The Origin of The Feces – Corrupt Intelligence Community Now Leaking To Justify Unlawful Election Surveillance: Operation “Crossfire Hurricane”…

U.S. intelligence officials who participated in the 2016 Russian interference narrative/scheme are now attempting to justify their conspiratorial conduct with leaks to the New York Times and Washington Post.  Their leaks are a transparent effort to justify prior conduct. This cover-up endeavor has been their primary focus since congress started demanding documentary evidence from the DOJ, FBI, State Department and intelligence participants in the scheme.

Before breaking-down and explaining the recent obfuscations allow me to posit one simple but central example that highlights the gross intelligence misconduct.

On October 21st, 2016, the DOJ and FBI used the Steele Dossier as the foundation for their FISA Title-1 Surveillance application against Carter Page.  Surveillance was a key part of the FBI counterintelligence operation to investigate Russian interferance in the 2016 election.  However, almost three months later, on January 4th, 2017, when John Brennan, James Clapper, and James Comey produced their Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA), the same individuals who created the FISA application did not include the Steele Dossier in their ICA report.

Think about the contradiction in this example. It is within this contradiction, and many more, where we discover the origin of the feces. If the Dossier was valid enough to present to a FISA court as evidence of Russian involvement; then why wouldn’t that same Dossier be valid enough evidence to include in their January Intelligence Community Assessment?

When you start asking these irreconcilable common sense questions, you begin to realize -and expose- how insufferably corrupt the entire intelligence scheme really was.  The entire scheme was an assembly of individual lies; each lie a thread rolled into a bigger ball of entwined nonsense.  Look at it from a distance and it looks like a vast Russian conspiracy ball; however, pull any single strand out, look at it, and there’s no truth to it.

It’s all an illusion.

 

This illusion was on full display today when the Senate Intelligence Committee asked John Brennan (CIA), James Clapper (ODNI), and Mike Rogers (NSA) to come to a closed door hearing so the corrupt senate politicians -who were also involved in the scheme- could coordinate talking points and generate synergy in their excuses and justifications. Not surprisingly former FBI Director James Comey refused to attend.

Today’s motive for the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing was exactly that: coordinate talking points, circle the wagons and reach a consensus on justification.  As we have outlined exhaustively the Senate Intel Committee is the second most corrupt deep-state assembly in Washington DC.

Another example of fraudulent threads is the 2018 indictments of Russian entities by Robert Mueller.  This week, as specific threads are pulled out for legal challenge, we discover that Mueller indicted Russian organizations that didn’t even exist during the time they were supposed to have been engaged in election trouble.  Another corrupt thread example is Robert Mueller having to lean on 2006 and 2009 tax avoidance schemes (financial crimes) of Paul Manafort in order to justify a Special Counsel indictment of Paul Manafort for involvement in… (?)… well, no-one really knows, except it’s NOT 2016 Russian election interference?…

Where did Mueller get his collapsing foundational intelligence for his Russian indictments?… Well, from the Russian investigative evidence inside the ICA… DUH.  An ICA that was based on false and thin threads.

Look deeper at the Russian use of Twitter… OK, but wait, when they do, there’s no ‘there’ there either.  Social media? Same/Same…  Look at Russian spending on campaign events…. OK, but wait, when they do, the same outcome… Comrade nothingburger.

Which leads to all of these Special Counsel endeavors simply trying to justify the existence of an investigation into something that never existed. And it should be noted many of the same players attempting to create the current justification are the same players who participated in the scheme to create the illusion.  It’s all nuts…. and as each thread is removed and reviewed, the illusion is collapsing.

The more the Russian Conspiracy Collusion-illusion collapses, the harder those corrupt officials are having to work in an impossible effort to retain it. There are so many holes appearing in their dam, they’ve run out of fingers and toes to plug ’em.   James Comey, skipping out on today’s meeting, appears to have invested in scuba gear.

This backdrop is the reason for the corrupt intelligence operators turned to the New York Times for help.  However, their leaked excuses/justifications are so ridiculous they are transparently desperate.  Consider:

New York Times –  Within hours of opening an investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia in the summer of 2016, the F.B.I. dispatched a pair of agents to London on a mission so secretive that all but a handful of officials were kept in the dark.

Ha, ha, ha…. stop. Just stop.  Now you’re being silly… Ooooh, so secret FBI Agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page were text messaging each other about it?

…Their assignment, which has not been previously reported,..

Yes it has.

Sorry NYT, no exclusive here.  Anyone who read the actual text messages six months ago read all about the U.K. assignment. There are dozens of reports; just not from The Times or Washington Post.

…was to meet the Australian ambassador, who had evidence that one of Donald J. Trump’s advisers knew in advance about Russian election meddling. After tense deliberations between Washington and Canberra, top Australian officials broke with diplomatic protocol and allowed the ambassador, Alexander Downer, to sit for an F.B.I. interview to describe his meeting with the campaign adviser, George Papadopoulos.

Oh, see the motive here?

We already knew about all this – but the leakers are trying to frame justification for the upcoming released name of apparatchik Stefan Halper, and how he participated in organizing all of these “unofficial” meet-ups.

The agents summarized their highly unusual interview and sent word to Washington on Aug. 2, 2016, two days after the investigation was opened. Their report helped provide the foundation for a case that, a year ago Thursday, became the special counsel investigation. But at the time, a small group of F.B.I. officials knew it by its code name: Crossfire Hurricane.

THIS –right.flippin’.here– is why I’ve been yelling at people to read the damned Page/Strzok text messages.  This paragraph is written by the New York Times because Andrew McCarthy finally broke down and read the darned messages and wrote about this specific meeting and what the FBI did upon Strzok’s return from London. {SEE HERE}

[…] Agents considered, then rejected, interviewing key Trump associates, which might have sped up the investigation but risked revealing the existence of the case. Top officials quickly became convinced that they would not solve the case before Election Day, which made them only more hesitant to act. When agents did take bold investigative steps, like interviewing the ambassador, they were shrouded in secrecy.

Fearful of leaks, they kept details from political appointees across the street at the Justice Department. Peter Strzok, a senior F.B.I. agent, explained in a text that Justice Department officials would find it too “tasty” to resist sharing. “I’m not worried about our side,” he wrote.

Only about five Justice Department officials knew the full scope of the case, officials said, not the dozen or more who might normally be briefed on a major national security case.

See what they’re doing here?  Political spin.  Attempted justification etc.

Mr. Comey was briefed regularly on the Russia investigation, but one official said those briefings focused mostly on hacking and election interference. The Crossfire Hurricane team did not present many crucial decisions for Mr. Comey to make.

Top officials became convinced that there was almost no chance they would answer the question of collusion before Election Day. And that made agents even more cautious.

The F.B.I. obtained phone records and other documents using national security letters — a secret type of subpoena — officials said. And at least one government informant met several times with Mr. Page and Mr. Papadopoulos, current and former officials said. That has become a politically contentious point, with Mr. Trump’s allies questioning whether the F.B.I. was spying on the Trump campaign or trying to entrap campaign officials.  (read more)

D’oh, there it is again… keeping Comey in the ‘willfully blind’ dark again.

I can’t go on – it’s one thing to read propaganda, it’s another thing entirely to submerge yourself in the parseltongue obtuse obfuscations and lies.

The leaky obfuscation goes on to say in retrospect the FBI and DOJ couldn’t tell President Trump about their spying, wire-tapping and campaign surveillance…. because it would reinforce Trump’s impressions of the FBI and DOJ wire-tapping, spying and surveillance upon him…..  Seriously, that’s their excuse.

I’m done with this nonsense.  The third-phase of IG Horowitz looking into the FISA court abuse will reveal much of this; and I prefer to outline bite-sized portions of corruption one thread at a time.

The Obama Intelligence Community is screwed.

They know it, and their justifications in the New York Times proves they know it.

Mark the date.

The tide has turned.

They, all of them, are now left attempting to control the severity of their exposure.

“Muh Russia” is dead.

Political operatives, contractors, used deep-state access to FBI and NSA databases for campaign opposition research.  Then they needed justification… then came the sketchy counterintelligence operation…. Then they needed justification…. then came the use of the sketchy Dossier to get a FISA warrant….. Then they needed cover…. then came the Russian Conspiracy…. Then they needed cover…. Then came the Special Counsel….

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636 Responses to The Origin of The Feces – Corrupt Intelligence Community Now Leaking To Justify Unlawful Election Surveillance: Operation “Crossfire Hurricane”…

  1. Atomic Fireball says:

    Loved “Take Shelter” (redhead looking at the incoming storm). Too bad actor Michael Shannon is a loud-mouthed red and I can’t stomach his work anymore

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  2. Bitcoin & Stock Market Timing says:

    Will Sessions ever do anything about any of this???

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  3. carshop says:

    I can’t wait until the fork is stuck in this pig declaring it done!

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  4. Brant says:

    “Not reported previously….” Well, if everyone here had been following the guidelines set forth by CNN (Cujo) I think (“its illegal to read this until we tell you about it”), then it would be new news to all of us. So, you see, its us who are at fault….or sumpin’ like that. /s

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  5. Pam says:

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  6. FofBW says:

    They can try and justify all they want. Crooks and murders do it every day.

    The Rule of Law will prevail because we have a Rule of Law President!

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    • Let's roll says:

      Please DOJ bankrupt these crooks – Brennan, Comey, Hillary, Mueller, McCabe, Page, Lynch, hopefully Valerie Jarrett, hopefully Rosenstein. Strzok is the link between the FBI (Comey) and the CIA (Brennan & the WH?); pls suck Strzok dry. They may never go to jail, but we taxpayers need our money these crooks spent or stole as they tried the last 2+ years to destroy our elected president!

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    • Uncle Max says:

      The hiccup is a evidently corrupted DOJ, compromised CIA & FBI. Clearly, there are a LOT of compromised individuals in our intelligence services, Congressional staffers, State Department officials, and probably elected Congress critters, Senators and Judges.

      Oh, and I forgot the former President of the United States and his advisors.

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  7. Rhoda R says:

    I find it interesting that they seem to have had a code name for the project even before there was any ‘there’ there.

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    • Caius Lowell says:

      Operation “Jerk Obama” was already taken.

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    • KBR says:

      I have this image of a bunch of the jerks sitting around sweating this whole thing coming out. They are trying like crazy to come up with something to cover a few butts, something to catch the attention, something catchy-sounding, maybe.

      One dufus has been listening to music on his headphones instead of paying attention. He is just a junior guy at Times but you know staff has been cut a lot, so he is in there with the players.

      One of them calls him out for his inattention, jerking off his headphones. “What are you doing, this is serious!”

      “Like, Uh…Crossfire Hurricane…I was just…”

      “Hey that’s good! Yeah yeah, we could use that…”

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      • Paul Killinger says:

        The name they gave this idiocy was as dumb as everything else they did… That would tend me to believe it was an Obama Project (altho it could just as easily have been conceived by Hillary).

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  8. Texas Deplorable says:

    Yes, he is now being unleashed to cause havoc among the bushwhackers in these United States …

    https://qanon.pub. = Intel.mil. many patriots working day and night to safeguard the Constitution/ the Republic … WWG1WGA

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  9. Shark24 says:

    No worries, this old guy is keeping his powder dry. Of course if things go south, I have faith in our youth!

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  10. benifranlkin says:

    This taxpayer is going to send the FBI a bill….with copy to the DOJ. I want my money back.

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  11. Michael says:

    BOOM!

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  12. RH says:

    Still waiting for Jeff Sessions to lock up the criminals.

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    • Having patience is a good thing. If Trump wasn’t happy with what Sessions has been doing behind the scenes, Trump would have fired him long ago.

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    • Q-Messiah says:

      The biggest, most important piece here is not Brennan, the Brits, Comey Strzok and on and on. The most dangerous, insidious, corrosive aspect of this coup attempt that embodies the greatest long-term threat to America is the participation of the corporate press in organized crime.

      I don’t believe for a minute that the bad actors will be brought to justice. But for those who think that JS will spring his trap on the conspirators, cast his wide net over the vast array of evil doers, does anyone think WaPo and NYT employees will be swept up as they should be? Who are they? Do we know their names?

      I get it. I am very pessimistic. But I wonder whether our constitutional government is actually equipped to deal with the situation such as we have now. Lincoln broke all kinds of Laws to fight the Civil War. The individual states participated in that war. Today all we have are the various parts of the federal government fighting one another…no real stakeholders actively engaged.

      I am becoming convinced that Sundance, Andy Mcarthy, Byron York, Sara Carter, Greg Jarrett etc… will have done such great work only to show us the sickness of our Republic. But will PDJT face what was foisted upon him in the same manner as Lincoln? Anything less will only make for some good books.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        Please provide links to factual/credible sources that President Lincoln broke all kinds of laws….

        Please…..

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        • Lindenlee says:

          Habeas corpus for one. Not allowing the southern states to secede, for another. They had a perfect right to do so. I hate that man.

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          • LafnH20 says:

            Appreciate your Opinion.

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          • Q-Messiah says:

            I think Lincoln was a great president. He did not confine himself to the law. But if he did I don’t know that the world would have received the blessings of the USA. Might have been very different.

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            • CirclinTheDrain says:

              Lincoln denied State’s Rights, hence the gross overshoot of Federal authority ever since the Civil War. You can thank having an insufferable Federal Government on Lincoln (with help from subsequent presidents).

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            • Lindenlee says:

              The causes and progress of that war were complex and varied. Add to that the fact that the South was agrarian and basically anti-federalist in orientation, while the North was mercantilism and federalist. Most of it could have been avoided had the tariffs been modified.

              It is interesting that the same basic battle from then is being played out now, between the mercantilist globalists and the working class and normal people of the US.

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      • Marica says:

        putting Sundance in same group as all the others you mentioned does an extreme disservice to Sundance—Q-Messiah–you are not even close…
        And following Sundance– and saying “I am very pessimistic”– tells me you havent been following Sundance!! SMH–
        my question to you and other doubters/pessimists/eeyores…Is President Donald J Trump a PDJT…or a VSGPDJT? Answer will tell you and all others here –choose wisely..

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      • Daniel 6:20-24 (The Message version)
        A Cautionary Tale for Those Who Bear False Witness

        At daybreak the King Darius got up and hurried to the lions’ den. As he approached the den, he called out anxiously,

        “Daniel, servant of the living God, has your God, whom you serve so loyally, saved you from the lions?”

        “O king, live forever!” said Daniel. “My God sent his angel, who closed the mouths of the lions so that they would not hurt me. I’ve been found innocent before God and also before you, O king. I’ve done nothing to harm you.”

        When the king heard these words, he was happy. He ordered Daniel taken up out of the den. When he was hauled up, there wasn’t a scratch on him. He had trusted his God.

        Then the king commanded that the conspirators, who had tried to get rid of Daniel, should be thrown into the lions’ den, along with their wives and children. Before they hit the floor, the lions had them in their jaws, tearing them to pieces.

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  13. KLJ says:

    So much is riding on the IG report.
    It had better be an honest report.

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  14. BocephusRex says:

    …And now ‘crossfire hurricane’ has become ‘Jumpin’ Jack Crash….’

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  15. Caius Lowell says:

    It’s transparently obvious that SD has mis-titled this otherwise superb analysis. Note that this article is essentially a set of arguments or hypotheses that underlie the Democrats’ treasonous IC activities, which SD calls — somewhat provocatively — “feces”. Being a collection of postulated explanations that together combine to form a loosely-connected argument, it seems only appropriate to call this exegesis by SD the “Feces Theses.”

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    • CoinSteward says:

      The one confusing detail about the confab with the Senate Intel committee to get talking points straight is the fact that Mike Rogers was invited and attended. I thought he was the whitest hat in all this. Normally, traitors do not invite heroes to their strategy meetings. Does anyone have a plausible theory to explain this piece of the puzzle?

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        That’s an outstanding observation! Perhaps Rogers has a working relationship with those guys, and he went for his own situational awareness? People at that level have been playing both sides against the middle for so long it’s tough to tell…

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        • With Admiral Rogers there, the other two couldn’t stray too too far from the truth.

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          • Caius Lowell says:

            That’s true, and I certainly understand Roger’s incentive for being there, but what’s their incentive for inviting him? There’s a lot of DC game within a game dynamics I still don’t quite get.

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            • Lindenlee says:

              CYA… “See, we have nothing to hide, we are bringing in all the relevant department heads, we are really doing our jobs (because Nunes makes us look like the lazy dolts we are)”. Nothing more. Or possibly a setup.

              But I think it is CYA.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          I know if my name was involved in anyway I’d be there! Can you imagine if you weren’t there? You’d be automatically selected as the Big Scapegoat. I think if your are Admiral Rogers, you gotta go to see what they are doing and to protect your flank.

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      • brh82 says:

        One, besides Comey, didn’t show. Was it Brennan? i think so.

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    • formerdem says:

      Sundance’s “Feces Theses” writeup is so helpful for me even though I’ve been following carefully.

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    • Jim Ryan says:

      You have won the internet for today. Excellent.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I dunno, Caius.

      Sundance’s title of “The Origin of the Feces” is a play on Darwin’s “Origin of the Species”.
      Which seems humorously appropriate for this stinky, ever-evolving mess.

      Very clever play on words by Sundance, IMHO.

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  16. wheatietoo says:

    How come we haven’t heard about this ‘code name’ of “Crossfire Hurricane” before?

    Maybe I missed it…but today is the first I’ve heard of it.

    Wouldn’t surprise me to learn that this ‘code name’ was added later, in an attempt to make their criminal activities seem ‘heroic’.

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    • Deb says:

      It’s a CYA cover up operation.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Yeah, they renamed it when they added “Stormy” to the mix.
      Crosseyed Whore Insane…

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    • I think at least one text (from Stzrok? I’m to lazy to look it up) mentioned “CF” – Crossfire.

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      • Firefly says:

        People on CTH speculated clinton foundation. But wouldn’t it be CH – Crossfire Hurricane.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        “CF” — is more likely Clinton Foundation.

        ‘Crossfire’ is one word.
        Why use CF for just one word?

        Crossfire Hurricane = CH
        If they were typing two letters, why not type CH?

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    • Hmmm... says:

      It was in the Strzok/Page texts. I read them this morning and there is a text where he says basically let’s call this operation **redacted**. Most of the NYTimes story is based on the texts which makes sense because that is all that they know for sure that the IG has. They wouldn’t want to give up anything to the NYTimes that isn’t already known to exist as evidence.

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        i was under impression that lisa named it operation latitude
        i could be wrong

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      • nimrodman says:

        Thx Hmmm and Zimbalist.
        Those are good specifics.

        Appreciate especially the “redacted” context.

        That would help explain that the CFH label doesn’t come up in general search. Here’s a duck duck go search. It returns nothing that I can see that’s prior to today and that doesn’t pertain to today’s NYT article.

        https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Page+Strzok+texts+%2B%22crossfire+hurricane%22&atb=v80-4__&df=w&ia=images

        So if we presume that NYT has access only to the same redacted version that Hmmm refers to …

        … then that means that the release of the “code name” today specifically is a new leak, presumably from someone with access to the unredacted version or – alternately – access to principals who have access to the unredacted version or were involved in the operation itself.

        More likely, it’s part and parcel of the apparent disinformation campaign that Sundance points out is being carried out by the intelligence community, Congress, – basically all the parties who are participating in this attempt to front-run and minimize the major disclosures on the verge of coming out about the shady players and tactics.

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    • bofh says:

      Times probably made it up last night…

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    • Julia Adams says:

      Think timing. FBI heard IG is set to release. This is the Deep States final counter offensive. Because the people who committed the crimes are the ones leaking to save their butts.

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        It may or not be their final offensive but the MAGA “TET” Offensive has been building up and will be launched against them and others who were in on the takedown. It will not stop with their takedown for there are other ant-Americans who will be taken down along with those in power and others who are deviants and such. Make no mistake about it there is a righteous reckoning coming for them. These people are desperate but we are patient and determined. We will win this fight.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      First time I’ve heard it too. I agree CF = Clinton Fdn. In any context that is what that acronym has meant. Another leak. If we see it in the OIG Report….

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    • Marica says:

      wheatie–yep! The Storm is coming! LOL they aren’t even original!
      even Deep state reads here–sons of bitches…Hi James and Val Jar and Brennan—We will nail you ALL to the WALL!–

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  17. Oldschool says:

    If today’s meeting was for the purpose of coordinating their stories, why was Adm. Rogers there?

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  18. kirkd13 says:

    As we have mukked through all of this BS over the last year or so, this page has been one of the best and most comprehensive sources of the truth. You should be given some sort of journalistic or other type of award. Whatever happens I hope you keep it up. I for one sincerely appreciate your efforts and your production.

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  19. Pam says:

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  20. bkeyser says:

    I suspect that publicly testifying (The ICA Report) by naming the Dossier would have clued in the FISA court Judges that what they had just singed off on was based on the same document. That may have landed them back in front of those two judges, and/or prevented further extensions.

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  21. missilemom says:

    Loved this Sean Davis tweet today.

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  22. Solomonpal says:

    Does not take much imagination to understand WHO set up the circumstances of this underhanded foul extravaganza. The radical America transformer.

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  23. bkrg2 says:

    I feel like a kid at Christmas again!

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  24. Hmmm... says:

    Unfortunately I think there is clear pivot being made. The Senate sent the signal that “Muh Russia” is still valid and this gives Mueller cover to pretend his investigation is still legitimate. They have thrown in the towel on campaign collusion but they are circling the wagons on Russian interference. That means Mueller can endlessly search for Russian twitterbots and fake facebook profiles for months to come. Hopefully I’m wrong in this conclusion but that’s what I see happening.

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    • The Boss says:

      The Senate Intel Committee is full of losers who don’t stand a chance. Many of them will be exposed in the near future as the scum they are. (Isn’t that right Warner?) You know Admiral Rogers (ret). was paying close attention to what the senators, Clapper and Brennan were saying. Rogers was the one good guy in the room. The same good guy we should all be grateful to for his courage in standing up to obama’s henchmen.

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      • Fe says:

        Well said Boss. I have no doubt whatsoever the treasonous losers will face justice and soon. They’re all scrambling and screaming because the bright sunshine of truth is exposing them all one by one. They can screech, squirm, obstruct, lie all they want, it won’t do them any good. This time they will not get away with their BS. I say after their trials, hang them all.

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  25. Turranos says:

    We ordered more disinfectant awhile back and that shipment has arrived. God Bless Us to survive this mess and see justice done in a very satisfying manner.

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  26. Craig D says:

    Couple of points to make. Sundance says the Senate Intelligence Committee is as deep state as you can get and NY Times is outright lying and promoting falsehoods. Well, the Senate is our government. Therefore, our government is corrupt. News to anybody, I don’t think so. Regarding the NY Times spreading lies, the old adage, “do you believe everything you read?” I don’t think so. Seems to me, after all this Russia Gate fiasco, we (the public) are back to where we started, corrupt government and crooked main stream media.

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  27. JimWVa says:

    Thanks again for the analysis, Sundance. I believe they even made up the “code name” in the last few weeks, just to further the scheme that unlawful surveillance was justified as “secret”, counter-intelligence. If that code name had been operational in 2016, Tom Fitton would have pulled it out by now in a FOIA suit. Good work.

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  28. Matt Transit says:

    No offense, Sundance. You have done a herculean effort in exposing, and teaching, all here to read between the lines, regarding the weaponization of the US Intelligence community .
    With all of the exposition of criminality being exposed, what can the rest of us do?
    Other than, Hoping, and Praying, and biding our time with a Cold Anger mindset?

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  29. Ziiggii says:

    The Crossfire Hurricane team did not present many crucial decisions for Mr. Comey to make.

    Wait! I missed that part earlier today… 🤔 that reads as if Comey IS the leaker for this NYT piece!

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    • TreeperInTraining says:

      I assumed he wrote it in its entirety. The NYTs has always been a go-to government pig trough, afterall. The government’s slops them….and they eat it up.

      This is classic A$$ covering at its finest, imho. They have no idea what the OIG report will say, so they are attempting to get out in front of it….just in case.

      Give the villain noble intent to soften the blow.

      It all hinges on Horowitz.

      Interesting times Zig.

      (Ps…I noticed the Cohen Bank Statement Leaker has also bee given similar treatment. Illegal activity, but noble intent. He’s a patriot.) Yet they all abhor Assange.

      Lmao

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    • jakeandcrew says:

      He phoned it in through a friend.

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      • TreeperInTraining says:

        Lol. Exactly, Jake. That’s been the stchick all along , hasn’t it?

        On a side note….why in the hell are all these questionable NYTs articles written by multiple reporters? Its strange.

        Imho

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        • Bert Darrell says:

          To minimize individual responsibility in the unlikely event that Carlos Slim decides to fire the writer for lying! I refer to these traitor accomplices as writers because they are not journalists, just little, miserable traitor wannabes.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I believe that was implied by Kimberly Strasell, too.

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  30. millwright says:

    We received ‘ fair warning ‘ of this situation on 1/17/1961 ! For the unfamiliar its contained in former President DDE’s farewell address to the nation . Most can cite the “military-industrial complex ” part, but forget what specific warning the phrase precedes.

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  31. zimbalistjunior says:

    SD, I share your fatigue and ennui..so let’s move on to new wacky stuff..i know this should be on a new thread but i cant resist

    as i posted elsewhere—news re peter navarro fight with mnuchin re china meeting

    shall we connect some dots? navarro-halper? north korea sudden about face? china influence over Kim’s decision?

    could they be this devious and evil?!

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  32. litlbit2 says:

    Just love it, “so the corrupt senate politicians” with November 2018 in the headlights. Gang of 8? There’s more much more……MSM’s….Soros yippee, yippie. Happy Days are here again! MAGA

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  33. Troublemaker10 says:

    Parts 2 thru 8 cont:

    2. Biggest takeaway: Govt “sources” admit that, indeed, the Obama DOJ and FBI spied on the Trump campaign. Spied. (Tho NYT kindly calls spy an “informant.”) NYT slips in confirmation far down in story, and makes it out like it isn’t a big deal. It is a very big deal.

    3. In self-serving desire to get a sympathetic story about its actions, DOJ/FBI leakers are willing to provide yet more details about that “top secret” source (namely, that spying was aimed at Page/Papadopoulos)–making all more likely/certain source will be outed. That’s on them

    4. DOJ/FBI (and its leakers) have shredded what little credibility they have in claiming they cannot comply with subpoena. They are willing to provide details to friendly media, but not Congress? Willing to risk very source they claim to need to protect?

    5. Back in Dec., NYT assured us it was the Papadopoulos-Downer convo that inspired FBI to launch official counterintelligence operation on July 31, 2016. Which was convenient, since it diminished the role of the dossier. However . . .

    6. Now NYT tells us FBI didn’t debrief downer until August 2nd. And Nunes says no “official intelligence” from allies was delivered to FBI about that convo prior to July 31. So how did FBI get Downer details? (Political actors?) And what really did inspire the CI investigation?

    7. As for whether to believe line that FBI operated soberly/carefully/judiciously in 2016, a main source for this judgment is, um . . .uh . . . Sally Yates. Who was in middle of it all. A bit like asking Putin to reassure that Russia didn’t meddle in our election.

    8. On that, if u r wondering who narrated this story, note paragraphs that assure everybody that hardly anybody in DOJ knew about probe. Oh, and Comey also was given few details. Nobody knew nothin’! (Cuz when u require whole story saying u behaved, it means u know you didn’t.)

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      • steph_gray says:

        Loved this:

        “As for whether to believe line that FBI operated soberly/carefully/judiciously in 2016, a main source for this judgment is, um . . .uh . . . Sally Yates. Who was in middle of it all. A bit like asking Putin to reassure that Russia didn’t meddle in our election.”

        Or a little bit like asking Baghdad Bob whether those tanks in back of his talking head are real.

        🤣

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    • CirclinTheDrain says:

      I want to know why the Clowns In America group is left out of this article. The dog that didn’t bark…

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  34. Markjohnson2303 says:

    Even the name “Crossfire Hurricane” sounds Freudian, like they laid a trap, an ambush. Then they all snickered at their cleverness. “Aren’t we the ones?” Ha!

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  35. Ziiggii says:

    The curious thing is…. WHY did Rogers go to the mtg today? If he’s the white hat of the group WHY? Was he doing recon?

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  36. nimrodman says:

    DiGenova lays a lot out in very clear language on Hannity today. First panel discussion after Hannity’s typical long-winded monologue, maybe 10 minutes in and ending at 0:22 minutes.

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  37. Frbrdskmi says:

    So now what? Countless proof of corruption by the Democrats to undermine a sitting President. Yet the Muleface investigation continues with a current price tag of $20,000,000. We hear everyday the IG report will be released soon (crickets). I love that CTH/Sundance keep us informed, but you just have to wonder, where is this going? Will anyone be held accountable and when? When is our VSG President Trump going to drop the hammer and put an end to this dog and pony show? I know he has a plan and I’m trying to be patient but enough of the corruption and evil doing is enough. We the people deserve better than this , can you just imagine if a Demonrat had won the election? This would not have been tolerated from day one. Why are we allowing it to continue? I’m so angry and nothing I do (contacting Senator, Congressman, etc) is doing any good. Please forgive me Treepers, I’m so frustrated and sad for our country.

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Hope the $20,000,000 reimbursement comes straight from the CF!

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    • Marica says:

      Frb–We are ALL “so frustrated and sad for our country.”– But Hang Tough..The fact that you believe our POTUS is a VSG tells me you are a Real Patriot and a Treeper–IT is extremely frustrating and testing all our patience…WE THE PEOPLE are the strongest and WE WiLL NOT let up! PRAY PRAY PRAY–also– Keep the Faith.. Many things behind the curtain…
      As Gunny says ” Hold Fire til you see whites of their eyes!

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  38. Uncajohn says:

    After trying to sort through the avalanche of news coming out this week, I’m certain of one thing: Trump would have been criminally negligent NOT to fire Comey. He is at worst up to his neck in this “feces”, or at best an incompetent, ignorant boob who can’t see what’s going on right under his nose.

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  39. Maquis says:

    I object. Page never looked as good as depicted above. Just sayin’…

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  40. CaptainNonno says:

    After all this time and investigation (by our warriors here and elsewhere) you can actually see their thought process (black hats). All of them sitting around a table, one lamp on above their heads in a smoke filled room. Russia among others ALWAYS tried to screw with our elections. No one trusts Russia so you can assign any devious accusation their way and be mostly credible. Throw on a few plants (Veselnitskaya, Steele and now Halper) and you create a complex stew seeding doubt and voila. You have the conditions to: prevent Trump election or get him kicked out or turn tide in 2018 or prevent 2020 repeat. Rogers changed all that when he went to Trump Towers and laid it all out for the good guys esp. Flynn to game it all out. 🧐

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  41. missilemom says:

    We must be prepared to bullet point IG report on social media to combat the MSM spin.

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  42. The FBI probably called the Hillary investigation “Mid Year Exam” because they planned for her to pass their test and move on to the presidency. It’s likely they called the Trump investigation “Crossfire Hurricane” because of their intent to BLOW AWAY Donald Trump.

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  43. Troublemaker10 says:

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  44. nimrodman says:

    “Crossfire Hurricane”

    Isn’t this the first we’ve heard of such a label?

    Why?
    Why haven’t we heard anything about that label in the nearly 2 years of leaks and investigation of the investigation?

    Perhaps because it’s newly invented?
    Meaning, like – now?

    “Now” meaning like – let’s fabricate an excuse out of thin air to justify past exploits and
    “I know – let’s give it a catchy name!!!”

    Was “SMERSH” taken or something?

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    • nimrodman says:

      Is it in ANY of the Page-Strozk texts?
      (for those who’ve taken the time to delve deeply into them)

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I think they just recently came up with this “Crossfire Hurricane”…to make what they did seem ‘heroic and cool’.

      They were breaking the law — and they knew it!
      Why would they have a ‘code name’ for it?

      Intel agencies have code names for legitimate covert operations.

      I think they pulled this ‘code name’ business out of the air…after the fact.
      And they did it to try to Legitimize their illegal activities.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Thx, wheatie. See my comment just upthread, looks like I was writing while you were.
        Like minds and all.

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      • piper567 says:

        These vermin seem to think this is all some cool game.
        I think this is what will help the President decide how it is he is going to ultimately deal with “all of this”.
        The very thought that they view this as some cool game to now work their way out of “all of this” would sure pi$$ me off.
        Can’t imagine how it makes Trump feel. These people have NO regard for America, the Country Trump is working his a$$ off to save.
        These ba$tards need to hang by the neck until dead.
        i think the Wrath of Trump will be glorious.

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  45. biggierat says:

    Those involved should be indicted for conspiracy to defraud the United States for making the US spend money on phone Mueller probe. After all, that’s what Mueller indicted the Russians for proving it’s not a make-believe crime.

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  46. kinthenorthwest says:

    This is getting so screwy and so scary in DC–Not sure what to think any more.
    I am beginning to think that before I die America will end up in a civil war, or in a ton of violence

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    • FofBW says:

      Who said we were not already in a civil war? Just not an all out shooting one.

      PT is doing a fine job.

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      • Malatrope says:

        That’s my feeling. I think we’ve been in open war since Obama was elected the first time. It just took our side bloody forever to realize it. In fact, that we didn’t may be the reason Donald Trump decided he had no choice but to run for president.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      It’s because you’re in the Northwest, k. You’re in W. WA., right?

      I remember feeling relieved to get out when I did, cuz there were so many rabid Dems there who just seemed ripe to go all-out NAZI on their neighbors when the SHTF for them.

      I don not have these fears wher I am now, cuz the people around here are sane.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        northeast—Damn if I lived in western Washington I’d be in a white strait jacket by now.
        I have had 2 friends finally give up on western Oregon.

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  47. perpetuaofcarthage says:

    We know the FBI used Carter Page in the past to spy on the Russians who were trying to recruit him. Is it possible that the FBI was using Carter Page again to spy on the Trump campaign and didn’t really think he was colluding with Russia?
    Is it possible that George Papadopoulis was planted in the campaign to try to get the campaign to behave in ways that could be considered collusion with Russia?

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  48. Frbrdskmi says:

    Perhaps it’s time for all of us to do as my mom said and as I’ve heard so many times in my long life, “Time to let go and let God handle it” because handle it He will. He already knows the outcome of all of this and He has instructed us not to worry for anything. I trust and have faith that God’s will shall be done and I will be happy and rejoice in it.

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    • Burnt Toast says:

      Trump tried that right after the election. Let Hills go, by gones…

      They went balls to the wall.

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      • piper567 says:

        Burnt, Trump was giving hrc and her evil tribe an out…they decided not to take his offer, which i believe was his first truly Presidential statement…his willingness to let bygones be bygones.
        But, by their not taking him up on his offer, and immediately going into attack mode, I believe all bets are off.

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  49. Ziiggii says:

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  50. From the article: “Ms. Yates, the deputy attorney general under President Barack Obama, signed the first warrant application. But subsequent filings were approved by members of Mr. Trump’s own administration: the acting attorney general, Dana J. Boente, and then Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general.” BIG F**KING LIE – she signed the first TWO applications. Dana Boente was not acting AG until Feb. 9, 2017 – this was BEYOND the 90 days from the first application.

    Hell, her fingerprints are all over this NYT spin – trying to downplay the Trump investigation while claiming that they were harsh on Hillary.

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