Mark Levin, Dan Bongino and Joe diGenova Discuss The Grand Usurpation (AKA: “The Page/Strzok Insurance Policy”)…

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

Appearing on Life, Liberty and Levin, Mr. Dan Bongino and Mr. Joe diGenova have an in-depth conversation about ongoing issues with the Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigation, and the precipitating events/action within the Obama Intel Community:

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More *’nuther stuff* below.

Additionally, I have mentioned my suspicions on Twitter, so I might as well present a theory here. I believe the issues within the DOJ response letter to HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes relate to Nunes asking a question about the FISA Court, and likely Judge Rudolph Contreras specifically.

Please understand this is pure speculation. It is a hypothesis based on a knowledge of the underlying issues and prior questions within the larger topic; however, it is simply speculation.

For the following reasons:

First, in the Fox News interview Chairman Nunes specifically states the foundation of his inquiry relates to the FISA court process; and the small number of people who have actual oversight upon the intelligence apparatus therein. This “small congressional group” reference is the oversight Gang of Eight.

Second, Chairman Nunes specifically says he sent a “classified letter” to the DOJ two weeks ago. There are only a few *topic issues* which are classified by their very nature. The FISA Court is one of those issues. Everything relating to the FISA Court is classified. A letter of inquiry about an issue, or justice, within the FISA court would most certainly be classified.

Third, in the DOJ response letter to Devin Nunes there is a line: “[the executive branch] is not in a position to provide information about a specific individual.” Which would indicate Nunes’ question was targeted to a particular person.

Fourth, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok had text message conversation about FISA Court Justice Rudolph Contreras. Apparently Peter Strzok knew Contreras. Contreras was the presiding judge in the Flynn plea. Contreras “was recused” from the Flynn case six days after he presided over the initial guilty plea. There has always been a question, unanswered by an incurious media, about whether Contreras was the FISA Judge who signed off on the skety FISA warrant used against Carter Page and the Trump campaign.

Fifth, Inspector General Michael Horowitz is also looking at the FISA application and how the FBI and DOJ assembled therein.  On March 28th, 2018, Horowitz added an investigation of the troubling FISA issues to an already full investigative portfolio.  The DOJ-OIG would not take on that issue, if there wasn’t something that needed a non-political review.

Sixth, FBI Agent Peter Strzok was instrumental in the sketchy FISA application content; Agent Peter Strzok is still employed within the FBI, likely cooperating.  That provides another reason for the DOJ to push away an inquiry from Devin Nunes.

Thus, in summary, it seems reasonable to consider that Chairman Nunes could have been inquiring of the DOJ: Who was the FISA judge who approved the sketchy application using the ‘Clinton-Steele Dossier’?

And by extension of the responsive letter the DOJ would not yet want to answer that line of questioning for the reasons outlined within the reply.  [And also because IG Horowitz is looking into these really important issues.]

All of the outlined DOJ issues and concerns, listed within the response letter (below), would check-off a response-list if the inquiry was about ¹Judge Rudolph Contreras and the FISA Court.

[¹However, there is a small number of other topics that also would trigger a similar letter: ex. inquiry about the U.K. GCHQ and involvement by Robert Hannigan – though the CIA or ODNI would be the more likely destination from Nunes inquiry for that approach.]

Again, listen carefully to how Devin Nunes discusses the “classified letter” he sent  approximately two weeks ago.

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Again, it’s just a theory; a possibility.  However, such issues also carry big ramifications.

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691 Responses to Mark Levin, Dan Bongino and Joe diGenova Discuss The Grand Usurpation (AKA: “The Page/Strzok Insurance Policy”)…

  1. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  3. This is an interesting thread from @Techno_Fog discussing the USA v. Manafort hearing last Friday:
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/992801198829965314.html

    The Mueller team admits that the case against Manafort started with the DOJ handing over the file they already had on Manfort to Mueller and essentially saying start with this. Manafort’s lawyers are arguing that Mueller doesn’t have authority to bring charges because the case against Manafort was not a result of the Mueller investigation, but a result of the DOJ handing over an existing file on Manafort. So if Mueller’s mandate is to investigate everything Russia / collusion related, the existing Manafort file doesn’t count because it predates the election. The Judge is pointing out to the Mueller team that he thinks this is a fishing expedition to leverage Manafort against Trump. He uses the Cohen investigation to do so by asking why the Cohen investigation was turned over to the SDNY for prosecution but the Manafort case was not. Judge implies that the only difference between the two cases is that the Mueller team believes they can leverage Manafort but they don’t believe they can leverage Cohen against Trump. The Judge wants to see the original letter(s) from Rosenstein to Mueller detailing his instructions. The Mueller team says it’s super secret and you can’t. The Judge says you have 2 weeks to produce it.

    Complicated business.

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  4. Corruption has gotten so bad and Washington is so powerful they no longer fear exposure in the media.

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  5. Mark Mears says:

    New to post on this site but have been reading for a couple of months now, especially the comments. Keep up the good work all, because 1 posters question could be the epifiny for another. My reason for this post is the unsecured HRC server.
    If it wasn’t secured wouldn’t every country in the world have all of the emails from that server? Russia included. I hear nothing in the news from anyone, computer experts, former intelligence officials/experts, anyone! This should be the opening salvo from every FOX news show. Trump never colluded with the Russians, every country in the world simply hacked into the HRC unsecured server. I have to think most all of our country’s secrets are now in their possession. “Come on man” everyone with a computer and or a cell phone can understand that.

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    • Paco Loco says:

      The FBI lost the chain of custody of Clinton’s server(and the data on it) so it no longer has any vaule for evidence. Nice work FBI….stooges!

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      Riddle me this, Why after nearly 2 years has no one examined the DNC server to see if indeed there was any international or Russian hack? The single biggest fact that proves IMO the Mueller investigation is a total witch hunt and farce, is he has never gone to the original scene of the alleged crime!

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      • Helen says:

        Hillary wouldn’t let them Super secret, national security, human lives, all the usual excuses. She agreed to let her buddies, Crowdstrike, look at them and give FBI a report which FBI agreed to believe.

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      • Bogey- you just nailed it! How many people realize that the DNC computer hack was the beginning of the Witch Hunt? The DNC claimed their computers were hacked externally by Russian, Guccifer, etc. Meanwhile it has been proven by experts that it was IMPOSSIBLE to upload those files remotely and that the computer hack was an inside job, done with a thumb drive or other device. WE NEED TO KEEP HARPING ON THIS!

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        • Lurker2 says:

          So much corruption. They claimed their computers were “hacked” (actually someone gave out a password, right?) but refused to allow the FBI to inspect, right?

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          • Lurker2 says:

            In his testimony in January on the cyber attacks, then-director of the FBI James Comey said the agency never got access to the machines themselves, but obtained access to the forensics from a review of the system performed by CrowdStrike, a third-party cybersecurity firm. (from polit-sh*t web site)

            Awww, the FBI “never got access” to do a very crucial investigation of an incident which caused Hillary to lose the election (along with the rest of her laundry list).

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            • Jan says:

              More importantly, Mueller & his team have not asked for access to the DNC servers to verify or derive any conclusions of their own investigations….the very source for the underlying claims of Russian interference in the 2016 election. You’d think those DNC servers would be relevant evidence in this investigation, except that it proves evidence of Hillary’s interference in the 2016 election, along with other players like Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, John Podesta, Clinton Foundation people, etc. Any real independent investigator would also look at Clintons, OVomit, State Dept. staff, Susan Rice, Samantha Powrs, etc., but Mueller is not looking to indict anyone but Pres. Trump….not even the veracity of the information supplied to the FISA courts several times over.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        The FBI leadership never wanted to examine the server themselves because its technicians might have come to a different conclusion than Crowdstrike did, which would have been inconvenient for the narrative.

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      • scott volz says:

        Because Mueller, Comey, Rosenstein, etc. are all friends and supporters of the Clintons and therefore they are ensuring this investigation remains focused solely on Trump and the Trump campaign. It’s horrible.

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      • Johnnydub says:

        They wont let the FBI near the server as it would show that the mails were copied locally onto a USB stick (by Seth Rich?) and not hacked into.

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  6. Carrie says:

    This is what I found with Paul Sperry!

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  7. Baygraver says:

    There are a lot of people getting impatient at the slow pace of the investigation and indictments, and at times so am I . Our Potus is playing this 3d high stakes chess game at a level that most of us cannot comprehend. He has to fight, the Dems , the MSM, the Rinos , the deep state and even his inner circle. He is fighting from a corner like all good street fighters will when the odds are against them. I believe he has a few White Hats that are fighting with him of course and everything is for the most part going to plan for him. He is playing the Dems like a fiddle, every time he wants to get something done he seems to give them a distraction for them to focus on. And the MSM, well he reminds me of an old farmer leading a 2000 lb bull around by a nose ring, he plays them and with them. When all of this started to hit the fan and the info on all of this came out I thought to myself, I bet they are going to time all of this to come out into the sunlight to do the maximum amount of damage, just before the midterms, and part of that plan was to let out just enough to energize and enrage his base and raise the general public’s interest and awareness. NOTICE how the crescendo builds it ebbs and flows like the tide. It takes a long time to make sure that every i is dotted and t crossed and every case is bulletproof , they can’t afford to fail,, the stakes are way to high. I believe he has his White Hats in all the key positions and has given the black hats all the slack they needed to put the old rope around their own treasonous necks . All we have to do is throw a few steaks and burgers on the grill, grab a beer or two from the cooler and kick back and enjoy the show. I’m thinking it will be Memorial Day when ole Jeff pulls the pin and we can watchem drop, can hardly wait, it will almost be as good as watching hildebeast’s victory party 🙂

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    • Donzo says:

      During the period after arrests but before trial the Dem machine will be in full court press denouncing the “authoritarian” presidency. A great deal more will be exposed in the weeks and months after indictments. For the purposes of a Trump favorable midterm election result I believe the indictments should come sooner than later. If you think TDS is bad now wait for 3-6 months after McCabe and Co. are indicted. For the contrarian, buy cable stock.

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  8. trialbytruth says:

    Sundance this is a good theory. Any way to tell if Contreras is actively hearing cases. I went to the court website and got profoundly lost.

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  9. Levin et al. say a sitting president cannot be indicted for a crime. Yet Levin et al. say the Special Counsel statute requires that a foundations of a crime be stated as prerequisite for establishing a Special Counsel. Why have a Special Counsel statute if the SC’s findings can’t be prosecuted? Is the SC tool solely to support impeachment?

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    • Dutchman says:

      S.C. is not expressly created for Pres., although thats how its used. Its supposed to be invoked when an ADMINISTRATION can’t realistically investigate itself.

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    • RJones says:

      Yeah.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      If there really had been a crime they could prosecute after the President is out of office.

      I like what DiGenova had to say about Mueller’s real purpose here: to investigate in order to impeach, which is a total abuse of the Special Counsel position.

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      RR and Mueller have been abusing the SC law from the beginning and NO ONE is holding them accountable. People forget than Ken Starr sought and received permission from the Courts to look into the Lewinsky matter.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      Andy McCarthy points out that the President can be subpoenaed to testify, but the SC has to certify that the information sought is not available by less intrusive means and that it is essential to the case. If it comes down to Trump’ s intent being necessary to prove a crime, PDT has a right not to be forced to incriminate himself, so he can’t be forced via subpoena to testify.

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      • Lurker2 says:

        “They should not, at the Justice Department, allow Mueller to even request an interview unless they can show that there is a serious crime, that President Trump is somehow complicit in it and that President Trump has information that the special counsel can’t get from any other source,” McCarthy said. “If they can’t show those things, the Justice Department should not allow Mueller even to request an interview.”

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        • rocketride says:

          Trump shouldn’t even give them the time of day unless they agree to the same terms they gave Killary– no oath, pre-screened questions, a letter of exoneration written weeks in advance, etc.

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    • Konamon says:

      Winning the election was the crime.

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  10. Mark McQueen says:

    This discussion between Levin, DeGenova, and Bognino rings TRUE and their arguments apply universally to ANY President that would find himself under such an attack.

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  11. Nikita's_UN_Shoe says:

    The Grand Usurpation done by the putative presidency of HUSSEIN Obama, the root cause of the attempted criminal take-down of President Donald Trump, both before and after the 2016 election. Without this unConstitutional presidency of Obama, there would not have been a need for a Page/Strkoz Insurance Policy.

    Because Barack HUSSEIN Obama, aka Barry Soetoro, was able to hoodwink the majority of US citizens and because HUSSEIN Obama only had eight insufficient years to transform the USA, Hillary was the Insurance Policy to finish the transformation of the USA to communism.

    An illegal president begets everything that is illegal in a regime. As a side note, the unConstitutional presidency of Obama nullified the Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 Constitutional requirement of natural born citizen for the Commander-in-Chief that ushered in additional non-eligible presidential candidates for 2016 – Bobby Jindal, Marco Rubio, and Rafael E. Cruz.

    Brain-toting US citizens made sure that Hillary was not able to complete the transition.

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  12. Lurker2 says:

    We need a Mueller wealth-enhancement counter. How much money has he leeched from us taxpayers so far?

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  13. Donna in Oregon says:

    How to fix this grand usurpation…..After Sessions is impeached, Rosenstein is fired, here is the Attorney General President Trump should nominate:

    Meet the U.S. Attorney
    Timothy A. Garrison
    U.S. Attorney Timothy A. Garrison
    Tim Garrison is the United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri.

    Garrison is an eighth generation Missourian, and grew up in Greene County. He graduated magna cum laude from Drury University with a degree in political science, and holds a Master of Public Administration degree and a law degree from the University of Missouri.

    Garrison received his officer’s commission after graduating from Marine Corps Officer Candidates School in 2003, and served as a military prosecutor. His active duty military career took him to duty stations on the East Coast, West Coast, and Iraq.

    In 2007, Garrison left active duty and returned with his family to Missouri, where he served as a federal prosecutor with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Missouri. Garrison’s efforts focused on large-scale interstate and international drug trafficking organizations and violent criminals, but also included firearms offenses, tax evasion, sex crimes, and illegal immigration. He served in the district’s Springfield office until his appointment as United States Attorney.

    Since leaving active duty, Garrison has continued to serve in the Marine Corps Reserves. In 2014, he deployed to Afghanistan’s Helmand Province as the Chief of Operational Law for an eight-nation multinational force. Garrison is a distinguished graduate of both the Marine Corps’ Expeditionary Warfare School and Command and Staff College. He currently serves as Deputy Legal Counsel in the Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon. A lieutenant colonel, Garrison’s personal decorations include the Combat Action Ribbon, the Meritorious Service Medal, two Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medals, and the Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

    Garrison has received awards from the Army Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School for excellence in trial advocacy, and from the Missouri Bar Foundation for his appellate advocacy before the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.

    https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdmo/meet-us-attorney

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  14. andy says:

    interesting read. FISA recipe . Says the target must be actively engaged. 2005-2006 manafort issues are not active by any measures. https://epic.org/privacy/terrorism/fisa/fisa-recipe.pdf

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  15. Lurker2 says:

    Even WSJ Editorial Board is forced to admit this Mueller investigation is crap. https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-mystery-of-michael-flynns-guilty-plea-1525640861 Good article, surprisingly factual.

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  16. ladypenquin says:

    I’ll leave this here. Makes sense, and it involves Deep State characters McCabe and Comey:

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    • Bigdog35 says:

      The following is a @realdonaldJTrump from this morning, (May 7);

      “Lisa Page, who may hold the record for the most Emails in the shortest period of time (to her Lover, Peter S), and attorney Baker, are out at the FBI as part of the Probers getting caught? Why is Peter S still there? What a total mess. Our Country has to get back to Business!”

      VSG notes emails- not texts –

      Accident or message?

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  17. scott volz says:

    So everything we’ve all been talking about here now for months is more widely known to the extent Levin, Bongino, and diGenova are talking about it on Fox. People understand what Mueller is up to and what has been going on with the small group, etc. yet those that can do something about this are not doing anything! The democrat/Clinton side is completely protected from being investigated by Mueller. This is a coup against the president and the advice is to resist the coming subpoena! Is there nothing else we can do?

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    • Lurker2 says:

      What I hate is that until the Mueller investigation is completed Trump’s hands are tied and Sessions is useless. So Mueller will drag this thing out hoping for a Dem majority after the midterms, and longer if necessary. Meanwhile bilking taxpayers for his impeachment effort.

      Where IS Sessions?

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  18. Zimbalistjunior says:

    Sorry to post this here but I can’t find out the proper place.
    Try google vs yahoo search. Search term ‘ig report release date’.

    Does google stilk profess to not skew their search results against conservative sites?

    Wtf

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  19. j1u2l3i4a5 says:

    I was watching the video with Mark Levin and Dan and DiGenova and all of a sudden it is unavailable. What???? Even on YouTube!

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  20. Konamon says:

    Muelley is stuck. He can not go to court.

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  21. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Mark Levin is no longer a NTer

    Mr. Levin is now solidly in PDJT’s corner and not just because of his audience. He had about a 20 minute conversation in person with PDT at an event in the White House that VP Pence invited him to.

    His testimony of this is 1:08:00 – 1:12:00 of his radio show on Wednesday March 21, 2018. .

    “I like Donald Trump, I like him a lot…” ” I can identify with his defense of his enemies”
    “The more he is attacked, the more I like him”

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  22. Doug says:

    Levin calls out Mueller as a stupid old man.
    Levin, CTH, Bongino, Hannity, Sara Carter have been out in front and leading the way the whole time.

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  23. hardworkingsob says:

    Murderers Row: Mark Levin, Dan Bongino and Joe diGenova

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  24. Greg says:

    This is a coup attempt masterminded by the FBI/DOJ/IC in co-ordination with the MSM. At what point is the military requested to intervene to save the Republic?

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  25. MfM says:

    Dan is amazing, he’s pulling out names and connections without notes.

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  26. HickTick says:

    We got employees that think they get to chose who is president , not serve our nation . We are losing them , quit or fired , they will be indited soon . 18 US Code 2384 Seditious Conspiracy and Code 2385 should get the media leakers .

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  27. PatriotKate says:

    What if? What if? What if?

    Just a wild theory, but do you suppose it’s possible the DS is willing to take the FBI down in order to protect the Clinton’s?

    Every day brings more revelations of the depth of misdeeds tainting the entire organization. What if it leads to demands to close its doors? And, they do.

    Would that mean that the change would delay (forever) justice until a fully reorganized and cleaned out entity could be created?

    Justice delayed, thus Justice denied.

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  28. Fools Gold says:

    I have a better question than those raised about Trump. Can an ex President and they’re wife’s be made to appear before a grand jury for prosecution for treason? How about thru a military court? Can he/she/it refuse to appear & testify? I have two ex’s president’s specifically in mind.

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  29. Fools Gold says:

    Nunes is a cattle farmer by trade. Anytime a cattle farmer smells something dead on the ranch they get out an investigate. If the investigation reveals the death smell is your fold you arm up and go out looking for the rat that did it. Trouble is there are too many rats in the field to catch/kill all of them at once, and of course some might even get away scott free when he tries. Of course right now maybe he should just be happy killing off a few of them just to make himself feel better today. I’d be happy with those results right now. Of. Purse Nunes works in congress and none the help there have no balls. They’ve recused same as Sessions.

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  30. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    What is the ethics or crime if Contreras (Strzok’s friend) was the fisa judge and ruled on Flynn? Unless Judge Collyer is holding the original copy, different from the one redacted for Nunes, Democrats, msm and Paul Ryan will just shrug their shoulders.

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