John Solomon Discusses FBI Approaching Oleg Deripaska in September 2016, for Help Framing Trump-Russia Investigation…

In a very weird series of events journalist John Solomon published an article in The Hill. Despite the content directly relating to new and stunning revelations about an FBI operation in 2009; the connection to the current Russia investigation by Robert Mueller; and their use of a Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska in both investigations; the Hill Editors filed the article under “opinion”.

Secondly, after the original article was published, John Solomon gained new information about the FBI contacting Oleg Deripaska in September of 2016; before the election and before the FBI gained a FISA warrant against Carter Page and the Trump Campaign. Instead of a new article, four paragraphs were inserted as an “update” to the original content. Very weird decisions.  – READ ARTICLE HERE

The discoveries and the story by Solomon carry huge ramifications; yet it appears there is an intentional effort by The Hill to bury the details.  Something very sketchy is afoot.

John Solomon appeared on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show to discuss the story:

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200 Responses to John Solomon Discusses FBI Approaching Oleg Deripaska in September 2016, for Help Framing Trump-Russia Investigation…

  1. covfefe999 says:

    The MSM does tend to bury all of the real news in the Op-Ed sections, don’t they.

    I have to imagine that there are some good reporters working for all of the MSM outlets who would love to dig into this scandal but are prevented from doing so by their management. Somehow Kimberly Strassel has broken free.

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    • Jan says:

      John Solomon has been attacked by his fellow reporters on “The Hill” and was off the reporter list for a while as he was viewed as being too pro-Trump by his peers. Solomon, Strassel & Sara Carter are very good reporters who probably get goaded a lot for their “honest” reporting, honesty being they do what journalists used to do–investigation, confirming sources, etc. That’s not to say that they’ve not been lead astray by leakers, but they exhibit honesty traits that few reporters on the Left can claim.

      This story is another example of MUELLER HAVING MORE TIES TO RUSSIA THAN Pres. Trump. Please, Please, Please, IG Horowitz…let the games begin very very soon.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “MUELLER HAVING MORE TIES TO RUSSIA THAN Pres. Trump.”

        Saved this section from another Treeper in a *.doc just for occasions like this:

        https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/03/21/small-group-leadership-andrew-mccabe-coordinated-investigations-of-incoming-trump-administration-officials/comment-page-2/#comment-5151452

        I wrote a piece today titled: “Robert Mueller’s Financial Ties To Russia And Other High Crimes”, at this link:http://4wardcomm.wordpress.com with supporting links documenting the numerous crimes, for those of you that might feel so inclined.

        Mueller’s Russian Financial Interests With Links to George Soros
        Ahh, The Complicated and Shady World Of Hedge Funds…
        There are multiple open source articles available that prove Robert Mueller’s possibly criminal financial ties to Russia that supports the numerous “Conflict Of Interest” claims on top of the ones of Political Bias made obvious by the Clinton Crony Special Council Team he assembled.

        JasonF says:
        April 26, 2018 at 8:08 am
        In the above comments, people have cited the article “Robert Mueller: Unmasked“, by Congressman Louie Gohmert. The article includes a section that partially explains what Mueller did, when he was the FBI Director, to make the FBI systemically more corrupt and incompetent. That section is especially important; it is excerpted below.
        ______________________________________________________________
        MUELLER’S FIVE YEAR UP-OR-OUT POLICY

        In federal law enforcement, it takes a new federal agent or supervisor about five years or so after arriving at a newly assigned office to gain the trust and respect of local law officers. That trust and respect is absolutely critical to doing the best job possible. Yet new FBI Director Robert Mueller came up with a new personnel policy that would rid the FBI of thousands of years of its most invaluable experience.

        In a nutshell, after an FBI employee was in any type of supervisory position for five years, he or she had to either come to Washington to sit at a desk or get out of the FBI. In the myriad of FBI offices around the country, most agents love what they do in actively enforcing the law. They have families involved in the community; their kids enjoy their schools; and they do not want to move to the high cost of living in Washington, DC, and especially not to an inside desk job.
        What occurred around the country was that agents in charge of their local offices got out of the FBI and did something more lucrative. Though they really wanted to stay in, they were not allowed to do so if they were not moving to DC. Agents told me that it was not unusual for the Special Agent in Charge of a field office to have well over 20 years of experience before the policy change. Under Mueller’s policy that changed to new Special Agents in Charge having five to ten years of experience when they took over.

        If the FBI Director wanted nothing but “yes” men and women around the country working for him, this was a great policy. Newer agents are more likely to unquestioningly salute the FBI Mecca in Washington, and the Director, and never boldly offer a suggestion to fix a bad idea and Mueller had plenty of them. Whether it was wasting millions of dollars on a software boondoggle or questionable personnel preferences, agents tell me Mueller did not want to hear from more experienced people voicing their concerns about his ideas or policies.
        An NPR report December 13, 2007, entitled, “FBI’S ‘Five-And-Out’ Transfer Policy Draws Criticism” dealt with the Mueller controversial policy:

        “From the beginning of this year (2007) until the end of September (2007), 576 agents found themselves in the five-and-out pool. Less than half of them — just 286 — opted to go to headquarters; 150 decided to take a pay cut and a lesser job to stay put; 135 retired; and five resigned outright.”

        In the period of nine months accounted for in this report, the FBI ran off a massive amount of absolutely priceless law enforcement experience vested in 140 invaluable agents. For the vast part, those are the agents who have seen the mistakes, learned lessons, could advise newer agents on unseen pitfalls of investigations and pursuit of justice. So many of these had at least 20-30 years of experience or more. The lessons learned by such seasoned agents were lost as the agents carried it with them when they left.

        In the 2007 NPR report, the FBI Agents Association indicated that the Five-Year-Up-or-Out program hobbles field offices and takes relationships forged there for granted. In other words, it was a terrible idea.

        The incalculable experience loss damages the FBI by eliminating those in the field in a position to write to or meet with the FBI Director to advise him against some of the mounting judgment errors on his part which were listed in the NPR article. But this was not the only damage done.
        If an FBI Director has inappropriate personal vengeance in mind or holds an inappropriate prejudice such as those that infamously motivated Director J. Edgar Hoover, then the older, wiser, experienced agents were not around with the confidence to question or guide the Director away from potential misjudgment. I also cannot help but wonder if Mueller had not run off the more experienced agents, would they have been able to advise against and stop the kind of abuses and corruption being unearthed right now that occurred during the Obama administration.

        Rather than admit that his Five Year Up or Out Policy was a mistake, Mueller eventually changed the policy to a Seven Year Up or Out Program.
        ….
        ______________________________________________________________
        Thus, Mueller deliberately made the FBI more pliable and corruptible.

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        • Ldave says:

          You make two points. Mueller had a bizarre policy that weakened the FBI and he had ties to Soros and Russia. These points may be closely related. We know Soros thinks two or three steps ahead. Eg, he doesn’t just fund presidential candidates. He funds local and state level candidates who may make a difference in a big event in the future. (Think Florida Sec of State in 2000.) Soros is the type of guy who sees long term benefit in centralizing power at the Bureau and may have pushed for it through Mueller.

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          • steve says:

            Can anyone tell a dumb Brit like me why Soros is not in prison?

            Liked by 3 people

            • Risa says:

              Soros owns the right people, most likely.

              Liked by 5 people

            • svenwg says:

              Although the name Soros comes up a lot when malfeasance is mentioned, he never personally gives money to an individual as all his donations are to funds that were set up with donations from him, but never by him personally. He therefore creates probable deniability which is incredibly difficult to prove in court.

              So although everyone ‘knows’ Soros is involved and both Russia and the Ukrain have rewards on him alive or dead, nothing ever happens to him while he swans his way around the world. He manipulates countries currencies, funds antisocial behaviour but all the world’s elite fawn on him when he visits all the NWO symposiums and think tanks.

              There is hope that the Executive Order that President Trump signed during December last year with respect to human trafficking, pedophilia and other sex crimes may ultimately be used to bring him and many other world Elités down. Here’s hoping 🤞

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            • littleanniesfannie says:

              He has too many operatives in the government and judges in his pocket!

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            • Susan Bolle says:

              He is being outlawed in Hungary.

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          • Cathy M. says:

            “ . . .who sees long term benefit in centralizing power at the Bureau and may have pushed for it through Mueller.”
            Well, now ya got me started. . .

            FBI believes they are better than everyone else, just ask them.
            The FBI didn’t/doesn’t like being out shined by other law enforcement agencies. Especially by the DEA, the former U.S. Customs Service (USCS) Special Agents & now ICE/HSI Special Agents (S/A). They tried to destroy these agencies for decades. They constantly stick their nose into criminal investigations in which they have next to zero expertise.

            The FBI tried for decades & subsequently succeeded in destroying the U.S. Customs Service (USCS)/Office of Investigations. The FBI was behind a big push for splitting the USCS in half.

            With no prior notice to affected agencies/personnel, they succeeded in March 3, 2003 with the merger the former INS Special Agents & every last one of the former USCS S/As (& support staff). Even Commissioner Bonner wasn’t told until the nite of March 2nd that the agency would be split the next day!

            Two agencies that had nothing in common. Obama had promised that the USCS would transfer into the DHS as a whole & intact but the USCS affected employees learned that the USCS employees was being torn apart when they reported to work on March 3, 2003. The new CBP kept the entire budget leaving ICE with next to no budget at all.

            (ICE) was to be named the Bureau of Investigations & Criminal Enforcement. FBI strongly complained that that would confuse the public thinking ICE was FBI. So, ICE dropped the “bureau” in its’ name. FBI didn’t like that either.
            Thus, ICE was subsequently re-named Immigration & Customs Enforcement.
            Most S/As hate the name as most of the public believes that ICE is strictly an immigration agency.

            The FBI continued to try & cripple ICE/HSI. The FBI fought for & obtained “Operation Green Quest”, a money laundering joint task force initiated and run by the former USCS. ISince that time, CE employees were forbidden from even mentioning the name the Op thereafter. What did FBI do with the successful task force? They shut it down!

            The FBI was also doing some very hard lobbying to usurp ICE’s Customs authorities and ICE’s immigration authorities & interfered w/ ICE’s investigations in other ways.

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          • Cathy M. says:

            Also-
            In the early ‘80s, the FBI wanted to destroy the DEA & usurp DEA’s authorities. They commenced this action by moving DEA’s basic training academy from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) to Quantico. (FLETC provides basic & advanced training for 90+ federal, state & local officers & many federal agencies LE Academies are located on the FLETC). (DEA was a merger of BNDD S/As & the transfer of All of the U.S. Customs Service best drug smuggling S/As).

            The FBI subsequently decided that they didn’t want the DEA S/As as they were “unprofessional (i.e. didn’t wear a suit when working undercover as a boat captain smuggling drugs into U.S., etc.. I exaggerate but that’s close;-))
            But-
            FBI continues to train those new DEA S/As into their own (FBI) image & keeps the DEA under their thumb.
            The DEA used to be easy to work with. Not anymore.

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        • WSB says:

          Thanks very much for posting this. Mueller purged the FBI any which way he could.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Thank you Deplorable Infidel – you are better than the strongest cup of java this AM. I find that SD has brought together the best possible audience of rag tag patriotic commenter’s and has assembled an army of warriors who are storming the internet armed with truth, facts and awe. Good work 👍

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      • formerdem says:

        Maybe the opinion page just has a different editor, insulated from the news judgments? didn’t WSJ used to have an opinion page totally at odds with front page, due to mutually insulated editors?

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      • dotherightthing4 says:

        Look what happened to Sharyll Attkisson. She was so shunned and disenfranchised from CBS she finally left. She now has her own news channel. She is the consummate professional. Clear, clean and straight up reporting.

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    • Op-Ed in the back is where the truth is, Front Page is where the Propaganda goes in the updside-down world of left-wing rags.

      Wonder if Solomon’s management over at The Hill is publishing this in this strange manner just so he doesn’t go to some other media platform where he could conceivably get much greater exposure with this bombshell.

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      • GB Bari says:

        I stated repeatedly that The Hill is a worthless rag unworthy of my attention, with the occasional exception being articles like Solomon’s, which I discover only via links from CTH articles or commenters, or a few other similar, trusted sources.

        It is a serious observation that I make, that at this point in time, there are few, if any, online news sources that are not heavily imbedded with fake news and disinformation.

        Thank God and Sundance for CTH, and thanks to the many vigilant Treepers who find and alert us to the truth where it is hidden among the reams of lies boldly headlined across the vast majority of American and other Western media.

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      • vexedmi says:

        Johnny McDossier had better pass before the Law, or the vigilante’s catch up with him.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Papoose says:

        This is must read article ^^

        …In mid-September The Nation’s website published a photo of McCain celebrating his seventieth birthday in Montenegro in August 2006 at a yacht party hosted by convicted Italian felon Raffaello Follieri and his movie-star girlfriend Anne Hathaway. On the same day one of the largest mega-yachts in the world, the Queen K, was moored in the same bay of Kotor. This was where the real party was. The owner of the Queen K was known as “Putin’s oligarch”: Oleg Deripaska, controlling shareholder of the Russian aluminum giant RusAl, currently listed as the ninth-richest man in the world, with a rap sheet as abundant as his wealth….

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      • 4beagles says:

        Thanks for the link.
        McCain sure holds an affinity for our enemies

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        • mopar2016 says:

          Our senate is definitely owned by others, they don’t work for us.
          I suspect that the house is pretty much all owned too.
          Paul RINO pushing for amnesty, and RINO McCarthy ready to replace him.

          Buraq paid a 400 million dollar ransom for some Iranian spies and left Levinson there.
          Then Buraq sent an additional 1.3 billion to his muslim brothers after the release.
          http://fortune.com/2016/09/07/us-iran-billion-hostages-arms-deal/
          I’ll never figure out how ANYONE could vote for commieobama.
          But I’ve got relatives that are that stupid.

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    • formerdem says:

      by the way… Robyn Gritz was the FBI agent who was trying to free Levinson. Always hindered by Hillary. Maybe that is when Robyn Gritz ran upside against Hillary? Isn’t she the one who encountered weird career problems from McCabe, and Flynn tried to defend her when no one else did, and this is somehow at the root of why the FBI went after McCabe? Is the Levinson story another root of all this? And, I am sorry if everyone thinks I am a traitor, but, good for Deripaska. He tried to do a good thing. He even opposed Hillary, or did something or other that she hated. So far, so good.

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  2. Sketchy and Sketchier

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  3. Bob Cobb says:

    The Hill should change its name to The Termite Mound

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  4. gda says:

    Deripaska was ridiculing their attempt to link Manafort/Trump to Russia .

    The FBI were asking him to reconsider.

    Who will rid us of this noxious agency?

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    • Linda says:

      Exactly. And when will be find out who these agents are, as if we couldn’t already guess???

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      • JX says:

        “[September 2016] three FBI agents awakened him in his home; at least one agent had worked with Deripaska on the aborted effort to rescue Levinson” “One agent who helped court Deripaska was Andrew McCabe”

        By mid-2008, the F.B.I. was fully engaged in the hunt [for Levinson]. At that time, two F.B.I. agents met at a Paris hotel with a powerful new player who became secretly involved in the effort: Oleg Deripaska, one of Russia’s wealthiest businessmen. – https://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/14/world/middleeast/a-disappearing-american-spy-and-the-cia.html

        McCabe helped court Deripaska. Was McCabe one of the two FBI agents in Paris? Was McCabe one of the three who awakened Deripaska?

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        • JX says:

          “FBI agents courted Deripaska in 2009 in a series of secret hotel meetings in Paris, Vienna, Budapest, and Washington.”

          2009 McCabe was in DC. Perhaps that where he courted Deripaska. Who were the agents in the other cities?

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    • wendy forward says:

      And sow the ground with salt.

      I love Brutalist architecture but even I can’t stand that J, Edgar Building-I toured it a long time ago and the only neat thing was the firing range. A lot of empty, gloomy space.

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    • rmnewt says:

      how about congress turn them into an Interpol? Their abuse then and now show they cant be trusted with police powers. Instead use the state and local agencies for domestic crimes and military for foreign.
      This large corrupt central power must be taught a lesson, and neutered.

      Liked by 6 people

      • CirclinTheDrain says:

        The FBI has been corrupt since its inception. Shut it down; we managed just fine without it for the first 100+ years of the Republic.

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    • anothermike says:

      gda said: “The FBI were asking him to reconsider.”
      According to Solomons, what they actually asked (told?) him to do was to “keep an open mind”, which appears to be FBI-ese for “believe what we tell you”.
      Is the FBI – in gda’s words – a “noxious agency”? Keep an open mind.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Yes, that’s interesting and seemingly damning of the FBI.
      But I am curious why now we (would) accept Deripaska’s word when, as detailed in the 2008 article in The Nation, he was essentially a thug, a Russian Mafia-come-oligarch who obtained his positions through his corrupt dealings within that world.

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  5. LBB says:

    I seen the update soon after Solomon was on Hannity disclosing big info in morning. I was wondering if John was waiting for confirmation on that portion of story before he said publicly. The notation of update was at end of story, but if you hadn’t read it earlier you wouldn’t have known what was added.

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  6. JPatrick says:

    I wonder when he got the “suggestion” to change the story or he would end up like Seth Rich.
    Or something will happen to the family perhaps?
    Will anyone ever go to jail for the coup d’etat attempt? Will anyone go to jail for Treason?
    Will anyone go to jail for ___________ ?(fill in the blank)
    Semper Fidelis/Semper Vigilis

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  7. joeknuckles says:

    I wonder if Solomon thought it would be wise (sorry, couldn’t resist) to come forward with this new info tonight, rather than wait until tomorrow because he had reason to believe it might be quashed before he was able to run it.

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  8. bofh says:

    This is getting incredibly difficult to follow, even having read CTH for months. staying on top of the evolving revelations of the deep-state corruption of our country seems to be a full-time job.

    How is it going to be possible to present this to the general public in a manner that they can accept it and not dismiss it as a bunch of conspiracy-theory raving? Yes, it’s been seeping out over the last year in smallish pieces, but there’s still a big leap to grasping the enormity of the sum-total of the treasonous actions that are being exposed, and the complexity of the underlying interactions, guidance, and objectives.

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    • gda says:

      One appropriately worded tweet from VSGPDJT will capture the essence of the entire nefarious scheme.

      Liked by 15 people

      • Maquis says:

        Indeed, a stunning, brilliant and irrefutable Tweet.

        GBPDJT
        🇺🇸

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      • lotbusyexec says:

        Tweet “Russia, Russia, Russisa? NOT. Rounding up traitors up now – Gitmo not big enough. Military Tribunals start tomorrow – thank you Admiral Rogers and The patriots that brought the crime of the century to light! America is back and the Trump train is going full speed ahead! Jump on board ⚖️🇺🇸👍

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      • DanO64 says:

        Our VSG knew about the dossier BEFORE the election. Things make more sense if you start from there. Just say N.

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    • kalima444 says:

      the public won’t have to deal with it when they have their military tribunals…

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    • Harry Lime says:

      My liberal friends and my non-political friends have absolutely no idea about any of this. And I mean zilch, nada, nothing…of anything having to do with any of this. All they know is that President Trump is being investigated for collusion with the Russians and Stormy. Sad but true.

      Liked by 20 people

      • gda says:

        It’s astounding really. Sometimes I feel like it’s me that’s gone insane. Then I put back on my tin-foil hat and I’m fine again.

        Just kidding. But, you know…

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      • bofh says:

        Yeah, mine too. Except that I think they’re pretty sure that he’s guilty as charged. After all, they read that it was so in the Times (or WPost, or Huffpo, or CNN, or…)

        Liked by 4 people

        • Harry Lime says:

          To be fair, I do live in a very blue state…so, I’m hoping that has something to do with it.

          Liked by 4 people

          • filia.aurea says:

            Unfortunately, I think not. Propaganda media moguls, in concert with globalist ideologues, have skimmed over the misdeeds of federal law enforcement and painted the little they’re told of as retaliation by POTUS. The global minions have smeared the President as a loud-mouthed, irresponsible thug all over the globe. Most people, through conditioning, refuse to believe that this unprecedented level of corruption could possibly exist. It’s time for the mild-mannered AG to shock them all by stringing up a few heads.

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          • PoCoNoMo says:

            Well I grew up in NJ, but live in Canada now….that’s a blue state, isn’t it? ;-|

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      • Running Fast says:

        Yep same here

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      • coltlending says:

        I think more liberals are becoming more aware of this than you imagine.

        Albeit a small sample set, once in awhile I try to drop the “collusion delusion” seed during conversation with random liberals I encounter.

        Last Saturday night, I was sitting at the piano in a restaurant in Chicago where I live. Two women sat down next to me. The two were long-time friends who met in Chicago from different cities for a Tom Jones concert that was cancelled at the last minute ( ‘not much reporting on the House of Blues show cancellation).

        One of the women sitting on my left flew in from Seattle and her friend sitting around the piano just left of her flew in from Denver.

        For most of the time, we all had a cordial conversation and listened to the music.

        Some how or another the woman on my immediate left and I got on the topic of the CIA and she side her sister worked their. I laughed and said, “You mean your sister works for the State Department?” She looked taken aback for a second and then gave me a sly smile and nodded approvingly.

        I got a sense both these women were liberal. I brought up the “collusion delusion” topic up with the Seattle woman and she knew about it, Practically whispering I asked her, “Do you think the ends justified the means given what’s been reported about what the CIA, FBI & DOJ has done?” She replied, “Absolutely not!” At this point, her friend interjects totally on tilt and starts accusing me of being a FOX News watcher and a Drumpf supporter.

        I was shocked that she could even hear what I said. From her demeanor, I could tell it was best to just drop the conversation, so I said to the woman to my left from Seattle who I had been talking with and her unhinged Denver friend, “Hey, I’m sorry I brought this up. I didn’t mean to start a fight, just a conversation. Let’s not discuss it anymore.”

        The woman from Seattle to my left was shocked at her friends behavior and excused herself to go to the bathroom, I sensed she hoped her friend from Denver would follow. But, she didn’t.

        The woman from Denver just moved in to third gear and became even more abusive and enraged making reference to the size of my nose and making statements on the inadequate size of my manhood. I’m not making this up.

        The woman becames such a spectical the Hostess and Security casually came over. I kept my cool and just knodded at the moon-bat.

        Oblivious to the Hostess and Security, the Denver woman spits out and asks me if her friend left. I said’ “No. She went to the restroom.”

        The Denver women gets up and and walks toward the door.

        About a minute later, the Seattle woman comes back from from the restroom and asks about her friend and I tell her, I think she’s outside. The Seattle woman apologizes to me about her friend as she goes to the door. As she leaves, I say, “No I’m sorry.”

        About five minutes later, the Seattle woman comes back again to apoligizes to me again, saying her friend is just drunk. Again I say, “No, she’s not that drunk (and she wasn’t from what I could tell).” Then again I said, “I’m sorry (when I’m really not sorry. I’m seed dropping🙌).

        I may have met the only Treeper in Seattle that night. But my guess is the Seattle woman was a liberal. But she’s a liberal who Kanye might say is learning to think for herself a little.

        I think the few words we said that really mattered that night will stick with her.

        I think her friends behavior was the hydration that well really make that seed sprout.

        I’ve said before, I’m upset there has not been one indictment of anyone for any of the crimes on the part of bad actors in government for years. But, it does appear the drip, drip, drip of the facts pointing to the most agregious and appalling action of attempting to obstruct a presidential candidate and unseat a duly elected president is leeching in to liberal bastions of America.

        We will know if that is true when and if a lot of people go to jail for a long time. Some ought to be hung as Hillary alluded.

        One way or the other PDJT may be one of the best things that ever happened to the USA.

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        • steph_gray says:

          Excellent story! Moonbats here in my blue state would be much the same, I fear, if “triggered.”

          However, when the hammer descends, I suspect many of them will learn the truth very quickly because they will dash to the Internet desperately seeking refutation – and they won’t find it. The case against our gummint criminals is getting far too obvious and airtight.

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        • annieoakley says:

          I am shocked to hear that Denver is more Communist leaning than Seattle. Shocked but not surprised as I have seen Denver recently.

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          • Reloader says:

            It’s almost like Denver has become jealous of Boulder, for those of use here “behind enemy lines.” –a contest to get more Left of the other.

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    • fred5678 says:

      10 part mini-series, maybe 12 part!!

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      • Plain Jane says:

        It will have to have a lot of sex in it to hold their attention.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Maquis says:

        “War and Peace” is about to get downgraded, no longer the lengthiest tale of intrigue and violence.

        “The Second Fall of Rome” will be a multi-volume epic of treachery and deceit not to be missed. I understand the Nom de Plume of the author is Sundance.

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    • Conservativeinny says:

      I agree it will be hard but we will face to persevere…I’m still dealing with people who think Pres Trunp didn’t give them a tax cut, doesn’t speak well(people born and raised Queens who don’t speak much differently mind you, SMH), and the wall is racist. I’m surrounded.

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      • nimrodman says:

        I’ve stopped arguing with Leftys
        You both get muddy and the Lefty enjoys it

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        • White Apple says:

          Though 95% of the noise, they are only about 35-40% of the hard-core Leftist Libtards. Look what Trump has accomplished without them. I think Trump is satisfied they stomp on the piss-ants as he tends the elephants unabated. They are virtually irrelevant since Trump has been elected.

          I no longer argue or try to debate them. I just ask them one question and leave it at that; “What is it Trump is doing for America and the American people, you don’t want for yourself”?

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          • PoCoNoMo says:

            I tell them that if they’re worried about what their LWB* neighbours & colleagues will say, to remember that no one will be in the voting booth with them, and they don’t have to tell a soul.

            * LWB = left wing bullies

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          • PMadison says:

            That’s the reason Trump has been so successful, because the democrats have refused to participate. When you work with a democrat, you’re guaranteed a mediocre result at best.

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        • steph_gray says:

          nimrodman, nice play on Heinlein’s famous pig adage.

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          • nimrodman says:

            thx for the citation, steph, I thought it mighta been a Mark Twain or a Will Rogers.
            happy to know the source.

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    • yadent says:

      I believe some are beginning to understand why the ‘wheels of justice’ seemingly are in slow motion. The complexity of this case is enormous. One needs to remember that the individuals involved have/had access to resources the average citizen could only dream about……mostly at the expense of that average citizen.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Not to mention the fact that so many of these corrupted FBI & DOJ individuals are lawyers and/or have been dealing with criminals in their professional jobs. So the subterfuge and ability to try to separate themselves and hide their involvement with their illegal actions or their motives is gained from their experiences with other criminals whose cases they have worked on or been associated with.

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    • Plain Jane says:

      I fear that people have been so conditioned to abusiveness from the government that when their eyes (the sheeple) will just gloss over.

      Liked by 3 people

      • White Apple says:

        There are people who rather be deceived with a “false reality” by a willing deceiver, than face responsibility and accountability for the “truth”. Libtards seek deceivers like kids seek nursery rhymes.

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        • PoCoNoMo says:

          I wonder what’s happened to journalists who started off all starry-eyed, and find themselves in the current day media quagmire. Of course it’s always been uneven, but not like this… It would make a great play.

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      • MAJA says:

        Exactly! I’m reminded of an ongoing saga of the baker family in Michigan who raise pigs bred for the cold, free ranging on their farm in fenced pastures and pens. The game and wildlife dept harassed them through the courts, lying to the court, in cahoots with everyone, just like in DC, claiming the pigs were feral and had to be destroyed. Bakers green acres is the name of their website. I just checked the site out but they don’t have the blow by blow description of their experience up anymore. This happened about about 8 yeas ago as I recall. Point being, the contagion has spread across the country but patriots like the bakers can fight and win.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      I agree, bofh – my head is spinning and my eyes are blurred. It is really, really difficult to keep up. The level of corruption is truly unbelievable.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        At this point I am cross-eyed on all of this.

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      • Lindenlee says:

        And just think… All This time they have spent doing their corruption thing, on OUR DIME, is time they didn’t do Jack for us for the country.

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        • PoCoNoMo says:

          The thing that gets me the most? That Kill, Kerry, and Obama are still traipsing all over the planet trying to spread their filth and suck in still more money. Obama took one last trip to Germany on what he called, I think, a
          “good bye tour” (What president does THAT in the very last days? …Probably picking up a boat load of cash somewhere along the way.) He sent his VP to Canada at the last minute. And the Asshats are still doing it, it blows my mind, and pisses me off royally.

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    • Many in the general public are too far gone. My parents and most of my family who went through daycare, government schools and then TV mind control for decades and decades just cannot come to an acceptance of the blackness of this evil. The worst thing these institutions do is hide the dark stain on the human soul, and prevent people from coming to the understanding that the default condition of the human state without Christ is only evil and wickedness continually. Eventually resulting in criminal regimes, enslavement of the populace, genocide and so on.

      If there is not constant vigilance and teaching of the young to awareness of the realities of this world, the whole nation becomes vulnerable and that is what we are living through. There’s two entirely different realities playing out across the socio-political landscape now, and we’re lucky even for that because we would be destroyed if only the false one prevailed.

      Apostasy has cost us tremendously because we otherwise fail to teach our children Jeremiah 17:9-10: “The heart is more deceitful than all else And is desperately sick; Who can understand it?” We cannot understand ourselves and lack the courage to admit our sin without God.

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      • Reloader says:

        Is it just a coincidence that the Founders of this great country were men who often publicly stated their faith in God?

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        • It’s a great country because the Framers understood human nature through God’s understanding of human nature written through divinely inspired men. And that understanding was transmitted into the structure of government written into the Constitution. It is very resilient to corruption within the ranks of elected officials and public servants, but it cannot survive a corrupted electorate. That is why John Adams wrote that the Republic was designed for a moral and religious people and is wholly inadequate to the governance of any other.

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    • CirclinTheDrain says:

      If only Tom Clancy were alive; he could write it as a gripping non-fiction bestseller that would be very understandable. Maybe Matt Bracken would take on the project.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Not certain but I think that even Tom Clancy, who wrote so admiringly about the FBI in his novels ( I have all of them in original hardback) would be heartbroken and disgusted with the criminality and deceit of the American public and their representatives in Congress that was encouraged and led by the heads of that agency, the Obozo White House, and the DOJ.

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    • dawg says:

      Agree, all the Halper-Mifsud-Papa stuff will sail over their heads. I think we need to establish the direct link between Halper and Brennan to give it legs.

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    • RAC says:

      Just charge them with one crime that will get them under lock an key. Then when they are safely in storage keep bringing them back to court as many times as necessary to work through the list of what they’ve done adding more years on each time.

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    • Phil says:

      How about “The Sting” starring Jeff Mueller Daniels and Jim McCabe Carry.

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  9. Poundsand says:

    The saddest part of this story is that the US abandoned one of it’s own. We had a Russian negotiate for his release, had him sitting in a plane on the tarmac ready to be sent home, and Hillary “At this point what difference does it make?” Clinton nixed it?

    These people are disgusting in every way. She needs to be removed from politics completely… forever… permanently…. now.

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  10. Perot Conservative says:

    LIBERAL BIAS????

    What if EVERY TREEPER logged a comment or two at The Hill? Just don’t send them here!!!!

    So we’ve got …

    1. Christopher Steele & Rooskies
    2. UK gov’t corroborating
    3. Halprin in the UK, spy
    4. Coffee Boy / Papadopoulos as one UI (useful idiot)
    5. FBI agents approaching a Rooskie
    6. Australian political plant

    Did I miss anyone?

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  11. The Devilbat says:

    Upcoming Headlines: Oleg Deripaska commits suicide by shooting himself 147 times before blowing himself up.

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  12. Never fear. The regular conservative commentors at The Hill (including myself) chat relentlessly to push articles like this to the top of the right hand column for max exposure, and then keep them there. Trust us, we know how to do this. 😀 🙂

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  13. Justmom says:

    Is the story based on Robyn Gritz memory? She is quoted in the story. Isn’t she the agent that accused McCabe of discrimination for which Flynn backed up her version. Isn’t she the reason that McCabe wanted revenge on Flynn and now she could be trying to wreak her revenge on McCabe?

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  14. Garrison Hall says:

    It comes as no surprise that Clinton’s chronic dishonesty probably sealed Levinson’s fate. This also explains why, after sending a plane load of cash to Iran, the Obama scumbags couldn’t come back with Levinson. The stench out of Washington just gets worse and worse. Is the entire federal government corrupt? I fear that we are really that bad.

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  15. Running Fast says:

    Sundance I know you have not waded into Q but I and many have. The sketchiness of this latest news has a direct relation to drops made by Q today and yesterday. The latest post brings a chill to the spine when compred to what is reported by Solomon (note the open brackets around Sessions = Sessions has been unleashed expect his recusal to vanish and the “pain” to begin):

    Q !4pRcUA0lBE ID: 352a77 1415794 📁
    May 15 2018 00:04:10 (EST)
    #1776
    “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”
    https://soundcloud.com/breitbart/breitbart-news-daily-erik-prince-november-4-2016📁
    ]SESSIONS[
    We Fight!
    Q

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  16. Normally Quiet Observer says:

    The BIGLY question I have is WHY wasn’t this Agent / Officer made part of Obummers deal to release the traitor Bergdahl? For which we gave up BILLIONS OF DOLLARS & 5 Taliban leaders.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Because Obama was an ass-hat that could not negotiate a free catsup pack at McDonald’s. That’s why. Hillary was involved in this and she was covering it up as she wanted people to forget what an idiot she was as she was running her chit poor losing campaign.

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      • Pat Frederick says:

        “Because Obama was an ass-hat that could not negotiate a free catsup pack at McDonald’s. ”

        terrible, terrible circumstances for sure…but i have to thank you Sayit2016 and the rest of the awesome Treepers for their unique spin on things and making me laugh through this crud

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          Thanks Pat ! Things in so may ways are serious- and I take them as such- because they are. This betrayal of the people’s trust is so damaging on so many levels known and unknown- and it does have have a serious impact on all of us – I try to inject some humor from time to time to keep us all from sitting in a closet with loaded pistols ; )

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    • Plain Jane says:

      What did he know that they left him there to rot?

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    • poodle12 says:

      Hillary didn’t get a big enough cut so she called it off with Deripaska’s plane revving up on the runway.

      I never thought I’d be saying that a Russian oligarch is a greater mensch than our own former Secretary of State. Shame on us all.

      Strange dark days.

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  17. bitterlyclinging says:

    All being run out of the shadow government at Kalorama. The Collinsville axe company produced a 24 inch antidote to this

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  18. Nigella says:

    This should be a huge story.. We all know it won’t be

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    • The Boss says:

      You mean Soy-Boy Joe in the Morning won’t be hyperventilating about this?
      Not even intellectual midget, Race Baiting April Ryan?
      Or weepy Martha Rat-tits?
      I am crestfallen.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        I am crestfallen.

        If not a ‘net winner for the day, certainly right at the top! Your comment has picked up my crest.

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  19. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    “Mueller may have a conflict of interest?” That comes with a laugh line, right?

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  20. Kan says:

    What is afoot.

    1) Deripsaka is deeply involved in Steele Dossier. If you read the Steele memos wondering why it exists and get past the crap, the only people named beside TRUMP are Page, Manafort and Cohen. This begins to look like an obvious hit on Manafort, and Mueller is playing the game (why no indictment of Tony Podesta? Carter Page?) Page is just filler material for Steele.

    2) Deripask want his money back from Manafort. Deripaska is trying in the Cayman Islands starting in 2014 and getting nowhere (Deripaska was not allowed in the U.S until recently.) He wants it to be in the U.S. and with the Mueller indictment he got his chance. He filed suit in Jan 201 calimin gMueller indictment as evidence.

    3) Deripaska is very tightly connected to Steele. How tightly – remember when Sen Burr wanted to talk to Steele? He did not go through Glen Simpson (Steele’s BFF), the FBI (who vouched for Steele and know him so well they did nto check his work), or the British Government (who also vouche for Steele). No, he ended up going through Adam Waldman – Deripsaka’s U.S based Attorney.

    4) The reason for this story coming out now, is that the DoJ/FBI can no longer cover up the role Deripaska has played in the Big Ugly.

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    • Over40withAbrain says:

      “Deripask want his money back from Manafort.”
      August 2016 Manafort’s connections to Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych are brought out and Trump reduces Manafort’s role in the campaign.
      August 19, 2016: Manafort resigns.
      September 2016 FBI agents familiar to Deripaska knock on Daripaska’s door in NYC. It seemed logical to the FBI that Deripaska would turn on Manafort, and then Manafort could be squeezed awfully hard to dish dirt on Trump.
      What could go wrong? Except Deripaska laughs in the FBI’s face.
      Needing to quickly purchase insurance Comey has to go with the $75,000 Carter Page policy rather than the million dollar Manafort policy.

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    • The Boss says:

      You make a GREAT point in number 3. (But it was Dem. Sen. Warner who went through Waldman attempting to reach Deripaska). I wonder if that’s why that batch of Warner text messages to/from Walman was posted in some places yesterday – including The Last Refuge twitter account?

      Timing is everything. E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G.

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  21. EV22 says:

    Deripaska claims Manifold stole $19 million from him, but he’s willing to pay $25 million to get Levinson back for the U.S.? Something doesn’t add up here.

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  22. Hillyard says:

    I’m beginning to think that even with audio and video from inside Odumbo’s oval office of him and the rest of his corrupt criminal co-conspirators discussing the plot against Donald Trump, the MSM still would not cover the biggest crime by the US government in it’s history. Sad really knowing the depth of corruption that was played out by those on the public payroll charged with insuring “Justice For All”. Can we get some of these criminals indicted already!

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  23. Kan says:

    Oh look the information comes from Deripaska’s U.S Attorney Adam Waldman.

    “Deripaska also appears to be one of the first Russians the FBI asked for help when it began investigating the now-infamous Fusion GPS “Steele Dossier.” Waldman, his American lawyer until the sanctions hit, gave me a detailed account, some of which U.S. officials confirm separately.”

    There is a dead, dead, dead rat in here.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “There is a dead, dead, dead rat in here.”

      Can we serve that, instead of crow, to those that will be dining on the proverbial bird? (crows are now a protected species).

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  24. Fingolfin says:

    Sundance, how huge of a development is this in your view?? E.g. is this a major game changer and/or a legit smoking gun against the small group of conspirators, or is it more just another piece of the puzzle, etc?

    At this point, it’s become so difficult (and frustrating) to discern where we stand against Mueller et al because of how corrupt our msm is behaving (see Mike Allen’s daily hits on axios), that I’m going almost entirely by your personal read/analysis of events, so any additional commentary you can share is always greatly appreciated.

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  25. Tree Knot says:

    With all these players in this operation who was coordinating it? There must be a central figure in this whole scheme of things.

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  26. Donna in Oregon says:

    There was a rumor going around that Hillary Clinton was in a plane crash in Iran. Everyone dismissed it, but I read it in Israel News and also Russian news at the time.

    The Internet has been scrubbed, there were a bunch of articles at the time. There are just a few left. The rumor was Clinton had a head injury and a Navy Seal on board was killed from the crash.

    http://www.eutimes.net/2012/12/clinton-injured-us-navy-seal-killed-in-secret-us-mission-to-iran/

    It seems that there is a murky part to this attempted rescue story about who botched the rescue of this Iranian hostage FBI/CIA man Levinson and this disputed crash story.

    Do I know the timelines? Nope. According to the Ingram Angle the Russian Ivan Deripaska paid a total of $25 million and tried 2 times to get the hostage Levinson released.

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    • Tiana says:

      What really bugs me is the navy seal being killed… but not due to the accident… but suspected of SUICIDE… doesn’t that sound familiar and suspicious…

      BTW… Donna… great sources you put up today… thanks

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  27. Jim in TN says:

    This sounds like a slick attempt to gain evidence of their accusations.
    If he works with them, he works to help find their evidence.
    If he doesn’t, he talks about it and they listen in on the conversations.
    The only thing that leaves them in the cold is for him to say no and never talk about it again.

    Also, with all the ups and downs of those near Putin, the request is asking Putin to frame someone with whom he has a grudge. Depending on Putin’s state of mind, such a request could backfire horribly. Just how do you tell a foreign dictator that you shill for the FBI? Probably was upset that they were making contact. What if Putin already had him under surveillance?

    That is the third way they may have been planning on getting the information they wanted talked about into their spying product. Have Putin’s spies bring it to Putin and observe the results.

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  28. craiggger says:

    The Solomon article in The Hill mentions Robyn Gritz was the agent coordinating the Levinson rescue project with Deripaska. Recall, Mike Flynn spoke up to assist Gritz following her claims of unfair treatment by her superiors at the FBI. McCabe may have had a personal vendetta against Flynn as a result.
    http://insider.foxnews.com/2018/03/25/fbi-agent-says-andrew-mccabe-targeted-her-over-sexual-harassment-suit

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    • dawg says:

      Wow, insane how all this is coming together. Just as one circle is completed, another overlapping circle seems to start.

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  29. JMC says:

    And to repeat what other treepers and Robyn Gritz briefly said (over Laura’s Hannity-like hijacking of Robyn’s air time), the “Iran deal”, which showered 100’s of billions of dollars in cash on Iran, didn’t have a clause which brought Levinson back on one of the planes? How hard could that have been to do? It proves two things: 1) the utter incompetence of the Obama-Kerry government 2) Kerry, who was involved with McCain in the negotiations to bring back our prisoners from Vietnam, was fully capable of leaving many behind without remorse.

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      Maybe they already knew there was no one to bring home. If true, dishonor of the highest measure. If they knew before the deal and hushed it up in order not to spoil the deal, that is just one more despicable act by Obama / Kerry.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Yup, Levinson is probably dead from causes unknown. He was pretty old and last photos looked pretty grim. But no doubt Iranian prison and intel personnel are far less gentle than ours. Does not lessen, indeed increases the perfidy of <0bunghole, Ketchup, and HELLary.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Agree with your points excluding one minor nit. To maintain credibility let’s get the numbers correct. The cash payment to Iran has been consistently reported as something between $1.5B and $1.7B, not “hundreds of billions”. And lately that has come in to question because some of that $1.7B has been alleged to have gone to EU recipients who are complicit in conducting business with Iran.

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      • David says:

        About $150 billion in Iranian assets were unfrozen. $400 million in Iranian funds on deposit related to 1970 military equipment orders was returned to Iran in cash, plus $1.3 billion interest in cash paid later.

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  30. Papoose says:

    And lest we forget, the John McCain participation angle. Makes one wondering why a GOP sitting Senator facing his departure via The Rotunda would publicly state he does not want the President of the United States at his funeral. Hmmm. Despicable. Incredible.

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  31. Blue bongo says:

    Sundance, keep digging the T1, Oleg is just the beginning. Look at the sanction list carefully.

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  32. joshua says:

    https://truepundit.com/gen-flynn-signed-guilty-plea-after-mueller-threatened-his-family-son-thug-tactics-coerced-plea-deal/

    Gen. Flynn Signed Guilty Plea After Mueller Threatened His Family, Son; Thug Tactics Coerced Plea Deal

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  33. Judiciary says:

    This site is a breath of fresh air. I was just over at The Hill going a few rounds with lefties who swallowed the whole scam to discredit the substance of Solomon’s article by putting it in the opinion column.

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  34. Truthfilter says:

    – [ ] Looks like in May of 2017, the FBI was-as usual-withholding information about missing Iranian hostage Bob Levinson -even from his own wife. This man has 7 kids and he would be 70 years old this year. I pray he is alive. There is something very unsettling about this situation and why the $25 million Deripaska rescue failed ala HRC.
    – [ ] “Last year, Mr. Levinson’s wife, Christine, filed a request under the Freedom of Information Act seeking numerous F.B.I. documents related to the bureau’s long-running investigation into her husband’s disappearance. But the F.B.I. denied her request, stating that since the inquiry personally involved Mr. Levinson, she would have to take steps like getting his approval or providing evidence that he is dead, a copy of that F.B.I. letter show.”

    “This month, a Florida state judge appointed Mrs. Levinson as her husband’s legal conservator, a posture that could overcome some of the F.B.I.’s objections. But Ms. Ram, the spokeswoman, said that as a matter of policy the bureau does not release documents about cases that are “ongoing.””

    No, Ms. Ram, it’s more likely the usual FBI policy of CYA.

    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/03/21/world/middleeast/iran-robert-levinson-lawsuit.html

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Another instance where VSGPDJT “The Lion” should step in, declassify and order immediate release of information sought by Ms. Levinson. If humint assets are implicated, give ’em time to exfil, but otherwise let the chips fall where they may. Dept. for Sale, FIB, and CYA have operated too long without sunlight!

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  35. Li'l D in the Big D says:

    Thanks Obama and Hillary.

    What pure evil possesses these two and many more ilk within their orbit.

    It has been said that the Obama presidency will be a mere footnote in history when POTUS DJT is finished. I sincerely hope not. I want the volumes of every detail of theirs and all other’s conspiratorial sins published far and wide.

    Future attempts may be made in the private sector (publishing houses), universities and public schools to hide and/or obfuscate these and many other criminal and anti-American acts originating from within the bowels of the Obama administration but, for the larger part, the official record published by GPO will preserve the truth for future generations, I hope.

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  36. jackphatz says:

    I can not keep all the names, crimes straight in my head. At this point, I just want the IG report to come out and I want to see a big change in the GoPee’s leadership so someday, someone might just be held responsible for their crimes against the country and us.

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  37. mitro says:

    The Hill is corrupted by the leftists and Solomon’s articles are almost the sole opposing view. Almost all the rest in The Hill is pure leftist propaganda. Even for Solomon’s article they try to water down the truth.

    I used to comment on the Hill and there are a bunch of David Brock paid trolls spreading nonsense and disinformation. The Hill permanently censored/blocked me because I guess my comments were too close the truth and the Hill just couldn’t stand for the truth. I included a lot of info from good sources, including from Sundance. The liberal media is absolutely corrupt and the enemy of the people.

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  38. Everett Miller says:

    Don’t tell Jeff Sessions. He’s too busy chasing pot smokers. Don’t look for anyone from the Justice Department to help seek Justice. Don’t look for Jeff Sessions to Head the Department. If you want, keep holding your breath that maybe the Top Man will start to apply the Rule Of Law–but don’t be expecting him to come out and even say anything out loud that might help keep the faith(ful) believing in Right vs Wrong. Everything can go to hell in a handbasket sinking into the Swamp, and you won’t hear anything from Jeff effing Sessions. Nope, he’s too pure, to proud, to actually DO or even SAY anything. Let Nunes twist. Let Trump be on Defense instead of Offense. Do nothing while the perception (which is almost everything in politics) is that the Dept of Justice is a joke.
    No problem–but, hey we’ve got a line a statement being drafted right now for him to go out and try his damnedest to read out loud without losing his place.
    UGH.

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    • rf121 says:

      Why has PT not fired him? Do you not trust your President?

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      • Apollo says:

        The Senate has made it clear that they will not confirm a replacement for Mr. Sessions. They also refuse to go out of session, so there is no possibility of a recess appointment until and unless they do. It is therefore not *politically* possible for PDJT to fire Mr. Sessions at the present time (not if he wants to appoint a replacement, at least).

        In short, while Jeff Sessions may or may not be doing his job behind the scenes (you have no way of knowing–we haven’t seen it but it’s possible he could be, though time is certainly getting short with the midterms approaching), your argument is not a strong one, because PDJT is politically restrained at the moment on this particular issue.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “Don’t tell Jeff Sessions. He’s too busy chasing pot smokers….”

      Too busy chasing pot smokers???

      Nice bit of dis-info there.

      What has happened at DOJ over the last two days. (NOTE nothing about pot-smokers!)
      May 15, 2018
      Florida Resident Pleads Guilty To Stealing Government Funds And Obstructing The IRS

      United States Intervenes in False Claims Act Lawsuits Accusing Insys Therapeutics of Paying Kickbacks and Engaging in Other Unlawful Practices to Promote Subsys, A Powerful Opioid Painkiller

      Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Exploiting 12-Year-Old Girl Over the Internet

      Justice Department Reaches Agreement with the City and County of Denver to Resolve Disability Discrimination Complaint

      May 14, 2018
      Nebraska Man Sentenced To Prison For Producing Child Pornography

      Canadian Man Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy And To Making A False Claim Against The United States

      South Texas Doctor Charged with $240 Million Health Care Fraud and International Money Laundering Scheme

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  39. JPatrick says:

    Anyone keeping score?

    Not a smidgen of scandal?

    Semper Fidelis/Semper Vigilis

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  40. Mike diamond says:

    Muller should be investigated !!!! Something is dark and creepy about him!

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