaos their is opportunity. It is then they and the other side will meet and the decision will be made. Seems to be the order of nature from which the statement originated.

                The two party system is democracy, which is a known failure. A three or more party system system divides the power, hence the concept of our Republic. Failure imo was the Feds took over the State powers. and the judiciary followed. Though there is no limit on Supreme Court Judges. It started as One judge as I recall and grew to counter previous presidents appointments I believe.

                It will be up to the criminals in how this goes down. It will be calm and they will play their cards in court. Or it gets physical. I have no problem with either.

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                • Ackman420 says:

                  The British Parliament system is a likely successor, once all this is worked out of course. The 2 party Uniparty is a failure.

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        • peace says:

          or Republicans – we need a new party headed by Trump and named the AmericaFirst party. There wasn’t a single America First Republican candidate running against Trump in the primary. All had been purchased by big donors.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            I think Trump was smart not to create a third party – that’s the best way to kill MAGA. I think that spreading MAGA to the other party and driving out dirty communism is the key. If they want to be more “global”, that’s one thing, but getting the dishonesty out is imperative. The dirty rat lying ChiComs know they have to kick HONEST parties out of power for the same reason. We pretty much have to get the red out. Exposure and soap should do it. But a third party is weakness – at least right now. I think Trump is on the right track, and until he sees flaws in his own plan, I think he’s WAY ahead of us. Agreed that big donors are a problem, but I think Trump’s approach is best. Gently ease big forces into a new comfort zone where they influence voters more, legislators less.

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          • fabrabbit says:

            I like MAGA party.

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      • hopeleicester says:

        Now you know why the smirking Sally Yates spewed out 58 PAGES on why her division had NO oversight from anyone. An entity unto themselves—I want to see her and Farkas in dirty orange jumpsuits and shower sandals—-

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Something about that woman bugs me. HOW did she become so dishonest? I’m sure she thinks she’s doing the right thing, but she has to realize at some level that she’s telling big lies through a lot of small truths, arranged to deceive. The whole thing about going after Flynn on Russia is bunk, when Hillary and Obama were basically moles for the old Soviets, and still chugging away to some degree on legacy loyalties. Makes me wonder what Squeaky Yates was doing back in her formative years.

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        • neal s says:

          Just because Sally says she and her team are not subject to oversight does not actually make it so. That is her opinion. I think she is and was wrong about that. That soft of thing needs to be challenged or we could again some time in the future be facing again the problems we are facing now.

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      • blind no longer says:

        You are forgetting the very real possibility Wolf that many may have been blackmailed and threatened with information gathered by a weaponized intelligence community as well. i don’t think we can afford to make it as simple as just a lack of oversight, although I agree it was piss poor.

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  17. wolfmoon1776 says:

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    • Maquis says:

      Well, no offense old man, but, d’uh! 😉

      When has Hillary ever been honest and fully forthcoming? Hell, I bet she got those questions in advance too, and knew the plan was to let her spin away as she consented to a non-sworn non-recorded interview with her immunized co-conspirators playing lawyer on either hand.

      You’re doing great, Wolf! There seems an even graver, despite the levity, sense of peril and purpose here at CTH in recent days, with Treepers offering mind-twisting likelihoods and turning over vermin infested rocks Left and Right at breakneck speed. Good times!

      GBPDJT
      🇺🇸

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        You hit the nail on the head. The FBI, for crying out loud, is supposed to be thinking this stuff – all these fruitful theories of badness. And they stopped doing it. They stopped FOLLOWING THE EVIDENCE. BLINDERS were put on them. And Mueller. OH, MUELLER. Now we know. They had to start on this stuff early. They had to. Oh, now we know.

        PRISON LOGIC.

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  18. One wonders why the oversight committee weren’t upset by Comey’s absence. Weren’t they supposed to have regular meetings and updates? Perhaps they too knew what Comey and others were up to!

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  19. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Sorry to post all my tweets here, but it gets past the shadowbans, and today is the day.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Old Lady says:

      Keep posting Wolfmoon. I like ’em.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Oldschool says:

        👍👍👍👍

        Liked by 2 people

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Thanks! Will do! 😀

        You would never see the tweets on Twitter. They have me in one of the most beautiful cells ever constructed – a pattern which approaches the universe, actually. I think I’m free, but I’m not. They let just enough people see stuff that it seems real to me, but they basically have a kind of force field that disarms stuff I post.

        Kinda neat. Everything recapitulates everything, especially when it gets everythingy. You can quote me on that! 😉

        Liked by 4 people

        • positron1352 says:

          wolfmoon1776-You really get my attention.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Maquis says:

          Every time!

          Liked by 4 people

        • Alison says:

          Your tweets rarely come through my feed. Sundance’s & President Trump’s never come through.

          The newest manipulation I see at Twitter is to fill my feed with tweets that someone I follow ‘likes’. In other words, I don’t see what FluffyDog tweets; but I will see a tweet that FluffyDog ‘liked’ from someone I don’t follow.

          It’s another way Twitter breaks the flow of those we follow. Their excuse, I’m sure, for this disruptive manipulation is “ we’re showing you someone else you might follow. What’s wrong with that.”

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Wonderful observations! I am hoping that we gain insight into social media code at some point – I would love to understand their theories of Twitter World – what was mistaken, what was intentional, what was “accidentally on purpose”. I’m sure there is quite a story there, and in the rubble – the keys to honest social media that is of the people, by the people, and for the people. Wouldn’t mind working for the company that builds it.

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          • graciegram says:

            Alison, that is exactly what happens to me! I wouldn’t know what’s going on if I didn’t see tweets that someone I follow likes. It’s very seldom that I see PDJT’s tweets in my feed.

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    • HBD says:

      Ima follow you on twitter. Good stuff.

      Liked by 1 person

    • fabrabbit says:

      Has Twitter shadow banned anyone posting #Releasethememo, yet?

      Liked by 1 person

  20. nobaddog says:

    All of the criminals are still in positions to remove evidence. I would like to think Wray and Sessions have a handle on everything but i will believe it when i see it. Strzok would have been fired on the spot at any job. Surely government employees can be fired for less than making a non politically correct comment.
    Even with Sessions and Wray in charge Congress is still having a hard time getting documents from the them. Why is that? Im frustrated about it and im watching cable news. Makes it worse.

    Liked by 1 person

    • mimbler says:

      Yes. I read this morning that the FBI still has Obama’s guy in charge of handling FOIA’s. No wonder the FBI is still stonewalling.

      I’ve been on the fence about Wray, but that news pops the black hat on him for me. Maybe future events will have me swapping it out for a white hat, but I can only judge the evidence I can see.

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      • WSB says:

        Do you know where you found that? We were researching a PDF folder the other night that was found in an FBI site. It was a search for Trump. They were mostly compiled within the time frame that Rogers had announced the shenanigans to the FISC and when Nellie Ohr got her HAM radio.

        I still wonder if these played cover for legal FOIA’s but illegal searches?

        https://vault.fbi.gov/foia-request-containing-the-word-trump/foia-requests-containing-the-word-trump/view

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        • mimbler says:

          I didn’t note it at the time because I figured that would be on all the sites, but it isn’t. I’ll go back over my normal haunts and see if I can find it.

          Liked by 2 people

        • mimbler says:

          Oh and to your last question. Might well be. They were certainly more timely with foia’s apparently looking for dirt on Trump.

          Liked by 2 people

          • WSB says:

            Ha! No kidding.

            Liked by 2 people

            • mimbler says:

              I couldn’t find the article, but I researched and David M Hardy is head of FBI Foia’s and has been in that position since July 2002.

              You would think that if Wray wanted to be transparent, moving that Foia roadblock to other duties would have been a trivial task.

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              • WSB says:

                Thanks for finding, mimbler! And yes, I agree. That Trump file has loads of requests in it. I know nothing sbout FOIA requests, is it a bit odd that there would be an FBI folder?

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                • mimbler says:

                  YW,

                  The FBI vault folder is the first I’ve seen for FOIA’s, but perhaps it is more common than I know.

                  Liked by 1 person

                • WSB says:

                  I played around with the vault search and all come up as PDF packets, but if I try to seach for one of the subjects in this particular PDF, nothing comes up.

                  Aditionally, all of the other packets are actual papers, leases, etc. this one is just a list in Excel format of supposed FOIA numbers.

                  For example, I typed in the packet number, Trump Castle, Trump Old Post Office LLC, and nothing comes up. There are other Trump PDFs if you just type Trump into the search box, but not these.

                  Admittedly, I tried only about four numbers and four titles both open and closed FOIAs, but nada.

                  Hmmm…

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      • fabrabbit says:

        Watching, watching… I think Sessions is laying low for reasons which will become apparent. Just keep everyone where they are and watch.

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    • I believe you are wrong. All critical evidence was already obtained by the OIG investigations. That’s why the “missing” texts were “found” so quickly. They live in a padded room now.

      Liked by 1 person

    • H&HC 2nd-16th says:

      “complete denial” is a plausible and as you say paralyzing theory……I really don’t want to beat up the AG, but I am becoming very impatient waiting to see SOMEONE held criminally accountable.

      Like

    • Maquis says:

      Theater. Strategy. Pacing.

      Liked by 2 people

  21. Sunshine says:

    ”“Dave” and “Mike” currently remain unknown. Could ”Dave” be DAVID KENDALL, Hillary’s attorney? It wouldn’t surprise me.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. golsono says:

    Complicated business folks – Only PDJT ( sd + very few others) realised how this may pan out.
    Eight years is a short period to attempt to correct all the evil.
    Vigilance and Prayers are needed worldwide.
    The minions may be scattering.
    The controllers are unfazed, their plan still in place.
    keep Treeping

    Liked by 5 people

  23. PureInHeart says:

    Why would Strzok outline his and others criminal activity in texts to Lisa Page? Why would he write into a permanent record such self-incriminating evidence? Is he stupid? This makes no sense to me.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. golsono says:

    The minions are scatterring.
    The heads of the snake ?
    not so much

    Like

  25. NC Nana says:

    Peter Strzok is probably being paid at least $164,200.00 + while assigned to HR. What is he doing to earn this? Reporting to the office daily? Sweeping the floor? What could he be trusted to do? The list must be really short.

    Why aren’t people going to jail?

    #ReleaseTheMemo

    http://www.federaljobs.net/locality_pay_tables_4.htm#Washington-Baltimore-Arlington,_DZC-MD-VA-WV-PA

    https://www.fbiagentedu.org/salaries/

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  26. phoenixRising says:

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Risa says:

    If that is truly how you feel, there is no point being here.

    Liked by 3 people

  28. WSB says:

    Apologies if any of this has been posted:

    More information on Trisha B. Anderson. She was an attorney-advisor for Mukasey.

    https://www.justice.gov/olc/file/477051/download

    And this is a 2010 piece just as Anderson was selected to clerk for Kagan:

    https://abovethelaw.com/2010/08/supreme-court-clerk-hiring-watch-justice-kagans-clerkslady-kaga-hires-a-seasoned-crew/

    Covington and Burling info:

    http://www.spoke.com/people/trisha-anderson-3e1429c09e597c1003c3da8f

    Government income status:

    https://www.federalpay.org/employees/departmental-offices/anderson-trisha-beth

    Found her wedding announcement in an Australian search engine:

    https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/157493233?versionId=171675549

    Article from Above the Law in 2012:

    Note, no available photo of the couple,

    https://abovethelaw.com/2012/01/legal-eagle-wedding-watch-the-voice/

    Home is in her name:
    https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/5451-22nd-St-N_Arlington_VA_22205_M67046-29569

    Legal Helpmate:
    http://m.legalhelpmate.com/lawyers/dc-lawyer-trisha-anderson-1186872.html

    Article about being a Bush hire in 2010:

    https://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/03/04/bush-official-defends-lawyers-under-attack-for-detainee-work/

    This photo is marked ‘Anderson’. Is is possible that this is she? This needs to be confirmed.

    [https://www.justice.gov/usao/mow/news2010/anderson.jpg]

    Dave has her on email chains back in 2016:

    Anderson also appears in this article about her assistance n representing Yemeni detainees:

    http://prospect.org/article/smeared-doj-lawyers-named

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  29. God Bless America.
    God Bless Patriots!

    “Remember how strong we are. WE ARE THE STORM. The “bad” guys need to have us unsteady, unsure- they need to weaponize us against one another. They need division. They need discord. They need tumultuous seas within the calm.”

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/955762295086383104.html

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  30. Hotlanta Mike says:

    Like

  31. ForGodandCountry says:

    Wolfmoon, I’m dropping this here because it deserves it’s own focus. This is so incredibly true and exposes so much…(taken from Wolfmoon’s Twitter feed)

    .

    Liked by 4 people

  32. missilemom says:

    The use of a 302 memo without an underlying taped interrogation is a means to an end. Manipulating the facts.

    Liked by 4 people

  33. Donna in Oregon says:

    Classified documents apparently can be declassified by Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden….. Or subcontractors with names like Rainbow Sparkles, Sunshine Crackers.

    DNC emails can be hacked by ???? and published by Julian Assange. The public reads them only if they are stolen by unknown(s) and released on the Internet. All murky and elusive without details…again. But hey, at least we got to read them!

    The classified documents by Obama on his PDB that were sent to 30 people and then shared with the press. We can’t see them…..Because, muh CLASSIFIED, unless they are stolen by ?????(someone or something) and distributed by whatever means happen to be available……

    Yet, WE, the American people have to beg to see a memorandum written by a Congressman…..because of the sensitivity of the matter…..classified…..mumble, mumble, mumble.

    The American people (the ones that pick up the tab) must go thru several processes (because CLASSIFIED) and years of waiting, just to be allowed to see the sh*t these morons have pulled.

    Due to “the sensitivity of the matter” appears to be subjective, eh?

    Liked by 5 people

    • Oldschool says:

      Great post Donna. I share your frustration and then some😤😤😤😝😝😝

      Liked by 2 people

    • rf121 says:

      The memo will eventually come out. It served a purpose to say we have this memo that reveals all. You know how bad the info is because only a handful of dems actually went to read it. They need deniability.

      How do the bad guys react to that? Panic, increase texts, comms with each other. Do you think they are being surveilled at this point? The memo serves the purpose of beating the bushes to move the prey into the open. We will get there.

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  34. rf121 says:

    You are right. It is all over. Time to toss in the towel. Just quit.

    Like

  35. tonyE says:

    Nixon resigned because of an attempt to cover up something he didn’t command or know about.

    Hillary has been corrupt since ’70. She’s been doing and covering up since ’70. The term “arkancide” was coined to describe what happens to people who cross the Clintons.

    In a fair world, Nixon would have not resigned and Hillary would have fried in an electric chair for the death of Vince Foster.

    Liked by 2 people

    • scott467 says:

      “In a fair world… [snip] Hillary would have fried in an electric chair…”

      ______________

      That scenario grows closer with each passing day.

      Stay tuned!

      Liked by 1 person

  36. scott467 says:

    Strzok: “I’m sure Jim and Trisha and Dave and Mike are all considering how things like that play out as they talk amongst themselves.”

    ________________

    I’m sure Jim, Trisha, Dave and Mike all appreciate you mentioning them in this text, and how they are conspiring to hide themselves and their evil deeds from the light.

    Thanks, Peter!

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Bill says:

    Look st the names

    Liked by 3 people

  38. Mark L. says:

    Is Peter purposefully fingering all around him that have involvement, leading up to Barry? This is a strange example of an office relationship. More like business passion, planned.

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  39. scott467 says:

    “The 302’s are the specific FBI forms used to document interviews/interrogations. They detail questions asked and answers given as well as who was present during the interview.”

    ___________________

    We have had tape recorders for what, nearly a hundred years now?

    And we have had commercial videotape recorders for nearly 60 years (since 1959).

    So what is the point of a “302”, except for the FIB to misrepresent, to their own benefit, what transpired in an interview with a suspect?

    Liked by 4 people

    • mimbler says:

      And every agent is carrying a recorder (their phone), so there is no reason for them ever to interview without a recorder running.
      I agree, notes are only for corruption purposes.

      Liked by 1 person

      • William F Buckley's Ghost says:

        Feds don’t tape record interviews. Rarely take signed statements, either. Mostly just memorandams or reports of interview prepared the next day using the handwritten notes they took during the interview.

        Liked by 1 person

        • scott467 says:

          “Feds don’t tape record interviews. Rarely take signed statements, either. Mostly just memorandams or reports of interview prepared the next day using the handwritten notes they took during the interview.”

          ______________

          Pardon me if I do say so, old chap — but that’s jolly well insane.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Paper is more durable. takes up less space, copies are cheap and easy.

      Tape recorders and tape expensive and has storage limitations with material and space.

      Easier to control the narrative with paper and a witness who is in on the scam.

      Liked by 1 person

    • fabrabbit says:

      HRC’s lawyers negotiated for there to be no recordings, no oath. They stage managed everything. The most ridiculous questioning ever. And remember they had to “focus” the questioning.

      Like

  40. phoenixRising says:

    Hannity’s twitter account has been wiped…

    This is screen shot of last tweet

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Sarah Palin says:

    🇺🇸Important to forward Sundance’s work product within your own circle of influence, along with all other forums in which you’re tuned in. Grow new branches and spread the fruit of CTH labors. 🇺🇸

    – Sarah Palin

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  42. How I feel about the various players

    DETESTATION: Obama, Jarrett, Brennan — pure evil and the masterminds of spying on their opponents. From the outside, Hillary had a parallel operation going in concert. All of them satanic without a shred of morals whatsoever.

    HATRED: Lynch for being a willing tool and knowledgable about most of it. McCabe, a lowlife bribe taker. Strzok, one that didn’t need bribes to fix every Hillary problem that arose; was quite willing to let a private outfit call the shots on the hacks, and had his finger in everything else. Page was his eager co-conspirator and also a pusshat cultist who couldn’t wait for the glass-ceiling to break. Fie on all of them.

    DISGUST: Comey and Priestap. Ultimate civil service careerists, wormy or weaselly enough to drift with whichever the political winds blew. Deferred to the blacker of the black hats, even though their instincts about Hillary’s criminality had a solid legal basis. In the end, they caved and groveled for the benefit of their own bureaucratic futures. Not that bright, either.

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  43. scott467 says:

    “Additionally, FBI Agent Strzok is admitting that a group of FBI officials including himself, James Baker, Trisha Anderson, Lisa Page, and likely others (McCabe, Comey) conspired together to intentionally withhold information -derived from this interview- from congress and the American people.”

    _____________________

    I’m beginning to suspect that maybe these people aren’t exactly on the up-and-up…

    Liked by 5 people

  44. scott467 says:

    “We can only imagine what the FBI held back…”

    _______________

    Drug running, gun smuggling, pedophilia, human trafficking, child sacrifice, Satan worship.

    Liked by 1 person

    • phoenixRising says:

      Yes Scott,
      and some folks say they want to see everything! they just think they do….

      Liked by 2 people

      • scott467 says:

        “Yes Scott,
        and some folks say they want to see everything! they just think they do….”

        ________________

        The problem is that the evil is only preserved so long as it remains hidden. It is only with a full revelation of the horrors which have been committed that those horrors can be stopped for at least a generation, or two.

        That is why we had the Nuremberg trials.

        That is why German civilians were forced to walk through the concentration camps, to see for themselves, with their own eyes, so that it could never be denied or forgotten.

        And even so, many deny it.

        Imagine how many would deny that it ever happened if not for the trials and the films and forcing civilians to witness the aftermath?

        That is why it is important for ALL of it to come out. Not everyone has to look at it, but it must be made available, for history, for posterity.

        For whatever remains hidden will be repeated that much more quickly.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Thank you, Scott467. On a different take, what you said also reaffirms in my mind why we have to explicitly show the horrors of abortion. What abortion really does to a fetus, an unborn baby. Many people are against this, but you are right, if it is hidden, it will continue.

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  45. rf121 says:

    You need to read Sundance more. This is a staged roll out of information leading up to the IG report. With each leak, bad guys respond and move revealing even more. We need to be patient which is hard to say as I am one of CTH’s resident pessimists. We will get there.

    Plus we don’t want to step all over PT’s big speech.

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  46. recoverydotgod says:

    “Since Thursday night we’ve been combing the FBI files to figure out exactly what FBI Agent Peter Strzok was referencing in one of the most recently released text messages.”

    IMO the inflammatory thing that they weren’t releasing on September 2, 2016 I think comes down to what was released in the 9/23/2016 release (the Huma Abedin interview…the Obama pseudonym) where Abedin was shown the June 28, 2012 email from the pseudonymous sender. Hilary Clinton arrived in St. Petersburg on June 28, 2012.

    How secure was that email chain? Were the blackberries left on the plane? That kind of thing. Even though it seems Abedin couldn’t figure out the pseudonymous sender was based on the content, I’m sure those with intelligence backgrounds could based on content of the “Re: Congratulations” if the devices weren’t secure.

    And…beyond that…what was in that email chain?

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/fbi-docs-obama-used-a-pseudonym-in-emails-to-clinton/article/2602762

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  47. El Torito says:

    That makes me feel very concerned. /s

    Liked by 1 person

  48. South Col says:

    Will any of these incredible revelations of Democrat cultural marxist corruption of American Institutions affect the way 50% of the country votes Democrat?
    Not for a second.

    Like

    • mimbler says:

      They’ll never hear about it.
      It just won’t be covered on cnn/cbs/npr/pbs type shows, or will be distorted as nothing to see.
      And democrats will not accept news from anything other than liberal media (most of it).

      Liked by 1 person

    • phoenixRising says:

      50% of the country DOES NOT vote Democrat…

      1. In 2016 elections only 58% of eligible voters voted.
      2. We must take #1 with a grain of salt as a Uof Stanford study indicates over 3M of those voting were illegals.
      3. ergo, Trump won not only the electoral college, he won the popular vote of CITIZENS.
      4. Some of the vote rigging by the Dems was thwarted, but I feel confident some slid through.
      5. Moving on from the election… many who voted Democrat in 2016 are on the Trump train at this moment… we’ll pick up even more before November.
      6. As to your point that none of these Democrats who voted in 2016 will be affected by revelations of corruption… well that’s real negative thinking. Rethink that please. (and quit listening to propaganda… not good for your brain.)

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  49. Shadrach says:

    My search isn’t working on this site for some annoying reason, so please forgive me if this has been mentioned already.

    What inflammatory information is missing from the FBI investigation 302’s? How in the world did Sid Blumenthal have access to classified information to pass to Hillary Clinton! He was working for the Clinton Foundation, not for the government, at the time, and shouldn’t have been able to see any classified data, and she knew it. He was her employee!!!

    This has always been something that sticks out at me like a giant red flag.
    Additionally his account was supposedly hacked by Guccifer 2.

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  50. Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay

    Sundance is gonna lock Obama away

    Plenty of SUNSHINE headin’ OUR way

    Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay…

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