Inspector General Horowitz Submits Draft Report of Clinton Email Investigation For Principal Review…

Inspector General Michael Horowitz has submitted the “Draft Report” of his OIG investigation to the principals involved. The IG investigation encompasses the FBI and DOJ conduct during the 2015/2016 Hillary Clinton investigation. The Draft Report encompasses the findings.

The Draft Report review is the last review phase prior to the Final report being released. The Draft Report review allows the principals to provide input on the facts identified and outlined within the draft.

Responses from the principals about the facts outlined in the draft report are then reviewed, cleared for addition if appropriate, and included in the Final Report. The Draft Report is the first time the DOJ and FBI Principals (only those officials who remain inside the DOJ and FBI) get to see the underlying documentary evidenced gathered in the 17-month-long investigation.

Wall Street Journal – Multiple subjects of a report on the Justice Department’s handling of a 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email use have been notified that they can privately review the report by week’s end, signaling t he long-awaited document is nearing release.

The report is likely to reignite the volatile debate over the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s handling of the Clinton probe, and it will put Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department’s inspector general, in a familiar place—taking aim at members of the law enforcement community.

Those invited to review the report were told they would have to sign nondisclosure agreements in order to read it, people familiar with the matter said. They are expected to have a few days to craft a response to any criticism in the report, which will then be incorporated in the final version to be released in coming weeks. (more)

♦Expanding on The Process. The Final IG Report is a statement of fact. The Draft Review contains all of the statements of facts and allows investigated parties an opportunity to provide input toward any fact statement within the draft.

Prior to the Draft Review there is a massively exhaustive reference check undertaken by the IG “referencer”.

The referencer could be a person or a group of people depending on the size of the report.

The referencer has the responsibility for going through every statement of fact and providing the citation or footnote for the assertion. The person(s) doing the reference review has/have the most arduous of tasks.

The referencer checks every sentence, every assertion, and ensures only provable facts with citations are part of the report. Every assertion of fact must be cited (or footnoted) to include the investigative material that proves the fact.

Remember, the final IG report is an assembled outline of facts. The final IG report will not include opinion, motive, or intent from the report author. All outlined opinions, motives and intentions within the IG report are those drawn from the statements of the people and groups investigated. All opinions expressed are those of the individuals inside the report.

The person(s) doing the reference checks, goes through the report line-by-line and references the supporting investigative documentation. A massively time consuming part of the report generation.

When the referencing process is completed, the draft report is sent out to the principals for comment on the draft report findings and recommendations. This is where the process is RIGHT NOW. If the principals return comments on the “draft”, their comments must be cleared by the person(s) doing the reference check, and may be included in the final draft.

Then the report goes to print.

More Key Points:

♦First, the draft report is reviewed internally. Only the principal officers who are currently inside the investigated agency get to see it. Those officials must sign comprehensive Non Disclosure Agreements, subject to criminal prosecution if they violate the NDA.

Former Officials, or employees who have left the agency: ex. James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, James Baker, Jim Rybicki, Michael Kortan and all of the officials who have left the FBI will not get to see the draft report. [Now you know why Lisa Page and James Baker were dispatched last week.]

The same IG rules of Draft Report distribution apply on the Main Justice side of the DOJ and (DOJ-NSD) (DOJ-National Security Division).  Loretta Lynch, Sally Yates, Mary McCord, John Carlin, David Laufman, etc. do not get to see the report. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Asst. AG Rod Rosenstein will review the draft report and control who they allow to review.

On the FBI side, Director Christopher Wray will review the draft report along with Asst FBI Director David Bowditch (if approved). Likely FBI Chief Legal Counsel Dana Boente, the former head of the DOJ-NSD, will also review. [*note* now we know why Boente was brought back inside in January ’18] Two more principals who could review would be FBI Asst. Director in charge of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap; and we must remember – FBI Agent Peter Strzok was not kicked out, he also remains inside.

Attorney Ristvan has also done a review of OIG process history to help understand the timing for the final report based on Current Draft Review status.  The basic process is set out in an OIG ‘blue book’ in 1993, itself required by section 515 of P. L. 106-554, the Inspector General Act.

Comment on draft review is the final step before official publication, but there isn’t much wiggle room so it is not a long process.  All interviews are attended by two OIG personnel. All important interviews are taped and/or transcribed then attested to by the interviewee in a sworn affidavit.  The average time for an OIG DoJ draft to receive comment and then go to final publication is about two weeks.  It has been this way since about 2005.

The most recent related IG report, on Andrew McCabe misconduct, was about 10 days from draft review to final publication.  This puts the time-frame for final report publication before the end of May.

♦ Secondly, the IG report does not include criminal referrals. The final IG report is a statement of facts. The IG report only provides the facts to decision-making leadership, who then decide what to do with those facts. However, if the IG discovers evidence of unlawful or illegal activity during the course of his/her investigation, the IG has a legal and ethical responsibility to tell the head of the DOJ immediately.

The IG cannot keep evidence of unlawful conduct hidden until the release of the report.

This is important because Attorney General Jeff Sessions appointed U.S. Attorney John Huber to join IG Horowitz toward the end of last year (2017).

The federal attorney (Huber)  then constructs a parallel investigation based on the evidence the IG has discovered.

However, as with all criminal investigations, Prosecutor John Huber would then fire-wall the IG from his own expanded criminal investigative inquiry.

It is critical to understand what happens when a U.S. Attorney joins with the OIG. The evidence flow only goes one-way. The IG is not participating in a criminal investigation. The IG is only looking at facts within his investigation and shares any pertinent investigative findings with the U.S. Attorney. The U.S. attorney does not provide the IG with findings from his criminal investigation.

IG Horowitz and U.S Attorney Huber might interview the same subjects. [In rare instances they might even interview the same subject simultaneously] However, Huber would not share his criminal investigative interview content/evidence with Horowitz. Therefore the content of a final IG report may contain outlines/evidence of criminal behavior, but there could be -likely is- much more evidence in addition to the IG report.

How the criminal prosecutions might proceed after the final IG report is released involves prosecutor strategy.

U.S. Attorney John Huber may wish to wait and see how the participants react to the facts outlined in the report; or he may use the IG report to expand his criminal investigation and conduct additional interviews of people who are outside government, and as a consequence outside of the IG investigative reach.

Huber may -likely does- already have this process, and a seated grand jury, well underway.

As a result this additional line of investigation was announced in March:

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775 Responses to Inspector General Horowitz Submits Draft Report of Clinton Email Investigation For Principal Review…

  1. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    All Deep State Cabal Roads Eventually Lead to Peter Strzok

    “It was a dirty job, but somebody had to do it. – Texas Congressman and former state Appeals Court Justice Louie Gohmert published a devastating criticism of ex-FBI Director Robert Mueller on Tuesday.(*) Those of you who still believe that the Witch Hunter in Chief is some sort of sterling individual with an unassailable background of defending truth, justice and the American Way should take half an hour out of your day today and read it. It will disabuse you forever of those silly notions…..

    …..Cause, meet Effect. – Speaking of Super Duper Agent Peter Strzok, here’s a great practical example of how Mueller’s efforts to juvenilize the agency, having thrust this emotional midget (as clearly demonstrated by his 50,000 texts with his mistress) into a senior position in the FBI’s counterintelligence division, rendered the Agency more vulnerable to corruption…..”


    by Congressman Louie Gohmert

    Robert Mueller has a long and sordid history of illicitly targeting innocent people that is
    a stain upon the legacy of American jurisprudence. He lacks the judgment and credibility
    to lead the
    prosecution of anyone

    Liked by 32 people

    • Bob Thoms says:

      All Deep State Cabal Roads Eventually Lead to Peter Strzok.

      That isn’t my POV. All roads lead to Brennan. And Strozok will likely be a key witness in nailing Brennan.

      Liked by 18 people

      • Strzok is about two years short of retirement requirements for a federal law enforcement enhanced retirement. There is a big axe hanging over his head that can cause him to lose his very good retirement in two years to a very reduced retirement that he can’t collect until he is likely in his sixties. That can influence his willingness to be a witness against Comey, McCabe and others involved.

        Liked by 1 person

        • David A says:

          Not going to jail for the length of time he should, should be reason enough, any thought of pension shouldn’t even exist.

          Liked by 11 people

          • Linus in W.PA. says:


            All pension options as well as any fringe benefits such as health care should be eliminated.

            They have to find a way to get back to Lois Lerner too.

            Liked by 8 people

          • scott467 says:

            “Not going to jail for the length of time he should, should be reason enough, any thought of pension shouldn’t even exist.”


            Not losing his head, or not frying in an electric chair, should be reason enough.

            If such a generous offer is made.

            Liked by 3 people

          • mopar2016 says:

            Still not happy about Strzok and Priestap being involved with this stuff.
            There better be some punishment for these two traitors.

            Liked by 1 person

        • JX says:

          Coup plotters deserve to hang. If he gets off with prison he’s lucky.

          Liked by 4 people

          • HenryP. says:

            Seems to me there are a whole lot of bad actors here with plenty of motivation to flip and rat out their shadow government masters. If not then off to prison with them, supermax!

            Liked by 1 person

      • SJM says:


        Special Report

        John Brennan’s ‘Exceptionally Sensitive’ Issue

        May 16, 2018, 12:05 am

        Brennan dimly understood that there would be hell to pay if it came out that Hillary partisans in the U.S. government were spying on her opponent’s campaign, making use of opposition research that she had purchased. But Brennan, who was auditioning to be Hillary’s CIA director and choking on his anger at the thought of Trump as president, couldn’t help himself apparently. From April 2016 to July 2016, according to leaked stories in the British press, he assembled a multi-agency taskforce that served as the beginnings of a counterintelligence probe into the Trump campaign. During these months, he was “personally briefing” Obama on “Russian interference” — Brennan’s euphemism for spying on the Trump campaign — and was practically camped out at the White House. So in all likelihood Obama knew about and had given his blessing to Brennan’s dirt-digging.

        The FBI’s LIASON to Brennan was PETER STRZOK, whose hatred for Trump equaled Brennan’s. But even Strzok knew that Brennan was blowing smoke about Trump-Russian collusion. Strzok would later tell his mistress that he sensed the probe would prove a crock — that “there’s no big there there.”

        What’s valuable about the Corn/Isikoff account is that it inadvertently provides a picture of Brennan running an anti-Trump spying operation right out of Langley. Even after the FBI probe formally began in July 2016, Brennan was bringing CIA agents, FBI officials, and NSA officials into the same room at CIA headquarters to pool their anti-Trump hunches. To give these outrageous meetings a patina of respectability, Brennan invoked the post-9/11 rationale of interagency cooperation. Corn and Isikoff, obviously supportive of Brennan’s operation, use absurdly sanitized language to describe these meetings, but the shocking political import of them is still unmistakable:

        Liked by 4 people

        • Curt says:

          I really think that Obama’s daily intelligence briefing, which was shared with about 30 people, was the vehicle used to carry out an anti Trump conspiracy within the various agencies. These careerist bureaucrats, within the various intelligence agencies, were literally coordinating their anti-Trump activities using this means.An d conveniently with Obama’s approval.

          Liked by 6 people

          • Perot Conservative says:

            So many angles, so devious.

            I don’t know if Obama is implicated, but numerous people who report to him should do time.


      • Curt says:

        Brennan is truly dirty and just plain evil……….

        Liked by 7 people

      • The Demon Slick says:

        All roads lead to Obama and OFA.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Everett Miller says:

        Actually–all roads lead to the first half-black POTUS, Barry Soetero, or whoever he is.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Bob Thoms “All Deep State Cabal Roads Eventually Lead to Peter Strzok”

        IMO Strok is an intentional distraction to slow down the wheels of justice. it’s very likely that Comey, Lynch/Yates are back roads to Brennan & that all roads eventually lead back to Hussein. the Trojan Horse & Traitor In Chief.


    • Fools Gold says:

      Those of you who still believe that the Witch Hunter in Chief is some sort of sterling individual with an unassailable background of defending truth, justice and the American Way should take half an hour out of your day today and read it. It will disabuse you forever of those silly comments…

      I would think the folks who frequent this site everyday and read all of The Sunlight articles wouldn’t qualify for that remark!

      Liked by 6 people

    • EternalVigilanc3 says:

      Deplorable Infidel would you happen to have the answer to why Trump met with Mueller day before Muller was appointed?

      Liked by 1 person

      • mharper42 says:

        I have heard recently on conservative radio that Mueller interviewed with Trump to be appointed as head of Trump’s FBI. Trump rejected him.


    • cozette says:

      Louie made a persuasive case for why Mueller would be a great double agent. Believable to the Swamp but easily leveraged with the promise of a pardon. Plus he chose to enlist in the Marines during the Vietnam War which guaranteed he would see combat. That was an unheard of choice for someone of his social status. He was a Marine Lt. who apparently at one time was idealistic. Additionally he professes to be a life long Catholic. He’s in his 70s. Perhaps he believes in eternal life and a final judgment. In that case he may appreciate an offer of redemption. We know President Trump met with him twice after the Comey firing. We know the last meeting, a lengthy one, was the day before he became the SC. We know it was believed he was being interviewed to head the FBI but he was ineligible for that position. Pundits just assumed Trump was too dumb to know that andcwas wasting his time interviewing Mueller. Was Trump really dumb? Did he have other reasons for talking with Mueller? Were their meetings during the period of his interviews of potential FBI heads a convenient cover/smoke screen for what was really going on? So far Muellers investigation hasn’t harmed Trump at all in fact it’s been an enormous benefit on every possible way. It created a honey pot/containment site for plotters. It distracted the media so Sessions/Horowitz/Huber could work under the radar. It lulled the Swamp into a false sense of security. It allowed the public to organically shake off the Russia delusion and become aware of the coup and disgusting corruption that is so much worse than most imagined. It turned Trump from a traitor to an underdog hero. Now, just in time for elections, normally unmotivated voters are super energized to save their hero from the evil Mueller and the Democrats. Mueller has helped Trump so kuch its almost as if Trump planned it that way. As Q has said, “Great movies require great actors. Enjoy the show.” I would add the advise Jesus gave to “Not let your heart be troubled.” Worry makes us sick. Who benefits from sick patriots? Certainly not our President who fights so hard for us. MAGA with a happy heart. God bless.

      Liked by 9 people

    • frederick edwards says:

      Mueller is the mirror image of John Kerry , like Time Magazine ,99% correct 1% of the time

      Liked by 1 person

    • All American Snowflake says:

      I hate Robert Mueller like God hates sin.


  2. Sandra-VA says:

    I have a feeling the “review by subjects” has already been done…. because that piece in the NYTimes is a spin of the facts to make whatever is coming look better than it is going to be.

    *fingers crossed* we see it on Friday 😀

    Liked by 6 people

    • SJM says:

      John Solomon on Lou Dobbs tonight notes in took the NYT 27 paragraphs before it noted that there was NO COLLUSION between the Trump campaign & Russia:

      Mueller’s ties to Russian oligarch may be a conflict of interest to Trump probe
      May. 16, 2018 – 7:24 Minute Video – John Solomon, opinion contributor to The Hill, discusses special counsel Robert Mueller’s relationship with Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska and how this may be a conflict of interest to the Trump probe.

      Liked by 2 people

    • George Hicks says:

      Even the WSJ looks like they are forming a spin:
      The report is likely to reignite the volatile debate over the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s handling of the Clinton probe, and it will put Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department’s inspector general, in a familiar place—taking aim at members of the law enforcement community.
      Will this be the narrative? That the IG, and everyone involved with the report is trying to impugn everyone in law enforcement (including the rank and file)?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Julia Adams says:

      The NYT piece is a last ditch effort to protect Obama, his holdovers and members of his former administration.

      What this means is Nunes’ and Horowitz’s aircraft are over the target. Bombay doors are open, are waiting final command to commence operations.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Newt Love says:

        > “The NYT piece is a last ditch effort to protect Obama, his holdovers and members of his former administration. …”

        the NYT piece is a tissue-paper thin firewall protecting Oblamer from the brunt of his criminal activity.

        Liked by 2 people

  3. Publius2016 says:

    Would be nice to see an unradacted release! Getter Done!

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Coast says:

    As a past employee of a federal agency, I’ve been on the other side of various IG reports. The purpose of the review is essentially an opportunity for agency rebuttal, which means the IG may have to re-examine certain report content and determine if a “fact” is actually a fact, or if a statement in the report is in error and must be adjusted. This process is usually smooth and in theory only takes an agency less than a week for review and comment. But I would imagine that this report and situation would be much more complicated than the normal audits. I would love to read this draft.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. thedoc00 says:

    One thing has been constant throughout this entire saga, there is a selected group of Republicans vigorously stoking the flames of transparency by attacking the DoJ (AG Sessions and DAG Rosenstein) while also begging the President to release all. The one set of voices that have never heard, begging for transparency, is the democrats and eGOP swampers in the senate.

    President Trump isn’t going to release a single document until the first democrat or eGOP swamper calls his bluff.

    Liked by 3 people

    • rsmith1776 says:

      “President Trump isn’t going to release a single document until the first democrat or eGOP swamper calls his bluff.”

      I’d go as far as to say we should corrupt one.

      One buck and a free condom should about do it jus’ right.

      Liked by 2 people

  6. rsmith1776 says:

    Thank you Sundance for a FANTASTIC report – with no equivalent anywhere that I can tell – …I am looking forward to further developments and, if I have to admit I was too pessimistic, I will gladly do it.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Treeclimber says:

      It’s always lovely to make dark predictions and be proven wrong, isn’t it. =) I’ve made somewhat of a habit of it (in other areas of life, I’ve taken very much a wait-and-see approach here.)


  7. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Somoone(s) has COINCIDENTLY dished the cover story to NYT about the Secret FBI investigation, Pappy, the “insurance policy”……EVERYTHING.



    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Battlefied prep for the release of the OIG report.

      Liked by 3 people

    • JMC says:

      What a load of utter hogwash this NYT blurb is!

      Liked by 3 people

      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        NYT…..the Front Page of the Deep State

        Liked by 3 people

      • KimmyK says:

        Yes, and unreal some (most) of the comments.
        Clueless to what really went on and some still believe the beast lost because Comey reopened the investigation of HER and kept PDJT’s hidden…oh and he will be impeached for treason and locked up soon. UNBELIEVABLE!

        Liked by 2 people

      • George Hicks says:

        Even better are the comments…all NYT groupies who try to sound so knowledgeable but have no idea what is happening right in front of their faces!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Former lurker says:

        “Uh, the reason we were so quiet about spying on Trump is we were being more fair to him than to Hillary. Yeah, that’s it. That’s the ticket.”

        Is the “Gray Lady” saying that this spying was justified given the lack of evidence that the deep state didn’t manufacture?

        Oh, I forgot. It’s not the nature of the evidence, it’s the seriousness of the charge.

        This isn’t a news story, it’s just more evidence that the NYT is a co-conspirator against the duly elected President, and the deplorables who voted for him. How I long for the day when these “journalist” are standing in the dock, trying to convince some angry deplorables in the jury that they were only megaphones, writing and broadcasting what they were told to push.

        “I was only following orders. It’s my boss you should hang.” I expect this to be the hit catchphrase in the swamp soon.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Jim Ryan says:

        Digital fish wrap.

        Liked by 1 person

  8. DAVID says:

    This will end up being about half what everyone here thinks. We will hear both sides, something this blog does not do. What they did was wrong, but I doubt more than 2 people will be referred for criminal prosecution, if any. They are elite, and even Obama changed his mind about going after Bush people once he realized the threat to his after he left should he move forward.


    • Lucille says:

      “We will hear both sides, something this blog does not do.”

      1) Sundance knows he doesn’t have to thoroughly present the left’s side. We know where to go to get it and subsequently provide leftie lies/media take and analysis by the right in the comment section; 2) Which blogs/media present both sides…certainly not leftie sites.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Deb says:

        Yes. Sundance presents the information and facts the media tries to hide or obfuscate. We have shamed them into covering things because of the sunlight Patriots like Sundance provide. The readers here are well informed, which is why they seek out information they know is lacking in the MSM.

        Liked by 5 people

    • Curt says:

      David, your assessment may be correct, but the joker here is Huber and his associated investigation. We’ll see……………

      Liked by 2 people

      • Marko says:

        “Mistakes were made….and we will learn from it. I’m grateful to IG Horowitz for his hard work in helping the DOJ and FBI improve themselves and move forward.”

        Liked by 2 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      Hoggwash DAVID, there’s only one version of the truth.
      HuffyPo is calling you, time to go home.

      Liked by 2 people

    • simplewins says:

      Are you a Comey Homey? lol

      Liked by 3 people

    • Vince says:

      “Both sides” is actually a lazy approach to journalism, compared to thoroughly examining the facts without a narrative to sell, and reporting the findings without regard to consequences.
      You may want to look back into the past on this blog, to other controversial events that were covered here. Such as the Trayvon Martin / George Zimmerman shooting and trial. The MSM had their own opinion, and CTH did its own research. Who, in the end, was more accurate?
      Or you can go back to the Mike Brown shooting. Or the 2016 campaign. Or just wait and see what happens here.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      Pretty much everywhere else presents the other side. It’s what the MSM puts out there and it is easy to regurgitate it. This place has no need to restate their false case for them.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Pat Frederick says:

      facts are facts. they have no sides, bless your heart.

      Liked by 3 people

  9. Dutchman says:

    Isn’t it IRONIC, what a major role the inet has had in all this? Hillary’s server, wikileaks podesta emails, ‘lover’ texts, AND CTH and FEW similar blogs getting out the truth.And of coarse, VSGPDJT’s tweets.
    Hillary STILL would have been corrupt, BOTH parties have engaged in what dems did with sanders; anyone else remember Goldwater? How bout ron paul? And its obvious the deep state has been running the country into the ground, using pres from either party as manipulated pawn.
    So, thank God for VSGPDJT, of coarse. But, never thought id say it, thank God for the inet.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. westernwhere says:

    I can’t wait to find out about the FBI FOIA Twitter account. That was a extra weird episode in a really already weird year.

    Staying up late reading documents with internet pals and memeing Trump into the presidency.

    All the other stuff too, but dang. Ya know?

    Liked by 1 person

  11. westernwhere says:

    So, evil thought here…. Maybe this will drop and they’ll charge McCabe at the same time.

    Splodey heads!


    Liked by 2 people

  12. Dutchman says:

    David; You MAY have a point. Its like the arguement against torture; we don’t torture them, so they won’t torture OUR people. Problem is, thats ‘old school’ didn’t even hold in WW2, remember bataan death march? Certainly didnt ‘work’in Korean war, or V.Nam.
    Its like nuke option, in Senate. So, just DO IT! Indict, and convict with such overwhelming LEGALLY ADMISSABLE evidence that guilty plea is only option.
    And, let em try to prosecute Trump. Hell, they’ve broken this unspoken agreement already, by trying to frame and convict Trump. Screw these deepstate marqis of queensberry rules.
    Kick em in the groin, gouge their eye!
    There is only ONE rule in Politics; Win!
    There is no ‘ cheating’, see rule above.
    Just don’t get caught, cause see rule 1, above. If you get caught, you lose.

    Liked by 3 people

    • SJM says:

      D-Man: “Kick em in the groin, gouge their eye!”


    • Perot Conservative says:

      Yes! Have we ever had this much physical evidence? 45,000 texts between Page and Strzok! Just 2 people!

      Imagine the texts from McCabe, Brennan, Comey. Everybody.

      Email. Schedules. Travel logs.

      Then 4-5 people, internally, flipped.

      Liked by 1 person

  13. NYGuy54 says:

    This is going to be mostly ignored by the brain dead media…too detailed even for a summary for their small minds to digest it.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Oldschool says:

      Too much time, too much spin, too many theories, too many talking heads. We’ve lost the interest of many. Punching Mueller in the nose, shutting him down and a few at DOJ/FBI indicted would get attention. This soap saga is turning voters off, to EVERYONE.

      Liked by 1 person

      • NYGuy54 says:

        People shut down with politics in the summer

        Liked by 1 person

      • KBR says:

        Haha oldschool, I was enjoying “Kick em in the groin, gouge their eye!” In a post down below. Scrolled up and here you are with “punching Mueller in the nose.”

        Yep, u & me are feeling a little bit rowdy in the ol TH tonight! 😄


      • Everett Miller says:

        thanks a lot Jeff Sessions–for nothing


      • EternalVigilanc3 says:

        Remember this is only phase 2 of OIG report (killary emails and bias inside fbi) During the “off time” summer MAGA peeps are going to be informing their friends and family with the truth at the BBQs. So when phase 3 hits in (sept nov) the peeps will understand better and much more of the soft coup.

        P.S. Sundance pointed out the 3 phases.

        Liked by 1 person

      • SteveC says:

        As far as I can tell, even with the BS in the NYTimes, this is the first time that low information/MSM viewers have heard anything about this.

        Liked by 1 person

  14. k4jjj says:

    This “review” sounds like a chance for the criminals to change the words of the indictment. Only federal bureaucrats have the golden opportunity to challenge an audit’s wording before it is published. A blistering audit in the private sector does not allow the miscreants to challenge the language before publication. If you screwed up, broke the law or committed fraud, the facts speak for themselves and you face the music in the real world.

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  15. Fools Gold says:

    If this is the Final as outlined, does it get the friggin Mule head fired or do we continue to see Sessions continue to recuse himself from the completely fake unlawful attack that lead to the SC appointment?


  16. Dutchman says:

    David; their defence will be “WHAT would you have us do? We recieved “credible but UNverified reports that a candidate for Pres was a “manchurian candidate” for russians. We HAD to investigate!”
    The responce is, reports came from opposition candidate! To which they will say “Given the accusation, does it matter the source, still COULD have been true!”
    Yes, but YOU, the IC, produced the raw, bs reports, in collusion with the opp candidate; you PLANTED the evidence, in order to justify the investigation!
    And they will say, no we didn’t; PROVE it.
    Which is why HAS to be airtite case.

    Liked by 3 people

    • KBR says:

      Kick em in the groin, gouge their eye! Right after they say “PROVE IT.”

      (I kinda liked that other post best. Reminds me of the old TV westerns daddy used to watch.) 😁

      Liked by 1 person

    • JX says:

      The coup plotters developed a false narrative, used military intelligence capabilities, and propagandized target audiences: courts and the population at large. They extended their operation to a Special Counsel who has bludgeoned innocent people via legal process in order to conceal their failing plot.

      They all deserve to hang.

      Liked by 3 people

  17. zooamerica says:

    Roughly 2 weeks to go before Inspector General Horowitz releases the Final IG Report!

    After the Final IG Report is released, it is up to the American people to DEMAND justice.

    Attorney General, Jeff Sessions can then FINALLY go after these criminals with the incredibly rare Five of a Kind hand of political Poker cards.

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Michael Celani says:

    What would be more surprising than a Trump election win would be an honest IG report.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Pyrthroes says:

    We eagerly await the requisite official disclaimer to effect that poor, innocent, unsuspecting Benedict Barack Gangrenous, SHD, broke an arm ensuring his miserable apparatchiks conducted “full and fair”, disinterested and withal impartial “inquiries” on every front.

    At this point, we’re entitled [that word] to take Mueller’s seditious libel, Brennan-Clapper-Comey’s mealworm subversion, for the treasonous closet-coup attempt it is. Absent accountability rendered meaningful by genuine penalties –not politically motivated, Rat-accommodating “bad dog!” bleats-and-squeaks– Nadir Shah and his penultimately vicious “criminal gang masquerading as a political party” (Michael Barone, Spring 2009) will live to strike again.

    Just last week, two more sad victims of MzBill & Co.’s murderous Clinton, Inc., both Haitian whistleblowers shortly due to testify, were anomalously “diagnosed as suicides” and cremated without autopsy or even completed Death Certificates. Wassa matter, Clouseau– afraid the truth might “disillusion” the deplorables? Earth to Trump Administration (which we admire greatly): Too late, it already has.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Whitehouse Clown says:

    There are no more tier one, two or three criminal defense lawyers available in the District. All have commitments to existing clients.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Julia Adams says:

    Oh, Lord, won’t you buy me several indictments of the Obama Administration,
    You can disregard, my earlier request, for a Mercedes Benz.

    Liked by 7 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Oooh. If I were given the choice between a free brand new Mercedes Benz or prison sentences for Hillary, Huma, and all of the other traitors, I would totally go for the prison setneces.

      Liked by 2 people

  22. zooamerica says:

    It’s Poker Face time.

    Comey, Brennan, and Clapper are bluffing, BIG LEAGUE.

    Giuliani plays the Joker.

    Who holds the strongest hand?

    The side that you can now bet on, legally.

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    Regarding all the talk today of Giuliani as THE Presidents lawyer yakking it up about how fortunate everybody is, now that Mueller is not going to indict Trump. Like he ever could.
    Does anyone else get the feeling that Giuliani is playing a role here? He hams it up while practically inviting the media to marvel at the incompetence on display by the Trump legal team. Meanwhile, there is this hotshot lawyer who previously worked for Bill Clinton and is an expert in “Impeachment Procedures” working for Trump also. No one has said dick about him since he’s been hired. He doesn’t appear to give any interviews so I’m guessing he’s been hired to work, instead of going on doofus talk shows. I can’t remember his name right now, and I’m thinking that might be a good thing.
    Maybe Giuliani is doing the yada yada thing as a distraction. Trump has to know what Mueller really is all about. I’m optimistic Trump is going to rally all Summer long to keep the House & Senate in Republican hands.
    Just in case Mr Sleepy Possum is really Mr Dead Skunk.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. scott467 says:

    “Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Asst. AG Rod Rosenstein will review the draft report and control who they allow to review.”


    Has Rosie been licensed to use a Ham radio?

    Where is Whoa! Nellie’s Ham radio? Is it locked in the evidence room, or is it in Rosie’s office?

    Do Yates, Lynch, Comey, McCabe, Lisa Page, James Baker, et al. have Ham radios?

    Seriously, ALL of those people are going to know what the report says as soon as Rosie does.

    One way or another.

    Liked by 2 people

    • George Hicks says:

      As soon as the draft report is viewed by the named parties, the radio frequencies all over DC will be on fire…damn the NDA’s.


      • Perot Conservative says:

        No, they’ll be in some unrelated unknown yacks basement, or on a nondiscript boat, or with their legal counsel somewhere unknown.

        Finders Fee for DC Photos of Conspirators!

        Where’s Perez Hilton when you need him?


    • Perot Conservative says:

      Time for Tailing. Military ops?

      Things have been so deceptive and twisted I think I would put a tail on every single small team conspirator, and the Big Bosses.

      A month or so back someone claimed these folks are already using burn phones.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Trumpcity says:

      indict Rosiie’s Ham sammach.


  25. Fools Gold says:

    Almost forgot, I’m old. Thanks for reporting sunshine! Don’t know if the first to report. It guarantee I’d heard it first here and in the greatest of details. I’m sure theirs not a word of any of it on the LSD TV. They all have to receive their talking points from their corupt boss’s before uttering a word.


  26. zooamerica says:

    Many people have lost sight of the fact that the Inspector General’s Final Report has almost everything to do with Hillary Clinton.

    Remember when they smashed their cell phones with hammers?

    Remember Bleach Bit? Remember wiping the servers?

    “What, like with a cloth?”

    Why did the DNC refuse to turn over their servers to the FBI AFTER they claimed Russians hacked their servers?

    Hillary and Bill still control the DNC despite what Perez and Ellison say or think..

    How many $ billions do the Clinton’s have stashed away overseas?

    The Clinton Foundation raked in a lot of money. It was a giant Casino,

    The house won. Many people and countries bet on —>HER and lost a lot of money to…


    Where’s the Clinton Foundation money now?

    I have no idea, but I do know for a fact that Hillary Clinton was once a Goldwater Girl, and her husband could not run as a Democrat today.

    Bill Clinton’s political platform from 1993 is considered to be “right wing,” by the modern day American left.

    I have to give Hillary and Bill credit..

    The Clinton’s are the political bulwark against the extreme left of Bernie and Obama.

    America is one election away from going full blown socialist.

    Even with the incredible success of President Trump in his first 16 months, the kids still don’t get it.

    Hillary and Bill can be used to fully expose the far left in America and keep the extreme left very far away from the White House.

    As much as I so want to see Hillary and Bill locked up, I know that they are more useful.


  27. Andrea Sheinbein says:

    Seems really strange that Peter Strozk is still inside the fbi.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. JX says:

    Too bad Rosenstein reviews the draft. He needs to be placed under total surveillance so he can not notify his co-conspirators of what’s coming.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. covfefe999 says:

    This from the WSJ excerpt just about made me barf:

    it will put Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department’s inspector general, in a familiar place—taking aim at members of the law enforcement community.

    It’s hard to call the traitors “members of the law enforcement community” considering they were breaking laws instead of enforcing them. But nice try, WSJ.

    Liked by 2 people

  30. Richard Whitney says:

    Perhaps one of those EOs recoups the money that the Clinton crime organization has stashed worldwide.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Lizzyp says:

    Am I the only one who wonders how Sundance knew this was coming today?


  32. The Devilbat says:

    I have said this before and I will say it again. The arrests for this and other criminal issues being investigated will be timed to occur just a few weeks prior to the mid term elections. There will be massive volumes of filth poured out in front of the American people that will clearly show the democrats and their deep state leaders up for exactly who and what they are. What we have here is operation “SAD” – Sedition And Democrats.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Lindenlee says:

      Well, if the American people are going see all this filth, then there had better be some real exposable dirt on Zucker, Murdoch, and other, so that their vile media companies wil report on this… Because having only Fox do it, on only some few, selected shows, ain’t gonna cut it.

      Liked by 1 person

  33. TheWanderingStar says:

    I hope there are some barium bits seeded throughout the report so that leakers will be found out. This is just too juicy a nut for the leakers to pass up I’m betting.

    Liked by 1 person

    • CMDCMRET says:



    • Perot Conservative says:

      Can you please elaborate, brother? Ie barium bits, how used … or being sarcastic?


      • Lizzyp says:

        I think ‘barium bits’ are another name for canary trap. Slightly different wording in each copy distributed so that if something leaks the wording will lead to the source.

        If I’m right, I’m loving the call out to GI procedures!

        Liked by 1 person

        • Perot Conservative says:

          How could they read and leak the IG report quickly?

          Any idea how long this report is? It also is likely DENSE, 100x the size of the McCabe report? 400 page minimum?

          Isn’t the report read in a secure location, under supervision?


  34. Bogeyfree says:

    So what happens if the IG report comes out ripping Comey and hopefully many others and then the American people find out just days later that Mueller has already given Comey immunity months ago?


  35. CMDCMRET says:

    Keep your head in a swivel white hats…the round of leaks that emanate from this review should require yet another investigation…pray the white hats with prosecutorial authority are watching…and waiting.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. CMDCMRET says:

    Keep your head on a swivel white hats…the round of leaks that emanate from this review should require yet another investigation…pray the white hats with prosecutorial authority are watching…and waiting.


  37. Bill Dunn says:

    What are the chances that the “Small Group”
    have serious cases of clenched buttocks tonight?
    The HAMMER is about to come down.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. The Great Kazoo says:

    Man! It seems like they’re never going to arrest those swamprats….
    Hopefully this is the light at the end of the tunnel.
    I hope the IG report isn’t another watered down excuse to let them off the hook again.
    Treason lies at the heart of this coup attempt.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. MTK says:

    Would not it be grand, if the Horowitz report landed on Congressional Oversight desks this Friday.

    Call it sweet irony.
    Call it a coincidence.
    Call it wedding present.

    The perfect oppurtunity to juxtapose the MSM in the days to come, “You folks chose to not report, but ran with wall to wall coverage of the wedding, some would argue, “That is so typical, while a motiff of sour pusses scrolls across screen.”


  40. LibertyONE says:

    I ASSUME there is a requirement that the presently employed “subjects “of the IG investigation have an opportunity to review the findings. Having the POS STROZK , signing a Non Disclosure Form is laughable. This POS WILL leak the findings. Further, IF this report is so well referenced, checked, double checked WHY in heavens name give them( presently employed subjects) the opportunity to review and or rebut. Let them like others try to scam their way out. This IG report BETTER be a bomshell.


    • Perot Conservative says:

      Sundance says Sessions and Rosy let out to “principals” for review.

      My question was about a Devil’s Advocate, … it sounds like the line-by-line fact-based report, quadruple checked or more, plus Draft Review, supplies much of that.

      I guess being Mormon, we don’t have to worry about Huber taking notes up to the Club or Strip Club?


    • dharrison1125 says:

      My first thought was “how long will it take him to call Lisa?”


  41. Ned Zeppelin II says:

    I would like to hear the pillow talk between Barack and Michelle tonight. Things not looking so good, maybe Daddy arrested by early June.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Fake Ruby says:

    I Haven’t had the chance to read thru all 738 comments (as of this reply) on this thread, so I don’t know whether anyone has pointed out that your following statement is incorrect.

    “Former Officials, or employees who have left the agency: ex. James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, James Baker, Jim Rybicki, Michael Kortan and all of the officials who have left the FBI will not get to see the draft report. [Now you know why Lisa Page and James Baker were dispatched last week.]

    Per WaPo:

    Those being given an opportunity to review a draft of the report include Comey, McCabe, former attorney general Loretta Lynch, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page and FBI agent Peter Strzok, according to several people familiar with the matter.

    As everyone knows, a number of these folks are no longer government employees.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. rudy1876 says:

    Just as a ballpark number, how many people have to be arrested tried and jailed to vastly improve true justice in this country? I know the perpetual state, deep state, lifetime employees are a big problem, but the big names, the enablers, the enforces, the plotters, the non-government agitators (Sid Blumenthal types), could be eliminated, crippled, disposed of pretty quickly IMO. Doesn’t have to be all at once either. Give me…ohhhhh….50 a week nationally. I think it’s doable. If there was a will. Start at the top. I know this seems simplistic but I don’t care about the same names, the headline names, being repeated over and over and over again for decades as the problem, but are apparently super geniuses that can’t be touched. There’s only one answer to me. They are intentionally being left alone to be used as foils, fund-raising ammunition (I NEED YOUR DONATION TO STOP HILLARY!) or, it’s one big party and they’re all laughing at us rubes. All of the above? I say a few hundred people in jail and the collapse of the US takedown suffers a big defeat. We don’t have 8 years to do it in either. Too long.


  44. Mrs.E says:

    Emmett Flood is the lawyer that has experience in impeachment prceedings.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Malinda Lewis says:

    I’m hopeful that after the IG report All who participated in corrupt activities will be Fired or impeached!! It is totally crazy the way Obama & his admin seemed to make sure every dept had participated in making sure Hillary won 2016 prez election..No wonder democrats were sooo sure they were going to win..PSYCH God & Citizens of this Great USA had other plans!


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