Jonathan Turley Discusses Stunning Power of IG Horowitz and Federal Prosecutor Huber Tag-Team…

George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley discusses Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s decision not to appoint a second special council; and the stunningly powerful move to have a federal prosecutor (Huber) working together with Inspector General Horowitz.  WATCH:

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242 Responses to Jonathan Turley Discusses Stunning Power of IG Horowitz and Federal Prosecutor Huber Tag-Team…

  1. L. Gee says:

    Snicker! Snort! Love the POW!!! Brings back great memories of the old Batman TV show!!

    Liked by 21 people

    • RedBallExpress says:

      Featuring Hillary Clinton as super villain Ma Parker:

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    • rich says:

      This law professor loses me with “we need more information not necessarily more indictments”. Full-fledged swamp creature.

      Liked by 12 people

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Publishing in “The Shill”, too. Oh, Lordy!

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Beg to disagree.
        We already have a dumbed-down citizenry, thanks to the Swamp Creatures, who only give us spin and lies, which creates more dummies who vote.

        You want MORE dumbed-down voters, who only vote – and do – as they are told? Voters who have no critical thinking skills at all? Oh, that’s rich.

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        • K. Powers says:

          Well, It’s no secret that liberals/progressives tend to be very young, idealistic, and driven by raw emotion ~~ lacking anything resembling a rational thought process or deductive reasoning.

          That is as it should be and is part of the growing process; much like puberty. But at some point, they need to understand that idealism and reality is a natural conflict

          On the other hand, the media understands this and know how to manipulate these emotions. They tug on the emotional strings of liberals/progressives manipulating them like mindless puppets, at times sending them off to riot, kill, destroy property, and damage buildings all in the name of peace and the quest for tranquility

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      • deepdivemaga says:

        I love being in the weeds and seeing what Sundance calls the “granular details” but it feels like it has been so long since our country has had any sense of justice at the highest levels.

        We need a perp walk! We need some red meat every once in awhile! I understand what is happening behind the scenes and understand that this takes time, along with the 13-15 or so other massive investigations going on (Uranium 1, Awan Brothers, FBI/DOJ, voter fraud, pentagon audit, etc. etc.), but the base needs some oxygen here to stay afloat! Throw us a bone, we can’t lose any of our base!

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        • cozette says:

          By “bone” do you mean pacifier? Sheesh. You speak of our country needing a sense of justice that reaches to the highest levels then seem to want to short cut the law to indulge a need for instant gratification. You can’t have both and President Trump will insist on the rule of law and deny anyones call for mob justice ie perp walks. It seems many are still unaware of the scope and EVIL of the Swamp. It is global. It has infected everything. It will destroy the world if necessary in order to survive. People need to wake up and grow up. Fast. Then move heaven and earth to defeat ALL Democrats in November. Even a RINO is better than a “good guy” Democrat at this stage in the very real WAR that we’re in.

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        • Agree with you 1000%. but let us not lose sight of what matters: the end result. We need to get it right. We do not need to get it fast.

          Let that cold anger chill out some more 🙂

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        • brh82 says:

          deepdivemaga, I agree with you 100%. HOWSOMEVER, the same characters are involved in several investigations and each investigation has many tentacles. Just one trial and conviction could spill the beans to the lawyers of many other criminals and wreck their investigation, defense or conviction. So the strategy has to be impeccable, so as not to set free some or all of the Black hats. Already the leaks have hampered progress, so our ONLY pursuit while awaiting the PERP WALK should be to influence the mid-terms. You either need money or a social media account in order to do that because we MUST support EVERY Republican running in EVERY State. McCabe was “our bone”, Liberals are pouring money at his problem that has hardly gotten off the ground yet, but its better than nothing, to awaken people to what’s in the Swamp.

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      • Phil aka Felipe says:

        Indictments are precisely what we need!

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      • medspec53 says:

        I would like to have both.

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      • Apollo says:

        Right. We *definitely* need indictments. It’s not “game over” for me until we get indictments and at least some convictions/pleas.

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    • Yes, I would not call it stunning, and I’m not sure how the Utah U S Attorney is going to work as he will need a DC grand jury. I’m still very concerned about Rosenstein’s involvement because he signed one of the FISA warrants and is so connected with Mueller, Comey, Weissmann, etc. I’ve know Jonathan since he “had spots.” He likes to stay centrist and opine on everything. If you want the true backstory on Weissmann and how the Mueller operation will work, read my book LICENSED TO LIE: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice and see http://www.LicensedtoLie.com and check out the new t-shirt which will be available in a week at https://squareup.com/market/sidney-powell-author/item/creepsonamission-ringspun-cotton-t-shirt , This team should love it! GREAT WORK on this site! Sidney

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      • missilemom says:

        Hope you are writing another book . Its the time!!

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      • Longknife 21 says:

        Re: Rosensteins “Authority”
        See: https://www.westernjournal.com/dick-morris-is-this-finally-the-end-of-mueller/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=newsletter-WJ&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=western-journal
        Manafort’s Attorneys filed “motion to dismiss” based on flaw in Mueller’s authority.
        Mueller was appointed by Rosenstein.
        Rosenstein given authority based on Recusal by AG Sessions from “any matter” of the Trump Campaign.
        Session’s Recusal only to those “matters”.
        Mueller’s “Investigation” has far exceeded the ‘authority’ Rosenstein was ‘Lawfully” able to confer.

        Yes, I know Rosenstein did not properly limit the authority given to Mueller as required by law, but he did not have the lawful ‘authority’ to grant any ‘authority’ beyond investigating the Trump campaign.
        Therefore, any authority for Mueller to go “farther afield” on his “witch-hunt” & “rabbit-trails” would have to come from Sessions. And it didn’t.

        I respectfully submit this for all your consideration & comments. Way above an old CWO-2 and civilian aviator.
        I think Mueller has exceeded his “Lawful” Investigation long ago and “Somebody” should have yanked on his choker-chain when the Russia Collusion died from lack of evidence after about 5-6 months.
        As soon as the “Unlawful” FISA Requests became apparent, he definitely should have been stopped, at least temporarily suspended, until That was cleared up.
        The whole Russia Collusion is a fraud, there has been no crime shown by the Trump Campaign, but plenty indicated by the Hillary & DNC people all the way to the Obama WH, Lynch DoJ, and the FBI..

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        • T.L.T. says:

          Exactly Longknife. As soon as clear evidence arose that the initial ‘reason’ for the inquiry was tainted he should have frozen the whole thing HIMSELF, if he were honest.

          All this time spent seeking crimes that have been known about for months, just on the wrong political side to be pursued.

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          • Longknife 21 says:

            I think “if he were honest.” is the ‘operative phrase’ here.
            Mueller had at least two attorneys and God only knows haw many paralegals and researchers “working for his Investigation” that are from the Big Law Firm he is a Partner in. Billing all those billable hours that we get to pay for.
            Adding Insult to Injury.

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            • brh82 says:

              In the beginning he was said to have hired 24 attorneys, then I read he hired only 16, all Democrats, and now you are saying only 2? Whatever, I also read that it was costing a billion a week for the team he had assembled. What would be his incentive to close it down?

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        • WES says:

          I have to wonder if Mueller hasn’t been one big distraction to allow IG and Huber to work silently in the background? Certainly Mueller has roped in, corralled, and silenced many of the top DoJ Dem prosecutors and top FBI investigators. Notice no leaks! Also these people are no longer available to defend any Dems who get indited. Also Mueller only became ,AAG about June/July 2017 and is the one who likely stopped the spying on Trump about same time. Nonetheless if Mueller is under inditement he is hog tied!

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  2. fleporeblog says:

    We need to wake our folks up!

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Here is the thread I shared with Rep. Nunes:

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      • fleporeblog says:

        At this point I wish that some of us Treepers could ask these fine men and women representing our country in Congress to step aside for a year or so while we, with SD’s leadership, take over their work!

        Our President would honor us at the WH and we can come back to our branch knowing our country is going to make it!

        Absolutely frustrating!

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        • MM says:

          Now you understand what I was talking about last evening???
          Makes me want to bang my head against the wall!

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        • Old Lady says:

          hey fle, what we need is for some of the Treepers to run for their jobs. You’d be a great one.

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        • SW Richmond says:

          “At this point I wish that some of us Treepers could ask these fine men and women representing our country in Congress to step aside for a year or so while we, with SD’s leadership, take over their work!”

          I have several times, elsewhere on the internet, urged president Trump to activate the unorganized militia and call them into service. Nothing could be clearer than that we are in the midst of a constitutional crisis. This is a national emergency.

          Militia could muster by county and then by state, elect suitable NCOs and officers, and then proceed to Washington DC. Needs, dates and locations could be directed by Presidential decree. We could have that swamp cleaned out in under a week, and then go home and go back to our jobs, leaving people in Washington who actually serve us and not themselves, with an “or else” understanding clear in their minds.

          The Constitution provides the President the authority to call the unorganized militia into service. Everything done under such circumstances would be Constitutional.

          In actual practice, rounding up swamp denizens would be unnecessary, as such an announcement by the president would cause outflow from Washington DC the likes of which has never been seen, as swampy denizens fled to places like New Zealand where their corruption would be welcomed. All of the now-empty lobbying and lawyer offices could be used for low income housing. Or alternatively you could knock the windows out, install grow lights and irrigation and grow vegetables in the manure left behind.

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          • Longknife 21 says:

            I think you are right. But first our President needs to ask the Sheriffs in every county to start a Sheriff’s Reserve. The “unorganized militia” is exactly that. The Constitutional answer is the Sheriffs, providing the Sheriff does understand and support the Constitution.
            The “Militias” in many places are composed mostly BATF & FBI moles, Confidential Informants, Assorted crazies, and a few Patriots to naive to see they are being set up.
            Otherwise, like the First American Revolution, the best militias may come from the churches, lead by strong pastors. Unfortunately, the Johnson Amendment (501(c)3) keeps any Constitutional supporting pastors from having large churches.
            The Constitutional militia has a mandate, but it must be “reactive” to any threat and have some real leadership. Traditionally, the Sheriffs are the local authority with the direct responsibility to protect their citizens. Under the State Governors, of course, but unfortunately, many State Governors (Democrats) are actively Anti-Constitution.

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        • maiingankwe says:

          Unfortunately, their egos would not allow it. They know far more than us peasants, so they think.

          It would be great though, wouldn’t it? I’m sure we’d get far more done, quicker and with a lot less time off. It would also take a lot less people.

          I will help from home in any way I can. When all is said and done, don’t forget us at the end party celebration! I’d love to meet all of you.
          Be well,
          Ma’iingankwe

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      • AZ18 says:

        Flep- have you sent this to Lou Dobbs, Jim Jordan etc.? I’m confused how they appear to not understand.

        After Fast and Furious, IRS and all the other boondoggles Congress has wasted time and money on, I want Congress to work on legislation! That’s their primary job! I want a real budget.

        I trust our President and Sessions to handle all this constitutional crisis corruption calmly and by the letter of the law.

        PS: thank you for all the economic analysis and your support of Charles Payne! He’s my favorite.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          AZ18 I am sending it to everyone under the sun! I love Charles Payne. He followed me on Twitter. He doesn’t mind interacting with the Deplorables.

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        • Judicial Watch’s Fitten appears similarly unimpressed with the decision not to appoint a SP. Oh well, there will be tactical differences.

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          • WES says:

            My take is if you want to play political football you appoint a special prosecutor so the congressional critters can leak to score political points while destroying the criminal evidence so no justice is ever served. If like Trump you want real justice to be served then you keep the criminal investigation inside the DoJ where there are no leaks! The other useful thing of keeping the investigation inside the DoJ is nobody knows who is or isn’t cooperating! This creates a lot of fear and uncertainty amoung the guilty! Trump knows that revenge is a dish best served cold! But making the guilty wait and twist painfully in the wind just adds to the pleasure!

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    • Minnie says:

      Possible set-up by Nunes?

      Not sure to what end, but now I’m wondering.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Minnie if he is lost, we have major problems! There is no way you and I as well as our fellow Treepers know more than a Gang of 8 member.

        If we do, they need to give us access to the SCIF!

        I think 🤔 it maybe time to reach out to the Greatest of them all! I am going to speak with him through my tv 📺!

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      • BobBoxBody says:

        I think they’re “all in on the joke” as it were. The same way Wray and Jordan were when they originally had that back and forth in the committee late last year when this all started to come out. They already know everything, or at least have an idea of where things are going. They’re just putting on some theater to keep their targets off kilter and also to galvanize their pool of support. Trump’s talent for exciting people seems to be rubbing off on some of the better members of our government.

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        • kiskiminetas says:

          That is has been my take on what is really going on for some time now.

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        • beach lover says:

          I was leaning that way until yesterday.. then if you read what Sundance said, there was a need to keep Congress in the dark to protect the testimony of the “witnesses” (small group).( Thanks, Schiffless… the chief leaker in congress, would spill the beans before the sun set.) We know now, that that testimony has been given to Huber as a trade for leniency.

          Congress doesn’t like not having the same shot at these people because they rightfully want to show the country they know there were crimes done by the O administration, and they want them in front of them testifying. The thing that is still stuck in my craw, so to speak, is Nunes.

          He withdrew request for testimony of the Strozk/ Page after leaning of their giving testimony to the IG. (he used their quotes in the memo). BUT, he is still asking for a SP. Do they not trust RR? A SP would have to start all over again! It would take this away from congress just the same as IG/Huber has done.. even more so…. SO, why are they (Jordan, Meadows, etc) on TV complaining about this?

          The first one of the normal pundits to come out with what we here at the TH know, and tell it like it is, will assure me someone in DC is on our side!

          Thanks to all for sending the message out there.. we will see who grabs it and runs with it!

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          • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

            My handwringer is what happens if this drags out through the midterms,we lose the house and Mad Max gets to “impea 45”. Im so appreciative of all the committee chairs diligence. We all know the progs are frothing at the bit to gum up the works and dance like a bunch of jihadis in the streets at this prospect.
            Also many Rs are not seeking reelection so we’re losing incumbency advantage.
            I just sooo much want to see real equal justice under the law.
            And moar winning.

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            • Leane Kamari says:

              Turley made a point. Consequence: if Reps loose the house and Dems start impeachment proceedings, Sessions is still there and free to appoint not only one but several special counsels maybe even focusing on the dems and their MSM and CIA-Brennan, Clapper cohorts and such poeple like Chuck the “they can get back at you 6 days to sunday”-Schumer.

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            • Jon says:

              No matter what happens in November, Trump will not be removed from office.

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          • steph_gray says:

            I sort of see the second special counsel demands as a mental process that several have to go through before they can listen to the arguments of sundance and a few others (Turley makes a good case despite the final bit about indictments) why the grand jury approach is more powerful.

            It’s also an argument that needs to play out in slow steps with the general public. Furthermore, many in Congress (not Nunes – I’m sure he will get it very shortly) are far slower than the general public so they need a lot of steps!

            Bottom line, like sunnydaze above, I am not worried.

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        • Ditch Mitch says:

          For a deception to be convncing, your allies must be decieved.

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    • brh82 says:

      fleporblog, what is the difference, in the end, between the “Cooperating Group” and the “Not Cooperating Group”, in the link you cited above? I would hate to think anyone in either group could skate, based on their “help”, since the evidence is already overwhelming.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Those that are cooperating will have lighter sentences! They are absolutely needed in getting all of BHO’s Admistration.

        Especially is some get the Death 💀 Penalty for Sedition!

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        • brh82 says:

          They aren’t dummies and could lead investigators far astray, but oh well, some punished is better than none punished, just so Comey and Yates don’t get lighter sentences.

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  3. tdaly14 says:

    Sara Carter told Judge Jeanie tonight that she was told that 5 field offices were working on The Clinton Foundation alone and Huber has been working on a lot of this since last fall.

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    • tdaly14 says:

      She was also told Sessions hasn’t ruled out a special council either… it’s just everything takes so long and ppl get tired of waiting.

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      • Curry Worsham says:

        I notice you (and Sundance) misspelled “council” -just like PDJT!
        It’s the latest thing! Everybody’s doing it!

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        • David A says:

          Clearly, everybody else misspells it.

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        • Sharpshorts says:

          Council has not been misspelled but its usage may be have been incorrectly applied…
          [Words have meanings] … to paraphrase Rush.
          A council is “an assembled body of persons specially designated or selected to act in an advisory, administrative, or legislative capacity”.

          Calling a lawyer “councilor” is common but it does not mean that the advice he gives is absolutely correct.

          Example — Robert Muller is not a “Special Council” … he is a Special Prosecutor that has assembled a group of people to help him with his tasks..,
          ie. a council — to consult,/i> with and to provide counsel

          People confuse the usage of there, their and they’re too, but usually one can understand which word is appropriate.

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          • dilonsfo says:

            Council….an assembly of persons summoned or convened for consultation, deliberation, or advice. Counsel…a lawyer.

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          • Jere says:

            Lawyers do serve as counselors and are often called counsel or counselor.

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          • kroesus says:

            as self appointed web English correcter you should as least have your own information correct……no such animal as a “Special Prosecutor”…..there used to be an INDEPENDENT Prosecutor until the law was allowed to lapse…….Mueller is a Special COUNSEL

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            • Longknife 21 says:

              Good one. .Mueller is a Special COUNSEL by “Legal” definition.
              But he really is a Special PERSECUTOR by acts and usurpation of powers not authorized by his buddy, Rosey, to confer.

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      • deqwik2 says:

        She also said that she was told that indictments are coming, (while Jarrett & the Judge scoffed at her instead of jumping on the good news).

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    • Foolsgold says:

      Who’s working to imprison Brennan in Gitmo? Or better yet senctence him by military tribunal…

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      You guys missed many unhappy points. Why Huber out in Utah? No SC wjo can issue warrants. Conflicts of interest. Slow movement. Expiring SOLs. Rosenstein setting this up. Sara Carter claims some criminal referrals will come
      … but will they get small fish like Strzok and Page, and not those higher up??!

      Watch the segment. I’m feeling sick.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        Well…then…JUST BEND OVER, STICK YOU HEAD OVER YOU KNEES (MAKE SURE YOU MISS YOUR SHOES) AND AWAY YA’ GO!!! BTW…as much garbage your spilling you’re beginning to smell like a garbage truck!!!

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      • Eomer's Blade says:

        Huber will act under the full authority of the AG on the findings of the Inspector General This is key and indeed way better than a second Independent Counsel.

        A new IC would take 6 months just to get up to speed and hire staff.

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      • buckeyeman says:

        And Sessions’ letter clearly describes one function of the “outside prosecutor” (Huber) as being to recommend whether a SC should be appointed. More delay.

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    • beach lover says:

      Sara gets it. Hope she uses a clue bat on Jarrett and Sean H.

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      • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

        Sara is such a trooper /treeper … Truly deserves a Puhlister Prize IMHO.God pls continue to bless her and provide Your cloak of protection.
        Jarret and Judge both beginning to grind on that ole last nerve.
        Quit slamming AG Beauregard Sessions please.

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    • TREASON must be tried in Military Tribunals !

      Seditious Senior Executive Service has +/- 9,000 puppets, starting at $160K/year in every branch of the feral government, over 500 in DOJ, many at FBI. Trials by DNC stacked juries in DC would be a farce, defense can claim “national security” at every piece of evidence. We are confronting thousands of organized traitors.

      Since every member of a Military Tribunal has SECURITY CLEARANCE, this defense is mute. We need to befriend Putin as these Russiaphobe traitors deserve Siberia gulags.

      More on SES visit > Aim4Truth.org

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      • Longknife 21 says:

        All RIght! I suggest that the corruption in the Officer Corp during the Obama Admin is so bad, that the Court should be composed of Senior NCOs, Warrants, and Company Grade Officers with combat experience, preferably 2 tours or more. All must be Honorably Discharged. Might have to have JAG Majors as Chief Judges, but the only exception to the “Captains (O-3) or below’ rule.
        Charge $5 for lottery tickets to be on the Firing Squads.
        We could finance The Wall!

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Those details were known a long time ago; however, the more the details are broadcast the more people will be in the know.

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  4. A2 says:

    Brilliant work by the IG/AG and of course brought to you by the superlative research of Sundance and crew. Lucky are the Treepers.

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  5. Pam says:

    Thank you Sundance for posting this on twitter. It’s very informative.

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  6. Cyber says:

    Watching Fox News tonight, they are not cognizant of this whole outline, let’s just say that.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Ziiggii says:

      They sale manufactured rage! Always remember that…🤦🏻‍♂️

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    • J Gottfred says:

      My joke about FN is that they can only report on three news stories at once. Cyber, Fox did not get to this story, it was number four….

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “FN is that they can only report on three news stories at once.”

        And a lot of times they are just rehashing what other MSM stations (except for One America News) are yapping about, except with a “conservative” slant ( and vastly more reporters and anchors that are easy on the eyes -and ears).

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    • CanaCon says:

      Greg Jarrett was totally unhinged, saying without an ounce of doubt that Huber was selected by Rosenstein, who is manipulating Sessions every move on the whole issue. I’m thinking he might regret that one day soon.

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      • deqwik2 says:

        I’ve requested we save him a Big plate of crow. He is beyond negative on anything related to Sessions.

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        • buckeyeman says:

          It wasn’t Greg Jarrett that recused Jeff Sessions, leaving Rod Rosenstein free to appoint a Special Counsel to “investigate” rumors of… something. It wasn’t Greg Jarrett that permitted Rosenstein to appoint a Special Counsel and then illegally allow the SC to have investigative powers that are not permitted by the SC regulations. Jeff Sessions is the one who permitted Rosenstein to do that.

          None of us are fully informed and certainly not perfect, but I thing Jarrett’s skepticism is justified. After 11 months of the Mueller debacle caused by Sessions’ fecklessness, the burden is on Sessions to dispel the well deserved skepticism. There is a lot of SPECULATION that Sessions will pull these chestnuts out of the fire, but what we actually KNOW of what Sessions has done to date is not comforting.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Great post.

            Nunes wants a Special Counsel. I’ve seen Nunes articulate his position, calmly and forcefully. I trust Nunes. I do not trust Mr. Sessions – feckless is the right word, I’m afraid – about whom Trump has made many harsh remarks which cannot be brushed away as mere ‘4D chess’.

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      • Ree Fungorio says:

        I saw that too. He really looked foolish. He gave the impression that he was just making things up as he was going along.

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      • beach lover says:

        He had his story (and I think mostly correct information) and had gone too far down the path against Sessions and RR to turn back. But, maybe after having time to read and digest this latest news, he will become an advocate for Huber. We need a few to correct the message.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Uniparty Fox in denial?

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  7. Minnie says:

    Stunningly, simply succinct!

    Hold on!!

    🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  8. fleporeblog says:

    Stuart Varney is another one lost in the forest 🌳! Decided to throw him a lifeline:

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    • MM says:

      I still contend they know what is going on but they have orders to stir the pot and put doubt in peoples mind!

      Liked by 9 people

      • Minnie says:

        👍

        My thinking, as well 👍

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      • Tegan says:

        You mean journalism for sale? If they think they are doing themselves any favors in the credibility department….sadly mistaken.

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      • Jere says:

        The news readers and talking heads are not that clever.

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      • yy4u says:

        MM — My guess is that many on the right side of this issue understood there was SOME CORRUPTION going on on the seventh floors but had no idea just how deep the corruption really was/is — IRS, CIA, FBI, NSA. In short — Soviet Union level corruption.
        Now they’re getting squishy thinking that if they start indicting ALL the corrupt politicos, there’ll be nobody left in government. So they’re hoping if they indict a few (or not) maybe they’ll scare the corruption out of them. Which will last until the next BO is elected. This has been going on for decades. It won’t be fixed easily.

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    • Minnie says:

      Thank you for all you do, Fle!

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    • usayes says:

      I was actually shocked that Prof Turley challenged Stu V tonite and said he thought AG Sessions was following the right course. So far, the Professor seems to be the only one on Fox to understand what’s happening. Charles Payne may also be up to speed, but he comes on when I’m usually going thru the drive thru at Wendy’s. 🙂

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      • CanaCon says:

        And he made the key point: SPs and ICs take a lot longer than this will.

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        • beach lover says:

          the one point many are missing, is that Huber HAS been doing his work for months! The IG has been doing his investigation for over a YEAR! This just didn’t start yesterday, FGS.
          Any crimes uncovered by IG MUST be reported… to who? Huber!!!! geeeze loueeze

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          • buckeyeman says:

            “Any crimes uncovered by IG MUST be reported… to who? Huber!!!! geeeze loueeze”

            I don’t think that is correct, and don’t call me “Louise”. The IG must report the the AG or DAG (the “estimable” Rod Rosenstein). The SC and the “outside prosecutor” also report the the AG and/or the DAG. Huber appears to be working WITH the IG but that does not mean the IG reports to Huber. It may be a small semantic point, but Shirley, you can see that I’m right.

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      • Jere says:

        Loved that he pointed out that McCabe should be very concerned about this development, which explains the McCabe legal defense fund indicating that he is expecting to be indicted.

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  9. sunnydaze says:

    @4:00: Obama *may* be brought into investigation. (!)

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  10. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Counting down to a possible weekend surprise to stir the weekend talkie shows. Make sure your stocked up on the popcorn,

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  11. NJF says:

    I’ve admired Turley for a long time & always appreciate when he weighs in on the shows. His blog however, can be very annoying. He seems particularity enamored with Stormy Daniels.

    This was a great segment. A few times it seemed as if Turley was expecting to be continually interrupted. Ha. Varney doesn’t do that though.

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    • kiskiminetas says:

      I too have always liked him.

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    • Dixie says:

      Me too, NJF. I’ve admired and respected him since he testified on obozo and constitutional law before Congress. I know he’s a democrat but I would consider him one of the more respectable ones and his opinions seem to be reasonable.

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      • buckeyeman says:

        Being “one of the more respectable” democrats is not much to shout about. Turley is pretty far left, from my recollections. What went on under Obama/Holder/Lynch/Comey is way far out of bounds, even for some lefties.

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        • Dixie says:

          In the committee investigation I watched, he was defending the constitution and was disagreeing with the obama administration. But that was several years ago. Perhaps I’m being influenced by his soft spoken and calm mannerism now but in the beginning it was what he said, not so much how he said it.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Turley has described himself as a “classic liberal”…which is what Jefferson was.

      ‘Classic liberal’ is not the same as the leftist liberals that rule the D-party.

      It dates back to the days of elitist nobles who looked down on anyone who wasn’t an elitist too…and the ‘liberals’ of that day, were the elitists who empathized with and fought for, the rights of the commoners.

      Turley is more like a libertarian, than a Democrat.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        If he wasn’t a gun grabber, I’d like him better. But he’s okay. I can at least listen to him and his point of view because he often has intelligent things to say.

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        • tdaly14 says:

          Classic Liberals don’t want to take our guns. Turley is a Democrat not a classic liberal. I also watched Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan on Laura’s show, had no idea about MaCabe lying four times. It was in the report to house members, not the public. They made a great case for a SC as well. They know more than we do, so now I’m a bit concerned again. 🙄 They’re reasons make sense. SP won’t police their own well enough. We shall see. Just my .2

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      • PatriotKate says:

        That’s me. I’ve called myself a Classical Liberal for a while. Unfortunately, one has to be careful because most people don’t really understand that actually means A Constitutionalist, which Turley is first and foremost. In all the years I’ve seen him interviewed, he has never strayed from The Constitution first.

        I recall that many, many years ago he was the attorney who sued the government on behalf of workers at Area 51, before it was acknowledged it existed. He spoke of the challenges of a lawsuit against the government for an entity that supposedly did not exist.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “workers at Area 51,”

          On Wednesday sometime during the day on FNC or FBN there was a segment on “burn pits” at military bases in Afghanistan that were making the soldiers ill from smoke wafting over the base. Same issue as A-51

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  12. MAGADJT says:

    I trust Sundance, but if Nunes thinks this is a rip-off, then I am conflicted because I trust Nunes too. Nunes has access to a lot of intelligence and insider information that we don’t have. What Sundance is posting on the issue makes sense though. I guess we just continue to wait and see how it all shakes out.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Reverse Kabuki theater 🎭!

      Is kabuki theater via the white hats and for a good cause – to keep the investigation(s) free from being corrupted or seen as ‘retaliation’.

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      • steph_gray says:

        I like this thinking too.

        Gotta watch the actions, they speak louder. Wasn’t it Nunes who quietly dropped the demand for Congress to interview the Fab Five? He is no fool!

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    • beach lover says:

      My confusion as well. Only thing I can think of is that if you use Nunes, you also get Schiffless… and we know where that information goes! Sadly, we cannot trust the congressional committees yet to handle this.

      Bet Nunes would like to wring his scrawny neck!

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      • Jayne Gilmore says:

        I have a gut feeling that the use for a special counsel may be reserved for Obama investigation since he’s a former president. Perhaps a special commission to take down the cia, and entire 17 intel divisions that spied on a Trump candidate, President-elect and current President. All the rest can be handled brilliantly by AG Sessions, IG and Huber.

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  13. Marica says:

    Minnie! Exactly..Pray unceasingly…Tonite –Jesus wept blood knowing what was ahead..We should all bow our heads and unite with our Savior Jesus! Thank you Minnie for being our prayerful and guiding source on our beloved Treehouse!

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  14. Sean Supsky says:

    I fought the law and the law won

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  15. MSO says:

    Why should anybody believe anyone within the DOJ, including Sessions?

    As Sessions quotes Boyd in his letter to congress : “These senior prosecutors will report directly to the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General, as appropriate, and will make recommendations as to whether any matters not currently under
    investigation should be opened, whether any matters currently under investigation require further resources, or whether any matters merit the appointment of a Special Counsel.”

    Huber reports to Rosenstein, the guy who appointed Mueller within minutes of Sessions’ recusal. Sorry, this still stinks.

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  16. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    It’s showtime.

    Love Turley. Don’t let his liberal background fool you. He’s no friend of the Obama gang and he knows the outline of the coup.

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  17. Chris Four says:

    At least we have a US District Attorney appointed as a special prosecutor. The DOJ needs to get rid of its SC rule. If the AG can not investigate or prosecute a case then he needs to inform the President of the reason. Just as in this case there are 94 US District Attorneys that can used. Each of these attorney already has a budget and staff to get the work done. No need to hire additional staff and fund a special budget.

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    • Imagine that, we have a system and laws. We just need to use the system and enforce the laws. What a concept!

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    • buckeyeman says:

      We don’t have a “special prosecutor”, we have an “outside prosecutor” (whatever that is).

      Actually though, Sessions is correct that the DOJ should perform these investigative/prosecutorial functions. Even a Special Counsel reports to the AG or DAG, so it’s all circular. What would an “honest” US District Attorney do in the event of corruption at the head of the FBI, DOJ, AND the White House? I don’t know. If we could find an “honest” US District Attorney that worked under the Obama administration we could ask him.

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      • Anonymous says:

        “Sessions is correct that the DOJ should perform these investigative/prosecutorial functions.”

        No, because the FISA abuse problem arose in the DOJ. The DOJ can’t investigate itself. This is a *classic* situation that cries out for a Special Prosecutor.

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  18. GTOGUY says:

    I am worried that the Statute of Limitations will run on some of these crimes.

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    • lokiscout says:

      I’m more worried that the AG team will yield to the instant gratification crowd and cut the investigation short and miss someone. I want every last one of these cockroaches from the floor sweeper to the corner penthouse office resident rounded up and examples made. Put the fear of God into anyone who would even think for a moment of doing this sort of thing again.

      I can wait! Let’s do this thing right.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I am hoping that Statute of Limitations can be extended because there was Fraud involved.
      The ‘expiration’ is different with Fraud.
      It is extended from the last date that the Fraud ended.

      These O-team operatives were all involved in ‘defrauding’ the American People, if you ask me.

      For example, Clapper committed Perjury in an attempt to ‘defraud’ Congress, and thus the American People.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Also, can’t the SOL be extended if it is a RICO case? I swear one of our Treeper attorneys explained that….

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Possibly yes…because Fraud is a part of RICO.

          The ‘CO’ in RICO stands for ‘Corrupt Organizations’ and one of the crimes listed that constitute a ‘corrupt organization’…is Fraud, when it is committed as part of an organized effort towards that goal.

          Obstruction of justice is also a RICO crime, if it is committed as a part of an organized group.

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          • eagledriver50 says:

            Just passing on a thought…I don’t believe they will use a RICA statute…I am leaning more towards Sedition & Treason…which is EXACTLY what this was…As far as HRC and others, there are 5 AGs offices working on that aspect…their ill-gotten gains will be retrieved through means unknown to us. Have complete faith in AGs Session and Huber!!!
            Besides, we are going to have ringside seats…don’t want to miss the mighty fall!!!

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            • Raven says:

              If they get the Clinton Foundation under RICO, that would see Hillary complaining that she and Bill were broke again.
              Apparently she’s only attracting $25,000 for speeches now . . . and that’s $7,000 less than some actress from Jersey Shore.

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          • And don’t forget President Trump’s Executive Order.
            Executive Order Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption ( December 21, 2017).

            (B) to be a current or former government official, or a person acting for or on behalf of such an official, who is responsible for or complicit in, or has directly or indirectly engaged in:

            (1) corruption,……….

            https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/executive-order-blocking-property-persons-involved-serious-human-rights-abuse-corruption/

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      • Leane Kamari says:

        Is there a statue of limitations for TREASON and SEDITION? Surely not, can anyone explain?

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      A Treeper attorney spoke to this issue several months ago. The Statute of Limitations isn’t as hard and fast as laymen believe. If there is fraud involved and maybe conspiracy (a la RICO) the Statue of Limitations can be/is extended. That’s about as much detail as I can recall.

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    • scarlettbr says:

      They already have on Clapper. The Tic Tock is the time limitations on prosecuting any of these people. Delay, Talk, Review, Get More Money, Repeat….

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  19. Marica says:

    Treason…I dont think so…

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  20. Truthfilter says:

    If I were Nunes or Goodlatte, I would request a special council just to apply pressure to the DOJ to release some reassuring information to the public (especially my constituents) that something IS being done. With the midterms coming in November, I would want the FISA abuse and corruption to remain front and center in the media -especially since the evidence of it will discredit Mueller’s ongoing takedown of our POTUS. There’s a lot at stake here and timing is critical.

    Nunes has been a champion of public transparency. He’s the one who went straight to the President and then gave a press conference right after seeing the evidence of unmasking by the Obama administration. He’s the one who instigated the “memo” and fought for its release. From the beginning he has insisted that the American people know what is happening. Whether he and Goodlatte have known about the secret OIG investigations or not, they have provided necessary pressure and oversight. We wouldn’t know much of anything if they hadn’t sent letters, requested documents, etc. throughout this whole complicated ordeal. And without Sundance to analyze and explain it all, we would still be in the dark and probably assuming the worst.

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    • beach lover says:

      Well, it certainly seems that the latest revelation about Huber may be, in part, because of the outcry from many on our side for a SP. But, don’t forget.. when the IG first release comes out, all the stuff that Sessions has known will be enough to quiet some of the disillusioned.

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    • buckeyeman says:

      Don’t forget, much of the lack of transparency has been for NATIONAL SECURITY REASONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You know, like the kissy facey stuff Strzok and Page were texting on company phones and company time. Or the redacted stuff the Congressional committees were not allowed to see where Strzok and Page were setting up phony dinner parties so Strzok could talk to his friend Judge Rudolph Contreras without raising suspicion.

      You know, SERIOUS national security issues that the “little people” are not fit to know about.

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  21. wheatietoo says:

    Thanks for tracking down and posting this Clip of Jonathan Turley, Sundance!

    I saw it earlier during the show and loved it.

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  22. Charlotte says:

    Not related BUT!
    U.S. State Department has designated senior political leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniya, a global terrorist!

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/01/hamas-leader-ismail-haniyeh-added-terror-list-180131161026379.html

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  23. Perot Conservative says:

    Greg Jarrett and Judge Jeannie don’t like it at all. Slow walking, conflicts, SOL, no warrants, etc.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I believe they are mistaken. I like both of them a lot, but they are definitely not always correct.

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    • deqwik2 says:

      They have it all backwards too. SC would slow walk it. The IG is at the end of his investigation so now we will start to see the results. The DOJ prosecutor is a Federal employee of the Dept of Justice & works for Sessions .. he has the power to take it to a grand jury & get any subpoena he wants and can issue warrants. I guarantee if he tells Sessions x,y & z needs prosecuted, it will happen.

      They say DOJ can’t investigate itself. A DOJ prosecutor from CA just prosecuted a DOJ attorney from DC. (Former atty so they did get one that no longer worked there & they can now)
      https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndca/pr/former-doj-attorney-sentenced-30-months-prison-obstruction-justice-and-interstate

      Here’s a new one: Chief of Staff for Congress member in DC.. indicted in GA
      https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/chief-staff-former-federal-congressman-convicted-obstructing-congressional-investigation

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      • deqwik2 says:

        *The IG did the investigation on the former DOJ atty so he can investigate crimes committed while they were employed by DOJ or FBI.
        March 7th press release from OIG..
        https://oig.justice.gov/press/

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      • I don’t like the special counsel idea because the MSM would have one person to focus on and destroy 24/7, much as they did to Ken Starr.

        The DNC propaganda machine will have a tougher time spinning this, cause quite frankly, they don’t understand what is happening. One again, Trump administration doesn’t do things the way everyone else does in DC, and that is maybe a very, very good thing.

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        • steph_gray says:

          The YSMedia plus Swampers will certainly go after Huber with guns blazing today, in best Alinsky style.

          I was highly entertained by the kind of rot I saw popping up here last night – there was even a claim that Horowitz and Huber are in league with Soros. LOL!! A laugh a minute, really.

          But I suspect Huber will be like Sessions – shake the rubbish off like water off a duck’s back – and the 470 people working for him will have outstanding cover from the flak.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “One again, Trump administration doesn’t do things the way everyone else does in DC, and that is maybe a very, very good thing.”

          They (MSM & Dimms) are so used to dealing with the “typical” that they cannot get out of their rut, it just keeps getting deeper for them, which is a good thing.

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        • WES says:

          My take is Trump wants to keep the Dem controlled MSM irrelevant so Dems can’t organize mass demos like they did in 2016 elections. The Dems desperately want a special prosecutor appointed so they can politically leak and destroy any evidence! Trump wants justice to be served and by keeping the criminal investigations inside the DoJ he is not playing the game they way the Dems expected!

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  24. maiingankwe says:

    Thank you, I needed to watch that interview. There is so much outlandish bashing against our AG, it is not surprising at all they cannot stop and try and figure out why this is the best option all around.

    They are ever so quick to point their fingers at AG Sessions and yell turncoat when they really don’t have any evidence whatsoever as of yet. All they have are innuendos in my simple opinion.

    I’m completely disgusted with Jim Hoft and his penchance for clicks on his articles against our AG. He writes them and sits back and reads all of the nasty accusations against a man he has absolutely no idea what he is up to. The name calling and insults are off the charts there as well as elsewhere where I had thought to lean conservative if not full conservative. It’s gotten to the point that I sure as heck don’t visit as often, and I sure as heck don’t read a good number of the articles since I know how they will be slanted and it’s not just the ones on our AG.

    It’s alright, it’s given me more time to write and research subjects that are far more important. For instance, I just found out late this evening that Ted Malloch was greeted by the FBI when he landed in Ohio to do a speech and spend Easter here with his wife. They live in England for now. Anyways, their phones were confiscated and he was interrogated hours upon hours. He was being asked if he is in contact with Julian Assange, what his relationship is with Dr. Corsi, InfoWars, and others. And of course trying to find any collusion with Russia.

    He was considered by our POTUS for ambassador with the EU awhile back. He is a scholar with books and doctorate degrees. He’s taught at Oxford. He was on the board of Directors with Devos, and was a part of Aspen something or other. He knows the deep state playbook, but has always been considered a straight shooter and patriot of our country as well as a Trump supporter.

    Dr. Corsi was fit to be tied when he learned how his friend was being handled. He called Ted a gentleman and how he would’ve willingly gone to sit with the FBI if only he had been asked. To round him up directly after deporting the plane was a lowly trick by Mueller who had to go to Massachusetts just to get a subpoena for Ted to stand in front of a grand jury. I guess he couldn’t find a judge in DC to go as low to subpoena a man with great integrity and no connections to Russia.

    I can give a lot more details about Ted Malloch, but this isn’t the thread to do it in. It’s way pass my bedtime and I have three doctor appointments first thing in the morning. I will write more in the presidential thread tomorrow between appointments. Otherwise, I would urge everyone to see what they can find. I’m sure it won’t be in the msm arena, but one never knows. I got my information from Gab.ai and you tube.
    Be well,
    Ma’iingankwe

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  25. scarlettbr says:

    How easy it was to get a Special counsel to investigate PDJT, and to get Rosenstein to keep expanding the investigation. Using a DNC funded fake document.

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    • Leane Kamari says:

      expanding is not proven re/the Manafort motion to dismiss as Rosenstein overstepped or seemed to have overstepped his authority when stating Mueller can go on a witch-hunting-expedition. Rosenstein could be impeached for that by Congress.

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      • buckeyeman says:

        It was not simply that Mueller overstepped his authorization. It was more that Rosenstein purported to grant jurisdiction to Mueller that Rosenstein was not legally permitted to grant. Two criminals in a pod, stepping on each others toes to see which could be more criminal. And yet… Rosenstein remains the DAG. And our newly revealed “outside prosecutor” will report to Rosenstein as well as Sessions. What will happen when/if Huber must report criminal activity committed by Rosenstein? Will Rosenstein be required to bring his own peanuts to the meeting or will the taxpayers have to foot the bill?

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        • WES says:

          If R and M committed any crimes then they are hog tied inside the DoJ and can’t quit! But I somehow suspect they haven’t and Trump wants to ensure Dems can’t say they are being prosecuted by a Republican! Tom Clancy couldn’t have written a more entertaining story!

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        • Exactly. It’s a big problem and why, other than whatever Horowitz can give us–which is limited–I don’t trust the process. Rosenstein and Dana Boente (now at FBI) both signed the phony FISA application. They should be gone. Read http://www.LicensedtoLie.com

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  26. beach lover says:

    Well, hopefully, someone that has regular access to the Sunday talk shows will do some homework (Hint…read here), and start the message correction before too many have to eat their words about how this is all going down.

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  27. Cheesehead54016 says:

    Is there an organized rally/gathering in DC in front of and around the DOJ for a day or two that would shed daylight, reporting, etc of all folks concerned about out DOJ and other agencies that have been used as a political weapon against a candidate and party…..ie IRS.

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  28. Gary says:

    Spelling “counsel” as “council” has become as annoying as david hogg. Hopefully one day we can rid the world of both these mistakes.

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  29. Summer says:

    “We don’t need indictments, we need information.”

    That’s all I need to know about this professor and his “expert opinion.” Dismissed with prejudice.

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  30. BiggUggly says:

    From time to time, I have seen references to a huge (18,000?) number of sealed indictments. From where do those references come?
    Are they accurate?

    Any info would be appreciated.

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    • buckeyeman says:

      I’ve seen this repeatedly. But use common sense. We, on this site, could easily count off a dozen or so highly place government officials that should be indicted. But THOUSANDS????????

      There is simply no way that “thousands” are going to be indicted for these crimes. We’ll be lucky to get five. Those who constantly repeat this stuff about thousands of sealed indictments are not thinking clearly about what that would mean – ie., a purge of Stalinist proportions. Not gonna happen.

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  31. RLC2 says:

    Thanks Sundance, for this post, and especially the link to the Jonathon Turley interview on Lou Dobbs, where he points out that Sessions move is brilliant, pointing out what we need is transparent investigation- and reading your suggestion to read Sessions letter on Scribd- noticed how the IG CAN release info even if no prosecution, that a grand jury or criminal investigation cannot.

    BTW- caught Dan Bongino filling in for Mark Levin on Patriot channel today on Sirius XM- who was also explaining this, in much the same way you have been prognosticating for the last 3 weeks…
    https://www.bongino.com/march-30-2018-ep-688-what-is-really-happening-here/

    So, keep up the good work- the news is spreading.
    PS: CTH is my go-to site for best signal to noise ratio on this issue.

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  32. RLC2 says:

    Thanks Sundance, for this post, and especially the link to the Jonathon Turley interview on Lou Dobbs, where he points out that Sessions move is brilliant, pointing out what we need is transparent investigation- and reading your suggestion to read Sessions letter on Scribd- noticed how the IG CAN release info even if no prosecution, that a grand jury or criminal investigation cannot.

    BTW- caught Dan Bongino filling in for Mark Levin on Patriot channel today on Sirius XM- who was also explaining this, in much the same way you have been prognosticating for the last 3 weeks…
    https://www.bongino.com/march-30-2018-ep-688-what-is-really-happening-here/

    So, keep up the good work- the news is spreading.
    PS: CTH is my go-to site for best signal to noise ratio on this issue.

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  33. I’m not buying this “Brilliant Move” act….Nothing will come of this.
    They need to get rid of Sessions.

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  34. timothy says:

    Have you entertained the idea that the people wanting the IC want it precisely for the delay it would cause?

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