President Obama White House Responds To McCabe’s Firing – Lisa Monaco Interview…

Before becoming President Obama’s key Homeland Security Adviser Lisa Monaco was the head of the DOJ National Security Division. You might remember the DOJ-NSD is at the center of the “small group” collaboration between DOJ-NSD and FBI Counterintelligence unit.  Remember, it was the DOJ-NSD (via Sally Yates) who would not allow OIG Oversight.  (John Carlin quit; Mary McCord quit; David Laufman quit)

During the 2015/2016 presidential election Lisa Monaco was one of the key WH figures doing the unmasking of raw intelligence provided by the “small group” collaborators (with Susan Rice, Ben Rhodes). Monaco was also one of the key policy strategists, heck, she was the architect, who utilized the compartmentalization of intelligence to hide the fingerprints of collaboration. This was the issue that initially stymied HSPCI Devin Nunes.

Many people have wondered if the Obama White House, recognizing the empirical risk represented by McCabe’s insider knowledge, would distance themselves from McCabe -leaving him to swing in the wind- or whether they would circle the wagons to defend him. This interview should answer that question. Pay particular attention to the angst expressed by Monaco of Trump creating transparency within compartmentalized IC.

After watching the video, and understanding what battles are to come from within the Obama IC, you understand why THIS GROUP has assembled. It is all interconnected. It is all related. None of these alignments, moves, maneuvers and shifts are happening arbitrarily. They are all done purposefully knowing the biggest political battle in the history of U.S. politics is now visible on the horizon.

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325 Responses to President Obama White House Responds To McCabe’s Firing – Lisa Monaco Interview…

  1. Earl & Pearl Tourist says:

    Who is Lisa Monaco’s spouse/partner?
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisa_Monaco

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  2. I am betting they are going to focus on spying on Bernie’s campaign. Stir up the Bernie Bro’s and all hell will break loose in the Democratic Party.

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  3. Earl & Pearl Tourist says:

    VSGPDJT can save a lot of money by timing the release of indictments when “the group” is having a board meeting, in country.

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  4. Leapin says:

    Round them all up at the next meeting of the National Security Action , I mean the shadow government of Barrack Obama and Valerie Jarrett.

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  5. Lottacats says:

    Has anyone seen this? If you click around under”who we are” you’ll notice names like Ben Rhodes, Susan Rice and Samantha Power just to name a few. Gives a little insight to Mueller and looking into Trumps taxes from way back? These folks really hate our President Trump.
    https://nationalsecurityaction.org/our-focus/

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  6. Greg says:

    Lisa has been smoked out and doesn’t look happy. She recited all the talking points but was not convincing. It must be hard for her. She and Ben know full well what shenanigans were occurring. Remember she is a front for the big Kahunas – Obambi and Valjar.

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    • Mike says:

      There should be a wall between DOJ and White house and no cloud….yet there was a two way escalator between the Obama administration FBI & DOJ. What ever they say its the opposite….Orwellian to the core

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      • bessie2003 says:

        The Department of Justice is part of the Executive Branch of government. The wall she’s talking about is a talking point they are using to establish a false narrative.

        Watching her recite talking points says they’ve already lost and just don’t know it yet..

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    • starfcker says:

      Yes. A deal for her only comes if she helps harpoon the half white whale

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    • WSB says:

      Somehow, Lisa was not smoked out with everyone else. SD had posted the photo of the Oval office couch with all of the female advisors to Obama sitting with him, however, no one has squared that up until now.

      And Lisa is just as deadpan as Susan Rice.

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      • JimmyJack says:

        Isn’t it funny how Obama surrounded himself by women in so many of these positions?

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      • DanO64 says:

        Lisa has been on the radar for a while. You are right. A vanilla Susan Rice.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        There is another name I’ve been waiting to see revealed in this saga; Victoria Nuland. Some weeks back one of our branch-sitters had posted a video about russian corruption by a Russian journalist (?) and her name came up. Only comment about her was that she had visited Russia and did not like it. She is married to Robert Kagan who is the Greek-born American historian leftist who called our PDJT a ‘Frankenstein monster”. The shadow gov’t is full of ‘power couples’.

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        • WSB says:

          Same, I used to watch Nuland when she was at State, and she just LOOKs evil. I did not know her husband was Kagan.

          I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.

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    • betseyross says:

      I am hoping that is the look of absolute terror. She knows when the stuff hits the fan that it is going to be very bad for her and her commie buddies. She isn’t very good at masking it. She knows that way too many of us aren’t buying her BS and even she recognizes she has been maneuvering outside the law.

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    • mike says:

      Yes, Miss Monaco has stuck her head into a noose, too. Should have folded sweetie. Instead she’s just unmasked and doubled down, where down could be way down…

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  7. RJones says:

    We should refer to her as the “missing link” (to Obama). Hope she likes being squeezed!

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  8. Richard Wicks says:

    Hey Mueller, when you figure out that Clinton committed crimes, you’ll have a shred of credibility.

    The entire justice department is utterly corrupt. Totally corrupt. It’s not like 1/2 of the United States can’t see James Comey was involved with obstruction of justice. What a joke.

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  9. Paco Loco says:

    After Brennen and Powers tweets and now Monaco interview, it looks like the Group is starting to circle their wagons. The coming indictments are really going to panic the Group into self survival mode and that’s when it’s going to get Bigly Ugly! Rats eating rats.

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  10. itsarickthing says:

    Who are these people- https://nationalsecurityaction.org/who-we-are/

    Are they supposed to be the varsity or the jv?

    Methinks VSGPDJT has them outwitted, can outplay them at will on tritter, and has outlasted the conspiracy,

    Most excellent POTUS!

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    • billrla says:

      National Security Action appears to be the place where former high school class presidents go to re-live past glories, but with a web site instead of wall posters and pom-poms.

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  11. daughnworks247 says:

    Love the pic at the bottom, with Admiral Rogers at the head of the table.

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  12. MVW says:

    PBS is a corrupt anti America propaganda platform. It is beyond chutzpah that these talking heads speak in that big headed voice of authority, talking down to the little people, bringing us little people a glimpse into the big truth, that we just have to fawningly accept in stupor and wide eyes.

    Sickening. Fire them. Close down the rats nest.

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  13. Minnie says:

    The link “THIS GROUP” posted by Sundance – this is their “OUR FOCUS” statement:

    “Under President Trump’s reckless leadership, the United States is weaker in the world, less safe, and more isolated. He is retreating from the world stage, undercutting the intelligence and law enforcement agencies that keep us safe, undermining the diplomacy that prevents wars, insulting our allies, attacking democratic traditions, and cozying up to dictators while abandoning America’s commitment to universal rights and human dignity. His outbursts on Twitter are destabilizing abroad and beneath the dignity of the highest office in our land. Impulsive, erratic, and staggeringly ignorant of how the world works, Trump is unfit to lead our men and women in uniform, and he diminishes our country’s standing in the eyes of the world.”

    They have GOT to be kidding!

    What a conniving, traitorous, bloviating bunch of arrogant, pathetic criminals ever assembled.

    They generously posted their pictures with their names; makes it that much easier to haul them in with those lovely steel bracelets.

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  14. MVW says:

    Ok, taking out the bigheaded band of traitors is great fun and necessary, but this bramble bush needs to be dug out, burned, root, trunk, and branch. That includes the apex puppet masters.

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  15. Karl Kastner says:

    Woodruff and PBS are completely in the tank for the Dems. I first noticed it during the election coverage. Its pathetic how they try to shape viewers opinions instead of evenhanded reporting. I had my “awakening” just in the last year or so. I think a majority of people don’t realize that they’re being fed a one-sided portrayal of events, public figures, policies…

    I try to point this out to people that I know as much as possible. My in laws rely on MSNBC as unbiased!

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  16. nimrodman says:

    Dilbert guy on Fox, Shannon Bream show, near the end of the show.

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  17. I am Glad to see Ben Rhodes will be spending quite a few years in a 6×6.

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  18. Y/O, says:

    Yes, the biggest political battle in the history of U.S. Politics is now visible on the horizon. Kind of makes one wonder: why is this new, never heard of before, girl, Lisa Monaco, giving her side’s battle plans away at the start?

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  19. elricviii says:

    Ms. Monaco is a liar, liar, pants on fire.

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  20. ZurichMike says:

    Lisa Monaco went into high virtue-signalling mode: “Oh, dear, Trump’s FBI and DOJ are working too closely together!” The diference is, Lisa, that Trump’s team is cooperating to uncover the sleazes of Obama’s FBI / DOJ, who worked too closely together to commit felonies.

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  21. RLC2 says:

    Hmmm. Learning to pay close attention to Sundance instincts here…watching Lisa Monaco closely she indeed becomes animated on the topic of “not observing the wall between” entities, and if the lighting is true, she becomes flushed at that point, vs the carefully scripted and controlled demeanor before.

    I think Chris Farrell is on to something- he was quick to re-emphasize his point- “Look at Lisa Monaco” (and the connections to Strzok-Page-McCabe when she was at DHS).

    I missed the significance of how the investigation took on the code name “Latitude” in August 2016. Perhaps digging in on that will offer up more clues and context on Lisa Monaco, and the coordination between FBI and WH via her, presumeably via NatSecAdv Susan Rice, a known bad actor and author of the CYA memo shortly after the Obama admin ended…

    Monaco and Rice should be rolled, hard. And that will take a Special Prosecutor.

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    • anthony earl says:

      *cough* waterboarded…

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    • Mickturn says:

      I’ve been a student of body language, mannerisms, skin tone, eye twitching etc. for years. She is Lying through her teeth and scared to death! I am enjoying watching all the perps do the same. WHEN they go down we will hear whining like never before about how unfair everything is … bla bla bla. Emphasis on the Bla!

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    • G. Combs says:

      “….And that will take a Special Prosecutor…..”

      NO IT WILL NOT!

      The Special Counsel gets appointed by Obummer hold overs.

      AG Jeff Sessions is perfectly capable of PICKING an HONEST prosecutor to deal with it.

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  22. James F says:

    I like how she pretends some sacred walk between the WH and DOJ is being violated while she personally has worked in and moved around freely between the FBI, DOJ and the Obama administration.

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    • James F says:

      Sacred WALL not walk.

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    • DD_SC says:

      But has no trouble with Holder claiming to be Obama’s wingman.

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    • lizzyp says:

      If that sacred wall truly existed they would have referred the Clinton email investigation to a special counsel from the very beginning. It is a textbook case for why SC’s exist. That they didn’t do so made it a political hot potato, and I personally think it was the beginning of this ‘constitutional crisis’ that people are babbling about now. An event that created an environment in which a significant portion of the country began to lose faith in our government.

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  23. Tonawanda says:

    This is why Trump and Lincoln are the same.

    Both entered office facing war caused by their election.

    Their enemy was fronted by the Democrat Party in service to the vile interests of enslaving people for their enemy’s own economic interests.

    To their enemy, hatred of their fellow Americans was fueled in part by a deeply ingrained sense of superiority over their fellow Americans.

    Their enemy defended their enslavement of others as being for their own good.

    Their enemy carried on a continuous vile, propaganda campaign intended to humiliate and belittle the Presidents, constantly attacking them personally, and successfully encouraging personal attacks by some fellow Republicans.

    Trump and Lincoln spent many months sorting out who on their “own side” could be trusted, and who was competent. Who was a “man who fights”?

    Lincoln and Trump faced the constant questioning and hysterical impatience of their supporters.

    Both are very stable geniuses who increasingly turned toward God as the thankless role they undertook became more and more apparent, and yet they faced it all with good cheer and kind words.

    Facing an ugly war of ugly engagements, both were determined to win to preserve the unique and exceptional nation bestowed upon us by the genius of the Founding Fathers.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I was just thinking this week that the 2016 election and everything that has followed since, has been like the civil war in many respects. The way The Kenyan tore apart and destroyed this country continues. Brothers fighting against their brothers, families fighting against their families, any hint of civility out the window.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        What is happening is at the hands of BO. He was creating a civil war very deliberately.

        Communists are experts when it comes to hatred and bitter division, which is why they fit naturally into the DemoKKKrat party.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          YUP! Except for the part “he was creating”. He IS creating… He’s not done yet. Not even close.

          He now spends most of his time overseas, stoking the fires of hatred against the USA, freedoms of speech, christianity, and plotting with our enemies (just about everyone in power everywhere) on ways to get around U.S. laws and the U.S. Constitution.

          Remember, there are TRILLIONS at stake. If they can’t get you here, they will get you in another country.

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      • triper57 says:

        TwoLaine: Was thinking about the similarities to the start of the Civil War Myself the other day. Forget what started it but suddenly it seemed we were repeating the lead up to the war. With exactly the same groups in the same rolls. The industrialists and bankers then seem to be the Globalists and bankers now. The Limited government then is still the somewhat limited government now. The industrialists then wanted the Government to change to allow them unfettered growth. that was achieved through the war they forced on us. Now they want unfettered expansion into the Global community and seem to be foisting another war to allow that to happen.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Yes, exactly. The elite against the commoners. They still look down on the downtrodden classes that they have educated and created.

          And the one and only reason ILLary and ALL of them are talking about white people in disparaging ways is to whip up anyone not in this category with hatred against the white people for not voting the way the elite want you/TELL YOU TO.

          One day that will backfire on these elites. In fact, it already has. Most law abiding people of all races, creeds and colors know that President TRUMP and his supporters are not racist, in fact, far from it. It didn’t work the `st time and it won’t work now.

          “Oprah Winfrey says you don’t have to like Hillary Clinton in order to vote for her.

          “There really is no choice, people,” the former talk show queen says in a wide-ranging interview on next Thursday’s episode of the OWN show “T.D. Jakes.”

          “This is really what I want to say,” Winfrey says. “I hear this all the time — you get in conversations and there’s not a person in this room who hasn’t been in the same conversation — where people say, ‘I just don’t know if I like her.’ ”

          Winfrey continues of the Democratic presidential nominee, “She’s not coming over to your house!

          “You don’t have to like her. Do you like this country? You better get out there and vote.””

          http://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/302191-oprah-you-dont-have-to-like-clinton-to-vote-for-her

          “She’s not coming over to your house!”

          Yes, She would have been living in it, AGAIN!

          UNACCEPTABLE!

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    • Chris says:

      Great comment with context Tonawanda,
      Most with an understanding of Our American Civil war history will make those same parallell connections you mentioned . Please keep repeating them ,
      America cannot hear them enough .
      Those who refuse to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

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    • StanH says:

      Good analogy with a couple ominous distinctions, it’s us against the world. With the help of the uni-party they have created the Wiemar Republic on steroids, a New World Order. Like the fall of the Roman Empire, our demise would create a vacuum that would be filled by whom?

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      • Orygun says:

        That is a concern of mine that if we gain control of our country they will create a coalition of countries against us. The “manipulators” have used false flags forever and if successful will try to paint President Trump as being worse than Hitler. They have done an amazing job on Hitler and the German people. We could be next.

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  24. Tonawanda says:

    Interesting that Sundance has the Storm picture and the famous “Q” photo one after another (with the notebook “tail”).

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  25. scarlettbr says:

    Noticed, she never states what the original charge was, she states, as the interview “lays out”, the interview didn’t lay anything out. What was the original charge? Collusion is not a crime. So what was the charge.

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  26. TwoLaine says:

    PBS. GAG me with a stick.

    “Why was there a rush to separate out Andy McCabe?”

    Why was there a rush to separate out President Candidate/President Elect/President TRUMP?

    Why was there a rush to separate out Michael Flynn?

    Why was there a rush to separate out Carter Page?

    Why was there a rush to separate out Papadopoulos?

    They have been gunning against TRUMP and team since Day 1 relentlessly. 91% BAD COVERAGE. I think it is MUCH higher.

    Once again, I urge the BAN of the terms “public servant” and “civil servant”. I am extremely offended by hearing these terms in relation to highly compensated individuals in our gubt. If you are paid, and paid handsomely, you are not a servant. I would add to this the title Honorable. I don’t think it should apply to anyone in our gubt.

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  27. Bulldog84 says:

    Sundance is right about the angst. Monaco is so concerned about preserving the “wall” between law enforcement and POTUS. That seems to suggest that there are still some rotten apples left in DOJ and FBI.

    Recall Strzok and Page texting about Obama wanting to know what was going on.

    Recall Rice’s memo to self about the meeting just before Trump was sworn in.

    I thought Dems weren’t in favor of walls.

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    • Mickturn says:

      This whole Wall thing is a made up Democrap BS campaign…to them it’s ‘Walls for thee but not for me!’ Out government is made up of 3 key areas, Executive, Legislative and Judicial. The Bureaucratic world in our government, constitutionally, is under the Executive Branch, PERIOD! That means exactly what it says! Over time our Judicial Branch has ‘carved out’, (Usurped) power from both Executive and Legislative Branches and that is where the problem lies in most things…Crooked Judges, yes some are Really Crooked, issue (political agenda driven) ‘Edicts’ to force their will on the other branches and Citizens. They have zero authority to do that and they know it. Bottom line Democraps have long sought to use crooked judges to force their will on all of us. It is time to not just put all these perps in PRISON, but to restructure our great Country as it was intended!

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  28. jeans2nd says:

    Lisa Monaco was Comey’s White House liaison.

    Comey would give Monaco the names of raw-source intel to unmask. Monaco would go to appropriate unmasker in White House and have the unmasking done.

    Comey outlined all this in 3 May 2017 Senate Judiciary Cmte mtg. Comey’s liaison was a “her” who was from the PDB group, according to Comey. As White House Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor and former DOJ-NSD head, that liaison would be Monaco.

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  29. KBR says:

    First portion of Monaco’s statement (the only true part) “The Attorney General was within his right to dismiss a member of the Justice Department…

    but…”

    All the rest, after her “but” is about “WE can’t really judge the merits.” This has-been, once-was, used-to-be…speaking to her fellows within and without… about “WE” and “judge” as if that WE group is used to judging.

    Seems to me she has finally seen that the “norms” (not laws, not regs, not rules of law) no longer apply, because those “norms” were neither inherent to nor established by the laws, regulations, rules of law of the USA. (And remember that many former regulations were eliminated)

    She is shocked that the Atty Gen can act upon his “right to dismiss” and is merely there to denigrate that right.

    She also knows what other rights the AG has and those are her personal fears: “if the AG can exercise one right/power, o golly gee, he might start exercising others even more dangerous to her US-lawbreaking, (WE/US)the group…and even me”

    She proceeds therefore to denigrate the AG rights she admits at the first: by denigrating this right of AG she hopes to denigrate the more powerful rights of the AG she sees just ahead.

    She’s sounding the alarm for & to her cohorts:
    (“heads up fellowgroupies”)
    PBS, originally USA’s “warning station,” has now become the place to sound the alarm for the sakes of anti-USA factions: she was not speaking for sake of the public, she was speaking for herself and her WE.

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  30. todayistheday99 says:

    Looking through the pictures of the people in link below that Sundance provided, I immediately saw a common physical trait … ugly as sin.

    https://nationalsecurityaction.org/who-we-are/

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    • todayistheday99 says:

      I accidentally hit the like button, and maybe I am being overly harsh about that collection of faces, but I really think there is a common physical factor among those characters.

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    • Mickturn says:

      That is why these same people are mean and nasty…God made them UGLY as their reward for that behavior!

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    • Orygun says:

      The eyes look dead in most of them. A trait common in people with no regard to human life.

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    • bluejean says:

      They are all far, far leftists/communists….but notice the dates provided with their past job(?) descriptions….most all of them served in the Obama admin in some capacity….

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    • SJM says:

      Physiognomy (from the Gk. physis meaning “nature” and gnomon meaning “judge” or “interpreter”) is the assessment of character or personality from a person’s outer appearance, especially the face. The term can also refer to the general appearance of a person, object, or terrain without reference to its implied characteristics—as in the physiognomy of an individual plant (see plant life-form) or of a plant community (see vegetation).
      Credence of such study has varied from time to time. The practice was well accepted by the ancient Greek philosophers, but fell into disrepute in the Middle Ages when practised by vagabonds and mountebanks. It was then revived and popularised by Johann Kaspar Lavater before falling from favour again in the late 19th century.[1] Physiognomy as understood in the past meets the contemporary definition of a pseudoscience.[2]
      Popular in the 19th century, it has been used as a basis for scientific racism, along with Physical anthropology.[3]
      No clear evidence indicates physiognomy works—but the rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning for facial recognition has brought a revival of interest, and some studies that suggest that facial appearances do “contain a kernel of truth” about a person’s personality.[1]
      Physiognomy is also sometimes referred to as anthroposcopy, though the expression was more common in the 19th century when the word originated.[4]…snip…

      Physiognomy also became of use in the field of Criminology through efforts made by Italian army doctor and scientist, Cesare Lombroso. Lombroso, during the mid 19th century, championed the notion that “criminality was inherited and that criminals could be identified by physical attributes such as hawk-like noses and bloodshot eyes”.[20] Lombroso took inspiration from the recently released ideologies and studies of Darwin and carried many of the misunderstandings that he had regarding evolution into the propagation of the use of physiognomy in criminology.[21] His logic stemmed from the idea that ” criminals were ‘throwbacks’ in the phylogenetic tree to early phases of evolution”.[21] Bearing this in mind, it is reasonable to conclude that “according to Lombroso, a regressive characteristic united the genius, the madman and the delinquent; they differed in the intensity of this characteristic and, naturally in the degree of development of the positive qualities”.[21] He believed that one could determine whether one was of savage nature just by their physical characteristics. Based on his findings, “Lombroso proposed that the “born criminal” could be distinguished by physical atavistic stigmata, such as:

      large jaws, forward projection of jaw,
      low sloping forehead,
      high cheekbones,
      flattened or upturned nose,
      handle-shaped ears,
      hawk-like noses or fleshy lips,
      hard shifty eyes,
      scanty beard or baldness,
      insensitivity to pain,
      long arms relative to lower limbs”.[22]

      This interest in the relationship between criminology and physiognomy began upon Lombroso’s first interaction with “a notorious Calabrian thief and arsonist” named Giuseppe Villella.[20] Lombroso was particularly taken by many striking personality characteristics that Villella possessed; agility and cynicism being some of them. Upon Villella’s death, Lombroso “conducted a post-mortem and discovered that his subject had an indentation at the back of his skull, which resembled that found in apes”.[20] He later referred to this anomaly as the median occipital depression.[23] Lombroso used the term “atavism” to describe these primitive, ape-like behaviors that he found in many of those whom he deemed prone to criminality. As he continued analyzing the data he gathered from said autopsy and comparing and contrasting these results with previous cases, he inferred that certain physical characteristics allowed for some individuals to have a greater “propensity to offend and were also savage throwbacks to early man”.[20] As one would assume, these sorts of examinations yielded far-reaching consequences for various scientific and medical communities at the time; in fact, “the natural genesis of crime implied that the criminal personality should be regarded as a particular form of psychiatric disease”.[21] Furthermore, these ideals promoted the idea that when a crime is committed, it is no longer seen as “free will” but instead a result of one’s genetic pre-disposition to savagery.[21] He had numerous case studies to corroborate many of his findings due to the fact that he was the head of an insane asylum at Pesaro. He was easily able to study people from various walks of life and was thus able to further define criminal types. Because his theories primarily focused on anatomy and anthropological information, the idea of degeneracy being a source of atavism was not explored till later on in his criminological endeavors.[24] These “new and improved” theories led to the notion “that the born criminal had pathological symptoms in common with the moral imbecile and the epileptic, and this led him to expand his typology to include the insane criminal and the epileptic criminal”. In addition, “the insane criminal type [was said to] include the alcoholic, the mattoid, and the hysterical criminal” [24] When it comes to modern applications of Lombroso’s findings and ideas, there is little to be seen. Lombroso’s ideologies are now seen to be flawed and are usually relegated to the status of “pseudo-science”. Many have remarked on the overt sexist and racist overtones of his research and denounce it on these bases alone.[23] In spite of many of his theories being discredited, he is still hailed as the father of “scientific criminology”.[22] Modern criminology finds many of his teaching incorrect, but he had an great influence over criminology and physiognomy at the time.
      MORE:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physiognomy

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  31. She actually made an excellent point which is Rosenstein appointed Mueller. ‘Trust Sessions’ is the call. OK, what is Acting AG Rosenstein doing under Sessions besides justifying his choice of Mueller and potentially aiding the enemy?

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  32. triper57 says:

    What Obama White House? Last time I heard of an Obama White House was over a year ago. Call it what you like but it ceased to exist and now we have the Obama Marxist Cabal – Deep State trying to overthrow the duly elected Trump Administration.

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  33. DD_SC says:

    Never get confirmed, but someone from Judicial Watch like Chris Farrell getting appointed AG would be awesome.

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  34. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    What a shocker! No question re: Comey vs McCabe’s statements regarding authorization to leak. Maybe poor old Judy Woodruff doesn’t want her ‘enlightened’ NPR watchers to short circuit.

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  35. recoverydotgod says:

    President Obama’s White House for sure! They compare President Trump to an image.

    View this post on Instagram

    Trustworthy then, trustworthy now.

    A post shared by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on

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  36. Mike diamond says:

    Obama as a child gave speeches to all the dogs and cats in his neighbor hood, john Kerry saw this and said son some day we will put you on the democratic ticket ! Barry sotoro had been renamed Barack Hussein Obama, he loved every one in the middle east,except our good friend Israel ! And the liberal news media loved him, he is the worst president in american history!!!!!

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  37. Rynn69 says:

    I think we all need to remember it is a fallacy to assume the majority of government is behind what Obama, Clinton, the DNC and this small group of government agency officials has done. Just like the left’s attempts of making their social justices and leftist agenda issues appear mainstream with the American people, co-opting the government agencies are in concert and behind “them” is erroneous. It is not a large group who have committed this crimes against the country and our Constitution in the grand scheme of things and the wrongdoers must be brought to justice.

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  38. Caius Lowell says:

    I just noticed that the acronym of the Democrat’s commie National Security Action “think tank” is NSA…

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  39. Rynn69 says:

    I think we all need to remember it is a fallacy to assume the majority of government is behind what Obama, Clinton, the DNC and this small group of government agency officials has done. Just like the left’s attempts of making their social justices and leftist agenda issues appear mainstream with the American people, co-opting the government agencies as if they are in concert with them and support them is erroneous. It is not a large group who have committed these crimes against the country and our Constitution in the grand scheme of things and the wrongdoers must be brought to justice.

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    • intercesser says:

      Correct you are Rynn69 . The enemies of freedom always want the brainwashed masses to believe that the elite opinion shapers represent the majority , but that is just bluffing .

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  40. brenrod says:

    I yearn for simpler times when I could get on a train and go to Washington for a good hanging of traitors.

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  41. spren says:

    While is some aspects it is very amusing, I’m also at the same time distressed that little ole layman, me, knows so much more about things than these so-called experts. There was just so much wrong with what this sock-puppet was trying to spin it was sickening. I understand that they’re not as stupid as they appear, and are driven much more by deception and deceit, but it is still very disconcerting to realize how many people that have controlled the reins of very important functions are clearly not up to the tasks at hand.

    Sundance has done so much to put all of us Treepers on a different level of understanding and perception, but that doesn’t make it any less distressing to see the vapidity of these various yokels and how they so successfully spin their drivel upon uninformed Americans.

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