Senator Mark Warner: DOJ/FBI Must Not Accept Congressional Oversight….

Hmmmm….  this is interesting.  The Vice Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Mark Warner, is demanding the FBI and DOJ must keep records from congress.

(Source Link)

According to Mark Warner, it would be “irresponsible” and “potentially illegal” for congressional oversight to keep demanding records from the FBI and DOJ about their spying and surveillance activity against the campaign of Donald Trump… wait, what?

Hmm?… Methinks Senator Mark Warner has a conflict here.

You see, when Dianne Feinstein stepped down as Vice-Chair from the Senate Intel Committee after the 2016 election, it was Mark Warner who took her place.  This puts Warner on the Gang-of-Eight.  Coincidentally, the Gang-of-Eight conduct all oversight over DOJ and FBI covert and counterintelligence operations…. including those covert actions that took place in 2016.   But wait, it gets better….

Senator Mark Warner was also the guy caught text messaging with DC Lawyer Adam Waldman in the spring of 2017 (his first assignment).   Waldman was the lawyer for the interests of Christopher Steele – the author of the dossier.

While he was working as an intermediary putting Senator Warner and Christopher Steele in contact with each-other.  Simultaneously Adam Waldman was also representing the interests of… wait for it,…. Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska.

Derispaska was the Russian person approached by Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok and asked to assist in creating dirt on the Trump campaign, via Paul Manafort.

You see, Senator Mark Warner has a vested interest in making sure that no-one ever gets to the bottom of the 2016 political weaponization, spying and surveillance operation.

Senator Mark Warner was a participant in the execution of the “insurance policy” trying to remove President Trump via the Russian Collusion narrative.

Senator Feinstein’s 2016 senior staffer (with Gang-of-Eight security clearance) was Dan Jones.  It was recently revealed that Dan Jones contracted with Christopher Steele to continue work on the Russia conspiracy narrative after the 2016 election, and raised over $50 million toward the ideological goals of removing President Trump. {See Here}

Staffer Dan Jones surfaces in the text messages from Feinstein’s replacement on the Gang-of-Eight, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman, Mark Warner {See Here}

Senator Warner was texting with Adam Waldman about setting up a meeting with Chris Steele.  Waldman is a lobbyist/lawyer with a $40,000 monthly retainer to represent the U.S. interests of Russian billionaire Oleg V. Deripaska.

Senator Mark Warner was trying to set up a covert meeting.  In the text messages Adam Waldman is telling Senator Warner that Chris Steele will not meet with him without a written letter (request) from the Senate Intelligence Committee.  Senator Warner didn’t want the Republican members to know about the meeting.  Chris Steele knew this was a partisan political set-up and was refusing to meet unilaterally with Senator Warner.   His lawyer Adam Waldman was playing the go-between:

That “Dan Jones”, mentioned above, talking with Chris Steele and told to go to see Senator Warner, is the former senate staffer Dan Jones, who was previously attached to Dianne Feinstein.

Simultaneously, while working to connect Senator Warner to Christopher Steele, Adam Waldman is representing Oleg Deripaska:

(Source Link) 

Oleg Deripaska was a source of intelligence information within the John Brennan intelligence community efforts throughout 2016. This is the same intersection of  characters that circle around Stefan Halper.

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

Two months before Trump was elected president, Deripaska was in New York as part of Russia’s United Nations delegation when three FBI agents awakened him in his home; at least one agent had worked with Deripaska on the aborted effort to rescue Levinson. During an hour-long visit, the agents posited a theory that Trump’s campaign was secretly colluding with Russia to hijack the U.S. election. (more)

Now, for more motive for Senator Warner to keep sunlight from the operation, listen carefully to the opening statement from former CIA Director John Brennan May 23rd, 2017, during his testimony to congress.

Pay very close attention to the segment at 13:35 of this video of Brennan’s testimony:

Brennan: [13:35] “Third, through the so-called Gang-of-Eight process we kept congress apprised of these issues as we identified them.”

“Again, in consultation with the White House, I PERSONALLY briefed the full details of our understanding of Russian attempts to interfere in the election to congressional leadership; specifically: Senators Harry Reid, Mitch McConnell, Dianne Feinstein and Richard Burr; and to representatives Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi, Devin Nunes and Adam Schiff between 11th August and 6th September [2016], I provided the same briefing to each of the gang of eight members.

“Given the highly sensitive nature of what was an active counter-intelligence case [that means the FBI], involving an ongoing Russian effort, to interfere in our presidential election, the full details of what we knew at the time were shared only with those members of congress; each of whom was accompanied by one senior staff member.”…

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413 Responses to Senator Mark Warner: DOJ/FBI Must Not Accept Congressional Oversight….

  1. Pam says:

    Eventually, the dirt will come out and there isn’t a thing he will be able to do to stop it.

    Liked by 28 people

    • Everywhereguy says:

      So heartbreaking 🙂

      Liked by 4 people

      • steelbreeze7 says:

        If mule can question our president. Why doesn’t our man question mule? Let’s throw down. Time for the showdown. Mule asks a question, then PT asks him/them a question. All of it in front of US! LIVE… NATIONWIDE!

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      • 4sure says:

        What Warner is really saying is that “We cannot accept the election results of Trump”. and that ahole Burr is also saying the same. We know the Sen. intelligence committee has been doing all it can to drag this charade out against Trump.

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        • KeithBB says:

          Since Brennan is saying he personally briefed Ryan, McConnell, Burr, and Nunes, (along with their staff member in attendance) – they should all be deposed under oath to provide details of what Brennan said. And if they were informed of substantive investigation evidence, then why did none of the Repubs say anything or lift a finger to cry foul regarding a coup attempt ?!? Especially in the few months preceding a most important presidential election? And then afterward? And still ongoing ?!? Can you imagine if coup attempts occurred in presidential elections (George Washington) soon after the Revolutionary War? The Civil War (Lincoln)? At any time ?!? There would be immediate federal charges and certain death penalties for the traitors once the coup attempts were discovered. And these Dems make light of it like with deflection and distraction arguing everything was justified because it was Donald Trump. I am very thankful that “because it was Trump” isn’t a defense for federal crimes.

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        • brh82 says:

          Aside from Schumer, there isn’t a man in the Congress more ugly and despicable than Warner. He is now, and always has been, corrupt to the core and never says a word that isn’t a lie and filled with hate.

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    • Konamon says:

      Just a shot away.

      Liked by 6 people

    • They are typewriters, completely obsolete. The old tricks are not working on us the American people….we have been awaken…come out it will. It is as simple as that, typewriters in an age of computers.

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      • KeithBB says:

        Trump derangement syndrome has many levels and forms. Clapper, Brennan, Yates, Strokz, McCabe, et al – all seem to sincerely believe that their criminality was justified. I think that during a lifetime, most people run across a handful of people that they can say are truly psychopathic. Megalomaniacal. That will sit there and tell with a straight face and full conviction – that the sky is purple or 1+1=3, and they are POSITIVE of it. It is YOU that cannot deal with reality. The Dems seem to all be infected with this psychosis. And they don’t seem bothered by the cognitive dissonance in the least. Difference of opinion and interpretation is one thing; total rejection of fact-based reality is another. Just really bizarre.. Strange days indeed.

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      • jmclever says:

        Muskets in an age of AK-47s

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    • Let's roll says:

      Add Collusion Senator Warner to the list who think they can put the monster, law breaking genie of FBI/DOJ/Obama/Hillary/CongressThieves/ 5 Eyes corruption back in the bottle.

      Warner is front and center in crimes to destroy this president, and Senator Burr is running interference for Warner. We the people know you and I pray all will be charged under the law. Atty General Sessions, when will you take charge, unrecuse!? You’re cleared by the Ethics Committee alright, already! Follow your oath of office and do your job?!?!

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Yep– watch what the obstructionist are obstructing and then get THAT document. ; )

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  2. HdwJunkie says:

    The bureaucracy’s 1st instinct is to protect itself. It’s second instinct is to not turn on other bureaucrats, even the opposition. The majority shoe will be on a different foot sooner or later. If I bite you, eventually, I will get bitten.

    I hope that justice gets done, but don’t really expect it.

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  3. wheatietoo says:

    Thanks for another great analysis on this ongoing saga, Sundance.

    Mark Warner creeps me out.
    Has anybody ever checked to see if he’s got cloven hooves?

    Liked by 32 people

    • Do a little research on how he got rich – it starts with him working in Senator Chris Dodd’s office (Dem Senator from CT and wingman of Ted Kennedy) helping with telecommunications legislation just as the cell phone industry was about to take off.

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      • mikgen says:

        Yeah, the permanent political class – they’re doing just fine. Ever notice how so many of them arrive in Washington, D.C. of modest means and then miraculously throughout the years they end up becoming very, very wealthy? Well, it’s because they derive power and their wealth from their access to our money – to taxpayer dollars. They use it to bail out their friends on Wall Street and their corporate cronies, and to reward campaign contributors, and to buy votes via earmarks. There is so much waste. And there is a name for this: It’s called corporate crony capitalism. This is not the capitalism of free men and free markets, of innovation and hard work and ethics, of sacrifice and of risk. No, this is the capitalism of connections and government bailouts and handouts, of waste and influence peddling and corporate welfare. (Sarah Palin, “Restoring America”)

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    • KeithBB says:

      And what a HUGE disappoint is Richard Burr ? The NYTimes today said “Senator Richard M. Burr of North Carolina, the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said in a statement that he saw “no reason to dispute” the intelligence assessment [that Russia favored Trump in the election], which was delivered in the final weeks of the Obama administration.” Based on what? The troll farm and Fakebook ads? This guy, while not as overtly slimy as Warner and Schiff, is an empty suit.

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      He creeps me out, too. It looks like he is in the middle of morphing into Frankenstein. Shudder.

      Liked by 4 people

  4. 17CatsInTN says:

    It is sickening how dirty these people are. Not surprising, but thoroughly disgusting. These are not men or women who deserve any leniency whatsoever.

    Liked by 21 people

    • steelbreeze7 says:

      They work for us.

      Liked by 8 people

    • dallasdan says:

      I agree with the harshness of your statement. This is political war, and the resistance operatives are feeling genuinely threatened. Any barrier, however unconstitutional or brazenly ridiculous, to the release of additional incriminating information against them is now the desperate order of the day.

      The enormity of the sedition and the many co-conspirators causes me to believe justice is not likely to be fully-served. Like the aftermath of WWII, the victory will be sweet, but numerous villains will escape punishment.

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      • piper567 says:

        dallas, i think our President knows that he is the one with his finger in the dike here…
        i would love to hear what goes on in his daily intel briefings…the category which supplies him with info that i believe is a bit more dimensional than what we can access.
        and i do not believe his legal advisors are inadequate.

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      • 17CatsInTN says:

        Well, my fervent prayer is that NO ONE escapes a righteous judgment. May not happen in this life, but it will in the next. For all of us.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      They are disgusting on every level. They have no moral compass and expect the rest of us to be ok with their depravity and to accept the disregard of the laws they disregard.

      They lack a moral compass. The majority of Americans to do accept their level of depravity.

      I will never have any sympathy for them nor their families (who knew and support this depraved level) when jail times comes.

      Even famly members are complicit to some degree. Every one of these people have benefitted by $$$. I won’t reiterate how. It’s been discussed.

      They are reaping what they have sown.

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  5. Good Job! says:

    My idea is Deripaska wanted to testify about telling the FBI he thought the collusion story was a joke, a “nothing,” so Warner buried him, stopped pursuing him because it didn’t fit the narrative.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      It’s likely that Deripaska knows things that could be devastating to these conspirators.

      So that is worse than just “didn’t fit the narrative”.

      Liked by 16 people

  6. amwick says:

    D-VA Warner, are you nervous yet? You should be. You should also be ashamed.

    Liked by 21 people

  7. Markjohnson2303 says:

    I’m getting tired of the wait.

    They called out in a loud voice, “How long, Sovereign Lord, holy and true, until you judge the inhabitants of the earth and avenge our blood?”

    Liked by 8 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      And God said ” WAIT”.

      Liked by 4 people

    • 17CatsInTN says:

      This has been one of my main prayers all my life, how “LOOOONNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGG, oh Lord?” The answer is usually, “Much longer than you’re gonna like, My Child. You see, you have lessons to be learned, faith to be enacted, trust to be exercised, growth and maturity to be attained and peace that passes all understanding to be appropriated.”

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  8. Dekester says:

    Your Senate committees truly are a shower of pukeworthy scumbags.

    My goodness, how can a statement like Warner’s go unchallenged.

    Hopefully it will be challenged.

    God bless PDJT

    Liked by 18 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      Devin Nunes is the only one on that Gang of Eight lineup that is a good guy.

      But the rest…yeah, pukeworthy scumbags.

      Liked by 23 people

      • Ditch Mitch says:

        You nailed it Wheatie. Good thing there is at least one.

        Liked by 8 people

      • lokiscout says:

        Don’t be too hard on Goodlatte and Grassley! Remember it was Senator Grassley that tried to force the Government to live under Obama Care. Obama was having none of that so he gave Govies a pass so they could keep their voter paid for gold plated Cadillac plans. Also, been fighting the good fight on the Senate side in this battle.

        From my perspective Goodlatte and Nunez have been pretty much in lock step.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          I was referring to the 8 that make up the ‘Gang of Eight’, lokiscout.

          Agree about Goodlatte and Grassley.
          But they’re not in that lineup of the Gang of Eight.

          Liked by 9 people

          • lokiscout says:

            You are right! My Bad!

            Liked by 1 person

          • KBR says:

            Gang of Eight (intelligence), leaders within the U.S. Congress for intelligence matters
            Gang of Eight (fiscal matters), leaders within the U.S. Congress for fiscal matters
            Gang of Eight (immigration), leaders within the U.S. Senate who wrote the 2013 immigration bill

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            • wheatietoo says:

              Yes, thanks KBR.

              But I was referring to the ‘Intel’ Gang of Eight, that Sundance has pictured above:

              Because, you know…that is the Gang of Eight that is connected to this subject.

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              • piper567 says:

                wheatie, i wish the ratio of good/bad were as high in the Senate as it is in this Poster.
                this is sorta, Which one is not like all the others? IQ Test.

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      • Tom F says:

        Doesn’t this mean that Mr. Nunes was also made aware of the operation?
        He knew?
        Did each member receive the same briefing from Mr. Brennan?

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        • nimrodman says:

          Doesn’t this mean that Mr. Nunes was also made aware of the operation?
          Good question. Depends on his particular briefing …

          He knew?
          Well, that depends …

          Did each member receive the same briefing from Mr. Brennan?
          Good question. That’s what Nunes’ knowledge would depend on, wouldn’t it?

          We don’t think Brennan briefed them individually for no good reason, do we?
          In a joint briefing to all, All would hear the same thing.
          Whereas individual briefings could be tailored, now, couldn’t they?

          Down the line, Nunes could be asked what was the content of his briefing, what was he told about the “investigation” (within classification constraints, of course).

          I still – down the line – want to hear Nunes recount to the citizenry what exactly it was that he saw in the White House SCIF that had him so taken-aback, or “shaken”, or however he described it. Again, subject to classification considerations.

          He HAS said it had nothing to do with “Russians! Russians!”

          I wanna hear what it was.
          Explicitly.

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          • Impatient says:

            What Nunes saw was that the IC community had been weaponized – the FBI/DOJ/subcontractors were using the NSA/FISA data to surveil the Trump campaign and rolling that data into the President’s Daily Security breifing. The President’s security briefing is not completely assembled until all the data flows to the whitehouse, and it is at the highest possible security level, which means it is restricted to a computer system locked in a secure room (SCIF) in the whitehouse and not connected to the internet – that is why Nunes had to go to the whitehouse to see it.

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  9. Well, well, well –
    Welcome to the party OFFICIALLY Senator Warner.

    Will be entertaining to ‘have you for dinner’ now that you’ve willfully engaged.

    (stupid globalist puppet and Feinstein stooge)

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  10. 4sure says:

    No wonder Burr and Warner are trying to save their sorry asses. And they are in a position to do it.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. bflyjesusgrl says:

    This swamp monster has known about And been involved in the corruption all along. Burr knows too, that’s why he let Warner run the Senate probe. What does Warner have on Burr? And Rubio, minimizing Warner’s texts, the whole dang committee agreeing with the Brennan/Clappr report. DRAIN THE DAMN SWAMP, THEY ALL NEED TO GO!!!

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    • 4sure says:

      Burr is not the brightest bulb in the room. Seriously. Many NC insiders know Burr is just not that bright. And NC has not elected a Senator worth a spit since Jesse Helms.

      Liked by 9 people

      • stats guy says:

        I’m pretty sure that Roy Blunt isn’t the brightest bulb either. I think I read that Blunt’s entire family is in the Lobbying business. Lots of money to tend to.

        This is why we can’t have nice things. Warner, Clapper et al. can say anything, do anything, lie cheat and steal…and the RINO party is having meetings with their lobbyists friends and family.

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  12. The Demon Slick says:

    What a bunch of pickleweasels. Thank God for their arrogant incompetence. The best part is they used all the powers of government, ALL of them, and had a massive propoganda machine, the likes of which the world has never known before, and they still couldn’t stop us from electing the President we wanted, President Donald J Trump, warts and all.
    In your face, lefties!

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  13. katiejane2 says:

    If the Oversight Committee can not be allowed to see what the intel community is doing – what is their purpose?
    If we ever find out the depth of the duplicity of the intel community I think it will impact the level of power they will keep and that is a concern to them

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  14. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Senator Warner didn’t want the Republican members to know about the meeting.”

    Which simply means he needs to be expelled from the Senate by voters, criminal conviction(s), etc.

    The same goes for everyone in the House that waived security clearances for the Anwan clan, with that whole debacle (topic for another thread).

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  15. jbowen82 says:

    In Brennan’s testimony at 13:35 he lists Feinstein, not Warner, as the Gang of Eight member he briefed.

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    • bonkti says:

      I think the point is that senior staffer Jones is part of the Brennan briefing of Feinstein, Then Jones is in the Deripapa Warner nexus. Bad penny turning up.

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    • Jeff P. says:

      Since Warner was replacing Feinstein he had to be brought up to speed, thus anything Brennan had shared with the Gang of Eight, Warner was made privy to, I am willing to bet my Life that Warner was in on the scheme from the onset though. This was being developed under Obama and his Evil Admin.
      I seriously doubt that any of the Democrat party was not in on it to some degree with their knowledge of what was being implemented. The Coup Attempt that Destroyed the Democratic party. 🙂

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  16. LeslieK says:

    All this jockeying to cover their booties only proves they have stuff to cover up. Do they really think WE THE PEOPLE are so stupid we can’t see through their $h!t

    Liked by 2 people

    • 4sure says:

      They know from experience that we will do nothing about it. Seeing it and doing something about it are two vastly different things.

      Liked by 1 person

      • KBR says:

        So what are WE to do?

        March on DC guns blazing?

        Make citizens’ arrests?

        Sit behind our computer screens watching?

        Go back to sleep?

        WHEN WILL PERSONS WITH APPROPRIATE POWER TO ACT do something?

        Enough already.

        The guilty ones are rubbing our noses in their crimes.

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        • brh82 says:

          KBR, really feels good to see someone expressing exactly what I am thinking!
          Who, EXACTLY is more impotent than We The People?

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  17. missilemom says:

    Again, no way Devin Nunes received the same briefing as the Dems. Does Nunes know Paul Ryan received the Dem briefing; is this why Ryan is “cooperating” with Nunes before he flees the crime scene. Richard Burr needs to be taken down along with Marco Rubio on this committee. The Republicans are as bad as the traitor Democrats because they know and as such are complicit.

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    • KeithBB says:

      EXACTLY.. I mean, how hard would it be for the Repubs to simply say – “no, I disagree with any committee conclusion that is not based on the evidence.” The fact that they don’t even say something that easy – is telling.

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  18. Sylvia Avery says:

    I guess I’m getting overwhelmed again. I’m baffled.

    Okay, so Warner stomps his feet and demands the DOJ/FBI keep information from Congress. And? Who will accede to his demands? Anyone? How would this stop the DOJ/FBI? They have already, apparently, decided to stiff arm the House Intelligence Committee. And if they hadn’t decided why would they find the views of the Vice Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee compelling?

    Maybe I’m just getting ground down by all this but it seems like a pretty futile gesture on Warner’s part. Especially if PDJT says aw, to heck with them, and declassifies and releases the info.

    I suppose it is all a PR ploy for Warner to set up some kind of a narrative for if and when PDJT does release it that that horrible orange skinned cretin has recklessly endangered the lives of honorable sneak thieves and spies everywhere blah blah blah.

    So tired of this. I really hate these people. I am sorry. God forgive me but I do.

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    • missilemom says:

      Warner has already been outed as a Russian collusionist; he is on the latest band wagon of we can’t get people killed because we are oversight. No, they just destroyed peoples lives for political gain. Sinister.

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    • Deb says:

      Like another comment said, at this point they are trying to poison the jury pool. It’s all just PR to try and make PDJT look bad and fool the masses into believing their lies over the truth. It’s their last hope.

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    • Hmmm... says:

      I think they are merely trying to prevent anyone from getting Halper to testify. If you can’t identify him then you can’t get him to answer questions. Only thing I can figure. I don’t think it will work at least on the house side. Nunes and Ryan seem to have had enough of the BS.

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      • Mike says:

        Congress or a US Attorney, (think Huber), can hand Halper a subpoena. He can testify behind closed doors to congress, or to a grand jury which is secret.

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    • bkrg2 says:

      yep you got it – Warner is just feeding the sheep
      all the dummies that follow MSM will hear about Mean Mr Orange trying to get everyine killed at the FBI by redacting the names of the people spying on him.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Sylvia, verbal sparring. Remember, Congressonal Repubs have been asking for docs for over a year now, while dems have been protesting. All for show. Not gonna happen!

      WH/DOJ dont want anyone to leak anything. The evidence will be coming soon and the traitors will be surprised and unprepared.

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    • jrapdx says:

      I hear ‘ya. Hard not to feel overwhelmed and confused by the sheer quantity of info pouring forth about the gross and infuriating conduct of so many officials. They’re all intertwined in a true vast conspiracy to undermine the Presidency of the country. The threat remains to the sitting President and all future Presidents, in its seemingly limitless scope that’s the real significance of the spreading scandal .

      The feeling I get reminds me of being a kid and complaining about some other kid cheating at school. My father listened empathetically, then offered sage advice “don’t worry son, it all comes out in the wash.”

      Investigations are beginning to “launder” the DC toxic swamp, agitating the dirt out into the open. Though it’s early in the process things are starting to happen. And the good news is we haven’t even reached the spin cycle yet. It’ll all look great when they’re hung out to dry.

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    • formerdem says:

      Sylvia maybe the term Invincible Ignorance was thought up for just such people? They truly do not know better. They are doing their best and this is it.

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      You don’t sound baffled to me. Yes, Warner is just signaling and posturing for CYA. Note how Warner’s qualifies his grand assertion with a Clintonesque twist-o-truth clause: “…, for the purpose of undermining the investigation of Russian interference in the election…”. Now that would be naughty. Of course, it’s not the purpose in play, and Warner knows it. The purpose is exposing the use of US Government resources, personnel, allies, and operatives to interference in the election and subversion of the elected President for illegal partisan purposes. Warner is a dishonest rogue; I hope his Waldman/Deripaska machinations are his undoing.

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      • bentley1blog says:

        chewbarka…if all of these facts mentioned throughout this topic are valid (which I think they are) then why isn’t this whole fiasco being brought to the floor and questioned? Why is this all one sided against our POTUS and anyone else who are trying to assist him? Yes I am befuddled and angry and am so tired of waiting for Sessions to put on his big- boy pants while our country is circling the drain despite DJS’s great accomplishments. Gaslight anyone?

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    • Marica says:

      As Our awesome Sylvia bangs her shovel over and over again.. Sorry Sylvia–I am banging it right now!! I Love all you guys! But I too–am tired…I am NOT too tired to fight–dont get me wrong–I just need some action…Words and political jockeying– I am starting to check out…
      My posts are mostly cheerleading–Love all you posters and Sundance and our VSGPDJT…
      But I also have to LIVE my life…AND cannot keep holding onto hope that there will actually be Justice..Oh–I know–If there is no Justice–There is no America!!! I know we are in the 2nd American Revolution… And I want to be part of it…
      Please Jesus…throw us a bone…

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  19. MaineCoon says:

    Sundance has more bullets than they do. He shoots their lies down so fast it must make their heads spin.

    Kudos Sundance!

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  20. “Build the gallows! Me thinks the Senator doth protest too much”

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  21. Rodney G. Graves says:

    Time for Senator Warner to lose his seat on the committee.

    Liked by 4 people

    • MSO says:

      There you go, what’s the problem here? If the committee members don’t want to do their duty, then fire them and put in members who will.

      Yeah ,yeah, yeah, I know, the turtle has withdrawn into his shell.

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      • Rodney G. Graves says:

        So write your Senators. Oversight of Executive Branch Agencies is a Congressional Duty. Any Senator suggesting that they not perform that duty has NO PLACE on an oversight committee regardless of seniority!

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        • J Gottfred says:

          Da*n it, Feinstein is my Senator. I have been after her for years to take responsibility. I am going to be on the street with a sandwich board, “Vote no on Feinstein!”

          Liked by 1 person

          • lokiscout says:

            Suspect we will be faced with the drummer of two Democrats this fall. She will come in second in the Primaries and wiggle out a win in the fall.

            Remember Ms Panela and the ditz from Orange County Ms Sanchez last election? Just when I was starting to get Boxer out of my head.

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            • J Gottfred says:

              How could one forget! I live in Issa’s district and my big fear is there will be another drummer with two Democrats there too. It is getting hard to get a good nights sleep anymore in California.

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              • lokiscout says:

                I understand we are now the 5th largest world economy. Can you immagine where Cal would be if we could get another Reagan Gov (Cox?) and clean up the Legislature in Sacramento?

                An Old Man can dream. At least I have seen a true American Loving Patriot ascend to the Presidency.

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      • dallasdan says:

        The Senate Republican leadership has been willfully impotent throughout the process. I expect no change in their behavior.

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    • bentley1blog says:

      Rodney, pray tell who is going to take that step to punch his lights out? NOBODY…business as usual.

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  22. andy says:

    “Crossfire Huricane” never saw the “white squall” coming… where we go one, we go all!

    Liked by 7 people

  23. Thanks to Sundance we now have absolute proof of treason on the part of sitting US senators. The list of Swamp Devils who need to be punished with extreme prejudice grows longer every day.

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  24. FL_GUY says:

    The so-called Senate intelligence committee, both R and D, has conspired with the enemies of the USA. They enabled ISIS and who knows what other acts of treason. The Turtle needs to get rid of every R on the committee and replace them with a new batch. He does have the power to do so.

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    • lokiscout says:

      Please take a deep breath, lean back away from the screen and relax a moment. OK?
      Because every R on the committee is hand picked by The Turtle and his alter ego Mr Cornen (the Senate Moneyman)!

      Yeah just my opinion but in my best High School debate teem snarky challenge…Prove Me Wrong!

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    • bentley1blog says:

      FL GUY: hard to believe you suggested The Turtle do the dirty deed. He loves every minute of this fiasco as long as his checks are on time,

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  25. Everywhereguy says:

    It’s time, Warner.

    Get it? Time-Warner.

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  26. Perot Conservative says:

    OK, Captain Obvious question here.

    The GO8 was in on the gig? Nunes was in on it?

    Explains Feinstein dropping out, Ryan leaving, Warner cover up attempt, and Nunes fights.

    Schiff an idiot, the Turtle asleep, … urgh!

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    • ATheoK says:

      Nunes is a Congressman.
      Grassley is the dodgy Republican Senator in charge of the GO8.

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    • Hmmm... says:

      My personal opinion is that the Senate (Rs included) likes the idea of having something over Trump to keep him in line. The Republican Senators are willing to go along with the whole charade in order to keep Trump from getting too much power. You see signs of it constantly. The Senate Intelligence committee is maintaining the “Russians were trying to help Trump” line which is now the fall back defense for the spying. They are constantly trying to find a way to pass a “can’t fire Mueller” bill too. They don’t care about anything but power. It worries me that Sessions came from that body.

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    • KBR says:

      More than one committee is called “Gang of Eight.” It can be confusing because of that.

      Gang of Eight (intelligence), leaders within the U.S. Congress for intelligence matters
      Gang of Eight (fiscal matters), leaders within the U.S. Congress for fiscal matters
      Gang of Eight (immigration), leaders within the U.S. Senate who wrote the 2013 immigration bill.

      (Canada and Russia also each have their own “gang of eight.”)

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  27. ATheoK says:

    I so look forward to reading Mark Warner’s name in the list of indictments!
    Right along with Feinstein and a number of other Senate shysters.

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    • KeithBB says:

      Can anybody here explain the timeline and process for potential indictments? Ie – IG Report makes criminal referral, referral taken up by DOJ and specifically assigned USAttorneys, US Attorneys empanel grand juries, specific charges are made and evidence presented, grand juries agree it should go to criminal trial, charges filed in federal courts, etc.? I mean, we can all hope that sedition and treason charges for all of these swamp creatures, but what is a realistic timetable for this process to end up at trial?

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  28. Ari says:

    The solution is to reduce the federal budget to 12% of GDP. All this spying and carrying on is a result of the fight for money and power. We could have 100 Trumps and they couldn’t fix DC.

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  29. Alot of this isn’t surprising.
    The most disappointing thing for me to see is the continued fall of Marco Rubio. I met him as a freshman Senator and had tremendous hope for his future (I remember fully believing him to be future presidential material). I went on a tour of DC with David Barton in 2010 or 2011 and introduced to Marco Rubio as one of the Senators who ‘stood for the faith’ as a Christ follower. I was unimpressed with him as a presidential candidate in 2016 and continue to be horrified to learn how far it appears this senator has fallen from grace!

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    • treehouseron says:

      Yeah… the thing with him is you can almost tell that he’s disgusted with what he’s become.

      Remember when he apologized to President Trump for insulting him, and said that’s not who he is? That applies to about half his other policies too and Marco knows it.

      He’s a broken man.

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    • missilemom says:

      He came on the air today to say let Mueller do his job and finish. He looks unhealthy. Someone has the goods on him; he is toast.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “introduced to Marco Rubio as one of the Senators who ‘stood for the faith’ as a Christ follower.”

      You can be saved and indwelt by the Holy Spirit and still mess up. That is what Romans chapter 7 discusses. The context of the following passage involves the leaders of the local churches, but you get the point.

      1Timothy 6:6 ¶ But godliness with contentment is great gain.
      7 For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out.
      8 And having food and raiment let us be therewith content.

      9 But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition.
      10 For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

      11 But thou, O man of God, flee these things; and follow after righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience, meekness.
      12 Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou art also called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses.

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    • kroesus61 says:

      hard to be POTUS “material” when you are constitutionally ineligible to hold the office….only thing that grants Lil’ Marco US citizenship is Wet Foot Dry Foot policy for Cuban refugees but NEITHER parent was a citizen at his birth…..this is why Nikki Haley supported him….she holds the same NON claim to run for the office as he does…..same with Bobby Jindal

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      ” how far it appears this senator has fallen from grace!”

      Here are three passages of scripture in which the word “SHOULD” is used in the subjunctive mood, indicating uncertainty because the action is future.

      Romans 6:4 Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also SHOULD walk in newness of life.

      Ephesians 2:10 For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we SHOULD walk in them.

      Titus 2:12 Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we SHOULD live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world;

      So if we are saved by grace by believing that the death, burial and resurrection of Christ after 3 days (1 Cor. 15:3,4) is sufficient payment -100% to pay our sin debt, we are still living in bodies of flesh, in which we also have a sin nature. Some people do not take full advantage of the power of God over sin in their life:

      Romans 6:11 Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin, but alive unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord. 12 Let not sin therefore reign in your mortal body, that ye should obey it in the lusts thereof.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        Deplorable_Infidel, Just want to say thank you for all of your excellent but gentle reminders, I always read and appreciate them and doubt that I am alone.

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    • peace says:

      I wish Rubio would completely go away. He’s nothing but a weak puppet for the donors.

      Liked by 1 person

      • KeithBB says:

        I see these exposures of weak Republicans as a second real benefit to these investigations. Kind of like in a western movie where the protagonist says to the townspeople – “ok, what men will step forward and ride together as a posse after the bad guys?” Some step forward, others slink back to their businesses. Lot of slinking and ‘true colors’ exposed recently.

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  30. Turranos says:

    If the main justice system fails us we will roll out cowboy justice and string up every blasted swamp critter. I kid you not.

    Liked by 4 people

  31. cyg says:

    It is funny how the Black hat bad idiots keep outing themselves. Warner, you are now toast.

    Liked by 2 people

  32. Justice Warrior says:

    Someone better start ordering more shiny silver bracelets. Looks like we’ll be using them!

    Liked by 1 person

  33. treehouseron says:

    I know we’re all impatient and want what we want and we want it right now, but man…. I LOVE watching these cretins Squirm.

    Squirm Mark. Squirm.

    Hilariously… even if he would somehow convince the DOJ and the FBI to not turn over congressional oversight (he won’t)… President Trump could declassify it all anyways.

    So he’s trying to keep a secret, about a guy who could declassify the secret himself, at any time.

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  34. Perot Conservative says:

    We should nominate Sundance for the Pulitzer Prize and “Best of the Net”.

    Seriously. Who else covers WaterGate x 10 every day?

    P.S. Two hours have gone by … who elde has sued Michael Avenatti, been threatened by him, or had legal proceedings mysteriously halted by international interlopers?

    #CreepyPornLawyer
    #SquatingLawyer
    #FerrisBuellerLawyer

    And his wife is complaining about him not answering divorce proceedings?

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  35. TreeClimber says:

    Senator Whiner doesn’t want to know? Okay cool, cross him off the briefing list. Next!

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  36. Steve in MT says:

    Let’s take Warner at his word. I know, you need to stop rolling on the floor laughing for a moment because this is a hypothetical. DOJ shouldn’t release the name of the informant b/c people will DIE!!! but the DOJ is fine with releasing the name to the NYT.
    Maybe Congress just needs to subpoena the NYT.

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  37. joeknuckles says:

    What does it matter if we ever use Stefan Halper’s name? We can all just agree to keep Stefan Halper’s name a secret. From now on, Stefan Halper will be referred to as “Deep State Operateive #1” (DSO1). We can still detail everything Stefan Halter did without using his name, which is a secret, and accomplish the goal of getting the truth our.

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  38. Jane Smith says:

    It’s simple…DOJ/FBI oversight is Congress. Mark Warner should just put his hands out for the cuffs.

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  39. joeknuckles says:

    I certainly hope Warner is being investigated based on his undisclosed contacts with foreign spies. FISA warrant, no knock warrants, shakedowns and threats to everybody he associates with, the same thing everybody in Trump’s orbit got.
    Come to think of it, Steele probably refused the secret phone call and meeting because he already knows he’s on thin ice.

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  40. ReggieW says:

    Good thing I read Kafka and Orwell and watched many soap operas in my youth. It hardened me. Helps to keep all of these sordid details straight, yet not completely despair.

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  41. KingBroly says:

    Silly Warner. He thinks he can cover it up with the help of Congress and act like the President won’t respond. What a Minor League Mistake.

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  42. Avi says:

    who me?

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  43. L4grasshopper says:

    For a US Senator on the Senate Intel Committee, AND a member of the Gang of 8 who are cleared AND authorized to see ANYTHING as part of their Constitutional oversight authorities —- to actually say there is stuff that they should not see is breathtaking. It is, by definition, complete surrender to the Executive Branch — not to also say surrender to any Executive Branch thuggery.

    That the GOP members on the Senate Intel Committee are silent is embarrassing. And scandalous. Expected from tools like Burr and Rubio and Collins and Blunt. But Cronyn and Cotton?

    Just wow.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “For a US Senator”

      As Newt Gingrich has said, all you have to do to get into congress is win an election.

      Example A – Maxine Waters (D-CA)

      He was on FNC at the time earlier this year when he said that, so he did not elaborate on the constitutional requirements for the office. You don’t need intelligence, honesty, integrity, etc. to be a congressman or senator. Just win an election.

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    • lumoc1 says:

      “It is, by definition, complete surrender to the Executive Branch”
      How is that different from what was actually done during the last 8 Years? 😉

      Liked by 1 person

    • dallasdan says:

      Cornyn is not to be trusted. Ask any Texan who is politically savvy. There is a serious grassroots movement to encourage Gohmert to run against him.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dixie says:

      I will never forget Cotton was at the Sea Island meeting which was a strike against him. None of them are as clean as DJT, the one they are trying to take down. Ironic isn’t it?

      Liked by 2 people

      • Conservativeinny says:

        I liked Cotton until he went to that island. It revealed that he is one of them

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        • lokiscout says:

          Or some one the establishment was trying to dirty up by inviting him. For me he will have to do something to raise my ire. Attending a meeting with a bunch of scallywaggs doesn’t rise to that level. Just means I keep him in front of me where I can see every move he makes. So far so good. I’m still watching.

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  44. KBR says:

    And…..

    Are we still thinking that somebody is still dotting i and crossing t?

    Is it still unclear to a certain former Senator that Russian Collusion and Donald Trump is NOT linked?

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    • dallasdan says:

      No worries. Rudy said the Mueller investigation should be completed by Labor Day, and he is still negotiating the terms of Mueller’s interview of the President. Really. Pathetic. Really pathetic.

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    • Dixie says:

      Just the whole senate intelligence committee so it was announced last night after they met behind closed doors with Clapper and Brennan.

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  45. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This is rich coming from a guy who has his mug in front of the camera for over a year saying there is Collusion; there is smoke there must be fire. We must continue to investigate even thougn we don’t have anything yet. Warner’s committee is oversight of the DOJ and FBI. If he can’t fulfill his role, why us he on it?

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  46. The Devilbat says:

    There are so many Anti–American scumbags in this game of intrigue. Maybe President Putin will present Mark Warner with a “Hero Of The Russian Federation” Medal the same as he gave Robert Mueller a while back. At least someone recognized Mueller as an asset.

    http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index2562.htm

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  47. Maryaha says:

    The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. – J. Edgar Hoover

    Liked by 3 people

  48. viva says:

    They didn’t think she would lose.

    We mustn’t think they won’t be pardoned in 6 years.

    Tried at sea…walk the plank.

    Liked by 1 person

  49. Jane Smith says:

    President Trump should just stop it.
    Fire the top layers of the FBI and DOJ.
    Fire Mueller.
    Clean House.
    Start Over..

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  50. czarowniczy says:

    Well, in my inbox, with still wet pixels, is a Wash Post story about how it’s confirmed the identity of the ‘informant’ in the Trump campaign after talking to ‘unnamed’ persons familiar with the informant’s role.
    FBI’s wriggling on IDing the ‘source’ while trying to whitewash him by trying to make it seem as if the source took it upon himself to contact three Trump campaign officials on deniably legit reasons and may have provided information about things but not under contract. Aside from the fact that the Bureau may well have used him they’re apparently shoewing they had a cutout to provide plausible deniability in case he was caught.
    In any event these ‘persons in the know’ talking to Bozos Club when they refuse to answer a Congressional subpeona suggests that they’re backed into a corner and they’re trying to spread laundered stories to cushion the hit when those other shoers start hitting the floor.
    It’s nice to see the Bureau stewing in its own juices for a change, let’s pray the karma flow keeps flowing.

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    • dogsmaw says:

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    • keeler says:

      It’s Stefan Halper. Sundance identified him days ago.

      This is the classic corporate media tactic of strategically releasing information in order to get the jump on framing a narrative around a story they deem problematic.

      From this we may extrapolate that Halper is likely to be publicly identified very shortly. We know that Halper’s name is circulating among the media based on Kimberly Strassel’s (Wall Street Journal) reporting, but no one has had the guts or authorization to out him. It will only be a matter of time before he is publicly identified.

      Think about the timing of this release. It’s on Friday evening which has seen a) a shooting at a Trump hotel b) a mass school shooting c) a commercial airline crash and which d) comes hours before some washed-up actress marries an inbred British man. We are in a black hole as far as news cycles go.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        I wasn’t as interested in the actor’s name as I was in the ‘We Hate Trump’ DoJ and ‘I HatecTrump’ Bezos relationship – Kstherine Graham must be spinning in her grave.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          Kate Graham was evil also. She was no friend of America.

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          • czarowniczy says:

            Not saying she wasn’t an understudy for Evanora but she had a helluva lot more politiucal neutrality than Bozo does. She was friends with some of the biggest Republicans abd conservatives in DC and skewered the Left and the Right. Perhasps she leaned Left a bit more than many on the Right liked but she was a professional as opposed to Bozo who’s the world’s richest spoiled, 3-year-old brat.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Fridays, especially those leading into a 3-day-weekend, are traditionally THE day to dump bad news but this news has to get read, has to get out there as part of the effort to spin as many close-but-no-cigar versions as they can to cushion the real release.
        The Bureau and DoJ are experts at using the media to set the tone, they do it with all high-profile cases. They did it in NOLA with their politically motivated, media initiated attempted lynching of the police involved in the Glover shooting. Leaks, press releases, Holder standing on the Federal Court House steps filmed from a low angle as he promised to serve up the cops’ heads on a platter – Federal media manipulation for their personal gain.

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      • lokiscout says:

        Lora Ingram identified him on her show last night. Pete Hexhif was on in her place tonight. If she reappears Monday we can assume her absence tonight has no connection.

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        I just know I can’t sleep because I fear for Stefan Halper’s physical safety, like Valerie Palme.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Seems Mike Flynn and Bannon are in on it too. Plants in the campaign.

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      • sat0422 says:

        keeler: You are on a roll this morning and I agree with everything you have said. 100 thumbs up to you.

        As for the so called royal wedding, I see another Fergie story in someone’s future. Just my simple prediction.

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    • piper567 says:

      Must Not Accept Congressional Oversight…
      isn’t this Pronouncement unconstitutional?
      seems to me it is…
      Oh, well…maybe its just illegal, in which case, at this pt, what difference does it make?
      Wasn’t that there No Congressional Oversight thingy part of the reason the President sent Mulvaney into the Pocahontas mess?
      Seems to me it was at least a factor.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Courts will have to decide if that pronouncement flies but the idea oif a Cabinet-level agency with the power DoJ has with no Congressional oversight scares the hell outta me.
        If Congress has the cojones it can tell DoJ that where it believes it shouldn’t have Congressional oversight then DoJ can also do without Congressional funding.
        Imagine hundreds of lawers standing on DC street corners and holding Windex bottles and squeegees…

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        • lastinillinois says:

          Ha!
          If only!

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        • Bud Klatsch says:

          Wasn’t that Sally Yates position. They are above oversight!

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        • snellvillebob says:

          Maybe this is what Jeff Sessions wants. If Congress cut the DOJ and FBI budgets 25% this would allow him to lay off most of the obama, thus social warrior, appointees according to a LIFO (Last In, First Out) method preferred by employee unions. If only a handful of top officers go to prison they will just be more careful next time. But if you threaten everyone’s jobs, they will self police.
          The only question is would a 25% cut be enough?

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          • czarowniczy says:

            The Founders gave Congress the ability to disband any unruly part of the government by defunding it. In particular a rebellious standing military could be checked by cutting off its monies, a way of helping ensure a young and still unstable government could endure.
            The same thing could be done to check a department involved in injustice. Think of all of those bureaucrats without their chubby checks coming in when those bloated DC-area mortgages and tax bills come due.

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          • Roberto says:

            I’m certain they’ve been identified. I’ve worked at places like this where after an election, there was a list of what is called “holdovers.” Everybody knows about it and them, and everybody knew who could/can be trusted. If the holdover wants to be trusted, he’d better come up with more than a pound of flesh to justify his continuance.

            Making huge mortgage payments, kids private school tuition and/or college tuition bills, trips around the world, (at least) two late model autos, property taxes, school taxes, yada…is pretty good motivation to play with the winning team. Especially now that any hope of HRC somehow seizing the reigns of government are minute, and there’s these investigators combing through everybody’s computer drives.

            I can virtually guarantee there’s a bunch of people ratting out another bunch of people in hope of keeping their jobs. And there are only so many Lawfare jobs on the market these days!

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        • Lindenlee says:

          Gee, the intelligence agency with none, the CFPB, email servers, as nauseum, and more to be exposed in the future, an entire shadow government, by and for the Swamp King Obama.

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      • Feanor says:

        No you see because he’s saying Congress cannot provide oversight in order to fulfill his role as oversight.

        You can’t say I’m denying oversight if I use oversight to deny oversight.

        Checkmate, Nazi!

        Wait for it I bet two steak dinners you’ll hear this on Sunday.

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    • PMadison says:

      I’m hearing the MSM claim Halper was “not under contract” by the FBI.

      So we’re to believe Halper paid $3,000 of Papadop’s travel expenses out of his own pocket?

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      • SW Richmond says:

        Super secret spies all have super secret stashes of cash. Didn’t you see Bourne Identity?

        I am also loving the government’s “it’s secret for your own good” line. We children have to be kept in the dark and protected from the big bad world, see?

        Finally, why does it seem so much of this comes back to Virginia “Democrats”? What the hell is going on in the VA commie party?

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      • snellvillebob says:

        He also paid transportation, food and lodging for Papadopoulos to go to the UK for several days and another $3000 for writing him a paper. This is called money laundering.
        Extending back a few years, federal records show that Halper has been paid $928,800 since 2012 for work on four policy projects for the Pentagon It would be interesting to know just what these projects were and who actually requested them.
        Here is documentation on $411,575 of it: https://mail.google.com/mail/#sent/1637446bcaa6b439

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      • czarowniczy says:

        They’re parsing the nasrrative to try and make the skunk smell less like a skunk. Sorta how we lose a spy plane to ground fire ans it was ‘in recognized international air space’ or was ‘suffering navigation system malfunction’ .

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    • Louis Genevie says:

      Now that we know who the FBI mole was/is, (Halper) can anyone explain why knowing this affects national security?

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Depends on whose national security we’re talking about – let’s just say the Deep State’s national Security may be at stake.
        If I were Halper I’d avoid and parks in the Beltway or intersections in Little Rock. Then again were he to have an unfortunate situation befall him both sides could blamed and the truth hard to determine.

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