Giddy Up – DOJ Admits They Have a Grand Jury Empaneled in FBI and DOJ Investigation…

Today chairman Bob Goodlatte sends a formal subpoena to the DOJ (Inspector General Michael Horowitz) for documents regarding the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server, potential abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, and the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility recommendation to fire former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

However, it’s not the subpoena that should make the news.  Pay close attention to the DOJ response.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) is one of the top three people throughout the entirety of congress with a comprehensive knowledge of the events surrounding the investigations of the FBI and DOJ. Chairman Goodlatte is one of only four people outside the DOJ who have read the full DOJ FISA application used for a Title-1 Surveillance warrant of Carter Page.

The House Judiciary Committee holds the primary statutory oversight over the U.S. Department of Justice. Additionally, Chairman Goodlatte is the congressional office working closest with DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz. In short, Goodlatte is the center of all ‘oversight’ information circling the investigations into the DOJ and FBI.

However, all of that said, even Chairman Bob Goodlatte doesn’t, and shouldn’t, know what criminal investigations are underway.  We’ve explained this dynamic of disconnect numerous times.  We really began emphasizing this when AG Jeff Sessions admitted he brought in a prosecutor from outside Washington DC to work with Inspector General Horowitz.

You can read the Goodlatte Subpoenas – HERE – along with the letter that accompanies his demand.   However, more important is the response from the DOJ as communicated by Fox News journalist Chad Pergram (emphasis mine):

(LINK)

Oh, what’s that?  Yes, the DOJ has to review the demand for evidence because release of those documents might conflict with ongoing Grand Jury information (evidence).  Yes, that means a Grand Jury is impaneled, exactly as we expected.

Yes, that also means there are “law enforcement actions” currently ongoing as a result of the prosecutor assigned to reviewing the evidence discovered by Inspector General Horowitz.

Are there still those who doubt?

There has been a great deal of consternation, directed toward AG Jeff Sessions surrounding the ongoing FISA abuse scandal and the larger issues of unlawful DOJ and FBI conduct in their political investigation of candidate Donald Trump. It is a matter of great division amid people who follow the details.  Yet there is overwhelming evidence he assigned a prosecutor to conduct a criminal investigation of the FBI and DOJ “small group” a long time ago.  Now we know, with certainty, a GRAND JURY is empaneled.

… I have appointed a person outside of Washington, many years in the Department of Justice to look at all the allegations that the House Judiciary Committee members sent to us; and we’re conducting that investigation. (read more)

Evidence of this prosecutor, and the Grand Jury, was also visible within the firing of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. –SEE HERE– We’ve been talking about this since it became obvious someone was giving information to congressional investigators.

♦First, the question:  If Jeff Sessions has appointed a prosecutor to work with Inspector General Horowitz, why do congressional reps keep asking for a second special counsel?

The answer is a lot simpler than we might think: They don’t know.

The legislative branch of the government doesn’t know what the criminal investigations are of the executive branch of government; AND AG Jeff Sessions has repeatedly said his intention is to restore the proper, appropriate and professional standards of the U.S. Department of Justice.  (ie. no talking about criminal investigations)

Within this specific investigation there is a triple role.  ¹A DOJ Inspector General conducting an internal investigation; ² Appropriate congressional oversight; and ³ the collection of evidence that might also be used in criminal indictments.

Within the IG collection of evidence there are two competing issues:  #1) Evidence of misconduct and political bias (shared openly with congress and oversight); and #2) evidence of illegal activity (retained from congress to preserve integrity of evidence for later used in criminal proceedings); this is where the “outside DC prosecutor” comes in.

Which brings us to point #2

♦Accusations of DOJ hiding evidence from congress.

Several congressional representatives have stated the information about Judge Rudolph Contreras was not readily know because his association with Peter Strzok was redacted within text messages sent from DOJ to congress.  Therefore the DOJ is trying to hide damaging information.  That claim is not the correct framework/context.

Congress as a whole (reps, staff and investigators) can go to the DOJ and look at ALL unredacted text messages.  However, if congressional staff wish to take copies with them the copies must be redacted. Why?  Because, just like the Contreras issue within the Strzok and Page text messages, there’s a possibility specific texts are evidence of a crime.

Go back to December 2nd, 2017, when the first reports of the IG investigative findings were hitting the news media and you’ll note IG Horowitz said he has no issues with congressional oversight getting his investigative evidence with the approval FROM the DOJ.   In this example the “prosecutor”, working with Horowitz, has to make a determination if a potential criminal case would be compromised by allowing the release of specific information/evidence gathered by the Inspector General.

Lastly, where all this appears to be going.  It is not likely there will be a ‘second special counsel’ per se’.  With a prosecutor already working with Inspector General Horowitz that person already has a thorough knowledge of all the evidence.  As soon as the IG publishes his report, the prosecutor can begin subpoenaing witnesses.  And now we know there’s already a Grand Jury seated somewhere hearing the criminal evidence he/she has carved out from the overwhelming IG evidence as collected.

You and I might be frustrated with the pace of the activity for a myriad of righteous reasons.  However, we must also remind ourselves of the scale and scope of the corruption here that is inherent within the BIG PICTURE.  All of this was done on purpose.  None of this was accidental.

The prosecutor could, likely would, be having to outline the biggest political conspiracy in the history of politics.  It is entirely possible officials within the CIA, NSA, DOJ, FBI, State Department, ODNI, and national security apparatus along with the Obama White House, Clinton campaign officials, politicians, career bureaucrats and possibly judges are all entwined and involved.

Add into this likelihood the complicit ideological media who will go absolutely bananas about any single member of their team being indicted; and a better than average chance the media will follow instructions from their leadership and send tens-of-thousands of low-info sycophants into the streets in protest, and well… you see the picture.

The left only know one narrative: “Jeff Sessions is doing Trump’s evil bidding.” That’s it. That’s the drumbeat. 24/7/365 That’s the narrative pushed over and over.

Just look at the media reaction to Andrew McCabe’s simple firing, which Trump had nothing to do with, and think about what their response would be to indictments?

Resources:

♦Remember – Someone’s doing the Investigations and Interrogations – HERE

♦Jeff Sessions affirms IG looking at FISA Court Abuse and Illegal Representations – HERE

♦Jeff Sessions confirms appointment of “Federal Prosecutor” working with OIG Michael Horowitz – See Here

♦McCabe firing shows evidence of a Federal Prosecutor and Grand Jury – SEE HERE

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729 Responses to Giddy Up – DOJ Admits They Have a Grand Jury Empaneled in FBI and DOJ Investigation…

  1. albrevin says:

    perhaps the Investigators and Prosecutor are doing two things:

    building an airtight case

    Tying the cabal to something so shocking that the air deflates so fast from the brewing left-wing-riot plans that the ANTIFA types don’t dare show their faces in public…. MSM is left in need of verbal viagra so bad that Chuck Todd has dry mouth, can’t speak, can’t look up…. you get the picture.

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  2. fiveaces01 says:

    This is why a Special Counsel is needed.
    Trey Gowdy ~ “What changed for me was the knowledge that there are two dozen witnesses that Michael Horowitz, the [DOJ] Inspector General, would not have access to,” Gowdy said. “When I counted up 24 witnesses that he would not be able to access were he to investigate it, yeah only one conclusion, that’s special counsel.”

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  3. RLC2 says:

    I feel like one of the vultures in that corny cartoon, sitting in a tree – “#%# patience, I wanna kill something”

    Hoping Sundance will turn his open source analytic laser upon John Brennan, after the OIG report is out, and blood starts to flow from the grand jury…see the always insightful Andrew Klavan here:

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/292073/#respond

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  4. Perot Conservative says:

    The key name that rarely comes up? Valerie Jarrett.

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  5. Ryan says:

    Thank you for the in-depth summary of all of this. It’s been hard enough trying to separate fact from fiction lately, and even more discouraging has been the idea that one could even ATTEMPT to stay up to speed on the myriad of bullshit taking place within the uppermost levels of our government. Although there are no signs that the corruption will come to a halt anytime soon, this could very well be a good start.

    Guess we gotta just have faith that this will all ultimately work out in the best interests of the American people. If it doesn’t, that simply means this country was never worth fighting for-and I’ve never believed that to be the case.

    Again, I express my gratitude to you and all others with public influence who remain do heavily involved in the quest for the truth. As disturbed as many will be when the world finally sees all of this shit for what it really is, it’s a necessary step toward taking back our country.

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  6. Joyce Crevier says:

    Without “truth” there is nothing to keep this nation together.

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  7. MSG Grumpy says:

    I understand that the collection and preservation of evidence is essential to persecuting a criminal case. And I understand that criminal persecutions take a LOOOOONG time.

    BUT,

    Does the IG, DOJ, Republican party, and President Trump understand what happens IF the big bomb does not drop NLT August or very early September?

    I’ll paint you a picture: the Grand Jury is ready to release the names and charges against the bad actors in October, the MSM and demoncrats scream it is all a witch hunt and political grandstanding. Between the non-stop 24/7 repetition of this message flooding every single news, talk and soap opera on TV, radio magazine. Then add the protests and riots that the MSM will promote as the righteous anger of the American people against such obvious politicking right before an election. Add in a pork filled budget that demoralizes the republican base…

    And we lose the House and Senate in the 2018 mid term. Which means that the deep state will now win, ALL of the evidence of ANY corruption will vanish and ALL of the weaponized agencies will now focus their revenge on President Trump and any and ALL that tried to threaten their power.

    I understand that to do a complete and thorough job requires a lot of time.

    We (as in the United States of America) may not have that time.

    You go to war with the Army you have, not the Army you might have in the future. Because we need to realize that there is a date that once we go past then we will have lost before we could fire a singe shot. Please God give us a chance to fight for the nation our forefathers sacrificed and died to create. The nation our Grandfathers and Fathers defended from a world that hated freedom and liberty. Lord give us the courage to once again stand in the breech and proclaim that THIS is worth fighting and dying for.

    MSG Grumpy

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    • nbkilgore says:

      For every battle there is an objective, but before we can plan how to meet those objectives, who have we sent in way ahead of anything and what is the purpose of doing that? What we are observing, the information we are receiving tells us there are sub-grouping that will be docketed and Perp-Walked before September thus indicating that AG is fully aware of and alerted to what is at stake. AG assigned a hound with a good nose and teeth to IG, IG only has a good sniffer with no teeth way back before July 2017.

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    • Mr. Cigar Truth says:

      The Senate ain’t going nowhere. Just a matter of Republican additions big or small. The loss of a Senate will suggest malfeasence of epic proportions in voting or America has been turned fascist. Worry about the House, get out and vote. These special elections indicate motivation, but they were small potatoes until POTUS started bragging about the Georgia one. Money spent on these cannot be sustained in November. It is voter fraud, baby, because they were busing them in from out of state in Alabama, but the R majority Supreme Court was going to stop Moore any way possible. They had enough of him and Shelby is a swamp rat with influence. Stay focused, it’s March.

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  8. Dimbulbz says:

    Perhaps this helps explain why Trump had to sign that Horrible Omnibus .. He is going to need the military on his (our) side when all this comes out. I was extremely disappointed by his signing, but int his context, I see he had no choice. I wonder why none of the big fish in this investigation are not vying for more press airtime, and saying how lawless the DOJ has now become. I expect that will soon be the cry among those about to be brought down?

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    • nbkilgore says:

      McConnel/Ryan gave a very bitter pill for POTUS Trump to swallow for that annoying butt plug, POTUS also knows where to aim that butt plug once the pill takes effect and its not going to be pretty once the two clowns get soaked in s**t!

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Hogwash. He had plenty of choice, Laura Ingraham covered that last night. Tell them in advance it isn’t acceptable, or veto it, and get to work. This was the President who ran as a change agent, being engulfed by Swamp creatures like Ryan, McConnell, and Schumer. And no Wall.

      The Amnesia buffet Omnibus makes me wonder about PDJT. Why the disaster, plus going backwards on the border. Surrounded by Democrats, too much turmoil, Stormy, ADHD? Or the Washington canard that he goes the way of the last person in the room?

      Our President was even desperately tweeting last night that our military is the reason for his historic flip flop and Amnesia. Silly.

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    • A Mongoose says:

      They may not know they are targets of the investigation, yet.
      I’m hoping that a lot of people, me included, will owe Jeff Sessions an apology.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I looked at the Reddit summary of 9,000 indictments. See the geographic dispersion?

        Twenty five percent, roughly, in California. Many in the Central CA region. Nevada, Texas decent representation there… then Ohio and Penn, places I haven’t been in decades.

        My wild guess is it’s related to illegal immigration. Complete guess. FYI, a lot of women or girls smuggled from south of the border are raped… a day laborer once told me it is part of the benefit of being a ‘coyote’. Well known. Could MS13 be tried under RICO statutes? (No lawyer here.)

        I really don’t get the whole pizzagate thing, why would a couple worth tens of millions get into that? Yes, she’s cheap, yes, they’re crooks, but that would smear their name for generations. Huma may be her girlfriend, could have an open marriage, but how far does it go? … then again, I recall the Haitian business man was going to testify here in the US, said he was scared if the Clintons, said they cheated Haiti … and he ends up committing suicide with a gun like so many others?

        Some other site claims 4 or 5 Democrats have medical boots on… claiming hiding ankle bracelets… thing is, Hillary left the country w/out one, fell in India.

        I should have bought a copy of that National Enquirer that had supposed evidence from Hillary’s alleged fixer. It supposedly showed check stubs, etc., and most of it was pretty vanilla like killing an article for $200 or $500.

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  9. Pete says:

    If Sundance is satisfied, I’m satisfied.

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  10. Edgar Hueras says:

    The clock is ticking on the Clintons… Tick… tick… tick…

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  11. Lance Elliott says:

    Last time I saw a “organizational chart” like that, I was studying the Gambino crime family.

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  12. Earlier today, I posted a link to this article on a Dick Morris video, suggesting he clarify his own speculations. Judging by this video, he appears to have read it. Attribution lacking as it often seems to with the media luminaries.

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