Joe diGenova and Sidney Powell Discuss The DOJ and FBI Corruption…

They should go on a tour together.  Finally someone goes back and connects the dots from the hundreds of illegal FBI FISA-702(16)(17) searches where they were allowing ‘contractors’ to do opposition research in NSA and FBI databases.  Part of the dirtying up of their opposition required the digging of dirt for use therein. Thank You Sidney Powell.

That righteous notation triggered Joe diGenova’s memory… and Laura Ingraham was left nodding her head (she was lost) as details began surfacing that only a few have yet grasped.  Quite a good segment.  WATCH:

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535 Responses to Joe diGenova and Sidney Powell Discuss The DOJ and FBI Corruption…

  1. TDU_Weight says:

    And to show that there is nothing new under the sun… I give you… (48 min – recommend you view at normal speed for full effect and the subtleties)

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      If you like the clip, you may be inkleined to like this as well:

      Liked by 5 people

    • TDU_Weight says:

      Here is Sen Thomas J. Dodd before he became a friend with benefits of Gen. Julius Klein.

      Quite a journey that must have been, from Nuremberg prosecutor to Senate censure.

      Odd that the Wikipedia page on Dodd has no mention of Gen. Julius Klein being central to the allegations against Dodd that lead to his censure,

      Want a shocker… look up Julius Klein’s wiki profile.

      Damn… who pulled the rug on history.

      Who would do such a thing?

      Who indeed?

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      WASHINGTON POST AND TIMES HERALD
      FEB 7, 1966

      The Washington Merry-Go_Round
      The Two Stories of Gen. Klein
      by Drew Pearson

      Little more than a year ago, Chairman J. William Fulbright (D-Ark), hauled Gen. Julius Klein before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and cross examined him about his activities as a $150,000-a-year West German Agent.

      The unhappy Klein confessed he prepared speeches for congressmen, planted stories in newspapers, and otherwise promoted West Germany. There is nothing illegal about this. However, the public is entitled to know when the speeches of a Representative or Senator are written by a foreign agent. That is why Congress passed the Foreign Agent Registration Act.

      Gen. Klein, however, insisted to Senator Fulbright that he was not paid by the Government but by a private group.

      “It is a group,” he said, “that you find in every city that people get together whether members are bankers or chaplains or doctors, of all business life.”

      Fulbright peering professor-like through glasses half way down his nose, asked whether the group was “under the control of the Bonn government.”

      This is not correct, Mr Chairman,” said Klein.

      Klein was more candid, however, in his confessions to another committee member. In preparing secret “briefing memos” for Sen. Tom Dodd (D-conn), Klein acknowledged that his client was indeed under the West German government control.

      Dodd did not turn this startling information over to the Committee, however, so it could bring perjury charges against Klein. He used the secret memos instead for guidance in approaching German leaders last year at Klein’ behest.

      (article continues…)

      Gen. Klein, by the way, was on a first name basis with brothers Allen and John Dulles… and for all the right reasons.

      And that $150,000-a-year “honorarium.” Gen. Julius would use that to light his cigars.

      But where is all this history?

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      Source: unknown
      10 April 1966

      CONGRESS
      A Matter of Ethics

      For years columnist Drew Pearson has sniped at Thomas J. Dodd, the handsome white-maned Democratic (sic) senator from Connecticut. But in recent months Pearson and his sidekick, Jack Anderson, have stepped up the attack. Dodd, in turn, has responded to the drum-fire of scandalous charges against him by asking [for] an investigation by FBI and the Senate’s new ethics committee. By last week it seemed a showdown was inevitable – and that out of it might come the hottest front-page sensation on the Hill since the Bobby Baker case. Newsweek’s chief Congressional correspondent Samuel Schaffer reports the story:

      Involved in the simmering controversy are the reputation and career of Tom Dodd, a two term senator, former FBI agent, executive U.S. trial counsel at Nuremberg, good friend of J. Edgar Hoover, and perhaps the closest friend LBJ has in the Congress. Involved too, is the possible criminal prosecution of Anderson and Pearson, who have won some battles with the high and mighty.

      A central personality in the conflict is flamboyant Washington lobbyist Maj. Gen Julius Klein (retired), whose clients include West Germany – and who, Hubert H. Humphrey said in 1962, has “more friends in the Senate and the House… than any man I know.”
      (article continues)

      Getting deja vu?

      Wonder who Q was back then?

      Times have changed.

      Now Q says, “follow the wives.”

      In those days it was, “follow the sons.”

      I’ll add to that.

      Follow the grandchildren.

      I did.

      Right down the rabbit hole and ended up right here.

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      CIA DIRECTOR APOLOGIZES TO SENATE PANEL FOR HIS LETTER
      Fulbright Says Case Is Closed — Morse Had Demanded That Helms Resign

      by William K. Wyant Jr. / A Washington Correspondent of the Post-Dispatch
      July 29, 1966

      (about halfway through the article)

      Very Forthright

      Fulbright said Helms had been “very forthright” in answering questions and pointed out that the CIA had no charter to intervene in the nation’s domestic affairs and was not doing so.

      Fulbright questioned Helms about reports that the CIA had taken part, in some way, in labor union elections in the United States. He said Helms said the CIA had not intervened directly or indirectly, to his knowledge.

      “But he can’t know what every single individual does…” Fulbright observed.

      Fulbright was asked whether he was satisfied as to Helm’s qualifications, in light of the letter incident, to continue as director of CIA.

      “Yes, I think so,” Fulbright said.

      Morse’s Demand

      Morse made his demand for Helm’s resignation in a statement issued earlier. Helms can “best serve the country by resigning,” because he has violated the legal mandate not to operate within the United States or influence or participate in affairs within this country, Morse said. The Oregon Senator has long been one of CIA’s sternest critics and a leader in the move to include foreign relations members on the special committee overseeing the intelligence agency’s activities.

      Morse referred to the letter to the [St. Louis] Globe-Democrat as “only a small segment of what is going on” as he renewed the demand “that we find out what the CIA is doing to influence public opinion, public policy and the outcome of elections.”

      Helms, the Morse statement said, has twice intruded in matters directly concerning the Senate, the second intrusion being the letter verifying the mission to Germany of Senator Thomas J. Todd purportedly on a security investigation. That letter was released by the Senate Committee investigating Dodd’s relations with Julius Klein, lobbyist for German interests.

      This, therefore, Morse said, “disqualifies him for further useful service in his present capacity.” The “covert activities of the CIA have now been extended to the domestic affairs of our own country.”

      Ever wonder why we have Fulbright Scholarships and not Morse Scholarships?

      Wonder no more.

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      10:42:00

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      veni, vidi, corpus delicti

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  2. rsmith1776 says:

    Wow. Thank you for being both my main nexus of information and my “first-to-go” analytical power brain.

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    • Tony Bianco says:

      Well hello Big Ugly, we’ve been patiently awaiting your arrival. Let the games begin, and may it bring to justice ALL that were involved.

      Liked by 25 people

    • sundance says:

      Liked by 61 people

      • The Demon Slick says:

        I want big news now! It’s 2am eastern. I hate to wait.

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      • vexedmi says:

        A reson for “Arkanside.”

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        • vexedmi says:

          “reason”

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          • hellinahandbasket says:

            I’m beginning to wonder if EvilTwatHillary has been placed on her own Arkanside list.
            Why in the world, would the Globalist Cabal want her around any longer? Why in the world would they believe she wouldn’t sing like a bird, when the screws are finally strapped onto her. I’d wager the Cabal is planning something EvilTwatHillary always though was for other people, all those underlings resting below her – that fate afforded to all those deemed undesirable to the Globalist/Zionist plan, to suddenly realize she’s an undesirable underling as well. It’s a Pinky and The Brain Episode, playing-out live!

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            • beds2benches says:

              Hillary has “doubles”.
              Deep State can “Arkancide” “someone”, and she can live “somewhere”,
              just sayin’………..

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      • lotbusyexec says:

        It’s gonna be a good day 😉
        RESOLVE

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        • G. Alistar says:

          Perhaps it will IF we finally see someone, anyone in the democrat party actually come to realize just how corrupt this activity was under Obama and the dozen or so political hacks. To date as I read WAPO, NYT or listen to CNN, MSNBC or some of the “resistance” siriusXM channels, I get nothing but crickets….. and, hopeful adoration of Mueller’s efforts to find something, anything on Trump.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        Again, Agreed.

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      • 6x47 says:

        Of all the hammers we’ve been waiting so very long to drop …

        The one I look forward to the most is Jim Comey’s immunity deal getting yanked. The look on that smug SOB’s face when he’s arrested will be PRICELESS.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        I pondered the reason Strzok was retained and concluded he was a more valuable witness with more to disclose.
        You put your finger on a highly likely probability, Brennan used Strzok to help construct the dossier and obtain FISA warrant. He was a go between.
        Ohr fits into the same pattern of continued retention.
        Both are connected via evidence to higher conspirators.

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  3. missilemom says:

    Sydney Powell inspired me so much with her facts, I bought her t-shirt. Will I regret it in the morning?

    Liked by 12 people

    • WSB says:

      No. Sydney is a patriot!

      Liked by 19 people

    • MM says:

      Bought it for a friend……..

      Liked by 4 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      She reads the Treehouse

      Liked by 71 people

    • John A says:

      I highly recommend reading her book, License to Lie. My Dad worked for the IRS as a criminal investigator for 25 years, then became a private investigator for 10 more, defending his clients against the IRS. With the information he provided to defense attorneys, he got all of his clients off by proving incompetence of the agent.

      He worked a case many years ago that involved one of the corrupt lawyers mentioned in Sidney’s book, Brenda Morris. He said that woman should have been arrested in the courtroom for her behavior, and the jury hated her so much it took them an hour to declare the defendant not guilty on all counts after the govt had hounded him for 20 years. He read License to Lie recently and told me it brought back a lot of very bad memories.

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      • Annie says:

        fabulous book…rec it highly!!!she is a treasure!!!

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        • glissmeister says:

          I just watched the CATO presentation with Sidney, Kazinsky and Weicht. Exceptional. Can’t wait to read the book.

          Every profession has its problems with high-functioning sociopaths, malignant vanity, personality disorders and other psychopathies otherwise effectively masked by the earned professional credentials they carry and the collegiality their profession affords as rote courtesy.

          Consider the nexus of Mueller, Comey, McCabe, Yates and others, particularly in the way General Flynn was apparently railroaded.

          We need more strident statutory criminalization of prosecutorial abuse and misconduct. Make their immunity more limited. They must be made more vulnerable. As it sits now, there is ample evidence they are mostly above the law and unaccountable to their fellow citizens, enjoying a different set of rules enjoyed by no one else.

          When prosecutors acting under color of law violate the rights of the citizen being prosecuted, the federal statutes should reflect such violations are criminal acts. There should be no immunity for them. It should be a readily enforceable felony. No committee or professional association would need to meet and make the determination. Their licensing and right to vote should be forfeit with felony conviction.

          It would be their turn to be the defendant.

          It would forever change the culture of lawyering and prosecution in our nation.

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          • Tonawanda says:

            Courts have created a corrupt culture among some prosecutors by refusing to impose penalties for misconduct. In case after case, courts have taught prosecutors what they can get away with.

            Prosecutors have learned how far they can go, and it is very far. Just as some police officers have learned there is no down side to lying.

            The story of the FBI/DOJ corruption against Trump takes place on the local level every day.

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            • Tonawanda Tatonka- a perfect example is Chuck Rhoades in “Billions”.

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            • Yes indeed, and I’m living proof of that. There is a reason why Satan is called the Accuser. He walks to and fro upon the Earth, and he is Legion.

              Isaiah 50:4-9 (The Message translation)
              “The Master, God, has given me a well-taught tongue, So I know how to encourage tired people. He wakes me up in the morning and opens my ears to listen as one ready to take orders. The Master, God, opened my ears, and I didn’t go back to sleep, didn’t pull the covers back over my head.

              “I followed orders, stood there and took it while they beat me, held steady while they pulled out my beard, Didn’t dodge their insults, faced them as they spit in my face. And the Master, God, stays right there and helps me, so I’m not disgraced. Therefore I set my face like flint, confident that I’ll never regret this.

              “My champion is right here. Let’s take our stand together! Who dares bring suit against me? Let him try!

              “Look! the Master, God, is right here. Who would dare call me guilty?

              “Look! My accusers are a clothes bin of threadbare socks and shirts, fodder for moths!”

              2 Timothy 3:1-5 (The Message translation)
              “Don’t be naive. There are difficult times ahead. As the end approaches, people are going to be self-absorbed, money-hungry, self-promoting, stuck-up, profane, contemptuous, crude, coarse, dog-eat-dog, unbending, slanderers, impulsively wild, savage, cynical, treacherous, ruthless, bloated windbags, addicted to lust, and allergic to God.

              “They’ll make a show of religion, but behind the scenes they’re animals. Stay clear of these people.”

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          • Everett Miller says:

            Acting under color of law to harm the rights of others is Federal Felony 18US.Code 242.
            https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/242
            Now, just don’t tell Jeff Sessions–he’s too busy chasing pot smokers to deal with this.

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          • Mickturn says:

            I’ve stated many times “We no longer have a ‘Justice System’, what we have is a corrupt ‘Legal System’, of, by and for the Lawyers, Politicians, Judges and those that support them.”

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          • LafnH20 says:

            glissmeister,

            “Every profession has its problems with high-functioning sociopaths, malignant vanity, personality disorders and other psychopathies otherwise effectively masked by the earned professional credentials they carry and the collegiality their profession affords as rote courtesy.”

            So stealin that…
            With Attribution.. of course

            If I May!?!

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        • Ken says:

          I just downloaded it to my NOOK app this past weekend after hearing her on Hannity last week. It’s my next read after I finish The Hunt For Red October by the late great Tom Clancy.

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      • So much information. I’ve read it 4 times. I’m a slow learner 😛

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    • noswamp says:

      I love Sydney. Period. Great website to boot.

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  4. TNgal says:

    I seriously can’t sleep at night because I am so afraid that the deep state is going to get away with what they did. I hope the GOP understands what is at stake in the elections in the fall.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      You should sleep like a baby! The fact that Peter Strzok is still employed tells you everything that you need to know.

      Peter Strzok is the most important person of them all given the latest revelation. He was their “Superhero” who would do anything and everything that they asked. He was also the “Life Insurance Brooker” when Lisa Page was questioning the possibility Trump would win.

      He was Andy’s right hand man in all matters that he needed taken care of. He also was John Brennan’s left hand man when it came to the Dossier & working with sources affiliated to the UK 🇬🇧 Government.

      Yesterday we learned that 3 FBI Agents went to visit & wake up Deripaska
      when he was in New York as part of Russia’s United Nations delegation (2 months prior to the election meaning it was in September).

      During an hour-long visit, the agents posited a theory that Trump’s campaign was secretly colluding with Russia to hijack the U.S. election. “Deripaska laughed but realized, despite the joviality, that they were serious.”

      You can bet your bottom dollar that one of those 3 Agents was the “Superhero/Life Insurance Brooker/FBI Agent” Peter Strzok.

      This bastard needs to be protected because he ultimately takes down the entire house of cards. Brennan, Andy, Clapper, Rice, Rhodes, Barry etc. needed him dead 💀 a long time ago.

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    • nbkilgore says:

      TNgal, oh they damn well know; 24 House Republicans not seeking re election, 10 House Democrats not seeking re election, 4 Senate Republicans out, 1 Republican Senator resigned (Cochran) and1 Democrat Senator resigned (Al Franken) and 2 anti-Trump Attorney Generals out, Xavier Becerra D–CA and Eric Schneiderman D=SDNY! To me, that looks like VSG POTUS Trump is winning biggly! MAGA!

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    • glissmeister says:

      The Deep State is nothing more than the syndicate cabal operating as the superior culture within DOJ/FBI. This is the whole shooting match. This is the root malignancy.

      Imagine. If the syndicate of lawyers at DOJ/FBI and their co-conspirators at the revolving-door law firms can be smoked out, publicly exposed, challenged, and brought to justice, there would be a new culture at both DOJ and FBI. Sadly, it does look like a massive and desperately needed house cleaning is in order.

      If DOJ/FBI were purged and staffed with quality people committed to equal justice under law, there would be no meaningful “deep state” in the federal bureaucracy, as it would be open season on the other cabals that need mopping up. OIG, DOJ, and FBI fully purged and staffed with noble and faithful actors would do the rest.

      But we don’t have that now. It’s not even a little bit better than it was 2 years ago. Even the improvements made at DoS and CIA are tenuous and fragile because the big cancer at DOJ/FBI has not yet been excised.

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      • “Deep State” is MUCH more than just what we are seeing within the dept of injustice and the feral bureau of insolence. Very much more…

        Just for a primer, you are completely leaving out the central insurrection agency, which is simply a part of the tip of the iceberg of “deep state”/”shadow government”.

        If the Big Ugly is to be actual and effectual in a constitutional restoration of We The People and our ultimate position as the true power, dots must be and will be connected that spread far and wide between ALL “alphabet” agencies and to virtually every other “government” on the face of the planet.

        The amounts of corruption, human rights violations including pedophilia, trafficking of humans and children, thefts of national resources, ruinations of lives, murders, and countless other evil acts against us all are likely beyond comprehension to most.

        Many will never be known, but a yuge dent in the ability to operate like the bush/clinton cabal under the globalist tent of protection by the international “shadow government” banksters should be diminished (must be) and those guilty of crimes against humanity deserve no less than death.

        Because UniParty and Globalism.

        Period.

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    • Justice Warrior says:

      I pray peace for you. When I can’t sleep I spend time with God and give Him all my worries. It helps a lot and He is here to comfort us.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Q has mentioned all the CEOs that have resigned, slithered away.

        This is also very important. Many of these jerks were the ones buying
        and selling our congress critters for decades. If you get the bastardizers
        out of the way, the process itself starts getting disinfected.

        My own fervent prayer is this. The good guys win at a national level.
        But, they need to keep going down the the state and local level. Look
        into stealing of federal funds for education, housing, roads. Look
        longggggg and hard at all the influence the shadow governments at
        state and local levels have done through bond issuing authorities.
        Did a lot of research on the bondits years ago. That’s where the local
        and state action is. And they’re still at it. Lose them, regain our
        neighborhoods.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      TNgal,
      I too, have been struggling with anxiety over this whole thing. There are times where I just want to bury my head in the sand to relieve myself of this fear. But, we are not alone. There are many of us because we realize this is for all the marbles. If we lose this time, our republic will never be the same. I am so thankful for Sundance and all of you treepers for giving me hope when I am discouraged. I believe that the truth will win. I believe in our president. I beleive God appointed him to lead us out of this mess and give America a reprieve. Therefore, I stay plugged in. MAGA

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  5. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Certainly seems the “source in London” is Stefan Halper, particularly as DiGenova said “everyone knows who it is,” meaning that it’s not some new name we have not heard before.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Andy McCarthy also documented a highly redacted stretch in the July 2016 timeline in messages between Strzok and Page when Strzok traveled to London for official interviews in the early days of the investigation of the Trump campaign.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Exactly. And I think Halper invited Papadop to London.

        Now, there are others involved too, it seems (Joseph Mifsud, for example). But “the” guy here is Halper, I think. I believe that is who DiGenova is talking about in this interview.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Excellent thread by John W Huber (Undercover Huber)

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          • MakeAmericaGreat says:

            Wow, that is interesting Flep. I had not thought about that angle. But that’s a heck of a point.

            Here comes the Times trying to save the coup once more. They know things are shifting beyond their grasp, and their coup handlers are eager to alter the story as the facts change. Once again.

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            • poodle12 says:

              True, Flep, like the Carter Page story, the thread clarifies how the George P. story just isn’t logical. But why such pathetic attempts? Not brainy or cunning at all. Hatched from whose second-rate brain(s)? We’re they simply overconfident of a HRC victory? Or is there much more of this story still unconnected to known facts in the public domain thus far? Even the Stefan Halper stuff is weak. So…huh? Are they making it up as they go along? Certainly Halper’s not the big shot Strzok met in London who made Lisa Page go Whoa!

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              • MakeAmericaGreat says:

                I do think they are making it up as they go along, Poodle. They have to keep shifting the story as more facts come out.

                Hence the new Times “damage control” story (have not read it, but seems that is what it is). Just as they previously said the Dossier was all about Page, and then shifted that to Papadopolous.

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              • AH_C says:

                They didn’t expect Trump to win and were planning to break the Trump empire into a billion pieces, a la Arthur Andersen, then jail him for life, or even execute him for treason. As a lesson to anyone else for daring to buck the globalists.

                Remember Lois Lerner broke a GOP candidate in Illinois while working for FEC. She made the guy promise to never ever run for office again. Her reward was to move to the IRS, with her knowledge gained from FEC to go after not politicians, but the rube “Hobbits” and tea partiers that would support conservative patriots.

                She and her cabal need to be brought up on charges for conspiracy and crimes under color of law.

                Hanging would be good warning to all bureaucrats that they serve us, not the other way around.

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                • JonMaxwell says:

                  AH_C I have been saying that since this began, Trump’s saving grace was that he got elected, I keep saying we do not need to get complacent and get out and vote it’s our part to play. We need a red sunomi to stop the blue theft election fraud.

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                • AH_C says:

                  Indeed. People who claim that they won’t support him if he doesn’t do X by Y date are idiots and hurting our cause. Trump fights and is the best thing we have had in a loooong time.

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              • noswamp says:

                “We’re they simply overconfident of a HRC victory?”

                These people used government emails and devices in their coup. And lied as if they knew they would never get caught. Sorta like what Comey Rice and Yates are doing now. That is why they were sloppy. Yup they were 100 percent assured that Hillary would win.
                OOOPS. I hate that when that happens!!

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            • AH_C says:

              Well, let’s see what the 0400 Mockingbird drop is come morning. Bring the pain!

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          • cozette says:

            Great point by Undercover Huber. One caveat, the DNC was NOT hacked. Hillary and her cabal framed Putin before they framed Trump. Her donors expected her to take Putin out/trigger WW111 after she won so framing Putin allowed her to start the drum beats of war early while diverting attention from the embarrasing contents of the emails published by Wikileaks. It was UNPATRIOTIC to read what the dirty commies had stolen from poor Hillary. Don’t reward this vile, woman hating dictator, resist the urge to read the e mails. Blah, blah.

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            • andy says:

              The DNC believed they were hacked in April. Thats all that matters. I believe Fusion GPS was attempting discover/recovery, and 1) reached out to papadopoulos to discover if team trump knew of the potential breach at DNC HQ. 2) Frame Team trump as a party to the breach.
              🙂

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            • cozette-you are right. It was proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that the DNC computer hack was an inside job.

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              • farrier105 says:

                To Mark L.

                Apparently, I can’t reply to you above, so I’ll write it here. If you are saying Seth Rich created the fake hack that caused the hiring of Crowdstrike, I don’t think he would want to do that since Crowdstrike would put the network under total surveillance against such actions as inserting unauthorized flash drives into the USB ports of any of the servers or workstations in the DNC. That would make any theoretical theft of the emails by someone with Seth Rich’s limited access to the system even riskier than without an outfit like Crowdstrike in there.

                Crowdstrike is an FBI contractor. Someone wanted an FBI contractor doing the surveillance of the DNC network against this (possible) social engineering fake hack. A clue as to why someone would want Crowdstrike can be found in their own final report. From May 5, 2016 until June 10, 2016, Crowdstrike only watched documents be stolen from the DNC. The most damaging emails were sent/received during this very same time period. Since no one can steal anything that does not exist, Crowdstrike doing nothing enabled the EMAILS TO COME INTO EXISTENCE IN THE FIRST PLACE. So, the question is:

                Did Crowdstrike do nothing for 36 days so that all the damaging emails could come into existence so that THE EMAILS COULD BE STOLEN AND GIVEN TO WIKILEAKS?

                It is my opinion that it is long past due to ask this question.

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                • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                  It’s not a hack when it’s an inside job.

                  It’s a LEAK.

                  Just like climategate (1, 2, and 3).

                  The YSM and the swamp are counting on low-info and not-necessarily-computer-literate folks to believe every time something leaks out, it’s a hack.

                  Nope. It’s often whistleblowers.

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                • andy says:

                  We all know there was a leak in may, and it was probably Seth Rich. IN april, they were setting up Trump people.
                  1) were the setups defensive to discover if Trump people were aware of breach attemtps or missing documents.
                  2) were the setups offensive as an effort to frame Trump members for suspected hack?

                  3) Did seth Rich fake a hack in hopes that the DNC would fly right, only to be disappointed and forced to do a real leak in May?

                  April actions were very active before may leak, and you could say the DNC didnt know of the DNC leak until June.

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                • farrier105 says:

                  The fake hack was by the Deep State to provide incentive to the DNC to let Crowdstrike in. That is what the evidence says to me right now. We get more evidence, I don’t know what I’ll think. I’ve had three different ideas so far.

                  Hillary might have known about the DNC hack in April, or even before. I don’t know how you can have a Trump-Russia-Wikileaks thing without a “hack.” You can’t have a fake Russian hack without an FBI cybersecurity contractor doing the “security” work of sitting there and doing nothing for 36 days while watching all your client’s data leave the network.

                  I have another post or two where I set up a scenario in which Rich could have stolen the emails. He would need help from someone with sufficient access, and since it would have to be done with Crowdstrike on the job, someone with IT access, such as the daily or weekly back-up of the system. A theft might be concealed during a back-up, or, if the DNC was backing up to the cloud, use someone working for the cloud provider to steal the emails. Seth Rich alone can’t steal the emails, not with Crowdstrike watching, unless that was the way the Deep State wanted the emails to get to Wikileaks.

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            • Deplorable_Infidel says:

              “Her donors expected her to take Putin out/trigger WW111 after she won so framing Putin allowed her to start the drum beats of war early while diverting attention from the embarrasing contents of the emails published by Wikileaks. ”

              Mr. Putin could offer to extend some “professional courtesy” for HRC’s betrayal and name all the U.S. officials that took bribe money for uranium one, etc. , as well as how they were paid (wire transfer, cash in a duffle bag, etc).

              The elites would like another World War because they think the planet has too many people.

              Genesis 1:26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
              27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
              28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.

              https://ellacruz.org/2018/01/30/bill-gates-to-introduce-remote-controlled-sterilization-microchips-for-women/

              Bill Gates, Microsoft mogul, inventor and philanthropist, is considered to be one of the world’s biggest and most famous visionaries. Unfortunately, however, Gates has decided to take his vision a step further, by developing a computer chip technology that could essentially aid him in his quest for population control and reduction.

              https://www.newstarget.com/2016-02-11-bill-gates-to-introduce-remote-controlled-sterilization-microchips-for-women.html

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            • fleporeblog says:

              TY for that information!

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      • Steve says:

        One word I hope will soon be redundant: “redacted”. Truth is the opposite of redacted.

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  6. Ray Runge says:

    The positive take from Sidney Powell, early in the video, its her expressed belief that the impending OIG reports will shine the light.

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  7. WSB says:

    So, I am licking my paws with the “Big news coming tomorrow!!!!”

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  8. MM says:

    Enjoyed this clip……..
    Looking forward to reading Sidney’s book………
    Check out Sidney’s T-shirt Creeps on a mission……….

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  9. PotP says:

    The miscreants all deserve to be placed in HRC-style couture restraint-jackets and tossed into the Gitmo abyss, never to be heard from again. The lot of them.

    https://i.redditmedia.com/9G02gQ9S-gkFvBLGV3eDCuNlyya16SzFT0P_Yfh5BC0.jpg?w=605&s=1143fabef2bc90ad79a3b535f30badb3

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  10. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Thank You Sidney Powell.”

    I am looking forward to exploring her new website. Love the graphic!

    https://www.creepsonamission.com/

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  11. mike says:

    Can you imagine what it must be like for Rosenstein, able to power trip on the AG’s powers so long, yet knowing that he could be dragged away any day if the public knew. Ya know there have to be demons in his belly from howling, narcissisitic ones to whimpering, fearful ones.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      I believe Rosenstein should be sentenced to spending ten years, 24 hours a day, 365/ days a year, locked in a small room alone with his mother-in-law.

      Think about it, this may be an apt punishment for both of them.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Who is she?

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      • Who is it? I went checking and it is very hard to find info on Lisa Barsoomian. I did find lot of info on how she did NOT and has not ever represent the Clintons and others who say this is a lie but the public records have been scrubbed. All very bizarre.

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        • mike says:

          Remember when everyone tried to pull up the TV clips of arabs in NJ dancing in the street on 9/11, after Trump mentioned it? Deleted.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “very hard to find info on Lisa Barsoomian”

          That is because it has been scrubbed. I have some saved; bummer I did not copy the URL where I saved it from. BTW- the last name sounds Iranian to me (I have this thing for [unmarried] Persian women).

          Lisa H Barsoomian a US Attorney that graduated from Georgetown Law- she’s a protege of James Comey and Robert Muller

          Barsoomian with her boss R Craig Lawrence represented Bill Clinton in 1998 Lawrence also represented
          Robert Muller three times
          James Comey five times
          Barack Obama 45 times
          Kathleen Sebelius 56 times
          Bill Clinton 40 times and
          Hillary Clinton 17 times
          between 1998 and 2017

          Barsoomian herself represented the FBI at least five times
          You may be saying to yourself, okay who cares, who cares about the work history of this Barsoomian woman.
          Apparently someone does.
          Someone out there cares so much that they’ve purged all Barsoomian court documents for her Clinton representation in Hamburg vs. Clinton in 1998 and its appeal in 1999 from the DC District and Appeals court dockets

          Someone out there cares so much that the Internet has been purged of all information pertaining to Barsoomian.
          Historically this indicates that the individual is a protected CIA operative.
          Additionally Lisa Barsoomian has specialized in opposing Freedom of Information Act requests on behalf of the intelligence community. And although Barsoomian has been involved in hundreds of cases representing the DC Office of the US Attorney her email address is Lisa Barsoomian at NIH gov.

          The NIH stands for National Institutes of Health.
          This is a tactic routinely used by the CIA to protect an operative by using another government organization to shield their activities. It’s a cover, so big deal right, I mean what does one more attorney with ties to the US intelligence community really matter.

          I mean with Trump and his recent tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum imports, the border wall, DACA, everything coming out of California, the Uniparty unrelenting opposition to President Trump, the Clapper leaks, the Comey leaks,Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusal and subsequent 14 month nap with occasional forays into the marijuana legalization mix,and last but not least Muller’s never-ending investigation into collusion between the Trump team and the RussiansWhy does Barsoomian, CIA operative, merit any mention
          BECAUSE she is Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s WIFE

          That’s why.
          Barsoomian’s loyalties are tainted.
          How could this not have influenced Rosenstein?This clearly violates the appearance of impropriety attorney’s rules?Both owe their careers as US attorneys to Muller, Obama, Bush, and the Clintons. Impartiality? That’s impossible.

          Rod Rosenstein has no business involving himself in the Hillary Clinton-DNC funded Steel dossier, and the ongoing Russia investigation. Much less the selection of his mentor and his wife’s mentor Robert Muller as Special Counsel. The rules of ethics, funny, required his refusal.

          https://americans4innovation.blogspot.com/2017/05/proof-robert-mueller-cannot-be.html#rosenstein-conflict

          https://www.fbcoverup.com/docs/library/2017-05-22-Lisa-Barsoomian-represented-William-J-Clinton-98-cv-01459-TPJ-06-11-1998-PACER-accessed-May-22-2017.pdf

          https://www.fbcoverup.com/docs/library/2017-05-20-R-Craig-Lawrence-DC-Appeals-Court-Docket-PACER-accessed-May-20-2017.pdf

          —————

          Do you know that Rod Rosenstein’s wife is directly connected to Hillary Clinton and a law firm of R.Craig Lawrence?

          1). – Lisa Barsoomian, wife of Rod Rosenstein: – http://archive.is/tB0SO .

          2). – http://www.pacificpundit.com/2018/02/05/rod-rosensteins-wife-lisa-barsoomian-represented-bill-clinton/ .
          3). –https://www.facebook.com/Deep6TheDeepState/videos/425951004483258/?hc_ref=ARQXZFA2olGOPjM_67rbCGH5fwuSlw9VvepTUCLlTCzlRj2A71_kEgVpHhE7QcQ8j-c&fref=gs&dti=282708145154360&hc_location=group .

          4). – Rod Rosenstein – https://www.timesofisrael.com/5-things-to-know-about-rod-rosenstein-who-helped-get-comey-fired/

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      • Mickturn says:

        And they only have enough food/water for one person…more fights that way!

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  12. The Boss says:

    Anyone else noticed how few demands for the IG report were posted here in the last almost 48 hours? Sure, there’s a lot of new information (at least to us), but the comprehensive yet understandable way it fits together seems like a rehearsal of sorts.

    (BONUS: look at thelastrefuge2 twitter for SD’s reasoning on why Strzok is still employed).

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  13. Garrison Hall says:

    It’s obvious that the DOJ, the FBI, hell the entirety of the “Deep State” is amazingly corrupt. This is the kind of bureaucracy you get with authoritarian states, not with the USA for cryin’ out loud. The more that comes out makes it just that much harder to believe that this is our country.

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  14. Ari says:

    Originally I thought 20-30 people might have committed crimes but now I believe that the number could double. Trump is the only one that can bring them to justice in a shock and awe campaign never before seen in a democracy. Will he do it?

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      I put the number at 200-300.

      For the first round of arrests.

      There are thousands of Moslem brotherhood operatives that have been placed during BHO’s regime.

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      • noswamp says:

        ” I put the number at 200-300.

        For the first round of arrests. ” “There are thousands of Moslem brotherhood operatives that have been placed during BHO’s regime.”

        Top officials would be 200 easy. Maybe up to 500. Then the 1000’s of lower folks. If this really happens,(notice I say IF) hundreds of career employees at State, WH, DOJ, NSA, CIA, FBI etc. will be indicted.
        Maybe not. But My feeling is 500. We are getting Gitmo ready for something big from what I read a few months back. And that is a fact.

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        • Dimbulbz says:

          Do you have any references for this information about Gitmo expanding/preparing for “something big? I’d sure like to know more about that

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      • Deplorable- don’t ever forget what the FBI did at Garland, Texas when their informers who were actually ISIS ops tried to take out Pam Geller at the Draw Mohammad event.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          Yep -thanks for the reminder. The most recent murder committed by the FBI was Levoy Finnican right at the end of BHO’s reign of “fundamental transformation”. BHO’s twisted idea of transformation reminds me of the movie “Silence of the Lambs”

          https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102926/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

          A young F.B.I. cadet must receive the help of an incarcerated and manipulative cannibal killer to help catch another serial killer, a madman who skins his victims.

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    • Tree Knot says:

      He may be waiting for the precise moment. Timing is important.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      As I’ve posted before, Strzock didn’t do the wiretapping all by himself. There had to have been hundreds of people involved in the domestic surveillance operation against the Republican candidate and President-elect, then even against the White House. Agents, analysts, technicians, translators, clerical and support staff, supervisors. “Just following orders” quit being a valid excuse many years ago. Some of them better be singing to the IG like birds.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      As I’ve posted before, Strzock didn’t do the wiretapping all by himself. There had to have been hundreds of people involved in the domestic surveillance operation against the Republican candidate and President-elect, then even against the White House. Agents, analysts, technicians, translators, clerical and support staff, supervisors. “Just following orders” quit being a valid excuse many years ago. Some of them better be singing to the IG like birds.

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      • noswamp says:

        Sad but true. There will be many folks implicated here. I just want Lerner to be prosecuted and wonder if its too late for her?

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      • andy says:

        Naw, Simpson could have down all the queries. prior to may, exploiting the ‘about query’ bug, and then after october fisa was granted, usign only to and from queries, It woudl only take a few days to acquire 100 or more individuals for unmasking.
        Check list:
        1) FISA abuse did occur up til mid april 2016. UNknown who did it.
        2) Trump campaign was wiretapped with a questionably acquired FISA warrant.
        3) UNmasking did occur but unmasking may have been under the FISA warrant.
        4) Trump members may have been caught up in the early FISA abuse but those are not the queries I beleive were unmasked. Those were under the table queries that were not supposed to be seen. Sombody checked the LOGS of the data base and pulled the red handle.
        All of those are true, but not all of them are connected. 🙂

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  15. MM says:

    By the way Treepers Sidney stated that she would give $2.00 to a defense fund for every T-Shirt purchased……

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    • rf121 says:

      When she was posting here the other day I gave her grief for pushing to buy her book with every post. I think her journalism is great but don’t appreciate the Sham Wow sales. 8 chan labeled it Paytriot. Fire away.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        Agree, the constant selling is a turn off.

        Yes, hard-working investigative/analytic patriots should ask for money, they deserve it.

        But in-your-face selling at every turn clouds the message and is annoying.

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        • DanO64 says:

          Perhaps SD doesn’t mind Sidney referencing her book here. Perhaps SD and Sidney share information. Just say N.

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          • Tonawanda says:

            That is why I deliberately did NOT say that the selling was taking place on Sundance’s site, which strikes me as odd and discourteous, but I felt that was Sundance’s business and not mine.

            That is why I only expressed my opinion on how it affected me, personally.

            I have not the faintest idea why you say “Just say N” and repeat it so often.

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    • AH_C says:

      I bought the shirt. Just too cool.

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  16. Tree Knot says:

    So now we are getting down to who coordinated this scheme. Why did Sally Yates say the White House is not involved in these kind of investigations?

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  17. sundance says:

    Watch segment beginning 16:44 (prompted – just hit play)

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  18. dutzie60 says:

    Can anyone explain this error message. This is what I get when I click Sundance’s graphic link and the link Deplorable Infidel posted.

    Revolution Slider Error: You have some jquery.js library include that comes after the revolution files js include.
    This includes make eliminates the revolution slider libraries, and make it not work.

    To fix it you can:
    1. In the Slider Settings -> Troubleshooting set option: Put JS Includes To Body option to true.
    2. Find the double jquery.js include and remove it.

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    • lokiscout says:

      dutzie60, No help but a couple suggestions:
      1) Check with the tech center where you bought your computer. Places like Best Buy will help with things like this for nothing. No help tonight but what they are telling you is its a setting problem buried where mear mortal adults have no idea how to get to.

      2) Buy the closest 10 year old an ice cream and he/she will fix it in 5 seconds!

      Wish I could be more help but my 14 year old Grandson is 200 miles away.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “when I click Sundance’s graphic link and the link Deplorable Infidel posted.”

      The first thing anyone in tech support is going to want to know is what Internet browser are you using? After that would probably be what version? (go to the “Help” or “About” tab for that).

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    • Cyg says:

      This is a javascript error. Do you have the latest upgrade? You can delete java from programs and reload or you can search your registry for the jsquery.js, see if there is a duplicate and remove the duplicate.

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      • Cyg says:

        Oh and if you are using Microsoft Edge, stop using it. It’s Chrome. I found this out when I tweeted a post, and it said I tweeted from Chrome, I tested with another tweet from ME. Gates is a cabal goat.

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      • dutzie60 says:

        Okay, thanks all. I thought this was something to do with her website. I’ve never seen that error message before on any other site I’ve visited. I also typed the name for a direct link and got same message. I’ma just going to forgetaboutit. 🙂

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  19. Betty says:

    “Finally someone goes back and connects the dots from the hundreds of illegal FBI FISA-702(16)(17) searches where they were allowing ‘contractors’ to do opposition research in NSA and FBI databases.”

    Is the truth of this sentence that the Obama Administration was allowing “contractors” to do opposition research in NSA and FBI databases?

    What is it that Donald Trump does – Assign ownership?

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    • Bullseye says:

      Samantha Powers 200 request, “may have been under my name but I didn’t request them”

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    • andy says:

      I think in an emergency situation , in april 2016, there was a flurry of searches after DNC suspected they were hacked. I think Fusion GPS was paid to discover by any means necessary. The momentum of this effort facilitated a need to create a real FISA investigation.

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      • farrier105 says:

        What happened in the DNC on April 29, 2016, the same day Old Man Sanders dropped his lawsuit, was the DNC IT personnel detected unauthorized access on the network. My opinion is that the “intrusion” was SOCIAL ENGINEERING to get the IT personnel to believe there was a hack underway. Amy Dacey, DNC CEO was notified immediately about the suspected intrusion, but it took until May 4, 2016 for PERKINS COIE attorney Michael Sussman to hire CROWDSTRIKE to deal with the intrusion. Crowdstrike showed up on May 5, 2016 and deployed the FALCON OVERWATCH proprietary network surveillance software on that date.

        FUSION GPS was hired sometime in April prior to April 29, 2016 to develop “opposition research” about Trump from Russian sources, financed by both HILLARY FOR AMERICA and the DNC, using PERKINS COIE as a conduit for the payments to FUSION GPS.

        Thus, April was the big start up of the Trump-Russia-Wikileaks Collusion Theory.

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        • andy says:

          yes, i agree. for me the dates are fuzzy, and no matter how hard I try to cut out the DNC and assign blame to the FBI it fails! I cannot put this together without assigning some guilt to the DNC… it just cant be done. I tried to picture DNC and CLinton as victims, but i just CANT…..

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          • farrier105 says:

            The more I dig into the DNC, the more I find. I started out trying to do a comprehensive blog about all three computer networks involved in the election and I am still on the DNC after writing 11 parts. Started out thinking it was an insider leak and wound up thinking it was a Deep State plot to arrange exactly what happened in the election, including Hillary’s defeat and the resulting attack on Trump, but always hedging that the latest position is contingent on what more evidence dribbles out. I don’t know what the hell they were trying to do now. The Deripaska story can even make people wonder how much PUTIN was involved. They are not very bright and very mediocre people, yet the cause all of this chaos and misery and wind up running everything…because we LET THEM. That might be the biggest lesson of all.

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    • Cyg says:

      Trump uses MI. He bypasses the snakes. Obama used people who had Zero classification approval, in meetings and with documents.

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  20. Tired says:

    People… why not just do citizen’s arrests? We all know who the guilty are, and yet we complain about the lack of enforcement from LEO agency’s across this country! The power is within us…for freakin crying out loud their is a jail cell in the basement of Congress where these perps should be sitting right now! Yet no one stands up to use this power…why?

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    • Blade says:

      Then what do you do? Hold them for 24 hours? A judge will have to set bail or let them go. “Arrests” are for cops to do when they witness a crime or have probable cause to believe they have a criminal who performed a crime.

      Don’t confuse “Arrest” with justice. “Arrests” mean nothing. Perps need to be found guilty of a crime and sentenced to prison. But before they ever get “tried” charges need to be brought and for felonies that requires a grand jury convened by a district or US attorney to first view evidence and then send up an indictment ( see the Fifth thru Seventh Amendments which ensure people aren’t rounded up willy nilly, prosecuted and imprisoned ). Once you secure an indictment then they may be arrested or turn themselves in to be arraigned and get bail or held for trial.

      But in both necessary steps to lock the perps up ( indictment by a grand jury and the later jury trial ) you *must* deal with the reality of the jurisdiction where the perps committed their crime. And for most of these we are talking about it just so happens to be the District of Criminals where 93% of the sheeple are on Team Hillary. This is why there are so many plea bargains at this level.

      It is not like you see on TV on procedural cop shows. And even the few times they try to get it right they are not using leftist (D)emocrats as their scripted perps who enjoy a built in double standard. So this is something hard for impatient people to understand. The point of this is that rather than criticizing Horowitz or Huber or Sessions or anyone else, we should be feeling sorry for them because they have the toughest jobs on Planet Earth. And this is probably the most complicated and far reaching case ever seen, with widescale legal and Constitutional ramifications. Every step they take is being calculated for not only probable success, but also downstream effects, today and into the future as well.

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      • Tired says:

        Well said! I see your point…guess I’m like all who just really want this all to wrap up to a grand finale conclusion so we can stop damaging and poisoning whatever brains that are not filled with illusions of grandeur to ever attempt something of this magnitude on our great republic ever again! Your right in the fact that this is far reaching and explosive that seeks to destroy all three branches in my opinion! I just think by having them in a cell might just get some folks to sing hell they can a hold a US Citizen under the Patriot Act indefenitely but somehow they are immune from sitting in a cell for 24 hours! I think our elected government can do better than that. The next crop of CongressMan ought to have several planks written into there terms of what we the citizens want to see out of this whole thing!

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        • Blade says:

          You’re right about the “next crop” of Congress critters being of importance. That is where our big problem lies. They don’t really represent We The People ( the House ) nor the several States ( the Senate ) any longer, they represent perpetual institutionalized corruption. I like the idea someone else had ( sorry, I can’t remember who ) that all Congressman should be required to wear NASCAR fire suits emblazoned with the logos of their puppetmasters at all times.

          All it would take is a single election of 535 strict Constitutionalists to the Congress and they could quickly fix everything forever, override the President veto if necessary, strip the Courts, impeach any corrupt official, pass Amendments to the States for consideration and ratification. So how bad is it now? There are maybe 30 such critters all together in both houses of Congress. That is our big problem and no President, even one as mighty and extraordinary as Trump, can singlehandedly compete with two houses 95% full of traitors to the Constitution and our founding principles.

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          • noswamp says:

            I was just wondering about if this was the reason many Congressmen are “retiring”. (Rats jumping from a sinking ship)? They know the IG Report is going to be released here soon. I hope for the sake of the country that McConnell and Ryan have early retirements, I mean, next month. They have enough money, just leave, and let the country heal. Nunez or Jordan would be a great Speaker. And in the Senate Ron Paul maybe. Patriots! Maybe Ryan McConnell, and other senior congressmen and senators might be implicated in some of this. And no one on CTH should give them a pass. I bet McCain and Graham as well by implication. This explains much of the crappy statements I heard from the Congress when Trump was running. Almost zero support by Congress when Trump ran. They were scheming to set Trump up. And these Congressmen are serving the people? Pathetic.

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          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            “I like the idea someone else had ( sorry, I can’t remember who ) that all Congressman should be required to wear NASCAR fire suits emblazoned with the logos of their puppetmasters at all times.”

            I repeated that once or twice; however, I do not recall who the Treeper was that posted it earlier this year. The original idea was her husband’s.

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          • LafnH20 says:

            Iirc. Mopar1984?? wrt Emblazoned NASCAR suits… 🤔
            Great idea!!

            A coat of many colors…
            If you will.
            Unfortunately, for so many in politics, The Red, White and Blue, has been reduced to a mere lapel pin.
            Imho

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      • amwick says:

        TY Blade, bigly…

        I mentioned this earlier, and apologies for broken record, but that ghastly word immunity keeps popping up. My feathers are ruffled because I had a sense of the legal system you described so well, but now I am shaken.

        BTW love the part about downstream… I see that as crucial myself.

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    • poodle12 says:

      Riots fomented in the big cities?

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    • AH_C says:

      Want to be Arkancided like Officer Familia?

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    • Kent says:

      wasserman-shultz’s guh-reazy hair?

      like…yeewww…

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    • Cyg says:

      Do you not realize that arrests will go NOWHERE as long as there are CORRUPT cabal FBI, DOJ and JUDGES in the system? That is why you are not seeing IMMEDIATE GRATIFICATION RESULTS. This is not just local cabal here. This is WORLD WIDE and they have FAIL SAFES in place that go boom if they are outed. They have to be taken down CAREFULLY. go read some qanon.pub posts so you understand what is going on, and I mean all that with a smile and politely, as a fellow patriot. There are involves that are so deep so entangled that the foundations must be cleared before any trials, but there will be tribunals and trials there will be justice. Give it time. Have patience, Pop some popcorn and enjoy the show. The Cabal does not hold anymore power over the US. Enjoy the show.

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  21. TimesUp says:

    Was any explanation given for why the meeting with Rosenstein was cancelled?

    Liked by 1 person

    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      Not that I could find. Hannity did not say why when he reported on it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • noswamp says:

      Its not going to happen, but I would love to think that Rosie is going to get fired by Trump tomorrow as a result of the IG report. If his name is mentioned even in the least, its adios amigos.
      Even Trumps enemies will have nothing to say. Or Sessions will intervene to remove Rosie from his position due to “conflicts”. You know the same one that Sessions is recused on for talking to a Russian before the election? Only here Rosie signed one of the phoney FISA warrants and he thought it was all legit correct?

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    • lokiscout says:

      Since it was reported in connection with the promised document release the meating is moot.

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  22. andy says:

    Q post picture of Nunes Memo… could it be?

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  23. evergreen says:

    Wow.

    Laura really in over her head. Clueless and giddy. Oh, for a mind like Bill Buckley to interview these two. What an amazing hour that could be.

    Liked by 6 people

    • rsmith1776 says:

      Buckley was a always so infinitely pleased with himself it would have taken a century.

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    • noswamp says:

      You know, I have always respected Laura Ingraham, but it appears as if she or her producers more likely is not giving enough time for the deep interviews. I mean, she was almost cavalier about the entire situation towards the end. I mean, I have never seen Laura so indifferent. I think her little scare with people trying to take her advertisers off the air scared her straight. Now she sounds more Establishment every day. What a shame. I will listen a few more nights, but if the witty, super intelligent, delving into deeper facts, throw it back in your face Laura is not there, I am out. Tucker seems the only one that I can listen to because he has the FIRE IN HIS BELLY!!! I love Hannity but his repeating himself every show turns me off. I tune to him only to hear Gingrich. Nuff said.

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      • noswamp says:

        Listen to the 5-15-2018 of Tucker Carlson to get my drift. Tucker does not give a rip. “Come here prepared and know your stuff or you are not getting my respect! ” I like that. I am afraid to link cause WP is a one trick pony so I don’t want to mess up and have everyone see my mistake. Most of you folks know what I mean anyway.

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      • thesavvyinvester says:

        2 or 3 adopted kids, a radio show & a TV show, and G-d only knows what time she gets up to prep for radio and then be up to 11pm. Does she catch a cat nap in between? Look, I have been here a year or more trying to follow this sorted tale and I am flummoxed, and the time I invest in it is probably way more than Laura has to invest. She is spread way to thin IMHO. As a parent who has done it in full time mode, I do get it

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          Full time nanng, housekeeper, driver, and who knows what else help she has. Spreading yourself too thin isn’t an excuse for lackluster job performance. Not for working stiff Joe.

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    • deepdivemaga says:

      Sometimes this is a good thing.. She let them two talk. Someone like Hannity (dont get me wrong, I like Hannity), acts like he knows as much as the experts, and interrupts all the dang time..

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  24. PMadison says:

    The clip mentioned the possibility that Comey was granted “absolute immunity” by corrupt cop Mueller.

    Can someone please assure me that Mueller didn’t have that authority, and if he did grant immunity it was illegal?

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  25. JAS says:

    Joe just fully corroborated what I’ve been saying for a while @ 1:28… “…and it was ALL (his emphasis) Brennan’s doing…”

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  26. DanO64 says:

    Our VSG knew about the dossier BEFORE the election. I start from there.

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  27. Pyrthroes says:

    Special thanks to Sundance/CTH for teasing out the identity of Cambridge spider-master Stefan Halper about a week ago.

    Browsing Limbaugh’s transcript some days later, it seems others concluded similarly, though the dam has yet to burst. What’ll you bet, Limbaugh’s sources took their cues from Sundance?

    Delenda est Carthago!

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  28. andy says:

    Got my shirt ordered!
    “A great gift for those who know the Mueller investigation of the President is its own crime.” PERFECT “the investigation that is its own crime.” OMG

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    • blind no longer says:

      Ordered mine as well, plus the book. I have been wanting the book for a very long time. Went to Barnes and Nobel after one of her appearances on Fox but they didn’t have and said they couldn’t get it. Gonna be a great beach read.

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  29. Gaffer says:

    This likely DIDN’T ‘start with the FISA’ – this probably started with the team Obama’s hacker coterie over at CIA electronically raping every political opponent then using FISA in an attempt to legitimize some of the data they stole. This gem needs to be thoroughly interrogated https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/05/15/us-identifies-suspect-in-leak-of-ca-hacking-tools/ The hackers, with the active, criminal support of the IT masters of the universe at Google and Facebook were driving Team Obama into active sedition.

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  30. Convert says:

    Been busy with family health issue, so I am behind for sure, but just checking back in this morning, it seems to me that the story is shaking out as to who is going to take the fall, so to speak, and it’s Brennan and Clapper. Deep State has identified them as the scalps, and they totally deserve it. But Hilary and Obama are safe, it seems to me. Probably Comey, too, except for the leaking. Interesting.
    And I can accept that, just to see the truth break through the incredible wall of lies the old media has built. Our country cannot survive unless a brazen plot like this can be revealed AND the media reports it straight.
    Most of the country has no clue about any of this, though a majority, slight, now believe Mueller is a joke and a waste of money. I mean, think about it, if Ingraham doesn’t know what’s going on, how would busy John Q Public, with the media wall of silence?

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    • Convert-there is no hope for the MSM or any of the uninformed masses who watch their shows on CNN, etc. and think that they are actually getting the News of the day. Every so often I try to watch just to see what the propaganda is and I am sickened by the relentless pounding they give to our beloved President and anyone who supports him.

      Even if they indict ALL the Swamp Devils we know are guilty of high treason, sedition, and all their other crimes, I seriously doubt that more than a few will receive their just desserts. In my book that would be solitary confinement at some Super Max prison for the rest of their miserable lives. Much worse than the death penalty which you know would never happen.

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    • Ken Maritch says:

      “Most of the country has no clue about any of this…”
      Unfortunately this is true.
      Even if it was explained to them in detail, most would label it a conspiracy theory.

      I often wondered if someone could fund a well produced program that explained this, and bought airtime on major networks to show it.

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  31. ForGodandCountry says:

    Wow. Great job, Sidney! Thank you so much. Bigly.

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  32. Sharpshorts says:

    Seems everyone is waiting for the IG report…I sure hope that there is a contingency plan should the report be a dud or IF nothing follows from it. How much power do the different colored hats actually have? I suspect the litigation and counter-litigation will continue forever. Multitudes of black hats may get revealed but can they be stopped without all-out war?

    “…How much wood would a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood?…

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  33. pnj01 says:

    IMMUNITIES!

    Laura Ingraham asked the question about Mueller granting perhaps and absolute immunity on Comeyand then Joe di Genova touched on the “many” immunities granted in the Hillary investigation, but they went on from there. The immunity grants in either or both cases should be a treasure trove of information against the black hats.

    Could Mueller have granted Comey “absolute immunity”? TRANSLATION: “could Mueller have granted Comey “transactional immunity”? Transactional immunity is the old fashioned type of immunity that existed before passage of the Use Immunity Statute (18 USC Sec. 6002) in the late 1960s. Why would Mueller have needed to grant such wide-ranging absolution on the “Last American Boy Scout” ? And why would his boss, Rod Rosenstein, have allowed that (the USA Manual makes it clear that Rosenstein’s buy-in would have been necessary).

    In all events, the DOJ has procedures necessary to have authority to seek immunity set forth at 9-23.000 et seq. of the US Attorneys Manual and those require a written submission to Main Justice setting forth a discussion of the public interest in the grant of immunity which should consider the following issues:

    “The importance of the investigation or prosecution to effective enforcement of the criminal laws;
    The value of the person’s testimony or information to the investigation or prosecution;
    The likelihood of prompt and full compliance with a compulsion order, and the effectiveness of available sanctions if there is no such compliance;
    The person’s relative culpability in connection with the offense or offenses being investigated or prosecuted, and his or her criminal history;
    The possibility of successfully prosecuting the person prior to compelling his or her testimony;
    The likelihood of adverse collateral consequences to the person if he or she testifies under a compulsion order.” (Sub 23.210)

    Section 23.214 makes it clear taht Use Immunity should not be arranged for a defendant’s witnesses “except in extraordinary circumstances where the defendant plainly would be deprived of a fair trial without such testimony or other information.” Hillary would not have been denied a fair trial if Cheryl Mills had not been granted use? or transactional?? immunity so she could give Comey her computer data.

    Sidney Powell (who shared the split screen with Joe DiGenova) recognized the preposterousness of the grants of immunity BEFORE the 2016 Election (10-13-16) when she wrote: “The bombshell this week is that Loretta Lynch and James Comey not only gave immunity to Hillary’s closest co-conspirators Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson—who, despite being attorneys, destroyed evidence right and left—but, in a secret side deal, agreed to limit the FBI’s review of the Clinton team laptops to pre-January 2015 and to destroy the laptops when the FBI review was complete.

    Congress and every law-abiding citizen in this country should be outraged. This blatant destruction of evidence is obstruction of justice itself.

    We no longer have a Department of Justice: We have a Department of Obstructing and Corrupting Justice to protect the power elite of the chosen side.”

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    • Cheesehead54016 says:

      We, I hope all of us are WE, should be outraged and not tiring but instead getting our energy for full steam ahead.

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    • Pnj-excellent post and information.

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    • 4sure says:

      “We no longer have a Department of Justice: We have a Department of Obstructing and Corrupting Justice to protect the power elite of the chosen side.”

      As I have similarly stated before, that sums up this whole charade perfectly. It is obvious to anyone paying even a small amount of attention.

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  34. blind no longer says:

    Went to bed early last night and wake up to this great post by Sundance.

    #1 Big News coming tomorrow-Head’s Up!!!!!

    #2 Sally Yates was hired as the Consigliere!!!!

    #3 This coup leads to Brennan, and they had no reason to even open a counter intel investigation much less a criminal investigation!!!!!!!!!!

    It’s gonna be a great day Treepers!!!!

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  35. DanO64 says:

    Was Comey’s “friend” the Special Government Employee, also doing “inquiries” about FISA targets? hmmmm

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  36. Joe S says:

    Wow, Sidney Powell mentions footnote 69 in the FISA court review: FBI lawyers signed off on the sharing of info with 3rd parties. Ba Ba Ba BOMB!

    Who might those particular lawyers be? Yikes!

    Congratulations to Sundance as Sidney Powell and Joe D have wonderfully articulated in a short segment just about EVERYTHING that you have been saying now for close to a year.

    Out of all of the analysis’s of this scandal, Sundance, yours appears to have been directly over target the whole time.

    Great Job!

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      If I understand the third party deal correctly, it is worse than “sharing.”

      I believe this is the case, and anyone please clarify and correct me if I am off-base at all – this is a BIG deal:

      One of the ways that the FBI works is by contracting off parts of work. Sure. Fine. Syed Farook goes down in a blaze of Jihad glory, but FBI gets his cell phone, and gets an IT expert to agree to some secrecy terms, and then is contracted to try to get all info possible off of the phone. Fine.

      But I believe that it is the case that FBI contracted with external parties to fish through the NSA data base, and share what they might find. Why contract? [I will give answer 2 first: to crowd-source op research.] 1. An external person, being an expert in some area, might have knowledge of institutions, actors, processes, etc., that FBI agents do not have. An expert would know if money shuffling or meetings were odd, or unusual, or if a character was shady. Things like that would be reasons for contracting out to an expert and allowing them to fish through NSA data base.

      [Then, if something was found, you request unmasking, and file the warrant to investigate and so bring the discovered info into the realm of proper investigation for prosecution.]

      But the contractors were not hired to sniff out a complicated shell game of money laundering or human trafficking; we have to suspect that they were contracted to do the op research. A bonus would be that the contractor would be a little more free to whisper tidbits here and there, or throw a detail into some data base, with the method of discovery of the piece of data being lost in time and space and history – and not tagged to any FBI agent.

      If this is the case, “sharing data with third parties” is a huge problem. We are far from the principles of good government.

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      • Joe S says:

        Yes, I think you are correct-the FBI PAID the third parties (I think) one of which was being paid by the opposition party and candidate to conduct opposition research.

        SCANDALOUS!

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        • Joe S says:

          And if Crowdstrike was one of the contractors, in addition to possibly Fusion GPS, then holy moly! Crowd strike was contracted by the DNC to look at the “hacked” computers. What a freaking conflict of interest in both cases! Both third parties had motive to frame candidate DJT.

          And they were working with the FBI and intelligence agencies to do it? Holy crap!

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      • Mickturn says:

        I have a slightly different take.
        1. The FBI govt. employees are too incompetent to do serious work in the area of Computer hacking/analysis.
        2. The FBI is too busy feathering their own nest to do work.
        3. The FBI is too busy trying to get rid of President Trump to do anything else.
        4. Substitute DOJ, CIA, NSA etc. for FBI in the above 3 and you have the answer.

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  37. UncleGrumpy says:

    This whole spying mess was just a cover to hide the REALLY big crimes that have been going on. The big ugly is beyond comprehension.

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  38. Moondance says:

    Strzok is at the nexus of our government’s most diabolical criminal operation in history, yet the media has not made one attempt to contact him or even track down his location.
    Many possibilities on why: Media is corrupt and refuse to investigate a Democrat operative, authorities have warned off media, Strzok has been quarantined / placed in protective custody as a federal witness. Interesting the media offers nothing. Lisa Page is no longer an FBI employee and yet the media ignore her as well. Not even an image of her as a civilian. How is this possible? Even the left’s beloved Huma didn’t receive the media’s hands off treatment.

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    • 4sure says:

      Fake news, a CIA controlled entity. The CIA is involved in the scam, thus they want no sunlight by media. I am convinced that the CIA controls the media. Blackmail, paid by laundering money through fake advertising, threats, etc.

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      • Cyg says:

        Q stated that the media esp those who squeak the loudest, are embedded with CIA assets, and if you look at their backgrounds and family, you’ll find the connections. Cabal CIA are also running as democrats and fake Rs in the elections too.

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    • pnj01 says:

      Mifsud is another person who has supposedly disappeared. Relocated? Gone to ground? Killed? By whom and why?

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    • paulraven1 says:

      What’s to stop Sarah Sanders from asking the media why they haven’t located or interviewed Strzok? This would stop them in their tracks. Why can’t we turn these briefings into a forum on THEM?

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  39. Moondance says:

    In the meantime Hillary stays offshore. She may wander to a country without an extradition treaty with the USA when the sh*t hits the fan.

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    • Tommy Mills says:

      National Lampoon’s Non-extradition Country Vacation, whoa whoa whoa.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “She may wander to a country without an extradition treaty with the USA”

      That was my prediction as soon as DJT was elected.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “She may wander to a country ”

      I don’t care where she goes, as long as she does not have a penny to her name. For her to be broke (because her ill-gotten gains were confiscated) would be a worse punishment than a tax payer funded country club prison with free medical care. God will sort out the rest. if she escapes the much deserved death penalty.

      Romans 12:19 Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.

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  40. 4harrisonblog says:

    If your politics put you against the agenda of President Trump then you practice totalitarianism- You and those like you are collectively the enemies of our nation’s future, who actively seek to flood the nation with third-world refugees while disarming the native population. In a word, President Trump’s enemies are barbarians within the gates, and they have gotten this far because they do a good job of weeping when retaliation looms. Edited by me from a post at;
    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/05/lets_stop_calling_it_liberalism.html

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    • 4harrison- excellent post and article. Thanks.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Newhere says:

      From the linked article:

      “Now, I propose, is the perfect time for the American people to seal their own deal: let’s make a campaign ourselves to expire terms such as “Democrat,” “liberal,” “leftist,” and “progressive,” and let’s call it what it is: totalitarianism.”

      I only got here because I was searching for the TRUTH — not because of a person or an ideology.

      If this becomes about individuals or labels — unquestioning adherence to this “person” or that “cause” — it repeats the problem. Government of the people and for the people puts its faith in no one single leader, no one single “ism.” Blind faith in any person breeds delusion and subjects us to confirmation bias. How do you think so many have lost their ability (or willingness) to think critically and change embedded assumptions? It is the hallmark of arrogance to think it “could never happen to me.” It’s a liability to think great numbers of people are just less intelligent or clever than we.

      The corrupted power establishment can’t be defined as “liberalism” or “leftism” or “progessivism” but it helps them to say so. Our governing class thrives when we believe others “in the know” must act for us, save us from these evil “isms,” and then apply reasoning that confirms the righteousness of those whom we’ve decided to trust (and the beliefs we’ve decided to exalt) and casts as enemy those who don’t.

      To dismiss or vilify someone who doesn’t support the PERSON or the labeled philosophy is fighting the wrong fight. This isn’t about elevating a person or pushing a uniform perspective. If it were I wouldn’t be here. Making it so condemns us to a repetition of the same. And more importantly, it risks losing the thread of truth and facts to confirmation bias or hero worship.

      I support our president and pray for him to succeed; I pray that he acts with discernment and courage. I am grateful (truly, truly grateful) for what he endures and how hard he works on our behalf. I don’t demand perfection; I don’t need or expect every decision to be right and every judgment to be pure, omniscient or even wise. I won’t walk at mere suspicions or even at whiffs of betrayal. But I will constantly weigh the evidence.

      It’s dangerous to cast anyone in a glow of perfection. All humans will disappoint. There are no “white hats.” There are those whom evidence tells us are working (and fighting, at serious risk to themselves) to redeem the principals of our Constitution and I give them my unqualified support, but not my blind adherence or faith. I extend the benefit of the doubt and forgive shortcomings until the weight of facts demands otherwise.

      I’ll put it a different way: the “heroes” we should follow don’t ask this of us. Trump is always ready to leave the table. So should we be. It’s not disloyalty, but the highest respect.

      It is HARD to shift gears to abandon old assumptions in the face of new information, and the easiest way to avoid doing it is to decide another person, institution or set of beliefs is 100% Absolutely Right — and thus cede our responsibility and authority to that glorified person, institution or philosophy to discern truth and provide all the answers. The best armor against corruption and deceit is to remember that truth can emerge from unlikely places and that justice demands that we constantly question our own assumptions and resist the notion of earthly infallibility. We all live in glass houses . . .

      Thanks for listening.

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  41. whjoe says:

    closed door hearing starts now. does the purge begin?

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  42. I don’t know about anyone else, but my dopamine levels are through the roof!

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  43. Timolin says:

    Thank you, SUNDANCE.

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  44. GumboPot says:

    Sorry if already addressed but I just don’t have time to read this entire thread. But when do we expect “thousands of pages of documents to be released”?

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  45. Madeline Huffnagle says:

    They were terrific last night on Ingraham. The entire country needs to hear from them.

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  46. Sidney Powell’s website, Creepsonamission.com…there’s a t-shirt you can order:
    https://www.creepsonamission.com/#1524859937960-592c041f-65d8

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  47. RattleheD says:

    “Heads up. Big News Coming Tomorrow!”

    What is this based on? Nothing as far as I can tell.

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    • Rattle- do not EVER doubt Sundance. He never ceases to amaze one and all.

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      • 6x47 says:

        Sundance’s secret sauce: Facts. He never traffics in conspiracy theories, always provides documentary evidence and then connects the dots.

        The familiar “this old CNN story, plus the more recent Congressional testimony, plus these four articles, AND the new revelation – seemingly unrelated – paint a picture.”

        It ain’t a theory if you can prove it beyond all doubt using verifiable, corroborated sources.

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    • LafnH20 says:

      Rattle…

      “”That”” is precisely WHY we are not on YOUR blog!!

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      • RattleheD says:

        So 3 replies from blind followers and no actual answers to my question. Cool.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          BLIND followers…

          HA!!😆

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        • LafnH20 says:

          I’d say that was a Sophomoric response. Then again, I try not to Exaggerate!
          Fruit punch.. Anyone.

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        • andy says:

          Did you watch the actual video linked in the article? those words came out of someones lips on the TV.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          The sidebar has archive 15K-25K Sundance articles. In the 3 years I have followed/read every post, there has been ZERO margin of error in Sundance’s investigatory conclusions. In his investigative reporting theories are updated and sometimes tweeked with added incoming information, but the final, conclusive determination has never been wrong. How about doing your own research.

          So, Rattlehead, educate yourself. You lack both knowledge and wisdom, and, your name suits you because something is loose in your noggin.

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  48. Now we know the truth, we await justice. If justice doesn’t follow, we MUST march on DC flags held high for our beloved America!

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  49. Everett Miller says:

    Justice is when Sessions INDICTS someone. I hope you aren’t holding your breath.

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  50. Firefly says:

    Seymour Hersh in 2017: “I have somebody on the inside. This person is unbelievably accurate. It was a Brennan operation”

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