Judge Jeanine Pirro Interviews Lee Zeldin and Ron Desantis…

Congressman Lee Zeldin and Congressman Ron Desantis are interviewed by Judge Jeanine Pirro on the ongoing investigations of the FBI and DOJ:

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197 Responses to Judge Jeanine Pirro Interviews Lee Zeldin and Ron Desantis…

    • kpm58 says:

      I try to look at the whole picture from 8 years past through Nov. 17, 2016.
      And I have faith.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        kpm58, it is suspected that there is a special prosecutor already there and I think that is a real possibility. Get all your puzzle pieces together for a complete overturning everything.

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        • Daniel says:

          So a secret special prosecutor? That would be weird. Not only that, but I’m pretty sure a thing like that would have to be announced in some way to give legitimacy to the law enforcement powers granted to that person. And even if not announced, certain high-ranking people would have to know and they, in turn, would likely leak that detail out.

          Are McCain and Hillary still wearing boots?

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          • OSP says:

            Patience…

            Don’t need a SC at this time.

            Let the IG do his work and present the results. Then maybe an SC.

            Death by a thousand cuts. Stretch it out, cut by cut, into the midterms for maximum political advantage.

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        • SoCal Patriot says:

          How is that even possible with no one knowing? People would be hiring attorneys; there would be document requests; and potentially a grand jury empaneled…and no one in DC would’ve leaked it to the press? My goodness – the Democrats and MSM would be screaming bloody murder.

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          • Orygun says:

            They murdered a President in plain sight and we still don’t know all the details. If the media doesn’t report it or reports it incorrectly who is to know. Never forget what they did to JFK in plain view.

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          • starfcker says:

            Exactly SoCalPatriot. As time marches on, the Sessions apologists become more convoluted and desperate in their excuse making. Obviously Trump’s lawyers are overly cautious in counseling restraint until Mueller’s done. Hence, Mueller will never be done. Everyday that passes, is a day towards the end of Trump’s term. Everyday that passes is a day towards a possible Republican loss in the midterms period every day that passes is a day closer to the statute of limitations. These people know what they’re doing. Ultimately, I think we’re going to see Jeff sessions as a traitor. The guy who facilitated all this much in the same way George Bush is looked at now. Just too dumb and too timid for the job

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        • Mr. T. says:

          Special Prosecutor? I don’t think so, Carrie2. I really do believe that a special counsel needs to be appointed so as the remove the conflict of interest stigma that would go with a special prosecutor who works at the DOJ. The DOJ and FBI have been stonewalling Congress every step of the way. This has gone far enough.

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    • Joe says:

      There could already be a prosecutor, not special, an investigation, and a grand jury, with no leaking of information. The potential targets of such a legal push in the FISA scandal have all been very quiet lately, and that might be an indication of the existence of such an endeavor.

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  1. NoJuan Importante says:

    I thought someone from DOJ already was involved, otherwise we wouldn not know what the various actors said. No? We need clarification. Someone needs to explain what is going on. SOON, the picture said.

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    • Summer says:

      Perhaps it was just Horowitz interviewing them.

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      • SW Richmond says:

        It’s all theater. I came to this conclusion watching the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings. We are being played. We are always being played. I don’t trust any of them, at all, with anything.

        Obvious crimes at very high levels, we could all list them, but Fast and Furious etc. Broward County deliberately not arresting people who need it in order to keep money flowing and make themselves look good (get re-elected). People killed, and the response is to threaten my natural rights. No one prosecuted. Is justice all about who’s in charge of it? Does my “vote” count if high level government bureaucrats can get away with blatantly trying to overturn the “election” I just participated in? If that is the case, then there is no justice, and neither “democracy” nor “republic” and we all are living in the Lockean State of Nature. And if that is in fact the case then I know exactly how to behave. It is described plainly in Mr. Locke’s Second Treatise.

        I know for a fact if I have the wrong piece of government permission paper stuck to my “motor vehicle”, a man with a gun will force me to stop and promise to pay money to his employer as penance for my transgression. If I fail to get the correct government permission “license” to earn a living I will get a similar result. Justice for thee and not for me.

        It is incomprehensible why anyone would trust government with their lives. We are living in occupied territory.

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        • Benson II says:

          When you look around now and were raised in a different era the only conclusion is we are now living in a police state. It’s been imposed slowly and methodically and those born more recently don’t even notice it and in fact are in total agreement with it. Therefore it’s no surprise that those in power although always favored to a high degree are now no longer liable for their criminality at all.

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        • yy4u says:

          Sadly, it’s true. Two sets of laws — one for the serfs the other for the lords and ladies.

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        • Oldschool says:

          Sw, sadly I agree. I still believe that Trump has a sincere patriotic heart but something is stopping him. Ever since his silence on vegas, I am not optimistic. His promoting a false gun narrative now instead of the truth and really bringing protection and justice to we the people, leaves me turning to God alone.

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        • SW- I like your thoughtful comments very much- they really resonate at this point in my life. Another thing that occurred to me the other day when I heard about that guy with the gun who was what, trying to kill himself? I didn’t see a whole lot of publicity about that incident even though the SOB managed to get pretty close to the White House. Which hardly seems possible or that it should be possible.

          Now given all the grief that Pres. Trump has been giving to the Spy Guys and FBI lately, do you think that maybe someone was trying to send DJT a not so subtle message? Like look how easy it is for someone with a gun to get so close to you and your family?

          At this point, nothing that the Deep Staters do surprises me. We know they are capable of murder and other crimes. Look at Seth Rich as one example how they will do anything to guard what is “theirs.”

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          And that is why I voted for a murder weapon, not a pol, PDJT. If you’re a life long southerner, you’ve been fighting a cold insurgency against occupying and usurping powers your whole life or you’ve been asleep. And I don’t say that lightly, b/c arguably the most law-abiding potus in modern times (until PDJT) attacked our children and neighborhoods, even illegally deploying 101st Airborne, in 1957. It only got worse from there, destroying our schools and all of the progress the responsible workers in black communities had achieved–why shop at your neighborhood owned store, when you can go to the “white” store and Yankee Uncle Sam will even pay for all your needs. This is a long cold war. Only now that the nation as a whole has begun to awaken do we have power and momentum to find our Constitution once again. in the meantime, COLD ANGER!

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        • cap'n fast says:

          basically why the second amendment exists

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    • yy4u says:

      I don’t know what’s going on any more than anyone does. No inside information. But I do observe and I do see patterns.
      I: We all know the Republicans in office are weak-livered namby pambies with a few exceptions. When the media starts biting at them the go into a defensive crouch and apologize for breathing, then cave to whatever the Democrats want. They have done this since Reagan left. “Read my lips, no new taxes” was the beginning.

      2-Whenever the Republicans come under fire, POTUS tweets out something that sets EVERYONE’s hair on fire (everyone but us). Like with the NFL last fall. The Republicans were trying to “do” ObamaCare and the media didn’t want them to. The press was on them like white on rice. But after the tweet, the media went after POTUS (who can take the heat unlike his fellow Repubs) . The Republicans, whose little weak hearts were nearly in V-Tach are allowed to sneak away from the spotlight. They didn’t take down ObamaCare but maybe without McCain still in the Senate we could have fixed it.

      3-This happened with Mika’s face lift. No reason whatsoever for POTUS to tweet about her facelift. It drove poor Joe off the rails (Mika doesn’t know where the rails are) and the media went bat-adamschiff. Again, the Republicans who were catching grief for trying to do taxes were left alone.

      4-So now Sessions.I’m sure the media would savage Sessions in a feeding frenzy that would make a shark feeding frenzy look like the queen eating a sandwich if they thought he was going to expose THEIR collusion with the Democrats, but they haven’t turned on him, have they? No. Remember what they did to Gonzalez just because Bush has appointed an Hispanic and they thought it might resonate with Hispanics. POTUS is making Sessions look like just another Republican ninny (think Trey Gowdy and Benghazi). Meanwhile, Ole Jeff might be quietly amassing evidence, quietly finding out who’s who in the DOJ zoo, who can be trusted not to leak and who can be trusted TO LEAK disinformation fed to him/her. Remember this is the swamp.

      If he wanted, the president could fire Sessions. Maybe he can’t because the Vichy Republicans have said if he does they won’t confirm and will stay in session so he can’t appoint a new AG leaving Rosenstein in place. But maybe he doesn’t want to. Maybe he’s just tweeting out that Jeffy had a face lift or took a knee at the national anthem, anything to draw the sharks’ attention away from the DOJ and to him where he’s waiting with a harpoon.

      Let’s hope. If POTUS fails, the USA as we know it is gone.

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      • Le Borgne says:

        Vichy Republicans. Never heard that before, but so very apropos. Well played.

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      • kingfisher73 says:

        “f he wanted, the president could fire Sessions. Maybe he can’t because the Vichy Republicans have said if he does they won’t confirm and will stay in session so he can’t appoint a new AG leaving Rosenstein in place. But maybe he doesn’t want to. Maybe he’s just tweeting out that Jeffy had a face lift or took a knee at the national anthem, anything to draw the sharks’ attention away from the DOJ and to him where he’s waiting with a harpoon”

        That’s perhaps the worst of the many horrible consequences of sessions recusal and the resulting year of relentless witch hunting assault on the President including the appointment of the SC – that his apologists seem to ignore or rationalize.
        The President shouldn’t HAVE to take the never-ending bullets from the weaponized swamp media to PROTECT his AG and DOJ – it should be other way around.
        Trump should be concentrating on Amer4ica First, Period/
        Imagine how much progress he/we might have made w/out this deranged, manufactured distraction.

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  2. Ari says:

    Remember ONE thing. UniParty = dems + GOP + FreeDumb Caucus. Opinions by two Congressmen hold zero weight with me. Trump is not ever going to let a bunch of FBI and DOJ worms get away with this and it doesn’t matter if Sessions is leading the prosecution team. Trump is in charge of everything.

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  3. Summer says:

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    • Keebler ac says:

      BINGO!
      Gaetz said this is an AG who shows zip concern over the existentialist threat on the President. Zeldin said allowing the witch hunt with no grounds of proof and a monumental amount of Hillarycrat framing of the elected president, allows the continual tormenting of Americans and his family. I’d like Sessions to see how it would feel if his familh were being put through the ringer like this. He would not be AG if it weren’t for Trump. The reverse contrary to his arrogant opinion, is not true. Americans across the country voted for Trump not Sessions…and his swamp henchmen. Homorable is not being dhimmi to Democrats. What are his reasons for not assigning a Special Counsel when he did it in a heatbeat for Comey?

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      • amwick says:

        AG Sessions has to spend every minute of every day seeing and hearing people say he is doing nothing, head in the sand, blah blah blah… I think that is pretty awful.

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        • rvsueandcrew says:

          I agree, amwick. And what you mentioned isn’t anywhere near the worst that is slung at him every day. It must be terribly hard on his family, too.

          I’ve learned a lot from Sundance and the comments at the treehouse. One thing I’ve learned is how vicious people can be without any evidence of wrongdoing.

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          • amwick says:

            TY.. But I do believe everyone is entitled to their own opinion… but sometimes the lines between speculation (opinion) and facts gets blurred…. Sessions is this,, Sessions is that… that is just somebody’s opinion… fine… I think he is a very ethical person, with very strong morals… that is my opinion. I do not believe for one minute that he is a swamp creature.. That is my opinion. The problem is that he is a lawyer, the head honcho of lawyers, and that is where I get lost.. The law is its own murky universe… with its own language… Without a law background it is difficult to understand what goes on there. That is my opinion too. My answer is to lurk a bit on a legal blog… best I can do…

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            • rvsueandcrew says:

              I admire your mature and humble attitude, amwick.

              Your statement “I think he is a very ethical person, with very strong morals…that is my opinion.”

              I think it’s more than an opinion. One can evaluate a person’s character by their behavior over several decades and AG Sessions has shown himself to be a moral person, meticulous in his preparation and determined in his resolve.

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            • Benson II says:

              This why it’s important to say, in my opinion. Criticisms of Sessions could be valid or not. We’re left in a wilderness of not knowing all the goings on about the laws or what the day to day workings of the DOJ entail. All we know is the appearances to ordinary folks of what has transpired hasn’t given us confidence that what could be done is being done. I for one have lost confidence that Sessions was the person for the job although I really thought he was in the beginning because of what I’d read about his tenure as AG at the state level. I do wonder if president Trump is actively looking for a replacement. Not an easy job I would think.

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            • Orygun says:

              People in government with morals and ethics are attacked every day. Sessions has been attacked his whole life and he knows how to deal with it. I am sure everyone around him has been threatened also and he was one of the first to encourage President Trump to run for office and provide support to him.
              The man in the hot seat for cleaning up the corruption is going to be the biggest hire of all for our President and all you need to do is look at his other hires.

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            • bkrg2 says:

              and we are now back to 99.83% of the people on this site are anti-Sessions OR expect the entire cabal in jail today! They think Sessions can lock everyone up just 400 days into this presidency after they spent over 30 years running around like wild criminals.
              Just because we all know they are guilty, corrupt, lying criminals, the DOJ still needs to perform the due diligence, gather evidence, and present a solid case through the justice system.
              For those who demand justice RIGHT NOW, please send Trump and email and tell him to fire Sessions and replace him with Eric Holder or Lynch.

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            • Clive Hoskin says:

              “What’s the difference between a lawyer & a cat fish?
              One is a bottom dwelling slime sucking scavenger & the other one is a fish”

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        • Craig W. Gordon says:

          How do you characterize Trumps tweet from the other day when Trump expressed his frustration with Sessions doing nothing? And the tweet from last year where Trump said he would not have hired Sessions if he had known Sessions would recuse? The time for patience is over. Time for action.

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        • Keebler ac says:

          Yes it’s awful and how much of it is from his recusal and then lack of unrecusing once the evidence started piling up about a faux dossier. An AG cannot recuse from protecting the country from its biggest enemies. He cannot in full conscience claim he can be an independent force to contend with. He chooses to stay…for whom? Himself. PDT chooses to be POTUS to be a change agent needed for the country. That’s very different. Ask yourself who does the highly honorable Sessions confer with? None other than swamp Rosenstein and other DC attorneys and holdovers from the Obama admin that recommended he recuse. An how did this recommendation occur without President Trump’s knowledge? This is not an honorable act…to abandon your post and refuse to leave by saying you will allow swamp second in charge to deal with it. The criticism from me has not been daily so that is unfair too. Session’s reponse in public about being honorable intimating that PDT is not……is a travesty for someone in the admin. I have no doubts that a pattern is evident from the very beginning where Sessions shuts the President out while conferring with Rod and this results in frustration of immense proportions. That he attempts to position himself as some kind of honorable guy is like those people who in a fray step back and say I didn’t do it -he did! This is the AG pointing at PDT. Do you have an idea the message that sends from an AG? No, he will not be allowed room to continue this knowing full well the President has been handcuffed from firing him by the swamp. Sessions does play stealth, but it’s not on the President’s side. This gameplaying using questionable “honor” needs to stop!

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        • Lulu says:

          Not as awful as being bankrupted just because you worked on the Trump campaign or in the Trump Whitehouse. Not everyone is rich. These people have been hit with tens of thousands up to millions of dollars in legal fees.

          And their reputations have been destroyed across the media.

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      • kingfisher73 says:

        Regarding the “27” investigations, and even the IG’s “report”, as Goetz said – none of it matters – the DOJ is NOT GOING TO PROSECUTE itself. Are people missing this?

        And you make some excellent points about the public attitude that sessions projects in response to Trump calling him out.
        It’s openly hostile and defiant to the President. In that he never acknowledges that he serves at Donald Trump’s pleasure as a member of his administration…as every one of the rest of his loyal staff does and acknowledges. It’s ONLY about jeff sessions.

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        • Keebler ac says:

          Well said. Open and defiant to President Trump is exactly this AG’s attitude. He was smiling when asked if he would recuse during his confirmation hearing. That other swamp lizard Priebus confessed that it was he who talked PDT out of accepting the resignation earlier. Deep state knowing the FBI wonrgdoing and Clinton-Steeles faux dossier had gotten to Sessions right away prior to his confirmation to deal. There is no way they did not try to approach Sessions. The AG is compromised, why else will he not appoint second SC? He’s caught too now in the web of deceit.

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  4. cthulhu says:

    Re: “Attorney General Jeff Sessions Being Criticized For Not Appointing Second Special Counsel” in chyron….. How would we know he hasn’t? Not having a press briefing isn’t a failure to act, it’s recognition that the press are part of the problem…..

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    • The Boss says:

      Regardless of whether he did or didn’t, your last sentence is nothing short of excellent.

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      • arete55 says:

        As we approach the anticipated “witching hour” (in honor of Hillary) regarding the pending IG report, I always pause and reflect during my favorite moment of every Trump Rally…

        The Lock Her Up Sequence

        Trump invariably create a longing “grimace smirk” as he invites the chorus “Lock Her Up” to maintain an intensity that is unmistakably visceral, while he turns his back to the cameras and nods his head of approval to the audience in the rear that is standing in jubilation of the shared crowd experience.

        This is my Red Meat moment.

        I also reflect that our POTUS has always declared that he does not reveal his military game plan. While Sessions may well be a complete bust of an AG, Trump keeps repeating “I Will Never Let You Down”

        His Shakespearean working of the crowd is worthy of Brando.

        With many things coming to a head, DACA etc….The planned rally in Pittsburgh this coming Saturday Night should be a doozy

        I am greatly looking forward to my “American Bred” 100% all beef political buffet.

        “LOCK HER UP”

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    • Betty says:

      However, we are NOT part of the problem and I agree with Representative Gaetz and Conservative treehouse comment-er Keebler ac. “AG Sessions shows zip concern over the existentialist threat on the President.”

      Sessions is allowing this witch hunt. `

      A witch hunt with no grounds of proof and a monumental amount of PROOF that not just Hillary, but the whole DNC, way too many republicans, the Media and all the Federal bureaucracy are attempting to frame Our Elected President.

      A witch hunt that has tormented our president, his family and us for LONG ENOUGH.

      And the longer this takes the more I want vengeance on those who orchestrated and those who implemented this CF. And the same goes for any of those on “our side” who have impeded and continue to impede justice – Wray, Sessions, you are not immune, thumb your nose at us all you want YOUR day will come.

      And did everyone notice how, Director Wray took a powder after his attempt to BS us about not being able to identify the Florida mass murderer from the tip that revealed everything but his birth certificate and SS number? IMO Wray thought he was living in the good ol’ days when someone like the Director of the FBI could pat us all on the head and lie to our face and all we would do is nod our heads in thanks and say “more please”.

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      • Tegan says:

        POTUS..”I will take the slings and arrows for you”…has anyone ever considered that he is deliberately allowing the “witch hunt” as a distraction? I would not be at all surprised that both he and Sessions have this planned, as uncomfortable as it is, as part of their strategy. I believe, without doubt, they are both men of high integrity who care a lot for each other.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      wouldn’t Congress have to be involved in such an appointment? OTOH, there’s no reason any competent AAG can’t handle this prosecution – it’s not about the Trump campaign, it’s about flagrant criminal abuses of power by FIBers & DO[in]Jers.

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  5. Rex70 says:

    So–do We the People need to melt Sessions’s phone lines to have a Special Counsel appointed, melt our Reps’ phone lines to have a Special Counsel appointed? If that is how this gets done, let’s do it. Yesterday!

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    • cthulhu says:

      In the present political climate, why would Sessions announce a Special Counsel if he’d appointed one?

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      • Betty says:

        It is always just over the next hill, isn’t it.

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      • BobInFL says:

        Just watching Gaetz on F&F and he is continuing the drumbeat of Sessions not getting the job done. On the one hand, this has all wratchted up since VSGPDJT’s tweet last week – and I have seen Jordan, Meadows, DeSantis, Gaetz, Nunes etc. all mirroring the same sentiments. I am hopeful that this is all a well orchestrated push in front of the IGs report to soften up the battlefield for a moab and set the PR that everyone wants the findings to be followed immediately by prosecutions.

        I am still leaning this way, that this is a strategic plan, but as each day passes with no concrete action being seen on the part of our AG (seems like some low level FBI/DOJ flunkies could be in front of grand juries already – throw us a bone Mr. Sessions!) I move a little bit more towards the opinion that our AG is not working in our best interests or those of our President.

        The month of March will be very telling for me. If the IG report is delayed, or is less than muscular in its findings, then I too will be calling for the AGs dismissal. More than enough evidence right now to go straight to the top of jugears admin and lock them up!

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        • Mk10108 says:

          Sessions is nearing the targets, putting angle in the bomb line.

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        • missilemom says:

          Sessions was at Gridiron Dinner last night with the President. A picture is worth a thousand words?

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        • Charlie says:

          Maturity vs. young and dumb. Could learn from the seasoned if they would be patient!
          Isn’t your parents (most) wiser today than when you were in your forties?

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        • kingfisher73 says:

          LOL massive pressure on them now – to produce, eh?

          But you know what? I’m still gonna say that they won’t, and either hell will finally break loose, or they’ll simply find a way to continue SPINNING…to ETERNITY. If I was a betting guy, I’d put money on the latter. My prediction? The mythical “report” will be delayed AND it will be a COMPLETE dud. Bottom line: the rotten to the core swamp DOJ/AG will not be prosecuting themselves anytime soon.

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    • Keebler ac says:

      Session’s fans regardless of evidence and exposure to the risk outlined by President Trump are probably burning the lines to Sessions telling him what a hero he is and making excuses. The swamp and his fan club are negating justice on whimsical fiction.

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    • Donzo says:

      If you think Sessions doesn’t have Trump’s back, why would you think someone he appoints would?

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      • Summer says:

        Could not possible be worse than a recused AGINO.

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        • B Woodward says:

          Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett agrees that Sessions is the AG in name only.

          Gregg Jarrett: In order to bring these people to justice who appear to have committed a variety of crimes, you have to have Department of Justice prosecutors investigate and bring the case. Jeff Sessions has given no indication of doing that. Congress asked for a special counsel last July and Jeff Sessions has been utterly feckless in his responses. Jeff Sessions is not the Attorney General. He’s the AG in name only. It is being run by other people, largely Rod Rosenstein. Sessions is kept in the dark, out of major decisions. He doesn’t have a clue what’s going on there. And I get that from people in the DOJ.

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          • Benson II says:

            Feckless, in name only, run by other people, kept in the dark, doesn’t have a clue. I’m no Sessions fan but I see no proof of any of your assertions.

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            • Benson II says:

              No proof of any of Jarrett’s assertions.

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              • kingfisher73 says:

                Doesn’t Jarrett have a much closer connection to the DOJ than you? He wasn’t speculating, he was relaying what he says that he was directly told by people in the department – are you saying that he’s lying? Personally, I have NO IDEA regarding what goes on in the Department of Justice, and I would presume that would go for the rest of the average population.

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          • Paco Loco says:

            The Mueller investigation will not stop until there’s indictments in the Whitehouse. The evidence is ample that Obama setup the FBI, DoJ, State and the DoD to take out Trump on behalf of Clinton. Trump won, and the subterfuge continued and culminated in the appointment of Mueller. Mueller’s mission is to descredit all things Trump and to bring him down directly or through indictments of the Trump team.

            Sessions was taken out of it on day one of his taking office by recrusal. He’s clearly been an impediment to the the Trump defense and has set up the DoJ(Rosenstein) to facilitate Muellers witch hunt. As the insiders in the Washington scene are now saying, If it barks like a dog and wags it’s tail, it’s probably a dog. Sessions either unrecuses or resigns in the next month.

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          • gda says:

            How is it that pretty much everyone who signed the FISA request or renewal has been fired or resigned EXCEPT Rod Rosenstein?

            And how is it that Rod Rosenstein seemingly RUNS the DOJ?

            Are we to believe that a Black Hat is essentially running the DOJ, while the AG cowers and defers to him? How is this possible?

            Does anyone doubt that Jeff Sessions lusted in his heart to be the US AG?

            Does anyone think that Jeff Sessions could in his wildest dreams have become the US AG in the absence of a Donald Trump?

            Does anyone wonder whether Jeff Sessions, having achieved his lifelong ambition, might now be reluctant to rock the boat?

            Does anyone wonder whether Sessions might have been reabsorbed into the Swamp?

            Does anyone wonder whether, now that crunch time has arrived, Jeff Sessions is baulking about playing his part? Or is downright refusing to play his part?

            Does anyone wonder why, given that the facts are all out there on the Dossier/FISA thing, only a handful of Republicans are making ANY noise at all about the enormity of this scandal?

            Does EVERYTHING now hinge on the IG Report? Is it true it’s been put back ANOTHER month?

            What if the info on Strzok/Paige etc. was leaked by some White Hats in the IG’s employ, and the IG’s report is ignored by Rosenstein (because Sessions defers to Rosenstein to handle it)?

            Damn! No wonder Trump is growing frustrated.

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      • lfhbrave says:

        That is a very good question. Sessions & Assoc. will delay until it is too much pressure, they then will appoint someone who is Swamp-approved to investigate the FISA abuse. What can POTUS or Nunes do then? Nothing. They have been playing 3D chess against POTUS and us the deplorables since Nov. 8, 2016.

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    • amwick says:

      So what is the point of having and IG? Just get rid of them…..

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    • Old Lady says:

      We are so accustomed to having a weaponized AG that we don’t recognize one when he actually does his job the correct way.

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      • rvsueandcrew says:

        Excellent, Old Lady!

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      • Spaz2.3 says:

        Yes…Excellent. I think your statement is spot-on…and the folks that post on this site need to take a deep breath and remember that a REAL AG would not be out explaining every little action or non-action that he’s doing. Not to mention the fact that the Obama/Clinton ticks are dug in so deeply in the DOJ/FBI…that it requires Sessions to be even more secretive about what’s happening. Visibly it doesn’t help when Trump takes swings at Session on Twitter, etc…but we all have to agree that this is a classic move that Trump does all the time…tossing something out to the MSM and the Dems that appears to show him throwing a tantrum or that there’s blood in the water or just generally things are not going well for him. And the MSM and the Dems bite on it EVERY SINGLE TIME. And remember…the second Trump slams a second Special Council in place…the MSM and Dems (but I repeat myself) will scream bloody murder and “Obstruction!” for the rest of the year. BUT if the IG report comes out and it’s a white-wash…well…then all options are on the table…and you can bet there will be action taken…

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  6. starfcker says:

    How long can Jeff Sessions thumb his nose at America? Looks like cock-blocking anybody else from having any prosecutorial authority and running out the clock is his game plan. Fire him, Mr. President. You’re going to have to do it eventually. Take the hit now, it’s still your best way forward. You can’t leave the criminal opposition intact. They will get you eventually. They will stop what you’re doing eventually. You have an awesome cabinet, except for that one. I think what he’s doing is almost treasonous. He is protecting the very people you were elected to bring to justice. If we are going to get our country back, we’re going to need an attorney general with stones. The sooner the better. Don’t let them run out the clock on you Mr. President.

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    • citizen817 says:

      While guest hosting “Hannity” on Fox News on Friday, Pirro suggested that Sessions “lost his prosecutorial balls” while serving in the U.S. Senate, which is why he hasn’t appointed a second special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and her involvement in the Uranium One controversy.

      http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/jeanine-pirro-jeff-sessions-lost-his-prosecutorial-balls/article/2650625

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    • Summer says:

      “They will get you eventually.”

      Mueller is searching literally everywhere. Every nook and cranny, if you believe Fake News outlets.

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      • yy4u says:

        Nations and individuals can openly purchase the Clintons (including Russia’s $500 speaking fee to BC and the Uranium deal) and Mueller is sniffing around Netanyahu.
        Let’s hope I’m right and Jeff Sessions is quietly doing his job and collecting evidence on those who don’t even know they’re being investigated. Mueller is up to his a$$ in alligators in the swamp. There’s a first time for everything; perhaps, if we’re lucking, we will have an AG who indicts a Special Counsel for collusion with the Democrats in an effort to effect a coup.

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        • spren says:

          That is an amazing take! Sessions is recused from anything to do with meh Russia, but Mueller has stepped so far outside of his prescribed bounds that he would actually be vulnerable to Sessions taking action. I never thought of that. Can you even conceive of the hysteria that would follow something like that?

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      • lokiscout says:

        I wonder when Mueller will be investigating me for voting for President Trump! By voting for him I “influenced” him to do what he promised on the campaign trail. Been bothering me since the election. Guess its time I fessed up!

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      • kingfisher73 says:

        you’re not kidding…the other thing that jumps out of this story is STILL MORE relentless LEAKING from the NYT (4 reporters quoting unnamed sources “familiar with the story” lol)
        about the Mueller investigation no less!

        I mean, even if it’s completely manufactured fake news (who would know) shouldn’t Jeff Sessions be publicly responding to it?

        Whatever became of Sessions’ threat, vow, and promise of “war” on leaking more than a half a year ago? Apparently, he got “reality winner” and then took a LOOONG nap.

        The flood of leaks has not abated an iota under his watch – increased if anything…

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Fire him, Mr. President. You’re going to have to do it eventually”

      OK, suppose our President does that RIGHT NOW to placate the mob. Now who you gonna get to replace him? You do know that whoever would replace Mr. Sessions needs Senate confirmation, don’t you? Also that if Mr. sessions is no longer there, that makes Mr. Rosenstein the acting AG. how do you feel about that. Now please recall how the Senate has been voting lately.

      Please respond with your suggestions for someone to replace Mr. Sessions that you know will be confirmed. Are they going to sail through the hearings or will Sen. Schumer confound things until November or beyond?

      I am only interested in names, no other verbiage. Thank you.

      (P.S. all this blather on FOX News is for ratings – to rake in advertisement $$$- and political posturing by the good folks and some not so good alike)

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    • kingfisher73 says:

      ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
      agree with everything you wrote except the word “almost:”

      i would strike that and substitute traitorous for treasonous…but why quibble ;O

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  7. Gary Ingle says:

    This whole deal is pathetic. Session is acting like a ostrich with his head buried in sand. I can see his concern from the whole picture point of view but Americans are fed up and ready to see his head pluck up and say surprise surprise surprise. My patience is on it’s last thread of the rope. He either needs to weigh in now and do something positive to help our president or get the hell gone. I think he will wind up being the cuck who fell from the nest after sitting there mumbleling to the public all this time and as the most pathetic of them all. Frankly I never supported his apointment simply because he’s been a life time politician double talking for the past 59 years in the swamp covering no one but his own sss….

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  8. Newt Love says:

    I have a fun coincidence that may suggest an even bigger DoJ / FBI Conspiracy than is already being uncovered.

    The quote below is from a Zero Hedge post about the unanswered questions in the Seth Rich murder and why Special Counsel Mueller is trying to indict Russians for hacking the DNC when several involved witnesses say that Seth Rich used a memory stick to get the DNC emails. (Emphasis is mine)
    http://observer.com/2015/01/in-andrew-weissmann-the-doj-makes-a-stunningly-bad-choice-for-crucial-role/

    “Another unexplained fact muddying the Rich case is that of a stolen 40 caliber Glock 22 handgun stolen from an FBI agent’s car the same day Rich was murdered. D.C. Metro police said that the theft occurred between 5 and 7 a.m., while the FBI said two weeks later that the theft had occurred between Midnight and 2 a.m. – fueling speculation that the FBI gun was used in Rich’s murder.”

    So here is my suggestion:
    The (unnamed) FBI Agent who allegedly had his car broken into, and his Glock handgun stolen, was the rabidly Pro-Hillary FBI Agent Peter Strzok.

    Strzok could have faked the car break-in, and used his own Service Weapon to gun-down Seth Rich because Seth had leaked the DNC emails to WikiLeaks, which had damaged Strzok’s beloved candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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    • Newt Love says:

      Seriously! Who is the unnamed FBI Agent?

      My trust in the top teir of the FBI and DoJ under Obama is almost nothing.

      IMHO, people like Strzok were so deluded in their God-Complex, that they would kill for HRC and the DNC, and believe that they were doing the will of their higher power.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        This is supposed to be 1 of a 2 part series article:

        The Family Of SETH RICH Confirm He Transmitted DNC EMAILS TO WIKILEAKS!
        BY IWB · MARCH 2, 2018

        http://investmentwatchblog.com/the-family-of-seth-rich-confirm-he-transmitted-dnc-emails-to-wikileaks/

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        • farrier105 says:

          During a conversation with Joel Rich on December 17, 2016 at 3:17 p.m., the father stated “we know what our son did, but we just want to find Seth’s killer.”

          Reply: There is no context tot this statement. Nowhere do we learn just what the “what” was that Seth Rich did. If they had said, “Seth stole the DNC emails and gave them to Wikileaks,” you would have something. The whole thing would be over, particularly if the Rich family stepped forward and made a formal announcement of this. Instead, they have explicitly DENIED Seth Rich stole the emails or delivered them to Wikileaks. THOSE explicit statements have been made by the Rich family, and this nebulous quote cannot overturn those statements. No court would admit that quote as evidence of what is being alleged.

          I reported on the following quite awhile back, but I was stunned when it was not prominently profiled in the media. Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) — a 30 member group made up of well respected former experts from the National Security Administration, tech companies and other intelligence agencies put out a report asserting that the DNC emails came from a leak, not a hack.

          VIPS stated that “forensic studies of ‘Russian hacking’ into Democratic National Committee computers last year reveal that on July 5, 2016, data was leaked (not hacked) by a person with physical access to DNC computer. After examining metadata from the “Guccifer 2.0” July 5, 2016 intrusion into the DNC server, independent cyber investigators have concluded that an insider copied DNC data onto an external storage device.”

          Reply–This is a timeline of the transfer of the DNC emails to Wikileaks:

          August 2015–December 2016–James Comey of FBI has FBI personnel warn the DNC several times that they might be hacked. The DNC does not respond to them.

          April 29, 2016–An intrusion is detected on the DNC network by the DNC’s IT Department personnel. They report this to CEO Amy Dacey. On this same date, Bernie Sanders drops his lawsuit against the DNC involving access to DNC voter data.

          May 5, 2016–Crowdstrike arrives at the DNC after being hired by Perkins Coie’s Michael Sussman.

          May 5, 2016 through June 10, 2016–Shawn Henry of Crowdstrike, former head of Cyber crimes section for FBI under Comey, deploys FALCON OVERWATCH software on the DNC network, meaning all servers, workstations, the firewall, and other devices. Falcon Overwatch gives Crowdstrike total access to the network and the ability to maintain 24/7 surveillance on all activity. The ENDPOINT SURVEILLANCE technology enables them to DETECT THE INSERTION OF USB STORAGE DEVICES INTO USB PORTS, identifying the server or workstation and the port into which the USB storage device was inserted. During this INCIDENT RESPONSE engagement, Crowdstrike does not attempt to contain the hack until June 11-June 12, 2016. During this time, 75% of the emails given to Wikileaks are stolen, all with dates from May 5 until May 25, 2016. It is like Crowdstrike was WAITING FOR THE EMAILS TO BE CREATED SO THAT THEY COULD BE STOLEN BY HACKERS OR ANYONE ELSE.

          June 11, 2016–Crowdstrike starts to remove the alleged hackers from the network, finishing on June 12, 2016.

          June 12, 2016–The Orlando Pulse alleged mass shooting seizes media attention for the next 10 days. The coming hack story is treated like a nothingburger by the media.

          June 12, 2016–Julian Assange is interviewed in London by ITV’s Robert Preston. Assange has “emails about Hillary Clinton” that will be published “coincident to the Democratic National Convention in July.” Assange tried to tell Preston they were DNC emails, but Preston continually redirects Assange. The media does not find out Wikileaks has the emails until they are published on July 22, 2016.

          June 13, 2016–Crowdstrike and DNC executives give ELLEN NAKASHIMA of the WASHINGTON POST an exclusive on the alleged hack of the DNC.

          June 14, 2016–The Nakashima article appears in WAPO. There is no mention of any stolen emails, which were only “read” or “monitored” by the hackers. No donor information was even ACCESSED let along stolen by the “Russian hackers.” The names “Wikileaks” and “Julian Assange” are not mentioned. It is not going too far to assume that, IF CROWDSTRIKE AND THE DNC KNEW ASSANGE HAD THE EMAILS THEN THEY WOULD HAVE TOLD THIS TO ELLEN NAKASHIMA TO GET IT PUBLISHED IN WAPO. They didn’t even say the emails were stolen.

          June 14, 2016–Dmitri Alperovich writes his final report about the hack for Crowdstrike. The hack was catastrophic with all data on the DNC network compromised. This is unlike the version given to Ellen Nakashima.

          July 5, 2016–There is some kind of event on the DNC network which Crowdstrike claims was another Russian hack (and Crowdstrike failure as they claimed the network was secure on June 13, 2016). This is the event analyzed by William Binney, and declared as a download. By this timeline, THIS JULY 5, 2016 EVENT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE DNC EMAILS PUBLISHED BY WIKILEAKS ON JULY 22, 2016 AS THOSE EMAILS WERE IN THE POSSESSION OF WIKILEAKS ON JUNE 12, 2016, THE DATE ASSANGE WAS INTERVIEWED AND TOLD ROBERT PRESTON HE HAD “EMAILS ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON.” By July 22, 2016, the media is trying to explain how they missed this statement by Julian Assange on JUNE—JUNE—JUNE 12, 2016 that he had the DNC emails that early.

          You can’t use the July 5, 2016 analysis by VIPS to prove the DNC emails were stolen by download as they were stolen up to TWO MONTHS BEFORE IN THE MONTH OF MAY. Does everyone now understand this? No, there is no evidence more emails were given to Assange after July 5, 2016. He had them all before June 12, 2016. Pay close attention to this timeline and read it carefully.

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          • beach lover says:

            And he didn’t get them from the Russians! But, this is when the “Russians Did It” excuse was hatched!
            I don’t trust anything from Crowdstrike. Look who hired them! And of course, they refused to let the FBI has a look at them. All of this so Hillary. Donna Brazile knows alot more than she is saying as well. I still the Arwan brothers are in this one, too.

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            • mimbler says:

              I don’t trust them either. But I believe the decision not to let the FBI examine the servers was a DNC decision. They weren’t crowdstrikes’s servers to give away,

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              • farrier105 says:

                It was a DNC decision. Crowdstrike wanted their FBI pals (Crowdstrike is a Deep State contractor) to come to the DNC engagement as Alperovich wanted to give them the “attribution” of the incident as being a state sponsored Russian hack.

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          • Donna in Oregon says:

            I appreciate your timeline of the DNC events. It appears that several methods are believed to be deployed. Not just one. This does not confirm, nor deny Seth Rich was involved at any point in the DNC leaks. In particular the April 29, 2016 incident.

            So even looking at the lefty news (below NPR article), it appears that there are several different alleged methods of Wikileaks obtaining DNC/Clinton/Podesta emails.

            That means nothing because there has not been an investigation.

            There was no investigation then, and no investigation now. Because if there was one we would know “who done it”. And no one knows who really did it. No one.

            So basically this entire mess is an open forum that cannot be verified, not even by a third-party contractor such as CrowdStrike. Because CrowdStrike did not do their due diligence as referenced in the investigations listed by farrier105.

            Wikileaks reference in the unveiling of the documents, this line “The emails cover the period from January last year until 25 May this year.”

            “Starting on Friday 22 July 2016 at 10:30am EDT, WikiLeaks released over 2 publications 44,053 emails and 17,761 attachments from the top of the US Democratic National Committee — part one of our new Hillary Leaks series. The leaks come from the accounts of seven key figures in the DNC: Communications Director Luis Miranda (10520 emails), National Finance Director Jordon Kaplan (3799 emails), Finance Chief of Staff Scott Comer (3095 emails), Finanace Director of Data & Strategic Initiatives Daniel Parrish (1742 emails), Finance Director Allen Zachary (1611 emails), Senior Advisor Andrew Wright (938 emails) and Northern California Finance Director Robert (Erik) Stowe (751 emails). The emails cover the period from January last year until 25 May this year.”

            https://wikileaks.org/dnc-emails/

            Then Podesta’s timeline:

            March 19, 2016: Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta reportedly receives a phishing email, which led to the theft of thousands of his emails going back years, including embarrassing campaign correspondence. Those emails were then posted by Wikileaks in batches beginning in early October and continuing right through the election. The US intelligence community concluded Russia’s intelligence agency, the GRU, was responsible for the hacking.

            https://www.npr.org/2017/10/31/537926933/2016-under-scrutiny-a-timeline-of-russia-connections

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            • farrier105 says:

              The only thing you have to remember is this: No one could have stolen the DNC emails unless Crowdstrike allowed them to do it because:

              1. The FALCON OVERWATCH software gave Crowdstrike surveillance capability over the entire network. Any hacking activity was being observed from the time Crowdstrike became part of the DNC network. Crowdstrike admits this in their report attributing the “hack” to the Russians. Crowdstrike just watched the Russians steal the documents from May 5, 2016 until the end of their engagement. Crowdstrike PERMITTED the exfiltration by the alleged Russians, and ALLOWED the exfiltrations to continue for 36 days without Crowdstrike intervention to stop itl.

              2. The FALCON OVERWATCH software had ENDPOINT SURVEILLANCE capability that would have resulted in the detection of SETH RICH, or anyone else, inserting a flashdrive into a USB port to download emails. The exact USB port on a particular machine would have been detected. If SETH RICH stole the emails this way, CROWDSTRIKE HAD TO ALLOW SETH RICH TO STEAL THE EMAILS.

              The debate over who stole the emails is over, as no one could have stolen any after May 5, 2016 unless Crowdstrike permitted it, and their own report reveals this. It is “heads we win, tails they lose,” and it has a BOW ON IT.

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      • RAC says:

        Strozk is a lot of bad things but I really don’t think he’s stupid enough to be himself or allow his property to be closely tied to street level violence. IMHO the actual murderer if he is ever found will probably turn out to be either a paid assassin or a willing Hag follower, and considering the controversy, that person might be dead too by now.
        The best hope would be that if several people were involved in the planning, and the investigation comes close to them, one of them starts trying to save himself.
        It would be interesting though to know the reason why the IG decided he wanted to see Strozk’s txt messages, did he look at all of Muellers gang or did he single out Strozk.

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        • RAC says:

          P.S. Also it would be useful to know the date when the IG decided to look at the txt’s.

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        • farrier105 says:

          Seth Rich MIGHT have been the Deep State courier of the emails to Wikileaks. Seth Rich MIGHT have been killed in order to create a rabbit trail for everyone to run down while someone else stole the emails, like someone with 24/7 access to the DNC network who is ABOVE SUSPICION. Seth Rich might have been killed for some other unrelated reason.

          Is there anyone in here who REALLY knows which it is?

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        • joninmd22 says:

          What if he knew the murder would never be investigated? Hillary Clinton would win the election and Rich’s murder would be a forgotten cold case written off as a botched robbery.

          Not buying into Strzok being the trigger man but we know Rich was in contact with the FBI.

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          • farrier105 says:

            Ah, but Hillary did not win the election. A favored Deep State contractor was supposed to save the DNC from a Russian hack, but sat on their asses looking at their laptop screens while allegedly Russians made off with all those over 20,000 emails, the vast majority created while Crowdstrike was there.

            This is all you need to know, and it is 100% certifiably true, and Crowdstrike admits it:

            1. They let the “hackers” steal the emails.
            2. They could monitor all the USB ports on the DNC network and could therefore SEE SETH RICH DO HIS DOWNLOAD TO A FLASHDRIVE.

            This means—NO MATTER WHETHER RUSSIANS HACKED THE DNC, OR SETH RICH STOLE THE EMAILS WITH A FLASHDRIVE, THE ONLY WAY ANYONE WAS GOING TO STEAL THOSE EMAILS WAS IF CROWDSTRIKE PERMITTED THEM TO STEAL THE DNC EMAILS.

            It is no more complicated than that. This completely impeaches what Crowdstrike did, and puts the enemy on the defensive. They can play “conspiracy theory” all day long with Seth Rich stuff. This way, IT DOESN’T MATTER IF RUSSIANS DID IT OR NOT. Crowdstrike is still RESPONSIBLE. Dude, it’s heads we win, tails the Deep State loses. I mean, it has a FREAKING BOW ON IT.

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    • As a retired police officer of 28 years service, I can’t ever recall of a robbery victim being shot in the back. However, if it was a hit, shooting someone twice in the back; you’re taking a chance that he might survive. Unless the shooter waited to see if he expired; which a hit man would do, but not an armed robber.

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    • Newt Love says:

      I just want to know which FBI Agent had his 40 Caliber Glock handgun stolen from his car. It was in Washington, DC, so chances are the Agent was from the FBI Headquarters office.

      What a coincidence that it happened just before Seth was killed.

      Maybe it was just a coincidence, but I still want to know the Agent’s name. Was it “Andy” McCabe?
      Maybe JW will file a FOIA to find out!

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  9. Pyrran says:

    I’m guessing that the IG report will be used as a basis to appoint a special counsel.
    The IG will categorize the abuses and a special counsel will go after the abusers.
    At least, I hope that is what will happen.

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    • Keebler ac says:

      Gaetz or Zeldin I believe said it would stretch the time out too long and SC should not be contingent on an IG report 2 years out. One of them specifically said do it now because we’re losing valuable time. What if the IG reneges a year or out? A lot can happen.

      Rep. Matt Gaetz personally met with Sessions:

      “I did sit down with the Attorney General along with Judiciary Chair Bob Goodlatte and many others and I was disappointed that the Attorney General didn’t seem to be very engaged on any of these issues regarding existential threats to the Trump administration. He was deferring to a team that answers to Rod Rosenstein for goodness sakes.”

      There is something very wrong.

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      • beach lover says:

        I agree. I was in the “give Sessions a chance” camp and still want so much to think this is going the way that is best for Trump. But, I get concerned when so many of the good GOP seem to be harping on this SP route. Maybe what they know of all the abuses by so many in the O WH would require it. Maybe they know that if it is going to include the big names like Brennan, Clapper, Rice, on top of Comey, and the small group.. that congress can’t do it. And I certainly don’t want Mueller to get this charge! (I’m still hopeful Horowitz has included some of this in his report, so the stage is set for the big names already)

        If they could get Joe diGenova in there, I would be satisfied, but only someone that won’t take years to get with it. The people are getting weary let alone impatient.

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        • Keebler ac says:

          Sessions has something in his exfensive work past that neutralizes him as an effective AG. He’s been in trouble before. The swamp has threatened to expose it again and drag it out as contention. Sessions being so stubborn reiterating that he is honorable means he’s trying to counteract something in the past. As long as he cooperates with Rod, he’s scot-free. This is very troubling.

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  10. Donna in Oregon says:

    Rod Rosenstein signed one of the extensions for FISA and the Fake dossier? If this is true,
    why is Rod Rosenstein still working there? The letter to AG Sessions from Devin Nunes states 6 felonies occurred in each instance the Fake dossier was used in the FISA court to spy on the Trump campaign.

    A year ago, there was a normal period of adjustment and gathering evidence for the Obama/Clinton crimes. It has been over a year now…..long past the due date.

    Running out the statute of limitations is not justice, it is abstention, obstruction of justice, dereliction of duty, and gross malfeasance.

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  11. Realist says:

    The swamp is deep and the swamp is wide and Sessions is the GATEKEEPER

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    • starfcker says:

      Absolutely correct

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    • amwick says:

      That means our President is actually a swamp creature too… and that he will suffer fools gladly… It cannot be both ways.

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      • Remington says:

        Bingo, amwick….It’s a digital function…a 1 or a 0…either you trust PDJT or not…You can have misgivings about Session, I think we all are a little nervous, but when all is said and done…

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      • Summer says:

        Non sequitur. Sessions got this position as a reward for his support. He wanted this position because of his desire to deal with the illegal immigration. No one anticipated he would recuse himself from draining the Swamp. Certainly Trump did not expect that either.

        Trump is unhappy with Sessions because of his recusal that led to the appointment of Mueller and Rosenstein running the show. Evidence: Trump’s own words. Claiming otherwise — no evidence whatsoever, just mental masturbation.
        Trump can’t fire AGINO Sessions because the Senate threatened him with retaliation, including NOT confirming his replacement, and Rosenstein would become acting AG which is worse than having AGINO Sessions.

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    • Orygun says:

      Trump has been watching these people operate for years. He knows who all the players are and he alluded to that in his rallies. The most critical position in his administration and he puts a deep state shill in it. Not likely or even feasible.
      I can understand the deep state wanting to remove Sessions as the heat is starting to get too much. They would like any kind of action that will disrupt the flushing of the swamp.

      President Trumps picks for his inner circle have been impeccable and now we are to believe the most important one of all is bad. Never mind the Court systems are full of corrupt judges and this is one of the most important tasks in the history of our nation.

      Everything hinges on this and it has to be done perfectly if we hope to overturn a century worth of corruption that has led us to this point.

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  12. Craig from Scotland says:

    June 15 1917, President Woodrow Wilson signed the Espionage Act into law. The Espionage Act was further modified by the Sedition Act of 1918 but those amendments were ultimately overturned on March 3 1921.
    The Sedition Act — a set of amendments to the Espionage Act — sought to criminalize statements during the war that were “disloyal, profane, scurrilous, or abusive… about the form of government of the United States.

    Although the ‘Sedition Act’ of 1918, was repealed on March 3 1921, the original Espionage Act was left intact.
    The Espionage Act of 1917 is a United States federal law passed on June 15, 1917, shortly after the U.S. entry into World War I. It has been amended numerous times over the years.

    Prior to the Obama administration, there had been only three known cases resulting in indictments in which the 1917 US Espionage Act was used to prosecute government officials for leaks:
    Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo 1971, Samuel Morison 1985 and Lawrence Franklin 2005.

    The Obama Administration added seven cases to the list.
    That’s right – 7 out of 10 under one President.

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  13. ABN says:

    What we need to do is get Sessions to read this site!

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  14. H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

    Something has to happen pretty soon. The rank and file in the country are being constantly bombarded with anti-Trump propaganda by the MM. Despite the economy I believe the negativity of the press and what appears to be inaction by the DOJ combined with ZERO support by so-called Republican Senators will result in disaster for the President in the mid-terms. Being that Senator Grassley is so involved with “seeking the truth” you would think he would acquiesce to replacing the AJ – – – unless he, like Sundance knows more than we do! I’m getting frustrated. I need moral support, some good news or a good stiff drink.

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    • Benson II says:

      Those of us on this site might think what you’ve outline will effect the mid-terms but it’s what you dismissed (the economy) that’s going to win the mid-terms. President Trump’s approval is already a couple of points above what Obama’s was at this point and as long as he doesn’t get all sentimental and sloppy again about gun control the turn out is going to be better than most mid-terms. He’s keeping his visibility high and isn’t going to let up on what’s been accomplished and that will be the winning action.

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  15. Doodlebug says:

    What can ‘we’ do as citizens to ‘demand’ prosecution or a second special counsel?

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  16. amwick says:

    I am not in favor of another SC… I want the justice system to work the way it was designed. IG Horowitz will issue a report… It is his job to investigate internal problems. It is the job of the DOJ to prosecute the issues that have been reported. That is our system in a nutshell.

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  17. georgiafl says:

    A Special Counsel is not a panacea. I firmly believe Sessions and the IG are working hard on bringing Ø and H> to justice.

    Sessions was a strong steely law and order guy for all of his career and he’s not about to protect the most egregious violators of law and order of this century now!

    Trump is not about to back down either.

    A Special Counsel is just an extension of the Congressional Investigation do nothing cr4p we have seen for the last 8 years – eating up million$, taking YEARS, and resulting in nothing.

    Let the DOJ/IG work.

    The crimes are so many and complex, it will take time to do it right. In the meantime, why not use Ø’s legally expanded surveillance powers on him and his nasty crew, eh?

    Obama increased access for warrantless data gathering:
    2017
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jan/12/obama-us-intelligence-greater-access-warrantless-data-foreign-targets

    There was a dramatic rise in warrantless surveillance during the O years.

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    • Pat Fredetrick says:

      Sundance has repeatedly told us that when an IG comes upon a crime–he has a duty to immediately report it. At that point, the crime can begin to be investigated–no one needs to wait for the report to come out to start looking at what he’s found. There is good reason to believe that things are already happening in the system–how many sealed indictments are waiting? timing is everything and patience may be wearing thin—but we can’t rush this process-it’s too important!

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      Sundance has repeatedly told us that when an IG comes upon a crime–he has a duty to immediately report it. At that point, the crime can begin to be investigated–no one needs to wait for the report to come out to start looking at what he’s found. There is good reason to believe that things are already happening in the system–how many sealed indictments are waiting? timing is everything and patience may be wearing thin—but we can’t rush this process-it’s too important!
      sorry for the double post–fat fingers this morning

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  18. Joe says:

    When was the last time Trump pulled a con? Never.

    His tweets about Sessions are not 3D chess. He’s not BS’ing us.

    The Deplorables MUST have his back and vociferously demanding Sessions either do his job or resign is OUR job.

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  19. Mike diamond says:

    The swamp got to sessions about a year ago ! Its a shame!

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  20. SPMI says:

    How much, how long, and for what reason can the American Public who have the information live with
    Obstruction of Justice.
    We want indightments NOW.
    Right now. If this does not occur immediately
    It is likely that good honest republicans will
    Simply not vote. And when that occurs we are doomed. Our country is destroyed and evil reins.
    Get your trembling asses together and finish these
    Horrible people once and for all. The Democratic Party as a whole is nothing short of satanic. They have lost their hearts and souls. They represent a history of habitual lying, murdering and infectious
    Arrogance that must be destroyed.

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  21. Jedi9 says:

    I am not sure what the point is in watching day in and out all these media personalities! It’s an exercise in futility to placate the masses! Where is the action? Action speaks louder than words, everything else is just fodder spoon fed by the establishment media and their propagandists who want nothing more to make believers of their electorate to have control of the national narrative! Show me! Why does my vote matter? Show me what you are going to do! Otherwise my time is wasted on indulgence by virtue of my own addiction to consume such gossip hooked by crook of the ever coming but never delivering suspenseful outcome! Suspense in of itself is the promise for something that rarely ends up being as big as it is built up to be but merely a boondoggle of disappointment designed to make you forget within a deep sigh that laments for tomorrow! Yesterday’s sperm tomorrow’s ashes is what Washington has become to be! Know your time is wasted on such talking heads that serve no purpose other than to hear themselves! It is you, the American people that need to decide how your voice is heard! PDJT gave you the answer, and it is left for you is to use it in ways that silences the noise of MSM! The war is now!

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    • Remington says:

      I don’t know….why would you watch these ….media personalities…? You can feel the angst on this site…think about the places where stinkin’ liberals hang out…going crazy, I bet. I think PDJT sees all this and is waiting for it to almost reach critical mass and pull the trigger. We all know he is a master at timing such things…

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  22. Is there a statute of limitations on Uranium One?

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  23. freddy says:

    I’m giving all of this a month till the first IG report comes out. At that point if Sessions does not move then he is the Judas and was the Trojan Horse allowing Rosenstien and Mueller into the gates after he dropped his sword. It will the be the greatest betrayal in history. Mueller is moving fast and using every dirty cop and attorney he can assemble. Yet the honorable gentleman from SC allows it and supports it. So much for his integrity claim. I see in 6 months Mueller brings some bogus charges he won’t indicte on but allows the house to impeach. Either way Trump is toast soon with Sessions inert…….We could lose it all here soon……..

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    • Yep, Sessions is Judas or a mole from day one…he is a disgrace and doing serious harm to the President and our country. Why won’t he resign????

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      • Blaze says:

        “Why won’t he resign”?…same reason Mueller continues his witch hunt without mercy and unimpeded. Sessions is helping Mueller is the ONLY conclusion you can draw.

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        • mimbler says:

          My speculation (and of course that is all it is), is a little milder. I think that Sessions wanted the position not the job.

          It is the pinnacle position for a lawyer and certain to be a point of pride. But 25 years in the Senate tends to make people accepting of corruption around them, even if they are not corrupt themselves. So he does a good job on immigration, and drug enforcement, but doesn’t appear to have the stomach to attack the corruption in DC itself.

          I’m more than willing to be surprised and see him spring into action after the IG report. I’d be delighted. And it could certainly happen, but I’m not expecting it. Nunes seems to be lowering our expectations of the report’s scope.

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  24. Johnny says:

    I found this site a couple of months ago and I absolutely love coming here and reading the Articles and everyone’s comments. Everything that people post here are very intelligent comments. When I see everybody’s comments it reassures me that there are a lot of others who are thinking the same things as me.

    I hope I do not offend anyone but, I have to get this off my chest.I hope you help me better understand this bag of snakes better.

    1. The AG refused himself because he said he had contact with a Russian Diplomat, and he was a part of the Campaign of President Trump. All things dealing with the Russian investigation are deferred to the Assistant Attorney General.
    2. Why has the Assistant Attorney General not recused himself because of his ties to the Russian investigation? He is up to his ears in this mess. He actually signed the warrant that lied to the FISA COURT. HE also appointed a Special Prosecutor for no crime. He has made the President’s life a nightmare from day one.
    3. Now we have proof that a secret court in the United States has condoned and allowed the DOJ and FBI to SPY and call an American a SPY and completely trample on their CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS.
    4. Why would we agree to have these criminals investigate themselves?
    5. Why is our Attorney General hiding? Why is he not standing for the man he campaigned for? Why is he not standing up for us Deplorables that voted them in?

    Finally I want sunlight in this criminality. I hope you understand my thoughts.

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    • grizz1 says:

      Indeed.
      If sessions would have at least done something to lois lerner instead of letting her retire with full benefits and a 6 figure pension we might have a little more confidence.
      As it is,her and kosiken ride off into the sunset making more $ in retirement than most Americans make in a year

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  25. yy4u says:

    Re Jeff Sessions appointing a “special counsel.” Sorry but I have no faith in special counsels. Unless they’re sicced on Republicans, the press sees that nothing comes of it. Ken Starr was neutered. He found evidence that Hillary had her fingers in all sort s of illegal pies but did nothing. He knew and said she was a consummate liar but he did nothing. He put a few small fries into jail so he could show he collected enough scalps to remain in the tribe, but what came out of Whitewater? Nothing. Travelgate? Nothing. Filegate? Nothing. Paula Jones collected some money but the press managed not to report it and her name was trashed. Juanita Broaddrick they ignored. Kathleen Willey they took the Clintons’ side. Special Counsels in my opinion are the equivalent of troops in a old timey (20th c) Palace Coup — The General being the Democrats. So all a special counsel would do is spend a lot of money and find nothing as Kenn Starr. Maybe put Strzok and Page in jail for awhile. But what if Sessions has hired some DOJ attorneys who are not compromised and corrupt like the rest of the holdovers from the Obama-Bush-Clinton years? What if these attorneys are working with FBI agents who are in essence whistleblowers and are not corrupt and compromised? What if POTUS knows this? Just askin. Again. I know nothing for certain just doubtful that Donald J. Trump would keep in an important position someone who wasn’t doing a good job. Not his style.

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    • Johnny says:

      I sure hope your what if theory is sound. I am ex military and I fill we are losing the advantage.
      I am not trying to say you are wrong. I am just venting my frustrations.

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  26. technerd55 says:

    Anyone notice that congressman always talk using filler language on cable talk shows: “we should”, “we oughta”, “we need to do a better job’. And never seem to get around to doing what they “should”, “oughta” or “need” to do. I can name a dozen YouTube channels that offer better insight and analysis than this stuff.

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  27. Paco Loco says:

    The whole point of the Mueller SC investigation was to create a sword of Damocles hanging over Trumps head. This investigation has been all about creating the perception that Trump somehow stole the election by colluding with the Russians(despite there being zero proof). Obama and Clinton want to keep this investigation going as long as possible to lower Trumps popularity and distract from his accomplishments. Session by recusing himself from anything to do with Russia influence in the election is at this point looking like either a patsy, a swampster or both. The longer this investigation percolates, the more it will cause public distrust. That’s the enemies goal, a never ending Kafkaesque investigation to discredite all things Trump.

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    • gda says:

      “This investigation has been all about creating the perception that Trump somehow stole the election by colluding with the Russians”

      Over 50% of the country believe Obama/Hillary tried to screw with Trump both before and after the election.
      Only 1% of those polled indicated that the Russia collusion thing would influence their vote in the upcoming mid-terms.

      FAIL.

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      • Paco Loco says:

        Then why does Mueller continue his investigation with no end in sight if the public already has concluded that Obama/Clinton are the perps?

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        • Paco Loco says:

          Tax payers who voted for Trump are paying for this witch hunt to continue. Perception is nine tenths of the problem. Mueller and Sessions both need to go!

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        • Newt Love says:

          Because the RINO Special School Counselor Robber MuleEar, who as Dir FBI, moonlighted as HRC’s courier to take 10 ounces of American YellowCake (uranium) ore in a leaf lined Diplomatic Pouch, to Russia, so that Putin’s scientists could verify the purity of the drugs oops! strike that, the purity of the yellowcake, so that HRC could close the deal on her Uranium One sellout of America for her own personal gain.

          Despite the words in the order to hire Robber MuleEar as the Special Council, he believes that he was hired to GET TRUMP BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY.

          It’s all fruit of the poisoned tree.
          I hope that MuleEar goes to prison with the rest of them.

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    • Johnny says:

      Bingo
      That is how I feel also.

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  28. coltlending says:

    In my best Johnny Carson impression, “I did not know that.”

    If true, I’m not surprised.

    Mueller and Sessions are the UniParty’s firewall.

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  29. yy4u says:

    Someone on this board equated Jeff Sessions with Columbo a few months back. Before we all get our undies in a bunch, let’s recall that Columbo in his rumpled raincoat and his clueless look and apparently insignificant questions never let the target realize he/she was the target until they were so ensnared there was no way to escape. Is this what Sessions is doing? My fantasy? Posted above. About July, far enough in advance of the midterms that the Dems can’t howl fowl — although they always howl fowl when they don’t win — Jeff Sessions announces his DOJ and the IG has been investigating: Clinton E-mails, Uranium One, Russia collusion with Democrats and a Special Counsel that is colluding with the FBI, some in the DOJ, Russian collusion with Democrats and here are the indictments: James Comey, Robert Mueller, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Andrew McCabe, Etc Etc Etc — and whoever turns state’s evidence first and provides irrefutable evidence against the others will get a plea bargain. Hints of pardons to Hill and Bill if they turn in their “friends” — no pardon for dirty cops (Comey, McCabe, Strzok), shyster lawyers (Page, Baker) and the fullest extent of jail time and fines delivered upon conviction. All will be tried in Virginia and not DC. Anyway that’s my fantasy. What’s sad is IF we didn’t have a Banana Republic and had a real nation of laws, it wouldn’t be fantasy but would be what happens.

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  30. Ockham's Phaser says:

    “Whoever controls the media, controls the mind” – Jim Morrison

    I continue to hold out hope that the display of incompetence and/or disinterest by AG Sessions is calculated as a means to direct the narrative.

    The media is the biggest impediment to justice in this country and this administration knows it. After all, whether criminal charges, indictments and grand juries dribble out bit by bit now or all at once later, would it make any difference? The media will still re-package, obfuscate, re-wright, spin, re-direct, falsely accuse, assassinate character, cast aspersions, mock and tell fairy tales, wouldn’t they? That is what the majority of people going about their busy daily lives will see, it’s what they will hear, it’s what they will know and it is what they will breath, eat and digest and come to believe at truth. Facts be damned, people will not be allowed to make up their own minds. So, what’s to be gained by waiting?

    I think some believe that the longer this drags on, the more people will become aware or ‘woke’ and thus the demand for justice will develop. Some believe the longer this drags out the further behind we get, and therefore Liberals will continue to control and refine their death grip on the narrative heading into the 2018 election cycle.

    At face value, things look bleak. Perhaps, but, what would the media reaction be if Sessions drops a MOAB all at once in reaction to the IG report? What would the media do if we wake up one morning to most of these former Obama officials in handcuffs? The media would be caught flat footed at the starting line. Given that they are protecting by ignoring right now, they would be caught off guard. The story telling. propaganda, meme phase of media manipulation would have been bypassed, skipped over, negated and neutralized. They would not have sufficient space to condition the minds of the masses. No time to refute every new allegation with a counter scenario led by a panel of experts. They simply won’t have the time to paint the picture they would like us to see. They will have lost CONTROL. If I’m wrong, I’m just going to forget about justice, righteousness and all that high-minded stuff, grab my fishing rod, and head for the river.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “The media is the biggest impediment to justice in this country and this administration knows it.”
      -The people that read and frequent this site know far more than Joe Sixpack working 70 hour weeks, especially if he is only taking in the untruthful bile spewing from most of the MSM. However, things are changing and a solid year+ of “RUSSIA!!” has the people of the USA weary and unbelieving.

      Hence the applause on “The View” (I think that was the show) last week when Condoleeza Rice told Adam Schiff that Americans want this Russia dung to stop.

      PDJT knows this, so the war is not only for the truth and justice, but the battle also involves the “fake news”. It has taken over a year for people to realize that they cannot trust the MSM

      Even Joe Sixpack. So when the axe falls, the MSM lies will no longer be believed by the vast majority of the American people. That is why this is taking so long – IMO

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  31. gymcy81 says:

    (synopsis)
    per a discussion on Hannity,
    about a year ago, M. Levin
    sent a letter to FISA judge Collyer and and brought up that
    the FISA judge(s) should feel betrayed by the mis-representation of the FISA applications,
    yet,
    where is the FISA judge call for contempt of court, or otherwise …?

    Answer: there was no case before them at the moment
    (but the FISA was renewed, 3 to 4 times, and so yes, the ball was in their court at the time.)

    … DC obfuscation …

    p.s. the judge(s) are a political appointment ……..
    The term length is ?

    Next step?
    Take a look at the past,
    and then the current political hierarchy …for adjudication / corrective measure(s)…
    …and await the IG report (which has begun to get leaked, and then obfuscated 1 bit at at time…)

    imho
    I do not know

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Last week when Mr. Levin returned to Mr. Hannity’s FBN show for a segment, Levin was infuriated that Judge Collyer was in CYA mode big time. It was like she was pulling a Bill Clinton ” it depends on what the meaning of the word is, is”.

      The warrant was clearly renewed afterwards, so I guess because the particular paperwork for that particular case was not in front of Judge Collyer right at that particular moment, well “Nothing before this court” could be her response.

      My personal opinion after viewing that segment (I think it aired Wed. Feb. 28) was that Mr. Levin was seriously trying to contain himself from saying something along the lines of the FISC Judges being in the same boat as the top FBI/DOJ officials.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        BTW- Mr. Levin will have Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) on his new show (for the full hour) tonight at 10 pm EST on FNN. I look forward to watching.

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  32. Jane Smith says:

    Laws don’t seem to apply to Swamp Creatures. So, why bother even having a DOJ? Just abolish it.
    Problem solved…Mueller, Rosenstein, and Sessions go away…

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Mr. Levin stated on his FNN show this evening that the Constitution only gave us instructions for the Supreme Court.
      ALL the other federal courts, the FBI, DOJ were created by Congress.
      So yes, congress technically could abolish them.

      Chris Farrell has said recently the FBI should be abolished. An investigative branch of the US Marshall Service could be opened and real special agents solving real cases could apply there. Give pink slips to the pencil pushers and jail to those responsible for not acting on the tips concerning the Florida school shooter.

      Congress is really fed up with both the FBI and DOJ, so hey – you never know.

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  33. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Because a lot of lawyers work there. They are usually the last people to be laid off or fired.

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  34. How utterly depressing! The statute of limitations ran out on Uranium one a few months ago. No wonder Mueller was dragging his feet and taking his time. Really angry about this. The Clintons could have been charged for taking $45 million in kickbacks, but not now…They can still go after the foundation, but when?

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    • G. Combs says:

      “The statute of limitations ran out on Uranium one a few months ago.”

      🙄

      The statute of limitations STOPS DEAD with an indictment.
      On November 22, 2017, there were 4,289 sealed indictments. By January 28, 2018 there were 13,605 sealed indictments.

      https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/952993916390903809.html

      https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-president-maryland-based-transportation-company-indicted-11-counts-related-foreign
      …..

      Add to that RICO. The RICO Act itself does not contain a statute of limitations. For civil RICO the courts applied the state statue of limitations.

      For criminal SEE: https://www.justia.com/criminal/docs/rico.html
      “[…]RICO allows for prosecution of all individuals involved in a corrupt organization. For mob prosecutions, that means that the government can go after top leadership as well as the hit men and capos. And RICO established much enhanced sentences, as well. John L. Smith described the impact of RICO in an article for the Las Vegas Review-Journal: “After RICO, mob families began to crack under the very real threat that members and associates could be indicted en masse for a wide range of criminal activity. … [E]ven the strongest stand-up guy would have trouble fading the 20-year (and more) sentences that began accompanying RICO convictions.”///

      Criminal RICO
      To violate RICO, a person must engage in a pattern of racketeering activity connected to an enterprise. The law defines 35 offenses as constituting racketeering, including gambling, murder, kidnapping, arson, drug dealing, bribery. Significantly, mail and wire fraud are included on the list. These crimes are known as “predicate” offenses. To charge under RICO, at least two predicate crimes within 10 years must have been committed through the enterprise.

      Note that an enterprise is required. This might be a crime family, a street gang or a drug cartel. But it may also be a corporation, a political party, or a managed care company. The enterprise just has to be a discrete entity; but an enterprise is not the same as an individual. Thus, a corporation may be the enterprise through which individuals commit crimes, but it can’t be both an individual and the enterprise.

      The criminal RICO statute provides for prison terms of 20 years and severe financial penalties. The law also allows prosecutors to attach assets, so they can’t be whisked out of the country before judgment.[…]”

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  35. We are definitely running out of time to control the narrative.

    There is no dispute that the facts are on our side — Hillary “SWATTED” Trump, and the SWAT team was in on the deal. There is no question of who is right and who is wrong — Hillary, Obama, DOJ, FBI all broke the law with impunity going after Trump.

    However, we are losing the PR war. People believe what they want to believe to support what they want, and 45% want to destroy Trump for one misguided or corrupt reason or another.

    There are only a few persuadables, and the truth is getting no oxygen. It is on life support here at CTH, and perhaps it can flame to a roaring fire, but some counter narrative needs to get traction. Nunes and Grassley are blowing on the coals as hard as they can, but the MSM and Mueller and the collaborators are throwing water on it as fast as they can.

    A breakout is needed. Perhaps OIG report can be that, but if it isn’t we are screwed. I admit, I am scared that Sessions is not up to it, despite those who want to reassure us. Perhaps he is honorable, but if he doesn’t realize we are in an existential shooting war and is worried about “alleged honor” over survival, then we have a big problem. Our problem is always that we want the rule of law and our opponents want the rule of them. Rules change when it is a war, and perhaps Sessions doesn’t realize that he has to burn down it to the ground before “honor” can be re-established. “Honor” in this case means fighting to the death for freedom, not walking around trying to display your virtue.

    End of March is my limit, and even that is too far.

    BTW, Mueller is going to play the obstruction card, that is the only card he has, even though it’s a joker. What comes after that is probably pretty bad. These MFs destroy everything good and then deign to look down their noses at us.

    No probable cause for Mueller Investigation
    FBI/DOJ committed deprivation of rights under color of law.
    Multiple Felonies
    STASI MFers

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  36. Mike diamond says:

    Where is special council investigation into Debbie Wasserman Schultz computer!?? A wan?????the DNC computers!????Obama spying on President Trump!????Comey,leaking classfied info to the press! Obama didn’t like bb so he tried to influence the Israel elections! Obama and the bad Iran deal! Hillary bleached her computer! The us news media tried their best to get Hillary elected! Yet its all about Russia????give me a break!

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  37. ElvisP says:

    Jeff Sessions is crooked and was a plant in Trump’s camp from the beginning, as an insurance policy. The only remaining question is whether he was a plant of the Democrats or the deep state Republicans. I’m really ashamed to admit that I live in Alabama and voted for Sessions in every election he was a candidate in.

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