Robert Mueller Office Warns “Many Stories About our Investigation Have Been Inaccurate”…

An interesting release from the spokesperson for Robert Mueller comes against the backdrop of the renewed ‘Michael Cohen travel to Prague’ story being pushed by Fusion-GPS and Glenn Simpson.

According to the Washington Times via Robert Mueller:

“What I have been telling all reporters is that many stories about our investigation have been inaccurate,” the Mueller spokesperson said. “Be very cautious about any source that claims to have knowledge about our investigation and dig deep into what they claim before reporting on it. If another outlet reports something, don’t run with it unless you have your own sourcing to back it up.” (read more)

The issue stems from last weeks McClatchy story where a reporter claimed Mueller had evidence of Michael Cohen traveling to Prague.  That trip is an unproven intelligence point cited by Fusion-GPS in the ‘Steele Dosser’.

The more interesting aspect is deeper within the Washington Times article:

The supposed Cohen Prague trip has been pushed to reporters and government investigators by Glenn Simpson, co-founder of Fusion GPS, which paid Mr. Steele. Fusion has long-standing relationships with Washington’s powerful news outlets such as CNN, the Washington Post and the New York Times.

Accepting that Glenn Simpson and Fusion-GPS are the primary sources continuing to push the Cohen/Prague story we find increased likelihood of their motive; they need the Cohen story to be real, because a mistake on this issue is a risk.

The risk is due to the mistake in the dossier happening as an outcome of Fusion-GPS having extracted this raw intelligence point as a result of their unlawful access to NSA and FBI databases.

The risk to the ‘small group’ -on this specific issue- is very real.

The Occam’s Razor explanation behind the false travel story of candidate Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, and how the flaw ended up in the Steele Dossier, is a simple one.

Research showed the simplest explanation is the most likely.  All of the points that lead to the simple explanation are generally well known truths.

♦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 know that FBI contractors, likely Fusion entities were using unlawful FBI FISA-702 searches to conduct political opposition research. ♦NSA Director Mike Rogers shut them down in April 2016. ♦In May 2016 Fusion hired Nellie Ohr.  ♦Nellie’s husband, Bruce Ohr, worked inside the DOJ-NSD and had database access. ♦We reasonably know that Nellie Ohr provided much of the research for the dossier content. ♦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.

Occams Razor:  One of the dubious FBI FISA-702 search subjects was Michael Cohen; and that turned up a “raw data” result for a Michael Cohen traveling to Prague.

That’s how a false Michael Cohen story got into the dossier.

A FISA-702 raw data search “about query” gave a return on Michael Cohen, the wrong “Michael Cohen”. That raw data was given to Fusion-GPS who put that inaccurate raw data into the compiled opposition research dossier.   That’s how it got in there.

The conspiring crew ran DOJ/FBI FISA-702 searches on “Michael Cohen Travel”, and simply got the wrong guy.  Amid complex stories, the simplest explanation is almost always the most accurate.

Unfortunately for the scheme team, this *mistake* puts another connection between: •the unlawful use of the DOJ/FBI FISA search access; •the people who gained custody of that raw data; •and how false information was used in the finished document, the Steele Dossier.  This is NOW tangible evidence to connect the scheme.

Michael Cohen is suing Fusion-GPS and Buzzfeed.  His lawsuit will force FusionGPS to outline where they got the fraudulent information.

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.

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496 Responses to Robert Mueller Office Warns “Many Stories About our Investigation Have Been Inaccurate”…

  1. phoenixRising says:

    Tracybeanz has thread https://twitter.com/tracybeanz/status/985526797449289729

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  2. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    #TrustThePlan #TrustSessions #TrustTrump ….. been saying it a long time now

    I’m off to buy more stock in crow futures..

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      Eating crow? Sorry I couldn’t help it… Crow recipe on YT. (no affiliation on my part with anyone involved)

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Uh, what plan would that be?

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      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        I don’t like to have to repeat to every newbie…. I’m certain with a bit of digging you’ll find it.

        but you will have to go back about a year and work forward.. Sorry

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Not a newbie. Been here for quite some time.

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          • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

            Then you’ve probably already read my many many many posts.

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          • churchmouse says:

            ezpz2, it’s that some believe that Sessions doubters should eat crow.

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            • ezpz2 says:

              Thank you, churchmouse.

              As I said in a recent comment, i’m getting outrage fatigue from all the crap that’s going on – unconstitutional raids, malicious prosecution of POTUS’s allies, yet zero indictments/ raids on the REAL criminals.

              Then I see ‘trust the plan’ or eat crow if I don’t, well, that just compounds the outrage fatigue to the point that I need a break from all this.

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              • farmhand1927 says:

                And there’s the disappointment today in Gorsuch.

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              • churchmouse says:

                I hear you 100%.

                Sessions hasn’t even done anything yet on that front — and is unlikely to. 🙄

                Sessions recused himself from two crucial areas in 2017:

                1/ Clinton-related investigations (January 10). How broad is that scope?

                http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/trailguide/la-na-trailguide-updates-jeff-sessions-says-he-will-recuse-1484063762-htmlstory.html

                2/ The Russia enquiry (June 13):

                http://www.latimes.com/politics/washington/la-na-essential-washington-updates-sessions-cites-department-of-justice-1497381828-htmlstory.html

                He never should have accepted the nomination for the AG job. He should have explained his perspectives to President Trump beforehand in private in January. In short, ‘Thank you, Mr President, I greatly appreciate the offer, but I would have to decline.’

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                • Sessions is a part time AG drawing a full time salary

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                • churchmouse says:

                  You nailed it.

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                • Falcon Koch says:

                  Look it is very simple. If you or me laired to the FBI we would be in jail. So why isn’t McCabe and many others in jail? Jeff Sessions is not doing his job, he is stonewalling on every issue. All of you are letting water run under your backs and getting mud in your eyes. By Jeff not doing his job, I am not sure which side of the street he is on. But the more time goes on looks like he is wearing a dark gray hat. People broke the law and should be asserted!

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                • churchmouse says:

                  ‘All of you are letting water run under your backs …’ Kelly, espz2 and I — among others — know he isn’t doing his job.

                  You’ve replied to the wrong person.

                  Have a go at the pro-Sessions people instead.

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                • mike says:

                  The question is whether Sessions is pulling two full time salaries, being blackmailed, or just a half Rino doofus.

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                • churchmouse says:

                  Exactly, mike. I have been considering all three possibilities for the past several months.

                  However, today, Mitch McConnell sided with Sessions. Gosh, one wonders why, but if we needed any indication about the AG’s leanings, Mitch provided an endorsement for him:

                  http://redstatewatcher.com/article.asp?id=124830

                  Note the wording below — ‘I’m glad @POTUS is keeping him right where he is’ (i.e. out of our way):

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              • G. Combs says:

                churchmouse you should go to PRIMARY sources when ever possible and not what someone in the MSM wrote.

                Read US attorney general Jeff Sessions’ statement recusing himself from investigations into the 2016 presidential campaigns

                “During the course of the confirmation proceedings on my nomination to be Attorney General, I advised the Senate Judiciary Committee that ‘[i]f a specific matter arose where I believed my impartiality might reasonably be questioned, I would consult with Department ethics officials regarding the most appropriate way to proceed…
                Having concluded those meetings today, I have decided to recuse myself from any existing or future investigations of any matters related in any way to the campaigns for President of the United States…

                Consistent with the succession order for the Department of Justice, Acting Deputy Attorney General and U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia Dana Boente shall act as and perform the functions of the Attorney General with respect to any matters from which I have recused myself to the extent they exist.

                DOJ Sources: Sessions Has Not Recused Himself from Potential Uranium One Probe

                AG Sessions or ANYONE that Trump appointed, like Rudy Giuliani or Chris Christi would also have been forced to recuse.
                GOVERNMENT ETHICS: https://www.justice.gov/jmd/government-ethics-outline
                “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome.
                28 CFR 45.2
                Political relationship means a close identification with an elected official, candidate, political party or campaign organization arising from service as a principal advisor or official; personal relationship means a close and substantial connection of the type normally viewed as likely to induce partiality.[…]”

                I dislike his recusal but we either restore the rule of law or we do not.

                ALSO NOTE!! The recusal was demanded at the Confirmation Hearings. President Trump would have been aware of what was said in those hearings and could have withdrawn Sessions name at that time.

                And while we are at it. It was President TRUMP who refused Rosenstinks resignation after Sessions told him to get lost.

                Sessions asks 46 Obama-era US attorneys to resign
                That would be a clean sweep of ALL the Obummer era Attorneys by getting rid of those who had not already left.
                “The president called Dana Boente and Rod Rosenstein tonight to inform them that he has declined to accept their resignation, and they will remain in their current positions,” spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement.

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                • churchmouse says:

                  Thanks, G. Combs.

                  I bookmarked those links last year. I do not see that they are more believable than the LA Times.

                  I also wasn’t talking about Boente or RR.

                  We play too cleanly. I read that Dems advised Sessions to recuse. Did they advise him properly or purposely mislead him? I, for one, do not know.

                  A lot of info is out there about Sessions and his recusals, which leads to people a) taking sides, b) not really knowing what is going on and c) speculation as to the truth of the matter.

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              • Rock Knutne says:

                If you’re getting ‘outrage fatigue’ take a step back and think how President Trump must feel.

                Thank God he’s our President. He’s handling it just fine.

                As far as Jeff Sessions is concerned. He’s not working his job in a ‘Law and Order’ episode.

                Did you think a fight for our freedom was gonna be easy?

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                • ezpz2 says:

                  @Rock Knutne, Believe me, I do.

                  I have much empathy and compassion for him, for Flynn, for Cohen, for Manafort, etc.
                  Lives and careers have been ruined. Some are being bankrupted and forced to sell their homes because of the Mueller witch hunt.

                  And that’s another reason why I have about zero tolerance for those who make light of it as they cavalierly talk and joke about 87D chess, and ‘the plan’ and crow….

                  These are real people who are being tormented and persecuted a la McCarthyism. Imagine what that kind of stress does to a person’s health…..

                  So yes, I do think about how President Trump and his supporters must feel.

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          • Maquis says:

            Asking the same childish question for sometime too.

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    • CopperTop says:

      Deborah @UnTamedInSD. I’m newer here. I have data point I have not seen SD address. Assume you know who to post a reply to have it vetted. FISA Court denied warrants in 2016. Most agree it was May AND June. Presumption is the court said you cannot look at a presidential candidate unless you have a person who is DIRECTly involved with them who is shown to be making connections for him that are potential for future blackmail. BHO admin put all hands on deck to root out that person = Rodgers blown whistle on searches. The searches as we know lead to wrong Cohen was found in Prague. Cohen was used in dossier with FISA approval …it was NOT just the dossier in terms of Page (indirect tie to Trump) but the dossier also at last showed a person with DIRECT tie to Trump. What this means is that the approval for FISA was based on Cohen mores than the rest of the dossier.

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      • You’re missing a lot in your summary.

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        • CopperTop says:

          conservativevinny assume I stipulate to all other SD details. This is just an additional wrinkle for reason why he was raided and why they are trying to find ANYTHING about Cohen that will make it okay to have had his name in the dossier…(yes yes main goal was to get him to back off FGPS suit) because if prior judges denied warrants until his name was in there…bingo the whole purpose was to subvert an election

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          • Karl Kastner says:

            I like your reasoning. Cohen may indeed have been pivotal to securing the FISA approval. At the very least he was additive.

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          • Karl Kastner says:

            I like your reasoning. Cohen may indeed have been pivotal to securing the FISA approval. At the very least he was additive.

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          • SteveT says:

            Coppertop
            I believe that there may be any number of reasons for the Cohen raid.
            One of them may be to apply pressure on him generally, but I think the main one is to find a way of linking him with Prague.

            Without the Prague link referred to in the dossier, it remains a smoking gun as to where and how the false information got included in the dossier. The only obvious answer is through illegal access to the FBI databases – this could implicate a number of people/felonies at different levels, who knows who, and how high up?
            It is THE main danger to their fake narrative and could destroy any hope of them defending the dossier. I believe it is their main concern (weak point) at the moment

            SteveT

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            • CopperTop says:

              Steve T, I gotta tweak a bit…”destroy any hope of defending the FISA application.” !!!! The application was approved not because of the Steele Dossier but because inside the dossier Cohen cannot be interviewed to determine the veracity of the dossier due to privilege. Since this was the wrong Cohen and not researched THAT is the crime that matters because that is the tie to TRUMP directly.

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      • ATheoK says:

        You are missing that the FISA approving judge was a close friend of Strzok.
        The FISC judge(s) who refused approval for the earlier applications were different judges.

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        • Maquis says:

          And that FISA Judge/Buddy was only placed on the FISA Court a short time before it’s approval, leading to questions of his having been maneuvered into that position, for that purpose. If so; by whom and how are still unknown.

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        • CopperTop says:

          ATheoK yes but the judge doesn’t necessarily tie the warrant to subverting an election. I make the case the ‘tie in’ is a closer person to Trump…and by this nature….it’s about the candidate and not about page. I make the case the raid was to find anything that says they the details on Cohen would have lead to the same conclusion by a judge in the future.

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        • Karl Kastner says:

          Do we know for a fact that Contreras was the FISA approving judge? I hadn’t seen that yet.

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        • Karl Kastner says:

          Do we know for a fact that Contreras was the FISA approving judge? I hadn’t seen that yet.

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          • Maquis says:

            We kniw that Contreras was recusED, AFTER he presided over the First Mueller Fraud and accepted Flynn’s “make it stop” guilty plea. So, he must have conflicted at the outset, n’est-ce pas?

            The timing of the recusal, the fact that it was not volontary, and that he accepted a guilty plea ftom an innocent man speaks to motive. Did he not only approve the first FISA that went through (at the behest of his buddy Strzok?) but also attempted to convict and sentence Flynn at the behest of that same buddy? The friend that worked for the man that declared “First we Eff Flynn then we Eff Trump!”?

            Contreras might want to consider making travel plans, toute suite!

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            • Karl Kastner says:

              I know it seems very likely. I just wanted to know if that FISA involvement had been confirmed. Contreras still could have an out by saying the information presented to him was credible since they didn’t disclose the DNC involvement. It’s all about what he knew.

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            • mutantbeast says:

              BTW lets also not forget Contreras was a former law partner of one Eric the Ass Holder. His appointment to the federal bench came as a result of the fact that AssHolder wanted him there.

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          • mutantbeast says:

            that was known some time ago. Contreras was forced by John Roberts to recusehimself as the judge in the Flynn sentencing case after it came to Roberts attention that Contreras had acted improperly in granting the FISA warrant on Carter Page.

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            • Karl Kastner says:

              I didn’t see where that was a known fact. Just a likely supposition. That and his prior relationship with Peter Strzok.

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        • lizzyp says:

          Has that been confirmed? I thought we didn’t know who the approving judges were, we were just suspicious cat watching Rudy, particularly after the Strzok/ Page texts about him were released.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “….the dossier also at last showed a person with DIRECT tie to Trump. What this means is that the approval for FISA was based on Cohen mores than the rest of the dossier….”

        That is an interesting point.
        Papadapoulos, Carter Page, Natalia Veselnitskaya and even Manafort were more on the periphery, useful business connections as it were, while Cohen was in the Trump inner circle.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          Was Cohen really in the inner circle?

          BC Trump has other lawyers, a modest woman in LA, several lawyers in New York. Probably has one in every major city, FLA.

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          • singingsoul says:

            That would very damaging if the FBI got a FISA approval to spy on Cohen because he was named but was the wrong Cohen. They would have heard all frigate lawyer client conversation and business dealings. This would be worse than I imagine.
            We really do not know if that is fact and I am sure it comes out sooner than later.

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            • Jan says:

              Good point about Cohen but Sundance & others have made the point that a FISA warrant is supposedly the last resort, to be used if and only if for some reason you cannot interview the person or otherwise continue the investigation: at no time did the FBI or DOJ even attempt to interview Michael Cohen, Carter Page or Papadopoulos before filing the FISA application and as far as we know, the DOJ/FBI did not make that statement that they tried to interview them to the FISA court. Papadopoulos is probably a plant. Page has never met Pres. Trump. They just “assumed” Trump’s lawyer was the same guy who went to Prague WITHOUT doing their homework. And when the FBI/DOJ went back to renew, did they correct their info about Mr. Cohen? No, and now they’re trying to refloat the Prague story again. I view the raid on Cohen as one aimed at trying to get Pres. Trump to fire Rosenstein and/or Mueller. Because there is no there there and because Mueller was such a f**k-up as an FBI director, his latest maneuver with Cohen is not going to win any prizes…people are getting fed up with this witch hunt.

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              • CopperTop says:

                Jan using your own logic. “FISA is last resort: something to use if you can’t interview” someone. Let’s see is that a lawyer with privilege????? 🙂 The timing that Cohen is placed into the FISA requests is the smoking gun. I’ll place my bet he’s not in the denials…big presumption…and only after. Friendly Judge may have insisted on it. Strzok texts say to talk to him…hey I’m coming for you about something that was denied I bet you already no why…we beefed it up so you won’t look bad for not asking if there is someone closer to the candidate…we got one. SD says this was the friendship that prompted the approval…and that alone. He could be right but if Cohen is not in the original warrant…game over…it will be his relationship to Trump that will be of interest to the denial judges who now must be EXTRA teed up.

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              • mutantbeast says:

                One other thing, Strzok was the interviewer in virtually every case , from Flynn to Manafort to even Hillary. Its now known that Strzok was using his position as a senior FBI agent to undermine the Trump campaign, and that at the very least McCabe and Page were also involved.

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          • Maquis says:

            I read an article that Trump had 3,500 litigations au courant when inaugurated, across the country, with a literal army of laywers. He’s prepared for some serious s….

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    • Sharon says:

      Deb 😂😂 good luck on your crow stocks!😂😂

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    • MAGADJT says:

      Don’t go to the trouble of making too much crow just yet. You don’t want it to mold over before you actually have reason to put it on the table.

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      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        Not cooking yet….. gathering supplies #confident

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        • Sunshine says:

          Do it before the nesting season. One deceased parent and all the nestlings suffer from insufficient nutrition which in turn disables them from flying long distances (weak organs, bones, and weak feather structure).

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  3. FL_GUY says:

    I am going to be at my congressman’s town hall this week raising HELL about why the R majority in the House and Senate have not ended the illegal Mueller witch hunt and are not clearing President Trump’s nominees. It is disgraceful. Of course, with my congressman, who is Matt Gaetz, it will be preaching to the choir but that’s ok. I hope to get the other attendees fired up to raise hell with all the Rs who are not supporting President Trump.

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    • trapper says:

      You forget, there is no Republican majority. The fault line is not R/D. The fault line is globalist/nationalist.

      The globalist uniparty, whose R face is in the majority, is busy convincing R congress critters to drop out, retire, withdraw, puke on themselves, anything that results in their getting OUT of the House and the Senate so that the Uniparty’s D wing can take over the majority. Clearly the R wing has not been successful in neutralizing the Trump presidency, and it is critical they accomplish the handoff before the IG report and the accompanying indictments are fully understood and digested by American voters.

      I keep saying, they’d better lay off, because if they don’t like President Trump, they’re REALLY not going to like who we send next.

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      • nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

        What time should I arrive there to pass along your sentiments?? I might need to borrow a couple more shovels to take with me though.

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        • So you disagree that a large number of GOPe and RINOs from the Uniparty are retiring this year?

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          • nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

            My apologies that you missed the humor and implied sarcasm of my post.
            I have often said, and had many that actually know me agree, it would not be a good thing for me to be “king for a day”.
            Were by some extremely twisted sense of humor and “hey y’all, watch this” moment visited upon us by Good Orderly Direction, and I was allowed to be “king for a day”, the folks in the swamp would be selling their worthless souls to devil himself to have President Trump back in charge.

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      • T.L.T. says:

        Thank you trapper. Exactly. ‘you won’t like who we send next’

        IMO we have one last shot at fixing this stuff. Looks like Jeff Sessions did almost exactly what Hilary Clinton would have wanted, to allow Rod Rosenstein free reign. I wonder why that is, Jeff Sessions.

        2cd Special Counsel NOW. Sessions should have EXCUSED HIMSELF from the job of AG.

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      • Maquis says:

        Yeah, all the rest of us. At once.

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    • Mike says:

      Don’t forget to DEMAND Andrew McCabe be treated like any other person who LIED repeatedly to the FBI including under oath. ESPECIALLY because he was the DD, he needs to be CRIMINALLY CHARGED to protect the reputation of the FBI and Justice Dept.

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      • Helen says:

        And what happened to that recommendation Steel be charged?

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        • Mike says:

          Helen I don’t know if an investigation of Steele has been done yet. No indication Steele was interviewed.

          I read the IG report on McCabe. He was fully investigated and was caught red handed, his last lies contradicting his previous lies was recorded, under oath, and with McCabe’s attorney present.

          Any rookie prosecutor could put McCabe away.

          Either Steele lied to the FBI, or the FBI lied to congress. I haven’t seen the evidence so my jury is out on that.

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          • Jan says:

            I bet Christopher Steele is not planning to come to the US any time soon. So he could be indicted but the UK isn’t going to turn him over to us, so Steele’s kind of moot, like the Russians Mueller indicted.

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      • mutantbeast says:

        there was an FBI agent in Minneappolis who just got a 10yr prison sentence for leaking classified information knowinlgy. If judicial precedent were truthful, thats the minimum sentence you apply to Comreade Comey, MCscab McCabe and Strzok and Page.

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    • jleonard14 says:

      How about asking your congressman to agree to release the data on who the taxpayers paid to settle sexual harassment (or worse) lawsuits by members of congress.

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    • T.L.T. says:

      FL_GUY

      @repmattgaetz is your CONgressman?

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  4. Delibero says:

    Trust nobody and verify, especially for Mueller and Weismann because they appear to love indicting as many fellow Americans as possible and raiding their homes in the wee hours. It seems to be a thrill for them to ruin lives even if it’s for allegedly lying about something that is not even a crime. The innocents they sent to jail in the past and were later released when SCOTUS overturned their convictions did not change them. 2 died before they were exonerated while Hillary was exonerated before she was even “interviewed” or had a chat with Strzok.

    This is a hellish, one sided witch hunt considering all the Democrats and gov’t flunkies that lied repeatedly and broke the law in other ways over the last 2-3 years but are happily walking free or on a tour selling a despicable and infantile book.

    Many Dems with special privileges from the FBI and DOJ were instantly given immunity while the President and his lawyer are still being hounded and stripped of the basic right of attorney/client privilege. The judge that is presiding over the Cohen trial married George Soros but it is only a coincidence and the word is be PATIENT silly right wingers. You are inferior to Dems and don’t deserve the same leniency and forgiveness that was provided to Hillary, Huma etc

    If a TV host mentions the possibility of a criminal charge against a Dem, Dershowtiz’s head indignantly nods “No” back and forth and then he scolds the imbecile for making such an outlandish suggestion that a superior Democrat with special privileges should ever be charged with a crime. This is the USA in 2018 stupid. Just shut up and let Mueller and Kimba wield their excessive powers against an elected President and hound him and strip him of as many rights as they can get away with thanks to sleepy Jeff, vengeful Rod and worst of all many in their own tainted GOP party that encourage Mueller daily.

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    • Sherbear says:

      Spot on! And infuriating!

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      • ezpz2 says:

        Exactly, Sherbear.
        With each passing day, we see more and more egregious, malicious treatment of POTUS ‘s allies — from unconstitutional raids to malicious prosecution/persecution; yet Zero raids, zero indictments of the REAL criminals!

        Outrage fatigue!

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        • Delibero says:

          ez;
          “Outrage fatigue” is an excellent phrase that sums it up for many.

          If only Conservatives could just meekly accept their inferior and secondary status in the grossly imbalanced justice system compared to Dems, then there would be no outrage at all except for those that receive one of the “Conservative” or “Trump Supporter” stamped subpoenas from Mueller or the DOJ or those whose doors are knocked down at 4:00 am by Mueller’s goons. “Ignorance is bliss” until your doors are smashed in by your own gov’t.

          Trump has been talking about rigged systems for years but I don’t know if he realized that the Justice system is by far the most rigged and corrupted of all. The Dems are laughing and enjoying their free passes and DOJ special privileges and Rod is doing a great job maintaining that outrageous imbalance while Jeff turns his gaze elsewhere.

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          • Perot Conservative says:

            They think they are morally superior. They aren’t.

            See Klanbake, New Jersey Democrat convention, Exhibit #1.

            Exhibit #2 – Chicago.
            Exhibit #3 – Detroit.

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            • mutantbeast says:

              I can give you seberal more-Baltimor(on), which has the highest per capita violent crime rate in the US. (2) Filthadelphia, where almost half the violent crime in the entire state of Pennsylvania occurs. BTW Baltimor(0n) has NEVER had a GOP mayor, and 2 of there previous mayors were Thomas Deallasandro Sr and his son Tmooy Jr, father and brother respectively of the wicked witch Nancy Pelosi.

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          • paulyho39 says:

            Yes! It’s getting waay beyond my ability to comprehend this evil that portends to be our “justice system”!

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      • Delibero says:

        Thanks Sherbear.
        If it’s infuriating now wait until the IG report is released. I just hope it isn’t just another lengthy delay tactic and opportunity to knock off more statute of limitation time for any guilty parties. Assuming Rod would ever have the audacity to indict a single Dem in the imbalanced Justice system.

        The Justice system is clearly at a banana republic level for Trump and his supporters. Indicting a Dem is infinitely more difficult and undesirable for Rod to do than unleashing the Mueller-Weismann–NY hell hounds against POTUS and anyone close to him.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          Can attorney John Huber Indict?

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          • Delibero says:

            Good question. Not at this stage I think. I believe he’s only another one studying the possibility that possible charges might be forthcoming against possible wrong doers when the next possible level of DOJ stallers study his findings and then release a possible report for the next possible investigator to study and then pass on to….and so on.

            Sessions stated that Huber was ordered:
            “to review multiple issues of Justice Department and FBI conduct…”

            He also said, “I am confident that Mr. Huber’s review will include a full, complete, and objective evaluation of these matters in a manner that is consistent with the law and facts.
            I receive regular updates from Mr. Huber and upon the conclusion of his review, will receive his recommendations as to whether any matters not currently under investigation should be opened, whether any matters currently under investigation require further resources, or whether any matters merit the appointment of a special counsel.”

            More double standards and diversions for the anti Trump crowd. Rod baby or Sessions can’t issue more immunity cards to them as it would look too obvious now so he sets up endless revolving doors and multiple studies that study previous studies and on and on.

            This disgraceful Justice system might begin to re-balance itself one day but I wouldn’t hold your breath. What is certain is that the anti Trump witch hunt will continue to indict and terrify its prey and to smash down Conservative and Trump supporters doors at 4:00 am for as long as they wish. That is justice in America in 2018–under a GOP admin.

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            • Perot Conservative says:

              My assumption is a prosecuting attorney, like Huber, can Indict.

              Sessions probably has to give his approval. Whether he breaks a sweat us up to him.

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              • Delibero says:

                True Perot. Huber certainly has the qualifications to indict someone but I don’t think during his present “review” that he was given the green light by Rod of Jeff to indict anyone. Indictments will have to wait (I think) until Sessions, Rod etc carefully read the review and then make decisions for action or inaction. Time needed for this phase unknown.

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            • Dilibero – your first paragraph is GOLDEN!!!

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          • G. Combs says:

            Perot Conservative says, Can attorney John Huber Indict?

            I do not see why not.
            FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
            Thursday, March 15, 2018

            Former Nashville Judge Indicted on Additional Federal Obstruction and Theft Charges

            “A federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment against a former Nashville, Tennessee judge on obstruction and other charges stemming from a scheme in which he abused his official position for personal gain. Acting Assistant Attorney General John P. Cronan of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee made the announcement.[…]”

            (Nice to see some good news.)

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            Yes. He is one of a number of prosecutors that Sessions has lined up for that purpose.

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          • mutantbeast says:

            Yes he can . He as a federal prosecutor can empanel a grand jury also.

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    • T.L.T. says:

      Delibero powerfully written, thank you!

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  5. Keebler ac says:

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    • Delibero says:

      I hope Bill is enjoying life after Fox.

      “I counted six direct lies from reporters covering the Sean Hannity – Michael Cohen situation.”
      Only six. It was probably more like 600 but who in their “right mind” wants to check every MSM site. One is painful enough to glance at. The deception is immediately obvious.

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      • mutantbeast says:

        Its pretty obvious that Hannitys name was leaked in apre-arranged fashion. BTW, that is supposed to be a felony to do so. And any so called reporter knows that.

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      It’s because there is no such thing as the Press. They are advocates as we know now.

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  6. This is one instance where I believe that Mueller is distancing himself from easily-provable lies.

    Simpson might be pushing this. But also, the McClatchy article detailed that the Dems in the Senate and House Intel Committees had their own gumshoes trying to find stuff on Cohen.

    Schiff. Warner. They are trying to prolong this false nothingburger in order to keep the troops revved up in November. By far they have the most motivation to seed these McClatchy clowns.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Note that Mueller did not say which stories are false. This is a total BS move to cover the bottomless leaky boat of his organization and the NY AG’s supporting him. For this story to have any meaning he has to site exact stories, source of story and scalp of leaker. Until that happen, this is an utterly meaningless statement.

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  7. Mueller’s pattern has been to release information only when he has to change the enemedia narrative. I wonder what’s about to drop that precipitated this nugget of information.

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    • Imo, Mueller is positioning himself personally for a gradual retreat. The first IG report made it clear that serious wrongdoing has been catalogued, and that his efforts at diversion are not working.

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      • Oldschool says:

        That would make sense coe, if not for the recent cohen raid. Why open up a new front? In addition, I don’t believe mueller needed to see the IG report to know who horowitz is and the cast of characters he was investigating. Mueller knew much of this before the report dropped.

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        • I believe that Mueller wanted nothing to do with whatever meager Cohen information that he had. He offloaded it and washed his hands.

          The raid was conducted by the Preet Boyz. The fools.

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          • davidb says:

            Correct…and I’d like to add that Muledog isn’t setting up a exit strategy as he has almost 3 more years of milking the taxpayers.

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            • mutantbeast says:

              Check out Mule turds history with James “whitey” Bulger. Shows you just kind of “prosecuttor) Mule turd is. Whitey Bulger was the biggest scandal in FBI history, and Mule turd is right in the middle of it.

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          • mutantbeast says:

            The same NYC FBI office that is threatening Preet and his Obama syncophats over Anthony the Weiner .

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        • starfcker says:

          Old school, it’s simple. They are looking for tradable dirt. It may be a Hail Mary, but it’s all they have left.

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          • Mike13 says:

            There is no need for Hail Marys when you are winning. Sorry, until indictments roll out from the right, the left has rolled out more.

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      • Greg1 says:

        I would like to think that is true. It would seem to me that it SHOULD seem self evident to Mueller that he has one particular area of weakness to be concerned with in all of this…….

        Based upon the thorough OIG report on McCabe, how much info about Mueller and his “small group” team has been revealed (and in how much detail) by Strzok and Page to the OIG?

        If this thought has been previously expressed, sorry for repeating it, can’t get time to read all of the comments.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          think about this. Strzok was the FBI agent who Flynn was indicted about “lying ” to. Strzok also interviewed Hillary, Manafort, Mills Palmieri and several others, Considering who Muleturd has appointed as lawyers to his team, its likely he knew beforehand Strzok was a hardocre America hater and would go after those like Flynn while going soft on Hillary and her shills(he granted Huma Abedin immunity of all things) . Its quite plain that this entire “collusion” mess is nothing more than a leftist conspiracy to undermine Trump

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    • T.L.T. says:

      Mueller makes a move when he knows the DOJ is about to release damaging info, like the McCabe incident.

      He’s done it several times. It gives the media cover to completely ignore factual news while hyperventilating over the Mueller/Cohen/Stormy non story. They don’t even talk about FISAgate except in passing.

      The cartwheels Lying Media perform are weird. I’ve never seen anything like this in my life.

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      • mutantbeast says:

        sure they have . In Watergate, they never told Americans the real reason Nixon fired Cox, it was because 2 lawyers got caught planting evidence. There names were Hillary Clinton and Bernard Nussbaum. I also saw the media doing cartwheels over Iran/Contra, except that Col North played these dopes like a violin.

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  8. Could be because the raid turned up zilch and now they are trying to back out of all this as quietly as they can….

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    • Keebler ac says:

      Mueller hoped to find but didn’t expect to find, any dirt. He exists as a goon for hire merely to extort fear and submission by PDT to the swamp or give the lamesteam some fodder to distract from the REAL crimes by FBI.

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    • MVW says:

      “Could be because the raid turned up zilch and now they are trying to back out of all this as quietly as they can….”

      Exactly. Nail meets hammer.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Maybe melissa

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    • It makes no sense to me that Cohen would fight so hard to get first look at the seized evidence before prosecutors, if there’s nothing ugly to find. This is a criminal investigation aimed directly at Cohen, even if Mr. Trump is an indirect target. If/when Cohen gets charged, we will know what the specific purpose of the raid was.

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      • T.L.T. says:

        Trump is not an investigative target per Mueller. (right)

        Raid Cohen for criminal behavior, sure. Trump info isn’t part of that unless it’s on the search warrant, in which case Trump IS a target.

        The DOJ is still being used by Obama/Jarrett because Jeff Sessions excused himself. Yes I know how to spell recused. Rod Rosenstein is still running everything. It’s so bad it’s funny.

        This guy is a witness in Muellers investigation & a target in the Uranium One investigation. Mueller himself is a target in UraniumOne, lol.

        WTF are people thinking. Call out the Marines.

        When Democrats flood the streets of America, declare martial law & take your six months with no Constitution & round up all players in ObamaGate. Put the rioters in soccer stadiums along with illegals. Since they like them so much let them live together intimately.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Remember—-MOST of P45’s dealings, business, taxes etc are taken care of by a bevy of other lawyers, and would not be found in Cohen’s files.

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  9. Awww, poor Mueller doesn’t like inaccurate stories of baseless speculation being printed about his investigation? Boo-frickin’-hoo.

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  10. RJones says:

    Sounds like Mueller is saying there’s a lot of fake news out there. Pres Trump should amplify that little message.

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  11. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    THIS WHOLE COHEN DEAL WAS BEING SET UP BACK IN FEBRUARY!!!!

    (CNN)Eleven court cases associated with independent counsel Ken Starr’s investigation into President Bill Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky will largely be made public, a federal judge decided Monday in response to a request from CNN.
    The opinion in DC federal court outlines how judges may step in to disclose grand jury matters, especially after enough time has passed and when the public has an interest in them.
    Though Chief Judge Beryl Howell’s opinion Monday deals with secret legal proceedings from 20 years ago, it could offer a road map for making court records in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation public eventually.
    “The district court is notably absent from this list of the persons bound by” rules governing grand jury secrecy, Howell wrote.

    Howell also oversees proceedings related to the grand jury assembled by Mueller.
    CNN had asked to unseal the disputes related to Starr’s Lewinsky investigation in February, after researching Starr-era court actions that could shed light on the Mueller proceedings.

    The records Howell weighed involved Starr’s requests for witnesses to testify before the grand jury and litigation about a grand jury leak investigation. Among the cases: a tangle over whether the president himself would be forced to testify, and whether the White House had to turn over Clinton’s meeting records and phone logs.
    Another case involves the testimony of Terry Lenzner, an attorney and private investigator for Clinton who tried to avoid turning over documents. Lenzner claimed attorney-client privilege at the time — an argument also at the core of Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen’s dispute with federal investigators in New York this week.

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/04/16/politics/starr-clinton-judge-ruling/index.html?sr=twCNN041618starr-clinton-judge-ruling1016PMStory

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    • blind no longer says:

      Deborah, I am not getting the connection here. I must be slow or have information overload. Can you shed some light on this for me.

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      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        first may ask, did you read the entire article?

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        • blind no longer says:

          No. sorry just what you copied . will go back and re read.

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        • Notmeagain says:

          Well, I did. First impression, it’s CNN. But I persevered. Basically, it says that after a long time a judge can decide to release grand jury info when the matter is resolved. And this may, someday, relate to Mueller. Beyond that I guess I’m one of the other ignorant saps who don’t get the relevance to Mueller’s statement, which was the topic of this post, and don’t therefore deserve your time in making the connection.

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          • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

            I’m glad you took the time to read it yourself. I was hoping it would save me the time but that doesn’t mean you don’t deserve my time nor that i am not willing to give it to you… I am.. here goes.

            1. CNN asked for this with out CNN it wouldn’t be happening. they asked the court back in Feb. (before Cohen issue)
            “a federal judge decided Monday in response to a request from CNN.”

            WHY CNN DID THIS ⬇️⬇️⬇️
            2. “Though Chief Judge Beryl Howell’s opinion Monday deals with secret legal proceedings from 20 years ago, it could offer a road map for making court records in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation public eventually.”

            3. The Judge Howell is the same judge presiding over Cohen’s case
            “Howell also oversees proceedings related to the grand jury assembled by Mueller.”

            4 “Another case involves the testimony of Terry Lenzner, an attorney and private investigator for Clinton who tried to avoid turning over documents. Lenzner claimed attorney-client privilege at the time — an argument also at the core of Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen’s dispute with federal investigators in New York this week.
            At the time, the court forced Lenzner to give fee information to the special grand jury. Howell ordered this case — where no documents have ever been made public — to be unsealed, including the judge’s opinion on the matter in July 1998.”

            well i hope this helps you to understand what i am pointing out. 😃

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            • mutantbeast says:

              Lenznerd wasnt acting as an “attorney” when he was killing Elizabeth Ward Gracens dog or Following Kathleen Willey around anywhere. Niether was Jack Palladino, they wer eoperating basically as mob hit men for Clinton.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Oy givalt!

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      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        What ev’s – you’re the one that wants me to take the time to give you a rehash of a long story already told….
        advice: Pay attention better

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        • ezpz2 says:

          I’ve been playing close attention and ‘the plan’ you keept touting is just not happening. In fact, I’m paying such close attention that the OPPOSITE of your ‘plan’ is what’s happening.

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  12. MVW says:

    Mule has stuck to the policy that innocence is no excuse. A guilty charge is all that is important.

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  13. scott467 says:

    Mueller: “If another outlet reports something, don’t run with it unless you have your own sourcing to back it up.”

    __________________

    He was quoting Rudimentary Reporting Basics for Pre-Schoolers, 3rd edition, 1949.

    WAY too advanced for the imbeciles and fakers masquerading as reporters today.

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  14. Sayit2016 says:

    It seems that Adam Schiff for brain has been quiet lately…..

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  15. Chuck says:

    On the other hand, Mr, Mueller, many of the stories are entirely true……..

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  16. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Burn, Baby! Burn!!!!
    Fusion GPS & Co. must be resting well at night………………….NOT!!! LOL!!!!

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  17. missilemom says:

    So McConnell stops the intro of legislation to protect Mueller before Senators go home for break and face hell.
    I can’t find the source I saw earlier or would give attribution, but someone came up with a clever response to Mueller press release:
    In other words, don’t print stories we haven’t directly leaked to you. Don’t rely on other news source leaks, wait to get your own.

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  18. MIKE says:

    Is Muler exhausting every potential piece of evidence the crawdad lawyers could dredge up before any real trial gets underway?
    Is there a different protocol in a military tribunal with respect to proceedings in our rigged Admiralty/Maritime courts?
    I like to dream, BIGLY.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      I think history showed that Mulehead, like far too many fedgov thugs, doesn’t do well with actual trials, ’cause then all the witnesses testify and failures to disclose exculpatory evidence and dirty deals for tainted testimony come out. He’s a badged thug who gets wrongful convictions by pressuring people into guilty pleas with threats and abusive tactics, like happened to Flynn and the much weaker Poopoopadoo.

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  19. Padric says:

    This seems fairly simple. FBI out of SDNY has already gone through Cohen’s stuff. It turned up nothing on Prague. They communicate this back to Mueller’s team. Mueller’s team is now signalling to Simpson that the raid was a bust. They’re giving him a heads up to the danger he now faces.

    There’s no other reason for this. There’s been literally dozens of fake stories about Mueller’s investigation and they never said a word. Now they do. There’s a reason for the break in their previous behavior.

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    • KBR says:

      Sounds plausible to me.
      Might have worked as a heads up to Rep Charlie Dent too, since he announced today he is leaving the HOR.

      Might have worked as a heads up to Mitch McConnell and crew too, since Mitch announced just today that the Senate will not take up Charlie Dent’s bill to protect Mueller.

      Now if Mueller gets fired (or better yet, perp walked) perhaps all the Soros groups now standing at the ready for rioting will find the majority of LEO (and perhaps even military assistance, should their organizations be declared domestic terror groups which they most certainly ARE) is/are more than ready for them.

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      But Mueller and the rest of the bad guys already know by now that Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen wasn’t really in Prague. They wouldn’t have to raid his office to find that out.

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  20. jmclever says:

    Mueller’s statement rings hollow in light of the Cohen raid.

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  21. Mike says:

    The IG report was a REAL investigation, thorough, complete, and well done.

    It also demonstrated the IG’s team is honest and unintimidated. That should signal to Mueller and the “small group” that the IG will be getting the truth out, probably in small easy to understand stages (as predicted by SD).

    That may be causing team Mueller to hedge their bets, allowing the possibility for them to back off quietly. Then try to leak any dirt they have gathered to hurt Trump to their stooges in the MSNM.

    They had a T1 wire on Carter Page for a year. They seized all the Trump transition records and seized all of Cohen’s records. So far we have seen NOTHING that hurts Trump.

    Just imagine if a real prosecutor had a wire on the Clinton’s for a year?

    And IF the Justice Department starts prosecuting, starting with the slam dunk of McCabe, the entire house of cards comes down.

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    • josco scott says:

      hahahahahah CAN YOU IMAGINE?? And the two hop rule? OH MY we’d know where so many bodies are buried. And by whom…

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    • Karl Kastner says:

      A possible interpretation of the Mueller spokesperson’s statement at this juncture: We are winding down and don’t get your hopes up. That goes for Trump supporters that want our necks and liberals who are betting their life savings on collusion being proven. Neither is true.

      Remember the preceding statement was that Trump was not a target of the investigation. I bet Trump was cleared months ago. This would correspond to him confidently stating and restating that there was no collusion. Many of his statements telegraph what eventually is proven true.

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    • mutantbeast says:

      Id start with those like Nellie Ohr, who strikes me as someone whod never stand up to a real interrogation. McScab MCCabe and Comrade Comey are ALREADY back biting at each other, so you know both of them are full of it.

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  22. “Be very cautious about any source that claims to have knowledge about our investigation and dig deep into what they claim before reporting on it. If another outlet reports something, don’t run with it unless you have your own sourcing to back it up.”

    Translation: “Be very cautious about making up your own B.S. and make sure it more or less conforms to the ‘official’ unattributed B.S. we’re shoveling out of the back of the barn. If another outlet comes up with unattributed, speculative B.S. that advances the story an iota, don’t run with it without checking with us first to make sure it has been sanctioned as part of out official “Get Trump” PR plan.

    “We will supply you with poll-tested, by-line-ready boilerplate copy, complete with zingy quotes from the usual annonymous sources ‘close to the investigation,’ as well as “breaking news” scripts for your news personalities to read on air.

    “Remember: We’re all in this together. Advance OUR agenda, and you advance your career in media. When WE win, YOU win!”

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  23. churchmouse says:

    Someone linked to Obama’s last state dinner with a Lisa Page being on the guest list:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/reliable-source/wp/2016/10/18/complete-guest-list-for-the-state-dinner-in-honor-of-italian-prime-minister-matteo-renzi/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.d17b6641ce00

    I will post again, as I did post under the original comment although it was binned (underneath a comment which had been previously spammed).

    Before everyone gets too excited, that Lisa Page is likely to be Lisa Johnson Page, wife of Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune.

    Here’s how their names appear on the guest list:

    Clarence Page, The Chicago Tribune
    Lisa Page

    Clarence Page’s Wikipedia page link:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarence_Page

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  24. MTK says:

    How do I say this. On second thoughts, I don’t.
    This simplest explaination of how Michael Cohen got into the dossier by way of an ‘about query’ is…

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    My only clue is ‘THFRO’.

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    • KBR says:

      My guess, the H stands for Hillary.

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    • Shadrach says:

      Seems to me to be pretty simple. There are a lot of Michael Cohen’s. Imagine what story they could have come up with if PDJT’s lawyer had been John Smith. Plus it’s believable; he has ties to Ukraine. They probably jumped all over it like white on rice without doing their due diligence. Why do you think it’s a mystery?

      http://dailycaller.com/2017/01/11/govt-source-confirms-trumps-lawyer-was-not-in-prague/
      Gov’t Source Confirms Man Who Was In Prague Was NOT Trump’s Lawyer

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        How about Smith, Horowitz, or Nguyen?

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      • MTK says:

        Why do you think it’s a mystery?

        Who does not love a mystery and besides I am guessing.

        What if I am right, and because I love my country and won’t betray it, that is the reason for cryptic message.

        and…

        The risk to the ‘small group’ -on this specific issue- is very real.

        and

        IG Horowitz is saying…

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

        I am saying IG Horowitz is saying this based on he is the one sitting on the explaination, for the cited above reason.

        When it breaks, I’ll fill in the x’s.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        It might not have even been “Michael” Cohen–might’ve been M Cohen in the NSA data. Until that particular data is discovered/produced and unmasked (behind real security, not Demonrat [in]security) we’ll never know for sure what it was all based on. NSA and/or FIB databases should, however, also show exactly who did the data search, when and from where–i.e., the query has to come from an identifiable, authorized IP address and should leave plenty of traces. That’s some more critical info that one would hope the IG and patriots in PDJT’s admin have.

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  25. rhinOC says:

    I give up. I know this going to make me look dumber than I already appear to be, but what is VSJ?

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  26. Follow the $$$. Muellar and Company raided Cohen’s offices for information pertaining to his suit against Fusion etal. They need information to effectively defend against the lawsuit. They need to know what information Cohen has.

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    • FrankieZ says:

      Cohen is a very smart guy. Don’t you think, that at some point, he knew he would be investigated by MULE FACE, because of his ties to the TRUMPSTER, that he hid any incriminating info. I believe he was given enough warning about being investigated that he had ample time to do this.

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    • nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

      You know, you would have thought the Founders would have written something into the Constitution to prevent things like this from happening. Maybe something along the lines of:
      “[t]he right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

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      • Lucille says:

        Well done, curmudgeon!

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      • mutantbeast says:

        thye did. Its supposed to be known as the 4th amendment, unfortunately weve allowed so-called “judicial precedent” to become actual law. So all you need now is some ideological left judge (like Bill Clinotsn first AG chloce, Kimba Wood) to make up some unheard of excuse and call it “precedent”. BTW has anyone asked WHENKimba Wood was appointed to the federal bench? Like right after she took one for the ideoogues and backed out as Bubbas AG because Hillary wanted Janet Renomarxist instead? Kimbas reward for backing out was a federal judgeship appointment. Any bets if Hillary had won Comrade Comey, McScab McCabe, Strzok and Page ended up with lifetime judicial appointments to the federal bench?

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  27. Greg says:

    Mueller has done his job he has hand-passed the ‘small team’ baton onto NY courts.

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  28. Mueller is telling Schiff and others to stop their silly games; he is also telling the press to stop writing their stories as if they have talked to anyone on his team. The previously debunked (and verified false once again) Cohen story was the last straw I think. because it appeared to have been sourced to Mueller’s group.
    Most of the so-called “leaks” coming from “the Mueller investigation” are likely from witnesses after they appeared before the Grand Jury. They have immunity (provided they do not lie to the GJ) and there is no prohibition on them talking afterwards. Actually there isn’t much Mueller can do if they talk beforehand except make their lives a living hell once they get in front of the GC.

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    • Mike says:

      Grand jury testimony is secret. They could be charged with contempt if caught disclosing GJ testimony.

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    • 196ski says:

      Personally I think Schiff is nervous. He was the source of many of the leaks and with Huber on the prowl it makes sense for him to lay low. Sessions has stated that there are 23 investigations going on relating to leaks.

      In the end it won’t matter for him. If he is guilty, and I feel strongly that he is, he will have his day in court.

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  29. jeans2nd says:

    We are missing a connection.
    “Fusion entities were using unlawful FBI FISA-702 searches to conduct political opposition research”
    How did the Fusion FISA-702 search info find its way to Christopher Steele in UK?

    Nellie Ohr obtained a ham radio license May 2016, right after the FISA-702 searches were shut down.
    Did you know we still monitor ham radio traffic? Yup. True. PPD-28 and USSID SP0018, available at dni.gov and github https://github.com/nsa-observer/documents/search?utf8=✓&q=USSID+SP0018&type=

    Robert Mueller knows what we do not know.
    Mueller’s job is to protect the Small Group and the guilty Congressional Swamp Creatures.
    Fake News would be wise to listen to Mueller’s spokesman.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Wooo! We monitor Ham radio?

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      • Paco Loco says:

        Unlikely anyone but another ham trying to operate on the same frequency would be monitoring it. The FCC doesn’t monitor the Ham bands anymore unless theirs a report of interference or illegal operations.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        yes, yes we do. we trained listening to cuban fishing boats.

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    • Shadrach says:

      We are assuming, aren’t we, that it was a bad FISA-702 search? (Rather than a bad analysis by another group?) Reasonable assumption, but the Steele dossier was written after the 702 searches were being watched more carefully….and the Cohen faulty addition would have to be put in after August 2016. That is the sweet spot where FISA-702s were more difficult to obtain, and the FISA warrant against Page hadn’t yet been approved.

      I wonder if this doesn’t implicate foreign partners. How else would they fill the gap? I still think Judge Napolitano was correct way back then. But obviously this is just my conjecture.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        FISA Title I searches allow for searches on previous traffic. NSA data is stored for at least 5 years.
        Morse code is now sent by computer, and ham radio traffic is captured.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          Does your average Nellie know this?

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        • Shadrach says:

          OK. But the dossier contained (false) info on Cohen’s movement during August 2016. So the length of time data is stored isn’t as relevant. That info was released contemporaneously, in one of the later memos in the Steele dossier (packet of memos).

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          • deqwik2 says:

            I understand what you are saying. The first 16 reports in the dossier were complete by the end of June 2016. The Cohen trip was supposedly made in Aug or Sept so it had to be added to the dossier at a later date because it had not occured at the time that the dossier was started. Rogers had pretty much stopped the easy access to 702 queries at that point.

            Think about Robert Hannigan GCHQ from UK coming to the US to share UK intel with Brennan in the summer of 2016, (early Aug). First of all, Hannigan should have been meeting with Mike Rogers NOT Brennan for a Director to Director meeting. This briefing happened right before Brennan briefed the Gang of 8. If the UK wasn’t gathering intel for the US, why would this out of protocol meeting need to take place?

            I believe Hannigan came to brief Brennan before the date of the Cohen trip to Prague so the info on Cohen was added even after this meeting occured but we know the UK was involved at the time.

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            • deqwik2 says:

              Forgot to add that Cohen wasn’t added to the dossier until 18th – 20th Oct 2016.
              The warrant to spy on Carter Page was approved 21st Oct. but we know for the Page/Strzok text that they were getting impatient waiting on the approval so that would mean the Cohen info wasn’t in the dossier when they presented it to the FISA court.

              Did they get Steele to add the info on Cohen in case the approval for Carter didn’t pan out or was it Steele’s idea? So many questions I’d like to see answered someday.

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      • Sassy says:

        Good point. If the Cohen who went to Prague used a foreign passport, then we might speculate he was a Brit or another Aussie, eager to help defeat Trump.

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        • Sassy says:

          Clarification: By “he” I meant whoever it was who may have tipped Deep State to the fact that a guy named Cohen went to Prague, not that the Cohen who went to Prague wanted to help defeat Trump.

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    • Joshua2415 says:

      Sundance has covered this. The FISA-702 query data was most likely delivered by Bruce Ohr to his wife Nellie Ohr, who gave it to Fusion-GPS and Christopher Steele.

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  30. MTK says:

    Just some food for thought…

    What are the courts past rulings on destruction of evidence of subpoenaed documents?

    Now that Mr Cohen with little fuss turned over his records, with the corresponding glee of the MSM and ACLU on the record making augments to support this action.
    What happens now, when the shoe is on the other foot, and Huber does the same to the law firms that represents the Clinton’s.

    The March 8th deadline has come and gone.

    Are these people really thinking they are that untouchable. Do they really think these law firm records are needed to make Huber prosecution actionable at this stage? More like go ahead and destroy them, that will be one count for every instance.

    What web these fools have spun.

    News flash… You may have been paid to drink the Clinton’s coolaid and believe no foreign entities hacked the HRC email server, however can it be honestly said somewhere in the bowels of the Federal Govt the server was not hacked by Uncle Sam. So go ahead and fire up the sheaders.

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    • JX says:

      A lot of deadlines come and go, nothing happens. So far what do we have? A handful of demotions and one firing. No prosecutions. Investigation of FISA abuse started a few weeks ago in March after being public knowledge since at least November. And just yesterday Rosenstein ignored Congress again. It’s a farce.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Rosy bluffing Nunes?

        File contempt charges.

        Then Impeachment.

        What is the status on thosev1.5 Million documents? New attorney onboard, overseeing production.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Cornell Law School

      18 U.S. Code § 1519 – Destruction, alteration, or falsification of records in Federal investigations and bankruptcy
      US Code
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      “Whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any case filed under title 11, or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.”

      (Added Pub. L. 107–204, title VIII, § 802(a), July 30, 2002, 116 Stat. 800.)

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      • MTK says:

        Exactly what I thought and that is for each act, or would they like to lawyer themselves into RICO status by arguing different.
        Once the zippos come out, these law firms will pay a huge fine (the liability alone will put them out business) and do major time, without having to prove the little bitty working details. They will simply have defined their own crime by their own actions, or choose to become States witnesses by preserving their records.

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  31. SmilinJackAbbott says:

    If someone could find the ‘wrong’ Michael Cohen that did visit Prague and confirm he has the same year of birth as was leaked to Jake Tapper it’s the next best thing to proof of an illegal political DB search. The odds of 2 Michael Cohen with the same year of birth visiting Prague at the exact time one of them ‘colluded’ with Russians is in the millions right?

    One of these stories is BS. Process of elimination.

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  32. TheWanderingStar says:

    “What I have been telling all reporters is that many stories about our investigation have been inaccurate,”

    “What I have been telling all reporters is that many of our investigation have been inaccurate,”

    There fixed it for ya Bobby.

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  33. Piggy says:

    I really hope Nellie Ohr is being investigated. She’s a Russian speaker, spent lots of time in Russia, and a Stalinist. Her Mother wrote books on individuals with ties to 1930’s Communists.

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  34. ablefox says:

    Irrational exuberance.

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  35. They made the “mistake” of the “wrong Michael Cohen” on purpose. EFFERS

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  36. TreeperInTraining says:

    Just for kicks…I think I’ll send Mueller a #fakenewz# bumper sticker for his car.

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  37. TreeperInTraining says:

    Just for kicks…I think I’ll send Mueller a #fakenewz# bumper sticker for his car.

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  38. Kan says:

    The problem with the Cohen trip to Prague information coming from the 702 DB searches by contractors into the Steele Dossier is the timeline. Rogers kills 702DB access by contractors in April 2016. Steele Dossier says Cohen trip to Prague occurred in Aug 2016.

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    • Clara says:

      That’s an excellent point. What this suggests is what I think Sundance has been saying for quite some time — that some of the information in the dossier that came from the searches could actually have been found and laundered through the dossier by members of the small group themselves (i.e. FBI, DOJ). It’s also possible that just because Admiral Rogers officially shut down the access by contractors doesn’t mean that the small group complied. In other words, it’s still possible that Nellie Ohr was accessing the database visa vis her husband Bruce, who would still have had access himself.

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      • brenrod says:

        my understanding is that after the nsa database was shut down by rogers nellie was able to go throught the fbi/doj/nsd data base

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      The theory is Bruce Uhr provided access. Uhr was interviewed 12 times, FYI.

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    • CopperTop says:

      Kan you actually verify a theory I put in above. Now I’m more convinced. Cohen info was known by April 2016 was not put in May FISA attempt on Page (perhaps June if there was one)…and BAM Cohen’s name is in the approved FISA. This is the smoking gun that shows the ‘players’ were going after a direct tie to Trump. Denial judges most likely said…we see what this COULD do…”you better show us that there is a bonafide reason your ultimate target (Trump not Page) is going to be blackmailed by Russia if elected. None of these people are really Trump insiders.” Placing Coehn in there after Rogers put end to searches means that the application was intending to make a judge feel comfortable if it ‘touched’ Trump. Election subversion smoking and choking and puffing. I’m right. Wow.

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    • Shadrach says:

      Thank you!!! That is what I was trying to say to jeans2nd in my comments above.

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      • CopperTop says:

        It’s even simpler than I attempt to explain above. “Your Honor we have an atty who is involved in this. For reasons of privilege we cannot interview him therefore pursuant to blah blah statute we need the FISA warrant.” According to Sundance that’s all that would be needed for the FISA approval.

        How come they didn’t just do that the first time. Because Cohen wasn’t in there. Why is not okay now since it works within the statute…well ahem…in their joy they forgot to determine if it was in FACT the same Cohen since they didn’t check…then it’s obvious they were assuming it was TRUMPs Cohen.

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  39. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Sorry, Mueller, don’t trust you or believe a word you say. Where were you when leaks were coming from YOUR office to the press for months and months. You did not say a word to counter the leaks. Now, that the American people are on to you, especially after the Cohen office raid, your poll numbers are starting to tank. The public sees it as a Witch Hunt now. Now, you come out and try to tell us not to listen to what they say in the media. I call BS when I see it.

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  40. Someone should find the real Michael Cohen who went to Prague. Has to be a small universe of people, narrowntime period, American obviously. What else? Need same DOB, middle name?

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  41. ATheoK says:

    “What I have been telling all reporters is that many stories about our investigation have been inaccurate”

    In the world of “plausible deniability” that statement of Mueller’s constitutes admission that much if not most of the stories are true.

    How the mighty have fallen. Not that they were ever very high. Better described as plummeting from ankle height to dog feces smeared shoe sole level.

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  42. zooamerica says:

    My dream is for Mueller and his team of liberal lawyers to indict the Clinton’s, Obama, Lynch, Holder, and everyone else who is guilty.

    The MSM would go berserk. Could you imagine Rachel Maddow’s facial expressions?

    Mueller is practically the Pope to the Fake News Media, and he is also the Democrats false savior.

    IMAGINE all the criminals
    Living under lock and key
    You may say I’m a dreamer
    But that’s the way it should be

    God I pray this to come true!

    Keep praying, the power of positive thinking creates what matters.

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  43. Obs says:

    “Monday night the deadline passed and the Sessions Department of Justice had still not turned over the unredacted Comey memos to Congressional investigators.”

    No doubt about good ‘ol Sessions, he’s certainly helping President Trump at every turn

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  44. CNN_sucks says:

    Please somebody wake up Session. Pretty useless AG.

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    • Obs says:

      Not incompetent…just UniParty who is in a position to obstruct.
      Sessions has to balance his running interference with being finally sacked, as PDJT mused aloud the other week..

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  45. inquisitorLost says:

    Bongino does some dot connecting at around 40:00 in his podcast today regarding all the Clinton Obama Mueller connections among the people that setup Russian related meetings that are being investigated by Mueller and his team. And also how they are going after Erik Prince because he knows about the NYPD Weiner laptop shenanigans.

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  46. Greg says:

    Conrad Black article. Apparently Stormy’s lawyer is mates with Rahm Emmanuel!

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/04/james-comey-robert-mueller-trump-advantage/

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Yup. Old news. He also reportedly has over 50 lawsuits against him and the company he owned / owns, Tullys Coffee (in Northwest). Many locations closing, some running out of coffee, he claims he no longer owns it, which is contradicted by employees.

      How does he pay his New York bills, who is funding this fishing expedition and tar & feather show?

      WHY doesn’t Cohen get the valid NDA enforced?

      Interesting also that he is a handsome pit bull, but not a single picture of him with a woman on the web?

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  47. Dave says:

    My dream is that when we finally start to see indictments of the bad guys/gals made public, we don’t see a trickle, but a TSUNAMI! Also, my dream continues with military tribunals trying the perps in a Nuremberg-style setting. None of this one-at-a-time bs that can take years. I want to see quick execution (pun intended) of the guilty! I feel so much better now!

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    • Kris says:

      I think we all do. I understand that they have to work from the bottom of the swamp up to the top, otherwise, the stinking slime will try to flee, I just hope I live to see it!!

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  48. Sassy says:

    Have to wonder how the Cohen lawsuit against Fusion will play out now that the Deep State has access to his probable strategy, via the raid on his papers. How very convenient.

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  49. Andy says:

    Cry me a river Robert!

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  50. william elbel says:

    Why can’t we follow the suggestion elsewhere and have Ryan impeach Trump immediately and go to trial and conclude before next election?

    This will keep the Senate busy so no more bad laws are passed and the House is paralyzed on everything else anyway.

    In the meantime, how can I support the secessionist movement and the Kalifornia split up?

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    • william elbel says:

      A disclaimer: I think the country has been irreparably damaged by the Clintons and Obama and I just want to start over again.

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