BREAKING: Jeff Sessions Already Has “Outside DC” Justice Official Investigating Judiciary Committee Concerns…

Judicial analyst and Fox News host, Shannon Bream, has an exclusive interview airing tonight on Fox News.  Jake Gibson is a Fox News producer and just tweeted this:

It would appear Attorney General Jeff Sessions already has a DOJ prosecutor looking into the issues uncovered by the House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte.

You might note, as we previously outlined, Chairman Bob Goodlatte -as a specific outcome of his oversight role-  is the congressional leader working closest with DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz.   I shall resist the urge….

 

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747 Responses to BREAKING: Jeff Sessions Already Has “Outside DC” Justice Official Investigating Judiciary Committee Concerns…

  1. MaineCoon says:

    OBTW, just another little Sessions tid bit…..He’s producing all the Fast And Furious Documents!!!

    FTA: Today, the Department of Justice entered into a conditional settlement agreement with the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and will begin to produce additional documents related to Operation Fast and Furious. The conditional settlement agreement, filed in federal court in Washington D.C., would end six years of litigation arising out of the previous administration’s refusal to produce documents requested by the Committee.

    In announcing the settlement, Attorney General Sessions said:

    “The Department of Justice under my watch is committed to transparency and the rule of law. This settlement agreement is an important step to make sure that the public finally receives all the facts related to Operation Fast and Furious.”

    Component(s):
    Office of the Attorney General
    Press Release Number:
    18 – 277

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/department-justice-enters-conditional-settlement-agreement-produce-fast-and-furious-documents

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  2. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I don’t know who it is, but I hope that it blows up the Swamp when it finally breaks. I was hesitant of another SC. Sessions was on fire today in California. Now, I see that he is going after Holder/Obama.

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      BTW, if it is Judge Andrew Hanen, that would be down right awesome!

      Liked by 7 people

      • William F Buckley's Ghost says:

        Sessions said DOJ! The judge is not DOJ.

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        • ForGodandCountry says:

          Wrong.

          US District Judges are judges that preside over FEDERAL courts in US districts…very much part of the DOJ.

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          • Lulu says:

            No they are the judicial branch DOJ is executive branch

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            • ForGodandCountry says:

              So you’re saying not only am I wrong, but Sundance is too. Gotcha.

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              • Deb says:

                Sundance isn’t infallible. We’re all human.

                I didn’t see where Sundance said that Hanen was part of the DOJ.

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                • OldSaltUSNR says:

                  Ditto, Deb. It’s not here anywhere on this thread.

                  The first reference was by “ForGodandCountry”, and he/she did not substantiate the claim with a quote or reference from Sundance or anyone else. I have to assume that he/she is claiming a privileged source, or at least private conversation with Sundance, that Hanen is the Judge.

                  Nice speculation, but I believe at this point, that’s all there is to it.

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                • OldSaltUSNR says:

                  Should have said in my last post to Deb:

                  “or at least private conversation with Sundance, that Hanen is the new Special Counsel”

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              • lokiscout says:

                Haven’t seen SD jump in here. Nice try though.

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            • Lunagirl says:

              That judges are part of the judicial branch, not the executive branch and/or DOJ, is absolutely correct. I guess if the judge was at one time a federal prosecutor it could still be him. At first I didn’t understand Sessions’ statement to mean that “many years in the DOJ” necessarily meant currently in the DOJ, but it probably would have to be, because otherwise it’s a Special Counsel, and he clearly hasn’t gone there yet.

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            • Congress = Legislative Branch (write/enact laws)
              DOJ = Exec branch (enforce laws)
              Judiciary = Judicial Branch (interpret laws)

              Notice sessions says “many years in Dept of Justkce.” He doesn’t say currently in DOJ, though. So this could be a former DOJ prosecutor who’s now a judge.

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          • bayoukiki says:

            DOJ is part of the executive branch of government. Judges are the judicial branches. Judges don’t investigate – they adjudicate

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      • cozette says:

        Much like appointing Pruitt to head his long time nemisis, the EPA. Lol.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      WeThePeople2016, and moonbeam and Gutierrez both saying he can’t do this to CA which means they think breaking federal laws is less than their made up state laws. Sessions is showing us what he has been working on for months while so many were complaining but remember he did say he had 100s of cases to go over and that is why he recused himself to get everything together and then pounce along with Trump. I don’t trust Rosenstein and I think that is also part of the reason to recuse himself. Well, now things are moving and we will know a lot more over the next weeks.

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  3. alliwantissometruth says:

    Allow me to set the schedule…

    First: Deep State federal politicians, bureaucrats & officials

    Second: Local State politicians, bureaucrats & officials

    Third: Dept of Education upper hierarchy including the Teachers Union

    Fourth: MS MEDIA organizations & owners

    Fifth: International Globalist elite

    Sixth: Party for American Citizens

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    • cozette says:

      The media is scheduled to go down just prior to or during round #1. As to your #5, the Globalists have been openly under attack at least since Oct. of last year when President Trumps Saudi ally, Crown Prince MbS, arrested all of the billionaire princes associated with the the Deep State/CIA/Bush/Clinton/Obama cabal. The House of Saud had been one of the top 3 funders of the NWO order agenda. No longer. On Dec. 21, 2017 President Trump signed an EO declaring a National State of Emergency. This EO, coupled with Obamas 2016 NDAA, give him frightening powers which he will need if he is to defeat the EVIL we are facing. For instance, anyone involved anywhere in the world in human trafficking or corruption can have their assets seized without warning and be imprisoned and tried by a military court. The Global Swamp knows what this means. Eric Schmidt stepped down from heading Alphabet Google on the day the EO was signed. Eric was involved in manipulating Social Media to help Clinton, the fake Crowdstrike report saying Russia hacked the DNC and MUCH, MUCH worse. He’s even tied in to NK. Additionally, Sessions has been rounding up the Deep States muscle, MS13, curtailed the flow of their other group of muscle, Islamists and have been infiltrating Antifa. That way the Swamp has fewer street troops to cause violence when everything goes down. Bottom line, I expect President Trump and his team to hit on multiple fronts as they did today and I expect them to keep attacking unrelentingly. This counter attack on the Swamp has been carefully planned and choeographed for a loooooooong time. Just wait until the DHS/ONDI report on 2016 election cheating comes out. It will be a MOAB. Enjoy. #InternetBillofRights.

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      • TomF says:

        Great post, Cozette.
        Thank you.

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      • G. Combs says:

        Cozette
        Also David Rockefeller one of the nastiest NWO Master Minds died March 20, 2017. (The election of President Trump probably killed him.) And one of his most effective lieutenants, Maurice Strong, died November 27, 2015.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “…Just wait until the DHS/ONDI report on 2016 election cheating comes out…..”

        😁
        Pigeon, the former chairman of the Erie County Democratic Party with heavy ties to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, pleaded not guilty

        Former Upstate New York Democratic Party Chair Indicted for Bribery Scheme

        “A federal grand jury sitting in the Western District of New York returned an eight-count indictment against a former Erie County, New York Democratic party chair for bribing a New York State supreme court justice.

        Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Blanco of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and Acting U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy Jr. for the Western District of New York made the announcement.

        “Bribery of a judge strikes at the very core of our democracy,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Blanco. “The independence of the judiciary is paramount to civilized society. Our prosecutors and law enforcement partners will pursue any and all attempts to corrupt our fundamental institutions, including the judiciary.” […]”

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      • Lunagirl says:

        Trump’s March 1 Executive Order regarding Court Marshall law is also very interesting. It does seem to be aimed at dealing with a high volume of cases that will involve “civilian” attorneys, and allows military court tribunals to have “designees” attend to certain duties, such as granting immunity, etc. To me both of those changes suggest high volume, and broader jurisdiction, or at least a more broad interpretation and/or exercise of existing military jurisdiction. In addition, there’s an expansion of existing martial law that addresses sex crimes against adults AND children, and an entirely new section regarding blackmail by use of illicit photos taken where there is an expectation of privacy, and actual or threatened transmittal or broadcast of said photos, etc.

        I think the sealed indictments against so many probably include perverts that are also victims of blackmail and are now cooperating – and in some cases also resigning or deciding to not to seek re-election – an offer they can’t refuse kind of thing. Which would explain the broad changes in military law regarding allowing and ensuring that sealing documents in military cases is easier to do, and strictly enforced. There is just no other way to make sense out of the totality of what we know is true.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      alliwant, good list starting from top to bottom and slam them hard! Hanging many will ensure the traitors are removed from ever trying to ruin America and take it over. Can you imagine a great July 4th to experience once again INDEPENDENCE!

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  4. bulwarker says:

    Optimism rising

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  5. Evil Elvis says:

    I have been here for 6 months or so, and finally posted. Many thanks to the mods for allowing my posts and MOST IMPORTANTLY, thank you Sundance! I have 4 family members following this site on their iPads. You are a blessing, and we are praying for your continued successful fight for the truth.

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  6. simon says:

    watch sessions derail this investigation with an all clear and everyone walks.

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  7. Q&A says:

    Maybe Sessions realizes a lot of people are losing faith…

    Lou Dobbs poll results:
    Do you believe the corrupt FBI & DOJ leadership will ever be held accountable for launching a phony Russia investigation based on lies and deceit designed by Clinton allies and the Obama admin to destroy the Trump candidacy and then ultimately subvert his presidency?

    Yes – 30 percent
    No – 70 percent

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Here we go. Unreal.

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      • rf121 says:

        Like it or not, until there are indictments there is going to be doubt.

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          I see it heading in that direction because sessions has said several times he is committed to the rule of law that says something…

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          • Mariposa323 says:

            As the daughter of a very successful politician iof 30 years in office , if there is one thing I learned from him .. everything is timing . Sessions is a law man , but politician , and a very successful one , first . Keep that in mind .

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            • Sayit2016 says:

              As the daughter of an very successful entrepreneur some 30 plus years in business, I agree timing is ALL. He says you can be at the right place at the wrong time and still get run over ! ; )

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            • G. Combs says:

              YES, It is all about timing.

              The mid term elections are very very important but the Sheeple have the attention span of a gnat.

              On the other hand my good ‘ole boy neighbor who hates politics is starting to pay attention. I gave him this blog to follow. 😁

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              • sturmudgeon says:

                G.Combs: “The mid term elections are very very important but the Sheeple have the attention span of a gnat.”

                My personal biggest concern. Probable that President Trump/Sessions et-al are VERY aware of this, and so the dragging-out-of-it=all. apologies for poor English in advance.

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      • zorrorides says:

        Lou should run this poll every two weeks. Imagine how good we feel when the poll is 98%- Yes; 2%- Undecided.

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    • Chickficshun says:

      That is a sad commentary on how corrupt the DOJ/FBI has become.

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    • TomF says:

      Lou has them trained.
      He’s been beating on AG Sessions for months.
      Lou is in on the trap and doing his part.

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      • Chickficshun says:

        No. Its because most conservatives dont believe justice will be done. Its not Lou. Lou is simply expressing what many conservatives think. And its pretty ibvious why a lot of conservatives are demoralized. We watched 8 years of unrelenting corruption, swept unddr the rug. We’re watching people go bankrupt (Flynn) defending themselves. People hauled before grand juries for a political smear campaign by started by Clinton, encouraged by Obama, FBI, Intel community.

        Daily beating of conservatives by the entire TV media, print media, social media.

        You are in war zone.

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        • Linda says:

          Let’s face it – we’ve watched 28 years of corruption. Obama was the worst, but Bush 1 and 2 and Clinton were also very corrupt.

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        • Oldschool says:

          Accurate post chick, and add the massacres of innocent Americans that are covered up, there are valid reasons for skepticism. If justice is served, there will be unity.

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        • Mariposa323 says:

          Conservatives beating the drum actually helps Sessions to carry out his plan . By design .

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        • NotALiberal says:

          I too suffer from “battered conservative syndrome.” After all, look at the number of times we have won, only to have the gutless cretins who hold the cards fold when they hold 4 aces in their hands. It’s beyond gut-wrenching. The only thing that works for me is focusing on God and His will, not mine or any others. If God’s will is that this corruption will be not only exposed but the perpetrators punished, then I say Amen (and I really hope He is leaning that direction 😉 ). We must fight the good fight while we can despite the weariness in both heart and soul.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Chick, well since I left being a conservative because so few are the real thing, and am an Independent and proud of being one. Our family left the DNC in the early 60’s and I thank God every day for that. Since the republicans are not fully supporting Trump, I would rather vote for Trump but will vote any republican before a democrat. I am not demoralized but thrilled that Sessions took time to build the cases. I worked for some 50 yrs. in law and a lot of trials and you want to be a fully loaded (gun) case if you want to win. Sessions is there and doing what Trump appointed him to do!

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    • donny2837 says:

      That’s great! 70% believe nothing’s going to happen, nothing will change, it will still be same? (I’m surprised it isn’t higher, given all the MSM propaganda). What’s going to happen when, all of a sudden, they see important politicians being indicted, sent to jail and charged? How is MSN going to ‘spin’ that?

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      • diogenes says:

        If that day actually comes, I will be thrilled. In the mean time, I remain convinced that the only actual justice these traitors will see is at the end of a vigilance committee rope.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “…How is MSN going to ‘spin’ that?”

        From a jail cell I hope. 😋

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      • TomR,Worc,MA,USA says:

        I have given this a little thought. When and if indictments start to come down, they (the MSM) are going to play it as an attempted coup. They have ignored it for so long now, they will have no other choice IMHO. Sadly there is big chunk of the American electorate that will buy it hook line and sinker.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      I do not think that is it at all. I do not believe Sessions is going to allow himself to be rushed on this and he will bring It Forward when he’s darn good and ready.

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    • mcclainra says:

      One thing the AG is not, is dumb! I have been impatient too, but this is all SO big, they have to have ‘all of their ducks in a row’ for everything to work. I trust Trump, and Sessions, and think we just need to wait. The time will come……..

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    • rayvandune says:

      That’s what Trump needs to quote when he fires Sessions’ ass. “You let me down, I might forgive you. You let the American people down, and I will fire you and never forgive!”

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      • TomF says:

        Given what has been revealed here tonight you think President Trump is going to fire his Attorney General??

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        • Toronto Tonto says:

          Devil’s advocate here. Nothing has been revealed. Sessions says he has a DOJ prosecutor looking into it, so no need for a special counsel. This is a recent development in response to PDT’s recent frustrated tweet.

          Those who think this is chess or kabuki, Priebus was the one who repeatedly talked Trump out of accepting Sessions’ resignation or firing him, citing the left’s Saturday Night Massacre optics. He’s gone now and so are his allies. That is why Trump’s patience is wearing thin. He is stuck with Sessions unless the public and Congress support firing him.

          You’ve seen Gaetz, Goodlatte, Gowdy, at this point a roster of Republicans calling out for a special counsel. Sessions has dinner with Rosenstein and assures us someone is investigating. It’s a bit late for that.

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    • cozette says:

      Lol. Sessions isn’t influenced by polls. He’s by the books. Team Trump have had a calculated plan for a loooooong time. We are at war with EVIL and they know it. They are conducting a global, very strategic operation. Sessions has been playing his part brilliantly. Again, Justice is not influenced by polls under AG Sessions.

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      • TomF says:

        Lou Dobbs is in on the plan.
        Played his part perfectly by bashing Mr. Sessions repeatedly.
        He had many convinced. Some who post here.

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      • Mariposa323 says:

        Exactly . He has that patient determination only a well seasoned political insider could have , he doesn’t need the polls in this time of his life in order to win . This is a bigger win than anyone could ever hope for in history , he will not blow it for polls !

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  8. Minnie says:

    Thank you, AG Sessions!

    Thank you, President Trump!

    Thank you, God in Heaven!!

    🇺🇸🙏❤️🙏❤️🇺🇸

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  9. DeWalt says:

    By investigating this by a prosecutor far removed from D.C.,if it goes to Grand Jury, it will be far removed also. Better chance for indictments of bigger fish.

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    • William F Buckley's Ghost says:

      More than likely the grand jury would be empaneled in the district where the crime occurred unless it something which crossed many districts. The prosecutors have some latitude in that especially with mail and wire fraud charges. It can be any district where the wire or mail began it’s journey, ended or transited.

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      • DeWalt says:

        These things effect the entire country. A group of disenfranchised voters in Alaska could file a complaint and Alaska’s District would investigate. Crimes by Federal employees in DC are crimes against The People in Texas.

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        Let’s see. In the Districts the crimes occurred: Let me take a stab at this.

        – New York City: Trump Tower Wire tapped
        – UK….Steele Dossier McCain pickup
        – Washington DC
        – Russia, Flynn and Manafort

        Feel free add other locations of crimes. Grand jury should not be selected in DC

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        • kroesus says:

          FISA mess could be any PHYSICAL location that an email was sent from and intercepted so that is pretty open latitude for geography there

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  10. freddy says:

    I would be more than happy to be wrong and drink muddy water sleep in a hollow log and eat crow and humble pie………I’m nebulous however. I learned it here …how to look at things backwards like a photo negative and be suspicious of any word plays or inconsistencies. I see some here but remember it’s your fault you made me be like this. hahahahahahahahah.

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    • steph_gray says:

      I like the reference to “Drink Muddy Water.” Incredibly great blues/swing tune. Check out Aretha Franklin’s version of it – pure gold.

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    • TX Guy says:

      Agreed. I’ll believe it when I see it.

      Note how Sessions always chooses his words very carefully, and only when prodded to speak about it. He said someone is looking into the allegations. That could mean anything. He never mentions a prosecutor. He also said today he’s *willing* to consider a special counsel? Seriously? That’s it? After all this time?

      This is not how a man on a mission speaks. And spare me the silent executioner nonsense. There’s not a single reason why he couldnt make a least one strong public statement of the severity of the allegations. Yet what was his only statement concerning the Nunes memo release? No department’s perfect (said in the best Elmer Fudd voice imitation).

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        With respect have you not been paying attention… Why in the heck would Session’ signal what he is doing and how he is going about it. why would he announce who it was before its time and give liberals the opportunity to go after him or her. There are no leaks for a reason.

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      • Firefly says:

        You’re right to scrutinize. AG Sessions does indeed choose his words carefully. T hats why I was very concerned when Sessions brushed off the request for a special counsel by saying the IG was investigating. That was intentional deception – and rightly caused Gowdy and Goodlatte to respond with their demand – pointing out the IG can’t investigate the upissue fully. Sessions played the public for being dupes. Maybe. He has a good reason for what he said- but you can’t fault the dissonance. Because I believe Sessions chooses his words carefully this left me questioning his integrity since he intentionally misled with his statements.

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        • cozette says:

          Gowdy and Goodlatte were SUPPOSED to respond with a letter. The letter got them on TV which allowed them to explain to America why someone besides Horowitz needed to investigate, ie. the corruption involved State, the WH, the CIA/ODNI and people no longer in the government. At least 24 people are involved beyond the OIG’s purview. WOW. The scandal is getting bigger! Notice that right afterwards Shannon Breem reports Sessions will be on her show and oh, by the way, a member of the DOJ but a DC outsider has been investigating the matters Gowdy and Goodlatte brought up. BOOM. This was all carefully planned. Remember, we are at war with pure evil. War requires planning a strategy..

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          • Firefly says:

            Sessions just stated in his interview that the letter Gowdy and Goodlatte sent pointed out valid concerns that the IG can’t interview all of the material witnesses. Sessions did not state when he appointed the new outsider. He did state he will look into the concern that regarding the Gowdy and Goodlatte concerns about authority to investigate. This means AG knowingly lied and misled the American people when he said the IG would be investigating all the concerns – no need to have a special counsel. As I state above, Goodlatte and Gowdy were right to call Sessions on it. Notice sessions did not state the new person has the authority to investigate – he will look into it.

            Looks to me Session was caught in deception else he would have looked into it when the first letter and several prior requests for a special counsel were made. Sessions had no answer implicating the new person as a recent rush job to placate not appointing a special counsel.

            I hope judicial watch Foia the appointment letters so we see the dates. Sessions doesn’t even know if the new person even has the authority to investigate all witnesses. He further stated he’s looking into wether a special counsel needs to be appointed. Sessions has lost my trust- it will take a lot to win it back. The interview was pathetic and Sessions was not prepared with responses to build confidence.

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      • Mariposa323 says:

        Sessions has nothing to gain from being at the beck and call of the media or the ruling elite . What else would motivate him to not do right by the country and Trump . He has everything to lose if he loses the perception of integrity and fairness … which can seem to us like incompetence . A lesser politician as AG , would be sorely tempted to pull the trigger at the risk of jealordizing all these investigations . If you look at his long career , you can see someone who speaks little yet fights deep . Doesn’t give in to easy emotional victories , or lament losses loudly . We can be frustrated with a personality like this , but I believe it is what is needed for a historical time as this .

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      • G. Combs says:

        AG Sessions has REPEATEDLY stated HE CAN NOT comment on possible ongoing investigations by the Department of Justice.

        THINK about it. If the DOJ is investigating a person based on a false tip, they could do major damage to a persons reputation and livelihood. For this reason the DOJ does not BLAB. (Think about what has been done to President Trump.)

        28 CFR 600.9(b) – Notification and reports by the Attorney General

        […] (b)The notification requirement in paragraph (a)(1) of this section may be tolled by the Attorney General upon a finding that legitimate investigative or privacy concerns require confidentiality. At such time as confidentiality is no longer needed, the notification will be provided.

        (c) The Attorney General may determine that public release of these reports would be in the public interest, to the extent that release would comply with applicable legal restrictions. All other releases of information by any Department of Justice employee, including the Special Counsel and staff, concerning matters handled by Special Counsels shall be governed by the generally applicable Departmental guidelines concerning public comment with respect to any criminal investigation, and relevant law.

        At such time as confidentiality is no longer needed, the notification will be provided. — Now think about that. If AG Sessions is talking about a case(s) the DOJ is putting together, then they are at the END and not the beginning.

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        • Firefly says:

          Watched the AG interview. Here’s what I concluded
          1. Sessions was articulate is and in charge of the California lawsuit but not in the Fisa issue
          2. AG avoided stating when the new DOJ person was appointed. AG admitted the new person doesn’t have the authority to investigate all witnesses- and is looking into whether a special counsel still need to be appointed per Gowdy and Goodlatte letter.
          3. Sessions knew there was not a full investigation of the fisa issues when he stated the IG was looking into it all and didn’t need a special counsel.
          4. It looks like there wasn’t really a full investigation going on into the fisa. Matter since there was no way to interview 24 very material people
          5. AG ambiguity indicates the decision not to have a special Counsel was made but not really justified. The rediculous statement Sessions made on the public record that the IG was investigating forced Gowdy and Goodlatte to respond on the record so they don’t appear to be in on it by purposely overlooking such an obvious and blatant lie that the IG was taking care of it all.
          6. It looks like the IG excuse was being used as a brush off.
          7. Sessions doesn’t and should tell all information- but the IG is investigating was a direct lie that he didn’t have to make. He got called on it because gowdy and Goodlatte had the honor and integrity not to let it go and traint themin the intentional deception.
          8. There was no need for the AG to tell that intentional IG lie if he had honor and integrity. He got exposed. I no longer trust Session and I think he’s a puppet. The significant intentional lie he made cost his and PTrump’s credibility.

          I hope he Foia the doj appointment letter to expose the date of appointed and scope authority. I hope the congressional people push hard for a new special counsel. Sessions had a golden opportunity to gain back trust- i was hoping. He totally blew it off and doesn’t care enough to come prepared to answer basic questions without lying.

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  11. John K Evans says:

    The list of well placed and well informed individuals who have called for Sessions to resign is impressive. Are we to believe that they are all part of some gigantic conspiracy to mislead all of us in order to allow Sessions to work undercover? Sorry, but that’s ridiculous. The man cares about two things– illegal immigration, and drugs. He never threw bombs in the Senate. To the contrary, he has a long and consistent history of respect for institutions and traditions. Until a prosecutor is appointed, a grand jury convened, and witnesses subpoenaed, I shall continue to view all of this as mere whistling in the political wind.

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  12. donny says:

    Holy Cow Batman! Our Jeffwolverine has opened full warfare, 2 Fronts! One beginning in District Court of which AG Sessions said were left, liberal judges but AG Sessions said he expects to win in district court. The 2nd Front: Criminal Court.

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  13. sobriquet4u says:

    I’ll just wait right here until Deb-Untamed weighs in…heel tapping floor…nails drum rolling on table…watching crows nervously flying over. 🙂

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  14. Whitehouse Clown says:

    Trump took Sessions to the wood shed for a whooping and told Jeff to grow a pair of coconuts. You can be sure the next SC will be conservative and a trained killer.

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  15. Selfstarter says:

    How about Michael Mulkasey, former AG and judge.

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  16. archivist says:

    Sessions is referring to the IG

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  17. The Boss says:

    I think of this article, the over 18,500 sealed case files as of March 1 in the federal court system, the other quiet investigations taking place (someone listed them yesterday) and I’m struck by the fact that there have been NO leaks. Someone has done serious housecleaning, and some serious negotiating with the parties whose names are sealed at the moment.

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    • Housecleaning = 13,000 illegal aliens, 2,000 common criminals, 3,499 drug dealers and one freshman Democratic congressman ticketed for jaw-walking. Not much to lead there.

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      • LEAK not lead – oops!

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      • G. Combs says:

        On 1/12/2018 the DOJ unsealed the indictment on one of the Uranium One guys.

        A Clinton-era State Department employee was indicted on treason charges.
        From the Press Release:
        A federal complaint was unsealed today charging Candace Marie Claiborne, 60, of Washington, D.C., and an employee of the U.S. Department of State, with obstructing an official proceeding and making false statements to the FBI, both felony offenses, for allegedly concealing numerous contacts that she had over a period of years with foreign intelligence agents.

        Former Upstate New York Democratic Party Chair Indicted for Bribery Scheme

        Former Las Vegas City Councilman Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

        Former Arkansas State Judge Sentenced to Prison for Dismissing Cases in Exchange for Personal Benefits and Tampering With a Witness

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    • Chris Four says:

      I think if you look at the “report” it is for individuals and searches. It also does not list the number of indictments opened, so there no clear picture.

      Another example of the FBI corruption is found in this article.

      Ex-Southern Cal coach’s lawyer thinks FBI may be behind ‘disgraceful’ leak of documents
      The FBI is investigating basketball recruitment.The case is based in US FD for Southern New York but involves players and universities across the nation.

      https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sports/college/louisville/2018/02/23/basketball-recruiting-scandal-lawyer-fbi-leaked-documents/366748002/

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  18. joninmd22 says:

    Well looks like I’ve got a heaping helping of crow coming. I’ll eat it happily in the hopes that the Clinton’s, Obama, and all the rest receive justice at long last.

    God bless Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions

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  19. This is the 11 th hour before the hammer drops…..Trump is wielding the SWORD of Justice…
    God is separating the wheat from the chaff..Phew wheeee….

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    • Alistar says:

      THOUGH the mills of God grind slowly, Yet they grind exceeding small;
      Though with patience he stands waiting, With exactness grinds he all.
      Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

      In separating the wheat from the chaff, often God works things together for His good, in His time, not ours. Timing is important, I trust the key leaders working with our POTUS and AG all know this. And in case some swamp creatures slither out and the hand of justice does not bring them to account, keep in mind that ultimately, a just God sits on the throne of heaven. NO one ever gets away from His terrible justice.

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    • Alistar says:

      THOUGH the mills of God grind slowly, Yet they grind exceeding small;
      Though with patience he stands waiting, With exactness grinds he all.
      Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

      In separating the wheat from the chaff, often God works things together for His good, in His time, not ours. Timing is important, I trust the key leaders working with our POTUS and AG all know this. And in case some swamp creatures slither out and the hand of justice does not bring them to account, keep in mind that ultimately, a just God sits on the throne of heaven. NO one ever gets away from His terrible justice.

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  20. trumpmaga says:

    Amen. Pray for justice.

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  21. Sporty says:

    His it possible? Do I dare dream that this will be the biggest political event of our lifetimes?

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  22. Evil Elvis says:

    So…. there is already a prosecuter in place being feed from IG Horowitz? If this is all true, we truely have an entirely new generation of Great Men equal to the founders. If they lose they will surely hang, if they win they will be the second generation of founders. I have a precious son, and precious daughter 3 weeks from due date to bring a precious Grandson in to this world. This good fight is personal.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Your already living in wonderful times. N.Korea neutralized, Middle East problems coming to a close, Isreal will be at peace with it’s neighbors soon. Industrial revitalized. Our troops will be coming home. Many things we have lived with for decades will be made right.
      People, trust in your President, get out the vote and do your part. Quit the nail bitting and hand ringing. Look at results not what the talking heads are saying. These are historic times.

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    • Evil Elvis says:

      Hopefully, we will be very surprised.

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    • TomF says:

      Try the Huffington post.

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  23. Evil Elvis says:

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  24. ForGodandCountry says:

    Ad rem….do we really have to tolerate such posters??

    This is truly ridiculous.

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  25. Beenthere says:

    Since everyone is trying to guess who Sessions will appoint, I want to place my guess in the mix too. How about US Attorney of Eastern CA (conservative art of CA) Macgregor Scott? At the CPOA Conference, Sessions gave a short but glowing appreciation of Scott & Scott is definitely an outsider of DC.

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    • Jase says:

      He’s certainly well-named for the job. Macgregor Scott has a wonderfully distinctive ring to it. The perfect name for a latter day hero of the Republic.

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  26. I do believe that some of you seem to be missing the bigger picture. Jeff Sessions is stalling, Just as he did in front of Congress, just as he does in all interviews.

    There is a plan. A plan that included his recusal and encapsulates everything from the Obama administration and the Clintons, to the deep state, the swamp, human trafficking, etc.

    President Trump, Jeff Sessions, Horowitz, Muller, Rosenstien and others are playing their parts in the plan. All will be rolled out in an orderly fashion to have the greatest impact.

    The OIG Report is the next big step in the plan. When released, there will be several days allowed for the MSM and public to digest (we know how the fake news outlets will spin it). Shortly thereafter followed by DOJ Indictments and arrests.

    There is a plan. #TrustThePlan.

    Relax and enjoy the show.

    Trump’s got this.

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  27. Linda says:

    I’m shaking my head that people are still bashing Sessions. Think about what he has quietly said the past few months. He now has people investigating:

    1-Uranium One
    2-Hillary’s email server
    3-Cinton Foundation
    4-27 Leakers
    5-And now FISAgate

    He is the one who started all those investigations and appointed the investigators. I would bet that most of them have been going on for quite some time now. So what is it that you think Sessions should be fired for – not keeping you personally informed of his every move???? Forget about it! That would be a great way to totally screw them up. He’s not an Eric Holder, thank the Lord!

    At the same time, he’s been doing work on many other fronts – illegals, MS-13, sanctuary cities, medicare fraud, and on and on. Give the man a break!

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  28. maiingankwe says:

    This is only a test. My phone that is. Please ignore.

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  29. blind no longer says:

    Could it be Judge William Pryor??

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    • blind no longer says:

      Judge William Pryor – A southern conservative who speaks his mind

      Once it became apparent that President Donald Trump would be nominating a justice to fill Justice Antonin Scalia’s long-vacant seat on the Supreme Court, Judge William H. Pryor Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit was widely considered to be the front-runner for the nomination. Trump mentioned Pryor by name during a primary debate shortly after Scalia’s death, and Pryor appeared on Trump’s first list of 11 potential nominees. In recent days, however, Pryor’s front-runner status has seemed to fade, as he is considered a lightning rod by many liberals, but has also come under fire from some on the right for taking an insufficiently conservative position in several cases.

      Pryor was born on April 26, 1962, in Mobile, Alabama, to William Holcombe Pryor, Sr., and his wife Laura, both Roman Catholic school teachers. He attended McGill-Toolen Catholic High School in Mobile. His father was a band director, and Pryor himself demonstrated musical talent and was an award-winning timpanist. He began college as a music major, but later switched to legal studies.

      Pryor was raised a Roman Catholic and has spoken at length about the role his faith plays in his life. His mother has said that as a child, he “was constantly around priests and nuns and brothers.” In his address Moral Duty and the Rule of Law, delivered at a National Federalist Society Student Symposium in 2007, Pryor described the importance of his faith to his professional life. Explaining that he looked to the Catholic legal icon Sir Thomas Moore for inspiration, Pryor said: “My Catholic faith is the foundation of my worldview, and my judicial duty is governed, from beginning to end, by the law. Faith properly informs the religious lawyer or judge, and morality is not in tension with fidelity to the law.”

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    • Chickficshun says:

      Its not a judge. Its someone in the justice department.

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  30. G. Combs says:

    This happened in January 2018
    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/attorney-general-sessions-appoints-17-current-and-former-federal-prosecutors-interim-united

    Geoffrey Berman, a partner of RUDY GULIANI, was named US Attorney for southern district of New York. News Week — Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday named Geoffrey Berman to succeed Preet Bharara as U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York [Manhattan] on an interim basis

    Berman, 58, was appointed Jan. 3 as the interim U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, a post that gives him oversight of more than 220 federal prosecutors who often take the lead battling wrongdoing on Wall Street and international terrorism. He had served in the office once before as an assistant U.S. attorney from 1990 to 1994. http://amp.star-telegram.com/news/nation-world/national/article196878534.html

    Washington Compost: “Attorney General Jeff Sessions is naming 17 interim U.S. attorneys to run federal prosecutor shops across the country, including the premier office in Manhattan. Geoffrey S. Berman, a law partner of Rudolph W. Giuliani at the firm Greenberg Traurig and a former federal prosecutor, was named…”

    This is a listing of the Sessions appointments:
    https://search.justice.gov/search?query=sessions+appoint+attorney&op=Search&affiliate=justice

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    • This is interesting about Bergman…
      Berman gave $5,400 to Trump’s 2016 campaign, according to Federal Election Commission filings.

      Sessions testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in October that Trump has been involved in the process of interviewing potential U.S. attorneys. Legal analysts and watchdogs have claimed that such involvement is unusual and inappropriate.

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  31. Talked to a rabid lib today who comes here on my reccomendation as he is dating a conservative so he wants to “learn”. His idea of getting news is watching the “big 3” msm so he is totally clueless but he has looked in here and his comment was we seem to eat our own. I pointed out we are not like the dems who support rapists or whatever, no matter what….We hold people accountable…… He thought we were losers because of that. What does he know ? Nothing most likely…..Anyway

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    • lokiscout says:

      “We hold people accountable” You mean like expecting folks to be personally responsible for what they say and how they act? Totally outside the Liberal realm of understanding!

      I’m sorry I don’t know you or your friend. I’m sure you are both super individuals.

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    • OSP says:

      It’s a terminal disease, covey

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  32. lokiscout says:

    Sundance, Sir, you are a gentleman and better man than I. In my best CPO bark… I TOLD YOU SO!

    I am sure someone else has posted it earlier but when I saw your post I scrolled to the bottom and let ‘er rip!

    Get your crow here! Baked, Grilled, BBQ’ed or Fried! Special orders extra!

    Now I’ll go back and read the last page of comments and see if I may have to nibble on a drum stick. Got a 200 mile drive ahead of me tomorrow and have to cut my reading short tonight.

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  33. Joyful Noise says:

    There’s a plan in place for everything that is unfolding in front of our eyes. It’s so difficult to have patience. There are heroes in our government and military right now who are battling for our country. Pray for their protection and safety! God Bless President Trump! Go Q-team. Thank you, Sundance. Your articles are the best! I love this site for its high morals and intelligent posters.

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  34. Stick says:

    Good one Lyon. Stil laughing Even those that r happy with jeffy , could at least say that’s funny

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    • Mariposa323 says:

      Sounds like good ol British humor to me which I have no problem with , and I have consistently stayed firm supporting Mr Sessions . I think it was just a gut thing for me , I agreed that others made very valid arguments as well .

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  35. Fernando Fernandes says:

    I found this site a month or so before the election. It was the only place that kept me sane throughout all the upheaval and Machiavelli manipulations of mass media. Since then, I have had my ups and downs especially when reading the variety of comments from my fellow CTH fans. When that happens I wait for Sundance to clear things up for me and put me at ease. SD never disappoints me! Thank you for your wisdom and guidance through the mud and hysteria. I am a first generation immigrant to this country, not that it matters, and I am proud of everything this nation has given me and my family and could not be more proud and humbled by the shear strength our warrior DJT has demonstrated in face of adversity. This is my first time posting a comment, today I just needed to tell you all that I continue to be hopeful and I have faith that justice will be served.

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  36. Niagara Frontier says:

    Since there has been some confusion, it’s important to remember that Horowitz is not the only Inspector General on the block. He’s the IG within the DOJ.

    The Inspector General Act of 1978 created IG positions in dozens of Executive departments and agencies. We’ve only been hearing and talking about the IG for DOJ. It is safe to assume that IG’s for other agencies involved in the alleged conspiracies are as busy as Horowitz, and will likely have reports forthcoming.

    Hell, even the CIA as an IG.

    https://www.cia.gov/offices-of-cia/inspector-general

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  37. Keebler ac says:

    Whoever it is, one is not enough. Mueller has a whole crew of attorneys working on a fake dossier and we get one prosecutor to investigate a cabal of deeply entrenched swamp dwellers all the way to Podesta, Yates, Rice, Obama, Clintons and cast of characters wide enough to sink Hollywood itself. I understand the OIG has a lot of data which is why it was going to take too long. Rosenstein still has his thumb print slowing it down. That apres-dinner drink was too telling. I’m just saying it’s not savvy nor fair to place the burden on one prosecutor.

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    • big bad mike says:

      Mueller is a has been. PDJT will spray him with Cutter and he will disappear. The battle is over. The War on Holder, Crooked, and Zero has just begun.

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    • freddy says:

      great point. One guy to investigate the crimes of the century. Sedition conspiracy treason. Really all the biggys right in front of us and we allow Mueller to run a sham that could derail all of us supporting Trump….Jeff has to pick up the game. I know it takes time and he has a great plan going. Heck even lou Dobbs is helping out…OK sorry…We need to hear Jeff appoint a special counsel with all the cool stuff Mueller has………NOW…send him a copy of the big ugly SD already did all his work……….

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      • OSP says:

        DOJ IG Horowitz has a staff of over five hundred – mostly lawyers and prosecutors…it’s not like he’s a one-man show.

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      • Keebler ac says:

        Mueller had something like 17 lawyers and the works! And we have to play pretend dog fight on twitter and wrastle in Lou (fun times)!

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      • G. Combs says:

        “…One guy to investigate the crimes of the century….”

        Oh, good grief are you truly that naive? We are NOT talking about some podunk one horse tow lawyer who draws up wills and barely makes a living. 🙄

        Take a look at Geoffrey Berman, a partner of RUDY GULIANI, who was named US Attorney for southern district of New York.
        “…Berman, 58, was appointed Jan. 3 as the interim U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, a post that gives him oversight of more than 220 federal prosecutors who often take the lead battling wrongdoing on Wall Street and international terrorism. He had served in the office once before as an assistant U.S. attorney from 1990 to 1994….” http://amp.star-telegram.com/news/nation-world/national/article196878534.html

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        • Keebler ac says:

          Read the tweet above again. A person. He doesn’t specify who the one person is. Why worded so weak and vague? Why do we hear about this on Laura Ingrahm in an interview and it’s so vague ppl are fighting over whether it’s a judge or US district judge? C’mon already!

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        • Keebler ac says:

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        • Keebler ac says:

          Even SD refers to a prosecutor above, not a US Attorney so I’m not sure where you are getting that it’s a US attorney -with a megaforce of 22 prosecutors?

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  38. So why now? Let’s just say PDJT plays better 3D cjest

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  39. As far as timing … the appointment of an outsider must have happened right after the the various Congressional committees stopped interviewing potential perps, after having gotten word from Sessions (and not the IG). Because there was a lot of overlap during all of the second part of 2017 between the IG and Congress.

    When prosecutors get involved, that is when Congress backs off and defers.

    It seems as if hearings involving perps sorta tailed off after Fusion GPS players were grilled.

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  40. mr.piddles says:

    Joe diGenova?

    He certainly has a clue as to what’s been going on, and is none too happy about it.

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  41. snailmailtrucker says:

    Any time there is a Secret Saviour out there…it turns out to be something we don’t want !

    I remember when Obama had Erik Holder Investigate Obama and Holder’s Fast and Furious !
    Nothing would surprise me anymore !

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  42. kinthenorthwest says:

    WOW Like I said I have faith in Trump…..Bet Trump knew about all of this and just kept it in background.

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  43. disgustedwithjulison says:

    Just me…but why not Rudy G.? Former US Attorney (DOJ) from oustide the beltway. Known for taking down bad guys. Has mysteriously disappeared from my TV set for at least six months. Either he is terminally ill, or he might be up to something. Plus, we know he is a big Trump guy and is going to stick up for Trump. But what do I know….

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    • Chickficshun says:

      I believe he has a company to run and his health isnt great. Plus he woukd be marked as to partisan.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I’ve seen Rudy on tv lately…doing commercials for Experion:

      .
      .
      I love Rudy, but he’s also been doing a lot of lobbying since he left office.
      This would pretty much disqualify him from any job with the DOJ.

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      • Toronto Tonto says:

        FFS quit making things up. There are no legal barriers to Rudy being appointed AG or SC. Senate Republicans would confirm him in a heartbeat. Larry Klayman would also be an excellent choice for either role.

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  44. John Doe says:

    Albert Gonzales? He’s been on Fox a few times, chiming in on all this stuff, The other name I keep thinking is Ari Fleischer, but I don’t know his qualifications. Just guessing out loud.

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  45. John Doe says:

    This was a dialogue Sessions and Gonzalez had about firing the State Attorney Generals. At least it’s proof they knew each other:

    GONZALES: Well, Senator, putting aside the issue, of course, sometimes people’s recollections are different, I have no reason to doubt Mr. Battle’s testimony [about the November meeting].

    SESSIONS: Well, I guess I’m concerned about your recollection, really, because it’s not that long ago. It was an important issue. And that’s troubling to me, I’ve got to tell you.

    GONZALES: Senator, I went back and looked at my calendar for that week. I traveled to Mexico for the inauguration of the new president. We had National Meth Awareness Day. We were working on a very complicated issue relating to CFIUS.
    GONZALES: And so there were a lot of other weighty issues and matters that I was dealing with that week.[39]

    Another example came when Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, who had been the first lawmaker to call for Gonzales’ ouster, declined to ask his last round of questions. Instead, a visibly angry Schumer said there was no point to further questioning and reiterated his call for Gonzales to resign. By Schumer’s count, Gonzales had stated “over a hundred times” that he didn’t know or couldn’t recall important details concerning the firings, and also didn’t seem to know about the workings of his own department. Gonzales responded that the onus was on the committee to prove whether anything improper occurred. Schumer replied that Gonzales faced a higher standard, and that under this standard he had to give “a full, complete and convincing explanation” for why the eight attorneys were fired.[40]

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  46. NJF says:

    Just watched Sessions on Shannon Breem’s show.

    He was given the opportunity to opine on POTUS, his tweets, and his management style.

    No way there is bad blood between them IMO given his answer.

    He actually had that twinkle in his eye when speaking about POTUS’s management and leadership style.

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    • hillbilly4 says:

      After watching this clip, I am beginning to see some ‘strategery’ here. During WWII both Patton and Bradley made a brilliant, unstoppable duo the Germans feared. Their styles were vastly different. But they got results. I see a similarity between Trump & Sessions vis a vis Patton-Bradley. Sessions is the complete ‘General’ – brilliant, methodical, grounded and, deadly. We know who Trump is. Perhaps the current Dynamic Duo can bring this country back from the ashes.
      Let Sessions be. Trump cannot do without him right now. Trump NEEDS Sessions like Patton needed Bradley. I am not interested in quick results, I want SURE handed results, iron clad results which cannot be assailed as partisan, meanness, or illegal. Rooting out the Alinskyites will not be easy. But it will be done. Strike at the head – the body will follow. Sessions, for want of a better expression, is ‘slugging it out in the hedgerows in France’. Let him do his job.

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  47. Doppler says:

    If this new development is to do justice to the situation, it will need to reveal:
    Who was corrupted in connection with the Uranium One transaction, and by whom;
    Who was corrupted and by whom in connection with the extraordinary and politically-rigged-from- the-beginning to exonerate Clinton before the convention MidYear Exam Clinton server investigation;
    Why were the Clinton Foundation/Clinton Global Initiative investigators refused access to “non-governmental computers” containing copies of emails purged by Clinton – including the Huma Abedin/Arnold Weiner laptop, the DWS computer found with Imran Awan’s weird belongings, and the laptop belonging to Seth Rich, and what the evidence found thereon will do for the Clinton pay-to-play investigations;
    What role CIA and other clandestine agencies contributed to the above corruption, and those responsible held accountable;
    What role Crowdstrike played in both the Clinton Server investigation, the Trump investigation, and the DNC “hack” investigation.
    In addition to the main focus of the Obama Administration using the FBI and FISA court to spy on the Trump campaign.

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    • lizzyp says:

      How sad is it that your list is that long, and that I wonder if there shouldn’t be more?

      What a sad state of affairs.

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  48. John Doe says:

    Bill Bryor was AG in Arkansas after Sessions. He was out of office by 2007, He might be plausible.

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  49. Sandra-VA says:

    Having just watched the Shannon Bream interview with USAG Jeff Sessions, my confidence level in him has returned. He is lovable, passionate AND clearly still onside with President Trump. He said good things tonight… and is definitely doing his job… we just don’t hear about it or from him enough. I especially love the twinkle in his eye 😉

    Seriously, he IS doing things we want and expect… we just are not hearing about it. His glory day is coming, I am convinced of it now. Yes, I waivered and was disappointed recently. But, no more. I trust Sessions.

    As for who he might have picked, didn’t he appoint a temporary AAG to replace Preet recently? I seem to recall that he is a Rudy guy… now wouldn’t THAT be a great pick! 😀

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  50. MTK says:

    I shall resist the urge….
    to rejoice!!!

    For the nature(scope) of this investigation, with all due respect to the Rule of Law, can not be separated from the political.
    It takes the full breath of adherence to the Consitution, of the Rule of Law and Lady Justice to prosecute political wrong doings.

    Anything less, would turn into a mockery of Justice by conducting a kangaroo court.

    I believe AG Sessions ultimately understood from the get go. Hence his recusal.

    So when Sundance says, “I shall resist the urge….” I think he is saying, the urge to break from the path of patience.
    Has that, not been… what he has advocated for nearly a year, now.

    As for AG Session saying, “I have appointed a person outside of Washington, many years in the Department of Justice…and we’re conducting THAT investigation.”

    Says, a few things.

    First this person likely has an extensive proven record of being apolitical and most importantly beyond reproach.

    Second, are the words ‘THAT INVESTIGATION’,
    as in all of the implications of Bob Goodlatte’s letter.
    With those two words, Session’s appointee would seem to have a wide scope and net. The least of which is the politicalization of the FBI and DoJ.

    But the substantive ‘modus ponens’ and ‘modus tollens’ avenues to seat a grand jury on:
    -HRC email ‘matter’ and etc(the list is too long)
    -DWS ITgate
    -Podesta’s corruption
    -Loretta’s and Holder’s corruption and obstruction of the DoJ/FBI
    -the systematic abuse of the FISA courts
    -the Clinton Foundation’s pay for play
    -numerous perjury charges
    -open leak investigations
    -fraudulent campaigne finance activities involving foreign contributions and 501(c) to corrupt in spirit and deed the BCRA.

    Just to name a few RICO applicable offensives that adds up to a conspiracy to subvert an election. I am sure there are many other big uglies out there not on my list for why HRC had to win.

    Please feel free to add to list.

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