Report: Shady James Comey Hires Sketchy Patrick Fitzgerald to Help With Probable Criminal Defense…

Former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald is the godfather of one of James Comey’s kids.  Additionally, Fitzgerald was the prosecutor of recently pardoned Lewis “Scooter” Libby. Fitzgerald was also the person who Lisa Page and Peter Strzok recommended in their text messages debating the possible need for a special counsel looking into the actions of Hillary Clinton.

In short, Fitzgerald is a sketchy lawyer, dependable confidant, personal friend and like-minded political fixer for any/all legal issues within the circle of the ‘small group’ of co-conspirators; the crew who politicized and weaponized the DOJ and FBI to target their political opposition.  According to recent reports, Fitzgerald has also been hired by James Comey in advance of possible criminal indictment(s).

WASHINGTON – Former FBI Director James Comey has reportedly hired his close friend and former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald as one of his personal lawyers.

Two Capitol Hill sources confirmed to Talking Points Memo that Comey had retained Fitzgerald, though it was not immediately clear in what capacity he made the hire.  (more)

Led by Representative Ron DeSantis, previously congress 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 congressional referral included: •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 biggest 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 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 previous referral:

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487 Responses to Report: Shady James Comey Hires Sketchy Patrick Fitzgerald to Help With Probable Criminal Defense…

  1. Former lurker says:

    I’m old enough to remember the railroading of “Scooter” Libby by this hack. President Trump was a very stable genius when he pardoned Libby, it shines a light on the way the DOJ and special counsels have been weaponized before.

    Liberals used to giggle about the “Merry Fitzmas” when Fitzgerald was supposed deliver the heads of Libby and Dick Cheney on a platter.

    This time around it’s more likely to be a “Fitzmess”, with Comey playing the part of the hot mess.

    The recent Swamp moves bring to mind the old adage about how the General Staff is always ready to win the last war again. The Swamp dwellers are trotting out the same old tactics and faces that have served them well in the past, but President Trump and MAGA are executing fixing and flanking maneuvers faster than they can react. If past military history is any guide, there will be noise, confusion and wild rumors, but it ends with the Swamp panicking and routed before the inevitable capitulation.

    Good.

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    • WSB says:

      Agreed. Old criminals. New Sheriff.

      Liked by 19 people

      • noswamp says:

        Birds of a feather…

        Liked by 5 people

      • jeff montanye says:

        at some point, perhaps sometime after hillary clinton is sentenced and jailed, the new sheriff needs to confront the old criminals of the g.w. bush administration. as donald trump said on the day of the ’01 attacks, planes alone never took down the wtc; bombs were used, probably inside the buildings. larry silverstein controlled access to them. might even find out what orders from dick cheney still stood.

        better a partisan draining of the swamp than none at all. but better the rule of law than the rule of man. donald trump is one of the few people who is not an accessory before or after; he has little love lost on the bush family. someone needs to do it, perhaps it should be he.

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        • Coast says:

          I can’t believe that people still think that the collapse of the buildings were caused by anything other than a large jumbo jet destroying a significant portion of the building support structure. Both buildings began their collapse at the exact impact points, and to think that these building wouldn’t collapse when each building had 40+ floors above the damage area, along with intense heat is just illogical. The real issue is what did government officials know about the terrorist plot, and who was involved in not protecting America.

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          • Jeff P. says:

            Comment deleted by Admin…

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            • bayoukiki says:

              One of the many things I like about TCH is that commenters remain cordial although I have seen an occasional outlier. Keep it classy, please

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            • greg says:

              Speaking of research, how many people would it take to wire a building like that for demolition? How many tons of explosive would have to be wired up that nobody saw?
              How would the dozens of people required to pull off something like this went unnoticed as they wired up the buildings? Nobody has ever claimed to see this happening.
              Not one of these conspirators has ever come forward, which is very much against human nature. Keep in mind a few years before Clinton was getting BJ’s in the oval office….
              Only two people were involved yet somehow, everybody found out.

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            • Mary Wilson says:

              Actually, there was just one building with 7 tops. The WTC complex was built like a mushroom farm—one large base with 7 fruiting structures above. Anything forced down the floors of one building would go into the common base and then back up another building.

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          • Kent Neal says:

            I though the inside job WTC theory was limited to a few altrighters, but I guess not.

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          • annieoakley says:

            I think you are correct. Those planes were bombs driven into the center of the buildings.

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        • USMCLt says:

          The Bush family should be investigated, but for different reasons. Trying to tie them to the attacks of 9/11 is going to fall flat with most Americans. Go for the low hanging fruit, as in the long weird friendship between the Bushes and the Clintons. Follow the money trails between Mena, Arkansas and the CIA and the Haiti relief efforts and the Clinton Foundation. I predict that Bush family operatives will be found cleverly lurking in the shadows of those investigations.

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          • mutantbeast says:

            itss because of the Bushes lefties refer to scum like Mule turd and Comey as “Republicans”. Lest we remember several things, Prescott Bush was an Adolph Hitler supporter before ww2 until Hitler attacked the Soviet Union, and in 1992 Pat Buchanan warned patriotic Americans the Bushes and Clintons werre cronies.

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        • softunderbelly says:

          I hate to disappoint but I don’t believe Hillary Clinton will be charged. At least not for these crimes. Too many people on both sides of the aisle are committed to making sure she gets off scot-free. The danger of even a charge against her is too high. Will she and her family be stripped of their wealth from the Clinton Foundation? Perhaps… but beyond that I see no charges.

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        • WSB says:

          All of them. The Obama regime was only the second to last straw., though.

          This is why PT went to SA first ,and why Bin Salman HAD to take out Al-Waleed.

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        • OK918 says:

          Jeff I think you’re on the wrong forum. The discussion here is based in reality.

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    • PremAmerica says:

      This is truly brilliant.

      There’s is much to be angry and outraged about in the way President Trump has been treated.

      But then, there is THIS…. The light at the end of the tunnel.

      Well done Former lurker!

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      This was the left’s wet dream

      Kind of appeals to me now.
      Oops! Did I say that out loud?

      Liked by 15 people

    • chieftain says:

      Fitgerald will forever be remembered as the Weasel who kept quiet about who leaked the Plame name and went on a fishing expedition to entrap a Republican.
      BIG weasel. Immoral, evil, unconscionable, should be disbarred for abuse of process.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Memory is a little rusty here. Didn’t Fitzgerald also have some
        dealings with the Illinois messes? Forget exactly how. Transferred
        between jurisdictions? Was he in on the Blago fix? Correct me on
        this one if wrong, but I remember Fitzgerald being linked to some
        Chicago type shenanigans. And being portrayed (in the MSM), as
        a savior sort of good guy.

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        • Susan Harms says:

          And wasn’t Fitzgerald client number nine of some big prostitute

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        • Susan Harms says:

          And wasn’t Fitzgerald client number nine of some big prostitute

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        • Susan Harms says:

          And wasn’t Fitzgerald client number nine of some big prostitute

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        • Susan Harms says:

          And wasn’t Fitzgerald client number nine of some big prostitute

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        • EJ says:

          Aside from Scooter:

          He busted George Ryan – our former governor for the “license for bribes scandal”. If you recall a minster’s kids were killed by a guy with a bogus license.

          He busted Rod “Blowjob” Blagojevich.

          He busted Jon Burge – A CPD detective (later Commander). Burge allegedly tortured suspects into convictions. I doubt he did antything out of the ordinary under the old Chicago way. Fitzgerald got him on obstruction and perjury.

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          • EJ says:

            What he failed to do was just Mayor Daley. He did get a couple low level guys, but never was able to take Daley out.

            He did handle the Family Secrets mob case, but I don’t think he gets much credit for it, b/c the FBI was investigating before he showed up.

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        • CopperTop says:

          Yourtour…HRC has the goods on what PF held onto to avoid the public shaming of then candidate BO in 2008 regarding the senate seat. All of it related to the Blago scandal. She used it to leverage her SOS position. After Iowa she was all too happy to extort the SOS in exchange for not really trying. She saw value in propping up the historic presidency and being the sequel herself. A judicial watch firm has been unable to FOIA the BO interview, that PF oversaw on his relationship with Blago, for over 4 years. HRC regrets the bungle now. DJT knows the goods and is familiar with this connection. Should get VERY interesting.

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    • spinoneone says:

      Well, who knows. Some sources are reporting that Fitzy has been working for/with Comey for the past year. They have been bros for at least 20 years. Maybe a raid on Fitzy’s house/office/car would turn up some interesting information. Good for Cohen – why not good for Fitzy?

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      • jeff montanye says:

        because it is a violation of the fourth amendment, imo. having someone sort the material into attorney client privileged and not piles and not reveal what s/he learned is a license for corruption and abuse. one of the many benefits of the trump presidency is the education it is giving any who care to watch regarding the legion of ways the government can abuse a citizen. that the citizen is this sitting president makes the point: if they can do this to him, with his highest office and billions of dollars, what could they do to me and us, with our far lower station and vastly fewer dollars?

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      J. Edgar Comey (purportedly a lawyer) doesn’t seem to grasp his own “mens rea”.
      “For various reasons” in his testimony before Congress, was his answer why he squirmed away from giving an honest answer about the NYT story via his pal (now claimed to by his legal advocate).
      Now we have his “not fair” answer why Hillary didn’t get a Special Prosecutor on her trail.
      Comey is exactly the sleazy Weasel that he protests that he is not.

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    • TreeClimber says:

      Scooter Libbey was before my time, so I don’t actually know what went on there, and don’t know where to look – would you please enlighten me?

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      The Dreck of the Patrick Fitzgerald…

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    • TheHalfrican says:

      John Huber may very well save our Republic, a smart young reporter might be wise to set up camp at the Salt Lake City airport and see who tries to come and go unnoticed.

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  2. fleporeblog says:

    Muh Blue Wave 🌊……. I don’t think so!

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  3. better off ted (and bill) says:

    Gateway pundit says missing texts of page strzok is “hours” away

    Liked by 11 people

    • WSB says:

      I still do not understand this number game though. Lou Dobbs was on tonight, complaining that only a third of the material is being handed over. Are these the texts, or does this include other material?

      Liked by 3 people

      • TrueNorthSeeker says:

        Two different things. Dobbs was referring to the “deal” made by Gowdy and Goodblatt to get 400,000 out of the 1.2 mil. of Hillary emails.

        Separately, Rep. DeSantis advised that more of the Sztrok/Page texts are being released.

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        • Marica says:

          If Q is right/real–those Sztrok/Page texts discuss candidate or President Elect DJT being killed/assassinated and/or kidnapping grandkids…
          Might explain President Trumps expression this evening–on the red carpet–no smile- deep concern look as he was awaiting Macrons…

          Liked by 13 people

          • I noticed how somber they ALL looked when they first entered and stood for pics.

            Liked by 4 people

            • Marica says:

              Something–could also be that Macron wanted PDJT to support Iran Deal and that AINT HAPPENING!…But something happened between the tree planting. Just sayin..

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            • Hutzpa says:

              Yes! They all looked very tense. Maybe there was a preview/reveal of “who” (which 5 eyes) spied on Candidate Trump before the election… Or “who” was receiving large$$ from the Iran cash deal. ???

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          • mj_inOC says:

            Sadly, the left has seen that as an option since Election Night, 2016…
            Never fear, God is still sovereign!

            Plus, POTUS knows all this, still he perseveres FOR America!

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            • jeff montanye says:

              not sure that “the left” is the best characterization of who the would be killers are. but someone handled antonin’s scaliattack. phoned in autopsy? not so much.

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          • Marica- where is that Q post about the S/P texts? Did I miss something?

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          • Marica says:

            What would happen if texts originating from a FBI agent to several [internals] discussed the assassination (possibility) of the POTUS or member of his family?
            What if the texts suggest foreign allies were involved?
            Forget the Russia set up [1 of 22].
            This is only the beginning.
            Be careful what you wish for.
            AS THE WORLD TURNS.
            Could messages such as those be publicly disclosed?
            What happens to the FBI?
            What happens to the DOJ?
            What happens to special counsel?
            What happens in general?
            Every FBI/DOJ prev case could be challenged.
            Lawless.
            Think logically.
            We haven’t started the drops re: human trafficking / sacrifices [yet][worst].
            Those [good] who know cannot sleep.
            Those [good] who know cannot find peace.
            Those [good] who know will not rest until those responsible are held accountable.
            Nobody can possibly imagine the pure evil and corruption out there.
            Those you trust are the most guilty of sin.
            Who are we taught to trust?
            If you are religious, PRAY.
            60% must remain private [at least] – for humanity.
            These people should be hanging.
            Q
            585
            Jan 22 2018 14:20:36

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            • TreeClimber says:

              Slightly related, rather rambling, bear with me:

              A short while back, I spent a couple days on Vigilant Citizen. What I read there – about mind control, sex, trafficking, and slavery – disturbed me deeply. I wasn’t sure how much was true and how much was theory, so after awhile I left – but I didn’t forget any of what I’d read.
              One of the articles was about a sex cult half-run by Smallville actress Alison Mack. A couple days ago, headlining on FB: “Smallville actress arrested in sex cult case”. Yesterday she got out on $5 million bond.

              Seeing this post from Q – and keeping always in the back of my mind the bill PTrump signed, about human trafficking – I can’t help but wonder if Mack is a warning shot to those like Podesta, Clinton, Epstein, etc.

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              • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                Yep. A while back on VC they had an article about NXIVM (that cult). They have another article up now, as well as one on “remote mind control”. Some of these sites seem “way out there”, but more often than not, what they are talking about actually exists, but is too weird for most people to accept.

                Hmmm. XIV is 14. Isn’t that the number on that pic of Paedosta? Wonder what “N” and “M” are for…

                Pizzagate, for example, is so repugnant, evil, and unforgivable, that most people would blow it off, thinking “no one would ever do that”…

                Nobody ever thought Hitler, Pol Pot, Mao, Stalin, Lenin, et. al. would to the things they did.

                But they did.

                As always, a generous supply of salt may be needed. But VC has things that are actually there (e.g. their evil buildings, like the Denver Airport or the LA library).
                Their articles on the “unfinished tower of babel”, coupled with the ceremonies for the CERN expansion and the Gotthard Tunnel really show what the EC/EU are really about.

                Just wish I’d known that 35 years ago… sigh…

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                • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                  Here’s their new article. Disturbing: oddly enough, ties together a number of the players in the Klintoon affairs…
                  https://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/allison-mack-sex-slave-recruiter-with-occult-elite-connections/

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                • TreeClimber says:

                  So it WAS Roman numerals! That was my first thought but N isn’t anything in Roman numerals so I assumed I was on the wrong track… M is 100. 114? Mean anything?
                  I was just over there poking around, saw their latest. Wish I had my own computer, I’m borrowing my husband’s (my power cord got destroyed) and he doesn’t have all the protections in place that I do…

                  Nexium is also a heartburn prescription – don’t know if it’s related, maybe they’re from the same root [which would be…?]

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                • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                  M is 1000, D is 500, and C is 100. Not sure about “N”, as it can mean “Null”, “nothing”, or “no hand/the other hand” in some counting systems…

                  The Paedostas and the Klintoons, as well as the spirit-cooking and “pizza” people REALLY creep me out. I think most folks are loath to even discuss it, either because of fear that discussion will legitimize it (may that never be)(though rome and its numerals…), people will ignore it after a while (jaded society), or people will be too shocked to believe it at all.

                  Probably needs to be walked out slowly. I think the monster is worldwide, and, sadly, bigger than we can imagine… Ephesians 6:10-18, Matthew 18:4-7, and Romans 1:17-32.

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                • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                  Here’s a monthly article from VC December 2017 https://vigilantcitizen.com/pics-of-the-month/symbolic-pics-month-12-17/ with a pic of John Podesta, left hand has a fish, right hand has a “14” on it. Note the disfigured fingers and scars (spirit cooking “leftovers”).

                  The 14 is XIV, which is in the middle of NXIVM, which is related to the hand of the mysteries, as explained here (OK, wayyy out, but bear with me): https://gnosticwarrior.com/hand.html

                  When Manly P. Hall speaks of the hand of the Mysteries controlled in the establishment of the new government; what he means by this is that they wield the power of God’s authority at the right hand, which is represented in our Great Seal. The symbology found on the back of the dollar bill, with the pyramid, the all-seeing eye, the pentagram, the eagle (Jupiter) and the hexagram reference, points to the MASONS. Pic from article:

                  What is interesting (scary) about this is the “N” and the “M” are the beginning and end of “Novus Ordo Seclorum” (New World Order) from the Great Seal of the USA (found on the Dollar Bill, along with lots of other symbols). Perhaps Podesta is interested in a New World Order (or another word that starts with “o”)
                  of his own? Same with the NXIVM folks.

                  Tin foil hat aside, these (pizza) people deal in symbols and puzzles to cover their nefarious deeds. And IIRC, the email dumps on Wikileaks said Podesta was into “codes”…

                  As Shakespeare wrote in Hamlet, ‘There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio,
                  than are dreamt of in your philosophy.’ Too bad that some of them are strange indeed…

                  Even Gucci seems to be in on it – spirituality of the rich and famous, I suppose:
                  https://www.gucci.com/us/en/st/stories/fashion-themes/article/cruise-2018-gifts-alchemy-shoppable

                  So the info in places like VC is not far off the mark, at all…

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                • Ad rem says:

                  Da bin… 😦

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            • mutantbeast says:

              remember what the FBI agents in NYC said after viewing pervert boy Weiners laptop. “Disgusting” was one of the milder words used. Pedo Island, Pizzagate, and human trafficking and others?

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        • Goodlatte said they now have access to those 1.2 million pages of documents regarding the e-mail investigation unredacted.

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        • JX says:

          Here’s the deal: turn over the 1.2 mil or go to jail. Enough patty-cake bs. It’s been more than a year and ZERO results.

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        • WSB says:

          Got it, and was just trying to watch that again…sorted mess!

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        • kroesus61 says:

          PLEASE do not misinform the readers…..the 1.2M PAGES of document are the IG Horowitz documents he has gathered to conduct his investigation…..largest figure I have seen for the Hag’s emails is 33000 missing and deleted

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      • Julia Adams says:

        At some point, this political sideshow must be brought to an abrupt end. Clearly, the DOJ and the FBI have no interest or intention in releasing the documents they are being asked to produce. Stonewalling, absolutely. Waiting for results of the mid terms hoping Democrats retake House and Senate, you bet. The alphabet agencies, the DNC and the MSM should all keep doing what they are doing; Americans have had enough of their belligerent assault on President Trump and their ego driven attacks on our freedoms.

        Cold Anger – The Sequel
        We are going to show up big time to vote come November…the Monster vote shall return.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Shut down the FBI. Reopen it as something else and interview everybody.

          Liked by 4 people

        • WSB says:

          Let’s make it .happen. I keep hearing about Midwesterners telling Congress vermin they are tired of the Russian thingy. Good!

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        • Countrywatch says:

          Re your last sentence, this is exactly what Q is achieving amongst a significant proportion of the grassroots: informing them of the wrongdoing, in a unique way, and rallying the troops. Bit by bit, crumbs of information and clues have been dropped, and it is quite clear that what Trump is dealing with are problems not only in the US but worldwide i.e he is well and truly up against the globalists/deep state whose tentacles of corruption and power extend into most spheres of life. He has huge support from one key (uncorrupted) part of the administration (think the spending Bill).

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        • Julia- I agree with your post. Believe me, I can be as patient as anyone and I fully understand that there are reasons why the case is proceeding as it is.

          However, i think that this witch hunt is extremely destructive to Pres. Trump’s agenda especially as we approach the mid-term elections. I am also concerned about running out the clock for any offenses that are subject to the statute of limitations.

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          • Steve says:

            Seneca, with respect, this was always how it was going to be with DJT at POTUS: one crazy conspiracy after another. If it wasn’t Russia/Stormy, it would have been something else. I don’t, btw, that it has slowed his agenda in the least. He’s achieved an amazing amount and we aren’t even 2 years in.

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            • brh82 says:

              Potus looks VERY pissed in all the photos with Macrons.it’s unlike him to not put on a happy face no matter what is happening. Worrisome!

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    • Curry Worsham says:

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  4. Obs says:

    See…if Rosie wants to survive how can he avoid prosecuting McCabe and Comey? Both have confessed to leaking and lying that makes them criminals.

    If the DoJ flat out refuses to prosecute its ideological friends, then the only way to get them prosecuted is for Sessions to sack Rosie and replace.
    If Sessions refuses to sack Rosie the only way to get them prosecuted is for PDJT to sack Sessions and replace.

    The prospect of getting rid of both Rosie AND Sessions quickly is delicious.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I don’t want to click on that mess.

      How about giving us a report on what it says?

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      • disgustedwithjulison says:

        Unsealed Grand Jury Indictment regarding Uranium One and the Bundy Ranch. Don’t know if it is real or not, but someone went to a lot of effort if fake.

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      • Cat Lady says:

        I clicked on it and it’s ok. Indicts Hillary, Harry Reid, Lynch, Comey and a BUNCH of people, including judges and US Attorneys!! VERY LONG LIST!! RICO, murder, terrorism, conspiracy, LONG list of charges!! If this is 1 of 24,500 the shit is really fixing to hit the fan!!

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    • Beware on this – this came from a Common Law Grand Jury, which, IMO, will go nowhere. Either that group NLA that is trying to bring back Common Law (which the American BAR will never stand for) or Klayman, probably.

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      • Indeed, under our current structure as a corporation, we cannot return to Common Law.

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        • Black Beauty says:

          So true! Our current structure represents the bastardization of our system! The Constitution, itself, is written in the Common law. That is a quote by Antonin Scalia, by the way. The Progressives systematically sidelined common law and replaced it with Equity law, which is why we have the corrupt legal and judicial system that we have today. For a lucid and comprehensive timeline of just how they did it, see this amazing legal journal article that I found quite by accident, but which I treasure, to this day. This link goes directly to a U Penn website where you can download the article as a pdf:
          https://scholarship.law.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3957&context=penn_law_review
          Title of the article: HOW EQUITY CONQUERED COMMON LAW — Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in Historical Perspective
          This is definitely a turgid law journal article and it requires a lot of concentration for us laymen. I had to read it several times to make full sense of it. HOWEVER: You can easily see, even while skimming the article, how the Progressives used the very same arguments to attack the common law that they use, now, to attack the Constitution: “The common law is antiquated and it’s no longer relevant to our society.” ” The common law is too complex. It needs to be streamlined.” I marvel that they have gotten away with destroying institution after institution using the same hackneyed lies! Lastly, the footnotes in this article are a treasure trove of truths that basically catch the evil doers of each era red-handed, destroying the key features of our system. Among those, the common law is the most valuable, and its main institution, the common law grand jury was the most valuable tool to help keep the republic, as Franklin exhorted us to do.
          The common law grand jury gave the jurors absolute hegemony over the judge and the prosecutor. No request that they made–not for evidence or further investigation, or to examine evidence personally, or to hear witnesses questioned again–could be refused. The decision of the common law grand jury was final.

          Partly because I read this article, I came to the conclusion that the Founders intended for the common law grand jury to be the tool that made the People the fourth branch of government. They gave the people omnipotence, via the common law grand jury, so that they could nip corruption in the bud, as it first began to form, in local arenas. This is the key to the keeping of our republic. As we Drain the Swamp, we need to keep in mind that we must also restore the apparatus by which we can prevent the corruption spreading, again. I hope you guys give sufficient credence to what I am saying, here. I see this whole concept as being of central importance.

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          • You are 100% correct – this IS of central importance. Thank you so much for the link. Sadly, a very good man, Terry Trussel, remains to this day (as far as I know) in jail in FL after he tried to use a common law grand jury regarding FL accepting Federal $$$’s re: Common Core. TPTB do NOT want a return to Common Law, for sure. The Act of 1871 instituted a new Constitution for the incorporated United States, turning each and every one of us into nothing but property and collateral against the Corporation’s international debt. This is also why our names on our BCs, DLs are in all caps. http://www.federaljack.com/SLAVERY-BY-CONSENT-THE-UNITED-STATES-CORPORATION/

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Black Beauty:

            Please post this to Reddit the Donald. Get some younger
            heads working on understanding how this is relevant. No
            better way to educate people then to get motivated younger
            people involved. Especially those that don’t yet have families
            to distract them. This is powerful stuff. Let the next generation
            start wrapping their minds around it.

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          • tampa2 says:

            Thank you, Black Beauty, Have saved it and will read, with eagerness, tonight.

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        • ablefox says:

          Over 90 percent of our common law has been codified. It has ceased to exist.

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      • disgustedwithjulison says:

        Good to know…I knew it was probably too good to be true!

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      • Cat Lady says:

        I thought it looked like “everything but the kitchen sink” but I’m not familiar what how indictments typically look like.

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        • annieoakley says:

          It sounded good but at the bottom I saw a discussion about Grand Jury/Petit ? jury that made me wonder. Thanks for the direction to common law / Equity Law. I didn’t know anything about this or the difference.

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    • rrick says:

      I clicked on it only to confirm if it is what I thought it is. Yes, it is as I thought. Not only is it fake, it is laughably so. It is fake, It is fake, It is fake.

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  5. AH_C says:

    I wonder what the next batch of the Page / Strzok texts being delivered to congress tonight or tomorrow will reveal.

    I hope it’s enough of a bombshell to make both Comey and McCabe want to shoot themselves in the back of the head thrice.

    Somewhere in all this, Fitzgerald needs to be destroyed as well.

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    • Marica says:

      AH– I PRAY its a true Bombshell—If James Comey does not at least go to jail– I will never pay taxes again! Not kidding…I AM DONE. America is not America anymore…
      My Husband is a builder and I am a Realtor– We paid 50% of our income in taxes this year… F this…

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    • Radiopatriot says:

      I think you’ll find your answer right here:

      A high-ranking FBI official confirms a number of the missing 50,000 FBI text messages — as well as other text and email messages among FBI brass — reportedly discussed initiating physical harm to President Donald Trump.

      The FBI official urged the U.S. Department of Homeland Security — which oversees the U.S. Secret Service — to launch an investigation of the Justice Department, the FBI and all text messages missing and otherwise that threatened the President.

      “This is dangerous territory and all FBI text messages and personal phones should be examined,” the official said. “It would reveal some frightening conversations.”

      Did FBI brass discuss the assassination of President Donald Trump? If not, what was the nature of the threats against the president from inside the alleged premiere law enforcement agency in the United States?

      “(Director) Wray wants a lid on this,” the FBI official said. “Many know there was talk of harming Trump politically but there is a group here (in D.C. HQ) that understands it goes deeper. We need a special counsel or Homeland Security. Somebody has to clean this up outside of DOJ. It is unacceptable.

      “This is much larger than just texts between two FBI agents.”
      ….

      “As reported yesterday in True Pundit, members of the FBI and Justice Department’s top brass at their Washington D.C.headquarters and other field offices are now using burner phones to stay under the radar of federal investigators and lawmakers, according to FBI insiders.

      The shocking revelations come on the heels of news that the FBI deleted thousands of text messages between anti-Trump FBI agents before investigators could review their content.

      While that is disturbing on one level, FBI and DOJ hierarchy employing the telecom habits of drug cartel bosses reaches a new low for the once-heralded federal law enforcement agency and the DOJ. And breaks federal laws as well.”

      https://truepundit.com/fbi-official-fbi-agents-threatened-physical-harm-president-trump-missing-fbi-texts-frightening-communications/

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      • Radio- thanks for posting this. I have no doubt that it’s past time for the FBI to be dismantled as it clearly has become a criminal enterprise.

        Before the clock runs out, and while the Trump Administration is still in charge,current and past FBI honchos need to be indicted and prosecuted asap. I don’t care what anyone says about how great the “rank and file” is; as far as I ‘m concerned, they are just another bunch of taxpayer funded bureaucrats with salaries and benefits that I can only dream about. We have seen in the past year that they bungle more crimes than they solve, often allowing some of the worst perps to simply walk away. Screw them, let them know what it feels like to live like the rest of us with no special protections from Big Government.

        Here’s the truth about ALL Government employees from the Feds down to your local town hall: there is no reward for success and no punishment for failure. No matter what the drones do, no matter how badly they f**** up, they get paid and they get their benefits and pensions. Just look at McCabe if you want to see the depths of this depravity.

        Here’s a guy at the highest level who is so secure in his position that he has pretty much admitted to his crimes, in fact bragged about them. Then when he gets caught and called out in the referral, the first and only thing he cares about is CASHING IN as fast as he can! He doesn’t even try to HIDE the fact that that’s all he cares about.

        I have no pity for ANYONE who works for the FBI. The hell with all of them. In olden days they wouldn’t have gotten off so easily.

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        • tampa2 says:

          Seneca: I recall thinking about the “cashing in” with no denial of the accusation. The hubris of these swamp dwellers is only exceeded by their lack of understanding of the severity of their crimes. They honestly believe the “ends justify the means” and will be exonerated by their “small group” partners in crime. POS’s. Wrong! MAGA.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Burner phones won’t help, as they should well know.

        Nothing like a MIM fake cell tower to trip up burner phones in an instant…

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        • Roberto says:

          Burner phones? Ha! Bin Laden’s people also used burner phones. This is the last war to the NSA. And who is running the NSA these days? Hint: It ain’t Clapper no more.

          I could write an entire dissertation on the Comey/Clinton-age demographic complete ignorance of technology. In short, they don’t know shit, but they think since they’re so omnipotent they can boss technology around like some other obsequious vassal.

          But I suppose it’s kind of self-evident.

          I know this because I’ve been in rooms with people like these–as well as NSA people. Any high-level tech/intel person will tell you the *exact same thing*. People like Hillary and Comey just don’t get it. Obviously. It’s actually kind of stunning how stupid they can be.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Just think of the PHB in Dilbert. He wanted a database in mauve because he heard it ran faster…

            But, they’re part of the “I just want it to work” generation. Then again, I am too, but I’ve always been the one deep in the innards of the system (h/w, s/w) who designs it or makes it work. And I’ve had to deal with the previous generation’s “professional ignorance” too…

            Comey and his ilk are just the personification of the Peter Principle, or the old adage, “the scum always rises to the top”. Seems like they’ll be getting scooped/scraped off soon. Maybe shoveled, too (hey, Sylvia)…

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      • brh82 says:

        “Missing FBI texts” can be retrieved. We KNOW that! But right now 70% of the Counter Intelligence budget is being spent on anti-Trump while all other crime is left to accelerate. I would say take whatever it costs to retrieve the missing FBI texts, and stop ALL FBI paychecks until the task is finished. Enough is enough!

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      • AH_C says:

        They can try to delete them, but NSA has them all recorded. Plus with the burner phones, there had to be a way to inform others of the new numbers. Since the method of sharing is also known, NSA just have to align those messages with the calls and texts already recorded.

        As much as I hated the patriot act, it is the NSA that will be the death of the deep state. The arrogance is astounding, but then again Killary was supposed to win.

        Thank God she didn’t.

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  6. RedBallExpress says:

    Only President Trump could flush Patrick Fitzgerald out.
    Like Patton: “Why, by God, I actually pity these poor bastards we’re going up against.”

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  7. missilemom says:

    I would like to know if Patrick Fitzgerald has met with Mueller on behalf of Comey. Like Now.
    Does Rod Rosenstein know Fitzgerald repped Comey? This is so dirty.

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    • Julia Adams says:

      Isn’t it fascinating that there are never any conflicts of interest requiring recusals by anyone when the spotlight shines on Democrats?

      What we know now is that federal investigations are great for the outside law firms. Lawyers are making a ton of dough off taxpayers and politicians have the audacity to complain about fraud and deceit in the private sector? Really…

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      • Lindenlee says:

        Because in their world here is nothing BUT conflicts of interest. It is THEIR bread and butter, their everything. They are all sociopaths, sold their souls for money. Or even less. Scum

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        • Roberto says:

          Plus, they are morons. Literally. Like I’ve always said, Hillary is an organic idiot. The effects of hiring not on a basis of smarts and competence but on skin color and gender has a cumulative stupidizing effect. Almost like in-breeding. We’re seeing the effects of that now with each new revelation of incredible idiocy like putting plots against the president of the united states into a text message. I mean, *who does that?!*

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  8. Justbill says:

    Hopefully, with any kind of luck, people in prison read this site. That way, they don’t have to go through the trouble of coming up with a new nickname for Rosie.

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  9. Jenny R. says:

    Wonder if Comey was ordered to hire Fitzgerald — as in: “here’s the lawyer that’s going to help you take the fall for us; now, do it and no more talking if you know what’s good for you (and if you don’t, your lawyer will let us know)”??

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    • Julia Adams says:

      Very possible scenario. LL and EH are capable of such a thing especially if the end game is protect BHO at all costs.

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    • Wasn’t it on Hannity where they said it is believed that Comey also shared his memos with Fizgerald?

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      • DanO64 says:

        Joe DiGenova said he shared his memos with “several;” people.

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      • Comey admitted he shared his memos with Richman who’s also on his dream team.

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      • yy4u says:

        Just had an idea. Scooter Libby got his law license back two years ago. How about POTUS hiring him on HIS legal team. Scooter is bound to know all the twists and turns of Mueller’s, Comey’s and Fitzgerald’s tricks – after all when they got HIM, Mueller was head of the FBI, Comey was the Dep. AG who appointed Fitzgerald and Fitzgerald was the guy who knew Richard Armitage had leaked Valerie Plame’s name within the first week of being appointed but since he was trying to take down Dick Cheney, went after Scooter Libby. By the way, Judith Miller can be called in to testify. She believes Fitzgerald led her with misinformation. Her lawyers also can be called as they claim Fitzgerald offered to let Libby go if he’d give him Dick Cheney.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Arrogance can take on different forms of self protection, not one characteristic which “rolls over” easily.

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  10. Apr 24 2018 17:33:36 (EST) Anonymous ID: 5b6c07 1173221
    Screenshot_20180424-153213….jpg
    Incoming MOAB, duck and cover

    Apr 24 2018 17:38:57 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 5155b4 1173273
    >>1173221
    Red carpet event tonight?
    State dinner.
    What will the texts reveal?
    MOAB or precursor?
    Q

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  11. Just saw a Tweet from Paine posted on Q research thread: “FBI Official: FBI agents threatened physical harm to the President in missing texts and other frightening communications”

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    • Bigdog35 says:

      Now that would be a bombshell…

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I am sure there of plenty of bombshells left in the Strzok-Page emails. I think the released bits were teasers that were enough to get the ball rolling for our side.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Real? Not real?

      Either way, if it’s real, it is entirely not surprising. Expected, really. As in: you know with somebody like Trump you’re always thinking in the back of your mind “somebody might try to put a bullet in this guy’s head”. And such is the way of the PTB. *shrug*

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  12. Peoria Jones says:

    Another creep with Chicago ties. This a-hole no sooner took his appointment as US Atty for Northern IL than he began looking for a way to put Gov. Ryan (R) in prison.

    We all know what transpired after that – Blagojevich, and Zero. IL was doing ok before Fitzgerald came. It’s been rapidly downhill ever since.

    A few years ago, Gov. Quinn (D) appointed him to the U of I board of trustees. This is how things work. To my knowledge, he’s worked in a Chicago law practice ever since.

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  13. RJones says:

    If he was truly hired when Comey was hired then one of two things (or both) is true: 1/ The lawyer has a fool for a client and/or 2/ the client has a fool for a lawyer. Since being fired, I can’t think of a single think Comey done to help himself or his situation. While under the guidance of his lawyer, he dug the hole nearly to China.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      My 8 year old collie would have advised Comey: Do not write a book. Do not answer questions. Do not open your pie hole.

      Needless to say, my 8 year old Collie is not a lawyer. Furthermore, you don’t need to be a 8 year old Collie to avoid being an idiot. Just don’t be an idiot, that is all.

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      • yy4u says:

        ‘My 8 year old collie would have advised Comey: Do not write a book. Do not answer questions. Do not open your pie hole”.

        My 5 year old German shepherd believes James Comey is psychiatric. Nobody in his right mind would write a book, go on tour, throw BOTH McCabe AND Priestap under the bus while presenting himself as the reincarnation of St. Francis of Assisi or St. Paul. Either that or he has so much trust that Mueller will be able to protect him no matter what he does.

        Needless to say, my 5 year old German Shepherd is not a psychiatrist. She is, however, quite observant.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Do not write a book.”

        Book could be useful for laundering payoff $$$ for legal fees, hush money, etc.

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        • Roberto says:

          You think his “legal team” doesn’t know, to the penny, how much money Comey’s got? And McCabe? It’s like karmic civil forfeiture. They’ll drain every last cent from these guys.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          McCabe has shown that a Go Fund Me page is even more effective.

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  14. better off ted (and bill) says:

    Some people (lawyers) are not very good at recognizing that a lawyer never represents himself as his/her own attorney well [like the best brain surgeon would never dare operate on him/herself] and make terrible clients for other lawyers because they always feel like they are the smartest person in the room.

    chalk it up to arrogance

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    • Dutchman says:

      IF this is true, NOW we get firmly and totally into Treason and Sedition territory.
      Not that I didnt think whats already come out wasn’t treasonous and seditious, just didn’t think could ‘make case’, either legally OR in court of public opinion.
      Discussing assasination, fuggetaboutit, bring out the rope.
      Actually, I think they know, that would be a bridge to far, as long as we have 2nd amend.
      1st U.S. Civil war ended with an assasination, next one will begin with one, is what I’m saying, and I think they KNOW that.
      Hope they arent willing to go there, God bless and protect our Pres. and Republic!!
      Comey is a stooge, Brennan and Clapper are the ‘brains’? behind the ins. Policy, along with O.
      THEY need to hang, and not only FBI and DOJ needing ‘purge’ CIA and NSA, need a complete revamp, along with State Dept.
      These people have far to much power, absolutely corrupted.

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      • DanO64 says:

        Brennan would go there and probably did. Would not surprise me one bit. Brennan is an angry follower of that child raping, ignorant Bedouin, camel pee drinking, 14th century animal. One must be a lunatic to believe that so called religion.

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  15. honestyoz says:

    DIRTY Deeds Done Dirt cheap https://youtu.be/rYeMhiWWP8s

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  16. Dolores says:

    Praying someone, any of the swamp, go to jail. If new information points to evil, prosecute. We are a nation of laws, we are not lawless.

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  17. SPMI says:

    DAMMIT TO HELL ANYWAY!
    BRING BACK “COMMON LAW”
    WHAT A SH*T STORM WE HAVE IN OUR COUNTRY
    ITS DISGRACEFUL.

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  18. Pursang says:

    Where are the White Hats in the middle management of the FBI/DOJ?

    Time to step up, guys.

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    • fakenoozisforfools says:

      There are no white hats. There are only some black hats who actively engage in sedition and the rest who are willing to stand on the sidelines and hold the coats of the black hats while they commit their foul evil deeds and cheer them on while trying to remain inconspicuous.

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    • yy4u says:

      ” Where are the White Hats in the middle management of the FBI/DOJ?”

      Protecting their jobs by staying silent. We tend to glorify FBI agents but they’re human like the rest of us. The Democrats/DeepState/Swamp plays hardball. The Republicans and the rest of us have now power.

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  19. Bulldog84 says:

    This is a bit off topic, but speaking of sketchy lawyers …

    McCabe’s lawyer Michael Bromwich, formerly with the DOJ inspector general, had involvement in the whitewashing of the arkanciding of a man in FBI custody in Oklahoma City after the Murrah building bombing in 1995. The deceased, Kenneth Trentadue, appears to have had the misfortune of looking like the John Doe No. 2 sketch.

    Bromwich would seem to have experience getting corrupt FBI agents out of trouble.

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    • yy4u says:

      Bulldog84 — Thanks for bringing up the Murrah bombing. I’ve never seen anyone executed so quickly as McVeigh. Press made it out he was militia. (He wasn’t). Press didn’t make much out of the fact the other guy — forget his name — seemed to have connections with Islam. Then there’s John Doe No 2. Didn’t know about the guy who got Arkancided. I don’t know if McVeigh did it or was railroaded — sad that I’d even consider the possibility — but I do know there is more to the Murrah bombing than has been reported.

      Similar but change of subject. I heard on TV this a.m. that the Republicans are back practicing on the softball field but under heavy guard. The commentator intoned (and I mean that literally) how “Congress” now takes seriously the threats against them. CONGRESS! Wait a minute. How many Democrats have been attacked recently? ZERO!
      Scalise was nearly murdered and Rand Paul was beaten up by a wacko lefty neighbor. so “Congress” needs to be wary. No way, intoning commentator. REPUBLICANS need to be afraid. It’s the Left Wing that is violent — as has been the case through Lenin, Castro, Mao, Pol Pot, Chavez, etc., etc., etc.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        1. There was a really good book by an OKC TV news reporter who did some investigative journalism. I think her last name was Jane. There was a John Doe #2, who she believed to be a Palestinian with ties to Saddam Hussein. (Remember, this was not too long after the Gulf War.)

        2. No one has ever, to my knowledge, disclosed where Terry Nichols and Timothy McVeigh got the money to finance this operation. It is known that Nichols met with folks in the Philippines who were linked to al-Qaeda.

        There’s a lot of indirect connection to Islamic radicalism there. Nichols and McVeigh may have had their own motives, but they may have had help with execution.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “they may have had help with execution.”

          The real suspicious parts of that was one of the huge columns in front of the building coming down, as well as all material carted off to a secure site in guarded dump trucks. Air is not an efficient conveyor of blast energy, so a truck bomb could have blown the face of the building off. Taking out a column 3 or 4 feet in diameter is not possible.

          The building could have been rebuilt; however, just like some sketchy school shootings the scene of the crime is guarded and then destroyed to hide evidence that would contradict the official narrative. Hauling off the demolition debris from OKC so that it could not be tested for explosive residues other than ammonium nitrate/fuel oil was the #1 priority of the OKC coverup.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        ” the Murrah bombing. I’ve never seen anyone executed so quickly as McVeigh. ”

        I have brought that up several times here regarding present day circumstances – those guilty of capital punishment crimes should be executed just as quickly – none of this sitting on “death row” for 10-20+ years.

        Ecclesiastes 8:11 Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.

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  20. superfly007 says:

    Comey already has a I’m Guilty book out and that where his trouble lays.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Dog walking moment.

      What do Comey, Mueller, Fitzgerald, McCabe, and, now
      apparently Bromwich all have in common. Throw Brennan,
      Clapper, Lois Lerner, and the evil IRS bald troll in there, too.

      To a person, they are all fixers. Either create a situation
      to take out the opposition for their masters, or intervene
      to make sure nefariousness gets buried.

      Wasn’t Fitzgerald around Chicago, whistling at the ceiling
      while Obama was having divorce records unsealed about
      his opponents? Didn’t he get booted upstairs after helping
      take out Blago and Scooter Libby?

      Comey has been covering up Hillary’s misdeeds since
      Whitewater. McCabe was in on the fixes predating his wife
      running for office. Mueller came onboard while 9/11 was
      still smoldering, helped bury Uranium one.

      For brevity I’ll leave the others out. But this is one that we
      the people need to start spreading around.

      X event happened. Y person enabled it to happen, or
      covered up the fact that it happened. The other tale would
      be that Y person both handled the enabling, and the
      covering up of it afterwards. Maybe we could do this
      on the open thread. Have an everyday rogue’s gallery
      featuring one of the fixers, and what happens around them.

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  21. Retired USMC says:

    So when does the FBI get to raid his office?

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  22. DanO64 says:

    Interesting. We have this Small group involved in this conspiracy being allowed to remain employed under the belief or assumption they are cooperating with the prosecution of a Bigger group. Who said they could stay? Who made the decision to go after both groups? Perhaps the same guy who just got a pair of nice cufflinks from the President. Prolly gold too. Just say N.

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  23. jeans2nd says:

    “Fitzgerald is part of a three-member legal team that includes David Kelley, a former deputy U.S. attorney under Comey in New York, and former federal prosecutor Dan Richman, a Columbia Law School professor.”

    “he “has been part of Mr. Comey’s legal team since May 2017.””

    Good grief. Are we going attorney-client privilege again? All the way back to the day Comey was fired? Does Comey believe he will receive the Clinton treatment?
    Perhaps, this time, Comey will receive the Pres Trump-Cohen treatment. Doubtful. imo

    Apparently Comey’s three attorneys see no prob with Comey’s public Whining Tour. They all must be incredibly safe Swamp Creatures in their Liddle Fetid Swamp

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  24. And wouldn’t Comey’s “hiring” of Fitzgerald then make prosecutors unable to question Fitzgerald about prior issues? (Although Attorney/Client Privilege no longer seems to apply for Republicans, we all know it’ll be solidly upheld for Democrats.)

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    • Ospreyzone says:

      Another Bingo.

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    • DanO64 says:

      Seems to me this means Fitz and Snitch will claim they can’t be questioned about PRIOR knowledge of the conspiracy. It involves people outside of the government too. Remember old Nellie. We are going to need a much bigger gallows. Address this conspiracy like an assassination plot. It’s that serious.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Yes, because, ya know, Alinsky makes sure that we follow our rules and his side doesn’t follow our rules, or something.

      What we need to do is to publicize Alinsky far and wide and break our rules the same way the left breaks them and say no, sauce is the same for goose and gander, lefto pinkos. and no, you do not get to force us to go by our rules while you get to break any rules you like. It does not work that way.

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      • yy4u says:

        Gar — You have verbalized EXACTLY how they win. If the Democrats lose elections, they still get their way — as witness what’s going on in Congress/Senate now — because the Republicans play by the rules (confirm Dem. presidents cabinet picks) and the Democrats don’t (POTUS still can’t get his ambassador to Germany in place and look at what they’re doing to Dr. Johnson AND Pompeo). So they win whether they win or not. Some of it is Republicans’ stupidity, some of it is Republicans’ lack of a spine but most of is is because the Republicans in Congress are bought and owned and the owners want the same thing the Democrats do basically. I have had arguments with staunch Republican friends who will argue heatedly that if we do to them what they do to us, we are no better than they. THAT IS A RECIPE FOR LOSING!

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Get a twofer, try them both.

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    • evergreen says:

      No.
      If Fitzgerald is material as a witness, he’s a witness, period. What he wants to claim as privilege is secondary. In fact, the closer Fitzgerald gets to his client, the more the conflict of interest arises, and one would think, the bar would have something to say on the matter. But what’s the bar, other than a club card for DNC members?

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  25. Joe Zablonski says:

    This is not journalism. It’s propaganda. The headline says it all.

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  26. EJ says:

    When I was younger I like Fitzgerald. The Libby thing was bad, but on the state level, it appeared that he was trying to clean up some corruption. He prosecuted some high profile cases. Mafia (Family Secrets); Governor George Ryan (for crooked state contracts, not sure how much Ryan actually had to do with them); Governor Blagojevich.

    This last one raises an eyebrow. When Blago was making his deals, I always wondered how much Obama had to do with the whole thing. I am sure if Sundance put in the time, we would all be schooled on what really happened. Perhaps Fitz made it so Obama was shielded.

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    • yy4u says:

      EJ — At the time — when Fitzgerald pulled the wire tap — my first thought was Oh -Oh, this is coming too close to President-elect Obama — my guess at the time was Jarrett, but I have no inside knowledge, just a suspicious mind and years of watching the Democrats behave like Bolsheviks. And keep in mind Governor George Ryan was a REPUBLICAN. (Blago was a Dem but we know Dems get thrown under the bus if they pose a problem to the party. Ask Al Franken (who deserves to be under a tank, not a bus).

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  27. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    Fitzgerald is checking his contacts in Russia to see if James Baker was ever in Prague….any James Baker.

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  28. Trent Telenko says:

    The Comey and the Former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald as his lawyer story should be looked at as Comey advertising that he wants to make a plea bargain deal for himself.

    Consider who Comey could turn state’s evidence against.

    These will be the future “flaming datum’s” to look for regards Comey turning state’s evidence against the Obama Administration.

    1. If Comey is charged with leaking but not perjury offenses, then a deal is on the table. and media coverage will savagely attack Comey.

    2, If perjury charges are simultaneous with or added after leaking classified documents charged, then a deal with Comey to turn state’s evidence is off the table. And media coverage will make him a saint.

    …and Pre. Trump wins either way.

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  29. I am among kindred spirits in posting here. Like all of us, I benefit from reading the views of others, and I appreciate the opportunity to express my own. The Clinton Coup is a deadly serious threat to democracy, and America is blessed by the indefatigable efforts of Sundance, TracyBeanz, Laura Loomer and the like, who are shining light onto this slimy vile cabal.

    Buoyed up as I am by the calls to “lock ‘em up,” I must sound a sobering note. Not very many of these malefactors are actually going to be imprisoned at the end of the day. Broadly speaking, “leaking” classified material is a serious crime only if the material leaked is related to the national defense. Leaking material which is “classified” by civilian agencies (FBI, DOJ, State) solely to cover up their devious machinations and buffoonery is a misdemeanor, and almost always warrants a sentence of probation. Moreover, in Comey’s case, leaking memos to his pal Richman might be immunized entirely, based on Richman’s status as a “Special Government Employee” (SGE) (of course, Richman committed an offense when he leaked to the NYT). Ditto for Page and Strzok; leaking to the WSJ might be a misdemeanor offense at worst.

    My sense is that fraud or misconduct in obtaining the FISA surveillance warrants is a more serious threat to the conspiracy. But that will be a much tougher case to prove. Simply misleading the FISA Court by omitting a material fact is not a crime. Nor is it a crime to provide a court with “facts” which are not verified, or which later turn out to be untrue. Under our system, it is the FISC judge’s job as a neutral in an ex parte application to ask questions, and test the government’s case. (In fact, I read that one or more of the applications by Team Yates was rejected by a skeptical FISC judge.) The application and/or agent’s affidavit must contain intentional falsity; the agent knowingly providing the false affidavit to the court has the most exposure. The government’s attorney has considerably less exposure, unless someone testifies about her direct knowledge of falsity etc.

    At best, we can hope for ruined reputations for Comey, Lynch, etc., and the obloquy attached to a conspirator who tried to subvert Democracy as an agent for the America-hating Left….

    Until that dark day in about A.D. 2025 when some “Progressive” president pardons these scumbags.

    S. J. Britt
    Assistant U.S. Attorney (retired)

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    • tampa2 says:

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this. But, doesn’t RICO supersede (for lack of a better word) misdemeanors? And, doesn’t it take only two conspirators to be so charged?

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      • A RICO conviction is serious, but RICO is sort of a “derivative” crime, in that it requires proof of a predicate crime like murder, kidnaping, robbery, arson etc. (There are at least 50 predicates, listed in Section 1961.) The predicates are all felonies, so conviction for them s always more serious than a misdemeanor conviction. I would have to look at Section 1961 very closely to see which of the predicate offenses might apply to the “small group.”

        You are correct, a conspiracy charge always requires more than one conspirator, but the indictment need charge only one defendant with conspiracy; the others are “uncharged conspirators” (usually cooperators, or dead people).

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    • yy4u says:

      S J Britt — Unfortunately, I know you are right. I’m no attorney but I’ve known all along that it is a pipe dream to believe Hillary OR Obama or anyone close to them will be indicted much less tried and convicted. Just ain’t gonna happen. First of all NOBODY in the Swamp has the stomach for this kind of thing. The blowback from the Bolshevik Media would be unendurable to any but someone with a spine like POTUS. Secondly, they’ll tell themselves it’s for the good of the country to let it go — just as President Elect said on the night he won against all odds. Only because THEY wouldn’t let it go has he fought back. He’s a counter puncher, remember?

      The best we can hope for is to go through the barrel and get rid of the rotten applies. Promote US Attorneys who are not involved in the corruption and fire those who are. Same with the FBI. Frankly I think the FBI ought to be dismantled temporarily, it’s open cases transferred to the US Marshalls. They haven’t been much good anyway — look at the Boston Bombers (Russia told them), the Parkland shooting (they were warned), the Vegas shooting (they and we know nothing; the case is dying on the vine). Then start promoting from below, agents who have worked diligently, kept their heads down and their noses out of politics. McCabe’s wife running as a Democrat should have been a HUGE flare on a moonless night.

      The best we can hope for is to cut off a few legs to keep the gangrene from spreading to throughout the body. It may already have.

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      • I can only add a little good news; the rot in the FBI and DOJ is at the top, as you understand. I work with FBI agents and federal prosecutors every day who are honest, honorable, and work hard; in fact, I do not know any bad ones. As a courtesy we never discuss politics, but I know that Comey, McCabe, Strzok etc. are an embarrassment to the real agents and the real AUSAs in the field.

        “Huge flare on a moonless night;” Well said.

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    • J S Britt

      Why not just sign you real name Jim Comey?!

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    • Cheesehead54016 says:

      ………. somebody, probably many, obstructed justice, lacked mucho candor……… at the very, very least. 33K missing emails……not investigated fully or Obstruction………

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    • Boots says:

      What district are you retired from?

      Leaking isn’t the central issue. Conspiracy to interfere with election and conspiracy to take down a presidency is. And all the other conspiracies engaged in, willfully and knowingly.

      Whether or not indictments for same are handed down is crap shoot.

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    • Roberto says:

      …and North Korea would never in a million years give up it’s nukes. And ISIS could never be defeated strategically. And the equity markets would swoon under DJT. And HRC was 95% certain to win. And no one would ever ever refer to charges a Director of the FBI (and his No. 2).

      Point being, although you might be historically accurate, no one has ever attempted to overthrow the US government. AND the US has never had a complete renegade president like DJT. Consequently, all bets are off.

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  30. cochato28 says:

    Rosenstein envisioned Mueller as the once and future FBI Director after Comey was fired. Only when Mueller failed to get that job did Rosenstein appoint Mueller as special counsel. But if Mueller had been hired by Trump to replace Comey, whom would Rosenstein have appointed as special counsel? Perhaps Patrick Fitzgerald, whom Rosenstein might have envisioned as the once and future special counsel. Now Fitzgerald is back, to defend Comey, and just after Trump pardoned Fitzgerald’s victim Libby. And let us not forget Charles Schumer, who met privately with Comey (in 2003) and Rosenstein (in 2017) before they were confirmed as Deputy Attorneys General, in order to ensure they would appoint a special counsel (Comey had first to persuade Ashcroft to recuse himself; Sessions already had done so).

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  31. Doppler says:

    I remember from Clinton Cash, I think, that Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills were given what sounds like SGE status to let them, while top level staffers at State, simultaneously work for and get paid for Clinton Foundation and GI work. Here’s a cite to a description of the “ethics” rules applicable to SGEs.

    https://www.oge.gov/Web/oge.nsf/Resources/Special+Government+Employees

    It seems tailor made to allow the anointed to avoid accountability for any sort of conflict of interest and financial impropriety.

    On connecting Richman’s access to the FISA circumventing private contractors, and also his Terrorist cryptography skills, (possibly the “excuse” mentioned in the FISC order terminating the 702 search capabilities for the reason for the access that didn’t justify all the searches done), we’ve learned not to underestimate SD’s ability to see ahead of the curve. Perhaps overestimating my own such ability, I will just express concern that unknown SGE’s are being given access to all “terrorist crypto communications” while also being exempted from most of the rules designed to punish those who abuse their access for personal gain. I wonder if Imran Awan and his family were SGEs?

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  32. Jane Smith says:

    Rosenstein lied!!!

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