Surveillance Target Sam Clovis Discusses His Contacts With FBI/CIA Intelligence Agent Stefan Halper…

I’m working on a rather comprehensive outline to put all of the actions within the larger political operation together; things in sequence will make much more sense. However, in the interim, here’s former Trump campaign adviser Sam Clovis discussing his encounters with the CIA controlled intelligence agent Stefan Halper.

[*Note* For the sake of context, intellectual honesty and narrative transparency, it is important to note that Sam Clovis is legally represented by Victoria Toensing, wife of Joe diGenova. The reason for this understanding will become more obvious at a later date.] WATCH:

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Note how the thread/relationship connecting Stefan Halper and Carter Page is surfacing with growing clarity.

It has been admitted that Stefan Halper was an asset paid by the U.S. government, contracted by the CIA and FBI, for activity within FBI operation “Crossfire Hurricane”. I would draw more specific attention to how often we are hearing the word “contractor” in relationship to these intelligence operations.

Keep your eyes and ears open for the term “contractor“. The frequency of that term within these stories is not an accidental.

Edward Snowden was an NSA contractor.  Reality Winner was an NSA contractor.  Christopher Steele was an FBI contractor. Daniel Richman was an FBI contractor. Nellie Ohr was a CIA contractor. Stefan Halper was an FBI/CIA Contractor. Glenn Simpson was an FBI/CIA contractor.  Fusion-GPS was an FBI contractor.  Crowdstrike is an FBI contractor. The FBI approached Oleg Deripaska about being a repeat FBI contractor etc. ….Within the larger story, pay close attention to where/when you see the term “contractor“.

The FISA court has become a misnomer in this storyline.  The metadata, the raw material needed for electronic surveillance and spy operations, always exists regardless of engagement with the FISA court.

The extraction, review and analysis of that metadata does not require a FISA court ordered warrant; it only requires a person have “access” to do the search.  Nothing more.  “Access” is the key to electronic surveillance and data-mining, not “authority”.

Remember that.

Access is the key.

Hence, contractor access opens doors.

The ideology of the contractor determines what they do with that access.

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313 Responses to Surveillance Target Sam Clovis Discusses His Contacts With FBI/CIA Intelligence Agent Stefan Halper…

  1. billrla says:

    Any relation to Puxatawny Phil?

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    • Minnie says:

      Excellent timetable presented by McCarthy.

      Watch this video 👍

      Liked by 9 people

      • Carrie says:

        So, as McCarthy pointed out- nobody wants to give the exact date for the National Security meeting- or to say who exactly attended. Doesn’t this have to be written down somewhere? I mean official notes of dates, times and attendance? Is this perhaps some of the things that Nunes is seeking and having a hard time getting?
        It is a bit annoying, though, to hear McCarthy make the argument, that maybe the Obama FBI/CIA had actual grounds to be worried about the Russians entering the campaign when McCarthy already knows about Halper’s connections to Carter Page and Papadopoulus. Sigh. Frustrating that he is pretending to stay neutral.

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        • sandab00 says:

          IT is troubing to hear this from McCarthy. He’s either pretending to stay neutral or worse…

          Liked by 7 people

          • billrla says:

            Sandaboo: This is what bothers me about giving the internet equivalent of air time to all the “expert commentators.” Their loyalties and motives are always in play.

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            • mopar2016 says:

              So if a spy is secretly inserted into president Trump’s team that’s okay????
              How can that not be a crime? To say that the spy was only there to protect against Russia is a not acceptable, and it’s very insulting to anyone with a brain of their own.

              How would these Russians rig the electoral college? They can’t
              If Dubya would’ve done that to bongo it would’ve definitely been a crime, there would be no debate about it.

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          • ezpz2 says:

            Yeah, I wasn’t too crazy about the chicken/egg theme that Martha opened with. The two of them were trying just a tad too hard to put forth the possibility that there may have indeed been justification to spy on a political campaign.

            Rarely watch her show. I think she inherited Megyn’s team with the same “Breaking Tonight” graphics that Megyn used. All. The. Time. EVERYTHING was always “breaking tonight”. Everything.

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        • littleanniesfannie says:

          If Comey knew, we know that he wrote copious memos so maybe we could see one!
          This is getting too close to Obama himself. He played off his house purchase in DC, but it is becoming more and more obvious that this play was totally CYA since the destruction of Trump and his family is falling apart.
          Even Chucky Schumer is having to grovel and point fingers. For him to throw stones at Nunes only goes to prove that the heat in their kitchen is becoming unbearable. Chucky cannot afford the implosion of the DemonKKKrat House of Cards. Sadly, the Obama/Clinton cabal is being outed and shown to be the criminals that they have always been! You know it is sad when Bubba appears to be the purest of the DemonKKKrat snow!
          Ouch!!

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        • wheatietoo says:

          McCarthy was a never-trumper, remember.

          I have been hoping for the best, regarding Andrew McCarthy…but watchful of any remnants of his previous bias against our President.

          Liked by 17 people

          • Coldeadhands says:

            Without apologies for having been a nevertrumper, I do not trust McCarthy. I’m interested in his opinion because he has done some good work. He’s still a pig.

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          • The Devilbat says:

            Wheatietoo, I prefer Joe McCarthy. History has proven him to have been 100% right about the damned communists. Every single one of our government departments has been infiltrated by communist vermin. Time to call in the rat catcher.

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        • Curry Worsham says:

          McCarthy is defending “the Presidency” not President Trump.

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          This isn’t my take re: McCarthy at all. His argument (it’s really more of a mental exercise) is even if you give try to give them the benefit of some sort of honesty, their actions still don’t make any sense and are highly irregular. The conclusion is the same…Crooked.

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          “that maybe the Obama FBI/CIA had actual grounds to be worried about the Russians entering the campaign”

          Ok… give me a minute to stop laughing. Wiping eyes… ahem .. OK

          If they had a genuine concern about Russian interference in our elections, why were they reaching out to Russians to interfere in our elections ? If they had a genuine concern (Remember Obama built, apparently all his lonesome a massive datebase that has Intel on everyone) they could have surveiled the Russian operatives they suspected LEGALLY.

          If they had a genuine concern for Russian meddling – Hillary would not have acted with gross negligence with her Classified email. If they had genuine concerned, Debbie ” I hate my hair” Wassermann should have been fired for incompetence in who she hired for the DNC database maintenance. If they had genuine concern about Russian interference and access maybe they should not have inked the Uranium 1 Deal.

          IF they were genuine concerned…

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    • wheatietoo says:

      It’s really great to see these pundits finally talking about the things you have been writing about for a year, Sundance.

      I eagerly await the Outline you’re working on.
      😀
      No pressure, though.
      You’ve given us so much to chew on already, there is a lot to ponder.

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Just an off the cuff comment Wheatie and something we may have to realize.

        These people actually did not perform many of these actions in a professional manner….they thought she would win…they were drinking having parties…who cared if stuff was done by the book….

        So now they are asked to provide documentation for this or that as they were supposed to do….and it may be like…..”Ah….we didn’t actually do that”…”We were supposed to but…ah…we just did what we wanted” ….”we didn’t need on Stinkin Paperwork”

        Friggin Keystone Cops…. it is actually like a clown show…..

        To put it bluntly, and may not sound very good, but….

        “How can you properly prosecute them if there is not a paper trail, because they actually did not perform their job properly to leave a paper trail…..

        I know…doesn’t make sense….but what about this does…

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Hopefully, Gunny, they will get tangled up in all their lies and schemes.

          The ‘absence’ of a paper trail is incriminating too.
          It implies that they had something to hide…so they got rid of the paper work that would incriminate them.

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        • seekingthetruth2 says:

          In my knowledge of expert work, in medical malpractice civil litigation, if you did not enter it into the electronic medical record (EMR), it means, very simply, that it did not happen. You can argue otherwise, but, good luck with that. Oh, if later, you state that it did happen, an audit trail will prove you altered, ex post facto, the medical record.

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          • Deb says:

            This makes me curious. Medical malpractice usually causes physical evidence. The person seeking damages will have physical evidence of the health issues caused by the malpractice. So how can the paper trail be the only evidence that matters?

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            • jello333 says:

              I think the point is that the doctor/nurse had better make sure they document (EMR) everything. Otherwise, if they’re sued and claim “I’m certain I told the patient that he should restart his meds”, if they didn’t note that in their records they’re probably out of luck.

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    • distracted2 says:

      Just an observation, Sundance. Last night during Carter Page’s interview with Laura Ingraham, as well as Caputo, Laura drilled Carter about his dealings with Halper. Carter was super cagey about it. He didn’t answer a single question – all the while with that stupid grin on his face. Meanwhile, Caputo looked intent, almost grim, and then he let it rip.

      Carter Page is not being truthful.

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    • Marvin says:

      Let’s make this simple…1) Page was approached by Russian operatives (this is the important part). 2.) Page approached the FBI and told them of the approach. 3.) FBI investigates and people are prosecuted and deported. 4.) A FISA warrant is based on a dossier that mentions Page, BUT Simpson, et al, don’t know that Page was a informant for the FBI. %) The DOJ neglects to tell the FISA court about 2 and 3 and gets a Title 2 surveillance warrant for Page. They continue to renew it based on information they glean from informants who try to frame low level Trump campaign and transition people.

      The ultimate motive was to get rid of Trump.

      The problem is that there are several threads to this saga unless they are separated serve only to obfuscate what went on. I’ve only outlined one thread there are obviously others, all with the same motive – get rid of Trump.

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  2. MikeN says:

    I think you are overstating what is available in metadata searches or About Queries. It is either a list of available records, or a binary yes/no as to the existence of records. I don’t think you would get the actual records.

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    • sundance says:

      Nope. Not overstated. The NSA database can give you access to phone calls, transcripts, text messages, emails, full surveillance on every American – it’s all scooped up.

      *Note* was modified in 2017 to lessen captures.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        And stored in that very yuge facility in Utah.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        As the NSA’s been vacuuming up all cable-borne trans-Pacific and trans-Atlantic data for many years, not to mention programs like Carnivore chewing its way through individual privacy and space-based programs still on the black side the NSA’s Domestic Surveillance Directorate’s Utah Data Center’s a logical conclusion.

        If you go to their vsite: https://nsa.gov1.info/utah-data-center/ the unclas info they give you is interesting – especially their water usage. They either have some big swimming rec areas or need that water for cooling. Of course the guestimated 1 yottabyte storage capacity and the open source computer systems they admit to could justify the estimated 65-megawatts of electricity and large amounts of water they’re saying they’ll use.

        Should be no problems storing that metadata, they already admit it was built with expansion in mind and we don’t really know how much of their structures are below ground so even the ‘1 yottabyte’ figure may well be low. Nolte the NSA on their site admits that they’re building an exaflop computer to break encrypted traffic while storing all ‘suspicious’ data until they can comb through it. The idea that this same, or a duplicate, exaflop system could be used to comb through all of that unencrypted metadata with algorithms designed to compile ‘suspicious’ data into…ummmm…’actionable’ data isn’;t lost on me.
        Oh WTF, just look at that sign on the bulletin board the the Urah Center’s Admin Building: “If You Have Nothing to Hide You have Nothing to Fear” and allllllll of your irrational paranoid delusions should be put to rest.

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        • Ad rem says:

          Found you in the bin czar…. 😦

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          • czarowniczy says:

            Figured that, if it don’t pop up on the site I’m sure it’s either in the bin or lost in space. In any event if I can’t replicate it I’ll just call the spooks ar Camp Williams to see if they can dig it up.

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        • “so even the ‘1 yottabyte’ figure may well be low”

          The unit symbol for the yottabyte is YB.
          1 YB = 10008bytes = 1024bytes = 1000000000000000000000000bytes = 1000zettabytes = 1trillionterabytes

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          • czarowniczy says:

            Yes, I know that but with the system alread in place being bandied about at a yottabyte , the size and admitted capability of their new supercomputer to comb thru info, it sorta stands to reason they aren’t telling you their true capacities or capabilities.
            We also don’t throw things away, once in the system it’s generally there for the duration, if it’s not in working storage it’s out in the shed. Your

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            • czarowniczy says:

              $%#@& Chromebook…..
              Your info will be there for a while, I’ll bet that the grandchildren of spook bureaucrats yet to be born will still be able to look up what you bought at Walmart lasy year. So will Walmart.

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      • Ken says:

        Long time lurker, first post.

        Quick question: If the NSA database has everything, then won’t it have Hillary’s deleted emails?

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      • nbkilgore says:

        Sundance, after reviewing more information, further analyzing documents and characters, I am under the belief that Brennan and Clapper were doubled crossed by one or two of the contractors. Review the Brennan videos, tweets and etc. over the past 17-18 months, his attitude went from certainty to hostile. Clapper is just a total FUBAR and is now in total covering my ass mode. Note, one of the contractors has not surfaced for sometime now, is he still alive or did he go into hiding knowing that he did a con job on Brennan! Just my side bar with you, keep up the great work Sundance, cheers!

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        • David A says:

          Double crossed how, why, specify what you mean please.

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          • nbkilgore says:

            David A, FBI, Brennan and others have to rely on the use of contractors for plausible deniability. Each Contractors used are given a specific task, ops, planting evidence for set up, or insertion for the purpose of intel gathering, etc. In order to start putting some of the puzzle piece together, you need to do some back tracking and examine activities happening back then (mid-2015) and moving forward to the present. I’ve been deep diving pretty much all night and spit balling so I’m tossing some nuggets out for you/others to dig on. Oh, where is Halper (one of the Contractors), is he alive, hiding, who is he really hiding from and why. Early on, Brennan was pretty sure of himself that more derogatory information (against DJT) was about to hit when the Steel dossier started to sputter, but as time went on “nada” – “zilch”, he didn’t get the boom that he was expecting (what did he give to the contractor to plant, drop, etc. but wasn’t delivered, Brennan was counting on something). He went from certainty to cockiness to out right hostile. Sundance will most likely hit more on Contractors later on, but hopefully I put out enough out for you and others. Work/theory in progress, cheers! Nap time, later!

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      The way I understand it is the ability to “query” is highly restricted part and the “key to the lock box”. Get the key and your in.

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  3. kevin kelly says:

    So where were you when you heard about the biggest criminal political scandal in history?

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  4. Minnie says:

    Thank you, Sundance.

    Your thorough and clear analysis is always appreciated.

    Gratitude 🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸

    Liked by 24 people

  5. BocephusRex says:

    Just wondering who will be the first to crack—-and the first to be indicted (after McCabe)-

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  6. JustSomeInputFromAz says:

    All these nefarious shenanigans and WE STILL WON!

    Liked by 31 people

  7. Zimbalistjunior says:

    The Cubans who broke into watergate were contractors too.

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    • WSB says:

      Ha! Yes! Plumbers!

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        But even they didn’t have anywhere the amount of BS thrown their way as PDJT has had. The need for plumbers in DC increases every day! Guess the DNC and other cheaters have Roto Rooter on speed dial. Otherwise, their boots won’t be made for walking—every step they take will just distribute more natural fertilizer!!

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I was struck by Caputo’s statement that it was a contractor who worked for an agency….I thought to myself good heavens I’ve seen this movie before. Why are all of these people who get caught “contractors?” Are they controlled so much looser than “real” employees? Screened more casually? WTH?

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      • Carrie says:

        I’m also annoyed that the 3 letter agencies use so many private contractors. That is just rife for abuse. Don’t get me started on private contractors like Fusion GPS having access to the NSA database or other contractors having access probably to the Amazon/CIA Cloud…

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        • wheatietoo says:

          CrowdStrike is even worse.

          CS employs dark web hackers that specialize in penetrating servers and creating viruses/malware.
          It masquerades as a ‘computer security firm’.

          Crowdstrike shouldn’t be allowed anywhere close to govt data.
          But they are an arm of Google…so they probably were given all sorts of access, during the O-regime.

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        • sandab00 says:

          They engage contractors, in part, for plausible (or inpluasible in this case) deniability for the dirty tricks! Hang.Them.All

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        • singular says:

          I’ve been I under the impression that the Bushes and Cheiney amped up the use of contractors, especially in the military. It worried me at the time.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        It’s because ‘contractors’ can get away with all sorts of things that govt employees are not supposed to do.

        Reality Winner worked for a ‘contractor’ named “Pluribus International Corp”.
        Who are they?
        I hadn’t heard of them before Reality Winner getting arrested.
        But they are an ‘NSA Contractor’.

        Whatcha bet they wouldn’t pass the scratch-and-sniff test.

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      • Burnt Toast says:

        Yes

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Sacrificial lambs….in the event something goes wrong…get paid well…but if they get caught…they are on their own..

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      • Carrie says:

        Also, these private contractors have conflicts of interests. See Fusion GPS- they had American clients and Russian ones too! Sending in the female Russian lawyer to Trump Tower pleased 2 different clients at the same time! The DNC/Hillary was pleased because it tainted those at the meeting, but the Russians were also pleased because they caused confusion and disinformation during the election and they were invited to do so! Also, who knows if Fusion GPS’s informational gathering at the NSA database didn’t also benefit the Russians in some way? The agencies can be so easily played in this way. It just seems ridiculous easily manipulated they could be.

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      • Oldschool says:

        Yes sylvia, “contractors” work outside the constraints of the rules and oversight (little as it is) that emoyees are subjected to.

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        • Carrie says:

          Whoa. If the large majority of that half a million are not directly overseen on a day to day basis by a governmental agency, then that is an enormous security risk. That said, there’s always people like Debbie Washingmachine Schultz befriending people like the Awans 😫

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          • czarowniczy says:

            This is a misconception…there well may be 500,000 persons CLEARED to access Top Secret information but how many actually have ACCESS?
            A TS clearance, unless they’ve changed the limits, is good for 5 years then, unless you do a bring-up to revalidate the clearance the TS access expires. You may only haveb intermittant access to TS data or it could have been a one time access but the expoense and bother involved makes it logical that your cklearance stays valid just in case you may need access again.
            Classified information at its base ‘belongs’ to whoever has the permissions to allow access. My commander ‘owned’ that information as he is the one who determined I needed acess to that information and authorized my accessing it. In my early days a TS access billet was a rare thing, their number was limited and controlled. My CO had a Secret and those of us in the SCIF had TS – not an unusual thing. I couldn’t go leafing through whatever TS subjects popped up on a network/agency search, I had to have justification as any access leaves footprints. EG: the CIA had a special HUMINT classification. The program was TS/SCI with two levels. At one level you just had to be read in to the SCI program but at the other you also had to have a nasty polygraph exam before being granted permissions.My CO didn’t have access\ though he had to authorize my accessing the site – the information belonged to the Company and I still had to justify to them any data I was going to access.
            So it’s no sweat – my TS was still listed as good for 4 years after I retired but there was no way in hell or Bayonne that I’d be getting access

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            • Mujhunter says:

              You make some great points. However, during my time with the ISG we were connected to about everything on the various classified networks. I recall spending a lot of my downtime browsing through the JWICS network which included CIA, DIA, and a bit of NSA material.

              And since I handled a lot of HUMINT related IIRs, I did a tremendous amount of reading of that material being published by other originators (although the vast majority of that was Secret, or Confidential).

              But SAP (SCI) level stuff resided on segregated servers which required folks to be “read-on” to have access.

              As for Fusion GPS, I again wonder if they were a cleared facility with a full-time FSO managing employee clearances. I can’t seem to find any indication that they were, which would call into question their being an FBI/CIA contractor. The clearances of their employees, assigned to co-locate at any of the alphabet soup agencies, would still have their clearance held at Fusion GPS. And I can’t see how Fusion GPS could be a cleared facility, while doing work for the Russians.

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              • Zimbalistjunior says:

                Ah but you are assuming that the russkies were/are our enemy. Let’s remember the world before HRC Obama et al decided to resurrect the plot of No Way Out and start the search for Yuri.

                Hint: they were not our ‘enemies’. Not de jure and pretty much not de facto either.

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              • czarowniczy says:

                Things change over time, I go back bfarvenough to have been a plank owner in AFIO.
                I’m also a CENTCOM plank owner from WWMCCS days but then most of our data was paper – you got regular top-end-feed and had to beg thevrest.
                I was at Meade for Desert Storm and we pretty well had full access – bei ng THE source for all encryption keying pretty well guarantees that. After Meade I went to a SOCOM post and we had reps from the major civilian agencies in the office so if you needed anything you didn’t have access to you buy your guy a cup of coffee and discuss.
                Next it was on to Space Command, ditto the reps from the major agencies occupying offices on the work floor as above.
                On to Strategic Command where our access was pretty broad but because of the nuke aspect some access was very limited.
                I was a plank owner at NORTHCOM but leftb there for Stratcom as I was getting close to retirement and with everyone running around peeing on door posts and desk corners I figured I was getting too close to pin-pulling time to get back into that game so I have no idea how they finally decided to share spit.
                When I worked locally I used an AIC SCIF and our TS-SCI rated work area intel net had full accesss BUT when you went to 3-letter sites there were firewalls to some areas where the agency-owner had to give you personal permissions to get in.
                The HUMINT program was newish then (2002) may have been redone by now, those random touchups pass as progress. I had to go someplace else to get read-in, then had to read-in my local Navy SSO so that she could read-in the local FBI field office. I’m not sure if the program names are open now, some 15 years later, but I do know the Company is really, REALLY touchy and protective of their HUMINT program and sources.
                At Peterson, post-911, there was a revovling door between the MI structure there, the civil service MI structure there and the civilian contracting agencies that supported Peterson. Military would retire or just not reup and go to one or the other, sometimes flipping between both. I’m betting the same thing happened with Fusion and there’s no way to drain the information from an exemployee or seperate him/her from old, inhouse contacts.
                FSO might well be a cleared facility – I’ve been to more than one facility housed in a working civilian hotel or strip mall, govt was into renting rasther than buying/owning space. As a SSO I didn’t see how they’d been cleared but someone did and that was that.
                When Clinton gutted the DIS there was a period when getting a clearance was a vaudeville show, it was a cobbled together process that undoubtedly allowed many to get clearances who shouldn’t have been allowed to go to the bathroom alone. The civilian contractors who were hired to do clearances pending a better system was an equal or greater disaster and giving the process to OPM, The DC dumping agency for functionally-challenged bureaucrats, was the final bullet in the head. Lord only knows who they cleared – thery did my final TS-SCI and I know for a fact that none of my references nor my employer were contacted.
                As for working for the Russians FSO could have firewalled functions (like we did the Canadians at NORAD) or they could have been
                ‘working’ the Russians for someone else. Civilian contractors are a whole different menu.

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                • Mujhunter says:

                  That’s a pretty impressive CV you have there.. ;0)
                  I was a contractor (prior military CI background at the time) when I got the gig with the Iraq Survey Group (ISG).. Although ISG was a CIA op, it involved folks from DIA, NSA.. as well as intel folks from our coalition partners (primarily UK and Aussie).. Our SCIF was an expansive floor within the Perfume Palace @ Camp Slayer.. A room full of SME analysts, WMD experts, DocEx, and of course, HUMINT folks assigned to support our Clan elements.

                  So my experience there was pretty interesting, given that on any day, I might interact with CIA, DIA, NSA folks at a pretty high level. I read thousands of IIRs, CIA TDs, and plenty of SIGINT reports during my time there.

                  And then when ISG shut down in 2005, I went on to work for the JSOC TF in Iraq in their J2X section.. Probably one of the most rewarding jobs I’ve ever held, working with some fascinating people.

                  Back to contractors though, Fusion GPS would have to be cleared facility/corporation, even if their employees are located at their gov’t client work sites. During my time as an FSO, I constantly had to deal with gov’t client security offices in confirming clearances of our employees, transferring them from one agency to another, and any number of issues related to what had been a pretty dsyfunctional FSO office at the company I went to work for (think of several stacks of SF-86’s applications 4 feet high sitting on the floor waiting to be inputted into EPSQ for clearance renewals, or new hires).. Being pressured by the CEO to get our Security files in order before the annual DSS inspection, failure of which could lead to the company losing it’s FCL..

                  Boy, is that bringing back some unpleasant memories.

                  So the Federal Client may “read on” their contract employees to a specific SAP program, but the company they work for is who actually holds their clearances and ensures everything is up to date. Corporate FSOs will interact with the Gov’t SSO’s to confirm their people have proper up-to-date clearances required to work on the contract. But what contract employees do at their work location is supervised by the Federal client.

                  So for Fusion to have cleared employees, they have to have a FCL and FSO.. This is something that I would like to see Sundance be able to confirm.

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  I was blocked from overseas due to where I was working but did get to provide some specific WMD briefing materials to a CI member (old friend of mine) who was on one of the teams, a CI WO from Miami. He was in one of the first groups where a good part of their spin-up was done by ill-prepared contractors.

                  We had 86s stacked up at Spacecom too, especially for those sections that had to have 86 data backed up by a polygraph. From the time Bill killed DIS through my retirement in ’07 I could never be sure how ‘valid’ a valkid clearance was. I was an analyst but I was also a SSO.
                  Let’s face it, bigtime Fed contractors have handshake (not the word I was reaching for but this is a family forum) relationship with Congresscrooks. Go back to the Clintons where the civilian contractor doing clearances screwed the pooch – that went uinder the rug most riki-tik, that fiasco crossed the aisle. Do I even have to go into the concept of ‘Federal oversight’? One of our exercises in in DC used to be getting on public transport at day’s end and seeing how many harried Feds were reading classified information on the bus/train on the way home.

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  Did I ever mention that I really REALLY liked my job?

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                • jello333 says:

                  Yeah, well hope you know that with all that bio info you’ve just volunteered for service if the time comes. Hopefully it never will, but if the scum literally try to take out Trump in some way, we’re gonna have a civil war on our hands. And skill-sets of various kinds are gonna be needed on our side. So now we know what at least one of yours is, Czar! (Now as for mine, I’m still trying to figure that out myself.) 😉

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  Like many retirees say – you’ve got a finite period to serve your country but you’re never too old to serrve your Country.

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      • WSB says:

        Officers keep their hands clean, and allow the contractors to do the dirty work. If a contractor gets caught, who cares?

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    • wheatietoo says:

      That was back when ‘contractors’ operated under the radar and didn’t want their existence known.

      Today…they do it out in the open!

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Except for McCord who was a fulltime employee of both the FBI and CIA, E. Howard Hunt and Bernard Barker who was a fulltime CIA employee and G. Gordon Liddy (a personal hero of mine) who was an FBI agent.
      The rest of the burglars had CIA ‘connections’ through the Miami Cuban exile community, connections being another shade of contractor. What’s interesting is the names involved in the Cuban exile/CIA hierarchy and how they cross poaths back to the early days of the Vietnam War and Phoenix. Probably just a coincidence.

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      • Zimbalistjunior says:

        Yup. Probably. And probably just a coincidence that Halper was a west coast Nixon fella at the same time the usc and west coast rat f-ers were running crooked election scams. (Done with a little bit of style of course)

        Also just a coincidence that halper and bill Clinton were at Oxford at same time. And that HRC was investigator asst or whatever in watergate. And that HRC was fired for something. And that halper never got named for CREEP shenanigans. And that halper ended up doing similar stuff vs Carter a few years later.

        And that halpers cover was professor. And that Daniel richman was also a professor. Hey wasn’t obama a professor once too. That’s weird.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          I still don’t understand why so many people refuse to look at the wide spread incestuous relationship that constitutes American politics. The same names and working relationships show up for decades, there’s even a trail of replacement actors as older actors exit stage right.
          I’m wondering if the folks in denial go and stay in denial because even the prospect that the cabal is real is too painful/scary to contemplate. Like those sheep in the middle of a flock under attack who just stand there and hope they won’t be eaten they see the threat, stand there and hope they won’t get eaten.

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      • Mujhunter says:

        I know Hunt was a former CIA guy, and Liddy was a former FBI agent.. However, my understanding was that they were employed by CREEP, which was funded by campaign donations.. Which meant that none of them were Federal employees, or even contractors.

        But Halper? He was a paid well over $1 million between 2012 and 2017, through the DOD ONA account. And I’m sure we’re going to see more financial shenanigans involving other contractors.

        Btw, where IS Mr. Halper? Truepundit asserts that he hasn’t been heard from since Fall, 2017.. hmmm..

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        • czarowniczy says:

          I was commenting more on the burglars having much the same common background as our current creeps. Despite different parties they seem to have a similar past.
          As for Halper, ain’t uncommon for someone in his position to be buried, one way or another, to prevent subpoena service.

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  8. WillJR says:

    I posted this on the Sarah Sanders thread earlier today and it didn’t generate much interest. Gonna repost it here in case someone finds it useful:
    Can someone who knows how check and see if there are any payments from The Office of Net Assessment to Nawaf Obaid? This is the same agency that paid Stefan Halper. Chris Blackburn tweeted “Nawaf Obaid and Stefan Halper both worked for the Office of Net Assessments at Sec. of Defense.” I’d like to see some proof Obaid did. I’ve read people doing things for the intelligence community are often paid out of The Office of Net Assessment. Obaid is tied to Joseph Mifsud, so, if true, this might be a big deal. Mifsud is the “professor” who met with George Papadopoulos and told him that the Russians had “dirt” on Hillary and “thousands” of emails. The mainstream media has portrayed Mifsud as a Russian agent, but I think it’s more likely he was working for someone else. A quick recap:

    Early March 2016- Papadopoulos learns he is going to be a foreign policy advisor to the Trump campaign.

    March 14, 2016- While traveling in Italy Papadopoulos meets Mifsud, who claims to have many Russian contacts. Papadopoulos meeting Mifsud on a trip to Italy is beyond coincidence. Clearly someone set it up, someone who somehow knew Papadopoulos was going to be part of the Trump campaign. REMEMBER, Trump did not announce Papadopoulos as a foreign policy advisor until a week later, so this was not public knowledge.

    March 21, 2016- In a meeting with the Washington Post’s editorial board President Trump unveils his foreign policy advisors and mentions Papadopoulos- first public reveal of Papadopoulos as part of the campaign

    March 24, 2016- Papadopoulos meets with Mifsud in London. Mifsud brings along an attractive woman who plays the role of Putin’s niece. The woman is a fake and has no relation to Putin. Later on it would seem another attractive woman is used to gain his trust, this time by Alexander Downer.

    April 26, 2016- Papadopoulos has breakfast in London with Mifsud. Mifsud tells him the Russians have “dirt” on Clinton and “thousands” of her emails. Papadopoulos thinks he’s referring to the emails Clinton had deleted back in 2014, which was a hot topic at the time.

    Around this time Papadopoulos is introduced to the Australian Erika Thompson (I’m guessing at her request), who worked for Alexander Downer at the Australian embassy. He is introduced to her through an Israeli embassy official he knew, Christian Cantor. In an article titled ‘”Romantic encounter’ set off Australia’s role in triggering Donald Trump investigation” it is stated it was a romantic relationship that led to the Papadopoulos meeting with Downer. The article does not state who the romantic relationship was with, but I get the impression it was with Thompson.

    May 4, 2016- Papadopoulos gives an interview to The London Times where he says David Cameron should apologize for some negative comments he made about Trump.

    May 6, 2016- Erika Thompson tells Papadopoulos her boss, Alexander Downer, would like to have a meeting with him at the Kensington Wine Rooms- ostensibly concerning his interview with The London Times. Thompson is also in attendance and Downer plies Papadopoulos with wine, likely fishing for info about the emails.

    July 2016- Wikileaks publishes the DNC emails and the Australians inform American intelligence about what Papadopoulos told Downer

    August 1, 2016- Peter Strzok visits the Australian embassy in London, presumably to interview Downer and Thompson

    January 27, 2017- Papadopoulos is interviewed by the FBI

    February 2017- Mifsud speaks at an event in Washington, organized by Global Ties, a non-profit partner of the US State Department. Jim Hines of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is in attendance at this event. Mifsud is interviewed by the FBI.

    May 17, 2017- Mueller appointed

    July 27, 2017- Papadopoulos is arrested

    October 5, 2017- Papadopoulos pleads guilty to making false statements (he told them about Mifsud saying the Russians had Hillary’s emails, but he lied about the date Mifsud told him)

    October 19, 2017- Mifsud is photographed meeting with Boris Johnson

    October 2017- Mifsud visits Moscow as part of a Saudi delegation headed by King Salman. He took part in a conference on Yemen organized by the Russian Council of International Affairs and King Faisal Centre for Research and Islamic Studies.

    October 31, 2017- after his name is revealed by the Washington Post this is the last time Mifsud is publicly heard from

    People connected to Joseph Mifsud:
    Claire Smith- UK intelligence community; Joint Intelligence Committee, MI6
    Gianni Pittella- Mifsud’s “dear friend”, Italian politician, despises Trump and populism, campaigned for Hillary in Philadelphia where he compared Trump to Mussolini, Time magazine has an article about him where he bashes Trump and calls him a “virus”
    Mifsud, Claire, and Pittella each have connections to the London Academy of Diplomacy, Stirling University, and LINK Campus in Rome. Claire and Mifsud together taught a course at Link to Italian law enforcement, which is a for profit college that has deep connections to intelligence agencies.
    Stephan Roh- millionaire, described as a money man for Mifsud, has a book coming out called The Faking of RUSSIA-GATE: The Papadopoulos Case, where he claims Mifsud was working for UK and Italian intelligence. Says in his last phone call with Mifsud, Mifsud told him Italian intelligence said he needed to disappear
    Nawaf Obaid- Saudi academic, probably responsible for having Mifsud made director of the Centre for War and Peace Studies, a joint venture by LINK Campus and the Saudi charity the Essam and Dalal Obaid Foundation (EDOF). Nawaf previously worked for two prominent think tanks; The Washington Institute (WINEP) and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). He is also listed as a “visiting fellow” at the now defunct London Academy of Diplomacy (when Mifsud was it’s director). He’s also mentioned in some Wikileaks emails, including one where he tried to get Clinton to avoid meeting an opposition leader in Malaysia.
    The Centre for War and Peace Studies held a conference in conjunction with CNN on human trafficking.
    Institutions related to Mifsud: LINK Campus in Rome, London Academy of Diplomacy, and London Centre for International Law Practice

    QUESTIONS: Why, if Mifsud was working for the Russians as the mainstream media seems to think, did Mueller not charge him? A genuine spy working for the Russians would easily be Mueller’s biggest get. Why did the British do nothing to stop Mifsud? If he was working for the Russians, why was he still allowed to attend major security conferences and mingle with western diplomats like Boris Johnson, have pictures taken with them, etc. Wouldn’t that represent a major security breach, allowing a Russian agent to travel the world, mingling with all these VIPs? Mueller has gone after people for things that are relatively minor and have nothing to do with collusion- would he really let a legit Russian agent off the hook? How did Mifsud’s history and the people he was connected with not raise major red flags for the FBI agents looking into Papadopoulos?

    Between the time the FBI knew about Mifsud telling Papadopoulos about “thousands” of emails until October 31, 2017, that was over a year of Mifsud attending conferences and meeting with diplomats and important people in intelligence agencies. And nothing was done to him, except a FBI interview when he visited DC? Off hand I know of two conferences in Saudi Arabia (he was in Saudi Arabia when Trump was there)- he seemed to be on good terms with the Saudis thanks to Obaid.

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    • Will-excellent post.

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      • WillJR says:

        Thanks Seneca. Isn’t interesting how so many of these contacts seem to have been set in London- same as with Halper.

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        • Iamcat says:

          The Brits helped to get Trump because of Brexit. They did not want Trump turning their own people away from globalism.

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          • WillJR says:

            There is a definite fear of a Trump presidency causing populism to pick up steam. Mifsud’s “dear friend”, the Italian politician Gianni Pittella, regularly railed against Brexit at the EU. He also said this in a Time magazine article: endorsing and campaigning for Hillary Clinton because the risk of Donald Trump is too high,” Pittella told TIME. “I believe it is in the interest of the European Union and Italy to have Hillary Clinton in office. A Trump victory could be a disaster for the relationship between the U.S.A. and Italy.”
            “This campaign is not between Democrat or Republican. It’s between democracy and no democracy in the U.S. It’s between having a relationship between the U.S. and the E.U. and the U.S. and other countries, or not. And Italian citizens, together with the world, have the duty not only to intervene, but to act, to support Hillary’s campaign.”
            According to Simona Mangiante, who got a job with Mifsud through Pittella: “I always saw Mifsud with Pittella.”
            Speaking of Clinton, Pittella said, “She is widely experienced, strongly motivated, a promoter of human and minority rights, a progressive who believes in improving the life chances of everyone in society.
            “The US has been infected by the same virus of populism, racism, xenophobia that has affected Europe. This virus in Europe is called Le Pen in France, Farage in Great Britain, Orbán in Hungary, Northern League in Italy and Kaczynski in Poland. In the US this virus is called Donald Trump.

            “Business as usual is not an option, neither for Europe nor the US. The world needs a reliable, effective and democratic Europe and US. The world surely does not need Trump or his populist friends in Europe. Donald Trump is just not reliable.

            “The US and EU must work together to tackle terrorism, poverty and war, migration and other global challenges.”

            “The world and the EU need the United States of America. We need Hilary Clinton to become the next US President.”

            This is Mifsud’s “dear friend” saying this stuff. Combine the people around him and the way he was treated by Mueller- seems unlikely he was a Russian agent.

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        • rashomon says:

          No, not when the UK has its itty bitty fingers in every piece of espionage regarding the U.S. in its attempt to bring back its historic Empire. Rule Britannia! Besides that, they are really ticked off about Brexit, so destroying our popular president priotizes getting their own ship in shape.

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    • Deb says:

      It’s amazing the lengths they went to to plant evidence and frame the PDJT campaign.

      I’d be interested to see if Halperin and Mifsud are connected.

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    • Kaco says:

      Lots of info and questions, I hope we find the answers. Today is the first I had heard of this Misfud, I must have missed him somewhere.

      I’m wondering if we had vetted out the Rob Goldstone who sought out Don Jr. for the Trump Tower meeting with the “Russians”.

      I am becoming more convinced the Brits are knee deep in this.

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      • bflyjesusgrl says:

        Goldstone-Don Jr,, another example of how they wanted to get the emails to the Trump campaign. Just like Caputo, Clovis, Papadop….., how many, who else?

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    • Kaco says:

      Interesting. Papa wasn’t announced yet, but they honed in on him early. Sounds like they could have been spying before he joined the campaign and knew he would be joining. Who knows when they started spying on Pres Trump.

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    • jnr2d2 says:

      SPOILER ALERT!!!
      Everybody has the FBI/CIA source wrongly identified. The Times and Washington Post articles have given such obvious clues that point to Stefan Halper, but he clearly is in no danger of being outed and physically harmed, as he has been well known to be connected to the actors for some time.
      No, the “life endangered” is Joseph Mifsud. And he went into hiding the minuet his name became public, on or about Oct 31 2017.
      An article in Medium, on Nov 6 2017, by author, and former Middle East editor of the Guardian, Brian Whitaker spells it all out, if somewhat unknowingly( https://medium.com/@Brian_Whit/the-trump-russia-affair-and-an-odd-company-in-london-9437e0343db2 ).
      It’s all about Papadopoulos and his “Maltese professor.”
      His research clearly showed that Papadopoulos took a position with “The London Centre of International Law and Practice (LCILP)” in Late January or early February 2016, immediately after leaving Ben Carson’s campaign. Mifsud had been a member of LCILP since the fall of 2015.
      At this time Papadopoulos became the head of LCILP’s “Center for International Energy and Natural Recourses Law and Security.” Pretty impressive for a young man just six years after graduating in 2009 from DePaul University.
      Then, around March 6 2016, Papadopoulos has his first known contact with the Trump campaign. He was shortly later announced as one of five foreign policy advisors for the Trump campaign on March 21 2016.
      (On LCILP’s web site Papadopoulos was listed a team member joining in February 2016, and leaving sometime in the April 14 to May 10 2016 time period. (See the Medium article for more details on this very sketchy company, and related other international persons and seemingly “front” companies. Note: The author stated that Quartz Media went to the London address of LCILP and met the “staff’ of four operating out of a “undecorated back room.” All declined to comment.)
      It’s a “mystery” how Papadopoulos got the LCILP job, and equally strange that Papadopoulos said he first met Mifsud, his ‘Maltese Professor” on or about March 14 2016.
      A DOJ document said that Papadopoulos later met on about March 24 with Mifsud and a Russian women “who was said to have connections to senior Russian government officials.” “He then e-mailed the Trump campaign to say he had just met with his “good friend, Mifsud the professor” who had introduced him to a Russian women.”
      Back in DC a week later, he told the campaign “that he had connections that could arrange a meeting between then candidate Trump and President Putin.”
      The DOJ document then goes on to describe many, and frequent, contacts between Papadopoulos and Mifsud, and Russians, which continued thru August 2016.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “The Centre for War and Peace Studies held a conference in conjunction with CNN on human trafficking.”

      There is a lot of information on human trafficking on this site. This is just one post:

      Modern Art Scandal Uncovered: Are Children shipped in boxes as “LIVE ART” under the “ART FOR EMBASSIES PROGRAM” to feed Pedophiles and Cannibals?

      https://ellacruz.org/2018/04/24/1603/

      “….Modern Art is a “language code” for pedophiles and cannibals to find their pals. Of course, as usual, we are not saying that all people and students working and studying in the field of modern art are criminals or bad people, but modern art has become a channel to broadcast pedophilia, bestiality, and cannibalism through symbols. Symbols which are meaningful only to the members of Planet Perversity…..”

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    • WSB says:

      Great timeline, WILL. Thank you for posting.

      I do not know if this means anything, but Christopher Steele was born in Yemen.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Steele

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    • Doppler says:

      Good work Will. Your analysis definitely undermines Mifsud’ “bonafides” as a real Russian agent. Looks more like a British asset posing as Russian as part of a deep state plot.

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      • Doppler says:

        You know, I recall Christopher Steele disappeared for awhile, like Mifsud, when his identity was first revealed as author of the dossier. Indicates a guilty mind, fear of arrest, retaliation or elimination. Time line makers might also include his disappearance and reappearance in their reconstruction of events. Why did he disappear? What persuaded him it was safe to come back?

        That text correspondence entrapping Sen Warner with Deripaska’s lawyer trying to set up a private meeting with Steele made me wonder if Steele had been flipped, and participating in a sting that got Warner?

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    • JX says:

      from: http://susris.com/experts/nawaf-obaid/
      Saudi-US Relations Information Service

      Nawaf Obaid
      Visiting Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
      Contact:
      Email: nawafobaid@aol.com

      Experience
      Nawaf Obaid is a visiting fellow at the Belfer Center for 2013-2014.
      Currently, he is a counselor to both Prince Mohammad bin Nawaf, Saudi ambassador to the United Kingdom, and Prince Turki Al Faisal, who served as Saudi ambassador to the United States and was the longtime director of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence service.

      From 2004 to 2007, he was was Special Advisor for National Security Affairs to Prince Turki Al Faisal while Prince Turki was the Saudi Ambassador to the United Kingdom & Ireland, and then the United States. He has been a research fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), and the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies in Riyadh.

      He is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and has a Masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. He began his doctoral work at MIT’s Political Science Department and is currently completing work on his Doctorate of Philosophy in War Studies at London University (King’s College).

      Source: Belfer Center, Harvard University

      Posted: October 2013

      ***

      EARLIER LISTINGS

      Nawaf Obaid is senior fellow at King Faisal Center for Research & Islamic Studies in Riyadh and has been Managing Director, Saudi National Security Assessment Project.

      CSIS Bio – Aug 2006

      Nawaf Obaid is a Saudi national security and intelligence consultant based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He is currently the managing director of the Saudi National Security Assessment Project. He is also an adjunct fellow in the Office of the Arleigh Burke Chair in Strategy at CSIS. Previously, he was a research fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. He was also the project director for a major study on Sino-Saudi energy rapprochement and its implications for U.S. national security, conducted for the director of net assessments in the Office of U.S. Secretary of Defense. His articles and opinion pieces have appeared in newspapers such as the Washington Post, New York Times, Financial Times, and International Herald Tribune. He is the author of The Oil Kingdom at 100: Petroleum Policymaking in Saudi Arabia (Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2000) and coauthor, with Anthony H. Cordesman, of National Security in Saudi Arabia: Threats, Responses, and Challenges (Praeger/CSIS).

      ***
      (emphasis added)

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    • JX says:

      Obaid is listed as a Visiting Fellow at the London Academy of Diplomacy where Misfud is Director.

      https://web.archive.org/web/20150914162924/http://www.stir.ac.uk/londonacademyofdiplomacy/staff/

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  9. wheatietoo says:

    It’s kinda funny that Bruce Ohr’s specialty was Organized Crime & Racketeering.
    Heheh.

    I guess he didn’t see any parallels in the way he and his fellow Dem operatives were ‘organizing their crimes’…to the way that Gangs and the Mafia operate.
    Or maybe he did, and used them as inspiration.

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  10. billrla says:

    Contractor = CIA job

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    • CIA = Deep State Department tool.

      Because globalism.

      ghw bush in 1992 before the “united nations” general assembly.
      “It is to the sacred principles enshrined in the united nations charter to which the American people will henceforth pledge their allegiance.”

      There are no “free republics” in the “new world order” (united nations). There are no borders. There is no sovereignty of any kind. But there are thugs, jackboots, and plenty of globalist puppets and “contractors”.

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  11. Sylvia Avery says:

    That Manchurian Candidate we endured as President for 8 long years just opened up the doors to the secrets cabinet and said, “Come one, come all! Help yourselves!” Obviously not directly but through the fellow travelers he hired into all the key positions.

    And now look what we have become.

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    • Minnie says:

      Not for long, Sylvia.

      I have faith this ship is/will continue to be righted.

      🙏Faith🦁Trust🇺🇸

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Thanks Minnie. I know you are right. I do have my moments of despair, but I don’t believe God would have taken us this far just to stop now.

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        • Minnie says:

          Exactly!

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        • JmkNY says:

          Sylvia you are correct on so many levels. And there was a deliberate weakening of our intelligence capabilities during the Obama years. I live in the DC area. Lots of acquaintances in the intelligence field. Contracting companies are relied upon by the government for everything not just intelligence matters. However during the O administration intelligence contracts started being awarded to companies no one in the community had ever heard of. They would take over a contract, come in and offer the folks working For the previous company on the same contract 1/3 less in salary to stay on the contract. Many times the new company couldn’t properly staff a contract as a result.

          Lots of shenanigans that ultimately weakened capabilities. Done on purpose.
          One other comment: while contractors are more “costly” up front, in the long term they cost much less than government employees. They can be fired and they don’t get to collect a retirement in perpetuity.

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      • I concur with pleasure. It’s #WAR and we are finally nearing the frontlines as warriors that will take no more destruction of our way of life, with one he!! of a leader leading the way.

        Patience… everyone needs a tad more patience… lol

        A lot more. This will take time, it’s a global cabal of evil we are battling.

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    • Trump Train says:

      Lets not forget the Manchurian Muslim said many times that there was no attempt by Russia to interfere with our elections.

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    • Having bath house bari was horrible, but the infestation began many decades ago. Ike warned us despite his past mistakes himself, JFK warned us, many of US warned everone and still we disbelieved in the master plan of order out of chaos.

      ghw bush told us to our faces there’s a new world coming. A “new world order” to be exact. One where the “united nations” could use its peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the un’s original founders.” Peacekeeping role? Jackboots in blue helmets.

      Awesome candidate Donald J. Trump made it clear that it’s time to end the false song of globalism.

      This is #WAR. Breitbart would love it and be busy as he!!… Sundance is wearing most of us out, can’t even keep up with his work! Imagine how much time he is putting into everything… Much more than just trying to keep up with him. I hope the wonderful people here that are able to are working hard in their local areas as they are infested just as badly as the district of criminals!

      The Constitution has only us as its keepers. We can do this.

      We have a VSG leading the way! 🙂

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      • sandab00 says:

        so true, Human.

        Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.
        Ronald Reagan

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      • Minnie says:

        “Sundance is wearing most of us out, can’t even keep up with his work! Imagine how much time he is putting into everything… Much more than just trying to keep up with him.”

        Indeed, Human, mentally, emotionally and physically exhausted keeping up with all this breaking news, but it merely invigorates us to keep moving forward.

        As for our fearless leader, Sundance – are you eating enough? Staying hydrated?

        I make a mean lasagne, perhaps some spicy meatballs?

        You are a powerhouse, Sundance, and we appreciate all you do to keep us informed.

        Stay hydrated! 🙂

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      • Kaco says:

        I know, we couldn’t imagine it, but at least we still functioned as a decent society who believed in truth, justice, and the American way. Half of our society is in the gutter and the Dems believe the ends justify the means.

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    • singular says:

      So true, Sylvia, about that Manchurian monster. To think of what we have lived through under these people, and of course, the invasion started even before that, but I am going to believe with you and Minnie and Human and all the believers in the Lord that He will bring us through this to a better day in our country.

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  12. BAM says:

    Earlier today I saw something about Stefan Halper missing, and the consensus seemed to be that he was hiding rather than no longer among the living. But I cannot remember where I saw this, and just did a d-d-go search and can’t find anything about him being interviewed, commenting or missing, everything seems to be the recent news about him or sparse articles that are older. ????

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  13. TimesUp says:

    Adm. Rogers spilled the beans on all of them.

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  14. Comrade Mope says:

    The CIA is only supposed to operate outside the U.S. while the FBI operates within. Saying a person is a FBI and a CIA contractor is blurring the lines. This is why the Mueller investigation is both a criminal investigation and a National Security investigation. So the operators of the investigation can have the best of both worlds.
    It’s like the exact opposite of The Gorelick Wall.

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  15. Pam says:

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    • woohoowee says:

      The White Hats come riding in 🙂

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    • shannynae says:

      I read this too, Pam and I can’t ever remembering anyone begging to be subpoenaed before. I know that that must be so many patriots that want to talk and are about ready to explode with what they may know. Hope they get their day soon.

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    • Minnie says:

      Yes, there’s a crack in the dam!

      Thank you, Jesus!!

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    • jbowen82 says:

      As I have posted frequently, there had to have been hundreds of people involved in the domestic surveillance operation against the Republican candidate and President-elect, then even against the White House. Agents, analysts, translators, technicians, clerical and support staff, supervisors. For their own good, some of them need to start singing.

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  16. cthulhu says:

    Funny to hear “Reality Winner” again, when she dropped off the radar so abruptly and so thoroughly. Seems like the sort of name that someone who dreamed-up “Operation Crossfire Hurricane” might come up with….

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  17. When news breaks that surveillance on the Trump campaign began as early as 2015, how will Clapper and gang spin a new cover-up story? How grotesque and absurd will their next Frankenstein-of-a-narrative be? Will the lo-fos finally come out of their fog after finally noticing just how hideous the creature has become?

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  18. L4grasshopper says:

    Reinforces how important it was for DIRNSA, Rogers, to have recognized abuse and blocked access to his databases.

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  19. Gary says:

    It is definitely Big Week and the hits keep coming….MAGA

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  20. fleporeblog says:

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    • Deplore Able says:

      The missing link:

      McCarthy wants to know why Comey, and NSC officials met about Carter Page in “late Spring 2016” There may have also been an earlier meeting with Comey, McCabe and Loretta Lynch in Spring 2016. Carter Page joined the Trump Campaign on March 21, 2016. March 21 is the first day of Spring. Why wait until later in Spring for these talks?

      The piece of the puzzle Andrew McCarthy hasn’t yet put together is that Admiral Rogers shut down illegal access to FISA 702 database on April 18, 2016. Their source of electronic surveillance, their tap into the most sophisticated and comprehensive well of intelligence the world has ever known was cut off.

      This created the need for a fall guy who could be the target of a Title I FISA warrant. Comey puts on his thinking cap and asks “Do we know anyone in the Trump Campaign who we might frame as an agent of a foreign government? Hey, what about that Carter Page guy! We could create evidence that he was in league with the Russians. We get a FISA warrant on Page and we can tap Page and everyone two hops from Page. We get the whole Trump campaign team and Trump himself!” Then it is off to the races. Time for the insurance policy.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Great 👍 job expanding on it!

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      • Deplore Able says:

        Even easier if Carter Page was already an FBI mole in the Trump Campaign. “Hey Carter, in addition to spying on the Trump Campaign, we want to dirty you up a bit so we can get a FISA warrant and have access to the NSA database. Your connections to Russia will help that effort. We aren’t going to truly frame you with anything, just dirty you up enough to get a warrant. We aren’t really interested in you. We just want dirt on Trump to keep him from getting elected. It is all in the interest of national security to keep Trump from winning. OK?”

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  21. scott467 says:

    It almost seems like a floodgate of some sort is opening…

    The drips are becoming steady stream, and there seems to be an immense amount of pressure behind it, like dam is about to break.

    Break it… break it… break it… BREAK IT!!!

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  22. Jim in TN says:

    I always wondered why the email investigation was put off until the campaign. Why not whitewash her earlier, removing the sting of the investigation?

    But they didn’t. They put themselves into the position of having to whitewash her because she was the candidate.

    So, how to cope with this great disadvantage during the campaign?

    Wouldn’t it be convenient if her opponent were under investigation too?

    Better yet, wouldn’t it be great if she was cleared, leaving her opponent still accused at voting time?

    How convenient that her opponent ended up being someone they could investigate.

    Or was the plan to make sure they have an investigation no matter who her opponent was? Leading us back to contractors abusing NSA data, and Admiral Rogers shutting them down.

    Clearly the plan was to have the investigation leaked. FusionGPS and Steele shopped it around. To bad it was so ridiculous that nobody would dare publish more than hints. At least until it was too late for her.

    If the this is on the money, we will need at least one of the main principals to turn against the others before it can be established as fact.

    I can’t wait for this end of the coup timeline to be leaked. Maybe another attempt to blame Nunes for leaks?

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    • formerdem says:

      I think they intended for her to be aware of their capacity to help or harm, to feel herself on a leash after she won, a leash they held the other end of. Instead they face a President who owes them zero and is furious. Ha ha ha ha!!!

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      • LCSmom says:

        Remember that no-one outside of those in govt. who communicated with her would have known but for the hacking of Sydney Blumenthal by Guccifer. So the can of worms was opened and needed to be dealt with.

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      From reading between the lines of a text thread strzok Page around the time trump became the assumed nominee, it seems that the feds decided to clear her at that point. Perhaps if Jeb bush had become the presumptive nominee the feds would have not cleared her- or more probably would have pressured her to resign.
      Sorry i don’t have access to those texts right now but you can find them.

      I don’t think the feds et al were as much HRC supporter defender cover uppers as they were and are uniparty putzes.

      As they say, A bush in the hand is better than an ugly bird with many many issues.

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  23. SharkDiver says:

    I have one question for all you folks that still believe Sessions is a black hat…Given the severity and scope of all the black hat activity, and the fact that anyone close to Trump had to be aware it would all eventually be exposed, and that Trump will have all their heads on pikes one day, why on Earth would Sessions pick the losing side to support? Getting elected was the hard part for Trump, this is the fun part. I suggest you sit back, relax. and enjoy the show.

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  24. Papoose says:

    Brennan. Oh where did we hear that name before? Hmmm let me think. Oh yeah, that’s right Passportgate back in March 2008 when the federal government learned by a trigger signal that someone was spying on the confidential information of aka Barry Soetoro, John McCain and Hillary Cinton’s passport information. Just exactly at the same time a bicycle blew by and dropped a dud of a bomb on an NYC candidate’s office as a news diversion. Oh yeah, and then the perpetrator, an employee of some contractor named Lieutenant Quarles Harris, Jr. is automatically and immediately murdered, a cold case to this day. Oh, that Brennan. Hmmmm.

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/apr/19/key-witness-in-passport-fraud-case-fatally-shot/

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2012/07/obamas_passport_breach_unanswered_questions_and_an_unsolved_murder.html

    We remember. We witnessed it.

    RIP, Seth Rich. Same bat day. Same bat channel. All roads lead to the usurpation.

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  25. And let’s not forgot just how pathetic the “progressive” vanguard would be if they didn’t have trillions in globalist cash and the MSM unceasingly working on their behalf. Reality Winner, Stefan Halper, and Angry John Brennan traipsing around in is rainbow lanyard.

    If these people had ever been thrown into a ring and expected to fight on fair terms – without the corrupt referees and judges trying to fix the fight for them; without being allowed to use low blows or rub burning ointment in their opponents’ eyes; etc., etc. – none of them would have lasted 18 seconds in the arena. Spit!

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  26. WES says:

    Just a pet peeves of mine. SC!

    I hope nobody is going to ask or suggest that a SC be appointed unless they are determined to stop justice from ever being served! In other words you are a DC swamp criminal!!

    Whenever a congressional critter wants a SC to be appointed you should know that what they really are saying is that they don’t want any of their crimes to be investigated or uncovered and last but not least to never be prosecuted!

    Asking for a SC is a morally corrupt two faced trick congressional critters play on Americans to pretend to stand for justice while ensuring no justice will ever be served!

    What is the fatal weakness of appointing a SC? The SC has to report to Congress!

    So when you hear a congressional critter ask for a SC, the proper question to ask yourself is what crimes are they trying to hide!

    SC = I DO NOT WANT JUSTICE EVER!!!!!

    Just say NO to SC!!!!

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    • formerdem says:

      Also against SC. I have run across some morally very ambiguous people who, when someone is collecting resources and authority to do a good deed, lend full support. Once the tottering stack of money and authority is gathered together, then it is a smallish move to substitute themselves in. Having see this, I am against anomalous heaps of power, outside the checks and balances. The trustworthiness of the expected candidates for management of all that authority is irrelevant, funny, a joke, nothing to do with what will really happen.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Finally Justice is getting its/her due. After the first arrests, or after the arrest of a primary ring leader, I think President Trump should declare a national day of mourning with names of all those deceased (Arcancided or otherwise) during the reign of the cabal read out from the Capitol steps with the flag a half staff. Maybe even we need a wall commemorating their attempts to tell what they knew, to stop the criminal conspiracy. So many American lives snuffed out.

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    • nimrodman says:

      From the first link, the ABC story:

      … three employees, who were not identified, had been caught peeking at the candidates’ files. All three employees worked for private companies hired by the State Department.

      Contractors!
      Yet again.

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  27. Interesting body language expert analysis of Sessions during May 15 interview with FOX host Shannon Beam for those of you eager to understand his motives.

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  28. Wasn’t it Clovis who signed up Papa and Page to the campaign?

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  29. BooKemDannO says:

    NSA database Utah. Huber Utah. Patience. We’ve always known Govt. works at a snails pace.

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  30. Piper says:

    I am not the brightest bulb on the tree so this whole scheme has been hard to follow! There are just so many names to keep up with!
    The scale and scope of the deep state corruption of our country has boogled my mind!
    This article was a great breakdown of the inception of the idea and the players(for me)

    https://spectator.org/john-brennans-plot-to-infiltrate-the-trump-campaign/

    Sundance is out of this world, and how you hold a nine to five job and try and keep this mess straight without a giant flow chart… we’ll, I just don’t know how you do it, but thank heavens for those out there who do!

    I work with the public in a VERY rural small town and TRUST me when I say folks have NO idea what is going on- most Americans have neither the time nor attention to keep up with this mess we have on our hands. All they know is Trump/Russia…

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    • Deb says:

      Please educate the people in your area. Tell them that the FBI and CIA were spying on PDJT and tried to frame him. The Russia hoax was a set up, and we have the emails and texts to prove it. They are corrupt. They cleared Clinton in the email case becuase she was their chosen candidate, and then set up a situation to frame PDJT in case he won. He’s the one fighting corruption, the leftists always accuse their enemies of doing what they have done. That’s simple and to the point, a

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  31. Mujhunter says:

    Sundance, here’s a question that needs to be answered with regard to “cleared” contractors handling classified work.
    Cleared Contract employees MUST HAVE their clearance “held” at an accredited Cleared Facility (a corporation cleared by DSS with an FCL, as well as employing a dedicated Facility Security Officer (FSO) who is responsible for the compliance of those cleared employees (keeping their clearances updated.. etc)..

    So.. was Fusion GPS a cleared facility/corporation?
    Who were the corporations for which the contract employees handling Raw 702 data feeds while assigned to Federal Agencies? Booz-Allen?.. etc

    Just my .02, having been a former FSO managing the clearances of over 500 cleared personnel.

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  32. Ganesh says:

    This knowledge of the 702 “metadata” access is incomprehensible to Joe Mainstreet. Self-educated readers following the topic struggle with the detail and implications (implications being once you have access you can look at whatever you want, et al).

    A tough road lies ahead revealing this BS.

    Even then, when presented with the cold facts, +/- half the “voting public” will try and shy away from incrimination.

    Not sure how this ends even if the biggest crooks (choose your favorite) get ruinated.

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    • nimrodman says:

      I think Joe Public would more readily understand it if a simplified summary were stated up front, like

      “Democrat government contractors were searching the NSA database without a warrant in order to surveil the Trump campaign”.

      Couple of ways to skin the cat.

      Right away, Leftys would scream about the “Democrats” part, thereby guaranteeing MSM press coverage, much as PresTrump did with “I was wiretapped”.

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      • Deb says:

        Workers in the government and corrupt people in the FBI and CIA broke the rules to spy on Trump and frame him for the Russia collusion hoax. They wanted Hillary to win, and they tried to help her by clearing her in the email case and setting up PDJT with the Russian hoax. That’s what the meeting with Don Jr. was and all these other people trying to join the campaign or meet with them. It was entrapment. We have the emails and texts to prove it.

        I think that’s simple enough for people to understand.

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      • nimrodman says:

        … and that statement is factually true about “without a warrant”, as Sundance has described that a warrant isn’t necessary, only access.

        Then, Leftys would get too clever by half and scream
        “They didn’t need a warrant! They didn’t need a warrant! Nyah, nyah!
        “They had “access” lawfully.”

        Which will strike Joe Public odd

        “What? No warrant? I thought this whole NSA thing was you need a warrant, you know, from a judge at FISA Court. Whaddya mean – access –?”

        And bit by bit, the narrative is grasped

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      • Piper says:

        It would frighten you all to know that a very many people don’t even know what the NSA is or even who the Vice President is… I’m not kidding, most people I come into contact with could care less what is going on around them!
        It is soooo depressing how ignorant people are and I don’t see it changing unless the msmedia in this country is completely dismantled and reformed into what it was intended to be!

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        • nimrodman says:

          “… a very many people don’t even know what the NSA is …”

          Largely true, although I bet a helluva lot of millennials have seen the Snowden movie and now put a piece of tape over their laptop computer camera.

          He’s their anti-establishment hero who stuck it to The Man.
          Plenty of CIA and NSA plotline in that movie.

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      • JX says:

        Good idea!

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  33. nimrodman says:

    Ok, so if I understand correctly, the next thing we’ve got to do is get

    A BIG FLASHING LIGHT IN FRONT OF CONGRESS
    to the effect of:

    “Ok, now that you’ve got the FISA warrants and applications unglued from the DOJ/FBI hide-the-salami games (presuming that’ll happen, uh,. “soon”?) …

    “… then – NEXT – you need to start ungluing the topic of “contractor-access” NSA database query scams that went on BEFORE any FISA warrants were obtained.”

    Capisce?

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  34. MVW says:

    “[*Note* For the sake of context, intellectual honesty and narrative transparency, it is important to note that Sam Clovis is legally represented by Victoria Toensing, wife of Joe diGenova.”

    I suppose this connection is why DiGenova did not join the Trump legal team?

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    • MVW says:

      So many moving parts.

      I want to know what was used to obtain the FISA warrants. This has been waltzed around for months and it is central to this whole conspiracy of idiots. Where is the Pink Panther?

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  35. limelite001 says:

    Can someone please explain why Carter Page isn’t the plant??? Who invited/ referred him to join the Trump campaign? I’ll bet my bottom dollar that Page is the ‘campaign spy’ used to justify the FISA warrants. That bell rang when Page appeared on Tucker Carlson a few weeks back and was smiling when Tucker was outraged on his part at how the government had spied on him. Why did he think it was a joke? If it were me, I would have been extremely angry, yet Page smiled the entire time. So, I’m betting he was part of the set-up.

    If Roger Stone is behind Carter Page joining the campaign, then alarm bells should ring even louder, because it was also Stone who referred Manafort to Trump…..

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    • MVW says:

      I like Stone, but it strikes me that he needs a flea collar.

      Liked by 1 person

    • joeknuckles says:

      The same reason the Russians didn’t want him as a spy, he’s an idiot. If he’s not an idiot, he certainly has some sort of personality trait or mental issue that makes him seem like one.

      Liked by 1 person

      • nimrodman says:

        “some sort of personality trait or mental issue”

        I think he’s wired funny
        In the head
        Neurochemically
        One of those people you make a quick judgement: “Odd bird”

        “Boy! I say Boy! Ya built all wrong!” – Foghorn Leghorn

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Paul Manafort was brought In specifically to maneuver the campaign through the landmines leading up to the GOP Nomination Convention. He was replaced soon after that. Roger Stone was Trump’s original campaign manager and there’s no reason to malign him… the left hates him as much as any other friend of VSG DJT. 🙂

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Manafort was not recommended by Stone, he was recommended by Barrack (who also chaired the Trump Inauguration Committee).

      Page was not recommended by Stone. He was recommended by Ed Cox.

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    • Chris Four says:

      Supposedly Page went to Ed Cox, Chairman New York Republican State Committee. This would be the normal process of getting a letter or some referral. Apparently Clovis never did any real vetting of Page.

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    • Coldeadhands says:

      There’s something reptilian about Carter Page.

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  36. Body language analyst assessment of CIA Director Gina Haspel for anyone interested:

    https://bombardsbodylanguage.com/2018/05/11/body-language-gina-haspel-confirmation-hearing/

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  37. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    ” I would draw more specific attention to how often we are hearing the word “contractor” in relationship to these intelligence operations.”

    CIA whistle blower covers these “contractors” in detail during his 90 minute video/ PowerPoint demonstration here:

    https://www.speakupsaveamerica.com/blog/cia-whistleblower-speaks-every-american-should-listen

    When I sat down to watch this 3-part video, I expected to feel like I usually do–outraged, and full of righteous indignation. But outrage–I now understand–is what you feel before you really know how bad things are, inside our government.

    “When the power of secrecy is possessed outside of constitutional constraints,” Kevin tells us, “corruption and failure are inevitable” and “government will go bad, every time.” Watch all three parts. He’s right.

    https://www.fortheloveoffreedom.net/

    THE SHADOW GOVERNMENT

    The Shadow Government is a system that manipulates Washington, DC behind the scenes, that operates beyond the control of Congress, that even dictates the actions of the president and affects the daily lives of every American. It is real and has been growing in complexity for over sixty years. While the American people work long hours just to survive and make ends meet, the Shadow Government spends billions of dollars on secret operations, overthrowing governments and engages in covert wars that kill thousands – all without any vote or say by the American people; the people that pay the taxes the Shadow Government uses to fund these operations.

    While their Congressmen and Senators promise they will make their lives better and improve their difficult standard of living, these same Congressmen vote for billions of dollars in military and covert action programs, taking contributions from the lobbyists of connected Shadow Government military industrial corporations. The people starve while the kings shower themselves with gold.

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  38. David Reznor says:

    At all relevant times Carter Page was an FBI plant.

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  39. citizen817 says:

    A review of security clearances is needed. I bet most of the Obama administration peeps that have not resigned or been let go still have theirs. As a matter of National Security, a cleansing review would help. Betcha Obama and Hillary still have theirs. It’s time to pull security clearances for many of these contractors. Let them go thru a process for renewal of clearance, especially the lower level ones.

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  40. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Clovis thinks this China expert maybe ulterior motive wanted to find a paper trail on some emails?
    And we just learned that caputo was offered a bunch of emails by some other suspicious character?

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  41. litenmaus says:

    Flashback – On November 1st, 2016…CONTRACTOR Booz Hamilton hires CONTRACTOR Robert Mueller to do external review of hiring practices. The examination request is supposedly in response to the arrest of Harold Thomas Martin who was placed by Booz Hamilton at the NSA…..

    Reuters….
    “Officials say FBI is currently probing Martin’s involvement in the recent leak on NSA’s secret hacking tools for use against RUSSIA and China.”

    Why do you suppose CONTRACTOR Booz Hamilton hired CONTRACTOR Robert Mueller? –

    ( When H.T. Martin was indicted, he pled not guilty….the judge deemed him a flight risk and Martin was incarcerated. It wasn’t until December of 2017, after more than a year in prison, that Martin AGREED to plead guilty. I have been unable to locate any information on the sentencing imposed.)

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  42. evergreen says:

    Carter Page was waist-deep in FBI operation against and prosecution of a Russian person.

    Concurrent to this, per Clovis, Page was recommended to the Trump campaign by a 40-yr GOP trusted elder (note to self: GOP elders were mostly and vociferously anti-Trumpian).

    Page becomes an object of interest by Stefan Halper, per the WSJ today: “Mr. Page says the invitation to that event came much earlier—the end of May or early June. Mr. Page declined to say who invited him but says it was someone other than Mr. Halper.”

    Page then becomes the object of a FISA warrant.

    I’m not convinced Page has come clean. Lightning rods in Tornado Alley don’t get this much attention.

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    • evergreen says:

      Corey Lewandowski disclosed the recommendation by the GOP trusted source, not Clovis. Crossed names. Clovis became a target of Halper’s via Carter Page.

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  43. bessie2003 says:

    Thank you Sundance for this work you’re doing, putting together all these various things into one format.

    It will be perfect for all the people who are waking up to the real story to have a simple guideline to follow, ’cause there seem to be tons of rabbit holes for falling into;

    having an outline, a cheat-sheet, will be important for people to know when a tangent is up ahead (mostly the tangent being the msm that will do their best to confuse and conflate) so that they will have a better understanding before heading into the voting booths this November.

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  44. Just like I said, the liberal media knives are starting to come out for Mueller now that reality is setting in that his sham is a failure and actually hurting democrats. Like clockwork….

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  45. Sandra-VA says:

    Carter Page is the central figure in this “matter”.

    nod nod wink wink.

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    • Chris Four says:

      “Since the Russiagate scandal broke Carter Page has made things worse for himself and has caused a huge amount of trouble by (unlike George Papadopoulos) failing to come clean. Instead he continues to pretend that his obviously fictional contacts in Moscow were real ones whilst simultaneously denying their importance.”
      The Duran

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  46. Piggy says:

    Get someone to take the email bait.

    2 Spies to confirm the lies.

    Use the media to push predetermined narrative.

    Conspire with other like-minded across the fake DC political spectrum to further predetermined narrative.

    Use “contractors” to insulate.

    This was a real operation intended to overthrow a legitimate American election by other Americans and foreign agents.

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  47. MfM says:

    Is Trump saying that Sanders was also spied on? That if you follow the money there are high payments to someone close to the Sander’s campaign?Sa

    If proof of that is exposed it will really blow up.

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    • Deb says:

      Sanders himself was paid off. He bought a nice little second home on the water.

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      • Zimbalistjunior says:

        Sanders was always a fake candidate. There to provide competition narrative. He just never expected to get so much traction Bc so many moronic youngsters think he’s Larry david.

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