Oh Lordy – FBI Director Wray Sent “Counterintelligence Official” To Review Memo Prior to Committee Vote…

Well, well, well… Snap.  This is an interesting development, potentially quite explosive, and, perhaps, stunningly affirmational.

According to Catherine Herridge, after Chairman Nunes personally took FBI Director Christopher Wray to view the “Intel Memo” on Sunday night, and prior to the House Intel Committee vote to release the memo Monday evening, FBI Director Christopher Wray sent a Main Justice official and a “counterintelligence official” to view the content.

According to her report, those officials: “could not point to any factual inaccuracies.”

Catherine Herridge – Two senior FBI officials have now reviewed a controversial Republican staff memo alleging abuses of government surveillance programs during the 2016 presidential campaign, a source familiar with the matter told Fox News – adding that the officials “could not point to any factual inaccuracies.”

The two officials – one from the bureau’s counterintelligence division and the other from the legal division – followed up after an initial review of the memo during a rare Sunday trip to Capitol Hill by FBI Director Christopher Wray.

The House Intelligence Committee voted late Monday along party lines to release the memo, prompting a backlash from Democratic lawmakers. Top Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff called it a “very sad day.” President Trump has five working days to review the contents but is widely expected not to block its release.

After the contentious committee vote Monday night, the source confirmed that House staffers physically took the memo over to the White House for the president. (read more)

Now, there is no explanation as to the sub-department origin of the Main Justice official, or whether that person was from the DOJ National Security Division.  However, on the other side of the Justice Department, the official is identified as ‘counterintelligence’.

Understanding the sensitivity of the matter (no pun intended), Director Wray likely sent a top official from Main Justice, and likely the top official within the FBI Counterintelligence division.  The top official within FBI counterintelligence is still the same official present during the 2016/2017 “Trump Operation”.  That top counterintelligence official is Bill Priestap.

If Director Wray sent FBI Director of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap to the House SCIF to review the content, and Bill Priestap said he “could not point to any factual inaccuracies”, then it is virtually certain that Priestap is cooperating (ie. flipped).

That means the earlier speculation we presented about Priestap could, quite possibly, be in play.


In the past, thanks to some revealing information amid the various investigators of the DC swamp, we have been introduced to some previously unknown people. Timeline HERE

Names like FBI Agent Peter Strzok; his mistress FBI Attorney Lisa Page; their ideological comrade Asst FBI Director Andrew McCabe; FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker; DOJ-NSD head John P Carlin; along with DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr; and his wife, Fusion-GPS contract employee Nellie Ohr. Fusion-GPS founder Glenn Simpson and his wife Mary Jacoby. These are a few of the names that have hit the headlines as a result of ongoing investigations into the politicization of the FBI and DOJ.

…. But there’s one name ALWAYS conspicuously absent, FBI Director of Counterintelligence, Bill Priestap.

When you understand how central Bill Priestap is to the entire 2016/2017 ‘Russian Conspiracy Operation‘, the absence of his name, amid all others, creates a curiosity. I wrote a twitter thread about him recently because it seems rather unfathomable his name has not been a part of any of the recent story-lines.

Bill Priestap is the head of the FBI Counterintelligence operation. He was FBI Agent Peter Strozk’s direct boss. If anyone in congress really wanted to know if the FBI paid for the Christopher Steele Dossier, Bill Priestap is the guy who would know.  That’s why Devin Nunes wanted to talk to him.

In late June 2016 the first draft of the Steele Dossier was shared back with Fusion GPS and presumably Nellie Ohr was one of the recipients. According to Robby Mook, the partial dossier information was also given to the DNC and Clinton Campaign.

July 2nd, 2016 Hillary Clinton is interviewed by FBI investigator Peter Strzok. No transcripts or recordings of the interview are made.

July 5th, 2016, FBI Director James Comey exonerates Hillary Clinton.

In July 2016 candidate Donald Trump won the GOP nomination. That same month the FBI Counterintelligence Division began an investigation they later described as a counterintelligence operation looking at Russian interference in the U.S. election. However, from 10 months of researched documentation, much of it in the MSM, we now know it was an FBI counterintelligence operation against candidate Donald Trump.

Also in July 2016, immediately following candidate Donald Trump’s successful bid to win the GOP nomination, a FISA application was denied. The timing here is far too coincidental (the later narrower version clearly evidences), the FISA application was to wiretap, monitor and conduct surveillance on candidate Trump and his campaign.

In August 2016, the lead FBI Agent in charge of that counterintelligence operation, Peter Strzok told his FBI Attorney and mistress: “I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office that there’s no way he gets elected – but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”

The “insurance policy” appears to be the ongoing counterintelligence operation that later utilized the Steele Dossier to get the FISA warrant and actually begin the wiretaps and surveillance. The conversation referenced between Strzok and Page took place in FBI Assistant Director Andrew “Andy” McCabe’s office.

All of this information is really just a recap. Everyone now sees this construct clearly. The Timelines are brutally obvious. Congress and DC investigators, including the years-long OIG investigation, are currently in the phase of nailing down the players and putting the final touches on the evidence. The outline is clear as day.

However, within this brutally obvious outline there’s a name missing. That name is the FBI Director of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap.

FBI Asst. Director in charge of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap was the immediate supervisor of FBI Counterintelligence Deputy Agent Peter Strzok.

Bill Priestap is #1. Before getting demoted Peter Strzok was #2.

The investigation into candidate Donald Trump was a counterintelligence operation. That operation began in July 2016. Bill Priestap would have been in charge of that, along with all other, FBI counterintelligence operations.

FBI Deputy Peter Strzok was specifically in charge of the Trump counterintel op. However, Strzok would be reporting to Bill Priestap on every detail and couldn’t (according to structure anyway) make a move without Priestap approval.

On March 20th 2017 congressional testimony, James Comey was asked why the FBI Director did not inform congressional oversight about the counterintelligence operation that began in July 2016.

FBI Director Comey said he did not tell congressional oversight he was investigating presidential candidate Donald Trump because the Director of Counterintelligence suggested he not do so. *Very important detail.*

I cannot emphasize this enough. *VERY* important detail. Again, notice how Comey doesn’t use Priestap’s actual name, but refers to his position and title. Again, watch [Prompted]

FBI Director James Comey was caught entirely off guard by that first three minutes of that questioning. He simply didn’t anticipate it.

Oversight protocol requires the FBI Director to tell the congressional intelligence “Gang of Eight” of any counterintelligence operations. The Go8 has oversight into these ops at the highest level of classification. In July 2016 the time the operation began, oversight was the responsibility of this group, the Gang of Eight:

Obviously, based on what we have learned since March 2017, and what has surfaced recently, we can all see why the FBI would want to keep it hidden that they were running a counterintelligence operation against a presidential candidate. After all, as FBI Agent Peter Strzok said it in his text messages, it was an “insurance policy”.

REMINDER – FBI Agent Strzok to FBI Attorney Page:

“I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office that there’s no way he gets elected – but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”

So there we have FBI Director James Comey telling congress on March 20th, 2017, that the reason he didn’t inform the statutory oversight “Gang of Eight” was because Bill Priestap (Director of Counterintelligence) recommended he didn’t do it.

Apparently, according to Comey, Bill Priestap carries a great deal of influence if he could get his boss to NOT perform a statutory obligation simply by recommending he doesn’t do it.

Then again, Comey’s blame-casting there is really called creating a “fall guy”. FBI Director James Comey is ducking responsibility in March 2017 by blaming FBI Director of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap for not informing congress of the operation that began in July 2016. (9 months prior).

At that moment, that very specific moment during that March 20th hearing, anyone who watches these hearings closely could see Comey was creating his own exit from getting ensnared in the consequences from the wiretapping and surveillance operation of President Donald Trump. In essence, Bill Priestap is James Comey’s shield from liability.

But more curiously for current discussion, there has been NO MENTION of Bill Priestap in any of the media revelations, despite his centrality to all of it.

Bill Priestap would have needed to authorize Peter Strzok to engage with Christopher Steele over the “Russian Dosssier”.

Bill Priestap would have needed to approve of the underlying documents that were used for both FISA applications (June/July and Sept/Oct).

Bill Priestap would be the person to approve of paying, or reimbursing, Christopher Steele for the Russian Dossier used in their counterintelligence operation and subsequent FISA application.

Without Bill Priestap involved, approvals, etc. the entire Russian/Trump Counterintelligence operation just doesn’t happen. Heck, James Comey’s March testimony in that regard is also evidence of Priestap’s importance.


So we all can see that Bill Priestap is a central figure. •FBI Director James Comey defers to him; •FBI Special Agent in Counterintelligence Peter Strzok reports to him. Yet there’s absolutely no mention of Bill Priestap in any of the explosive investigative story-lines in the entire two months this story was breaking headlines.


Bill Priestap is the FBI Director of Counterintelligence. There’s no way he hasn’t been caught inside the investigative net.

Bill Priestap’s boss, Andrew McCabe has been caught. Bill Priestap’s subordinate, Peter Strzok, has most certainly been caught. FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker was caught; and FBI Office of Legal Counsel Trisha Beth Anderson has been caught; AND in March 20th 2017 FBI Director Comey pushed Bill Priestap directly in front of the congressional oversight bus.

My hunch is either Bill Priestap is going to be the attempted fall-guy for the entire scheme. -OR- Bill Priestap saw the bus coming and is assisting the swamp-draining DC investigators:

On the home-front: A very-well-off FBI Director of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap is married to Sabina Menschel a self-employed “consultant” with a history of donations to Democrat candidates, specifically to Hillary Clinton.

Bill’s wife Sabina comes from a Goldman Sach’s connected family, which must be why Bill and Sabina can afford to live in a $3.2 million home in Washington DC.

Bill Priestap would have a lot to lose getting ensnared within the unlawful conspiracy to take-down a President.

Just sayin’…




IG Stimulated Releases of Information:

♦Release #1 was the FBI Agent Strzok and Attorney Lisa Page story; and the repercussions from discovering their politically motivated bias in the 2015/2016 Clinton email investigation and 2016/2017 Russian Election investigation.

♦Release #2 outlined the depth of FBI Agent Strzok and FBI Attorney Page’s specific history in the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton to include the changing of the wording [“grossly negligent” to “extremely careless”] of the probe outcome delivered by FBI Director James Comey.

♦Release #3 was the information about DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr being in contact with Fusion GPS at the same time as the FISA application was submitted and granted by the FISA court; which authorized surveillance and wiretapping of candidate Donald Trump; that release also attached Bruce Ohr and Agent Strzok directly to the Steele Dossier.

♦Release #4 was information that Deputy Bruce Ohr’s wife, Nellie Ohr, was an actual contract employee of Fusion GPS, and was hired by F-GPS specifically to work on opposition research against candidate Donald Trump. Both Bruce Ohr and Nellie Ohr are attached to the origin of the Christopher Steele Russian Dossier.

♦Release #5 was the specific communication between FBI Agent Strzok and FBI Attorney Page. The 10,000 text messages that included evidence of them both meeting with Asst. FBI Director Andrew McCabe to discuss the “insurance policy” against candidate Donald Trump in August of 2016.

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655 Responses to Oh Lordy – FBI Director Wray Sent “Counterintelligence Official” To Review Memo Prior to Committee Vote…

  1. TD Jonesy says:

    March 20th Comey throws Bill Priestap out into the Congressional light, March 22nd Nunes visits the White House SCIF via DNI Coates, so where was Bill Priestap on March 21st?

    Liked by 4 people

  2. youme says:

    ‘Dossier’ firm says U.S. senator’s leaks endanger its employees

    (Reuters) – The research firm behind the so-called Trump “dossier” accused U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley on Monday of endangering its employees by ignoring “multiple” requests not to publicly disclose their names.


    Liked by 1 person

  3. jeans2nd says:

    5 Jul 2016 – “No reasonable prosecutor…”

    From that moment on it was obvious Comey was pointing the finger directly at Loretta Lynch. Was surprised when no one else heard it then, or now.

    The mark of a true “progressive” – blame someone else. Explains Comey’s actions, clear up until today. Read Comey’s tweets through this lens. “Stay strong,” etc. Comey is telling his guys to remain silent, all of them knowing Lynch/DOJ/Obama made the call and, in Comey’s warped mind, Comey and the FBI guys were merely following orders.

    These ppl need help, desperately Psycho-logists are not enough. Psychiatrists are necessary now.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Kan says:

      I heard it and knew what it meant. So did lots of other folks. The question is why did Comey nor McCabe, nor Strozk not resign? If they truly loved the integrity and Independence of the FBI, they would have gone public and explained that is what was going on.

      Instead they buried their heads.That is why we are in the mess we are today.

      Liked by 4 people

      • farrier105 says:

        They don’t care about the FBI except its usefulness as a tool to perform operations such as this one. They might be stupid operations, but that hardly matters.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Bill says:

      Could Obama have released a preemptive Pardon for them. And, would;d it have work? Otherwise, they are fools.

      Liked by 1 person

    • frankie says:

      So Comey the Clown is like Col. Klink.

      Lisa Page is not “the White Russian” but merely a spook who has to service the fat little Kraut who was Klink’s corrupt boss. Someone like Brennan or Clapper.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Randolph Scott says:

      These people need a .308 pill. Plain and simple, every single one of them.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Rhoda R says:

      Comey’s people also need to review the Nuremberg Trials if they are going to try the “I was just following orders” excuse.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. 8Phillip says:

    I am thinking maybe…..

    Bill Priestap is Peter Strzok!!!

    Using an identity, a cover. There are way too many odd things when it comes to Strzok. The amount of phones, the amount of text and emails… Think about it. So so many odd things when it comes to Strzok, it’s like he is everywhere and no one really sees him. The same photo used… But everything is odd about Peter Strzok, start a list and the glaring red flags on one thing after another.

    Not saying that there is no such person as Peter Strzok, he could be a real person, but that this identity could been used as a cover.

    It’s the best way all this fits together for me, at this point.


    • covfefe999 says:

      Can’t be. Each has a wife. They are definitely not the same women. And we have seen Strzok outside his home, Daily Mail stalked him. 🙂

      Liked by 2 people

      • frankie says:

        Stroke has a wife, but that didn’t stop him from turning to Page. And Strozking her.

        Our simpering press would never stalk a leftist operative.

        Meanwhile the FBI hasn’t solved the Vegas shooters yet.

        And the Michigan State campus police moved faster than the FBI did on Larry Nassar. When campus cops beat you, you need to hang from a shower rod.

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    • Bill says:

      Their some reference on the internet to suggest that Strzok is CIA but nothing conclusive. So far.


      • hardly :: how did you get to putting STROZOK to CIA : what clues are you following? not even certain CIA has anything to do with DOJ OR FBI


        • farrier105 says:

          The CIA has plenty to do with the FBI. Despite 911 claims the two agencies never shared information, the CIA and FBI have exchanged assistant directors for years. The CIA is permitted to operate domestically today as long as someone from the FBI is withc the CIA people executing the operation. Hoover hated the CIA and would never hire ex-CIA agents, but the Bureau hires them on regular basis today. Some wind up in Counterintelligence, but some wind up in the HRTs and other divisions as well.

          The FBI runs like a newspaper office. A newspaper has several “desks” dealing in different kinds of stories. There is an editor for every desk. You have the News Desk, the Sports Desk, the Lifestyles desk, the Entertainment desk, etc. In an FBI office, you have squads. Each squad has a supervisor, who does mostly EDITING. Lots of paper to be edited in those places, and that takes up most of a supervisor’s day. That takes up most of Priestap’s day. Everything written includes the Director’s title (Hoover, Comey), but little of the paper ever gets that high. Hoover read almost everything about the JFK killing, and even wrote notes in the margins of his copies, but not all paper about every little case got to Hoover’s desk. If Hoover was spying on a Presidential candidate, every scrap would get there to Hoover’s personal SCIF if he had one. He would have read it all as he would see it as a live grenade being tossed from one to another.

          Priestap saw everything and so did Comey. So did Lynch. They would never do this behind the AG’s back.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Maquis says:

          It’s widely suspected that the CIA has embeds in the FBI, and elsewhere in tbe Federal bureaucracies. Part of Deep State knowing, and controlling, all.

          Then, I’ve read of suspicions that the FBI is running moles in the CIA too. Go figure.


        • farrier105 says:

          Check his background. College, military service, special skills of any kind.


      • covfefe999 says:

        Can someone openly work for both organizations? We have on record that he is an employee of the FBI, and not just news reports but there is a document showing his signature and association with the FBI when he was briefing other people.


  5. 8Phillip says:

    Strzok maybe more than one person.
    Bill Priestrap is one of them


  6. AloftWalt says:

    So….what I also want to know is whether the FiSA Court judge was complicit or or duped regarding the Steele dossier. Has there been any discussion of this matter somewhere in this forum? It would be good to know where the Judiciary branch stands in this.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. covfefe999 says:

    Cory Booker, what a loser. 🙂

    Liked by 8 people

  8. Kan says:

    A question that I have been asking recently gets a partial answer in the Stefanik questioning (how did the FBI know that the DNC servers were under attack in Sept 2015). Rogers confirms the NSA told the FBI about the attacks on the DNC and RNC servers in the summer of 2015. The term “critical infrastructure” was used by Rogers.

    The DNC (given the reporting on the timeline of the attacks from Sept 2015 until the public release of the attacks in May 2016) shows the DNC was not aware that the FBI was monitoring their servers. In fact they did not believe the original FBI contacts were real.

    Does this make sense? Why would the DNC (and RNC) not be aware of the monitoring being done, if indeed they were part of the “critical infrastructure”? Is this “critical infrastructure” a permanent monitoring and automatically gets applied to political parties? If so, do the employees of these organizations know that they are being actively monitored by the Federal government?

    A curiosity related to this:

    This past weekend, out of the blue, the Dutch press reported that the Dutch AVID had gained access in to the Russian operation known as Cozy Bear systems and cameras sometime in the summer of 2014. From this access, the Dutch claim they are responsible for informing the U.S government of the “Cozy Bear” attacks on the WH and SoS in Oct 2014. The Dutch were eventually discovered and kicked out of the Cozy Bear systems. However, no date or frame for this is given. All of these stories speculated, but did not definitively say, the Dutch were responsible for the warnings about the DNC attacks in Sept 2015 as well.

    Two questions arise:
    1) Did the Dutch still have access in 2015 in order to tell the NSA about the DNC attacks?
    2) Why did the Dutch suddenly come forward now and leak their involvement? Is there something that the NSA needs to get ahead of with this?

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    • DeWalt says:

      Crowdstrike informed the FBI but would not allow them to examine it. Truth is they likely never asked. Remember, Crowdstrike was an FBI IT contractor at the time.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Mark says:

        Was the DNC server even hacked? Or was the data stolen from within? And then the whole Russian hacking narrative started, possibly to cover up Seth Rich? I know that’s conspiracy type crap, and i don’t like getting too far down the rabbit hole, but there are just too many coincidences in that whole story.


        • farrier105 says:

          Someone “tickled” the DNC network (there is more than ONE server on the network) on April 29, 2016, which resulted in Crowdstrike being called in by PERKINS COIE attorney Michael Sussman. Crowdstrike showed up on May 5, 2016. Now, it gets interesting. From May 5 until June 11, 2016, Crowdstrike simply WATCHED as the “hackers” stole everything, including Voice Over IP (VOIP) telephone communications. The reported reason why the DNC permitted Crowdstrike to do nothing while their network was looted was because Crowdstrike claimed it could track stolen documents through the Internet to the network of the hackers and perhaps delete or encrypt the DNC’s documents on the hackers’ network. More on that later. The man responsible for the monitoring was SHAWN HENRY, former head of Cybercrimes for FBI. He reported to Comey prior to retirement, and/or Mueller.

          About 75% of all emails published at Wikileaks were created from May 5, 2016 until May 25, 2016, which means WHILE CROWDSTRIKE WATCHED THEM BE STOLEN. Best Practices in Incident Response call for the containment of the hack as priority along with preserving evidence for law enforcement. THIS WAS NOT DONE, as the DNC agreed to permit Crowdstrike to have complete access to the DNC network, behind the firewall, and observe everything going on in real time using the proprietary software of Crowdstrike, Falcon Overwatch. Shawn Henry ran this “security monitoring” operation. All the emails about hosing Old Man Sanders were created during Henry’s “monitoring.”

          Now, it is important to remember that nothing can be stolen unless it exists. This includes emails. Since 75% or more of the DNC emails published at Wikileaks DID NOT EXIST PRIOR TO CROWDSTRIKE’S ARRIVAL, none of the emails could have been stolen if Incident Response Best Practices of CONTAINMENT had been carried out. It is as if Crowdstrike waited until the most damaging information could be stolen, and published at Wikileaks, to actually contain the hack. That was approximately 36 days later.

          So, WHO STOLE THE EMAILS? Who is responsible for the emails being stolen?

          The weekend Crowdstrike finally moved to contain the hack was June 11-12, 2016. That was the weekend of the ORLANDO PULSE NIGHTCLUB ALLEGED SHOOTING, which took up most of the media’s resources all that week, and you can measure that on the Internet database TYNDALL REPORT.

          On June 12, 2016, while Crowdstrike was finally cleaning hacker malware out of the DNC system, JULIAN ASSANGE appeared on ITV with Robert Preston interviewing. Assange told Preston that he had new emails about Hillary, but nothing about the source. Preston assumed the source was the illegal State Department server, but it was really the DNC EMAILS published on July 22, 2016, in time for the Democratic National Convention, which Assange promised he would on ITV back on June 12th. When the emails were published, the media were taken by surprise. The reason for the surprise was not just because ITV didn’t nail down Assange’s source for the emails, but because the MEDIA ARE LAZY.

          On June 13, 2016, the DNC officials and Crowdstrike people met with Ellen Nakashima of the Washington Post and gave her an exclusive story that did not match the final Crowdstrike report. Nakashima was told DNC emails were “read” and “monitored,” not “stolen,” or “exfiltrated” by the Russians. Only DNC opposition research about Trump was stolen, and that was because the Russians DID NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT DONALD TRUMP, yet two months before Hillary was paying millions to find out all the Russians knew about Trump, which was supposedly plenty. The media used Nakashima’s article as a guide and did NO FOLLOW-UP. The article was published on June 14, 2016.

          Now, it is important to note that Nakashima’s article could have been the first to reveal that the Russians gave Wikileaks the DNC emails, but Crowdstrike did not tell Nakashima the emails were stolen at all. IF CROWDSTRIKE HAD KNOWN JULIAN ASSANGE HAD THE DNC EMAILS, THEY COULD HAVE BLAMED IT ON RUSSIA. But the media did not report this, so Crowdstrike was not told by anyone in the Deep State about Assange having the emails, but the NSA would know that, according to Binney.

          I have been researching this for months now, but couldn’t find any references to the NSA knowing about the hack back in 2015. William Binney claims that only the NSA can track stolen documents through the Internet to their destinations. Documents don’t move in one piece, but are broken into packets and the different packets take alternate routes to the destination where the document is reassembled. If true, Crowdstrike lied about their software having this capability, and was probably using the claim as a kind of “parallel construction” as they likely used NSA TRACKING DATA to find where stolen documents were taken since Crowdstrike is a DEEP STATE CONTRACTOR.



          View story at Medium.com


          Liked by 3 people

          • farrier105 says:

            This was the best Binney statement about tracing packets and how NSA can do it and ONLY NSA can do it. Start at 11:00 if pressed for time.


    • farrier105 says:

      Another point that has to be made here is about DONOR INFORMATION on the DNC network. This would be on a file server or some kind of database server. Database software would control the use of the database by queries. Now, DNC donor information was published on Gawker and The Smoking Gun by allegedly Guccifer 2.0 on June 15, 2016, one day after the Ellen Nakashima exclusive in the June 14th Washington Post. Nakashima quoted DNC executives as claiming that the Russians did not even ACCESS the Donor information.

      The DNC would be very concerned about the donor information being published as they told the world that it wasn’t touched. Crowdstrike people like Henry and Director of Technology, Dmitri Alperovitch were sitting right there and could have corrected the DNC people as Crowdstrike’s final report indicates that EVERYTHING on the network was compromised, which would include donor information. Wasserman-Schultz would be extremely concerned about loss of donations and civil liability penalties for negligence in this situation. DNC donations are down this year.


      • farrier105 says:

        We also have no idea about how many of the servers were Virtual servers. These are “servers” that are really nothing more than code loaded onto ONE server. You have multiple servers inside ONE box. There are differences in traffic routing in this case.


    • farrier105 says:

      Thanks again for putting this up. I’ve copied and pasted your post to Word as I will research the Dutch Intel story as much as possible. MSM is very unreliable, though. Very lazy and lack of curiosity on their parts.

      I’ve just started blogging about the election, starting with the DNC hack. Someone might have read it and the claxons started going off for “General Quarters.” Most of what I posted in my first reply has been up for about two weeks prior to this past weekend. I don’t think I have that much traffic and no counter to measure it yet. I better get one to start collecting the IP addresses of incoming traffic.

      The Dutch story might be damage control.


    • farrier105 says:

      Try these leads from HA Goodman


  9. Kan says:

    Senator Grassley, in his letters to DNC employees this week, did not include Priestap in the list of possible contacts.

    Strzok and McCabe, but not Priestap.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. jstanley01 says:

    Whoever doesn’t get caught is the one who was running the show.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. TheWanderingStar says:

    So is Priestap in hiding or being held in a safe house somewhere? Did he flip when he refused Comey’s request that he fulfill his statutory duty and brief Congress on the project?

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Ari says:

    I hope McCain doesn’t die before the net falls over him. His name has been strangely absent from the discussions.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Rhoda R says:

      Don’t much like McCain, but I doubt that he’s aware of much of anything at this point. Let the bastard die in peace revenge on a vegetable isn’t glorious.


  13. so the MOLE crawled back into the hole ?
    or are whistleblowers sneaking around dropping crumbs for congress to follow


  14. geoffb5 says:

    If anyone would know if there are any inaccuracies in the memo it would be Priestap. If he says there are none, and has flipped, than there are none.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Mark says:

    Didn’t Ron Johnson say he had a guy on the inside? Bill, perhaps?


  16. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Priestap was in this cesspool up to his eyeballs. He has so much effluent sticking to him that dogs lift their legs when they pass him on the street. So–if he has any street smarts (that’s different from “intelligence”), he is singing like the fat lady and hoping that at least a little of the stink washes off.

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  17. Isman says:

    I haven’t gone thru all of the posts, so I don’t know if this has been mentioned already. The following is from the Bloomberg biography of Sabina Menschel :
    She began her investigative career as a research analyst at Kroll and rose to Director of Research for the New York office and then to Global Head of Training for the Business Intelligence and Investigations practice. After graduating from Harvard Business School, she served as a Special Advisor in the Directorate of Intelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, DC. In that capacity, she worked with senior management to refine and strengthen the FBI’s intelligence gathering capabilities and implement its intelligence transformation efforts in response to the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission. She is a graduate of Harvard College and the Harvard Business School.


    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      How perfect for Priestap! They were made for each other. The person who said of this whole business, “If you want to understand it fully, watch the wives,” or words to that effect, was so right.
      What a sewer.


  18. tsmifjones says:

    Excellent work… Just excellent…A+


  19. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Democrats and msm poo poo the ‘insurance policy’ while ignoring what comes immediately before it: ‘but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk.’ (in allowing Trump to be elected)

    Liked by 1 person

  20. 8675309 says:

    Maybe Priestap was there to find out “what they know”, so they canbury other things.


  21. AloftWalt says:

    FBI & DOJ challenging release of memo due to “inaccuracies”. What a surprise. So…..will the memo be released?

    Oh, and look….Huff and Puff Gowdy is leaving.


  22. And now according to Zero Hedge “Reuters quoted Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intel Committee, who believes the contents of the four-page memo about allegedly egregious FBI abuses of FISA set for public release in the next several days, could lead to the firing of Special Counsel Bob Mueller, or more likely Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.” If Rosenstein is fired, will Sundance finally add Mr. Rosenstein to the circle of evil??? We shall see…..


  23. w5ovf says:

    Back to the FBI head Christopher Wray allowing Demoncratic challenges to the Nunes memo to the Nunes MEMO.!! He must do that or be accused of “obstruction of Justice”! Justice will come from the “Court of public (folk) opinion”, rather than some corrupt political BS!!!


  24. w5ovf says:

    Please folk! stop with the small stuff! Between the members of the US CFR (council on foreign relations), The Soros crime Cartel, the Goldman crime Cartel, the Bush crime Cartel, and the Clinton crime Cartel, all is easily recognized. Why oh why stick your head in the sand, while leaving your young ass up waving in the breeze, knowing what must be next?


  25. gamecock123 says:

    I’m guessing he either went to Sessions, or Sessions snagged him. Either way, his cooperation has me second guessing on Sessions that maybe, Session really is woke. I hope Sessions comes out swinging with a group of other white hats that testify against the swamp. This is Sessions, “Robert the Bruce” moment and Trump needs him now, more than ever. He was a good leader once, I believe he still got still got good in him, if Sessions would (maybe he is) only lead, alot of good guys, alot us would follow and restore the institution.


  26. gamecock123 says:

    I’m guessing he either went to Sessions, or Sessions snagged him. Either way, his cooperation has me second guessing on Sessions that maybe, Session really is woke. I hope Sessions comes out swinging with a group of other white hats that testify against the swamp. This is Sessions, “Robert the Bruce” moment and Trump needs him now, more than ever. He was a good leader once, I believe he still got still got good in him, if Sessions would (maybe he is) only lead, alot of good guys, alot us would follow and restore the institution.


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