Rep. Jim Jordan Summarizes FBI Crew Shaping Clinton Investigation and Starting Trump Investigation…

There is a deluge of information now coming out of months-long parallel investigations by the House (Nunes and Goodlatte), and Senate (Grassley and Johnson), along with DOJ Inspector General Horowitz.  It can be easy to get lost amid the deluge.

Representative Jim Jordan gives a solid summary of how the information intersects amid the “small group” within a corrupt upper-tier of FBI officials.  WATCH:

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146 Responses to Rep. Jim Jordan Summarizes FBI Crew Shaping Clinton Investigation and Starting Trump Investigation…

  1. Sentient says:

    I saw this elsewhere on the internets. It could be called the libs’ defense of the Obama FBI:

    Complete and systemic incompetence. We didn’t know it was a politically motivated dossier. We didn’t know that our agents and attorneys were politically motivated. We didn’t know that the source was a foreign national with an ax to grind against the opposition candidate. We didn’t know that we were supposed to mention any of these things on the warrant. We didn’t know that he had been instructed by the Democrat National Committee to disseminate this information to the MSM. We were completely unaware that the data from the dossier and the reports in the MSM were from the same source because we didn’t fact check any of it. We didn’t know that it was wrong to use the Foreign Surveillance laws to spy on domestic targets. We didn’t know that our own agent was supposedly a Russian conduit when he worked for us and only became concerned when he went to work for the opposition candidate. When we discovered these facts we didn’t know that we should have gone back to the judge and explain our failures to properly vet the dossier. We didn’t know that our agents texts and emails, especially during an important investigation should have been archived. We didn’t know that our agents and attorneys were %&^%*% each other. We didn’t know that they were making jokes and references about the incoming President- their new boss- that sounded like they were planning sedition. We didn’t know that they were spending so much time- however much times it takes to write and send 50,000 texts- on government equipment during office hours to keep up with their lovers instead of doing their jobs. We didn’t know that the wife of the guy in charge of this investigation was receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars from Hillary’s bag man. We didn’t know that the Justice Department Official who had dealings with this case was married to a woman who worked for the company that paid 10 million for the dossier.

    Do I need to go on? If this wasn’t deliberate then they ought to all be canned right now for malfeasance and incompetence. What’s the point of an investigative agency that doesn’t investigate?

    Liked by 49 people

    • Dats Right says:

      Let the whistle blowing begin.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Dats Right says:

        Ya got to know that Goodlatte would love a single to drive in Nunes from 3rd.
        I want Big Mike from OIG coming to the plate with bases loaded.
        So Goodlatte drives a sharp grounder that almost makes it through the gap. Shortstop knocks it down, but can” make the throw. Goodlatte safe at 1st…bases loaded.

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      • Sammy says:

        Actually this wasn’t that good of a interview, nothing about the Grassly memo, which cleared it up, they said it was a law firm might be political instead Hillary and DNC paid for it …. And that they lied and said that Steele wasn’t behind the Yahoo story when it is not believable that they didn’t know he was behind it… They also didn’t inform the court that he was terminated for speaking to press in they other 3 extensions.

        Sundance should put up the interview Laura did with Strassel and Joe it was good interview .

        And why hasn’t Sundance called out what a liar Clapper is , he must have known that they got a FISA title 1 warrant on Carter but lied in the Meet the Press interview said no FISA was issued to anyone on team Trump.

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    • Everywhereguy says:

      Want a TL;DR?

      We are no good at anything, and beyond that we just lie about everything to blameshift as needed.

      Sounds like a great campaign theme, right?

      Liked by 10 people

    • 4sure says:

      “What’s the point of an investigative agency that doesn’t investigate?”

      If one has ever had the experience of working w/the FBI field agents, one will quickly learn that they do very little investigative work. They in fact are pretty damn lazy and are not well trained in good old fashioned investigative work or interrogation techniques.

      They get 99.99% of their so called investigative info from PAID informants. They have tons of money to throw around for info and have access to all the deep state spying and wire taps. Local and state LEO does not have this luxury, so they have to do real police work.
      The FBI is YUGELY over rated. They can also use the lie to FBI card whereas the local and state police do not have this in their arsenal.

      W/O paid informants, the FBI would be hard pressed to tell you what time of the day it is.

      The FBI has long since outlived whatever useful purpose they had.

      And this BS about the FBI agents as a whole are great people is also BS. You cannot work in an agency or company and not know through the grapevine about what is going on in the agency at the higher levels, esp. w/regards to corruption. And not a single so called great agent spilled the beans to anyone. They all suck.

      And I want to see them hanged for their treasonous activity.

      And I hope the NSA when they read this, passes this on to the FBI.

      Liked by 16 people

      • Wend says:

        You are so right on. Thanks for this.

        My state appellate justice friends calls them “The Fan Belt Inspectors” and “Famous But Incompetent”. Now they’re the Gestapo or Stasi without any of the skill.

        Liked by 9 people

      • Phil aka Felipe says:

        18 U.S. Code § 2382 – Misprision of treason

        Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States and having knowledge of the commission of any treason against them, conceals and does not, as soon as may be, disclose and make known the same to the President or to some judge of the United States, or to the governor or to some judge or justice of a particular State, is guilty of misprision of treason and shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than seven years, or both.

        (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 807; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(1)(H), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2147.)


        When was the last time anyone was charged with this crime?

        I don’t know either.

        Now would be a good time to start enforcing this law and prosecuting a bunch of these ‘public servants’ to Drain the Swamp!

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      • Summer says:

        Could not say it better myself.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        I have been so angered by the FBI in this mess I could scream. I have been calling for the destruction of the FBI.

        More rationally, I’d like to see (at the end of the investigation process when it is all laid bare) a Presidential Commission appointed with people who understand law enforcement and counterterrorism to serve on it and have them review the mission of the FBI and see if it is still relevant in today’s world.

        I suspect a case could be made that it is not, or that there may be elements of it that could survive but that basically the plug could be pulled on that monstrosity.

        I don’t think it is enough to thin the herd of senior management, I think we need to reevaluate the entire bloated mess that is the FBI and reshape it or kill it.

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      • I agree with all. However, if a local LEO has found out you have lied about one thing, you immediately become a suspect. That is because if you would lie about one thing, it is expected you would lie about everything. At least this is the way my Dad worked as well as my FIL.


      • Rynn69 says:

        This comment is probably 100% accurate. It is the people who actually DO work who know the people WHO DO NOT.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Greg C. says:

      Maybe all they do is text, and contract out all the investigative work to the likes of CrowdStrike (DNC server) and Fusion GPS.

      Liked by 4 people

    • talker2u says:

      Would anyone here please write a short precis of any video content for those of us whose rural Internet costs prohibit viewing?

      Thanks in advance.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Angel Martin says:

        Jordan’s most important point was that the text re Obama “wants to know everything” was in early September. The Clinton emails had been closed since early July.

        The investigation that Obama wanted to know all that Strzok was working on was the Trump Russia investigation.

        Of course, that is contrary to Obama’s claims that I don’t interfere in ongoing investigations etc.

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        • Helen says:

          Maybe after September when POTUS wanted to know everything is when they started briefing him via the PBD daily.

          Liked by 1 person

        • talker2u says:

          You’re an angel, Angel Martin.

          Thank you!


        • Crystal says:

          O claimed that he knew about Russian hacking since August 2016, but didn’t do anything about it because he didn’t want to taint H’s victory.

          Given what we now know about the dossier, it looks like Russia (Kremlin) was helping H to win and not Trump. O knew this and, therefore, wasn’t bothered.

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    • kriseton says:

      I have a feeling they will not be able to claim this stuff once all the evidence is revealed.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Ackman420 says:

      Same shit, differnt scandal. It always comes down to: Either the govt/Hillary/FBI/DNC/etc. is totally corrupt, or totally inept. Either case should result in removal. Always.

      Of course, removal/dismissal/indictment never occurs. Eventually we the people will burn it down and start over.

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    • kate says:

      It sounds like Hillary speaking at the different hearings doesn’t it. Of course they are all I know nothing Democrats.


    • Zippy says:

      “We didn’t know that the source was a foreign national with an ax to grind against the opposition candidate.”

      Source of the DOSSIER, but NOT its contents. The trustworthiness of Steele they try to claim as an excuse to use him because of earlier work with the FBI is IRRELEVANT. The trustworthiness of the sources of the CONTENTS are the only thing that counts in court and those were all fed to Steele by sources in the RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT (who are now ROTFL) and via the “intel laundering” path used by Clinton associates.


    • Just try telling any judge or the IRS that you didn’t know or weren’t aware and see how far that gets you.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Le silver says:

      Ignorance of the law(s) is no excuse, guilty as charged….


  2. ForGodandCountry says:

    Like Sundance keeps saying….

    It’s all about the timeline. The timeline don’t lie.

    Liked by 17 people

  3. The Devilbat says:

    Hang them and they will never do wrong again.

    Liked by 9 people

  4. Whitehouse Clown says:

    Starting to run out of space on that org chart graphic.
    As the heat gets closer to Obama, look out Hillary. The press will throw you under the bus before they let Obama get burned. This will be an Obama-Hillary death match. Gimme some mo popcorn.

    Liked by 19 people

  5. 4sure says:

    The MIC(Muslim In Chief) is up to his big ears in this treason plot. He is and has always been an American hating POS.

    Liked by 20 people

  6. yucki says:

    Such a lift for mid-afternoon Wednesday – “hump-day”!

    Liked by 3 people

  7. The Boss says:

    No doubt Jim Jordan and other White Hat GOP have been chomping at the bit to start talking about what they’re finding. Jordan wasted no time with Harris Faulkner, which suggests he has practiced his points for awhile.
    Contrast this behavior with scumbags like Adam Schiff, who leak classified information and lie with the greatest of ease.
    Yeah – the Big Ugly is rearing it’s head. BIGLY!

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  8. The Boss says:


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  9. Old Lady says:

    So the best way to fight corruption is with corruption? We’ve prayed hard and I believe God’s cleaning this mess up. He won’t use the democrat method.

    Liked by 14 people

    • The Republicans as well as all FBI agents should start acting like Patriots. Whistle-blowers are not traitors – they are conscientious employees and should be treated as such.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      I respect the integrity of your response.
      I will make this point; your enemy must be made to fear your capability to terminate them. This Congress and administration had best understand that the enemy best be prosecuted here, after a SC is appointed, or there may be an alternative end for the enemy agents. If you don’t follow, think Santino at the toll booth on the causeway.
      There had best be an all the way up the chain prosecution of the felonies, to prove the rule of law still prevails in the republic, or an alternative form of justice will have to be pursued, as the republic’s rule of law will be dead.
      The “justice for thee, but not for me” better be very publically terminated, or the powerful will find out that there are other ways of dealing with sedition against the republic.

      Liked by 2 people

  10. Ziiggii says:

    see even Jordan is pushing us to look closely at the timeline… Manny and Phoenix and I have been trying to go back through the timeline with all this info and fill out the holes. This is where crowd source journalism is at it’s best!

    Liked by 12 people

  11. Apollo says:

    It’s about time for some accountability.


  12. mikebrezzze says:

    I’d like to wake up one morning, and hear, “it’s a good day to hang a few of these treasonous bastards “

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Walt says:

    I thought you had the FBI delete their texts!!!

    Liked by 15 people

  14. Psycho Monkee says:

    Meanwhile, ❤️🇺🇸Sarah🇺🇸❤️ (again) puts up with the national inquirer msm lobbing gotchya, not-even-relevant “ questions”. The “management” fools at cnn,cBS, abc, mslsd, npr(defund ‘em) pBS(defund ‘em) nbc and some doozies @ fox are flat out living in la-la land.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. FofBW says:

    Sundance is right about one thing. There is so much info coming out now that even the reporters are getting confused.
    Thank God for folks like Sundance and Jim Jordan’s to keep it straight.

    Liked by 14 people

  16. Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

    It would sure be nice if the President could convince DOJ/FBI to release pretty much everything in the Dimm memo. Call their bluff.

    Drag it all out of the garage and spread it all over the front yard for everyone to see.

    Liked by 8 people

  17. BigTex says:

    Enough playing pattycake with this corrupt bunch that wish to erase our republic and it’s values along with any other parts of American history that they want to dispose of. We need to get back to days of old where we truly had national security because we tried traitors and seditionists and executed them as was appropriate.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. leon0112 says:

    Who will be the first to be indicted? McCabe? Comey? Strzok? L. Page? B. Ohr? N. Ohr?


  19. MIKE says:

    Re: J Jordan interview with the Lovely Mrs Faulkner- is instituting a second Special Council really the way to proceed? “SC” to me, has an air of cheesiness associated to it now, like it is the go-to move to confuse and obfuscate our historical dilemma. Is it really needed? Seems like there is enough proof to indict, try, and successfully convict. FTL(forget the libs). Lose those swamp methodologies. Prosecute under strict COTUS and Bill Of Rights statutes not forgetting that it is the ultimate legal document clearly written with us, we the people, as the undisputed beneficiaries. What’s up?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Wend says:

      Unless the SC is Joe DiGenova. Then I”M IN.

      Liked by 3 people

    • jbowen82 says:

      Remember the Menendez Problem. Prominent Democrats are unconvictable in blue jurisdictions. There is zero chance of empaneling a jury that does not include at least one die-hard Democrat who is happy to put party above country.

      Liked by 2 people

    • phoenixRising says:

      We come at this with what we have learned through Sundance’s articles and our own research, so that we have way more dots connected than the press and much more than the average American.

      Jim Jordan and others are trying to bring Americans up to speed. He can’t stand there and respond from his real perspective – a much bigger picture. He has to speak to what has been made public through Congress, a much smaller canvas of unconnected lines…

      I don’t presume to speak to POTUS’ plan… however, most of us do understand that politics is deeply woven into this.. POTUS must appear to be receiving the info as Americans are, Congress has to bring the revelations…which will probably lead up to IG’s report.

      Jeans2nd (I apologize if I got your handle wrong) reported this a.m. on a “nugget” of legislation embedded in the spending bill being fought over today… a real gem that will give IG additional powers, that will aid in keeping these continuing revelations coming ‘from Congress’ — (Jeans maybe you could repost your comments?)

      Liked by 4 people

    • phoenixRising says:

      She is stunning, isn’t she… and very fair-minded, asks good questions that allow Jordan to weigh in. Remember, ol folks like me? That’s how reporting USED to be done.

      Liked by 2 people

    • highdezertgator says:

      Turn the investigation over to the The Texas Rangers – Public Integrity Unit


    • Crystal says:

      Judge Jeanine said a Grand Jury should be impaneled.


  20. GB Bari says:

    Rep. Jordan talks rapidly but doesn’t stutter or mis-quote anything. He is obviously very much on top of the facts and the timeline. We are fortunate to have such a competent soldier on the right side.

    Liked by 9 people

  21. fanbeav says:

    I hope you are right. But how come there are no indictments for anyone but Trump people? Is this all a ruse to make it look like Mueller is investigating Trump? Really hard to digest lately!

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Harris has such class! I might watch Fox more if they put her on during the evening.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. delmarvajim says:

    I thought it was a very good interview. Ms. Faulkner didn’t constantly interrupt Jordan. Nor did she try and tell him what his talking points should be to fit an agenda

    Liked by 6 people

    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Harris “allowed” Jorden to even interrupt her so he could clarify the timeline. She listened carfully noting the importance as she wished she had the timelne for Outnumbered. The signs of an exceptional interviewer.

      Liked by 6 people

  24. jbowen82 says:

    It was July 27 that Trump joked about asking Russia for the e-mails. They went all in a tizzy about that, remember?

    Liked by 4 people

  25. Keebler AC says:

    July 5th 2015 clintin cleared
    July again, stryk who “cleared” clintin opens up witch hunt on incoming duly elected president August texts on insurance to plan to get rid of President Trump


    • Keebler AC says:


      July 5th 2015 CLINTON “CLEARED” when presented with definitive proof of wrongdoing.

      July again, STRZOK WHO CLEARED CLINTON opens up witch hunt on Clinton’s presidential opponent.

      In August, texts on insurance by Strzok and Page planning “insurance” to get rid of President Trump.

      Wow. Jim Jordon describing the lefty Trump derangement syndrome who say Walmart customers make the store smell (lol because I’m pretty sure Walmart is lefty heaven)

      Liked by 1 person

  26. South Col says:

    And still not the smell of even a single prosecution.
    With abundant evidence available right now, there is no reason to “wait” for Horowitz’s report.
    Jim could still be talking about this in 2 years.


  27. peachteachr says:

    Too bad the Democrats chose resist instead of throwing off the Clintons when this first came to light. Now, it shall lead to the Oval Office, and they never wanted that to happen.
    If only they’d said that the Clintons and the 7th floor at the FBI and DOJ were the bad guys. They could have killed two birds with one stone. Now, “The One” is being dragged into the filthiest part of the swamp.
    Oh, happy day.

    Liked by 3 people

  28. Phil aka Felipe says:

    “I’m With Her”. Ya’ll still want to make that claim?

    Liked by 5 people

    • Hillary is like my first ex-wife. She kept telling me she was leaving me, but she never would. So finally I got a gut full and told her I would leave which she seemed to be OK with.

      In about 30 minutes, I saw her packing bags in the bedroom and said, what are you doing?

      She said well if we are determined to do this, I might as well go with you to make sure it works out OK.

      Oh well.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

      Change we can believe in? Hope that takes place ASAP and that for O and Hill it becomes Charges we can believe in!!


  29. Publius2016 says:

    Remember these applications were for things done in the past…they identified President Trump as an Enemy of Deep State…Special Counsel is their only remaining weapon…END THE WITCHHUNT NOW!

    Liked by 1 person

  30. intercesser says:

    We have been in a second civil war with the left for many years now . I date the starting point with Roe vs. Wade in 1973 , a tyrannical act of judicial usurpation of government by the people . Always remember that the Democratic Party was the party of slavery , and secession , and the Ku Klux Klan , and Jim Crow . Now they are the party of unrestricted abortion on demand . They are the poisonous fruit of a poisonous tree with poisonous roots . But God , Who is rich in mercy …. is on the side of truth . We must make sure that we are not borrowing from the Devil’s playbook . We do not need lies and deception to be victorious . We only need the truth , and to boldly proclaim that which we know to be true . God is truth , and He is always on the side of truth and justice . The left in America , and Europe and around the world will do anything to protect their messiah , former Pres. Obama . This is why they are so viciously unrelenting in their scurrilous lies and slanders . They know that the truth will lead back to former Pres. Obama . And by-the by , good cops do not cover-up for dirty cops . That would cause the good cops to become dirty cops themselves . Good cops expose dirty cops . The white hats refuse to cover for the black hats . Those who seek to rationalize and justify giving cover to the black hats , have become black hats themselves . ( Powerline blog has some insightful commentary on this idea of a second civil war . )

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  31. Summer says:

    Talking about timelines… Stuff about Obama could be the reason the text messages from that period were “lost due to an unfortunate glitch in the system.”

    Liked by 3 people

  32. Pam says:

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  33. phoenixRising says:

    Sylvia, did someone steal your shovel?

    Liked by 3 people

  34. Firefly says:

    The ends don’t justify the means like the Dems did. The bad actors will get due process because we are USA and because we are a constitutional based republic. That’s the whole point of this big ugly fight- we are supposed to be a country of law. We are going to get our country back.

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  35. phoenixRising says:

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  36. phoenixRising says:

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  37. anthohmy says:

    “VICTOR PODOBNYY” Does that translate into (Trump / Victor) P(B)O D.O.B – N- YY (Year) specifically problematic because Hawaii wasn’t a state the YY Obama was born?

    Pure conjecture, of course.


  38. Hammersdad says:

    It may indeed be true that the conspiratorial corruption evident in the FBI (and don’t forget every other militarized agency – i.e., CIA, NSA, DNI, DOJ (other than FBI), DOS, CFPB, IRS, EPA, DOD, etc., etc., ad nauseum) was confined to arbitrarily defined ‘small groups’ on the ‘7th Floor’ or wherever. However, implementing any such conspiracies required the conscious cooperation of countless lesser functionaries.

    It is conceivable that some were unwitting and/or duped, deceived, bamboozled, or betrayed, However, I’ve got $5.00 American (for what that’s worth) that says dozens or hundreds of these lesser functionaries – particularly those involved in IT, document preparation, chain-of-custody management, administrative services, legal assistance, and customary review operations – were quite aware that something truly rotten was under way and kept silent. Some no doubt for fear of repercussions kept very very quiet; many more ‘did their jobs’ or ‘just followed orders’ in conscious support of the aims of the conspirators and their products.

    These, too, should face their just desserts. Not instead of the conspirators themselves, but in righteous addition to their superiors in these egregious attempted and committed crimes against our nation as an entity and its every citizen and invited guest.

    It may be necessary to ignore these ‘minor’ actors in the necessity of gaffing the big fish first. They should not, however, be left to swim away to practice their well-learned crafts elsewhere. In a just polity reverent of the Rule of Law, the gallows, Gitmo, and some ‘Sheriff Arpaio tent cities’ await. They should be filled – for the good of all now living and for the exemplary edfication of our posterity.

    The guilty must suffer for their sins against their fellow citizens through a righteous enforcement of the laws they violated. Otherwise, their own repentance, forgiveness by their victims, and reconciliation with the Lord of All will not be available to them.


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  39. Hotlanta Mike says:

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  40. Zippy says:

    Listen to ep. 648, 649, 650 here:

    He connects many more (stunning) dots in much more detail than I’ve found anywhere else, including here. Everything else I’ve read and watched is far too simplistic and misses far too much of great significance. The interviews on Fox don’t even come close.

    This, BTW, is why I think that the legal penalties suffered by the perps will not be even remotely close to what they should be. It’s not a sex scandal, so it’s far too complex for most people to bother to accurately follow. I’ve emailed Mr. Bingino to say that the creation of a flowchart with people, timelines, and supporting evidence is ESSENTIAL. When this is all done, it’s going to make a FANTASTIC book.

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  41. van winkle says:

    There needs to be a grand jury called into session. Its about time for some indictments to come out. However, i guess the case is still building. Heck you even have Trump meeting with Rosenstein, Page and Strozk are still employed…..surely they should be in cuffs by now. You have Sessions and Wray dancing around the issues. Seems like more things that happen the more things stay the same………..will we ever get to the bottom of all this collusion?
    Trump is either incredibly stupid and naive about how deep the swamp is or he is being very sly giving these people rope to hang themselves, not sure which. Its one big legal cluster F.


  42. bopperman says:

    Special Council – Larry Clayman !


  43. Rooster says:

    I’m with Van Winkle, nobody goes to jail unless they first get arrested. sessions and Wray have all the probable cause they need. As a retired law enforcement officer I can tell you they have P.C. 1. You make the arrest,based on probable cause , 2. Investigation continues while the probable cause is tested in court , that’s called a hearing. 3 the case goes to trail, or motions are heard. Wray and Bozo little twerp Sessions are dirty as the rest and that’s why nothing is going to happen. I wish I could see it differently.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sedanka says:

      I agree with you. Wray and Sessions have both behaved more like supporters of the swamp rather than supporters of Trump.

      People get shouted down here for expressing doubts about Jeff Sessions, but the only way he’s ever “proven” to be one of the good guys is by assuming that he’s been playing a game of deep strategy for a long time, and one day we’ll see him take off the mask and reveal how he’s been building cases against Hillary, Obama and the rest.

      Longterm strategies with deceptive moves are what Trump does, but I don’t believe there’s any history of Sessions having done this during his entire career.


    • CirclinTheDrain says:

      And you will find a judge and jury to convict ? Did you pay attention to the Menendez trial ?? Until we can try these cases in a court which is objective and impartial, no one will be convicted.


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