Joe diGenova Discusses Rod Rosenstein….

While I believe the remarks by Rod Rosenstein are being ridiculously taken out of context by dismissing the originating question, there is a solid argument to be made that enough is just simply enough with this *redaction* nonsense.

It is clear, the political left are determined to use Lawfare tactics to impeach President Trump and destroy anyone/everyone around him.  Accepting this, and knowing the Lawfare scheme can only succeed in an environment of rumor, innuendo and false witness, the fastest way to destroy the narrative is full transparency.

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495 Responses to Joe diGenova Discusses Rod Rosenstein….

  1. John Doe says:

    Rudy G is absolutely crucifying ALL of them on Hannity. ALL of them.

    Liked by 17 people

    • Firefly says:

      Rudy G was fabulous – just layed it out straight forward with detail. Snake Rosenstein basically wanted Mueller – suggested PTrump pick him for FBI then forced SC when PTrump refused Muellef for FBI Director. All the FBI run to Mueller like he’s their big brother protector.

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      • geoffb5 says:

        Mueller could not have been appointed FBI director, again, without an act of Congress, any more than Obama, GWB, or Bill Clinton could be President again. He’s not eligible for that position and they (DJT, RR, RM) all knew it.

        There’s an act of Kabuki being played out that is almost to its climax where all the masks fall. Fooling the real bad guys requires fooling many good ones too.

        Want to know about Rosenstein? Try this thread.

        https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/991773717037494283.html

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        • Convert says:

          This. ☝️☝️

          Liked by 2 people

        • JMP says:

          Did you realize this post is sandwiched in between 2 about Michael Caputo. They sort of don’t agree with what you are saying.

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        • Exfiltration of Wealth says:

          Thank you, geoffb…..I NEEDED THAT….

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        • maggie0987 says:

          geoffb5 – I just watched the full CSpan May 1 interview on YouTube and then read the threadreaderapp –
          he struck me as a straightshooter. I agree wth you re Kabuki etc – .
          Must say that the Never Trump atmosphere in the room (mainly Press) was Odious!

          I actually feel better about things than I did after watching Tucker Carlson – RR explained about the ‘oversight’ which congress has nowadays and past interpretations etc.
          We should all keep our powder dry?

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        • Marica says:

          are you geofl from awhile back? Hope so ..miss her.. but welcome if you are new…

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        • Re “kabuki … fooling the real bad guys”. Too clever by half.

          If a blogger knows, they know. Nobody is being fooled.

          Mueller really IS a bad guy. He is securely ensconced in a fortified Special Counsel Investigation still trying his best to destroy Trump. Destroy him POLITICALLY, not legally (there isn’t any grounds for it; that much has been clear for over a year).

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          • Just overheard two Democrat co-workers talking in the next office. They’re all atwitter about how Rudy just confirmed, Cohen paid Stormy Daniels on behalf of Trump.

            Pussies and porn stars. Keeping the lowbrow part of the electorate titillated is what the Mueller and his willing accomplices in the media are all about.

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            • Lindenlee says:

              It is really amazing how degraded our society has become. It used to be, when I waa growing up, that people who obsessed about such things were c9nsidered low class, and only good for trailer trash. Now we have become a “trailer trash society”, rejoicing over the destruction of good people, indifferent to all but our own appetites, gossip, etc. Such people cannot sustain a free society.

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              • If you have not seen it, watch the movie “Idiocracy”. It’s a comedy, no politics. It depicts a future where the human race is fully degraded into complete idiocy, the long term result of stupid, low class people breeding like rabbits while educated citizens chose to forgo having children to focus on their “career”.

                Now here’s the really funny part: During the election, the Left and Democrats bemoaned that Trump was being elected by the “idiocracy”, but if you look at “The Resistance” they are far closer to what Mike Judge envisioned in his future dystopia.

                Stupid people don’t know they’re stupid.

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      • Jake says:

        Yep. Too bad Hannity has to talk over his answers just when he’s starting to say something important. Why the hell can’t Hannity see how he does this? Doesn’t anyone at Fox give the hosts feedback? Like don’t ask a question and then keep talking while they’re trying to answer.

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        • 1popefrancis says:

          You are annoyed at Hannity…gee what a nice problem to have. Have you ever considered for even a moment the amazing amount of time and effort Hannity has given to the Conservative cause. He has done more in 3 shows than most of us have done in a life time and he has hundreds of shows on radio and T.V. – you spitballs should be aimed at real enemies…maybe Madcow or Don Lime or Anderson Pooper – but Hannity…that is hallowed ground. Now go to the interwebs and go old school to Hannity and Colmes…

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          • Exfiltration of Wealth says:

            Hannity….like Rush and Levin et. al. are simply controlled opposition, the opposite side of the Uniparty coin….sorry you’ve been duped into believing otherwise…..you probably still think there’s a difference between Rs & Ds…but don’t worry Catholic man, I used to think that too….but I woke up…hopefully you will too

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            • George says:

              I remember when Rush went all out for NAFTA, GATT and the WTO. He does not seem to want to discuss that anymore.

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              • GB Bari says:

                If you listen to him every day he is on then you would know he has admitted on several occasions that support was not his best moment, and that he was sold a bill of goods by those he trusted. Why do you think he turned during the campaign and given full throated support to the President (without actually saying the exact words that he “endorsed” DJT) and repeatedly condemned the Republicans in Congress (excluding a few by name) as being part of the Establishment, the Swamp, as being on par with the entire Political Class all just interested in protecting their cushy lifestyles?

                Rush knows the score. He may have been later than the few who were early to recognize the existence and nefarious mission of the Uniparty, but he’s fully “woke” now and analyzing events from that lens/ perspective.

                Republicans and so-called “Conservatives” used him and abused his trust for several years. But he caught on.

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          • Lindenlee says:

            I don’t like that Hannity and Sara Carter have taken credit for the exposure of the FISA court abuse and the Nunes memo. SD had that research out 6 weeks before H. brought it to the air, and unlike Lou Dobbs, who gives credit where it is due, Hannity and Carter took credit as if it was THEIR discovery, and THEIR “investigative journalism”. I just thought that was despicable and petty.

            It is to SD’s credit that he doesn’t care who gets the credit, as long as the truth gets out. But stil….

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    • mollyp1776 says:

      Awaiting on what will be @sundance’s rebuttal/reaction to Rudy’s interview.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      I would rather see results from behind the scenes action than strong words on tv.

      Shut this thing down!

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    • billrla says:

      Justin: Hannity is a TV show, not a court of law.

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  2. Sporty says:

    I do not believe Trump sits down with Mueller. This Volcano is about to blow. That’s why Rudy is spelling it all out on Hannity tonight.

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  3. Pam says:

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    • Minnie says:

      😂😂

      Keeping it real, Rudy!

      Liked by 11 people

    • V says:

      Very NOT impressed with Giuliani on Hannity.

      What’s with the making of the big eyes.
      What’s with discussing the President’s legal strategy on television.
      What’s with the appeasing tone and laudatory report of Mueller’s character.
      HAVE YOU NOT READ of Mueller’s history of wrongdoing?!!!
      What’s with saying Trump “funnelled” money through Cohen!!!
      That’s what Hillary did with FusionGPS via Perkins Coie.

      Were you infected by proximity to Hillary?
      To your ex-wife?
      By your cancer drugs?
      Why so soulless, so devoid of passion?
      Why did his words sound so empty?

      The only value I see in having Giuliani appear on Trump’s team is his knowledge of the contents of the Weiner emails, the crimes, the atrocities.

      Other than that, I would keep him at a distance, not share legal strategy with him.
      Otherwise, use him as agent of disinfo to the enemy.

      ___________

      The Tucker Show interview of Joe DiGenova just preceding this was VERY GOOD.

      ______________
      After the break – Hannity is calling RG on the Cohen thing. Giuliani backtracking.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        Has the legal team forgotten the pre law 101 adage “the best defense is a strong offense”??

        They need to take a ‘strong offense’ posture and stop acting as though POTUS is a defendant!

        He committed no crime!

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      • Christine says:

        I must admit, I was surprised Rudy admitted President Trump repaid Michael Cohen!

        I held my nose and flicked over to CNN. Within 2 minutes of Rudy admitting this on Hannity, Anderson Cooper was breathlessly reporting this “scandal”.

        Rudy MUST have known CNN/MSM would run with this. Was Rudy careless, or is it part of a broader strategy? Rudy’s a skilled operator, so I’m erring on the side it was a deliberate admission, to ultimately benefit POTUS.

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        • RG. Getard says:

          I think Rudy was clearing the deck and pinching the speculation that Cohen was some big time fixer. Paying hush money is not a crime if it is documented, and anyone clutching their pearls about Trump’s womanizing better take a breath, their are bigger things at stake here.

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        • mollyp1776 says:

          May make them (lying, FakeNews media) admit/report (I know….praying for a miracle!) that NO CAMPAIGN FUNDS WERE USED to do anything with this woe-man!!

          IOW….a YUGE NOTHING 🍔, Anderson.

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        • dawg says:

          I was too, but they revisited it later. Cohen paid her, Trump was paying him a retainer all the while, so he was eventually “paid back”. So it wasnt an illegal campaign finance thing. Nothing that Gules said contradicts anything we thought.

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          • Just Steve says:

            Mark Levin had the former head of the Federal Election Commission on his show a couple weeks. He had written an op ed in the WSJ detailing how even if Cohen paid the $130,000 it couldn’t in any way be a campaign contribution in kind. To be such, the expense paid must be an expense that exists only because of the campaign (posters, radio ads, yard signs, campaign salaries, etc).

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        • davidb says:

          Cohen paid stormy with his own money, then reimbursed himself with the money Trump paid to him as a retainer fee for his future work and expences.

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        • geoffb5 says:

          He repaid expenses but wasn’t told what exactly they were.

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      • AMillionDChess. says:

        Cringe .

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      • This is all just Kabuki theater a RUSE to keep the traitors thinking they are in control, and that Trump is on the ropes… Trump, Rosenstein, Session, Mueller, Wray, Boente, and believe it or not I am beginning to believe Comey was in on it all as well… if Comey is NOT in on the double double then based upon his answers to the interviewers in the past 2 weeks Comey is literally the least qualified person ever to run a podunk police department much less the FBI. His lack of probing and the apparent lack of desire to determine where the dossier information originated from is troubling to say the least… given he runs an investigative agency which is purported to be the best in the world… however with sloppy investigative work and lack of any vision one wonders what Comey brought if anything to the FBI? .

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      • KeithBB says:

        I echo these concerns. Rudy looked old and confused. Hannity specifically asks him about Hillary money going through Perkins Coie to fund the dossier; Rudy replies that Michael Cohen did not pay Stormy Daniels with campaign funds. If Rudy was supposed to look scholarly and/or sympathetic, he accomplished neither.

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    • While we are here, in our tree-house talking about taking scalps of criminals in government, there was no word from Rudy about charging those criminals…Is it a wrong time talking about it, while our Lion in danger of them charging after him?
      Treepers, I am in desperate need of positivity…Please, lift my spirits about Justice in our country.

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    • Convert says:

      ♥️this. Love it.

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  4. Sporty says:

    Rudy is laying it all out tonight. The Volcano is about to blow.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Caius Lowell says:

    I was hoping the Mueller travesty wouldn’t turn out like this, but the left is too horrible, dishonest, and corrupt for it to turn out any other way…

    Liked by 2 people

  6. scott467 says:

    “It is clear, the political left are determined to use Lawfare tactics to impeach President Trump and destroy anyone/everyone around him.”

    ____________________

    When members of the ‘Sovereign Citizens’ (I realize there is an inherent contradiction in terms) and similar groups use Common Law remedies to enforce their Rights, they are often labeled as ‘paper terrorists’.

    But when the government and government-related groups use statute and code ‘legalities’ to do it to Americans, it’s called “Lawfare” and it’s perfectly fine.

    Double standard number 9,527,487,571

    Send in U.S. Marshals or the U.S. military and you arrest the bad guys, and ship them to Gitmo. Hopefully some dirtbag from Southern Poverty Lie Center will make a ruckus about it, so you can put him on the plane with everybody else to Gitmo.

    And you keep doing this, to everybody who thinks they can hold up our nation’s business, until nobody says a PEEP about it.

    And you ship them all to Gitmo.

    This is OUR country. There is a WAR against We the People by a TINY minority of subversives who have corrupted EVERYTHING.

    Round them up, and ship them OUT.

    Anybody who doesn’t like it goes WITH them.

    We have the military and the U.S. Marshals.

    They have a loud mouth, and they can talk as LOUD as they want on the C130 flight to Gitmo.

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    • ablefox says:

      The SC have great legal arguments but no venue. They can’t seem to grasp that. They end up filing lame motions from Federal Prison.

      Liked by 2 people

      • scott467 says:

        “The SC have great legal arguments but no venue. They can’t seem to grasp that. They end up filing lame motions from Federal Prison.”

        ________________

        Yes. Because we have NO LAW in this country, besides ADMIRALTY LAW, which is the Law of the SEA, and NOT the Law of the LAND.

        The proper venue for Americans to have their disputes heard is a Common Law Court, which is provided for by the Constitution.

        ……………………….
        Amendment VII

        In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.
        ……………………….

        The government can’t just IGNORE Common Law, it is what our Constitution is BASED on.

        But they do ignore it, and it would take a billionaire to sue and appeal all the way to the Supreme Court in order to RECTIFY it.

        Damn it, we have RIGHTS, and they are VIOLATED AT WILL by the very government created to PROTECT those RIGHTS.

        If there is a remedy besides violence, I’m all ears.

        …………………………………..
        Declaration of Independence:

        “Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.

        But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” — excerpt
        ………………………………….

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    • rayvandune says:

      They qualify for the Traitor Discount… halfway to Gitmo.

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  7. ablefox says:

    Can we declass it all yet?

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  8. SR says:

    It seems Mueller investigation is near over with a report . I think these questions are leaked after President’s team already submitted all the answers. The leak was a important part so Mueller can not lie or make a bad report to DAG. Rudy was very careful in interview.

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  9. Craig D says:

    Wow! Just watched Guiliani on with Hannity – I think it is now obvious (I will make it simple), Sessions and Rosenstein are black hats. No more to be said!

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    • trumpcovfefe says:

      the betrayer of session broke trump heart.

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    • ablefox says:

      Finally after a year. People figure out Sessions is a crook.

      Liked by 5 people

      • dawg says:

        Disagree. He made two errors of judgment in recusal and appointment of Rose but, not a crook.

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        • formerdem says:

          He made a few more errors. Once he saw that the issues he recused himself from were critical to the country’s health, and that those delegated were doing a terrible job, he was responsible to find a solution, chide Rosenstein, rein Mueller in, tell his staff to turn over documents. Or Effing Quit,

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        • billrla says:

          dawg: Both of these “errors in judgement” are completely unacceptable for an AG. Flat out unacceptable. Unless, of course, no errors in judgement were made. We still do not know.

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        • trumpcovfefe says:

          the problem. These are major errors.

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    • V says:

      See mine above at 10:01.

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      • jahealy says:

        I saw yours. I’m honestly too stunned by RG’s performance on Hannity to offer a coherent opinion. It was absolutely not what I was expecting. Rudy is now an official member of PDJT’s legal team, but he’s still talking like he’s on the campaign plane? And the Cohen thing – so unnecessary. Did Hannity and Giuliani imagine they were doing POTUS any favors with this interview? I hope I’ve misread the whole thing. Waiting on Sundance to weigh in.

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        • terry says:

          Revealing PT reimbursed Cohen
          is smart. He took away a news cycle
          from them. You just know the black
          hats were waiting to spring that
          on Trump to embarrass him later on.
          Good to take that away from them.

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        • V says:

          Yes, Jahealy, I couldn’t believe my ears either.
          As Christine reported above at May 2, 2018 at 10:22 pm – CNN jumped on it within 2 minutes! What?! Was this coordinated like Comey briefing PDJT so that MSM could get the hook to report on the Dossier?

          “Did Hannity and Giuliani imagine they were doing POTUS any favors with this interview?”

          Looks to me very much like Giuliani just violated PDJT’s attorney-client privilege. When the full video and transcript of the interview comes out, we can see the exact wording of his backtracking after the break. Hannity called him on his Cohen Trump story and Giuliani tries to get out of it with something about oh, I didn’t know. Well, if you’re going to represent THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, you better know all the facts.

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          • lokiscout says:

            Cohen was on retainer at the time to President Trump. What I heard Rudi say was at the rate of $35,000 per month. What do you think that retainer fee was for? It was to handle personal legal issues for Donald J. Trump. Cohen handled the case for President Trump including the hush money payment (perfectly legal). Cohen then recoupted his costs in continued retainer fees. I doubt the President requests an itemized billing of an attorney he has on continuing retainer. The fact President Trump didn’t know the details is no different than knowing the details about what the mechanic did on his car or airplane the last time it was serviced. Except an attorney also provides the added advantage of possible deniability.

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    • Brian Baker says:

      Rosenstein clearly needs to be gone, he never should have signed one of the corrupt FISA warrants, he had no basis whatsoever for appointing a SC, and he threatens congressional members for daring to exercise their constitutional oversight. Sessions made a fatal mistake when he recused himself thereby creating a two-headed DOJ monster that has allowed the Rosenstein/Mueller head to politically assault POTUS. The fact that we have gotten to this sorry point is on Sessions bad judgment and ongoing reluctance to rectify it in the face of clear evidence that he should. I know there are those who think Sessions is cleaning up the swamp behind the scenes, but I’ll believe it when I see some indictments of corrupt FBI/DOJ/IC officials AND an end put to the bogus Mueller investigation.

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      • marko says:

        couldn’t agree more. Im infuriated everday when Sessions s incapable of doing the job. A total disaster and Trumps worst appointment. This will be ver obvious to the Sessions fans when the IG report comes out without the indictments we have been led to believe are just waiting to go.

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  10. formerdem says:

    OK, I am back to being furious with Sessions, Listen, he has a duty to the rest of us. Hopeful, interesting stories about how he has a great deep plan with POTUS do not explain why is not doing his job, which is to manage the tasks of DOJ and its personnel in an honest way. He gets an F. They are bankrupting innocent people. That gets a Failing grade. How can a man expect to be thought honorable while he stands by for this, all for the sake of himself not being called unethical. Lissen. History is going to call Sessions a frightened cowardly worm, obsessed with his own vanity while the placed burned down. Hoping for praise for being a Very Good Boy, while others were falling o their swords, losing their possessions, straining against despair. No, history is not going to judge Sessions a Very Good Boy.

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    • formerdem says:

      And down with Q while I am at it. I think Q just started off trying to encourage people and now is in over his head having overpromised things he really did not know, such as what a great guy Sessions is. I doubt Sessions is so great. No decent person could stand by for bankruptcies of innocent people. (Let alone electrocutions, as Mueller did. what is wrong with that man.)

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      • ablefox says:

        Q is a mitigator troll.

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Q is just some carnival barker…at the least…at the most…just stirs the pot with nothing but speculation…and innuendo..

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        • ecmarsh says:

          ablefox, this Q reminds me of the Oracles of old.
          He, she, it.. is just setting around babbling non coherent gibberish and the priests needs to translate hesheit gibberish, cause the profane isn’t able to understand it.

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      • AMillionDChess. says:

        Q is a LARP. He/She simply pulls things from Twitter feeds. Trump have said out of his own mouth. Sessions was a mistake, he regret the pick& that if he knew Sessions was going to step aside from the case. He would not have pick him. How much clear can it get? They are all dragging their feet , for Democrats to win back the house then impeach Trump. They then would whip up the mob in a frenzy & have people burning cities, towns etc to force Trump to resign. They then will say see the distraction & mayhem are going to keep happening if you don’t resign Mr. President. To heal the country & heal the divide you have to do the right thing. I see the Democrats& GOP playbook as plain as day. The U.S.A Republic is in danger.

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        • kroesus61 says:

          one major hole in your “theory”……if PDJT wanted the AG gone he would have been history long ago……he REFUSED the Letter of Resignation directly after he tweeted that if he had known of Sessions’ intent to recuse he would have never appointed him AG…….PERFECT time to accept an appointee’s resignation

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          • lokiscout says:

            And we would still be waiting Senate approval of his replacement as Rod Rosenstein ran the DOJ as the “Acting AG”. Sometimes it helps to think one move ahead even in checkers.

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    • ablefox says:

      This is the truth. People are getting destroyed for supporting Trump. Nothing happens to protect them. I do not get it. Never leave anyone behind.

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    • SW Richmond says:

      formerdem,

      Attorney general is a powerful piece on the chessboard, and Sessions took himself off the board early in the game. Inexcuseable. If Sessions were a stronger AG (or merely WAS an actual AG) there’s be less trouble. Sessions is worse than useless, he is in the way.

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    • wolfrom1 says:

      Sorry , I didn’t know it was dump on Sessions day. I will be back tomorrow. In the mean time, please decide which side of the fence you are on. We have all been very patient for action. When important info needed for a trial is at stake, the public does not have a right to know.

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  11. History Teaches says:

    It seems like the IG report may be anti-climactic by the time it arrives. The end game is accelerating from the swamp side, who see a strong offense as the best defense. When the pendulum swings strongly for the President as it did last week, the Lawcraft executioners sharpen their axes and accelerate their war plan

    No way on Earth the President has to defer to the equivalent of a hung jury that is cheered on by a blood thirsty media. Those MSM clips Hannity showed leave no doubt about their ruthless pursuit of this coup.

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    • lokiscout says:

      Spot on, HT! No coincidence that all this is escalating just as President Trump is about to make history with Korea including the very good possibility of a formal peace treaty ending the Korean War.

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  12. AngelOnejudicial says:

    Rosenstein used typical prog/leftist tactics to frame congressional oversight as “attacks” or extortion and not only attacks on him but on ” justice ” itself. He frames constitutionally mandated oversight as a felony crime of extortion. That same Rosenstein who threatened to use his powers to spy on Intel committes cell phones for daring to exercise their constitutional oversite. Rosenstein is no friend or “white hat”.

    Love him or hate him Steve Bannon was right on multiple fronts, POTUS should’ve immediately dealt with the holdovers he should’ve never hired the worthless Cobb who assumed Mueller was playing by the rules and he should’ve immediately exercised his presidential powers to declassify
    Everything. Now we are here, public perception may be swinging in Trumps favor but this investigation is bankrupting good people and having a devastating impact on future outsider interest in politics which I’m sure was exactly the point.

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    • singingsoul says:

      It was Bannon who talked Session out from resigning. Bannon does not know everything and helped that Session is still AG.

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      • AMillionDChess. says:

        No! he did not. Bannon was for Sessions getting the boot . Bannon wanted Sessions replaced with Rudy & for Christie to replace Priebus. Kushner said No! Bannon also advise Rod be gone . For President Trump to clean house get rid off em all. Reality is the President loves to be like. That is his weakness. We all have strengths & weaknesses . I hope Trump goes head to head. Especially , at that Brennan man who puts public threats to the President . How could Brennan be getting away with such behavior? makes me sick.!

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Bring back Bannon and Lewandowski. Time to play hardball. Clear the decks and get on with MAGA. The democRATS and their media attack dogs are going scorched earth so we have to hold the line and fight back. “We must hang together or assuredly we will all hang separately.” Benjamin Franklin.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Steve Bannon was right on multiple fronts”

      Hopefully he will come back. We have not heard too much from him lately. Wasn’t he suppose to be doing some work towards the various Congressional campaigns this autumn?

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    • formerdem says:

      Declassify. Declassify. The country needs to know what happened, more than it needs a pristine jury pool. #declassifyitall

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  13. SR says:

    The problem is all these costal elites and senior govt officials have Hillary’s disease that they are above the law and nothing can happened to them so they donot care what average American thinks. They hang out with own kind of people and take flight from DC to LA over middle America.

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  14. Jon B3keys says:

    It was refreshing to hear Rudy and Hanity speak truth about Jeff Sessions .

    To me, Sessions is a disgrace! President Trump named him AG, and then he recused himself. And what gets me is he did it while PT was in the air, WITHOUT even telling him … This doesn’t strike me as “white hat” 5D Chess … He should have been up front and never taken the job. Even liberal Alan Dershowitz pointed this out ~ So now we’ve got Rosenstein and Mueller and this disastrous out of control partisan investigation, that’s not even looking at Russian Collusion any longer … All the while the real culprits skate … I don’t know how PDJT is holding up. Maybe I’m wrong, but Sessions just doesn’t seem very “white”… He seems weak, and “controlled” … Not “In Control”

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  15. simplewins says:

    That was a great interview by Rudy. Anyone who doesn’t think so, is blind.

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  16. YvonneMarie says:

    I have the feeling that we are going to see the “smoke & mirrors” soon.
    The Deep State is going to lose this battle.
    I have never seen or read of such a calculating, fierce or even wise warrior like President Trump.

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  17. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    I think The President may have decided that this will take an Address to the Nation. Probably more than one. The tweets today were very ominous. It is clear there is no 4D Chess “acting” going on here. Sessions has quite simply made himself irrelevant. He put Rod Rosenstein in charge of the DOJ. He occasionally goes out into the public arena, as he did today, and makes short tortured speeches asking people not to engage in illegal behavior. then he returns to DC, goes to a corner where he sticks his thumb up his a** and puts his brain in neutral. He is not a black hat. His quarter century in DC has destroyed his moral compass. He needs the opportunity to put himself out to pasture before Rosenstein convinces him to hold off on the OIG report until after the mid-term elections ( I’m barely joking here). Trump should also insist that China’s President For Life Xi, arrest and hold McConnells in-laws hostage in a bamboo cage until Mitch resigns and then Xi can forget about tarriffs. (once again, barely joking). President Trump has a lot on his plate. His base is with him. Time to quit dicking around with these traitors.

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  18. mikey says:

    I think the writers of the original 13th Amendment (not the newer one) had it right. BAR all (play on words) attorneys from serving on the payroll of governments.

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  19. L4grasshopper says:

    I keep trying, and failing, to come up with a scenario where Rosenhack is really a White Hat.

    For example: his vociferous stonewalling of Congressional requests for documents.

    Or his ridiculous open ended tasking of Mueller.

    Or his apparent nonchalance attitude towards what and how Mueller is operating.

    Can somewhere provide some evidence that Rosenhack is not a Black Hat?

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  20. Ziiggii says:

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    • terry says:

      People like imperator rex,
      Larry Schweikart and the
      4-D chessers have egg all
      over their faces after the
      Giuliani interview.

      I would love to believe them
      but the evidence that this is
      an attempt to impeach PT
      is now overwhelming.

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    • Payday says:

      This is why this 8D fraud exists. PT is a fallible human being. Some believe him this omnipotent godlike character. Of course he could be “and was” hoodwinked.

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      • terry says:

        Exactly! I remember Roger Stone
        on Alex Jones show in jan and
        feb of 2017 sounding the alarm
        of all these appointments.

        Trump needed a group of seasoned
        advisors who could have watched
        out for him and give him the straight
        up goods on who he can and can’t trust.

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  21. RJ says:

    My wife, a great judge of character, says Sessions is a sneaky little weasel. Enough said.

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  22. Kristin says:

    What I heard from Rudy about our AG Sessions is truly heartbreaking. I still have hopes it isn’t so. Hearing Mr. caputo explaining his situation is heartbreaking and Mr. Sessions is not interfering in the injustice.
    Mr. Sessions is not stopping the injustice done to our duly elected president.
    It truly is heartbreaking and I feel very disheartened tonight.
    Thinking of what our President,his family and his cabinet are going through every day. Every day.
    He and all these people need prayers.

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  23. Brant says:

    On another issue, I had an email address from Sen. Isakson’s office. I sent the following to I guess one of his people.

    Ms. *********,

    I will get to this “privacy” form maybe tomorrow. But I am naturally concerned given the veritable “swamp” that is DC. I really don’t trust anyone there (except Trump). I doubt you will respond to this email, but you (and Isakson) do work for us, not the uniparty/Chamber of Commerce Tom Donahue. Can you tell me why Canada and Mexico are just pass thru countries for China….so stuff from China gets into the US thru NAFTA by way of Canada and Mexico?

    You tell the good Senator to start being a more supporter of Trump. The Mueller et all coup attempt is getting tiresome. Which side is the Senator on? And don’t say he is on the side of the law. The law was trashed when Mueller was put where he is. What does the Senator think of Rosenstein? What does the Senator think of Sessions? Does the Senator know why Sessions will not lift a finger on all the POTUS 44 and HRC shenanigans? Don’t give that recusal BS.

    What does the Senator think of Peter Strozk, Lisa Page, Bruce and Nellie Ohr (by the way, why did she get a ham radio license in late 2016), Andy McCabe (and his wife….and where did she get all that money and how does he afford that million dollar mansion), Bill Priestap, Jim Comey (and Comey’s BFF, Richman), FBI counsel James Baker being Comey’s attorney, Ms. Jacoby, etc? Will the Senator back Huber and Horowitz if they come up with some interesting findings? Will the Senator support representatives when they request unredacted stuff from DOJ…..like they just did?

    What does the Senator think of Rosenstein’s latest bit that the DOJ will not be pressured? Does the Senator find that the slightest concerning that Rosenstein thinks he is above inquiry of Congress?

    What does the Senator think of the “insurance policy” that Strozk and Page discussed in “Andy’s office”? Is the Senator going to do anything or is he waiting to see what November holds?

    Perhaps the Senator would like to learn a few things……. The Last Refuge Tell the Senator to stop watching CNN, MSNBS, CNBS, etc.

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  24. Donna in Oregon says:

    Rudy = RICO cases.

    The statute of limitations has past on most of the Clinton/Obama admin felonies and so RICO is necessary. The time constraints, huge complexity and composition of the criminal participants/ acts are enormous. RICO gives 3 times the $$$ amount of the financial crime so the USA will benefit greatly from punishing the Swamp.

    The Treasury Secretary and the Commerce Secretary know all the tricks of hiding money by the rich politicians and their rat-faced contributors.

    Forgotten Americans need reparations and recompense. Easy, fast and dirty, don’t even kiss them first….take all their Swamp money.

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  25. Only way Muller can stop this ongoing crime is to get s protection deal from Trump . Rudy and Trump can not sign on for in going long protection as if and when the commies get in they will put a law dog on him and or Clintion’s Soros will make a hit on him!

    Trump will have to fund Mullers new life.

    Then Rudy gets Atty Gen and cleans the swamp and gets Soros gone for good along with his money and family!

    So cut a deal like a mafia rat getting a new I D!

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  26. ivehadit says:

    I would like to ask this:
    If you as president and AG of the U.S. were wanting to avoid charges of partisanship and “tit for tat” accusations in prosecuting and convicting the CFF cabal and all involved with the corruption of 2016, how would you do that?

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  27. Brant says:

    Not trying to be one way or the other with Sessions, but I think he is there until the November election is over. If the election goes well for us, I think he will be removed the next day. If the election goes bad for us, well……………

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  28. jack says:

    We all were able to watch Rudy tonight and he roasted Jeff Sessions and called him out for being unfit for the job of AG.

    Rudy stated it broke Trump’s heart the way Sessions has been doing his job! Rudy has discussed this with Trump, and Rudy is giving us the GUT feeling of how the president feels about Jeff Sessions. Many of us on this site have been very upset with Sessions but many people thought Sessions would work behind the scenes to help Trump. But I never saw that and I don’t see that now. I see Sessions as a Traitor to Trump and THE MOVEMENT. I think Sessions was the insurance policy the FBI was discussing if Trump got elected. Sessions allowed all of this to go on and on.

    I would like to see a few anti-Sessions threads and step back for a few days and see what effect it has in the news and with fox and friends and other places. Let’s unite behind Trump and admit if you trusted Sessions that you were duped, as was the President in picking Sessions as AG. Trump’s biggest mistake was to give the job of AG to Jeff Sessions.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Jack – very well said. Thank you…..

      Liked by 1 person

    • So Sessions was just pretending to help when he recommended Stephen Miller for the job and Sessions was just pretending when he became the first Senator (early on) to endorse Trump and campaign for him so hard.

      Some hindsight there.

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      • jack says:

        Well , I believe Trump probably was supporting Sessions view on illegal immigration and other topics. So both men had issues they both agreed on. Like any friendship, you find common ground. But as with any relationship, it has to be built on trust and honestly. And Sessions was not honest with Trump about his recusal , or give a heads up to Trump about it.

        Why are you failing to listen to and really hear Trump telling us for over a year how he feels about Sessions, or listen to Rudy talk about Sessions, or Joe diGenova talk about Sessions! Be here NOW and listen.

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        • rayvandune says:

          My sense (sadly): Jeff Sessions seized the Trump train as the last express to a Redemption, for what sins we may never know. But they have pulled him back in. A damn shame.

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      • Marica says:

        MAGA–Exactly! There is no way I believe Sessions is a Swamp–a Troll or a Mole…
        But disappointed and saddened at this moment–I am..

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    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      I agree with JACK up to a point. I don’t think Sessions wanted to be the disaster that he is. I think he is burnt to a crisp. Did you see those video clips of him talking about the illegal aliens today? He sounded like an 8 year old child that had rehearsed for the school play.
      These people get addicted to the trappings of power and simply cannot live without the spotlight. look at Hillary and McCain. The walking dead. They could retire to a life of ease and comfort but they insist on staying… relevant ?
      Sessions should be retired as gently and as soon as possible. If anyone thinks that’s cold, well,our country’s survival isn’t a sure bet here. Not by a long shot.

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    • Blaze says:

      Well said and I’m pleased to see the tide turning against Sessions. It needed to happen and lately some pretty heavy hitters (qualified) have been absolutely trouncing Sessions. Rudy G , Joe Di Genova and Alan Dershowiz to name a few.

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    • Raven says:

      Trump’s biggest mistake was to give the job of AG to Jeff Sessions.

      And if Trump had given the AG job to Rudy, he also would have needed to recuse . . for exactly the same reasons.

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    • kroesus61 says:

      I trust PDJT on his AG appointment and you obviously do not……if he wanted Sessions gone he would have BEEN gone…..nothing has stopped PDJT from canning anyone who is not working out for him to this point…..funny how the arrogant think they have a better handle than Trump

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  29. Paco Loco says:

    The headline on Drudge is that Trump paid the $137,000 to Stormy via Cohen as revealed by Rudy on the Hannity interview tonight. The sharks at ABC and CNN are smelling blood in the water.

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  30. chieftain says:

    God bless Donald Trump.
    He is on top of this and gets it.

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  31. Payday says:

    And FOX is joining the loons making this RG interview about hooker Daniels

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    • KeithBB says:

      The bizarre thing was, Rudy was responding to a question Hannity asked about Hillary funding the dossier. And he blurts out the Cohen payment wasn’t from the Trump campaign.. WTF ?

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  32. Chris Four says:

    A “white hat” needs to be found to push the Manafort civil lawsuit to the DCA. The unconstitutional SC rule that allowed Mueller needs to be challenged.

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  33. Sandra-VA says:

    With regard to Rudy and the “President reimbursed Cohen”. What everyone is missing is that President Trump was paying a RETAINER of $35k to Cohen. This was for Cohen to take care of annoyances. This does not mean that President Trump KNEW that Cohen had paid out $130k and KNEW about the NDA. What it means is that Cohen was doing his job and taking care of annoyances on the periphery of Trump world. Rudy says it is a common practice for people like DJT.

    I see no contradiction other than Rudy and Hannity were talking about two different things – hannity was talking about Perkins Coie/HRC Campaign and Rudy was talking about Cohen/Slut.

    Rudy did further clarify the retainer after the commercial break… but even Laura Ingraham conveniently didn’t “hear” that part.

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    • V says:

      “Rudy says it is a common practice for people like DJT.”
      So, he’s speculating.
      Actually, it’s common practice for people like Hillary.

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  34. ivehadit says:

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  35. Octavia says:

    The following may already be known, as I didn’t read all the comments. A letter addressed to AG Jeff Sessions signed by Bob Goodlatte which states that McCabe was told to stand down by Matthew Axelrod on Clinton Foundation Investigation. This is what caused the heated exchange call in the texts. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-02/doj-probe-demanded-after-very-pissed-obama-official-reamed-mccabe-over-clinton The referenced document is included.

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  36. Mike says:

    If Sessions goes his replacement will have to get 60 votes in the Senate. Not one Dem will vote for ANYONE Trump appoints, especially Rudy.

    If Sessions goes then Rosenstein is AG. What I want to know is, if Sessions and Rosenstein go, and no replacement is approved by the Senate, who is next in line to be Acting AG?

    I think it is more important to PROSECUTE the conspiracy, than it is to fire Mueller. Expose the conspiracy and Mueller is exposed.

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  37. NC PATRIOT says:

    SO we are back to Sessions bashing again. See lots of new names tonight. Reading a lot of real or faux angry things being said. P45 knows about Q. Q is real—-a way to wake more people.

    I guess most of you are forgetting the quality, smart, clever warrior we have in our VSG. We are getting lost in the current sandstorm. Peace—this,too,shall pass. Wait and see.

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  38. margarite1 says:

    This is an email I got today from a like minded friend – long but interesting:

    Found this interesting even if only half of the timeline is right,

    For my friends who like “coincidences”, or those who like facts:
    Incest, it’s Incestuous. From 2001 to 2005 there was an ongoing investigation into the Clinton Foundation. A Grand Jury had been empaneled. Governments from around the world had donated to the “Charity”. Yet, from 2001 to 2003 none of those “Donations” to the Clinton Foundation were declared.

    Hmmm ….. now you would think that an honest investigator would be able to figure this out. Guess who took over this investigation in 2002?
    Bet you can’t guess. No other than James “Wassup Homey” Comey.
    Now, that’s interesting, isn’t it?

    Guess who was transferred in to the Internal Revenue Service to run the Tax Exemption Branch of the IRS? Your friend and mine, our favorite person in the whole world if you are a Tea Party Member, Pro-Life or a True the Vote supporter……. ding, ding, ding, ding Lois “Be on The Look Out” (BOLO) Lerner. Now, that’s interesting, isn’t it?

    It gets better, well not really, but I am sure this is all just a series of strange coincidences, right? Guess who ran the Tax Division inside the Department of Injustice from 2001 to 2005? No other than the Assistant Attorney General of the United States, Rod Rosenstein. Now, that’s interesting, isn’t it?

    Guess who was the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during this time-frame??? I know, it’s a miracle, just a coincidence, just an anomaly in statistics and chances, Robert Mueller.

    What do all four casting characters have in common? They all were briefed and/or were front line investigators into the Clinton Foundation Investigation. Now that’s just a coincidence, right?

    Ok, lets chalk the last one up to mere chance. Let’s fast forward to 2009, shall we? James “Wassup Homey” Comey leaves the Justice Department to go and cash-in at Lockheed Martin. Hillary Clinton is running the State Department, on her own personal e-mail server by the way.
    The Uranium One “issue” comes to the attention of the Hildabeast.
    Like all good public servants do, you know looking out for America’s best interest, she decides to support the decision and approve the sale of 20% of US Uranium to no other than, the Russians.

    Now you would think that this is a fairly straight up deal, except it wasn’t, the People got absolutely nothing out of it.
    However, prior to the sales approval, no other than Arkansas Bill goes to Moscow, gets paid 500K for a one hour speech then meets with Vladimir Putin at his home for a few hours. Ok, no big deal right?

    Well, not so fast, the FBI had a mole inside the money laundering and bribery scheme. Guess who was the FBI Director during this time-frame?
    Yep, Robert Mueller. He even delivered a Uranium Sample to Moscow in 2009.
    Guess who was handling that case within the Justice Department out of the US Attorney’s Office in Maryland. No other than, Rod Rosenstein.
    Guess what happened to the informant?

    The Department of Justice placed a GAG order on him and threatened to lock him up if he spoke out about it. Interesting, huh?

    How does 20% of the most strategic asset of the United States of America end up in Russian hands when the FBI has an informant, a mole providing inside information to the FBI on the criminal enterprise?
    Guess what happened soon after the sale was approved?

    ~145 million dollars in “donations” made their way into the Clinton Foundation from entities directly connected to the Uranium One deal.
    Guess who was still at the Internal Revenue Service working the Charitable Division? No other than, Lois “BOLO” Lerner. Interesting, huh?

    Ok, that’s all just another series of coincidences, nothing to see here, right? Let’s fast forward to 2015.

    Due to a series of tragic events in Benghazi and after the 9 “investigations” the House, Senate and at State Department, Trey Gowdy who was running the 10th investigation as Chairman of the Select Committee on Benghazi discovers that the Hildabeast ran the State Department on a unclassified, unauthorized, outlaw personal email server.

    He also discovered that none of those emails had been turned over when she departed her “Public Service” as Secretary of State which was required by law.

    He also discovered that there was Top Secret information contained within her personally archived email. I will spare you the State Departments cover up, the nostrums they floated, the delay tactics that were employed and the outright lies that were spewed forth from the necks of the Kerry State Department, we shall leave it with this……
    they did everything humanly possible to cover for the Hildabeast.

    Now this is amazing, guess who became FBI Director in 2013?
    Guess who secured 17 no bid contracts for his employer (Lockheed Martin) with the State Department and was rewarded with a six million dollar thank you present when he departed his employer. No other than James “Wassup Homey” Comey.

    Amazing how all those no-bids just went right through at State, huh?
    Now he is the FBI Director in charge of the “Clinton Email Investigation” after of course his FBI Investigates the Lois Lerner “Matter” at the Internal Revenue Service and exonerates her.

    Nope couldn’t find any crimes there. Can you guess what happened next?
    In April 2016, James “Wassup Homey” Comey drafts an exoneration letter of Hillary Rodham Clinton, meanwhile the DOJ is handing out immunity deals like candy. They didn’t even convene a Grand Jury. Like a lightning bolt of statistical impossibility, like a miracle from God himself, like the true “Gangsta” Homey is, James steps out into the cameras of an awaiting press conference on July the 8th of 2016, and exonerates the Hildabeast from any wrongdoing. Can you see the pattern?

    I could go on, Rosenstein becomes Asst. Attorney General …..Comey gets fired based upon a letter by Rosenstein…..Comey leaks government information to the press, …..Mueller is assigned to the Russian Investigation sham by Rosenstein to provide cover for decades of malfeasance within the FBI and DOJ and the story continues.

    FISA Abuse ….. political espionage….. pick a crime, any crime, chances are…… this group and a few others did it.
    All the same players.
    All compromised and conflicted.
    All working fervently to NOT go to jail themselves.
    All connected in one way or another to the Clinton’s.
    They are like battery acid, they corrode and corrupt everything they touch. How many lives have these two destroyed? It cannot be numbered. Incest, it’s Incestuous. As of this writing, the Clinton Foundation, in its 20+ years of operation of being the largest International Charity Fraud in the history of mankind, has never been audited by the Internal Revenue Service !!!!!!!!

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    • Farmkid says:

      I wish you left this in its original form from a comment or onBreitbart today without adding all the Chex whiz color such as “Whassup Homey Comey”. This was the first time I’ve read this history and I hope a fellow lurker would confirm.

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  39. albrevin says:

    Well, another opportunity, cover if will, is presented to Jeff Sessions to terminate Rosey. He had it when it was revealed that Rosey signed the FISA. It was revealed when Rosey lied about how he was going to release documents to Congress. Now, we’ve got him throwing out words like ‘extortion’ to a House Oversight Committee demanding to see documents they are entitled to and told they would get.

    Ball is in your court AG. Will you pass it back to Rosey?

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  40. Bobby A says:

    Trumps lawyer advises the DOJ end the Mueller witch hunt right now. There are plenty of grounds they believe and there is nothing to impeach him for then he is presiding over peace in Korea, nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize along with a booming economy. No way they have enough votes to impeach.

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  41. jeans2nd says:

    Tucker re: Rosenstein, 02:16 “Just because God made you all-powerful or something?” lol

    Well, no. Not exactly.
    “These men have taken their idols into their hearts, and set the stumbling block of their iniquity before their faces; should I let myself be inquired of at all by them?” Ezekiel 14:3 NRSV

    Use your powers to declassify, Mr. President, and order immediate all-agency cooperation with Congress. Just do it.

    And doggone it, why does not Congress strengthen the FOIA law? Not like Congress is doing anything anyway.
    As for the Lawfare flunkies, fight fire with fire. Go for it. Please.

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  42. Chris Four says:

    Trump needs to sue Congress over the unconstitutional SC rule. The rule was created by Congress and the DOJ to allow the legislative branch to unconstitutionally usurp power of the executive branch. Only the executive branch has the power to appoint federal officals.

    President Trump’s Survival May Turn On Mr. Mueller’s Unconstitutionality https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/president-trumps-survival-may-turn-on-mr-muellers_us_5980f4dee4b0b35d274c5e67

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    • churchmouse says:

      Thanks for the link. Excellent article.

      The author explains that there is a lot of vagueness surrounding Mueller’s role, which — and this is my conjecture here — might have been on purpose.

      A couple of excerpts follow, for those who haven’t read it. Emphases mine.

      Re who is supervising Mueller and recusals:

      ‘In the rapid dynamic of the appointment of Mr. Mueller, it is not at all clear who, if anyone, is supervising Mr. Mueller. We know it is not the AG, but contrary to unexamined assumption, it may not be the Deputy AG either because the DAG has “anticipated” his own recusal for being a proximate cause of the Comey firing. But this speculation only introduces its own confusions – can recusal be “anticipated”? Isn’t one either recused or not? Indeed, if the Sessions principle is followed, the DAG is already recused. How could he not be when the facts of his participation in decisions under review are not going to change? So again, who is supervising Mr. Mueller? When departmental regulations themselves specified that: “the special counsel shall not be subject to the day to day supervision of any official in the Department.”’

      As to who can dismiss Mueller:

      ‘Putting aside the complicated questions of executive power, Mr. Mueller by the terms of the departmental regulations may be removed for good cause, but not by the President, but only by the “personal action” of the Attorney General. Even a qualified authority to remove another officer is admittedly some evidence that the person subject to removal is subordinate or inferior. Yet, Supreme Court precedent suggests that hypothetical remove ability is not the sum and substance as to whether or not an officer is found to be a principal or inferior officer. Is likely here that the actual practice of Mr. Mueller will need to be examined before he can be definitively categorized as either an inferior or principal officer. That said, the extent to which Congress and other components of the executive department have deferred to Mr. Mueller’s authority without question or serious examination or oversight would suggest that he is a principal officer was not been properly confirmed by the Senate of the United States. An officer who is not been properly appointed has no authority to receive testimony or documents in the name of the United States, and one would think that the president’s lawyers would pursue the bona fides of his appointment prior to any compliance with such demands.’

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  43. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Sure seemed like diGenova basically dared the crooked Special Counsel to subpoena the president. Said it would be unconstitutional and illegal. Would that then would allow the real Attorney General to step in and smack down the Mueller Gang and terminate this fiasco?

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  44. scorpion99man says:

    Rod Rosenstein reminds me of Himmler. The guy looks like Himmler. I know that is an unfair observation, but that is what I am reminded of. And of the “banality of evil”. Like Himmler, I imagine Rosenstein stamping documents that destroy people’s live: and doing it without a care in the world.

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  45. Fools Gold says:

    RR hand picked and ordered the Mule to go after Trump in any method that pleases him to take down Trump beyond any Muh Russia investigation. We’re seeing the evidence of that daily such as the queen of slut news and much more everyday. RR is NOT a goddamn white hat folks. Remember Trillions are at stake and Trump put up the road block and said America First and shouted NO MORE to the cucks who have been running the country for decades.

    I patiently await the OIG report and subsequent “indictments” but I have a “we’ll see” attitude about it for quite some time now. Guess I’m just one of them “the proof is in the pudding” kind of guy.

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