The DOJ and FBI “Small Group” Motive Behind The Raid on Michael Cohen…

Earlier today I wrote on Twitter: “The raid on Michael Cohen’s home and office was gov. directed political opposition research. The FBI/DOJ officials who carried out the raid will leak the content to media to damage POTUS & engineer narratives for election(s). That was the intent of the raid.”

Allow me to provide the fact-based argument behind that statement. Beginning with a very basic baseline fact:

You can call it a soft-coup, or you can call it politicization of the DOJ and FBI, but the end result is the same – the intentional effort to manipulate, influence, and ultimately subvert an election for the presidency of the United States.

It is an inarguable reality that ideologues within the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation used their positions to conduct a political operation against the candidacy of President Trump.  There is currently an Office of Inspector General investigation by Michael Horowitz to discover the scale of that basic truth.

The ongoing OIG investigation has already released some of the investigative evidence proving the motives of the participants.  Additionally, through records and releases stemming from outside the OIG investigation, it is a fact the intelligence apparatus within the national security divisions of the DOJ and FBI used their databases to conduct unlawful searches of political opposition; and allowed ‘contractors‘ to do the same.

These clear facts exist regardless of opinion or sentiment therein.

It is also a fact the entities behind the 2015, 2016 and 2017 political operations are still at large, holding their same ideology, and presumably working toward their admitted end goal.  No-one, with the exception of the fab-five, has been forced to cease and desist.

Additionally, part of the false information from within the “small group” collective effort was Christopher Steele naming Michael Cohen as a Trump campaign entity who traveled to Prague to meet with Russian operatives.  The outcome of that false and publicized statement resulted in Michael Cohen suing Buzzfeed and Fusion-GPS to discover how the Clinton-Steele Dossier reached the false conclusion.

♦We know the Steele Dossier contains content that was not exclusive to Christopher Steele.  ♦We know Fusion GPS held proprietary ownership of the Steele Dossier content. ♦We reasonably know that Nellie Ohr provided much of the research for the dossier content. ♦We know that FBI contractors, perhaps Fusion entities, used unlawful FBI FISA-702 searches to gain information that was passed on to Fusion-GPS and Nellie Ohr etc.  ♦We also know the story of Michael Cohen traveling to Prague is inside the Steele Dossier; and we know the story is false – It was the wrong Michael Cohen.

Within the Cohen -vs- FusionGPS lawsuit there exists a very reasonable -and accurate- risk to the intelligence surveillance operatives who made the mistake.  Arguably that mistake could link the use of FBI and NSA database searches to the intelligence laundry scheme between the Clinton campaign, Fusion GPS, Nellie Ohr and the Christopher Steele Dossier.

So with all of that said, there are a multitude of motives for the “small group”, and those who support the “small group”, to oppose President Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen.  Consider the bigger picture behind their prior activity, engagements and motives therein. In the aggregate they have not been challenged, stopped or blocked; and as a result, all of those ideological allies have nothing to lose.

Adding fuel to the multidimensional motive, the U.S. media apparatus, writ large, is in alignment with the “small group” objectives.

The evidence of the media motive surfaces amid dozens of leaks surrounding the FBI raid against Michael Cohen.  From those leaks hundreds of stories are being written regardless of accuracy.  What each of those stories has in common is a baseline the FBI took information from the raid. This is the critical point to understand.

The actual content recovered from the FBI raid is irrelevant.  What the media needed was the raid itself.  The raid presents the factual cornerstone of every written article – from which any false assertion can be made about the content.  The media needed the raid, the media does not need the content.  See how that works?  We are seeing this in hundreds of articles based on anonymous sources who frame the narrative of content.

Accepting this reality we discover the big-picture “small group” motive.  That motive facilitated by the same ideological allies who conducted the 2016 campaign against the candidacy of their enemy, Donald Trump.

There may be voices who have yet to understand the full scope of just how badly the DOJ and FBI are corrupted by politics.  There are still some voices, co-dependents in their own abuse, who don’t understand or have forgotten the recent political history of the FBI and DOJ as it relates to other matters of ideological opposition.

Those co-dependent voices seem to overlook, or forget, a recent Federal Judge dismissing the entire case against the Bundy family because of gross DOJ misconduct:

U.S. District Court Judge Gloria Navarro dismissed the charges against the four men “with prejudice,” meaning they cannot face trial again. She said a new trial would not be sufficient to address the problems in the case.  A federal judge on Monday said the federal prosecutors’ conduct was “outrageous” and “violated due process rights” of the defendants.  (link)

Those co-dependent voices seem to overlook, or forget, a stunning rebuke of ALL DOJ attorneys in the DAPA case as outlined in a judicial ruling by Federal Judge Andrew Hanen:

“The United States Department of Justice (“DOJ” or “Justice Department”) has now admitted making statements that clearly did not match the facts. It has admitted that the lawyers who made these statements had knowledge of the truth when they made these misstatements. The DOJ’s only explanation has been that its lawyers either “lost focus” or that the “fact[s] receded in memory or awareness.” [Doc. No. 242 at 18]. 2 These misrepresentations were made on multiple occasions starting with the very first hearing this Court held. This Court would be remiss if it left such unseemly and unprofessional conduct unaddressed. 3  (read 28-page ruling)

So… it is not a matter of ‘if’ the DOJ was/is a corrupt organization entirely infected by political ideologues at almost every level. That troubling reality exists, and it is supported by those who should know best; federal judges who see the gross ideological corruption.

The FBI is structurally broken.  The organization is fractured beyond repair by political ideologues who operate at all levels.  It does no good to continue looking at the situation through a false prism.  Facts, evidence and actual behavior must be accepted.

FBI agents doing an honest job would not be conducting secret activities, falsifying evidence to FISA Courts, engaging in unlawful FISA-702 searches and shaping their investigations based on their sentiments toward the targets therein.  That’s just a fact; and it doesn’t take your accepting it to change the truth of it.

Unfortunately the oft-used “we support the field agents, and are not talking about the FBI people in the various field offices etc.” is a bunch of co-dependent enabling of our abusers. It is simply a bunch of hogwash feel-good double-speak; it is also entirely false.

Ask the Parkland, Florida parents about the Miami FBI field office and their opinion therein.  Ask the families of the Orlando Pulse nightclub victims about their opinion of the Orlando FBI field office.  Ask the families in/around San Bernardino, California how they feel about their local FBI field office.  Ask Garland, Texas.  Ask, runners in/around Boston, Massachusetts, how they feel about the FBI local field office.

You see, just like the DOJ from Oregon to Texas, the FBI issues are not limited to the offices in Washington DC.

So yeah, the FBI raid on Michael Cohen’s home, office and apartment in New York is just as connected to the systemic ideological enterprises that exist in all manner of other DOJ and FBI examples.  The intents are entirely political and the outcome therein is entirely predictable.

If anyone from the FBI or DOJ want to prove me wrong.  Please; go ahead.  You don’t have to do much to prove it.  I’ll accept the absence of Michael Cohen leaks and media stories as evidence of your commitment. However, I won’t be holding my breath.

Until then, my statement on Twitter stands as demonstrably true.

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817 Responses to The DOJ and FBI “Small Group” Motive Behind The Raid on Michael Cohen…

  1. jnr2d2 says:

    Sundance,
    Please clarify which way you lean as to Rosenstein/Mueller being White Hats” or “Black Hats.”
    Theory One: After R/M raps up with a “nothing burger” regarding Trump, and when the DOJ goes after Dems, even up to and possibly including Obama, with tactics employed by Mueller’s team against Trump, there will be no possible out-rage (except the true koolade drinkers on the far left).
    Theory Two: “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.” That is, this counter-intel, election interference, corruption of FBI/DOJ and the intelligence services, and sedition/coup investigation is meant to also sweep up Rosenstein and Muller (and some members of his team?) , based on their current and past activities(Uranium One, and other F-ups by the duo in other joint cases they worked).

    Pick a theory, and explain why. Or is there a third theory?

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  2. “You can call it a soft-coup, or you can call it politicization of the DOJ and FBI, but the end result is the same – the intentional effort to manipulate, influence, and ultimately subvert an election for the presidency of the United States.”

    Using another terminology, the custodians of Managed Democracy (Bernays, Lippmann, et al) are bastardizing the legal process to sustain what is essentially an oxymoronic mission. Because Managed Democracy sets for itself the task of herding cats. because it is unnatural it must constantly be enforced by a prevailing narrative. The only way to herd cats is to scare cats.

    Aided by alt-narrative platforms, the practitioners of Direct Democracy (the People) are getting a renewed sense of their power. The Trump phenomenon was a real novelty in this tightly controlled game. Because we knew they didn’t like him, that made him ours.

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  3. Charlotte says:

    PLEASE RETWEET- OFTEN:

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    • MIKE says:

      Every day the Preident’s EO issued December 21, 2017 becomes more and more relevant.

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      • “Beware of over-confidence; especially in matters of structure.” — Cass Gilbert (1859 – 1934) prominent American architect and designer of the US Supreme Court Building.

        President Trump may not have the above displayed in the Oval Office, but I’m betting he keeps it on a slip of paper in his wallet.

        The overconfidence effect is a well-established bias in which a person’s subjective confidence in his or her judgments is reliably greater than the objective accuracy of those judgments. Overconfidence is one example of a miscalibration of subjective probabilities. Throughout the research literature, overconfidence has been defined in three distinct ways: (1) overestimation of one’s actual performance; (2) overplacement of one’s performance relative to others; and (3) overprecision in expressing unwarranted certainty in the accuracy of one’s beliefs. — Wikipedia

        Our President has been accused of many things, but underestimating the arrogance and over-confidence of this nation’s domestic enemies is not one of them. They are all means-justify-the-ends lawyers, after all.

        “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits … Every sound tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears evil fruit. A sound tree cannot bear evil fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.” — Matthew 7:15-19 (Jesus speaking)

        And, speaking of Cass Gilbert, President Theodore Roosevelt’s letter to him as he prepared to leave office in 1908 is illuminating. It was during Roosevelt’s administration that the “Executive Mansion” was expanded and re-christened as the “White House.”

        “During my incumbency of the Presidency the White House, under Mr. McKim’s direction, was restored to the beauty, dignity and simplicity of its original plan. It is now, without and within, literally the ideal house for the head of a great democratic republic. It should be a matter of pride and honorable obligation to the whole Nation to prevent its being in any way marred. If I had it in my power as I leave office, I should like to leave a legacy to you, and to the American Institute of Architects, the duty of preserving a perpetual ‘eye of guardianship’ over the White House to see that it is kept unchanged and unmarred from this time on.”

        “The White House is a real dump.” — President Trump, referring–literally and figuratively– to the mess he had inherited from his predecessor, President Obama. Which, of course, is not how the MSM spun it.

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    • Judiciary says:

      Wow, the plot sickens

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    • You have just got to be kidding! The FBI worked with this monster? Gave him an award? This is just sickening!

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  4. frank says:

    Who raided Cohens office ?Don’t tell me it was the holy rank and file of the FBI we hear about all and every day.

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  5. Obama was in office for 8 years.

    EIGHT. YEARS.

    That means all senior and mid-level leaders and managers in the civil service (including DOJ, FBI, IRS, EPA, State Dept., DOE, DOEd, FCC … all the alphabet soup agencies) came up through the ranks in the toxic environment of the Obama years. ALL ARE SUSPECT.

    Even the low-level newbies are being trained and mentored by these corrupted leaders.

    There are still, no doubt, many parts of the bureaucracy relatively untouched by the corruption, but it’s a cancer that continues to work its way through the state. It won’t be stopped by a few changes at the top. It’s SYSTEMIC.

    Even the military, by nature a young organization (join at 18-22, typically, retire at 38-42) isn’t immune. An entire generation of officers and Staff NCO’s who will lead into the next decades are contaminated with Obamaism, political correctness, and leftism.

    The single best disinfectant will be the very public and severe punishment of the leaders (i.e. “the small group”) and intensive ethics training.

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  6. Judiciary says:

    The FBI was involved in the bloody incidents of 92 and 93, Ruby Ridge and WACO. Many people wee coined it was an effort by the Federal government under Clinton to test the margins, so to speak, to see how far they could go.

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  7. Knight56 says:

    “The media’s the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that’s power. Because they control the minds of the masses.”
    -Malcolm X

    We are witnessing that today. Sundance is correct, the media NEEDED the raid, not what was found. They have been trying since inauguration to paint Trump as a bad person, destroying our country and breaking all our laws. I think, however, the internet has allowed those who will no longer be mislead by a corrupt media, to find the truth. I personally thank Sundance for the way he brings so much insight into the truth as it stands. I recommend his site every where I post. Keep it up, we can only watch and wait for the truth to be revealed when the OIG report comes out.

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    • jonvil says:

      I’ve been noticing that ‘CTH’ and ‘Sundance’ have been popping up in articles posted on other sites…

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    • The key point all the President’s enemies are missing:

      Prior to being elected President of the United States, Donald Trump was a celebrity billionaire real estate developer and TV star/producer. He was NOT a government official with the political power to sell favors, or peddle influence, or take bribes for favors.

      They’re looking for the crimes of Hillary Clinton on Donald Trump.

      And the plain truth of it is, as a very large enterprise the Trump companies had every reason to follow not only the letter but also the spirit of the law. He wasn’t a two-bit fly-by-night outfit looking to make a quick buck cutting corners: His companies are major ongoing concerns with a reputation to uphold and deep pockets. No reason to make himself or his businesses a bigger target for lawsuits and political shakedowns than they already were.

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  8. jmclever says:

    After Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, the pharisees plotted to kill Lazarus as well (John 12:10). Why? Because they needed to remove the proof of the goodness of Jesus in order to take him down, and Lazarus alive and well refuted their narrative. The same playbook is in use right now. I am not saying that our President is the savior. What I am saying is that the same forces at work to squelch the truth of God and to stop His work in the world for the good of humanity are in play in this effort to keep America and Americans under the leftists’ collective boot.

    The scriptures teach that “where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom” (2 Corinthians 3:17). The Constitution of the United States protects our God-given freedoms. Mankind left to itself would enshrine power and control over others, so I believe that the Constitution is a document inspired by God to protect His people. (In no way equal with the Bible, but important to our everyday lives as an instrument of God’s protection from evildoers.)

    This is more than just a political, economic, or ideological battle. It is a spiritual one as well. The fighting of this battle requires troops on all those fronts. We must engage and win in every theater. Winning one without winning them all only allows the enemy to regroup and attack the weakest theater.

    What happens to the world politically, economically, ideologically and spiritually if America ceases to exist as founded? Even though Christianity is dying in America and is increasing in third world areas, did you know that the overwhelming share of funds for missionaries still comes from Americans?

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    • 17CatsInTN says:

      TOTALLY agree with you. You nailed it.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      ” This is more than just a political, economic, or ideological battle. It is a spiritual one as well.”

      Yes, it most certainly is

      Ephesians 6:10 Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might. 11 Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.

      12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

      13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. 14 Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness; 15 And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; 16 Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. 17 And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God: 18 Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;

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    • You are so right.
      And God always wins is the good part.

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  9. “STEPHANOPOULOS: January 6, 2017, Trump Tower, FBI Director James Comey set to meet President-elect Donald Trump for the first time.

    (on camera): As you headed into Trump Tower that day, were you nervous?

    COMEY: Yes.”

    Comey was terrified to meet TRUMP …. wow …. change his diapers

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    • That’s a HUGE tell!

      I didn’t like President Clinton, but if he had come to Camp Pendleton while I was there (1994-98) I wouldn’t have thought twice about meeting with him. I would have much rather met with President Reagan, but as detestable and loathsome as found Bill Clinton I would still get a kick out of meeting the President. Even if it is President Scumbag.

      But Comey HATES Trump. Hated him before he ever met him. Interesting.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I’ve met CEOs, Silicon Valley mini titans, military consultants in Alexandria several levels above my pay grade … NEVER have I brought anyone an apple! How ludicrous!

        NEVER have I hid behind a curtain! NEVER!!

        I’ve been in situations where I am the only Caucasian, only male, one of the few ‘straights’ (gay nightclub with a girlfriend), the ‘other’ … I don’t hide!!!

        I DON’T draft CYA memos after I meet with my boss, I write a to do list!!

        And he writes about this!! Zero self awareness!

        Joe diGenova said his department nickname is “Cardinal Comey”.

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      • US Person says:

        Perhaps Comey hated Trump because his election spoiled his plans to manipulate Hillary. Comey had the goods on her. Not prosecuting her left him in possession of all the inside information on her schemes and crimes. Do you think for a moment that Comey would not have used that information to secure a very bright future for himself and his best of best friends during the Clinton Reign?

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  10. Never TRUMPER Chris Wallace ~
    “One could argue that by getting into the political food fight, James Comey has done more damage to his own reputation than to Trump’s”

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  11. “The FBI/DOJ officials who carried out the raid will leak the content to media to damage @POTUS & engineer narratives for election(s).”
    I find it very interesting that nothing seems to have leaked to the media yet. Is it because they haven’t found anything of interest, or that they found something that they didn’t expect (or want)?

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  12. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    The FBI and DOJ never even issued a single grand jury subpoena in the Hillary Clinton investigation. They gave all of Clinton’s staff and Obama staff immunity. No one was ever questioned under oath. I would bet a grand jury was even enpaneled! Compare these kids gloves to what President Trump is going through!

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    • Fireflyin says:

      PTrump Tweet indicates Hillary might be indicted or at least the Horowitz IG report will Be brutal on the FBI … “as one of the worst ‘botch jobs’ of history.

      PTrump Tweet:
      James Comey is a proven LEAKER & LIAR. Virtually everyone in Washington thought he should be fired for the terrible job he did-until he was, in fact, fired. He leaked CLASSIFIED information, for which he should be prosecuted. He lied to Congress under OATH. He is a weak and…..

      ….untruthful slime ball who was, as time has proven, a terrible Director of the FBI. His handling of the Crooked Hillary Clinton case, and the events surrounding it, will go down as one of the worst “botch jobs” of history. It was my great honor to fire James Comey!

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  13. HickTick says:

    I hope Cohen had a recording of him and Trump discussing weather Trump preferred to have Mueller sent to Gitmo or Ft. Leavenworth for Treason , for delivering uranium to Moscow . That should help him sleep .

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  14. The middle part of sundance’s article is the most important. It explains the grave threat to the Deep State caused by the blunder of mistaking the wrong Michael Cohen going to Prague. That blunder reveals that the Steele dossier is the product of NSA database snooping, rather than Steele interacting with Russian agents who never would have made that mistake. (They would have had copies of the passport, or photos at the airport, etc.)

    Now, the Deep State is trying to retroactively justify querying the NSA database for Michael Cohen early in the primary process. They truly are petrified that this will open the whole can of snooping worms.

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      i think you’re onto something…

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      • The mega scandal of wholesale snooping is what Mueller, Brennan, et al, are trying to thwart and contain. One measley set of FISA warrrants against Carter Page is a nothingburger compared to the systematic abuse of the NSA database that was done for years.

        The blundered Michael Cohen query (that resulted in the Prague visit) is the key to unlocking all of the prior illegality that is massive.

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    • Bingo – absolutely. It’s a mistake that reveals “sources and methods”.

      How would Steele (or the Russians) know accurate information about people named Michael Cohen who traveled to Prague? There’s absolutely no way to make that mistake, unless … you were querying a database with all the Michael Cohens in it.

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  15. Comey was never elected to overturn the will of the PEOPLE
    he was never asked by the citizens to remove the POTUS.

    Comey thinks he is GAWD and supreme ruler and was the one to
    decide who should be POTUS…..

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  16. Mickey Wasp says:

    I agree fully with Sundance’s assessment of the corruption within the FBI / DOJ.
    The list provided: 1) the Bundy family, 2) a stunning rebuke of ALL DOJ attorneys in the DAPA, 3)Parkland parents, 4) Orlando Pulse nightclub, 5) San Bernardino, CA 6) Garland, Tx., 7) Boston, MA ~ These instances are what grabbed the media attention.
    The ideology of protective corruption is national.

    Let’s include one other – the Las Vegas massacre, did you know the Field Office Special Agent in Charge Aaron Rouse, is a disciple of Andrew McCabe.?

    Think through the years of agents that brought to light the corruption (whistleblowers) and what happened to them.
    Perry Fellwock – revealed the existence of the NSA worldwide covert surveillance network.
    William Sanjour – established 1st Amdt right of federal employees to “blow the whistle”.
    Michael Ruppert – CIA officers had attempted to involve him in protecting CIA operations.
    Frederic Whitehurst – reported lack of scientific standards and serious flaws in FBI Lab.
    Linda Tripp – A victim of retaliation by Clinton, and successfully sued the DOD and DOJ.
    Karen Kwiatkowski – worked at Pentagon and NSA, exposed corrupting political influences of military intelligence leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
    Joseph Nacchio – refused to participate in NSA spying on Qwest customers.
    Coleen Rowley – Outlined and exposed FBI actions before the 9/11 attacks.
    Sibel Edmonds – fired in 2002 by FBI for reporting of security and espionage issues.
    Richard Convertino – testified before US Senate Committee in 2003 about the lack of Bush Administration support of anti-terrorism prosecutions post-9/11.
    Russ Tice – analyst for NSA, the USAF, the ONI, and the DIA, approached Congress and eventually the media about the warrantless surveillance of the U.S. population by the NSA.
    Thomas Drake – exposed NSA ‘Trailblazer’ Project that violated of the 4th Amdt.
    Thomas Tamm – DOJ Attorney in OIPR in 2005 exposed mass warrantless surveillance.
    Robert J. McCarthy – disclosed massive fraud, waste and abuse by the IBWC.
    Everett Stern – uncovered billions of dollars of illegal money laundering transactions for drug traffickers and terrorist financiers, by HSBC.
    Carmen Segarra – forced by her superiors at the Federal Reserve to falsify her report.
    John Crane – gov’t destroyed his career for supporting of gov’t whistleblowers.
    John Tye – concerns over data collection under Executive Order 12333.
    J. Kirk McGill – audit officer concluded evasion of prohibited payment of costs for gov’t grantees including lobbying, parties, luxury foreign travel, and alcohol.

    One FBI agent said. “The investigation is an entirely different story that we are not allowed to talk about. If we do and get caught, we get fired and probably charged (criminally).”

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “One FBI agent said. “The investigation is an entirely different story that we are not allowed to talk about. If we do and get caught, we get fired and probably charged (criminally).””

      Kevin Shipp (CIA Whistle blower) covers that part

      https://www.fortheloveoffreedom.net

      The Shadow Government is a system that manipulates Washington, DC behind the scenes, that operates beyond the control of Congress, that even dictates the actions of the president and affects the daily lives of every American. It is real and has been growing in complexity for over sixty years. While the American people work long hours just to survive and make ends meet, the Shadow Government spends billions of dollars on secret operations, overthrowing governments and engages in covert wars that kill thousands – all without any vote or say by the American people; the people that pay the taxes the Shadow Government uses to fund these operations.

      While their Congressmen and Senators promise they will make their lives better and improve their difficult standard of living, these same Congressmen vote for billions of dollars in military and covert action programs, taking contributions from the lobbyists of connected Shadow Government military industrial corporations. The people starve while the kings shower themselves with gold.

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  17. Stormyeyes says:

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  18. Zippy says:

    Attorney General’s Special Counsel Regulations

    https://www.brookings.edu/testimonies/attorney-generals-special-counsel-regulations/

    Excerpt:

    2. Jurisdiction and Budget

    The project report noted, as others have done, that “[t]wo vexing problems under the Independent Counsel Act have been the tendency of some investigations to sprawl beyond the reason for their initiation and to do so without the discipline of limits on the public resources they consume.”

    Jurisdiction will be established by the Attorney General, whose regulations provide for grants of “original” and “additional” jurisdiction for special counsel. The order explains (64 Fed. Reg. 37039) that the regulations establish “a protocol whereby Special Counsels are provided with an appropriate description of the boundaries of their investigation, with the full recognition that adjustments to that jurisdiction may be required.”

    ——

    Where is the official document delineating the above?

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Where is the official document delineating the above?”

      They are not using one because “Bumbling Bobby” Mueller is the one obstructing justice, NOT PDJT. This was referred to by Judicial Watch about a week after it came out:

      http://www.tabletmag.com/scroll/257335/robert-muellers-beltway-cover-up

      “…The purpose of the Mueller inquiry is therefore not to investigate the mostly ludicrous-seeming charges in the Steele dossier, but to protect the institution of the FBI, former colleagues, as well as the national security surveillance system. Therefore the inquiry has to cover up the sinful origins of the collusion narrative itself—which was born in repeated abuses of power and subsequent crimes committed by US officials in the intelligence bureaucracy and the Obama administration….”

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      • TPW says:

        Yes……..Comey signaled this when he admitted his actions were to get a special counsel commissioned……he was telling them they needed to protect the “institutions” through a special counsel…….Mueller, Comey, all of them have justified in their circles doing anything to protect their institutions and the deep state.

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      • Zippy says:

        So, how is this a valid special council if it doesn’t comply with the Attorney General’s Special Counsel Regulations?

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        • US Person says:

          It is not valid, but that’s beside the point. It exists. That’s the point.

          Muldoon has power and people at his disposal. He brings charges, bankrupts good people, conducts early morning raids against cooperating witnesses. Legal proceedings against individuals are just tasty crumbs.

          In the world of Muldoon, the process is the punishment.

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  19. Mickturn says:

    Regulations and policies don’t mean squat if those involved have ZERO integrity…and the beatings shall continue until morale improves!

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  20. Robert W. says:

    I’m done with Sessions! Get him the “F” out! Sack his sorry ass. He signed off on this raid. Sessions is proving he is deep state. I’ve had my doubts for so long. I’ve thought many times he is doing the right thing but incognito to help Trump. I’m done. He is a snake! Fire Sessions…..

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    • Where did you hear that AG Sessions personally signed off on the Michael Cohen raids? I believe it was Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein who approved it. Sessions is recused and therefore would not be consulted. Rosenstein is the the overseer of Mueller.

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      • Blaze says:

        Session’s should fire Rosenstein for his actions. Sessions has not. Sessions need to go and replaced with an AG with some gumption.

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      • Lou Foxwell says:

        Sessions recused relative to the Russian aspects of the investigation. Every single other matter is directly in his purview. That he has failed catastrophically to fulfill his official duties and has in fact relinquished personal responsibility for oversight of overt criminal conduct is grounds for his removal from office. There are other cabinet members who, in his stead, will not be fearful of cleaning out the stable.

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        • dagnyshrug says:

          It seems Sessions considers himself recused from nearly everything. I agree Sessions can and should intervene in these egregious departures from Mueller’s original mandate, as broad as it was. Even if Sessions didn’t sign off on the raid of Cohen’s records, he most certainly knew about it in advance. Even if he didn’t know about it before it happened, he could have contained it in progress if he wanted to.

          This has grown out of control to the extent that, even if Trump fires Mueller, every State Jurisdiction has their marching orders, complete with instructions from Mueller and they will deploy the minute Mueller is fired. Even with that, I believe it is time for Trump to fire Mueller if Sessions won’t. How can Trump possibly stand by and watch everyone he has ever known be harassed, smeared, bankrupted, and possibly jailed because they’re caught up in a witch hunt that should never have happened? Additionally, this is an effective means of isolating Trump because people are now afraid to work for him. Combine that with McConnell slow-walking Senate Confirmations, and Trump is a man alone on an island with the weight of the world on his shoulders.

          Trump has nothing to lose now by firing Mueller. He will be impeached no matter what. Whether he’ll be removed by the Senate is less clear, probably unlikely, but he’ll be a lame duck. There is recent talk Republicans will help democrats impeach him after the primaries are over. The only thing that might save him is the full OIG report, which will put Dems back on their heels and give Republicans something to campaign on (“eliminating corruption!”–not that they actually intend to do it), but that report better come out soon or MAGA is over.

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  21. daughnworks247 says:

    I’m wondering…
    Did Cohen have Trump’s accumulated “dirt on everyone” file?
    That file might include info on Hillary…. and heaven knows who else.
    That file would be priceless.

    About 20 years ago, a prominent and obscenely wealthy man in our town died.
    His second home was a spectacular lake house, playground for the country club set in the 70’s-early 90’s, and the man took a lot of pictures. Nasty pics. Compromising pics of young men and women being foolish, who grew up to become judges, Senators, and businesspeople.
    By the time I moved home, the man was in his early 70’s and play time at the lake house was a distant memory. Yet, he would still go there, every day, alone.
    To my husband, the man was like a Dutch uncle, which is how I met him. My husband, a contractor, would tinker with his Cessna, or renovate his string of tanning salons. I adored the man, and we played gin and talked for countless hours over cocktails, as he would stop by our house, on his way home, almost every evening. To me, he was lonely, small, harmless, but well-traveled and loved expensive toys. He treated me like a beloved and trusted daughter.
    I was “forbidden” from the lake house by my husband because “women like you don’t go there”. Keep in mind, I returned home after I cashed out of a brokerage firm in Miami, to return to law school. The idea of “don’t go there” did not sit well —– but I could tell, he meant it.
    One day, I got a phone call from the man. He had fallen at the lake house and could not get a hold of my husband (back in the days of beepers). I went to the lake house to help.
    The house was truly exquisite.
    Think, Adirondack-Carnegie-era-lodge, with a mini-me of Earnest Hemingway living it.
    By the time I got there, he had recovered but asked me to drive him to the doc. Blood pressure scare. I went to pick up his things from the living room, rounded the corner, and stopped dead in my tracks.
    The living room was massive, probably 80’x50′, with exposed beam A-frame ceiling and a walk-in stone fireplace. Above the fireplace was an oil painting, of a provocative but tasteful, auburn-haired, green-eyed, nude woman, who looked exactly like me.
    Disturbingly, exactly, like me.
    Yeah.
    I walked over to look closer. Not even my mother or distant relatives looked that much like me.
    “Don’t worry about the painting”, I heard him call. I gathered his things and we drove to the doc. “Her name was Charlie. She was a hooker in New Orleans and my one true love. I’ve had the painting for over 30 years. No one knew her. She had fire in her soul, like you, but she didn’t stand a chance. I helped her.”, he revealed in the car.
    I went home, told husband about the painting. He knew.
    Within a month, the man died.
    Husband was executor, with very specific instructions from the man, to burn 3 barrels worth of photos, which were stockpiled, the “dirt on everyone” file. I suppose husband did burn it.
    A few weeks later, we called in some friends to help pack up the house for sale.
    EIGHT of my husband’s friends walked into the living room, and stopped cold.
    They looked at the painting, then at me, then at the painting, jaws on the floor.
    Obviously, the painting could not possibly be me.
    But, they could not “unsee” it.
    …. and I had moved away to Miami for a few years, they wondered…. (what we now call confirmation bias).
    The painting was willed to my husband, specifically, by the man. When I divorced my husband, we fought brutally over possession of that painting (Why would he want it?). The painting was brought into court. In front of attorneys, judges, clerks, people I knew well.
    I won the painting.
    In defiance, after the divorce, I had the painting cleaned, re-framed, and hung it in the back game room bar.
    I owned it.
    Let’em all wonder…..

    That’s the problem with a “dirt file”. People are inclined to believe the worst, and they love salacious details. Even the implication taints someone’s reputation. Trump knew everyone in town and his reach was global. He was often the mediator and consigliere to people like Roger Ailes, etc. I can’t imagine what PDJT knows and what he has….., and what might be in Cohen’s possession……… now sitting at the US Atty for the Southern District of New York.

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  22. scorpion99man says:

    I wonder when and if the OIG report will ever come out. If it does not come out soon, then it will make no difference since the mid-terms will probably be lost to the Democrats. And I wonder what they have on Sessions. He is as quiet as a bump on a log.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Maybe not so bad. Historically about 14% of those in the 18-29 age bracket vote, and less so during mid-terms. Older people turn out in higher percentage of overall voter during the midterms, and we are PDJT voters.
      We just have to turn out.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Someone mentioned the document dump is now 1.5 Million, not 1.2 Million… unsure if that’s pages or documents.

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    • INlegaleagle says:

      Every practicing attorney (at least in the area of federal law) recognizes that the Session silence is his integrity to the process. He will come out exactly when his case is ready and not a second sooner. And further to his credit, he will not be bullied to do otherwise. If you want convictions – you don’t want this done quickly – you want this done right ……..

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      • TPW says:

        i wanted this to not happen at all…………

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Thank you for your expertise.

        Has there ever been Federal cases of this size, scope, number, or complexity?

        If even half of what we read is true, the impacts and ramifications are startling.

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      • Lurker2 says:

        Every practicing attorney (at least in the area of federal law) recognizes that the Session silence is his integrity to the process.

        Wrong. Dershowitz and DiGenova roasted him. Said he needs to go.

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        • Lurker2 says:

          And I think some of our ally Senators and Representatives who are calling for Sessions to go were attorneys before they took office.

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      • dagnyshrug says:

        Soon it might not matter. Coming out now, in the wake of Ryan’s retirement announcement, are leaks of Republican House Members who defend Trump on TV but privately hate him, and plan to impeach him when the primaries are over. Trump has interrupted their cocktail circuit, taxpayer-funded ATM’s, and basically shown them for the frauds they are. Instead of looking at themselves, they blame Trump. Most of them are convinced they’re getting slaughtered in the mid-terms, based on their own data, not B.S. polling, and they are probably right. I think these impeachment rumblings are quite plausible based on what’s happening now. The only thing that might save Trump is the OIG report, but it better come out soon and be as devastating as we anticipate it will be.

        I believe Trump must either fire Mueller or step down. A man of integrity (and I believe President Trump is) would not stand by and watch everyone he has ever known be put through the ringer, with their lives destroyed and possibly sent to prison. Firing Mueller will no doubt provide more ammunition for Trump’s impeachment, but he can not allow his friends, associates and supporters to continue to fall like dominoes when most of them have done nothing wrong.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          Fired for what?

          Beating Hillary?

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          • dagnyshrug says:

            I said Mueller must be fired. You can not fire a president. If you meant impeached, in the same way you can indict a ham sandwich, you can impeach a president, especially in this post-constitutional era we have entered, when flagrant abuses are tolerated and even encouraged and celebrated. They will conjure up a litany of murky articles, vote, then that will be it. Who is going to stop them? We’re not talking about an ethical bunch here, on either side of the isle.

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            • dagnyshrug says:

              I omitted that they will get him in the impeachment hearings, where the contortion artists will find something, anything he says, anything he misunderstands or misspeaks, no matter how innocent, to nail him and back-engineer the grounds for impeachment.

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            • Perot Conservative says:

              Sorry, I meant Impeach.

              Roaring economy, good trade deals, peace talks with NK, … uugghhh!!

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              • dagnyshrug says:

                Isn’t it evident Congress doesn’t care about any of that, and doesn’t care what their constituents think either? The Left certainly doesn’t want prosperity; quite the opposite. It’s hard to sell Socialism to a prosperous citizenry! Most Congressional Republicans are RINOs, Globalists, or both, so they want only limited economic growth, that they can control, and nearly all of them want war with somebody. They almost don’t care whom, if it keeps the money rolling into their corrupt buddies who benefit financially from war. They all want their previous, merry, care-free way of life (in Congress) restored. Impeachment happens by a simple majority. I believe they have the numbers.

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  23. golsono says:

    Not living just ‘accros the pond’, but over over the atlantic in south africa, without cth, sd and a (very few) other sites, we would be back in the dark ages.
    Prayers are being sent daily from a worldwide audience.
    PDJT has openened the eyes of not only Americans, but many, many others.
    God Bless the posters on this site who daily continue to educate me.
    Eg : Today I installed startepage and disabled google on my android outdated phone.
    Works fine and all’s good thanks to comments I read on another thread yesterday

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      Thank you for being an important part of the community of God’s called who are praying for righteousness, in America, and hopefully in the world.

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  24. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Trump lawyer tries to prevent use of materials found in FBI raid

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-cohen/trump-lawyer-tries-to-prevent-use-of-materials-found-in-fbi-raid-idUSKBN1HK1VX

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, is seeking a temporary restraining order regarding searches of Cohen’s home and office by FBI agents on Monday, a Justice Department spokesman said on Friday.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      Good! Hope he succeeds. Probably too late though, the people holding the documents are rifling through them right now and will “leak” to the propaganda networks.

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    • WSB says:

      Kimba Wood is the judge.

      Well known. Divorced from Micheal Kramer of ‘Time’. Not sure what to make of her. Had an illegal immigrant house keeper when Bil Clinton tried to nominate her for US AG.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      A judge absolutely should execute the TRO.

      “Tom McKay, a federal prosecutor, stressed that the president does not deserve special treatment, and that his interest in attorney-client privilege was “no different” from anyone else’s.”

      He’s damn right about that. In the capacity of POTUS he has the a-c privilege as well as in the capacity as an individual citizen. He is being denied that right on both count. Much of what was seized is pre-POTUS time frame.

      This TRO should be granted!

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      • dagnyshrug says:

        Yet Nero Sessions continues to play the fiddle while Rome burns. He could have stopped this a long time ago if he had smacked down Mueller the first time he departed from the Russia investigation. To the best of my knowledge he’s not entirely recused from being AG. Dershowitz says Sessions can and should partially or fully withdraw his recusal. I’m sure Sessions knows this. I’m beginning to believe he’s complicit.

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        • Everett Miller says:

          My sentiments exactly–Sessions can and should start the train rolling–not only to start restoring the Rule of Law, but to Change The Narrative. Show the world that “A Nation of Laws, not of men” is alive and well. Plenty of time to add further and more indictments as warranted, but start with the earlier Clinton Crimes and perp-walk with chains and cameras.

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  25. By Comey not telling the president the dossier was paid by Clinton, Comey lied to Pres. Trump! Frightening!

    Declassify every single Comey document… and let the public decide

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  26. SteveO says:

    Sidney Powell knows all this…

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    • Lurker2 says:

      To people with twitter accounts, find out the hashtags that the Comey fanboys and girls are using to promote Comey’s book and interview, but supply a link to Powell’s book instead of Comey’s. If you can alter the link name, change it to something neutral like “blockbuster book explosing fraud!” 🙂

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  27. Judy Schmand says:

    No one is really safe. Once we took GOD out and HIS guidelines for good and bad behavior we left our society open to this. Now how to get the “genie “ back in the bottlr

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    • Lurker2 says:

      Part of the multi-pronged effort to take Trump out. Attack him any way he can. Obama was in office when Trump got the lease, wasn’t he? It was OK then … but now not OK? Love how that works. Let everything go up to the Supreme Court then,

      The judge is Peter J. Messitte. Anyone know anything about the guy?

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  28. farrier105 says:

    It will take years to root out all the corruption.

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  29. fanbeav says:

    I hope Donald Trump questioned Rosey as to why he gave Mueller an “ethics waiver” on this investigation! How can that even be legal?

    Our politicians have weaponized the judicial system to attack one another and all Americans should be concerned that our votes will never again count as long as these tactics continue.

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  30. fanbeav says:

    I hope Donald Trump questioned Rosey as to why he gave Mueller an “ethics waiver” on this investigation! How can that even be legal?

    Our politicians have weaponized the judicial system to attack one another and all Americans should be concerned that our votes will never again count as long as these tactics continue.

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  31. Lurker2 says:

    Total psy ops. It’s a shame so much of the media is participating.

    Was watching a show about Pulitzer vs. Hearst while getting ready for work this morning Couldn’t pay total attention but my takeaway was that at least for a while Pulitzer was pretty honest in his reporting but Hearst was a scammer, made up crap and printed it to hurt the people he hated. Too bad we haven’t progressed since then.

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  32. Tagcoh says:

    What is the problem here?

    I guess Sessions did not get the memo to fire Rosie on Friday, the 13th (of April).

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    • Lurker2 says:

      I fear we’re not going to see any movement until Sessions is gone. I feel bad saying that because I actually do like the guy, but he has rendered himself ineffective through his recusal. We cannot make progress with a “part time AG” as Dershowitz described him.

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  33. quintrillion says:

    The CoC is lobbyist for Multinationals including the “Big Banks” so the FBI must be working for the Globalist Multinationals. FBI protects Globalists. They are all compromised and against America First.

    I would like to see the FBI abolished. The local offices of FBI can be taken over by US Marshals’ authority and the DC office of FBI taken over by Homeland Security. THERE IS NO NEED for a corrupt anti-American FBI. We have enough agencies that can do their job and the FBI can be axed for good.

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    • fanbeav says:

      It doesn’t seem like FBi was really ever doing their job. As Sundance mentioned in an earlier post, even the local FBI offices were inept!

      Liked by 3 people

      • Perot Conservative says:

        FBI agent John O’Neil knew OBL would attack the WTC. He was obsessed with him, but he was stunted in his job bc he was a womanizer, rubbed a few people the wrong way, and made a few errors.

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  34. TNgal says:

    It seems that we are losing control of the narrative.

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  35. Another Scott says:

    The curtain is pulled back on the Great and Powerful Oz. Only it turns out a wicked witch is behind it instead of a nice middle aged man…

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    • Firefly says:

      The American people have a conscience. High level government seem to have that screw loose or missing. I don’t think Americans like what they’re seeing.

      It will be interesting to see what the Judge Kimba Woods decides in the Cohen request. Cohen just asked for first cut or independent review of the raided documents. That would be a fair/reasonable and would block the FBI from a fishing expedition and leaking of privileged information. Based on the content of the warrant detailed in the press, I doubt they have justification to go in so heavy handed. Rosenstein/Mueller even jeopardized the SC integrity since other cooperating witnesses are now balking at talking with Mueller.

      I have faith that we Americans will get past the politics and do what’s right. PTrump could not have won the election, nor have high ratings otherwise.

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  36. recoverydotgod says:

    “Within the Cohen -vs- FusionGPS lawsuit there exists a very reasonable -and accurate- risk to the intelligence surveillance operatives who made the mistake. ”

    Yes, Comey has to even now with his interview with George S. continue to elevate the fake dossier. He’s tied to it.

    Comey Elevates The Fake Orbis Dossier By Asserting He Can Only Discuss It In Closed Session
    Paul Roderick Gregory
    JUN 8, 2017

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/paulroderickgregory/2017/06/08/comey-elevates-the-fake-orbis-dossier-by-asserting-he-can-only-discuss-it-in-closed-session/#1d7593546cf7

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  37. Cohen and his lawyers seem the only one’s with some balls. Where the hell is Trumps lawyers??? The kissing Mueller’s a$$ approach is not working. Go on the offensive! Get off twitter and start going to court to challenge this abuse of power. I thought Seculow had some nutz. Guess not!

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  38. Inspector Lestrade says:

    The White hats, from the moment Trump agreed to run for POTUS. Have been planning, including multiple layers of contingency planning for the last two years. Would any of us be surprised if ADM Rogers NSA had Trump’s lawyers office and his family apartment and perhaps even more apartments wired for sound and video. Somewhere I read in one of the comments what if the White Hats left out to be found COPIES (not the originals), of all of the most damning Deep State evidence including whatever the Hillary video is. Enormous WHOOPS!
    This would present the Black Hat FBI cabal with a real problem. If they bring this evidence forward the Deep State just got racked. If they don’t bring it forward the White Hats have them for felony obstruction and can induce complete cooperation.
    My greater point is you are not going to outwit MI, especially when they have had, literally, a couple of years to game their Black Hat take-down campaign.

    I’m betting on the White Hat MI cadre everyday and twice on Sunday. Time is always the key in these type of operations. White Hats take their time planning out the campaign & deny the Black Hats time to intelligently react. Every time.

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  39. Everett Miller says:

    No reason to hold back here–Any good guys with white hats in the FBI or Justice Department? Is Sessions in the office today, or out chasing pot smokers? What is The Rule of Law? It is the application of The Law. What is the application of The Law? Indictments! So please come up with any reason why Sessions cannot find even one Criminal that can be Indicted–out of the hundred and hundreds of crimes by the Top Criminals in the DOJ and the FBI over years and years and after literally years of investigations.
    Absent Indictments, Sessions is complicit in the coverup of crimes by criminals. What do you call that when you aren’t covering for his inaction? Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice!

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  40. apfelcobbler says:

    Las Vegas is a big question too.

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    • Dutchman says:

      On sessions; the challenge for DJT ans sessions is the defence, both in court AND in the court of public opinion, that any prosecutions are politically motivated, “banana republic’ tactics.
      The only way you combat thst is by scrupulously following law and procedure, so no dismissal of charges, and by getting guilty pleas or plea agreements, (for rolling on higher ups).
      DJT and sessions KNEW this, going in, hence sessions recusal, and DJT acting upset about it. I.G. announced in Jan.2016 reviewing clinton email investigation. Wouldnt have taken long, to find evidence of obstruction of justice.
      I suspect Huber was brought in the loop a lot more than 8 mos. ago, although wouldn’t have needed to DO anything, grand juries, etc. so long as I.G. was doing investigation.
      Just from public knowledge, Linch,Comey,Mccabe numerous counts of obstruction and conspiracy to obstruct. So, I.G. report, which will be described as “controversial” by media matters, you watch, will be followed by indictments. Comey getting screwed from above and below, by mccabe, didn’t leak x3, followed by oh, i did but comey knew, even tho comey testified he didn’t authorise leaks to press, and lynch “indicating” he eas o.k. with “matter”, even tho leaked he said we’re not fed buro of matters. Point is comey will try to save self by fingering Lynch. She can only finger Brennan, or big O. I figure Brennan. “It was all HIS idea” Will Brennan fall on his sword for O? That is the ? Even if he does, O’s legacy is trash.
      Anyway, thats just the first installment of the I.G. report. I believe it goes to WH, and Congress, released to public 90 days later. So, end of April then public release July or August, plenty of time for midterms. Anyone who doubts DJT plays this kind of chess, is still wondering who sent DJT tax return to NYT, when there is only one possible person.,….hint; attourney client priviledge doesn’t end with relationship. ONLY way Trumps ‘former’ tax attourney could confirm is if Trump authorised. So, i THINK, quit beating up on the southern gentleman, he’s Trumps wingman, doing just what DJT wants him to do.
      IG investigation of email obstruction leads directly to CF with same people quashing little rock and NY investigation, so MORE charges of conspiracy to and obstruction.And, leads to pay to pay and uranium1, and mueller.
      And, thats before we even get to fisa abuses, wrong cohen (oops!), and all the rest. Its a BIG mess, and we’re still in early stages. My thoughts, at least.

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  41. AmericaFirst says:

    Anyone who has ever had any contact with President Trump should go to court as a class, requesting a Motion in Limine for each and every one of them, to prevent just this type of raid, and for grounds state that since they are acquainted/worked for/with/served with/voted for, etc., President Trump, and since Dirty Cop & Gang are fishing further and further afield from anything even tangentially Russian collusion/campaign related and with animus aplenty, that without any actual evidence of any sort of a crime, they want to prevent such a surprise attack on themselves.

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  42. Penny says:

    I would suggest a glaring example of FBI malfeasance be Las Vegas as well. The entire “investigation” was nothing more than theater
    of the absurd. We still do not have the truth and likely never will hear it from them!

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  43. So just like they made up stuff for the FISA search they picked the wrong Michael Cohen for this search. Simple

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  44. sturandot13 says:

    This is someone else that the untainted DOJ personnel ought to be looking at: Dmitri Alperovich, CrowdStrike’s Russian-Ukranian co-founder and chief technology officer.

    https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/28387-the-russia-collusion-suspect-nobodys-talking-about-crowdstrikes-dmitri-alperovitch

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