Key DOJ and FBI Names Likely to Surface Amid IG Investigative Reports and Referrals…

With Inspector General Michael Horowitz submitting a criminal referral for fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe; and with knowledge of federal prosecutor John Huber paralleling Horowitz for months within the investigation; it might be worthwhile going through the names of some officials likely to surface in the next few days/weeks.

The most interesting people in the ongoing investigation are those principals who clearly were in/around the center of 2015/2016 activity; were caught in 2017, yet remain inside the FBI and DOJ National Security Division (DOJ-NSD) ie. Main Justice.

♦James Baker – The former FBI chief legal counsel and close adviser to FBI Director James Comey.  In addition to coordinating the “small group” activity to exonerate Hillary Clinton, Baker was also a recipient for some of the Comey Memos of recent release. This puts Baker in a position to understand the “insurance policy” described by FBI Agent Peter Strzok and FBI Counsel Lisa Page. Additionally, Baker would be able to identify the level of knowledge and participation of Director Comey, and is therefore perhaps the biggest risk to Comey specifically.  December 21st, 2017, Baker was removed from any responsibility but remains inside the FBI in some capacity; he is therefore considered a cooperating co-conspirator for the FBI Inspection Division (INSD), IG Horowitz and likely prosecutor Huber.

♦Lisa Page – The former designated counsel from Main Justice assigned to assist Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.  We know from open-sourced information; from her own released text messages; and from congressional releases, that Lisa Page was the person who provided the text messages to INSD and the Inspector General. Page’s account of the media leak instructions she received from McCabe conflicted with her boss, and ultimately led to the proof of McCabe’s false statements.  Lisa Page was the connective bridge within the team joining the DOJ-NSD to the FBI operation.  Obviously Page and FBI Agent Peter Strzok were working closely at the heart of the “small group” activity.  They were the footsoldiers carrying out the orders passed down from Lynch/Yates (DOJ) and Comey/McCabe (FBI).   After cooperating with the INSD and IG investigation, Page quit the Mueller team mid-summer 2017.  Lisa Page is still employed within the DOJ.

♦Peter Strzok – The responsibility within the FBI operation to clear Clinton and open an investigation against political opponent Donald Trump fell heavily upon FBI Agent Peter Strzok.  Strzok was advanced to the #2 position within the FBI counterintelligence unit as an outcome of his participation.  In addition to working with FBI counsel Lisa Page, underneath Andrew McCabe, Strzok was the FBI contact and liaison with Christopher Steele and the foreign intelligence apparatus that were assisting in their goals.  When the INSD and IG evidence of the conspiracy began to surface Peter Strzok was removed from the Mueller investigation and demoted within the FBI.  However, Strzok remains employed within the FBI and is likely another cooperating witness/co-conspirator.

♦Bruce Ohr – Former Deputy Asst. Attorney General Bruce Ohr is the most exposed official on the DOJ-NSD side of the operation. Bruce Ohr has been questioned at least 12 times about his involvement by INSD and IG investigators.  Ohr has been demoted twice as an outcome of those sessions.  It is likely Ohr was the central Main Justice official for the use of gathering intelligence and sharing with Fusion-GPS and Christopher Steele.  Bruce’s wife, Nellie Ohr, was also a participant and was hired by Fusion-GPS in May 2016 during the apex of opposition research into Donald Trump and the campaign team.  With Nellie Ohr’s subject matter expertise of Russian spy and trade-craft, together Bruce and Nellie are likely the central figures in the creation of, and laundry for, the Clinton/Steele Dossier and the larger Russian narrative.  Bruce Ohr remains employed within DOJ-NSD in some function; and likely a cooperating witness along with his wife.

♦Bill Priestap – The only central character within the FBI leadership apparatus that remains entirely intact despite his central role in the counterintelligence operation against candidate Donald Trump.  Priestap was agent Peter Strzok’s immediate boss; however, it is unknown how much influence Priestap held over the activity of Strzok.  Released text messages indicate Strzok was reporting more to Andrew McCabe during both the Clinton and Trump operations. All officials at the top of the FBI have either been removed or quit, with the exception of Bill Priestap.  It is highly likely he has been cleared for any intentional wrongdoing and has no issues cooperating with INSD and IG investigators.  Because of the importance of his role, Priestap likely knows the full context of how the FISA Title-1 application against U.S. person Carter Page was assembled and used.  Priestap is also mentioned in the Nunes memo contradicting the claims of Comey, McCabe, Brennan (CIA) and Clapper (DNI).

♦Dana Boente – The former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia [EDVA] during the Clinton and Trump operation, the view of Boente as seen from the top tier officials conducting the political operations was that Boente was not in alignment with their goals. After Sally Yates was fired from the DOJ, the Trump administration used Dana Boente as a temporary AG until Jeff Sessions could be confirmed.  After Sessions’ confirmation Boente remained the head of the DOJ National Security Division (DOJ-NSD) until the end of 2017.  In his positions throughout 2016 and 2017 Boente likely knows the political activities that were ongoing within Main Justice.  Dana Boente left the DOJ at the end of 2017 and was hired by FBI Director Christopher Wray to replace James Baker as chief legal counsel in the FBI.

The four officials removed but remaining inside both the FBI and DOJ are likely cooperating witnesses for the FBI Inspection Division investigative unit (INSD), DOJ Inspector General Horowitz and Federal Prosecutor John Huber.  Those four key officials are: James Baker (FBI), Lisa Page (DOJ/FBI), Bruce Ohr (DOJ) and Peter Strzok (FBI).

Additional investigative information from key officials with insider knowledge would come from Bill Priestap (FBI) and Dana Boente (DOJ/FBI).

The former administration officials with varying degrees of legal risk, who clearly participated in the politicization of the DOJ and FBI, would include:

♦AG Loretta Lynch (quit); ♦AAG Sally Yates (fired); ♦DOJ-NSD Head John Carlin (quit); ♦DOJ-NSD Head Mary McCord (quit); ♦Deputy Asst. AG David Laufman (quit); ♦FBI Director James Comey (fired); ♦FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe (fired); ♦FBI Chief of Staff James Rybicki (quit); ♦FBI Director of Communications, Michael Kortan (quit).

Each of these DOJ and FBI officials are specifically outlined with knowledge of the activity that was taking place within the operation to clear and advance the campaign of Hillary Clinton and block and impede the campaign of Donald Trump.  However, these are only the DOJ and FBI officials.

Within the larger intelligence apparatus – the CIA Director, John Brennan, and Office of Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, are also participants. A key figure to reveal their prior corrupt activity is current NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers.

Additionally, there are known former State Department and White House officials who understood, supported and likely directed much of the activity.

The key to reaching the wider network of Obama officials is to work outward from the known corrupt “small group” within the center of the DOJ and FBI operation.  IG Horowitz and Prosecutor Huber appear to be focused on exactly that approach.

The added investigative element of the FISA application and fraud upon the FISA court is where the expanded investigative element will surface.  FISA abuse, and the subsequent political unmasking of people therein, will extend the investigation beyond the DOJ/FBI and into the larger intelligence community and other Obama cabinet officials.

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819 Responses to Key DOJ and FBI Names Likely to Surface Amid IG Investigative Reports and Referrals…

  1. Camilla Stephan says:

    Fellow Treepers, you may like Kurt Schlichter’s musings on the enemies within: https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2018/04/19/never-trumpers-whining-about-principles-was-just-an-act-n2472106

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  2. DanO64 says:

    I am more convinced then ever that Ben Rhodes wrote the dueling pissing prostitutes story as the first installment of the Dosser. Hi Ben. Seem Comey really liked your creative writing skills. Hey Ben, is the golden shower from previous personal experiences? Asking for sixty five million friends.

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    • Tejas Rob says:

      The hooker peepee story is said to come from a guy at 4-chan. He claimed he made it up and fed it to Rick Wilson, who fell for it and passed it along. There’s no real proof this is true, just some circumstantial evidence I think.

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      • maggie0987 says:

        Hey, as someone (a no one, really) said recently, “It’s possible.”

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        • Tejas Rob says:

          If you know some of the things those guys have done, including the fake Starbucks coupon that is in the news today, you’ll know not only is it possible, it’s highly likely. They’re experts at this stuff.

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      • “Circumstantial evidence” will do. It’s always been the coin of the realm this crowd.

        “INQUIRY IS ORDERED ON 1980 CAMPAIGN: Rumours of Reagan-Iran Deal on Hostages to Be Focus” Headline, New York Times (08/04/81)

        Congressional Democratic leaders today ordered a formal investigation into whether Ronald Reagan’s Presidential campaign made a deal with Iran in 1980 to delay the release of American hostages until after the election.

        Thomas S. Foley, the House Speaker, and George J. Mitchell, the Senate Democratic leader, said they had designated the House Foreign Affairs Committee and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to supervise separate but coordinated inquiries.

        “These allegations are both persist ent and disturbing,” the two leaders said in a joint statement. “We have no conclusive evidence of wrongdoing, but the seriousness of the allegations, and the weight of circumstantial information, compel an effort to establish the facts.”

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        • mutantbeast says:

          BTW ON Mr Foley, do you know who one of his aides in his Seattle office was just before he became Sleazer of the House? The serial killer Ted Bundy. Bundys fist 6 murders were in Washington state , all of them while he was a legal asst in Foleys Seattle office.

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      • hippielouie says:

        TGP has stories on this- 4chan
        just do a search :))

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    • The Raven says:

      Even if Ben Rhodes didn’t do it, they should waterboard him.

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    • Karl, you are right about “sickening”. Whenever I read propaganda like this it makes me want to puke.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        I refuse to even read it.

        This is why I cut the cable and refuse to read the junk that the Fake News provides as an information weapon. Cutting out all propaganda influence has allowed me to synthesize new knowledge – to use logic against the other side. Their propaganda works by annealing and sealing off open questions. SOLVING for those answers myself is profoundly revealing.

        It’s like living around a pathological liar who keeps providing new likely stories as they observe their old ones falling apart. Spies do this too. Gotta cut this stuff out of your life to work around it. Once I did that, DOORS OPENED.

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        • Indeed… I’ve lived a great number of years in protecting myself from their propaganda and enjoyed damn near every minute of it.

          I still have tell lie vision, it’s stuck to the comcast “bundle” deal, but IF I watch anything it’s recorded and all “commercials” are fast forwarded. I like the horsepower- racing, cars or bikes… and some of the more psychological (mostly older) movies out there, but that’s it. Can’t take the “normal” stupidity that passes for “entertainment” at all. It’s SICK.

          But, man does it leave the head more clear to receive pertinent info and think for oneself. I was pushed into “trying” talk radio back in 2006/7 so hard that I did to “see why” my buddies wanted me to. Wow. What a load of garbage that was, to me! It made me so mad I tried to call in. Hannity’s goon (some mean black lady) literally cursed me and hung up on me when I told her I wanted to know why he kept flip-flopping between fake conservatives when the choice was nothing but the one guy actually speaking in constitutional aspects. That turned out to be a load of crap as well though.

          I had been “excited” for the first time ever listening to fred thompson, who turned out to be fraud thompson. I learned that the expensive and hard way. When I met him and one juan diablo mcterrorist organizer (after fraud had conveniently dropped out as I had been told he would) both were rude and hateful. I got the last word in on juan though, and he wasn’t happy about it. I will leave it at that. Sorry for the short story, I should have stuck with life is much better without “THEM” in my head! lol

          😀

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        • dagnyshrug says:

          Wolfmoon, I’m with you! My husband says he wants to “hear what the other side is saying” even though he detests them as much as I do. I already know what they’re saying. If they ever come up with anything new or reasonable I’ll hear about it eventually. Meanwhile, I’m glad there’s a door on hubby’s TV room, because I close it!

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    • mopar2016 says:

      I don’t read Vox.
      Not even for laughs.

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    • Raven says:

      Hehe . .

      Through their attorneys, Strzok, Page, and McCabe declined to comment.

      If they’re innocent, why do they reply (or not reply) through their attorneys?
      Innocent people don’t use attorneys.

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      • Actually, innocent people are the ones most in need of a righteous attorney, and post haste. In America’s corrupted system of law enforcement and jurisprudence, the Slickest Liar is King.

        Why else do you think these professional snakes would be so confident in their “right” to get away with this deceitful and duplicitous conduct for long? Dogs sniff each other’s ass and eat their own vomit.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          If you start seeing lawyers from Perkins Cole and Wilmer Hale show up as lawyers for the Comeys and Strzoks of the world, you know the DNC is behind it. Those 2 firms are loaded with lefty lawyers, including Mule turd and Weissman.

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      • kroesus61 says:

        you might want to have a conversation with Michael Flynn or “Scooter” Libby about that…..for that matter how about the 4 mobsters Mueller helped to frame in Boston or many of Weismann’s victims…..think again on that false premise

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    • MadisonP says:

      That article has all the earmarks of a planted leak intended to ferret out leakers. At this late stage in the OIG investigation, they’re probably focusing on the janitorial staff just to make the eventual indictments a clean sweep.

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  3. Since he came down the escalator… it has been a roller coaster ride; one day up, the next day down. Today, I feel like we’re winning.

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    • DanO64 says:

      Better hang on. Ride just started.

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    • Sharon says:

      It does appear, doesn’t it, that these people considered themselves the top of the food chain and really, really, REALLY did not want Donald Trump to be President.

      Their group photo should be included in the dictionary’s definition for hubris.

      As I review the details of their personal determination reflected in their actions over many, many months, I marvel at their persistent and conscious lack of conscience. Determined to be RIGHT – about everything. Win at all costs, even at the cost of their own liberty and life’s reputation.

      There is a principle regarding faith: sometimes individuals will assert, “I have faith!”…. well, this mess illustrates that it does matter what or who a person has faith IN. These had faith in their own eventual success. In their own cleverness. In their own power.

      Turns out they shouldn’t have placed their faith in themselves. Turns out, here at the far end fromJune, 2015, that they didn’t have what it takes to beat Trump in his own skill set. In that skill set, he doesn’t engage directly but places people in authority who will engage effectively and directly.

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      • Deb says:

        Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.

        These people don’t believe in anything larger then themselves. Hubris makes people very, very foolish.

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        • Sharon says:

          Agree completely.

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        • Wit's End says:

          We are awash in forces larger than ourselves. Since those forces
          exist and are palpable, belief is not even a prerequisite.
          Camille Paglia relates that she “nearly came to blows with the
          founding members of the women’s studies program at the State
          University of New York at Albany, when they categorically denied
          that hormones influence human experience or behavior”. What we
          have are people who resolutely deny forces larger than
          themselves. That is hell. That said, we can be awakened to faith
          within ourselves and that goes beyond acknowledgement of certain
          obvious circumstances.

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      • Ad rem says:

        HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHARON!

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        • Sharon says:

          Aw shucks……………thanks, Puddy – just now got back from picking up 3 more cf of material for the raised gardens that need attention. Having a very nice day here, and getting older even as I speak! ((**)) hugz

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          • Ad rem says:

            {{{HUGS}}} We’re enjoying lots of flowering in the gardens down here as well. I even seem to have acquired a nest of birds next to our side patio. Constant chirping as I type!

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      • Electra says:

        Well put.

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  4. Brant says:

    Among the many names, I need an “I”. RICO: Rice, I______, Comey, Ob (you finish it 🙂

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    • jmclever says:

      Michael Isikoff reporter for Yahoo who received Steele’s leaked story on the dossier to give it credibility. Fits, but to far down on the ladder for your acronym

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      • mutantbeast says:

        Michael Is a Cough, the pig who covered up Lewinsky to protect Bubba, and Credability shouldnt exist in the same sentence.

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  5. Just heard about this on Rush who, by the way, is on FIRE today with all this stuff. Rush’s point is that the Dems know they’ve LOST the collusion game as far as the BS Mueller investigation/ witch hunt, and now will be trying to get Trump via a civil action in the corrupt NY court system.

    The Dems will never ever quit. Too bad that the goofy Repubs didn’t have half as much stamina when it comes to defending “our” side.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5639369/Democratic-Party-SUES-Trump-campaign-WikiLeaks-Russia-election-interference.html

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    • Camilla Stephan says:

      Well let’s just see what they have to say when Rudy points out he saw Weiner’s lap top white it was in NY, and that it ain’t good news for HRC….

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      • Camilla Stephan says:

        oops *while

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      • FrankieZ says:

        The NYC police loved Rudy. You know they gave him a copy of what was on WEINER’s computer. Doesn’t it seem surprising that Rudy G was not heard from since the Trumpster won the election. He was working behind the scenes and will now tell MULE FACE to shut it down. Rudy G has all the dirt. They have to convict some of the higher ups or the people will be pissed off.

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        • GW says:

          No, the NYC cops Hated Rudy ! Because he refused to give them pay raises during contract negotiations in those years which – still would not have gotten them anywhere near close to what Nassau & Suffolk cops receive.
          I am Very good friends with many (now retired) NYC cops and they Gated him for that, and would not vote for him for Dog Catcher.

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          • GW says:

            “Hated” (not Gated)

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          • mutantbeast says:

            how did he win 2 elections there then? It certainly wasnt because folks in Harlem or Hells Kitchen were voting for him.

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          • Sneaky Pete says:

            Generally speaking,I agree with you. I lived in Manhattan then and by the end of Giuliani’s second term it seemed as if most people wanted him gone. He had what was called an “abrasive” style. And certainly the unions, including police and fire, had no love for him. as he left union workers without new contracts for years. But I’d add that the real complaint about Giuliani was that it wasn’t possible for people to get away with things anymore, from jaywalking and peeing on the sidewalk, to getting huge labor increases. I mean the guy had the nerve to clean up Times Sq. Where were people going to take drugs and watch porn and hire hookers now? I’d say Rudy is just the sonofabitch we want.

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        • Patsy says:

          Bet he was working on election voting fraud and donations along with everything else.

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    • Brant says:

      DNC claim Russia stole (or hacked) emails. First thing would (should) be discovery. OK DNC, please provide the servers/hard drives to determine the origin of the hacking/confirm it was Russia that hacked them.

      DNC, oh, we had them checked already by Crowdstrike. You don’t need to look at them.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        This^^^ x1000. Now we get the DNC server. That has got to be the most colossal foot shot since Oscar Wilde sued the Marquess of Queensbury.

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      • FrankieZ says:

        I think the DNC server will be taken from them shortly.

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      • Dar Adal says:

        I suspect that this late in the game the evidentiary value of those servers is nil. When they first became an “issue” yes they were critical. Now however not so much.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        That’s exactly the word, Brant, that popped in my mind when I read this: DISCOVERY.

        Bring. It. On.

        Then enjoy watching the Trump Boomerang.😊

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      • swamp8ter says:

        1-The FBI opened an investigation into the DNC server hack in July 2016 but never collected the DNC server. The server was probably wiped with a “Hillary cloth” a long time ago.
        2-Dem IT aide Awans secretly transferred Dems info onto the DNC server. Also provided data from DNC server to Pakistani intelligence.
        3-Wikileaks has proof of who “hacked” the DNC server…but apparently nobody wants to know.
        4-The DNC already admitted to rigging the election.
        5-My guess is that everyone who is anyone hacked the DNC server, but the only one who gave emails to Wikileaks was a disgruntled Bernie supporter like Seth Rich.

        This would backfire hugely. They will slow roll to keep it open until after the midterms and then drop it.

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      • mutantbeast says:

        the speed in which they were downloaded made it much more likely it was an inside job.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      This is them trying to make Donald Trump “pay” while attempting to protect Obama and Hillary — now, admittedly in civil court the hurdle is much lower, but discovery will be a rotten one for them I should think.
      This reeks of desperation; this is “here, we jumped a shark before, but watch us jump this megaladon, on one ski, blindfolded”.
      That crazy old, evil bat and the mumbler will be the death of them imhaoo. Too bad, so sad.

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    • fanbeav says:

      How about Trump sues them for going on every MSM show daily and claiming it was because of Russia collusion? After Mueller is forced to admit no collusion then Trump should sue them into oblivion!

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    • Steve says:

      That will have as much effect as Boehner suing Obama about Obamacare.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Good call Seneca.
      The so called republicans are looking for a pat on the back from their democrat masters.

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    • mutantbeast says:

      well look who they judge shopped twice i recent memory. Richard Contreras on the FISA warrant, Eric the AssHolders butt boy. Kimba Wood, disgraced former AG candidate under Bubba, rolled over so Reno would get in instead and got rewarded by Bubba with a federal judgeship, Same thing BTW that would have happened for Comey, McCabe and Strzok if Hillary had won.

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    • Indimex says:

      “The Dems will never ever quit. Too bad that the goofy Repubs didn’t have half as much stamina when it comes to defending “our” side.”
      News flash: It has nothing to do with stamina. They’re not ON our side!

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    • “goofy repubs”. Right…

      UniParty.

      Can’t wait to see those who nevertrumped caught up in all this crap. Can’t. Wait.

      I couldn’t care less about a whole lot of them that are obvious UniParty WHORES.

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  6. Evidently the DNC is actually suing the Trump campaign, Russia, and Wikileaks for “subverting our Democracy” in regards to the 2016 election.

    These people are insane.

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    • dawg says:

      How do they think they are going to prove that Russia hacked the DNC? Is Tom Perez just ignorant of what actually happened?

      Im wondering if this isn’t just a ploy to gain some leverage.

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      • Binkser1 says:

        I think they have nothing to run on in the midterms but “Trump hate” so they are desperate to keep the “Trump stole the election” crap going. Every issue they support runs counter to the best interests of the American people.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        While this may seem funny, they get to submit evidence from their I/T security experts whom the FBI believed, under Obama. With respect to the servers, its going to be a matter of dueling experts. Plus, there are all the Obama declassified INTEL files and reports, which Clapper and Brennan have stored at CNN. Do not be too quick dismiss this law suit.

        On the other hand, before even getting to discovery you have following evidence of suit being frivolous:
        You have the DNC Chair, Donna Brazile declaring the Clintons rigged the primary.
        You have the very same Clapper and Brennan going before congress, testifying the Russian did not influence the election.
        You have VP Joe Biden, shutting down Democrat Protests at the congressional session that certified the election, which he chaired as President of the Senate.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          what about the moosepig Brennan going to Moscow in March 2016, and meeting with the FSB, not the forgein minister? The head of the CIA meeting with FSB agents?

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    • LafnH20 says:

      United States Citizens live in a Constitutional Republic.

      They can call their Fantasyland whatever they wish.

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    • jmclever says:

      Did they file in the 9th Circuit? 😜😂

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    • wallitoff says:

      All misdirection and distraction because they know what’s coming their way soon.

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    • SJM says:

      The DNC’s lawsuit against the Russian government, Trump campaign and WikiLeaks
      The complaint, filed in federal district court in Manhattan, alleges that top Trump campaign officials conspired with the Russian government and its military spy agency to hurt Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and help Trump by hacking the computer networks of the Democratic Party and disseminating stolen material found there….LINK to COMPLAINT:
      http://apps.washingtonpost.com/g/documents/politics/the-dncs-lawsuit-against-the-russian-government-trump-campaign-and-wikileaks/2914/?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_dnc-doc-115pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

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      • waltherppk says:

        Reads like a badly written work of fiction. Can’t read all of it because it is so ridiculous.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        This wins the prize for the biggest use of Projection by the Dems.

        Since, however, they have filed this, it is only appropriate that a countersuit be filed with the exact same – and in this case, fitting – allegations.

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      • waltherppk says:

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        • mutantbeast says:

          considering what weve seen of the FBI and DOJ since Rich murder, we now know how incomppetent they truly were. There never was an investigation into his murder, because Comrade Comey and his cohorts KNEW the DNC was behind it and had to cover it up. After all, when Hillary “won” Comey, McCabe and Strzok would all get there federal judgeships, just like Bill did with Kimba Wood back in 1993, when she took one for the team, withdrew as AG nominee, because Hill wanted Reno.

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          • waltherppk says:

            FBI has a reputation like the East German Stazi or the older Gestapo …..they of course do some legitimate law enforcement, but mostly what they do is political targeting that is entirely selective and use “law enforcement” as a blunt instrument for politically motivated persecution of persons who have been identified as “problems” more than “criminals”. In the past the FBI crime lab was even shut down for awhile and hundreds of convictions were reversed after it was learned that the FBI fabricated forensic laboratory reports that were “made to order” upon the request of prosecutors who needed particular “lab results” to support a conviction. Hundreds of people were railroaded into prison by phony lab reports fabricated by the FBI crime lab. So scandal is absolutely nothing new for the CORRUPT “state police” that is the FBI. Try to pursue a criminal complaint of malfeasance by any public official or law enforcement by complaining to the FBI who is supposed to investigate and see how much investigating occurs will be nada, zip, and nothing. That experience will tell you all you need to know about the FBI.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          Maybe he was shot by a fashionista. Those pants are a bit much.

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    • Being insane has always been a prerequisite to be a district of criminals “democrat” swamp monster. It is truly helpful to the more powerful, sneaky, and usually “cautious” republican wing of the globalist vulture.

      Seriously. For a bit over one hundred years… the cover provided by the freakish antics of true moronic ideologues has been quite the assist in keeping the psycho-political “two party” system in full swing much to the joy of the globalist banksters.

      That’s why they have been working so hard the past 50 something years to cultivate a nation of even more insane “democrat” “voters”. Sure glad VSGPDJT~Master Troll showed up when he did…

      😉

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  7. Hutzpa says:

    I guess they’ll have to produce those DNC servers now!!!!

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    • Brant says:

      DNC, no, we had them checked by Crowdstrike. See, we saved the court much needed funds…..derp.

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      • thefirstab says:

        IANAL, but there are thousands of witnesses (pedes) and the fab Katica who have likely saved screenshots/url’s etc. when “Stonetear”, employed by Crowdstrike, was asking how to remove certain tbings in emails of a VERY VIP client re: the DNC servers. The timestamps should tell the tale – any legal comments on this?

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    • Every “smidgen” of data to ever be transferred from one computer to another via the interwebz is intercepted and stored on yotabyte servers.

      It literally amazes me that so often I read things that indicate either no knowledge of or the simple ignoring of the fact that everything ever put out there through the internet is still out there, somewhere… everything. Our own “government” has more stored on you and I than all the foreign entities, or so I’ve been told by someone that definitely should know. We are all “tracked, racked, and stacked.”

      All your life are belong to us. From LifeLong scraps Facebook was put to work, and can track us whether we are “signed up” for it or not…

      Guess who has access to those storage facilities…

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  8. jbowen82 says:

    Really, how do we know that ANYTHING in the dossier actually came from a Russian source? For all we know, Christopher Steele could have just been making up the existence of his “sources.”

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    • BestBets says:

      My contention has always been that the Russian sources were given the made-up stories by Blumenthal and Shearer and they were paid by HRC/DNC to disseminate them.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      For all we know Steele’s sources said whatever they thought he wanted to hear and got paid. I don’t think Steele was caring too much about verifying, just as long as what he got fit the agenda — people tend to notice this and, wanting to get paid, will provide just that…a good story that the client wants to hear; truth be damned.

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      • Deb says:

        This is exactly why the media couldn’t report it, it was unreliable and unverified. That is why Comey briefed PDJT about it, so it could become news and the media could start the smear campaign.

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      • mutantbeast says:

        2004, the forged documents used against Bush 30 days before the election. No way anyone can tell me Rather and Mapes, with over 60 yrs in journalism combined, couldnt tell the difference between a 1972 typewriter and a 2004 word processor. They knew those documents were forgeries, they just thought no one would notice.

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  9. Foolsgold says:

    I’m pretty DOJ has the beast emails. Enter Giuliani!

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  10. jbowen82 says:

    BTW, I think the Dems really do believe the “big lie” that Trump is a Russian stooge. I can’t imagine how they think they’re going to prove it when Mueller can’t.

    I wonder who’s funding this lawsuit?

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  11. Zimbalistjunior says:

    Since SD prob will not post again until 5 pm or so, how about we estimate the chances that the president will accept an interview with Mueller?
    And if he does, what are the chances that PDJT turns the tables and interviews Mueller before finally saying to him You’re fired.

    I would say 20 percent of accepting an interview.
    20 percent of the pres turning the tables if accepting the interview. (So 4 percent total).

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  12. Dazza says:

    Panic-stricken Hail Mary in the dying seconds

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  13. Canadatrump says:

    President Trump is the law and order president. He will and should proceed in the best interest of the rule of law, the constitution and the USA. Indict where it is required regardless of the level of the official. Unlike Democrats and Rhinos who’s higher loyalty is themselves and their Ideology, they do not care about what’s best for America. They proved it by attacking a sitting president and obstructing everything for their own agenda even when that hurts USA.
    People need to honestly look at what these crooks whom have weaseled their way into powerful positions to execute their plan, not the best plan for the country.

    There is no long term MAGA without full swamp draining, I believe President Trump knows this. You guys truly are in the presence of I believe one of the greatest Presidents you have ever had. It is time the people support him with all their love and their is no stopping your great future.

    Just don’t forget about your friends in Canada once your house is in order, please help us! LOL! This truly is a historical time, most people just don’t know it yet. They need some Sundancecation.

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  14. Countrywatch says:

    There is a particularly good analysis of latest Q drops by Jerome Corsi (Guiliani, Mueller et al, getting the results of military intelligence into the open but not violating the law)

    It starts getting very interesting at c 17 mins, and then Corsi is speaking virtually uninterrupted about how Guiliani is likely to tackle Mueller and what he is likely to say (frequent references to Wiener laptop).

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  15. beigun says:

    Former DOJ Kadzik is a key conspirator that is under the radar. I’ve wondered why Sundance has not included his mug in Gallows Row?

    When the Weiner emails became public, it was DOJ Office of Congressional Liasion Kazick who supervised the FBI review of the emails before the election. Kadzik, the lawyer for Marc Rich in the Clinton Pardon. Kadzik, the lawyer for Podesta during the Lewinsky scandal, and of course, Podesta was Clinton’s campaign manager. Talk about conflict of interest. Kadzik’s participation in the review of Clinton email from Weiner’s laptop a few days before the election would seem to invalidate the results of that review!!!

    https://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/justice-fbi-clinton-emails-230549

    “Letters the Justice Department sent to angry Democratic lawmakers Monday underscored that approach. Justice Department legislative liaison Peter Kadzik told the senators and House members that the agency “appreciates the concerns” they expressed about the impact of the disclosure on the election, but he never said explicitly that Comey had defied Lynch’s strong advice to follow the usual DOJ practice of avoiding any disclosures close to elections. Kadzik did say that Justice is working “closely with the FBI” to pursue the inquiry “as expeditiously as possible.”

    Now look who is at the DOJ Office of Congressional Liaison now? Hand-picked by Sessions.

    Beware the ‘Bama Possum when he awakes from a planned, deep slumber!

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  16. History Teaches says:

    Brennan is the dirtiest of all of the thugs from the previous administration. And that encompasses an entire circle of hell! His evil presence appears to have been active in Russia.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/04/developing-obama-cia-chief-john-brennan-made-secret-visit-to-russia-around-same-time-as-fusion-gps-produced-anti-trump-memos/

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Brennan is the epitome of evil.
      There’s a reason why EVERY picture of him looks evil.
      He and McCain need to be buried in the same hole.

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      • mutantbeast says:

        Braindead Brennan is the same as Obama. Both a moosepig and a commie. Too stupid to figure out, moosepigs dont like commies either(Ayatollah Khomeni described the Soviet Union as “an abortion” more than once.

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  17. Dutchman says:

    Just had an insight, MAYBE. Everyones been saying “WHY the Cohen raid?”
    They searched EVERYWHERE: Home, office, motel room, etc.
    MAYBE they were looking for the copied hard drive from huma weiner laptop, with all the dirt on it. And, THEY DIDN’T FIND IT!!
    That was their last shot, and it missed.
    Maybe thats even what they were looking for, with Manafort raid?,…
    Just a thought. And I like SD’s thinking, that you look at who still has a job: those are either white hats, (Sessions), or ‘turned’, Page, etc. double agents, Priestap, or left in place, to hang themselvrs and others, like rosie.

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    • A very interesting viewpoint…….I wonder if Rudy’s office is next on the list!

      AMERICA 1st Forever

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      • Dutchman says:

        I suspect they would have to strip search Melania, to find that hard drive; that is to say, its in a VERY ‘safe’ place. On the dnc suit, emails were downloaded to a thumbdrive in like,..82 seconds, already been proved as inside job.
        Pardon assange, have him testify seth and google girl murdered while jogging gave him emails.
        Opens up arkanticide investigation. Surprised Huma hasn’t had an accident, by now since her insurance policy has lapsed.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I suspect they would have to strip search Melania, to find that hard drive; that is to say, its in a VERY ‘safe’ place. On the dnc suit, emails were downloaded to a thumbdrive in like,..82 seconds, already been proved as inside job.
        Pardon assange, have him testify seth and google girl murdered while jogging gave him emails.
        Opens up arkanticide investigation. Surprised Huma hasn’t had an accident, by now since her insurance policy has lapsed.Rip?

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        • mutantbeast says:

          NYPD still has theinfo on The Pervert Weiners computer. Remember , back when they re-opened the “investigation” just before the election, FBI agents in NY were said to have described the info on the Weiners laptop as “vile and disgusting”. It could be there is so much negative info on that laptop its taking this long just to go thru it.

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  18. Nikita's_UN_Shoe says:

    Russia, Russia, Russia ring bologna will eventually lead to the elephant dung in the living room of the Obama White Mosque – HUSSEIN and Valjar.

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  19. Maybe since the DNC sued Wickileaks Julian Assange with drop the mother of all bombs and release how he go the DNC emails

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    • jello333 says:

      I’m gonna be real disappointed with Trump if, at some point, he doesn’t issue a full, blanket pardon to Assange. I realize that won’t help him in other countries, if they’re stupid enough to keep “crimes” hanging over his head, but at least Julian would be free and safe to hang out in the U.S.

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  20. fred5678 says:

    Something is about to BURST! Lawn chair, bucket of popcorn, shades — check, check, check.

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  21. fred5678 says:

    DNC suing Trump campaign is going to backfire BIGLY, just like Levin suing Steyn.

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    • mutantbeast says:

      the RNC should counter sue. Please, lets bring Seth Rich name up in court and who was the last 2 people he was seen alive with. Please, DNC, try to attack Assange for using your own emails(which contained classified info in Hillarys case). The DNC right now is run by setback wetback America hater Thomas Perez, a former staffer for Fatso Kennedy, and the moosepig american hater Kieth Ellscum. PLEASE let those 2 show up in court. An Illegal alien advocate and a moosepig. Best the DNC can do these days.

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  22. mutantbeast says:

    THE TOP 6 officials in the FBI, like the CIA are basically cleared security wise for anything. It seems that Priestap might be the clean one of the bunch, the others were all part of the CONSPIRAXCY(no other way to describe it) to undermine niot only Trump, but to subvert the US constitution as well.

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  23. van winkle says:

    There are several others missing from the lists, including Rosenstien and Mueller.
    Also still cant figure out how the ones highlighted in this fine article still have jobs in the FBI and DOJ? How can that be?

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  24. Bill says:

    All under the rug if Hillary had won and the corruption would be come the new normal

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  25. AH_C says:

    Round-up!

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  26. MontanaMel says:

    Just read where the AG has threatened our President he will “quit” IF he fires the DAG Rosey…
    Seems to me that the old sage about “don’t let the door hit you and your bum as you leave” is fully called for… maybe a 12 hr window to offer resignation…to save benefits…maybe not…flip a coin!
    Check-6

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    • gamecock123 says:

      I just heard that too. It was like a sucker punch. Something is sketchy. WTH Sessions? What do they have on you Sessions.? Who are you to give Trump an ultimatum? Now. Right now is our time, What is it going to take to restore law and order because I am willing to do whatever it takes and thought Sessions was the same way. If Sessions quits, well he is no white hat. He is compromised if he is willing to be a shield for RR. RR has robbed Trump too much of his presidency. I am sticking with Trump and those two can find the nearest door, hopefully with a big door knob that hits ’em where the Good Lord split ’em.

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    • gmein says:

      If I was PDJT, I would tell AG Sessions that it is his duty to “FIRE” Rosenstien from his Department of Justice. That would change the dynamic. heh heh heh Oooh, put the onus on ole Jeffy.

      But of course in reality and Jeffy is playing real coy here, Rosenstien is a useful idiot with his gonads being squashed. whether he is white hat/ black hat combination as it appears, he is no different than Strozk, Page and some of the others, he still is on the payroll and is in place as a useful idiot, like between a rock and a hard place. Watch it all play out folks.

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  27. What about John P. Carlin?

    John P. Carlin: the Deep State’s Wizard behind the curtain in the Russian dossier fiasco

    John P. Carlin is the only common denominator in the Russian dossier story.

    “Nobody in a Senior Department post resigns three weeks before an election when you think Hillary Clinton is going to win.”

    But Carlin did.

    Why?

    What did he know, when did he know it, and who did he know?

    https://brassballs.blog/home/john-p-carlin-is-the-deep-states-wizard-behind-the-curtain-in-the-russian-collusion-fiasco

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  28. FIRE sessions and appoint a REAL AG

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  29. RWI schweitzer says:

    Who is the tallest person ever to be Friday in the electric chair? Could it be James Comey?

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  30. RWI schweitzer says:

    Should have said Fried Day.

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