President Trump Initial Reaction to Content of FISA Memo…

While meeting with victims of a brutal North-Korean regime, President Trump made a few remarks about the newly released HPSCI memo:

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160 Responses to President Trump Initial Reaction to Content of FISA Memo…

  1. Some Old Guy says:

    Letting the dust clear and waiting for additional evidence to be released as to who may/may not be a white/black hat but the President’s response to questioning for reporters “…to figure it out…” seems ominous to me.

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  2. ZurichMike says:

    I have to admit I was a bit underwhelmed by the memo’s content. Then my older brother reminded me that we have been deep in the weeds on this for a long time, and for the vast majority of Americans, this is the very first time that they are even remotely aware of what happened.

    And the good stuff (IG’s report) is yet to come!

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    • sunnydaze says:

      I think most Americans won’t even understand what has happened.

      BUT! Here’s what they *would* understand:

      Somebody goes to “Yahoo News” (of all places) with a made-up BS story which sets the whole thing off.

      Even the most braindead/unconcerned person can understand the funkiness of *that*.

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      • Mark T. says:

        You hit the nail on the head because that is EXACTLY what most of the people are talking about that i have encountered – it’s the “Yahoo resource” that makes it all look bogus.

        As for violating the law and the right of American citizens – they could care less.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        Need to be a: “dick and jane” version. Small bullets, digestible or the millenials just won’t make sense of the content.

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        • BT a/k/a BT in SC says:

          What comes after the millenials? My 7-year-old grandson could easily read the memo and probably digest enough of it to give “them” [the millenials] a short synopsis.

          [Last summer when he was only six, he hopped his little head up out of the pool and said “Bumpa, what does synopsis mean?” How many of the millenials when they were six-years-old would ask that kind of question? How many of them had ever even heard the word?!? {Bumpa = Grandpa} The same child just shakes his head at me sometimes, as if to say, “Good grief, Bebe! How’d you ever make it this far?” He already tells me, when it comes to “gaming,” “Never mind, Bebe. You wouldn’t understand it, anyway.” {Bebe = Grandma}]

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        • churchmouse says:

          Not just the Millennials, but anyone who does not have much time to read.

          The simpler the better to communicate to family and friends.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        I disagree, Sunny – I think most braindead millennials as well as other poorly informed citizens would think that “Yahoo News Resources” give it instant credibility. Pretty sad, eh? You give the general public too much credit.

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      • Well, here is what we know if I understand it correctly.

        Super-sleuth Steel planted a story in Yahoo News and another at Mother Jones. It is also Steel, of course, (with some help) who concocted the Clinton/Steel Dossier.

        The FBI then used the Dossier and the Mother Jones story to corroborate the Yahoo story, the Dossier and the Yahoo piece to corroborate Mother Jones story, and the Yahoo and the Mother Jones story to corroborate the Dossier.

        C’mon, you have to have a sense of humor about all this. These James Bond people are so stupid that it is laughable. Who, on this board, would be so stupid as to not recruit three different people to set up these three different bits of false evidence…..LOL

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    • Julie says:

      I am NOT getting my hopes up anymore!

      How can you explain Jeff Sessions just this morning bragging about Rosenstein? I saw the video on Gateway Pundit earlier saying how great he is? Rosenstein extended the FISA warrant when he knows the dossier is fake.

      I mean it is just UNBELIEVABLE!

      I don’t think anything will change. Sessions needs to go.

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      • James F says:

        Now this from Sessions today.

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        • vinchenzer says:

          Yea whats a little abuse of power, conspiracy to deny a duly elected president his office and perjury among DC establishment criminals. Sessions is pathetic. Get rid of that mouse.

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        • vinchenzer says:

          Yea whats a little abuse of power, conspiracy to deny a duly elected president his office and perjury among DC establishment criminals. Sessions is pathetic. Get rid of that mouse.

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        • guitar107 says:

          Sounds like Sessions, typical politician, is reaching across the aisle.
          Reminds me of McLame.
          *sigh*

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        • Thanatos says:

          Long time lurker, first time poster.

          I would like all to consider this one thing…

          There still needs to be a DoJ and an FBI for the moment. An instant removal of either would cause much disruption in the nation. Sessions must be able to stay in control of the DoJ and guide it thru the turmoil that has occurred due to the democrats corruption of the departments. Sessions must be able to maintain the “good cop” role so that he can still possibly find further corrupt actors AND also keep the good people that are there from leaving due to declining morale. If Sessions were to be blasting the department, there is no way that he could effectively lead it back from the abyss.

          I do have a suspicious cat attitude on Sessions, as we all should, but don’t count him out yet. Its a complex problem that does not have a black and white solution. Trump and his administration have been pure genius on how this is being played out. Maybe, just maybe, the way Sessions has been “performing” is all part of the plan.

          Stay skeptical tho, that is something all citizens should always be towards government.

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          • BakoCarl says:

            Well said! Logic, reasoning and an understanding that us know-it-all geniuses just may not be privy to all the facts and PTrump’s approach. Thank you.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Thanatos, you make some good points, but I have to disagree on Sessions staying on in order to maintain moral. How does an ineffective, recused head of a department encourage the good people within that department to stay motivated? It wouldn’t work for me. But as you say, we don’t know everything. However, I think we have all given Sessions the benefit of the doubt for a very long time and our skepticism regarding him is fairly well deserved. I would LOVE to be wrong about him.

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          • Jerry Kays says:

            Well said, we can only hope …

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        • lav48erne says:

          He is either being blackmailed or just a moron. President Trump please fire sessions

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      • vinchenzer says:

        Sessions is like a timid mouse among the DC jackals. He may be a good wing-man but he cannot lead, he is afraid of all the downside that he would have to bear if he actually stood up to these criminals and traitors. DC Establishment types are use to grand-standing — that is moral postering- but when it comes to actually doing the right thing they shrink away. Sessions has been a terrible AG.

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      • TexasRanchQueen says:

        Julie, I heard on the radio, the short news at the top of the hour (I think ABC) some reporter asking Jeff Sessions re Rosenstein and Jeff said Rosenstein was doing a great job and that’s the kind of people the DOJ needs (not the exact words but meaning) and I was floored. I with you not getting my hopes up.

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      • Celia says:

        Go to the Drudge Report and read what he said!!!
        If Sessions can’t do his job, then he needs to be replaced.
        And I used to be a fan of Sessions.

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        The Sessions bashing on this site is getting to the point of being ludicrous. Evidently those who bash him do not get that the fact his recusal was part and parcel of taking these people down. I have said it many times if JS was not doing what DT wanted him to do he would have been told to pack his bags and leave a long time ago. DT has a history of letting people go who cannot get the job done. Get back to me when any of you have factual, credible evidence that he is not doing what DT wants him to do. Also it is very revealing that so many of you are saying the same things. It seems to expose you.

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        • tax2much says:

          President Trump himself has bashed Sessions on many occasions. The President’s hands are tied on firing him as all of the never-Trump senators have threatened to go with the Dems if he does. So I doubt that the President is anything but let down by Mr. Sessions, just as he’s stated in his tweets. His options were just very limited by the politics. This may all change now that the Obama corruption is getting a little daylight, but I doubt much will come of it.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          kiskim, Sessions would have been removed almost at the start if Trump didn’t know that Sessions is an essential cog in getting the results Trump wants. Working behind the curtain, Sessions is getting a lot done and a lot of what needs to be done for a case to be successful in law. He seems like a milquetoast but he is smart and clever and working with Trump. Just because he doesn’t rush in where angels fear to tread shows you have not been following SD and this blog at all. Having worked in law you want to have ALL the parts together and then POUNCE! With all the crap that has been done and left behind, it takes a little time to get the spool unwound before you hang them officially.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Perhaps Rosenstein flipped and has a nice pardon / plea bargain waiting for him. He’s not the target. Hillary and Obama are.

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    • mimbler says:

      The memo is about what I expected it to be but…
      What about the 100 plus republican congressmen that read it and professed shock and dismay?

      Are they?
      a) really that ignorant
      b) totally blind in a DC bubble
      c) complicit
      d) all of the above

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      • josco scott says:

        If they haven’t been following CTH or the like–and they probably haven’t–it IS shocking. And the guys interviewed tend to be clean cut good guys. I think institutionalized corruption is shocking to anyone.
        And they also know there’s more. The shock also involves the other stuff that will come out.

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        • mimbler says:

          I guess, I’d have to ask: Why aren’t our elected conservative representatives -not- following conservative news sites?

          While I’m biased that the treehouse is the best, this wouldn’t be shocking to anyone following any number of conservative sites.

          Are they getting their news from CNN?

          I know I’m ranting a bit, but not at you Josco! 🙂

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            I have wondered, as I have watched these guys appearing on these shows with their careful statements about the memo, if they weren’t part of a carefully orchestrated roll out.

            Each with his part to play, each with his own little set of mini talking points. For one it is KGB, for another it is shocking to his core, to another it is Watergate 2.0, so on and so forth.

            To what end? I don’t know, other than to draw attention and publicity to the memo. I’m not a chess player, much less 4D chess, and I am a skeptic from a long line of skeptics, so I’m not the one to offer a creative imaginative finale here.

            But I continue to watch, and wonder.

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          • Founding Fathers Fan says:

            How many conservative Representatives do you think there are? Can you same some?

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      • no-nonsense-nancy says:

        Exactly my first thought!

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        It really makes you wonder.

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      • Dixie says:

        Ignorance. Except when they are ambitious, then they become high profile. They have to be knowledgeable when they are appearing on television.

        Just watch a committee investigation. Most of them only come in when it is time for their 5 minutes of questions or their diatribe. Few of them stay for any length of time. How can they be fully informed about the subject of the investigation?

        Their staff members sit behind them and talk among themselves or play with their phones, not really absorbing what is being said. So they are not providing much information.

        Lo and behold, once in a while someone like Nunes or Grassley will appear.

        Just my 2 cents….

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Draining a corrupt, globalist-socialist swamp that has been in the making for 60 years will not be completed in one year.

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    • p'odwats says:

      The corruption is so deep and tangled one memo is just a raindrop in the ocean. It’s:only beginning. The MSM and the Deep State may think this was nothing, but it is just the tip of the iceberg!

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      The biggest political scandal in our modern history; and that is all the AG can muster?
      This man is a danger to the Republic and it’s institutions.

      Let’s not forget; this is the man who recused himself before discussing it with our president……………No wonder our president felt betrayed.

      Today, I feel betrayed by Sessions.

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      • Oldschool says:

        Me too bob.

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        BBob do you really know it was not discussed between both him and the president. The only thing you got to validate it is Trump saying he was not doing a good job. Also how do you know that the Trump felt betrayed? It is Trump’s MO to say things to distract things and people. Your assumption(s) have holes in them that need to be filled in or they cannot stand by themselves alone.

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        • KBR says:

          “Your assumption(s) have holes in them that need to be filled in or they cannot stand by themselves alone.”

          The problem here is, so do yours.

          I have been on the fence about Sessions waiting waiting. Hearing both sides. Seeing nothing from either side of the fence that is absolute definitive evidence.

          Today Sessions used the “nobody’s perfect” excuse for the whole DOJ.
          🤦‍♀️

          Still not proof that he is no white hat. Just proof that he makes dumb weak-tea excuses for whatever reason…This wording is not inspiring my confidence in his judgement in either case. If he is white hatted, he had best stop the lame lingo.

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          • Davidb says:

            The same people here, who say Sessions is going to do something, will still be waiting for it to happen in a year from now. He has had opportunities, and has let them slip by. He isn’t interested in cleaning the swamp, as he is part of it. He does seem interested in enforcing the laws on us “little people”, and is also pro border enforcement. Maybe Trump keeps him as AG just for that, and the fact that CONgress will remove Trump from office. We are all witnessing the fact that there are 2 justice systems….one for us, and none for them. There are dozen of recent examples of gov. dept heads keeping their jobs, whereas any of us would be canned, sued, and jailed.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Kis – I specifically heard Trump say during an interview that if he had known Sessions was going to recuse himself from the Russia stuff, he would NOT have appointed him to the AG position. So, do you want me to take our POTUS at his word or assume he was just saying that as some part of a grand scheme? I would rather take him at his word, frankly.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Do you really think Trump is that stupid and would allow Sessions (or anyone) to stay who was not doing exactly as he/she was supposed to do? The messaging and stances of many of the players are *designed* to confuse the enemy.

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    • Many more tall weeds to thrash through before the ‘swamp’ comes into view to the general public.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      I agree, Mike – I thought, “wait – nothing new here, really” but then I remembered that Treepers are probably some of the very few that have been aware of these shenanigans for the better part of the last six months and it must be shocking to learn about this for the first time. At least I HOPE it is shocking – you never know…..

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  3. WhistlingPast says:

    “You got mud on your face, you big disgrace
    Kicking your can all over the place.
    We will, We will JAIL YOU.”

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  4. Tonawanda says:

    “what’s going on in this country”

    That is exactly how we common average people talk about it.

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  5. RedBallExpress says:

    Most of us would have been screaming at he camera, leveling one accusation after another. Of course we are watching a pro that knows how to get results.

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  6. lfhbrave says:

    Comes now: Disgrace v. “No Department is perfect”

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  7. WhistlingPast says:

    “We have others in a different room as I told you that are really petrified to be here. Petrified. So it’s tough stuff. Tough stuff.

    Notice the Enemedia falls silent.

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  8. Blacksmith8 says:

    oh noes PDJT is wearing the RED tie. dhimms better hide.

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  9. PDQ says:

    Schiff REALLY stepped in it:

    HPSCI Memo Edits
    • HPSCI Ranking Member Adam Schiff has been a ceaseless opponent of the Committee’s
    attempts to collect and share information on FISA abuses. He even denounced the
    Committee’s issuance of subpoenas to the DOJ and FBI for information the agencies
    were withholding from Congressional oversight.
    • In a last-ditch effort to block publication of the HPSCI memo, Ranking Member Schiff
    issued a press release complaining about minor edits the Committee made to the memo.
    • The edits, implemented before HPSCI voted to make the memo public, included routine,
    minor technical changes and edits suggested by the FBI and by the Committee Minority
    themselves, respectively.
    • Ranking Member Schiff’s press release was one in a long line of media stunts meant to
    oppose transparency and stifle the Committee’s investigation of possible surveillance
    abuses by top officials at the FBI and DOJ

    https://intelligence.house.gov/uploadedfiles/memo_and_white_house_letter.pdf

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  10. Thecleaner says:

    To me, Trump looks pissed…heads are gonna roll…he will wait a day or 2 I think, but there could be a major bloodletting coming here…buckle up

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  11. positron1352 says:

    Many in Congress, if not most, have known how the game is played for a very long time and adapted themselves to making deals with the devil. Then Trump comes along, gets framed and he blows it wide open. Session’s blase comment demonstrates that this is nothing new to him. I have felt that he was a part of the swamp and am still waiting to see what transpires.

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  12. positron1352 says:

    Buongino, whether he is respected here or not, mentioned an important point. Think of all the cases that are now tainted when more names comes out attached to already settled litigation.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Yes – this is critical, and this is why the leftists are so panicked. This is brilliant play. The IG let out just enough that we knew FBI was ready for massive cleanup. Next they create the drama that releases a “strychnine nothingburger” – the memo – which does the same thing to DOJ. Every actor here is tainted, so all their cases need review. Those cases will lead to new tainted players, and all their cases will need review. Where will the subterranean tunnel-ratting of the whack-a-mole scenario lead?

      EVERY

      OBAMA

      SCANDAL.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      And you know, we aren’t going to like it. I haven’t looked into it, too much going on IRL right now so no time, but I hope the little Tsarnov creep doesn’t get released because of dirty FBI agents involvement.

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      • wondering999 says:

        You bring up a good point. The FBI had visited that family long before the crime…

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      • churchmouse says:

        A good point. While we want to see justice done, we should be careful about what we wish for.

        That said, there is a lot of explaining to be done on the part of the FBI/DOJ re the President and campaign associates.

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        • Didn’t one of the Tsarnov brothers die during questioning by FBI agents in Florida?

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          You know, I don’t see any way around it but through it at this point. Damn the torpedoes!

          We have to clean up this mess, no matter what it costs. Yes, we should be mindful and clear eyed that there WILL be a price to be paid in terms of reduced or even demolished trust in government agencies, and there will be a cost in terms of some really bad guys who might get off because of these stupid fools behavior.

          In the end, it is ALL on BO’s head. He led the country to this. He and his henchmen took advantage of vain, weak, corrupt people and promoted them and let the run wild.

          There are others at fault, too, but I could sit here all night and add them up!!

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          • churchmouse says:

            Although this matter is on O’s head, the mess started decades ago, even before the Clintons. I would posit the late 1950s or early 1960s (JFK assassination).

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            • Carrie2 says:

              churchmouse and the published 1963 DNC Communist Manifesto to take over America. Then they took over the education system to brainwash decades of Americans who haven’t a clue about our country and who and what we and do. They encouraged Teacher Unions and teacher dues sent to the DNC/democrats running for office. Jack Kennedy, not my favorite female user, but he was actually pushing America and who we really are and that was not to be and I still think the Texas governor was a part of the scheme to murder Jack Kennedy as it all was so pat and efficient and disgusting as we watched him being murdered by wounds in the wrong places from the news we all got. We have come a long way since then, baby, and are not so believing and knowing a lot more and realizing WE are the America our Constitution set forth and we must once more be prepared to defend American, our Constitution and ourselves.

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              • churchmouse says:

                Exactly, Carrie2. I fully agree with you. Well said. (I particularly like ‘not my favorite female user’. 🙂 )

                John Connolly’s widow would not allow the coroner to remove the shrapnel from that day from her husband’s leg many years later upon his death. Why on earth not??

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        • When you stop really think this through, if all players in this scandal get swept up, we may find ourselves in the middle of Constitutional crisis. I really it is that bad. You are talking about the FBI, DOJ, CIA and all the other A B C departments. Pray for our country, our awesome POTUS and his family.🙏🙏🙏

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          • churchmouse says:

            ‘… we may find ourselves in the middle of Constitutional crisis.’ No doubt about it, but corruption that has been left to fester for decades now has to be cleaned up. Otherwise, the Great Republic will be finished.

            Agree with you on the need for regular prayer in this regard.

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  13. crandew says:

    I really hope heads roll this time!

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    • dogsmaw says:

      Betcha ur booties, President Donald Trump has this…

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      It will be important to watch “moles” fall out of their holes with no hammer whacking them. If Sessions is actually going to be “the silent executioner” here, we will see it by its actions. Resignations, firings, disappearances from DOJ mastheads. That is what I suspect is going to happen.

      Quiet, quiet, the coyotes in the hen-house will appear as pelts hanging on the fence. Every once in a while we’ll see the “country boys” and “hometown girls” going to the garden hose and washing little dark droplets off what looks like a beer can, and going back into the hen house.

      Comey screams nothingburger. Soon, he calms down. Then, he disappears for stretches of time. Then Q says something extraordinary.

      Popcorn. The quiet Alien/Predator/Velociraptor-hunting suspense scene is coming.

      This is one scenario that I’m guessing from quiet Sessions being quiet.

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Sessions’ won’t be the executioner; silent or otherwise.

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      • Farmon says:

        Howdy doody, I’m in for that hunt. (In my Mater voice that is)

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      • 6079 Smith W says:

        The Silent Executioner

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        • churchmouse says:

          Sessions can handle those widely perceived to be criminals (gangs), but it is unlikely he can handle the Swamp. He was part of it for so many years.

          Furthermore, based on what he said today — that departments make mistakes — that he views those in power differently.

          Others, like Donald J Trump Jr, have to suffer the consequences. Sessions probably did not even envisage DJT Jr being implicated.

          You don’t hurt a man’s — a president’s — innocent (most probably) son. You just don’t allow that to happen. Think of all the worry the Trumps have been through. That was most unnecessary.

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          • Jerry Kays says:

            Most everyone in those political positions are a part of the swamp (except for the POTUS), you most likely have never been able to get such positions without playing ball to some degree … but that does not mean that every one of them are as evil as others.

            Finally though, a true white hat comes along Trump (we can hope anyway) and seems to make some progress on exposing the bad actors … at a certain point, if it looks to be successful, the least evil among-st the bad and evil, will finally see the hand writing on the wall, and if for not for an altruistic reason, will don a white hat to save their ass, probably turn states evidence in the process, those that try and bluff it out (the ones that don’t retire and run) will do whatever they think will lesson the harm to themselves, but the most evil know it and will seek their salvation with the one they worship, good riddance to them. That some of the self-proclaimed “white hats” are not really all that pure, should be forgiven for at least turning around and finally doing the right thing for the greater good.

            Anyway, we are in for some extremely exciting and enlightening times just ahead. Prophecy has always spoken of such coming down the pike of time, the day is finally here at last. Hang On!

            IMnsHO

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  14. BT a/k/a BT in SC says:

    With so many of us Treepers, there has to ga a body language expert [layman?] sitting on a branch here, somewhere. I’m NOT an expert or even a layman, but PDJT’s clenched jaw and tightly crossed arms seemed to be speaking volumes. Does anyone have a better reading on this – a lot more experience than I have – and wanna weigh in on this? Please, by all means, go ahead. And if I’ve misinterpreted PDJT’s body language, let me know. I’ve been wrong before, and if I’m wrong again, it probably won’t be the last time…

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    • BT a/k/a BT in SC says:

      Dayum “auto correct!”

      “… there has got to be a body language…” How it got so mangled, I’ll never know…

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    • KBR says:

      It would be difficult to interpret the body language of an adept in the art of business dealings.

      Skilled gamblers often put on an outward appearance of having a “tell” but then go on to win. I would imagine skilled business dealers are better at this than gamblers.

      I would imagine that PDJT is expert at concealing body language give-aways, and probably also expert at showing body language that is opposite to his feelings or intent when he finds it expedient to do so.

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    • yamabudo says:

      Yes, wonder this, as well

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  15. FL_GUY says:

    AG Sessions is a professional prosecutor. He clearly knows NOT to prejudice a case in front of the media-rats. He is responding exactly as he needs to; avoiding giving the perps defense ammunition of prejudice. People have gotten use to grandstanding incompetents like that Mosely clown in Baltimore and we see how those cases, and her career, turned out. When you are dealing with the biggest scandal in USA history, you handle it like you were handling nito; if you want to see justice done. JMHO

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    • H.R. says:

      Best interpretation of Sessions’ remark I’ve seen so far, FL_GUY.

      Perhaps AG Sessions could have followed up with, “Maybe we’ll have to have a look-a-see into this.” But he didn’t. Perhaps it’s because someone is already having a look-a-see into the corruption?

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    • MVW says:

      Truer words are hard to find. Perhaps this is why the media is so clueless, no one they listen to has any idea what Sessions or Trump will do with the traitors. Careers, jail, death of the Democrat Party in the night.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      And it was reported today that Sessions is turning over the FISA memo to his IG Horowitz to do more investigating. (can’t the IG recommend indictments?)

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  16. Carolina Kat says:

    I’m sorry to be off-topic from the thread – but I admire so much the human approach our President has taken toward the victims of North Korea. His comment about people in the next room terrified to be seen – what they risk and their families is very sad. Korea is the only divided country in the world, and when the divisions occurred families were divided. South Koreans fear for their families in the North. This is a vast humanitarian crisis, and as well as everything else, our President was angry about that.

    Now put that in the framework that NK miseries are a result of feckless Hillary and Obama who did nothing – because they were too busy corrupting their own government trying to overthrow the election even after he was elected.

    President Trump wants to do good things, not just for Americans, but for places like NK/SK where he can make a difference. He has the will to do it. Now if the walking talking demons in the deep state would get punished, there might be faith in justice in America again, and allowing our President to do his job might bring peace to the world in places like Korea and the Middle East.

    I hate them for what they did, but I despise them even more for what they are still doing to stop the President. It’s hard not to lose patience…

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  17. sunnydaze says:

    So have Collins, Murkowsky, Flake, etc outed themselves yet, like McCain did earlier?

    Anyone know if any other RINOs have piped in on this?

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Here’s McCain’s tweet, JIC anyone has not yet seen it:

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      • yamabudo says:

        O M G

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        Does he consider Exposure of their unAmerican and criminal activities to be an attack? Maybe he rather they just get by with spying on anyone for any ideological or political or no reason at all, and we shouldn’t notice?

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Oh my gosh!! Can this man get any more ludicrous! I really do believe his reasoning powers are being affected now by his cancer. He literally does not make any sense. Retire, already!

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      • T.L.T. says:

        Was John McCain involved in the Ukraine election interference run by Hilary Clinton & Obama in 2014?

        That’s when the US decided we weren’t buddies anymore. When Russia outmanuevered those stupid hateful people. I know they were swell friends just a few years earlier as Hilary negotiated the sale of 20% of America’s uranium to them.

        I know McCain was wrapped up in that Syrian debacle, the ongoing one that president Trump got stuck with & is solving while McCain withers from the top down.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      I haven’t read anyone else’s comments so far. Just McStupid.

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  18. sunnydaze says:

    Kim Strassel’s twitter feed has some good info it. I expect more in coming days:

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      This is an excellent re-read, especially knowing what we now know. But I’m curious why it was okay for HRC to do oppo research via a [fired for lying] British ex-spy, but devastating when Trump’s campaign very briefly met with a Russian attorney when told she had information on the opposing candidate?

      “Details from the dossier were not reported before Election Day,” ran a recent CNN story. Hillary Clinton herself stressed the point in a recent “Daily Show” appearance. The dossier, she said, is “part of what happens in a campaign where you get information that may or may not be useful and you try to make sure anything you put out in the public arena is accurate. So this thing didn’t come out until after the election, and it’s still being evaluated.”

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  19. colddeadhandsyoudirtyape says:

    he forgot to add “And they should be locked up!” (that unforgettable moment in the last? debate)

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  20. sunnydaze says:

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  21. Trey Dawg says:

    So when does interpol pick up Mr Steele for trying to overturn a sitting US President for money? This is the kind of thing the United Nations and the Hague were built for.
    Steele was MI6 so how far up the British chain does this go?

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  22. sunnydaze says:

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  23. T.L.T. says:

    So now conservatives know…any liberal run govt will be their active enemy.

    It’s almost go time, boys.

    Only GOD & Trump have a chance at erecting justice with a badly raped Lady Liberty.

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  24. MVW says:

    The media is the enemy of America and Americans.

    To save our Republic, the media that was bought, usurped, invaded and conquered by an enemy of the Republic, has to be restored. Although many argue that the legacy media is a buggy whip, horses are still used worldwide. Further, look at the ‘press room’, or asking DJT questions, see any new media there????

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  25. Mike diamond says:

    President Trump is the best President ever!!!! We love him and all his family!!!!

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