Behind The Sanctimonious Tweets James Comey Has a Very Serious Book Problem…

For over three months there’s been an 800lb gorilla in the corner of the discussion desperately being avoided by an incurious corporate media.

In the fall of 2017 Fusion-GPS founder Glenn Simpson and Clinton-Steele Dossier author Christopher Steele were in frequent media stories.  However, on December 2nd 2017 the first outline of previously invisible FBI Agent Peter Strzok and FBI Attorney Lisa Page hit the headlines.

Pete and Lisa were soon joined by other previous DOJ/FBI invisibles like Bruce Ohr, Nellie Ohr, Jim Rybicki, James Baker and ‘he-who-shall-not-be-named’. Eventually the ripple effect expanded to include David Laufman (DOJ) and Mike Kortan (FBI).

However, one thing has been brutally missing throughout the three months…. there’s been no media interviews or statements by anyone.

Additionally, in a rather odd dynamic there’s no appetite by any media to get any of the names on record,… for anything…. not.a.word. Not a single satellite truck outside any house. No-media knocking on doors for comment(s). No TV pundits seeking ‘exclusive’ interviews to set the record straight, etc. It’s as if everyone in the DOJ/FBI ‘small group’ is carrying an Ebola virus that destroys healthy narrative cells.

Nothing.

Nada.

Zylch.

Not a single Washington beat journalist writing a sentence about any of the crew to include any actual statement or inquisitive question of them. Nothing. Pete, Lisa, Bruce, Nellie, Jim, James, Bill, David, Mike, Andy… nothing. All of them collectively create the silence of an 800lb gorilla sitting ‘over there’ while the incurious media look away.

Think carefully about this. There’s not even a comment to say “no comment”.

Reverse the politics and ask yourself if the media would intentionally avoid questioning the White House staff if Adam Schiff was speaking their names and executive office staff was demoted, removed, reassigned, investigated, forcibly-retired or quit without notice. Do you think media would just as similarly avoid trying to interview them?

….And along comes the political sanctimony of James Comey. With a book to sell… and an incurious media.

Oh sure, Comey has his defenders. However, there’s a battalion of people inside the DOJ and FBI who would love nothing more than a few moments of uninterrupted interrogation time with the lying liar who lies.

How’s the need to ignore the 800lb gorilla going to work with a simultaneous book tour?

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686 Responses to Behind The Sanctimonious Tweets James Comey Has a Very Serious Book Problem…

  1. I wonder if we will hear later on that Comey was granted immunity early on by Mueller/ Rothenstein . It would not surprise me at all , especially in light of Comey’s goofy “catbird seat “ behavior since fired , and this will disappoint a lot of honest people , but that is par for the course – insiders ALWAYS find ways to protect other insiders. A withdrawal/ return from the DC “Favor Bank” to a “deserving” insider . But we will see , I guess .

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    • f.fernandez says:

      NFW does either Mueller or Rosenstein offer immunity to Comey as that would appear as a coverup. Besides Horowitz is investigating the FBI/DOJ, not Mueller/Rosenstein. His findings of criminality would be seperate from Russia investigation.

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      • RJ says:

        So, if the IG’s report comes out before little Georgie throws softballs to Comey on his show, should we expect a cancellation of the grand interview on April 17th?

        Answer: “You betcha!”

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        • chojun says:

          Yes. Comey and his publisher have a very serious problem. Ostensibly Comey’s book is about ethical leadership. Regardless of the timing of the IG report, Comey is going to look like a complete buffoon. Since the topic of the book will likely be in conflict with the IG report he likely has to play the clueless-and-inept card.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            The book was a perfectly timed payoff to shut up about Hillary and commit to a narrative that helps her. Nothing more, nothing less. You can BET that Hillary reviewed Comey’s book to insure that it has a “proper” narrative.

            When you deal with the book-media complex, you deal with HILLARY. When you ACCEPT a deal with the book-media complex, you ACCEPT a deal with HILLARY.

            This is why patriots never accept book deals until the hostile anti-American subjects of the books are IN JAIL or have MOAR MISSILES pointed at them.

            Or BOTH. 😉

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            • Mr. T. says:

              You give way too much authority to Hillary. Maybe you haven’t noticed, but although she’s not completely shut up, she’s quieted down a lot and unless she’s completely clueless, she’s worried as is Billy Bob, about that I.G. investigative report that’s coming out. Sessions also has his people taking another look at the Clinton and Huma email mess and at the Clinton Foundation. I don’t know what’s going to happen down the road, but I seriously doubt that any or all of it is going to be swept under the carpet this time around, especially since the players responsible for doing that the first time around, are no longer in a position of authority to hinder the current investigations.

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                I agree that she is legally in trouble, but she has NOT given up. Her near-silence is SMART PLAY. She has an entire world of globalists behind her, and they are playing for keeps. The big ugly is going to be uglier. MANY dead kids. I am not kidding.

                The stakes are getting bigger, but she still has numerous ways out of this. Her escapes all rely on culture war shaping politics, and relentless play by forces outside the legal. DWS and names we don’t know just made one heck of a move for her – as strong as the OIG. Have you seen it? The play is on level 2 now. NOT level one.

                This is now Trump-level. We will have to work hard and play on all levels.

                Until this morning, I agreed with you about the following:

                especially since the players responsible for doing that the first time around, are no longer in a position of authority to hinder the current investigations.

                Technically, this may be true, but I realized this morning that McCabe left a LOT of damage in FBI, and the Dems have moved to a mass murder strategy, using McCabe forces in FBI who only need to fail a few more times.

                TRILLIONS of dollars.

                In essence, they’re holding kids hostage to divert the IG from Hillary. It is BRILLIANT and EVIL.

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                • Wolfmoon, you are 100% correct. The game has moved to mass killings and making the FBI the big problem and public opion will move accordingly.

                  IMO, the Elites have target assets waiting for the command. God help the kids and families that will be destroyed over this evil need for power.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  The thing is, we’re going to WIN. I just figured this out. Their M.O. in these mass killings is STARK and PREDICTABLE. If we’re lucky, we bust them for Florida whoops I mean Broward County whoops I mean DWS before the next one. If not, we absolutely NAIL them for the next one.

                  We know WHERE. (DEEP BLUE). We know WHO. (DNC/FBI). We know WHY. (DODGE THE NEEDLE). There will be SIGNATURE. It’s a CONSPIRACY. It is RICO. It is PREDICTABLE.

                  All we have to do is say NO GUN CONTROL beyond DUE PROCESS on ACTUAL THREATS found by LEOs in SCHOOLS that we PROTECT with GUNS. Very simple.

                  While we do this, we get ALL PEOPLE’S VEGAS FORCES ON FLORIDA. I think DWS will go down. We have DNC on RICO here, IMO. DWS will have to sing to avoid the needle.

                  Meanwhile,

                  PREDICT THE NEXT BLUE MURDER ZONES.

                  WE HAVE THEIR M.O.

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                • peace says:

                  How does she get this POWER? She’s an old lady grandma, in poor health, with a hubby who can’t stand her, and doesn’t hold an office for granting favors. I’m thinking her POWER has gone away.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Hillary is an evil puppet on life support – a medical wreck whose only true power is her evil hold on so many who go down if she goes down – or so they think. Don’t let her poor health fool you – she is the nexus of corruption. which is a large, dangerous, evil blob around her.

                  Think of a giant ant nest – venomous fire ants – with new queens, new princes, and plans to survive. She is the old, tired queen – by the exact same rules.

                  The same or a similar species rules in China, North Korea, and elsewhere. They want the whole planet.

                  We don’t just fight the queen – we fight THE NEST.

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              • Beigun says:

                Takes a ‘Bama Possum to catch the Clinton Crows!

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              • Lucille says:

                Hillary isn’t worried. She’s seething. She doesn’t think like you and me. She doesn’t worry. She’s invincible. She may have lost an election, but she doesn’t view it as “lost” but as “stolen” and that fuels her anger. The woman is certifiable.

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              • MTK says:

                Maybe the deal is Obama stakes if the Clinton’s get hit with thee ol book.

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    • NYCTH says:

      Does that immunity include Horrowitz’s probe?

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      • CorwinAmber says:

        there is no way you can tell an IG not to inspect something…let me bore ya with an anecdote: my team was visiting an Army lab one day and we were being given an orientation tour by the commander. As we strolled thru the restricted areas, the commander offhandedly pointed towards a door and said we couldn’t go in there since “it had nothing to do with the inspection”…my colonel immediately perked up and demanded to see this inner sanctum, and the rest is history (or classified, take your pick, but I digress). If the commander had demurred, I guarantee the next call would have been to the Secretary of the Army who could have told us not to go in there, but I doubt it). I always carried a letter of introduction with me signed by SECARMY which said I was authorized to go anywhere and see anything at any level of information security classification (and for those nit-pickers out there, yes, there were always “need to know” qualifiers, but if I effectively made my case to the boss, I would eventually gain access, but once more I digress). Bottom line: since we were not conducting a criminal investigation, we could not be forbidden to look at anything that belong to the Department of the Army…I am certain it is the same way in DOJ – the harder you try to block access, the more interested we become…just the nature of the “game”. But, hey, what do I know?

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        • Viso Latte says:

          Maybe in the old Army. New Army is all about the narrative. Openly gay general officers, DA offices with red welcome mats and sole source contracts for connected contractors.

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          • Mr. T. says:

            Viso Latte, Obama isn’t president anymore. Many of his buttkissers at the Pentagon have or are currently being dealt with. General Mattis is a White Hat. He doesn’t play the game of go along to get along like the Obamanites did. He was made the Secretary of Defense because he’s the right person to get the leadership for all branches of our military back in shape. He has the final say as to who goes and who stays. There’s been a good number of resignations and retirements of the brass after he took over, as well as a good number of reassignments of personnel at the Pentagon. It’s going to continue until that house is totally cleaned.

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            • Beigun says:

              Will take several Administrations to rebuild the military.
              Still flying the same B-52s that Dad flew during “Crome Dome.”
              All of the Navy ships’ backbone, AEGIS, where started in the Reagan years, same with Air Force B-2, B-1, F-15, F-16. Just like after Vietnam, but only worse as the never-ending conflict has lasted much longer. There wasn’t a Navy ship at Pearl Harbor for pass in review by USS Arizona last 7 Dec for the first time…not enough ships! And the ones that are at sea have shown classic symptoms of a Fleet-wide breakdown, and the same with aircraft readiness being the lowest in decades and the USAF needing to recall retired pilots for the first time since when? But the strategy is to “fly anywhere, sail anywhere international law allows” while the nation runs bankrupt due mainly to massive trade deficits with Asia for decades. America is heading for a Paradigm Shift in foreign policy, driven by economics of America First.

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              • CorwinAmber says:

                now don’t get me started, but I just read that Army basic training will eliminate the requirement to be able to hurl a hand grenade at least 25 meters…which, considering the blast radius for your typical G881 frag grenade is 15 meters, doesn’t seem to be a lot to ask for mere self-preservation, but what do I know? Methinks it has something to do with the fairer sex (though I’ve known some female softball players who could throw a softball thru a brick wall, but I digress), but this refusal to confront the necessity for hand-to-hand combat will be our downfall at some point IMHO

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                • AM says:

                  Israel has universal draft — but the women are never in combat positions. 100% support positions to free men for combat/high security roles. Only Russia and Israel have ever tried, but it was disaster. Women simply are physically weaker and it shows up when counts. Women even get hurt more frequently. It takes a genetic freak of a woman to meet with the average strength of a man and that woman must stay in tip top shape.

                  That we’re even playing around with women in combat is a symptom of how fantasy driven we are as society. There’s the “soft” evidence that surrounds us daily (watch Netflix’s Ultimate Beastmaster for that woman Beastmaster (not)) and the “hard” evidence that was hard won in the 20th century by Israel and Russia. So frustrating.

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                • MGBSE says:

                  Is it true that the 1st Female Cadet of the year – once West Point went coed – had her gear driven to the top of the hill while male cadets carried their gear on their back?

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        • Mr. T. says:

          You can get that I.G. Horowitz’s investigation covered areas that Sally Yates tried to place off limits, right after she was fired by President Trump and Sessions was sworn in as A.G..

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Immunity deals are revoked every day. I suspect that as the investigation has unfolded, and the scope of Comey’s deeds have been revealed, any deal made will be removed from the table.

      Hell, we’re talking at minimum: leaking of secret government documents to 3rd parties and the media, perjury, illegal surveillance, obstruction of justice in the Clinton e-mail investigation, his role in unmasking of FISA targets, and other MATTERS that may have yet to be made public.

      The public wouldn’t stand for a total grant of immunity.

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      • Zippy says:

        “The public wouldn’t stand for a total grant of immunity.”

        Pffft!!! 90% or more of “the public” have no clue what’s ACTUALLY going on with this very complex subject. However, give them a sex scandal and they’re all over it.

        How do you think we’ve gotten to this point? Too many people judge the general public to be just like their CHOSEN friends and the commenters in the reason and fact based forums that they have CHOSEN to frequent, forums filled with a higher than normal percentage of those skilled in the process of fact-based analysis and critical thought. MOST of “the public” isn’t like that. 50% are on the left side of IQ bell curve and even high IQ individuals if not skilled in critical thought are effectively idiots – “ivory tower idiots” and the .

        Next, add the MSM’s bias exposed (as if it needed to be) in this column and the fact that according to a recent study 6 out of 10 Americans only read news headlines and then pass them on to their e-friends and you have a propagandist’s utopia.

        “Despite the favorable opinions of undergraduates and alumni, a closer look at the record…shows that colleges and universities, for all the benefits they bring, accomplish far less for their students than they should… Many cannot reason clearly or perform competently in analyzing complex, non-technical problems, even though faculties rank CRITICAL THINKING as the primary goal of a college education…Most have never taken a course in quantitative reasoning or acquired the knowledge needed to be a reasonably informed citizen in a democracy.” – Derek Bok, former 20 year president of HARVARD University in his book “Our Underachieving Colleges”

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      • Lizzyp says:

        Aren’t Immunity Agreements predicated on the grantor’s ability to revoke the deal if it becomes obvious that the recipient lied, hid information, omitted information or was in any way less than fully forthcoming?

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    • B Woodward says:

      There are already reports that Mueller gave his best friend Comey an immunity deal, a get out of jail free pass for all of his felony crimes.

      https://truepundit.com/exclusive-doj-brass-says-comey-struck-insider-immunity-deal-with-mueller-to-avoid-criminal-charges/
      A high-ranking Justice Department official believes Special Counsel Robert Mueller has granted a complete get-out-of-jail-free-card deal for disgraced FBI Director James Comey: A coveted immunity deal in exchange for cooperating as a key witness. “The immunity is a done deal,” a Justice Department source said. “Mueller can do whatever he wants. We (Justice) have no say but after many years working criminal cases I know Comey has been given immunity. You can tell by the way he is acting now and the fact that Mueller has kept us in the dark about his investigation.”

      Comey’s likely deal insulates him against prosecution for his role in:

      Leaking other government documents to third parties including the media
      Inconsistencies in testimony that rise to the level or perjury
      Any role he played in the illegal surveillance or wiretapping of Trump during the election
      Any other crimes Comey may have committed during his tenure as FBI director, including his role in quashing the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
      His role in unmasking Trump, Trump insiders and other Americans from FISA warrant intelligence
      Any violations of FBI employment ethics that would nullify pension benefits.

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    • skip says:

      how about immunity from Military Tribunals? Don’t forget the EO dated 12/21/17 the effectively declared a “National Emergency” Battalion of MP’s activated, I believe, in Dec 2017 ? Big planes flying into GITMO. I Think President Trump is one or two steps ahead on these Murderers. Don’t forget all the Dead bodies lying around. We must not forget about Traitor 44 either=Controller.

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    • TPW says:

      This AM saw Nunes on a show with SA……..Nunes.said they….Congress….could not do anything to bring charges for the unmasking and FISA criminality ……and when SA said that charges would have to be brought by the offending parties…. they both nodded in agreement that it was probably not going to happen………If Sessions does not prosecute those within the DOJ and FBI then will everyone finally agree that he needs to go…………

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    • Carrie2 says:

      nycjoe, I consider with full faith in Trump that not one of the scum will escape from punishment and we are seeking that it be done on the gallows! They may think “insiders” can do stuff, but remember Trump is OUR CEO/EXECUTIVE with mighty powers that even Congress doesn’t like to think or talk about this.

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    • Does he even have the authority and power to grant immunity to anyone?

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    • Craigger says:

      If he lied about anything after being granted immunity it can be revoked.
      Same goes for Huma, Cheryl Mills, their IT staff at Platt River.
      This is going to make a great movie.

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    • Judy says:

      I read on True Pundit that Mueller gave immunity to Comey early on about everything…..Hillary’s emails the works. Leaking, lying to our President and under oath Mueller has him covered.

      IT IS UTTERLY DISGUSTING.

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  2. f.fernandez says:

    We should actually thank God there WAS a compulsion for all the deep state black hats to get in on Operation Trump. They left a paper/electronic trail a mile wide making it easier to root them all out.

    The same NSA tools used against DJT are now being used legally to ferret out all the supporting info needed to indict these people. You know on something this big there has to be texts/emails going all the way up to BHO.

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      • Donzo says:

        Yes, but they almost won if not for a few thousand voters in key states.

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        • dalethorn says:

          California is a state that needs an auditable voting system. Fix that and it will fix a huge percentage of the national voting problem.

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          • G. Combs says:

            I was talking to a guy who is running for Court of Appeals here in NC (He knows Rosey and mulehead and his comments are not repeatable in polite company…)

            This guy said 22 out of the 100 counties in North Carolina had MORE VOTERS than ADULT RESIDENCES!!!!

            WHY don’t these spineless Rebooblicans fight this crap???
            NC Gov McCrory lost by 10,293, less than 0.2% of the votes. (That is less than 500 votes in each of those 22 counties.) Of Course he lost to the State Attorney General who would be over voter fraud….

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            • Don'tMessWithTeas says:

              Within the next couple of months, there will be 2 published audits, one by Homeland Security, showing voter fraud and how PDJT won the popular vote by a landslide. Keep the heat on the topic and I think you will be pleased at what has been discovered. The next questions, as always, will be what is going to be done about it? We get to that step and no one seems to have the courage to make legit changes.

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            • Mark McQueen says:

              County Clerks are responsible for voter registration and voter rolls. They are elected officials. Your County Government is a good place for concerned citizens to start.

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              • Mark McQueen says:

                Illinois requires purging of voter rolls every 2 years. Many counties avoid this by claiming not enough money to do it, and they get away with it. Who’s responsible for County Office budgets? Your County Govt.

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                • Carrie2 says:

                  Mark, sad because they are already overpaid but just follow what keeps them hired and working and are probably definitely all democrats because probably required to get a job in ILL. So many swamps to drain, but we will get them drained.

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                • Mark McQueen says:

                  Well…Hillary carried 11 out of 102 Counties in Ill. but yes, the problems are in the heavily Democrat Counties.

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            • NaciEagle says:

              Mitch McConnell – only after Repubs rid themselves of the poisonous leader can there be unity

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            • dalethorn says:

              Oh yeah – we have a huge problem. If the Trump vote were not so MUCH bigger than Hillary’s then the fraud would have beaten us.

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          • georgiafl says:

            Reposting this great comment (didn’t copy link)

            Simicharmed says: February 17, 2018 at 6:00 pm

            Honestly folk…I’m actually worried about the abundance of illegal aliens who are voting (cancelling your vote and mine), TRULY INTERFERING IN OUR ELECTIONS, than I have ever been worried about this Russia BS!

            Making the Voting Process in THIS NATION Fully Legitimate is my only concern in these matters! Period! Trolls from Russia or any other Country is secondary in the Matters. Politicians scheming and accepting money from Foreign entities occurred and still occurs yet we crickets…

            As it is now, more than half the Nation requires not much to cast a Vote in an election – Pretty much a body or name can “vote”. As of 2016, only SEVEN (7) States had a Solid requirement for Photo ID’s to vote! See Below –

            NO ID Required-
            1) California, 2) Illinois, 3) Iowa, 4) Maine, 5) Maryland, 6) Massachusetts, 7) Minnesota, 8) Nebraska, 9) Nevada, 10) New Jersey, 11) New Mexico, 12) New York, 13) North Carolina, 14) Oregon, 15) Pennsylvania, 16) Vermont, 17) West Virginia, 18) Wyoming, 19) Washington D.C.

            Non-Strict NON-PHOTO ID Required-
            20) Alaska, 21) Arkansas, 22) Colorado, 23) Connecticut, 24) Delaware, 25) Kentucky, 26) Missouri, 27) Montana, 28) New Hampshire, 29) Oklahoma, 30) South Carolina, 31) Utah, 32) Washington

            Non-Strict PHOTO ID Required-
            33) Alabama, 34) Florida, 35) Hawaii, 36) Idaho, 37) Louisiana, 38) Michigan, 39) Rhode Island,
            40) South Dakota, 41) Texas

            Strict NON-PHOTO ID Required-
            42) Arizona, 43) North Dakota, 44) Ohio

            Strict PHOTO ID Required-
            45) Georgia, 46) Indiana, 47) Kansas, 48) Mississippi, 49) Tennessee, 50) Virginia, 51) Wisconsin

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            • Sayit2016 says:

              We can fix that QUICK– the states can do what they want but the FED law should be in place that registration and ID is required for every FEDERAL election. NO ID/REGISTRATION no VOTE.

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            • Michael J. Machnica says:

              In upstate NY, we have to sign our name in the voter roll book, comparing to the name signed previously. Our local Board of Elections is pretty good. From what goes on in NYC, I believe that their process may be different. After the voter rolls are cleaned up, it should be MANDATORY that states use voting machines that also store a paper copy of the ballot cast. We have machines like that here in WNY.

              A totally electronic system (touch screen) with a million lines of proprietary code can NEVER be trusted or relied on. There were reports in the last election about isolated instances of individual votes going to the wrong candidate and it being blamed on a “screen calibration error” or some nonsense. I received word during the election of someone voting in one of the NYC boroughs that witnessed some irregularity. I relayed some voter fraud alert info to them. I forgot if was was being run by Roger Stone, Infowars or Breitbart.

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              • David says:

                You’re right! I’ve designed commercial products with touch screens. It’s easy to calibrate them to register your finger touch in a different location on the screen. Press “Republican” and the vote appears for “Democrat.”

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            • dalethorn says:

              Awesome post – thank you!!

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          • Willie Elbel says:

            As I recall Federal voting supervision was imposed on Texas due to civil rights violations.
            Can a similar supervision be imposed on California for automatic voter registration when drivers licenses are issued to illegals?

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    • Johnny says:

      Absolutely

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    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      That is what occurred to me back when the WH was being staffed early in the administration. I thought about letting the neocons into the WH, letting them get comfortable and relaxed until they think they are OK and let their guard down.
      That would be the most effective way to find out the operatives that have been buried in the bureaucracy for years.
      http://www.jpost.com/Blogs/Think-With-Me/Trump-and-the-Hatchet-Man-Maneuver-504661

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  3. Johnny says:

    Comey has not sat down and wrote a book. His so called book is nothing but socialist propaganda being wrote in his name. This nothing but deep state traitors trying to get a line of defense set up to try and save their necks from a noose, because of the treason they have committed.
    This only cements the fact that Mueller is crooked as hell. Mueller no doubt has given Comey complete immunity, or Comey would not in any way legally jeopardize himself by putting evidence in writing.

    Furthermore as people has posted down this thread, the money Comey is being paid up front is his cut for the treason he has committed for Obama and Hillary.

    There is no way Mueller would let Comey write a book unless he knew exactly what the narrative would be. After all Comey is the reason Mueller was appointed, at least that is the cover they used to launch the Special Counsel, without naming one crime.

    Comey has been paid his 30 pieces of silver and Mueller is raking in his payoff per the taxpayers.

    All of this was designed to cover for the coupe
    They were trying to pull off, and to destroy and hide evidence that half of Congress, the Judicial Branch, Obama, and Hillary are traitors to the Constitution and our Country. The evidence of the espionage committed by Hillary setting up a pay to get access to a personal server with all that highly classified material.

    Every part of the government in DC is rotten to the core and the disease has spread into the heart of our country, the medicine that will be prescribed to eradicate said disease will be extremely bitter to half of this country. Some will take the medicine, but others will refuse.

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    • Sam Dennis says:

      Comey already disclosed his knowledge in his idiotic Confidential Memos of his meetings with Trump, apparently not realizing his memos as FBI Director are legitimate work product and the property of the FBI.

      Comey’s actions regarding the Hillary Clinton email fiasco have been well publicized and out-there for all to see.

      Comey reeks of conflict of interest and illegality.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “Comey has not sat down and wrote a book. His so called book is nothing but socialist propaganda being wrote in his name…..”

      You completely missed it Johnny. Comey could care less about that book. It will end up at the dump poluting the landfill. What counts is ” “Comey reportedly received an advance in excess of $2 million for his book…”

      Comey’s non-investigation of Hillary netted him over $2 million in ‘legal’ bribe money.

      Flatiron Books, the publisher, is owned by Macmillan Publishers Ltd an international publishing company owned by Holtzbrinck Publishing. Holtzbrinck Publishing Group is a privately-held Stuttgart-based company. Founded by Georg von Holtzbrinck in 1948 right after WWII.

      These are the people feeding our kids Progressive CRAP in school!

      Holtzbrinck Publishing Group and BC Partners announce agreement to merge majority of Macmillan Science and Education with Springer Science+Business Media
      Annette Thomas, CEO of Macmillan Science and Education:
      “We created the Macmillan Science and Education group two years ago and have been focused on transforming the way we work in order to better meet the needs of researchers, teachers and students. It’s a tremendously exciting time to be working in the sector as we enter a new, globally connected and collaborative age. Put simply, technological change means that we can better fulfil our founding purpose – to connect those with information to those who want to learn and discover more – in new and myriad ways. Taking a progressive, innovative and bold approach that challenges the status quo, our aim has been to combine world-class content with world-class technology solutions, whilst putting the customer experience at the centre of what we do. I’m very excited to now have the opportunity not only to continue to realise our ambitions, but to amplify our impact and accelerate our progress as a member of Derk Haank’s team going forward.”

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      • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

        Publishers like that are why I taught from my head and not from a book. Yes I taught the standards, just not by a book.

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      • Johnny says:

        You might missed my remark about his 30 pieces of silver for his part in the plot. The reason I said Comey did not write a book is because he has already been paid.

        I think others are writing the book for a narrative.

        I could be wrong though, but I see it that way and believe your comment is along the same lines I am thinking.

        You do say it way more eloquently than I.

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          I understood you, and I tend to agree.

          Mr. Curtains is incapable of transmitting clear, coherent words. It’s not that he’s unintelligent – he’s just mental. If his Twatter is any indication, he’s incapable of anything greater than word salads consisting of platitudes and parseltongue – and even those thoughts are generally borrowed from someone else.

          He’ll get his payoff, and his little friends will handle the rest of it.

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  4. Doc Moore says:

    So, if ALL of these criminal players appear silent because they have cut deals to rat each other out, then they are mutually immune and the ratting out leads to what…to whom? It has to lead beyond them, or they’d have no bargaining power. It has to lead to something larger than the several big stars named so far.

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    • Winston says:

      The real rulers ?
      I doubt they even know.So many cutouts up that line.This is just the frothy scum on the surface of the swamp.Disposable.Comey included.
      Orders are orders, didn’t work well at Nuremburg.

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    • RJ says:

      Doc, you need to recall our great Western movies. The bad guys all gather at the saloon as the movie’s hero goes about trying to convince the townspeople to join him in his hunt to root out the evil that has taken hold of their formerly beloved town. The townies are scared, not willing to stand up to those hooligans…some event is needed for them to discover their lost spines.

      Then, that needed event occurs. A couple of the townspeople do stand up cajoling as many others to join in. White hat, good guy smiles yet knows he is the only one he can count on to make the deadly moves necessary.

      You know how this movie can end. We’ll have to wait it out for the final scene to realize if the good guys really do win like in the movies of times past.

      At the very least we should expect those bad guys that survive to be “run out of town” as soon as possible.

      Think “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” as a good example.

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  5. RAC says:

    Couldn’t help but notice all the ones who got a squeal deal are not writing a book, looks like they’ll be out when he’s only halfway through his time.

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  6. Chewbarkah says:

    Here is Comey’s other book problem:
    1) The book will be boring and fail unless it reveals new facts and explanations for his activities.
    2) If it reveals new facts and explanations, he either helps unravel the criminal conspiracy of which he was a part; gets caught lying; generates dangerous questions no one thought to ask before; and, potentially provides evidence against himself.

    Steering this Scylla and Charybdis is a tall order. Comey is a cautious, devious man, who thinks he is cleverness made flesh, and he will be sorely tempted to try. The title “A Higher Loyalty” begs a question. Where does his loyalty rest? I’m sure he’s reflected on that at full length.

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    • Johnny says:

      All the traits you listed for Comey are his sins the devil has used against him.

      Comey had an Angel speaking in his ear, but it was Lucifer, the original James Comey that was thrown out of heaven for trying to m pull a coupe on God.

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    • Sam Dennis says:

      His loyalty is definitely not to ‘We, the People’ who paid his salary for years …

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    • Carshop says:

      I’m banking on Comey’s congenital hubris will slip him up. What a glorious day that would be.

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    • bayoukiki says:

      The subtitle of his book is “What a Good Boy am I”

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    • Doppler says:

      His oath was to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic. Any contrary loyalty in executing his official duties, such as disclosing classified memos to his buddy so they could go to the NYT to embarrass or undercut the duly elected president, or to take President Obama’s direction for how to exonerate HRC, contrary to evidence, in time for the convention, or to pretend Russia-gate was being conducted “by the book” when it was all plotted out in secret by conspiring partisans, isn’t what I’d call “higher.” How about “high treason?”

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      • Beigun says:

        Conduct unbecoming of an Officer, according to the UCMJ. Violation of Oath. What is the Federal Law, corresponding to the UCMJ, that makes a violation of oath of office a crime?

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        • Doppler says:

          The phrase, “high crimes and misdemeanors” came from the common law and referred to any office holder acting corruptly or illegally in the execution of official duties. There are likely many crimes that Comey may have committed, but I’m not sure there is a precise analogue to the UCMJ. In law school, they say military justice is to justice as military marches are to music.

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          • G. Combs says:

            Interesting info from Slate about impeachment of President Clinton:

            “[…] scholars claim that “high crimes and misdemeanors” has a well-defined meaning–it refers to so-called “political crimes” (an old legal term). A crime is “political” when it involves the misuse of a politician’s official powers. If, for instance, the president accepts a bribe, it’s a political crime; if he shoots his wife, it is not. Support for this theory comes from contemporary speeches and the Federalist Papers. For instance, Federalist No. 65 (Alexander Hamilton) says that impeachable offenses “proceed from the misconduct of public men … from the abuse or violation of some public trust.” Under this theory, the obstruction of justice charge would count as impeachable, while the perjury charge would probably not.

            “High” crimes:

            A third group of scholars believes that “high crimes and misdemeanors” refers to “crimes against the state.” A crime is against the state when it attacks the very core of the state’s apparatus–treason is against the state, jaywalking is not. What’s the evidence for this interpretation? The word “high” is generally understood (in English law) to refer to crimes against the state–badmouthing the king is “high treason”; badmouthing your brother is “petit treason.” Moreover, the original phrasing, at the Constitutional Convention, was “other crimes and misdemeanors against the United States.” “Against the United States” was stricken by the Committee of Style, a branch of the convention charged with making the document’s language more elegant but prohibited from changing its meaning. The implication is that any competent lawyer in 1789 understood “high crimes and misdemeanors” to refer to crimes against the state. Finally, English commentaries like Blackstone suggest that perjury and obstruction of justice were considered crimes that attacked the core of the justice system. In other words, both crimes are impeachable offenses.[…]”http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/explainer/1999/02/what_are_high_crimes_and_misdemeanors.html

            It is now part of the US Code as Deprivation Of Rights Under Color Of Law or Treason or Sedition or any of a number of other laws about the misuse of public office.
            ……

            Former Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent Sentenced to Prison for Accepting Bribes to Dismiss Indictment Against Colombian Narcotics Kingpin

            This is the reason for all those ‘Book Deals’ such as the ones Megan Kelly, James Comey and Hillary got. It is a really great way to launder bribes. Private consulting firms of family members are another much used method for laundering bribes. And of course the big favorite LAW FIRMS. Boy would I LOVE to have Mick Mulvaney go over the books of the law firm, Perkins Coie.

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  7. Margaret Berger says:

    It has got to suck to be comey. Illiary never appreciated all he did for her and instead threw him under the campaign bus. He then set out to “redeem “ his place in history by doing everything he could to bring down President Trump. There is a part of his brain that understands he broke the law and committed treason. He has to rationalize it in his own mind and use that as it is the only defense left to him. You can see that by the title of his book. He is now campaigning for the hearts and minds of the American people to give him a “comey pass” on what he did like he gave illiary a “comey pass”. Her pass was no intent, his pass is I did it for the good of the country. Now he has to convince the country that that is ok. It is not. I didn’t vote for him and he tried to steal my vote and enslave me to his political vision. It doesn’t work that way comey. You are a theifing pos and I want you in jail.

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  8. lettruthspeak says:

    The filth of the democrat party and the gaslighting really took hold during the Clinton administration. No surprise there considering that despicable excuse for a married couple is still hanging around like bat guano in a cave. After all the very public misdeeds of SIr Bubba, and his subsequent impeachment, but no removal from office, set the stage for what we are experiencing today. The American people should have insisted, in fact demanded, that scoundrel should have been thrown out on his pathetic, lying, degenerate ass when all his disgusting behavior was exposed. But what happened? The demonrats, the media convinced his supporters that everything was fine and dandy, and not only that, it was his private sex life and that it was republicans that needed to be removed from office or forced to resign for their indiscretions. I remember it quite well, and we are now suffering the horrors due to the cowardice of the citizenry back then.

    I would say at least 30% of the country is lost. Gone forever in their cognitive dissonance, having to keep the horrible lie going, that their precious democratic party can do no wrong. No matter how much insanity and evil is spewed from their collective sewer grates, no matter how much they continue to lie at will to their constituents, they all just continue to ride the bandwagon. Then there is the 30% who are just plain lost. They have no clue what is happening because they have been taught to trust whatever the boob tube says to them. That coupled with the fear porn that has been instilled in them by their own government, don’t try and challenge us or we will sick the IRS, FBI, or some other alphabet agency on you or your family. Or tell that this has always been this way, and no one can change or do anything about any of it.

    We truly live in a criminal culture. Sick, demented, cowardly, gutless weasels in positions of power not only over us, but even worse, are children. When they’ve convinced our flesh and blood that degenerative behavior is normal, and stealing from them every single day via taxation, college tuition and low wages is something they should not only expect, but be happy about because they are convinced they are sacrificing for their fellow man, we are in deep trouble. I don’t know what will happen in the near future, but the long term doesn’t bode well for any of us if we don’t begin to turn things around right now. I hope and pray God is with us.

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    • AM says:

      “They have no clue what is happening because they have been taught to trust whatever the boob tube says to them. ”

      This is my Dad. When, a few years ago, I started to talk about corruption in the media, he looked at me like I had three heads. He now acknowledges it to degree, but in action and thought refuses to believe or imagine how much the media is in the tank as a whole for a tiny group of politicians from both sides of the aisle. (One wonders what the RINOs get out of pretending to be the opposition, as when something goes wrong they’re raked over the coals, but it’s their life.)

      Anyway, I’m the crazy right winger in the family who didn’t think Trump was Hitler and/or going to be a bad President. This list goes on and on – and all because Dad always believed what was on that little screen and could not imagine how they could lie to millions of people. You think he would have gotten the message when his family laughed when I really believed their were spaghetti trees as a kid. Oh well…it is what is.

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      • AM says:

        when I = when he. Dad watched that rather infamous satire program about growing spaghetti on trees in Italy as a kid. I’m too young. 🙂

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      • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

        Bet Dad started believing back in the day when there were actually honest journalists who exuded integrity. Pendulum is high (in the wrong direction). Needs to move in opposite direction ASAP!

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    • Lunagirl says:

      “Normalizing” degenerative behavior. THIS. I am sick to death of it, or perhaps more accurately, bored to tears. You can’t watch a television show about anything without grossly deviant behavior being paraded around as if its everyday run of the mill stuff that we’ve all known was always there. I started watching the Alienist, a supposed psychological thriller, set in 1896 New York. What do you know? There’s a pedophile ring hidden in plain sight where adults abuse and murder young boys dressed as girls. Riiiight. THAT was the culture in 1896 in America. Can’t wait for the History Channel biography of George Washington, sadomasochist. Switched that off only to be bombarded by some dominatrix asking some gay guy what gets him off. It was 7:00 pm CST. Shouldn’t have let them sign us up for even the non-premium cable, I guess.

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      • lisabrqwc says:

        I’m with you, Lunagirl. Even when I watch something “wholesome” — an animated movie like Up or something similar on what used to be called “The Family Channel” and is now called Freeform, even though the movie I’m watching is harmless, the commercials they air in between for their original content shows is nothing but degenerate stuff. I don’t think it’s innocent either — lure innocent viewers in and then bombard them with filth.

        Even TV Land which is one of the few other channels I watch anything on was for the Andy Griffith show and things like that, but their other programming that they advertise on commercial breaks is nothing but adultery and worse.

        I’m disgusted with the boob tube!

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    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      I thought things could not get worse after the Clinton administration. Surely the country had learned its lesson. Silly me! Here we are about a generation or so later. President Trump temporarily interrupted Satan’s “course of this world”.

      John 8:42 Jesus said unto them, If God were your Father, ye would love me: for I proceeded forth and came from God; neither came I of myself, but he sent me.
      43 Why do ye not understand my speech? even because ye cannot hear my word.
      44 Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.
      45 And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.

      Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

      2Corinthians 4:3 But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost:
      4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.
      5 For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servants for Jesus’ sake.
      6 For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.
      7 But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us.

      Ephesians 2:1 And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins;
      2 Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience:
      8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:
      9 Not of works, lest any man should boast.
      10 For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.

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  9. AM says:

    “A Higher Loyalty” – oh, the paradox. Thank you, God for my small life where I can focus on my virtue and not be trapped by my sins and continue to double and triple down on them.

    Also, God, if you could get these guys in jail, I’d appreciate it.

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  10. Johnny says:

    I was just wondering if Horowitz has the ability to get a FISA warrant? Is this how we the people have seen the text messages by FBI people and also info on the Senator trying to contact Steele?

    If so, can you imagine the things he has uncovered?

    Wow, the implications

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    • AM says:

      Given the paper trail they left behind, it hardly seems like you’d need a FISA warrant (which is meant to cover future wiretapping.) They’re all out of positions of power/influence right now.

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    • nanny210 says:

      I scrolled all the way down to post that self same thing and bingo! you are down here with the same thought! I thought of that then the knowledge of the maybe crooked judges on the court would never let it go untold to the scumbags, so I doubt that IG or anyone else would use fisa for that reason.

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      • Johnny says:

        Oh man would I ever be able to stop laughing, most likely not.

        I also thought about the crooked judges would leak it out somehow also.

        Another option I thought about also was what if our Lion in the White House launched an investigation of Sedition and Treason. We have no clue what all has been told to the President by Admiral Roger’s and other white hats in the intelligence agencies.
        All I can say is Checkmate, if he did

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  11. youme says:

    Joe Biden…getting ready for 2020: I don’t want the waves of immigrants to stop…and whites will become a minority and that is a great thing

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  12. tav144 says:

    In addition to all that, they’re just plain lazy, imo. When’s the last time you actually saw journalists chase a story like they used to? I think what we have is a bunch of lazy journalists who get their pre-packaged news stories and do their limited bit of research for a story by online searches. They don’t ready it the way they used to, as far as I can tell.
    I think though that when these indictments hit there may very well be some journalists named. When Sessions was asked in a hearing before Congress last year about it, he was very non-committal about saying journalists could never be arrested for publishing classified information, and I think the fact that now we have proof of journalists being PAID, that they could find themselves in legal jeopardy. Conspiracy is the federal prosecutor’s darling charge. Very easy to prove, and very deadly.

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    • Johnny says:

      I would love to see the Socialist Propaganda mouth pieces hit with Conspiracy charges.

      Anti Trust laws should be used to bust the socialist strangle hold on the media in this country.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “I would love to see the Socialist Propaganda mouth pieces hit with Conspiracy charges.”

        Actually AG Sessions is going after the Yellow Stream Media. 😁

        FOX – Nov 15, 2017 – The Justice Department has a whopping 27 open investigations into leaks of classified information with a “political motive,”

        USA Today -Aug 4, 2017 – Sessions offered an ominous warning to the press, saying that prosecutors have launched a review of Justice policy related to subpoenas issued to media organizations in criminal investigations.

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      • sedge2z says:

        How would Anti-Trust laws be used to bust the media?
        This is a sincere question because I am going to look into my own community and town newspapers (which I do not read) to understand their views on our news.
        I have no knowledge of journalism, but I’m going in.

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        • Johnny says:

          You are going to have to get us a lawyer for the Anti Trust laws. But I believe the media has become controlled by too few people in this country. Needs to be busted up.

          Good Luck on your mission, you have a lot more gumption than I do.

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        • lisabrqwc says:

          I always thought our little Sarasota Herald Tribune was our local community newspaper until I found out they’re owned by The New York Times. Ugh!

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    • Campesino says:

      No, they’ll work their butts off if it’s a story that makes Republicans look bad

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      • tav144 says:

        LoL well you have a good point there!

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      • wondering999 says:

        From 2013:
        Michael Hastings’ “The War on Whistleblowers: Why Democrats Love to Spy on Americans”

        New York Magazine:
        “At the end of his life, Michael Hastings…was living in Los Angeles, and at a Beverly Hills theater in April, he took part in a panel discussion about the documentary War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State. Interviewed in May on The Young Turks, a talk show on Current TV, Hastings railed against the Obama administration, which “has clearly declared war on the press”…On June 7, his last post for BuzzFeed, where he was a staff writer, focused on “Why Democrats Love to Spy on Americans,” and at the time of his death, Hastings was working on a profile of CIA director John Brennan for Rolling Stone”.

        http://nymag.com/news/features/michael-hastings-2013-11/

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    • Lunagirl says:

      I think that’s why they are acting so crazy. To me so much of the behavior on the left, the press, and guys like McCain, looks more like fear than partisanship or political posturing. When I have the energy I am going to go back and make a list of the names of those who fell all over themselves to praise Mueller’s unimpeachable integrity. You can bet that each and every one of them is either complicit with the illegal spying, or is being blackmailed as a result of it.

      If you read Exhibit B to whistleblower Dennis Montgomery’s suit against Comey, et. al., it turns out that even the White Hats had to be pressured to do the right thing. Montgomery’s lawyer Larry Klayman sent a letter to Nunes, Goodlatte, Grassley, etc., saying if you don’t do something about this I will go public by end of business March 24, 2017.

      Nunes’ first press conference was that very day. Does anyone know if I can link a pdf to this comment board?

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      • tav144 says:

        I think you can post the link to the PDF. That’s interesting timing about Nunes’ coming out with the press conference on that very day.
        When you look at how big the beast is, and how many players are involved, wittingly or unwittingly, it can be intimidating, I’m sure. I’m glad to see they seem to have a formula Ted and methodical plan to deconstruct this thing. My worry is they will get so threatened they will throw the grenade and bring the whole society down in chaos by tanking the economy or starting a war, etc.

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        • Lunagirl says:

          There is no public link to the letter, I got it on the federal court website PACER and you have to have a password to get in. Here’s a link to the complaint, though, which someone more tech savvy than I am made public.

          https://regmedia.co.uk/2017/06/08/01-main.pdf

          I downloaded the letter from Klayman to Nunes & Co., which is an exhibit to the complaint, because it was pretty startling. Actually a lot of the documents on file in that case are interesting. Montgomery alleges 156 judges, including the Chief Justice of SCOTUS, were spied on by the Obama administration. Dozens of politicians too. That would explain a lot. They obviously believed him if you assume that their getting off their a$$es was related to the letter. The allegations regarding “702’s” have since proven true. Makes me think Montgomery is one of the people talking to the IG, but also makes me wonder if any of the more outrageous accusations – like the spying on Roberts – are ever going to be made public. The only whistleblower you hear about on the news is Toensing’s client, Campbell. Coincidentally, or not, both Montgomery and Campbell are terminally ill.

          What’s scary about the Montgomery suit is that after Klayman fought to keep Judge Leon, who has ruled against the NSA’s nefarious spying in the past, Leon did an about face, and inexplicably refused to set a hearing on Plaintiffs’ request for a preliminary injunction/TRO. This was after he made a point of advising at the beginning of the case, in June 2017, he would have a hearing within a couple of weeks. Now Klayman is moving the court of appeals to compel Leon to set a hearing and, also, asking Leon to disclose any and all communications he may have had with the FBI or any of the defendants, suggesting that Leon is being blackmailed or threatened. Unreal. Klayman has a reputation as being a flamethrower, but still, there doesn’t seem to be any logical explanation for the court’s about face on setting a hearing.

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          • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

            Need more flamethrowers.

            And more fuel!

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          • tav144 says:

            Why is it that even alternative media sites don’t report on this? From the little I’ve heard about it, even some who have reported it said he has credibility issues….

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            • Lunagirl says:

              I have no idea. I have heard Montgomery has credibility issues too, but the government didn’t deny that he had given them millions of pages of documents and numerous hard drives. Counsel for the DOJ told the judge that they were being held by the Inspector General.

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          • Johnny says:

            Wow have not heard a word about this. Thanks

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          • neal s says:

            For those with Pacer access, there is this thing called recap. https://free.law/recap/
            “RECAP is an online archive and free extension for Firefox and Chrome that improves the experience of using PACER, the electronic public access system for the U.S. Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts.”

            The nice thing about it, is once someone has paid for something from pacer and accessed it using recap, then it becomes freely available to other people. So even though people without pacer accounts typically can’t access such things, if you have pacer and access it using recap, you can then share it with the rest of us.

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        • Johnny says:

          I have the same fears also. Glad other people are thinking about this also.

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      • stringplayer55 says:

        I hadn’t heard about Montgomery until I started reading through the Strzok/Page “lost” texts. I saw one text in there that struck me as possibly informative. Strzok texts “I’m not going to respond to the whole group. The Klayman/Montgomery stuff in the email Jim just sent is utter BS. Best to say nothing and brief later if necessary.”

        So, what do we have here? We have whistleblower Montgomery coming forward to the FBI with allegations of illegal espionage being conducted by Clapper and Brennan. We have Peter Strzok, who sat in on interagency meetings over at the CIA that were apparently part of the joint FBI/CIA/ODNI operation Crossfire Hurricane, saying that Jim Comey’s email on the subject brought forth by Montgomery was BS. Not just BS, but utter BS. (Could be Jim Rybicki, but my money is on Comey.)

        Strzok’s goose is so cooked that he can’t do himself any further harm by testifying to what he knows. In fact, he can only help himself if he testifies against others higher up. When will we get some criminal proceedings going and ask Strzok some questions under oath? Since Montgomery blew the whistle on espionage against SCOTUS Chief Justice, Donald Trump, and others, his claims seem to go right to the heart of the claims of illegal government surveillance.

        Get Strzok on the witness stand and ask him why he characterized Comey’s email as “utter BS”. That should be very revealing. What is the DOJ waiting for? Do they think that the those who haven’t signed on to The Resistance are going to roll over for a complete whitewash of all the corruption in D.C.?

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  13. youme says:

    I am sure the Russians are behind this in some way

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  14. G. Combs says:

    FOOD FOR THOUGHT…

    This happened under Comey’s FBI:

    Why did the FBI only have one agent there?
    …one of the stories that bubbled to the surface was that the FBI knew about the attack before it happened, but did not alert law enforcement or my security apparatus. When I first heard that the FBI had prior notice of the attack, I thought that it was very short-term notice. It was assumed by many people that the FBI had had some sketchy prior knowledge of the attack, but nothing particularly specific.

    Now we find they were in on the planning of the jihad attack, and did nothing about it. If you recall, the FBI only got around to alerting Garland police about Simpson’s jihad plans three hours before our event. It was Garland police, not the FBI, that coordinated all the super security efforts with our own security team.

    The FBI knew about the impending attack, one of their agents told Simpson to “tear up Texas,” and an accomplice of Simpson was even communicating with the undercover agent at the time of the attack.

    The Beast reported that this accomplice “asked the undercover officer about the Draw Muhammad event’s security, size, and police presence, during the event, according to an affidavit filed in court. The affidavit does not specify what the undercover responded to questions about size and security.” Why not? Why weren’t the agent’s answers released?
    They knew about the attack, yet they didn’t have a team there in case the jihadis started shooting?

    It’s hard to escape the conclusion that the Obama FBI wanted me and the other speakers at the event dead. Dutch freedom fighter Geert Wilders was the keynote speaker; he has been living with armed guards for years for supposedly “insulting Islam.” My colleague Robert Spencer has received numerous death threats from Muslims. Cartoon contest winner Bosch Fawstin drew Muhammad. Did Obama’s pro-Islam FBI want us all dead?….

    What was Obama trying to do? Teach Americans a lesson? Enforce the edict that he enunciated in the wake of the Benghazi jihad slaughter, that “the future must not belong to those to slander the prophet of Islam”?

    If people had died at our Garland event, the murders would have had a blood-chilling effect on the freedom of speech in America. That, in my view, appears to have been what the Obama administration wanted — and certainly that’s what the enemedia wanted in the wake of our event, as it gleefully and relentlessly blamed us for violating Sharia blasphemy laws and getting shot at….
    Pam Geller

    🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱
    Now consider i the Project Veritas video where Scott Foval, a Bob Creamer subcontractor, “… claimed to have arranged for mentally ill people, homeless people and others to spark violence at Trump rallies. “I mean, honestly it’s not hard to get some of these (expletive) to pop off,” Foval says….

    White House visitor logs show Creamer has made 340 visits since Obama took office in January 2009….” link
    🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱 🕱

    Then think of the New York Times giving a detailed account of where the Republican Congress critters would be practicing baseball, when AND THE SECURITY!!!
    …..

    We know a major goal of the Progressives is to remove our 2nd Amendment Rights and leave us helpless before a police state. Do we really think that people like Scott Foval or that FBI agent WOULDN’T try to get a madman or jihadist to target a school full of kids or a church full of Christians?

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    • nanny210 says:

      Thanks for that. Very eye opening for me. I read a lot of conservative sites but CTH is where I get my real and truthful info.

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      • G. Combs says:

        As Conservatives we do not SEE the EVIL or the extent of it. Our minds just would not ordinarily go to the place where we can acknowledge Democrat operatives like Bob Creamer or that FBI agent would ACTIVELY PUSH the mentally ill to commit acts of atrocity.

        Yet we see on a daily basis the Yellow Stream Media wiping up HATE of our President and of Conservatives. Is it really that hard to think there are those like that FBI agent who would set up, not just something like the Charlottesville VA. a Bob Creamer Production, but more lethal situations?

        Once you can think about it it becomes very likely….

        Waco Texas
        Ruby Ridge
        Bundy Ranch
        LaVoy Finicum
        Boston Marathon
        San Bernardino
        Ft. Lauderdale Airport
        Pulse night Club Orlando
        Los Vegas

        9/11…

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    • youme says:

      FBI, DOJ Argue for Dismissal of Suit About Garland, Texas Attack

      The FBI and the Department of Justice are arguing for a liability case against them to be dismissed, while at the same time admitting to key details surrounding the bureau’s involvement in the 2015 terrorist attack on the “Draw Muhammad” event in Garland, Texas.

      Court filings from Thursday confirm that an undercover FBI agent was in a separate car directly behind the attackers when they opened fire, and that the agent, “was dressed in Middle Eastern attire and police almost killed him, but he saved his life by claiming to be an FBI agent.”

      Lawyers with the Justice Department are asking the court to dismiss the case, arguing that the FBI is immune from liability under the Federal Tort Claims Act.

      The shooters, Simpson and Soofi were part of a small cell of radical Islamists in the Phoenix area, which the FBI had been monitoring. An undercover agent, identified in Thursday’s filings only as “UCE-1,” had infiltrated the group for some time and had been in communication with Simpson.

      Documents from a separate court case shed light on just how deep the agent’s activity had been, which included the following messaging between “UCE-1” and Simpson abut the upcoming “Draw Muhammed” event:
      UCE-1: Tear up Texas.
      Simpson: Bro, u don’t have to say that…U know what happened in Paris…I think…Yes or no…?
      UCE-1: Right.
      Simpson: So that goes without saying…No need to be direct.

      The government’s response claimed that Joiner’s lawsuit, “provides only rank speculation that UCE-1 met up with and followed Simpson and Soofi to the event, and provides no well-plead factual allegations regarding what exactly UCE-1 did at or immediately before the event that could constitute the assistance, direction, solicitation, or encouragement of an assault. Rather, the only communication Plaintiff can point to as a basis for the assault claim is the comment to ‘tear up Texas.”

      http://freebeacon.com/national-security/fbi-doj-argue-dismissal-suit-garland-texas-attack/

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      • youme says:

        Any police officer or federal agent will tell you that NO undercover officer goes out alone. The U/C is always backed up by a surveillance team.

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        • youme says:

          Prosecutions related to the FBI undercover…Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, arrested August 4, 2016 …Erick Jamal Hendricks, arrested June, 2015

          Garland shoot out was May 3, 2015

          The agent’s presence at the event was first revealed in August in court records in a criminal case in Cleveland against Erick Jamal Hendricks, a North Carolina man accused of trying to recruit people to join Islamic State.

          The records emerged in the criminal case against Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, a Phoenix man who was sentenced this week to 30 years in prison on criminal convictions that included providing support to Islamic State. The Associated Press assembled a timeline of the agent’s involvement through court records and interviews that show how the FBI was at the scene of an attack by Islamic State sympathizers.

          On the day of the attack, the agent communicated with Hendricks while the agent was outside the convention center. Hendricks asked about the size of the crowd, whether snipers were present and other questions, according to records.

          The agent, according to an FBI record filed in Kareem’s case, snapped two photos from the convention center parking lot moments before the shooting. One shows a police officer and another person standing in the distance near a tree. The second image was taken less than 30 seconds before the shooting.

          https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Undercover-FBI-Agent-Was-Near-Gunmen-Before-Garland-Attack-Records-413391653.html

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          • youme says:

            Following the timeline, there were two prosecutions, one in 2015 and another in 2016, where details of the FBI involvement were disclosed.

            However, in May, 2017, Comey tells Congress that everything is classified and he cannot talk about it:

            In a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee last May, Senator Ted Cruz (R., Texas) pressed then-FBI Director James Comey on the Garland attack and the 60 Minutes report.

            “I can’t go into the details of it here, because they’re classified, but I think a fair thing to say is the media reports are highly misleading,” Comey said to Cruz. “And in a classified setting I could explain to you how.”

            http://freebeacon.com/national-security/fbi-doj-argue-dismissal-suit-garland-texas-attack/

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        • Michael J. Machnica says:

          What if that particular incident was not sanctioned? Or that the powers that be wanted that particular agent to have an accident?

          2Samual 11:14 ¶ And it came to pass in the morning, that David wrote a letter to Joab, and sent it by the hand of Uriah.
          15 And he wrote in the letter, saying, Set ye Uriah in the forefront of the hottest battle, and retire ye from him, that he may be smitten, and die.
          16 And it came to pass, when Joab observed the city, that he assigned Uriah unto a place where he knew that valiant men were.
          17 And the men of the city went out, and fought with Joab: and there fell some of the people of the servants of David; and Uriah the Hittite died also.

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    • Johnny says:

      That brings to mind another nagging question I have.
      Why did Session tell Rosenstein to investigate the FBI failure in Florida School shooting?
      Would this not fall under the IG wheelhouse to investigate broken protocols?

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    • Lunagirl says:

      I don’t doubt it. Wasn’t that the most obvious explanation for fast and furious? They wanted a bunch of guns that could be traced to the US to be confiscated at the scene of some horrific crime(s), so they could use the tragedy to further gun control/confiscation. They just never expected a border agent to get killed in the process or IG Horowitz to keep after them the way he did/tried.

      The good news is they ticked off Horowitz so bad with the stonewalling during F&F that he’s been pursuing revenge served up cold ever since. God Bless the man.

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      • Johnny says:

        I hope Horowitz takes revenge on all the rats in DOJ and FBI.

        I will get him a platter right out of the freezer so the Revenge would be frigid.

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        • G. Combs says:

          Johnny,
          Michael E. Horowitz’s statement before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs concerning “Improving the Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Independence of Inspectors General”

          Long story short. IG Horowitz is one P.O.d dude… Talk about COLD ANGER!

          It has been smoldering for years. 😈

          “[…]
          Inspector Generals’ Access to Documents and Materials
          While the Inspector General community has been able to generate impressive results, we face significant issues and challenges that affect our independence and ability to conduct effective oversight. For example, timely access to information in our agency’s files remains an important issue and challenge. As I have testified on multiple occasions, in order to conduct effective oversight, an IG must have timely and complete access to documents and materials needed for its audits, reviews, and investigations. This is an issue of utmost importance, as evidenced by the fact that 47 Inspectors General signed a letter in August 2014 to the Congress strongly endorsing the principle of unimpaired Inspector General access to agency records.

          The Inspector General Act (IG Act) could not be clearer – Inspectors General are entitled to complete, timely, and unfiltered access to all documents and records within the agency’s possession. Delaying or denying access to agency documents imperils an IG’s independence, and impedes our ability to provide the effective and independent oversight that saves taxpayers money and improves the operations of the federal government. Actions that limit, condition, or delay access have profoundly negative consequences for our work: they make us less effective, encourage other agencies to take similar actions in the future, and erode the morale of the dedicated professionals that make up our staffs….

          In May 2014, in an attempt to resolve this dispute, the Department’s leadership asked the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) to issue an opinion addressing the legal objections raised by the FBI. However, nine months later, we are still waiting for that opinion even though, in our view, this matter is straightforward and could have been resolved by the Department’s leadership without requesting an opinion from OLC. I cannot emphasize enough how important it is that OLC issue its opinion promptly because the existing process at the Department, which as described below essentially assumes the correctness of the FBI’s legal position, undermines our independence by requiring us to seek permission from the Department’s leadership in order to access certain records. The status quo cannot be allowed to continue indefinitely.[…]”

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          • Johnny says:

            G. Combs
            The short time have been coming to this site has proved one of the best decisions I have made in a long time. I get more info from the fellow treepers in 10 minutes than I get all day listening to all the talking heads on TV. My mind is absolutely blown away by the sheer amount of knowledge the site produces, it is unbelievable. My eyes are wide open now.

            Thank you very much for all the info you giving me. I am trying to soak up so much here everyday. If I ever start getting lost in the weeds reach in and pull me back please.

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            • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

              There are some really intuitive people here, led by Sundance. Your 10 minutes here is time well spent. 12 hours oh blah, blah, way, wash, blah, blah will only give you a perpetual headache.

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              • Johnny says:

                Amen, all they do is ramble on with their opinions instead of reporting facts.
                All I want are the facts, I can formulate my opinion from there.

                Also this site has a lot of people here way more educated than me. They put forth a theory and base it with facts. That is how the media could learn something from the CTH and Sundance.

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                • Ozwitch says:

                  Yes! That’s because facts and investigations cost money but opinions are free. Notice how so many articles in the papers these days are editorial or bought from other sources? There is very little original programming in the news.

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            • G. Combs says:

              Johnny, Annie,
              This is a really great site with a vast amount of knowledge from all walks of life.

              I am really glad I found it too.

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  15. Campesino says:

    Another person who we are hearing absolutely nothing from or about is Loretta Lynch. Not a peep.

    Holder seems to feel to shoot his mouth off, but Loretta, nothing.

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  16. Publius2016 says:

    Comey’s Book will require Advance Approval by DOJ/FBI…can’t see how it is published unless it’s DISINFORMATION SANCTIONED BY DEEP STATE…

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  17. TwoLaine says:

    Is the Book Title?

    “What Happened II?”
    by James Comey

    Or, as Dan Bongino would say, “The 2nd book in history where the question is answered on the book cover.

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  18. Lunagirl says:

    I don’t doubt it. Wasn’t that the most obvious explanation for fast and furious? They wanted a bunch of guns that could be traced to the US to be confiscated at the scene of some horrific crime(s), so they could use the tragedy to further gun control/confiscation. They just never expected a border agent to get killed in the process or IG Horowitz to keep after them the way he did/tried.

    The good news is they ticked off Horowitz so bad with the stonewalling during F&F that he’s been pursuing revenge served up cold ever since. God Bless the man.

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  19. Rob says:

    How smart is it for Comey to commit actual felonies write a book about it with either the truth or more likely false statements about his shady FBI activities? Is this pure Hubris does he believe he is untouchable? What if OJ Simpson had written his book “If I did it” and published it before not after his trial. Seems like Comey is getting bad legal advice or has deluded himself.

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  20. Keebler AC says:

    This is going to be a scripted interview between Comey and George. If so, charges should be brought against the media for conspiring to mislead audience and public by pretending to be a new interview. Rico by two enterprises and intent to mislead by the oligarchy is not news and is a criminal undertaking.

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  21. duckandcover says:

    No one is above the law. But some animals are more equal than others.

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  22. jstanley01 says:

    I’m sure he’ll sell twenty or thirty books, counting the ten his mother buys…

    Liked by 1 person

  23. georgiafl says:

    “President Donald Trump takes a moment before taking the stage during a Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., May 29, 2017.” (DOD photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Brigitte N. Brantley)

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  24. leon0112 says:

    If Horowitz’ report comes out in mid-March, that could be tough on Comey’s mid- April book launch.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Margaret Berger says:

    The book fee that comey got is for legal fees. The globalist are keeping him in place on their team ‘cause he is flapping in the wind. They are trying to hold the line so others won’t panic. If comey flipped and gave up their goes obummer from the Jan fifth meeting where comey didn’t make any memos and leak them. He is fighting and he has supporters but it still sucks to be comey. If it pleases God he will go down in history as everything he doesn’t think he is. His name will live in infamy,

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  26. Margaret Berger says:

    Gateway is saying mueller cribbed his Russian case from radio free europe. Lazy and corrupt. Needed something to hit the airways and just threw it out there. Trying to get ahead of something they think will be coming out soon?

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  27. Bill says:

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  28. Jim says:

    Interesting title. Mr. Comey has proven that he can and does show loyalty. He’s shown a great deal of loyalty to the Clintons for decades. But, the Clintons have also rewarded that loyalty with nice cushy high paying jobs and connections here and there, how do you suppose he got the FBI Director Job. When Pres. Trump asked him about his loyalty he was no doubt asking him about his loyalty to his country and his profession. We all know that Comey could never fulfill that kind of loyalty.

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  29. OverWatch says:

    Stephanopoulos: I have been wanting ask you this question ever since you left the FBI and I apologize if it is disagreeable to you, ‘What exactly is your favorite color?’

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  30. Peoria Jones says:

    Jim, this one is for you…

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  31. eric says:

    with a book of lies to sell…..here comes more creepy tweets from the twit comey.

    GO
    THE HELL
    AWAY

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  32. truthbomb says:

    “In testimony to the House Intelligence Committee in May 2017, John Brennan, formerly Obama’s head of the CIA, strongly suggested that he and his agency were the first, as The Washington Post put it at the time, “in triggering an FBI probe.” Certainly both the Post and The New York Times interpreted his remarks in this way. Equally certain, Brennan played a central role in promoting the Russiagate narrative thereafter, briefing members of Congress privately and giving President Obama himself a top-secret envelope in early August 2016 that almost certainly contained Steele’s dossier.”

    https://www.thenation.com/article/russiagate-or-intelgate/

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  33. Jack Rail says:

    Comey’s spending 500 pages to tell us that his higher loyalty is to himself. As if we didn’t already know that.

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  34. For those who haven’t heard, Comey’s new project is coaching girl’s high school basketball.

    http://dailycaller.com/2018/02/13/james-comey-basketball-coach/

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  35. David R. Graham says:

    Comes Saint James Comey to snap civil and religious authorities back together again, to stitch us all up once more, once and for all. And leading a host of the usual suspects lusting for an utopia — in their minds — of unimpaired civil power discharged under color of religious authority.

    https://theological-geography.net/?p=33263

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  36. Comey’s going to meet Son Of Sam:
    Felons aren’t allowed to profit from publicity of their criminal achievements.

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  37. hillbilly4 says:

    Remember the Watergate Seven(well actually more than 7)? I wonder what ‘nom de guerre’ the MSM will come up with for the folks under Obama going to prison? Careers will be lost, lawyers disbarred. There will soon be more felons added to the list of evildoers.

    However, maybe not all will be ‘lost’. Of the Watergate cronies to go to jail – one found Christ and started the ‘Prison Fellowship’ program. Chuck Colson, a truly remarkable story. Only God can ‘create something out of nothing’. AMDG.

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