Dan Bongino Counters Anti-Sessions Narrative – Mark Levin Radio Audience Rejects…

CTH was sent this link to a radio broadcast from last Friday March 30th. The content is, well, more than a little funny.

Apparently Dan Bongino filled in for Mark Levin during a radio broadcast last Friday and attempted to share his conclusions from the latest news headlines of Jeff Sessions.  The topic was news of AG Sessions publicizing his prior appointment of a federal prosecutor, and the ongoing investigation into the FBI and DOJ by Inspector General Horowitz and the prosecutor, John Huber . The outline of Bongino’s position will be familiar to you.

However, after months of hearing Mark Levin and Sean Hannity criticizing Jeff Sessions, the Levin/Hannity audience was having none of it.  Anything that runs counter to the SDS narrative is not real.  It’s hilarious. Sessions bad… the world is ending… we don’t need no alternate facts here… we deal in outrage only… Muh Mueller… Seriously, it’s funny.

The first 30+/- minutes is Bongino laying out his analysis.  It appears that Bongino has reached many of the same conclusions we did. At 31:45 the first caller goes bananas…. it goes downhill from there.

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After listening to the callers refusing the red-pill, I’m left wondering what Hannity and Levin will do when the reality of the Sessions, Horowitz and Huber approach surfaces on CNN?  How long will radio hosts wait before dropping the outrage against Sessions?

There has been a great deal of consternation directed toward AG Jeff Sessions surrounding the ongoing FISA abuse scandal and the larger issues of unlawful DOJ and FBI conduct in their political investigation of candidate Donald Trump. It is obviously a matter of great division.

However, it is important anyone interested in the FBI and DOJ investigation take the time to digest the details within Attorney General Jeff Sessions notification letter to congress outlining his previous appointment of U.S Attorney John Huber to parallel Inspector General Michael Horowitz as a prosecutor.

Do not trust the pundit filtration of content, take the time to read it yourself.

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Absorbing the DOJ has a long-standing criminal investigation will likely create anxiety for those committed to an irrational intolerance of Attorney General Jeff Sessions; but the substance remains evident regardless of sentiment.

The Bigger Picture – If we accept the historic context for DOJ official communication stemming from the IG investigation, it would appear the notification letter is timed with the conclusion of investigative evidence collection. As such, the timing is safe for the DOJ to reveal the name of the prosecutor many previously refused to believe existed.

There was already an appointed person, a prosecutor, from “outside of Washington”, in place prior to the recent request for a Special Counsel by Goodlatte and Gowdy. That was exactly what an objective analysis of the events previously outlined – and we previously noted.

Attorney Jeff Sessions previously outlined the existence of an outside prosecutor who has been in place for quite a while, exactly as we thought. All the evidence of this was/is clear if you follow the granular details closely. Here’s how we figure it out; and also the likely reason why no-one in Washington DC -including congress and the president- was previously aware.

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

Also I am well aware we have a responsibility to insure the integrity of the FISA process, we’re not afraid to look at that. The inspector general, some think that our inspector general is not very strong; but he has almost 500 employers, employees, most of which are lawyers and prosecutors; and they are looking at the FISA process. We must make sure that it’s done properly, and we’re going to do that. And I’ll consider their request.”  ~ Jeff Sessions, March 8th, 2017

…”to look at all the allegations that the House Judiciary Committee sent to us” – HERE is an Example. And here is a response:

♦#1) The DOJ Inspector General (Michael Horowitz) has an obligation to notify his superiors when he/she discovers illegal activity, or conduct that is likely unlawful, while conducting an internal investigation. The IG cannot sit on knowledge or evidence of likely criminal conduct, just because he/she is conducting an investigation. This is the same reason why IG Horowitz had to inform Special Counsel Robert Mueller in July of 2017 of the potentially unlawful conduct of members on his team (Lisa Page and Peter Strzok).

♦#2) The same people under investigation within the IG purview (FBI and DOJ officials) are transparently cooperating with the Inspector General. That cooperation, in combination with a likelihood of unlawful conduct, would require a DOJ official (prosecutor) to be assigned to negotiate and outline the DOJ legal terms of investigative compliance. The person negotiating the terms for cooperation would NOT be the Inspector General; because of the potential for criminal charges related to the investigated individuals, it would be the job of a DOJ career prosecutor to comply with legal needs.

♦#3) Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Bruce and Nellie Ohr and Bill Priestap have quotes inside the HPSCI memos. Those quotes come from investigative interviews; no congressional committee has interviewed those persons. Those would be a few of the people in #2 above; and their testimony to Horowitz and a DOJ Prosecutor, would make them witnesses in a criminal investigation. That explains why they have not given interviews to congressional committees. The DOJ needs to keep the integrity of their testimony inside the investigative unit. (ie. in the control of the DOJ official from outside Washington that Jeff Sessions notes).

♦#4) President Trump is the chief executive over the DOJ and FBI; however, in this odd dynamic he is also the victim within the conspiracy as potentially outlined by the investigation. Therefore, again to protect the integrity of the investigation and witness testimony, the victim would be kept at arms length and not informed of the criminal investigation. That’s why POTUS Trump doesn’t know; and AG Sessions must keep distance from any discussion with the executive due to this separation.

♦#5) Cooperating witness testimony in a criminal investigation also means congress would not know of the details. Congress (Nunes, Gowdy and Goodlatte) wouldn’t even know a criminal investigation was opened. The prosecutor works parallel with, but separate from, the IG investigation. Congress would know of the IG, but not the prosecutor. This interview by AG Sessions is the first indication congress would have of a DOJ official already looking at the criminal issues.

♦#6) And the most transparent reason why we know there’s a DOJ prosecutor already on the case is because Jeff Sessions just said there was.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions – Federal Prosecutor John W. Huber

Here’s the U.S. Code explaining the power of the Inspector General – SEE HERE

(Source LINK)

Additionally on February 27th, 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions held a press briefing to announce the opioid task force (video below). During the Q&A segment of the presser, Fox News Catherine Herridge asked AG Sessions if the FISA court abuses outlined by Chairman Devin Nunes, Chairman Bob Goodlatte and Chairman Chuck Grassley would be investigated by the DOJ.

Attorney General Sessions affirmed the FISA court abuse by the DOJ and FBI was indeed be investigated and prosecuted and directed attention to Inspector General Michael Horowitz. [watch at 37:57 of video – prompted]

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This February 27th mention by AG Jeff Sessions WAS NOT NEWS.

That’s why the March 28th admission by IG Horowitz in this regard was NOT a surprise. It was happening all along.

(Go Deep)

The February statement by Jeff Sessions was exactly what those who have followed closely will note had seemed to be the direction of the IG investigation since mid-year 2017.

As AG Sessions affirmed, repeatedly, IG Horowitz was NOT limited in scope. Horowitz is investigating *all* avenues of politicization within the DOJ and FBI and abuse therein; this includes FISA abuse. If he found an issue, he had the authority to follow it.

Add this fact to General Sessions’ answers about the appointment of a DOJ official from outside Washington on March 8th, 2018, and you could clearly see the IG and appointed prosecutor have been working together for quite some time.

How long?

Likely since the time when IG Horowitz first informed the AG (Sessions) and DAG (Rosenstein) that he may have discovered significant evidence of unlawful conduct within the DOJ and FBI. That would be around July/August 2017, when IG Horowitz was bound by duty to inform DOJ Special Counsel Robert Mueller. That notification led to the removal of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

More visibility of the now revealed prosecutor was clear within the timeline:

January 4th, 2018, an agreement was finally made between House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes and DOJ Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for complete disclosure of all unredacted documents AND a list of witnesses who Nunes wanted the HPSCI to question.

Included in those names was: FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page, who exchanged anti-Trump text messages during an affair and previously worked on the special counsel’s Russia probe; FBI general counsel James Baker, who was reassigned; FBI head of counterintelligence Bill Priestap, whom ex-FBI boss James Comey testified made the decision not to brief Congress about the Russia case during last year’s election; and Bruce Ohr, a DOJ official reassigned after concealing meetings with figures involved in the dossier.

The January 4th agreement between Devin Nunes and Rod Rosenstein was made after a great deal of back-and-forth. Chairman Nunes then documented the agreement in a letter.

On January 8th, Bruce Ohr was demoted for the second time. [AND DOJ officials scheduled Bruce Ohr to be available to Devin Nunes on January 17th]

On January 9th, the DOJ provided the unredacted DOJ/FBI documents requested to Chairman Nunes; the documents the DOJ produced surrounded the Clinton-Steele Dossier and the FISA Title-1 application. The documents were assigned to a SCIF in the basement of the House. Those documents become the basis for Chairman Nunes to outline his memo; essentially a declassification request to the White House written by Trey Gowdy.

As a result of the agreement between Rod Rosenstein and Devin Nunes, one member from each side of the HPSCI aisle (one Democrat and one Republican) was permitted to review the original FISA application documents which included the Clinton-Steele dossier use therein.

Trey Gowdy and Adam Schiff were the two Intel committee members who reviewed. (Remember, this is January 9th, 2018) [Only Gowdy, Schiff, Ratcliffe and House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte reviewed the original FISA documents]

A week later, January 16th, 2018, Chairman Nunes postponed the witness interview with DOJ official Bruce Ohr scheduled for the next day, January 17th.

Instead, on January 18th, 2018, the HPSCI voted to allow all members of the House to review the Nunes-Gowdy Memo created after the DOJ provided the documents (January 9th). [January 18th THROUGH February 2nd was #ReleaseTheMemo]

Now remember, throughout this time none of those prior agreed-upon FIVE witnesses (Strzok, Page, Priestap, Baker, Ohr) have been interviewed. Everyone’s attention shifted from witness testimony to the Memo; and as Democrat Eric Swalwell stated, no witness was interviewed. Period. [<- key point].

So to summarize so far: during January all the DOJ documents arrived, the HPSCI (Nunes) memo was written, released, declassified and released to the public on February 2nd, 2018 but no witnesses testified. [Nunes Memo – Link]

So the question becomes:

How does the exact testimony (including quotes) of Bruce Ohr, and Bill Priestap become part of the Nunes Memo if neither Bruce Ohr or Bill Priestap was ever interviewed by the House Intelligence Committee?

Who is doing the interrogations of Bill Priestap and Bruce Ohr?

It’s not the HPSCI. It’s not the House Judiciary Committee and it’s not the Senate (Chuck Grassley). [Remember Grassley is relying on responsive FD-302’s provided by the FBI.]

See where this was going? The investigative unit of the IG is providing congress with transcripts of testimony from IG investigators (DOJ and FBI employees within the OIG); with the review, control and approval of the DOJ outside prosecutor. We now know that prosecutor is John Huber.

DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz has interviewed these witnesses, likely with his appointed DOJ prosecutor Huber, and extracted testimony. This explains why Devin Nunes changed his approach after discussion with AAG Rod Rosenstein and was no longer in a hurry to interview the FIVE? (Strzok, Page, Ohr, Baker and Priestap).

Let me remind everyone that each of the aforementioned names is still within the system. Unlike Mike Kortan, David Laufman, Sally Yates, James Rybicki or Andrew McCabe, none of the five (Strzok, Page, Ohr, Baker, Priestap) have been removed. Peter Strzok is in FBI HR; Lisa Page is doing something; Bruce Ohr and James Baker are holding down chairs somewhere; and Bill Priestap is still Asst. FBI Director in charge of counterintelligence.

It doesn’t go unnoticed the media are transparently not following up on Peter, Lisa, Bruce Jim or Bill. No satellite trucks in front of their houses etc.; no pounding on their doors for comment etc. Nothing.

Further, ask yourself why Inspector General Michael Horowitz (or someone thereabouts) began to advance upon the entire ‘Trump operation’ with releases of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page text messages? Why them? Surely, other collaborative communication was also captured, yet we only heard of Page and Strzok. Why?

Here’s what is becoming transparently obvious. The fab-five are cooperating with the investigative unit of the OIG. All five of them.

The text message release was strategic. It was intended to substantiate the entire enterprise, put the ‘small group on notice’ and flush out the co-conspirators. The downstream exits of Kortan, Laufman, Rybicki, McCabe et al are evidence therein.

Additionally, the OIG (Horowitz) would want to keep the testimony of Page, Strzok, Ohr, Baker and Priestap away from the Democrat politicians, well known leakers, within the House Intelligence Committee (ie. Eric Swalwell and Adam Schiff) until he was certain their usefulness as witnesses was exhausted.

The reason for this is transparently simple. The OIG is a division inside the Department of Justice. During an internal investigation if the IG becomes aware of unlawful activity he/she is obligated to inform the AG (Sessions) or AAG (Rosenstein). He can’t ignore it and he cannot delay notification of it. Unlawful activity must be reported.

The IG does not have legal or prosecutorial authority – the IG must immediately refer unlawful activity to the proper authority; essentially to his boss. A DOJ prosecutor is then assigned to work with the IG (as Jeff Sessions confirmed today) and essentially creates a parallel investigation focused only on the law-breaking part.

[That prosecutor could, likely would, then begin a Grand Jury proceeding; and no-one outside the AG, AAG, and the ‘outside’ prosecutor’s office would know.]

The prior testimony/statements to the IG by the fab-five would explain why AAG Rod Rosenstein was negotiating with Devin Nunes; would explain why Rosenstein was reluctant to allow testimony; and would also explain why Nunes came away from those negotiations with wind in his investigative sails.

The DOJ (Rod Rosenstein) needs to wall-off the politics (Nunes/Congress) from the ongoing criminal investigation (DOJ-OIG-Prosecutor John Huber) to preserve the integrity of his advancing and assembling case (including criminal witness testimony).

As soon as Chairman Nunes recognized something was going on, and after a review of the FISA documents – Nunes dropped his demand for immediate testimony by the fab-five to the HPSCI mid-January. [A record is already established]

As a person familiar with such specific investigative measures recently shared:

“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.”

Additionally regarding Bruce and Nellie Ohr:

“The Republican memo states they turned over all their work and testified to someone that Bruce Ohr met with Christopher Steele and Steele was saying he didn’t want Trump in office. They didn’t testify to a Congressional committee, so it had to be the IG.”

The already existing “outside DOJ official” outlined by AG Sessions, John Huber the person who would be constructing the witness agreements with approval of his DOJ bosses, Rosenstein and Sessions. Is this all making sense now?

All of the news and information coming forward, including the lack of follow-up attention by the Democrats regarding the minority HPSCI memo, aligns with a very specific set of facts. Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, James Baker, Bill Priestap, Bruce Ohr and likely Nellie Ohr, have cut some kind of deal with prosecutor John Huber for process leniency in exchange for cooperation with the IG and DOJ prosecutor.

Thereby the Fab-Five have provided the IG investigative team and the DOJ prosecutor Huber with sworn statements and testimony which is highlighted in investigative communication between the DOJ and Chairman Nunes; and we saw snippets surfacing in the Nunes memo. That perspective explains everything seen and not seen.

It is likely the final investigative summary from the Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General (DOJ-OIG), Michael Horowitz, is going to be very encompassing. It is also likely to be immediately followed-up by actions, perhaps immediate indictments, from DOJ Prosecutor John Huber who Jeff Sessions brought in from outside Washington.

There is no need for a “Special Counsel” when a DOJ Prosecutor is already working with IG Horowitz. The “outside prosecutor” can begin issuing subpoenas for Grand Jury testimony and statements by the officials no longer within the DOJ/FBI, just as soon as the IG report is finished.

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428 Responses to Dan Bongino Counters Anti-Sessions Narrative – Mark Levin Radio Audience Rejects…

  1. covfefe999 says:

    Comey hasn’t tweeted anything since Mar 17. And Hillary barely anything. I wonder what their thoughts were when Stephen Boyd and then Jeff Sessions revealed that there is an ongoing investigation? Investigating the exoneration of Hillary must concern her. She’ll pretend like it doesn’t, of course, but I’ll bet the stress is getting to her. In late 2016 she thought she would be President and this would all be swept under the rug.

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      I hear rumblings of an IRS investigation into the Clinton foundation. Pretty obvious. The media pretend it’s normal for foreign governments to donate huge sums to a US based charity but it’s not. And just look at the before and after. Nobody is sending big checks anymore, speaking gigs are cut rate… we know what people were paying for.

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      i was standing in the grocery checkout line the other day and caught the headline on some tabloid that proclaimed Hill is battling brain cancer…and it was concealed for some reason. I confess I didn’t read the article or buy the rag, I simply don’t like her enough to be concerned. I know I should feel guilty about that…but i don’t.

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    • guillermo maguire says:

      Some quick thoughts. Perhaps CTH being below radar is a good thing. Use the mouthpieces to our advantage. Also, for Sundance…. can you put some meat on how no one at IG or Hubers group leaked info. I dont doubt your analysis, but how was this kept so hush hush?

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      • Tired Mom says:

        guillermo maguire, my thoughts precisely…”below the radar” is a planned strategy. Perhaps the Hannity and Levin public criticism is part of a planned show, to throw off people who are targets of investigation, so that they relax and let down their guard. Hannity did dine with the President recently at Mar-a-Lago. Would’ve loved to be a fly on the wall!

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Maybe the most prolific leaking body of Govt., Congress, really didn’t have a clue as to what Sessions was doing.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        He was working out of Utah. Not the Wash. D.C. cesspool.

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    • Mark L. says:

      I bet there are a whole lotta people hunkered down trying to figure what Sessions is up to.
      Silent Storm.

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    • leon0112 says:

      But most of the people in the US have no idea who Huber is and what his assignment is. My bet is that from this point forward Huber will indict more people than Mueller. If/when Huber indicts Comey, will the MSM cover it? Or cover it up?

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    • Without question they are scared and planning on how to defend themselves while desperately looking to crush the President. If one could just be a fly on the wall for just one day with any of the traitors…

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    • Bluffdale, Utah… data storage for the US electronic transactions and communications. Huber the prosecutor investigating the FBI and the DOJ, they illegally spied on Americans through a data center in his jurisdiction.

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  2. Apollo says:

    As long as it ends with Hillary and the Scheme Team 2.0 indicted before the midterms and convicted eventually, I don’t care who does it.

    Anything less is really not acceptable if we are to preserve the rule of law in this nation and extend #MAGA beyond PDJT’s term(s) in office.

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    • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

      I want Holder for Fast & Furious too. ValJar for anything (up to her neck in it or else she wouldn’t have her room in Obamaland DC). Lois Lerner (the O’puppet for trying to destroy conservatives via the IRS). Comey for playing both sides against the middle. McCabe for being totally dishonest. Sally Yates for her nearly 100 page letter denying access to the cover up (people went crazy in the 70s over 17 minutes of tape but now libs won’t even admit the thousands of missing e-mails, texts, server contacts, etc).
      Sweet would be for the indictments to come down on INDEPENDENCE DAY!! Plea deals available only through Labor Day!

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    • A very deep concern of mine, also. What will happen after PDJT’s terms? Any true patriots willing to risk it all as he has done? Be continually attacked and not even flinch? Something extreme has to take place, not just due diligence. MAGA!!!

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  3. Ari says:

    LOL. I typed out a savage missive against Fox News, Limbaugh, Hannity, Coulter, Levin, et al on another of the articles here but didn’t publish it.

    Anyway, Limbaugh, Hannity and Fox News CREATED the #BatteredConservativeSyndrome and for that I will never forgive. Never forget, the low information republican voters will keep electing RoosterHeads until they are educated.

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  4. Bull Durham says:

    All the folks “taking CTH/Sundance” as their script are a joke. They never have figured out anything before this. Sundance has years of investigative work on some of the biggest crimes-events in the news. He was insightful, scrupulous, meticulous and correct, time and again.

    The bozos (some we know and like) who don’t and won’t credit CTH and Sundance discredit themselves.

    They feign they are better than MSM, but ethically-professionally they aren’t much better than the fakirs.

    How simple it is to just give credit.

    Sundance doesn’t copyright his stuff. He openly shares, he educates. He has no agenda except he burns for the Truth.

    Give the man props.

    The rest of the “users” and abusers are shaming themselves. Bongino has not a clue about all of this. Now he’s an “expert”. Ha!

    Sundance is like a Presidential Daily Briefing on the topic. Invaluable.

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    • OverWatch says:

      Bull Durham speaks about something that we need to pay special attention to. Sundance is too kind to say it; Bongino learned what he has from reading CTH, he sounds like a parrot. Glad he says it, but pls give credit to his source, CTH. Nope can’t do that cuz folks will stop listening to him and start following CTH. Limbaugh has been doing the same thing now for almost 10 months. I read it on CTH and then that clown, Limbaugh, repeats it on his show a couple days later with no citation to CTH. They will have to live with themselves for this robbery.

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      • Intellectual property theft (plagiarism) by talking hairdo’s who’s egos are so fragile and overblown that they can’t give a hat tip. The first rule of talk radio seems to be never mention a competitor. But the truth is that their customers (you and me) move rapidly between all of the pundits..

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      • Mark L. says:

        Sundance is the most reliable well thought out analyst I have read. The others seem to allow different distractions to effect their objectivity. I guess there are many shades of Red.

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      • lotbusyexec says:

        I have heard Rush give credit or at least acknowledge CTH on his show. My first place for truth/real story is right here and then I browse the rest of the sites (Breitbart, Daily Mail, Drudge, Gateway Pundit, True Pundit, Axious, Circa, The Hill, Daily Mail…) and gage what is being said. I believe JS has been doing his job quietly, diligently and with the desire restore justice and a sense of trust back into our justice department and government. Thank you CT and all of you who bring your unique take into the comment section. No better place for an educated discussion and to learn of other thoughts then right here! Looking forward to one day having a government were the eyes of justice are equal to all and there is no longer a “cast” system in place.

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      • dawg says:

        Not true, Limbaugh has referenced CTH multiple times.

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      • Ginny says:

        Yup, agree. I heard Dan Friday night and I am saying I already know that because I read Sundance. While I like Dan I felt like calling in and say “Dan, please give credit where credit is due “Sundance”, period.

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      • Tired Mom says:

        How do we know Sundance wants the spotlight on him? Maybe he does not want the attention personally, but rather just wants his messages to be spread far and wide. I don’t know the answer. But he uses a nom de plume instead of his real name, so I wonder how much attention he seeks. Perhaps he prefers working under the radar?

        Also, I’ve noticed that whenever someone discusses this issue about whether Sundance is receiving due credit for his brilliant work, Sundance doesn’t step in to say he is seeking credit, nor to encourage us to help make sure that happens. At least I don’t remember ever seeing him do that.

        Regardless, I encourage everyone who visits this site to support it financially, with whatever amount you decide to give (2 Corinthians 9:7). Perhaps our monetary gifts are the best recognition we can give to Sundance, to let him know we appreciate his fantastic work, and to help make sure he can keep going.

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    • RLC2 says:

      You could always leave props for CTH on the YouTube video comments…

      Or at other conservative and independent sites, with a link.
      Or tip Drudge or Breitbart or PJM directly.

      I see that Sundance’ intent is to educate, so I do my part to pass the word.
      (with a h/t to go with the link)

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      • AZ18 says:

        Found this site 7/2015 via Breitbart and have never left. Maybe it was you who gave me the link! Thank you

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        • Kaco says:

          Ha! That was about the time I found this site, too, in the exact same manner on Breitbart. Someone in the comments left a link for here. That was when the comment section of Breitbart was much more pleasant.

          I haven’t been back to Breitbart since Bannon’s Roy Moore fiasco.

          Liked by 2 people

          • sat0422 says:

            Since two of you used to know Brietbart, I can’t believe how gruesome and horrible Brietbart is today. I was reading it before his death around 2008 and it hasn’t been the same since he died. I like the top banner on CTH and wish Brietbart would change it’s name.

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        • CindyLou62 says:

          Same here. Username “Dr Gordon Freeman” kept leaving the link in the comments and I decided to investigate. Best decision ever. After reading here a few months I decided not to return to Breitbart.

          Liked by 5 people

    • Lynn Goodwin says:

      I am really new to CTH. This has become my “go-to” site as the explanations logically explained.that make since.I have been reading CTH for a couple of months now and I want to comment on Dan Bongino and his Friday show via filling in for Marc Levin, He knows what happened. He knows deep state orchestrated a coup! He was one of the first to bring it to the forefront.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Bud Klatsch says:

      I like that. SD is America’s PDB. Someday SD, publish a compendium of your investigative analysis of the Deep State Treasonous acts against America.

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    • Kris says:

      It is not advantageous to just watch or listen to one point of view. I stopped watching Hannity because it’s the same show night after night, enough!! I do like Tucker Carlson. Lou Dobbs also is starting to wear me out, I understand his outrage but again enough! I look forward to reading Sundance’s emails every morning with my coffee and I listen to all sorts of different opinions on Youtube, especially the ones that get banned because they must be on the right track!!! I just hope like another commenter said, that this is out in the open before mid-terms!!

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        Tucker has been a pleasant surprise. Absolutely did not like him on F&F weekend. Decided to give him a try when he got his own show. Much better than O’Reilly. Really the only one I make an effort to watch on Fox’s 7-10 run. Also like Shannon Bream. Fox needs to move her to 9 and back Hannity and Ingraham back an hour!! Could even find a place for Harris Faulkner in prime time. Another excellent show!

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    • charliedan says:

      Hear, hear!!!
      Amen!!!!!!

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    • Zippy says:

      “Bongino has not a clue about all of this.”

      Have you actually listened to ALL of his podcasts over the last few months? Apparently not or you were unable to follow what he has been saying. He has connected ALL KINDS of obscure dots NEVER mentioned here which go much further than the subject of HOW a proper investigation is being done.

      What he has uncovered is exactly HOW and WHY the illegal activities began and identified those most likely responsible for starting it and carrying it out. The oscure connections he’s dug up with help from those who constantly email him links to published mainstream media sources are amazing. The documented facts he presents fit perfectly together like a complex puzzle making it virtually certain that they aren’t coincidences.

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      • josco scott says:

        I’m fairly new here; I don’t know SD’s background or where he gets info, but I get the sense that Bongino’s sources are some of the same. He might well get info from here too, but he does go in different directions. Clearly he’s not JUST getting info from here. That it’s parallel suggests sources from similar areas–friends in FBI, whatever.

        I have listened to all DB’s podcasts and he’s definitely got his own sources. He’s cited CTH as has Rush.

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    • Bull, It may not be loud enough but he has referenced CTH with links on his page and in the dialogue of his show. You may not want to but, if you go to his website and click on some of his prior podcasts he has “show notes” and the links to CTH are there. Immitation is the highest form of flattery.
      On a side note: As others have stated, being a bit under the radar, may actually be helpful and not give the targets too much of a heads up to prepare a defense. Although now I think the cover is fully blown. Hopefully as SD has referenced, it may well be to late for them to cover their collective a$$es as the investigation has been going on since Mid 2017.
      Maybe we should be a bit grateful that there are voices with more reach injecting CTH truth into the broader discourse.

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    • powderdayrules says:

      Howie Carr has given CTH credit more than once. Kudos.

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      • steph_gray says:

        So glad to hear that! Howie is fantastic. Whenever I get time to listen to his show live, I try to text him with CTH-gleaned factoids to embellish whatever he is talking about. I hope he and Grace and Steve don’t get tired of the “sundance at CTH says” messages, because I intend to keep it up!

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    • brian says:

      I am fairly new to CTH (discovered it 2 weeks ago) and cannot express enough gratitude for the eye opening guidance and education received via Sundance analysis. Thank you.

      Since I am new, and have devoured 30+ similar articles to this one in 2 weeks, connecting the dots, understanding mechanics of structure and process I had no idea existed until now: to me it is obvious Dan is reading this blog. For sure. Good for him. But credit the source, Dan.

      I was aboard the hyperventilation powered Sessions Is Compromised train. Not anymore. If what we all hope and pray soon unloads via Mr Huber and Horowitz, Sessions may go down as a master sting operation genius, on the right side of history

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  5. RLC2 says:

    Bongino has FBI Agent experience, so he has some insights- at 1:12 he talks about how the Mueller investigation is a smokescreen to hide the real spying scandal…
    (and at some point I hope Bongino makes the point that scooping up relevant findings for the special prosecutor ALSO keeps it privileged, and redactable from OTHER investigations….
    I wonder how that plays out for Sessions appointed investigator, and any new ones appointed for the biggest of all- ClintonStateGate-Uranium One white collar crime of the century with RICO felony penalties…)

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    • Bull Durham says:

      He was uniformed Secret Service, a cop basically. Then he did a few years as a real cop.
      He was never an investigative FBI guy.

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      • jackphatz says:

        …”He was never an investigative FBI guy”… so he’s one of the good ones!

        s/

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      • Dan Bongino was an agent and did duty protecting Bush then O. yes he obviously reads this site and uses it on his show. He generally does put credit in his show notes. Not that I like his style of show, and find he is a little over the top in his delivery. And his use of a second banana to play off of. The cohort is used to generate an authenticity to believe his appeal to authority. Better to have him on our side than fighting against us

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      • josco scott says:

        I listen to his podcasts. Bit of a blowhard, but love him for explaining Queens guy mentality to a Californian like me. Helps me understand the president.

        Bongino seems like a guy who has a lot of friends in law enforcement–he’s alluded to one who knows about McCabe’s “after hours recordings”–we’ll see what comes of that, because if true, Huber is on it right now.

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      • RLC2 says:

        Thanks, I stand corrected.

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    • AZ18 says:

      RL – haven’t seen this discussed much yet I haven’t read every comment. Sessions stated Hubner was leading a team of prosecutors. Look at this list that was linked in one of SD’s articles. Each one has a distinct skill/focus based on their ” resume”: JAG officer, former FBI Special Agent, Civil Rights and Counterintelligence, Tribal Justice, IG integrity, Public integrity, and white collar crime.

      I’m wondering if the prosecutors are already in place and Hubner is acting as a clearinghouse for the litany of crimes and corruption. Just a thought.

      https://www.justice.gov/usao-ut/pr/attorney-general-jeff-sessions-appoints-utah-us-attorney-john-w-huber-leadership-position

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      • DD More says:

        At least they appear to be listening. As posted 11/13/17.
        As for an “Independent, special prosecutor”? With the incestuous, everyone partners or former employees and years of payoffs and backroom deals in Swamp DC, the only way to truly get “Independent” would be to have the Special Prosecutor be impaneled in Far, Far Away and before a Constitutional Judge.

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  6. Justme says:

    As far as I know , the information available here at CTH is not compiled, dissected and analyzed anywhere else. I frequently listen to Bongino and he provides links to his show notes and what he refers to as the “Obamagate Files”. It’s usually good stuff, but again, not quite CTH good. I can’t remember how I first came across Sundance’s stuff about the Obama administration spying on Trump, but I certainly remember how it seemed to hit me right between the eyes. Seriously, it was almost too much to take in. I thought that I was surely looking at conspiracy theory stuff. I did a little more reading. I was flabbergasted, but tentatively shared with a couple fellow travelers. All of that to say, that it’s gonna be a hard sell on many, many people. Some people will never believe this happened.

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    • blind no longer says:

      I found the Treehouse through Breibart, for which I am ever grateful.

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      • more deplore says:

        i have a twin brother.. and for months he kept hitting me with sundance bombs.. i read gateway pundit, breitbart, daily caller, daily mail, and the donald on reddit.. so i feel like i get a pretty good mix of news.. but my brother kept telling me things and i would look at stuff differently.. so one day i was like bro,, how do you know all this stuff? i had to twist his arm, but he finally told me about the last refuge.. i guess he wanted to stay smarter than me but i am glad he found this place and finally told me about it.. thank you sundance..

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      • charliedan says:

        I found CTH on a link at American Thinker a couple of years ago. Have never left!
        AT contributors and people in the comments section refer to refer to CTH quite regularly.

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        • BobInFL says:

          I found CTH via Breitbart in the November/December 2015 timeframe. Not sure who it was in the comments section who provided links, but I saw them often enough that I finally clicked. I have rarely been back to Breitbart, never visit Drudge and rarely listen to Rush, Hannity, Levin et al any more. This is where I come to get real news/analysis and find the commentators here to be the most knowledgable, insightful and intelligent on the net.

          Thanks for all you do Sundance and fellow treepers! I have turned a number of friends and relatives onto the treehouse. It is a great place to start and complete the red-pilling process.

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      • MattyIce says:

        I found the Treehouse on Vox Day’s website, in the comments section.

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      • I prayed for God’s guidance to Google search for a good conservative website and He led me here. One America News (OAN) is great too.

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  7. RLC2 says:

    And Bongino explains how FBI Agents are affiants, not the ones who decide what crime is to be charged- that is the AGs job….
    Bongino “I believe that the transfer of classified information over unclass devices was not limited to Hillary Clinton- that there are people at the DOJ/AG who may have a similar problem, and may be what the Sessions prosecutor is investigating…plus leaks.”

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  8. Jptfst66 says:

    Nobody ever goes to jail. Plain and simple. I’ve been disappointed too many times.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Your pessimism isn’t entirely rational. It’s like depression. You can be cautiously optimistic. It’s more fun that way.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Think positive thoughts. Get some positive images in your mind. Like Hillary being dragged away from her Chappaqua compound in cuffs. 🙂

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        • Leapin says:

          While the arresting agents dump the rest of her wine bottle on the ground.

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          • dbcaldave says:

            I love that image of the HildaBeast being dragged off her compound in cuffs , in the dark, early morning hours and losing a shoe!! She has to be at a high level of freak out these days,…everyday only getting worse. Can you imagine?! Everyday the Noose is getting Tighter and her world is getting smaller . Also I am thinking that when she speaks lovingly of her Chardonnay these days, that is probably code for straight Vodka. I don’t think Chardonnay could cut it at this level of fear and dread. Yes, positive images👍

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            • BobInFL says:

              Saw Hillary giving her sexism excuse for losing/ being told to just go away (what next?) at Rutgers…..I said to my wife that she looked tired, sick and very jumpy. Being evil, living a lie and suspecting that the whole house of cards is beginning to sway in the now present wind gusts, have manifested in those bags under her eyes. She is being eaten from the inside out.

              Couldn’t happen to a more despicable wench! Lock Her Up!

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              • Lurker2 says:

                She’s like the Bernie Madoff of politics. Completely and irreparably corrupt. Don’t care if they killed people or ruined people’s lives. No soul.

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        • WSB says:

          Mine are a little bit more positive than that. LOL!

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        • vml9000 says:

          I simply do not trust the FBI/DOJ investigating themselves. I read SD regularly and no matter how much he touts Jeff Sessions…I simply do not trust the FBI/DOJ to investigate themselves.

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          • covfefe999 says:

            You are not alone. But knowing that Huber is working with Horowitz and apparently has been for many months is a good sign and should stop anyone from being hopeless. And keep in mind that if a special counsel were appointed there would be concerns about that person too. I think we’re all just so frustrated watching the Democrat crooks behave so abominably with no punishment for such a long time we tend to think justice will never occur. But that’s the depression-like thinking. I’m choosing to focus on the positive,

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            • OSP says:

              “watching the Democrat crooks behave so abominably with no punishment for such a long time”

              Plenty of wrongdoing on BOTH sides of the aisle.

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            • vml9000 says:

              You are right! If a Special Counsel was appointed, I wouldn’t trust him/her either. I just have so little trust in anyone but our President. There’s so much corruption and deceit everywhere in government and the press is pure agitprop…but I am not hopeless…Donald Trump the Great Lion is front and center and as long as he is President…hope is alive in our beloved country.

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          • Sharpshorts says:

            vml9000 – I understand your doubts but to expect that there exists an “independent
            and objective” alternative to investigate anything,/i> is just as much a pipe dream…

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            • DD More says:

              Sharp, there does exist and “Independent & Objective” Alternate. It just doesn’t work too well.
              One of the main problems is Congress has no remedy for corrupt prosecutors.

              How good is the DoJ Ethics Office. – From fiscal year 2002 through fiscal year 2013, the Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) documented more than 650 infractions, according to a Project On Government Oversight review of data obtained through the Freedom of Information Act and from OPR reports.
              During the 12-year period that POGO examined, OPR investigated about 2,100 allegations and substantiated about 650. “Over the past 10 years, the Department has filed over 800,000 cases involving more than one million defendants,” the Justice Department said in a March 2012 statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee. “In the same time period, only one-third of one percent (.33 percent) of these cases warranted inquiries

              http://www.pogo.org/our-work/reports/2014/hundreds-of-justice-attorneys-violated-standards.html

              But like all those nature shows, finishes with this statement – “No DoJ lawyers were injured or fired in review of misconduct”.

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            • vml9000 says:

              Yeah, Sharpshorts, you’re right! I’m at a point where I only trust Trump. As long as he is leading the charge, I believe there is hope.

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          • josco scott says:

            Just listened to David Horowitz on Rubin Report (old one) and he echoed Schweitzer’s assessment that Sessions is one of the rare truly GOOD, ethical people in Senate.

            I’ve always gotten that impression as well. That’s why I’ve always trusted Sessions–95%, anyway, because you can’t trust a human 100%. My gut feeling as well as the pathetic 30-year-old joke they had to drag out during his confirmation as the only evidence against him is proof to me.

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        How about kicking in Obama’s door scaring the $hit out of him and Michelle and then dragging ValJar out in cuffs. Subtle reminder to follow the long-held ex-presidential protocol!!

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  9. RLC2 says:

    Bongino “leaks of information classified at the highest level” citing the left wing investigator January piece about the Mike Flynn Kislyak investigation, based on a wire-tap, to unmask Flynn. Information in it, or about it, had to make it to that reporter …who ever leaked that is likely public enemy number one to the Sessions prosecutor…”
    Why? “Because there are people who are cooperating right now”…

    Hmmmm… LIsa Page has been very quiet, and didn’t she tell Strzok not to text her any more about that time?

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  10. Anybody besides me figure The Big Ugly starts this week? This looks engineered: http://time.com/magazine/

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    • covfefe999 says:

      What’s up with the black and white photos?? It’s like they’re attempting to make Sessions appear sinister.

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      • Raven says:

        Don’t forget this is the same Time Magazine that pre-printed copies with Hillary on the cover and titled “Madam President”.

        We shouldn’t be surprised they want to portray Sessions badly.
        The opening gambit of the article seeks to draw the analogy of Sessions becoming lost in the woods as a kid because he was following his dog.

        They’re trying to advance the notion that Trump followed Sessions because he promised to crack down on law and order and now Sessions has deserted Trump.

        As my daughter would say . . ‘whatever’.

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    • I clicked on the link to the Stormy cover. No not THAT Stormy! The Storm Is Here cover (haha). But I just couldn’t bring myself to read the article. Yes they know it’s coming and they are trying to make the old gent look evil.

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      “He has rescinded the Obama Administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and reversed its stances on voting rights and transgender rights.”

      O Team’s stance on voting rights—if you are in the US and living and breathing or your current residence is a cemetery and we can get you registered and an absentee ballot then it’s your LEFT to vote (I cannot bring myself to use the word right for such a leftist, socialist, Fascist tactic)!

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  11. “Timeline of Evil” at Aim4Truth(.)org > has easily searchable data base on

    Senior Executive Service sedition cult, which includes Wray, Rosenstein,

    Horowitz, Huber and 500 other DOJ lawyers for the deep state….TRIBUNALS !

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Do a little research on the people behind that site. Everyone and everything is evil, according to them, except themselves. They have no proof of any of their claims.

      Ask yourself – according to your site, no SES member can be fired. McCabe and Comey are both SES, according to your site. McCabe and Comey were both fired.

      That is called a logic fail.
      Consider your source.
      Even Alex Jones sticks to provable facts. These people have none.
      Stick with The Truth.

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  12. Donna in Oregon says:

    I have suggested many times on this blog that the Memorandum by the FISA/FISC in April 2017 should have been used as by President Trump:

    A (writ of) mandamus is an order from a court to an inferior government official ordering the government official to properly fulfill their official duties or correct an abuse of discretion. (See, e.g. Cheney v. United States Dist..)

    To force the court to address the Obama admin.’s illegal acts: Trump administration members unmasking, illegal interference in an election, and the illegal acts of the DOJ etc. Add any other evil doers.

    The FISC/FISA court is right under the Supreme Court and the Memorandum they wrote can be replied to via the writ of mandamus. Many of the dishonest actors are still in the US government and the FISC court.

    President Trump can clean the floor with these Swamp creeps and their muh Russia fakery. Make Chief Justice John Roberts call in Hillary, her law firm, etc. to answer for the FISA abuse.

    Why should President Trump wait one more day?

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  13. RLC2 says:

    PS: other sources and pundits are smelling the same blood in the water…
    and doing their part to educate the folk who don’t have the time to pay as close attention here:
    https://truepundit.com/turley-sessions-appointing-utah-federal-prosecutor-much-better-for-trump-than-2nd-special-counsel/

    Its all good- everyone has a part to play…

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  14. Trajan says:

    I believe Huber started BEFORE Comeys last interview in August. So Huber has been concurrent with Horowitz as a tag team. Mike catches them the Huber prosecutes. People confuse their lack of patience with Jeffs ability to do the job right and secretly. They are used to quick,, ,leaky and sloppy with no prosecutions. Not this time. Trump and Jeff made sure they did it right. They knew that they have one chance only. Jeff better have crossed his t’s and dotted his i’s. People are more spoiled than they know. Me, I’d rather wait 4 years and have a 90% success rate of drainage, than to have it rushed in 2 with a 505 yield of accuracy. I can wait. I’m not worried. When on March 10 2017 Jeff Sessions demanded Rosenstein’s resignation prior to his approval, Trump said no. We are keeping Rod (who is useless tool), and he handed him a noose to hang himself by letting him sign more FISA’s that Trump already knew about. It’s why he overrode Jeff. Jeff knew Rod was bupkus. Don wants to see him drown

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  15. The People are to be forgiven for trying to make heads or tails of this byzantine monstrosity of a legal system that has been excised of anything resembling common sense. Goodness, they have their hands full trying to make ends meet as butchers and bakers.

    One technique of alienating the People is to put the legal system out of easy conceptual reach. A counter-intuitive system strengthens the legal guild and the political class. Complexity abets billable hours and malfeasance.

    While I admire SD’s mastery in negotiating the weeds, I find myself asking almost simultaneously– Why are there so many weeds? Who benefits from the weeds? Why can’t the weeds be hacked away? Part of the Man of Lawlessness’ mission is create a world where justice vanishes right before our eyes, almost as if by some dark weird magic. How is it that we’re surrounded by dozens of attorneys and law enforcement professionals

    The People’s frustration on the radio is both palpable and warranted, and I applaud their patience and diligence in trying to understand. John bon Gino has enriched himself in amongst the weeds. Now he makes a pretty decent living explaining the weeds to the peeps. His patronizing exasperation with the callers is classic for a lot of symptomatic reasons.

    Experts Systems folks will tell you complexity creates vulnerability. It will not surprise me if, at the end of this Rube Goldberg odyssey, exactly nothing spills out the back end. We’ve seen it before. Complexity also dissipates energy and eats time.

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  16. MTK says:

    Much of what passes as inquires into direction of IG Horowitz’s investigation is a natural reaction of wanting to be a fly in the wall.

    That is the delusional appeal of social media commentary, “The belief that we have direct access to the people behind the investigation through our social media commentary. In effect, giving us a false sense of sitting at the table. It is a hard pill to swallow, but as someone who has been a student of social commentary since the infantile days of geocities, and that is a long time in terms of the internet social commentary, the trend I have observed is one of a devoicing process.”

    We all have opinions, and to think that the CTH is not another social media forum is a falacy.
    The reality is an either/or proposition. It is either justice is going to be served or it is a farce.
    That is the sixty four thousand dollar question none us can answer. We have to wait and see.

    However IMHO, and this a big shout out to treepers. To anyone who has invested many hours following Sundance’s blog, this blog and the those that take the time to write commentary are HUGELY DIFFERENT to my devoicing statement about social commentary.
    We are not voiceless, yet we are not party to the investigation directly. Yes it frustrating to see the pace.
    However, back to my either/or supposition, the path or plan to roll up this investigation is proceeding according to a legal process that Sundance’s has spelled ad infinitum.
    One we have to trust, because it is the only game plan that a snow ball chance in hell to root out the corruption at the heart of our Republic.
    The either/or paradox falls squarely, again IMHO on the letter exchanges from Nunes, Grassley and Goodlatte to the American people.
    I say, the American people because while the letters where directed to the DoJ, FBI and others within the Executive there is ZERO ability to separate the content of these letters to frame the inquiry back onto the DoJ without the understanding that the ultimate targeted audience was none other than that of us citizens being spoken to and INFORMED.

    The content of these letters are in effect either a big pile of BS and a farce OR a concerted effort to serve the people of this country.

    So to believe that justice is being served really does fall into the domain of answering this unknown.
    It is a choice, either you believe or you don’t.
    I choose to believe, because the alturnative is to accept it is all a farce with all the bagage of that this Nation is a farce.

    Think of this way, this forum may very well be an ad hoc impaneled grand jury, where our elected officials and public servants are daily reminded of their dually charged Consitutional Authority to UPHOLD the law.
    Now, that is a great reclaim of our voice.

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    • MTK says:

      Thank you WSB.
      That is a big endorsement for you to acknowledge my post.

      Just, listened to Bongino’s radio podcast.
      Here are some of my insights to the Session controversy.

      – His recusal was STRATEGIC. IMHO, if Sessions lead the charge into the FISA court and FBI’s politicalization investigation then the prosecutorial side of investigation would never be able to address the counter political charge that Session’s was now seeking validation of his investigation as a purely ego trip. Which is to say, Session would need convictions to validate his own investigation. It is a basic psychology argument that would enable discrediting of the investigation.

      – The same could be said of a special counsel.

      – How do we know, that individuals such as Hannity and Levin have not come around or where activitely running interfences with the MSM to shelter Horowitz and Huber until they got their ducks in row. Meaning, if Session let loose on the extent of investigation say from the get go, would not there be huge pressure by the MSM and Congressional fractions to force jumping the gun and allow spin operators a seat at the investigative table.
      If one accepts this observation then one has to also accept the foil Session has played and the narrative Session is not up to the task.
      In essence, accepting Session as weak on the investigating as a smoke screen gave the MSM a tempest in a tea cup narrative at best.

      – Lastly, and again this is huge IMHO. The direction Session has employed has done a great service to this Nation. For at the end of the day. If the enventual fallout of actual criminal charges rises to political figures. How does this Nation avoid the appearances to the international community of purge, akin to Mao’s Gang of Four or Stalin’s show trials.
      It does so by prosecuting under the existing statures and laws of the Federal Govt, which is only able to proceed within the apparatus in place. Hence the ground work laid out by Congressional Oversight. Hence the tight reigns of investigative control.

      Any one can doubt Sundance’s reporting and play arm chair general second guessing.
      My responce to those is in a single recent photo. How does one get, such an intimate access photo as PDJT and VPP sitting in Limo. You don’t.

      I still love the photo of PDJT standing at the Oval Office Desk that has become the main stream of many of Sundance’s blogs.
      To me it says the BS stops here.

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  17. AH_C says:

    I like listening to Mark Levin every evening. But on this and tariffs, he’s going to eat a whole crow.

    That goes for a few other legal scholars. They have been conditioned to view it from the lens of the status quo, instead of going back to the relevant laws on the books, Inspector General mandate, and reevaluate. Instead they assume, and you know what happens when you assume.

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  18. pnj01 says:

    The article notes: “Absorbing the DOJ has a long-standing criminal investigation will likely create anxiety for those committed to an irrational intolerance of Attorney General Jeff Sessions; but the substance remains evident regardless of sentiment.” Actually, the existence of a long investigation means little if the investigator is playing a game. Comey’s investigation of Hillary had been going on a long time on July 5, 2016.

    Could it be that Sessions is a fearless prosecutor who is going to bring down the Cabal? Perhaps, but perhaps not. The proof is in the end game. We can read all the tea leaves we want, but people used to think Jim Comey was Mr. Clean.

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  19. rsmith1776 says:

    I was (and, a little, am) among the doubters, but more and more esteemed Sundance seems to have been right all along.

    This latest blog entry is very very convincing and coherent.

    Thanks for keeping our hopes up and for the incredible work you do.

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  20. Everett Miller says:

    the coming storm will be so incredible–even Sundance will be amazed. I’ve yet to read his analysis that includes the FACT that the FISA judges are complicit in the conspiracy.

    The Sessions/Huber Prosecutions will also lay bare the case for IMPEACHMENT of several top-level judges–who knew that the Court was being scammed and did nothing. This complicit and tacit approval of the Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice will be the biggest outcome of these endless and bottomless crimes by the Elite Ruling Class.

    Trump’s best achievement, in the long run, will be the exposure of the fallacy of “separate by equal” in the branches up until he disrupts that canard along with all the other straw men he has burned.

    He will be able, finally, to tell the judges to take a long walk on the metaphoric pier.

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  21. Hey folks….need your help. There’s been a lot of chatter if Huber has actual prosecutor authority on the DOJ/FBI matter (interview, investigate, subpoena, grand juries, etc). Where does it exactly say he has prosecutorial powers in this matter? All I see is “review and recommend”

    There has been a lot of “agitprop” from conservative websites…a lot of disinformation by plants (IMO). I just want the record set strait (with sources)

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    • jeans2nd says:

      In the letter from AAG Stephen Boyd to Rep Goodlatte, Boyd details that a team of prosecutors is working on this. AG Jeff confirmed that USA Huber is leading a team of prosecutors.

      All these prosecutors/investigators report to USA Huber, who reports directly to AG Jeff, according to AG Jeff. This is all documented in previous posts here at CTH.

      USA Huber may not prosecute individual cases, or USA Huber may prosecute, idk. At any rate, a US Attorney prosecutes, and USA Huber is not alone, confirmed more than once.

      This may take a while longer than we would like, but guaranteed, there will be no more Noor Salmans literally getting away with murder in these cases. These cases will all be rock-solid and air tight.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      IMO it doesn’t matter if Huber is going to end up being the actual prosecutor. He and his team are working with the IG and figuring out who needs to wear handcuffs.

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  22. I listened live to this Friday… tweeted Bongino links to this site. 🤔

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  23. jackphatz says:

    None of us will know until it’s either over or we’re in the middle of it all. At least Dan Bongino has been on the Trump Train since day one. Everyone has to remember that Levin comes from the NerverTrump mindset. He will always find something of fault, always. I don’t know where all the others are mentally so I’ve stopped listening or watching. Too much chatter that goes nowhere.

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  24. rsmith1776 says:

    A 40+ minute video?

    Please say what is new/relevant/documented about its substance, if anything.

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  25. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    I listened to the show. I like Bongino and i agree with him here. Unfortunately too many people want revenge. I prefer justice. Most of the callers could not see past Mueller to Don’s argument about the significance of the prosecutor. We do not need the right wing version of Mueller to get justice. We need patience.
    I can’t tell how many times I have said to people “read the letter. Note the three small words that the screamers are ignoring AT THIS TIME”. Just like they overlooked his statement to Shannon Bream that he had appointed “someone outside of DC”, they are overlooking the significance to those three words.

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    • dawg says:

      So true, reading comprehension is evidently a rare skill these days. Everybody saying “Sessions refuses special counsel and instead decides to appoint an outside prosecutor”.

      Um, no. He said he already appointed a prosecutor, his name is Huber, and then basically laid out the process of how an SC would be appointed but said none needed, because, WE GOT THIS.

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  26. farrier105 says:

    First, Huber is not conducting a criminal investigation, according to the Sessions letter to Congress. Huber is not working under the auspices of a grand jury. Huber is REVIEWING the work of IG Horowitz. If Huber’s recommendation is to proceed with a grand jury action, a prosecutor will be assigned, and a grand jury empaneled, and the investigation that MIGHT lead to prosecutions will BEGIN with the attempt to gain a True Bill of Indictment, which is the formal finding that PROBABLE CAUSE EXISTS to bring the indicted persons to trial.

    We are not talking weeks, or even months here. Probably 18 months minimum, or more. Grand Juries work in secret, and, with Deep State and Democrats the targets of the grand jury, there shall be no leaks, as there shouldn’t be. This is what we can expect, and the outcome is unknown, and subject to war outbreak and economic dislocations diverting resources and attention spans.

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    • KBR says:

      Quote from Sundance article:

      Quote>The IG does not have legal or prosecutorial authority – the IG must immediately refer unlawful activity to the proper authority; essentially to his boss. A DOJ prosecutor is then assigned to work with the IG (as Jeff Sessions confirmed today) and essentially creates a parallel investigation focused only on the law-breaking part.

      [That prosecutor could, likely would, then begin a Grand Jury proceeding; and no-one outside the AG, AAG, and the ‘outside’ prosecutor’s office would know.] <end quote

      Reread that last sentence. Huber, indeed, is not "UNDER the auspices of a grand jury" as you state, because he has the authority himself to "begin a grand jury proceeding."

      Whether Huber has or has not "begun a grand jury proceeding", or even several or many,
      would only be public knowledge if there were leaks, which there are none apparent.

      In Sessions' statement, there was no disclaimer stating outright that Huber was not acting as a prosecutor: a statement of to whom a prosecutor reports in the performance of his duty, nor the nature of that prosecutor's reports, does not stop his prosecutorial authority, nor does it state any limits upon his prosecutorial authority.

      But even if you interpret what was stated as an outright statement, Huber does have a team of prosecutors that could prosecute under his authority.

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      • farrier105 says:

        What you wrote is exactly what I wrote; however, no criminal proceeding by a United States Attorney, or Assistant United States Attorney, has begun. There are always, in any criminal investigation, “infallible signs,” as Saint Thomas Aquinas might describe them, that there is a grand jury in existence.

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  27. Daxton Brown says:

    The problem with Huber is he blocked the Harry Reid indictments in Utah and can’t be trusted.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Don’t worry, when Huber and Feckless Jeff come up empty at the end of a 2-3 year process, we’ll all be off talking about some new scandal, maybe DJT’s impeachment!

      Seriously, how can anyone expect a DOJ employee (Huber) to investigate crimes committed within the DOJ? Huber is within a chain of command that reports to Rosenstein and Sessions. Huber’s career advancement depends on remaining in R & S’s good graces. As such, he will NEVER recommend a Special Counsel, because he knows that Sessions, his boss, doesn’t want a Special Counsel.

      Does anyone seriously think that Huber is going to go after his other boss, Rosenstein, even though Rosenstein **should** be in the crosshairs of any FISA abuse investigation for having signed off on one of the Page warrants, based on phony evidence?

      A Special Counsel is needed when there is corruption within an agency such that the agency cannot investigate itself. There is corruption within the DOJ. As such, it cannot investigate itself. From this it follows that a genuinely independent Special Counsel is needed. This is not rocket science. The DOJ investigating itself under Huber is NOT going to end well. We are all going to be left with the bitter taste in our mouths that we experienced after the failed Fast and Furious, Benghazi, and Lois Lerner investigations. We’ve been played before and we’re going to be played again. As for trusting Sessions, I’ll take my cue from Trump, who clearly does NOT trust Sessions and is plainly ANGRY with Sessions. And who can blame Trump? Sessions should NEVER have agreed to accept the AG position knowing that he would have to recuse himself on so many important and pressing matters.

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      • dawg says:

        “A Special Counsel is needed when there is corruption within an agency such that the agency cannot investigate itself.”

        So whats the IG for then??

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        • Westernwhere says:

          These crimes are crimes. The DOJ prosecutes crimes.

          If the DOJ does it’s job now the system works. The hangup is that there is an EIGHT YEAR BACKLOG.

          I don’t know long that takes to unjam, but I can wait a little longer.

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          • farrier105 says:

            It takes ONE INDICTMENT to unjam. That’s all. Just one indictment and watch the others fold like an Arkansas suitcase, as my dad used to say.

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        • Lurker2 says:

          Westernwhere is right. The DOJ attorney or a special counsel will prosecute crimes. The IG investigates internal affairs, things that are not crimes he can handle himself, things that are crimes he hands off to the DOJ

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        • farrier105 says:

          The IG looks to find policy. procedural, and ethical violations of DOJ employees for which they could be disciplined, or prosecuted by DOJ prosecutors, not the IG. If you abuse the privileges of driving an FBI vehicle, you will probably be terminated after the IG, or most likely, the Office of Professional Responsibility gets done with you. You might be prosecuted if you cause severe loss of property, or kill someone, with the FBI vehicle, but the OPR or IG won’t prosecute you for it.

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      • Lurker2 says:

        Does anyone seriously think that Huber is going to go after his other boss, Rosenstein

        Some people are concerned about that. IMO there’s a 50-50 chance, maybe even better from our point of view, that Huber’s a good guy and WILL go after anyone who committed a crime. Rosenstein doesn’t have a lifetime appointment, he can be fired at any time.

        I was looking at an announcement of US Attorneys by Holder in 2010. Very similar to the Sessions announcement in the latter half of 2017 (when he announced the appointments of Huber and others). On Holder’s list of four people were Lynch and Yates. Look how far they got. Maybe Sessions is eyeing Huber as a replacement for Rosenstein.

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        • Anonymous says:

          Lurker2 wrote: “IMO there’s a 50-50 chance, maybe even better from our point of view, that Huber’s a good guy and WILL go after anyone who committed a crime. Rosenstein doesn’t have a lifetime appointment, he can be fired at any time.”

          The IG reports to Sessions. Huber reports to Sessions and Rosenstein (in my understanding). The issue as I see it, as with any conflict, is the structure that’s in place, which tends to create disincentives that conflict with the attorney’s purported mission. In this case, Huber has to report to Rosenstein. That creates a huge disincentive wrt doing a proper investigation of Rosenstein, whom WE KNOW is entangled in the FISA abuse scandal. I don’t know what the odds are that Huber will “do the right thing,” but the solution to this problem is *not* to roll the dice and hope for the best. **The solution is to get rid of the conflict by appointing different personnel who are not conflicted.** And the only way to do that, so far as I can see, is to appoint a Special Counsel, i.e., a **true** and not merely nominal outside prosecutor. (What’s needed here is not an “outside prosecutor” in the sense of being merely outside the geographic region of the DC swamp, but rather someone who is truly outside, and thus truly free from, the corrupting influence of the DOJ, which appears to have been corrupted right to the top during the Obama era.)

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          • covfefe999 says:

            The solution is to get rid of the conflict by appointing different personnel who are not conflicted.

            Well said. This is the reason there should be a special counsel. There is a conflict. It’s real. Like you said, we shouldn’t have to roll the dice and hope that Huber can do his job properly. Mr. Recusal, Jeff Sessions, should know this. Maybe that’s why Sessions left the door open to a special counsel.

            If a special counsel is appointed can Horowitz and Huber pass on what they’ve got to that person?

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      • John says:

        If your taking your cue from Trump then you’re missing the point big time. If Trump was dissatisfied he’d fire Sessions and he hasn’t. he isn’t afraid to fire anyone. Trust SD and Q as well as PDJT

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        • Anonymous says:

          >John wrote: ” If Trump was dissatisfied he’d fire Sessions and he hasn’t. he isn’t afraid to fire anyone.”

          I disagree with your analysis. In theory, Trump *could* fire Sessions. But under the current circumstances, it would be like throwing gasoline on the fire of Mueller’s investigation, particularly any obstruction claims that might be lurking there. Further, it would be extremely difficult to get a replacement through the current Senate. Therefore, as a practical matter, Trump’s hands are tied wrt firing Sessions. The same, more or less, goes for firing Rosenstein. Trump could do it, in theory, but it would stir up such a hornet’s nest that we can safely predict he’s not going to do it. Trump is not happy with Sessions, however. He’s made that very clear. And I think he has good reason to be — Sessions should never have agreed to accept the AG position knowing that he would have to recuse himself on so many important and pressing matters.

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          • covfefe999 says:

            I agree with your entire comment. 100%. Sessions should never have agreed to accept the AG position. He would have been better off being second in command at the DOJ.

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      • You mean we were going to get fair investigations or a SC under an Obama admin with Holder and Lynch? Dream on.

        As to a 2nd special council….dream on with that as they’re nothing more than witch hunts with process crimes but no jail time. Such a SC would have to go through the politics, start up time and leak-leak-leak.

        No, what Sessions is doing is better.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Sessions should NEVER have agreed to accept the AG position knowing that he would have to recuse himself on so many important and pressing matters.

        I agree wholeheartedly.

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    • Yep. But who made the call to block it? Huber had a different boss then. If you were Huber, would that sit well with you? Could you then see this as an opportunity to balance the scales? Maybe.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      The problem with Huber is he blocked the Harry Reid indictments in Utah

      Can you (or anyone) supply a link with some info about this? I can’t find anything except this: http://kutv.com/news/local/local-prosecutors-feds-should-get-out-of-way-or-take-over-ag-cases

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  28. JX says:

    Consternation will be relieved when there are prosecutions.

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  29. KBR says:

    In the beginning of his broadcast, Bongino said “Let me scramble your eggs a little bit.”

    This is the audience’s two-minded brain on Levin:

    This is the audience’s two-minded brain after Bongino:

    IMO Bongino knew in advance that scrambling those eggs would cause chaotic responses.

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  30. Trajan says:

    Capitol Hill is quiet this week except for pro formas. Bolton next monday then Comey on the 15th.

    I suspect ONe of the IG reports comes out by Friday the 13th. If they drop it on That Friday would be epic. 2 days before Comey TV.

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  31. bkrg2 says:

    Now that Easter has passed, expect MOAB to drop later this week or early next at the latest. Then tactical stikes against the swamp on a regular coordinated basis through November.

    It still shocks me how many people continue to fall for the Sessions is useless hoax… yet none of them would bet against me – I could have been planning a very comfortable retirement i

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  32. Q says trust Sessions. Is the Q team legit? I tend to think so and would not be surprised to find out he/they are associated with Binney and his group of white hats/patriots in the deep state. Am I missing anything?

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  33. Westernwhere says:

    While spreading my new wings as a freshly minted Trump conservative, I subscribed to a number of conservative podcasts. Levin and Bonginio are unbearable bombastic nitwits, Bill MItchell is not much better. Anything from the National Review or Foreign Affairs crowd is simply unbelievable. KCRW’s Left, Right and Center should be re-titled to Left, Left, and Demurral.

    It’s a wasteland. I got me CTS, and the Twitter Oracles and as far as podcasts goes Dellingpole is the most informative and interesting because it get us out the US nitty gritty and into the world due to it’s long form interview format. Quite Frankly is a decent podcast, it’s a bit like a radio drive time morning show, but pleasant enough, I also like Econ Talk, not politics, but politics adjacent and I fell like it makes me smarter.

    Rock On Treepers.
    MAGA

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  34. dawg says:

    The silence from Trumps twitter feed on the news of “Sessions refusing a special counsel” is deafening.

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  35. Side note: But for Bongino, I would not have known CTH existed. So there is that. I am grateful in the extreme!

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  36. Let me toss this out there. Let’s say that you are a dedicated DOJ prosecutor and a patriotic FBI investigator and under the prior administration your work/efforts were so politicized and blunted to achieve political and/or personal goals of said prior administration, would you not jump at the chance to stick it to the SOB’s that screwed with your professional career and justice? Maybe a bit pollyannish for folks here but I think it is plausible.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      Let’s hope that Huber and his team are that type of people! And let’s hope that Rosenstein has minimal involvement in the effort.

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    • farrier105 says:

      Chances are, the only bitterness involved on the part of the FBI case agent, or the AUSA prosecuting, would be the loss of all the STATISTICS that would be garnered if the case went forward: indictment, search and arrest warrants, convictions, etc., which are the sole means of judging their worth. As far as the loss to JUSTICE is concerned, most of them could care less about that. Being robbed of “stats” would be the motivation, and getting “stats” to replace those robbed from the earlier case, even if the accused is a SAINT in real life, would be the means to recover those lost “stats.”

      This is the subculture, or the petrie dish in which these bureaucratic microbes thrive.

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      • Never even entered my thoughts. So the fact that it affects their “batting avg.” and not results in a win (prosecution/justice served) is the the primary motivation? (Forgive the sports metaphor, just a method of digesting your post). Wow and ugh.

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  37. John Q Public says:

    Until I see Sessions standing in front of a podium and announcing indictments, I won’t believe it.

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  38. IMO says:

    AIM betsy&thomas sound like levin. b&t going scorched earth on everybody that doesn’t follow/agree with their conclave assessment. They lost 5000 youtube subscribers the last couple days. And then there’s that creepy recorded phone call thomas aka douglas saying he’s going to destroy jason over at crowdsource the truth. WTH is going on that saying comes to mind
    “You Know You’re Over The Target When You’re Catching Flak”

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  39. A continuing thread by intelligent and well-meaning commenters here is the lack of trust for the DOJ, FBI, etc. How can Mr. Huber and the team from the Inspector General’s Office be trusted to investigate themselves (i.e. other DOJ components)? It is a fair question. Here are my two cents.

    1. Federal agents, whether FBI, DEA, ICE or OIG, are by and large committed to doing the right thing, by doing their jobs the right way. They are committed to nailing the bad guys; indeed, the most common fault among federal agents (and I am an expert) is that they are more likely to “see” a criminal case than their counterparts in the U.S. Attorney’s office (the prosecutors). Professional agents also understand that even good cases get “declined” by the U.S. Attorney, for evidentiary reasons, policy reasons, etc. The agents accept that as part of their job.

    2. Agents do NOT understand a case being declined for purely political reasons, like Hillary Clinton. They do not accept that as part of the program, and when the agents do see corruption the leaks will start. They “leak” because there are no odds for an agent in being a Whistleblower. This is true, without regard to the agent’s political leanings or preferences.

    3. Example: the Democrat-appointed U.S. Attorney in Philadelphia, working with the FBI, has investigated and charged numbers of crooked Democrat politicians (the only kind we have here), including at least one Congressman. No insider here has ever heard of a political prosecution being thwarted by crooked DOJ or FBI people.

    4. Working agents are a breed apart from their top management, particularly the bureaucrats in D.C. The notion that most, or even many, FBI agents in “the field” would relate to, or sympathize with, Peter Strzok or Lisa Page is ludicrous in my experience. They are in a different world.

    5. When I was an INS agent (1974-1991), our “Central Office” in D.C. was constantly in a scandal, usually from lying to Congress. The collective view of the agents in the provinces was that Congress should show a little spine, and clear all of ‘em out.

    6. Once in the late 1980s I was assigned to a federal drug task force. One of the FBI agents on the team was caught stealing bulk cocaine from the evidence locker. He seemed like a nice guy, but no one among us circled the wagons to defend him. We were sworn federal agents first.

    All by way of saying, have a little faith. [As to your frustration at how long all this takes, I am with you.]

    Steve Britt
    Assistant U.S. Attorney (ret’d)
    Special Agent, USINS (1974-1991)

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    • LDave says:

      Thank you for your posts, and for your service.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      Loretta Lynch and Sally Yates used to be US Attorneys. Appointed while Obama was in office. (Or re-appointed, I didn’t check.) Huber was too. This is one reason why people are nervous. Also there was the stonewalling issue, Congress calling for documents and DOJ slow to respond.

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      • Lurker2 says:

        And another thing, when Lynch and Yates had their high positions, or when McCabe and Comey did, or when Ohr did, why didn’t the good people under them turn whistleblower? This too contributes to the air of mistrust. It’s like people are more worried about their own careers than seeing justice done.

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      • Anonymous says:

        Lurker2 wrote: ” Also there was the stonewalling issue, Congress calling for documents and DOJ slow to respond.”

        That is indeed worrisome. It may turn out in the end that Sessions was doing a great job behind the scenes — OR MAYBE NOT (and by then it will be too late to change things). But the fact of the matter is that Trump supporters can point to a number of examples of actual behavior by Sessions (including the failure to act) that weigh against Sessions as being an effective AG, and as such weigh against the conclusion that we should trust him to do the right thing. I trust Trump; I do not trust Sessions (hope I’m proved wrong in the end).

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        • farrier105 says:

          It is not “worrisome.” “Outrageous” and “intolerable” are more accurate in description for this CRIMINAL behavior. These people are recalcitrant SOCIOPATHS and they need to feel it..

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    • farrier105 says:

      If you count on these agents to save the country, you most assuredly shall be disappointed. THEY WOULD HAVE DONE IT BY NOW. Accumulating “stats” is their most important objective in life, followed by complete submission to the hierarchy of authority. It does not take long for a case to be distorted in the process of “editing paper,” so that some “little guy” gets boiled in oil, while the big shot walks. Everyone obeys to keep their jobs. Keeping the job becomes the most important thing in the world to them, followed by the pension when the burden of carrying 20+ years of the muck and indignity weighs them down. None of them can wait to get out. For 20+ years it is the stats, and sucking up to authority, then the exhausted wait to GET OUT. That was what amazed my father. He hated to retire from his job. Feds just can’t wait for it.

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  40. Fairwood Fury says:

    CTH is the best in the media about explaining the upcoming exposure to the past debauchery. But what I’ve not seen is the events leading to Sessions recusing himself. How did the Black Hats know he would do this? It seemed baked into their plan, and then, wouldn’t you know it, he recused himself. Or was that part of the white hats plan to mow all the black hats down, him being off the radar? When Sessions recused himself, was that a trap set by the white hats? I’d love to know the details around that whole event.

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  41. Another Scott says:

    Sessions + Horowitz + Huber = process that can continue regardless of the November 2018 elections. Even if the Democrats win back the House or Senate and reconfigure all the intelligence and other committees this investigation will proceed and everything will come out. Another of the many reasons the Sessions approach is so solid. Special counsels and certainly congressional investigations are much more sensitive to political swings….

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  42. Ospreyzone says:

    The permanent state has Mueller, and the PDJT white hats have Sessions. It appears to me that it’s a horse race now.

    Jeff Sessions’ nature is to do things in “series.” First, let the IG complete his investigation and report. Second, take recommendations from Mr. Huber regarding items he was privy to review during the IG’s investigation. Third, review Mr. Huber’s recommendations and decide if further “resources” are required. …and so on – you get the picture. This is very clean and by the book most certainly.

    Mr. Mueller on the other hand, has never conducted an “evidence based” prosecution in his life. He is notorious for attributing guilt and then searching for any paltry corroboration. Remember Anthrax? He may be considered irrelevant by some, but he has 13-federal prosecutors and at least 2-dozen FBI agents assigned to his malevolent mission, and he is no doubt being masterfully directed and supported by “the small group’s” puppet-masters.

    If the white hats cross the finish line first, and by that I mean with significant indictments of players like James Comey, Loretta Lynch, Andrew McCabe etc., then the Mueller mission may well be permanently derailed though toxic association.

    If the White Hats come in second however, and Mueller is able to cross the finish line first with an indictment of any kind against PDJT, then the race is over. (Conspiracy to obtain “something of value” from a foreign government during a campaign is his current go-to.) Any meager, white hat win subsequent to that will be considered nothing more than “chaff and countermeasures,” to borrow a phrase, fashioned by “fascist right-wingers” to protect the president.

    Time, Mr. Sessions, is of the essence.

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  43. Is Huber in DC? If in Utah, would he not be “out of jurisdiction” to pursue the investigation?

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  44. farrier105 says:

    Being a “subject” of an investigation, as seemingly opposed to a “target” of an investigation, is a distinction without a difference. Trump’s name, and the names of several of his entities, such as Trump, Inc., the Trump campaign, etc. are listed in the TITLE of the case, which appears at the top of any communication regarding this investigation from FD-302s to memoranda. If Mueller should interview Trump, it will be in the form of what is called a SUBJECT INTERVIEW. Mueller will bring witnesses, and he will inform Trump of his rights.

    Trump is a target, period. He was always the target, even if going after him for Russian collusion sounds stupid while letting Hillary, et. al. walk. Trump will be a target to the very end.

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  45. Apollo says:

    Still waiting…

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