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  1. RedBallExpress says:

    Stupid is as stupid does.

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  2. oldschool64 says:

    OK, I think this was an attempt at a video. I saw the interview so I will give a play by play. Jarrett started out saying stupid dishonest things, and proceeded to get more stupid and dishonest as the interview progressed!

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  3. Nothing like watching highly educated individuals openly display their stupidity, ignorance, arrogance, and downright laziness to the entire world.

    They must be proud of themselves within their echo-chamber.

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    • cboldt says:

      The number of people who know the difrenfce is pretty small. These boneheads can go off half cocked with no ramifications.

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    • Rebcalntx says:

      Mark, highly educated maybe but wisdom has left their world. You have to seek wisdom & welcome it in.

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      • donnajeanz says:

        The Catholic Bible has the 7 books that the King James Bible took out…
        One of the 7 is Wisdom, written 100 years before the coming of Christ. Chapter 1: The Reward of Justice. Justice is the Key to Life…Have a most Blessed and Thankful Easter for Our Lord came that we may have Life—in Heaven, with Him.

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        • John Denney says:

          They were not taken out; they were never included, except by Catholics.

          New Testament references to “The Scriptures” are references to the Old Testament, which are the Jewish Scriptures that predate Christ’s birth: Torah, Navim, and Khetuvim (Law, Prophets, and Writings). Bound in one book, it is called a Tanakh, an acronym made from the first letters of Torah, Navim, and Khetuvim. One published by The Jewish Publication Society can be purchased at your local bookstore or on Amazon, and it does not contain those seven books either, and hardly because King James had them removed. Although they may contain accurate history and sound wisdom, the Jews simply did not consider them to be Holy Scripture.

          https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_6?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=tanakh&sprefix=tanakh%2Caps%2C214&crid=2QJE250QCD4C2

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          • Deplore Able says:

            “They were not taken out; they were never included, except by Catholics.”

            But before the Protestant Reformation, which started in 1517, the only Christian Bibles were Catholic Bibles. For example, the Gutenberg Bible printed in 1455 included the 7 “extra” books. The Catholics didn’t add the 7 books to a pre-existing Protestant Bible. Rather, the Protestants decided the Catholics were mistaken to have included them in the first place. The 7 “extra” books were a part of the Catholic cannon for more than a millennium prior to the Reformation.

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  4. cboldt says:

    In the absence of new evidence, we all fall to confirmation bias.

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  5. NJF says:

    So disgusted by this. I tweeted Jarret & Dobbs and told them to get informed and drop the tantrum.

    We don’t need another sh$t show.

    Get ‘we done Mr. Sessions.

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    • I posted on Lou’s FB page that his show is now off my viewing list. The drunk, IMO, has delusions of grandeur – it crossed my mind that he might actually think HE should get the AG job! That is the only explanation I can dredge up for his virulent attacks on AG Sessions. SMH, what a fool!!!!

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    • Minnie says:

      Thank you for posting this video, citizen.

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    • jello333 says:

      Well, lemme try to find a silver lining here. As wrong as I think these guys (and some others) are about the strategies at work here, we can at least be happy that they really seem to CARE that crimes were committed… that there was a conspiracy, and that some major names should be punished for that. That’s sure a lot better than back not so long ago when almost everyone was ignoring this, or making jokes, and calling US all conspiracy theorists.

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    • Cindy says:

      I agree with how Sessions is handling the Big Ugly but I’m not a fan of Rosenstein. He is a clone of Comey. They both live in an elitist bubble of arrogance and neither have leadership or discernment skills. Sessions and Rosrnstein appear to handle matters quite differently which is why its upsetting to so many.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Good point but we’re not sure how big a role Rosenstien is playing in this particular situation. Jarrett and others are assuming (conveniently? for the sake of argument) he’s “the boss”. Has Rosenstein even commented publicly? Seems like Sessions has got this, not Rosenstien.

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      • neal s says:

        Just wondering if Rosenstein were put in place to give swamp dwellers a false sense of security and to provide adequate misdirection from the real action that was taking place elsewhere.

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    • KeithInTampa says:

      Thanks for sharing this Citizen187! I had no idea what “Derp TV” was supposed to mean.

      Personally, I think that Jarrett and Fitton are “Spot On” in this segment…I don’t understand why some here in this thread believe that Jarrett & Fitton are misplaced.

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      • SW Richmond says:

        Our society functions best when it has truth upon which to base decisions. Always, when the powerful investigate their own wrongdoing, the result is what is known as a “limited hangout”, where some small portion of tawdry facts are revealed in order to placate the masses that the powerful are actually doing something about the problem. The remainder of the tawdry facts are “covered up”. We can see this in the DoJ’s truly unimaginable intransigence in releasing information to Congressional investigators. No doubt they are hoping Congress will change hands in 2018 and the demands for information will carry less weight.

        What should happen here is the bag should be ripped open and contents spilled on the floor for ALL to see. If the government truly served the people, that is what would be happening. We shouldn’t have to sue our own servants in order to find out what they are doing behind our backs.

        If we do not have truth, we cannot make correct decisions. The result over time is that everything becomes a sham, a Potemkin Village of lies which are meant to be reassuring.

        We are Americans, we are stronger than that and do not need to be coddled with comfortable lies, or patted on the head and told what to do. These people are no better than us. They deserve no special respect or treatment because of their “positions”. They work for us. I don’t understand why anyone would feel differently.

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        • That is all well and good but there is a time & place. If investigations are underway and there is a sitting grand jury we are not entitled to hear the evidence until the case is being tried.

          “The grand jury process is held in secret for two main reasons. First, an investigation may be going on for some time without the target of the investigation knowing that he is under investigation. Second, the secrecy is intended to avoid damaging the reputation of someone who is investigated but no charges are ever brought. The prosecutor is not required to present both sides. If there is probable cause to believe that the defendant is guilty, that is a sufficient basis to get an indictment. I think most courts would take the position that any abuses in the grand jury are cured by a fair trial on the charges. If he knowingly presents false testimony, that could be viewed as a fraud on the court and could be a basis for dismissal. It would be almost impossible to prove, however. ”
          Robert David Richman attrny

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          • SW Richmond says:

            I have seen this movie so many times I am incapable of trusting the government with anything.

            Only through constant and relentless pressure do we make it plain we will accept nothing less than full disclosure, including prosecution of all those who believe and behave as if they were above the law.

            It’s undeniable there is a two-tiered justice system in this country, which means there is no justice system. Capitalism and republicanism rely utterly on the rule of law; this thing we call rule of law is nothing more than a widely understood and rigorously enforced system of responsibility.

            Capitalism and republicanism are systems of responsibility. Democracy is a system of shirking responsibility. This is why we must have justice, it’s kin responsibility, and we must settle for nothing less.

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            • I think in general they care not for our pressure. In specific there is kabuki theatre being played and I prefer not to act like a trained seal when waiting a bit will give some clarity.

              All the pressure in the world will not speed the grinding of the mills of Justice. We will not get information on matters being reviewed by a grand jury nor will Congress, until the cases are ready to be tried.

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              • SW Richmond says:

                I think they wish we would just shut up and send our money and our children.

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                • There is lots of evil in the halls of Government, both active & passive. President Trump will make a start on routing it and we must see that the process continues. Defunding the Globalist & Liberal bastions will deny them influence & power.

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        • AH_C says:

          Truth is looking at the relevant laws and procedures and compare/contrast with what is being done.

          I fear Fitton has been conditioned to think ‘special counsel’, ignoring that the law also supports Session’s strategy.

          Sorta like a having an unwanted and protruding nail. When given a hammer, do you pound it flush or flip the hammer to the claw and pull the nail?

          When has special counsel or congressional invesigations ever really solved a problem? They’re like the hammer removing the eyesore by making it flush and covering it cosmetically, but the useless nail is still there. We on the other hand want to remove the nail and if necessary fill the hole.

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      • daizeez says:

        Many of these guys on FOX start from the narrative that Sessions is not doing a thing and is a bad guy. Their foundation is faulty so everything else falls apart, so they then go back to blaming Sessions. Just like the dossier. They still think the FBI simply used it for a FISA warrant. They never dig beyond the surface. The only ones with some decent perspective are Sara Carter and John Solomon.

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  6. MAGAbear says:

    Just giving their intended audience the red meat they crave. Ratings rule, truth is for fools!

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  7. DoggyDaddy says:

    “This is my brother Darryl and my other brother Darryl.”

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  8. progpoker says:

    Ha ha, Sundance!!
    ’nuff said!!

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  9. Minnie says:

    Classic two steps – deflect, divert.

    Honestly believe this is all for show (turning Alinsky’s rules on this giant cr*# fest)

    Otherwise ??????

    Gotta believe, gotta have faith.

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  10. Very disappointed in Greg Jarrett but I think top brass insists on bulking up the “clicks” and retweets. Even so. . . he should be able to connect the dots.

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  11. Rynn69 says:

    Sundance is a Washington insider, people. I have had my comments removed.

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  12. MEMcL says:

    I was disgusted by Jerrett’s attitude, especially. He stares into the camera with a cocky “I know best what to do, and Sessions and his team are all incompetent idiots.” And, I think that I read here on Sundance that Huber CAN issue Grand Jury summonses for employees who have left the government. The Swamp is huge, and Horowitz, Sessions and now Huber appear to be burrowing into the depth of it and going for the whole ball of wax. On something this important to the country, President Trump would not let it fizzle out.

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    • Don Weber says:

      Sundance has been amazing with his analysis and being at the forefront of breaking news. However, one problem that I don’t think he’s accounted for or addressed is Rosenstein. The Deputy AG is implicated in all this, yet he continues to oversee the fraudulent and expanding Mueller probe and play major role in DOJ decision-making and responses to Congress, which have been inadequate (to be kind). As we all know, Mueller’s fishing expedition should be terminated yesterday. If Rosenstein was a man of integrity, he would have recused himself or resigned. He was involved in Uranium One, he authorized one of the FISA renewals, he initiated the Mueller investigation and allowed it to go way beyond it’s narrow charter (Russian meddling/collusion w/ Trump campaign) and slow-rolled responses to congressional investigations. Rosenstein is THE reason Repubs are demanding an independent/special counsel be named, and I think they’re right.

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      • fenku says:

        I have no skin in this game as from the UK but:
        1) can’t get my head round the thought that every time Mueller indicts someone it only seems to bring more Deep State corruption to everyone’s attention. ???
        2) Will the Lawyers on Mueller’s team be unable to offer defence in another Grand Jury due to a conflict of interest ?

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        • I see some huge turn of events by late spring/early summer. I have said it before…I think we may yet get a BIG surprise from Mueller.

          Life is sometimes not so simple as “Mueller was involved in the uranium scandal….” We do not know all of the facts…especially the mitigating facts.

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      • Heika says:

        Thank you Don. Seems to me ‘the elephant in the room’, and that these two (Jarrett and Fitton) are aware of that does not make them ‘Derps’. Starting to wonder about that skipping over the elephant lately. Is that a get out of jail free for everyone here? Please do tell – any critics of this post – how is it that Rosenstein is still there given he is implicated in the FISA approvals which are the subject of an investigation? Just let me know, no need for a tirade of TROLL abuses and referral’s back to ‘those naughty persons on this forum post’… I would genuinely like to know what Sundances reasoning on this Rosenstein lingering is? I have not yet seen anything that has caused me to see him as a ‘good guy’.

        Is it that every naughty person in the FBI and DOJ that has ‘done wrong’ or ‘been involved’ who is still at their post being kept there because they are ‘cooperating as a blabbing criminal’? Or is there something else wrong with the Kabooki one and all here perceive as reality. What does not work with this theory so far presented is that by law, any wrongdoing Horowitch comes across he cant ‘hang onto’ he has to bring it into account immediately (not wait for his big juicy report). If that is indeed real, then how are all these crooks still employed ‘on conditions’. Is that really how it works?

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        • lokiscout says:

          Well I perceive the Kabooki as reality so I’ll have to recuse myself and let an independent observer answer.

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        • Anonymous says:

          “how is it that Rosenstein is still there given he is implicated in the FISA approvals”

          Rosenstein is unquestionably conflicted out by this fact, and has a much stronger reason to recuse himself from the matter than Sessions does. Further, the fact that the two top guys at DOJ are conflicted out from investigating FISA abuse is a very cogent reason for the appointment of a Special Prosecutor — it is precisely such circumstances of a conflicted agency having to investigate itself that the position was created.

          I would not trust Comey having to investigate the FBI, and I do not trust Obama appointee Huber to investigate DOJ — particularly when he reports to Rosenstein, who is clearly a potential target of the investigation.** Huber is *not* independent; he’s within the chain of command at DOJ, and both his bosses (Rosenstein and Sessions) have made clear that they do *not* want a second Special Counsel. Is Huber, who reports to R & S, and whose career advancement depends on remaining in their good graces (he’s *not* independent, folks!), going to buck his bosses on that front?

          No. Way.

          No. Expletive. Way.

          **The only imaginable circumstance that takes Rosenstein out of the prosecutorial crosshairs, given his signing off on the FISA warrant, would be if somehow his signature was fraudulent — that he signed with his fingers crossed, as it were, in a ploy to confuse the black hats. It is very difficult to imagine such a scenario actually taking place, however. Recall, too, Trump’s anger at Rosenstein for approving of Comey’s firing, and then turning around and using that firing as a reason to appoint Mueller — whose appointment has been a HUGE drag on the MAGA process, and will likely remain one for the foreseeable future. Whose appointment, moreover, has provided a one-man get out the vote machine for Democrats in this midterm.

          If MAGA is wrecked by an impeachment that arises from Democratic takeover of the House in 2018, it’s on Rosenstein and the feckless Sessions. Those two laid the groundwork for the takeover.

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          • Everett Miller says:

            It was Sessions who appointed Huber, and Sessions is who he will directly report to, not Rosenstein.

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          • MVW says:

            Anonymous,
            Your points also perplex me. 2018 only worries me because I don’t think fraud has been aggressively dealt with and desperately needs to be. Pennsylvania is an example.

            Don Weber,
            Your comments also are in alignment with my thoughts.

            Others have been echoing the discrepancies and seemingly loose ends in Sundance’s propositions especially with Rosenstein. One thing I will say is that Sundance has in the main been on track with what has unfolded.

            In my mind, only time will tell, and that is likely because of the law process that keeps criminal proceedings secret until the trials. So, that is the hat rack where my hat hangs on this ‘matter.’ (and why is everything these days called a ‘matter’?)

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        • mnwild1961 says:

          At one point early on, Sundance intimated that though Rosenstein had been involved, perhaps he had been somehow forced into it and now being made aware of the evidence against him, combined with his disgust at the situation, he turned into a cooperator. Of course, he hinted the same thing about Mueller.

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      • Maybe they are letting things play out, letting him have enough rope… this is like a chess game… even if he’s an enemy sometimes it’s better to control the piece and observe it in action.

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      • cozette says:

        Do you honestly believe you have the legal and prosecutorial background coupled with enough insider knowledge to form a worthwhile opinion, especially one that counters the opinion of Trumps guy, AG Sessions?

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        • Don Weber says:

          Do you honestly believe one need a legal & prosecutorial background and insider knowledge to form a “worthwhile” opinion? Only unthinking drones follow that advice. Common-sense, logic, DC govt work experience, being a political observer and reader of many … all form my opinions. The fact that Rosenstein is the overseer of Mueller’s unconstitutional probe and Huber’s boss should be concerning to everyone. Taxpayer money is being wasted, innocent people are being intimidated and some lives potentially ruined as Mueller’s scorched-earth, heavy-handed tactics roll-on, not to mention the risk to Trump.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        ” accounted for or addressed is Rosenstein.”

        This is the only thing that I can come up with on that issue for Mr. Rosenstein and Mr. Mueller. With RR’s involvement with uranium one and the signing the document for the FISC, perhaps this has something to do with it and he is “part of the plan” now:

        “They are sat down, told to not do anything, say anything or discuss anything UNTIL they get an attorney. At which time, the attorney is handed a letter from the investigating unit. That letter says in essence, this is how screwed you are. If you want to be less screwed you will sign this letter of cooperation and assist us. When we don’t need you, you sit there. When we do we will call you and you will provide what we need. Any deviation from this agreement lands you in jail for the full term.”

        Maybe that is over Mueller’s head as well, and they are “playing their parts” to prepare the MSM deceived general public for when the big roundup occurs. I do not know how much Mr. Rosenstein had to do with uranium one and “rubber stamping” the renewal application to the FISC. however, I do not trust his wife because of some of the work she has done.

        Mr. Mueller is another story. He should probably hang for being an Islamic facilitator for removing all the valuable terrorist training material from the FBI (which other agencies around the nation use), as well as destroying the database of 50,000-100,000 suspicious Muslims in the USA that did something to warrant being placed into a database.

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        • MVW says:

          Oh my, I had not put that together, what Mueller did in removing the Islamic material from the FBI. That may be the nail in that box for my thinking.

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        • Dauntless says:

          Bill Priestap is still in responsibility and still there. Quote from Sundance’s other article.
          Possible Rosenstein and Muller are doing the same. It will be interesting to see what conspires after the IG report is made public. Rosenstein has dirty hands he will be gone after that as well as Mueller’s wild russian goose chase will be over. If they are still there and no indictments occur soon after then it is obvious they are actively colluding with the deep state.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “As we all know, Mueller’s fishing expedition should be terminated yesterday.”

        Also see my previous comment. Maybe this is being “allowed” to continue for the theatrical value to the MSM deceived masses. I hope that is the reason, because of the extent of the corruption in the BHO administration. Then once they have the President’s pubic hairs numbered, that can be shut down according to the plan. Especially in light of the Peter Strzok text, “Theres no there, there”.

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      • LS says:

        My thoughts exactly…if Rosenstein is pretending to be a black hat but is really a white hat, he should get an Oscar…one thing I still can’t reconcile is the supposed meeting of Rosenstein and Mueller with Trump the day before Rosenstein appointed Mueller…this meeting was supposed to be to interview for the open Director of the FBI position but many have questioned this…I do not believe Mueller to be a white hat based on how he is handling the Russia investigation…

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        • Rhoda R says:

          I don’t believe he’s a white hat based on how he handled the Gen. Flynn ‘investigation.’ Railroading would be a better word.

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      • brenrod says:

        also, rosenstein, mueller and mccabe were all the lead players in fbi rosatom racketeering investigation in 2010 wherein congress and cifius were not notifed of the investigation when they approved the U1 deal… with this info it would have been difficult to approve the deal. The fact that they all appear complicit in withholding the info leads me to believe that rosenstein and mueller are there to keep everything under cover regarding their own and others foul play… an SC provides a legal gag on all the relevant facts.

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      • amanda4321 says:

        Yes, Rosenstein is a dirty snake

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    • LULU says:

      Having known an alcoholic up close and personal, I’d say ole Greg has fallen off the wagon. At least last night. In his visits to FBN, where a regular anchor is in charge, he has seemed measured and sane. Last night he let it all hang out and his irrationality and hysteria were stunning. I couldn’t figure out whether Fitton actually agreed with him or was gobsmacked by where Jarrett had gone. The other Judicial Watch guy – the investigator – Farrell? – is a very sane, smart guy. I’ve always thought of Fitton as the front man. Never noticed his teeth because I was transfixed by his very unusual eyes.

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  13. BAM says:

    Dumb and Dumber…..

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  14. Blade says:

    When I saw Derp TV in the side bar I spit out coffee ( Oh I really wish I had thought of that. ).

    … and I just knew that first photo was going to be the unrecovering alcoholic Greg Jarrett. Only thing missing is fake Judge Jeanine.

    Bigly congratulations to Sundance for coining the most appropriate term in human history: Derp TV. For Fox, it’s even better than GOPe-TV. That is gonna get a lot of mileage. It really cannot be topped.

    BTW, a good definition for this phrase would be found in the Hannity derpfest from Thursday: Derp TV is when your hosts are so unhinged that Sara Carter needs to tell you to slow your roll and calm down.

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  15. ZurichMike says:

    Tom “Fitted Shirt” Fitton is another “look at me” ratings whore. His tweets contain video clips of himself in shirts that are at least one size too small so that he can show off his physique. The result is more of a sausage about ready to burst. And he should spend less time in the gym and more time at the orthodontist’s — good heavens, with those upper teeth he could eat corn on the cob through a chain link fence. He takes credit for things that are happening anyway: “I was able to convince Trump to follow the Constitution because of FOIA requests” or “The sun continues to rise in the east because of my stunning exposé on convincing God not to change celestial physics” blah blah blah.

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  16. josco scott says:

    Yes, he does show off the muscles.
    Yes, he does sell JW.
    But JW is an excellent organization.
    I wish he’d get off the anti-Sessions train, but like all conservative orgs, Fox and JW included, they’ll take any opportunity to criticize anything Trump-related in order to relieve themselves of the great burden of being accused of being Trumpsters.
    I do believe most pro-Trump conservatives LOOK for something, ANYthing to criticize. His TWEETS (Laura Ingraham, Tucker) SESSIONS (JW, Jarrett)

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “most pro-Trump conservatives LOOK for something, ANYthing to criticize. ”

      Well, I am happily not among them. However, I do not have a show on Derp TV (or a radio program) to get on the “manufactured outrage” bandwagon for “ratings”. Dan Bongino has been actively pushing a “lay off AG Jeff Sessions” message on his radio show, he really emphasized it again on Friday. He was filling in for Levin, I have not started listening to that one yet. However, he did mention he might take that message on over there as well.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        I am one hour into the Friday’s Levin podcast (1 hr. 45 min run time) with Dan Bongino hosting and his talking points are CTH approved.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Yes, he does sell JW.”

      There are a multitude of JW videos available on Youtube where they present their findings in a serene, calm setting instead of the hectic “commercials are the priority” cable news channels.

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    • “But JW is an excellent organization.”

      I’ve been watching Fitton warm to the studio lights over the last few months. Jon bon Gino is even more beside himself with the attention and is a Treehouse subject matter skimmer for sure. You’ve got to weigh the narcissism against the output. The fact is JW’s FOIA lawsuits have brought a trove of information into the public domain. Personal defects like the poor will always be with us.

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  17. Big Al says:

    Was not that long ago when Fitton openly wondered why Rod Rosenstein was making announcements for Muller. Derp

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  18. jello333 says:

    A picture from when our lion, President Trump, was but a kitten. Even then, little Hillary was terrified of Don.

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  19. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Between Derp TV and Derp State, Washington, Derp City is

    DERP DERP DERP DERP DERP.

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  20. Ipsophakto says:

    This is coreographed outrage. Kabuki theater. While it looks derptastic to those who dug deep enough to reckon that Sessions is Jonny on the spot, take a cue. Sessions needs the peanut gallery on the right to boo and hiss. It is working. The actual derps on the left are now howling that “Trump better not fire Sessions!”. That’s EXACTLY what we need – the left waving Sessions in for a beautiful landing, clapping and cheering. Get busy with boos and hisses, and a wink and a nod to those in the know.

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    • Irons says:

      I think you are correct Ipsophakto. President Trump’s team uses disinformation a lot to shield what they are really up to and the enemedis falls for it every time.
      Because it’s what they want to hear.

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    • Guffman says:

      While that’s a good theory on paper we all know the left will completely change their narrative if Sessions doesn’t conform with their original one.
      Look at the Comey fiasco, they all thought he should be fired for supposedly siding with Trump and costing Hitlery the election, then when Trump fires him he suddenly became their poster boy of integrity leading the FBI… how dare Trump fire him!

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  21. Trust the plan.Trust Sessions.

    Enjoy the show.

    Q

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  22. lokiscout says:

    Huber tendered his resignation when Sassions became AG and requested all 43 Federal Attorneys appointed by Obama do so. President Trump renominated and the Senate approved him for the position he had resigned. In my book that makes him a Trump appointee and that’s fine by me.

    Of course Jarrett didn’t mention that in his DERPY little tirade! I wonder why?

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  23. ogoggilby says:

    Greg Jarrett with Tom Fitton begins at 3:05:

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  24. Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

    Welcome to the Show! Please come inside… 😉

    Mar 18 2018 02:10:23
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    705183
    Panic mode.
    Enjoy the show.
    Q

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  25. Arkindole says:

    Jarrett has an extreme puffy and waffling history on Fox. Recall that he was a scoffing #nevertrumper. ‘Nuff said about that–you never get over it. I like the irons in the fire at JW, but Tom Fitton is the President and chief fundraiser. And, I don’t know about others but I get beg mail from JW about once every two weeks using increasingly alarming calls for action–the most recent one was a bogus class action pitch that was round-filed.

    Chris Farrell, OTOH, Director of Research at JW, appears on Dobbs a lot, and has more respectability in my mind. I first heard him mention Lisa Monaco’s Obama connection, but SD could have mentioned her earlier and I missed it, and SD has been mentioning her since I heard Farrell bring her up. To my knowledge Chris hasn’t discussed the prosecutor and has remained quiet on it. Dobbs, though, joins everyone else (including my wife) in being rabid about a special counsel–it makes great theater.

    Discernment is indeed a requirement these days in the midst of all of the chaff and flack.

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  26. StarryNights says:

    Really? This sounds like a bunch of playground kids poking fun.
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/guidelines-for-comments/

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  27. Inaccurate headline over the photo, DERP. Look it up and get it right if you are going to trash these guys. Jarrett and Fitton understand the process much better than anyone calling himself Sundance. Cmon man, Sundance?

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  28. Bth says:

    The delay at times feels maddening, but I believe there is in fact added benefit to having both the right and the left screaming for “justice”. In the end the facts will prevail, if Sundance has correctly connected the dots… which I continue to be thankful for!

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  29. LS says:

    I must say I am perplexed by this discussion…without judicial watch we wouldn’t know a lot of what we know today…I may not always agree with Gregg Jarret but I don’t think he deserves the scathing criticism noted here…his points about jurisdiction over some witnesses and Rosenstein’s conflict seem well founded to me but I am not an attorney – but I did 15 yrs at a white shoe firm finding buckets to hold their money. I trust Sessions to a point…I think generally the Republicans have a tendency to avoid conflict and forget they are in charge…I am in the camp that believes Sessions should not have recused himself…I was hopeful when I read someone’s comment that this whole recusal was to free up Sessions to do his thing but I still fear an unleashed Mueller and a complicit MSM. Mueller just detained Ted Malloch in Cleveland, confiscated his cell phone and subpoenaed him to testify before a grand jury…this was a little over the top when he could have just asked him to come in for questioning…

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    • MVW says:

      LS,
      Agree. And I am not in TV where ratings and dramas are money, ladies wear skirts up to heights, so men with tight shirts are unsurprising (but not to my taste… as a guy).

      I don’t watch TV for knowledge or understanding. I come here.

      Mueller is a villain. Rosenstein hired him and is his boss, so it is essential that Huber works for Sessions… in my way of thinking.

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    • Jesse T Mims says:

      @ LS…

      Re: “I am in the camp that believes Sessions should not have recused himself…I was hopeful when I read someone’s comment that this whole recusal was to free up Sessions to do his thing…”

      USAG Jeff Sessions’ recusal was never a matter of his choosing to do so for some political reason; but rather, a matter of law. In other words, he had no other choice, legally speaking; and, being the rare honest servant of the people he is; i.e., the one who is more interested in doing the right thing rather than in political expediency, he followed the law… We should all be praying for more civil servants like the honorable Mr. Sessions from Alabama!

      But, I digress. Here’s the deal on his recusal…

      He was an integral part of Trump’s presidential campaign. As such, he’s also subject to being investigated, along with PDJT, in any matter relating TO Trump and/or his campaign. Therefore, overseeing an investigation into any matter relating to Trump and/or his campaign would be a clear conflict of interest on his part. That is clearly against the law…

      Title 28, Chapter I, Section 45.2 of the Code of Federal Regulation, titled “Disqualification arising from personal or political relationship” absolutely forbids Sessions from being involved in any investigation into Trump’s campaign.

      I’ve linked to Section 45.2 below for your convenience; but the portions pertinent to Sessions’ recusal are as follows…

      “…no [DOJ] employee shall participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with:
      (1) Any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution; or
      (2) Any person or organization which he knows has a specific and substantial interest that would be directly affected by the outcome of the investigation or prosecution.
      (…)
      (c) For the purposes of this section:
      (1) Political relationship means a close identification with an elected official, a candidate (whether or not successful) for elective, public office, a political party, or a campaign organization, arising from service as a principal adviser thereto or a principal official thereof…”

      See https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2005-title28-vol2/xml/CFR-2005-title28-vol2-sec45-2.xml

      If I seem overly direct or impervious to your opinions, I don’t mean to offend. It’s just that facts do not bend to feelings and opinions.

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      • LULU says:

        Too many do not understand Sessions’s need for recusal. Had to be done re the Russia investigation to keep investigation from the stigma of being tainted by a partisan AG.

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        • brenrod says:

          he knew he was recusing, perhaps he should not have accepted the AG

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          • Jesse T Mims says:

            @ brenrod… Are you sure Sessions knew that Trump, et. al., were going to be investigated at the time he agreed to be Trump’s nominee for USAG? If he did NOT know, there was no reason for him to turn down that job.

            Just asking; because, I do not know the answer myself. But, it’s a question that deserves an answer before saying Sessions knew ahead of time that he was going to recuse himself and should, therefore, not have accepted…

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            • brenrod says:

              he recused immediately after beginning the job

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              • Jesse T Mims says:

                @ brenrod… Here’s the timeline according to my research:

                It’s a matter of public record that PDJT nominated Rosenstein for the position of Deputy AG for the DoJ on January 31, 2017; was confirmed on April 25, 2017; and, assumed that position on April 26, 2017.

                Sessions was confirmed on February 8, 2017 and sworn in on February 9.

                #NeverTrumpers, of course, had already started plotting against Trump by that time. But, to the best of my knowledge, there was no official investigation of him at that time.

                However, within at least by March 3rd, there were accusations from the left that Sessions had lied to Congress during his confirmation hearing. Those accusations turned into calls from the left for Sessions to resign; and, there were calls from the right for him to recuse himself. At that time, Sessions had Trump’s full support; including, against the charges that he (Sessions) had lied to Congress. There was still no official investigation.

                Source for above info in above paragraph… https://www.cnn.com/2017/03/02/politics/democrats-sessions-russia-resignation-call/index.html

                Although Rosenstein did not officially become DAG until approximately six weeks after Sessions was being badgered from both sides to either resign or recuse himself in early March, Trump had been pushing for Congress to confirm Rosenstein for two months; thereby, creating a reasonable presumption that Trump saw no future problem with him being DAG.

                So, to recap…

                Sessions still had Trump’s full support…
                He was under attack from both sides…
                There was no ongoing official investigation at that time…
                And, perhaps, most importantly, since Trump himself was promoting Rosenstein as DAG, Sessions had no reason at that time to suspect that Rosenstein might be anything other than a team player; OR, that he would soon stir up a sh!tstorm by appointing Mueller to investigate Trump.

                So, in order to calm the negativity against himself, Trump, and the DoJ that was being caused by the unrelenting attacks against himself personally, Sessions chose what would have seemed at the time to be the least problematic path and followed the law forbidding the kind of conflict of interest he MIGHT possibly face later.

                All things considered, I see no reason for Sessions to have turned down the nomination for USAG when Trump offered it to him; or, at the time he was confirmed and sworn in.

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          • Trump knew about the need to recuse at the same time that Sessions did, during the confirmation hearing it was clear that was coming. POTUS could have pulled the nomination if he so desired before confirmation, all the talk afterwards was to serve a purpose IMO.

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            • Jesse T Mims says:

              @ growltiggerknits… That is a possibility I’ve considered myself. PDJT certainly has the ability to keep our enemies guessing.

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            • brenrod says:

              I think trump was blindsided by sessions recusal

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              • That is a theory but POTUS and his lawyers would have had to have been sleeping at the wheel not to have seen where the pressure would be applied after the line of questioning at Sessions’ confirmation hearing.

                It was clear Sessions was being positioned to commit that if he was involved in an area that was being investigated by the DOJ, he would be honor bound to refuse. Since Sessions believes in following the law he would have no choice in how to answer and how to proceed.

                To believe that POTUS was surprised is to believe that he thought Sessions would ignore the oaths he has taken to act within the law “to protect Trump”. That thought process is inconceivable for POTUS, a man who thinks several steps ahead, because if Sessions had refused to recuse on a matter investigating himself he would have destroyed his honor, been disbarred and POTUS would not have been helped at all by Sessions’ recusal.

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        • Jesse T Mims says:

          I totally agree, LULU. I live in middle west GA; but, I’ve been following Jeff Sessions’ honorable actions over in Alabama for a long time. He may be soft spoken (it’s a deep south, southern gentleman thang…) and timid looking; but, he’s as tough as cow hide when it comes to following the law. I’ve never once doubted him as USAG; or, in any other position he has held.

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      • LS says:

        Just by way of background…
        Right or wrong, I read Andrew McCarthy regularly who pointed out more than once and again in his article today…
        “I had thus argued that Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s recusal from the Russia investigation was premature and too sweeping. As the attorney general acknowledged, the recusal matter was controlled by 28 CFR Section 45.2. But that regulation similarly states that disqualification is necessary only if there is a criminal investigation or prosecution as to which a prosecutor has a conflict of interest.
        Since the Russia investigation was a counterintelligence investigation, I contended that Sessions could have declined to recuse. There was a caveat: In the event the Russia counterintelligence probe turned up evidence of crimes that would warrant criminal investigations, Sessions — because of his prominent role in the Trump campaign — would likely have to recuse himself from those investigations, on a case-by-case basis (e.g., if criminal charges were brought against Michael Flynn, as ultimately happened).”

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  30. Steve in Lewes says:

    Unfortunately, Lou Dobbs and Judge Jeanine has been part of DERP TV as well.

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  31. Steve says:

    I am a newbie here. Turned on to website a couple weeks ago by my brother. Unbelievable. There is a reason Jeff Sessions is AG and Jarrett is on cable news and he just made that abundantly clear!

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    • waicool says:

      If you are calling tom fitton a derp you definitely lost me. Jarrett? Well., he’s a news entertainer so yeah, give em hell. It’s discouraging when those on @our side” attack each other. It’s not productive, it is ego driven and it is harmful to the mission. Sundance isn’t derping hillary or lorreta lynch, he choses tom fitton. i wonder why?

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  32. Sean Supsky says:

    Don’t
    Expect
    Rabid
    Press

    To
    Verify

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  33. Hmmm... says:

    Slightly different take here. I don’t mind the rabble rousers. I’m rather glad they are there doing what they do. I don’t pay much attention to them personally but they keep pressure and attention on the issues. If Sessions is doing what we expect he is doing (building cases behind the scenes) then they will be proven wrong. If he isn’t then he deserves scorn and I will join them. I’m willing to be patient but I don’t think pressure on Sessions from our side is a bad thing.

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  34. LULU says:

    Jarrett was so off the rails last night! Stunning. And Fitton got right out there with him. And of course they had clips of Meadows and Jordan to add heft to their ranting.

    I wanted to scream: “Go and read Conservative Tree House, dummies!!!!!”

    When it comes to being uninformed, or at least underinformed (several days late and many dollars short, to corrupt a trite saying), Fox and now Fox Business really take the cake.

    Follow CTH, be your own pundit. Information is power. These are complex times. Too many are just not up to the task.

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    • Carrie says:

      But that is exactly the conundrum. Encourage others to read CTH but that’s also why there are so many more trolls. I get annoyed at Jarrett at times, as he is not a deep thinker before he spouts off. But we do need every single one of these people (Meadows, Jordan, Jarrett and Fitton) to tell the true story soon, so it’s pointless to throw them all under the bus. I happen to like Tom Fitton. He was off the mark here too, but he does incredible work and I think if he gets informed in the future, I’m hopeful he can also speak about it on air. In any event, his constant requests for FOIA’s has informed all of us. For that, I am grateful.

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      • LULU says:

        I believe a deep dig at Judicial Watch will reveal that Chris Farrell does the deep digging, files those FOIAs and all the rest of the investigative work. Fitton is never as heavy-duty when it comes to being informative (on guest appearances) as Chris Farrell is…

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  35. B Woodward says:

    I think the jury is still out and no arrests have been made, so I’m not ready to call Jarrett and Fitton names yet.

    Although many on CTH have confidence in AG Sessions, I still have some doubts. He did give Lois Lerner and the IRS a free pass for their crimes. And you have to questions Sessions’ judgement. In a speech he stated that Rod Rosenstein and Rachel Brand “both represent the kind of quality and leadership that we want in the department.” Isn’t that the same Rod Rosenstein who signed one or more FISA warrants to spy on Trump (according to the House FISA abuse memo)?

    Sundance at one point in time also expressed some doubts about Sessions. He stated, “If this stunning report is true it confirms many opinions in how AG Jeff Sessions is entirely incapable of carrying out the duty of a U.S. Attorney General.” The headline was “Report: Attorney General Jeff Sessions Recuses Himself From Uranium One Investigation….” Rep. Gaetz had stated that when he asked Sessions to appoint a special counsel to investigate Uranium One, Sessions said he had recused himself and walked out of the room. Senator Grassley was concerned about Rosenstein conducting the Uranium One investigation. Sessions told the Senator that Rostenstein is a man of integrity and can investigate himself in the Uranium One matter. I think the jury is still out on this issue and only time will tell whether Rosenstein, Mueller, Comey, McCabe, Hillary, et al will have to answer for their role in the Uranium One scandal.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/11/03/report-attorney-general-jeff-sessions-recuses-himself-from-uranium-one-investigation/

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  36. Jobby says:

    Derp TV “…merely a two-word review…”

    (mild language warning)

    Was glad to see the series of short videos SD put out. An educational model is needed rather than the anxiety-infotainment model found nearly everywhere else. Hope to see more material of that kind in the future. Maybe even a “mockumentary” aimed at the media (and their audience).

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  37. LM says:

    Have any of you considered that after you get rid of all of the people that question the AG’s recusal, that are troubled at allowing the appointment of a SC to go after all things President Trump, and those that mourn the lack of visible indictments on our side…..there will be very few left to support President Trump?

    Adter you get rid of all Conservative Media other than Sundance, and all posters other than those that march lock step in line with your (often very narrow) views, there will be little if any discussion left, and not a lot of “fun”.

    You may be right about all things Sessions and Trump, but still might find that that does not matter as much as winning.

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  38. brenrod says:

    to those of us who are not at all convinced that rosenstein is a white hat, based on his history, the Jarrett view is a reasonable speculation. I find Sundance presentation relatively convincing but not the only reasonable point of view. I am still waiting for actual accomplishments on the corruptions from sessions, although it appears as if his approach can work…. but if rosenstein is a black hat then it may be obstructed.

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  39. Ospreyzone says:

    Wow, so now Tom Fitton is an enemy of this site. With just a tiny bit of research, you would realize that were it not for Judicial Watch, and Judicial Watch alone, CTH would be chatting about what a terrible president Hillary has become.

    Becoming a willing collective for group think is not attractive. I would advise that you avoid it.

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  40. Just some things to think about:

    -Mueller was in consultation with DOJ and WH to “return to the FBI as Director”. Actually met with PDJT! Next day he was named SC! Hmmmm. (An “F” you to Trump or strategy?)
    – Rosenstein as Fed. Pros. for Maryland had his and Mueller’s prosecution of Rosatom agents held up and eventually plead out (against fed prosecution guidelines) to squelch the news to allow Uranium One to get through CFIUS and protect the Clinton presidential campaign effort on DOJ orders (Holder/Lynch) Would that piss you off (hard pill to fulfill a political objective and Clinton enrichment) if you were the FBI Dir and responsible Fed Pros.? Probably.
    – Weismann (puke that he is) as DOJ Fraud head involved in deal in prosecution. He is aggressive in the extreme and was (maybe) made to offer a shit plead. Little out of character.
    https://www.nationalreview.com/2017/10/uranium-one-deal-obama-administration-doj-hillary-clinton-racketeering/
    – Nonsensical leaks about Trump: “Did he order Mueller’s firing” with no actual firing? Followed by denials. Rants about “witch hunt”. Subterfuge? Credibilty front for SC?
    – 2 Crap indictments for Lying, two 10 year old tax evasion indictments and 13 Russian trolls indicted in a 10+ month old SC investigation. Al having nothing to do with Trump-Russia! Misdirection? Keep MSM looking in wrong place and Fox traveling a parallel path with investigation but off point?
    More rants about how PDJT is disappointed in Sessions, engendering sympathy from public for the AG. Playing MSM hatred of Trump. Hmmmmm.

    May be completely wrong. Sundance and most here likely not to agree, but something to consider.

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  41. davecatbone says:

    “English has no word for “the constant, repetitive reiteration of strong priors”. Yet it is a well-known phenomenon in the world of punditry, debate, and public affairs. On Twitter, we call it “derp”.”

    http://www.businessinsider.com/sorry-haters-derp-isnt-going-away-2013-6

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  42. Jane in Florida says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/03/31/turley-sessions-using-utah-federal-prosecutor-much-better-trump-2nd-special-counsel/
    Turley: Sessions’ Appointing Utah Federal Prosecutor Much Better for Trump than 2nd Special Counsel

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  43. Rynn69 says:

    Be wary of those mocking truth tellers for you have to think what would be the point unless it is to silence voices or invalidate them – otherwise if they were truly foolish, let them talk. I struggle with the fact that a person with a nicknamed moniker is formulating white hat-black hat scenarios in which Rosenstein (a criminal by any sense, IMHO, he signed the FISA people), Mueller (look at his history and prosecutorial ambitions that seemed to have crossed lines, IMHO), Huber and Horowitz (Obama appointees – nothing more needs to be said), and Sessions (obviously neutered if you have eyes and a brain) to drive a narrative and timeline. Ok, so be it. But curious when people can see some of these facts so obviously to the contrary. Sorry if everyone sees the swamp protecting its own. People are not stupid sheep. Just sayin’…

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