Dan Bongino Discusses The FBI Operation Against Candidate Trump

Mr. Dan Bongino appears on Fox News Morning to discuss revelations about how the FBI conducted a politically motivated counterintelligence operation against Donald Trump.

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Bongino also discussed more details on his podcast – SEE HERE

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199 Responses to Dan Bongino Discusses The FBI Operation Against Candidate Trump

  1. Kris says:

    Dan Bongino blocked Sundance on twitter.What’s that about?

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    • Blue Ridge Mts Va says:

      Leeme guess? Sundance is smarter than Bongino.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      SD was trying to tell Dan that he was looking up the wrong tree. Dan got offended. They went back and forth about their sources and Dan came off like a prick by saying his voice and outreach is far bigger than SD.

      I give SD a lot of credit because he still highlights Dan on CTH, it is because SD is his primary source without admitting to it.

      Dan has the ear of a lot of people so SD is taking the higher road to make sure the truth gets out to the masses and justice is served!

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Yes, our Sundance is the bigger man.
        He always is.

        Similar thing happened with Levin, during the campaign when Levin was all in for Cruz.
        Sundance questioned him about something…and Levin had a hissy fit and proceeded to try to dox Sundance, which was a despicable thing to do.

        Sundance overlooks all that and posts Levin’s videos when he has something useful to say.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “when Levin was all in for Cruz.”

          Mr. Levin is now all in for PDJT. From my archived notes and posts:

          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.

          . https://youtu.be/NaKV9z2Zj8g

          “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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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            I’m glad he supports PDJT now. He has a one hour TV show on Sunday evenings on FOX, and the three or four times I have watched it the shows are excellent. Limited guests, deep dives into topics, thoughtful conversation.

            I supported Ted Cruz. (Yeah, I know, ICK.) I can say it was with a complete lack of enthusiasm, he just seemed the best of a bad lot. I had NEVER liked Donald Trump, ever, and could not understand why people were so gung ho about him.

            But all I knew about Donald Trump came from photos and stories in People magazine while at the dentist or getting my hair done. Frivolous playboy with multiple blonde trophy wives. Sniff. But once he started talking about illegal immigration, I started to pay attention.

            Anyway, my point is just that I can sympathize with someone who made a bad judgment call in the campaign since I did it myself. And I absolutely love PDJT and he impresses me more with each passing day. So I know that people can see the light because I did.

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            • Ad rem says:

              Eeks….this one’s “bin” a while. 😦

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            • mj_inOC says:

              You must not have watched Apprentice! Those 14 seasons of sharp, entertaining, thoughtful problem-solving, endeared DT and family to many Americans!

              Welcome aboard!

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              • Sylvia Avery says:

                No, I never watched The Apprentice. I remember people at work talking about it with great enthusiasm, but I couldn’t get past….Donald Trump? Why would I want to watch this playboy with the hair and all the blonde wives from foreign lands? Not interested.

                The joke’s definitely on me!

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            • eagle931 says:

              To Sylvia Avery: You said, “I supported Ted Cruz. (Yeah, I know, ICK.)”. You have nothing to be ashamed of for backing Ted Cruz at the time. I think that many others did prior to President Trump’s entry into the presidential race. In my case, I supported Ted Cruz because I did not see anyone else in the early-2015 slate of candidates who I could support. However, that support ended as soon as I saw Trump’s speech announcing his candidacy for the presidency. At that very moment I realized that he was the man to support, for he was clearly expressing, and without equivocation, what many of us were thinking. More importantly, his demeanor showed someone who was a fearless warrior willing to bring our country back from the edge of the cliff where it had been tottering under Obama.

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              • Sylvia Avery says:

                Man, I really struggled. I sure liked what DT had to say about things, especially illegal immigration, but I was so put off by his style of communicating in particular. I thought there was no way he could win.

                I was beside myself with angst over the election because I thought it was America’s Last Stand. I prayed a lot.

                During my prayers I kept hearing “flawed vessel” over and over and being led to thinking about all the stories in the Bible of men that God called for a purpose who were less than Hollywood Hero material. And also the recurring question, would I REALLY let myself dismiss someone because I didn’t like their style of speaking? That seemed awfully silly when I considered it.

                Between that, and all of those little moments during the campaign: the attack of harridan Megyn Kelly, Candidate Trump hopping over freeway barricades to enter a rally from the side door, the “Ben Carson moment” when he waited with him instead of rushing past him to get to the podium, well, I was in.

                But I kept praying. “Seriously, Lord? Donald TRUMP? Couldn’t you have sent us someone a little more godly?”

                I sure hope God has a sense of humor because if not I imagine I frustrate Him an awful lot. I’m so grateful He took the scales from my eyes and allowed me to see that as unlikely as it seemed to me, God had chosen Donald Trump for this time and place.

                PDJT is the perfect choice for this job at this time in history. Uniquely qualified. All of his qualities that I didn’t like turn out to be just what was needed. It all seems so clear, now.

                I may not have been smart enough to get it from the jump, but I am ON that Trump Train and it is the ride of a lifetime!

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                • piper567 says:

                  Sylvia, that was just a wonderful summary of what others I know went through with their eventual support of Trump for President.
                  Thanks for writing that out.
                  Sometimes you are just so doggone funny, its nice to read such a clear wrap-up from you as to why so many are now rabid Trump supporters.
                  And, incidentally, I also believe God gives us the vision we acquire…the reason is, as you say, you prayed and prayed.

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                • Sylvia Avery says:

                  Thanks Piper. My hope is just that people can accept that not everyone “got” PDJT right away but were able to get there eventually, like I did.

                  And even more, that we need to not give up on friends and relatives especially if they are low info people. I believe there is hope that they can get it.

                  For the hardcore Left I’m not so hopeful because they believe they are well informed, it’s just that they seem to only consult with hard Left sources.

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          • wheatietoo says:

            It’s good that Levin is finally onboard.

            I will keep trying to forget that he adamantly supported a candidate for President that was clearly ineligible for that office.

            Levin declared Cruz “eligible”…when he knows that he’s not.

            What’s worse, is that people took Levin’s word for it because he has built up a reputation of being a ‘constitutional scholar’.

            This is a stain on Levin that is hard to forget.
            But I will keep trying.

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            • sDee says:

              I followed Levin’s sleight of hand on eligibility very closely. RightScoop was shilling for him and Cruz then and they had all Levin’s self- contradictory sound bites on eligibility. They were deleted when I pushed for clarity.

              Levin turned to mental mush to trying to rationalize Cruz’s eligibility – intellectual dishonesty. I have never listened to him since.

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            • Shadrach says:

              Right there with you, even though Levin has done good lately. I did not know about this Bongino thing. Doesn’t make me think better of Bongino, but it does make me think even better of SD.

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            • G. Combs says:

              Levin is Controlled Opposition as is 99% of those in the media.

              Daily Caller, Lou Dobbs and Hannity are about the only ones I still have any respect for.

              Levin was also trying to SELL a Convention of the States to REWRITE the ENTIRE CONSTITUTION to cDeplorables as a means to add term limits to Congress. As a ‘Costitutional Scholar’ he knows darn well all you need is an AMENDMENT not a REWRITE!

              Publius Huldah on Dangers of “Convention of States”
              https://publiushuldah.wordpress.com/tag/article-v-convention/

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              • lokiscout says:

                No, Levin never advocated a “rewrite of the Constitution”! I find him palitable cometimes and a loon at others (most). But I can’t let that one pass. There is absolutely no provision for a Constitutional rewrite in the Constitution. There are only two provisions to amend it. One by Congressional proposal that has always been used and one by a Convention of States. Both require exactly the same process for ratification before becoming law.

                Ms Huldah is very suttle in injecting half truths and lies in her arguments against the COS including historical misrepresentation on how our Constitution came about. She plays on public mistrust, misunderstanding and fear of how a COS would work.

                We need changes to our Government that can only be addressed with Amendments to our Constitution and I for one don’t believe we can vote our way into a Congress that will provide those Amendments for redification.

                Our Founders gave us the tools knowing they had taken their best shot and wise enough to know they couldn’t think of everything or know how the world would change 200+ years in the future. They are gone now and it seems so is our gumption to pick up those tools and do what we know damn well needs to be done. Much easier to keep doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Keep sending the slickest liers to the swamp and expect them to fix the problems. Insanity!

                In my opinion Ms Huldal is the best shill the uniparty has for maintaining the status quo. One parting shot; I resent her co opting the title “Publius” the nome de plume of one of authors of the Federalist Papers. How pompous and self aggrandizing!

                Rant over until the topic emerges again.

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              • G. Combs says:

                Article. V
                “The Congress, whenever two thirds of both Houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or, on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States, shall call a Convention for proposing Amendments,
                which, in either Case, shall be valid to all Intents and Purposes, as Part of this Constitution, when ratified by the Legislatures of three fourths of the several States, or by Conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other Mode of Ratification may be proposed by the Congress; Provided that no Amendment which may be made prior to the Year One thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any Manner affect the first and fourth Clauses in the Ninth Section of the first Article*; and that no State, without its Consent, shall be deprived of its equal Suffrage in the Senate.

                http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/articlev.htm

                Seems pretty clear to me.
                In the first method Congress comes up with an Amendment. 2/3 of the house and 2/3 of the Senate approves THE Amendment and then it is sent to the states and 3/4 must approved it.

                In the other method 2/3 of the state Legislatures call for a Article V Convention. That Convention has the purpose of “proposing AmendmentS to the Constitution which are then sent back to the States for approval by three-fourths of the state legislatures. THE ONLY part of the Constitution off the table are “the first and fourth Clauses in the Ninth Section of the first Article” They already got rid of the states having “equal Suffrage in the Senate.” with Amendment 17 making the Senators election by the MOB instead of the state legislatures.
                …….

                ” Art. I, Sec. 9, clause 1: The Migration or Importation of such Persons as any of the States now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by the Congress prior to the Year one thousand eight hundred and eight.
                Art. I, Sec. 9, clause 4: No Capitation, or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or enumeration herein before directed to be taken.”

                So yes, an examination of the actual Article shows the ENTIRE Constitution with the exception of Art. I, Sec. 9, clause 1 and Art. I, Sec. 9, clause 4 CAN BE REWRITTEN in an Article V Convention of the States.

                The most damning evidence that Publius Huldah is correct is the ALTERNATE CONSTITUTION has already been prepared by the socialists.

                This article is from 2013 but don’t make the mistake of thinking it is no longer relevant. It most certainly is because the socialists NEVER EVER give up!!!!**

                “It was the Ford Foundation, in 1964, who funded and orchestrated the drafting of a new constitution for America. As mentioned, this was done via the tax-exempt Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, an offshoot of “The Fund for the Republic, Inc., which had been established with a $15 million grant from the Ford Foundation.
                This model constitution, drawing upon the efforts of more than 100 people, took ten years to write. The 40th draft was the one published in Rexford G. Tugwell’s book, “The Emerging Constitution.” The project cost $2.5 million per year, or a total of $25 million, and produced the Proposed Constitution for the New States of America. Tugwell was for Regional Governance. This is Communism in all its vicious and rotten glory.
                After the completion of the proposed New States Constitution (1974), Nelson Rockefeller, then president of the U.S. Senate, engineered the introduction of HCR 28 calling for an unlimited Constitutional Convention (Con-Con) in 1976. Public opposition defeated this effort so the convention backers then went to the states promoting a “limited convention” for the ostensible purpose of adding a balanced budget amendment. As I mentioned in Part 1 of this article, we defeated this effort as well.”
                https://freedomoutpost.com/constitutional-convention-call-redux-rexford-g-tugwell-the-newstates-constitution/
                ……………..

                The socialists NEVER EVER give up!!!!**
                An Example:
                Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, Tugwell stated,“[Our] future is becoming visible in Russia.” AND “Use of all land, public and private will be controlled by the federal government in the future.”
                “Land which cannot be operated effectively under private ownership will be held by the government as public forests, parks, game preserves, grazing ranges, recreation centers and the like,”
                January, 1934, the Phillip County News, Malta, Montana, article, “Tugwell Predicts New Regulations for Land With Federal Control.”

                Lo and behold we have BLM, The Biodiversity Treaty and UN Agenda 21. SEE: https://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com

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              • piper567 says:

                G., this site is a great resource for anyone grieved over the dearth of readily available info on what the Constitution actually, you know, Says.
                Really worthy of a bookmark imo.
                Thanks for calling it to attention again…
                This particular segment should be memorized by true Conservatives, as this dangerous option occasionally surfaces from the mouths of people who should know better.

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          • anniesezso says:

            Infadel, Levin supports Trump because that’s where the money is. His Cruz gig went south. Levin is a slimy media wh*re who took money from the establishment GOP and a former guaranteed student loan lender millionaire to obnoxiously sell Cruz as an eligible conservative. Guess he’s not as smart as he claims. Sundance wrote extensively about this. Rush was smarter. I put Levin in the same class as Beck and Eric the Red–untrustworthy buck chasers.

            http://dailycaller.com/2016/04/08/gop-establishment-money-funding-mark-levin-glenn-beck-erick-erickson-to-attack-trump/

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            • 1popefrancis says:

              You are a fool and so are others here. You and those who support the MAGA have real enemies and they should be your focus. The nit-picky, whiny I am so-offended attitude by many here is a wasted adventure. I like Hannity, I like Levin, I don’t like Hannity I don’t like Levi or I like Bongino – no he hurt SD’s feelings. Stop. Just. Stop. There are white hats and black hats…know your enemy. The fact that you do not agree with all allies in your camp is an eventuality – deal with it. Rush has done great work but so has Hannity, Levin, Bongino and now Carter and Jarrett of recent note. Point is we are on the same team…stop with the friendly fire. You want to shoot at Erickson, Will, Goldberg, Hayes or Kristol have at it they are traitors. But use some bloody discretion before you all go off half-cocked…

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              • anniesezso says:

                Half cocked, fools? You sound like one of the old rabid Levin shills. Yes, do know your enemy, exactly my point. Know who to trust and who to question. Be wary of all media–some more than others. Know the backstories. Some on CTH refuse to listen to any talkers so Sundance posts important clips and we talk about the talkers. Black hats and white hats, we talk about it all here. Who are you to dictate the conversation or proclaim sides or media motivation. If you don’t like a conversation, skip over it. Perhaps you should use some bloody discretion yourself before you go off half-cocked…

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                • lokiscout says:

                  He has a right to his opinion and I laud him for taking the time to present it knowing full well he will catch flack.

                  I’ll probably catch a little myself tonight.

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              • Howard Cosell says:

                Maybe not politically correct but I’m with you. The adolescent whining about people who are on the same team sometimes is too much to bear.

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                • lokiscout says:

                  1popefrancis and Howard make that three guess that makes us a crowd!
                  Seems to be a little more “in your face” posts than in the past. Still the top blog for analysis and facts on the Net and civility of most posters. .

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          • Donzo says:

            I just say it. It sure would be great if SD got the recognition he deserves. He’s light years ahead of the pack though that goes without saying here at CTH. The whole community is very impressive. The integrity I experience here at CTH that makes me proud to be American. OK, said it.

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          • mj_inOC says:

            So true… Levin was all in for Cruz…
            Though NOT eligible!

            … plus, Cruz Team sent out email and lied about Dr Carson the night before Iowa Caucus. He’s fortunate to have gotten Sarah’s support to be a Senator.

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            • lokiscout says:

              The Iowa Caucus is what caused me to drop Cruz like a hot potato. Easy to do with both Trump and Carson in the mix. After Iowa I was all in for Trump and never looked back. Best vote I ever cast and absolutely still pause every time I write “President” Trump!

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              • mj_inOC says:

                Are you in Iowa?
                Showed our Guernseys in 4-H as a kid at Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo!
                First All-American Guernsey from Maryland! Milking a herd of 84 @ 4am and 4pm was way my MIT engineer dad taught us responsibility! Sweet memories… but inland. Grateful to now be by majestic Monterey Bay!
                Chesapeake was beautiful too!

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                • lokiscout says:

                  No, I am a bit South of you on Pismo Beach!
                  Grew up on a farm in Southern Ohio so 4 AM brings back memories. Showed my prize Rabbits at the Harrison County Fair. Talk about serindippy, at the same time my Wife to be was showing her rabbits at the Kirn County Fair in CA! She got more trophies than I did! Oh well.. I forgave her!

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          • Trumpeter says:

            Never trust a never trumper. How much did he get paid to be a never trumper?
            If I was stranded on a desert island, with only one radio station, and Mark Levin was the broadcaster, I’d take up singing.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          I really tip my hat to SD because all he is after is the truth to be exposed and justice to be served. Ego means nothing to him!

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        • MacKenzie says:

          3 You are still worldly. For since there is jealousy and quarreling among you, are you not worldly? Are you not acting like mere humans? 4 For when one says, “I follow Paul,” and another, “I follow Apollos,” are you not mere human beings?

          5 What, after all, is Apollos? And what is Paul? Only servants, through whom you came to believe—as the Lord has assigned to each his task.

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        • Janie M. says:

          I remember that incident, wheatietoo. It really fried my buns. He was very denigrating, making snarky remarks about where SD was allegedly employed.

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        • Wheatie- many thanks for reminding us of recent past history.

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        • Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

          UGH I can’t stand Levin. And esp. since he attacked Sundance. When it serves Levin, he is for PDJT. Levin wants ratings, so he caters to the ProTrump crowd.

          I will never like Cruz.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Thanks for the explanation, Fle. I have enjoyed Dan Bongino’s analysis and commentary, so I am disheartened by this.

        Dan no doubt has his own sources, but I have certainly suspected for some time that he reads Sundance and makes use of his analysis.

        Dan has an audience and he does reach a lot of people. Now more than ever we need to unite instead of sniping at each other as I try to remind myself daily.

        If Sundance can swallow his ire and move forward keeping his eye on our mission to red pill America, then I’ll do my best to follow him. MAGA!

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        • DanO64 says:

          This is why I don’t care for Bongino. Never gives proper credit. He also said about SD ” I know who you are.” That was a threat to me.

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          • Howard Cosell says:

            You are a parrot – keep saying the same things over and over. Yeah buddy can’t trust bognino because he doesn’t credit Sundance. Absolutely childish.

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          • steph_gray says:

            Actually Dan B has credited sundance quite a few times in his podcasts. Just a statement of fact, not taking sides. I enjoy both very much but for entirely different reasons. Sundance is emperor of the written word and Dan B very entertaining at the spoken ones.

            Between them both and all the other MAGA stalwarts the swamp may just get drained! My humble opinion: Have more popcorn, watch the epic unfold, educate people wherever possible, vote, donate, and work for candidates. (Unfortunately I can’t do much useful of the last since I live in blue MA, but I plan to donate a bit wherever my limited funds can reach…)

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Forget about Borgino…….Maria……..grrrrrr……

          Hey Syl……Zinke laid a pretty good lip lock on his wife…..are you OK😎

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            That is one lucky woman!

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          • lokiscout says:

            I was about to call “At Ease” on you Gunny but then Sylvia chimed in so I guess I’ll settle for “Parade Rest”!

            Great to hear from two of my favorite Treepers. Always good for a smile or a good old fashioned “Roller” on occasion.

            As for SD/Levin/Borgino, I’ll listen to all and make up my own mind. Won’t be the first time I had friends who couldn’t get along.

            And, Sylvia, You should have seen me in my “Dress Blues” back in the day! 😉 At least my Girlfriend liked them! Became my wife for 451/2 years!

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Beautifully said! You wrote an incredible response to a post I shared about stepping back, enjoying the wins and most importantly realizing that we are on the same side l

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        • tdaly14 says:

          Dan has many sources as well, and he credits CTH too. He credits many. He’s a good guy, don’t always agree with him, but he’s still a good man and on our side.

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        • Sylvia- great post, especially the sniping part. I have come to like Dan more each day, bot I will not tolerate ANY attacts on our Hero Sundance regardless of where they come from.

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        • deepdivemaga says:

          I listen to Dan’s podcasts and he has been giving TheConservativeTreehouse shoutouts here and there. Not as much as SD deserves, but Dan gave credit to this site.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “They went back and forth ”

        Another reason why “social media” is not for me. Too hard to stay “cool, calm and collected” 100% of the time.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          True but that is why I give SD major props for not letting it stop him from putting Dan on CTH.

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          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            “give SD major props for not letting it stop him from putting Dan on CTH. ”

            2Corinthians 2:10 To whom ye forgive any thing, I forgive also: for if I forgave any thing, to whom I forgave it, for your sakes forgave I it in the person of Christ; 11 Lest Satan should get an advantage of us: for we are not ignorant of his devices.

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          • rds says:

            Sundance does not succumb to genetic fallacy. He assess claims and information based on merit, current meaning or context, not on someone’s or something’s history, origin, or source. He stands out in this regard.

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          • WES says:

            Flep: One thing I see is SD is a very good writer who stays on target and clearly gets to the point using the print media. SD excells at print media!

            Dan Bongino however is a very good speaker who stays on target and gets to the point but in a visual and verbal media. Dan excells in visual and verbal media!

            There is no real conflict because each excells in a different sphere of media! So I see them as complimenting each other. In some ways 1 + 1 = 3! I am sure SD has his moments with Dan borrowing his stuff without asking. But in the end probably decided the more who know about this criminal investigation the better so has tolerated underhanded Dan’s monkey business.

            I suspect SD, like myself, isn’t as comfortable in visual or verbal media. I indentify more with SD and print media because in my last career I got stuck with writing technical manuals. I sure as hell never used my voice in training videos! I preferred organizing and creating print media/illustrations/photos/technicaldrawings. The behind the scenes stuff! If I was working on this criminal investigation I would fit best into an outofsight IG group!

            Just to let you know I don’t consider myself to be a very good writer especially compared to SD! I failed English and spelling every year in grade school but my parents (Father) always twisted the teacher’s thumbs down into a thumbs up! My Father was very well educated and the teachers knew it just by talking to him!

            Growing up I always complained to my Father that I couldn’t write! His reply was always the same! “You will make a good engineer!” Little did I know God was determined to make me write and write and write! First engineering reports! Then mining shovel and dragline manuals! Then injection molding machine manuals! Then robot manuals! Then have them all translated into about a dozen different foreign languages! Such was God’s life long punishment for me not being able to write! And thank God for inventing spell check!

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      • honestyoz says:

        SD you are a patriot! A legend journo. Thank you.

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      • helix35 says:

        That’s why I’m so comfortable with SD. Ego always takes a back seat to truth and facts.

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      • Mary Ann says:

        Pride always get’s in the way of integrity..

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      • Newt Love says:

        Bongino is a brand. He needs to “up” his brand, so he can make more money in his appearances, and charge more for adverts on his blog.

        While also a brand, SunDance is anonymous, meaning that (s)he does not make appearances on FoxNews (earning $150 – 250K per appearance) or any other such lucrative possibilities. SD is more altruistic. (G-d Bless You, SD!)

        That kinda puts Bongino in a new light, yes?

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      • jello333 says:

        Yeah, there’s a few people like this. Super big-headed, and they act like total idiots when it comes to anyone else knowing more than them, and are VERY reluctant to give credit where due. But at the same time, they help more than they hurt, and are (for the most part) “on our side”. So I just kinda have to bite my tongue when it comes to people like that. My instinct is to slam them for their ungrateful attitude toward Sundance, but I know I’m better off just letting it slide.

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    • Carrie says:

      Dan Bongino is ridiculous. Bet he still reads all of the articles though.

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      • Stormyeyes says:

        He has many sources within the secret service. He knows quite a bit, and is a Patriot.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          And I am more convinced every day that we can’t afford internal squabbling and infighting. We need to focus everything we’ve got on MAGA and fighting for our Republic no matter what juvenile crap someone pulls.

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          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            “we can’t afford internal squabbling and infighting.”

            2Corinthians 2:11 Lest Satan should get an advantage of us: for we are not ignorant of his devices.

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        • Cathy M. says:

          He may have a lot of good sources within USSS but that does not translate into being adept in connecting all the dots (investigator)

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          • cali says:

            @Cathy M: ^^^^This! 🙂

            Case in point: Watching the video where Dan shares his opinion with the Fox crew I detected that he did not yet quite put it together missing some details that would strengthen his argument.

            Sundance on the other hand has already flipped the page and needled even more details into the overall scheme in their ‘insurance policy’ that goes deeper and deeper into a dark rabbit hole by the intelligence apparatus conceived treasonous conspiracy against president-elect DT and later president Trump.
            A scheme designed to destroy, frame, accuse, distort and attempt to remove a duly elected president that was not a member of their club.

            Sundance continuous addition filling in the gaps to complete this massive conspiracy that appears to have had more and more moving parts as it continues to unravel. The end of this jigsaw puzzle is not yet ready although Sundance sees the horizon as he directs the sunlight were it needs to shine.

            That is the difference between Sundance and Dan because this video makes clear that there is a bit of fog in Dan’s way. 🙂

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      • Carrie says:

        Bongino is trying to go commando. But he can’t do all of this sleuthing alone. He needs a team. Sundance doesn’t even court publicity like Bongino- he just wants the information out. Surely Bongino can find a way to keep his ego in check and play nice. There is too much riding on all of this for people to start silly fights, the information has to be found and spread to others or they get away with this.

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      • Newt Love says:

        > “Dan Bongino … Bet he still reads all of the articles though.”

        Yeah, well I hope that one of his interns reads the comments, and makes a report to Bongino about the contents!

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    • lorendean01 says:

      AT&T has the ability to hack the Trump Tower using Channel 14 Broadband over the Powerlines with Firstnet.gov legislated in 2012 under the middle class tax relief bill. Sony and Samsung smart cameras all feed through Channel 14 AT&T to the FBI Data center at 1000 Custerhollow Road WV and FBI Mega Data center Philadelphia and the Fusion Joint Terrorism Task Force Center off the first exit of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel in Redhook on the gowanus canal set up by NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly in 2002

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  2. Blue Ridge Mts Va says:

    The blankety blank FBI needs to be brought to justice! When,,when will it happen??

    Liked by 5 people

    • scott467 says:

      “The blankety blank FBI needs to be brought to justice! When,,when will it happen??”

      ________________

      Pretty soon now, could be. Just a little while longer. It’s just over yonder. Somewhere over the rainbow. Down the road a spell. Up around the bend. Won’t be much longer now. Should be any day now, mebbe.

      Take it slow, it’ll work itself out fine, all we need is just a little patience.

      And time goes by so slowly, And time can do so much. Anticipation is makin’ me wait. Everyday, it’s a gettin’ closer, goin’ faster than a roller coaster. Just sittin’ on the dock of the bay, wastin’ time. When will those clouds all disappear? Sweet dreams and flying machines in pieces on the ground.

      Bad news, bad news, Come to me where I sleep. Turn, turn, turn again. Sayin’ one of your friends, Is in trouble deep… Turn, turn to the rain And the wind.

      Nobody’s fault but mine. Up ahead in the distance, I saw a shimmering light, My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim, I had to stop for the night.

      Like a bird on a wire. The times they are a changin’. Try (just a little bit harder). Walkin’ after midnight. Take a sad song and make it better. Let the midnight special, shine a light on me.

      Turn the page.

      Morning has broken.

      Here comes the sun.

      Rise up this mornin’, Smile with the risin’ sun. Three little birds, pitch by my doorstep.

      Poems, prayers and promises, and things that we believe in.

      What a wonderful world this would be 🙂

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      • dutzie60 says:

        scott, I don’t think you missed any – good job! 🙂

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      • steph_gray says:

        Great post!! Bunch of tunes in there I’ve played over the years. Especially love the tune with the refrain “Turn turn to the rain and the wind.” Bob Dylan’s “Percy’s Song,” covered in the 60’s by Fairport Convention (Sandy Denny, Richard Thompson).

        A song about a cruel judge and miscarriage of justice. Interesting…

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      • Mary Ann says:

        Now there is a radio playin’ in my head.. and someone keeps turning the dial.. 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      • Newt Love says:

        “Perfect” is the enemy of good enough.

        As a Former Marine, and the many war fighters that I’ve supported as a DoD Contractor, the main point is “I can’t wait for “perfect” ! I need something NOW! If you have something better than 75%, then give it to me, for me to use NOW!”

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        • lokiscout says:

          ” Better is the enemy of good enough.”
          Dan Dolden Milstar Program Manager, TRW Space and Technology VP, Director of NASA (GHW Bush and Clinton Administrations)
          I worked his program and heard it practically every monthly review!

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  3. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I listen to Bongino’s podcast daily. Yesterday’s podcast was especially good. He connected some of the dots that I had not known about. I need to listen to it again because the Swamp is so big and so deep.

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    • Firefly says:

      I like how Bongino references good articles from reputable reporters who work hard to be accurate and provide a lot of details. Sometimes they are the same articles Sundance references but often Bongino’s reporting has been explaining the connecting of dots I hadn’t heard before. It’s good to hear different perspectives – even if many in the conservative media come to the same conclusions.

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      • Tegan says:

        Firefly…plus, you are listening to one and reading the other. As most know, we all learn faster, better, more easily in different ways. For many, it’s visual…have to see it. For others, it’s audio.
        So, the point is…as long as we are learning it really shouldn’t matter from whom or by what method.

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        • lokiscout says:

          As I posted earlier I read listen and watch all three. It isn’t the first time I had friends who couldn’t get along but at least I know I’m not in an echo chamber!

          Suspect this part of the thread has gotten much more attention than SD, Bongino or Levin would encourage.

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  4. fleporeblog says:

    The CIA asset comes from Great Britain 🇬🇧! This has absolutely nothing to do with protecting his safety. It has everything to do with protecting the British Government’s involvement from the very beginning.

    I have said and will continue to say that our President never steps foot in the UK 🇬🇧! Halper, MI6 and the Government were all involved in setting up the “Insurance Policy” for Brennan and ultimately the FBI.

    Their nightmare had occurred in the Brexit vote. They never ever imagined that it would win. They never in their right minds expected HRC to lose. Their plan was to use her victory to show that there wasn’t a Populist Movement. They would have used the British Parliament to kill it.

    It was an easy fix for their situation! Keep in mind the Great Admiral put a stop to their usage of the NSA database in April of that year. Brennan and his cronies could rely on the British to still access it since they have the ability to do so.

    Slowly but surely the world is going to find out about ALL of it!

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    • MaineCoon says:

      You have detailed this exactly as I believe too. The CIA American living in UK is the smaller fish. The British spy agencies and select government officials were involved in this conspiratorial plan to influence the USA election and take down a sitting President. We own UK nothing. Exposed all of it. The Brits need to know what they are dealing with which is no different than the mess we have here. Expose all of it. May POTUS never set foot in England.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Yes, Fle…the UK is a fetid nest of vipers, and it distresses me to think of our President setting foot there at this dangerous time.

      I hope he postpones his trip.
      At least until all this treachery is exposed.

      But he is fearless.
      So he may go ahead and go.
      It presents him with the opportunity to speak some unfiltered Truth to the people there, which I would imagine, he sees as a valuable reason to go.

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      • jahealy says:

        Isn’t the wedding of Prince Harry and Miss Thing coming up here soon?

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Is it?
          Sorry, I haven’t been paying attention to that whole mess.

          Liked by 5 people

          • WSB says:

            The Seventeenth. We will need to up at 4:30 AM.

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            • Deplorable_Infidel says:

              ” need to up at 4:30 AM”

              I drink a LOT of water all day long, so the only reason I am going to get up at 4:30 AM (unless I am going on a fishing trip) is to expel some of that water. I pause my computer, which will be playing the KJV bible read by Alexander Scourby. When I restart Youtube, I will then check to see if there were any middle of the night posts here on CTH or if I have any email from Italy (or rarely London).

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              • WSB says:

                Ha! Some of us peak at wedding dresses!

                When Diana was married, I set up hors d’oeuvres and champagne, took the day off and watched the whole wedding! Same thing with PT’s inauguration.

                This one, not as much interest, but a few Americans still love the pomp and circumstance.

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              • Wink says:

                KJV of the Bible read by Alexander Scourby sounds heavenly. I must check that out. 🙂

                Liked by 1 person

              • piper567 says:

                Deplorable, do you know if Scourby’s reading of KJV is available in some form?
                I listen to him every day on a BBN affiliate…which incidentally fans of older (traditional)
                Christian music and Hymns should look into…and i would love to have CDs for the car.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          I think so. But the press was enthusiastically reporting that Miss Libtard Thing is, well, a libtard, so the Trumps were emphatically NOT invited. Whatever. I don’t know if it is true or not.

          I’ve kind of had my fill of the UK. They aren’t the boss of us. They lost that battle a couple hundred years ago. I don’t admire how they have been running their country.

          I was really, really pulling for them over the Brexit vote but they seem to have lost that even though they won. The whole ridiculous Muslim invasion, their gun ban, followed by knife bans, the endless scoldings from Teresa May, and now finding out that the UK government was most likely conspiring with American traitors in a coup d’tat against the last, best hope for humanity has kind of turned my stomach.

          It’s a good thing they don’t need the US to help them repel the Germans or anything. I’m not sure how that would work out in 2018.

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          • WSB says:

            I believe this all ties into the Iran deal. I believe everyone is getting their fair share of the pallets.

            Liked by 9 people

          • piper567 says:

            Sylvia, always take a gander at Katie Hopkins if you wish a great perspective on UK.
            She’s another fearless warrior.

            Liked by 11 people

            • Sylvia Avery says:

              She is awesome, isn’t she? What a brave woman she is.

              Liked by 8 people

            • Sylvia Avery says:

              And I do realize, when I take a moment to calm down, that most likely the UK’s version of the Silent Majority are probably none too happy with any of this stuff, either. Sort of like how I felt with BO running the ship of state. Or Valerie Jarrett. Or whoever it really was calling the shots.

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              • okapisage says:

                Absolutely! I’ve spent a lot of time in the UK, and all of the ordinary people I run into are solidly pro-Trump! They go out of their way to tell me how much they like him!

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              • Deplorable_Infidel says:

                ” BO running the ship of state. Or Valerie Jarrett. Or whoever it really was calling the shots.”

                Probably VJ

                https://ellacruz.org/2018/04/06/1537/

                “Did you know five Iranian women controlled Obama’s White House? 4 of them were related to (NIAC), National Iranian American Council, the same organization which crafted the Uranium deal between Iran and the United States….”

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          • Michael says:

            Essex Police shared a similar image and story on their website on August 1st. In that story, a leader of Southend’s Local Policing Team is quoted as saying “the amnesty bin is an opportunity for those people to dispose of the burden of carrying a knife anonymously.”

            But they didn’t stop there. Apparently, a representative of Only Cowards Carry, the organization backed by local police and that administers the bin program, is not satisfied just collecting pocket knives. They are now urging citizens to surrender their kitchen knives as well. “I urge everybody to keep an eye on what they have in their kitchen and dispose of it properly,” they say.

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          • JonMaxwell says:

            We did not just beat them once with a rag tag bunch of conservative misfits, we did it twice

            Liked by 5 people

          • Patriot1783 says:

            After the way Prince Harry who wore the Nazi uniform for one halloweeen is and yukked it up with obama during a visit….
            no thanks, I’ll sleep in.

            Liked by 2 people

            • Sylvia Avery says:

              Oh yeah, big buddies with Obama (gag) which just goes to show there is something wrong. Initially, I thought I heard that BO was invited to the wedding or was expected to be but with the announcement that no pols are being invited hopefully that means no BO and The Mooch can return her voluminous “gown” to Omar the tent maker.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Sorry for the rant, jahealy. Not aimed at you by any means, just venting my anger at the UK.

          Liked by 3 people

        • LannyD says:

          Yes, their totals get our C list actresses. Seems about right.

          Liked by 1 person

        • donna kovacevic says:

          Yes May 19th I heard.

          Liked by 1 person

      • fleporeblog says:

        I am praying that he never goes! I fear for his life there because their security will be permitted to carry.

        Liked by 14 people

    • Minnie says:

      Well stated!

      Thank you.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Keep in mind the Great Admiral put a stop to their usage of the NSA database in April of that year.”

      They still had access to the CIA database. I believe the NSA’s is larger, though. I also believe that the data has to be moved from the NSA to the CIA, so would does that and who determines what gets put in the CIA /Amazon cloud? Please see my post on the other thread for the link:

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/05/12/hindsight-revelations-devin-nunes-april-22nd-there-were-no-official-intelligence-channels-used-to-start-trump-investigation/#comment-5370485

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    • scott467 says:

      “Slowly but surely the world is going to find out about ALL of it!”

      ________________

      I’m okay with quickly and surely.

      Just sayin’…

      Liked by 4 people

    • Sound An Alarm says:

      Yes, this British gov’t. is not our partner anymore. We are back to 1812.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Winning Inc. says:

    Bongino cites what Sundance pointed out months ago here on the Comey cover-up: why wasn’t there congressional oversight? It took the youngest member of congress, Elise Stefanik, to ask that critical question. All Comey could mumble was because of the sensitivity of the matter. Busted.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “It took the youngest member of congress, Elise Stefanik, to ask that critical question.”

      As Mr. Mark Levin pointed out right after he became aware of this questioning and testimony, Ms. Stefanik really did not realize the significance of what she just did there. She could have really “ripped him a new one” then and there – IF she pursued questioning along that matter, rather than move on to some other questions she had prepared for herself.

      Liked by 5 people

      • DanO64 says:

        Gowdy prepared that question. Bet?

        Liked by 3 people

        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          I don’t know, if he did, why not place the follow up questions to nail Mr. Comey right then and there? We will probably never know, all we have to be grateful for is that the truth will come out.

          1Thessalonians 5:18 In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.

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      • Winning Inc. says:

        I agree, but I’m glad she revealed what she did from Comey. And nobody else who questioned Comey after her bothered to rip into him either when she set the stage.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “And nobody else who questioned Comey after her bothered to rip into him either when she set the stage.”

          That also is a very valid point – people that have been there a lot longer and with more knowledge of the oversight responsibilities.

          Swamp watching and protecting the swamp….

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      • RedBallExpress says:

        I caught a Pastor lying and I thought what he was doing was so obvious that after I pointed it out I moved on to other things. It turned out no one else understood that he was calling a library stamp an official seal on a document that was basically worthless. I still can not believe I was the only one that realized it was a library stamp and it took several days of explaining before anyone else understood what had happened. I should have drilled him unmercifully at the time.

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    • Firefly says:

      Yes I like how Bongino brings up old clips like this from time to time just like Sundance does. There is so much going on recently it’s easy to forget some older postings to connect dot. I noticed recently, when a lot was comming out, someone on twitter reminded Sundance on an old post he did a while back that was relevant now and Sundance thanked him for pointing it out. With so much information coming out on a complex case it’s easy to miss some of the subtle dot connections.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “There is so much going on recently it’s easy to forget some older postings”

        A thousand minds are better than one. We probably have over 10,000 here on a regular basis now.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      This very important line of questioning was first brought to our attention by a very astute Treeper (name I can’t recall). Real time, as the committee hearing was proceeding, this Treeper noted the importance of this question. Sundance picked up on it (attributed it to a Treepr) and the rest is history. Bongino, Levin and everyone else caught on to the importance of this single question !

      We have a bunch of very smart dedicated patriots. Let’s not fight among ourselves.

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        They coattail on Sundance all the time. So does Rush. it’s all part of winning. It’s all part of being ahead of the pack. I get a thrill when I listen to Rush say something that Sundance said weeks earlier.

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  6. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Bongino also discussed more details on his podcast ”

    You can go back and see more awesome details for the past month with his “connecting the dots” with all these “players” moving around, especially the lawyers. His broadcasts run about an hour and are available from his website and on YouTube. Summaries are available for each show, as well as links and his notes.

    It is refreshing to seem him in this situation, rather than part of a short clip on another subject where he cannot delve into everything he knows (that has been revealed on his shows).

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  7. This is a short one, but very important

    Liked by 8 people

    • Bob Thoms says:

      Why do Q supporters always inject him into threads? This video statement by Q is about the Iran deal. What does it have to do with Bongino and the operation against Trump?

      Why do Q supporters try to hijack our threads?

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  8. trapper says:

    “Human intelligence asset.” Hmmmmmm. Is that anything like an “under-cover employee”? Somebody comes immediately to mind. I think we may need to reconsider whether he was indeed a plant, used to put bugged binders into the campaign offices just as he did with the earlier op the FBI used him for, and whether the FISA warrant was used as cover for the information he had been obtaining.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/02/05/in-march-2016-carter-page-was-an-fbi-employee-in-october-2016-fbi-told-fisa-court-hes-a-spy/

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    • trapper says:

      Oh, and by the way, I leave open the possibility that he never knew any of the binders were bugged. “Here. Put those papers in this pretty BLUE binder.” “Duhh…OK.”

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  9. Michael says:

    I can read a lot faster than most people can talk.
    I simply don’t have time to listen to more than a short clip now and then.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. MfM says:

    Dan isn’t dumb but he was stupid with regards to Sundance.

    As others have said it’s important to not let grudges get in the way of information. Dan is spreading the word about what is going on in ways that are getting attention. Sundance is also doing it, but at a more stealth level. It’s pretty clear that a lot of people are reading TCTH… and often not giving credit.

    With Levin I take what he says with a grain of salt. I don’t like him and his ridiculous support of Cruz.

    Bongino is articulate, has a good memory and can pull facts and names together when he is being interviewed. I’ve never seen him flustered or at a loss for comment.

    I think they both have good sources, but I think Sundance has many more and not just in the obvious places. Sundance has an army who connect dots because of things they have read, seen or heard.

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  11. b123 says:

    Kerry and Obama are braking tradition and law going against WH on Iran deal bc they are afraid of what angry Iranians will tell about their bribes more than they are afraid of Trump.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Tom says:

    Would anyone like to take a guess as to who SD is?

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Dutchman says:

    TOM :VSGPDJT?

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  14. lokiscout says:

    Well Guys and Gals it is 1:22 AM on the Left Coast and I have a Brunch engagement later this morning so please forgive me for retiring early.

    Been fun and thanks for all the likes and the good conversation for those who enjoined!
    The Loki Scout/

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  15. MVW says:

    1. So, the FBI has been corrupted down to the agent level. That spans management from the top down.
    2. Dan pointed out that the CIA has to use the FBI to enable their operations. So, the CIA has to corrupt the FBI to break out of their legal constraint, which they did.
    3. This is not new, in fact this must have been in place… decades? Started with Shrub Sr. ?
    4. What agency can investigate FBI, CIA? How can these traitors be prosecuted if the DOJ is corrupted?
    5. If the corruption spans Shrub Sr. to present that is 3 decades. We are talking multiple careers, time to completely corrupt the whole law enforcement arm of the Gruberment.

    I never imagined how bad this corruption is, and the Shrubs have been intimate with the Saudis since day 1 of Shrub Sr.

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  16. Lynn Martin says:

    CIA-MI6 asset Stefan Halper is the Mole FBI Comey planted in Trump’s campaign

    Stefan Halper was placed by James Comey to create connections between the Trump campaign and operatives associated with Russia in a way to make Trump look dirty.

    US Intelligence bypassed the US laws to do this and are still doing it now by running a Mueller probe that serves only to hide all of this wrongdoing while attempting to create charges on the president. The Mueller probe as outlined by Rosenstein is a continuation of the same dirty FBI counterintelligence operation yet given a legal aspect to legitimize and expand it.

    The creation of The Insurance Policy involved MI6 man Christopher Steele being paid by Hillary Clinton and the DNC to create the Dossier. Steele was aided by Russian turncoat spy Sergei Skripal. Skripal, and his daughter Yulia have now been taken out and disappeared with a fake poisoning, blaming Russia, after MI6 found that he had asked Putin to be permitted to return home to Russia.

    The dossier was handed to CIA Director John Brennan, who recruited Stefan Halper to lure Trump campaign volunteer George Papadopoulos to London. Halper paid $3,000 to Papadopoulos for a research paper. Then Halper snared Carter Page, lured him to London and worked to set him up.

    Brennan couldn’t use so-called foreign intelligence to investigate Trump so his method was to have John McCain deliver the dossier to James Comey who used it to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on the presidential campaign.

    After Trump won the election Clapper leaked news of the dossier to CNN, CNN later hired him. Clapper and Brennan regularly supply CNN with intelligence leaks using fellow conspirators inside the agencies.

    George Papadopoulos’ testimony quietly exposed Halper as being a mole by revealing what Halper had been up to, and Carter Page’s testimony did the same.

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  17. Obs says:

    What is it with US justice? McCabe and Comey and Hillary can be charged today with available evidence and their public confessions.
    Those charges will not diminish future possible charges. These matter are at least a year old.

    The famous Mann vs Steyn suing is in it’s 5 th year from memory, while a judge gets paid for not deciding discovery. So what’s a year plus in the bureaucratic mind?

    The Establishment hope many things will never be definitively decided. T’was ever thus.

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  18. CNN_sucks says:

    Dan Bongino has to show some humility once awhile. He comes across Mr angry know it all. He must be taking same prick pill called ‘arrogance’ that Comey is taking. Too many of them in federal gov where he came from. That’s why the country is a mess.

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  19. Greg says:

    I’ve posted this comment a couple of times in recent stories, but I think it is really worthwhile bringing to peoples attention.

    This guy has consistently presented a plausible and unique narrative view on the Mueller, Trump Russia Investigation. He has 4 videos here that outline his take on it. He’s an ordinary guy so his videos are not professional, literally just him talking in his house. But I urge you to check them out…Because he makes a lot of sense and he steps through the entire timeline to build a quite different picture to what a lot of people might expect.

    https://gab.ai/tv/watch/13719
    https://gab.ai/tv/watch/13735
    https://gab.ai/tv/watch/13731
    https://gab.ai/tv/watch/13739

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