Big Picture Question: How Do We Know?…

Yesterday the news broke of Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chairman, Mark Warner, seeking covert contact with ‘Clinton-Steele Dossier’ originating entity Christopher Steele.

Within the March/April 2017 communication, the back-and-forth centered around Chris Steele wanting a written request signed by both the Vice-Chair (Warner) and the Senate Committee Chairman, Richard Burr.

Without that bi-partisan request, Steele was not willing to engage with Warner unilaterally.  If you consider the timing of the attempted communication (March ’17), and you overlay the expressed concerns therein; against the backdrop of the 2016 DC severe ideological effort the push for a special counsel probe based on false pretense against newly-elected President Trump; a picture emerges of Christopher Steele recognizing his endeavors within the enterprise carried considerable risk.

Vice-Chairman Warner didn’t want a ‘paper trail’ and transparently didn’t want the political opposition (republican members), to know of his political intent.  Therefore Warner never asked Chairman Burr for his signature upon the letter requested by Steele. Ultimately Mr. Steele was correct in his suspicions, and prudent in his risk avoidance.

All of that is true, however, very few have stopped to ask: how did we, the viewing public, discover the Warner messaging and communication story in the first place?

How did the story of the Warner text messaging get into the media bloodstream?   Who was the ‘entity’ who investigated, discovered, and eventually released the Warner messaging?

The answers to those questions are similar to the questions that have been demonstrably overlooked ever since early December when we discover the story of Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and Bruce Ohr.  Each of the aforementioned ‘small group’ officials was removed from responsibility, disciplined and currently remains in stasis.

Within the overwhelming deluge of information that flowed as a consequence no-one paused to ask: How did we, the viewing public, find out about them, all of them, and their activity?

The December 2017 Strzok, Page and Ohr revelations gave rise to massive downstream consequences:

♦FBI chief-legal-counsel James “Jim” Baker was reassigned; ♦FBI Deputy Director Andrew “Andy” McCabe was resigned; ♦DOJ Deputy Attorney Bruce Ohr was demoted again; ♦FBI Asst. Deputy Director and chief-of-staff Jim Rybicki quit; ♦Deputy Asst. Attorney General in charge of counterintelligence, David “Dave” Laufman quits;  ♦FBI Asst. Director Michael “Mike” Kortan, head of the FBI Public Affairs Office, resigns.

Questions:

How did we discover the original text messages?

  • How do we discover Page/Strzok changing the wording of the Clinton exoneration “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless”?
  • How do we discover Bruce Ohr being in contact with Fusion GPS; or working with Peter Strzok; or meeting with Christopher Steele?
  • How did we find out in December about Nellie Ohr, Bruce’s wife, working with Fusion GPS?
  • How do we find out about text messages for the “insurance policy”; or intentionally incomplete “FD-302’s”?

Most importantly – As the deluge of information now floods the geography around us, has anyone looked up to see who was the shadowy figure atop the damn who triggered the collapse?

Every current story is well down-stream from those initial releases of information into the public sunlight.  Not a single story of consequence is disconnected from the origin.  None of the FISA revelations, or anything else, would have happened without the initial December 2017 information release…

…And just like yesterday’s news about Vice-Chairman Mark Warner, no-one apparently knows where all this originating information came from.

Many vague and inferential references have been made toward the Department of Justice Office of Inspector General, and the investigative oversight of Michael Horowitz via his year-long DOJ investigation, as the impetus of the information flow.

I don’t disagree with that presentation a single bit.

It is virtually a guarantee that IG Horowitz and his team of investigators inside the apparatus are the ones who collected every bit of the evidence that has led to these and other revelations yet to come.

But that still doesn’t answer the question: How do WE find out about them?

The dutiful Michael Horowitz has a boss.

Michael Horowitz’ boss is most certainly in the loop.

His boss is:

Carry on…

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706 Responses to Big Picture Question: How Do We Know?…

  1. Blue Moon says:

    I try to keep an open mind about Sessions and Mueller both. I see Sessions as working behind the scenes cause any other way the dems would never let any of this info see the light of day. With Mueller, I don’t like his looks-he looks evil to me-but why would this man place all these people inside an investigation and SC knowing (or not knowing) that every one of them were compromised? Doesn’t make sense to me. So I wait to see if a trap had been set to clean out the FBI and he is in on it. I don’t believe he is but I do hold out hope that I am terribly wrong. We shall see. I can wait. PT has it under control.

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    • Meadowbrook says:

      I cannot speak to Mueller but I can confirm that Jeff Sessions went under the radar and helped a young man in our state (not Alabama) that our Governor, his entourage set out to ruin and nearly did if not for Jeff Sessions quietly getting involved and helping him. The young man was a whistle blower. So from the beginning I have supported him and decided he must have stood aside for a reason. I believe he has been laying a trap for these skuzz buckets from the beginning.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Rich says:

        The silent executioner. When this is done, his efforts will yield indictments and tears from the coup plotters. The public bs between potus and him is kabuki theatre. Misdirection. It is necessary to fool the criminals into feeling safe. You will see…

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      • Sunshine says:

        Same here. I never lost faith in Sessions and I agreed with his recusal which was necessary to work alternative angles.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Mueller being “in” on it would help immensely, but I don’t think it is a requirement. If he is not in on it he is being played and is in deep doodoo.

      Remember also that PDJT and his staff have access to the raw data. Mike Rogers saw to that and could have been pointing them in the right direction. So PDJT is miles ahead of the “bad” guys (or in Trudeau inclusive language “bad” girls).

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    • nuthinmuffin says:

      they call mr sessions “the silent assassin”…i’m willing to give him the benefit, especially if mr trump is. not worried

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    • Wretched1 says:

      “We shall see. I can wait. PT has it under control.” Yup, just keep the revelations coming. We can handle it… Rah, Rah Team Trump!

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  2. Ron M says:

    Funny, so JS is leak hunting and doing some of that on his own.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Sububanyt says:

    I hope so…the political soap opera is unbea rable and usually leads nowhere

    Liked by 1 person

    • Wretched1 says:

      Plz remember, PDJT is not your typical political actor; therefore, not the typical soap opera is panning out. He’s got this! He’s working for you! Patience, heads are gonna roll! Yeah!

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  4. Paul Tibbets says:

    Time again to thank Jesus Christ that Hitlery did not win.

    We all would be at one of her camps by now, and that is not a joke.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Minnie says:

      I thank God every single day that Donald J. Trump is OUR President.

      That other one’s name doesn’t even enter my prayers!

      Thank you, God in Heaven 🙏🇺🇸🙏

      Liked by 8 people

      • paulyho39 says:

        The “other one’s name” does enter my prayers…I pray that she will discover what true “justice” is…and there will be judgment , if not in this world, when she meets her Maker!

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  5. Jason Chafetz was on Fox this morning trashing The Honorable Mr. Sessions up one side and down the other calling for him to step down or be replaced. Mr. sessions it seems is over target.

    Liked by 14 people

    • JJ...the first one says:

      If you aren’t being trashed by liberals/the left, you must not be doing your job.

      Liked by 2 people

    • KBR says:

      Chaffetz was mentioned several times in the Strzok/Page texts.
      And not just as “Jason” but as “Chaffetz” so make no mistake.

      He is coming unhinged.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      This coming from a committee chairman leading an investigation and quitting the Congress in the middle of said investigation without giving a reason.

      During the investigation he ramped up his talking head skills with FNN and now is a permanent fixture on FNN.

      Until Chaffmyhide revels why he quit I have no respect for anything he says.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      I just don’t trust Jason Chafetz. Really? You quit your job as a representative mid-term to take a job……as a Fox news contributor?

      Liked by 3 people

      • waltherppk says:

        ALL of these “journalists” who claim to have “transferred” from government jobs to “civilian jobs” used as a NOC (non-official cover) are Deep State CIA spooks and undercover moles who have been retasked to do propaganda messaging and psyops (psychological operations) and their real work or “occupation” has never really changed. Trust NONE of them. Their job is doing deceptive spin control messaging and sourcing disinformation.
        They are government employed propagandists associated with social engineering.

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      • waltherppk says:

        Chafetz is Marie Harf in a suit.

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    • Wretched1 says:

      Geeez, who recently “resigned?” I wouldn’t put a lot of stock in someone (Chafetz) who couldn’t stand the heat so got out of the fire… swamp…

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    • lfhbrave says:

      But Chafetz often praises and credits the IG and his “450 staff” doing the investigation at DOJ. How can that be if Sessions and the IG are the one and the same busy doing the exposing?

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  6. Iamcat says:

    Yes! I’m very hopeful now the Sessions has been busy all along, and when his work is revealed we will all have much praising of his efforts to make up for.

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  7. Buck says:

    What the hell do you have to do to get fired from the government? Are you kidding me if I did 1/10 of the crap these people of done I would be fired so fast everybody’s head would spin

    Liked by 6 people

    • Iamcat says:

      Yep. We have folks doing jail time because they had no money to pay a speeding ticket, yet these evil skunks walk around free. It’s wrong. I’m feeling more hopeful every day that we may actually see them suffer.

      Liked by 3 people

    • cav16 says:

      You would not believe it if I told you! The procedures are disgusting. I was once assigned to a organization which had several Civil Servants assigned. We had one GS13 who just came in sat at his desk, did nothing all day long. After two years he still was a GS13 assigned to same job. I moved to a new assignment. On a visit back I stopped and spoke with our commander and he told me Mr X was gone, not fired but reduced to GS3 pay grade. JAG told him (Commander) he had better accept that because Mr. X could most likely would win if Commander turned down this decision. What a Maroon huh? True story!

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    • Jason Beckler says:

      President Trump stated in the SOTU that he would be making it easier to fire government employees that don’t do their job, using VA employees as his example. Not sure if he said EO or some other way

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    • nor'easter says:

      “What the hell do you have to do to get fired from the government?”
      1) DO your job.
      2) Attempt whistleblowing for fraud, waste, and abuse.

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  8. Old Lady says:

    Thank you Sundance. AG Sessions is overdue reprieve from bashing.

    Liked by 14 people

  9. Red Frog says:

    I don’t care what anybody says, that right there is more than one ping.

    Liked by 6 people

  10. MaineCoon says:

    Gives new meaning to “Speak softly and carry a big stick”!

    Hands down, Sessions is the best leaker of all! He’s present his case in the Court of Public Opinion. And the conspirators are giving their public rebuttals. This is too good!!

    Sessions the prosecutor is winning!

    Scorecard:

    Sessions = 1

    25+ co-conspirators = 0000000000000000000000000+++

    Guilty x25+

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  11. ion says:

    Or maybe just Sen.Tom Cotton delivered the document to the Fox reporter.

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  12. missilemom says:

    I would prefer to call it a release of information not a leak.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Indeed! Carefully and intentionally selected for maximum impact. Smart bomb.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Shadrach says:

      The gov’t has always worked this way, and that’s why it was so easy for bad apples to take control of the MSM. There’s actually an awesome paper by Pozen at Harvard Law on this topic:

      https://harvardlawreview.org/2013/12/the-leaky-leviathan-why-the-government-condemns-and-condones-unlawful-disclosures-of-information/

      This is a link to an overview, but the full pdf is available for free if you click the link at the bottom.

      This paper (and some of his previous articles) explains why classified information gets leaked to the media…..and is sometimes condoned by the government, and sometimes not. I cannot remember the name of his earlier article….a long but informative read…that discusses the types of “leaks” and why they occur.

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      • Shadrach says:

        Incidentally, the New York Times and the Washington Post are the two places where leaked information is most commonly found….and not coincidentally the two places where we’ve found the most biased information…not surprising. However, the NYT was also the paper where we learned Obama was e-mailing HRC on her private server.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      I should have put a /s after my comment.

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    • KBR says:

      A leak is the release of information without proper authority to release it.

      The Attorney General has full authority to release any information under his Department that he so chooses (that is not classified.) Therefore he did not, could not, not “leak” anything (if the information had not been classified.)

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  13. AMK says:

    No $h!t? Wow 😮
    Now THAT makes sense…I’ve been waiting for this conundrum to be resolved! Thx, SD!

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Charlotte says:

    HUGE: Comey was FORCED to tell Congress about Weiner emails only because George Toscas at DOJ found out about them!

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/huge-comey-forced-tell-congress-weiner-emails-george-toscas-doj-found/

    Liked by 4 people

    • jimsung says:

      The 500+ page text message PDF shows that this angered McCabe-Page-Strzok. They leaked to the media to undermine him for it. Page-Strzok literally stated that they threw Comey under the bus for it.

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  15. How is this not COVERT WITNESS TAMPERING:

    “Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chairman, Mark Warner, seeking covert contact with ‘Clinton-Steele Dossier’ originating entity Christopher Steele.”

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  16. Bull Durham says:

    I don’t want to take a victory lap. Sundance has done the work. I’m just begging folks to think and realize that Jeff Sessions was with DJT before most all of us were. He is in absolute sync with DJT on the very big issues affecting our domestic life as citizens. Sessions is a supreme MAGA operative working “under cover of recusal”. God bless Sundance and Jeff Sessions.

    Love the CTH more each day, yes I do.

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  17. cav16 says:

    Stop and think about what would have happened if AG Sessions had not recused himself! First the The holier than thou Rhino’s would have been leading the pack for him to resign. It would have been a 24/7 circus for weeks! As impatient as I am I have had to bite my tongue and just Pray that he is steadily building a case to soon see Justice served!

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    • nuthinmuffin says:

      the main reason for sessions recusal, clinton hand puppet senator franken, was taken out by his own sexual proclivities, so there is a little joy to be celebrated

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      While now it is 13+ months of muh Russia circus. Mueller and the political investigative team keep digging and all they dig up are Bozo, HRC, DNC and DImms skeletons. I say give em a bigger shovel and let Sessions watch from his porch with a glass of sweet tea.

      Or snag over 9000 MS-13 thugs.

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  18. Campesino says:

    Don’t know if you guys saw this.

    We found out recently that McCabe had the laptop recovered from Carlos Danger that had Hillary State Department emails on it and sat on it for 3+ weeks. I think we have all assumed that McCabe just wanted to run out the clock until after the election, but something forced him and Comey to go public

    The Page-Strzok texts gave us another gift today when they show that a DOJ official in New York, George Toscas, was going to send a letter to Congress telling about the laptop and what was on it.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/huge-comey-forced-tell-congress-weiner-emails-george-toscas-doj-found/

    That forced Comey’s hand.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Mk10108 says:

      Read somewhere FBI field offices (non political) work independently from HQ (political). Exploring Dangers laptop (separate case) Comey looses control.

      Liked by 2 people

    • lokiscout says:

      Let’s see here. As I read this a sexting NYC perv got caught with official HRC emails on his computer hard drive and a couple of adultus high level FBI/DOJ officials decided to throw a crooked FBI Director under the bus.
      How Clintonesque!

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  19. JoD says:

    FOX is reporting that the Democrat deer camp toilet paper, I mean memo, will be released, “momentarily.”

    Liked by 4 people

  20. Twinkletoes says:

    A lot of people will owe an apology to Jeff Sessions in the not too distant future. Those who have followed him for years know that he is the epitome of honesty and quiet dignity.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Minnie says:

      ⭐️⭐️⭐️

      If Mr. President didn’t have confidence and faith in AG Sessions, AG Sessions would not currently be holding that office.

      That’s good enough for me 👍

      🙏Faith🇺🇸Trust🦁

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    • KBR says:

      I doubt Attorney General Sessions would require an apology from citizens who were kept in the dark.

      An honorable man would not expect that.

      I expect he might even apologize to the citizens and explain the necessity for having had to keep them in the dark, once he comes fully out of recusal, with his authority no longer self-limited, and begins the great unsealing.

      Because he had to keep running silently, he surely understood that his very silence would naturally cause doubts given that there are so many supposed-to-be “trusted civil servants” who have proven to be entirely untrustworthy.

      Even some among Trump’s own
      chosen have proven untrustworthy, and been let go.

      His high praise for some not-so-greats might also have been necessary. His recusal seeming to extend even to Uranium1 (well before the elections) certainly made for doubts among the most astute of us.

      And I speak not for myself. I have been fence-sitting for a looooong time regarding Sessions. Waiting for more substantial proof one way or the other.

      But i have been speaking out from time to time against the quarrellers and bashers and name callers. Opinions are for discussing without rancor IMO.

      I wish others agreed.

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    • It’s me says:

      Very true. I have followed him for many years. I recall when his was the lone voice calling for immigration control.

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  21. A2 says:

    I thought it was self-evident, but them I’m a Jefferson Beauregard Sessions fan.
    Thank you sundance.

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    • singingsoul says:

      I am a Trump fan and any action that hurts Trump I do not like.

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    • TomF says:

      The President and his team have played this perfectly.
      President trump had everyone believing his ‘displeasure’ with Mr. Sessions.
      Consider:
      Questions
      Who reads and believes what is reported in The New York Times? (they do)
      Who reads and believes what President Trump ‘tweets’? (we do)
      Why did President Trump single out two Times reporters to tell them his tale of woe re: AG Sessions? (see above)
      Who was that message intended to influence? (them)
      Why didn’t the President just ‘tweet’ his being ‘hamstrung’ and ‘somewhat weakened’? (my words not his) (the message wasn’t intended for us)
      And…….

      The Times readers were delighted. The faithful were really pissed at the Attorney General…..and some still are.
      I would hate to play poker with this man…..
      I wish I could spell Stradivarius, but I was just a grunt.

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      • Wretched1 says:

        Close enough with the violin reference… excellent post, Tom! PDJT and the White Hats have this… there will be a lot of evildoers seeingt a world of hurt in the not too distant future… patience, y’all! Thank you for your service, Tom, you deplorable grunt! Have you seen The 12:17 To Paris? If not, you/everyone should… God Bless our heroes!

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  22. rlc970582410 says:

    Good question-
    The texts from Warner were turned over to the Senate panel by Waldman in March,
    an aide to Warner confirmed to Fox, yesterday breaking news by Ed Henry:
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/02/08/democratic-sen-mark-warner-texted-with-russian-oligarch-lobbyist-in-effort-to-contact-dossier-author-christopher-steele.html

    Given that Burr knew about this in October, then who leaked them to Fox?
    No wonder Nunes and Grassley are keeping information away from Senate Intel Committee…

    Mark Levin was all over it yesterday on his radio show:

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  23. OceanaJones says:

    Outstanding!, Thanks!

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  24. Chickficshun says:

    Im a little apprehensive about Brand resigning. I thought she was actually a white hat? Her resume looks good for that. But this can’t be good for us. Just last week Sessions was praising her. Did the cabal bribe her with a great corporate job to get hee out of the way?
    Sundance what are your thoughts?

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  25. Jody Maad says:

    Enough of wasting the money of the American people. We see the accumulating evidence & want justice. NOW.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. nor'easter says:

    Sundance must have gotten the “green-light” to release this.

    Either that or he IS the “green lighter”!!!

    Standby for heavy rolls …

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  27. freddy says:

    Since my stance was Sessions was a swamp thing i gain hope to change my mind here SD. It’s gonna be hard but if you believe this a fact I’ll consider it in highest regards. Won’t say i agree yet but I’m praying I’ve been wrong about him……………………..I feel a lot better and it’s 90 degrees outside and a near perfect day……

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  28. webgirlpdx says:

    AG Sessions has been around for years and knew the swamp. I can’t help but think that’s why he signed on so early to the Trump campaign — to help, save the Republic, as it were. As a strong Christian man I couldn’t think of him as anything less than a very very smart White Hat. I still think that and pray I’m right.

    Sundance. Every. Single. Day. you amaze me…..

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    • Minnie says:

      ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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    • Wretched1 says:

      Just know you are right webgirlpdx, Trust in the Lord… your prayers are among many being offered. Sessions, “a strong Christian man,” that’s all I’ve got, all I need, end of report…

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      • Wretched1 says:

        BTW, PDX = Portland OR, no? You poor thing, my condolences… come to Texas, we’ll leave the light on for you and anyone so afflicted by having to live in such a Blue you-know-what!

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        • webgirlpdx says:

          LOL….thanks Wretch. I’ve almost given up on the City of my birth. It used to be such a great place. But actually most of the rest of Oregon is pretty and pretty red. Luckily we spent most of our time over in Central Oregon or the coast.

          We love Texas and have very strong ties there! Hubby commuted to Dallas for decades. Just retired from 30 years with a little airplane business there 😉

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  29. Jane Smith says:

    Jury is still out on Sessions. It might be Horowitz supplying the information. These things that were leaked would have been known despite Mueller’s Witch Hunt. So, that begs the question, if Sessions is a good guy, why let the Witch Hunt start in the first place and allow it to cast a shadow over President Trump’s Administration?

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  30. ristvan says:

    Yup. And the more beautiful part is that by recusing from SC Mueller nothingburger investigation based on flimsy pretext of met Russian Ambassador Kisylak as part of his official senate duties but ‘forgot’ to mention in senate DoJ confirm hearings (there was no need to disclose, in my opinion), Sessions has had totally clean hands to work behind the scene on the real dirty Deep State cleanup. Remember, Admiral Rodgers of NSA briefed Pres elect Trump just before Trump’s wire tap tweet. Huge tell. Remember Trump picked Sessions. Huge tell. There has been a lot of kabuki theater here (like Trump ‘disappointment’ in Sessiins in MSM, all IMO deliberate and preplanned to fool a complacent deep state), intended to fully take down the Deep State AND MSM despite their collective best efforts at a now crumbling defense. It will reach for sure to HRC criminality (paying foreign agents for dirt to influence a US election, private unsecure confidential emails, now also Uranium 1) and probably to P44 (although Obama will be harder to prove unless high ups like Comey ultimately sing). This Harvard trained deplorable lawyer is enjoying the show.

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  31. flowerbelle says:

    I’m so happy. I love him. He was the lone voice standing up for the citizens during the Gang of 8 nonsense. The same GOPe that hate Trump, hate Sessions as well but dare not speak about him with the same lack of respect they do for trump. I just read somewhere that the departure of Rachel Brand is an indicator that Sessions has decided to unrecuse himself. Maybe she was the person who gave the guidance to recuse?

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  32. John says:

    Can the Empire Strike back. I can see the Dems pushing Mueller to investigate the new Kelly gate scandal.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      No scandal——-FBI took their time to give him security clearance. Initially it was a he said-she said. A man has as much right to be believed as a woman. (I am a woman–and I know women can also be aggressors–especially in “verbal” abuse.)

      MSM will blow this up for a while. P45 will keep his general. P45 has had all sorts of accusations leveled at him when he knew things didn’t happen as portrayed. Kelly is not a pajama boy. P45 will decide on his staff–the press be da*ned.

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  33. JoD says:

    On behalf of the Representative Republic…we hope that you are right.

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  34. Eagle 61 says:

    Dang! Now that’s a mic drop right there. Good synopsis Sundance.

    Quietly doing his job.

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  35. Donna in Oregon says:

    Not to be controversial. It is important to read both sides of an issue and so I hope that AG Sessions is not trusting any one person or institution, and has someone (or more than one investigator) within the IG’s office just to make sure nothing is swept under the rug.

    As many on this website have noted several times, there are trillions $$$$ at stake. Dangerous work. Very dangerous when it comes to that kind of money.

    Read with a grain of salt…..that’s what I do, because there is always some element that may be helpful. Even Benjamin Wittes, editor of Lawfare blog has his usefulness with the Comey fiasco and information on the tactics of the ‘Resistance’.

    https://aim4truth.org/2017/12/17/doj-inspector-general-michael-horowitz-was-handpicked-by-soros-co/

    DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz Was Handpicked By The “Espionage Machine Party” Run By Soros & Rogue Spies For An Unelected Corporate Combine

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    • Jane Smith says:

      Right, so if Horowitz leaks the incriminating information, it gives those who need to plead the 5th time to get out.

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Sorry Donna, but that hit piece runs contrary to the fact pattern we know about Horowitz. Most especially his fight with the Obama DOJ and AG’s Holder and Lynch to be able just to do his job, Read this:

      Inspector General Michael Horowitz War vs. The Obama Administration

      https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/942227779579498496.html

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Help me out. I am not familiar with Aim4Truth. Who are they and what is their agenda?

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Thanks for asking Sylvia. They portray themselves as this:

        https://aim4truth.org/

        Which appears to be similar to what we are. It is just a different take on Inspector General Michael Horowitz.

        It doesn’t mean Mr. Horowitz is bad, it merely looks at his history with a ‘suspicious cat’. Not commending them, just saying that there are other opinions about Horowitz and that I prefer not to ignore……because it has to be factual.

        Also, it is important to look at someone with different eyes when the health of the Nation is in their hands.

        Trust but verify. It never hurts to give a second or third look at someone with power.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Thanks for the info, and I agree it is definitely worth and often necessary to examine something from many angles to get at the truth.

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          • Donna in Oregon says:

            Yes, I agree. I am very concerned that these FBI criminals are retiring at record pace. Too much like the IRS Lois Lerner routine.

            This has happened too many times not to be a coincidence.

            I do question authority. I do look at these retirements as an injustice to taxpayers.

            If Lois Lerner had never occurred I probably would have just remained silent and hopeful for truth and justice.

            Jaded and cynical? No, just seasoned…..

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            • Wretched1 says:

              Donna, let ’em retire… they can run but they cannot hide. Pensions will be forfeited as convictions arrive. Please pray and remain hopeful. IMHO, AG Sessions supposedly closed the books on Lerner as a dodge. Imagine all the crooks who thought they could breathe a sigh of relief and escape with the same nonchalance… Whoa! This is not JS’s first rodeo…

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  36. asdf says:

    If they quit, they can take the fifth.

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  37. Marygrace Powers says:

    Few weeks back this was posted after one of
    George Webb’s youtube investigative videos.

    Found it very interesting and I copied to my
    desktop/ don’t have the date logged.. also
    just placed initials for the name. Looks like
    the WH is aware of George Webb too.

    Worth a read.

    L. M.
    12 hours ago

    “Jeff and Senator Shelby helped to get the OIG the power to investigate all documents without without asking ….. 😉 Trump was backed by the White Hats in Intel and Jeff was chosen as well ! Jeff knows everything as does Trump …. Jeff is playing the part of a dumb A . He is walking a tightrope to let the IOG report finish … without compromise it. The reality TV star and the backwards lawyer from Alabama. They exposed the former Alabama Governor who resigned and one of Jeff’s Classmates and life long friends is now Governor, Kay Ivey. Jeff and Kay are both friends of my parents…… attended a tiny school together …. they are salt of the Earth…… I would stake my life on it. GW they are aware of you …. want you to report everything…… protect you as much as they can ! I love you ! I pray for you! Please be careful! Keep going my friend! God bless you! White Hats gave Trump everything…
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    L. M.
    11 hours ago
    mislazy –

    I don’t blame people for the confusion and anger …. It has to be careful done to protect the public and get as many dangerous operatives eliminated….. a careful covert white hat war on the deep State…. Don’t get me wrong …. Jeff would NEVER tell us …. he’s too honorable….. I just know him, Kay Ivey, and others ….. I could have the shock of my life …. but I would bet my very life that I am not! 😉
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    • Wretched1 says:

      Liberal Tears + a slash of Winning… ahhhh, Add a spoonful of sugar and you’ll have perfected the recipe to help their medicine go down. Just desserts, no?

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  38. Msher says:

    I have been a Sessions basher – as recently as this morning. Not only on his not defending Trump, but as far as I can tell he isn’t doing anything. Like I think it’s time for some antitrust threats/actions.But why does anyone assume there is a vested interested in being right about Sessions. I will breathe a huge sigh of relief if he is not a wimp but a white hat still helping Trump. Since he is the only Senator to do so during campaign, it would make more sense that he is doing so now. Personally, I will be glad to have been wrong about Sessions.

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  39. sallyal says:

    And now Rachel Brand, #3 at DOJ behind Rosey is leaving. Got her dream job we’re told.

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  40. ForGodandCountry says:

    Poster Trialbytruth made a comment up-thread that answers questions re: Sessions’ recusal:

    “He recused himself from the investigation of Russian influence in the election. This (Nunes/Grassley/Howorwitz) is an investigation of prosecutorial malfeasance well within his wheel house.”

    So right, TBT!

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  41. MaineCoon says:

    RACHEL BRAND HAS RESIGNED.

    AG sessions’ statement is linked. She’s going into the private sector.

    FTA: Today the Department of Justice announced that Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand will leave the Department of Justice in the coming weeks to take a position in the private sector.

    As Associate Attorney General, she has played a critical role in helping us accomplish our goals as a Department—taking on human trafficking, protecting free speech on campus, and fighting sexual harassment in public housing. And when I asked her to take the lead in the Department’s efforts on Section 702 re-authorization, she made this her top priority and combined her expertise and gravitas to help pass legislation keeping this crucial national security tool

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/associate-attorney-general-leave-justice-department-private-sector

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  42. tunis says:

    Were the Strzok/Page text messages leaked or provided to Congress and then released to the public? I’ve not been following the Warner text messages story. Was that leaked to the media? Was the Nellie & Bruce Ohr Fusion GPS connection also a leak?

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  43. kate says:

    It just makes sense that Sessions has been quietly performing his job, after all President Trump picked him as our Attorney General and kept him no matter what people were saying, many of us knew he had a good rightous reason to do so and he had to stay behind the scenes and now much of it is coming together, we just have to have patient, these are really bad people who have to be exposed and stopped therefore everything has to be in perfect order all i’s dotted and t’s crossed to make the charges stick and the correct people in place to do this huge undertaking. It will be worth waiting for.
    MAGA

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    • sharpshorts says:

      I think there’s more to come — so many bad guys being uncovered, leading even more bad guys leading to new roads to follow — perhaps the mess is bigger than we imagine.

      The following may be empty rabbit hole over thinking on my part…but:

      I’m not very good at thinking in terms of all the possible off-the-wall scenarios or other possibilities that exist,..I have been been thinking about whether Sessions’ recusal was planned from the start in order to give him cover while he investigated and compiled the evidence against the entire field of deep state players…
      I sometimes try to consider whether 1) PDT initiated the recusal idea or whether 2) Sessions’ initiated the idea and later convinced the President of the advantages it might hold.

      I remember it being reported that the President was said-to-have-said [paraphrased] “…I never would have nominated him if I knew of the recusal ahead of time…” but I haven’t heard much criticism expressed by PDT since then. I’m thinking that the President’s early remarks might have been planned misdirection, designed to patronize or placate the bad guys… IE: PDT taking the blame for the “mistake” while giving Sessions the cover he needed to do his job with minimal deep state distractions.

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      • Wretched1 says:

        “I never would have nominated him…;” Bingo, SS, it was all part of the Big UGLY? Our PDJT and AG Sessions are, as my grandkids would say, “just another couple of old farts.” But they didn’t get to where they’re at by playing in a toilet full of turds all day… Patience, pray…

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  44. Teresa Barefoot says:

    Sen. Burr & Sen. Rubio knew of Sen. Warner trying to get to Steele. Sen. Warner would go to Steele if need be because he was uneasy about all the press he was getting.

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