HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes Discusses Political Weaponization of FBI/DOJ Intelligence…

Very interesting interview with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes earlier today.  Chairman Nunes discusses his current objective to gain the two-page “electronic communication” document that initiated the FBI and DOJ-NSD investigation into the campaign of presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Chairman Nunes is focusing more intensely on the use of FBI/DOJ counterintelligence operations a weaponized agencies against political opponents. As a result of that focus the origination documents gain increased importance along with the FISA Title-1 application used to conduct exhaustive surveillance on U.S. person Carter Page.

Another very interesting dynamic occurs toward the latter half of the interview where Chairman Nunes brings up the international allies, and specifically describes the origination of “The Alliance of the Orb“, against the backdrop of weaponized intel.

Every time the conversation expands to the political weaponization of domestic intelligence agencies (DOJ National Security Division and FBI) I cannot help but think back to an October 2016 presidential campaign speech by Donald Trump.  With hindsight, it would appear candidate Trump knew the apparatus of the FBI was weaponized against his election bid.

Read it, and see for yourself:

[…] For those who control the levers of power in Washington, and for the global special interests they partner with, our campaign represents an existential threat.

[…] This is not simply another 4-year election. This is a crossroads in the history of our civilization that will determine whether or not We The People reclaim control over our government.

The political establishment that is trying everything to stop us, is the same group responsible for our disastrous trade deals, massive illegal immigration, and economic and foreign policies that have bled this country dry. The political establishment has brought about the destruction of our factories and our jobs, as they flee to Mexico, China and other countries throughout the world. Our just-announced jobs numbers are anemic, and our gross domestic product, or GDP, is barely above one percent. Workers in the United States, were making less than they were almost 20 years ago – and yet they are working harder.

It’s a global power structure that is responsible for the economic decisions that have robbed our working class, stripped our country of its wealth, and put that money into the pockets of a handful of large corporations and political entities.

[…] This is a struggle for the survival of our nation. This election will determine whether we are a free nation, or whether we have only the illusion of Democracy but are in fact controlled by a small handful of global special interests rigging the system.

This is not just conspiracy but reality, and you and I know it.

[…]  They control the Department of Justice, and they even clandestinely meet with the Attorney General of the United States – in the back of her airplane, while on the runway – for 39 minutes – to most likely discuss her reappointment in a Clinton Administration just prior to the Attorney General making a decision over whether or not to prosecute Hillary Clinton.

Likewise, they have corrupted the Director of the FBI to the point at which stories are already saying the great men and women who work for the FBI are embarrassed and ashamed to what he’s done to one of our great institutions. Hillary Clinton is guilty of all of the things that Director Comey stated at his press conference and Congressional hearings, and far more – and yet he let her off the hook, while others lives are being destroyed for far less.

This is a conspiracy against you, the American people. (link)

 

Knowing what we know now, those words from October 13th, 2016, rally in West Palm Beach Florida hold a different resonance today, no?

Imagine you are a candidate for the office of the presidency and you realize your political campaign is a very real existential threat to the system. As you begin to accept this reality you have to think entirely different now.

These people are political enemies.

As troubling as it is to accept, you have to face the reality of a weaponized intelligence community aligned against you; and a professional political class who will deny it exists.

The system, including the media, are now in synergy to eliminate the threat you represent.

(Hmmmmm…)

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329 Responses to HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes Discusses Political Weaponization of FBI/DOJ Intelligence…

  1. John says:

    I think the Loretta Lynch interview is going to start the big ugly.

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    • MTK says:

      “I think the Loretta Lynch interview is going to start the big ugly.”

      Maybe.

      My hunch is DWS is going to bring out the Zippo lighters. My reasoning is that to go after Lynch is to jump the gun into the political realm to soon. My reasoning is the ground work to indict DWS makes the case much more obvious to indict other political persons easier. Specifically when trying to cross the bridge from the ‘small group’ activities to the political machinery of the DNC and previous adminstration.
      This opinion is based on that the activities of DWS bridges the influences HRC ‘creatures’ excerted on governmental institutions. Whereas, going after Lynch’s role, just ends in politics.
      While, following up the Horowitz report by prosecuting the political corruption surrounding DWS shines daylight on the wider political scandle.

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      • AH_C says:

        Think we’re only talking about her now because she decided to sit for an interview by the Dolt.

        But considering your point, that may be why she’s coming out to give her side of the story and hopefully stall the rest of the draining by making it all about the political, rather the criminal enterprise it is.

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  2. Donna in Oregon says:

    When Whip Steve Scalise was ambushed the members of the GOPe got a warning shot too.

    The 2nd Amendment stuff is a ruse to attack opposition to the Swamp. The gun stuff is a distraction and coordinated effort.

    Devin Nunes relied on Trey Gowdy’s ‘expertise’ to get a read on the FISA warrant that according to Gowdy was redacted during his examination.

    Gowdy was a prosecutor and he got skittish as soon as he was put on the House Oversight Committee. Same thing with the Fox dude Jason Chaffetz.

    Please note that no Globalist Swamp have been attacked.

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  3. Gbear says:

    I have a poster of “Rosty, “the postman” Rostenkowski from the 1994 term limits push. I hope this turns out better for the electorate than that scandals remediation.

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  4. Stormyeyes says:

    Yes They were Miller speeches. I was at the inaugural and thought by the way he spoke that he knew something, The way he looked at others (Clintons, Obamas) and the steel in his eyes and voice told me he meant business. Was awe inspiring.

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    • mj_inOC says:

      Yes, thank God for Stephen Miller.
      Wise, prescient, fearless.
      Taught and cut from the same cloth, as AG Sessions—his former boss, but in a more articulate, strategic way.

      Stay tuned… and pray harder.

      Jeremiah [and God] understand.

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  5. Brant says:

    This may have been noted before, but I wonder if part of the timeline for info drops is see what Lynch and Comey say in their television interviews? Comey sure to have some book related interviews.

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  6. positron1352 says:

    I check into Q anon analyses and some have said that according to Q: McCabe prosecution first, the Comey, Brennan and Clapper. Next phase: Hillary. Don’t know if any of this is true. It is interesting though.

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    • Hope I live long enough to see them.

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    • cozette says:

      Q has said absolutely NOTHING about the order of prosecutions nor did he mention those names. Your comment “according to Q” is wittingly or unwittingly false. He did however recently warn that people would start posting false Q claims to undermine Qs credibility. Please be careful. That being said, Q did say that this month the tarmac meeting and Awan would resurface. Also the IG Report would drop, indictments would be unsealed and arrests would begin. Also the DHS/ODNI report on the 2016 election would be made public.

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      • old deplorable owl says:

        Re-read the first sentence carefully and you should spot the same weasle-wording that CNN and MSLSD use when they’ve cooked up a new batch of poo to fling at the wall in an adherence test. Name a valid source, then IMPLY the words came from that source without actually saying so………….

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  7. tvollrath66 says:

    I have watched that speech over and over. Especially during the first 8 months of last year. I watched it again a few weeks ago. I get cold chills all over me every time i hear it, knowing that he “gets it” so much better than i have ever thought. I am so thankful we finally have someone on our side…and a winner at that!
    That speech has pull me through plenty of the gaslighting.

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    • Jan says:

      Us Americans have waited a long time to find this guy. That he knew what he was signing up for speaks to his goal: Making America Great Again. That speech is so prophetic. I love this guy. How lucky are we that this guy steps up & he knows America, sees it for what it used to be & what it can be. And he says to the Establishment, among other things, you’re dead. There’s a new sheriff in town & he doesn’t owe you schiff! Pres. Trump, you go guy!!

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  8. Stormyeyes says:

    Interesting thoughts

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  9. MTK says:

    “Chairman Nunes is focusing more intensely on the use of FBI/DOJ counterintelligence operations ‘A'( my emphasis) weaponized agencies against political opponents.”

    Outside of the meaningful article of ‘to’ instead of ”a’, I am confused by this, however who wants to enter the land of the meaning of ‘is’.

    Is it poor English by design, or indicative of the perils of ahead? A legal mind can flay alive an argument with just one wrong miss placed or used word.
    Goes to show the level of the details that examiners of requested documents to Congressional oversight face.

    One miss placed article of grammer can change to entire coarse of the Horowitz report.
    Hence, the rush to force Horowitz’s hand.

    As sure as the Sun rises in the East, you can cash and deposits this check, just like the weight of the rhetoric compelling IG Horowitz to release show his hand(looking for deviations in FISA applications), any nuanced grammer will be seized apon to discredit the report.

    IG Horowitz tell them to go pound salt.

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    • waterside4 says:

      Sorry MTK, I am struggling to keep up with this unfolding drama from this side of the pond.
      Without being too disrespectful to your good self, the lack of proof reading in your piece here is strange.
      Is it me, or are you deliberately “misplacing” your own grammar?

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  10. AH_C says:

    Lying Ryan bummed out that he doesn’t get to touch the orb?

    O/T, every time I see that logo (in Ryan’s picture) , I think of the old Sun IT logo from the 90s and early 00s.

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  11. tempo150101 says:

    I don’t know about Ryan anymore. I liked him at first as an up-and-coming fresh Republican face. Then for a while I hated him, understanding that he is tied at the hip with Boehner and Kasich and the establishment. But now I’m wondering if Trump has gotten him to flip, not because he loves Trump but because it’s the right thing to do. One thing I will say about the guy. I don’t think he’s one of these guys who would sell out the country after he’s been given proper schooling.

    A lot of this has to do with the fact that it’s hard to swim upstream even if you know what people are doing is the wrong direction. It’s that rare person like Trump or Reagan or Kennedy who has the Charisma and the sheer force of will to do that and to change the Paradigm as they say.

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  12. jello333 says:

    “Imagine you are a candidate for the office of the presidency and you realize your political campaign is a very real existential threat to the system.”

    We know how Trump handled this realization, and what he’s been doing ever since to try to change that system, and to bring our enemies to justice. But there was another person who, at one point, was in a very similar position.

    “Imagine you are a candidate for the office of the presidency and you realize your political campaign is a very real existential threat to the system.”

    How different would things have been now if Bernie Sanders had had the desire and courage of Trump to REALLY shake things up, instead of just paying a little lip service? Had Bernie dropped out of sight after he left the primaries, and waited till after Trump won, and THEN declared that Trump was right and that he’s gonna help him blow up the system… wow, I think this whole past year and a half would have been SO much easier. And I think we may have already seen a bunch of scumbags in orange jumpsuits.

    But alas, Bernie proved he wasn’t really much different from those he used to rail against. Dude could have been a hero after all, this time for the RIGHT reasons… but no.

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  13. waterside4 says:

    Sorry MTK, I am struggling to keep up with this unfolding drama from this side of the pond.
    Without being too disrespectful to your good self, the lack of proof reading in your piece here is strange.
    Is it me, or are you deliberately “misplacing” your own grammar?

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