Someone’s Doing The DOJ and FBI Interrogations and It’s Not Congress…

On a Monday night (February 12th, 2018) episode of Tucker Carlson a Democrat member of the House Intelligence committee said something interesting that almost everyone missed.  Appearing on the show to joust with Tucker, HPSCI member Eric Swalwell stated: “the House Intel Committee has not interviewed a single witness in over a month”.  [Video Here, quote @03:47]  This statement is rather enlightening.

A month earlier, January 4th, 2018, an agreement was finally made between House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes and DOJ Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for complete disclosure of all unredacted documents AND a list of witnesses who Nunes wanted the HPSCI to question.

Included in those names was:  FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page, who exchanged anti-Trump text messages during an affair and previously worked on the special counsel’s Russia probe; FBI general counsel James Baker, who was reassigned; FBI head of counterintelligence Bill Priestap, whom ex-FBI boss James Comey testified made the decision not to brief Congress about the Russia case during last year’s election; and Bruce Ohr, a DOJ official reassigned after concealing meetings with figures involved in the dossier.

The January 4th agreement between Devin Nunes and Rod Rosenstein was made after a great deal of back-and-forth.  Chairman Nunes then documented the agreement in a letter.

On January 8th, Bruce Ohr was demoted for the second time.  [AND DOJ officials scheduled Bruce Ohr to be available to Devin Nunes on January 17th]

On January 9th, the DOJ provided the unredacted DOJ/FBI documents requested to Chairman Nunes; the documents the DOJ produced surrounded the Clinton-Steele Dossier and the FISA Title-1 application.   The documents were assigned to a SCIF in the basement of the House.  Those documents become the basis for Chairman Nunes to outline his memo; essentially a declassification request to the White House written by Trey Gowdy.

As a result of the agreement between Rod Rosenstein and Devin Nunes, one member from each side of the HPSCI aisle (one Democrat and one Republican) was permitted to review the original FISA application documents which included the Clinton-Steele dossier use therein.

Trey Gowdy and Adam Schiff were the two Intel committee members who reviewed. (Remember, this is January 9th, 2018)  [Only Gowdy, Schiff and House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte reviewed the original FISA documents]

A week later, January 16th, 2018, Chairman Nunes  postponed the witness interview with DOJ official Bruce Ohr scheduled for the next day, January 17th.

Instead, on January 18th, 2018, the HPSCI voted to allow all members of the House to review the Nunes-Gowdy Memo created after the DOJ provided the documents (January 9th).   [January 18th THROUGH February 2nd was #ReleaseTheMemo]

Now remember, throughout this time none of those prior agreed-upon FIVE witnesses (Strzok, Page, Priestap, Baker, Ohr) have been interviewed.  Everyone’s attention shifted from witness testimony to the Memo; and as Democrat Eric Swalwell stated, no witness was interviewed. Period. [<- key point].

So to summarize so far: during January all the DOJ documents arrived, the HPSCI (Nunes) memo was written, released, declassified and released to the public on February 2nd, 2018 but no witnesses testified.  [Nunes Memo – Link]

So the question becomes:

How does the exact testimony (including quotes) of Bruce Ohr, and Bill Priestap become part of the Nunes Memo if neither Bruce Ohr or Bill Priestap was ever interviewed by the House Intelligence Committee?


Who is doing the interrogations of Bill Priestap and Bruce Ohr?

It’s not the HPSCI.  It’s not the House Judiciary Committee and it’s not the Senate (Chuck Grassley).  [Remember Grassley is relying on responsive FD-302’s provided by the FBI.]

See where this is going?  DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz has interviewed these witnesses and extracted testimony.  Can you see now why Nunes was in ‘no hurry’ to interview the FIVE? (Strzok, Page, Ohr, Baker and Priestap).

Let me remind everyone that each of the aforementioned names is still within the system.  Unlike Mike Kortan, David Laufman, Sally Yates, James Rybicki or Andrew McCabe, none of the five (Strzok, Page, Ohr, Baker, Priestap) have been removed.  Peter Strzok is in FBI HR; Lisa Page is doing something; Bruce Ohr and James Baker are holding down chairs somewhere; and Bill Priestap is still Asst. FBI Director in charge of counterintelligence.

It doesn’t go unnoticed the media are transparently not following up on Peter, Lisa, Bruce Jim or Bill.  No satellite trucks in front of their houses etc.; no pounding on their doors for comment etc.  Nothing.

Further, ask yourself why Inspector General Michael Horowitz (or someone thereabouts) began to advance upon the entire ‘Trump operation’ with releases of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page text messages?  Why them? Surely, other collaborative communication was also captured, yet we only heard of Page and Strzok.  Why?

Here’s what is becoming transparently obvious.  The fab-five are cooperating with the investigative unit of the OIG.  All five of them.

The text message release was strategic.  It was intended to substantiate the entire enterprise, put the ‘small group on notice’ and flush out the co-conspirators.  The downstream exits of Kortan, Laufman, Rybicki, McCabe et al are evidence therein.

Additionally, the OIG  (Horowitz) would want to keep the testimony of Page, Strzok, Ohr, Baker and Priestap away from the Democrat politicians, well known leakers, within the House Intelligence Committee (ie. Eric Swalwell and Adam Schiff) until he was certain their usefulness as witnesses was exhausted.

The reason for this is transparently simple.  The OIG is a division inside the Department of Justice.  During an internal investigation if the IG becomes aware of unlawful activity he/she is obligated to inform the AG (Sessions) or AAG (Rosenstein).  He can’t ignore it and he cannot delay notification of it.  Unlawful activity must be reported.

The IG does not have legal or prosecutorial authority – the IG must immediately refer unlawful activity to the proper authority; essentially to his boss.  A DOJ prosecutor is then assigned to work with the IG and essentially creates a parallel investigation focused only on the law-breaking part. [That prosecutor could, likely would, then begin a Grand Jury proceeding; no-one outside the AG, AAG, and that prosecutor’s office would know.]

The prior testimony/statements to the IG by the fab-five would explain why AAG Rod Rosenstein was negotiating with Devin Nunes, and why Nunes came away from those negotiations with wind in his investigative sails.

The DOJ (Rod Rosenstein) needs to wall-off the politics (Devin Nunes) from the ongoing investigation (DOJ-OIG-Prosecutor) to preserve the integrity of his advancing and  assembling case (including witness testimony). Understanding this, after a review of the FISA documents – Nunes dropped/postponed his demand for immediate testimony by the fab-five to the HPSCI.  [A record is already established]

As a person familiar with such specific investigative measures recently shared:

“They are sat down, told to not do anything, say anything or discuss anything UNTIL they get an attorney. At which time, the attorney is handed a letter from the investigating unit. That letter says in essence, this is how screwed you are. If you want to be less screwed you will sign this letter of cooperation and assist us. When we don’t need you, you sit there. When we do we will call you and you will provide what we need. Any deviation from this agreement lands you in jail for the full term.”

Additionally regarding Bruce and Nellie Ohr:

“The Republican memo states they turned over all their work and testified to someone that Bruce Ohr met with Christopher Steele and Steele was saying he didn’t want Trump in office. They didn’t testify to a Congressional committee, so it had to be the IG.”

All of the news and information coming forward, including the withdrawal of the request for the Democrat memo, aligns with a very specific fact pattern.  Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, James Baker, Bill Priestap, Bruce Ohr and likely Nellie Ohr, have cut some kind of deal with the IG for process leniency in exchange for cooperation.

The Five have provided the IG and the DOJ with sworn statements and testimony which is highlighted in investigative communication between the DOJ and Chairman Nunes; and we see snippets surfacing in the Nunes memo.

That perspective explains everything seen and not seen.

It is very likely the final investigative summary from the Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General (DOJ-OIG), Michael Horowitz, is going to be rather stunning and encompassing:

This also puts the Susan Rice email to herself in a more encompassing light.

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1,019 Responses to Someone’s Doing The DOJ and FBI Interrogations and It’s Not Congress…

  1. Phil Bacon says:

    Human impatience is a curse. When are we getting on with the tearing of sinews and the crushing of bone?

    Liked by 24 people

  2. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Great work as always, Sundance.

    And this post goes along with your series of posts about WHY and HOW things are coming out into the media.

    As I started to read the post, my first thought was “they talked to the IG.”

    Hopefully, in my mind, the IG leads to a 2nd special counsel. I think that will help our cause tremendously.

    Liked by 25 people

  3. HBD says:

    This thing has more twists than “Along Came A Spider”

    Liked by 6 people

  4. Amy1212 says:

    Great article, Sundance.

    Liked by 17 people

  5. Hmmm says:

    That would also explain the continued delays in the release of the report. Weren’t they talking about it being released last year? I seem to remember the release date being moved several times. I guess each time someone flips it delays things but time is on our side now.

    Liked by 13 people

  6. Sporty says:

    So does this mean Clinton and Obama are investing in depends?

    Liked by 4 people

  7. OceanaJones says:

    Wow! Outstanding! What are the possibilities of the OIG working with or sharing information with Special Investigator Mueller?

    Liked by 3 people

  8. simplewins says:

    It makes sense. That’s why the IG got the “deleted texts” so quickly.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. jmclever says:

    I had assumed those quotes were from previously released texts and other documents already known to Nunes.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Bacall says:

      I too made the assumption that the quotes came from texts or other documents that had not been released to the public yet. We can safely assume there is a great deal of additional documentary evidence from the writings and communications of the myriad persons involved in the Clinton email investigation, and the investigation of FISA abuses. I also thought that Baker was out, not just reassigned. Its hard to believe that all 5 witnesses are cooperating and for me a bit disappointing because then what the heck is the punishment for the multi-years of illegal activity conspiring against political opponents.

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  10. JessWokeUp says:

    From the Jan 29th, 2018 HPSCI Meeting transcript (page 6):
    Mr. Quigley: I just think it needs to be said that we are not interviewing anybody this week. We haven’t for a while. We have cancelled them.

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  11. The Rice email just might turn out to be the straw that breaks the back of the Big O. Too delicious.

    Liked by 22 people

  12. Risasi says:

    Brilliant. I think Sundance is on to something real good here…

    Liked by 10 people

  13. Ellen Lopez says:

    Amazing. Still praying. God bless you Sundance; your analysis is always comprehensive and comprehensible so that many concerned citizens have hope and faith that the truth will see the light for the benefit of all America (and the world!).

    Liked by 13 people

  14. georgiafl says:

    Is it possible that the 5-6 persons could be giving testimonies to a Grand Jury or the Mueller investigation?

    Or to all three?

    Liked by 12 people

  15. Jim in TN says:

    How do you cut a deal with an IG that has no prosecutorial power? Does the IG request assistance? Show his progress? Get approval from the upper echelons? Get a parallel prosecutorial process initiated?

    Liked by 5 people

    • jmclever says:

      Maybe there is a grand jury already in place?

      Liked by 5 people

      • lizzyp says:

        There are reportedly an awful lot of sealed federal indictments that have been building since late October. Hmmm. So maybe serveral grand juries.


      • Hmmm says:

        Goodlatte let it slip that there was a grand jury in place during an open session with Wray earlier this year (or late last year). The topic was the OIG report and he seemed to go out of his way to mention that there were 1.however many million documents and an active grand jury that would address some issue that they were discussing so they couldn’t discuss it further at that time. It was almost a throw away comment but it caught my attention because he went out of his way to be specific when he could have just said there was an investigation open.

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    • rf121 says:

      Because it is better for the IG to say you cooperated with the investigation versus the IG saying you were guilty of x,y,z.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Mk10108 says:

      Some guy named Sessions

      Liked by 6 people

    • Apollo says:

      That part is confusing me too. The scene with the letters and the attorney and the threat of jail—I’m not sure that’s happening under the IG’s aegis. But I guess there could be a quiet parallel investigation by someone empowered to prosecute?


    • Sharpshorts says:

      I too am under the impression that the IG doesn’t have the power to indict or to bring charges relative to any criminal activity…
      Rather, he makes recommendations (based on evidence that his office has gathered) to the AG, who does have those powers…

      What’s unclear to me is how much of the IG’s report is available to the AG (and thus POTUS) while the IG’s investigation(s) are still in progress and while the report is not yet delivered or declared finished?


    • joninmd22 says:

      However The AG or assistant AG can act on Horowitz’s recommendations even before the report is released. My bet is that each of the 5 little fish had a meeting as Sundance described and was offered a carrot 🥕 or a stick. These are the first people who’ll face the consequences of their actions and they’ll turn on the others, especially Hillary Clinton, in a heartbeat.

      Sigh. Looks like I’m going to be eating some crow on Session.


  16. jmclever says:

    This would also Wilson why there have been no leaks. It isn’t that Schiff has learned to be careful. He just hasn’t been included in the flow of information. Brilliant!

    Liked by 11 people

  17. Fantastic, persuasive analysis. What is coming is unbelievably immense.

    Liked by 15 people

  18. hoghead says:

    Some of the little swamp creatures are trying to get to higher ground to avoid the tidal wave of fecal matter that’s racing their way.

    Liked by 10 people

  19. FofBW says:

    All five! Maybe that is what PT meant when he said, “we got them”

    Liked by 18 people

  20. JoD says:

    The “fab-five” seem to be responsible for a shank of the alleged criminal behavior. If they are cooperating to minimize their liability, a deal must have been cut. Who are they flipping on?

    Liked by 5 people

  21. While I want to see all of them led away in cuffs now, it is worth waiting for the full IG report in order to make sure that all the necessary info is included in order to put away the big players (Obama, Clinton, Lynch, Rice, Brennan).

    And the longer it takes, the closer it is to the midterms…having indictments handed down in mid-August/early September would decimate the Ds in November!

    Liked by 13 people

  22. webgirlpdx says:

    So Bruce Ohr had been demoted ‘twice’ now. What’s it take to be sh!t canned from a government gig now days?

    Liked by 10 people

    • IdrinkLiberaltearsPDX says:

      I took from the article, the only reason BO is still working for the FBI, is due to his cooperation in IG Horowitz’s investigation. Great article Sundance.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Firefly says:

      Blow the whistle on corruption. As ed snowden pointed out the fbi/cia are fixated on wikileaks, snowden, person who leaked the tarmac meeting…


    • lizzyp says:

      The fact that Page, Strzok and Ohr are still employed is what makes this most believable to me. Seems like there are some very obvious, very good reasons to have fired all of them but if they’re cooperating they’d need to keep them close, wouldn’t they? It also contributes to the whole ‘Sessions is asleep and the rest of Team Trump is just pork stupid!’ impression that would be very advantageous to maintain when trapping a bunch of smug, superior elitists covering for ‘the smartest man in the room’.

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  23. georgiafl says:

    “And when the pie was opened, the birds began to sing…”

    Liked by 19 people

  24. wheatietoo says:

    Good catch, Sundance!

    In my defense, that Eric Swalwell creature is such a demon-spawn that I cannot stand to watch him for more than a few seconds.

    So, kudos to you for having the fortitude to watch him spew his poisonous missives.

    Liked by 20 people

  25. John Doe says:

    Wait…how does Susan Rice’s email to herself fit into this? Surely she hasn’t flipped too?

    Liked by 2 people

    • WSB says:

      She may have done so inadvertently. Rice copied her IT asistant, as well, for either filing or sending out to others.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Burmashave says:

        Lemme throw something at the wall. I automatically bcc myself in my emails so that I have copies on all my devices. What if Rice had a similar automatic cc to her IT assistant on her email for archiving purposes? Is it possible that Grassley is sending the message to Rice and those with whom she emailed that Grassley has all of her emails via Rice’s IT assistant. I’m prolly way off — just a thought.

        Liked by 2 people

        • BAM says:

          It’s a good thought!


        • Michael J. Machnica says:

          I sometimes do that Bcc thing to get an email on both the desktop & laptop. but not always.


        • WSB says:

          I don’t think you are off at all.

          I still think Rice may have had the IT assistant send this to a few people just to let them know they needed to guard their means and methods. I could be wrong, but if so, it was like splattering paint on Obama, Biden and Yates.

          So, Grassley publically puts absolutely wveryon on notice.


        • MaineCoon says:

          I also automatically bcc myself on all emails — unless I want the recipient to know I’m documenting the correspondence and them I blatantly just cc myself.


        • MaineCoon says:

          Maybe she had the fleeting thought that her file might get the BleachBit Treatment and figured that cc’ing IT would be her backup that couldn’t get the same treatment.


    • nor'easter says:

      She flipped when she hit “SEND”.
      She just didn’t know it then.
      She’s REALLY going to flip when she gets indicted, one way or another!!!


  26. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Curios to find out what bad news Schiff got that got him in front of camera stating he has “non public” proof of collusion and obstruction. Shocked me he is still willing to put his neck so cleanly on the chopping block. Must be scared Schiffless about what’s coming next.

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Gil says:

    What is “process leniency?” Cutting a deal with the IG is not the final word. Would they still not be criminally prosecuted despite what this process leniency includes?

    Liked by 1 person

  28. fleporeblog says:

    Folks I think Thomas Wictor hit it completely on the head with this thread! I think SD happens to agree.

    These two tweets are POWERFUL! Susan Rice purposely waited to 12:15 pm. That was 28 minutes after our President was sworn in. Barry lost his cover as well as Comey. Keep in mind the White House log for January 5th doesn’t show Yates and Comey coming to the White House that day.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      This does make some sense. I was puzzled a bit. At a time when she should have been clutching her philodendron, World’s Greatest Mom coffee mug, and family photo to her bosom and hustling out the door she stops to write an email about a meeting a couple weeks ago? Hmm…

      And then when you read it a few times, I further went hmmm…..this reeks.

      This is gonna get real, real good. Better than I ever imagined.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Lburg says:

      She realized on January 12th, 2017 when she read the footnote to Horowitz’s letter regarding the investigation of the FBI and DoJ that she’d better act in her own best interests.

      Remember, the last sentence of that footnote reads: “Finally, if circumstances warrant, the OIG will consider including other issues that may arise during the course of the review.”

      Gar-uhn-teed she knew that there would be ‘other issues’ found during the course of the review. Insurance policies….everyone in DC has one (or three).

      Liked by 2 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      I read this when Wictor posted it and it all makes sense, but you say the WH 1/5 log doesn’t reflect the referenced meeting. I haven’t seen the WH log….Did you see it? How is that going to play in to all of this?

      Liked by 2 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        I didn’t see it but Katika referenced it. It would be devastating that they hide the meeting from the log. I think Barry, Yates, Biden and Comey had to be shocked when this was revealed a few days ago. It completely kills their narrative.

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  29. magacombover says:

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  30. ozarkhitman says:

    Good article ! Until…….. You ask yourself ???
    Mmmmmm. Where was Rosenstein for 15 years???. Where was Mueller for 20 years. Did they just get honest? Hell no they are cornered the only reason they may be turning!!!;!!

    Liked by 1 person

    • steph_gray says:

      I’ve always kept in mind the possibility that Mueller and Rosenstein simply see no other way out than cooperating.

      Not black or white hats. Checkered caps – for their checkered pasts.

      Liked by 2 people

  31. missilemom says:

    I want to see Eric Holder and Sally Yates included in the list of who goes down.

    Liked by 9 people

  32. yakmaster2 says:

    I saw Tucker’s interview with Schiff’s mini-me, Swalwell, and he must be dumb as a brick not to realize the OIG has cooperating witnesses on Nunes’ list. If the Committee does publicly interview them after the IG’s report, they would have to tell the truth, but I’m positive the Dems on that Committee would try to spin their testimony to justify or downplay their actions.

    It might be better to let those who’ve cooperated be burned by their OIG testimony and just let that stand. Just refer them to DOJ for prosecution on criminal activites. Maybe that’s Nunes’ thinking or maybe not. Regardless, there are other dominoes yet to fall in this whole nasty business!

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  33. Margaret Berger says:

    I wanted blood and I wanted it right away. Now, I think about the criminals on the outside who haven’t made deals and are watching the drip, drip, drip and wondering when the shoe will drop and I kinda like it. Bet a bunch of them are reading this blog to try and find out what is known.

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  34. chojun says:

    This would suggest that the small group investigation is nearing a close.

    The Susan Rice email is the opening of the door into the White House.

    I think Comey and John Brennan are screwed. The Mueller investigation is likely to close very soon.

    Then, people will start asking what Obama knew and when did he know it?

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  35. ForGodandCountry says:

    SD –

    I’m waiting on your piece about Mueller’s Motion for Protective Order today, giving all of “the text messages between Strzok-Page mentioning Flynn or around the time of Strzok-Flynn Interview on January 24, 2017. I’m sure Horowitz has the texts & has given them to the Mueller team. Starting today, Flynn will have access to this evidence for his defense”.

    I believe actions here are linked to Horowtiz’s investigations and the timing of the release of his report.

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  36. georgiafl says:

    It’s better this way – takes the political angle out of it.

    The office of the Inspector General is not political and though hindered, remained untouched by Obama, Inc.

    The Justice Department/FBI/CIA and part of the Judiciary were tainted by Obama and his crew of partisan political pugilists. It will take years to restore the credibility of those agencies and courts.

    Liked by 6 people

    • georgiafl says:

      Besides, Congressional Investigations are ‘clouds without rain, blown along by the wind; autumn trees, without fruit and uprooted–twice dead.’ (Jude 1:12)

      Liked by 2 people

    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      Those agencies were corrupted for 24 years – not just 8.
      WJC fired all of the sitting US Attorneys the first day he was in office.
      Eight years of Clinton, then Bush W did not purge all of Clinton’s appointees to appear to be bi-partisan (a lot of good that did him).
      Finally we have 8 years of obomination.

      Liked by 4 people

    • yucki says:

      Yep, he frees it of political muck. But the follow-thru will be tough.
      A prosecutor will have to set things before a jury pool that’s not polluted. Shop an honest presiding judge.
      Won’t be a knife thru butter.

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  37. OceanaJones says:

    So when do you think Humpty Dumpty is going to have his great fall?

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  38. jambo says:

    Viewed through the OIG prism all the current covfefe is just to raise the public consciousness of what will be in Horowitz’s report.
    The Nunes memo, Grassley/Graham memo, the drip of the Page/Strzok emails gets the names of the players out there, gets people asking ‘what if they did’, gets people like Kimmel talking about issues they would not ordinarily go near.

    Latest Rasmussen has 50% of people thinking that “senior federal law enforcement officials broke the law in an effort to prevent Donald Trump from winning the presidency”.

    Get that up to 75% by the Horowitz release and the momentum will be unstoppable.

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  39. Sylvia Avery says:

    Does anyone know if these five are actually still reporting to the office every day to sit at a spare desk in misery, watching the clock while coworkers avoid them like the plague and whisper about them in the corridors?

    That would be awful, indeed, but I’d really prefer to think of them incarcerated in some black site somewhere, with a baloney sandwich for lunch, and a “box” where they are “sweated” by expert interrogators, maybe even waterboarded.

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  40. BillRiser says:

    Here is the real picture of SUNDANCE best sniffer in the business!

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  41. Burmashave says:

    I feel like David Bowman in Arthur Clarke’s _2001: A Space Odyssey_ as he clears the star gate:

    My gosh, it’s full of stars.

    Given the supposition that these 5 are cooperating, there is no need to hurry. Perhaps there would be no need for a second special prosecutor as the evidence would be sufficient for the DOJ to move directly to indictments and grand juries. The cooperation of these five would also explain some of the behavior we’ve seen from Sessions, Wray and possibly Rosenstein.

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  42. asdf says:

    It’s interesting how much theories on our side of the isle are coming to resemble the other side’s : people being flipped, big things on the way, impatience, etc…

    When they said Ohr “handed over” his wife’s research, was that just to come clean, or was it for the FBI to use?

    The Priestab mention is the more curious to me, because it seems less likely to have been in the documents Gowdy reviewed, more likely a direct answer to a direct question…

    I also think Nunes thought the memo would make more of an impact. He didn’t count on the Dems to just lie more about what the application says. ( See Cuomo’s interview with Jordan today. )

    The cancelling of interviews must mean something good for our side though. Great post, as always

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    • Bakokitty says:

      That is critical fault the Republicans keep making over and over. They failed to believe Or count on the a Democrat s will yet again, lie, cheat, make up fake information, or produce false evidence.
      This foolish behavior is akin to Charlie Brown believing Lucy will play fair…this time . And he gets dumped on the ground yet again.
      This fatal stupidity by the Congressional investigations needs to stop right now, this weakness will be the literal death of our country if they can’t stand like patriots, like men who gave us this country “if we could keep it”. Time to put on their big boy pants and do the work of a man!


      • lizzyp says:

        I’m not so sure it was a mistake. I think the Nunes memo was intended to be a light intro designed to get public interest up. Remember the Grassley/ Graham referral had already been sent, it just wasn’t public yet. The Dems reacted with utterly predictable wailing and gnashing of teeth and lies. Then the pre-existing G/G referral is partially declassified and backs up much of the Nunes memo. Meanwhile the Dems are stuck in a loop of ‘we said we were going to prove it was lies but now we can’t make those claims because Grassley pre-refuted them!’ There are already reporters that aren’t conservative who have noticed G/G’s less classified content. you can bet they’ll compare that to the Dem memo whenever it comes out, and I suspect that a couple will notice any inconsistencies.

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        • Bakokitty says:

          I hope you are right, but I fear the Democrats news reporters are so far committed to the Democratic talking points that they will twist the point to keep the Democrats in power . They have carried that water too long.


  43. EbonyRapror says:

    If there is one takeaway from all this drama over the past year it’s that there is even more subterfuge and misdirection in real life DC politics than in Hollywood thrillers. And to think the left who worship the movie industry is missing the best cloak and dagger story in our lifetimes. Hilarious!

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  44. SamlAdams says:

    If your hypothesis is correct, then these five, even the most senior, must have information sufficient to go up several levels. Otherwise just pull in the lowest level and squeeze them.

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  45. covfefe999 says:

    This made me laugh out loud: Lisa Page is doing something; Bruce Ohr and James Baker are holding down chairs somewhere;

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  46. Concerned Virginian says:

    Thank you so much, Sundance. Amazing work!
    i have two questions:
    First, does the fact that Susan Rice’s email was sent at 12:15PM on January 20, 2017, mean that she in essence threw Barack Obama under the bus?
    Second, can one assume that the “fab five” who are cooperating are ALSO under 24/7 armed guard and/or in the Witness Protection Program so the CLINTONMACHINE/DEEPSTATE Hit Unit doesn’t “correct the situation”?

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  47. Doppler says:

    Does anyone know whether any of these DOJ/FBI witnesses were involved in the Uranium One investigation? I believe Rod Rosenstein was US Attorney in Maryland when the first indictment related to that was issued.

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    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      There is a one hour clip of Dr. Jerome Corsi on YouTube going through the Uranium One saga. Mueller was FBI Director and Rosenstein was involved big time. The evidence of the Russian bribery was covered up so that the committee voting on it had no clue.

      Thank Bill Clinton for that, too. WJC and some big shot investor went to Kazakhstan and made a deal for their primo uranium. Mr. Putin gets ticked off to the max, which is why Russia went through all that trouble for getting control of that company. Putin knows that the Clinton’s are for sale to the highest bidder.

      I venture to say that if those Kazakhstan officials had not made that deal with those two, Vlad would not have bothered with America’s 20%. That just got included the way things played out. Can anyone fix me up with a meeting with him so that I can ask him myself?


  48. Tim says:

    Why is rosenstien even in house or senate tvestigation they r investigatind the dossia not russia


  49. says:

    I’m going to the store now and double my supply of popcorn and get a third air popper. This is going to be good. I see a sick day coming the day this report hits the internet. Can’t wait to see what MSDNC, CNN et al have to say. Chris Mathews may break down on the air? Maddow may commit ritual Hari Kari live. This is going to be good!

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