Congress Sends Criminal Referral To Sessions, Wray and Prosecutor Huber…

Led by Representative Ron DeSantis congress has sent a criminal referral letter (full pdf below) to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Federal Prosecutor John Huber.

The identified targets of the referral include: •former FBI Director James Comey; •former Asst. FBI Director Andrew McCabe; •former Attorney General Loretta Lynch; •former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; •current FBI Agent Peter Strzok; and •current DOJ Attorney Lisa Page (former Special Counsel to Andrew McCabe).

The identified reasoning for each of the referrals is outlined in the letter below.  However, the risk to James Comey is not simply contained within the letter, but also contained within the non-discussed fact that FBI chief-legal-counsel James Baker is a cooperating witness for IG Horowitz and Huber.

One of the lesser discussed aspects to the ongoing investigative overview is how a few key people, with direct and specific knowledge of the events that took place within the FBI and DOJ activity, remain inside the institutions as they are being investigated.

Those key DOJ and FBI officials have been removed from their position, yet remain inside with no identified or explained responsibility.

Peter Strzok (FBI), Lisa Page (DOJ/FBI), Bruce Ohr (DOJ) and James Baker (FBI) are still employed. Insofar as they are within the DOJ/FBI system it’s more than highly likely they are being retained for their cooperation in exchange for some form of immunity.

Other identified co-conspirators left their positions as soon as the IG discoveries began hitting the headlines in December ’17, and January ’18.

Those who quit include, but not limited to:  James Comey’s chief-of-staff, James Rybicki (resigned); FBI Director of Communications Michael Kortan (resigned); DOJ-NSD Asst Attorney David Laufman (resigned).  Each of those officials was named and outlined within the Page/Strzok text messages as a key participant, and quit as soon as the scope of the internal Inspection Division (INSD) investigative material was identified by media.

Prior to the IG/INSD release, other resignations were earlier: DOJ-NSD head Mary McCord (April ’17) and DOJ-NSD head John Carlin (Oct 16).

Dana Boente, the current FBI chief legal counsel was inside Main Justice and specifically inside the DOJ-NSD apparatus the entire time the 2015, 2016 and 2017 political schemes were happening.  Therefore Boente has the full scope of understanding and dirt on Sally Yates, John Carlin, Mary McCord et al.  Boente’s understanding obviously bolstered by DOJ-NSD Deputy Attorney Bruce Ohr, who, not coincidentally, is also removed from position but still remains employed.

Mr. Boente’s understanding of the DOJ-NSD activity, and the sentiment of the “small group” toward him, is represented by the actions they all took to try and diminish Boente during the transitional phase between the Obama and Trump administrations.

However, regarding the current congressional criminal referral of James Comey, the key element of risk is FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker.  Baker was a central figure connecting the activity of both Comey and McCabe to the officials underneath that were carrying out the agenda.

To repeat, James Baker was removed from his responsibilities (replaced by Boente) but he remains employed in some function within the FBI.  It’s almost a guarantee Baker is only there because he’s cooperating in exchange for a “deal” of some form.

Lastly, the issue of James Comey’s memos is a trending item, but there’s an angle being missed by most.  James Comey and Andrew McCabe both leaked to the media.

The self-interested leaking by Andrew McCabe clearly outlined in the recent IG report, originates with contradictory statements from McCabe’s appointed lawyer at the time, Lisa Page.

The self-interested leaking by James Comey about his “loyalty” conversation with President Trump will likely surface with statements from Comey’s chief legal counsel, James Baker.  There’s a clear parallel, and James Baker is still inside the FBI (doing something).

Here’s the referral:

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1,216 Responses to Congress Sends Criminal Referral To Sessions, Wray and Prosecutor Huber…

  1. Mark McQueen says:

    Criminal referrals. 11 Congressmen just signed on with Horowitz and Huber…Team Sessions. It’s coming, very soon.

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    • dallasdan says:

      This gives Sessions and Wray a clear opportunity to flash their white hats, or not. It could be a brilliant ploy by the President and his true supporters in Congress .

      In spite of past uncertainties voiced by many about their loyalty, I believe we all are hopeful Sessions and Wray respond with guns blazing.

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      • 196ski says:

        Personally I would rather Sessions stay in the background to keep the whining about partisanship to a minimum. This is Huber’s job with Horowitiz’s information. I want them, about as bipartisan as we are going to get, leading the charge.
        I want criminal charges, criminal convictions and real jail time.

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        • Keebler ac says:

          Huber has a job to do and SD has already said Huber should not be forced out front in contention while he investigates. AG’s job is not to punt the work but manage and direct it properly. He cannot pass the buck.

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          • Mark McQueen says:

            Huber has been working for months along WITH OIG. I think it’s safe to assume most investigations are complete or very near so. These referrals are not, IMO, Congress demanding action. It’s some members trying to get in on the action at least politically speaking.

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            • RAC says:

              That’s what I was thinking too, Mr. Huber should be well into it by now.
              Maybe these congressmen are keeping it in the news for the benefit of those who are not paying attention, sort of “brace for impact ” message to minimize exploding heads.

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              • chadglass says:

                I agree.

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                • jello333 says:

                  Despite being an idiot, Cenk Uyger and his staff were REAL interesting on election night. The slow, steady descent from 100% confidence in a Hillary win to full realization that they had LOST… it was amazing to watch (when you have several hours to spare, I’d recommend watching the whole thing, language warning, though). The reason I bring this up is the “brace for impact” comment. As the night went on, a couple times Cenk would stop while staring at his laptop screen, shake his head and go, “Alright, brace for impact…” and then report the latest incoming results. Pretty funny and dramatic stuff.

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      • Joe Blow says:

        I read somewhere that they are still employed (albeit demoted) to ensure that the OIG retains jurisdiction over them.
        If they were removed, the OIG has no such jurisdiction.
        I wonder why they remained, surely an intelligent person would resign to escape jurisdiction.

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    • poodle12 says:

      What happened to the criminal referral request for Steele? Anybody?

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    • MGBSE says:

      The key witnesses/cooperators all need to be very careful this weekend…we all know per Rahm Emanuel that democrats NEVER let a “good chrisis go to waste”…as the Obama, Hillary handlers/protectors may use the public”s distraction with the Barbara Bush Funeral to fix things/someone.

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    • Steve says:

      HERE. WE. GO. !!!!!!!!!

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    • SSI01 says:

      Expect insane, wild opposition to this action in the extremely near future. Rumblings from Mueller, rants from Pelosi, the Obamas, anyone else the Democrats can find to shove in front of a camera; heightened civil disobedience from Antifa and BLM. The media will hype up the noise and static as well. We haven’t seen anything yet re: disruption and/or civil disobedience. It will heighten during the summer. One useful outcome of this will be it will take time to plow through this stuff in the detail it deserves; as that keeps happening we get closer and closer to the mid-terms. The roughly 1/2 of the American electorate that is brainless and without reasoning ability, and that consistently votes Democrat even if their candidate were Lucifer or Judas Iscariot, will be unable to avoid the clamor that will be associated with these revelations, and will be hard-pressed to come up with excuses for the behavior and information we will be confronted with as the investigation nears its climax, followed by a trial – or trials.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Get back with us a few weeks……

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        • why? who’s getting indicted?

          be specific please

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          • Mark McQueen says:

            Unlike you, I don’t know what is yet to be revealed. We should know in the very near future.

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            • Perot Conservative says:

              Love the name… reminds me of the classic car chase which started in San Francisco. Did he drive a Mach 5?

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            • ok – i told you my opinion: ZERO indictments (not counting MAYBE Mccabe who is their fall guy and who was never a primary target of patriots seeking real justice, or possibly swamp nobody cartoon characters “stzrok” or his “mistress” to keep “reality winner” company)
              other than those 3 – ZERO

              Now You tell me your opinion – who will be indicted out of this list:

              barry
              ROD HAM
              bill
              lynch
              comey
              holder
              yates
              rice
              lerner
              podesta
              wasserman

              will you be satisfied and call it a day with mccabe taking the hit for the people in that list?

              personally, i’d toss in swamp sessions, swamp rosenstein, swamp horowitz and swamp wray – for investigating themselves and obstructing justice

              oh – and the entire swamp congress for lying to the American taxpayer since day 1, 1776

              yeah – and the FOUL CORRUPT judiciary…lock them up too ‘O’

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              • Mark McQueen says:

                Is it ZERO or not? Maybe 3 is not ZERO. I don’t care to speculate who or how many and I won’t. You can rant on your own dime.

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                • 2 cartoon characters and a nothing burger fall guy = ZERO in my book

                  I didn’t ask you how many, I asked you “who”?
                  You began by accusing me of claiming I “knew” the future. Not even close…need i write “IMO” in front of everything?
                  Why so argumentative and disingenuous?
                  Seems to be a common trait among those emotionally defending the swamp AG/DOJ.
                  I never asked you to speculate – i asked for your opinion since you felt the need to attack mine.
                  I could be wrong – so could you…if you actually said something ;O

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    • Kim says:

      Dana Boente signed a FISA warrant.
      He is a thug that assisted in moving the fake dossier and FISA warrant forward, now he is FBI Chief Legal Counsel? This is beyond stupid!

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  2. snailmailtrucker says:

    Where’s Obama and Holder’s names ?

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  3. JIM says:

    Another song and dance show for the supporters, a Bob Hope Special. Too bad it’s a rerun.

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    • Keebler ac says:

      A rerun where Session is recused from Hillary and all things 2016 election (encompassing Comey and FISA). We have to stand by nervously as he punts the critical job to an unknown underling and then withdraws from oversight.

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      • Keebler ac says:

        ..again

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        • covfefe999 says:

          I HATE that we are in this position. Trump is in the White House and we have the majority in House and Senate, and yet here we are HOPING that something good will come of this. It’s just so absurd. These Democrats committed crimes and we are reduced to HOPING they will be charged. grrrrrrr Should have happened already. 20 people should have been indicted already and a few starting their prison terms.

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          • Trump2020 says:

            Ya let’s do this quick and have it all thrown out of court on a technicality. My God man have some fricking patients and get CONVICTIONS. Must never have seen a court case have you?

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            • G. Alistar says:

              Perhaps…but like all the other comments here and on thousands of other blogs, our feelings are irrelevant. What matters is the feelings of a judge or grand jury after they hear facts and evidence. Importantly, there is still the martyr factor to consider. Going after Comey, McCabe, even Lynch and Holder will evoke only a minor interest. Going for Hillary will be more interesting but when someone big, flips and provides criminal evidence of just what Obama knew and when he knew it…the Big Ugle gets to maximum marderdom factor. I know what I would do at this point….not sure how POTUS will handle it???

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            • rick says:

              You argue for enough time, with which I agree. Yet here we see it may be that even with enough time, the she beast might go free (from what is in this letter), which means that Congress hasn’t done their job. 1) I’m surprised there is only one charge; 2) Of that one charge, it is the lawyer who made the payment yet she beast is charged; 3) It is unclear if 52 US 30101 is germane here.
              It seems very tenuous.

              As has been said, we shall see.

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          • Trump2020 says:

            Ya let’s do this quick and have it all thrown out of court on a technicality. My God man have some fricking patients and get CONVICTIONS. Must never have seen a court case have you?

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          • Keebler ac says:

            Me2. The libs were laughing about Stormy going to Mueller and ppl here were pooh poohing Mueller as Session’s 10 dimensional chess…..Next thing we know Cohen was raided.

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            • josco scott says:

              Our president is not exactly shy about fighting his battles… I take cues from him. Sessions remains un-fired.

              Mueller is an outrage, but also un-fired.

              It’s not like our fussing and fuming is doing anyone any good.
              But being unsupportive of the president and his (for now at least) chosen AG IS MOST CERTAINLY HARMFUL.

              Kind of like if your spouse has cancer and you decide to bitch and moan and criticize…NOPE, not the time! Could be fatal right now! Just goooo with it. Be supportive to make sure the patient isn’t taken down … our country is the same way.

              I saw David French’s tweet today horrified!! by some new California atrocity. I responded to him b/c it’s NeverTrumps like HIM who were determined — for no good reason except they thought Trump was icky and might be bad for Republican party — to get Hillary elected. And NOW he is shocked!! at what Democrats in action look like. That’s what the whole country would look like if Hillary were Madame President, David.

              So I’m thinking in the same terms right now… the country is on the precipice still, as justice hasn’t yet had time to work its way through the Swamp and Deep State. And the best way to make sure the Swamp wins the battle? For Trump supporters to whine, complain, criticize.

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              • rick says:

                Hear, hear. Also, I think President Trump is bad for the party…in the most righteous way. President Trump has put the People back in their proper place, superior to all other institutions. Anyone who puts party before the People, well, I do not think of them very highly; actually, quite low down.

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              • Keebler ac says:

                Sorry, you got it wrong. Supporting and protecting President Trump, making Sessions perfectly aware that we are onto his deliquincy is not just bitching as you so put it. Writing to Sessions as some have serves him better than you enabling Sessions to take marching orders from Rosenstein. McCabe is down. Next will be Rosenstein finally.

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              • Nanky52 says:

                On April 18th, 243 years ago, Paul Revere issued the call that started the Revolutionary War..a new nation rose through blood and battle, now our nation that was so passionately fought for generations ago is hanging by a thread . Is this time any less critical…in 1775 it was the birth of a new nation..in 2018 we are watching the demise of our nation by those whose greed for money, power and a NWO supplant our liberties that were so valiantly fought 243 years ago. This nation cannot perish because of these “few”. They are the Benedict Arnolds of our time.

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            I wish you all would STOP saying we have a majority in the Senate. McCain is out. 50 senators can chair committees and decide what issues come to the floor—-but can’t do much else without Dem support.

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            • Perot Conservative says:

              Don’t we have a shot of picking up a few seats?

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            • kroesus61 says:

              they COULD do plenty……it is only McTurtle and his team of “leadership” in the Senate that continue to operate under the arcane rules of filibuster giving a minority power over the majority…….a majority in the Senate could change its rules at ANY time it wished to do so

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          • noswamp says:

            covfefe, I keep thinking the same thing and it’s very frustrating. They (Mueller )wants a raid, BAM, Mueller wants an indictment. BAM. A low level FBI agent gets indicted, BAM. But for the crimes many FELONIES that these guys have done, it takes years to prosecute. And, no one has the huevos enough to even tell us what the hell is going on because the RR can’t investigate himself can he? Congress puts on a side show and the DOJ/FBI goes on lockdown. Very frustrating to watch.

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          • trump2016ourlastchance says:

            If the perp walks don’t take place by this October, they never will.

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            • Perot Conservative says:

              Can a Democratic House stop the DOJ and FBI from prosecuting criminals?

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            • noswamp says:

              Hate to think that but….lady justice is walking backwards in my mind. I still have hope though it will be within the next month or two. Too much anecdotal stuff SD has put out there to not think that.

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            • mdaush says:

              Do you really think that Trump will let them off after risking his life and that of his family? PT is not going to show his cards until he has a winning hand. Everyday, more comes out about the crimes of Comey, Hillary etc. We have seen more progress against the Deep State in the last three months than the last thirty years.
              Your faith and support are underwhelming.

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          • littlequilterkitty says:

            Your position is totally understandable. But, we must have patience. Whatever Mr. Huber and AG Sessions does, every t must be crossed and every i dotted. otherwise, the leftist will use any and all technicalities to delay or eliminate justice. The Democrat-Communists don’t have to play by the book, but those opposed to them must do so!

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            • G. Combs says:

              “…The Democrat-Communists don’t have to play by the book, but those opposed to them must do so!….”

              EXACTLY!!! It is unfair. It is NASTY. But it is reality. AND it is one of the reasons President Trump and AG Sessions is going after the MONEY that funds the Astroturf Riots FIRST.

              On December 21, President Trump issued the Executive Order Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption. Sessions made SURE Asset Forefeiture law was primed and ready as soon as he hit office.

              Sessions has since been going after MS13 — the Assassins for hire, Drugs and Human Trafficking — the money makers for the Elite.

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          • paulyho39 says:

            Can you even begin to imagine what the Dems would be doing if THEY were in charge…of both houses and the WH??? It would be “hell to pay” for any one they had even a HINT of wrongdoing…and here we are.. our majority pleading and begging to get something done! It is more disgusting than I can even say!

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            • noswamp says:

              Trump would have been impeached on trumped up collusion for sure. Providence intervened in the US 2016 election, no doubt.

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            • covfefe999 says:

              paulyho39, I think you just helped me realize the core of what’s bugging me. The Dems are dirty. Filthy. They play dirty. They lie, cheat, steal, and raid with reckless abandon. They don’t worry about making sure everything is legit, they just act with raw emotion. And so far, when it comes to their dirty deeds going unpunished, they are winning. It reminds me of Trump’s rally speeches when he talked about how we are forced to play by certain rules but the illegals and the criminals and the terrorists aren’t. So all of the people here saying “it takes time” and “they have to make sure it sticks”, I totally get that, but I’m tired of our side being so careful and cautious while the crooks are scurrying around continuing to do damage. And like I said in my original post, I’m tired of having to rely on hope when we’re supposed to be the ones in control.

              To all of you who think this is all going to work out alright, I pray you’re right. I have lost faith in Sessions but to those of you who remain loyal to him, I will be the first to admit I was wrong to criticize him if he pulls through with some indictments. I’m not even asking for convictions, that’s not entirely under his control. Just indictments of the key players, Hillary Madoff #1.

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              • Lemmy says:

                I believe almost every leak after “Obama tapped my wires” was either allowed to happen as part of a strategy, or false information with an element of truth was pushed out in order to flush out more leakers and set people up. Look at the house cleaning. And look at the important secrets kept (Huber, Pompeo talk with NK).

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            • Malone Hardcastle says:

              Life in a fallen world, Pauly. As it was and is and evermore shall be till God stops laughing at them and brings down the hammer. Read Psalm 2 again and get a grip

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          • JAN 21 2017 is when the indictment PROCESS should have begun – actual multiple indictments including barry, bill, Lynch, Comey, Rod Ham, Lerner, podesta etc etc etc etc…no later than say april/may 2017

            this is a complete farce – i wonder how much they’re giving their sacrifice mccabe to take the hit for the REAL criminals and to placate hypnotized conservatives – “as if” justice were being served…they won’t even have to pay cartoon/photoshopped characters “stzrok” and his “mistress”

            reminds me of the #metoo cartoon narrative, where globalist operative males like Franken and Lauer allowed themselves to be roasted for their swamp masters – for the greater “good”, by any means necessary to take down the President

            NONE of these men will NOT be lavishly taken care of by the “liberal” elite – toss mccabe in there too – he”ll never want for anything

            the swamp DOJ “investigating” the swamp DOJ “investigating” the swamp DOJ “investigating” the swamp DOJ and on

            there are NO little black or white caps, Virginia………sorry

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    • OnlyInAmerica says:

      We shall see.

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  4. Carrie says:

    Its finally hitting MSM
    Daily Mail with 2 articles- one funny one with Laura Loomer heckling Comey at the book signing:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5632299/James-Comey-heckled-alt-right-activist-New-York.html

    And a smaller one about the actual criminal referrals:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5631587/Lock-Eleven-House-Republicans-demand-Sessions-prosecute-Clinton-Comey-FBI-lovers.html

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  5. Mark McQueen says:

    They didn’t send a copy to Rosenstein…what’s up wit dat?

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    • Keebler ac says:

      Rosenstein has failed them twice already with subpoenas. He’s tainted with the Comey memos, Fisa signing and obstruction of justice using the Mueller sc. They are going straight to the point man this time, Sessions, who must now directly respond. He can’t hide behind Rosie any more because Rosie is in contempt of court.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        I should have added the /sarc tag. 🙂

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      • ablefox says:

        He is hiding behind his recusal. Good Grief. people still do not even know what a recusal is after a year. Amazing.

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        • Keebler ac says:

          It was rather amazing waiting to hear the top appointee for justice in the land to speak out on the most erosive and egregious act in history against a duly elected president and private citizens……..and nothing, not a word to warn against these types of machavaliian offenses by powerful politicrats. Apparently recused to Sessions means he gets a waiver on stopping injustices. Fourth in line experienced AG Noel Francisco with experience is better than a recused AG.

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        • G. Combs says:

          ablefox says: “…. Good Grief. people still do not even know what a recusal is after a year. Amazing.”
          ….

          No it is YOU who DO NOT UNDERSTAND !

          Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals
          RULE 4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”… You can kill them with this because no one can possibly obey all of their own rules. (This is a serious rule. The besieged entity’s very credibility and reputation is at stake, because if activists catch it lying or not living up to its commitments, they can continue to chip away at the damage.)

          THIS IS THE RULE!!!!
          AG Sessions or ANYONE that Trump appointed, like Rudy Giuliani or Chris Christi would also have been forced to recuse.

          GOVERNMENT ETHICS
          “[…]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.[…]”

          Sessions recused himself from the CAMPAIGN issues and nothing else.
          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
          >>>>>>>>>>>>

          Now CONGRESS is FORCING Rosenstink to abide BY THOSE SAME RULES! 😲😈

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          • buckeyeman says:

            “Now CONGRESS is FORCING Rosenstink to abide BY THOSE SAME RULES!”

            Really? I missed the part where Congress has forced RR to recuse himself.

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      • ablefox says:

        This is like sending a motion to Judge Lester after the 5th Circuit in Daytona forced his recusal. Doesn’t anyone understand it?

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      • paulyho39 says:

        Yeah…what will Rosentein do…or I should say what will SESSIONS do…if anything,now tht Rosenstein has been passed over on this??? Really going to be interesting!

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      • G. Combs says:

        “Rosenstein has failed them twice already with subpoenas….”

        No per that letter, Rosenstink is being forced to recuse AND is now under investigation because he signed that FISA warrant. HeHeHe… 😈

        Goose meet Gander. 😭 😭 😭

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      • Mickturn says:

        It seems to me that Rosy appointed Mueller to ‘Obstruct’ the investigation into the Big Ugly…Reason enough for Trump to FIRE HIM!

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    • barnesto says:

      why would Rosenstein need to be copied? they sent the referral to his boss, Jeff Sessions.

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      • ablefox says:

        He is recused.

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        • Bigdog35 says:

          OK, I got it, but what if Sessions asks Hillary questions without her first having seen them, couldn’t she then object to them and recuse herself?

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        • Bigdog35 says:

          My apologies Ablefox; I just couldn’t resist…

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          • G. Combs says:

            Sessions recused himself from the CAMPAIGN issues and nothing else.
            Read US attorney general Jeff Sessions’ statement recusing himself from investigations into the 2016 presidential campaigns DON’T use the Yellow Stream Media’s ‘interpretation’ of what Sessions said.
            Here is the statement in full: (Since many do not bother to go look)

            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.

            During the course of the last several weeks, I have met with the relevant senior career Department officials to discuss whether I should recuse myself from any matters arising from the campaigns for President of the United States.

            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.

            I have taken no actions regarding any such matters, to the extent they exist.

            This announcement should not be interpreted as confirmation of the existence of any investigation or suggestive of the scope of any such investigation.

            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.”

            After that you have THIS:
            DOJ Sources: Sessions Has Not Recused Himself from Potential Uranium One Probe

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            • Mickturn says:

              THE key words here are “senior career Department officials”. Doesn’t Sessions know that almost all of them are Libs?

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        • Jan in NH says:

          He recused himself from the russia collusion thing…nothing else.

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          • ezpz2 says:

            No. He also recused himself from all things hillary, all matters related to the campaign, and probably some other things.

            A simple search will show the list of his recusals.

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      • AH_C says:

        Rosey is busyed. Reread section 6, he signed the 4th warrant against Carter Page

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    • Kintbury54 says:

      In the last part they requested investigations on all who signed on to the FISA warrant for Carter Page. If I am not mistaken, that includes, Yates, Rosenstein, McCable, Strzok and Page. I may have missed a few.

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      • Keebler ac says:

        Good catch

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      • Lefty says:

        I want to know where Boente falls in all of this.
        He was recently appointed by Wray to be the new GC for the FBI, which was James Baker’s old gig. Boente is now head lawyer at the FBI. This promotion from Wray came just before the HPSCI outed him as being one of the people who signed off on one of the FISA extensions, along with Rosy and Yates.

        So Boente, is right there with them in signing off on the FISA extensions, so if Rosy and Yates deserve to go down for it, then so should Boente. The fact that this was known, and Wray still named him to the position is just more proof to me that Wray isn’t much better than any of these plotters and is probably similarly minded when you get down to it.

        Wray looks more and more like a bad choice from from where I’m sitting on my limb in the old treehouse.

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    • WSB says:

      Page 5, Footnote 17. Delicious!

      Liked by 3 people

    • George says:

      At the end of the letter Congress referred “all DOJ/FBI members who authorized the Carter Page FISA warrant” to DOJ for investigation… that would be Rosenstein as a target of the referral.

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    • AH_C says:

      Recall that the letter didn’t name names, but stated in 3rd paragraph of section 6, all personal responsible for signing the Carter Page warrants. Rosey signed the last one, number 4. BOOM!

      I enjoy the vision of Sally Yates’ smug face being wiped when that letter hit the wire.

      Wonder if any of these jerks will be tweeting anything for tomorrow? Bwahaha

      JoMika will get all head explodey tomorrow. Bwahaha.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Rosenstien is one of the ones ON THE LIST. He signed the FISA warrant, knowing it was bogus !

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      • Lefty says:

        Is Boente on the list? Wray just promoted him to head GC at the FBI. He also signed the FISA warrant knowing it was bogus. What does this say about Wray and Boente?

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  6. HickTick says:

    I don’t recall anyone walking after Congress says they committed a crime and recommends prosecution . ., Anybody ??

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  7. Obs says:

    This is a quote from an Australian blog:
    I think they’re more literate than us…

    “Comey confidently taunts America and Americans that there will be no reckoning for him because, like the traitors who were running the CIA (and ASIO) in the 1960s, he has “a higher loyalty”. His DOJ fixer Rosenstein is still in place, having neutered/blackmailed Sessions; and the pervasive mainstream media propaganda machine is still pumping out an alternate reality in which he is a hero.

    He doesn’t have to recognise Congress as the representative of the American democracy because he responsible to the only authority he recognises: the Deep State — the ultimate expression of totalitarian fascism.

    If you want to understand the difference between the leftism of the underdog in the 2oth century and the leftism of the elite in the 21st century, that’s it right there.”

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    • phoenixRising says:

      One lil’ caveat…

      Donald Trump is POTUS

      We will defeat the Deep State…

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    • Oldschool says:

      Obs, not more literate, they are more objective than we are, giving them rationality and clarity. We have bought into an emotional fantasy that we are going to see a remake of “The Sting” or “The Godfather”play out before our eyes. We think every word, document or action, no matter how small, are all part of the plot. We have lost the ability to see what is right before our eyes. Even worse, when we see nothing happening, we imagine that something is happening, it’s just stealth and those that don’t buy into it, are non believers, doubt POTUS or are concern trolls.
      Comey is doing an “in your face tour”. Doesn’t appear to have a worry in the world. Holder thinking of a presidential run, hillary making lots of public speaking engagements, mccabe retired, loretta doing the news shows, other players still maintaining employment on our tax dollars. All prospering.

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    • ablefox says:

      His loyalty does not lie in the Constitution. He is is One World Government goofball. A Citizen of the World. His delusions are Global. He thinks he is a Martyr.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      A higher loyalty, aka., the end justifies the means. Marx, Lenin, Mao and Trotsky all shared the same phylosophy. Shows how a legitimate value such as loyalty can be bastardized by his liberal and left wing political agenda and of course, getting 30 pieces of silver.

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  8. phoenixRising says:

    I submit the following for those who do not think things are moving as quickly as they would like…
    and remind you that Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation has not yet finished/been shut down.

    Cliff Notes for the Process of Criminal Justice

    https://twitter.com/jerome_corsi/status/986676401385459712https://www.cliffsnotes.com/study-guides/criminal-justice/the-criminal-justice-system/the-process-of-criminal-justice

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  9. Ldave says:

    Congressman Todd Rokita of Indiana signed the letter. He’s in a heated primary for the GOP nomination to retake one of Indiana’s Senate seats from the dem incumbent. Let’s hope he wins both in May and November.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Make it happen, Indianans!!

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    • J.W. Lee says:

      Rokita Freedom Score indicates he’s a wannabe Swamp Creature who goes along to get along. He wants to lay claim to the Conservative title…but is not.

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      • Andy Krause says:

        Citing an obscure rating and not giving at least one example or link is kind of lame, no?

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        • dumbfatnlazy says:

          I live in Rokita’s District. He campaigns like Ronald Reagan but votes like Cryin’ John Boehner & Lyin’ Paul Ryan. Has voted for every Continuing Budget Resolution ‘cept this most recent one (to campaign that he backs Trump & the Troops), has voted to fast track TPP, and has always been a reliable vote for Tom Donohue.

          He backed Rubio in the primaries and one of his Republican opponents is running his televised quote from a FEB2016 interview with the local Fox/WXIN 59 News, “When you see Marco contrasted with Donald Trump—I mean someone who is vulgar, if not profane, at some point you have to be presidential. People expect that and you see that in Marco Rubio.”

          This Republican IN Senatorial Primary has been filled with nothing but negative campaigning from the 3 main candidates, so whomever comes out is going to be somewhat tarnished. A wet paper bag should be able to defeat current Dem SEN Donnelly. The major cities local news/press are all in for Donnelly so it’ll take a “yuge” Deplorable turnout to get the job done in NOV.

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  10. thomaspain1961 says:

    Wow! There is a deafness out there. A former Secretary of State, former Attorney General, a former FBI director, all referred to the DOJ for criminal activity, and nothing on drudge. This is big.

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  11. RH says:

    Is Jeff Sessions still the AG or he quit?

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  12. ablefox says:

    Congress is full of….politicians.

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  13. Richard Whitney says:

    What will happen first: a conviction, or an Arkancide?

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  14. BiggUggly says:

    At least we will now have definitive evidence on Jeff Sessions. Personally, I possess little hope that there will be any meaningful results from the DOJ.

    But, as I said, at least we should have our proof. One way or the other.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      I’m down to three possibilities with Sessions:

      12d chess: working in secret to topple the cabal

      24d chess: part of the cabal and secretly working to take down PDJT

      Just the facts: incompetent and outplayed by the swamp from day 1

      I keep focused on the improving economy and a chance peace in NK is a reality.

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      • Keebler ac says:

        I contend, not outplayed.

        He’s NOT INTERESTED IN JUSTICE. Hillary, Obama and political games doesn’t bother him. The swamp has long been his friend. He understands it and how to navigate within it. He’s a pro at it. Real justice? Not so much.

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      • how about implanted by the swamp as a contingency and a weaponized obstructionist in the Trump admin?

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  15. ablefox says:

    Trump should hire Alan West.

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  16. Pat Childs says:

    Sessions is clearly handicapped in some fashion. He looks like Rosenstein is approving every comment and is his handler. However he may have had a stroke, is medicated, has dementia or did something so reprehensible that he is terrified Rosenstein will spill the beans if he says the wrong thing.
    He talks like he has an IQ of 90.

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  17. sp says:

    Has Trump made a nickname up for RR or Mueller? Or Sessions?

    I still think Sessions is on top of it and they are making sure to set the table as best they can for public acceptance etc.etc.

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  18. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “The identified targets of the referral include: •former FBI Director James Comey; •former Asst. FBI Director Andrew McCabe; •former Attorney General Loretta Lynch; •former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; •current FBI Agent Peter Strzok; and •current DOJ Attorney Lisa Page (former Special Counsel to Andrew McCabe).”

    That section in the referral includes “DEPRIVATION OF RIGHTS UNDER COLOR OF LAW” which can have very substantial penalties. Attorney Joe diGenova mentioned that perhaps a month ago:

    https://www.justice.gov/crt/deprivation-rights-under-color-law

    Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.
    For the purpose of Section 242, acts under “color of law” include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within the their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official’s lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.

    The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any.

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  19. MaineCoon says:

    In a 2014 WaPo article entitled “The single chart that shows that federal grand juries indict 99.99 percent of the time”, the source of the data is the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

    Our prosecutors crossing their Ts and doting their Is to get those indictments. This should be very encouraging.

    FTA: Grand juries usually indict at federal level. From October 2009 to September 2010, U.S. prosecutors pursued 193,000 cases and prosecuted 162,350. Of the more than 30,000 they didn’t prosecute, 11 cases were because a grand jury did not return an indictment.

    1. Grand juries, at least at the federal level, almost always vote to indict people accused by prosecutors of a crime. As you can see in the chart above, federal prosecutors pursued over 160,000 cases against defendants in 2009-2010 (the last period for which there is data), and grand juries only voted not to return an indictment in 11. Prosecutors decided not to pursue charges in thousands of cases for a host of other reasons, such as weak evidence or other authorities were pursuing the case.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/11/24/the-single-chart-that-shows-that-grand-juries-indict-99-99-percent-of-the-time/?utm_term=.d0b3658d1311

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  20. Charlotte says:

    New York Attorney General Seeks Power to Bypass Presidential Pardons

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  21. Charlotte says:

    Brennan Admits Obama Refused to Retaliate For Russian Cyber-Warfare Against U.S.
    Making nice with the Russians

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/29537/brennan-admits-obama-refused-retaliate-russian-hank-berrien

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      Which begs the question…

      Why did Obama wait until December 2016 to expel 35 Russian diplomats for election interference and close two diplomatic compounds? Why wait until after the election? The IC supposedly knew what the Russians were up to. Why let it go on?

      If they didn’t know, well now we’re back to 9/11 and everybody in the IC pointing fingers at each other. Do you think that all the crap going on with Brenner, Clapper, Strzok, Comey et al. might have prejudiced decisions and drained resources away at a critical time?

      Sure added fuel to the fire that Clinton lost the election due to Russian hacking and Internet trolling and that Trump won due to Russian collusion.

      Appears to be a political calculation and not an operational calculation…. like letting a victim of a knife stabbing bleed out to see if they will die from loss of blood… or not. If Clinton had won, then “what difference,” at that point, if the guy died from the knife wound or from bleeding out, “would it have made?”

      Wonder if Clinton had won, would Obama have expelled the Russians right after the election as he did when Trump had won? If he had, he would have certainly cast a long dark shadow over a Clinton win.

      Another very opaque time line of what happened, who knew what when, etc.. All very Benghazi… just sayin.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “Why did Obama wait until December 2016 to expel 35 Russian diplomats for election interference and close two diplomatic compounds?”

        To set-up General Flynn who got a ‘Panic’ call from the Russian Ambassador (who is cozy with the DemonRats) while he was on vacation (and probably feeling no pain) This is the call that got him indicted for lying to the FBI AFTER VP Pence snap the DemonRat trap shut on him on TV.

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  22. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Quote of the Month…tonight on HANNITY…

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  23. Mike says:

    I remember shortly after Comey exonerated Hillary, a poll showed 57% believed she SHOULD have been indicted.

    Reading the IG report on McCabe tells me the IG-team is honest, competent, and unintimidated. I believe they WILL present the whole truth. It remains to be seen if Sessions and the justice department are. If they are, McCabe will either do considerable prison time or he will be a star witness, and people WILL be held CRIMINALLY accountable

    All these referrals and demands by the republicans tell me something is happening, they finally have the guts to do something. (Nunes has proved his guts for the last year.) Ryan has been pretty quiet, don’t get that.

    Comey, McCabe, Lynch, Clapper, Brennan are pointing fingers at each other.

    Watch Comey in the View video when they read about the referral. Comey looks SCARED, although he recovers. That tells me he knows he IS in deep shit.

    I have not heard anything from Schiff or Shumer. That tells me they are concerned.

    Trump has 50% approval today. I read 50% of Californians agree with his immigration policy.

    This in spite of a never ending, constant attack by the MSNM.

    Team Trump, and I believe the truth, are winning. It is far from over, but I would not want to be McCabe, Comey, Yates (who will be thrown under the bus by Lynch), Lynch, Brennan, or Clapper.

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  24. marko says:

    sessions and. wray are slow walking investigations. They are swamp creatures. I have no confidence in either of them.

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    • Cheesehead54016 says:

      What is the hurry? You saw them act when it was necessary in a timely manner for the McCabe firing. I think they are well aware of what is needed and must be done. Both men are a phone call or meeting away from being fired by DT and the fact that he has not should speak louder than words. Prosecuting what most likely the biggest corruption case in US Govt history takes time, takes process, takes gutz, and takes patience. Admire the patience and respect the process. Mix in a private message or two to the person upstairs once in awhile too to give these men the strength they need.

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      • noswamp says:

        SOL’s are running. I don’t know which ones for whom, but I would assume they know that they can’t leave these prosecutions hanging indefinitely.

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  25. TJ says:

    Prosecute baby prosecute!

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  26. poodle12 says:

    Anyone know what happened to the criminal referral for Steele?

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  27. Sessions is such a spineless jellyfish that I’ll be most surprised if anything comes of this.
    However, I hope with all my heart that in this instance he proves me wrong and makes me eat crow, but I’m most certainly not holding my breath.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Sessions, the spineless jellyfish, went after the KKK in Alabama AND WON.

      Down there they call him the “Silent Executioner”.

      rashomon says:
      March 30, 2018 at 12:14 am
      “Sessions has an overwhelming job to do combating the destruction that has taken place, not only over the last eight years, but since the G.H.W Bush administration when the NWO kicked off its campaign with Bush’s speech acknowledging the plan. Control over the DOJ has been critical to their march toward its goal of international law far removed from the individual rights so valiantly fought for by our American ancestors.

      I have family in Alabama who had to face the wrath of Jeff Sessions. They were in the wrong and rightly judged, but totally bamboozled by the gentleman as he appeared so benign. Ha! My Northern relatives who are attorneys still laugh about it.
      I doubt if he has changed his stripes, so personally I am being patient.”

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  28. Denver says:

    Congress didn’t send a criminal referral anywhere. 11 junior pimply-faced Congressmen does not a Congress make.

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  29. AKM says:

    My take is that Sessions is doing his methodical normal routine, being thorough in the investigations. Recognising that this is good legally but perhaps not so, politically, the conservative members of Congress pushed the process along politically.

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  30. jello333 says:

    Since we’re in the process of rounding up all the criminals, please tell me there’s something we can hang on Michelle Obama. Anything will do.

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  31. Pyrthroes says:

    Six months to mid-October, three weeks before Midterms 2018, seems a perfect time-frame to marshal indictments on these creeps, knock ’em down as a Campaign ’18 climacteric. However Sessions handles this, Rosenstein is palpably at fault; outed by plea-bargaining Deep Staters, he and his clandestine minions will scutter off like roaches to the wainscotting.

    Hoo-rah, Donaldus Magnus! “There is a (providence) that shapes our ends, rough-hew them as we may” (Hamlet, V, 2).

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    • ablefox says:

      Don’t bet the ranch. Trump would have to have taken control of DOJ and FBI for any actual draining. With the team he is stuck with alls he can do is navigate through the swamp. If McCabe is not arrested, or Comey, even with crystal clear crimes nobody will be. The enemy combatants will soon arrest Cohen. What ever happened to Flynn? Ahh Dunno. It would be nice but I ain’t betting the ranch.

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  32. scotth says:

    Guise, HUSSEIN has most likely pardoned all these cabal members of any and all unspecified federal crimes committed prior to his leaving office. Seems like a big show to me.

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  33. Mike says:

    How many letters has congress sent? How many led to anything? This is theatre.. 11 republicans? Out of how many? Congress sending a letter is about as exciting as watching paint dry. Besides, it’s house members not senators, and house members have 0 power.

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    • Moultrie Flag says:

      Exactly this. 11? That’s it? Why them. Why not others?

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    • pnj01 says:

      I don’t think it happened, but IF Trump ever learns that Obama did pardon Comey, Lynch, Clinton, etc. before leaving office, the first thing he should do is fire Mueller and Rosenstein. The Nation would be with him. The next thing he should do is put Comey, Lynch, Clinton, etc before a GJ and prosecute Obama for whatever conspiracies Barry had set up.

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      Yes, it is largely symbolic but we should think about what it symbolizes. The inclusion of Mr. Huber as a recipient is very significant. It’s a confirmation of his authority and his role in this investigation. These 11 are out in front (politically). Once the indictment phase starts there will be dozens more politicians who will wish they had signed this referral rather than being seen as jumping on the bandwagon later.

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  34. 1LanternInTheWindow says:

    Paging Jeff Sessions, paging Jeff Sessions! Sessions has left the building. Thank you, thank very much!

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    • lotbusyexec says:

      He’s busy lining up inditements and crossing his ‘t’s” and dotting his “i’s”s. Man is the silent warrior. You’ll see — Have faith!

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  35. Everett Miller says:

    11 Republicans? I’m surprised that many. There should have been EVERY SINGLE LAST ONE OF THEM, of course–but then there is no real “Leader” in the house of representatives–only a toadie of the CofC, K Street, and the Globalists. Paul stinking Ryan.

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  36. One of the best articles I’ve read in recent days about the scumbag Mueller. From “The Federalist”, written by Mollie Hemingway. All the dirty details of how Mueller totally abused his prosecutorial discretion during his entire career. Also, some great links to original material. Well worth reading.

    https://tinyurl.com/yd5629ze

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  37. rhinOC says:

    If you can stomach watching “The View” for a few minutes, Comey was on the show getting pretty heavily questioned, when the letter broke. They read it to him live. Watch his face and listen to him respond. Go to youtube if you can and speaking personally, I wouldn’t go the ABC site. Don’t give them the clicks. antischool has it.

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  38. Paladeous says:

    Well, just wake me up when any indictments or charges are brought. I still believe that all of this will end up on the scandal heaps of history along with the IRS, Fast & Furious, etc., with a lot of investigations and rhetoric with no actual accountability other than a few folks losing their jobs or being slapped on the wrist. Let”s face it, the swamp is here to stay and is probably more pervasive than anyone wants to admit. The crimes are obvious. The criminals are obvious. You have a prosecutor. Where is the grand jury? Where are the indictments? Why are there no charges after all these months? Why is there a need to wait for the IG report? Is a crime any more of a crime because the IG confirms it? Are we saying the prosecutor is a puppet? No matter who is charged, they will denigrate the prosecutors or IG.
    As this drags on and if the IG report comes out in stages, this could drag on past the midterms with no end in sight, with even more pressures not to do aNY prosecutions.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Grand juries are secret. I am hoping the combination of Michael Horowitz and 1.5 Million pages / documents help save our republic.

      We’re not talking 1 major investigation, possibly a dozen or more major, intertwined tsunami’s. Including …

      1. FBI/DOJ working to sabatogue a presidential election
      2. FBI/DOJ sabotaging a President
      3. FISA warrant abuse
      4. Uranium One scandal, potential money landering and influence peddling
      5. Clinton Foundation scandal, same
      6. Clinton email disaster, rampant obstruction of justice
      7. Russian / Steele interference
      8. State Dept / NSA / Other – how do they fit in?
      9. AG allegedly threatening SDNY to quash the Potential MOTHERLOAD of all repositories – the Huma / Weiner laptop
      10. Outside companies accessing classified information on gov’t systems, to produce dirty dossierS

      OVER RIDING IT ALL: we have never before had the contemporaneous, documented trail of evidence we have today. Texts. Email. IMs? Cell calls.

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  39. Talk about unbridled arrogance! Now the Freak Comey is going around bragging about the Deep State. “Pride goeth before a fall.” And this big bastard has one coming to him.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5634373/Ex-FBI-director-James-Comey-confirms-deep-state.html

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  40. Lefty says:

    Indictment incoming for McCabe?

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  41. Pam Crain says:

    Lock them up! No pension! Treat them the same way you would treat me. No special treatment!

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  42. Lock Them all up, and don’t forget the #ImranAwan CASE, and HRC Child Sex Trafficking and Money Laundering, Uranium One. #Luciferian #Pedovores

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  43. Demoncrats says:

    < I want Obammy and Holder prosecuted and in jail for Fast and Furious.
    < I want Obammy and Holder prosecuted and in jail for using the DOJ to threaten Banks with federal prosecution if the Banks did not pay “fines” directly to Obammy approved community organizations to re-elect Obammy. Any fines collected by the federal government by LAW are required to be sent to the US Treasury.
    Obammy is a domestic and international terrorist. All muslims are required to enslave, rape, and murder non-muslims. That makes every muslim a terrorist and every mosque a terrorism recruitment and training center.
    < I want Obammy and Hitlliary prosecuted for over throwing the legitimately elected government in Egypt, a country we have had a treaty with since the 1970s, and installing the muslim brotherhood (an internationally recognized terrorist organization).
    < I want Hitlliary and Bill Clinton prosecuted and in jail for stealing millions from the Haiti relief effort.
    < I want Obammy and Hitlliary prosecuted and in jail for stealing and selling 20% of America’s uranium for kickbacks from Russians.

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  44. RICHARD A FEIBEL says:

    it isnt congress as a whole its just a small group who are making a referall not anything more.it goes to the doj and that means rosenstein. it has no teeth .just more charades for the insouciant public.nothing will come of this as it is no different than jfk ass. 9/11 iraq war et al. the criminal regime called the united states is just that criminal period!!

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  45. waicool says:

    it’s May 2nd as I write this, I traced myself back to this post believing there was a “criminal referral” against Hillary Clinton, the takeaway I had a couple weeks ago when I first read through this post and attached letter. I was wrong. This letter is NOT a criminal referral for prosecution. It is a letter penned by several congressmen writing to “refer for investigation” and equal vetting of specific crimes listed by specific targets, one of those targets named Hillary Clinton. from what I can gather, McCabe is the only critter currently a target of criminal indictment.

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