Dan Bongino Discusses John Brennan – President Trump Modifies Schedule To Meet Rosenstein, Wray…

Earlier today President Trump highlighted a quote from Dan Bongino to the Fox News Morning group.  The citation references former CIA Director John Brennan and his rather looming responses to the requests by the office of the President for DOJ and FBI review.

Additionally, President Trump has changed the last half of his daily schedule to allow for a 3:00pm meeting today with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray.  Meeting Topic: ‘The Big Ugly’.

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899 Responses to Dan Bongino Discusses John Brennan – President Trump Modifies Schedule To Meet Rosenstein, Wray…

  1. burnett044 says:

    Ladies and Gentlemen…Please remain seated with your seat-belt fastened…
    We are experiencing another delay….but for yo ur entertainment while waiting we will have some Kabuki theater to keep you happy…thank you

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  2. phoenixRising says:

    Liked by 6 people

    • NJF says:

      So how is this narrative proven false. Napalitano was on saying “if there was a warrant, it’s totally legal, and the threshold to
      Get the warrant is low.”

      ??????

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      • woohoowee says:

        33,000 emails.

        Liked by 2 people

      • woohoowee says:

        Oh, and the Page/Strzok radactions.

        Liked by 2 people

      • paulraven1 says:

        That’s right. The Narrative is what will matter, and there is enough confusion about spying and safeguarding to either bore the public or neuter the outrage. The Left will push that narrative as if their lives depend on it, which they do, and without an army of narrative-busters with the MSM’s saturation reach, it will prevail. If I thought Trump had a team of people who knew how to both shatter and drive Narratives, I’d think differently. But he doesn’t.

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        • rvsueandcrew says:

          To hell with “narratives,” we have truth and justice on our side.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Dave Radetsky says:

            Unfortunately truth and justice do not always win out right away. Ultimately they will, but it may take a long time and lots of history to pass before it does. The Narrative controls the day for a time. Sometimes truth only wins in eternity. That’s why the fight must continue and everyone must be diligent. We are far from seeing the end of the mess. Right now they are on the ropes, but until they’re knocked out and dragged from the ring it’s not over.

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        • Oldschool says:

          I could not agree more PR. In addition to handing them the narrative, they give them the time to float it, edit it, and deliver it for weeks until it seems quite reasonable. Truth no longer matters.

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      • IMO, you shouldn’t listen to Nap anymore – he is BIGLY compromised!

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      • Cow wow says:

        Nap also said there were 3 separate Muller investigations
        1. Russia
        2. Obstruction
        and a 3rd I did not know- that Muller now has 20 years from Deuscha (sp) Bank of Mr. DJTrump’s banking records. (Before he became PDJT)
        Comments?

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      • Concernedcitizen says:

        I’m sorry Judge, that’s just an asinine statement. As a former Agent, I can tell you that when we appear before a Federal Judge to obtain a warrant, we swear an oath that the contents of the affidavit in support of the warrant are true. If you don’t vet the information contained in the affidavit, you cannot honestly swear that the information is true. Essentially this would be an unlawful warrant.

        If I presented an unverified, unvetted, salacious dossier to a FISA Judge in support of an intrusive wiretapping warrant, and swore that the information was true, I would be guilty of a gross injustice. Not only should I be fired, but I should be held accountable under the color of law statutes.

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        • zephyrbreeze says:

          This is great to know. And of course this is how it should be for the sake of fairness and justice. The traitor assume most people don’t know this, and of course, most of us don’t. But we do now.

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        • Cow wow says:

          TY Concernedcitizen!

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        • mimbler says:

          Yes, according to Nap’s logic, robbing a bank is totally legal as long as you aren’t caught.

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        • Minnie says:

          Thank you for the clarity, concerned.

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        • covfefe_USA says:

          Spot freaking on !!! And any warrant issued on this type of false info – or on the reckless disregard of the truth – may be quashed, with all info (the ‘fruits’ thereof) seized or obtained therefrom inadmissible in any court of law. Any law enforcement officer part of such a scheme then gets a ‘Brady’ jacket – meaning, the identity of the dirty LEO becomes discoverable ‘Brady’ material, forever coloring his/her official duties and performance.

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      • Judge Nap turned left ages ago. I no longer put 2 cents worth of integrity into his legal opinions. They are all leftist garbage–what he is hopeful will happen……

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    • JX says:

      There are procedures for using informants. Were the procedures followed or is this more lying by the DOJ?

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      • CopperTop says:

        Yes an informant will be detailed in 1023. There is one referenced in Simpson testimony. This still makes things a counter intelligence investigation…and so if the 1023 is in place it puts Mueller in cross hairs because he’s not authorized to run a counter-intelligence op…that’s where Judge Ellis has come in handy.

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      • Shadrach says:

        I think this “informant” title is super-interesting. What is the difference between an informant and a spy? If you search legal dictionaries, etc. an “informant” provides information to a law enforcement agency (FBI) and a spy is generally working internationally. So, other than who they report to, there’s little difference.

        So informant, spy. Tomato, tomahto. Let’s call the whole thing off.

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    • wtd says:

      Calm down, liberals. I’m just investigating Obama to protect him…heh!

      Liked by 10 people

    • Paco Loco says:

      https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-21/fbi-informant-stefan-halper-paid-over-1-million-obama-admin-spied-trump-aide-after

      Nice job if you can get it. Halper made a cool million paid for by the DoD. What’s the DoD doing paying a spy?

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      • Dave Radetsky says:

        Interesting that Zerohedge is reporting over $1 million. I’ve read $250,000 elsewhere. I wonder what the real numbers are?

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  3. phoenixRising says:

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  4. Kristin says:

    I am patiently waiting. More unveiling by the hour. But the train is in motion.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. JoD says:

    The Wall Street Journal (and others) want to know ….where’s Obama?
    Netflix….LIVE from Levenworth…It’s the Barry O Show!

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  6. Lu Calico says:

    WTF is AG Sessions doing? Nothing but allowing this mess to go on, with that freak Brennan threatening our duly elected POTUS, now. Sessions is responsible for this mess. He needs to be impeached!

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    • Konamon says:

      I heard he was in Bulgaria but can’t be sure.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Oh, shut up already! OMG! He is overseas right now.

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      • churchmouse says:

        Yes, but where is the source article?

        Seriously, I have been staying up past midnight (now 1:19 a.m.) looking everywhere for a link. CTH readers in the US are also looking for one right now, so far to no avail.

        If you have a link, please post it. Otherwise, it appears to be possible fake news.

        Many thanks in advance.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Still looking, churchmouse. Maybe they keep the whereabouts of such VIPs under wraps?

          Liked by 1 person

          • churchmouse says:

            ‘Still looking, churchmouse’. So was I, friend, against my better instincts and came up with nothing.

            ‘Maybe they keep the whereabouts of such VIPs under wraps?’ It’s tantalising that someone posted this item and neglected to link it. Now, two or three other people are stating this as fact. Ugh!

            Never mind. Let’s give it a rest. The feelers (i.e. requests for facts) are out there. Let’s see if anyone will reply.

            Maybe Sundance will come up with it.

            Thank you very much for your efforts, ezpz2.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Found it!
          https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/05/21/may-21st-2018-presidential-politics-trump-administration-day-487/comment-page-5/#comment-5407164

          ion says:
          May 21, 2018 at 3:09 pm
          POTUS schedule
          UPDATE – Monday, 21 May 2018
          FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

          3:00 PM Oval Office Meeting – ATND: Christopher A. Wray, FBI; Rod Rosenstein, DOJ; Dan Coats, DNI

          Note: This meeting was already on the private schedule – added to the “public” schedule by WH.
          Sessions is in Bulgaria and then in Croatia

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        • ezpz2 says:

          ion says:
          May 21, 2018 at 3:09 pm
          POTUS schedule
          UPDATE – Monday, 21 May 2018
          FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

          3:00 PM Oval Office Meeting – ATND: Christopher A. Wray, FBI; Rod Rosenstein, DOJ; Dan Coats, DNI

          Note: This meeting was already on the private schedule – added to the “public” schedule by WH.
          Sessions is in Bulgaria and then in Croatia

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          • churchmouse says:

            Thank you.

            The ‘Note’ added from ion’s post is interesting, because the tweet doesn’t say anything about Sessions:

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            • ezpz2 says:

              Hmmm…and the more I search for the actual words, this may not even be recent.
              Info overload, but at least I did find where I saw it. Whew.

              Liked by 1 person

    • Dave Radetsky says:

      Saying Sessions is responsible is just looking to use him as a scapegoat. We may be disappointed in him, but he’s not in control of this situation. If anyone could have done something it’s Congress, but there are only a handful of people there who are on Trump’s side. The rest want him out and were hoping that Mueller and the rest would be successful.

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  7. waltherppk says:

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    • DanO64 says:

      Nightstand or Ft. Marcy Park? Decisions, decisions.

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      • Concerned Virginian says:

        The “decision” will be made FOR Mr. Brennan. He’s being trailed by the Nightstand, Fort Marcy Park, the potential “botched robbery”, the “unfortunate accident”, the “extended vacation”, 24/7—and I believe he knows it.

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    • Kris Langley says:

      Is it just me, or does John B. always seem to look like someone stuck a cork in the tail end of his alimentary canal?

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    • Blade says:

      If it hasn’t happened already, Brennan must be staying up at night waiting for OIG and Agency technicians to scour his homes and equipment. Even Langley directors are not untouchable. Remember John Deutch who got a wrist slap but still had his stuff raided …

      New York Slimes :: Former Chief of C.I.A. Is Stripped Of Right to Classified Information

      By STEVEN LEE MYERS AUG. 21, 1999

      The Central Intelligence Agency announced today that it had suspended the security clearance of its former Director, John M. Deutch, after concluding that as Director he had improperly handled national secrets on a desktop computer at his home.

      Mr. Deutch’s actions, which occurred during the 18 months he served as Director of Central Intelligence before resigning in December 1996, left highly classified information on an unsecured computer, vulnerable to spies or computer hackers, the agency concluded.

      The suspension is the first time in the agency’s 52 years that a former Director has been stripped of access to highly classified information.

      In a statement announcing the suspension, the agency said the current Director, George J. Tenet, had imposed the suspension ”for an indefinite period of time” after the agency’s inspector general concluded that Mr. Deutch had created a risk to the nation’s security.

      While the inspector general’s report ”found no evidence that national security information was lost, the potential for damage to U.S. security existed as a result of the actions described in the report,” the statement said.

      The accusations against Mr. Deutch arose days after he stepped down as Director, when C.I.A. technicians reviewing equipment in his house in Maryland discovered highly classified information on a computer. Although the computer belonged to the agency, it was not equipped to contain classified information.

      In April, Newsweek magazine reported that the technicians had discovered 31 secret files, including documents related to Iraq and a 1996 terrorist bombing in Saudi Arabia that killed 19 American troops. Officials at the C.I.A. declined to discuss the files in greater detail, so the extent of lapses by Mr. Deutch and the nature of the data involved remain unknown.

      In a statement also released by the agency, Mr. Deutch expressed regret for mishandling the information and acknowledged he had failed to follow the strict rules for safeguarding secrets. He said he respected Mr. Tenet’s decision to suspend his clearance.

      ”I want to make it clear that I never considered the information to be at risk or intended to violate security procedures,” Mr. Deutch said. ”But good intentions are simply not good enough. Strict compliance is the standard.”

      Mr. Deutch’s case has parallels to the one against Wen Ho Lee, a physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico who was dismissed in March after being accused of transferring classified computer files to a personal computer. Mr. Lee remains the subject of an investigation into whether he passed information about the nation’s nuclear arsenal to China. He has acknowledged downloading secret files, but denies giving the material to anyone.

      Administration officials said the decision to discipline Mr. Deutch had nothing to do with the uproar over Mr. Lee and China’s espionage. But an associate of Mr. Deutch suggested that the furor over security lapses at Los Alamos had created a climate that made it difficult for the agency not to punish Mr. Deutch harshly.

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  8. Konamon says:

    Based on this meeting what did Jeff Sessions say? He is supposed to be our AG, I thought.

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  9. phoenixRising says:

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  10. CNN damage control in full force. I will translate;
    1- Nothing to see here
    2- Wild accusations made by POTUS45s nazi friends
    3- The President gets all of his intelligence info from Fox and Friends or Breitbart

    #3 always cracks me up. Does CNN realize that the CIA, FBI, NSA, and DNI all report to him and he has pulled and read every document pertaining to this scandal? Do they really believe he is wandering the halls of the WH, eating hamburgs, texting Steve Bannon, and watching cable news for intelligence? Man, they have to be clueless. Trump uses Alinsky, game theory, Machiavelli, and Sun Tzu. His tweets push a narrative that the public can understand. They are not meant to be precise. It takes too long and too many moving parts. They are meant to be repeated over and over and over to sink into the public’s conscience. And he purposefully puts in an error (I was wire tapped at TT) so the MSM will repeat it over and over and over thinking they have him on the error. But they actually push the underlying narrative to the masses. The next tweet then adds on top of the previous ones. Very very modern take on Alinsky. Imagine that!

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  11. Redhotrugmama says:

    I am very disappointed in Jeff Sessions. Jeff Sessions=AGINO (AG In Name Only). Sadly I feel he is a black hat (heavy sigh)

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  12. phoenixRising says:

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    • Paco Loco says:

      maybe it was Madeliene Doright…she was there too.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Am starting to get a nasty feeling that #10 Downing Street, MI6, and Buckingham Palace are all up to their eyeballs in this. (Of course there won’t be ANY “fingerprints” from the Throne on this one.)

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  13. CopperTop says:

    Gutfeld today was great, explaining the thinking about the DOJ small group. ‘Like me they thought they were do-gooders. Someone had to save us from Trump. Not realizing that this was soooo wrong.’

    He should have added and not realizing that Brennan was putting them up to it. No matter who won. Brennan would see his communist leaning Valerie Jarrett policies remain beyond 44s tenure.

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    • DanO64 says:

      Never trust a communist.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dave Radetsky says:

      Gutfeld has always been a never Trumper. I don’t trust him.

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      • Deb says:

        He has seen the light. I don’t fault people for coming around, especially if they spread the word.

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        • Dave Radetsky says:

          The few clips I’ve heard of him in the last 4-6 weeks have shown no change to me. However, as GB Bari replied to me below, he might have woken up to the “insanity of this lawless coup” and I would accept that. But overall, Gutfeld has been very questionable since even before Trump ran for office. I’ll accept that he might be better on this particular issue right now, but I won’t go so far as to say I trust him. I’ll cautiously wait and see but those that spoke so much against Trump have to do more than just say a few nice things now. Time will prove whether they are really changed or not and until then I’ll be cautiously realistic.

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      • GB Bari says:

        There’s a whole lot of room in between being a NeverTrumper and advocating a coup to remove a legally elected President from office. Gutfield obviously sees through the insanity of this lawless coup, regardless of whether or not he’s changed his personal opinions.

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      • uvaldegirl says:

        I was so disappointed. He was a Cruz bot I think. I look upon him as someone who will flipflop on Trump pending the news of the day.

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    • Deb says:

      We need to keep repeating that the ends do not justify the means.

      The left think they do. This is how you end up with so much corruption.

      Law and order can only be maintained if we all agree that the ends do not justify the means.

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      • GB Bari says:

        If the founders felt that way, we wouldn’t be an independent nation. We’d be a part of the British empire.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Gutfeld is always good. He and mark steyn are the wittiest guys. Different styles, but wicked smart, quick and funny.

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      • steph_gray says:

        Very true. We need our comedians.. Can’t have the left think they have more or better ones! (They don’t. Ours are smart.)

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  14. burnett044 says:

    There are days when I think we will never get justice…it is taking far too long….
    I feel like just not giving a damn any more……then i put on this video again….take a deep breath and carry on..

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  15. Johnny says:

    Good Gravy, the President has liberal heads exploding right now. I wonder how much this herd of trolls cost, sent here to try and disrupt the comments on here. Do they get overtime for being over stupid? These discussions have been going on here for a year or more. I have been posting here 3 months myself and I have learned most of the commenters here or at least I can recognize the name. I did not open this up till I got home and POW there are dozens of active trolls trashing the comments here. I would say that our President has got the liberals leaving skid marks in there underwear that look like 747 landing gear marks on the runway.

    Suck it trolls and you liberals, the Big Ugly has arrived and the bill has come due. LOL

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    • Minnie says:

      How about this to exacerbate their SPLODEY heads?

      Fox News Alert just now on Tucker:

      “IG Report On Clinton Case Expected to Hit FBI Leaders for Sitting on Emails in 2016”

      Just doing my part to elevate their angst 🦁

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  16. scott467 says:

    I think prison is going to agree with John Brennan. He seems well suited for it. His entire demeanor screams ‘thug’.

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  17. burnett044 says:

    Many say we will not able to lock Hillary Obama Brennan and a host of other corrupt crooks up..
    well this may or may not be true….
    but we have to try and keep trying…if we fail…I can live with that….but to not try…I can not live with that.

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    • Dave Radetsky says:

      Brennan is a far different story than Hillary or Obama when it comes to prison. I don’t think we’ll even get a chance to try with Hillary and Obama. Brennan very well could serve time as many in Watergate did. But a former President and First Lady won’t even get close to being sentenced to prison. At most they’d get a bit of dirt on their reputations, but prison time won’t happen in our society so I don’t even worry about it. That’s something that would mean that there is a system of justice that is the same for those in Washington as there is for the rest of us and that isn’t going to happen no matter what Trump does. He doesn’t have that much time in office to accomplish that kind of change.

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      • Let's Pop Smoke says:

        Disagree about Obama and HRC. Wait until the contents of the Anthony Weiner laptop hit the news. There will be nowhere for them to run and hide and jail will be a foregone conclusion. It won’t matter who they are!

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      • Jake says:

        How about a Presidential pardon that gets revoked if you jaywalk.

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  18. zephyrbreeze says:

    There’s no going back. We can’t un-know what we all now know.

    We see what we see.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Shanna Gruen says:

      But unfortunately we’re the minority in the country. Most people either aren’t even aware of what’s really going on or they are swayed by the left to believe the mainstream media. We have to remember that half of eligible voters do not vote and half of those who do vote for the left. So, even if everyone who votes with our side fully understands what’s going on, it’s still a minority of the country.

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      • kevlarskave says:

        Agreed. The damage done to our country’s educational system continues to produce generations of unlearned clones who are prisoners to their feelings. Notice the acceptance of socialism even as socialist countries devolve into chaos. We our rotting from within.

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      • zephyrbreeze says:

        There’s a reason that Jesus: ye are the salt of the earth.

        Tiny, but potent.

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      • Jake says:

        Sundance and Q have been telling us for a long time that the President can’t just come out with the information. There’s too much to absorb. Congress has been playing the outside game. All of the Committees and the attention they garner is meant to slowly inform the public. DOJ/FBI have the inside game, Congress has the outside game. We Treepers have been slowly educating those we know and interact with. This was the Presidents plan. We are now in the Justice phase where the OIG reports are coming out in sections to start the legal ramification process. It has been heating up in the press ever since the report on McCabe was released. The drums are beating non stop with more and more dire news for the guilty. I think the public will be well aware before the hammer finally drops.

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  19. Delibero says:

    Bongino, Nunes, POTUS etc have joined the ranks of countless Americans throughout history that bravely stood up for America when it needed them most. The more vehement and threatening the criticism they receive, the more determined and effective they become.

    That is what has saved America in the past. However, their opponents are also Americans. But they are led by politically corrupted opportunists and fools and the majority of “the people” should ultimately turn against these nation destroyers (illegal coup participants, open borders, sanctuary cities…) like they have at other crucial times in the past.

    America is still a “government of the people, by the people, and for the people” (I think) so they will decide the outcome. Unfortunately, the corrupt MSM was not as prolific or so widely deranged and obsessed when those words were written so the outcome is uncertain.

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    • Shanna Gruen says:

      Technically our nation has a government that is of, by, and for the people. But in reality we have abandoned that years ago. We are now a nation that is mostly ruled by people who see themselves as of a different class than us. They see themselves as being wiser than the citizenry and they ignore our wishes. Sure, the president, who is head of one branch of our government, understands serving the people, but Congress and the Judiciary are mostly filled with people who believe they rule over us and are not held to the same standards or laws. Trump is doing amazing things, but this is going to be a very long war.

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  20. phoenixRising says:

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  21. phoenixRising says:

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  22. phoenixRising says:

    John has a twitter thread — just click on the tweet

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  23. Fools Gold says:

    I think Trump has made his mind up that it’s time to quit the rope-a-dope ploy and knock a few sombeechs out. Meanwhile Sessions in the corner, I hear ya boss sick that mofo, as he takes away the blood bucket and steps out of the ring for the last 5 rounds.

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  24. phoenixRising says:

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  25. dawg says:

    I think the terms “spy”, “mole” and “informant” are all misnomers.

    What we had was a “provocateur” and a “floater(s)”.

    Provocateur-An operative sent to incite a target group to action for purposes of entrapping or embarrassing them

    The “provocateur” would be Stefan Halper.

    Floater-A person used one time, occasionally, or even unknowingly for an intelligence operation

    The “floaters” would be Carter Page and George Papadopolous.

    https://www.spymuseum.org/education-programs/news-books-briefings/language-of-espionage/

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  26. dawg says:

    I think that considering the majority of the population is totally clueless as to what happened, this all has to be uncovered slowly and methodically so that it can be digested by the public at large.

    Uncovering everything too quickly and exposing it all at once would likely be too much to take in and result in only a minority truly comprehending the scope of it all and thus brushing it off, and/or being more likely to believe what the MSM will be spinning when and if the indictments and prosecutions come down, which would be “political retribution, tyranny by Trump, etc…”

    I don’t think we will see anybody going to jail for a while, and that will ONLY happen IF we keep majority in November ’18 AND Trump is re-elected in 2020.

    This is my theory to explain the possible reason for Trump not broadly declassifying everything at once.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      If this doesn’t wind up convicting some Republician Senators, Democrap Senators and quite a few house members on both sides I’ll be disappointed and worrying about the fact that it all could happen again during my kids and grandkids rein.

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    • Echo says:

      “I think that considering the majority of the population is totally clueless as to what happened.”

      There’s your problem. if the MSM doesn’t say Watergate x5 is happening joe sixpack never knows. He still gets his “impressions” of reality from 30 sec tv sound bites.

      CTH is preaching to the converted, this will never be another Watergate x5 unless the MSM deems it so.

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