President Trump Highlights “Deep State” Intelligence Intent…

Earlier today President Trump highlighted the activity of the politically weaponized intelligence community:


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262 Responses to President Trump Highlights “Deep State” Intelligence Intent…

    • wheatietoo says:

      He mentions that…”the press isn’t talking about” This.

      That’s an understatement.

      The LeftStreamMedia has also been ‘weaponized’.
      They have formed a big blue Wall to the keep the truth from the American people…and they hide behind that Wall, lobbing their attacks on anyone who speaks the truth.

      Liked by 47 people

      • uptothere says:

        I don’t believe they hold as much power as they think they do. More and more conservative outlets are informing those searching for the truth.

        Liked by 21 people

      • srr says:

        Yep, as I just tweeted – You KNOW this would already be viral by now (instead of only having 29 retweets), if it wasn’t exactly the sort of Real News that Twitter is committed to throttaling to death.

        Liked by 7 people

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          We have GOT to get on Gab to evade their control.

          Liked by 2 people

          • litlbit2 says:

            IMO, it is clear to me the MSM organizations script readers as well as part of FOX are all complicit in promoting riminal action, advancing a overthrow of the Government of the USA and removing a legally elected President.

            Class action lawsuit, the people against all MSM organizations(to many to list) for these crimes removing their licenses, heavy penalties with possible prison terms for some owners including print organizations. These are acts of treasons when they became corruptly envolved transmitting agenda talking points as news. The big lie!

            Surely many very smart Americans can make the case using msm’s own reporting of lies as a news item by un-named sources! Much evidence proving what they did plus the hidden things blowing up in their laps.

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      • RJ says:

        You might be watching the acceleration of the mainstream media’s death spiral in all of this. Keep note of how many citizens go to the internet seeking other sources of information and watch who comes out on top…such as potentially this site we seem to spend time visiting.

        The tables will turn, old players are going to be replaced, many leaving in disgrace as is proper. There will be new heroic journalists coming to the fore.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Something that will help…is exposing all the incestuous relationships between the media and the DNC/O-WhiteHouse.

          Liked by 11 people

          • woohoowee says:

            I think it would be great to shine some sunlight on the owners of American Pravda. Who they are and what their agenda is. Name names. Expose them and don’t let up on ’em.

            Liked by 9 people

        • dalethorn says:

          My analogy – Walmart. The good is affordable prices for people with shrinking paychecks. The bad is Made In China. I think regardless of the ratio of good to bad, people will always flock to the place with the cheap prices. And so my analogy – the masses will flock to the station that’s most readily available and least boring. It’s going to be a very big challenge.

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        • piper567 says:

          wasn’t there a poll that came out today saying 50% of respondents think the ozero Admin was spying on Trump?
          Those respondents are listening to some degree of truth, no matter their sources.

          Liked by 4 people

      • WSB says:

        Spot on.

        I also just noticed something. Julie Banderas was interviewing someone in the last half hour and questioned about the two terminated WH staff members’ background checks. She confirmed that there was old information easily attainable about their past, so why did the FBI not find it within a year’s time?

        So, the dossier, the ‘Russia’ investigation and many other events seem to be preplanned and interrelated in this unraveling minefield. Are these the same animals of prey Hunter Trump speaks of?

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      • farrier105 says:

        The media are weaponized and the DNC has become a branch of the intelligence community with Alexandra Chalupa getting the Ukrainian government to join in the “meddling” in our election, while also helping to overthrow the government of Ukraine while working for the DNC.

        Liked by 7 people

        • wheatietoo says:

          And I suspect that Google’s CrowdStrike black ops team was in the middle of all that.

          Liked by 6 people

          • farrier105 says:

            I’ve been on those guys for awhile.


            Liked by 2 people

            • wheatietoo says:

              Nice work!
              There is no way that CrowdStrike should have ever been allowed to have access to NSA data.

              That’s like giving Google the keys to the candy store.

              And it is looking like that’s what happened!

              This is a Big Deal.
              And yet, since CS is such a spooky outfit, people seem to be afraid of investigating it.

              Liked by 5 people

              • farrier105 says:

                Lee Stranahan has been working on them, too, coming from a different direction. I went after their work at DNC.

                Stranahan stuff here:

                Alperovitch in Atlantic Council:

                Stranahan dives deep on Crowdstrike:

                I’m trying to get his take on my stuff. I think they are vulnerable with the DNC job.

                Liked by 3 people

                • wolfmoon1776 says:


                  After I witnessed that horrorshow Senate Intelligence Committee FARCE where Priestap was basically LED and CORNERED into spouting the Muh Russia narrative by DiFi, with the commie buzzard Comrade Kamala circling overhead, I knew Crowdstrike was TOTAL BS. Stonetear with a graphic arts department!


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            • KB says:

              Wow…GOOD stuff…I’ve bookmarked this for reading later tonight!

              Liked by 1 person

              • farrier105 says:

                I regret to say that I got too excited when I produced Parts 4 and 5 to realize something very critical in analyzing Crowdstrike’s work at the DNC in May 2016. Crowdstrike told the DNC to not change anything about how they did their business as they supposedly had proprietary software that could track stolen documents back to the hackers’ network by implanting the document with some kind of tracker code. Of course, only the National Security Agency can track “documents” to their destinations as documents do not move through the Internet intact, but are broken into packets with each packet taking a different route to the destination. This negates Crowdstrike’s claim that they can do this tracking, therefore, the DNC agreed to Crowdstrike not containing the hack starting the first day, thus causing catastrophic loss to the DNC as Crowdstrike did not trace any packets to their destination. Other means were used to infer that Russians did the hack.

                Actually, the nature of what was stolen–emails and attachments–made it IMPERATIVE that the hack be stopped IMMEDIATELY. It is in the nature of emails and attached documents and images that they do not have to be EXFILTRATED to be stolen. All the hacker needs to do is either COPY AND PASTE the emails and attachments, or use a screencapture application to copy them. This can be done almost instantaneously. Remember, Crowdstrike told Ellen Nakashima that the “Russian hackers” “read” the emails and “monitored” them. If you can read and monitor, you can copy and paste, or you can screencapture the documents.

                This finding BURIES THEM.


              • farrier105 says:

                Here is the latest. ON HA Goodman’s YouTube channel, I discovered that Liar Papadopoulos claimed that “the professor” Mifsud, a pal of the Liar’s, informed him in APRIL 2016 that the Russians already had those thousands of DNC emails. This is how I replied in the comments section:

                HA–When did liar Papadopoulos speak to the Professor about the DNC emails? If it is prior to May 5, 2016, it is another lie. 75% of the stolen DNC emails were created from May 5, 2016 until May 25, 2016.

                I just checked the NY DAILY NEWS:

                “The shadowy professor, Joseph Mifsud, first made headlines when his name was listed in court records unsealed by special counsel Robert Mueller last fall. According to the records, Mifsud told ex-Trump adviser George Papadopoulos in April 2016 that the Russian government had obtained “dirt” on Hillary Clinton and stolen thousands of emails from Democratic National Committee servers.”

                The fact that Papadopoulos claims that Mifsud told him the “thousands of emails” from the DNC were in the possession of the Russians in APRIL 2016 indicates the story was false according to the known timeline of the email theft in which 75% of those 1000s of emails that were stolen were created between MAY 5, 2016 (the date Crowdstrike started its engagement with the DNC) and MAY 25, 2016. Therefore, the Russians could not have had “thousands of emails” from the DNC in………………………..APRIL!!!!!


                I can’t take it anymore.


      • Scarlet says:

        There’s not one peep about any of this over at huffingtonpuffingtonpost.

        Liked by 1 person

        • peace says:

          The Huffington Post belongs in the entertainment section; they are completely laughable. No one with an ounce of intelligence would this outlet the time of day.

          Liked by 2 people

      • Psycho Monkee says:

        Hit the lsm where it hurts: cancel cable, direct tv, etc. Purchase a smart tv. We did. Do not feed enemy-of-the-people sources: cnn, mslsd, espn/Disney/abc, etc.

        Liked by 1 person

        • wheatietoo says:

          That is one way of hurting them, and a lot of people suggest doing that.

          But another way is to have cable…and Not Watch Them.
          This hurts their Ratings.

          If you don’t have a cable box, then you are unable to cast a ‘No’ vote against them.


          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            That is a good alternative if you have to have the cable for some other reason. We never used it except for news, so dropping and switching to OAN made sense.

            The trouble with cable is it funds the madness, and at a pretty stiff rate. They need that $30 min per month for the TV part – it pays Lena Dunham. I’m saving a boatload by dropping back to cheap pure internet and KlowdTV for OAN – very cheap combination.

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            • zorrorides says:

              I also like the news on OANN. I have it on Direct TV.

              Is it really a NO vote if I never watch CNN or the Three Bigs?

              Liked by 1 person

              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                I think “off” becomes less of a no vote every year. Communism finds ways to fund “reeducation” with the People’s money one way or another. They don’t need the reeducation to be profitable. This is why Sports Illustrated is a shadow of what it used to be, and the more “cultural” men’s mags are just horrorshow leftist now. They are basically supported at a loss to keep their cultural footprint. As long as they are 100% against Trump and for the Stalinist proggie agenda, the spice will flow.


            • Pat Frederick says:

              we don’t even have cable–just an inexpensive HD antenna…we only get the 3 local channels (affiliates of the major channels) and rarely watch it anyway. we watch old movies on dvds—but CAN watch the SOTU if we want. Hubby watches news for the local weather–when I want news, I come here…


      • phoenixRising says:

        I think the “this” Charles was talking about is the FISA Review Court…
        the three members appointed by Bill Clinton… who reversed the Judge’s decision to reject

        There has been no mention of that in tweets, conservative reporting, etc. because we didn’t have the skinny on how the FISC (c is for court) operates.

        My statement re Review Court are not intended to negate your comment wheatietoo that the MSM has been weaponized. Totally agree that they are not covering any of this.

        The Review Court’s decision to overturn original judge’s rejection is just another nail in HRC’s coffin… IMHO

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      • cali says:

        @wheatietoo: To understand the msn you must follow the money a) who pays them and b)who do they work for:

        The media are paid contractors and employed as psy-ops via the deep state CIA “Operation Mockingbird”.
        All of them get every morning at 4AM their email that tells them their talking points for that day.
        Such emails were recently intercepted by our military intel/white hats and explained in one of Q’s post.
        Now you can see how they all connected , all reporting and hammering the same talking points all day because the deep state/CIA pays them.
        It’s pure propaganda and the PRAVDA had nothing on these guys! 🙂

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    • lastinillinois says:

      This is good.

      So although the FISA Court consists of judges whove been appointed by Bush/Clinton/Obama, tge FISA REVIEW Court – where the denied FISA application no doubt went – consists only of 3 judges –
      ALL appointed by Bill Clinton.

      Tarmac, anyone?

      Its all becoming very clear, even to those who don’t want to see it.

      Thanks for the video,

      Liked by 13 people

    • Zippy says:

      Of course during HIS two decades working within the system he “never perceived” his coworkers as “political animals”. Why? Because during HIS entire tenure the deep state/swamp was never seriously threatened by an outsider POTUS who hadn’t been vetted by the party machine’s “guarantee he’s BOUGHT and onboard with the program” function combined with a Rep majority in Congress (unfortunately with a large number of RINOs/never-Trumpers).

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Now the concept of 4 Judges approving the original FISA and the three 90 day renewals makes sense if what this gentleman shared is true. Bill Clinton’s three appointed Judges that oversee the FISA Court allowed the FISA request to go into effect on October 21, 2016. Than one FISA judge approved the 3 renewals.

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    • jmclever says:

      FISA review court judges appointed by Bill Clinton? So there is a balance against the secret court? But its also weaponized?

      Liked by 3 people

    • RJ says:

      Imagine you are in the Oval office (2016) with our Dear Leader when he asks those present who has some ideas on getting deep inside the Trump campaign. Who do you think came up with this scheme? I haven’t told you who is in this imaginary setting, so think outside the box if you are able. Take a few minutes to let your mind roam over all the players.

      My guess is John Brennan of the CIA, if for no other reason than he is the most dastardly of all of Obama-Mao’s appointments (Val Jar does not count). Mark down the person and the date (Feb 10, 2018) of your choice.

      Now, let’s see if and when we might actually find out. Till then pray Hillary is still alive for reasons I hope will become clear as the masks come off and the truths are brought to the light of day for all Americans to see.

      Liked by 8 people

      • G. Combs says:

        Brennan AND Robert Hannigan, the chief of the GCHQ (British spy agency with access to NSA data.)
        Apr. 13, 2017
        “[…]Brennan reportedly established a counterintelligence task force, which included the FBI and the National Security Agency. That summer, Robert Hannigan, then the chief of the GCHQ, passed Brennan more material related to conversations Trump associates had with suspected or known Russian agents,[…]”

        May 23, 2017
        “[…]Trump fired Comey earlier this month, just over nine months into the FBI’s probe of Russia’s hacking and disinformation campaigns that targeted Democrats during the election. That probe began in earnest when Robert Hannigan, then the chief of Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters, passed Brennan material related to conversations Trump associates had with suspected or known Russian agents in late 2015 and early 2016,….

        Brennan was so concerned about the intercepted communications that he established a counterintelligence task force, which included the FBI and the National Security Agency. (Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testified earlier this month that those communications had been picked up and handed over to US agencies, but he could not elaborate due to the “sensitive” nature of the intelligence.)[…]”

        Hannigan abruptly resigned on Jan. 23, 2017. This was three days after Trump’s inauguration and shortly after the first allegations that former MI6 agent Christopher Steele was involved thanks to the Buzzfeed article on January 10, 2017.

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      • jnr2d2 says:

        How about “creative writer PHD” Ben Rhodes, Dep. Nat. Sec. Advisor.

        Liked by 2 people

    • CAM says:

      “Fruit of the Poisonous Tree”– this explains Q’s post that POTUS is freed. All the evidence they may gather is going to be tainted and thrown out.


      • El Torito says:

        This has been assumed for close to 2 years. The fact that Q just made this post is not impressive.


        • John says:

          I find the regular appearance (something that appears to be fairly recent) of Q’s postings and thoughts kind of obnoxious. It all sounds very Ouija board to me. To repeat an earlier posting, if I want to read that stuff, I will go to the blog-site. Obviously some people hear disagree, and I know I can just scroll by, but my finger is getting tired.

          There, I got that out.


    • ForGodandCountry says:


      “Of the 35,529 warrant requests between 1978 and 2013, only 12 were denied. And that’s very peculiar, as a starting point. But, it’s even more peculiar when you think that one of the denials that occurred was in June of 2016, and it was for a surveillance of this individual (Carter Page) that was tied to the Trump campaign.

      Oddly, in Oct of 2016, (this denial was reversed) and the probable cause for surveillance was granted. How did that happen??

      It happened because there is a FISA review court, and there are only 3 members of that court. They were all appointed by Bill Clinton, and so one has to surmise that this (original Oct. 13th) denial went to them and (therefore) individuals who were appointed by the husband of the Presidential candidate who provided the opposition research to the probable cause warrant allowed this surveillance to go forward.”

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    • colddeadhandsyoudirtyape says:

      A FISA review Court? Wow and they are 3 Clinton appointees. So there are a total of 14 Judges involved in the FISA Court System.

      Liked by 1 person

    • anthonydog says:

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      Liked by 1 person

  1. Lizzyp says:

    He comes across as highly credible. Wonder how they’re going to slime him?

    Liked by 10 people

  2. Emblematic says:

    So if the type of warrant taken out on Carter Page allowed the FBI to surveil not only Page himself but also those Page was in contact with, and if the warrant was renewed several times, does that mean the FBI, perhaps even the Special Council, could have been spying on the Trump ADMINISTRATION during 2017?

    If that is possible so it is absolutely mind blowing.

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  3. Good Job! says:

    The NSA “tools” story was ridiculous.

    The IC was desperate last year to find information corroborating the “Dossier.” They found this Russian con man and the NSA story was prolly made up to seem like they weren’t targeting Trump.

    Liked by 17 people

  4. Old Lady says:

    Good info. I would like to know who else, other than the Trump campaign, in Carter Page’s life the FBI spied on. I’m betting none. So much for their spy theory.

    Liked by 11 people

  5. Ziiggii says:

    This one is yuge!

    Liked by 15 people

  6. evergreen says:

    Proof of malfeasance by multiple officers of the FBI/DOJ pretty much requires everything to come out for the purpose of clearing the air. A full airing may severely embarrass the DOJ and FBI as institutions; however, those same institutions failed in their obligation to maintain their integrity by allowing corruption into the executive offices. Hiding such embarrassment only hurts their credibility much more. Maybe the IG will tidy the place up.

    Trust has to be earned, and in these departments are severely mistrusted–by the public and by senior members of the executive and legislative branches. Don’t forget FISC Judge Collyer–even she has some real heartburn. Maybe those career FBI and DOJ who bristle at having their institutions hammered for this can ponder what they could have done to prevent this in the first place and ensure it never happens again.

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  7. nimrodman says:

    Good summary here:

    In sum: To obtain a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign associate, the FBI relied heavily on a dossier that was never substantiated, put together by a former spy “desperate” to stop Trump. That dossier was paid for by powerful Democrats on Trump’s rival campaign, who also paid for opposition research the FBI received from a powerful couple inside President Obama’s DOJ. Separately, two Clinton allies worked together to funnel a second unsubstantiated dossier to the FBI through the State Department.

    Hillary Clinton’s Fingerprints Are All Over The FBI’s Investigation Into Trump’s Russia Ties

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  8. The Boss says:

    I’m sure many have noticed the pretext of the payments in the first place. It was “recover stolen hacking tools and oh by the way there is some Trump trash thrown in as a sweetener”. Total crap. The point all along was to shake down some fools for US currency by claiming to have Trump trash. If I were a Russian, I’d do the same thing. Easy score!

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    • The Boss says:

      Supposed to be under Good Job’s post.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Summer says:

      The “Russian insisted on including dirt on Trump” angle cracked me up.

      Liked by 7 people

    • ristvan says:

      Lurking lawyer comment. The CIA cover story makes no sense at all, and am amazed the idiots there even tried to float it as a cover for the NYT embarassment that somebody leaked.
      There would never be only one copy of stolen NSA hacking tools, once stolen. And we know some were. No way to verify that ‘all’ Russian copies were returned. So clearly CIA was engaged in trying to find Trump ‘dossier’ dirt, and failed. Means there exists, perhaps until now unbeknowst to Pompeo, Deep State antiTrump connections between FBI counterintelligence and CIA.


  9. Mike Haubert says:


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  10. President Trump: “Look! Lies, lies, and more lies told and even possibly crimes committed to create a phony Russia scandal!”

    The Left: “Ohhh! Look! A red car!”

    Liked by 12 people

  11. Publius2016 says:

    It’s institutional now…UNIPARTY Deep State is trying to preserve CIA now that DOJ and FBIhave been exposed 10 ways to Sundays…

    Liked by 6 people

  12. sturmudgeon says:

    The same way they ‘slime’ anyone who has had anything to do with a Republican. (Bush, Reagan}


  13. georgiafl says:

    Then there is the tale of the Trump nude photos Schiff was eager to buy from the Russian comedians.

    Liked by 16 people

  14. gda says:

    I absolutely love the way POTUS treated the Dem “Memo”. Wait until the very last minute, everyone expecting the imminent release, then calmly send it back and task the IC to “help” them fix it as to “sources & methods”. Then they have to go through the entire procedure again.

    By the time this gets released it will be yesterday’s news and absolutely inconsequential as the actual source documents will have been released by next Friday (Nunes).

    Schiff’s head must be exploding….

    Liked by 23 people

  15. fleporeblog says:

    It really is amazing if you take a step back and realize how much was done by these POS to try and stop our President from being elected and once elected to try and force him out of the White House.

    Yet not only did he prevail but he has accomplished more in one year than most Presidents accomplish over eight years.

    Our President is an example of Divine Intervention! God our Father listened to our prayers and gave us one last chance to take back our country from the forces of evil.

    Liked by 28 people

  16. Maquis says:

    You can count on my shovel, Mr President!


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  17. Joe says:

    Was the three hop rule applicable to the surveillance of Carter Page- so they could put under surveillance everyone who had contact with him and everyone those people had contact with and everyone those people had contact with. That would encompass Trump and everyone in his family and on his campaign. And they could go back five years on the surveillance. I wonder if this is how you ended up with a thousand Americans connected to Trump unmasked in the Obama intelligence reports. That was the number that lawyer in Buffalo who was unmasked mentioned. Anyway, if the three hop rule was in effect, seems very misleading to talk about a warrant for Carter Page, when it would entail looking at the emails, phone calls, etc of a lot of other people.

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    • woohoowee says:

      FTA: The power of the federal government is enormous, can smash a private citizen and could crush most political campaigns. Amazingly, Trump and the American preference for him survived. That is remarkable and sobering.

      President Trump45’s survival is a testament to the man he is, and to the American’s who answered his offer of, I will be your champion. What a champion we chose! Great men like President Trump45 are so rare.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Cow wow says:

        And I would add to those true words woohoowee to the men and women who said yes when he asked them to help him…Tillerson, Zinke, Sessions, Carson, Mnunchin, Ross, DeVoss, Perry, Mulvaney…and many others! And US, Deplorables!

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  18. RSExteriors says:

    SHARE this new Republican Video explaining the FISA Abuse so low information voters can see whats going on. Republicans FINALLY fighting back. Trump teaching them how to win

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  19. Summer says:

    Folks, the CIA agents went to the Russian Embassy (!!!!!) to view a 15 seconds video of “Trump.”
    The CIA spies secretly met a shady Russian spy in the Russian Embassy (obviously with the Russian officials organizing the meeting) in order to pay for kompromat on the US President.

    Let it sink in.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Yep. They were talking to this young lady (Anna Chapman, er, whatever). Hildie’s crew probably would refer to her as “the lie who loved me”…

      Liked by 2 people

    • trapper says:

      And the conclusion they reached from this is that Trump was colluding with Russia? In the language of our Maine countrymen, you can’t get there from here.

      Liked by 3 people

    • zimbalistjunior says:

      yes…i noticed that…i wonder what happened here, that forced the spies to reveal what happened and then put on their b.s. spin?
      thankfully for us all, the nytimes was there to accept the b.s. at face value and ask zero questions after

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  20. Sentient says:

    Not that many people here at CTH need it, but Andrew McCarthy’s article today @ NRO (linked at Real Clear Politics) is pretty well-written. It summarizes what’s known now – and how bad it is.

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  21. Ed says:

    The one thing everybody forgets:
    They searched him & his family going back years,
    and searched.., and found N-O-T-H-I-N-G to use against DJT45.
    He is solid GOLD, too bad nobody realises that.
    He has a face that would fit perfectly on MtRushmore.
    The Soros-clan is effing up WallStreet to make him look bad, 100% sure of it!

    Liked by 13 people

  22. moe2004 says:
    No one can tell me the above is not what was attempted, no one. Have no idea what the penalties are, but some people surely deserve what ever comes to them.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. trapper says:

    Dear Honorable Direktor CIA,

    My name Prince Comrade Ogomboff of Nigeria I mean Russia citizen. I have much bad bad knowledge Donald Trump, but not can send to anyone but you. Most kind bring to me one millions dollars United States for to see all my knowledge. I wait for you respond.

    Prince Comrade Ogomboff

    And after Comey had already fallen for Prince Ogombo’s NIgeria letter, and everybody knew it, apparently CIA fell for the same damn thing. I can hear it now, somewhere in the bowels of Langley:

    “You paid WHAT? To WHOM? And you got WHAT? Get out of my sight.”

    Liked by 8 people

  24. jmclever says:

    I like how he said that National Security depends on the release of all this FISA info and documentation.

    Liked by 3 people

  25. goddessoftheclassroom says:

    Is Ms. Stefanik a White Hat?


    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Elise Marie Stefanik (born July 2, 1984) is an American politician from the state of New York. She is a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives, representing New York’s 21st congressional district. Elected in 2014 at the age of 30, she is the youngest woman ever elected to Congress.[1] At the start of the 115th Congress (current), she was the youngest member of the House.

      Liked by 3 people

    • mimbler says:

      I believe so,

      Liked by 2 people

    • Walt says:

      just a newbie not understanding the rules of the swamp.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Thecleaner says:

      Im of the opinion that she had no idea how important her questions were…she would have no way of knowing that Comey hadnt reported to the group of 8.
      I think as a rookie in congress she was just asking questions that seemed relevant to ask and filling her 5 minutes…I honestly think she just bumbled into this in the most glorious way without realizing the importance of what she had asked and the answers that were given.
      She looks like an honest woman doing her job though, and thats saying something with that crew.
      She has been pretty quiet since that testimony though….eerily quiet…like somebody told her to keep her mouth shut if she wants a career in politics.

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    • nor'easter says:

      Rookie mistake-taking your oath of office seriously and actually doing your job.

      Nothing a little Kool-Aid won’t fix.

      We’ll look back and laugh about it once the statute of limitations is up.


  26. malmino says:

    I thought the unmasking process only applied to Title 7 surveillance. This is Title 1 surveillance. Does it apply here as well?


  27. trapper says:

    Could it be that what American intelligence is really trying to hide is their screwups? How’s that Las Vegas investigation coming along?

    Liked by 3 people

    • billrla says:

      trapper: The investigators have determined beyond a reasonable doubt that Las Vegas is, indeed, located in Nevada. Now, the only question is, where, exactly, in Nevada is Las Vegas, and how did it get there?

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    • jahealy says:

      Las Vegas is a little busy right now screwing Steve Wynn to the wall. Wynn may not be the world’s nicest guy, but he definitely classed this place up and made lots of people rich, and made lots more people able to afford homes, cars, families, nice middle-class lifestyles, and comfortable retirements. But hey, let’s destroy the 76-year-old mega-employer and visionary in the twilight of his incredible career.

      Sorry for the rant. Mad enough to spit right now after reading up on Wynn earlier.

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  28. MTK says:

    Read NYT story, I’ve have stopped calling them articles.
    It reads like a hook, line, sinker false flag flush to see through who, where and what variations surface.

    The biggest clue, NSA tradecraft tool set..
    Is worth far more than one million. And why pay for something, you still physical posess, it not like buying it back is going to unlearn what the hackers learned through the theft.

    And the honey pot kicking, Trump and hookers.
    How could?!!, wide eye ideologues not believe this is what went down.

    And this, all on the heels of knowing, and i mean the swamp knowing false flag leaks have been used for months.

    That is how desparate they are, the only cards the swamp have left to play is convoluting the various voices speaking within MSM with the hope something sticks here and there, and in the end there is enough confusion the general public does not know who or what to blame.


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  29. G. Combs says:

    Just to make it crystal clear.
    Title III FISA 702 is basically spying on Americans; the actual “spying” part is 702. (They vacuum up your phone calls emails etc)
    Item 17 is “About Queries“, which allows queries or searches of content of email and phone conversations based on any subject matter put into the search field such as YOUR NAME. Outsiders like Robert Hannigan — the chief of Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters, Fusion GPS and maybe Crowdstrike were allowed to use/abuse this system and given access to raw FISA data using 702 About Queries.

    THAT WAS STAGE ONE and it got them NOTHING! Remember that Trump, while campaigning commented he never used email for sensitive info because it was not secure. He used private courier. So they then went with —

    Very intrusive surveillance of President Trump and his team and not just reading emails and listening to phone conversations.


    PUBLIC LAW 95-511
    (f) “Electronic surveillance” means—-

    (4) the installation or use of an electronic, mechanical,or other surveillance device in the United States for monitoring to acquire information other than from a wire or radio communication, under circumstances in which a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy and a warrant would be required for law enforcement purposes….

    This is why President-elect Trump left Trump Tower within 24 hours of the visit from Admiral Rogers. The Tower was LITERALLY BUGGED!

    Carter Page was an undercover FBI employee and in no way a spy of a foreign country.
    Page acknowledges that he was outed by BuzzFeed as “Male-1” in a court filing for the Buryakov case:
    Felony #1: Illegal leaking of my identity as “Male-1” [FBI Under-Cover Employee-1] in U.S.A v. Evgeny Buryakov, Igor Sporyshev, and Victor Podobnyy – On April 3, 2017, reporters at ABC News and BuzzFeed News requested to meet in order to inform me that U.S. government operatives had unlawfully disclosed my identity as Male-1 in this 2015 case. This particular incident follows an increasing series of similar revelations about other politically-motivated unmaskings in 2016….”

    Glenn Simpson testified that the FBI had an informant in the Trump admin…

    Think about it: Page was an under-cover FBI EMPLOYEE in 2013 when he gave binders containing “covertly placed recording devices” to the Russian, Buryakov.
    This was all discussed in the thread:

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  30. All Too Much says:

    I am sitting here dumbfounded from learning of the three judge review panel, and it’s Clintonian roots. Speechless.

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  31. OceanaJones says:

    Don’t lose sight of the fact that there is, indeed, a vast silent majority here in this nation. This is real. I have friends and family who do not have the time to keep up with current events, who work hard many hours a week to care for their families, to pay their bills and to make ends meet. They are not stupid, or uninformed. They know the difference between honesty and dishonesty, between right and wrong. When they walk through public places like airports and motels and are forced to watch the propaganda media like CNN, they, like me, cringe in disgust and disdain and move on shaking their head. The key will be to rally these people together like Donald Trump did by talking to them directly through public rallies and on social networks. No matter what you hear and see or read about in the fake news, do not despair and know this. We are strong, we are motivated, we are right. We are… The American People and we will win.

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  32. How are charges leveled against these perps? By a special counsel or a grand jury? And, most importantly can ROSENSTEIN be trusted to do it?


  33. Flight93Gal says:

    Interesting article in The Tablet that identifies Brennan/CIA as THE individual that aggressively initiated and advanced the “Putin did everything he could to meddle in the 2016 election and get Trump into the White House”. The article also suggests that Comey was “sympathetic to Trump” (what a joke!) and while Brennan and Comey were on opposite sides of the “Russia helped Trump win the White House” story, even though both were political hacks, each was aggressively jockeying for position in “Hillary’s White House”. I don’t care whether true or not…it would be great to get both Comey/FBI, Brennan/CIA and Obama implicated in wrong doing and arrested for conspiracy, treason and everything in between.

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  34. jeanmarc says:

    Thoughts on special prosecutors.

    FISA court system. This is more behind the scenes but critical. It may take both a prosecutor and a senior judge to resolve this. This needs to go back 5 years or so, case by case, to look for problems. I fear this going to be a huge mess that documents actions far beyond anything allowed by the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution. There needs to be both an unclassified and classified report. There will need to be legislative action to resolves this matter, and the guilty need to be held accountable. Somebody in this should have stood up and said the surveillance of a presidential candidate was wrong, and in violation of the Constitution that they all were sworn to uphold. The way to prevent the next time is for the guilty to spend some time behind bars. Otherwise promises that it will never happen again are just empty words.

    FBI/DOJ: This will deal with very evident problems within those organizations. Bottom to top, including Obama. This has been the most visible, but the other investigations are no less important. The handling of General Flynn becomes the lowest level of punishment to be awarded. Agreements for witnesses to avoid prosecution need to be few and far between. Most of the criminal charges are likely to come from this review.

    Clinton Investigation: This needs to include Uranium One, the Clinton Foundation, the Clinton election process, and related topics. The actual email server may not be important, since Mr. Comey has closed that investigation (even if that action seems very questionable). I might offer to look at the travel budgets first. If Clinton Foundation money was used for travel for Clinton people for election processes, that would seem like a problem. If Clinton election money was used for paying Christopher Steele, that would seem like a problem. If there was any “pay to play”, that needs to be addressed as well.

    Of note, there is significant overlap in the three investigations, and some of those will be the most interesting to review.

    Finally, the President should take the opportunity to challenge the Congress on their own “collusion with the Russians”. They should be asked to report all such interactions, and recuse themselves if deemed appropriate. The AG was required to recuse himself for shaking hands with one Russian senior person, as I understand it. Congress should have no lower expectation for their members.

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    • FISA Court System: This must end up with testimony from Chief Justice Roberts and his all-Democrat appointments to the FISA oversight court, not to mention his subsequent non-oversight of the wholesale FISA authorizations-without-rejections … and his coup de grace ACCEPTANCE of the OVER-RULED FISA REJECTION.


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  35. WSB says:

    Judge Jeanine on with Chris Stewart right now. She asked him three times about Bill Priestap. He would not budge twice, but the third time said, “I have to be careful here…” and she said, “I know you do.”


    [Hi, Jeanine]

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  36. rlc970582410 says:

    A reminder- McCain’s staffer got the Steele Smear direct from Fusion GPS, not from his friend Tony Blair, or whatever the lie was reported by the MSM earlier.

    Time to look into who is doing what on McCain’s staff.
    Mumbles needs to resign, and stop putting the US at risk from his chemo brain bad judgement.

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  37. Lawrence says:

    The fact that Trump is President settles every question about the MSM’s power. It is gone.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. mitrom says:

    Schumer and the Dems are still blocking Richard Grenell’s confirmation as Ambassador to Germany. According to Gateway Pundit, this is because the CIA in Germany has been up to no good in trying to get damaging info on Trump (paid Russian $100,000 for nonexistent damaging info on Trump).

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  39. stevephoenix72 says:

    The questioning by Republican Elise Stefanik, is a very good line of questioning, especially the first 4 minutes, where she has Saint Comey on the ropes about “When were the White House and Congress briefed about important investigations”, such as the Russian hacking claim. Comey claims basically he would brief the WH only quarterly, or if a matter of importance arose.

    I think that answer is bullsxxxx.

    Comey replies that that decision was made by the Director of Intelligence—presumably the Director of Natl. Intelligence, which was, during the Obama years, (2010-Dec 2017), that devil, aka Nosferatu (dead look-alike), James Clapper. Former R. Sen. Daniel Costs, an outstanding and honorable patriot, took over Mar. 16, 2017, but during that interregnum when Mike Dempsey was acting Director, clearly Comey wasn’t forwarding I go to Trump briefing the Pres on Comey’s Trump Campaign espionage caper.

    All this brings us back to: Why in the world didn’t Trump fire Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein, and all the FBI and DOJ assistant directors (like Sally Yates, thst boob), FBI investigation chiefs (like Peter Strzok), assistant DOJ attorneys — decapitate all the leadership— on Jan. 21st, the day after the Inauguration?

    I learned long ago in management that your greatest power is in the first 4 weeks after you are placed in office. Thst’s when you must clean out black mold.


  40. thinkthinkthink says:

    A little humor in this headline…
    “NBC BREAKING NEWS: WINTER OLYMPICS Kristen Welker Reporting…2 people have already defected involving the North Korean Team. US officials were told that a man and woman requested asylum! North Korea issued a statement welcoming Peter Strzok and Lisa Page to their country!”
    (found on

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  41. Charlotte says:

    Dilley’s source also mentioned an amendement to EO 13223. Apparently it “flew under the radar” as it was done back in October 2017. Pretty interesting


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