President Trump Tweets Official Investigative Request To DOJ Forthcoming…

Those who have followed the events over the past two years closely know what the final tweet -in a series of sequenced tweets- from President Trump indicates:

#TheBigUgly

Beginning with the confirmation of DNI Dan Coats in March 2017, a series of carefully planned sequential steps have been implemented – preparing the groundwork to expose the biggest political scandal in the history of the U.S. government:  You can call it a soft-coup, or you can call it politicization and weaponization of the DOJ and FBI, but the end result is the same – the intentional effort to manipulate, influence, and ultimately subvert an election for the presidency of the United States.  

From a series of POTUS Tweets today it would appear the Big Ugly is ignited.

Former Obama administration officials knowingly and willfully conspired with allies in strategic intelligence positions to target their political opposition.

Simultaneously, some of the same officials knowingly and willfully conspired to allow and ignore unlawful conduct, including the use of federal government agencies, by their political allies to assist the political goals of Hillary Clinton.

After a year of denying the actions were taking place; and after a year of investigative sunlight proving those actions did actually take place; the former Obama officials moved from a strategy of denial to a strategy of justification.  However, at the same time as they are now justifying their conduct, they are still trying to remove the primary threat, President Donald Trump.

The Inspector General has released the draft report on the DOJ and FBI conduct in the corrupt Hillary Clinton classified email investigation.  Within two weeks the draft IG report will be made public, and the full sunlight of prior DOJ and FBI conduct will become visible.

There is a strategic sequencing to the approach of President Trump and those within congress who have been investigating the same issues.  Key human resources have been put into place to help expose the corruption (ex. Ezra Cohen-Watnick).  Additionally, several key former Obama career officials agreed to cooperate in exposing the corruption (ex. Admiral Mike Rogers, NSA); and a few have been moved into place within the Trump administration (ex. Dana Boente).

The fraudulent story behind the DNC server is directly connected to the fraudulent story behind the vast Russian conspiracy.  Recent releases from inside congressional committees have been strategically timed to coincide with this phase of exposing the Obama-Clinton-DNC scheme. {See Here}.  None of this is happenstance, this is all strategically timed and coordinated.

If using intelligence assets to conduct surveillance on the Trump campaign was based on the premise of concern with Russian contacts etc. – then why were John and Tony Podesta’s contacts with multiple foreign government’s, including payments therein which were not reported, overlooked?

Why were the speaking engagements by Bill Clinton not investigated for the same reasons given to launch counterintelligence investigations against Trump campaign officials?

These issues cannot be reconciled/justified.

Only one campaign was targeted, Donald Trump.  Only one campaign was under surveillance by the FBI under false and conspicuously fraudulent reasoning.

The IG report will lay bare the ideological motives, and the specifically designed plan, by the FBI to exonerate Hillary Clinton.

That IG report is finished.  It is being reviewed prior to finalized print.

The last phase of the identified IG report is the FISA court abuse by the same government officials who weaponized the intelligence apparatus.   That IG investigation has also been ongoing as an outcropping of the original January 2017 origin.

It is within this OIG investigation where the fraudulent Russian conspiracy scheme, and the exhaustive weaponization of the intelligence apparatus therein, will be revealed.

Timing is everything:

The Obama administration officials are going bananas.

The Democrat politicians who participated in the weaponization plan are also going bananas.

Deep State is deeply triggered.

Welcome to the biggest political battle in U.S. history.

#TheBigUgly.

 

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1,448 Responses to President Trump Tweets Official Investigative Request To DOJ Forthcoming…

  1. scott467 says:

    “…and perhaps even former Attorney General Loretta Lynch…”

    ________________

    Perhaps?!?

    Mark Penn is a trunk-hugger, he’s not moving even inch out onto that limb, even if it is the size of the Golden Gate Bridge, lol!

    Liked by 3 people

    • jahealy says:

      That “perhaps” threw me as well. Good grief, she greedily grabbed the corruption torch from Holder and is STILL running with the thing. That little trollette is dirty to the bone.

      Liked by 4 people

  2. Bean Counter says:

    I don’t think this was the response President Trump was hoping for.

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  3. Missing Andrew says:

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  4. I know Hillary can’t walk anymore, but I would love to see her busting rock at Leavenworth.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. Bob Thoms says:

    Has Sessions recused himself from the Presidents request yet?

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  6. scott467 says:

    “The Obama administration officials are going bananas.

    The Democrat politicians who participated in the weaponization plan are also going bananas.”

    __________________

    Good, the magnitude of their reaction is directly proportional to their guilt.

    .

    “Deep State is deeply triggered.”

    __________________

    And Deeply impotent, lol!

    .

    “Welcome to the biggest political battle in U.S. history.”

    __________________

    More like the Great Marianas Turkey Shoot in WWII, or the ‘Highway of Death’ as Saddam’s forces retreated in Kuwait.

    .
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    “#TheBigUgly.”

    __________________

    #Finally!

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  7. JG 3 says:

    Why did career professionals personally put everything on the line?
    Why risk EVERYTHING?
    I think it’s about the next job up: or it is with most I know.
    Lynch SCJ
    Comey AG
    McCabe Head of FBI
    Rosenstein got what he wanted, totally giddy.
    lower levels move-up, and so.

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    • CopperTop says:

      I love this..add a touch of leverage…and don’t forget…I can’t beat Obama but I’ll be damned sure he sees my insurance card and makes this former first lady SOS.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Justah says:

      Arrogance
      8 years of Leadership that opperated outside of the Law
      They got drunk on their own Kool-Aid

      They could have gotten away with the pre-Election stuff, but the Resistance formed, Clinton wouldn’t shut up and they probably thought they ould force President Trump to resign or the Anti-Trumpers would force his resignation.

      From start to finish – They never considered What if we are Wrong?

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  8. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Fast track to get to the heart of the spying operation on candidate Trump? Give a certain someone the Cohen-Manafort treatment. Middle of the night raids on Brennan’s residence and offices up to and including his current employer CNN.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Moultrie Flag says:

      This.

      Give us one raid. Something.

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      • Inspector Lestrade says:

        Could be way off, just spit balling but it’s possible we are way downstream from the raid stage if the sealed indictment count is anywhere near where reported. So we are looking at arrests, thousands of them, and they will be ordered & batched in a way to bring maximum leverage on the higher up black hats. Then the fun of watching everyone play point the finger……..Boy I hope I’m right.

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  9. wolfmoon1776 says:

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  10. Fools Gold says:

    #TheBigUgly

    Boom! Boom! Boom! Gonna be a great 4th of July this year! 💥

    Liked by 7 people

  11. anon says:

    The tweets from the usual suspects have been very amusing.
    Friday, NYT and WaPo:
    Yeah Obama’s feds were spying on their political opposition, and it was perfectly justified
    Today, Verified Liberals:
    Trump has crossed a red line calling for IG investigation of his political opposition.

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  12. Charlie5 says:

    First time poster here.

    I’ve come to believe that “spying” or ” moles” or what not, is the wrong scenario . I think “sting” and “entrapment” make more sense. They were not spying on Trump and his campaign to discover what he/they were up to so as to counter it. If that was the case Hillary should have won. No, they were setting up a sting/entrapment operation (the insurance policy) to either prosecute him after the election if Hillary won – which is what they all expected – or to remove him from office if he won.

    This is why they are not so reluctant, at this point, to say, yeah, we might have been spying, but it was for his own good. Ha, what a laugh. Sure, they’ll cop to spying now because a sting/entrapment operation is way, way worse.

    VSGPT had their number all along.

    Just my two cents.

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    • Ad rem says:

      Welcome to the Tree House Charlie! 😀

      Liked by 8 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      “Sure, they’ll cop to spying now because a sting/entrapment operation is way, way worse”

      I think that’s what folks are starting to understand, snd really what Sundance has been writing about (e.g. the FISA Title 1 stuff). The framework for the “spying” was simply a setup for much more devious activity.

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    • Newt Love says:

      > “… Sure, they’ll cop to spying now because a sting/entrapment operation is way, way worse. …”

      (Welcome to being a poster here at the CTH! Hope you post tonzoes!)

      It will come out, and the reputation of US Attorney Huber is that he doesn’t take offers from his indicted targets. He offers them something, which is less painful than what they are likely to get at trial.

      The indicted offered to plead to “spying.”
      Rejected!
      It’s called karma.
      It’s pronounced hahahahahahahahaha!

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    • singular says:

      Hi, Charlie5. I’m a very new poster, too.

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  13. The DOJ will never voluntarily investigate itself in such a way as to incriminate Obama officials. The responsibility for determining the extent and nature of illegal espionage activities must go to the DIA or JAG Corps who have no professional or personal reasons to care about the Department of Justice remaining intact.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “The DOJ will never voluntarily investigate itself….”

      That is why there are Inspectors General. (Horowitz) THEY do the inspections of federal Departments.

      HISTORY
      “The Obama administration formally announced that inspectors general will have to get permission from their agency heads to gain access to grand jury, wiretap and fair credit information — an action that severely limits the watchdogs’ oversight capabilities, independence and power to uncover fraud.”Sundance

      So IG Horowitz in his bi-annual report to congress complained about the Obama Director of the FBI stonewalling him.

      Horowitz: “….This is an issue of utmost importance, as evidenced by the fact that 47 Inspectors General signed a letter in August 2014 to the Congress strongly endorsing the principle of unimpaired Inspector General access to agency records……”

      So the LAW GOT CHANGED!!!!

      The Inspector General issues a report to the department head AND to congress twice a year. He is under the general supervision of the head BUT the head CAN NOT INTERFERE with an investigation OR FIRE an Inspector General. ANY CRIMES get reported to AG SESSIONS!

      Again read the AMENDED Inspector General Act

      Each Inspector General shall report to and be under the general supervision of the head of the establishment involved or, to the extent such authority is delegated, the officer next in rank below such head, but shall not report to, or be subject to supervision by, any other officer of such establishment. Neither the head of the establishment nor the officer next in rank below such head shall prevent or prohibit the Inspector General from initiating, carrying out, or completing any audit or investigation, or from issuing any subpoena during the course of any audit or investigation.
      (b) An Inspector General may be removed from office by the President….”

      And he must report Federal Crimes to the Attorney General who is now Jeff Sessions and NOT Eric Holder or Loretta Lynch.

      “(d) In carrying out the duties and responsibilities established under this Act, each Inspector General shall report expeditiously to the Attorney General whenever the Inspector General has reasonable grounds to believe there has been a violation of Federal criminal law.”

      AG Sessions has appointed PROSECUTOR Huber to partner with Horowitz to deal with violations of Federal criminal law.

      Rosenstink has NOTHING to do with the IG report and was TRYING to get out in front of the news so the Yellow Stream Media had a sound bite to run with.

      “The Deputy Attorney General issued the following statement: “If anyone did infiltrate or surveil participants in a presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes, we need to know about it and take appropriate action.”
      — Jonathan Swan (@jonathanvswan) May 20, 2018

      inappropriate purposes??? You have GOT to be kidding me!

      Rosenstink SIGNED the last FISA warrant so he HAS TO RECUSE BTW.

      THIS IS THE RULE!!!!
      GOVERNMENT ETHICS
      “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome. 28 CFR 45.2 […]”

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  14. fred5678 says:

    SO GLAD I am retired and can watch TV and read/type here all day and night in the coming weeks. I have basic cable without a set top box, so I can even experience shadenfreud watching CNN idiots cover the exposure of their friends the jackals and not add to CNN’s demo stats.

    In Feb ’16 I was assaulted (but not hit — he backed off) by a young thug with a baseball bat when I was distributing Trump yard signs. Coming weeks are my revenge.

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  15. rjcylon says:

    How can people like this make tweets, go on tv and give interviews, give paid speeches at universities etc. while at the same time knowing their world is about to come crashing down on them? I would be a nervous wreck. I don’t think I’d be able to even tie my shoes.

    Liked by 3 people

    • rjcylon says:

      Regarding Brennan’s Cicero tweets, Hillary giving public appearances etc.

      Liked by 1 person

      • peace says:

        Hillary has never been held accountable so she truly believes she will continue to do whatever she damn well pleases. And the fact that she was at Yale today really puts Yale lower than the local community colleges.

        Liked by 5 people

    • anon says:

      The left does not disavow its own.
      Even if their conspiracy is made fully public and their friends in the media cannot drown it in disinformation, the chances they go to jail are slim.
      If they don’t go to jail, DNC and NWO aligned interests funnel new funding or sinecures to them as they exit the scandal spotlight.

      This is the difference between the left and the right, and a lesson the right is starting to learn, which is why NRO slime and squishes like shapiro spend all their time screaming “you brutes you brutes you brutes” at the right’s new, much more effective, Trumpian operatives.

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    • blondegator says:

      They. ARE. THAT. Stupid.

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  16. Raffaella says:

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  17. fred5678 says:

    The delusional comments here are priceless.

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  18. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Weasels like Brennan can make all the noise they want.
    And they can run but they cannot hide.

    Secure your seats in the upright position and tighten your safety belts.

    Liked by 13 people

  19. David Reznor says:

    Beware 28 May. It is a very significant date. You read it here. Mark it down.

    Read “Watergate: The Hoax.”

    Liked by 3 people

  20. JG 3 says:

    (See 15 up) Add to “the next job up” FEAR! Knowing what we know now, can you imagine the kinds of pressure these evil crooks could put on the lower level guys?

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  21. Craig D says:

    Just thinking about Rod Rosenstein’s late Sunday (May 20,2018) announcement that he has directed the OIG to begin investigating the spying on the Trump campaign. I remember reading that McCabe had said that “OIG reports are meaningless” (knowing well it will be critical of him ((McCabe)). With the first of the OIG reports to be released soon, Rosenstein will have to give this initial OIG report serious consideration and response, otherwise his (Rosenstein) asking for an OIG report on Trump Campaign spying would be seen as a meaningless gesture.

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  22. Sue says:

    And there are almost 29,000 sealed indictments….waiting…waiting.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. Julia Adams says:

    Ladies & Gentlemen, this is what draining the swamp looks like. We are so fortunate DJT is our President and Sundance is our teacher. Here we go, buckle up, the boss just issued the command to begin the big ugly.

    Liked by 15 people

  24. Dutchman says:

    Let me see,… sessions is ‘recused’,so rosie tells I.G. to investigate sphing on Trump campaign, which fitd neatly into 3rd IG investigation on unmasking, and is already ongoing.G finds, in any of his invn
    Sessions appointed Huber, to work WITH IG, on anything IG finds thats criminal. Sessions said HE, Sessions, will be kept apprised of everything Huber is doing. So, seems to me recusal is meaningless, IG, Sessions and Huber are running show on Criminal investigations of big ugly, but have insulated themselves from accusations of “politicising” investigation, because Sessions, a political appointee, is recused, IG is ‘apolitical’, by design, and Huber, tho reappointed by DJT, is a career prosecutor, first appointed bh obummer, impeccable non political reputation.
    IG has 500 staffers, lawyers, investigators, auditors, working for 1 1/2 years on this, and we have no idea how big Hubers staff is, or exactly when he started.
    IG could well say “Actually, been working on this for some time, as my 3rd investigation, on unmasking led right into this. As you know, my second investigation, on emails, is in draft form, report to be released shortly. But, my 3rd report is in the pipeline right behind, and ALMOST at draft stage, give me another week or two.
    And of coarse, I have been working closely with Huber, on any criminality I uncovered.
    Also, reading the statute establishing the IG, he can see ANY written or electronic communication generated by any employee of DOJ or FBI. No redactions, he has carte blanc, unfettered access. No redactions, no stonewalling. And, again reading statute, it states if, during his investigation, he finds evidence of crimes, he is to advise AG and Pres.
    While statute doesnt specifically say, it seems obvious he would turn over any evidence he uncovered, as wouldnt make sense to advise AG “I have uncovered evidence of crime, but aint gonna show it to you” so, Im pretty sure Huber can see anything IG seed, and have legal chain of evidence.
    All this redacting is kibuki theater, they are all toast. Anyway, thats my view from the cheap seats, and I don’t think its gonna be that long, before we see 3rd IG report, on unmasking and Trump campaign survellence.

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    • Julia Adams says:

      Nice post. Thanks!

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    • DonaldsonLJ says:

      The legal chain of evidence – this is the key trail, irrespective of what you seeing going on ” front of stage ” Sessions, Horowitz and Huber have been building the evidence data rooms since Day 1. These key documentation hubs are probably at Huber’s location and its all in hard copy, without redaction and indexed. There is probably, one major complete data room, with everything and then further rooms split off into the cases to be brought, each room contains copies of the relevant data, cross referenced to the one major room. No leaks to the data rooms because no phones are allowed in the Huber facility, network is designed like a drawbridge with a moat, only one way in and the door can be closed – so reduced risk of hacking. Sessions, Horowitz and Huber are going into battle with a breadth and a depth of weaponry that most lawyers dream of. Let Justice be done !

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    • G. Combs says:

      read the AMENDED Inspector General Act

      Each Inspector General shall report to and be under the general supervision of the head of the establishment involved or, to the extent such authority is delegated, the officer next in rank below such head, but shall not report to, or be subject to supervision by, any other officer of such establishment. Neither the head of the establishment nor the officer next in rank below such head shall prevent or prohibit the Inspector General from initiating, carrying out, or completing any audit or investigation, or from issuing any subpoena during the course of any audit or investigation.
      (b) An Inspector General may be removed from office by the President….”

      And he must report Federal Crimes to the Attorney General who is now Jeff Sessions (who appointed Huber) and NOT Eric Holder or Loretta Lynch.

      The INSPECTOR GENERAL ACT OF 1978 as Amended
      http://legcounsel.house.gov/Comps/Inspector%20General%20Act%20Of%201978.pdf

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  25. Yes, but that means even more waiting. Look how long IG has been working on just the Hillary email scandal, then there’s the FISA abuse, and now the DOJ, FBI, CIA collusion. This could take years. I want this all to be done right, all the i’s dotted and t’s crossed, to insure prosecution but in the meantime a lot could change.

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    • noswamp says:

      Dammit Janet,
      I don’t want this to take years. I know that they can indict/prosecute the key players on a drop of a hat. Some rumors hint that Huber has indictments already sealed. I don’t believe that. But hope I am wrong.

      The prosecution, if they are serious, would be swift and deliberate.

      If they are not serious, then yes, it will be years.

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    • jello333 says:

      It might not actually take years. We could do it much quicker if we used a time warp… again.

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    • Alison Swain says:

      I want things done right also. The problem is: statutes of limitation. weren’t some recently expired on Clapper perjury?

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  26. ElGato says:

    Brennan threatens McConnell and Ryan and later in the day, a big group of Republicans is asking Ryan to step down immediately…chew on that.

    Liked by 6 people

    • anon says:

      Time for Trump tocompile a list and target those still up for primaries.

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    • Jan says:

      I don’t know how to look at this new development. Many have wanted Ryan to step down so they could get more legislative work done before the mid-terms, except that Chuck the Schmuck is going to slow down/stop anymore work in the Senate until after mid-terms. Ryan & McConnell are up to their eye balls in this swamp. Maybe they both took pay-offs in the Iran deal or some other blackmailable offense that Brennan knows about.

      Some of these Congressional slimeballs are not running in the mid-terms because their sins of pedophilia, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, etc. are going to come out when Sessions starts cleaning up DC. Don’t know if this applies to Ryan and McConnell or not.

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      • Mickturn says:

        Jan, funny you should mention “blackmailable offense”. That is how J Edgar (Cross Dresser) Hoover and Hitlery (FBI Papers) got the dirt on everyone in DC then used it to blackmail anyone they forced to help/support them. Doing the ‘dirt parade’ has become a staple of the Deep State as they use the Intelligence Community (CIA, NSA etc.) to get dirt on someone to use it later to blackmail them. This obviously blew up in their faces on Trump so they just made up crap to throw at him. Now the Big Ugly is crashing and burning and I personally hope it takes down as many of these Ba$tards as possible!

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      • mutantbeast says:

        I can promise McConHOs wife is dirty, her family sure is, makes it very likely Mitch the beach is also dirty. Best friend the Chicoms have in DC. BTW Trumpnado needs to twist Madame Chao out pof her office in his cabinet also.

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    • brh82 says:

      Ryan already said, about two weeks ago, he would actually be leaving before Memorial Day.

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  27. Dutchman says:

    McConells sins are well documented, by Peter Schweitzer in his new book. Hes bought n paid for, by China, Biden too.
    Interesting side note; Scwietzer, who wrote Clinton Cash, is an eaqual opportunity investigator, lib, conserve, he finds corruption.
    10 hears ago he looked at the Senate; there was only ONE Senator, out of the hundred, he could find NO signs of corruption. Jeff Sessions. Interesting fact.

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    • noswamp says:

      I did not know that! This would explain his barely being approved as AG!

      Liked by 2 people

    • MVW says:

      Dutchman,
      Very interesting comment on Sessions. Thank you for that. Also your longish post above was nice. So many moving pieces and key facts. I keep jumping back and forth over the Sessions fence… and for solid, clear reasons. Lois Lerner for one. Clapper for another.

      Anyone that gets the big head and thinks they have a clear read on Sessions is… putting major pieces out of their reasoning. His bizarre gerrymandered recusal over what has morphed into a historic witch hunt should have have warranted his resignation, at the start, or later as it went out of control. Moreover, and worse still, the witch hunt
      [has continued to degrade trust in the DOJ, whatever was left of it.]

      I still keep Comey’s book, ‘victory’, tour in my evaluation bin. It smells to high heaven of immunity deal made with Mueller & Rosenstein.

      500 lawyers is huge, and no media leaks that I have heard of. That in itself is unbelievable. Can’t be a wood ship.

      And no seeming leak from Huber’s team either, but if everyone on the team is in Utah, it would be hard to leak and the leak source not be visible immediately.

      As wars go, this is a war for our country and lives. This is not a war fought over sand. Yet it is as deadly a war as ever fought.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      I did not know of Schweitzer’s exemplary finding on Sessions. I am always hopeful that he’s working incognito, but it is not possible to know what’s really going on. The test of time will tell the tale.

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    • Dutchman- thanks for the info!

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  28. Dutchman says:

    Ryan dirty, I have no doubt. Owned by CofC, keeps working for amnesty.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Bendix says:

      Wants to take Medicare from old women; evidently has no clue whatsoever as to what mass immigration has done to Social Security.
      Dangerous in that he thinks he is smart, but is not smart, even if he were otherwise clean.

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  29. Dutchman says:

    Someone suggested politicians should dress like racecar drivers, with patches sewn on their suits, of their sponsors. Seems like a good idea, to me.

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  30. Dutchman says:

    By the by, someone said IG is only investigating DOJ and FBI, can’t investigate State Dept. or CIA.
    There is seperate IG, for every dept of Executive branch. So, tho we are focused on IG for DOJ, there is one for State, and I believe CIA. They are given unfettered access, and cannot be gainsaid by head of dept. During Hillary’s term as Sec of State, Obummer neglected to nominate one. Pres nominates, Senate confirms. Obummer also (I think by E.O.) greatly reduced authority of IG, which DJT undid.
    So, no oversite of State, while Hillary was raking in pay to pay, and greatly reduced, some say nuetered, overdite while politicising EVERY dept of fed gov.
    Each IG has 2asst. IG’s; one to oversee audit dept, guys with green eyeshades, and one to oversee investigations. IG can increase staff as needed, recruiting law enforcement officers for investigations, auditors or lawyers, etc. Im pretty sure Horowitz staff is larger than ‘typical’, and would be interesting to see how big other IG’s staffs are, right now.
    IG’s are charged with investigating waste, fraud, mismanagement, abuse, malfeasence. Normally, they work quietly, behind the scenes. Every 6 mos. or so, they issue a report, which NORMALLY goes to Congress, and Pres. and is released to public 90 days later.
    Because the are ‘charged’ with investigating screw ups, (waste, fraud, etc.) which would be embarrasing to both political appointee head of dept, and upper echalon career employees, the office of IG is set up to insulate it from politics, and from interference.
    Hence, while the media and black hats may TRY, they will have a hard time discrediting IG Horowitz.

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    • noswamp says:

      Dutchman, great stuff. Thank you!

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      MH has 450 people.

      My understanding is that he fought a long solitary war before Trump to put bite and independence back into his position.

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    • cozette says:

      FYI The Omnibus bill gave huge increases in funding to all OIGs plus Military Tribunals and witness protection programs including safe housing. There were many VERY good reasons why POTUS signed the bill. Conservative shriekers were strategically foolish. As usual. As for me, I trust PDJT.

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  31. noswamp says:

    Sessions if clean, must be afraid, afraid that the Clinton machine will find out a foible and run with it. That’s all I got. Sessions could be our General Ulysses S. Grant, if he only decided to FIGHT!

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  32. Dutchman says:

    And, while we’re all focused on ONE IG, we have no idea what others may be investigating. Normally, no one knows what IG is doing, until report is issued.
    Given how last admin politicised evrrh dept, could be a lot going on, we don’t see.

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  33. noswamp says:

    AG Sessions. The country awaits your fighting for the rule of law and for the US Constitution. (You know, how you used to fight for Alabama).

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    • cozette says:

      noswamp you may be waiting for talking heads to tell you Sessions is fighting but please don’t write as if you as an individual represents “the country”. Those of us who look at the facts of what Sessions has accomplished are delighted. Those of us with even a rudimentary understanding of the Swamp, the war we’re in and winning tactics totally get what Sessions is doing that apparently has you so confused. Why not trust POTUS and his team?

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    • Steve in Lewes says:

      Good prosecutors do not announce investigations/indictments in a press conference. They quietly go about their business and catch ‘villains’ while they snooze.
      A piece done by Andrew McCarthy summarizes very well. It is in regard to the clusterfk indictment of the Russians by Mueller. Here is a quick recap and the link to his article:

      ‘When prosecutors are serious about nabbing law-breakers who are at large, they do not file an indictment publicly. That would just induce the offenders to flee to or remain in their safe havens. Instead, prosecutors file their indictment under seal, ask the court to issue arrest warrants, and quietly go about the business of locating and apprehending the defendants charged. In the Russia case, however, the indictment was filed publicly even though the defendants are at large. That is because the Justice Department and the special counsel know the Russians will stay safely in Russia.
      Mueller’s allegations will never be tested in court. That makes his indictment more a political statement than a charging instrument.’

      https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/02/russia-launches-information-war-us-responds-with-lawsuit/

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      • MVW says:

        “That is because the Justice Department and the special counsel know the Russians will stay safely in Russia.
        Mueller’s allegations will never be tested in court. That makes his indictment more a political statement than a charging instrument.”

        Only the Russians showed up and called his bluff. I haven’t heard what has happened with this. Maybe more slow motion Rube Goldberg justice.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        Prosecutors don’t “catch” villains. They don’t file indictments without having a case brought to them by a law enforcement body of some kind. Prosecutors are not law enforcement officers in the traditional sense of the term.

        Please don’t confuse the functions of law enforcement and prosecution. LEOs have to bring their probable cause to the prosecutors who take it from there.

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      • Mickturn says:

        Steve, So true, prosecutors, good ones, work in quiet deliberate methods. That way the potential target has no clue their world is about to be shifted from Free to Prison! It is the poor pathetic prosecutor that grandstands their work for political gain…it’s far more effective to nail the coffin shut before ‘bragging’!

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  34. HM3 Navy Gal says:

    This entire episode is so infuriating knowing that these people believe they are above the law and better than vast majority of us. Sundance is my go-to site to get the best take on what’s going down. One question, does he EVER sleep??

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  35. Echo says:

    Doesn’t make sense.
    If PDJT can “hereby demand ” anything of the DoJ he’d have surely done it on many previous occasions when they refused Congressional directives for information or refused to prosecute the confessed felon Hillary.
    Don’t think PDJT has the political power to control the DoJ, judging from past events.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Oh dear. Another who did not fully read, or understand, the post above.

      Timing is everything.

      Everything possible had to be made public first.

      Have you any idea how much time AG Jeff spent with Pres Trump pre-election? One would daresay few know each other better.

      When Pres Trump tweets, AG Jeff reacts. Just not in the way people normally react.
      This comes from having an intimate and insider familiarity with U.S. law. Heck, AG Jeff voted on many of those laws, and even wrote or contributed to some.

      Do not feel bad. Most others do not see or hear this either.
      Most Pres Trump’s team is this way.
      Is no wonder Fake News is insane.

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      • Echo says:

        Good luck with the rubbish sophistry.
        Why would Sessions not be acting, for what possible purpose?
        Why would Trump hater Rosie who serves at Sessions pleasure be allowed to bring PDJT closer to an impeachment vote? Waiting for the mid terms, that’s all.
        I know…. it’s a plan beyond our understanding.

        PDJT has made some disastrous appointments, good ‘ol UniParty Jeff isn’t the sharpest pencil in the case, he just wants his retired Senators Club to love him.

        There is a chance when Jeff sees that The Don will “win” he’ll flip.
        Alternatively, any more refusing to direct DoJ to provide information demanded by Congress might well get Jeffo sacked.

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        • brh82 says:

          PDJT has made some “disastrous appointments”? I would suggest you not carry that thought forward, since NO one knows his strategies. Sorry, but I don’t believe he makes mistakes; some people were appointed because it was the politically correct thing to do at the time. Comey was ONE of those! Everyone warned him about McMasters, LOUDLY! But he went ahead for the same reason he sent Nikki Haley to the UN. He didn’t take on this job as the dunderhead you and the MSM would like to think he is. Look up some old videos from the 1980’s and listen to what he has been thinking and saying for at LEAST 35 years!

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    • Steve in Lewes says:

      ‘Don’t think PDJT has the political power to control the DoJ, judging from past events.’
      C’mon man. You are judging this President by comparing him to past Presidents / events. Have you not learned anything these past two + years. PDJT is anything but conventional and has the titanium balls to do what is right…politics is the last thing he would ever consider.

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      • Echo says:

        “If PDJT can “hereby demand ” anything of the DoJ he’d have surely done it on many previous occasions when they refused Congressional directives for information or refused to prosecute the confessed felon Hillary.”

        Any comment on the facts?

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        • CollusionMyth says:

          Timing is everything. As Sundance pointed out we have moved from the denial stage to the justification stage. The perps are now admitting their participation in a scheme. Can you see how much easier it is to ask questions and get info?

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        • MaineCoon says:

          “Hereby demand” is legal jargon, a phrase used in many legal filings. AG, DAG and ever attorney at DoJ/FIB know the meaning of ‘hereby demand”. It doesn’t appear you do. You are taking it at face value instead of the legal connotation. You have missed the mark, but AG and all of DoJ hasn’t.

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  36. SouthernTrumpette says:

    May God be with you, President Trump.

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  37. Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

    He’s makin’ a list, and checkin’ it twice, gonna put Brennan’s body on ice, Huber-claus is comin’ to town…

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  38. noswamp says:

    “And, while we’re all focused on ONE IG, we have no idea what others may be investigating. Normally, no one knows what IG is doing, until report is issued.”

    Yes great points.

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  39. Sound An Alarm says:

    The Justice Department is asking its IG to look into alleged wrongdoing in the FBI’s investigation of Russia interference in the 2016 election.
    Sounds good, doesn’t it? This is Rosenstein asking this you know. He wants the DOJ/FBI IG (Mike Horowitz), to investigate. He knows that Horowitz can only investigate CURRENT employees of Justice. See?
    The IG CANNOT investigate Comey, McCabe, Brennan, Clapper, etc.
    I hope our President doesn’t fall for this charade! He needs to fire Rosenstein, not follow his advice.

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  40. G. Combs says:

    dude1394 says: “This sounds like a litmus test for sleepy jeffey sessions.”

    You are COMPLETELY missing the big picture.

    The Possum ALREADY outmaneuvered Rosenstink.

    #1. HUBER (NOT Mueller or Rosey) is ALREADY partnered with Horowitz.

    #2. Since Rosenstink SIGNED A FISA WARRANT to spy on the Trump team, HE IS AUTOMATICALLY RECUSED. 😀
    As Sundance has explained you can’t investigate yourself or investigate if you are the victim.

    THIS IS THE RULE!!!!
    GOVERNMENT ETHICS
    “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome. 28 CFR 45.2 […]”
    ……………

    Sundance on the first page of comments put up these tweets:

    (In reverse order)
    “The Deputy Attorney General issued the following statement: “If anyone did infiltrate or surveil participants in a presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes, we need to know about it and take appropriate action.”
    — Jonathan Swan (@jonathanvswan) May 20, 2018

    That is just OPTICS on the part of Rosenstink. He HAS to respond ‘appropriately’ to the news and President Trump.
    ……

    The MEAT is in these two tweets:

    BREAKING: DoJ’s Sarah Isgur Flores: The Department has asked the Inspector General to expand the ongoing review of the FISA application process to include determining whether there was any impropriety or political motivation in how the FBI conducted its counterintelligence…
    — Jonathan Swan (@jonathanvswan) May 20, 2018

    “investigation of persons suspected of involvement with the Russian agents who interfered in the 2016 presidential election. As always, the Inspector General will consult with the appropriate U.S. Attorney if there is any evidence of potential criminal conduct
    — Jonathan Swan (@jonathanvswan) May 20, 2018

    Read that again!
    As always, the Inspector General will consult with the appropriate U.S. Attorney if there is any evidence of potential criminal conduct…

    the appropriate U.S. Attorney ===> HUBER in UTAH where NSA has their data stored. HeHe…

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  41. Spy in the DOJ…Peter Kadzik?

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  42. Paprika says:

    OK, I will admit that I have not closely read each and every one of the 1,300+ comments posted so far so I don’t know if this has been brought up yet, but here goes……

    This all seems to ignore a rather simple approach that would provide a multitude of answers. So, In the spirit of “asking the right F****ing questions” here’s my question to dear Rod–Why are you asking the IG to investigate this when you already have a person who has a team that has been thoroughly investigating the President’s Campaign?

    Should not Rosey just simple call in his pet Special Counsel/Prosecuter/whatever and ask Mr Mueller? Has Mueller not been looking at all information and evidence surrounding the President’s Campaign in search of finding “Collusion with the Russians” and anything else that may come up in that investigation? Has he not had to go through and examine all the same information that would show where all the sources and information came from to determine whether there was collusion?

    Simply put–If Mueller has been doing the job he was assigned, he already knows the answers to the questions we are asking in this thread. So, if Rosey and all those defending and backing Mueller thinks he’s doing a honest and forthright investigation, call him in and just ask!

    Think about the many Catch-22’s and landmine traps this would trigger for Rosey and Mueller with just a simple question!
    “Mr. Mueller, in your vast and detailed investigation of President Trump’s Campaign did you find any evidence that the opposing party, any individual, or intelligence agency was wrongfully participating colluding in order to interfere with the 2016 Election?

    If the answer is no–Mueller is criminally incompetent!
    If the answer is yes and he has not notified the IG or Rosey– He is just a criminal.
    How could Mueller be doing his assigned investigation and not know everything that Rosey is now going to have the IG look into?

    Think about it! Have fun coming up with your own possible questions and answers for Rosey and Mueller!

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    • Paprika- excellent, thoughtful post. Hope someone up there reads it.

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      • Paprika says:

        Thank You kindly! I’ve been trying my best to ask the right questions! My 1st question now is to always ask myself–Have I looked at and examined the original premise of the narrative being offered?

        In the case above my 1st question to myself was–Should not Rosey, if he was doing his job, already have been investigating this and have the answer. Which lead to–Well Mueller certainly should if he is doing his appointed job.

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        • Paprika, tweet this to POTUS. During the election everyone was talking about how Trump could never deport all the illegals in a short time. I sent a tweet about how Eisenhower sent illegals out PRONTO. The next day Trump tweeted the history of the Eisenhower deportations. Not sure it was me but it really seemed strange. No one has even thought of your angle…go for it. If nothing else, at least you tried.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Well, herr Mueller’s real assignment was to find some scintilla of proof that the Russians colluded with the Trump campaign and thereby provide Congress with a reason to impeach. Nothing more, nothing less. This particular special, counsel will not, thus cannot, investigate potential Democrat crimes because they are his true boss. And no one is going to ask Mueller to do anything more at this point except wrap up the inquisition and resign.

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    • Mickturn says:

      Paprika, great thoughts, we all assume what you said but it needs to be in writing and in spades so Rosey and Muleface don’t have any wiggle room. To me, it’s very obvious, by the team Muleface put together, all Democraps/Hitlery supporters, and what has been coming out of the ‘Investigation’, it’s all about GET TRUMP and NOTHING about real Justice! The logic you use:

      ““Mr. Mueller, in your vast and detailed investigation of President Trump’s Campaign did you find any evidence that the opposing party, any individual, or intelligence agency was wrongfully participating colluding in order to interfere with the 2016 Election?
      If the answer is no–Mueller is criminally incompetent!”

      Is very sound. Either Muleface shows us the dirt gathered on the Deep State or he’s part of the conspiracy, plain and simple…THEN we decide which tree to hang all of them from!

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  43. DanO64 says:

    Today could be RR’s day to come out from the sting.

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  44. Sau-Wing Lam says:

    Trump’s tweet demands the investigation to include all Obama administration departments and personnel, not just FBI/DOJ. So CIA (Brennan) and NI(Clapper) plus Lynch, Clinton and even Obama are now included in the third IG report. SD is right – Trump did not draft this tweet himself but DOJ did. And judging from DOJ’s immediate response the efforts are coordinated. We are indeed entering into the final phase of exposing the swamp, and should enter into the actual draining the swamp phase through indictments, arrests, and prosecutions. This phase should start well before the Midterm.

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    • G. Combs says:

      IG Horowitz complained about the Obama Director of the FBI stonewalling him. “….This is an issue of utmost importance, as evidenced by the fact that 47 Inspectors General signed a letter in August 2014 to the Congress strongly endorsing the principle of unimpaired Inspector General access to agency records……”

      That means there are another FORTY SIX P.O.d IGs out there and if Obama left the spots vacant then Trump could appoint ACTING IGs just as AG Sessions appointed Rudy’s partner as an acting attorney.

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  45. Perot Conservative says:

    Trump Tweets, 1 hour ago

    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump

    “The Wall Street Journal asks, “WHERE IN THE WORLD WAS BARACK OBAMA?” A very good question!”
    ————————–

    “Under our potential deal with China, they will purchase from our Great American Farmers practically as much as our Farmers can produce.”

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  46. Make My Day says:

    Step by laborious step the conspiracy to rig the 2016 election and then to overthrow the duly elected government of President Trump is being exposed for all to see. The amount and extent of the corruption staggers the mind. The focus during all of this has been on the surveillance of the Trump campaign, his transition team and his administration. However, there is a fact that has largely been ignored by all the media.

    The 99 page report from the FISA Court in April 2017 was extremely critical of the FBI’s use of the NSA data feeds (by agents and contractors). One item stands out that has not been exhaustively explored. In the report the court indicates that during the time period from 11/1/2015 to 5/1/2016 85% of a specific type of query (type was redacted) were non-compliant. Most likely this was the “About” query which was later halted by Admiral Rogers.

    Although Trump was the front runner by the beginning of May, he certainly was not the front runner in November 2015. This begs the question. During the pre-primary period as well as the primaries was the Obama administration conducting surveillance on most or perhaps all the Republican candidates for political purposes?

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  47. Baygraver says:

    wow, there are certainly a lot of Sessions nay sayers posting, my 2 cents worth is trust POTUS, thus trust the AG, I feel this has been well planed and timed perfectly , so far, they are timing all of this to gain maximum benefit for the mid terms and it is playing out to do just that. I love to play devil’s advocate, so I would like to put something out there for everyone to chew on. There are a few things that I have observed that have kind of stuck in my craw so to speak, the 1st being the meeting that POTUS had with Mule Head the day before his appointment, you know full well that POTUS knew that he couldn’t serve as FBI head so why the meeting??? I also remember seeing Rosie in a rather candid camera shot coming out of the White House and going to his car/suv and it seemed that he couldn’t stop smiling, and this was at a time when he was taking all kinds of heat from all sides . I can’t help but wonder , could Mule Head and Rosie actually be White Hats? Could this whole special council been planned out ahead of time as a diversion for the Black Hats to feel safe and continue their traitorous conduct and thus entrap themselves? Everyone knows POTUS loves the Military and has surrounded himself in the White House with the best of the best, and I read somewhere that Mule Head served with distinction and received the Bronze Star, food for thought. POTUS is a master at what he does, he manipulates the MSM at will, and uses them as distractions when he wants to get things done, at least that’s the way it seems to me, he diverts attention away from the real agenda and pounces on the opportunity. Could all of this be part o a master plan of action to clean house of the Obama/Clinton /uni-party corruption that has infested DC using the only branch of the Gov. that he knew he could trust ? Did the Military recruit POTUS for this herculean effort??? I have actually read of this somewhere, that they asked him to run because they knew it would take someone like him to do this job, and they did so because DC was getting so corrupt and turning against the US in favor of foreign interests and MONEY, Think, Globalists, Bilderberg!
    So tell me , Plausible? Not? Think, research it, analyze, rationalize , add to it, shred it, comment on it, MAGA/KAG .

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    • G. Combs says:

      ‘…wow, there are certainly a lot of Sessions nay sayers posting…”

      Blade made an interesting observation a few days ago that I was sort of aware of but had not really thought about. ILLEGALS AND CHANGE IN DEMOGRAPHICS. The elite plan to destroy the USA via out breeding Deplorables using third worlders that breed like rabbits. The USA has now slipped to an average IQ of 98…

      Blade says: April 21, 2018 at 11:38 am
      One of the main talking points from RedState and PoopScoop elitists was that Trump was corrupt from 50 years of dealing in the Manhattan cesspool. He was “mobbed up” because of the stranglehold they had on certain contractors ( in fact, that perception is the reason he could never get a Nevada gaming license and went to Atlantic City instead ). He had to “grease palms”. “Suck up” to politicians. You know the drill, guilt by association.

      So according to this lame theory of Sessions being corrupt, then Trump must be 2.5x as bad. But its ludicrous because Sessions is not swamp, period. He had plenty of chances to lay down with the enemy and didn’t. Particularly with Amnesty and the death of America, where he stood up to the tanks like the Chinaman in Tienanmen Square when it would have been so simple to sell us out.

      Ironically, Sessions usually got graded at like 75% Conservative by the Intelligentsia as opposed to their favorites like Cruz and Lee. This of course is because they bake in “Free Trade” and warmongering as benchmarks while striking points for “protectionism”, “isolationism” and other bought and paid for (R)epublicrat sacraments. Sessions happens to be almost perfectly aligned with Trump on all the key points, they diverge at the most liberal social issues and this is hardly a dealbreaker.

      On the biggest issue of all, the only one that matters since we are at the end of the line now: Illegal Aliens, Amnesty, Sanctuary Cities and Voter Fraud they are 100% simpatico. And I can only think of a handful who are in this group: Trump, Sessions, Lamm, Tancredo, Kobach, Steve King. If anyone outside of this bunch is not AG at this moment in our history then we are screwed. Anyone who does not understand this simple point by now is pretty much hopeless, as is the country, and our kids and grandkids will be paying the price if demographics are not addressed. This is our last chance. These fantasy football or apprentice games about this person or that person are getting silly since the country is literally at stake.

      *Both* Trump and Sessions must survive, it is not either or. Trump needs to appoint Supreme Court Justices, and Sessions must hack away at Illegals, Voting Fraud, Sanctuaries, and hopefully the Consent Decree. This is serious business and Trump has the right killer in the job to get it done.”

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  48. Sound An Alarm says:

    Rep. Matt Gaetz brought up a good point. If the DOJ starts this investigation themselves, then Rosenstein has the initiative to stop all inquiry from Congressional oversight and anyone else from finding out what started the Trump Campaign collusion investigation..
    Remember, “We can’t discuss that or provide that because we have an ongoing investigation”?

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    • G. Combs says:

      Rosenstink is NOT in charge. Huber is and he and Horrowitz are just about finished. The IG report comes out in a week or two and there are now up to 29,000 sealed criminal cases in federal courts as of April 30th. The average per year is about 1,500.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I’ve seen online posters claim these 29,000 include search warrants, court proceedings, etc., not all actual criminal indictments.

        Comments?

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        • Mickturn says:

          We would only be guessing but from 1,500 to 29,000 is HUGE, about an 80% increase overall… and it is fair to assume many are criminal indictments due to what went down in the Big Ugly and associated crimes! Hopefully all the perps are named numerous times!

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  49. brh82 says:

    I’m thinking this afternoon at 3 Wray and Rosenstein will be getting walking papers from President Trump. They have been HUGE obstacles to Congress people getting the ONLY information that matters. Why keep trying to work through them when we are this close to the eye of the storm? What positive move has either one made since President Trump took office?

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      I thought Wray was a white hat & GOP?

      Michael Savage asserts Bolton blew up the North Korea deal with his bluster. … Bolton also said something like we would use the “Libian Model” for NK, which means removing Kim! … PDT had to correct Bolton. (Tape was played.)

      Trump isn’t perfect, and everything isn’t 4D chess.

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      • brh82 says:

        Wray and Rosenstein are from the Obama Administration. Why POTUS didn’t fire them, along with the bunch from State Department, on 1/20/17, I’ll never understand.

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        • Sau-Wing Lam says:

          Horowitz is also nominated by Obama but he looks like an upright guy.

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          • brh82 says:

            “Lookslike…” but we haven’t had a chance to verify. Mueller “Lookslike….” but you can put his name in a search engine and get plenty of evidence he is NOT an “upright guy” but is instead a guy in search of a way to impeach the President.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          Too many positions to fill? Non support of GOP?

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          • brh82 says:

            I’ve heard Obama cleaned out the place and brought in all his own people. I expected President Trump to do the same, but he only got rid of a band of lawyers, Preet Baharar among them.

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    • Sau-Wing Lam says:

      There are perhaps good reasons to not give out so many requested documents at this time when the IG reports are so close to being issued. I think that is why POTUS does not declassify any documents even though he could have with just one phone call. Everyone should just hold on for the IG reports which will have so many details, all with citations and sources, that the crimes committed are proven without any shadow of doubt.

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