Report: IG Horowitz Found “Reasonable Grounds” For Criminal Prosecution and Referred to U.S. Attorney John Huber…

Real Clear Investigations journalist Paul Sperry has noted that Inspector General Michael Horowitz found “reasonable grounds” for criminal prosecution and referred his findings to U.S. Attorney John Huber for possible criminal prosecution.

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Hopefully, this does not come as a surprise to CTH readers.  Remember, the IG draft report has just been sent to the principals for review.  Generally speaking IG draft reviews take around two weeks.  The final IG report is on target for release by the end of May.

While the terms “reasonable grounds” and “criminal prosecution” gain additional emphasis against the draft submission, months ago it was transparently obvious OIG Michael Horowitz discovered criminal conduct and submitted his request.  AG Jeff Sessions informed everyone of U.S. Attorney John Huber in March.

If IG Horowitz did not discover reasonable evidence of criminal conduct there would not be a U.S. Attorney (Huber) paralleling his investigation since late last year.  U.S. Attorney John Huber was assigned to assist Horowitz at least eight months ago. It wasn’t until March of this year when AG Jeff Sessions, quietly made the acknowledgement.

The evidence of a U.S. Attorney working with Horowitz was initially evidenced when it became obvious that Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, James Baker and Bruce Ohr were cooperating with the investigation.   Each of these individuals is clearly outlined as engaging in conduct that exposed them to legal risk.  The IG cannot coordinate terms of cooperation surrounding unlawful conduct.  That was the first indication a U.S. attorney was assisting.  That indication was more than six months ago.

“They are sat down, told to not do anything, say anything or discuss anything UNTIL they get an attorney. At which time, the attorney is handed a letter from the investigating unit. That letter says in essence, this is how screwed you are. If you want to be less screwed you will sign this letter of cooperation and assist us. When we don’t need you, you sit there. When we do we will call you and you will provide what we need. Any deviation from this agreement lands you in jail for the full term.” (Link to Prior)

The fact that U.S. Attorney John Huber exists is evidence in-and-of-itself that criminal conduct was discovered by IG Horowitz.  It should not come as a surprise to hear news today about this.  Clearly U.S. Attorney John Huber has been reviewing evidence and conducting his own investigation for more than six months.

The process was outlined by Jonathan Turley WATCH (March 2018):

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605 Responses to Report: IG Horowitz Found “Reasonable Grounds” For Criminal Prosecution and Referred to U.S. Attorney John Huber…

  1. Dutchman says:

    I am envisioning a LITTLE time, say 1-2 weeks, at a minimum, between IG report, and any arrests. Maybe month to 6 weeks.
    Firstly, as long as your not up against statute of lim, or worried about fleeing, if you have airtight case, your in no hurry. Secondly, there will be MASSIVE attempt to discredit the report, Horowitz, and even the IG office and process. The ‘average american’ has no idea what an IG is, how they operate, etc. Ultimately, this attempt to discredit will backfire: an inet search of “IG”, “Law establishing I.G.” and similar searches is how I edumacated myself, and I was quickly reassured. The process of appointing really IS non partisan, they knew, setting this up thst IG’s are going to investigate and report on stuff thats embarasding, so set it up to be above reproach or political pressure.
    Anyway, allow time for talking and exploding heads to settle down, and ‘average joes’ to start clamoring for action. And, see whst action accused take. Might get headlines like “Hillarious and Willy aprehended at airport, with tickets to argentina, and suitcase full of W.H. dishes and silverware they never returned”.

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  2. CNN_sucks says:

    There are still room in Gitmo for Sally Yates, Comey, Clapper, Brennan, Storkz, McCabe, Ohr, Priestap. You are ain’t special.

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  3. Now we will finally see what Jeff Sessions has in the way of Juevos

    If he HAS any, this WILL result in a prosecution, whether or not Huber seizes the bull by the horns.

    If this results in another “I defer to Huber” decision ala Lynch and Comey, then no more BS… we will KNOW what Jeff Sessions is all about.

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    • Cat Lady says:

      You misspelled huevos!!

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    • Andy says:

      If Sessions wusses out Trump will fire in faster than the car behind you leans on its horn when a red light turns green in New York…in other words, a very short interval of time…Sessions has no grace period.

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      • treehouseron says:

        They’ve probably talked about it 50 times.

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      • singular says:

        Andy, he won’t.

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      • noswamp says:

        “If Sessions wusses out Trump will fire in faster than the car behind you leans on its horn when a red light turns green in New York”

        Highly probable but what about Huber? Rumors have it that he did not prosecute some cases he should have there in Utah. Suppose he does not follow through? What happens then?

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        • farrier105 says:

          I know from experience that US Attorneys and Assistant US Attorneys do not always prosecute what the public would like to see prosecuted, and this is sometimes after years of investigations of the allegations. One has to take each case one-at-a-time and see what happens. There will probably be multiple cases arising from the referrals. Since this will be under the auspices of a grand jury, we will not know until there is an indictment.

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          • Solano Jones says:

            But there HAS been a GJ! Remember the DOJ reply to the Goodlatte subpoena of Rosenstein that cited in its footnotes that specific items were withheld due to being products of a Grand Jury process (which are secret)? That was the little nugget everybody and their uncle seems to have missed.

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            • farrier105 says:

              Nice catch, but what I meant was you can’t have a prosecution until you get an indictment. If you don’t get an indictment, you might not find out WHY for some considerable amount of time if there is a Declination of Prosecution letter put in the case file. It tends to go away as there was not True Bill of Indictment, so the prosecution does not take place.

              You can “walk certain things back” to see if there is at least a grand jury, such as a search warrant without a True Bill of Indictment. A search could mean a grand jury.

              Again, good catch!

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      • LibertyBelle says:

        Sessions never wusses out. After taking on the KKK in Alabama, the D.C. swamp is a piece of cake for him.

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    • jb says:

      Clue:

      Sessions is recused form anything “Russian Collusion.”

      He appointed Huber before you or anyone else knew.

      Read Sundance’s words closer. The anti-Sessions nonsense is quite tiresome.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        Especially when there’s a 6 min. vid. posted above that explains quite nicely the info these peeps need to consider.

        But apparently, they can’t be bothered to spend SIX MINUTES watching it.

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        • maiingankwe says:

          Thank you Sunnydaze, if Sundance takes the time to post a video, I watch it. I know he did it for a good reason.

          I even watch the dreaded Chris Wallace ones too, however, on those I’ve never disparaged any of our Treepers from not doing so simply because I can understand.

          There are a great number of people who disparage our AG Sessions on other sites, but I would think if one comes here, they should do the necessary research and reading as we all have.

          For the Treepers who have put their time in, then please use the information shared here in your arguments and not the usual of what we find from others. I guess what I’m trying to say is, I find the CTH Treepers to be more informed and should use what we have here rather than ignore it.
          Be well,
          Ma’iingankwe

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Tiresome will happen when boredom sets in from watching too many perp walks.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      I have to admit I’ve doubted Sessions and have been frustrated as anyone else. However, Sundance has been right about everything so far. I think I’ll stick with his Huber theory. I think bombs will explode soon rather than later…and you guys will have to eat crow with me.

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      • jb says:

        I have never for a moment doubted Jeff Beau. Took a bit of heat and even am (still) in moderation over a pointed comment or two. It is what it is.

        Sundance has always said Jeff Beau was with Trump. How can anyone doubt that after all this time? Nobody needs to eat crow, per se – this is a very convoluted matter, as Sundance has continually told us. But we need to think beyond our emotional need of “get someone” and understand that the swamp is deeper than some/most ever imagined, and that one cannot simply snap their fingers and make things happen.

        Donald has been patient beyond measure. He has taken unspeakable shot, and let the “other side” have their head, so to speak. They are convicting themselves. Rather than incessantly call for this or that to happen on “our” command – we need to be, as I have from day one counseled, patient. Donald has this fully in hand. That ought to be clear to all. No, none of this is proceeding at the pace “we” would like but then again – we are not directing the real action, are we?

        No.

        Pax

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        • RG. Getard says:

          Well said. Trump has been one step ahead of me since he announced for the presidency. I look back to my understanding of the problems facing our country at that time and my understanding now and I am amazed at how ignorant I was. Trump has revealed in dramatic fashion the problem we face with the establishment “uniparty”, the globalists, and the media. We have been manipulated, lied to, stolen from, and worse for decades. Trump not only exposed them by drawing them in the open, but he has shown we don’t have to take it anymore. As the Founders expressed many time “We the people” have the ultimate authority and we better use it by holding those who have trashed and are attempting to trash our Constitutional and God given rights. “Keeping us safe” is not a license to suspend our rights, and “national security” doesn’t excuse abuse of power and authority granted by the people. If the rule of law and its impartial application is not the centerpiece of our republic then we have to get it fixed one way or the other.
          The rot is deep and extensive, to root it out one has to dig deep, plan extensively and spring the trap in a sudden and decisive manner. I sense Trump and Sessions have maneuvered their prey into a box canyon and are about to spring the trap.

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          • maiingankwe says:

            RG. Getard,
            I agree with your post and can’t help being reminded of all of the people demanding our President Trump to fire Mueller. Imagine if he would’ve done so all of those months ago? We wouldn’t even know half of what he has been up to. Now that would’ve been a great shame.

            I truly believe our President Trump laid out a nice yuuge trap for him along with Brennan, Clapper, Yates, idiot 44, and so many others including the hag.

            Their arrogance is their downfall along with their dismissivenss of our President and their underestimation of him and his smarts. Sure, DC politics is a different arena than NY Realty, but our President didn’t become a multi-billionaire without being a genius.
            Be well,
            Ma’iingankwe

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            • Mickturn says:

              Simply Put, New York Street Smarts ‘Trumps’ Political savvy by 100:1.

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            • mutantbeast says:

              they never watched “the Apprentice” did they? They should have. They might even have had a slight clue about the sheetstorm coming there way. Of course, Obama was too busy watching Soros rear end crack, so we knew he was hopeless.

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      • steph_gray says:

        I should think one could greatly enhance the palatability of crow by using enough butter, wine, and garlic. Perhaps lemon and capers.

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    • CMDCMRET says:

      Jeff Sessions has been sporting those hurvos the entire time. He is the reason it’s happening, and he will be the reason they are convicted. I’ve said it over and over…that man is ZNOT going to come out as a partisan mouthpiece. He will ensure ALL OF THE LAWS OF OUR NATION ARE ENFORCED. I’d bet my life on it.

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  4. Dutchman says:

    To amend my earlier post, even tho this IG report installment is on hills email investigation, im not sure she gets an indictment, unless Lynch rolls over on her, and tells what was said on tarmac.
    Which is really ALL Lynch will have, to trade.
    In years to come, I SUSPECT Clintons biggest mistake was NOT shutting down the foundation. Between Charles Ortel and “Clinton Cash”, the roadmap for investigation is layed out, and no statute of limitations to worry about.
    So, I SUSPECT that will be their albatross.
    One legal ? I don’t know the answer to:
    If, by obstruction of justice, you delay case till after statute of lim has passed, can you revisit issue on that basis, or no?

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    • They discussed their grandchildren on the tarmac. Did you forget? I think Bill said “Nice grandchildren you have there, Loretta. Shame if something happened to them.”

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      • Roberto says:

        Loretta’s the weak link here. She’s already panicked once. She’s got Hillary and Soertero coming at her from above; Comey, Brennan and Clapper from the flank; and Stroz, Page and the Ohrs from below.

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        • Mary Kate says:

          and she has no grandchildren, I believe. But she is Elizabeth Carlysle’s granddaughter.I know that because she CONDUCTED OFFICIAL DOJ BUSINESS UNDER AN ALIAS – HER GRANDMOTHER’S NAME. probably with “Passw0rd” as the password.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Yeah, and probably “Haven’t seen them on the island lately…”…

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      • Jim Ryan says:

        Are you referring to her children contracting a bad case of “Arkancide?”

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      • Army Mom says:

        I always found her excuse for the meeting talking about grandchildren curious. Loretta Lynch has No children therfore No grandchildren. Her husband has 2 children from a previous marriage.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “In years to come, I SUSPECT Clintons biggest mistake was NOT shutting down the foundation. Between Charles Ortel and “Clinton Cash”, the roadmap for investigation is layed out, and no statute of limitations to worry about.”

      The Clinton’s ran a very sloppy money laundering operation, because they figured that they would always have a corrupt FBI/DOJ to sweep things under the rug.

      Except now they do not have a corrupt FBI/DOJ to cover for them. If the DJT administration does not get them, I am sure their globalist masters will have some reckoning to do with them when things come to a screeching halt and billions of dollars are confiscated.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        They ran it in plain sight. They knew they were untouchable.

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      • Newt Love says:

        > “… The Clinton’s ran a very sloppy money laundering operation, because they figured that they would always have a corrupt FBI/DOJ to sweep things under the rug.
        “Except now they do not have a corrupt FBI/DOJ to cover for them. … ”

        HRC had transcripts of EVERY phone call, email, and text message involving a Trump Campaign worker. Candidate Trump strategies and advertisements known before hand for HRC and the DNC to counter.

        AND SHE STILL LOST!

        How well would any of us do in a poker (or other card game) if we had the details of our opponents cards, and their internal dialog.

        If nothing else, that PROVES that HRC is not competent to run anything! With it all gift wrapped and given to her, she and her sycophants were too STUPID to use the information.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          They didn’t understand one of the major components of Trump’s strategy: Telling the truth. They didn’t know what that was or how to counter it.

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        • formerdem says:

          Well, he didn’t beat just her. He beat Hillary, the DNC, the top-ranked governors and senators of the GOP, Silicon Valley, Hollywood, Davos, the UN, the EU, the NYT, the WaPo, the CIA, FBI, DOJ, the Five Eyes, Govt of Iran and its friends, possibly Govt of China and its friends, and the US Chamber of Commerce. Ha ha ha!!!! He beat ’em all!

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    • DD More says:

      Dutch, Not Need No Lynch-ing. unless Lynch rolls over on her, and tells what was said on tarmac.

      They (NSA) has it, along with video too.
      Citizen Researcher Dr. Larry Kawa charges that “the evidence suggests that the meeting between former President Bill Clinton and current Attorney General Loretta Lynch may have been recorded under an NSA program, called the Tempest Emanations Program.”
      The NSA and NATO program Tempest Emanations program which is part of the government’s Communications Security (COMMSEC) controls communications security of government officials including that of the Attorney General.
      Kawa states, “In conclusion, it was statutorily required for Loretta Lynch to be on a government plane, which she was on June 27, 2016 when she met with President Bill Clinton on the tarmac in Phoenix.”
      “The Tempest Emanations program through the NSA and NATO monitored the telephonic and computer devices on that plane through the VOSIP component of CommSec (Communications Security).
      “Data captured would have included audio and video through the plans telephonic, computer, and other electronic devices. Such information would be captured and stored by the NSA and it should be publicly available through FOIA.”

      https://americansecuritytoday.com/recording-clinton-lynch-tarmac-meeting/

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    • LibertyBelle says:

      It’s already been told. Clinton was offering her AG on the tarmac.

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  5. NJF says:

    Not only as Hillary supposed to win, they figured they’d eventually find something on Trump.

    Now they have to get the snowflakes ready.

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    • treehouseron says:

      This is one of the most REMARKABLE aspects of the whole thing.

      If you asked me years ago, do I think they could find Dirt on Trump… I’d say “Yeah” because everybody has dirt on them. Do you think they’d find dirt on Romney? Bush? Little Bush? Jeb Bush? Marco?

      Of course, all these guys have dirt on them…. but Trump doesn’t! That’s incredible! The guy’s clean as a whistle, he just took a two year colonoscopy AND THEY DIDN’T FIND NUTHIN.

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      • gda says:

        That surprised me as well. But the best they can come up with is some questionable business practices (of which Trump University has the worst profile) and being what used to be called a “man about town”.

        But of course POTUS knew that they would come after him with all guns blazing. Likely he would not have run if it were otherwise.

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        • formerdem says:

          So what he did is write a bestseller and give a number of interviews explaining in detail everything that might concern them. It’s not that he’s perfect, it’s that he is transparent. And mighty smart.

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        • cozette says:

          Q keeps emphasizing that the reality is that we are in a global war between Good and Evil. People who view this in terms of party, race, country or religion are buying into a divisive illusion. I agree. I also know that PAST behavior is not a reliable predictor of which side a person or country is on in this current battle. Anyone who understands the pure EVIL we are facing will welcome ANYONE who wants to help us defeat that evil. Let bygones be bygones. What matters is that NOW we are brothers in arms fighting a common enemy.

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    • WSB says:

      HaHa! Adam probably could barely write this one!

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    • Newt Love says:

      > “… Now they have to get the snowflakes ready.”

      The Libtard meltdown over the Mueller failure, and the indictments and trials of the whole Donkey Party parade of traitors, WILL BE EPIC, like the crying and wailing on Election Night, 2016, and for a few days after that.

      But unlike the November 2016 Donkey cry-fest, the steady drip drip drip of subpoenas and indictments and trials, and convictions, and the exposing of the plea bargains and deals will go on for years!

      The only thing better than the Traitors crying, is them crying daily for years. (Especially the ones at CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR, NPTV, MSNBC, CNBC, Politico, et cetera.

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      • Jim Ryan says:

        When the indictments start coming out, those traitors not cooperating with Huber will go down swinging. The courtroom coverage will be epic, and the acolytes in the media will avoid it like the plague. There will be an epidemic of SD (Snowflake Dimentia).

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      • treehouseron says:

        And just think Newt, while all that is going on… the regular circus of them losing their crap because of Trump winning daily will continue 🙂

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    • CMDCMRET says:

      Read the comments under that article, the left is out of touch bigly. I already knew that, but wow. Y’all should read them. Yikes.

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  6. I am still waiting for someone to ask Rosenstein why he called for a Special Council. I want to know what his information was that enabled him to disrupt the presidency thus far

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  7. History Teaches says:

    Does the President have the legal right to ‘take over the airwaves’ to inform the country about the next (pending criminal) phase of this critical crisis?

    The MSM still control the way news is shaped for the majority of the population, and obviously would do anything possible prevent voluntarily giving the President that massive forum to share his unfiltered statement.

    Granted, it’s not a matter of war or a natural catastrophe but this certainly is a subversive conspiracy of the highest possible level, barring assassination.

    Watergate was wall to wall coverage, with a salivating media eager to help create the atmosphere justifying Nixon’s takedown. I doubt we will see much of anything when the wheels of justice start rolling.

    And the most powerful internet sites may even be worse for censorship and control.

    It could really turn surreal.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if we have a situation like the McCarthy hearings, where there was an inversion of values. Or even the Bill Clinton scenario. Expect the prosecution to be treated like Ken Starr and McCarthy, and personally demonized for daring to peek behind the leftist curtain of corruption.

    But we probably will only see selected snippets and nothing like the blanket coverage this crisis requires.

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    • libertysc2016 says:

      Most of the traditional news media seems to have played an active role in this effort against Trump. Given the effort to overthrow POTUS and undermine the legitimacy of our basic institutions, I think there is certainly room to consider extraordinary measures. The people/organizations involved in the coup are hostile and should be treated in an appropriate manner. To be sure, we do not have channels of communicating the nature of the crisis to the public – particularly with hostile media outlets propagandizing the general population. Let’s face it – the traditional news media despises most of the population and actively works against the domestic and international interests of the Republic. So POTUS needs to find a way forward that helps to resolve the problem (hostile news media) without undermining our commitment to expressive rights. The reckoning is near and we should all remember Trump’s declaration that the news media is the enemy of the American people. He was not kidding and we should expect appropriate actions in the near term. MAGA!

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      • Mickturn says:

        Freedom of the Press is all they have, Trump can shut down their access to any govt. owned information path…like Radio, TV, Satellite, Internet, Microwave etc. Without those paths to push their lies the MSM will become not just a toothless tiger but a totally impotent one as well. They will have to revert to print media…which oh, by the way, uses ink shipped over Interstate Highways…you get the picture, it’s blank!

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      • mutantbeast says:

        the media are communist subversive propagandists. They are taught this in so called “journalism” schools, its become so prevalent even “sports” networks like ESPN and the “weather” channel have as much political propaganda on there as there supposed areas of expertise.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Rest assured that the attorneys for these criminals will search for any technicality to get charges dropped or lowered. Take it to the bank that they will claim the President prevented their ability to get a fair trial.

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    • formerdem says:

      it is a very interesting question. I sort of think (?) not, but that is why his Twitter account is so interesting. There has been an effort globally, at least since Bush II, to expand the reach and authority and range of permissible topics and orders they can give you, in the area of disaster communications. But I do not think that megaphone would be available to Trump. Personally I see it more as the switch to be flipped when it is time for Big Brother to introduce himself. Anyhow. Trump has it all under control. Support him and sleep easy.

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    • Pyrran says:

      Well, Trump tricked the media into attending and covering a news conference before. If he want’s some airtime, just have one of his aides leak that he’s thinking about resigning. They’ll probably give him a prime time slot. Once he is on, they won’t dare to cut him off.

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  8. Perot Conservative says:

    National Review: Spinning a Crossfire Hurricane: The Times on the FBI’s Trump Investigation

    http://www.nationalreview.com/2018/05/crossfire-hurricane-new-york-times-report-buries-lede/

    BTW, will Brennan or Clapper throw Obama under the bus? Go between Strzok?

    Is there any indication there is enough evidence to indict Obama as a co-conspirator?

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    • I predict Obama has enough plausible deniability that he won’t be indicted.

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        “This has rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. Those anxiously waiting for Mueller to take down Trump cried foul. “My own view is that [the president] can be indicted,” Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) told MSNBC on Thursday. Some see this as a clear abdication of Mueller’s responsibility in holding Trump accountable — or worse, an admission that a president is “above the law.””

        Ole Blu has been a treasure-trove of wisdom. He has now confirmed that Obama CAN BE INDICTED! Look at the last sentence. Before the hyphen addresses Trump but after the hyphen is wide open to be Obama. Thanks Blu!!

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      • ristvan says:

        Presently do not see a clear criminal legal path to Obumer. Clear multiple criminal paths to HRC, which in my opinion is good enough given the optical politics. Point is to ruin Obumer’s legacy, not necessarily Obumer himself. BTW, see the bait and switch lawsuit just filed in Chicago over his ‘presidential library’. Good times coming.

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        • Jonesy says:

          So you think Hillary will go down without burning Rome? Doubt it, she will make sure they all hang from a tree! The Clintons, especially Hil, will take down everything and everyone, Obama too. With the Clinton Foundation, go after Chelsea, she signed as an officer in charge with tax filings. We’ll see Hil flopping like the day she fell into the van if they bring Chelsea in. The top O Admin are all easily persuaded to turn, don’t see Lynch, Rice, Powers, Yates, Ohr(both)… taking one for the team now. I would go after the women with children first. I believe that is why the Ohrs turned quickly.

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          • blondegator says:

            Hang the Hag, first….let her burn them all. I’d love to see her indicted for all of her crimes, but the easiest way to take her (and Bill & Chelsea) down is via the Clinton Foundation and CGI. It was one gigantic money laundering machine, buying and selling people, territories, and keeping the Friends of Clintons in high cotton. Use the RICO laws. And many of the international players could be PNG’d from the US, and also on any kind of financial transactional basis.

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        • kroesus61 says:

          easy path to indictment on Bammy is a records search…..when it is shown he is NOT NBC qualified and he KNOWING this ran for and assumed the office of POTUS justifies a felony for him and most of WDC

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        • aumechanic says:

          Obama needs to be destroyed or he’ll be meddling in our affairs way to much. He caused to much damage to be let go. No mercy. No quarter. Remember how he always said this is a land of laws. What dims always do, say what they don’t mean.

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          • KeithBB says:

            Simply prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law. By prosecutors are serious about enforcing the law(s) and pushing for maximum sentencing guidelines. No less.

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        • cozette says:

          You may not yet see Obamas criminality but MANY do. He is going down like all the rest but it will take awhile to bring the public around to the point that it will happen. Fortunately president Trump is perhaps the greatest persuader of all time and a genius at strategy. My part is to pray, back him up, defeat Democrats this year and to enjoy the show.

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          • formerdem says:

            I do not want Obama in jail. He will just think he is the second coming of Mandela. It would upset African Americans and many people suffered through Obama for the solitary purpose of ensuring African Americans realized they can too be anything here. Leave Obama alone. Jail Jarrett.

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          • CMDCMRET says:

            After 2020 election landslide victory. Trumps rallying cry may be lock him up.

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        • CMDCMRET says:

          There are multiple paths to him but the shortest and clearest is through Hillary. She’s gonna burn EVERYONE! 🍿🍿🍿

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    • treehouseron says:

      Obama will never be indicted. He wont’ even be implicated. Even if he was, President Trump would pardon him. There’s more upside to pardoning him than there is to prosecuting him, and whatever gloves President Trump uses to touch Obama will be used on him as soon as the next liberal gets in office.

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        Hopefully he will be convicted even if pardoned. He needs to exposed for the criminal he is just like his girls—Hill and Val!!

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      • jbowen82 says:

        He won’t be indicted for this, no matter how involved he was. He might be an unindicted co-conspirator. I think It’s pretty likely he’s going to be shown to have been e-mailing hrc22@clintonemail.com .

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        • WSB says:

          Then you have no idea about 0’s real crimes. I’m not willing to allow the CIA, the Saudi Arabians and global enemies get away with doing what they did to this country.

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          • cozette says:

            The Saudis are allied with Trump. BTW based on our governments actions over many decades I agree with the Iranian mullahs that we were The Great Satan so some charity for the sins of other governments PAST behaviors is in order imho. What matters is what side they are on NOW. Good or EVIL. Those are the only sides in this global war.

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            • WSB says:

              Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

              Cozette, let’s back up a bit.

              The Iranian mullahs took out a westernized beloved leader of Iran, the Shah. BTW, with the ‘leadership’ of Carter. Bastard.

              Now, we, the US, with the help of a past CIA, had installed a Shah, after dealing with an erratic fanatic moslem dictatorship. However, there had been a wonderful King of Persia originally, if you decide to really study this.

              I had friends who lived in Tehran, and LOVED the country. The Shah was not a fascist moslem jihadist.

              Prince Al-Waleed was just taken out by Mohammed Bin Salman. My reference was to Al-Waleed.

              Al-Waleed is rumored to grooming and paying for Obama’s education, along with the CIA and God knows who else. Ask Tony Rezko, and Bill Ayers’ parents, Nellie Ohr’s family and Peter Strzok’s uncle. Fascinating, no?

              Al-Waleed was NOT aligned with Trump. Quite the opposite. His wing of the family may have been the ones whisked off the tarmac on 9/12/2001. Many believe he was behind the financial resourses for the Clintons and Bushes.

              The long and short is that we have a lot to understand just what the Hell has been going on in our country for years!!!!

              If I could give anyone a piece of good advice, it would be to snatch honest history from the jaws of propaganda.

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              • David A says:

                I would only add that at the time ( the heat of the cold war) Iran was being screwed by the UK ( the UK was taking almost all the profit of Iranian oil ) So the US brokered the arrangement that gave far greater profits to the Iranian people, kept the Islamists out of power, and made Iran the fastest growing Arab economy in the world along with far greater women’s rights and education, all remarkably successful until Carter’s FUBAR actions.

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      • Dauntless says:

        Maybe not, but as Trump predicted he will go down as the worst president in history.

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      • Trumpismine says:

        History will indict him

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        • dutzie60 says:

          And that’s what pizzs me off. I don’t have enough time left on earth to wait for ‘history’. I want to see that POS exposed and destroyed. Pleeeeeassee, at least release the birth certificate info to show the entire world that he is a liar and a fraud.

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          • David A says:

            I want it all released and the zero prosecuted.
            Otherwise vice and corruption is rewarded and likely to return sooner. That the USA could fall for this wolf in sheep’s clothing is a result of decades of subversive ” education” glorifying Government power.

            I would however accept a reduced sentence for the zero to reveal his handlers.

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      • Retired Army Vet says:

        He learned all about this in the media, you know. How can you indict him with that defense?

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      • True Treeper says:

        You are expressing conventional “wisdom”. First African American President is untouchable, etc. Conventional wisdom is usually wrong. This all leads to Obama. I don’t think people will take the rap this guy. If we get criminal prosecutions, all bets are off.

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    • JAS says:

      You have to look deep as to who runs these shows. Brennan was running it and he suckered both Obozo and the FBI. Not that those two already had a Dimm stake in the game, they did, and that made them a lot easier to recruit.

      Brennan just knew which buttons to push to get the whole thing started. After it did, “…he camped out at the White house…” feeding them “his” story.

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      • Heika says:

        There are some concerns about Gina Haspel, and I can see why. Questions around whether she was involved in the spying are quite relevant, and very possible. When this was all being set up by Brennan, she was in charge of CIA station cheif in UK (2016) and we all know how the UK swamp was a part of it all – so another swamp monster, a close acolyte of Brennan, now in charge of the CIA? Makes one wonder about many things but confirms how deep the stinking mess is. Who advised Trump to give her the big chair? Oh I wonder. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-17/was-gina-haspel-trumps-new-cia-chief-involved-secret-spy-op-trump-campaign

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        • gda says:

          Rand Paul questioned her today and she DENIED CIA involvement. CYA in full effect.

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        • Sandra-VA says:

          Just because she was station chief doesn’t mean she was involved.

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        • Jonesy says:

          Read this story below about Lt Ledford in 2003, a Navy Seal commanding a squad to capture a high ranking prisoner in Iraq, behind enemy lines. The CIA killed the captured prisoner or died during CIA custody for interrogation, after returned and evaluated and handed off to the CIA by the Seal team. CIA tried to blame the Seals for his death while in custody of the CIA and the ranking officer, LT Ledford. Who was in charge during this Blacksite? My problem is blaming our Navy Seal Team for doing their jobs. He was acquitted, earned his PhD at Princeton and teaching at the Academy now and after sitting in one of his lectures, a very impressive leader and soldier for our next generation of officers. My concern is this complete Elite Coverup by the CIA. Who was CIA in charge, Breenan, Haspel or someone else, and where did the people, who tried to move blame to this squad, where are they now?!!

          https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4670936

          http://www.newsweek.com/2015/10/16/former-cia-interrogator-david-martines-story-380520.html

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          • cozette says:

            Why are you WASTING time and energy WORRYING about President Trumps ability to pick the proper person for any position? Especially one as important as head of the CIA? All you have is surface skaters info and spin. He has EVERYTHING plus knowlege of his battle plan and the ability to size people up thats legendary. If you’re truly concerned than turn you’re worries over to God. Pray for POTUS. Pray for Gina. Pray for all the patriots willing to lay down their lives to defeat the EVIL determined to destroy us all.

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          • CMDCMRET says:

            Not a soldier, a Sailor!

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        • JAS says:

          Ohh Pleease! That’s like saying she worked at the CIA under Brennan.

          Do you think she had any control on who O put in charge of the CIA? Both She and Brennan were career analysts at the CIA for a LONG, LONG time. She definitely knows who Brennan is. So does everyone that worked in the CIA for the last 25 years. By your logic all of those people can’t be trusted either?

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        • bentley1blog says:

          Heika, how alarming. Did not follow the vetting too closely but your message certainly make me sit up and pay attention. Are we in for yet another liar and cheat posing as the cia chief? If the answer is yes then I can’t even begin to imagine the devastation being placed on America.

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    • vfm#7634 says:

      Not Brennan. He and Obama are Muslims, remember?

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    • SJM says:

      Circuit Judge Says Ballots Were Illegally Destroyed In Debbie Wasserman Schultz House Race

      NICK GIVAS
      Media And Politics Reporter
      1:16 PM 05/17/2018

      Florida circuit court Judge Raag Singhal ruled the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office violated state and federal law Friday, after the office destroyed ballots from a 2016 House race for Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s seat.

      The elections office may also be on the hook for $200,000 in attorneys fees for Tim Canova, who brought a lawsuit against them after he lost to Wasserman Schultz in 2016, the Sun Sentinel reported. Canova lost by a final tally of 28,809 to 21,907 in a Democratic primary. (RELATED: Maryland AG Thinks Feds Shouldn’t Waste Time Trying To Combat Voter Fraud)

      Canova requested a closer look at the paper ballots from the race to check for anomalies in March 2017, but Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes did not respond to his requests so he took her to court, according to the Sun Sentinel. Snipes had signed off on the destruction of the ballots in September 2017.

      Snipes made a “mistake,” she said during testimony in court and claimed the boxes were mislabeled. She maintained the destruction of the ballots was entirely unintentional.

      “When I sign, I sign folders filled with information,” Snipes said in her testimony, according to the Sun Sentinel. “I trust my staff. They have the responsibility of giving me information that’s correct.”

      Singhal ruled Snipes had wrongly destroyed public records because her office is required to maintain documents from the election for 22 months after it’s conclusion. Snipes destroyed the ballots after only one year.

      Snipes’ attorney, Burnadette Norris-Weeks, also admitted her client made a mistake but said the ballots were scanned and preserved before being disposed of.

      “It was a mistake [destroying the original ballots], but the ballots were preserved,” Norris-Weeks told the Sun Sentinel. “They were scanned shortly after the election.”

      Canova claimed he contacted the FBI twice to complain, but didn’t receive a response.

      The ruling will allow for Canova to have his attorney fees reimbursed by the elections office, but he still wants Snipes fired for her role in the alleged fraud.

      “I think dismissal is an appropriate remedy,” Canova told the Sun Sentinel.

      http://dailycaller.com/2018/05/17/ballots-illegally-destroyed-in-debbie-wasserman-schultz-house-race/

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Dismissal and prosecution. She violated the state law. But then this IS Broward Co. Home of Sheriff Israel. Home of the fake ‘hanging chads’. I work at the polls during elections and Broward Co. is notorious even up in the panhandle.

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        • blondegator says:

          I live in Broward County, and nothing that is done here ever surprises me. Broward County has always been a hive of Democrat scum and villany. Brenda Snipes is merely one in a long line of crooked Democrat pols here….and she no doubt has a crooked son in line to replace her (that’s how it works here). I remain hopeful that Gov. Rick Scott will relieve of us our corrupt Sheriff soon (the Sheriff’s Union held a vote recently, no confidence in Israel at almost 70%, IIRC). It burns me up to have to not only pay for these incompetents’ salaries, but then to pay again to pay off their mistakes. Brenda Snipes needs to do some time!

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    • That National Review article certainly lays it all out nicely. Thank you perot conservative.

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  9. Dutchman says:

    May be naive, or conservative, but i don’t even see airtite case against Lynch, unless its regarding phonecall to NYPD, regarding weiner material. IF she was p.o.’d, she mite have clearly linked releasing material to feds, and shut up WITH garner investigation, in which case obstruction and conspiracy to.
    IF she framed it as “I have 2, TOTALLY UNRELATED topics to discuss with you, MIGHT be able to weasel out. I should think IG could interview others on the call, but even THATS iffy. If NYPD says, “yes, we took it as a threat, and backed off’, THEY are admitting to obstruction, themselves. Thats why Comey insisted when lynch told him “matter, not investigation” he didn’t see that as pressure to soft pedal investigation. Thats whst he HAD to day, to avoid confessing.
    Anyway, not sure email leads to anyone beyond lynch. The unmasking, the whole set up of ins. policy, sure leads to clapper, brennan, rice, powers yates and big O. But, PROVE it. We don’t know what principles may have written, emailed, texted, back when setting this up, and confident SHE would win. They MIGHT have been careless. Dont know who might roll over, to be able to see their grandchildren grow up. So, i would say we are no where near knowing how high the indictments will go, but with emails, just beginning.

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  10. Dutchman says:

    I don’t believe its in dispute, a FORMER Pres. can be indicted. The ONLY issue, or ? has been, can a SITTING Pres. be indicted. So of coarse, legally obummer CAN be indicted. Watching his “legacy” utterly and completely TRASHED, and replaced with ‘most corrupt admin evet setting up historic record to where NO ONE in any future admin will engage in the “politicization” of IRS, IC, etc. cause “you don’t want to be “Obama”, is like 1000 lawyers at bottom of ocean: “a good start “.

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    • ristvan says:

      A former, yes. A sitting, comstitutionally unresolved. But the weight of precedence and legal opinion says no, the only avenue is constitutional,impeachment process. Discussed in the Federalist Papers, even.

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      • Just Steve says:

        The official position of the DOJ is no. 1973 and 2000 by DOJ Office of Legal Counsel. Mueller’s appointment stipulates he follow all DOJ guidelines, so unless he wants to break another precedent, he won’t even think of it.

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  11. Dutchman says:

    This thing is so big, I forget parts of it.
    Comeh has already shown he’ll throw anybody under bus, to save his a**.
    Tossed McCabe under on leaks, ( first IG report), and alluded to Lynch phonecall to NYPD, in book and on tour, insuring that would come out. So, he’ll roll over, signalling that, already. He may have plenty to give, on Lynch. I really don’t think she wants to spend serious time. Will SHE roll? If so, THAT may lead to clapper, brennan etc. And again, the 3rd installment may well lead to C, B, Yates, Powers, Rice. Would LOVE to know what was REALLY said in that meeting memorialised in inaguration day email! ALL the conspirators in one place, discussing the plot!

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  12. In this article they say COMEY CAN READ THE REPORT(or respond to what he is accused of )
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5742455/Draft-watchdog-report-FBIs-Hillary-probe-ready-criticized-warned.html

    “Those named in report, however, have been warned of its content and have the chance to respond to the findings featured in its pages.
    Their lawyers have been given the opportunity to review the report with them and offer rebuttals, which is a normal part of the process with inspector general reports”

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    • ristvan says:

      Please go read OIG.Justice.gov. The MSM report is simply wrong. As Sundance clearly and explicitly pointed out in the head post. I provided in a comment the link tomthe ‘official’ government stuff on this. So much MSM false news like this is just so easy to debunk. Takes just a minute of effort. Mild rebuke—why not apply that minute yourself before commenting and spreading more false news.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Fake news.

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    • CMDCMRET says:

      Seb, I believe your statement was clear and did not support the false claim. Thank you for the info as it’s good to know what the bad guys are spinning..this is preciselythe forum to bring it up…where it can be discussed rationally and everyone can leave with a clear understanding. To say otherwise shuts down clear and honest communication.

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  13. Nigella says:

    I just hope we don’t get the standard “lack of candor” McCabe got…. No charges for him…. that I know of

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  14. Chickficshun says:

    Sundance call me paranoid but to me this info should not be leaking. This report is supposed to be for internal review now shouldn’t it? Who would be giving this info to the press? I don’t believe Sessions would want info getting out.

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    • mimbler says:

      I honestly don’t think it matters at this point in time. OIG is sharing the info with the “perps” for their comments, and any criminal activity discovered would have been forwarded to DOJ for action at the time it was discovered.

      And hopefully it will all be public in a couple of weeks or so,

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    • Dimbulbz says:

      It is completely naive to think that this wont leak. It will leak, I just hope there are ways to discover who does the leaking. More crowding in Gitmo.

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  15. teeheeman says:

    My gut tells me Sessions is going to come through. I hate to say it, but in the current environment maybe you have to fight “big leaks” with “little leaks.” All I know is I’m glad we FINALLY look to have some people FIGHTING BACK, lead of course by PDJT!

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  16. CollusionMyth says:

    Treason was born in a cross-fire hurricane
    And it consumed the Dem half brains
    But it’s all right now, in fact, it’s a gas
    But it’s all right. I’m Jumpin’ Jack Huber
    I’m coming fast, fast, fast

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    • 6x47 says:

      Just saw an explanation about what, exactly, is “jumpin jack flash”.

      British slang for getting high on opioids. “Jumpin jack” is prescription narcotic pills; “Flash” is the high.

      The song is about a miserable unhappy man who led a hard life from the moment he was born, but getting high makes all that “alright now, in fact it’s a gas”.

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  17. fobdangerclose says:

    Kerry and Obama would have to signed off allowing FBI to interview the ambassador from Australia . That occurred at the front end of it all!

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  18. Stormyeyes says:

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  19. JIm Murphy says:

    Will the IG report deal with only Clinton and the E Mails, pay for play, etc ?

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      It will deal with how the DOJ and FBI handled and ran the Hillary server fake investigation.

      It will NOT deal with any of the substance of any allegations about Hillary, her posse, or her use of the server except in relation to how evidence in plain sight was ignored or misrepresented in order to clear her no matter what.

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      • cozette says:

        Sessions reopened an investigation into Hillarys handling of classified documents/the email scandal ages ago. It’s ongoing. You’re correct. Horowitz is focused on the possible mishandling of the original investigation by the FBI and DOJ. And yet the sufferers of Sessions Derangement continue to screech that hes not doing anything. Sad.

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      • distracted2 says:

        That’s my understanding as well.

        I’m suffering from information overload but didn’t Sessions say that he would consider opening an investigation into the allegations against Hillary if the IG’s report found evidence that her investigation was not handled legally?

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  20. Dutchman says:

    Given how important its going to soon become, and (as noted) how the ‘press’ is either too lazy, or willfully misrepresenting, I humbly suggest it behooves ALL treepers to spend a little time, researching the IG.
    There is 1appointed, for each dept. of Fed. (Executive branch) of govt. Only exception, none for FEMA, cause its not, technically a dept, just marshals resources of other depts.
    Anyway, read up on statures establishing IG, what the purpose and intention was/is, what limitations and ‘ powers’ are, etc. We will be seeing LOTS of mis-information, both willful and out of ignorance, in coming weeks.
    Best to ‘arm’ yourself with the facts.
    S.D. has done a good job of explaining some of this, outlining the strengths and weaknesses, or powers and limitations, but with whats coming, we need more. 10-20 minutes should be enough time for a thorough tutorial.
    Humble suggestion,…

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  21. Dutchman says:

    On Hillary investigation, I seem to recall statute of limitations has passed, on charging her or her crew. I don’t know how exactly how to search for answer to ? I posted earlier. Maybe a lawyer knows; IF it can be proved that obstruction of justice halted an investigation, then statute of limitations kicks in, can prosecution still be persude? Seems like answer would be yes, otherwise there is a ‘reward’ by the courts, for obstructing justice.
    USUALLY, courts/law doesn’t work that way. But, I’m just an old en proper, ‘jailhouse lawyer’, so not sure how to even research the question.

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  22. gndwsevery1 says:

    Not a political comment but wow, Stuart Varney has amazing charisma and TV presence!

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  23. ADDgolfer says:

    That feeling you get.
    Bring it IG, wanting some of that November 8-9, 2016 feeling again.

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  24. Dan B says:

    Yes, Huber’s commencement announced that the OIG discovered prosecutorial evidence, but I still hold little hope that the right people will be indicted/arrested/imprisoned. It would seem the low-hanging-fruit — the buffer-zone — is screwed. America will not settle for indictments of anyone less than Clinton, Clapper, Brennan, Comey, Lynch, Yates, Rice, Powers – and Obama.

    If any of them walk, America literally becomes a Banana Republic.

    –Justicia ex Umbra–

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  25. Pat Frederick says:

    i apologize for my ignorance in this matter, but Paul Sperry who has been quoted here as the journalist “breaking the news” knows this about the IG Report how? who leaked it? Mr Sperry is not a party to the report so I know he didn’t get to review it, so how is he coming to his info? just curious as Horowitz, Huber, and Sessions seemed to be very good with containing leaks before this…

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  26. scslayer says:

    Hearing about Sheryl Atkinson’s harddrive…

    She was the one that had proof that Obama Admin was spying on her during her reporting on Benghazi.

    After Trump was elected she turned her harddrive over to Horowitz team and when she got it back they erased any evidence of surveillance on it.

    Can Horowitz be trusted to deliver the goods?

    Any revelations or info regarding this would be greatly appreciated!

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  27. Bill Henslee says:

    The reason all of us are so exercised against Sessions is because things have taken so long without much public exposure as to what is going on. Sessions is old school and loves the DOJ. I think he wants to prove that the DOJ can successfully prosecute wrongdoers within its precincts WITHOUT a special counsel.
    The mills of the IG and Huber grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly fine. We will get the plea bargain testimony and indictments against the major players when the smaller fish spill the beans.

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  28. Alfred Hunter says:

    Hopefully these people are investigated, convicted, turned, their superiors are investigated, convicted, turned and over time the whole crooked cabal at DOJ, FBI, CIA and NSA who hatched this plot to frame and impeach a legitimately elected President who was put in office to to reform the corrupt deep state all spend the rest of their natural lives in prison.

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  29. We view with a great degree of skepticism Huber’s involvement. We have previously depicted and complained about the U.S. Attorney for Utah John Huber’s conduct. His penchant and process for prosecuting Utah’s Goodfellas is to do a non-prosecution deal that has basically given the corrupted Utah Transit Authority and others a “pass.” He has no credible experience prosecuting corruption cases, but does excel in doing damage control for the Goodfellas. What more or less to expect of but another Orrin Hatch endorsed, Utah Federal, Miss-Justice clansman? s/ Wayne L. Wickizer, Major U.S. Army Special Forces (Ret.), former FBI Agent, Political Lurker justice@utahwtp.com

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