Senator Mark Warner and Entire Senate Intelligence Committee Compromised, Corrupt and Finally Exposed…

I’m not going to spend a great deal of time on this because the story is just affirmation and takes away from research and value-added discussion.

Tonight Fox News is reporting on the efforts of Senator Mark Warner to make secret and off-the-record contact with Christopher Steele in March of 2017.   Warner, a rabidly partisan Democrat, is the minority Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee.  The Majority Chairman is Richard Burr (R-NC) and also corrupt as hell.  Not surprisingly, Burr is covering for Warner.  –You can read the STORY HERE

Throughout the entire story-line behind the ongoing conspiracy to destabilize the presidency of Donald Trump we have pointed out that Mark Warner and Richard Burr were compromised.  The corruption within the Senate Intelligence Committee is specifically why House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes, House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, and Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, do not share information with the Senate Intelligence Committee.

The corrupt Senate Intel Committee, and all their corrupt staff members, are cut-off from contact with those who are fighting the corruption.  Everyone on the committee has been compromised by the Chairman and Vice-Chairman participating with, and being in ideological agreement with, the Uniparty conspiracy effort to take-down President Trump. Yes, that includes Marco Rubio, James Lankford and Tom Cotton. None of them can be trusted.  [If Lankford and/or Cotton quit the committee in the next 72 hours we can re-evaluate them, but only them.]

Never-Trust-Any-Of-These..

..EVER!

Six months after Warner was conspiring with Christopher Steele… (in September of 2017), the Office of Inspector General Michael Horowitz, questioned Senator Warner’s staff and requested the messaging information.

Warner discovered he was busted.

Mark Warner waited until he was caught, then told the committee about his contacts with a Russian actor and his attempts to contact the British spy.  He was messaging in March of 2017.  Richard Burr and Marco Rubio are providing cover by claiming Warner was honest with them in September, 2017.

Senator Rubio is saying the entire committee was informed in Sept. ’17 that the vice-chairman (Warner) was attempting to collaborate with a British spy (Steele) through a registered Russian agent in March 2017 (7 months prior).

Yet not a single member of the Senate Intelligence Committee (R or D) demanded Vice-Chairman Mark Warner make an immediate, full and public disclosure of the VERY SERIOUS conflict he engaged in?

Think about this carefully. The Vice-Chair of the committee not only compromised his leadership position, but he also compromised every member of that committee by conspiring, covertly, with a “Registered Russian Agent” within an investigation that was entirely about collaboration with Russian agents?

Whereas not a single member of that committee held enough integrity; enough of an understanding of ethical behavior; to call Mark Warner to task and demand full, immediate and public disclosure?

By their silence in the face of a stunning display of ethical malfeasance every member of the committee compromised their integrity, their representative duty, and their position on the committee. They became complicit. Period.

CTH caught on to the corruption immediately after the inauguration in January 2017 when Diane Feinstein quit the committee and was replaced by Mark Warner.  This is why we have been saying for over a year to ignore the Senate Intelligence Committee.

The scary thing is that Warner and Burr are members of the Gang-of-Eight intelligence oversight.  That is Alarming !!  That should scare the crap out of anyone who understands what national intelligence information these senate conspirators are briefed about.

I shall not spend any more time on them.  Seriously, I don’t even look in the direction of anything that they touch… it is all manipulation, misinformation and disinformation.  There is absolutely no value in anything from the Senate Intelligence Committee because it has been entirely corrupted.

100% corrupted.  Entirely useless.

That’s why Devin Nunes, Chuck Grassley, Bob Goodlatte and Michael Horowitz don’t share any information with Richard Burr… The good guys act like Burr doesn’t exist, and I follow that recommendation happily.

This is the team to follow:

When it comes to the issues that really matter; the issues of serious importance; ignore all voices that are not part of the above.  The good guys have a plan; the bad guys (including Warner and Burr) don’t know the plans of the good guys.

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749 Responses to Senator Mark Warner and Entire Senate Intelligence Committee Compromised, Corrupt and Finally Exposed…

  1. Cathy Molyneux says:

    Another Aaron Burr in our govt.

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  2. tunis says:

    Sessions seems like a complete empty suit. Haven’t heard a peep from him while all these grenades are exploding all around his DOJ. I don’t trust Wray or Rosenstein. Why are they stalling and blocking everything that Congressional investigators want access to?

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    • Brant says:

      Maybe Sessions is in the background directing this. His hands are nowhere on these revelations. There can’t be the Sessions bleating angle from the left. He’ll probably come in when the masses begin to understand.

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      • Oldschool says:

        Sessions is a mystery for me, but I do pay attention to the “conservatives” like chaffetz saying he should resign. Gives me pause. Of course I have heard Jim Jordan say it too. ???

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        • harrietht3 says:

          Sorry — but Chaffetz is just a fuller-faced, darker-haired twin of Trey Gowdy.
          That’s my opinion; therefore, I urge caution in following his disparagement of AG Sessions, whom I firmly believe ranks among the finest Senators to have ever served; I trust him implicitly as AG.

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        • Judy W says:

          Oldschool, I have confidence that Sessions will show his hand when the time comes. Already results of so much he is doing and delegating …. just count the resignations of people who have held power for way too long and the sex offenders who are now accountable and he doesn’t appear on TV for a victory round like Holder and Loretta Lynch because he is, I believe busy doing his job which has to be way tougher than he imagined.
          The video below is one that should make everyone understand Chaffetz for who he really is and why he is now on TV. It is not a promotion and knowing this puts him in a less than credible category, IMHO.

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          • maiingankwe says:

            Judy,
            I despise Chaffetz and look forward to him burning in hell for all he has done, or should I say, deliberately not done with his bs committee looking into Extortion 17. Every time I see his name or see him on tv, I immediately think of Extortion 17.

            Ive always wondered how much he was paid off to look the other way and cover up the murder of our Soldiers. It wasn’t just members of SEAL Team 6. There were a lot of Special Forces as well among other Warriors.

            Everything on this clip I’ve heard before except I had heard it was four Afghan soldiers that had been switched, not seven before take off.

            I don’t know how anyone can sleep at night unless they have evil in their heart, especially knowing they are responsible for hiding the murder of our Men. I’m sure he could care less about the families. He may have even enjoyed bwong able to blatantly ignoring the parents of Strange and Hamburger because of his title. And whoever heard of the DOJ cremating our Soldiers without family permission? I could see how one could be a mistake, but not all that were. Too many. And a flood washed away the black box in the middle of Afghanistan in the dry season? Yeah, okay, and I’m looking to buy a bridge.

            I’m so sorry for rambling, I’m just so furious, and it never seems to tamper down or lesson when I’m reminded of Extortion 17.

            So every time I see that spineless chafetz attempt to undercut and disparage our AG Sessions, I cant wonder what the hell he is afraid of. I pray, I seriously pray it’s our AG taking them all down for what they did to our Soldiers on that old, rickety CH-47.

            I will also be forever grateful for the recently retired and highly decorated Air Force Captain, Jodi Marquez. She came forward after retirement and claimed she could not live with herself by continuing to be silent. God Bless her. She was in the AC-130, eye in the sky plane overhead the CH-47. She witnessed it all and her and her copilot were denied multiple times in shooting the enemy, the very ones who ended up shooting down the CH-47 with an rpg or man pad. We lost 38 men on August 6, 2011. Five were crew members of the CH-47, the rest Special Forces and SEAL Team 6. I believe there were also two Apaches (helicopters) who were also denied to shoot the rat bastard terrorists. They were there to escort and protect the CH-47, so what the heck? Oh, that’s right, Obama’s new ROE’s would not allow them to shoot and protect their men, our Soldiers our Warriors. Heartbreaking, heart wrenching, frustrating and cold hot anger.

            Well, looks like I went off again, but thought I should throw some of the facts of what happened in there. I’m sure anyone can look up Extortion 17 and learn a heck of a lot more than my memory. There is a book out written by Mr. Vaughn, his son was a Navy SEAL who had died that day on the Chinook.

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        • Deusvult says:

          Chaffetz was first to run and call crying into cnn when Trump said pussy… 20 years ago…

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          Chaffetz is/was a never Trumper early on. Sessions is/was a full P45 supporter early on.
          Sessions will come in like gangbusters when the time is right.

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        • Remington..... says:

          Bad move, oldschool….ol’ Jason is not to be trusted. His only logarithmic to TEAM Utah. He’s a pretender.

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      • Baseball Coach says:

        Look at this from a baseball perspective. You have had good offense from your lead off man, and your 2 – 3 – 4 hitters. You are ahead in the game about midway through.

        Think of Sessions as the closer.

        While everyone for our side is involved in the game, the closer is planning his strategy to close the game out. He has studied each opposing batter and knows what it will take to finish off these losers. Would you rather put the closer in during the middle innings and waste his abilities, or save him until the 8th and 9th inning to shut them down?

        Save him and put him in when he can do his job to save the game … (get the convictions).

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        • Judy W says:

          Baseball Coach, great analogy!

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        • Mike van says:

          Sessions is not the closer. Hes the tool of the deep state. The fisc allowed spying on all people involved in the campain. What do they have on him? The title 1 allows data from b4 the date of the warrent. He’s already compromised!

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          • Rynn69 says:

            I am not convinced yet on this, Mike Van. I do believe Sessions was unwittingly hoodwinked into recusal…but I am not sure that he is deep state, complicit, or being blackmailed. There is only one big reason I am not entirely sure yet at this point and this may change your skepticism to maybe 50/50? The one reason is the conservative faithful. This would be your Hannity, Ingraham, Rush, Levin group. They all know what is at stake here and how prosecutions must come from DoJ…but you never hear any say anything about Sessions. Nothing. Why? Maybe more than meets the eye?

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            • Mike van says:

              When they got u,they got u. Just like chief justes roberts. Obsma care. Obargifield. Any one can be comprimised. We all fall short.

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            • Betty says:

              Rynn69, I also “believe Sessions was unwittingly hoodwinked into recusal …” We know that the deep state laid their “insurance” plans long before anyone (that is us) realized or could bring themselves to fully believe the true depth of the corruption we are all facing (that is perhaps, Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump et al.).

              I was going to refer to the deep state mentioned above as “The Coalition of All Democratic Forces” but that sounds too much like bait for idiots. Kind of like the Fund to Buy a Magical Pony club, or perhaps Dumbledore’s army. A lot of people got took in, I think.

              One good thing perhaps those who people the shadow realm are beginning to lose cover.

              One thing I feel vindicated over is my intuition. The moment I laid eyes on Mark Warner I formed a strong dislike for him, same with David Corn. And to a much, much lesser extent, but there never the less – Mike Pence.

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          • ZurichMike says:

            Do you have proof of this?

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    • skipper1961 says:

      tunis,
      I am confident that Mr. Trump knows EXACTLY what he is doing. I think either Mr. Sessions is working very economically behind the scenes, or President Trump is paying out more rope (for ALL of the bloodbags). God, I hope it is the former.

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    • Dick says:

      the reason the stalling and blocking everything is because these idiots are already indicted
      Season’s doesn’t want to tip this hand he’s playing dumb on purpose because these same idiots keep using their email and phones and text. Every time Seasons blocks something these idiots talk about it to the other deep staters.

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    • CaptainNonno says:

      As it should be for a top prosecutor

      Liked by 4 people

    • Toronto Tonto says:

      He recuses himself when it comes to defending the president, but he’s not so reticent when covering up corruption in the DOJ!

      “AG Jeff Sessions in testimony last week and Dep AG Rod Rosenstein in a letter to the Senate last month tried to suggest there was NO!!!connection between Uranium One and the nuclear bribery case. Their argument was that the criminal charges weren’t filed until 2014, while (CFIUS) approval of the U1 sale occurred in October 2010.”

      I’ve read rumors that Sessions is somehow connected to the CFIUS board. I’d love to have that confirmed one way or the other.

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    • B Woodward says:

      AG Sessions is busy writing out checks to his blackmailers – Obama and Clinton. Rep. Maxine Waters said, ‘Obama has put In place a secret database with everything on everyone.’

      Sessions said he recused himself from everything concerning the 2016 election. Then when the 2009 Uranium One corruption came up again, Sessions said that his recusal extended all the way back to that. Sessions appointed Asst AG Rod Rosenstein (yeah, same guy who illegally appointed special counsel Mueller) to investigate the corruption. When Senator Grassley noted that Rosenstein was involved in the original Uranium One cover up, Sessions says that Rosenstein can investigate himself. Rosenstein will also be investigating Mueller, Comey, McCabe, Weissmann, and Holder, all of whom covered up the bribery, extortion, money laundering, racketeering, etc exposed by the FBI’s inside informer in in the Uranium One deal. How do you think Rosenstein’s investigation will turn out? Don’t hold your breath for Rosenstein indicting himself.

      Rosenstein’s latest, according to Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett, is that Rosenstein threatened Nunes and the House Intel Committee if they do not stop their investigation. Jarrett said if true, that is obstruction of justice and abuse of power. That Rosenstein still has his job is another indication that Sessions has gone over to the dark side.
      http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/breaking-second-source-comes-forward-claims-rosenstein-threatened-nunes-house-intel-didnt-stop-investigation/

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      • skifflegirl says:

        Everything you just said weighs heavily on my mind, too. I can’t think of any good answers to those questions about Sessions. If it’s 4D chess, I guess I’ll have to wait for it all to play out. In the meantime, I stil have my reservations about our MIA Attorney General.

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        • zorrorides says:

          Rynn69, I’m also unconvinced about Sessions. But he was the first senator to step into the light and say, ‘I want Trump for President’. So I’m hoping Sessions is in his incognito stage of being world’s greatest Attorney General.

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        • MSO says:

          Sessions was a Senator, how smart can he be? His support for civil asset forfeiture and his return to the war on drugs show his proclivities toward big-government interference in lives.

          Sessions did not tell Trump to recuse himself so Trump could pick another AG. Rather Sessions surprised Trump after he gained the appointment. Latstly, Sessions’ praise of Rosenstein and Brand the day the Nunes memo was released was sickening to say the least.

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          • jmclever says:

            Worrying about Sessions’ recusal is like worrying that you won’t get paid because the CEO is not working directly on payroll. There are so many assistant attorneys general, associate attorneys general, deputy attorneys general, deputy assistant, principal deputy assistant, etc that lots of MAGA is getting done behind the scenes.
            OR
            Think of AG Sessions as three conductor of an orchestra. Has anyone ever worried that the conductor was not down in the pit playing an instrument? No. In fact, it is understood that the conductor is best when he stays out of the pit and makes things happen in synch and in tune. I think that Holder and Lynch were so out front in their corrupt meddling that we have come to expect the AG to be highly visible rather than quietly conducting the beautiful music of true “Truth, justice, and the American Way.”

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      • harrietht3 says:

        FWIW, GP is rabidly anti-Sessions; and I’ve commented there about it, how outrageous they are, blowing everything up out of all proportion. It’s one “BOOM” after another: gotcha ad infinitum. They have NO idea what’s really going on; yet they write as if they’re perpetual flies on the walls of his inner office.
        Very lopsided view on our AG. Something he’s doing right must be getting under their skins, over there. I’ll keep my ideas to myself, on that score.

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      • seekingthetruth2 says:

        You are full of shat!

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      • Betty says:

        B, I understand your doubts, but there is one thing I think I know for sure – Jeff Sessions would never give in to blackmail. He would denounce it publicly and resign, just as Justice Roberts SHOULD have done.

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        • singingsoul says:

          Betty says:
          “B, I understand your doubts, but there is one thing I think I know for sure – Jeff Sessions would never give in to blackmail. He would denounce it publicly and resign, just as Justice Roberts SHOULD have done.”
          ____________________________________________
          I heard on one show it might have been Dr Gorsie that Session is afraid they go after him because he did not remember correctly one of his meetings with Russia.
          To me that seems the most plausible explanation what is going on. Not everyone is tuff like they make them in Queens NY . I should know my husband is from there.

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          • jmclever says:

            Let me just say as a lifelong southerner that there are plenty of tough guys that don’t carry the Queens NY brand LOL. The southern gentleman is always gracious, always polite and will speak kindly to you and about you while in the background, his mind processes your intents and purposes. Once the determination of threat or dastardliness has been made, the southern gentleman will continue to treat the villain with respect and decorum while doing everything in his power to protect those he loves without violating the law or his own morals and ethics. He is by no means a pushover. This is my dad in action. It is also Jeff Sessions. Watch and see.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Troll alert: When corruption of the uniparty traitors is exposed, quickly post something about Sessions or Wray or Rosenstein. Use sweeping rhetorical generalizations: “What are they stalling . . .?” Provide no facts or analysis.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Sessions was likely surveilled during the transition. He is recused for good reasons (not that he did anything wrong, but is an injured party.) Plus someone needs to keep the actual department running on actual work (not just anti/pro Trump squabble).

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      • Kintbury54 says:

        Just think., if the FBI and DOJ were not spending most of their time helping one politician and hurting another and actually doing their jobs, there would be a lot less crime and we would need a lot smaller agency.

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    • Charlie says:

      Enlighten us, who do you trust/think is working on behalf of POTUS?
      Trying to be patient, “stalling and blocking” BECAUSE THEY ARE CORRUPT!

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    • jmclever says:

      If you look on the DoJ .gov website, you can see where the DoJ has been very busy. Most noticeably, a Dutch bank busted for laundering money from Mexican drug cartels. Fined 350 Billion. Just because it’s not in the news doesnt mean nothing’s happening. Rabobank operating in CA, IIRC

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  3. skipper1961 says:

    Thank you, SD, for refreshing the term UNIPARTY! That word takes on more and more meaning by the day. I can’t believe I voted for narco screwbio.

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  4. Brant says:

    I can’t imagine future revelations being any less of import then this. Only up from here. Imagine, this is on the low part of the ladder…..

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  5. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Rubio is a puke of the 1st degree

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  6. Neil Horn says:

    I find it hard to believe that Sens. Lankford or Cotton are part of any conspiracy against the people of the US. If they are then they must be greater actors than any Hollywood Oscar recipient.

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  7. JoD says:

    As stated previously….
    Washington DC is awash with Russian money and influence.
    Trump is probably the only person in town who HASN’T colluded with the Russians.

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    • Oldschool says:

      You’re probably right JoD

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    • Rynn69 says:

      OMG – Yes! Exactly! Right on! Well said!

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      Remember the Russian 1996 Yeltsin election. Moscow was awash with U.S money and influence.
      Pull on this thread of election meddling:
      Clinton ->Podesta ->Rich->Chubias (Putin) ->Yeltsin (Putin) = election bought and paid for
      And the 1996 STB (Stellar Black Hole)
      Clinton ->Podesta ->Holder -> Rich -> Comey = one pardon.
      Clinton library donation = Hiding a rock among stones.
      Still waiting for Peter Schweizer to paint that purple.

      And as Gomer use to say, “Surprise, Surprise!”
      2018 and except for Yeltsin and Rich (cause they died) it is the same cast of characters.

      The 2018 SBH?
      35 expelled Russian intelligence officers and two closed diplomatic facilities. And the mountain of FISA app renewals from the CI aftermath of that sh*t show that the Carter Page app got slipped on the bottom of and put in front of the judge at 4:00 pm on a Friday.

      “The secret bombings in Cambodia were no secret to the Cambodians.”
      Nguyen van Phred..

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      Al-Waleed’s money. Soros’ money. Most of them are on the take .

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    • Dekester says:

      JoD, You are spot on. Not just in the U.S.

      Russia corruption is rampant in the U.K. and Germany too.

      Do we remember the Russian dissident that was poisoned with the radioactive substancein the London Sushi bar back in the the early 2000’s or so? That is the kind of power the Russians have. Western politicians are child’s play for these Russian politicians. Rubio Flake, Pocahontas, Sanders and versus Putin and his crew.

      Seriously folks. That is just plain laughable. ( if it were not so tragic.)

      Russian billionaires are huge players in London England, Roman Abramovitch owns among other things, London based, Chelsea football ( soccer) club last years English Premier league winners. Russian mobsters run many elaborate crime schemes out of Germany.

      Interesting that both the U.K.and German politicial leaders are both childless, left of centre women. That pose as Conservatives.

      God bless PDJT.

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  8. Craig D says:

    It is a wonder that with all the corruption in the Government (House, especially the Senate, Judicial Branch, DOJ, FBI and main stream media) that the country can function. Most likely the government is not functioning, however most of the other countries in the world have the same problem with their governments – this then makes the USA look like we are holding our own.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      I believe the problem started with George H.W. Bush – the big government, globalist, neocon who promised us “no new taxes” and stabbed America in the back. Reagan was a true patriot, conservative who elected H.W. as running mate to show collegiality to the GOP establishment types. Their ideologies were not synonymous. We started to travel further down the rabbit hole with Bill Clinton. Although the economy was good and welfare reform a notable accomplishment making him a better President than George W. Bush, Clinton fired all attorneys at the government agencies (DoJ-FBI) and stocked the agencies with partisans. He also brought in-your-face dirty scandals and pay-to-play corruption to the office. We are sinking further down the hole. Then enter George W. Bush, who, like his father was anything but conservative or traditional Republican. He was a big government, globalist, neocon like his father. Sure, he brought the country together on 9/11….but it ends there. In my opinion, before Obama, W. is the most responsible for where we are as a country. He was weak and never fought back. By his weakness, he created a monstrous Democrat party that had no true opposition. He was terrible. Enter Obama. The man never ran a company, never served in the military, and was not a politician for very long. He was by nature a divider, not a unifier. He created more divisions amongst Americans than any President before him. Add to that his Chicago-based corruption, a government already vulnerable to corruption, and absolutely ZERO push back from the Republicans or media and you have the mess we are in now. It must be rooted out. It must be cleaned out. Wrongdoers must be brought to justice. Truth and justice are the order of the day.

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      • kroesus says:

        no real argument to your analysis but you can attribute W’s “weakness” to a feckless Karl Rove…….yes THAT Karl Rove who actually called it a “strategy” to leave innuendos and rumors cast at W unanswered….they call Rove the “architect” but his structures stand on shifting sands

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  9. wolfmoon1776 says:

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  10. Ziiggii says:

    Burr – 🤦🏻‍♂️ yeah that’s my Senator…. I made a comment earlier today about that fact that Burr has been so uncharacteristically quiet for the last few months; heck many GOPe UniParty critters have been. Almost like they are scared of something 🤔

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  11. stats guy says:

    ‘it is all manipulation, misinformation and disinformation’

    The Left (and their nevertrump coalition) has been wildly successful at disinformation. I’ve seen it defined as dismiss, distort, distract and dismay.

    Exactly. The ruling class and their apparatus have been disciplined and thorough going over the last X decades. And you can see it up close in the media coverage of the Russia-gate. The goal: create so much dismay among those who voted for Trump that neutering him will be easy peasy.

    I don’t believe he’ll be impeached…however they want a lame duck until 2020 so that they can install their vision of a New America

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    • todayistheday99 says:

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      • skifflegirl says:

        VDH was on with Tucker Carlson today talking about illegal immigrants and the leftist’s need for them. He made excellent points about how President Trump enforcing the border over just the last year has already effectively delivered higher wages for lower income Americans. First time I’ve heard him interviewed. Very informative.

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  12. RedBallExpress says:

    Wasn’t Rubio’s campaign manager the daughter of some big wig at Fox? Do they do foam parties?

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  13. David R. Graham says:

    Who owns the UniParty? Leftists, obviously, but which ones and how much? Maybe put it this way: who MOST owns the UniParty? Obviously USCoC would answer the description. But lying down with USCoC is not going to get politicians unelected. Nor would lying down with Tech Moguls. Lying down with Moslem Brotherhood would get politicians unelected, however, and bureaucratic officials sacked. So I’d say Moslem Brotherhood MOST owns the UniParty and its bureaucratic official counterpart.

    Ultimately, Congress does not like being stonewalled by bureaucratic officials over whom they have constitutional oversight.

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  14. Paul Killinger says:

    Not to mention Burr wouldn’t even have won re-election in NC in ’16 if it weren’t for Trump voters. Then it took him about 30 minutes to forget who brung him.

    But, unfortunately, as we’ve seen demonstrated once again this week, so long as McConnell’s still around (until ’20), the Senate’s hopeless anyway.

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  15. Little Marco: “Sen.Warner fully disclosed this to the committee four months ago.Has had zero impact on our work.”

    What “work”? That committee hasn’t done a damn thing except indulge Burr’s presidential fantasies. Useless and clueless–at best.

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  16. lida rose says:

    Who is the middle picture, bottom row?
    Thank you in advance.

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  17. NJF says:

    LOL per FOX, Rubio aka Cabana Boy is defending Warner.

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  18. maiingankwe says:

    Please don’t think I’m bloody daft, but I wouldn’t mind knowing some of the names to go with the faces, especially the black hats. There are a few I do not know. I may know the names from reading Sundance’s articles, but not the faces, which I am more than aware that isn’t good. I’m also hoping I am not the only one.

    If someone could please label them from left to right, I’d greatly appreciate it. And please keep in mind, if I don’t ask, I won’t learn, and that is why I am here, to learn and contribute when I can.
    Thank you,
    Ma’iingankwe

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    • lida rose says:

      I asked a similar question above. The nine part white hats, to my best are
      Top row– Nunes, Goodlatte, Grassley
      Middle row– Jim Jordan, Wray, Horowritz
      Bottom row– Rodgers, Coates, Sessions

      I assume the two black hats in the top picture are Warner and Burr, tho I don’t know which is which.

      Hope that helps, I also have trouble putting faces to names I know.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Top row, LtoR: Devin Nunes, Bob Goodlatte, Senator Grassley
      Middle: Jim Jordan, Christopher Wray (FBI Dir), Michael Horowitz (IG)
      Bottom: Adm. Rogers (NSA), Dan Coates (DNI), Jeff Sessions (AG)

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    • scott467 says:

      Yes, it would be very helpful to have their names under their images, the same way the graphic with Comey / Clinton / Strzok / Page / McCabe / Lynch / Baker / Carlin, et al is done. Putting the name with the face like that, and reinforcing it over and over, brings familiarity with these skunk-monkeys.

      From right to left, I know these ‘people’ (I use the term ‘people’ loosely):

      1) Rob Porter (Senator, ‘Republi-Con’, Ohio)

      2) unknown (to me) snake

      3) Mitch McConnell (Senator, ‘Republi-Con’, Kentucky)

      4) Orin Hatch (Senator, ‘Republi-Con’, Utah)

      5) Bob Corker (Senator, ‘Republi-Con’, Tennessee)

      6) unknown (to me) snake

      7) unknown (to me) snake

      I certainly know the unknown snakes by name, but not by their ugly mugs.

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    • skipper1961 says:

      Miss M,
      You are wiser than you give yourself credit for.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        I’ve missed you Skipper! Hope all is well with you and your better half, please give her my best.

        Believe it or not, but I had actually been wondering about you an hour or so ago. I was hoping you were able to fix all of the damage from the hurricane. I hope you weren’t hit too hard and the weather didn’t scare your pup(s) too much. Please let me know how you’re all doing even if it’s on an older thread. I’ve been worried sick.
        All is well here! Stay smiling! Miss ya buddy, and so glad to see you back, 😎
        Ma’iingankwe

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    • harrietht3 says:

      Sen Ron Portman, Sen Burr, McConnell, Orrin Hatch, Sen Corker, ?, Blount, the latter of whom was all buddy-buddy with our newly inaugurated President from his close proximity of heading up the inaugural festivities.
      The question mark guy looks like John Roberts. I’m not at all sure of who he is.

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  19. Donna in Oregon says:

    Has anyone made an ethics referral? They sure did a fast one on Devin Nunes.

    This sure does sound like Russian collusion.

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  20. jeans2nd says:

    Your advice is wise indeed re: Corrupt Senate Intel Cmte, and one is well advised to heed such advice.

    However. The Senators on the Corrupt Senate Intelligence Committe should also be advised, should they decide to remain a Committee member.

    We are still watching. And listening.

    Fmr Army officer Sen Cotton knows full well who still listens, and to what.

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  21. sundance says:

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  22. scott467 says:

    “Mark Warner then told the committee about his contacts. Richard Burr and Marco Rubio are providing cover by claiming Warner was honest with them in September.”

    __________________

    So Warner was honest with them AFTER he was caught, and they kept silent about it, making them complicit in Warner’s corruption.

    What those idiots (and they are idiots) don’t understand is that by defending Warner, Burr and Rubio are NOT providing Warner ‘cover’.

    What they are doing is exposing themselves as corrupt.

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  23. phoenixRising says:

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    • phoenixRising says:

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      • phoenixRising says:

        I believe the Dems are going to find that twitter is a wonderful tool for the Republicans to give them ‘tit’ for ‘tat’ – they will also find that their numbers are very few compared to ours when it comes to twitter wars…

        More importantly, they’re going to discover POTUS has an army of citizen reporters and we no longer need the deep state MSM…

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      • trialbytruth says:

        gee why didnt people get all up in arms about several year old divorce battles…hmmmm I guess I could ask my Ex…hmmmm never mind I dont know nuttin

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        a few questions:
        Who is Porter?
        Had you ever heard of Porter before this week?
        Why do you think his ‘scandal’ has suddenly swarmed the airwaves this week?
        Could there be a more transparent diversionary tactic than this?
        Do you remember what happened the day after the Comey press conference in July 2016 re HRC email server?
        Do you remember how the MSM pivoted from coverage of HRC Comey scandal to a shooting of a black man?
        Do you remember what happened the next day?
        Do you think the MSM bears guilt for inflaming their viewers and provoking a crazed black man to seek ‘revenge’ by murdering Dallas policemen the next night?
        Do you think the MSM has a responsibility to the country to accurately portray the events and people of this country and of the world?

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        • The Boss says:

          This Porter guy is here today and gone tomorrow. Warner won’t resign, so he’ll be a valid target from today forward. How about a nice bumper sticker to start things off:

          WARNER. NYET!!!

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        Hicks DID recuse herself—-according to John Roberts report on Fox tonight.

        The better question to ask would be this. Portman had a security clearance that was “in process”— FBI had not rendered a decision yet. Question is did FBI share their concerns with Kelly, P45 or his lawyer ? If not, why not?

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  24. carl says:

    I’ve known for some time that Breitbart just isn’t what it used to be, but I’m disappointed they don’t have any coverage of this info. Talk about not having your finger on the pulse! Their headline articles are about gov shutdown and some piece around the latest shenanigans of Curly Sue, aka Rand Paul, who, by the way, I haven’t heard anything from regarding the revelations of FISA abuse. I thought that was one of his signature issues!

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  25. Brant says:

    Hmmmm. I wonder what that proposed military parade thru the middle of DC (right near the capitol building) might be “really” about. No, I don’t think he would do it, but a fella can dream.

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  26. Troublemaker10 says:

    Warner had secret contact from March thru October without telling anyone on the Committee?

    That’s bad enough. However, wanting to meet by himself without anyone else sounds conspiratorial to me. Unethical at the least, corrupt at the most. Would Burr or Rubio have been ok with that too?

    How did Fox News get this info? Was it leaked by someone on the Senate Intel Committee? Is someone trying to shine light?

    I don’t necessarily think others resigning is the answer. We could lose having a white hat on the committee who is at least aware of what is going on. I would rather they come out and request Mark Warner resign.

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  27. RJ says:

    Just wish these crooks could be rounded up and made to do manual labor for about five years. Put some manners on them – digging ditches with a pick and shovel and picking up litter. Nice productive work out in the fresh air. Might help them finally become productive members of society.

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  28. Was Warner one of the Dem senators who beat up Sessions for the happenstance 10-second exchange of greetings with the Russian ambassador after Sessions stepped down from the stage at the GOP convention?

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  29. TundraYeti says:

    Maybe I’ve missed something along the way but hasn’t Loretta Lynch been awfully quiet in comparison to the others trying to defend the shenanigans?

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  30. billrla says:

    Should we be surprised?

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  31. Tejas Rob says:

    Who the hell do we turn to when the entire damn system is corrupt? President Trump can’t do this by himself.

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  32. TMonroe says:

    First experience with Warner was when he was Virginia governor and there was an effort to bring baseball to the commonwealth. Virginia got the nod, but when the Washington Post (which wanted the team and all of the free tix on the D.C. side) ran some articles seemingly designed to put heat on Warner, he folded like a cheap umbrella and backed out of support for the Virginia bid. Good to have a steel plate on your back when he’s around and politics are involved.

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  33. scott467 says:

    “I’m not going to spend a great deal of time on this because the story is just affirmation and takes away from research and value-added discussion.”

    _________________

    There is great positive value to morale when black hats are caught red-handed and exposed. Especially those, like Warner, who take such pleasure in playing the grinning jackal on ‘news’ shows, lying through his teeth, week in and week out.

    If it is possible to use this revelation to take Warner out, it should be done without hesitation.

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  34. kinthenorthwest says:

    curious if true…would believe it with the information I seen in the last month.

    FBI Informant Testifies, Loretta Lynch Imposed Gag Order To Cover Moscow-Clinton Scheme
    https://conservativedailypost.com/fbi-informant-testifies-loretta-lynch-imposed-gag-order-to-cover-moscow-clinton-scheme/

    ttps://twitter.com/kinthenorthwest/status/961824163420815360

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  35. Pam says:

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  36. iwasthere says:

    Warner is running for President. President of the swamp. No question. But he needs the nod from the HRC machine.

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  37. andi lee says:

    The Rubio tweet in Sundance’ write up, linking a Fox News article, has ‘confidential’ text messages between Warner and Burr communicating Steele’s request of a bi-partisan letter from Senate Intel Cmte. but one of them is intertwining a, ‘Wikileaks’ / CIA leak, acknowledging more leaks are coming … *one* of the two wants to “ameliorate” Assange back to USA. (What? Ameliorate? To *free* Assange or remand Assange, in US custody?)

    I have to read the article again.

    I apparently, missed a connection, somewhere.

    What does Assange have to do with Steele’s request (a letter), and why is this letter so important to Steele before, some kind of action, can take place?

    Anyone catch that?

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      read the texts: Assange, the oligarch and Steele—three characters Warner was negotiating to bring to Committee to testify.
      In exchange for____?
      Would they be brought in if they told things that would help Trump, or only hamper?
      Is that why Warner wanted to speak in person and in secret first?

      Why did Waldman list Obama as one of the four people or things Trump would catastrophically destroy if he is allowed to continue as President?
      What does that say about the other three people or things?

      What is Waldman and Warner really worried about Trump’s Presidency?

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    • andi lee says:

      Holy crap!
      Waldman & Warner *need* Julian Assange in U.S. custody, silenced, to pull off the *appearance* of a bi-partisan investigation, thus the letter; a *formal invitation* to come before the Cmte to answer (*pre-arranged*) questions.

      Steele, Waldman and Warner, all admit, and acknowledge SECRECY A MUST to pull off, even from BURR. BURR is not aware of two seperate occasions, contact was made between Waldman, on behalf of Steele, to Warner.

      Was the trip to London an attempt to extradite / kidnap Assange?! (FBI called Waldman; there is a relationship right there. Who was the FBI Agent?)

      Senate Intel Cmte seriously downplaying this incident. This is seriously a big deal.

      Got to try see the Wikileaks.org/CIAxxxxxx link in Waldman’s tweet!

      (BTW, Rubio t.f. scrubbed the Fox link in tweet; replaced link, minus the text embed.)

      And Cornyn? He’s steering clear of this fiasco, tweeted out two links, pointing the finger at Steele only.

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      • andi lee says:

        https://wikileaks.org/ciav7p1/

        I erred. Walden’s “buddy” is DOJ, not FBI.
        Walden concerned: “buddy” has gone dark, 72 hours & counting … not responding … no contact.

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        dont think they could kidnap assange,,,this looks like an offer to him to come testfy in exchange for, assumedly, legal status in the USA and a pardon or something.
        Which implies that he would come in to testify information harmful to Trump.

        Yet, hasnt Assange tweeted in favor of Trump? Didn’t he ridicule Warner in a tweet tonight? And hasn’t he consistently claimed that the wikileaks revealed DNC docs did not come from Russia (nor any state actor if my memory is correct)

        What gives, Julian? I assume you’re reading this site. Spill.

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  38. What was it Rubio said? Something along the lines of serving only 6 months, because someone had to keep an eye on Trump?

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  39. Thurstan says:

    Once you head down the rabbit hole as Trump has been forced to do, the more corruption is turned up on parallel bad acts. As Trump said, it is not a Swamp, it’s a Sewer. The hidden crap is floating to the surface as it is tangled up with everything else. We will learn more than just antiTrump acts, we will learn the facts about what actions they were afraid he would expose.

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  40. Just watch Burr, he’s in the tank for the never Trumpers. The way he defers to Warren as if Warren is the leader. Both corrupt as hell. Burr ain’t no Republican.

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  41. SPMI says:

    2-8-18 on Hannity last nite they garbled part of Chavez’s speech for 3-5 seconds ending with
    …Gowdy. I would love to fill in that blank.

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  42. zimbalistjunior says:

    Sorry if this is a repeat comment, and apologies for the length.

    Please note the opening texts by Waldman.
    “This guy is going to do something catastrophic for the dems, Obama, the CIA, and national security.”
    Meaning, we must stop Trump before he destroys the following 4 groups or people.
    A curious list. Seemingly random. Chosen to represent America as a whole perhaps.

    Except look closer. One of the 4, Obama does not belong. Arguably, an ‘evil’ Trump could destroy the dems, CIA and national security. He could enact measures to ruin the dems and CIA as they try to perform their public acts. Similarly, he could destroy national security, a current and present feature of the country.
    But Obama is retired. He is in private life. How could an evil Trump destroy Obama through some measures or acts, short of committing violence against him–which probably would not wash with the country.

    However, what if the subtext of the text is this: Trump is going to be a catastrophe to the swamp. He has promised to drain the swamp. The Dems, the Cia, the national security establishment.
    And Obama. Trump could find out what Obama did and that would be a catastrophe.

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    • andi lee says:

      Zimbalistjunior, i read the text in content. “This guy” is Julian Assange, not Trump.

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        You may be right. But then, what would the deal for Assange be? Come to USA and testify—and promise to stop releasing stuff that can destroy CIA Dems Natl Security and Obama? Why would Assange agree to that? Has he tired of being the gadfly, the renegade publisher of the truth? Isn’t that his whole raison d’etre?

        He would be vilified for being a sellout if he so agreed.

        Julian, what say you?

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        • d2i says:

          Assange. Hhhmmm… a couple of thoughts to keep in mind as all of this insanity moves forward –

          1. Rep Dana Rohrbacher’s personal visit with Assange where Assange provided Rohrbacher a deal of some kind – Rohrbacher got the info about the deal to the President, wasn’t easy. He also testified in H Intel comm about said visit – http://www.latimes.com/politics/essential/la-pol-ca-essential-politics-updates-rohrabacher-to-testify-before-1512421761-htmlstory.html

          2. A hearing regarding the warrant issued by the UK for Assange’s arrest following the Rove operation in Sweden was heard this week. A ruling will be handed down on Tuesday of next week. Since Sweden dropped all charges awhile ago, the UK warrant should, in a just world, be nullified.

          Once Assange has remedied the UK issue, if he’s successful, the only other barrier to his freedom is the United States. Whatever Rohrbacher learned in that meeting may be a trade off for his freedom…may.

          Fascinating…

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    • andi lee says:

      https://wikileaks.org/ciav7p1/

      CIA has lost control of their “tools”. Assange has them, “vault7”.

      CIA CYA IS BLOWN!

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  43. SPMI says:

    Something happened on Hannity last night.
    Chap lips Chavetz was speaking and they cut off 3-5 seconds then …Gowdy. Weird!

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  44. jmclever says:

    What would lead OIG Horowitz to question Warner’s staff? Could it be that Sen Warren’s name is in some of the lovebirds’ texts? Is the “honorable” Mr. Warren mentioned on a 302? Was he caught up in the leak finding investigation?

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  45. Pat Childs says:

    Burr is a Democrat. The rumor is he is compromised by the FBI/DOJ and has been promised he can serve his term and then must leave so a Democrat can be elected.

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  46. albrevin says:

    well, there goes the Dem’s ‘Don Jr’ card….. bigly!

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  47. Rynn69 says:

    Cornyn, Collins, and Risch are also on the Senate Intel Committee—and always on the wrong side of every single issue. Notice, too, that whenever Mitch McConnell comes to the mic to speak to the press, Cornyn and Thune are behind him. Never forget optics and the importance of this – birds of a feather flock together.

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  48. Bing says:

    Warner appears confident his communications would not be picked up, at least from Feb to May. Must have thought his guys were still in charge of foreign surveillance? Little did he realize there was a new sheriff in town.

    Warner’s staffers may have turned over the texts when questioned by Horowitz. Horowitz must have been asking questions that showed Horowitz already knew the entire text.

    It appears Horowitz sent a signal that he had enough information in September 2017 to make his case against many more individuals than just Warner.

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  49. Eliza says:

    Thank God we have patriots in our Congress. God bless them for loving their country more than advancement or aggrandizement. God bless them! Love their honesty & integrity!

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