Rudy Giuliani Discusses The Grand Usurpation via Robert Mueller…

You can call it a soft-coup, or you can call it politicization of the DOJ and FBI, but the end result is the same – the intentional effort to manipulate, influence, and ultimately subvert an election for the presidency of the United States.  ~SD

Rudy Giuliani, attorney for President Trump, speaks out about the Mueller investigation.

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336 Responses to Rudy Giuliani Discusses The Grand Usurpation via Robert Mueller…

  1. Johnny Bravo says:

    Innocent bystanders should stand well back and watch the firework spectacular unfolding before our very eyes.

    Spin your way out of this deep state!

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    • Marko says:

      Can you imagine if Judge Jeanine was AG instead of the possum?

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      • Koot Katmando says:

        Anyone but Mr Magoo.

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      • Johnny Bravo says:

        Having read the full transcript of the proceedings, it is clear the judge and Manaforts counsel were on similar wavelengths, Mueller s henchman, not so much.

        Further, reading those 50 pages was better than any Opening Statement by Judge J, it was like sitting there in court watching the slap down in person; it couldn’t happen to a better bunch of pond scum.

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        • Alison says:

          And that shyster lawyer Andrew Weissman had to sit there quietly while his underling Dreeben took the drubbing.

          Who was Judge Ellis talking to when he admonished someone for shaking his head? Dreeben or one of the other prosecuting attys? I was cheering that beatdown.

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          • Johnny Bravo says:

            Alison, I wasn’t certain who, except it wasn’t the Manafort side and yes It was a bad day in court for the prosecuting attorneys, beat down it certainly was👏👍

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        • maga2004 says:

          JB, Trump’s team is giving us a ringside seat to the smackdown; since when have they released a transcript of a court proceeding this quickly????

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          • Johnny Bravo says:

            Morning M2004

            Spot on and it’s brilliant that other players are picking up his cue.

            I believe Judge Ellis is having a little bit of sport. He jested that the prosecutors probably hope that this case outlasts him (the Judge); a great sense of humour and a dig that he’d be a thorn in their side.

            Given the rollercoaster of the past week or two, my emotional state was soothed reading the transcript. I suggest if any poster/reader has the need of a positive fix and has the time, please do indulge yourself, you’ll be glad you did.

            Whilst we have Sundance provides great expertise from the outside the event, the Judge kept on slapping them down. He doesn’t fall for their verbal diarrhoea and tells them as much.

            Pure unalduletated MAGA on steroids x 1000

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          • DanO64 says:

            Almost like the whole thing was planned all along or something. hmmm

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        • Guy says:

          JB – What I found interesting was that the “celebrated” appellate lawyer (Dreeben) who is one of the very few who has argued over 100 cases to the United States Supreme Court, was ill equipped to answer any questions. I’ve looked, but not found, what his record was in the Supremes. As Assistant Solicitor General he should know better to go to any court ill prepared. Perhaps he read of the intransigence of the Special Counsel and tried to play too cute? I remember Justice Department lawyers getting their “manhood” questioned by the U.S. District Judge (Hanen) in the DAPA case. You might remember that they lied and obstructed. Hanen ordered that DOJ lawyers be required to attend ethics CLE. Perhaps Judge Ellis will do the same for the scoundrels that appear before him (even though whose name is on any court filing). The federal Judges in the Western District of Oklahoma would have no compunction requiring the “esteemed” Mr. Mueller to appear before him. Mueller (and most of his legal staff) is a egotistical cadre of lawyers that don’t know much about the pure practice of law. They believe that their “pedigree” from Harvard, or Yale, or Duke, allow them to walk on water. It doesn’t. I’ve said for many years that if my life was in the balance, I’d much prefer a lawyer from Oologah, Oklahoma or Sulphur, Oklahoma, to any Ivy league schools. My personal experience with Justice Department lawyers is that they are mostly ill prepared, and believe that they should be believed becasue of who they represent.

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          • Sunflower Lady says:

            A bit off topic, but my grandmother was from Oologah and my mother is from Sulphur. Great places. And yes, I would prefer a lawyer from that area than an Ivy Leaguer myself.

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          • Johnny Bravo says:

            Guy, thanks for the reply.

            I cannot shed more light on the reason Dreeban was so I’ll prepared.

            As a defendant in a number of hoax civil litigation cases myself, I came to realise that the truth usually wins out. Especially when push comes to shove – a very competent Judge, most definitely has the biggest brain in the court and no amount of obfuscating and linguistic gymnastics a precursor attempts can win out.

            My lawyer is a backwoodsman type, professional, but believe it or not, suffers from a certain type of ADHD. Specifically, where he is hyper-focussed (on the case) and has what seems a photographic memory; quite incredible.

            Contrast with my first lawyers who cost the earth, had a fancy practice and a conveyor belt of cases making me feel I was just another feeding station for their practice!

            I believe in truth, in God and all that is Holy. With good fortune we will both be around long enough to see justice prevail and the wicked get their just desserts and the people, get back their God given liberties.

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      • rioosodog says:

        I have wanted her since day ONE! She has a moral compass and is fearless!

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        • Johnny Bravo says:

          Spectators on the sideline criticise using hindsight and the lack of big game pressure the pros have to deal with. It’s easy to be an armchair pro – JJ is a good case in point.

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        No I can’t imagine that because she is not AG, Jeff Sessions is and your “possum” remark is wrong just like a multitude of other people who bash on him continually. Even the people who were in on this take down who retired have been fired and will face prosecution. But you have you anti-JS googles on which means you mess the mark on the truth of the matter at hand. One can even speculate that you are really not in on the MAGA agenda and/or you have not really taken the time to dig and find out what the truth of the matter is.

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        • Marko says:

          Sessions, outside of the illegal immirgation stuff, has been an embarrassment and disgrace. Instead of running DOJ he has allowed RR to completely take over. He is by the far the worst appointment Trump has made and his lack of involvement in the non recusal part of the Mueller investigation has been very destructive to DJT. I hope he is removed ASAP and Pompeo or Pruitt replaces him.

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          • Johnny Bravo says:

            How do you eat an 🐘 elephant? One bite at a time.

            The elephant is the deep state, Sessions is at the table, breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper. Give the guy a break, he’s enough on his plate.

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            Confiscating funding from corrupt groups, prosecuting many M13 gang members, shutting down child trafficking and pedo sites, defending P45 in cases before the SC like the travel ban etc.appointing Huber and his team of prosecutors ready to deal with the IG report—–

            Yea—other than that Sessions has done nothing /s

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        • Amy Musick says:

          I believe Sessions is a good man; but good men have to step up when needed. I’m am hoping he is waiting to let them hang themselves, and perhaps he knows how they can; but too many variables/behaviors/information by and from other players make this past that point.
          The irritation and injustice the American people feel is palpable. Sessions may feel that we can’t handle knowing about this much corruption, but that is not his call to make. Better the truth than speculation. America has survived worse (much worse) and thrived.

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        • MustangBlues says:

          “”One can even speculate that you are really not in on the MAGA agenda and/or you have not really taken the time to dig and find out what the truth of the matter is.””

          Totally agree! Sessions bashing seems to be a knee jerk response like “whites are racist because they exist” claptrap of those educated beyond their intelligence.

          Judge Jeanine is click bait for the Trumpers, but she is bought and paid for by her contract to stir the pot–and entice the deplorables to stick with foxy news–just check out the dresses the foxy hosts wear and you will see their true message.

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      • frankie says:

        For supplemental reading not covered on the Treehouse, check out “Judges, Not anti-Trump Feds, Upheld the Law this Week” on howtobeyourowndetective.com

        The author outlines the Judge Friedrich slapdown of Mueller in their sorry case against alleged Russian operatives. He covers the Ellis ruling against Mueller in the Manafort case in detail.

        He explains a case of his in which a county prosecutor protected an agent who did similar illegal things, and shacked up with a convicted serial child rapist. And he reminds people of another corrupt prosecutor, former PA AG Kathleen Kane, who is free on appeal after leaking grand jury info illegally and lying about it. Jail time and butch guards and female cons await her.

        He also explains other federal lawbreaking, from the raid on Cohen to Comey’s little buddy Richman, to the recent reveal of DOJ/FBI/McCabe coverup of Hillary’s emails by the FBI in which they compare her favorably to Sandy Berger (who he calls “Brown Shorts”) to Paula Broadwell (who he calls “Can opener nose”).

        He discusses Lisa Page’s bailout, Stormy Daniels’ police sketch (where the fake henchman looks like her ex hubby), and Uranium One.

        He closes with Comey’s incredible “deep ballast” remarks confirming the presence in teh FBI, CIA, and military of people willing to break the law against presidents like Trump, Reagan and JFK. He then shows the Deep State’s complicity in crimes from JFK’s murder to the Vegas shooters.

        Plus a rogues gallery Dick Tracy would be proud of.
        Incredible read. Are you sure he’s not an independent part of the Treehouse?

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  2. wheatietoo says:

    Judge Jeanine’s opening statement was really good too.

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    • starfcker says:

      Judge Jeanine was quite complimentary of Attorney General Sessions. NOT.

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      • Blaze says:

        Sessions deserves everything he gets. He had it coming to him. About time.

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      • helix35 says:

        Don’t you know? Sessions “spinelessness” is just a ruse. Why he’s the wizard of smarts who will magically appear one fine day to smite Trump’s enemies and save the day.

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        • principled says:

          My wishful thinking is that Sessions pulls out the big can of whoop-ass immediately after the witch hunt is officially over…and we know that’s coming.

          So the Jack booted dirty cops will be doubly shamed by being – at a minimum – disgraced by legal slap down then accused of malicious prosecution until it becomes conspiracy to sedition.

          Sumbitches are going down.

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            Shaming is the least of their worries if they are shown to be active participants in the coup.
            And don’t say hang them, it pisses me off. The big fish need to be publicly executed using round nosed projectiles that make a big hole going in and a much bigger one coming out the other side. .303 Enfield would work well, as would 416 Rigby.
            Leave their bodies for carion eaters.

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      • If/since Sessions hasn’t put an end to the RR/SC collaboration then he is rightfully held accountable. His only option to save his reputation and fight for this presidency is to un-recuse and take over. He doesn’t like that option because it will prove he recused with no good cause to begin with. Every enemy of Trump will be screaming partisan politics as the reason for his un-recusal. He hopes RR/SC will self destruct which is a very good possibility it seems. But he’s toast after the dust and radiation clear out.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          Sessions himself was under investigation (cleared in 6 mo) because of a bogus complaint from Al Franken to McCabe about his contact with Kysliac. The Dems deliberately put him in a position where recusal was necessary.

          He would be GONE if P45 wanted him so !

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        • Summer says:

          At best, Sessions is just a coward who prefers to steer clear of controversy. At worst, he is a black hat installed by the Deep State, just like Rosenstein.

          Personally, I think Sessions is about Sessions. I don’t think Sessions ever liked Trump or was truly interested in MAGA. He supported Trump because it gave him a chance to become AG. That was the reward for his endorsement. He would have nothing to lose if Hillary won. Sessions would still be a Senator, his seat secure, his popularity up with us, Trump supporters. That was a political win-win for him.

          The guy is a one-trick pony — illegal immigration. Sessions is not interested in prosecuting Democrats for anything and he could not care less if Trump is impeached as a result of his recusal. He would still get to pose as an AG with President Pence.

          He is a politician. Just observe how his fellow politicians in the Congress vigorously protect him from being fired. His recusal was strategically arranged by the Swamp so the Swamp creature Rosenstein could take over the Department. They let Sessions toy with his pet projects and even cause some minor trouble, knowing that he can’t change the bad immigration laws anyway. Small price to pay for having Trump’s AG neutered in the only area that really matters — the Clinton quest to destroy Donald Trump and his Presidency.

          That said, if anything positive happens after (if?) the IG reports sees the light, this opportunist will be first to bask in the undeserved glory and take credit. Just watch.

          I hate and despise the man for what my President, his family and so many other people had to endure due to his recusal, for the anxiety and infighting his actions created among Trump supporters, and, frankly, for the loss of his formerly safe seat to a Democrat.

          Nothing, absolutely nothing can change my opinion EVER. He is dead as far as I am concerned.

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          • kiskiminetas says:

            Personally you are flat out wrong in respect to your view in respect to Jeff Sessions. Bashing Jeff Sessions seems to be a type of flu that has no cure and you seem to have a severe case of it. I will remember that last sentence you wrote and when the truth comes out I and others will get back to you.

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    • blind no longer says:

      AMEN Judge. Amen amen amen amen amen!!!! End it now.

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    • MM says:

      TY Wheatie for posting this clip for those of us that have no cable…….

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    • distracted2 says:

      Did you catch her statement about Rosenstein asking Trump to be appointed FBI director and Trump turned him down? That was news to me. She said this happened the day before he appointed Mueller.

      So Mueller and Rosenstein both asked to be FBI director?

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Yeah, I wondered if I was hearing that right.

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        • distracted2 says:

          She would only know that if Trump told her. It does make sense though. They were desperate to clean up the Uranium 1 misdeeds.

          So, maybe Rosenstein asks first and is turned down and then Mueller asks and is turned down. Then the next day Rosenstein appoints Mueller.

          This makes Rosenstein a very dirty black hat.

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      • Mueller may have been the cover for Rosenstein’s bid because Rosenstein wasn’t as well known back then. Trump had all the cards and still does, if this new information is correct, they were trying to get an unforced error to keep the soft coup attempt going.

        Rosenstein may have written the recommendation to get rid of Comey to impress him, because Comey was a goner anyway. Comey may have even hatched the plan himself if he got wind through surveillance authority that he was on the outs.

        RR writes the memo and then goes to Trump for the directorship. Trump wisely said no.

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        • distracted2 says:

          I have to check some dates. Be back in a little bit.

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        • distracted2 says:

          Rosenstein had 5 months to determine an outcome. He replaced Sally Yates in January 2017 and was sworn in in June 2017. Comey was fired on May 9, 2017 and Mueller met with Trump on May 16. Mueller was appointed SC the next day.

          I don’t doubt the Judge’s statement that Rosenstein sought the FBI director job – she has more info than most. If he did seek the position, it’s entirely possible he wrote the memo recommending Comey’s firing so that he could seek that position. But Trump said no.

          I just read an opinion piece on The Hill that stated that Rosenstein asked Trump to appoint Mueller FBI director as well. But Trump said no.

          It looks like it was Rosenstein’s intent to control who ran the FBI because he knew about all of the illegal conduct – the FISA abuse, the handling of HC’s email investigation and Uranium 1. Nothing he tried worked so on May 17, 2017, Mueller was appointed to being a special counsel investigation with overly broad parameters.

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        • Agree, Ego maniac Comey desperately wanted to be the “wronged” patriot who stood up to the Trump tyranny believing that the “insurance policy” concocted by the Deep State would knock off Trump. Comey actually believed he was authoring the history books.

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        So RosyPosy is the little boy saying “If you won’t let me play the game how I want then I’ll take my ball home and ruin your game”?

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    • Every Jeff Sessions groupie on this forum need to watch this and hear the truth……

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      • kroesus61 says:

        every SDS sufferer on this forum needs to quit thinking they have a better mind to get out of the minefield than PDJT does…..your REPEATED slamming of the AG shows a lack of faith in PDJT more so than him

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        • Oh stop…..The President has come out innumerable times against Jeff Sessions–strongly. Try this one and there are a ton more:

          “Question: If all of the Russian meddling took place during the Obama Administration, right up to January 20th, why aren’t they the subject of the investigation? Why didn’t Obama do something about the meddling? Why aren’t Dem crimes under investigation? Ask Jeff Sessions!”

          Sessions groupies seem to have completely abandoned support for our President to stand with his enemies…..

          These tweets come from our President, not from me……You either support this man or you do not…..Get off the fence and choose a position.

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          • John says:

            Yes or we can support him by not getting in front of his decision to fire Sessions until HE and not you decide it is time to do so. Your case of random thoughts pieced together while calling the rest of us names does not help you convince me in the slightest.

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            • Not trying to convince you. But I am tired of having to keep silent on here because of this entrenched group of people worshipers who have chosen one of the worst cabinet members in the history of the U.S. as their holy, golden calf.

              President Trump CANNOT fire Sessions. I’m surprised that I even have to explain that.

              He has been told that if he touches the DOJ he will be impeached, and McConnell and his goons have assured him if he fires Sessions he will never have another AG in this term.

              Here’s an idea. If you do not like my posts, please don’t read them and don’t post to me.

              Capiche?

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              • ok4ayl says:

                I think most of us in the forum who are in support of AG Sessions are simply waiting for the OIG report to come out, a complex RICO case takes years to come together, its only been 15 months since POTUS took office, Sessions wasn’t immediately confirmed. In any event, the Swamp is going all out to protect their own, violating Title 1, forging 302z, intimidating witnesses, who knows what else they’re up too…It appears as though the OIG report, Admiral Rogers retiring ( who can now testify ) is all coming together at the right time, it takes lots of ENERGY to be perpetually angry like the left, this is all about strategy, the left is playing HARDBALL with LAWYERS, Trump is gonna beat em at the ballot box, and in the courtroom. All of us know Hillary committed multiple felonies, and had support from Obama, FBI, and DOJ ( small group ) and that its coming out in the open, “Operation BIGLY” is about to unfold, and if Sessions doesn’t do his job I and others will be the 1st within the forum to admit we were WRONG and call for his firing, we have a few weeks before that happens, we’ve waited this long, I can be patient a few more weeks on behalf of MAGA!

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                • Guillermo Maguire says:

                  Agreed. We can support or not support, but the trajectory of this scandal is pretty much set, barring violence or some serious blackmailing (possible…yes).

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                • Karl Kastner says:

                  Where could the “special authority come from? What does it entail? National security? What is the assumption that Mueller and his team are not after Trump, but providing a ruse or looking at Manaforts history and usefulness in the collusion narrative. As they did with Page, Papadopolous, Flynn… Except they didn’t interview the Russian lawyer. Could that have been a white set up to observe Manafort? We are assuming that Manafort has been on Trump side all along and that Mueller and his team have been against Trump all along. Has all of this really played out without Sessions having any involvement? I guess we’ll know in 2 weeks about the special powers or at least the judge will. If you believe Q This is much bigger than just a collusion narrative to discredit and ensnare Trump. This is indeed about National Security. I’m keeping a part of my mind open. Too many unanswered questions.

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                • OK-thanks for your post and for trying to calm things down a bit. Let’s face it, I think we Trump supporters are all worried and on edge after the past year and a half of daily roller coaster rides and never ending assaults by the Swamp Devils. I cannot even imagine how our beloved President maintains his sanity, let alone accomplishes the extraordinary things that he does

                  Personally, I find that my opinion of Sessions changes on a daily basis, depending on what I read. Ultimately there is only one thing that gives me patience and that is my absolute faith in PDJT.

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              • Charlie says:

                The goon himself, McConnell now has a problem with ships purchased from the Chinese while his wife was transportation secretary. How many of McConnell’s goons are leaving??? Paul Ryan, McCain/death bed, Gowdy/spend more time with family et al.
                White hats have the momentum to clear the field. At least as “armchair quarterbacks” we should let the REAL quarterback do his job.

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              • Mr BiG Time says:

                I agree w the Judge and Jerrydon10. Sessions has failed our president. Our president has said so. Period.

                Now we’re chasing down a trail of who paid a whore!

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                • maga2004 says:

                  No “we” there, BIg, that is the Left’s distraction tool which isn’t working on Trump supporters, whose numbers grow every day.

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                • peace says:

                  Obama paid the whore. Porny Stormy and her broke lawyer both work for one of obama’s organizations.

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              • Mr BiG Time says:

                I agree w the Judge and Jerrydon10. Sessions has failed our president. Our president has said so. Period.

                Now we’re chasing down a trail of who paid a whore!

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              • MustangBlues says:

                “””But I am tired of having to keep silent on here because of this entrenched group of people worshipers who have chosen one of the worst cabinet members in the history of the U.S. as their holy, golden calf””

                IF you read the comments on this blog any day of the week regarding any article concerning Trump,
                You will notice no one keeping quiet about their hateful opinions of Sessions; it fact,
                it is a constant refrain that all the too clever people try to out do each other in their level of contempt and mud slinging insults they aim at Sessions;

                Really seems like they are each auditioning for late night porn mouthed talk show hosts, after the current crop die from terminal vitriol..

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          • littleanniesfannie says:

            “Question: If all of the Russian meddling took place during the Obama Administration, right up to January 20th, why aren’t they the subject of the investigation? Why didn’t Obama do something about the meddling? Why aren’t Dem crimes under investigation? “

            This “investigation” has NOTHING to do with Russian meddling. It is 100% about Trump doing the unthinkable and winning the election. Remember, they floated “Logan Act violations” during the transition. Crickets about Obama buying a house in DC to run his underground operation and citizen John Kerry actually violating the Logan Act! If the “insurance policy” fails to provide the coverage the Demos want, then next they will try to portray the most competent and effective President since Reagan as incompetent. Good luck there!
            The one thing the Obama/Clinton cabal proves each and every day is that there is no limit to the illegal and immoral methods to which they will resort. Obviously with Michelle proclaiming herself First Lady for life, we can easily why her husband believes himself to be the permanent Mullah-in-Chief of the USA. HilLIARy felt she was owed the title of president. O was given the Nobel for being the first black president. I never realized that was a category but evidently it is. He, and his family, soaked the taxpayers for 8 years. HilLIARy left the White House with China and other things that weren’t hers to steal. Compare them to Trump who donates his salary back to the government less $1 (since he must constitutionally take a “salary”).
            Just realize that the deep state will not go quietly into the night. They must be exposed and imprisoned. Thank God we have PDJT, probably the only man in the country with the fortitude to withstand the all-out assault on his character for daring to speak truth to power!!

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          • DanO64 says:

            Dam you Rod Rosenstein, dam you. If you had just done your job properly none of this would have happened. Wait, what?

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            Wow Jerrydon,
            Don’t you get that Sessions has the OIG, Huber, and at least one grand jury seated? Sessions has reopened Clinton foundation investigation and they are digging in Little Rock. They are digging back through the Clinton Comey decline to prosecute decision. It’s being done professionally and quietly.

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            • DanO64 says:

              yep

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            • Firefly says:

              Yeah- that’s why just a few weeks before the IG report comes out Hillary has suddenly revved up her foundation. Just like she was out on Air Force One with Obama campaigning to rub everyone’s nose in the Comey exoneration of her.

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            • Actually Sessions had not a thing to do with most of this.

              The IG investigation started before Sessions was even confirmed by the Senate motivated solely by the IG.

              Same with the Clinton Foundation investigation which began out of the Little Rock FBI office in 2015–

              Huber is just another Sessions screw-up…..Congress has told Sessions over and over that the DOJ CANNOT investigate the DOJ without conflicts of interest arising.

              He ignored good advice and now, how is Huber going to investigate his own bosses? How can he investigate for example, Sally Yates, who was his direct boss for years?

              There is going to be so many conflicts of interest in the Huber actions that nothing will stick in front of an honest judge for 5 minutes……

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              • Perot Conservative says:

                But Sessions did bring in Huber, right? You can you get everything?

                He’s outside the swamp, and worked unimpeded and unknown for 7-8 months. Right?

                Some of the mid-level people may cop a plea instead of facing multiple counts and life in prison. Page, Strzok, Uhr?

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                • Yes, Sessions did bring in Huber against all political advice from those in Congress that understood that the DOJ simply cannot investigate the DOJ.

                  How is Huber going to investigate his old boss Sally Yates without any conflicts of interest? What about Rosenstein, Holder, Loretta Lynch and even Obama?

                  This is a cover-up attempt that never stood a chance of success, IMHO–And Sessions is not dumb–He well knows it…….

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                • Perot Conservative says:

                  So what is your answer? Bring in GOP lawyers from private practice as SC to rumble around for 2 years?

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                • It does not have to happen that way, Perot.

                  A SC is very limited if the authority scope given him by the DOJ is also very clear and limited.

                  This was Rosenstein’s screw up. The scope he gave Meuller was so broad that Mueller really doesn’t seem to know even what he is supposed to be investigating…..Of course, most Treepers seem to feel that it was not at all a screw up but quite plotting and nefarious on Rosey’s behalf.

                  Who am I to disagree with this? But I do know this much.

                  If Sessions motives are pure and he has a lick of common sense, he would appoint an independent, experienced prosecutor that knows not one person in the swamp.

                  He would then write a very succinct, very narrow and clear scope of authorization for this prosecutor and then back out and appoint another (well trained) DOJ employee to supervise when necessary.

                  You see, this is what many people seem to forget. When a judge or prosecutor recuses themselves, that crime does not go away as Sessions seems to think. They just back out and appoint someone else to judge or prosecute, and the case goes forward.

                  I cannot think of another thing that Sessions could have done to screw up our DOJ anymore than it is right now.

                  Is he incompetent, crooked, dumb as a box of rocks, onset Alzheimers??

                  I have not a clue…..I report and you decide…..

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                • Perot Conservative says:

                  Jerry, you wrote: “He would then write … a authorization for this **prosecutor** and then back out and appoint another (well trained) DOJ employee to supervise when necessary.”

                  Isn’t that exactly Huber?

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                • I see what you are saying…..OK, if you wanna look at it from that perspective I will have to say, yeah–It could be Huber….

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          • maga2004 says:

            Jerrydon, I absolutely love referencing bible stories to today’s events.

            I would suggest you read II Kings 18 & 19. The King of Assyria had sent his representatives to speak to the King of Judah and inform him they were coming to take him and his people into captivity. The Assyrians mocked God, and vascillated between telling them good and bad things that would happen to the people if they would comply to the Assyrian’s requests and turn their back on God and their King.

            The people chose to have faith in their King and in God and refused to take the bait; God took care of the rest.

            Let me ask you this, which one are you? The doubter or the believer? There are things at work here that we have no clue about.

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            • I am the believer.

              In fact, I think this election has strengthened my faith because it led me back to prayer–Way back in the days of early Diamond and Silk, when all of PTrumps staff could fit in one car–when there were only a few people like Sundance and those of us who used the ammo he fed us to wage a pro-Trump battle on many different fora, all I had was my computers and prayer……

              Thanks for your post, your point is well taken.

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              • maga2004 says:

                Great to hear you believe; keep the faith! I remember telling my circle of friends back in the primaries that Trump was going to win, based on Sundance’s excellent outlines of the uniparties’ plot to have a Bush/Clinton election. Thankfully most believed me and voted Trump.

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                • Perot Conservative says:

                  Did Sundance pick Trump early out of the pack of 12?

                  My brother was a Rubio fan but is now 110% Trump.

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                • maga2004 says:

                  Sundance saw the Clinton/Bush scheme from its inception, and also laid out how Trump could take it all. I used this info to persuade many a doubter in 2016.

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                • Perot Conservative says:

                  Tired of Clinton-Bush. Jeb claimed he was Latino … Trump eviscerated him with “low energy”.

                  Trump has the backbone, energy, stamina, and business know-how others can’t touch. … not perfect … his tweets may come back to bite him… huge staff turnover, nominations log jammed, no Wall… but there is progress.

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                • maga2004 says:

                  Yuuuuge progress!!! My cup is not half full, it is overflowing!!

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            Deflection folks———P45 has to have space between himself and the DOJ when this all comes out in public. He can’t be seen as being too close to Sessions.

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          • kiskiminetas says:

            Well then evidently you truly don’t know how VSGPDJT rolls because if you did your would not have said wha you wrote. It is going to be a happy day whent the truth comes out but most likely not so happy for you. Perhaps you could take time

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        • Foxy says:

          Jeff “Switzerland” Sessions does not and will not figure into this equation at all. He never had the stones for job to begin with. he’s a sad and tired old codger that really needs to pack it in.

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      • Paladeous says:

        JS is trying to walk a tightrope. He seems to have an overwhelming desire to be seen as non-partisan, which is a fools errand. He wants to let everything play out to its conclusion, i.e., the IG report, the committee investigations, even the SC investigation. He does not align with PDJT aggressiveness to fight back against this witch hunt. They have totally opposite personalities.
        He has the power to limit Rosenstein, but appears not interested in doing so. All of this talk about him secretly putting together evidence to put these deep state folks to bed is very suspect. I don’t think you can keep anything secret for that long in DC.
        No, I think there will be much ado about nothing. Just another scandal to add to all the others. Life goes on.

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        • DanO64 says:

          I predict within a month Jeff Sessions will be the hero of the Conservative Treehouse. Just say N.

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          • Dan- if that ever happens I have my large serving of Crow ready.

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            The evidence thus far revealed supports your thinking, DanO64.
            What Sessions is governing is an immensely complicated criminal proceeding where some dangerous game are the targets. He is managing it exceedingly meticulously. Proving the coup must be done in an air tight manner, he is uncovering facts that will cause the left to go into a fit of violent rage when indictments are revealed. This multifaceted investigation is an existential threat to soft and hard Marxist power players. All indications are it is being handled carefully and professionally.

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            • WES says:

              SugarHill: If Sessions is doing his job he has likely put each investigation into one compartment so there are no leaks. If there is a leak then Sessions will know which group leaked. So far Zippo leaks!

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          • Karl Kastner says:

            I concur. And will be considered one of the greatest patriots of all time. Along with Rogers, and white hats who we don’t even know about yet.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          Different personality than VSG— BUT are of similar mindset—–things must go back to the rule of law——–and give your enemies enough rope to hang themselves.

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    • “Four Ways the Crime Lab Can Frame You” at CorbettReport website. Question all FBI testimony and motives, they are a prosecutorial TOOL, with only a vague connection to Truth. FBI, corrupt servant of the deep state since 1924.

      https://WWW.CorbettReport.com/crimelab/

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  3. fleporeblog says:

    Excellent read!

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    • Marica says:

      GO FLEP!! How did last night of total celebration..turn into gloom and doom tonite? My goodness…Such a fickle populace? Such a battered wife syndrome? IDK.. One MORE time…TYTYTY!!!

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Marcia wait till you read my other two posts! We are WINNING and it is absolutely incredible.

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        • kiskiminetas says:

          Flep you are correct my good man as their plan has been chopped away at and it is starting to be taken down piece by piece. The dismantling will go forward to the true Big Ugly and any clean up needed thereafter. These are great times to be alive my friend. We are watching history being made and the best part it will an education lesson not only for those in the USA but every corner of the Earth.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Wow, yes Flep – that was a great thread! Always helps to read the simplified version of events from someone else’s point of view. Thanks!

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    • PGlenn says:

      Good stuff, but . . . I think we tend to undersell, in retrospect, the pre-election side of the “insurance policy.”

      Yes, the Uniparty was sure that Clinton would win and not just because they underestimated Trump as a politician. But partly why they were so confident was because they/Clinton had several pots cooking: the pre-election Muh Russia MSM rumors and innuendos + Access Hollywood + Democrat voter fraud. Altogether it was more than enough to put the election out of reach for Trump. The Muh Russia b.s. was, after all, Clinton campaign oppo research before it became garbage “intelligence.”

      The Clinton campaign and the Uniparty were SHOCKED that Trump poll numbers in September/October 2016 kept bouncing back so rapidly after both the Access Hollywood and the first phase of the Russia whisper campaign. So Trump being unlike any politician they’d ever seen not only scared/annoyed the Uniparty types; it also meant that Trump was impervious to the usual campaign tricks, which made the Uniparty/deep state crooks even angrier and more afraid.

      If the Russia whisper campaign had been effective in October 2016, though, it is quite possible that they would have just rolled it up, never to see any more light of day. Yes, they would have wanted to make an example of Trump, but there was always a risk with pushing the Muh Russia garbage too far . . . Which hopefully they are about to understand all too painfully.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        This is their problem – they can’t really expect to win the next election with negatives on Trump. Seriously, they’re going to try harder?! They can’t. Trump is the most vetted future presidential candidate ever.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Do not underestimate the maliciousness of the Left’s trying to flood more illegal aliens into the country. This, along with the murky illegal voting privileges being handed to illegals in many sanctuary cities and districts, gives them cover for massive ballot fraud, both in the electronic balloting and the early/absentee balloting.

          I’ve seen rumors a month or two back – possibly from Q (?) or maybe from a copycat, that claimed the 11/8/2016 popular vote was actually very lopsided in *favor* of DJT, but was defrauded by Soros-owned machines by swinging 8-10M votes from DJT to HRC. IOW, the popular vote should have been about 73M-55M in favor of DJT.

          Allegedly the DHS/NSA captured the fraud but were sitting on it b/c it would cause riots and chaos if it was revealed (isn’t that always the excuse?) But there has been nothing *anywhere* on reliable public news sites to corroborate those shadowy rumors so until then…it’s just more fake news tossed in to keep the pot boiling.

          (Personally I think early voting should be outlawed. It was deliberately created as another avenue for voting mischief. Show up on election day or shut up. It’s not like they suddenly sprang the date on us so we had no time to plan for it.)

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      • David A says:

        Pglen, I think they would have rolled it up. The initial roll up of the insurance plan was to of course cause Trump to lose the election. To remove an EXISTING POTUS, it is simply not fit for business, even with a stacked deck.

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      • Dennis Leonard says:

        Let me put what you said into fewer words,He was the Teaparty President,the ultimate outsider,he was not a saint,pope,or God.What he was and is ,is our sledge hammer.And God stands with him and the rest of us.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Great 👍 post!

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    • Jake says:

      The next act is the “Justice” phase. We’ve been dancing around it at CTH because we haven’t seen the roadmap in the OIG report. Once Sundance gets his hands on that he will break down the plan for Justice. Like was said earlier a RICO case takes a long time to develop so I can understand that part taking so long. I can’t understand why the OIG hasn’t published a section on the small group so we can get that part in the news and underway. I also believe that the President has planned this strategy and is executing on his time schedule. He’s been pretty good so far so lets be patient. He’s in control and he has all the cards.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      FLEP,
      Great post by Unseen1. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Li'l D in the Big D says:

      “This plan was what they were going to do to him mostly after they defeated him. It was going to make an example out of him. A warning for all others to never attempt this again. A few viewed it as an insurance policy in the highly unlikely chance he won.”

      For this reason alone the hammer must fall heavy on ALL behind the coup.

      May God continue to bless and watch over the Big Guy -the Spirit of America!

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  4. Phil Free says:

    Speaking about Mueller & Co. in front of Judge Ellis, Rudy Said It: “by government misconduct, they have FATALLY tainted this case.”

    BooM. Tell it like it is, Rudy!!

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Rudy was in the zone this evening! This man is another KILLER that says it like it is and doesn’t hold back. I love the fact we are going on the attack!

      Liked by 33 people

      • flepore: Long overdue..it’s time….lay it out!

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      • fleporeblog says:

        I have said it and will continue to say it that the longer they push Stormy, Muh Russia, Mueller, the Democrats, MSM, Left etc. are going to get destroyed. The evidence is starting to percolate even with their own BS polls. I was shocked this evening when I heard Reuters/Ipsos had our President’s approval rating at 49% with registered voters.

        What was hysterical was the way they tried to downplay it with their readers. We are at a point with Americans that the more the push their BS the more Americans are getting onboard the Trump Train 🚂! Treepers don’t get discouraged because they ALL will pay when the bill comes due. For some that means prison, for others their political and professional careers.

        November is going to mortify them!

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        • Marica says:

          Well that IS absolutely AHMAZING! I am certain that 16 years of previous presidents–Bush and O– NEVER had a 57% approval of ANYTHING!! I will probably be called out .. but truly.. thats almost two thirds of America approving of VSGDJT.. I am crying joyful tears now..

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          • kroesus61 says:

            Actually W’s approval topped 80% right after 911

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            • Dennis Leonard says:

              That is because he stood on a pile of rubble with a bullhorn,and than proceeded to pass Patriot Act,get us into a never ending war,and start the gears moving for a new world order.Please who cares.

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            • phoenixRising says:

              should have topped 100% — buildings falling down, what do you expect people to think of the president. But 20% held back. Imagine that… (‘course we know today that he should have been hanged for allowing it to happen)

              Today, POTUS, who is subjected to lies and propaganda from the Deep State MainSlime Media and is under a Democrat Special Investigation for winning the election, has an approval rating (reported by a partisan pollster – they all are) of 57%

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      • Remington..... says:

        Yes…I’ve been missing Rudy. PDJT and Rudy are cut from the same cloth – both NY street fighters.. I only wish he was here sooner. ‘ Could have saved us lot of wear and tear on our bodies.

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  5. 6079 Smith W says:

    The hard part is coming to an end. The next phase will bring JUSTICE. Q+

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  6. albrevin says:

    Maxine Waters let the cat out of the bag in Feb 2013…… nailed it.

    Maxine Waters: “Well you know I don’t know and I think some people are missing something here. The President has put in place an organization that contains a kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life. That’s going to be very very powerful and whoever…and that database will have information about everything on every individual on ways that it’s never been done before and whoever runs for President on the Democratic ticket has to deal with that. They’re going to have to go down with that database and the concerns of those people are because they can’t get around it and he’s been very smart and it’s very powerful what he’s leaving in place.”

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  7. deepdivemaga says:

    Judge Jeanine is fired up tonight. I can’t help but think…

    The stage has been set. This is the beginning of the final battle. This battle is being played out
    through the judicial system of the United States. If the Black Hats are not outed through the OIG report, then this battle will be decided by the courts and the judges. Perhaps even through the Supreme Court.

    The end game of this battle will determine the future of the United States of America. This will determine DACA, the caravan, the midterms, future law enforcement, FUTURE JUSTICE.

    November 8th 2016 was THE defining moment in our country’s history. The people did their duty and voted the VSGPOTUS Donald J Trump into office. Now, the Justice Department, separate from the people, has the opportunity to continue the momentum set forth by the people.

    It all comes down to the efficacy of Jeff Sessions, Michael Horowitz, John Huber, and the rule of law. THIS YEAR will determine this country’s future. I believe in these men. I believe that the rule of law will be restored. Donald Trump gave me hope. The first phase of the OIG report gave me hope. It gave me a reason to believe in this country. I stand with every single one of you.

    Let us pray that JUSTICE WILL PREVAIL.

    #MAGA

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    • Sorry to have to say this, but the courts are the LAST place on earth where you can hope that Justice will prevail. Don’t kid yourself- 99% of the Judges are nothing more than corrupt politicians who were either elected or appointed.

      There is only one person who can save this Country of ours, a man who has the strength of mind, body and spirit to fight like he does, and that is our own duly elected POTUS DJT.

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      • Military Tribunals.

        I think it’s possible that most of us are thinking way too small, or at least within the confines of what we’ve been conditioned to believe about the feral “government” power “over us”…

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      • DanO64 says:

        So I’m going to believe the only Very Stable Genius on planet earth is a genius at everything EXCEPT when he allowed the AG and DAG to box him in. Nope.

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      • maga2004 says:

        Seneca there is only one Person who can save our great country and that is GOD! Trump is only a conduit of God’s judgment; GOD will use this whole corrupt system to bring justice as He sees fit.

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  8. Liz says:

    At this point I want Rosenstein head on a platter. His arrogance before this court case was disgusting. Giuliani needs to replace Sessions let’s wrap this up!

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  9. blind no longer says:

    At this point, I put Rosenstein ahead of all others in the Obama Administration and Crooked Cankles herself, as the #1 corrupt bastard to go to prison. Without Rosenstein, there would be no Special Counsel…he is now #1 on my takedown list.

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    • josco scott says:

      Sally Yates and Preet

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    • w5ovf says:

      “At this point, I put Rosenstein ahead of all others in the Obama Administration and Crooked Cankles herself, as the #1 corrupt bastard to go to prison. Without Rosenstein, there would be no Special Counsel…he is now #1 on my takedown list.”
      Rosenstein is but a faithful bureaucrat that carried out the orders of P45 and AG Sessions to restore lawful order to the US government. How else would you do it? The bureaucracy of FBI, DOJ, and dept of State, may all be destroyed! OTOH all such was so corrupt that none can be repaired, only completely replaced by those that honor oath taken.

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      • Lucille says:

        Well, I wouldn’t lie and break the law to “restore lawful order to the US government”, for one and two. Then I wouldn’t CONTINUE to lie and break the law, for three.

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      • MVW says:

        “Rosenstein is but a faithful bureaucrat that carried out the orders of P45 and AG Sessions to restore lawful order to the US government.”

        Rosenstein is the JACK-IN-OFFICE that thinks he has the authority to make Mueller the GRAND INQUISITOR. In his court, Judge Ellis rightfully rejects Mueller’s claimed Grand Inquisitor authority on the grounds that the Constitution never grants anyone that much authority.

        That is the crux of the Judicial Scandal.

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        • CirclinTheDrain says:

          Isn’t it utterly delicious that some justices (Ellis, Hanen, others…) are so outraged by the DOJ claiming ultimate judicial authority that the 3rd branch of gov is going to help clean house.

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    • deepdivemaga says:

      You underestimate how damning the indictment of Mr. Zero himself would be to the left and their *movement*. If 0bama is charged, the Democratic Party dies.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        That is a hot button topic rarely discussed. Will Obama be tied in, and where?

        HRC email server – 200 emails?

        Unmasking?

        Uranium 1?

        Wasn’t Obama’s orders to disseminate some Trump intell across 17 Federal agencies an uncommon and ultimate act? Legal Conspiracy?

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  10. fleporeblog says:

    Absolutely more evidence that the Forgotten Men and Women aren’t going anywhere! Thankfully 😅 these morons have no choice but to push Stormy, Muh Russia, Mueller etc.

    Americans that love their country and our President will make sure that they pay and pay BIGLY for what they have done and continue to do.

    I will share a few snippets from the article linked above but I encourage each and everyone of you to read it because it is that good.

    From the article linked above:

    America’s political experts got it wrong in 2016 — not because they took too few polls, but because they made the false assumption that American elections are immune to societal change.

    They are, in large part, still getting things wrong, not only by failing to understand a new group of voters who put President Donald Trump in the White House but also by ignoring why they voted the way they did.

    And while the media obsesses over the future demise of the president, they aren’t pausing to consider the strength and durability of the coalition that swept him into office.

    For years, Smith’s politics reflected her community. She was raised a Democrat, her parents were Democrats, her husband was a Democrat, she worked for the Democrats. She even voted for Bernie Sanders in the presidential primary in March 2016.

    And then, suddenly, “I woke up one morning and said ‘I had had enough.’”

    “I am kind of that voter that was hiding in plain sight that no one saw coming. I was right here all along. I’ve seen the job losses here, the rising crime, the mess and heroin problem, society essentially losing hope. Something just gave in within me,” she said.

    To her surprise, her husband echoed her sentiments. They both voted for Trump.

    One group uniquely attracted to Donald Trump, regardless of their politics, was voters that experienced setbacks in life and saw the same kind of vulnerability and recovery in Trump they had experienced themselves.

    For this group, which I’ve named the Rough Rebounders, Trump’s appeal was inextricable from his foibles, be it bankruptcies or family ruptures or tragic mistakes.

    In his underdog status, they found a candidate with whom they identified. Trump’s constant positioning of his candidacy as counter to the Republican party’s desires, and even his unvarnished struggle with factual accuracy on the campaign trail, affirmed him as the candidate of last chances and won him a legion of loyalists among Americans facing their own second, or even last, chance in life.

    “Yes, I’d absolutely vote for Donald Trump again,” Millet, 68, says. “But here again, like Reagan, I’m gonna keep his feet to the fire. Long as he’s trying, as long as he makes sure he has our back, well then he has my support.”

    Julie Bayles did not decide she would vote for Donald Trump until she walked into the voting booth on Nov. 8, 2016.

    The 44-year-old mother of seven took issue with Trump’s coarse language and boorish behavior on the campaign trail and found both incompatible with the commands of her own Christian faith.

    “It was the hardest decision I think I’ve had to make as an adult in any voting process,” Bayles says.

    The alliance between the billionaire and the believers, however transactional, has persisted well into Trump’s presidency.

    “Funny, all of that anxiety, all of that praying,” Bayles says, “and it turns out I like him now much more than I did when I voted for him.”

    A Vietnam War veteran, he became a Democrat as a teenager and found his calling in the unions when he took a job as a custodian in a state mental institution.

    Many working-class voters like Harry, 71, have been portrayed as anxious, frustrated, angry and desperate.

    But my survey revealed a more complicated picture. The archetypal red-blooded, blue-collared Trump voter has worked an hourly-wage or physical-labor job after the age of 21 and experienced a job loss personally or in their immediate family in the last seven years. But a full 84 percent were actually optimistic about their future career path or financial situation, regardless of how they felt about their community’s prospects as a whole.

    This inherent optimism is a key nuance missed by most analysts. It’s a sentiment that perfectly matched Trump’s positive, forward-looking slogan: “Make America Great Again.”

    Maurer, 43, is the married, educated, suburban mom whom experts missed in the 2016 election — and still don’t get today. As a gun owner and strong defender of the Second Amendment, she based her vote entirely on the Supreme Court vacancy and who would fill it.

    Women were the group most likely to bail on Trump after it was revealed — one month before the election — that he had crudely boasted of sexual exploits on the “Access Hollywood” tape.

    Which is why the issue of gun ownership among women was critical. According to my survey, female Rust Belt Trump voters under the age of 45 are the demographic most likely to agree with the idea that every American has a fundamental right to self-defense.

    “One of the things I think Democrats did not understand about women and guns is that empowerment that a gun gives you.”

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    • blind no longer says:

      That’s a great article Flep. Thanks so much for your always positive message. I wish they would poll me. I’d them I like my Presidential candidate to be a street fighting ass kicker! That’s just who I voted for in 2016 and why I love the greatest President of all time President Donald John Trump!

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    • Marica says:

      Well Flep!! You undersell!! (is that a word?) THIS!!! Will Sleep Tonite as I truly believe ..
      “Now is the time for all good patriots to come to the aid of their country”..

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    • Plain Jane says:

      Uplifting article flep. Thanks. I know people who fit the general profile of each of the examples given in the article.

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      • Marica says:

        Jane! that article so embodies America!! loved the quote that (paraphrasing) I like him (POTUS) better now than when I voted for him!

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          I know, right? I have been telling people that for a year now. I truly love our President, and I am happier with him and his performance every day! I am sure that absolutely confounds liberals.

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          • w5ovf says:

            “I am sure that absolutely confounds liberals.”
            Silvia, The East\West liberals are but cattle in this WAR! Confounding Evil, but smart Marxist Global Banksters is still developing!. Please pray; but keep all fingers and toesies crossed!

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    • scott467 says:

      “It was the hardest decision I think I’ve had to make as an adult in any voting process,” Bayles says.

      __________________

      It was the easiest voting decision I ever made.

      Between a guy who was outed for engaging in ‘locker-room talk’ on the one hand, and SATAN’S HELPER on the other, a ‘creature’ who may turn out to be a pedivore, if the Weiner laptop tape is ever released.

      Real tough call… I agonized, I tell ya…

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    • Dekester says:

      Cheers Flep, Your posts today most informative and uplifting.

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  11. Craig D says:

    Boy, are they (the deep state) ever after Trump. Read this on a you tube site (and I kind of thought of it too). Rosenstein recommending the firing of Comey was a set up to get the Special Council called and Rosenstein being the deep state swamp would give Mueller everything possible to get Trump impeached. Comey never did want to work for Trump, and Rosenstein knew that Comey would probably be better protected as a citizen (as opposed to FBI director) or Comey would just cave and give away the deep state secrets. I think Sessions was fooled too, and maybe (hopefully)trying to get back into the game (I very much hope so).

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  12. Tall Texan says:

    I had a somwhat open mind on Rosenstein until the last 72 hours, starting with the extortion comment and then moving into Judge Ellis’ courtroom. There is no white hat or grey hat Rosie scenario anymore….

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  13. MVW says:

    I strongly suspect Trump is so busy with NKorea, China, Japan, France Germany, healthcare, 2018 elections, on and on… that he just does not have time to adequately deal with the three Jacks-in-Office, Jeff, Rob, & Bob and their lawyer games.

    I think Rudy is a great Trump supporter, do not get me wrong…but there seems to be something off, his eyes do weird exaggerated bug eyed things, he looks like he just ate peanut butter and hasn’t finished, and he seems hyped up on something. Maybe he is taking to many medications. No doubt his brain is working, but get someone else to do these interviews. Please.

    I seriously apologize for being so critical. Maybe I am way overreacting. Again, sorry.

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    • RICHARD CANARY says:

      Yes, way overreacting, but don’t worry. Rudy is up there in years and looks to me like he’s got denture problems or something. And I do remember him going bug-eyed frequently years ago when he was in NYC. I think you’ll get back on balance soon. The Big Ugly approaches.

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    • brh82 says:

      Hudy’s mouth movement is due to Tardive Dyskenisia, a “tic” brought on by use of anti-psychotic drugs, if you do a search on it. However, I am NOT on ANY drugs except one baby aspirin a day and I find myself doing mouth stuff like Rudy and also Nancy Pelosi, especially when I’m working on a difficult task. It’s a condition of advanced age, in my experience, and some think it’s brought on by the use of gastrointestinal drugs and maybe allergy medications. Bottomline, there’s no clear cause and/or cure.

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      • MVW says:

        Rudy’s mind is working and in the end that is what matters… So long as Trump gets the right advice, from all points of view, and has time to make the right decisions.

        I appreciate the thoughts.

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    • KBR says:

      “his eyes do weird exaggerated bug eyed things”
      Most persons Rudy’s age wear glasses, but perhaps for certain appearances, he wears contact lenses. The movements of his eyelids are exactly the movements that are common with persons wearing contacts that are not used to them. Also attempting to focus using “bifocal” contact lenses may take a bit more effort than ordinary ones.

      “he looks like he just ate peanut butter and hasn’t finished”
      Dry mouth. One of the most common causes is antihistamines. Antihistamines are used more often in spring and fall than in winter and summer.

      “he seems hyped up on something”
      Well I am hyped up on getting to the bottom of this investigation.
      I was really hyped up by the scolding Judge Ellis gave to the Mueller team.
      I am full of hyped up expectation that maybe Judge Ellis has already played a big part in bringing this misconduct to judicial light, and that maybe he will establish a precedent by dismissing the case for reasons of prosecutorial misconduct and/or that Mueller team had no jurisdiction to prosecute due to the failure of Rosenstein’s poor documentation of scope.
      I expect Rudy is more hyped up aboutthese things than I, since I am not in the thick of it.

      Your apology at the end of this was nice. But not nice enough, because it sounds like an attempt to take Rudy out of the media. I have a better idea. If you do not like to watch Rudy, take yourself out.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      I agree with your Rudy observations. He is past his prime and his recent tv performances have been disappointing. He is no Joe DiGenova!

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    • MVW- Agree, especially about the meds. At his age Rudy no doubt has to take a lot of pills for various medical conditions. Doctors never consider how things will interact.

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    • josco scott says:

      DJT is a multitasker.

      He’s not too busy to take care of this. He’s on it.

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      • josco scott says:

        Comment to MVW… forget how these threads work.

        I like Rudy, think he’s doing a great job, no mental problems with that guy. He’s got the connections and the experience and general ballsiness to do the job.

        There’s a good piece in the Federalist about him.

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    • Roberto says:

      He always looks like this. That’s why people are kinda afraid of him.

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  14. Justbill says:

    On Thursday NBC came out with a report that the SC had wiretaps on Cohen. A short time later, they issued a correction, not a retraction though. The new story was it was a Pen Register warrant. The more we learn, I’m inclined to believe the first report was actually right. This has been a counterespionage investigation and has been all along. This judge Ellis nailed when he said no one should have unfettered power in this country. When is this ever going to end? And when it does end, are we going to recognize our country anymore?

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    • blind no longer says:

      More importantly WHO is going to end it? Rosenstein? Nope. Mueller? Nope. Sessions? Nope. Judge Ellis? Nope. That right there is the million dollar question. Who?

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      • MM says:

        Deplorables?

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      • Marica says:

        PRESIDENT DONALD J TRUMP! YEP!

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      • Clinteastwood says:

        Excellent question. I’ll tell you who’s going to end it……President Donald J. Trump.
        At the apprpriate time (his timing is always impeccable) he’ll end it with just two words……

        ………YOU’RE FIRED!

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        I predict that the President will get that one Senate vote in order to have recess appointments.

        After that, he will clear the decks with all of them. All he needs is one Senator.

        This is my wager.

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        • dallasdan says:

          I hope you are right. The absence of that one vote speaks volumes about the opposition the President has faced since inauguration day.

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          • Craig D says:

            Reply to dallasdan (1:58 am) – Your comment is right on. Again the “elephant in the room,” the UniParty, (GOPe, RINO’s). Not one senator (not one!) would break ranks and give Trump recess appointment power. This clearly demonstrates the united opposition of the Senate against The President. And McConnell has allowed (and maybe even pushed and planned) this deep state, crooked DOJ, FBI, fake news main stream media opposition.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        1. Judge Ellis could end one lawsuit.

        2. Congress could demand, immediately, unredacted FISA applications from Rosy.

        3. Congress should demand the 45,000 tects from Page-Strzok, or start Rosy impeachment. Same if #2 non compliance.

        4. Rudy / Trump should request an Executive Summary of the SC investigation within 72 hours with all significant FACTS noted.

        5. Unless the OIG report is a barn burner, AND there are several dozen people indicted; President Trump should declassify 1.5 Million pages, and put them all online. Immediately.

        6. If there is serious evidence from the OIG, yet only token indictments, Trump should explore having the #3 Solicitor General, Noel Francisco, review and put forward uncharged crimes.

        Not sure this is all legal.

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      • w5ovf says:

        Why end it? US armed forces Beer\popcorn concessions truly fund the US southern wall construction! MAGA!

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    • Darren Bernat says:

      I think that the Mueller probe has a multi-dimensional purpose: it is a continuation of the counterintelligence games that was going on during the campaign, they are using it as an offensive political tool to keep the Trump administration from probing the corruption of Obama’s administration and they are using it to either find a reason to remove Trump from office. The other thing that is obvious is that they are using it to destroy Trump’s financial backers – you get to close to Trump and we will ruin you financially. They are trying to make him radioactive. The dems are using this tactic to harass everyone who dares accept a position that requires Senate approval. The probe is also a statement to any other outsider who dares to enter the political arena.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      NBC wiretap report -> SD makes connection to small group investigation hand-off -> Judge Ellis tears Bob a new one (What was that – 24 hours?)

      So, yeah, NBC – whoops! A leak too far. Geez, at least the small group were competent leakers.

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      • WSB says:

        This was the ultimate problem with taking the seasoned foot soldiers out of the loop. With Strzok and Page gone, there was bound to be a mistake.

        This one was a whopper.

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  15. Sucker MC says:

    Good movie! Good actors! Ask the right questions! Trust the plan! MAGA! Seek justice love mercy walk humbly with your GOD!!

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  16. oncefiredbrass says:

    I Agree Rat Fink Rosenstein is trying to have it both ways! Telling POTUS one thing while siding with his band of brothers in Comey/Mueller. SD broke the redacted August memo, Rat Fink is trying to play White Hat & Black Hat, I am now convinced he is more Black Hat, he only cares about his own career advancement, which I think he fancies himself getting selected to be a Judge. We have now reached the point where playing both side has all the skeletons bursting out of his closet! Lets not forget the pressure he is probably getting from his hardcore Commie Wife! Wonder if she calls him Pee Wee?

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  17. Chickficshun says:

    There have been too many instances exposing the shenanigans involving Mueller and Rosenstein. Lets not forget this entire debacle was started from political dirty tricks. While our justice system continues its slide downhill, Sessions is doing nothing. People debate white/black hat?
    It’s a yellow hat he wears. He is a coward. There was and is no reason for him to have recused himself. How he can continue to allow this to go on is simply ridiculous. If he loves the law as much as he claims, he would not stand by and watch it trampled.

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    • brh82 says:

      Don;t you wonder why McCabe was fired so long ago, and that was many months after Comey was fired. Why the delay on Rosenstein?

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      • josco scott says:

        Investigations take time. This one was done correctly, with multiple calls for firing.

        Anything PDJT does without ample reasoning from impeccable sources (Democrat-appointed) will be grounds for impeachment.

        Doing what many Sessions haters want him to do without the kind of investigation needed to justify legal action would cause civil war in this country.

        Sessions might be a “yellow hat” but that would be a total departure. He has many investigations going. They take time. He’s not an idiot. He’s been AG before. He knows how to keep his mouth shut and WORK. Spewing invective about him is unwarranted and puts serious people off.

        I’ve actually seen people say “it shouldn’t take this much time!” When you’re taking leaders of CIA, FBI, DOJ, Dem party out? Really? You want them to be tossed in jail without a firm case, which they’ve all spent their lives preventing.

        With all their scandals and crimes, the Clintons have been teflon. If we do this, it has to be done right.

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    • SMH – you are soooooo wrong, wrong, wrong!!!! Enough – PLEASE!!!!

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    • Roberto says:

      Demanding Jeff Sessions be fired is tantamount to telling VSG not to tweet. Because tweeting is rude and insulting and unkind and this and that…

      He’s already got Jeff Sessions in his equation. Why not trust his judgement? We’ll know everything we need to in a few weeks.

      I have absolutely no problem with how things are shaking out. They are terrified and on the run. I know I wouldn’t want to be in Mueller’s shoes this week.

      This whole treasonous rats nest, even if just half of what we suspect is true, is going to take years to adjudicate and conclude.

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  18. kjf says:

    My take on this “show”, “13 Techniques for Truth Suppression,”

    1. Dummy up. If it’s not reported, if it’s not news, it didn’t happen.

    2. Wax indignant. This is also known as the “how dare you” gambit.

    3. Characterize the charges as “rumors” or, better yet, “wild rumors.” If, in spite of the news blackout, the public is still able to learn about the suspicious facts, it can only be through “rumors.”

    4. Knock down straw men. Deal only with the weakest aspect of the weakest charges. Even better, create your own straw men. Make up wild rumors and give them lead play when you appear to debunk all the charges, real and fanciful alike.

    5. Call the skeptics names like “conspiracy theorist,” “nut,” “ranter,” “kook,” “crackpot” and, of course, “rumor monger.” You must then carefully avoid fair and open debate with any of the people you have thus maligned.

    6. Impugn motives. Attempt to marginalize the critics by suggesting strongly that they are not really interested in the truth but are simply pursuing a partisan political agenda or are out to make money.

    7. Invoke authority. Here the controlled press and the sham opposition can be very useful.

    8. Dismiss the charges as “old news.”

    9. Come half-clean. This is also known as “confession and avoidance” or “taking the limited hang-out route.” This way, you create the impression of candor and honesty while you admit only to relatively harmless, less-than-criminal “mistakes.” This stratagem often requires the embrace of a fall-back position quite different from the one originally taken.

    10. Characterize the crimes as impossibly complex and the truth as ultimately unknowable.

    11. Reason backward, using the deductive method with a vengeance. With thoroughly rigorous deduction, troublesome evidence is irrelevant. For example: We have a completely free press. If they know of evidence that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF) had prior knowledge of the Oklahoma City bombing they would have reported it. They haven’t reported it, so there was no prior knowledge by the BATF. Another variation on this theme involves the likelihood of a conspiracy leaker and a press that would report it.

    12. Require the skeptics to solve the crime completely.

    13. Change the subject. This technique includes creating and/or reporting a distraction.

    What number are we on??

    Thanks to Russ W for the insight

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  19. JonMaxwell says:

    I had to really warp my head around what i think is going on, i have not been thinking this through analytically with Sessons, what I think is going on here is JS knows exactly the man that RR is Rosey is that guy who always has to be in charge always in the limelight and 90% of the time wrong on everything. I think JS is playing Rosey like a fiddle egging him on and Trump is right in on it, JS is not going to fire Rosey congress will, JS has also played the Democrats because they support him if Trump fires JS we will riot blah blah, so lets think about this JS gives Rosey all the rope he needs, JS stays completely out of it on purpose (clean hands) he gives Huber free reign to indict JS in the end will be the one pushing the prosecutions, i am not saying this is some kind of 3d chess because its not its just plain old chess and JS is running The Rubinstein Maneuver, while we all want faster action we need to let this game play out. Muller needed trump to fire him thats why he went after Cohen, when Trump didn’t capitulate we see the results of this, happening now with the Manafort case, Muller is up schiffs creek without a paddle, the judge is on to him and will most likely toss that case with extreme prejudice, Muller has been to used to having a favorable judge and bsing the judge as he pleases, they tried that tactic and it failed, So this whole things is going off the rails, everyone has a part to play and we need to play ours and that is by going out and voting because if the dems get control this all ends, they cant afford to be exposed to all of this, Trump has the one thing we dont and that is the ace up his sleeve, he can and will unclassify this whole Schiff show.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      This is my hopeful take, too. Americans have to see ifr themselves what arrogant, evil bstards have been covering themselves in patriotic verbiage while they attempt police state tactics against all Americans. Then Americans can ask: Who approved this heinous treason?

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    • Chickficshun says:

      JS isn’t playing Rosey. JS isn’t doing anything. For all you people out there thinking JS needs to keep the appearance of impartiality. Bullsh$t.
      There is very real injustice going on here. Lets not forget this. I dont believe PDT had any intention of gong after Clinton. All this BS is happening because Clinton’s minions kept pushing via the media and the FBI/DOJ were trying to keep the lid on it so that their own corruption wouldn’t be exposed. Now its morphed into getting PDT at all costs.
      Real lives are being ruined here. And I’m not talking about Manafort. He is a crook, along with his crooked dealings with Podesta.
      How JS can even live with himself after watching Michael Caputo go on television and talk about his financial ruination. His stress and his family’s pain. Caputo is right. God damn them to hell.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        Chickficshun, I agree except the part about Manafort. Whether or not he’s a ‘crook’ is irrelevant. Plus, the no knock, pre dawn, guns drawn raid on his home, his wife in bed getting frisked, children probably frightened out of their minds, was way over the top, to put it mildly.

        And if they didn’t even have the necessary warrant for such an overly aggressive raid, but rather got a retroactive facsimile of a warrant, then not only should the case against Manafort be tossed, the prosecutors should be held accountable.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Correction about the kids. I should verify before repeating what someone said on tv. It seems Manafort ‘s kids are grown.

          But I did hear someone say something about kids in the home during the raid. If true, maybe grandchildren?

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          • donna kovacevic says:

            Sorry but does it really matter whether the kids are grown or not this whole act of criminality would have scared anyone regardless of age. What a bloody dirty circus the US is showing the rest of the world. ONLY IN AMERICA!!! is the best saying ever. Cheers.

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        • Jim in TN says:

          They had a warrant, granted by a judge, per request of the grand jury. But they did not have the legal authority to investigate this matter. They had no standing in this matter to present it to a grand jury, nor to get a warrant.

          Of course they are manufacturing claims of verbal grants of authority that only need confirmation, because all progress made on the Manafort accusations by this team are fruits of the poisoned tree. Especially everything derived from that search warrant.

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          • GB Bari says:

            If the judge who granted the no-knock warrant did not question their standing / grand jury empanelment, nor confirm whatever bogus replies they may have supplied if the judge *did* question it, shouldn’t that judge be questioned/investigated at the very minimum?

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      • josco scott says:

        Sure. PDJT is sitting in front of the Gorilla Channel, paralyzed by fear while everyone around him is getting ruined.

        Sessions is taking a nap, doing nothing but taking pot from kids while Rosey and RM run wild.

        Sadly, PDJT is showing his age in not being able to do anything to curb his AG because… well, he’s kind of afraid of firing people.
        Also, he’s got his cheetos and Gorillas to watch.

        You people are quickly morphing into your opponents. The anger and bitterness make you sloppy.

        Suspend judgment until we know more. Slandering good people is a great evil, especially at this point in history.

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        The goal has ALWAYS been getting PDJT at all costs.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Sorry, but I have to disagree. Rosey is the one playing Sessions. Sessions has been sucked into the vortex and is now neutered completely.

      I love Jeff Sessions and think he is a very honorable man with a passion for law and order, but Rosenstein has usurped him. He has played on that honor and effectively taken over the AG spot.

      The only way any of this mess can be cleaned up is for Sessions to STAND UP and take back his position. He must end this nightmare by shutting down Mueller. He must be brave and just do it, for the good of the Country.

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      • ForGodandCountry says:

        But Sessions couldn’t do that right away. He had to wait…..in order for you (me) us to realize the truth of exactly what you’re saying, Sandra.

        And now that everyone knows, Sessions will have the gravitas and authority to shut all this down without cries of “tampering”, “obstruction of justice”, etc.

        Make sense?

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        • BiggUggly says:

          Don’t mean to he insulting or dismissive of your opinion, but I have said from the beginning that Sessions is compromised to the point of being controlled.

          AG Sessions WILL NOT come in riding a great white stallion to save us all. If this works out, it will be in spite of, not because of, Sessions.

          Sessions actions, or lack thereof, suggest that he was a plant by the deep state all along.

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          • I am at the point where it occurred to me that Sessions is a plant; part of the insurance policy. So quick to recuse without telling the President ahead of time. That is not honorable.

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            • josco scott says:

              Strong recommendation to suspend your judgment until this plays out.

              Because IF you’re wrong, all this hatred poured out on Sessions will ABSOLUTELY hurt him — and will absolutely hurt efforts to MAGA.

              Even though some of you will admit being wrong, many will somehow stick with hate. That’s human nature.

              So don’t start. There’s plenty of time for hate and bitterness when you KNOW you’ve got evidence, not just speculation.

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              • GB Bari says:

                While also keeping my powder dry on AG Sessions, I do acknowledge that *empirical* evidence is frequently a valid basis on which to form opinions before other unknown evidence is revealed.

                The only “faith” I have is that there is a God and that Jesus is His Son and showed us that there is eternal life after physical death. Beyond that, humans are mortals, are imperfect and tend to sin. So having faith in AGJS is asking for unproven

                It’s often futile to tell others how to feel or react: each of us has unique life experiences that form our psychological and emotional makeup, and how we react to every new experience.

                Given the sheer volume and breadth of leaking and reporting about almost every aspect of this scandal since its inception, it is quite understandable that some / many will raise serious doubts about the highly conspicuous lack of reporting/ announcements about aggressive legal actions by the AG, despite the fact that he *is* taking actions via Huber et al at some level as previously demonstrated / concluded by Sundance and others.

                Having said that, it is interesting to observe that, despite the “hue and cry” by so many PDJT’s supporters against AGJS, there are virtually no responses, leaks, or credible or anonymous reports from “behind the curtain.” Nada. That is unusual in and of itself – if we base our observation on past history of that position and prior office holders.

                So, IMHO, along with the healthy skepticism it warrants additional patience.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        Welllll Now…I guess the CLOWN BRIGADE showed up on this thread…JEEZ Louise!!! JS should do this, has not done this, he is MIA…ON AND ON AND ON…(ABBA — Super Trouper — found the lyrics)…
        PDJT should do this, is waiting, should fire JS and so forth…Guess WHAT…if any of you closet wannabee’s think you can do better…Please run and see what happens. Also, if you are smarter than OUR VSG PDJT then you can send him an email through the WH website…AND TELL HIM WHAT HE IS DOING WRONG…
        But ya’ gotta luv your forethoughts expounding on what SD has done…I am in the group that is: “LOCKED, COCKED, AND READY TO ROCK”…PDJT is doing just fine without ya’lls help!!! And this is a Public Announcement…

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  20. ASpade says:

    I think sometimes people fail to realize that the Trump administration, including Sessions, has to do everything by the book! Cross every T and dot every I and get everything recorded.

    I don’t know how people here think that any of the bad actors in the Justice department and FBI could have been caught and eliminated efficiently without Sessions recusing himself. If Sessions hadn’t recused himself, everything would have been painted as partisan/political moves. Each person removed would have cried foul. Each one turned into a he said/she said. Lies are only eliminated by being chased down. Chasing down the lies is a long arduous process but well worth the endeavor. That is one of the reasons I came to become a regular reader/visitor here at the CTH during the election. I simply love the spirit of the pursuit of truth by the people here.

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    • Chickficshun says:

      Aspade, i agree that in normal situations it is best to proceed with the appearance of impartiality by the book dealings. But everything is filtered thru the lefts’s ever changing rules bizarro world. Where constant contadicting statements by Comey are ignored. Where firing a lying deputy FBI director because of his lying, even the FBI OPM recommendation to fire the lying deputy FBI director is met with howling dissent. How bout a political candidate paying shadowy Russia sources for dirt is no big deal but its a big deal to meet with a Russian lawyer who says they have dirt. A lawyer who happens to work for the same group peddling the dirty dossier.
      Look we all know the stories. My point is its NEVER going to matter with these people if you are right. Sessions needs to get this under control now.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Chickficshun: Aspade isn’t talking about the democrat leadership or the MSM – (s)he is talking about ordinary people who don’t ususaly spend much of their time on politics. One of the reasons why Pres Trumps popularity ratings keep going up is because people are seeing, more and more, the hatchet job the media and the politicians are pulling on him. No one wants to admit their government is corrupt to the core – God knows I’m having trouble accepting that – so the idea has to be filtered to them, by the actions of the black hats themselves.

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        • josco scott says:

          These are legal actions. They take MASSIVE investigation. Nothing can be done quickly that will stick.

          The Left will denounce everyone anyway, but we’re talking about working through the LAW.

          Shutting down Mueller might have to wait until the case is made about the DOJ he’s representing–the Obama admin.

          Or, he’ll just start getting arrows from judges like Ellis, which will slow him down.

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          • WES says:

            Josco: I think you are correct in that it is best to let Mueller’s small group run its course. Every day that goes by Mueller’s group is burning itself out. Their high water mark has now come and gone. The water is clearly receding. We may soon discover they have been swimming naked!

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      I call BS the left would call foul anyway. Recuse was the biggest mistake of PDT presidency. He trusted Session to be his AG and Session let him and the rest of us down.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Really? Huber is operating completely under the radar.

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        • Koot Katmando says:

          I seem to remember reading that Mueller was looking into the real collusion with Russia by the DNC and Clinton Campaign. I see no evidence of that. I hope we see soon if Huber is really going after anyone at all.

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          • Firefly says:

            The way Hillary suddenly is revving up her foundation is interesting – and it’s happening just a couple weeks from when the IG resport is supposed to come out.

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    • You are missing some things, ASpade.

      It was not the fact that Sessions initially recused himself, it is the fact that he let P Trump appoint him, said absolutely nothing to his boss that he was supposed to represent about an intention to recuse–and then got the title of General and the salary and suddenly went into a coma when the President badly needed an AG, recusing himself, it seems, entirely from life.

      This is called “self-dealing” and it is a type of fraud. This occurs when a person is supposed to be acting for the benefit of another (insurance, trusts/wills, real estate etc.) but instead tries to benefit them-self rather than the person they are supposed to be acting for. This is exactly what Sessions did…..

      Second, The FBI investigated Sessions concerning Russian Collusion almost a year ago and completely cleared him of any involvement–Why did he not then unrecuse himself as there was, at that time, no chance he was conflicted?

      Gee…..Occam’s Razors shaves that answer to: ‘because he decided to let P Trump twist in the wind, and further benefit himself.’

      Third…..Sessions is not dumb. He watches the news and has meetings with Rosey etc. all the time. He knows they are going after the President, heck, everyone in the U.S. that is rational knows this……What has he done to cover the President’s back? Well, let’s see…..He came out with a statement that Rosie is very honorable and he has complete confidence in him, and threatens to quit when PDJT muses about firing Mueller and Rosey…..

      No logical person can deny that Jeff Sessions is a traitor to America and Benedict Arnold has not a thing on him in that area….

      I hope he is eventually charged exactly with that crime–it carries the death penalty…..

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        Huber.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Isn’t the recusal over anything to do with the campaign.
        That can never be cleared up. No amount of being cleared in the Russian collusion will free him to end his recusal.

        On the other hand, Flynn and Manafort were both charged with things that have nothing to do with the campaign. Even the admission to lying from Flynn is from the transition, post campaign.

        Sneaking things in under the cover of Sessions recusal that do not belong there is a smarmy act by Mueller and Rosenstein. That is where I would like to see Rosenstein attacked. He only has authority to act onSessions behalf in matters where Sessions is recused.

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        • I agree, Jim. So who has the power to stop this? Jeff Sessions…….

          He initially recused himself on anything having to do with the 2016 election.

          So, what did supposed crimes by Manifort and Gates back in 2005 and 2007 have to do with the 2016 election? How about Stormy Daniels, the raids on Trump’s personal attorney who was in this position long before the election and on and on……

          This all falls back directly to Sessions because he is not recused on any of that……

          Where is he?

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    • As a man thinkth says:

      Lawfully crossing “T’s” and dotting “I’s” requires a lot of time…and is exactly what the LAWFARE group had anticipated …IMHO, the “Deep State” had planned the main confrontation during the period that McCabe was acting director of the FBI…

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  21. Turranos says:

    Rudy Giuliani comment on Comey. “I was the one that hired that clown!”

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  22. Mosby Creek says:

    Book ’em Rudy…

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  23. ForGodandCountry says:

    I found it very interesting how delicately Rudy spoke about Mueller “vs. those around him”.

    QUOTE:

    “It gives the American people a glimpse of what we have to deal with day in and day out with the abuses….not so much of Bob Mueller….but of the people that work for him. I mean they are way over the top.”

    Then, too, we have Sundance telling us that it was the “small group” that chose Mueller, and the people around him….that Mueller didn’t pick his own team.

    I’m starting to get the idea that Mueller’s NAME is being used by the black hats (ie. See? He’s a Republican!”) but that other than that, Mueller is a placeholder and isn’t doing anything. The REAL power on the SC team is Andrew Weissman…..a real POS.

    Meanwhile, Rosenstein is most definitely part of the DOJ/FBI “small group”. He has now been “outed” as such. Looks like he attempted to give “super secret verbal orders” to Mueller’s team, but Mueller said, “No way, Jose. Any authority you give my team you have to give to me IN WRITING. You ain’t gonna hang me out to dry!”…..hence the heavily redacted letter of Aug. 2, 2017 which Rosenstein won’t let anyone see.

    And Sessions?

    They knew Rosenstein was bad. He recused to give thoroughly arrogant Rosenstein all the rope he needed to hang himself with. Rosenstein himself should be recused in all this crap, but he didn’t. They knew he wouldn’t. They were counting on the fact that he wouldn’t.

    And now, thanks to Judge Ellis, Rosey’s cajons are in a VERY tight…and tightening…sling. His Aug. 2, 2017 letter is about to go “public” without any redactions, and he is going to be exposed for this…

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      By the way folks…..NO ONE HAS MENTIONED IT BEFORE NOW…..

      We now know why Sessions recused himself…

      Look at what the “black hats” have been doing. EVERYONE HAS BEEN UNDER SURVEILLANCE……wiretaps!

      That would include the AG.

      And this would explain why he hasn’t been doing anything….

      ….because he is both a victim AND a witness to this gross DOJ misconduct.

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      • bessie2003 says:

        This is a good point, hadn’t considered it this way, but after the tv interview of Mr. Caputo where he said they have every communication, whether by email or other of every single person involved in the entire Trump campaign – and Jeff Sessions was certainly involved in his campaign, so he would be, then, both a victim and a witness. Very interesting.

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        • Johnny says:

          Holy Crap! Light bulb just came on. You just nailed it. Sessions is a victim and witness to the abuse. He was in the campaign also, and they have dug up everything on him also.
          Good Lord this is so much worse than I thought.
          My mind is now completely made up, people must be tried and executed for Sedition and Treason. People and I have thrown those words around very loosely and I must admit of being very guilty of it. I have a fault of getting mad and engaging mouth before I engage the brain.
          This is the beginning of the Big Ugly. The deep state is about to be exposed people.

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      • I’ve been contending for some time that Sessions had not betrayed us, but that he was somehow blackmailed or compromised. The illegal surveillance may be the reason why. Once this is shut down and cases based on it are dismissed we may get our old Sessions back.

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        • BiggUggly says:

          guerillapatriot, i have been attempting to make that very point.

          No one is willing to look at his actions.

          The man is not whom PDJT believed him to be.

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          • Well maybe he is, he simply made a mistake that Rosenstein was able to capitalize on.

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            • Cow wow says:

              Again, I believe if AG Sessions had not recused, none of this would have come to light. But it HAS!

              Think of the total wrecking ball to finish off this nation that would have happened-valjar and bam bam have set up shop next door in dc to swoop in for the kill.
              Think what would have happened a year or so from now.
              And shudder.

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      • KBR says:

        I did mention quite a few months ago that perhaps Sessions or his children were bring threatened.
        Blackmail is a threat.

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      • Koot Katmando says:

        Sessions joined the Trump Train when it was Clear Trump would win the Primary. Why? Is Jeff Sessions the real insurance for the GOP? I think so. Sessions is the AG – Recuse led to SC- GOP Senate supports Mueller – threaten Trump daily not to fire Session, Rosy or Mueller. Why would he accept a job know he would recuse?? Is he really that inept?

        https://www.politico.com/story/2016/02/sen-jeff-sessions-endorses-trump-219939

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      • Johnny says:

        Thank you so much for that comment. The light bulb is now lit.
        That explains so much.

        The time to come together is Now. We must get ready for the fight. The Big Ugly is here.

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      • sessions a victim – LOL!

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      • GB Bari says:

        I concur with everything stated except “And this would explain why he hasn’t been doing anything….”

        Sessions *has* been doing many things, but publicly staying at arms length from the criminal cases being built against the cabal because he himself was quite probably illegally surveilled (i.e., from where/whom did Al Franken get the information to grill JS in the hearing).

        I’m not a lawyer but, on the surface, being a victim of the abuse could appear to taint the governments case against the abusers. Of course the lying media will take that position but I’m not sure how an honest judge would see it. I know there are Treepers far more experience in that subject matter who might opine..

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    • AH_C says:

      THIS!!!

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    • Rhoda R says:

      ForGodandcountry: I don’t see Mueller as the kind of man to sit back and just be a place holder. There is no reason to believe that he isn’t enthusiastically trying to join the ranks of those who have brought down a sitting President. A real feather in his hat.

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  24. MVW says:

    ForGodandCountry,
    re:
    “We now know why Sessions recused himself…
    Look at what the “black hats” have been doing. EVERYONE HAS BEEN UNDER SURVEILLANCE……wiretaps!
    That would include the AG.
    And this would explain why he hasn’t been doing anything….
    ….because he is both a victim AND a witness to this gross DOJ misconduct.”

    I too missed this. In my limited thinking, this is Huge.

    However, the FISA warrants are now known to be illegal due to the basis, lies, on which they were authorized. By now Sessions should know this and it would be his responsibility to act. Perhaps it is as some still assert that he is waiting on the IG report and Huber’s prosecution.

    I dunno. It is all murky. Perhaps Sundance has some insight…?

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    • WRB says:

      All it would take is some record/tape of Sessions using the n**** word, or perhaps just disparaging comments about some Black.

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    • WES says:

      MVW: if Sessions was being wiretapped by black hats, I don’t think it would stop Sessions from delegating responsible for various non-campaign investigations to those reporting to him. If so then Sessions would have to make sure they knew he was being wiretapped and to keep briefings generic, like going well, need more people, 35% complete, estimated completion dates, etc. One positive thing about Sessions recusing himself he isn’t getting lightening strikes from congressional critters for being partisan. I suspect Trump is wary of the Dems/MSM ability to spin things so he wants to let things like Mueller and company play themselves to exhaustion. Certainly Mueller’s group no longer have unquestioned room to maneuver in public opinion. This slow and steady approach is probably the right thing to do even if it drives us crazy!

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  25. Obs says:

    Rudy is 5 minutes away from replacing the UniParty shill and 5th columnist Sessions.
    Trashing Sessions is no longer a reason to be banned at CTH. That means time’s up for Jeff.

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  26. Critical Mass says:

    “Special Investigation Of Russian Collusion For Dummies” by Fran Drescher and Peter Boyle.

    Otherwise known as Fran Fine from “The Nanny” and Frank Barone from “Everybody Loves Raymond”.

    The nanny goat and the billy goat.

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  27. f.fernandez says:

    Congress should impeach Rosenstein then Sessions unrecuse himself to shut the Mueller snipehunt down.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      But Congress won’t — remember, most of Congress belongs to the swamp and they don’t want it drained. They SUPPORT what Rosenstein et.al. are doing.

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  28. Sharpshorts says:

    “There are trillions at stake” … which is correct when dealing with countries, politicians, corporations and ALL other existing individual power brokers……except the bankers. For them, there is much, much more than trillions…

    Question: How does one dominate, no matter who currently has power in any endeavor — no matter what happens?
    Answer: He who out plays all sides against each other…wins.
    “Who are those guys?!? (Butch Cassidy)….who best dominates everyone else? Consider this paraphrased statement “…he who controls the currency controls the world…”

    There has been some speculation that PDJT has been considering a replacement currency system…

    Sorry – I think I had my tin hat on for too long this morning.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Hahaha!

      Prosecutors expected the case to proceed without any appearance or defense from the foreign defendants – and were stunned when two lawyers appeared on Concord’s behalf last month and began demanding extensive document production from the Mueller probe. Suddenly, it seemed it might be a bid to force Mueller to turn over sensitive documents, and perhaps even force prosecutors into an embarrassing dismissal of charges that they had never planned to press in open court.

      I guess Mueller just expects everyone to roll over. Popadopoulos and Carter Page did. Flynn’s guilty plea seems to be an extortion based on threats to his son. But now Mueller is facing opposition from people who are willing to fight.

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    • Firefly says:

      Mueller SC gang looking into fake Russian backdoor channels just actually let the Russians in the front door to use our court system to wreak havoc. Hopefully the judge will shut this down and slap the mueller gang around at the court hearing.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        So, in Summary …

        Flynn indictment – questioned by all, no lying.
        Manafort VA – judge smackdown.
        Russian “Trolls”- numerous discovery requests.
        Trump – no Collusion or Obstruction.
        FISA applications rigged.

        BTW, SC apparently about 400-500% of normal staffing levels. No budget made public.

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    • WSB says:

      Damn, that is excellent news. The Mueller scam is starting to fall apart.

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    • WSB says:

      Dabney L. Friedrich, the judge presiding over the case, was appointed by President Donald J. Trump in January 2017.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dabney_L._Friedrich

      😎

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  29. DanO64 says:

    Comments all over the place. So it boils down to he’s a VSG except when it comes to Jeff Sessions and Rod Rosenstein? I’m still Spartacus.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Are you talking about President Trump? Hey, someone recommended these two to him. Too bad the Republican Party wouldn’t help. All prior Presidents have built-in support from their party and don’t have to make critical decisions on their own. Trump has done a fine job thus far, it was Sessions who caused the mess and Trump couldn’t have known that would happen prior to the appointment because Sessions didn’t reveal that he would need to recuse himself. As for Rosenstein, he seemed like a decent guy when he wrote his recommendation that Comey be fired. But as soon as he got the power his true colors were revealed.

      I want to know who recommended Mueller for the FBI Director position. Trump interviewed him. Did Rosenstein make the recommendation?

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  30. DanO64 says:

    Rudy said “except for Bob Mueller.” Did any one else catch it? Almost like it was planned.

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  31. Judge J’s opening last night –

    “…so why does Rosenstein even have so much power? He has irrefutable power, more than the President himself some would say…Because he convinced a dithering, unsure, insecure, uncertain, SPINELESS, timid, Attorney General just appointed by the President to back off and renege on his duty to run the Department of Justice…”

    my take is slightly different, but the end result is the same

    i don’t see Sessions as “dithering, unsure, insecure, uncertain”

    spineless and timid generally perhaps, but more an absolutely corrupt, calculating, LIFETIME swamp dweller, and the PRIMARY, embedded in the admin, GATEKEEPER of the foul assault on the President and MAGA

    Judge Pirro knows the deal

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  32. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    Did anyone else catch the brief chit-chat with Nunes this morning on Fox & Friends? Nunes said that as a result of Jeff Sessions refusal to even acknowledge correspondence from his committee he is going to push for a “Contempt of Congress” charge against Sessions.
    Ed Henry claimed he thought it was basically an empty threat a few minutes after the discussion was over.

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    • distracted2 says:

      Yes, and then on Maria Bartiromo’s show, the DOJ responded negatively. And then Nunes called Maria’s producers and told her that the DOJ has refused to comply because of national security nonsense. Nenes has clearance to see everything so that response doesn’t fly.

      I think the DOJ is calling Nunes’ bluff and it just might not get the response it expects. I’m betting there will be a vote to hold them in contempt tomorrow.

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    • DanO64 says:

      Won’t happen.

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    • Firefly says:

      Just like the leaked threats to impeach Rosenstein, who scoffed at them as being extortion motivated. It seems to me the gop congress and senate really do want PTrump impeached and ruined.

      Here’s an interesting couple tweets from Brit Hume. It seems this counterintelligence investigation might be untouchable and accountable to no one- so there’s no legal way for the courts shut it down. Everyone is saying PTrump better not fire Rosenstein, Mueller, or Session lest impeachment. Wonder if the judge doing kabuki theater to look fair but rule that he can’t enforce special counsel regs. Now we see mueller and his sc gang flaunting that they are untouchable.

      Brit Hume tweet:
      I did not realize until I read the full transcript of Friday’s court hearing how badly it went for the Mueller team, which was reduced to arguing: yeah, we violated the regulations governing special counsels but those regs are not enforceable in court.

      Then later Brit Hume tweets:
      Mueller’s team may be right that the court can’t toss the Manafort indictment based on violation of the special counsel regulations, but we are in debt to the judge for bringing such a violation to light.

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      • “Everyone is saying PTrump better not fire Rosenstein, Mueller, or Session lest impeachment.”

        everyone? i think you’re referring to the insider swamp media types like Ari Fleischer

        MANY of Congress and MANY more of “conservative” media types have – not to mention a HUGE amount of loyal patriots, and deplorable in Trump’s base including myself continue to…and the numbers grow every day.

        personally, i wouldn’t fire mueller, but i would immediately fire the swamp gatekeepers in the DOJ who are OBSTRUCTING justice and damaging the President, America first, freedom and the constitution EVERY day they remain in place –

        SWAMP sessions
        SWAMP rosenstein
        SWAMP horowitz and
        SWAMP wray

        clean house and establish a DOJ that is loyal to Donald Trump and to the American taxpayer

        that would be the best way to oppose the witch hunt

        as far as mueller goes, they might try and impeach if Trump fired him but i STRONGLY doubt they would succeed and it would likely politically back fire HEAVILY on them with the MASSIVE support the president would receive from regular citizens…

        look at it this way – what does Trump really have to lose? would you rather have six and a half more years of this nonsense (guaranteed), or clean it up NOW?

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          Horowitz is swamp? Horowitz, who took on Holder and Obama, and re-established the OIG?

          Who has 1.5 Million pages of evidence.

          What are you drinking?

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          • what are YOU drinking?
            horwowitz is barry’s BOY . PERIOD.
            do you think dopey O would have allowed him to continue if he wasn’t? good grief!

            and his PHONY “investigation” began on the Kenyan’s WATCH

            a little more research and a little less spin

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  33. RH says:

    No one has done more damage to POTUS Donald Trump than Benedict Jeff Sessions.

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  34. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    I just checked and it takes a majority committee vote to move it to the full house. Then a majority house vote to convict. If “convict” would be the proper word.
    I wonder if Nunes might have discussed this with the President.
    Also, if Jeff is looking to get some of that “honor” he craves so much, the press will give it to him in spades. No more charges of racism for sure.

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  35. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    The President can set a full days agenda with a single tweet. Be nice if Monday morning he said something like — ” I hope Jeff Sessions is reading his mail now. Eric Holder is proud of his Contempt of Congress charge. Is that how Jeff wants to be remembered by the people of Alabama? ”
    Just something like that might force Sessions to, at least, stand in front of a camera and answer a question NOT related to immigration. Which he basically just talks about anyway.

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  36. golsono says:

    X

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  37. golsono says:

    Z

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