New Batch of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page Messages Released (pdf included)…

Last night another batch of FBI Agent Peter Strzok and DOJ Lawyer Lisa Page text messages were released by the DOJ. (pdf here)

This series of messages are clearly from captures on the Peter Strzok side of their communications. All prior releases were captures from Lisa Page’s side, and were a direct outcome of her providing the messages to the FBI Inspection Division (INSD) as verification for her side of the story in the contradictions between her statements and those of her once boss Andrew McCabe (per the INSD leak investigation).

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Some initial notes from the latest release below:

Much of the messaging is disjointed because of the one-sided capture. However, some information is decipherable and very interesting.

FBI Head of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap, Peter Strzok’s boss, features heavily in convos. This makes sense since the perspective in the release is from Strzok’s side of their communications.  The name “Jen” also figures prominently and appears to be a person within the FBI Counterintelligence Unit that Strzok views as a competitor of sorts.

Important Note – It definitely appears Page and Strzok were using joint G-Mail account. Notes to “clear GMail” indicates they were using a running draft to talk at length about ongoing activities.  [This is also a common tactic of terrorist group communications]

♦[April 6th, 2017] 15:32 FBI definitely Coordinating media leaks. Strzok asks Page if she has “update from Mike Kortan (FBI Communication Director) about timing of New York Times piece.”

♦[April 10th, 2017] 08:16am Strzok anxious because new DOJ is leaning in on media leaks and making inquires. Might pertain to April 6th leak to NYT previously highlighted.

♦[April 22nd, 2017] 10:53am another article constructed for intentional leak again discussed. Sheeesh, this crew was constructing leaks like mad. Transparent behavior of political motives within small group. Kortan needs to be questioned under oath to understand scale.

Connected aspect “GC” = General Counsel. That’s James Baker and he figures heavily in their coordinated activity. He’s the fulcrum amid Comey and McCabe and these activities as carried out by Michael Kortan, Lisa Page, Peter Strzok etc. Another frequent name abbreviated is “JR” James Rybicki, Comey’s former Chief of Staff.

♦[May 8th, 2017] Afternoon (15:00ish – 3pm) Strzok/Page are watching Yates/Clapper testimony to Senate Judicary Committee. Strzok makes mention of “unmasking” etc. First notation of concern. Here’s a reference point for convo: (CTH Article From May 8th)

More from May 8th, 2017. Appears to be a key date (lengthy convos). Discussion of Special Counsel and what they skills and investigative stuff they need.

♦[May 9th, 2017] Strzok “angry” because his boss “Bill” Priestap is starting to question why Strzok needs to have his fingers in everything. “implication is I’m a busy body” etc. Gee, ya think?

Important – May 9th, 2017 was date of Comey firing

♦[May 10th, 2017] 05:29am (five o’clock in morning) Page to Strzok: “We need to lock in {redacted} in a formal chargeable way soon”.

It’s highly likely the redaction is “POTUS” (secondary option could be “FLYNN”) “We need to lock in POTUS (Trump) in a formal, Chargeable way soon”. It is on page 32 of the pdf.

♦[May 11th, 2017] Conversation is about this picture when Andrew McCabe testified to congress, and the coordinated and accompanying media leaks to frame the narrative.  DOJ Attorney Lisa Page was assigned a special counsel to McCabe’s office during the entire operation to exonerate Clinton, and later to frame Donald Trump (ie. the “insurance policy”) hence her centrality to all aspects within Main Justice and FBI via McCabe.

Convo on May 11th also includes Senator Mark Warner and Richard Burr questions to McCabe etc. With additional convo about Lester Holt interview w/ Trump. Page/Strzok see Holt as on their team: “he did a great job” etc.

♦[May 17th, 2017] Lisa Page mentions reviewing Benjamin Wittes Lawfare website (James Comey BFF and leak conduit) for “arguments to chronicle” on behalf of Special counsel advocacy.

NOTE: This is interesting because Lawfare Blog also mentions the “Insurance Policy”.

Important – May 17th, 2017 is the date of the Special Counsel Mueller appointment.

♦[May 17th, 2017] Date of Mueller appointment. Discussions of team being assembled. Strzok notes “emailing with Aaron”.  Well that’s Aaron Zelby former FBI Director Robert Mueller’s Chief of Staff who was selected for Special Counsel position. He’s also a partner at WilmerHale, and Strzok mentions to Page that she might find herself working at WilmerHale if she plays her cards right.

The fact that Agent Strzok was emailing with “Aaron” Zelby prior to the official appointment of the special counsel team should likely raise a few eyebrows.   Of course within this time-frame of the messaging released, the redactions increase.  Go figure.

Toward the end of the release a more thorough picture emerges of who was selecting Robert Mueller’s team and why. Andrew McCabe was key player along with James Baker. Reading how this was done blows the entire Mueller “White Hat Theory” to smithereens. However, the conversation does highlight an aspect we have previously discussed. Robert Mueller did not select the “small group” to work with him; but rather the DOJ/FBI “small group” appears to have selected him.

Specifically Peter Strzok and Lisa Page are discussing who is best ideological ally to help their Mueller Special Counsel team “get Trump” (discussions on pages 46, 47, 48, 49).

… And whaddyaknow… Predictably right when those juicy tidbits about the Mueller agenda are surfacing the text message release abruptly stops on May 23rd, 2017.

Transparently those who are releasing information do not want the motives and intents of the Mueller team origination to surface. So they stop the release right there.

Bastards.

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938 Responses to New Batch of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page Messages Released (pdf included)…

  1. Perot Conservative says:

    I wonder if Google or NSA can recover clean Gmail / drafts?

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      Yes.

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      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        Even Hillary’s bleach-bitted stuff is out there. You might have to pay the Chinese or the Russians, or the high-school kid in Peoria, but they are out there.
        Cook wasn’t visiting the White House for a social call.

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        • Jedi9 says:

          Doesn’t Cook head Apple? How would he have access to Google Gmail?

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        • kenji says:

          ALL of HER emails are sitting in Utah … at the NSA data collection center. But since SHE isn’t a rhight wingggh Republican … HER secrets are safe.

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          • GenEarly says:

            Admiral Mike Rogers joined with President Trump in the counter coup against the DOJ-FIB-DemocRat Cabal. Trump has ALL of the info from the NSA. Just peeling the onion now, drip, drip or tic, toc until More Public Awareness reaches a crescendo demanding Equal Justice Rule of Law….. thus preempting the Leftist ProgreSSive Antifa type demonstrations to high level DemocRat indictments.

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            • Wouldn’t it be something if Trump is sitting on a pile of intelligence from sources, just waiting to dump it on them if they decide to forward a report to Congress recommending impeachment proceedings and criminals charges against him. If Rogers managed to collect proof of their treason before warning Trump.

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          • maiingankwe says:

            Kenji,
            Respectfully, you don’t really believe our President Trump went through all of that hell to let her slide, so when he’s up for 2020, they play all of their tricks again?

            I believe with all of my heart they will go down, all the big ones especially.

            I think it’s because it’s never happened for our side before that it is too hard to imagine it actually happening.
            Be well, hold strong,
            Ma’iingankwe

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          • The Sugarplum Dreams Fairy stopped by to tell me to ask you where one might be able to assemble a grand jury of people cleared and qualified to be shown material extracted from the NSA database. And which U.S. Attorney would empanel such a grand jury?

            We can hope, can’t we?

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            • Trump2020 says:

              I sure can tell you. It’s called a Military Tribunal which will all be setup down at Gitmo. You people seem to forget the executive orders that have been signed by PDT in both December of 2017 and around the end of February or first of March. These trials will all be at Gitmo due to the national security risk these people put on our country. It’s an act of treason when you try to over throw and duly elected President. Also the fact that many of these people are implicated in human trafficing. Please don’t listen to the press and listen to Sundance and remember the past writings of Sundance.

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              • WES says:

                Trump2020: It would be very nice if all the guilty were tried by military courts. However I seriously doubt that will happen except in our dreams. First none of the guilty are in the military. If this method is tried all of the guilty will appeal to the Supreme Court not to mention all of the Dems and their MSM claiming a witch Hunt while starting riots everywhere. After the 2016 elections I believe Trump doesn’t want to give his enemies any leverage and wants to keep the MSM irrelevant. Wanting justice Trump will probably go for trials in civilian courts but maybe not in DC. He will probably try to keep things low keyed and maybe pick the guilty off one by one over several years. In my dreams I would love it if the guilty are rounded up in one day by the Marines and flown south to Cuba’s Club Gitmo!

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                • w5ovf says:

                  I doubt that the SCOTUS has any authority over a US military tribunal held outside the US. This one involves TREASON by elected\appointed folk who have sworn to uphold the US Constitution!! YES I mean current US congress-critters of all stripes\stinks\taints!!

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                • Trump2020 says:

                  Wes go and read the executive orders. People do not need to be in the military to have a military tribunal hear a case. They have to be threat to our country. This is clearly stated in the executive orders. There is no way that these cases can be fairly heard in a civil court, especially in DC, where these crimes where done. I understand your view, but I don’t think PDT is going to let even one of these people off the hook, most importantly for what they have done to our country and now to him and his family secondly.

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            • Robert Hahn
              What the dirty prosecutors do is use that evidence to develop other legitimate evidence . Example NSA picks up evidence of a transaction , then they” find” it another way ( bank records )ect

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            • DD More says:

              Robert – Utah
              Attorney General Jeff Sessions appointed a Utah federal prosecutor to lead a criminal investigation into matters that arose as part of investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, according to a letter sent by Sessions to lawmakers on March 29.
              Huber’s legal authority as a U.S. attorney allows him to impanel a grand jury anywhere in the United States. Additionally, Huber, based in Utah, is far away from what Trump refers to as the Washington “swamp.”

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              • Perot Conservative says:

                There is also reportedly a federal prosecutor assigned to the CF investigation in Arkansas, which is supported by 4 other FBI offices.

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          • James says:

            Yes NSA has her emails.

            And for everyone, if you have not watched “A Good American” you must do so. It’s the story of NSA whistleblower Bill Binney, a former technical director at NSA. You will learn a lot of things: that the NSA is capturing every text, every email, bank records, credit card, every picture you have; the NSA was tracking Osama bin Laden the whole time but did not share that information; how communications companies are abetting the NSA; you will see show the deep state could absolutely try to take Donald Trump down; how massive and intrusive the NSA is; also if you try to reveal anything how the government could come after you and try to put you in prison from 30 years to life; it made me angry to see how nefarious this organization is.

            “A Good American” is on YouTube and you can watch it for free . It’s a fascinating documentary.

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            • PureInHeart says:

              If NSA has it all, and I believe they do, why does Congress have to ask DOJ to release documents/texts/emails? Why don’t they get it themselves from NSA?

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              • Because the NSA is making them dance . It is hat the puppet master does

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              • w5ovf says:

                We have this “INTENT” in US history and Constitution that ‘the people’ (citizens) shall be free from “unreasonable search and seizure” by the government. Even if I shout publicly “I LOVE MY Kitten Shadow”; such does not allow any government to use such as testimony, to my BESTIALITY ! All neighbors agree that Shadow has the bestus cats-ass ever!
                :

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        • Mark L. says:

          The NSA has all.

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      • Mendy Mendelbaum says:

        You mean email drafts using the web-based interface (as opposed to a local email program) are cached permanently?

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    • Stormyeyes says:

      NO Drafts are UNSENT. Just like having your spouse proof read something before you send it on your email account. They can make changes corrections that you can see when you sign in but because it is NEVER sent, and cleared out, there is no trail. NONE.

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      • Phideaux says:

        That’s true of e-mail with your local e-mail client (like Outlook), but that’s not how GMail works. Drafts are saved out on the Google cloud, so the info goes across the internet, and thus is open to capture and collection.

        The GMail trick, that doesn’t leave an easily accessible trail, is that 2 people log in and out of the same GMail account (from different computers), and read and edit emails in the drafts folder. Yes, these emails are never “sent”, but these drafts are pushed out to the GMail servers. Otherwise, this scheme would not work at all.

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        • AH_C says:

          In the same way that when Disqus or other chat apps let you know that the other party is typing. The code that monitors and relays THAT you are drafting/typing can just as easily transmit WHAT you are typing. Whatever you can imagine, you can code. It’s all just zeros and ones.

          Just the same way you can have Excel – spreadsheet app – do anything unrelated to spreadsheets, 0s & 1s.

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          • TheLastDemocrat says:

            Yes, but you have to have the capacity to orderly record EVERY keystroke, and associate with the right function.

            If you type into an MS Doc, then move your mouse and click and type into a web browser, the keystrokes will simply be a sequence of keystrokes, with no way to tell when you were in MS Word, and when in the browser.

            I know sequential versions of a web page are usually saved by Internet archive.

            I really doubt that Cloud Google Docs saves EVERY version of a doc as you create, draft, revise, delete, revise again, etc. On typical docs I do, they might go through well more than a thousand such changes.

            This is equivalent to saving a picture of a painting each and every time you add a brush stroke. I do not believe this is generally possible. Maybe if you knew you wanted to surveil each and evey micro-change in someone’s gmail cloud site, you could ask for a data dump of what was on / in the doc just before each save, or each change. But by default? Out there, now? No way.

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            • w5ovf says:

              “This is equivalent to saving a picture of a painting each and every time you add a brush stroke. I do not believe this is generally possible. ”
              If you transmit each brush stroke; over any form of electromagnetic transmission; such now definitely has a record in Utah! If you do not like that please SHADDUP ALREADY!

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            • AH_C says:

              Concur. I’m also awestruck that the NSA has the capacity and $$ to save everything that transits the digital network. I rather suspect that maybe everything is collected, but then they run keyword searches etc to determine whether to keep the content or discard it, saving only the metadata. At least that was my understanding of how Echelon worked back in the 90s and 00s.

              Google Docs’ auto save is like the ‘Undo’. I don’t use it but it probably only remembers the past 25 or 50 strokes – – a rolling save while in edit mode. Once saved or posted, the previous ‘versions’ are discarded.

              Also agree that recording across applications is impractical, except under surveillance.

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              • andy says:

                key strokes. 😉 every key stroke, every doc. ‘undo’ is a key stroke technically. Its a hacker vector attack. ‘replay attack’. you can recreate all the edits with the replay of the keystrokes logged at google network centers.

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        • Mendy Mendelbaum says:

          I asked this question above before seeing your comment. Do you mean that Google caches automatically and forever draft emails? Petraeus and his lover did the same thing. They used one gmail account and “sent” mash notes to each other by reading and creating draft stage emails that were never actually sent. So even though the emails were never archived in Google’s email server because they were never actually sent, Google still has copies because they were cached in memory? This would make sense because how could draft messages hold state across user sessions unless Google kept them available for later use in some way.

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      • neal s says:

        Just because something is unsent does not mean that gmail does not keep track of it. I often use unsent messages as digital scratchpads or post-it notes. I can put stuff in there, and no matter where I go, if I have browser access to the interwebs, I can pull up my old drafts. Obviously, such unsent messages are stored with gmail. And even if you delete them, you have no idea how long it might stick around at gmail, or what backups it ultimately winds up being part of.

        Don’t you think that NSA might have interest in access to all your unsent drafts? I don’t for a second believe that NSA does not have access to such whether directly or indirectly. We just don’t know the specifics. But don’t kid yourself that unsent drafts are unseen by anyone else.

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          Yes, you can pull up the current draft.

          But you cannot pull up the version five minutes before that, where a paragraph was written, a collaborator saw it, and maybe copied/pasted out of it into another application, then deleted the paragraph from the doc. And maybe drafted some nonsense, hit ‘save.,’ darafted some more nonsense, and hit ‘save’ again.

          The “undo” function does this, until you save, and close. Then it is certainly flushed out of cache storage.

          The internet would get clogged and shut down in a minute if every temporary cache file were saved, and backed up.

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      • randsec says:

        “Drafts are UNSENT.” “there is no trail.”

        Well, yes and no, depending on what “sent” and “trail” mean to you.

        Email drafts are not “sent” to the recipient until “Send,” but are indeed sent to Google frequently during editing to save changes “in the cloud.” This supports working on a draft on one computer and then another, or recovery from power failure or WiFi failure or 3G failure (as in entering a tunnel) and so on. What is saved for user access is the latest version of the draft, but since earlier versions were sent through the Net, they could exist in automatic logs.

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      • bextwins says:

        Drafts are not emailed, but they are sent to long-term storage. When you load a document on your pc, the data MAY stay in short term RAM, until an autosave is triggered and imprints the data on long-term storage. When you work on Gmail, the autosave function is automatic and the entirety of the work is certainly saved.

        Whether the saved draft is archived for access at this point is an entire different question. There are different laws and standards for different states and countries that can be as demanding as permanently deleting the saved data as quickly as 30 days from the date of request.

        Even deleted data is usually not deleted immediately. When you delete data from a hard drive, you are deleting the index and log referencing the data for storage. The delete function does not erase the bit position. All of the 0,1/+,- bits continue to be in the same position until your system reuses the bits to contain new data. Even after many of the bits have been reused to hold a new position storing data, the data can be reconstructed with as few as 4% of the bits still in the original position through predictive analysis. if all of the bits have been reused, the bit may still hold a latent imprint of the previous position. If 4% of the completely reused bits can be forensically solved for the previous position, you can reconstruct the entire dataset. This is because of the interdependence of bits/bites/bytes and the limited solutions that render text in data column format combined with the limited amount of solutions that will render intelligible words that construct into intelligible sentences. The process of translating the data is simple computing math once the bit positions of 4% have been discovered.
        If the physical storage drives have been destroyed, the data can still be recovered. The data is still captured in archived backups, raid indexes, and temporary spools saved to memory on dozens of interconnected machines in the transact network. Outside of the transact with the host machine, there are also dozens of machines between you and gmail that captured the data in traffic logs.
        If you want it had enough and have the authority to compel compliance, you can recover almost anything transacted between 2+ computers. With the 25+ machines involved in a transaction with a major network like google, the data is always recoverable as long as they are willing to comply and likely recoverable if they are not willing to help, even if they actively try to.conceal.

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      • warhorse says:

        LOL do you really think google doesn’t keep a copy of that, after General Petraeus got caught using that trick? I would think the NSA would have been all over that, and google would have gone along with it.

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      • What about on the hard drive or flash memory on the device it is created on? If is being created isn’t there a recoverable image on the device such as cell phone? Apparently they were using burner phones to cover their tracks though. Page apparently kept lretty complete records of things sent to her, her own insurance plan against Strzok and McCabe.

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    • Google can & would if it would help the DemonRats! Hopefully NSA can get them.
      Even if you draft an email and erase what you typed, Google knows!

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      • jbowen82 says:

        Exactly. Every keystroke is recorded. It’s in the cloud at Google.

        BTW, did you know that every photograph that has ever been sent over gmail is archived at Google? They are using them for research purposes to do facial recognition, among other things.

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        • GenEarly says:

          Google=NSA
          All “normal” personal computers and devices not only can have their contents “read”, but data can be implanted in them as well.
          Nothing goes Unseen in the USSA

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        • AH_C says:

          Social media (SM) is the mechanism for improving by orders of magnitude the technology to improve spycraft – facial recog, fingerprinting etc, etc. The state of technology would still be in the stone age, if Govt had to build out the technology in-house.

          Whenever FB comes out with a new tech, there are plenty of dumb f***ers willing to contribute their data to the collective (the latest is iris scanning). Since the CIA via In-Q-Tel is a major stakeholder in social media, who needs warrants and what not to spy on people on behalf of the State, when we ignorantly give it up for free to SM?

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    • scott467 says:

      “I wonder if Google or NSA can recover clean Gmail / drafts?”

      _________________

      At this point, I’m pretty sure Larry the Cable Guy can recover the Gmail drafts…

      Clouseau, for sure.

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    • If it is on your computer screen, then you turn your computing device off, and then you can “open” the same information you had on your screen before, it is recoverable…… IF the machine hosting the data file does not write over the deleted copy.

      The warning banner on the computer I use reads, in part “… You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communications transmitted through or data stored on this information system. At anytime, and for any lawful purpose, the U.S. Government may monitor, intercept, search and seize any communication or data transiting, stored on, or traveling to or from this information system.”

      They can get anything they want, if they want it bad enough.

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    • mikesmitzy says:

      the NSA has EVERY COMMUNICATION in AMERICA…..do you think they would let GOOGLE or TWITTER or FACEBOOK operate without that access??? NOT A CHANCE IN HELL.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I wonder if early in 2017 Horowitz tipped off NSA to save the draft folder for those under suspicion? (Someone here said draft history eas only held for 90 days?)

        Does Federal Govt health care treat TDS?

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  2. Robert Van Brunt says:

    The old draft email routine that did in CIA Director Petraeus!
    This dope was the FBI Chief of Counter Intelligence, don’t they learn anything?
    To paraphrase Buckly fire the FBI and replace them with the frist 100 names in a phone book

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  3. andi lee says:

    Well, looks like Clapper is doing the Mexican Hat Dance for someone.

    Obama is going be sweating here on out – probably, in Iran. no, too obvious; India. Modi. Gentle progressive India.

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  4. bluesky says:

    I believe the information about the gmail accounts and the ‘draft’ correspondence is the small red pill within the released texts. Once people start understanding the deliberate deception & political schemes by FBI/DOJ officers then they will begin to direct questions to those higher up the food chain,,, lets see Obama’s, Lynch’s, Rice, Holder, etc gmail accounts. I wonder how many in Congress have ‘draft’ correspondence with the press and others?

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  5. Piggy says:

    Wittes looking to be heavily involved by end of this…

    Add Qatar to list of countries in our elections.

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  6. ablefox says:

    Sessions os mediating. Mitigating. He must be CRS.

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  7. Rasser says:

    Its nice to see the ‘House Intelligence Committee report on the Russia Investigation’ russian active measure report say the following on page 127:

    The Committee is concerned that current campaign finance reporting Is insufficiently transparent. For example, the DNC and Hillary for America used Perkins Coie, which they billed as “legal services” or “legal and compliance consulting,” to finance opposition research by Fusion GPS, which In turn utilized Christopher Steele, a foreign person, to compile the dossier that he created for use against candidate Trump

    https://t.co/r5RbuI5qkg?amp=1

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  8. andi lee says:

    Speaking of (black) “hats” – you’re next, Mr. Brennen. Get your dance card ready!

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    • albrevin says:

      Brennan has to be the biggest comic caricature villain in history…. the Joker, the Penguin, Lex Luther…… a cutout depiction couldn’t be anymore accurate than John Brennan.

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      • Convert says:

        He is a cartoon caricature– a living, breathing Snidely Whiplash….

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      • Lefty says:

        John Brennan sure seems to think Mueller is coming to the rescue shortly.
        That makes me nervous. I don’t think Mueller is ending his witch hunt without issuing some kind of attempted take down of trump. I’m afraid Mueller is in too deep to ever go away quietly. He’s going to be making a case against trump, no doubt about it. Rosy and Sessions are facilitating this by allowing the raid on Cohen and such. We think Sessions isn’t doing enough to limit Mueller’s over reach while Sessions and Rosy are actually allowing Mueller to expand his tools by now taking over a field office in NY to do his dirty work. Anything he can dig up that doesn’t pertain to Russia, he can now just hand off to his dirty NY field office, while Sessions looks the other way. its disgusting.

        The white hats need to start dropping the hammer on these guys before its too late.

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        • Larry Bucar says:

          John Brennan is a LIAR.. Stop believing LIARS and murderers

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        • gda says:

          The fruit from the poisoned tree is growing ever more deadly as it rots in the mouths and stomachs of these traitors.

          IG Report, please! Stop with the “in a few weeks” nonsense. I thought I heard May 8 some time ago, but no specific date recently.

          Cohen was a last desperate attempt, but that is now tied up at least until the IG Report comes out (assuming it appears in May).

          Dot the damn “i’s’ and cross the damn “t’s” and lets get ready to rumble!

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          • G. Combs says:

            Reminder from our resident IG
            CorwinAmber says:
            December 19, 2017 at 11:06 am
            typically the report itself is NOT for public consumption…it is an internal work product whose creation is a result of a commander’s direction to a member of his special staff. That being said, the commander is free to release the entire report or certain portions as he/she sees fit. The terms “ombudsman” and “inspector general” are not interchangeable in that respect – ultimately all decisions rest upon the shoulders of the commander whose career is often on the line. Not a perfect system by any means, but the boss needs to hear the bad news ASAP without the sensationalism that would accompany a public release…I guess we gotta trust the system, as naive as that statement makes me sound, sigh…and there will be rogues from time to time, but eventually everyone gets caught, though their “punishments” may not always be what we hoped for…I’m just saying that I’ve found individuals to be more forthcoming when their identities are protected and I’ve often been told where to look to find the bodies, so to speak….”

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          • G. Combs says:

            IG Horowitz in his bi-annual report to congress complained about the Obama Director of the FBI stonewalling him.

            Horowitz: “….This is an issue of utmost importance, as evidenced by the fact that 47 Inspectors General signed a letter in August 2014 to the Congress strongly endorsing the principle of unimpaired Inspector General access to agency records……”

            So the LAW GOT CHANGED!!!!

            The Inspector General issues a report to the department head AND to congress twice a year. He is under the general supervision of the head BUT the head CAN NOT INTERFERE with an investigation OR FIRE an Inspector General. ANY CRIMES get reported to AG SESSIONS!

            How ever the OTHER point many are over lloking is in this paragraph.
            “[…]
            Inspector Generals’ Access to Documents and Materials
            While the Inspector General community has been able to generate impressive results, we face significant issues and challenges that affect our independence and ability to conduct effective oversight. For example, timely access to information in our agency’s files remains an important issue and challenge. As I have testified on multiple occasions, in order to conduct effective oversight, an IG must have timely and complete access to documents and materials needed for its audits, reviews, and investigations. This is an issue of utmost importance, as evidenced by the fact that 47 Inspectors General signed a letter in August 2014 to the Congress strongly endorsing the principle of unimpaired Inspector General access to agency records.[…]”

            There is not just ONE P.O.d Inspector General, but FORTY SEVEN! … And they just got freed to do their jobs in January of 2017. 😱

            Talk about unleashing a can of Woop-A$$

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          • josco scott says:

            You know our side always has to be 10000x more careful than theirs. The media & the rest of the Dem ops and bureaucrats will use any flaw to pry a righteous statement against them apart.

            We do have to be so careful. They’re vicious. They’re unstable. They’re violent.

            Thanks, media, for stoking the fire!

            btw, I believe leakees need to be prosecuted. We need to change the law.

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          • WES says:

            Gda: Didn’t Sessions just say the IG’s report would take a few more weeks longer than expected? My concern is it won’t come out until RINO Rep candidates have been selected.

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        • lizzyp says:

          We’ve known all along that The Swamp would not go quietly. They are trading blows leading up to the release of the IG’s report, which is when the real fight will begin. I just don’t see, though, how they can inflict anywhere near the damage the IG’s report is rumored to be bringing.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Concern noted…

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    • Dixie says:

      John Brennan is such a jackass.

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    • MR52 says:

      Soon like Brennan working with Mueller to manufacture fake evidence to me.

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      • bookman says:

        It’s too late for Mueller and his crooked team. As soon as the OIG saw the text messages it was over from the lovebirds and the Trump Project.

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Brennan is in so much trouble! Yay!

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      WAI WAI WAI… can not say that enough…

      ” A highly partisan, incomplete, and deeply flawed report by a broken House Committee means nothing. ”

      As apposed to what ” A highly partisan, incomplete, and deeply flawed FBI/DOJ ” Do I have that right ?
      I assume he is talking about the BS RUSSIA investigation. Right?

      I am not one for violence- but I must say Brennan has a face that is just BEGGING to be punched. Several times. In quick succession. AW. ugh

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      • Me says:

        I’ll take pictures for the scrapbook. And he calls PDJT Mr. Trump. Brennan is a serious assclown!

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          I’ll settle for tar and feathers for (burning) Brennan.

          Sylvia will be along shortly with her swamp-annihilating shovel… 🙂

          [And Brennan: you are a disgrace to the name Brennan! ]

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      Maybe Brennan is not just crabby as he tries to cover for Obama, maybe it was he that hired fallen women to urinate on HIS hotel bed in Russia. Somebody had to dream up that preposterous tale. Not a stretch that someone in the Secret Society actually did it, knew no one could dream up anything more salacious, so he suggested a plot from his own experience. Was it Brennan or Clapper that reportedly made a ‘secret’ trip to Moscow at the time this was concocted? Who knows. Maybe both of them decided to give it a try.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      There he goes (Brennan) making threats again. Laughable! Yah we’re waiting for Mueller to wrap up his investigation. If Trump were so dirty he’d have something by now. In fact they started the stupid Muh Russia investigation way back in JULY 2016! So now we’re actually going on two years. Still nothing. Maybe Mueller is inept? Or maybe there is no there there, as Strzok stated ……

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    • Marcus J. says:

      “A highly partisan, incomplete, and deeply flawed investigation by a broken Special Counsel means nothing. The IG’s work is being carried out by professional investigators—not political staffers. IG’s findings will be comprehensive & authoritative. Stay tuned, Mr. Brennan.”

      Wow, see how easy that was!

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    • TMonroe says:

      That’s PRESIDENT Trump to you, Brennan…

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  9. SteveO says:

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/04/27/house-intel-report-james-clapper-lied-dossier-leaks-cnn/

    this is their (lame ass) defense: “engaged in legitimate discussion of unclassified, non-intelligence information”

    didn’t Comey just say he did NOT give this: …”a two-page synopsis of the report was given”

    lie, spin, lie, spin, repeat

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  10. wolfmoon1776 says:

    VERY interesting fact RE the following from Sundance:

    ♦[May 17th, 2017] Lisa Page mentions reviewing Benjamin Wittes Lawfare website (James Comey BFF and leak conduit) for “arguments to chronicle” on behalf of Special counsel advocacy.

    NOTE: This is interesting because Lawfare Blog also mentions the “Insurance Policy”.

    Lawfare was one of Brennan’s limited number (28) of Twitter follows. His Twitter follows read like a PURE and highly filtered list of anti-Trump conspirators and anti-Trump media. Lawfare was one of the few things that didn’t seem like either a player or corporate media. Now we know it was a player.

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  11. rsmith1776 says:

    I cannot believe the speed and comprehension with which Sundance can read, absorb, analyze and explain complicated threads such as those he comments on above.

    His IQ must be in the clouds.

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  12. VegasGuy says:

    Interesting (to me anyway) that Schiftt hasn’t been heard from in over a month now. I surmise that his :Leak” point person has been caught up in this & is no longer available for reliable info…Same for CNN…notice how their “sources” suddenly dried up about the same time…? Note that CNN’s “superstar scooper” Manu R. hasn’t been prominently broadcasting of late…? I’ll bet that Schiftt & Manu R. had the same conduit & that has suddenly dried up. Funny Dat huh?

    I don’t think Strozk & Page were the main Schift/CNN/Manu R. leakers, although they certainly were the source for many MSM leaks. The Schiftt / Manu R. pipeline was a higher up that has now been compartmentalized. Possibly McCabe or even Comey?

    Certainly one of the select “inner circle group”, but surely someone that is now under strict observation, if not McCabe or Comey. IMO.

    Just my observation.

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    • albrevin says:

      Oh, he popped up with some comment this morning about the House Intel report. Sounded like a broken record…… blah blah blah, partisan, blah, not serious, blah blah blah, real Russian collusion blah……

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    • Stormyeyes says:

      Schiff has been on the TV many times lately. I saw him both on CBNN and on MSNBC shooting off his mouth and still accusing Trump of collusion. I spend a few minutes each day scoping out what the MSM is feeding the low info crowd so that I can understand what we are up against.

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    • Payday says:

      Good observation. One I could never make as I don’t watch them.

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  13. jbrickley says:

    How stupid are these people using government issued smartphones that have all the data and messaging captured and archived by the FBI? I guess they really thought they would get away with it. They still might… Lord, grant me the strength to not be furious if this goes nowhere. I know you have things well in hand and that none will escape The Judgement. But sometimes, Lord, it would be nice to see them pay on earth as an example to others before your son Jesus Christ returns.

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    • 196ski says:

      I would never say stupid. I would say they were over confident to the extreme that Hillary was going to win. They saw their stars rising with her and were blinded by their own ambition.

      Justice cannot come swiftly enough to these criminals.

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    • Shadrach says:

      Well, their actions were condoned/requested by the agency they worked for. So it’s not shocking they didn’t find anything very dangerous in talking about their assigned work on their assigned cell phones.

      What I think is super-interesting is that both of them were busy trying to find new jobs. That doesn’t sound like a conspirator group, and they apparently actually believed what they were doing was “right.” They sound like a couple of suckers.

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  14. Hmmmm, these seem suspiciously tame. Are there still texts being withheld?

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  15. ablefox says:

    The Big Sweep…

    Bet the Ranch

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  16. ablefox says:

    As Spring turns tia Summer…The Skunks will scuttle the scheme. It is over.

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  17. andi lee says:

    I’m in a bloody-mood. An eye for an eye, kind of mood.

    When, if, you have 10 minutes to spare, read this link, explaining another coordinated faction, foreign influence, of the Trump coup – the “Russian Federated Security Services” – that overthrew the Ukraine Gov. -Friends of CrowdStrikes’ Alperovich. The Chalupa Sisters. Ukraine’s color-revolution guards.

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  18. gamecock123 says:

    Donald J. Trump

    @realDonaldTrump
    Just Out: House Intelligence Committee Report released. “No evidence” that the Trump Campaign “colluded, coordinated or conspired with Russia.” Clinton Campaign paid for Opposition Research obtained from Russia- Wow! A total Witch Hunt! MUST END NOW!

    10:14 AM – Apr 27, 2018
    50.1K
    31.4K people are talking about this…
    ^^^ Trump’s lastest tweet. I dont like this dark cloud that Sessions is allowing to hang above Trump’s head…’err the whole country’s head.

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  19. Bob Thoms says:

    I am not a Q devotee….but did dig into his recent MOAB drop prediction………….

    If i read things right:
    Q said MOAB would drop this week.
    PrayingMedic says the MOAB isn’t the FBI texts recently released but the text messages that weren’t released.
    Q drops message about missing FBI text messages revealing possible assassination discussions.
    PrayingMedic says Trump’s UK visit was cancelled because an attempt to assassinate was uncovered.
    What if………?

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      Q claimed a MOAB would hit this week; it didn’t happen.

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      • GH15 says:

        Q also talked about a shared Google document that they used to communicate–and that was referenced in the texts.

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      • Pat Frederick says:

        today’s not over yet…gotta hit late enough in the day to leave the Sunday morning shows scrambling to find their butts…lol

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      • kenji says:

        I’m giving him a few more hours … 😗😒

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      • rhinOC says:

        I don’t think in the context of what’s going a MOAB is defined. One man’s MOAB is another man’ firecracker. I think we’ve had two M’s this week, but there may be an improved bigger more satisfying version coming out. Join the Resistance….BELIEVE! It’s fun and good for you too!

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          I don’t either; that’s why I limited it to what Q and PrayingMedic say are the MOABS. it is clear they think the MOABS are text messages that reference assssination attempts. Those have not been released (that we know of). Therefore, Qs prediction of a MOAB happening this week is wrong (or 2 more days to go).

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          • WES says:

            Bob: Nothing important is ever released on the weekend so this week’s news cycle is finished. I prefer SD over Q’s utterances that mean whatever you want them to mean.

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      • seriously?? I’m sorry I wasted your time with my posts to you.
        So the NK SK historic meeting yesterday is just crumbs to you, a pittance??

        Sorry peace in the Koreas doesn’t rate in your book. I shoulda known better I will next time… p.s. the week isn’t over yet, but yeah there is the NK/SK stuff…just not your kind of MOAB huh?

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          My read is that they weren’t expecting the NoKo thing to be so grand.

          Nearly the latest drop:

          Peace on the Korean Peninsula isn’t big news?
          Should we drop a #MOAB on that?
          Timetables shift.
          [Next Week].
          Q

          Trump calls the shots.

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        No, Q said “MOAB or precursor”?

        So, we got a precursor. You can SEE there is a MOAB coming just based on what is in those texts.

        We haven’t seen everything yet.

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        • Lurker2 says:

          Well let’s hold Q to that then. These sloppy non-specific predictions are laughable. MOAB or precursor? That could be lots of different things. We’re waiting for another IG report, right? House just produced their document. Rosenstein might still be fired. Etc etc. I personally wish the Q talk would stop here because it’s pointless. It never adds to any reasonable rational discussion here, just a bunch of Q devotees speculating on what Q might mean by “MOAB” or “BOOM” or “R”. Meanwhile Sundance publishes specific info complete with sources, and makes specific well-educated guesses on what might happen next. THAT adds to the discussion.

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          • Paintingjan says:

            I totally agree, and find this worth repeating: “I personally wish the Q talk would stop here because it’s pointless. It never adds to any reasonable rational discussion here, just a bunch of Q devotees speculating on what Q might mean by “MOAB” or “BOOM” or “R”. Meanwhile Sundance publishes specific info complete with sources, and makes specific well-educated guesses on what might happen next. THAT adds to the discussion.”

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            • Shadrach says:

              Yup. These Q-posts are making too many people overlook historic wins because they’re too busy waiting on arrests for eating babies, smh. But on the plus side, they’re getting more people involved in politics in general. I remain neutral about it.

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              • Lurker2 says:

                I doubt Q posts are getting any people involved in politics in any meaningful way. You know what would be better for them to read? Sundances articles and all of the underlying sources that Sundance so painstakingly reads and summarizes for us. There’s real learning there. But hey, it’s hard work.

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      • I believe he says it will hit on a weekly basis…………..

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  20. Richard says:

    I would like to see them all in jail

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  21. deqwik2 says:

    This video is about Graham asking Yates & Clapper about unmasking but at 10:03 listen to conversation with Yates about Flynn. He questions her about the 302 & did she have a copy & why did she go to WH before she had a copy.
    Knowing what we know now about F 302 in Strzok text, listen to this again. You can hear the set up loud & clear.

    .

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    • JMC says:

      Good catch, deqwik2! Looks like they fashioned their story after debriefing the agents who questioned Flynn – one of whom was apparently Strzok – and then took it all to the WH to get their story straight. Afterwards the 302 was written up!

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        It is very clear within the texts that they intentionally pursued an interview to frame Flynn and knew how they were going to do it.

        This Peter Strzok is one arrogant and nasty person.

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        • 196ski says:

          These scumbags ruined a mans (Flynn) life for their political ambitions. General Flynn deserved so much more from our government and the American people than the ruin he received. No prison term is retribution enough for the damage they did to this man and our Republic.

          As a citizen I am ashamed of my government and furious for what they have done. Justice cannot come swiftly enough for these people.

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      Minute 9 approx: graham cracker asks were you aware of incidental collection of information of trump campaign , workers etc

      Clapper answers no.

      Of course collection of information due to a FISA warrant is not incidental. It is quite direct and purposeful.

      So you see Clapper answered accurately. Haha

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  22. WES says:

    Perot: I am glad to see that I am not the only one to notice Q promised MOAB and all we got was a dud! LOL! Reminds me of the cartooon scene where Bugs Bunny received his draft notice but couldn’t join the army because Congress hadn’t made any provision for inducting rabbits! So the sargeant put Bugs Bunny in a munitions factory testing artillery shells by hitting the tips with a mallet to see if they were duds!

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  23. Lulu says:

    These two belong in prison for the rest of their lives – but they will walk without any punishment whatsoever.

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  24. Fools Gold says:

    I keep going back to the Trump meeting with Mueller and RR just before SC appointment and wondering WTF was said in that meeting. Some on Twitter these days are beginning to call Mueller a grey hat or a zebra. I have to admit the timing of that meeting puzzles me to death.

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    • RattleheD says:

      People are reading too much into that meeting. It was an interview for the open FBI Director position. Nothing else.

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      • Fools Gold says:

        I’ve interviewed many canidates for a position but never with the presence of an advocate during meeting..

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      • DanO64 says:

        sorry. disagree.

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      • bextwins says:

        How? The law.specifically prohibits more than one term. Obama had to go Congress to get a very limited extension of 2 years. We would have heard TDS as nauseam by the msm.as they pointed out he is too inept to understand a short, plainly worded statute.

        My suspicion is that it was the face off before the fight. Good.competitors like to show the competition that they are not scared and intend to.win. Trump is certainly a good competitor.

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        • RattleheD says:

          “How? The law.specifically prohibits more than one term.”

          And….? Gen. Mattis wasn’t eligible to serve as Sec. Def. because he was active military. Congress changed the rules and could have once again in this case.

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          • Gary says:

            Kongress didn’t actually change a law, it’s been law for quite some time and it pertains to amount of time retired before eligibility. They’ve done it before and I’m confident will do it again in the future if need be..

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          • Shadrach says:

            Yes, and they have the evidence of Hoover to remind them why there are limits. But….it’s a pretty logical step to interview the prior FBI director to get general information about the FBI, or to pick his brain for future FBI director choices. Just because he was interviewed doesn’t mean he was ever considered for the job.

            PDJT interviewed/met with Mitt Romney also, and we still don’t know why he did that. While it’d be nice to imagine Mueller as a white hat, I don’t think we have the evidence to support it.

            For the record, Comey managed to make the FBI even worse than it was under Hoover, and he didn’t need even close to 10 years to accomplish it.

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      • Lefty says:

        That would make sense if he was actually eligible for the FBI director position, but he wasn’t. RR was trying to get him in the door one way or another. If it wasn’t as FBI director, it would be as SC. One way or another, RR was getting him inside. It was reported that the meeting was less than half an hour. That doesn’t seem like enough time to convert Mueller to a white hat and hatch this plan. But it does sound like enough time for Trump to shoot the idea down quickly.

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    • If you are amoral, not necessarily evil, but all you care about is money and influence (or staying out of prison) no matter who comes out on top, then “zebra” is very apt. You play both sides. If the white hats win and you’re guilty of crimes you have an exit strategy. You trade your leverage for a get out of jail free card. Very possible this is what RR and Mueller have done or plan on doing.

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  25. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    I saw Kimberly Strassel on Fox this morning. She had just written a column on this conspiracy and was discussing two salient points regarding what Trump should do ASAP. It seemed obvious that she also does not have much faith in Sessions or the DOJ to do their job. (I’m not a lawyer so I’m paraphrasing a bit here, sorry) The first point was to go before a judge to get a declaratory (?) statement that Mueller cannot investigate the President for “obstruction of justice” for exercising his constitutional privilege of firing his employees at FBI and DOJ. If Mueller does not agree to recognize that fact then cooperation with his team will cease. The second was for Trump to begin de-classifying the information such as texts, warrants.. etc.. so the public would see what was / is actually going on with these conspirators.
    I think that will HAVE to happen soon. The DOJ and FBI are absolutely sitting on this information and if they only protect themselves without regard for the citizens of the country, we then have a two tiered justice system. Not acceptable!

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    • Dutchman says:

      There seems to be a ‘flaw’ in the Constitution, needs to be addressed, but not sure How?
      Freedom of the press ASSUMES that without Govt. interference, all ‘sides’ will be reported, and ‘people’ will sort it out.
      But as we all know, FOX is as biased as the rest, and ‘most people’ are too busy to follow whats going on, or think treepers, etc. are ‘ just conspiracy nuts’.

      Suppose there is a MOAB story, and the msm collectively refuses to report it; THATS what we’re seeing.
      Not sure how to address it?
      Even VSGDJT’s tweets aren’t getting thru.
      Remember when he tweeted about DWS, and the ‘mystery man’?
      NO msm follow up, that I saw, anyway.
      He dropped the bomp, and it just fizzled.
      Maybe with indictments and prosecutions, but they will be spun as politically motivated, and will drag on till public looses interest.
      So, not sure I see end game, where majority of public takes red pill, gets woke to whats really going on?
      Kinda bummed, today.

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      I suspect there is some stuff Trumps does not want out or it would be declassified. That is the only reason I can see that he would not do it.

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    • gda says:

      “….Trump to begin de-classifying the information….”

      Wasn’t that what he was talking about on Fox & Friends?

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    • Stormyeyes says:

      If many in the Repub party were not involved, THEY would have fired Mueller by now. We the taxpayers have to call our employees in DC and tell them to stop wasting our money on Mueller’s folly or we will vote them out. If we all did that, at least the honest ones (is that an oxymoron?) would act on our behalf.

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  26. andi lee says:

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  27. Mattie T says:

    Does it seem to anyone else like they’re not too upset or surprised at Comey’s firing? On May 13 (page 38) they speak of a “profound sense of loss” but are they talking about McCabe here and that he will only be interim director? Maybe Comey really is the out-of-the-loop stooge he claims to be.

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  28. SteveO says:

    Clinton campaign Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri, she and Sullivan took the lead in briefing the press on the Trump-Russia collusion story, starting in July 2016 at the Democratic National Convention

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  29. Another Scott says:

    “♦[April 22nd, 2017] 10:53am another article constructed for intentional leak again discussed. Sheeesh, this crew was constructing leaks like mad. “ I wonder how common the practice of strategic leaks to the press by the FBI is. Would be interesting to know the scope and history of that. There’s probably a whole leak economy that’s developed over the years or decades…

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  30. Paladeous says:

    Nothing will come of Mr. Magoo & Mr. Huber’s investigations. They are part of the swamp. All this nonsense of taking the time to get it right & waiting for the IG report to come out, as if that is going to get the Dem’s onboard, (yeah, right), is just pie in the sky. Huber is a well known inept weak prosecuter & it’s pretty obvious that Sessions is afraid of his own shadow.
    If they really wanted to shake things up & put the swamp folks on notice, they would get the necessary warrants & do some raids against compromised individuals they already have the goods on to instill fear & to intimidate them to roll over.
    If it takes them this long to make a case against someone, then they have to be running out the clock.
    This must be 24 dimensional chess, if there is such a thing.

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    • rhinOC says:

      After the last 18 years, Imtotally understand what you’re saying. Lucy and the football indeed!

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Huber is a well known inept weak prosecuter

      That is really interesting! As close as I have been following this that is the first I have heard that. Do you have a link? I’d like to read it myself. TY.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Mr. Huber….

      “[…] He began his public service in the Weber County Attorney’s Office, and later served as the Chief Prosecutor for West Valley City before joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office. As a prosecutor, Mr. Huber is recognized for his expertise on various subject matters. He has provided training numerous times on a range of topics including domestic violence, national security, and violent crime.

      Prior to confirmation as the United States Attorney, Mr. Huber served in leadership roles within the U.S. Attorney’s Office as the National Security Section chief and the Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney. Mr. Huber personally prosecuted a number of high profile cases that centered on violent crime, domestic and international terrorism, and the rule of law. In addition, Mr. Huber coordinated task forces focused against violent crime and terrorism. This work garnered commendations from the highest levels of the United States Department of Justice over the course of two Presidential administrations. In 2004, Attorney General John Ashcroft recognized Mr. Huber for his work in fighting violent crime, and in 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder honored Mr. Huber for his superior performance as a federal prosecutor.[…]”

      Paladeous, Can YOU do better?

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    • DanO64 says:

      Well how nice.

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  31. hat tip @prayingmedic Kudos on a GREAT Meme!! Keep fighting the good fight Patriot! We got your six!

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  32. Anonymous says:

    Why do we only see texts from Strozk to Page or visa versa? Did they have a pair of phones only for use between them (seems strange). If these are official phones (think they are), shouldn’t there be some incriminating or at least informational texts to other parties?

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  33. andi lee says:

    LOL! So true! 😂

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  34. Newhere says:

    I don’t think Page’s 5/10/17 comment “We need to lock in [BLANK]. In a formal chargeable way. Soon.” is referring to either Trump or Flynn.

    I believe it refers to Papadapolous or Manafort (or possibly Carter Page), based on timeline/context. Comey had just been fired, and we know that on Apr. 28, NSA submitted FISA remedy recommendations (including hemming in scope of 702 foreign target collections). Page and Strozk at this point were likely worried about pinning down legit predicates for the Small Group investigations before it was too late.

    One thing that comes through in these texts, is that Strozk/Page (all of them!) were constantly reacting to immediate news and events. On May 8, Clapper and Yates were questioned on the Flynn events — but more broadly and generally on unmasking. That same week, Rice was in spotlight about unmasking and declined to testify before Congress (“Incidental” surveillance was creeping into the media “bloodstream”). On May 9, Comey fired. That same day, Strozk talks about needing “to open that case we’ve been waiting on” while “Andy is acting.” Then next day Page mentions locking in X in chargeable way.

    Getting the goods on Flynn or Trump weren’t urgent at this point. For one thing, it served their purposes for any Trump investigation to drag out and seem complicated (remember, Strozk never thought there was any “there there”). And going after Flynn was about keeping him from a key position to blow their cover. They only needed him fired, at least for the moment. Having a chargeable case against Flynn wouldn’t provide cover for the campaign spying.

    They only interviewed Papadapolous on Jan. 27 2017 — days after Trump assumed office. I think they only started scurrying on GP once they realized they needed the insurance policy. The pressure also was mounting on Fusion GPS to disclose its client. Don’t have the precise timing — but didn’t the Papadopolous and Manafort indictments roll-out hurriedly, right around the time the truth about the dossier dropped?

    (Also my suspicion is that the push to *indict* Flynn, as opposed to merely push him out, was coming from elsewhere, but shaky and complicated reasoning for that, so perhaps will write it out elsewhere/later . . . )

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    • Newhere says:

      Main point is, they needed to charge a player to retroactively justify the 2016 spying. Unrealistic to lock down Trump that quickly. They hadn’t laid the groundwork for Flynn charges that would justify spying all the way back to mid 2016 (his was a quick and recent trap). So, I think they needed to zero in on one of the campaign lackeys for whom they’d laid the groundwork.

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    • Doesn’t match well with the length of the redaction. “Manafort” is too long. Also Mueller had Manafort’s dealings filed in “a formal and chargeable way” with little effort. What the texts suggest is that this was going to take some doing. Sounds like Flynn to me. POTUS more of a stretch. Perhaps for OoJ. But remember this has been a propaganda fight. They had to work their way up to Trump in the court of public opinion. They weren’t there yet (nor will they ever be), so most likely it is Flynn. But the public may assume the worst (that it’s POTUS). Can’t blame anybody for doing so. Works to Trump’s advantage as well.

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      • Newhere says:

        A lot of the redactions don’t fit — so not a good indicator — but agree Manafort was a bit more complicated, I’m guessing Papadopolous. Rushing an indictment on Flynn wasn’t necessary and wouldn’t get them anything. The reason to squeeze Flynn was to try to get him to flip on Trump. They had time for that. What the those on the frontlines of 2016 spying didn’t know at this point was how long they’d have to fix the investigative trail (ie, how long Andy would be acting). Flynn wasn’t part of that fix. There were two Small Group threads post election, both parts of insurance policy — (1) conjuring up suspected wrongdoing retroactively to justify 2016 spying, and (2) jockeying to keep allies in key posts and enemy white hats out. Flynn was a casualty of #2. He wouldn’t help them on #1. I think the worry about opening cases that were waiting, and locking down others in a “chargeable” way was about #1.

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        • Flynn or POTUS fit the short redaction length. Papadapolous doesn’t

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          • jbowen82 says:

            Carter Page, maybe?

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          • KBR says:

            They could have used abbreviated names anywhere within their texts. “PapaD,” for instance. After all it is a text and Papadapolous is too long and bothersome to spell out in a text. People abbreviate in text messages all the time.

            Why did they not spell out “Director Comey” instead of using just “D” in some texts, but used different terms in others? Why “Jen” instead of “JenB”? They abbreviated when they were sure the other would get the jist of the message and know whom they were talking about.

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    • dawg says:

      “….cover for the campaign spying.”

      Exactly! Thats what “Russia” was all about!

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  35. Garavaglia says:

    Looks like the FBI’s, nay, the entire “intelligence” communities’, primary job description is to construct leaks for the press which further their personal political (financial) agenda. What a fu$#i*g scam.

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      It seems to be one of the main ways in which they control politicians and others–by threatening, and/or releasing, leaked info. We need intel.and investigation agencies but apparently the ones we have have gone rogue. Time to start over from scratch?

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      • Garavaglia says:

        Criminal conviction for sedition, with jail time ( or worse..who knows what these clowns have been up to) could help right the ship IMO.

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  36. C R Lord says:

    I FOUND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE AND IT VERIFIES WHAT I HAVE BEEN SAYING ABOUT JEFF SESSIONS ALL ALONG. I was so blessed to read this that I had to share it somewhere even if it was off the subject matter in an article. I guess it might be indirectly related anyway.

    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/heres-jeff-sessions-might-playing-4-d-chess/

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    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      I’ve seen that a few times at CTH in the last couple of days. The author is “wondering if maybe…” we all are actually. Based on everything I’ve seen so far tho, he wanted to protect his “honor” (such as it is) by recusing himself so he would not have to defend himself against the paragon of virtue that is Al Franken. Sessions obviously worries more about what his chums in the senate think of him then in what this country needs. He is the conflicted officer from BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI who will damage the rule of law beyond repair if it means he will receive praise at his funeral from the likes of McConnell, Ryan, McCain (ooops, never mind) Wray, Rosenstein and so many others. He didn’t mean to betray the President, but he did. He will betray us all for the good graces of the bureaucrats. As always, I am ready to eat crow if he rises to the occasion in the next week or two. Or ten.

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      • G. Combs says:

        The World IS as it IS.

        President Trump is NOT God-Emperor and Jeff Sessions is NOT his Lord High Executioner. (Though sometimes I wish…)

        The fact on the ground is we have to deal with a very well organized and funded Commie take over. Specifically people using Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals

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

        And believe me the traitors in the MSM would make sure a Hiltlery Clone would be installed in 2020 with a democratic majority in the House and Senate. They would also try to make sure Trump was impeached and removed along with AG Sessions.

        THIS IS THE RULE!!!!
        ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️
        GOVERNMENT ETHICS
        “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome. 28 CFR 45.2
        Political relationship means a close identification with an elected official, candidate, political party or campaign organization arising from service as a principal advisor or official; personal relationship means a close and substantial connection of the type normally viewed as likely to induce partiality.[…]”

        ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️ ⚖️

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

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        • Truthfilter says:

          I’m undecided on Sessions. He CHOSE to be AG knowing about the rule you posted above AND knowing that POTUS was the target of the brewing Russia/Collusion question. Sessions knew the rules but I’m not sure DJT knew them. He had every reason to trust Jeff Sessions, though. And so did we.

          But based on the same rule you posted, I don’t see how Sessions can play any role in investigating Hillary Clinton, either. (Imagine how outraged we would be if Jim Comey or Mueller had been a former campaign advisor for Hillary. We would demand his recusal.) Since Sessions is concerned with ethics and integrity and he worked for Trump’s campaign, how can he prosecute ANYONE associated with Clinton’s campaign? How can he appear impartial? He had to have known these rules about recusal. He also knew darn well what we wanted. He attended nearly every rally and heard millions of us chant “Lock her up!” and “Drain the Swamp!” Even so, he CHOSE to be AG.

          These are just my thoughts. I hope and pray that we see justice soon. I think we will at least on some small level. POTUS hasn’t let me down yet.

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          • C R Lord says:

            Sessions brought in the man from outside to deal with Hillary. He doesn’t have to be directly involved.

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            • Perot Conservative says:

              Sessions is directly involved! He appointed John Huber from Utah, who has been at work at least 7-8 months, working in parallel with IG Horowitz.

              I’m assuming he also appointed the PA eho is invedtigating the CF in Arkansas, along with 5 FBI offices.

              The OG report should be extremely telling. 4-5 insiders reportedly have flipped, including Page and Strzok.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        in one of the oversight hearings, Sessions answered a question with a non-answer (if there was an investigation, I couldn’t confirm or deny, etc) that told me there was more to his recusal that what’s on the surface. I believe he was playing a part (bumbling country lawyer) in order to stealth the black hats and the MSM.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        “Sessions obviously worries more about what his chums in the senate think of him then in what this country needs. He is the conflicted officer from BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI who will damage the rule of law beyond repair if it means he will receive praise at his funeral from the likes of McConnell, Ryan, McCain (ooops, never mind) Wray, Rosenstein and so many others”

        With respect this is utter nonsense. For 40 years Sessions has upheld the LAW.

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      • C R Lord says:

        You should order the crow early. It is going to be the order of the day for you. I have faith that the President and Jeff are fooling the talking heads of the DNC and Democrats in general.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      For those who want to rely on faith and want to think that Sessions has things under control, that article might be somewhat reassuring. But I hate that we’re in this position, wondering if everything’s going to work out. His recusal caused major major problems. It would have been so cool if we’d had a fully-functioning AG from day 1. I have no more faith. I’m hoping he quits, frankly. Let someone else take the job.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “….But I hate that we’re in this position….”

        Then start screaming at all the congress critters about MULEHEAD AND ROSENSTINK NOT OBEYING THE ETHICS RULE!!!!

        They and the rest of the Special Counsel lawyers are so darn conflicted they ALL should have their licences to practice law YANKED!!!

        GOVERNMENT ETHICS
        “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome. 28 CFR 45.2
        Political relationship means a close identification with an elected official, candidate, political party or campaign organization arising from service as a principal advisor or official; personal relationship means a close and substantial connection of the type normally viewed as likely to induce partiality.[…]”

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      • C R Lord says:

        Sessions’ recusal was what opened the door for three investigations that are now underway and he started them incognito because he had everyone except for a few people fooled into thinking he was incompetent. It went as planned. You are proof that it worked very well. Do you follow Q at all or know what I am talking about when I say Qanon? That would explain a lot about what you believe.

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  37. JMC says:

    ZeroHedge now has a very good article about the Clapper leak of the dossier news to Tapper and the consequences of it. It also details the times that Clapper said he did not leak to the press and thus lied. It also points out that Clapper now works for CNN, the network to which he leaked the dossier’s existence: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-27/clapper-busted-leaking-dossier-details-cnns-jake-tapper-lying-congress-about-it

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  38. youme says:

    So lets see what we have here:
    Russia has top secret plans to build a nuclear weapon but never told anyone.

    I have the same top secret plans for a nuclear weapon and I “discuss” the plans with the Russians:

    So am I guilty of anything?

    “Clapper later admitted that he had discussed the dossier with CNN’s Jake Tapper after lawmakers confronted him about that specific disclosure, and “admitted that he might have spoken with other journalists about the same topic,” according to the report. But he maintained that the discussion did not constitute a leak because a number of media outlets, including CNN, were already in possession of the dossier when he spoke with Tapper.”

    https://www.nationalreview.com/news/james-clapper-steele-dossier-testimony-false/

    Clapper thinks we all are some kind of potted plant and we do not have a brain

    As soon as Clapper made his admission to a felony, he should have been locked up.

    What are they waiting for?

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    • Anonymous says:

      I had a TS SCI classification. Someone else “already having the information” does not mean sharing it again is not disclosure. For one thing it is confirmation. This is basic stuff.

      Clapper is weaselly and belongs nowhere near combat, security or intel. Slimy coward. I would say it to his face. He would do nothing.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I have a friend I grew up with. We trust each other on everything, been through a lot. One has some top level clearance where he goes overseas for months. I asked once and he said he’d like to but he can’t talk about. Ever. So I’m pretty sure your personal idea what is and is not classified or whatever has nothing to do with it.

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    • Dixie says:

      Probably because he is guilty of much more.

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  39. Brant says:

    Sen Warner says no end in sight for Russia probe. Now, unless he is some deep secret white hat, our side needs some sho nuff heavy duty indictments to set them on their heels. Yes, we’ve had some cool info drops, but they will keep going until they get some “up in your face” push back. We have to make them cry uncle and, “ok, we’ll stop if you will stop.”

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      I enjoy like a fine wine the beating Dobbs places on Burr because of his subservient behavior as the leader of that panel. Look forward to more of it as it appears Burr still hasn’t got the memo is the leader of that committee. NC senator rank up there almost as bad as AZ ones.

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      • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

        Warner and Burr are senators. As such, they are honorable members of that most honorable of all institutions. The senate. Sessions will certainly not arouse any anger in his former colleagues as they might not attend his honorable funeral. Sessions will allow them to continue in their honorable quest to weaken the Trump administration. None of them give a damn what you or I or Lou Dobbs says.

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        • snarkybeach says:

          they are both swamp creatures and we all know who is the Alpha in the equation.

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        • Matthew LeBlanc says:

          Reminds of the old saying “not all crooks are politicians but all politicians are crooks”. Swamp gonna swamp for sure. Anyone thinks Sessions 3 decades in the Senate doesn’t affect his judgment needs to let me sell them my bridge I’ve been looking to let go for cheap.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      According to this latest batch of Strzok/Page texts, Warner had told Comey or McCabe (not sure if this was before or after Comey firing) that he wanted a Special Counsel. We know he wanted Trump to be removed from office. It hasn’t happened yet. Warner must be profoundly disappointed. Poor him.

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    • bookman says:

      I believe that Warner knows little of what is going with Mueller and his corrupt team. The Dems desperately hoped that the Muh Russia meme will continue into the Fall, but it won’t The worm has turned. Trump is clean as a whistle. Mueller is looking for a way out, because the only fruit from this so-called investigation leads directly to the Obama administration and ultimately to Barry himself. It is over.

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  40. talker2u says:

    Sundance, can you comment/report on the news about ex-Feinstein staffer Jones’ involvement in the fake dossier?

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  41. rhinOC says:

    I have no idea what anybody involved in this is up to. I can’t tell the good guys from the bad. I don’t know who knows what or what they want out of this nightmare. All I know is my only power is to vote, and that seems inadequate these days, and very unsatisfying. At some point, it’s too late. These guys operate on what to me is an idiotic time scale and love…love…love paper. When someone says get ready for a million pages, who the are they kidding. Are they laughing at us? Are they all in on it? I wish I could stop worrying about the outcome. My problem is I love this country too much…apparently…..

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    • G. Combs says:

      President Trump is a fan of Sun Tzu (Think Art of the Deal)

      “All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.” ~ ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

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  42. fanbeav says:

    Former CIA Director-turned-Twitter troll, John Brennan issued President Trump a warning Friday morning after the House Intel Panel released their much-anticipated Russia report, officially clearing Trump.
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/04/john-brennan-issues-warning-to-potus-about-muellers-investigation-stay-tuned-mr-trump/

    This man needs to be arrested sooner than later!!

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  43. andy says:

    is the ‘john’ in page one mr brennan or conlin? would conlin be a rouge agent? 😉

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  44. Paladeous says:

    Two recent Utah cases under Huber. The Diehl case.& the Koerber case. Huber office bungled both of those.
    Point is you need a bulldog for a prosecutor, not a bungler!

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  45. CopperTop says:

    I’m happy about NK developments but focused closer to home. Page 13 of dump 03-05-2017 ‘Bill is writing this all at his computer now’…Obviously there is something that was easy to find during this time stamp that Bill P wrote. This will be an easy check to see if IG report references this day in their investigation to once and for all help foks here decide if documents were slow walked in a preciser manner or if it’s just nothing burgers to keep the pressure on Mule team to think IG has some real gotchas.

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  46. MaineCoon says:

    I call BS on this document production to the public. This is a PDF, a static document. Nothing can be changed. Fine. This means all cells should have been expanded to include all text in all cells, particularly the column labeled “Text Content”. They produced this Excel document in a view with much missing text.

    This document is not a true and accurate document production of the original document. I would HOPE Congress received a true and accurate copy set, but since many RINOs & D’s want to cover up this crime, they might be fine with not have all the text messages in their entirety. Less exposure. Plus, DoJ/FIBs default line is: ‘You can see the original in the SCIF”.

    I call BS on this document produced to the public. Cover up, imo.

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  47. Newhere says:

    Need to be wary of a sleight-of-hand happening in real time by Comey and Clapper re “leaking,” lying about leaking, and classified vs. confidential information.

    In short — leaking and lying about leaking are the least of C & C’s potential legal troubles, and they both know they can split hairs on those issues til the cows come home (ditto on whether information is “classified” or merely sensitive, or non-public or whatever). Yes, there are actual answers to those questions, and yes they are both in legal hot water over it, but not nearly as much legal jeopardy as what gets papered over when leaking/lying is all anyone talks about.

    It’s *why* they each did the leaking we’re talking about — the memos and the dossier briefing — and in each case what is undeniably clear is that these were deliberate, covert acts intended to frame, delegitimize, and degrade the power of a duly elected sitting President for the purpose of covering up their own conduct — obstruction of justice, conspiracy, defrauding the government of the United States . ..

    Case in point: Clapper’s immediate defense for orchestrating the Trump Dossier briefing is a distraction, a straw man. He leaps forward to say he didn’t “leak” (just like Comey!) because the Dossier was already public. Don’t take the bait. The damning fact for Clapper isn’t the leaking, and it isn’t that he leaked the dossier. For one thing, the “leak” in question was the briefing, not the dossier itself. And the real, obvious implication here is that he deliberately slandered a democratically elected President. Just as Comey did through his duplicity toward Trump (privately assuring him he wasn’t under investigation while publicly insinuating the opposite, then twisting Trump’s private reactions and feeding them into an obstruction narrative via cut-outs).

    None of this is suggestion or innuendo. Comey and Clapper and Brennan DID these things. It’s public record. They’re caught in there own statements and actions. Quibbling about the definition of a leak, or the difference between classified and confidential information, as if those are the *real* issue of consequence here — all just desperate cover for Comey, Clapper and Brennan at this point. (Just like the question of “bias” is the safe topic when it comes to the crimes of investigators . . . ). They’re just trying to ride out the storm. I’m not convinced we know the full extent of the “insurance policy.” The hammer of justice needs to start dropping.

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  48. WES says:

    Stormyeyes: My concern is that none of this information is getting out in time to influence the selection of non-RINO Rep candidates. If RINO Reps get elected in November 2018 then Trump will be hog-tied until 2020! By then nobody will care because nobody got prosecuted!

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