BREAKING: AG Jeff Sessions Reveals Name of “Outside DC” DOJ Prosecutor Assigned to Horowitz – John Huber from Utah…

In response to a litany of congressional requests demanding a second ‘special counsel’, Attorney General Jeff Sessions previously told media (largely ignored) he appointed a prosecutor from “outside DC” to look at all the issues surrounding the corrupt FBI and DOJ:

MARCH 8th, 2018 – “Well, I have great respect for Mr. Gowdy and Chairman Goodlatte, and we are going to consider seriously their recommendations. 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.

Also I am well aware we have a responsibility to insure the integrity of the FISA process, we’re not afraid to look at that. The inspector general, some think that our inspector general is not very strong; but he has almost 500, employees, most of which are lawyers and prosecutors; and they are looking at the FISA process. We must make sure that it’s done properly, and we’re going to do that. And I’ll consider their request.” (link w/video)

Despite AG Sessions repeated assurances that he had already assigned a DOJ prosecutor to work with IG Michael Horowitz, on the myriad of issues surrounding corruption within the FBI and DOJ – to include the FISA court abuses, congressional voices kept demanding a second special counsel.

Continuing the drumbeat, last night HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes restated the political demand for another Special Counsel.  Today AG Jeff Sessions reveals the name of the prosecutor assigned to the task, John Huber from Utah, included in a letter to congress.

Washington (CNN) Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed Thursday that Utah’s top federal prosecutor, John Huber, has been examining a cluster of Republican-driven accusations against the FBI and has decided that no second special counsel is needed — at least for now.

Huber has been looking into allegations that the FBI abused its powers in surveilling a former Trump campaign adviser, and more should have been done to investigate Hillary Clinton’s ties to a Russian nuclear energy agency, but his identity had remained a secret.

[…] It also comes one day after the Justice Department’s internal watchdog office confirmed it would review how the FBI obtained a warrant to monitor Trump foreign policy aide Carter Page, as well as the bureau’s relationship with Christopher Steele, the author of the Trump dossier.

Huber, who currently serves as the US attorney in Utah, may now find himself thrust into the middle of a fierce partisan struggle — with Republicans arguing anything short of a special counsel is insufficient because the Justice Department cannot investigate its own people, and Democrats maintaining that any allegations of bias are an unfounded ploy to distract from Mueller’s investigation into possible coordination between Trump campaign associates and Russian officials.

Originally appointed by President Barack Obama in 2015, Huber, along with many other US attorneys, resigned after President Donald Trump took office early last year, but was reappointed by Trump shortly thereafter. (read more)

Here’s the full letter to congress:

It is not accidental this announcement from AG Jeff Sessions happens on the same day that fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe began a legal defense fund.

Combine these developments together with the OIG news release from yesterday and you can see things are about to break loose.

Horowitz has assembled all of the information for his report but the scope of the report is so exhaustive it will most likely be released in segments according to the subject material and the myriad of issues involved.

The first section of the IG report, encompassing the DOJ/FBI political activity -specifically surrounding leaks to the media and fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe- will likely come out first in April.

The McCabe release should be followed by a release of the IG findings on the topic of FBI and DOJ conduct, and the politicization therein, within the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

The issues with the DOJ/FBI representations to the FISA Court, the October 21st DOJ/FBI application therein and other issues, will flow thereafter; there may be sub-chapter reports released supplemental to the FISA investigation surrounding Christopher Steele, Fusion-GPS and/or the private contractors and abuse of FBI and DOJ databases.  (more)

Horowitz is releasing an investigative report on his review of “phase #1” very soon.  This is the Clinton email investigation, the pre-planned exoneration, the media leaks, and the political corruption to attain the objectives therein.  Again refer to the original January 2017 (pre-inauguration) public information release:

It is in the course of this original investigation, and the surrounding interviews, where the evidence of Phase-2 (spy on Trump) and Phase-3 (Russia Collusion) was discovered.  Hence the outcome of the IG report will predictably follow the same sequence.

Here’s the important part to remember – The evidence already exists.  The documentation, interviews and gathering of evidence of what happened in Phase-2 and Phase-3 already exists.  However, the IG has never announced the opening of that investigation avenue. (Because 2, and 3, were an outcropping of original intent)

Horowitz is not announcing this investigative avenue from a position of only now starting to gather evidence; he already has the evidence.  He is now announcing the context for him to drop a report summarizing findings of content from the investigation; a report that has nothing to do with the original launch of the OIG investigation.

In essence he’s announcing the need to write a report based on investigative material he has already gathered.   Horowitz already has the material.

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1,106 Responses to BREAKING: AG Jeff Sessions Reveals Name of “Outside DC” DOJ Prosecutor Assigned to Horowitz – John Huber from Utah…

  1. DeWalt says:

    Any day now.

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  2. jeans2nd says:

    Does this mean the Grand Jury is seated in Utah?
    If so, boy howdy, are we in for some fun.

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    • waltherppk says:

      No, there must be another grand jury and prosecutor in D.C.

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      • Bud Klatsch says:

        John Huber, first appointed by obama WTF?

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        • backwoodsgirl123 says:

          Yeah, it’s not going to be all sunshine and roses.

          Statute of limitations is already starting to run out on some of this stuff.

          Judge Jeanine Blasts Sessions, 2128

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          • G. Combs says:

            “Statute of limitations is already starting to run out on some of this stuff.”

            Which is why there are 18,500 sealed idictments between end of October and 1st of March — 4 months when the norme is ~1000 per YEAR!

            The statute of limitations is STOPPED by an indictment. I posted the URL here several times.

            Here it is again:
            Statute of Limitation in Federal Criminal Cases: An Overview
            https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/RL31253.pdf

            “….The phrase “statute of limitations” refers to the time period within which formal criminal charges
            must be brought after a crime has been committed…. Therefore, in most instances, prosecutions are barred if the defendant can show that
            there was no indictment or other formal charge filed within the time period dictated by the statute
            of limitations.
            ….”

            the typical language in a statute is:
            ““No person shall be prosecuted, tried, or punished for a violation of or conspiracy to violate Section 668 unless the
            indictment is returned or the information is filed within 20 years after the commission of the offense,” 18 U.S.C. §
            3294.”
            Several examples are given in the footnotes of this document.

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      • Iamcat says:

        I believe Obama appointed people in the DOJ for a purpose, and that DOJ was corrupt. I don’t trust Rosenstein and I’m wary of this guy. What about Ohr? He is still around just demoted. I trust President Trump, I’m staying positive as possible about everything, but I can’t shake the uneasy feeling I have about Obama’s people still in DOJ, FBI, CIA. I wanted and I believe the country needed a clean slate.

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        • amanda4321 says:

          Yes, I agree with you- if this guy was appointed by Obama, and if Rosenstein suggested this guy to Sessions, I’m a little worried (to say the least). I want to be optimistic, but the other side is beyond devious.

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          • backwoodsgirl123 says:

            And he’ll have to answer to Rosenstein according to Judge Jeanine and Sara.
            There’s also like 4 FBI offices that need to be investigated and currently only the one is.

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            • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

              I saw that on Fox too, but I believe they are wrong. That theory is directly contradicted by the actual text of AG Sessions letter to Congress above in SD’s post.

              “I receive regular updates from Mr. Huber…” is right there in the letter, so Huber’s reporting directly to Sessions at least in part.

              Another possible error by Greg Jarrett, I think:
              He restated the point about the IG not being able to force testimony from people outside DOJ/FBI, but seemingly missed the fact that Huber almost certainly CAN. (on his own, or through a Grand Jury, I dunno the details.

              I guess that working together, Huber & the IG are sorta the “Wonder Twins”, and together they have as much power as a Special Counsel. (or more?)

              PS, Huber better play it straight. He’s basically partnered with the head of Internal Affairs, who has oversight over HIM. 😀

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          • MILupper says:

            Amanda, Mr Huber was confirmed twice as US States Attorney in Utah, Both times he had to clear the blue slip rule in the senate. The blue slip applies to US Attorneys as well as judicial nominations. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee are the senators from Utah during both nominations. Both would require a straight shooter to clear the blue slip. What would O care about a USSA in Utah? He would never get close to O. Bad miscalculation

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        • DixT says:

          According to the Conservative Treehouse’s Sundance, there is all likelihood that those “5” are now working with the DOJ investigators, thus they are STILL at their departments but in lesser capacities: Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Jim Baker, Bill Priestap (Strzok’s boss), and Bruce Ohr (at the DOJ, but demoted twice).

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        • waltherppk says:

          If it was up to me the conclusively identified subversives / communists would be put in receipt of extreme prejudice, simultaneously liquidated. One morning there would be honest news reports that a purge had occurred and domestic enemies who had been identified had been dealt with appropriately and those news reports would probably be heard from new voices, because a great many of the more familiar “journalists” would be counted among those traitors who had been summarily hanged or shot.

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          • powderdayrules says:

            I am all for hanging or shooting traitors, waltherppk, but don’t you think they really should have a trial or military tribunal first? BTW I like your name – used to have a Berretta in .32 ACP – sweet little gun!

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            • waltherppk says:

              Walther makes a modern flyweight polymer mini .380 with a factory grip activated laser made into the frame, fanciest coat pocket pistol ever made, like a high tech derringer, but the thing is baby blue rubber coated which is pretty strange.

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        • Fred Zarguna says:

          Huber was an AUSA for 13 years, so he first came into the DOJ under Bush. 0bama may have appointed him USA because Huber knew the territory, and he may well be an OK Trump appointment. It comes down to whether you trust Sessions in referring him to Trump for reappointment, and, whether you trust Sessions in picking him for this job.

          Remember Horowitz was also an “0bama” appointee, and Holder and Lynch stonewalled and pissed him off for years, flaunting the IG statute so much so that Congress passed a whole new IG law at the 11th hour of 0’s term, largely on Horowitz’s recommendation.

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        • nbkilgore says:

          Iamcat: I look at this from a different perspective, such as the individuals entry into US Public service for “We The People”. Mr. Huber comes from a red state, serving that state as their US District Attorney since the Bush era. Upon entry of his service for the Republic, he took his Oath of office to uphold/defend the Constitution of the United States. Now, lets also look at it from another angle, I and many Veterans entered military service where we also took our Oaths to defend the Constitution of the United States. In our Oaths we also swore to obey the orders of our commanders, executive officers and the Commander in Chief. For those of us who were career enlistees, our CIC changed or remained the same every general elections, but one thing always remained the same and that is our oath to uphold the Constitution of our Republic! Grant it some have fallen short of their oath, but that seems to be in the confines of the infested swamp of DC where politics overshadows everything else. Those who fail to uphold their oath will get their just desert, there are penalties for violating the Oath of our Constitution!

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    • fred5678 says:

      Try again:

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    • Foolsgold says:

      I’m trying to believe this stuff, I’m trying very hard. It’s just that every player charged with giving us justice so far seems to be a Oboma appointee! Sorry y’all I have this mental hatred of anything Oboma, especially appointees. You know the usual politicians/Marxist in the Justice Department, FBI, CIA, NSA, IRS, IG? etc…but I’m trying real hard y’all I really am!

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      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        I hope this dude isn’t cut from the same cloth as Romney!
        And if he’s Mormon, they have some of their roots in Masonry. I don’t trust the NWO Globalist Masons!

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  3. PremAmerica says:

    Please Lord! Let me be wrong!

    I know I have been very critical of AG Sessions and doubted him much. I don’t know if Jonathan Turley can be trusted.

    But I do know this. I’ve never hoped more that I be wrong and the Sessionistas be right.

    This beautiful country so badly needs that there be at least a few men of honor.

    May it be Huber!

    May it be Horowitz!

    And, may it be Sessions!

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    • Rynn69 says:

      We all are skeptical, PremAmerica, and I think given how this has all played out we have every right to be. Many see this the way you do.

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      • Tom F says:

        Speak for yourself.
        No skepticism here.
        President Trump and his team have had this form jump.

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        • G. Combs says:

          This is what gave me hope that there was a plan in play.

          name redacted https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/937831014965153792
          “Adm Mike Rogers saved the country. On nov 18 he met the NATSEC team of PDJT transition team and briefed them on it all…. At that meeting were current DCI Pompeo , former DCI Woolsey, now ambassador, Mike Flynn, Jeff Sessions, and PDJT. “

          The next day President Trump moved his team from Trump Tower.

          Former DCI Woolsey, , General Mike Flynn, and AG Jeff Sessions have ALL been swimming in the DC swamp for YEARS. They know who the White Hats are and who are the Black Hats. I think a plan was formulated over the coming months and we are now seeing that plan play out.

          Although I do not trust Steve Pieczenik, I think he tosses out Disinfo on purpose, that said there is this interesting article at Zero Hedge
          “This is as close to a real life spy novel as you’re going to get…

          Dr. Steve Pieczenik is a legend. For those of you who don’t know – he’s the guy Tom Clancy based Jack Ryan on. He’s served 5 U.S. Presidents (Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan and the 1st Bush) and was co-founder of Delta Force…..

          Shortly before the election, Pieczenik released a series of YouTube videos explaining just what in the hell was going on with all of the Wikileaks revelations – which, as he revealed, were part of a “counter-coup” by patriotic elements within the intelligence community – assisted by Julian Assange, to wrestle control out of the hands of the globalists by exposing Hillary Clinton and the deep-state apparatus she represented.

          If you haven’t seen the original clips – check them out.[…] “

          So yes, I think there were patriots within the US government who were horrified at the direction the USA was headed and had ZERO desire to live, or have friends and family live under a world wide totalitarian government.

          We think of President Trump as being alone, but I think he has a group of brilliant patriots backing him up….

          I certainly pray I am correct.

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      Appreciate your attitude.
      Whether you or anyone else was wrong about AG Sessions is not important now.
      Amazing things are about to happen and everyone can enjoy the show together.
      I’ll bring the popcorn, you bring the crow. 🙂

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    • Tonawanda says:

      “the Sessionistas”

      There are no “Sessionistas”

      There are people who hate Sessions based on their assessment of the situation, and there are people who do not know what is happening and so refuse to hate Sessions.

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      • josco scott says:

        Well, to be fair, there are also those of us given to respecting Sessions because of who we’ve always known him to be…
        and we probably lean more to “95% trust Sessions and REALLY REALLY hope we’ve been right because if Sessions is corrupt or old/snoozy/busy baking then it’s hard to trust anyone in this world”…

        And then there are true Sessionistas such as Draw and Strike.

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        • Tonawanda says:

          Sessions is an honorable and decent man. That opinion makes me a “Sessionista” I guess.

          Cade has his informed and intelligent speculation about Sessions. Cade may be right.

          Cade is probably right.

          Here are the two considerations:

          1) If Cade is wrong, it does not mean that Trump or Sessions are wrong.

          2) It is impossible for us (any average American) to know the actual details.

          And two more considerations:

          1) Trump is a man, as is Sessions. Their aspirations might exceed the realities.

          2) Utter confidence in anyone is always made provisional by external events.

          And one more:

          The critical factors may be faith, trust, hope, optimism and love.

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          • backwoodsgirl123 says:

            I believe the problem is that so called Sessionistas believe that anybody that doesn’t fully trust Sessions is disrespecting Trump.

            So, my question would be, Have you all come to worship Trump as if he can do no wrong? Do you believe that he can read people’s hearts, because last time I checked, he’s a man.
            And men fail all of the time.

            Even David failed and God punished him.

            Trump isn’t perfect. He endorsed Rubio and that man is a scuzbucket and a liar. I ought to know. He’s my senator. He’s dishonest as the day is long and he can’t be trusted. He took his government credit card and used it for personal expenses until he got caught. His office hung up on me because I said the words “Illegal Alien”.
            And what is worse, a Miami paper outted him for lying about he and his family and his roots.

            But Trump endorsed him.

            I love Trump and thank God for him. Everybody else…nah! They have to earn my loyalty.

            When Sessions said he was going after Snowden, a man who uncovered most of what Hillary and friends did illegally, I know something is wrong with that picture.

            Trump couldn’t have won without Snowden. That, I do know!

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            • Keebler ac says:

              I didn’t know this about Sessions re Snowden. It’s typical of him feeling grandiose and free to pick on the little guys whom he doesn’t fear. Not the best qualification for swamp cleaning to be attacking the informant.

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              • backwoodsgirl123 says:

                I don’t think it’s a matter of picking on the “little guy”. I think perhaps in Sessions mind, there is “no valid reason” to go against the law. That would also include whistle blowers. And I do know some “conservatives” that believe that way…unfortunately!

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      • Tom F says:

        I think you have that backwards.
        Probably a mistake.

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      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        I haven’t seen anybody that HATES Sessions! They just don’t trust him!
        And if criticism isn’t a right on this board, then something is definitely wrong!

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      • G. Combs says:

        “…and there are people who do not know what is happening and so refuse to hate Sessions.”

        OH???
        SO you are calling anyone who DOES NOT AGREE WITH YOU an ignorant stupid idiot….

        Got it.

        Sure sounds like an Alinsky argument….

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  4. Donna in Oregon says:

    What I think I’ve read is that Huber will make an overview for Sessions. Huber does not have White Collar crime listed as a specialty, could find no RICO cases under his name.

    I looked in Utah for RICO cases. I found one, 6 indicted members of the Titanic Crip Gang. Yes, Titanic, like the ship. Kid you not…..2016.

    “Prior to confirmation as the United States Attorney, Mr. Huber served in leadership roles within the U.S. Attorney’s Office as the National Security Section chief and the Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney.” Which puts the Clinton email mess in his wheelhouse.

    Huber is an organizer, overseer as stated by Sessions. I hear Sessions saying that this is a TBD in the future and maybe specific to how the Hillary Clinton email investigation was handled.

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  5. Paula says:

    Greg Jarret is not thri!led w/ this pick. Says this guy was an Obama appointee.

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    • fred5678 says:

      He was RE-appointed by Sessions and POTUS Trump — LOTS of explanations in early section of this thread.

      Jarret and Janine are clueless.

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      • Old Lady says:

        Life is really good without FOX. I never thought I would say that.

        Liked by 7 people

        • carole says:

          Old Lady, I agree. I don’t even watch Lou Dobbs anymore. That has been the only show I’ve watched in the past year. I get my news from CTH now. Period.

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          • keith crockett says:

            Lou Dobbs has been my favorite ever since his CNN days where he was the sole media giant speaking up about the illegal immigration issue and that’s why they fired him. I’ll never quit on Dobbs as he’s been a true conservative and Trumpster!

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          • Matthew LeBlanc says:

            I still enjoy Tucker a lot. He is fearless on illegal immigration and guns both of which are topics that I’m very interested in. He also was the first that I’ve seen to literally laugh in Schiff’s face about Russia and call out open borders for what they really are, a way to permanently alter our demographics and ensure democrat votes. He’s not afraid to call out liars as liars on his show which is also refreshing.

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      • Iamcat says:

        I think Trump, not being from the swamp, trusted Sessions with these appointments.

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      • OldSaltUSNR says:

        …. and Rosenstein was RE-appointed by Sessions … so we have the infinite Mueller investigation, and infinite delay in investigating the Obama Administration’s abuses.

        What’s your point, fred?

        Huber may be a honest man. Horowitz might be a great OIG. However, all of this is shadow boxing, and if we don’t all trust the SuperSecretAGentSessions scenario, we’re all “clueless”?

        Sundance has a whole lot of great information mixed with even more speculation. We have little to know actual “evidence” that there’s any investigation ongoing. Huber looks more to me like Sessions CYA move. Both were present in the Obama Administration during the period suspected acts occurred. Both are conflicted.

        The Justice Department (and FBI) are clearly compromised. This situation (not imaginary Russian election hacking) is precisely WHY “independent” Special Counsel’s were created. Instead, Sessions offers an Obama US Attorney from Utah to lead the investigation (the scope of which, we all can’t even be certain – will the touch the White House staff? CIA?). If Huber merely follows the OIG’s investigation, if he’s constrained to that, then the iceberg will be missed while he tosses a few ice cubes out of Justice Department.

        Do you want to know what proof we have that Sessions is “on the job”? Track the “prosecution” of “livin’ the life” Lois Lerner. Good luck with that myth.

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        • G. Combs says:

          ” and Rosenstein was RE-appointed by Sessions”

          NO! Rosey was FIRED by Sessions and it was President Trump who refused his resignation. 🙄

          It is amazing how that story seems to be a real zombie. You can’t kill it. Of course it is very useful for the Soros operatives who are trying to dishearten Trump supporters.

          Jeff Sessions asks dozens of US attorneys appointed by Obama to resign

          “….“The president called Dana Boente and Rod Rosenstein tonight to inform them that he has declined to accept their resignation, and they will remain in their current positions,” spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement….”

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    • Tegan says:

      Yes, he was originally appointed by Obama, resigned pro forma when Trump came in and then rehired. Hopefully, he was vetted. Read his bio and he’s basically never left Utah..so therefore is probably “untainted” by the Swamp. Also, seems to be very church-oriented…in my eyes, a plus.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Jarrett wants a Special Prosecutor, and is upset this makes that unlikely for now.

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    • Lis says:

      I would suggest not paying attention to any further stuff that’s aired by the MSM (including Fox) for the next few weeks, and just being patient. But…that’s me.

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    • motreehouse says:

      Greg jarret need a Zanex

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    • Tom F says:

      Mr. Jarret has pillared Attorney General Sessions as well.
      Makes me mighty suspicious of his motives.

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  6. fred5678 says:

    Greg Jarrett (an ATTORNEY!!) is making a fool of himself on Fox News, He would be so much smarter if he read this site just once a week.

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    • Christine says:

      Totally agree! I quoted some of his Fox interview a few comments down.

      I find it difficult to believe Jarrett – a smart guy – is that ignorant. Must be deliberately deceptive.

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      • josco scott says:

        He has some persistent misconceptions. And he’s very cranky about them, which makes them very noticeable.

        I wish this blog were mandatory reading for all of Fox News. Especially Tucker, who is the best of the lot, but who–like all of them except Hannity–seem to need to criticize Trump as often as possible (which means mostly that he disapproves of his tweeting and he jumps on the bandwagon immediately RE: DACA/gun control/any early negotiation that he should know Trump throws out)

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        • Christine says:

          Oh my gosh josco, that’s precisely what I was thinking as I typed my comment! Sundance’s brilliant articles should be required reading for all. The mass ignorance is so frustrating.

          * My auto-correct changed your name “josco” to “Moscow”. Are you a Russian bot? 😉

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    • Donzo says:

      Jarrett expresses extreme frustration and impatience with Sessions and the investigation’s southern molasses-like speed as he perceives it. But as an attorney with some understanding of the legal issues, why in the world does he not understand, especially after the latest revelations of a prosecutor, that the appointment of an SP would further slow down the process which likely play into the hands of the Dems for the midterms?

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  7. Hillyard says:

    Beautiful!!! One of the greatest days other than 11/9/2016 will be when large groups of federal marshals converge on Washington DC and start arresting every one of these swamp rats up to and including Obammy himself.

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  8. Publius2016 says:

    Hearing the President speak today, makes me realize again and again that the brilliance and heart of this man for his country is all-encompassing! He put Jeff Sessions to return our country to the rule of law and order…we don’t need anymore Special Counsels…the laws are very straight forward…you leak classified information, you go to jail…use sell government property for personal gain/kickbacks, you go to jail…you conspire to railroad/murder, you go to jail…still believe his name was Seth Rich

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  9. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    Every federal crime charged has to be indicted in the district where the crime occurred. There are a few exceptions for crimes conspiracy, mail fraud and wire fraud which have participants in different jurisdictions or like a mail fraud the letter is mailed and delivered in different districts. Since there is very little Washington DC FISA or IC business conducted in Utah my guess is Huber is detailed to the city where the grand jury and the investigation are being conducted. Huber flies home on weekends. So, that leaves Washington DC and Northern Virginia as the most likely location for the charges. A runner up might be New York City because that’s where Trump Tower is located. Rest assured that a lot of serious thought and analysis went into the decision because the jury pool is always critical in any trial.

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  10. Sessions SES Cesspool….500 DOJ lawyers are from the seditious Senior Executive Service, which also harbors Horowitz, Stay, Rosenstein and more….

    “Timeline of Evil” at Aim4Truth.org

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    • Tom F says:

      Very fake news.
      Bad site.

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      • rashomon says:

        Sessions has an overwhelming job to do combating the destruction that has taken place, not only over the last eight years, but since the G.H.W Bush administration when the NWO kicked off its campaign with Bush’s speech acknowledging the plan. Control over the DOJ has been critical to their march toward its goal of international law far removed from the individual rights so valiantly fought for by our American ancestors.

        I have family in Alabama who had to face the wrath of Jeff Sessions. They were in the wrong and rightly judged, but totally bamboozled by the gentleman as he appeared so benign. Ha! My Northern relatives who are attorneys still laugh about it.

        I doubt if he has changed his stripes, so personally I am being patient.

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  11. fred5678 says:

    Sara Carter just said FIVE FBI field offices, Little Rock + 4 others, are involved in Clinton Foundation investigation.

    We’re gonna need a bigger paddy wagon!

    Liked by 8 people

    • eagledriver50 says:

      I guess that water drip torture is working as advertised…Can’t wait for the screaming wench to get her dues!!! BOOOYAH!!!

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    • sat0422 says:

      When you are driving into or flying into Little Rock, you get the feeling real quick that you have entered CLINToooooN Country. Everything in Little Rock that is of any importance is named from one or both of the Clintons. It’s eye opening to say the least. A small country town capitol that is tainted by Clintooooon and Cronies. Hot Springs isn’t far away. Hope is just down the road. And, somewhere in the middle of nowhere is Whitewater.

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    • George Hicks says:

      She also stated Horowitz has already made criminal referrals!

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    • Bull Durham says:

      She definitely is being fed inside info for her stories. So, she has the best pulse of all the reporters. And she also has the most termperate view on the need for SC.

      The IG and Prosecutor are teamed up so where the IG can’t go, the Prosecutor can go.
      People outside the reach of the IG are within the reach of the Prosecutor.

      She understands this, but the TV smarties and Congressmen don’t understand.

      Folks are going to go to jail.

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  12. Christine says:

    Fox legal analyst, Greg Jarrett, was just interviewed by Judge Jeanine on Hannity.

    Jarrett was SCATHING of AG Sessions and his decision to appoint Huber, saying Huber is “originally an Obama appointee, all engineered by Rod Rosenstein, who is an Obama/Clinton acolyte… Sessions doesn’t even realise he is being manipulated and exploited. Sessions has spent most of his life as a Senator on Capitol Hill doing nothing, and suddenly he’s in charge of the DOJ and FBI and he’s in way over his head, and relies on people like Rosenstein”.

    I usually like Jarrett, but this spray against AG Sessions is a disgrace! Does he actually think Sessions is a clueless puppet, being lead around by Obama flunkies?

    Or is Jarrett doing Kabuki Theatre on behalf of the White House (as President Trump did with AG Sessions + SP Mueller, to deliberately distance himself from them so MSM/the public couldn’t allege they were in Trump’s pocket, when the 16,500+ indictments are unsealed taking down the entire corrupt Obama/Clinton/DOJ/FBI/CIA/MSM cabal)?

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    • He may have a point. One problem I’ve noted repeatedly in business – and from which I’ve learned due to my own tendencies – is that honest, decent people assume most people are honest and decent. Crooks assume most people are crooks. I’m honest, and it’s caused me a lot of grief over the years. I now “trust, but verify.”

      Sessions is a good, honest man. That also means he probably sees the best in people, including the types who succeed in the swamp.

      As was once said of successful actors in Hollywood, “The main thing is honesty. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made.” The fakers in DC are the best in the business, and Sessions is honest enough to believe them.

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      • Matthew LeBlanc says:

        It took me into my 40s before I stopped being so naive in business. Took an employee who had been friendly with me for years to place a shiv in my back on the way out. Then the director I’ve worked for years under twisted the blade. I’ve since recovered and all is well but what you wrote sparked a strong memory for me.

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      • Christine says:

        Hi rationalnational + Matthew

        Sadly, your comment about good, honest people being taken advantage of in business is all too true. As a litigation lawyer in Australia until 30yo, I ran many Court actions for a business partner being screwed by another partner. But, I was protected from it personally.

        THEN I moved to London to start running Dad’s global group of companies in 2004. (Dad created one of the world’s first online gaming companies, and the first to merge online gaming with multi-level marketing/MLM). THAT’S when I discovered how traitorous people can be, taking advantage of kind, honest people. Money truly IS the root of all evil – as Hillary Clinton demonstrates to perfection.

        It was soul-destroying, realising how bad people can be evil to good people. But, I refused to ever become one of those bad people. I can hold my head up high, internationally, at my ethical conduct in business and life.

        As for AG Sessions though, I consider him the silent, smiling assassin. Uncorrupted, honest, ethical – with a laser desire, intention + ability to destroy those who wish to destroy America. He remains untarnished despite decades in The Swamp. I’m confident he’s got this!

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      • Donzo says:

        Then there’s also the not so small issue of how to get those not so honest people who live and work by your side into handcuffs.

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    • Kenji says:

      What HAS Mr. Sessions actually … DONE? I believe President Trump made a FATAL (for America) ERROR in appointing Sessions. So far he has UNimpressed. Our country just BARELY survived an attempted palace coup … and he issues bureaucrat-speak notices. Useless.

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      • Tom F says:

        Yea, the President made a fatal mistake.
        Go away.

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      • Christine says:

        Hi Kenji

        Please read this pinned tweet thread by Vachel Lindsay (previously Imperator Rex), summarising the TEN separate DOJ investigations AG Sessions is conducting into Hillary + Obama. And they’re just the ones we know of.

        https://mobile.twitter.com/_VachelLindsay_/status/971287728083079173

        Never lose sight of this: AG Sessions is an uncorrupted patriot, who is silently working to develop watertight cases against the entire corrupt Obama/Clinton/DOJ/FBI/CIA/MSM cabal, for the most treasonous, seditious conduct in America’s entire history.

        We’ll know about it, once he wants us to know about it. There have been 16,500+ sealed indictments filed since 30 October, compared with an average of just 1,000/year. AG Sessions has been VERY busy!

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    • Y/O, says:

      Something really big has to be crashing down. It has the controlled opposition (Jarret) going bonkers. Good!

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      • Christine says:

        Yes Y/O, so much of Fox is controlled opposition (Laura Inghram, I’m looking at you – no one could be that bad at interviewing Chairman Devin Nunes, who gave you a wealth of key points to pursue, but all of which you ignored), I wonder if Jarret is yet another one.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      Christine,
      I suspect it is the latter.
      The funny thing is, anybody can come here and get the real story. This place is not top secret. It’s all here for anybody that cares to look.

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      • Christine says:

        So true, joeknuckles!

        In writing my regular comments in Australian media correcting yet another CNN-style Trump hit-piece, to inform readers of the TRUTH (thank you Sundance!), I’m astonished at the stupidity of Australian Trump-haters.

        They call my heavily detailed comments “fake news from discredited Far Right blogs”. When I explain it’s all sourced from primary source evidence which I’ve personally read (eg Court documents, declassified Government documents, Executive Orders, legislation), they either don’t answer, or say it’s all partisan, so irrelevant.

        Gosh, they have a hard fall of reality coming for them.

        HAPPY EASTER TO ALL YOU BEAUTIFUL TREEPERS! 🐇

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    • G. Combs says:

      “…Or is Jarrett doing Kabuki Theatre on behalf of the White House…”
      That would be my guess. We want the Left caught flatfooted when it all goes down. Less time to get the paid protesters organized and out in the streets

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      • Christine says:

        Hi G. Combs! Yes, given President Trump’s Kabuki Theatre with AG Sessions + SP Mueller making Leftists actually defend them (!!!!) when POTUS allegedly expresses his displeasure with them, I’m open to Jarrett being part of the Theatre too.

        Either that, or he’s an ignorant idiot, who doesn’t read Sundance here.

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  13. Mike13 says:

    Give me a break. Appoint someone to see if there was an issue. Yeah, there was an issue. Maybe someone will figure it out before 2024 presidential election – at which point EMP or thermonuclear clould will seal the evidence for sure.

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  14. A clean, good looking Obama holdover to get to the bottom of things.

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    • Chris Four says:

      There was a Senate rule – “blue slip” where the state’s Senators, either Hatch or Lee would suggest the nomination of the US District Attorney. Utah was no big loss for Obama.

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  15. Firefly says:

    Here’s a quote regarding Huber I found on twitter. Not sure of the accuracy.

    “He is a good friend of @MittRomney and seems to be quite agreeable to Bob Mueller and that good man I had to fire, Andrew McCabe. I have not seen a more glowing recommendation than the one written by @Comey for John Huber.”

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  16. Lucille says:

    Interesting that CNN continues to give the misleading impression that Carter Page had any influence with candidate Trump whatsoever: “…the Justice Department’s internal watchdog office confirmed it would review how the FBI obtained a warrant to monitor Trump foreign policy aide Carter Page….”

    Page was an “aide” to Trump and his campaign about as much as I was an “aide” to Governor Jerry Brown when I sat in on a meeting he had with the Executive Committee of a company I worked for. Page said he never even met Donald Trump let alone provided verbal advice.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Also have you noticed in “our” media Guccifer2 is the definitive source of the Clinton hacks the Fisa warent is only against Carter Page. These are repeated as gospel

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      • dawg says:

        Guccifer 2.0 was the source of “hacks”. Guccifer 2.0 was literally a fabrication of the deep state.

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      • Christine says:

        Ooooo! I have the most AWESOME detailed analysis of the Guccifer 2.0 creation from 22 February, including a technical explanation of the faked IT stuff.

        The writer concludes CrowdStrike was probably behind it, but since CrowdStrike is another Hillary flunky, “Deep State” is right. It’s a MUST READ!

        http://g-2.space

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        • RAC says:

          There is a lot of reading in that, have bookmarked it for later, thank you. I always appreciate links to new places I pick up here on cth.

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          • Christine says:

            My pleasure RAC. I stumbled on the article a month ago, and have kept it open ever since, knowing I’d find the perfect time and place to drop it. And here we are!

            (I posted here {with Michele Clarke?} several months ago about the fake Russia/Trump IT stuff, showing how it was fabricated, so it’s good to find it written elsewhere).

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  17. Chris Four says:

    I think Trump’s concerns of a month ago are still valid. Trump needs to push for reform of the FBI. Get them out of spying and intelligence gathering that is not what made the agency. With a FISA 99% warrent approval rating there is a problem.

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    • dawg says:

      Play that thought out.

      If Sessions was seen as Trump’s attack dog, this would all get blown off as partisan witch hunt at the very least, if not a tyrannical, dictator-style prosecution of your political enemies.

      In this case, it is imperative and politically strategic to at least attempt to present the image of a President unhappy with his AG.

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      • Chris Four says:

        I agree Trump and Sessions need to play the good cop bad cop game, but it appears the DOJ should not be solely relying on the OIG to fix internal problems. There appears to be a lack of proactive actions taken. Where is the memo slowing the FBI’s use of FISA warrants? Also some of the personnel involved in the FISA warrant process are no longer in government service and can’t be interviewed by the IG for information.

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      • jello333 says:

        Like a lot of people, I REALLY wanted to see Rudy get the AG job. But at the same time, as you say, his closeness to the Trump campaign would have made it nearly impossible to do his job. Rudy was perfectly capable of being fair and unbiased (yet still ruthless), but that’s not how he would have been portrayed.

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    • Emeraldstar says:

      I suspect that these putative “concerns” about AG and IG were a deke, and that instead, PDJT was having MAD FUN when he wrote this!

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  18. 1, Momma says:

    A democrat investigating democrat crimes and democrat investigating republican non-crimes walk into a bar …………..

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  19. rf121 says:

    Read the new thread and the AG letter. Huber is supervising multiple prosecutors.

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  20. A2 says:

    My bet (have to do this before noon) according to a tip from Jack the Lad, is John Huber in the town they loved so much they named it twice, empaneled Grand Jury.

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  21. NewfTea says:

    Lots of unfamiliar posters here — spreading pessimism and gloom & doom.

    Troll city!

    Liked by 5 people

  22. Crows are in limited supply – almost extinct in some regions of the ………………burrrrrp – yep, I had to choke a few down. MAGA!

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  23. Blade says:

    Continuing the drumbeat, last night HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes …

    All our allies are busy bees today. Our friends Meadows and Jordan, who should know better were part of the Fox Feeding Frenzy on Ingraham which tried but could not top the insane hyperbole on the previous show, ‘Hannity’, hosted by fake Judge Pirro and unrecovered alcoholic Greg Jarrett.

    Jordan, with a perfectly straight face tore into the AG and DoJ for their ‘withholding and redacting’ documents from Congress. He even said ‘its ridiculous we have to go down there to DoJ, our staff sees th documents and has to report back to us’. Naturally with no immediate followup from slack-jawed Laura asking what the problem with that is.

    Have they met the leaking Congress? Have they met Schiffhead and Swalwell? Have they met the legions of anonymous Congressional staff who launder information to the public? If the DoJ forces them to come down from their perch on the Hill and sign in to a controlled SCIF then they will have the names of every person exposed to secret information ( and can even manipulate it like they did to Schiffhead to expose leakers ). Sending the raw files up to the Hill loses all possible control over the flow and it would mean any leak investigation relies on getting nothing but the truth from Congressional staffers. At least this way they have single point of origin to start from when it leaks.

    Maybe Sessions should enact a new system for document control. For every document they release to Congress, DoJ demands collateral such as Senators and Representatives and Staff unredacted income tax returns, credit card bills, office travel reports and itinerary, and their Facebook passwords. Maybe then it will sink in ( but probably not ).

    All I see from Fox is the continual service of the Murdoch open-border and fake free-trade destroy-America agenda by targeting the only person besides Trump himself who recognizes the gravity of the problem. Some of them are actually on the right side of the issues ( Hannity, Ingraham, Pirro and a few others ) but useful idiots for the big picture globalist, while the remainder ( Geraldo, Thiessen, Stirewalt … ad mauseum ) are unrepentant propagandists. Only Tucker and Steyn are 100% reliable IMHO, and in Tucker’s case, that is very unexpected considering his moderate past. I think that O’Reilly-style false allegation against him made him see the light and converted him into a bona fide warrior.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Blade,
      Excellent analysis. I quit watching the Boob-Tube over 4 decades ago so I have to rely on Treepers.

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      • CoffeeLover says:

        I was down to watching Fox Business, Tucker, and about once a week Hannity.
        I’ve been reading/lurking here for quite some time. Won’t be long till I pull the plug and won’t watch any news.
        A BIG thank you to Sundance, and the majority of posters here.

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        • cdquarles says:

          I quit watching TV news long ago, with the last one to go being Fox, partly due to Shepard Smith. I’ve long been aware of problems with the news (insert George Orwell and Mark Twain quotes with respect to newspapers here). News is made like movies. What’s important is what isn’t said and with that which is said, with how it is said. When ‘news’ can’t report accurately things that I know personally and/or things that I know from other people who were there, I just can’t trust them. But, but, but Walter Cronkite. Yeah, what about him? He was a news reader who read what was put in front of him.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Blade, your comment is well-spoken, thank you. Wish more would take the time to read your words.

      Recall Obama’s secrecy with TPP. Absolutely no one was permitted to read that monstrosity unless in a specific SCIF, and not even notes were allowed. The open-borders free-trade crowd were mute.

      Now we are to expend the energy and resources tor manufactured outrage over a process intended to strictly follow the law, crack down on leakers, and subvert the machinations of the Swamp Creatures? No thanks.

      Thank you again for your comment.
      Others – please take 2 minutes and read Blade’s words. Blade’s words are worth the time.

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    • Donzo says:

      “Meadows and Jordan, who should know better ”
      Amen, brother Blade.

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  24. AncientChineseSecret says:

    I understand many CTHrs like myself have been on the edge of their seat waiting for the big bomb to drop with indictments of high ranking Obama officials. I too have been concerned about our governments ability to fess up and out these sinister treasonous bad actors away for a long time (or public hanging would be nice). However, before y’all freak out about a perceived “inside job” with Rosenstein, Huber, Sessions or an Obama appointee, I think you need to keep the big picture optics in perspective. Just think about how difficult it would be for the left to overcome some public outrage by condemning the process as a political hit job of all the Obama appointees were gone and the Trump appointees came down with indictments on Comey, McCabe, Lynch, Rice, et al? On the contrary, it will be Obama appointees who throw the gauntlet down on their own and they will do it to save their own asses/careers! I am even starting to believe Sessions recusal was part of a bigger picture view of the optics because these main players Horowitz, Admiral Rogers, Nunes, Goodlatte, Grassley probably had a good picture of what transpired and how big this thing really is before Sessions was confirmed. Don’t forget also how much heartache Sessions Senate confirmation was which should at least make you feel good he wasn’t the AG the libtards wanted! Just my 2 cents…

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  25. nesta801 says:

    Utah? The state with the GIANT NSA facility?

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  26. Tejas Rob says:

    I can’t help but wonder if Huber is on the job because of jurisdiction, what with the NSA HQ being in Nevada?

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  27. The Devilbat says:

    That is more than a swamp that is being drained. It is a cesspool.

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  28. Ana says:

    Rosenstein recommended this guy!? Rosenstein is a criminal trying to cover his own butt. And this guy was an Obama appointee? Sorry, but this stinks to high heavens and none of it sounds good for justice and the rule of law.

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  29. churchmouse says:

    Here’s a compliment for Sundance:

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  30. Keebler ac says:

    Isn’t there a conflict of interest if investigating the Obama Admin if you have Obama appointees at each junction blocking, the two main ones being OIG Horowitz and now the indicting prosecutor Huber? Or are we so afraid of media and the left that we need Obama appointees as qualifying hire to justify the outcome?

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