Tucker Carlson and Joe diGenova Discuss “Spygate” – FBI Political Spy Operations…

Tucker Carlson led off his broadcast on Tuesday night with a discussion of the latest developments in “Spygate”.   An illegal operation by intelligence leadership within President Obama’s cabinet.

FBI Director James Comey, DOJ Attorney General Loretta Lynch, DNI James Clapper and CIA Director John Brennan are all identified within the Spygate operation conducting and facilitating surveillance against their political opposition.

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311 Responses to Tucker Carlson and Joe diGenova Discuss “Spygate” – FBI Political Spy Operations…

  1. 4sure says:

    Obama’s pic. should be in the center instead of Judge Collier.

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  2. Malone Hardcastle says:

    After reading someone’s brilliant recollection of the gift Melania gave Michelle on Inauguration Day, I want this to enter the history books as Framegate.

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  3. Curry Worsham says:

    Sundance and diGenova

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I was so glad to hear Joe DiGenova mention “gaslighting”…and explain what that is.

      A lot of us were already aware of what that term refers to, but it’s good to see it put out there and explained.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Even CBS decided to bury a poll recently that destroys their narrative when it comes to Mueller!

      ‪http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/05/10/poll-53-see-mueller-investigation-politically-motivated/

      From the article linked above:

      Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Russian collusion hoax has soured a solid majority of 53% of the American people, who see the investigation as “politically motivated.” Only 44%, according to this CBS poll, say the investigation is “justified.”

      The real bad news for Democrats and their establishment media allies is that a majority of 54% of independent voters see the Mueller probe as tainted politically.

      Nearly a quarter of Democrats (23%) agree.

      These numbers have been slowly creeping against Mueller since December of last year, when only 48% believed the investigation was politically motivated and 46% said it was justified.

      Remarkably, with the entire propaganda machine of the mainstream media on his side, cheerleading for him 24/7, still 53 percent of the public sees Mueller as politically tainted. Moreover, this is a poll of “all adults,” not registered or likely voters. In polls only of adults, Trump almost always does worse than when the poll is screened for voters.

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      • Lis says:

        That, and the generic poll, is tanking the Dems. They will strike out (but stupidly, as they always do). Just today I heard that the Dems have a new unifying message: They are going to stop corruption. HAHAHA. A few months ago, they were going to roll out a “New Deal” to make Americans rich again by getting a New, Better Deal.

        Seriously, though, what we will be seeing is a lot of the Democrats eating themselves up angling for two different Democratic parties: The Bernie coalition (free healthcare, free college, and socialistic stuff), and the mainstream Conor Lambs. So far, the mainstream coalition has no grass roots backing nor funding, and the DNC is $5M in debt. So, it will be interesting in November.

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        • Lis says:

          I will add, though, that Bernie is a force to be reckoned with, within their own party (not that he’s really a Democrat). It’s his followers that will cause some craziness in November midterms. Mark my words.

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          • jmclever says:

            That’s why POTUS mentioned Bernie in his spygate tweet earlier this week

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            • cozette says:

              POTUS is wisely going for the Bernie Bro/Progressive voters who want to destroy the corrupt DNC and take the Hillary Cabal out. They HATE her and POTUS will try to get them to revenge vote for Republicans in 2018. It’s theyre only hope to get what they want. This movement is very real and picking up steam. They are rooting for POTUS bigly.

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      • cthulhu says:

        An old professor joke starts out with a lecture hall where a professor is talking up a storm and scribbling furiously on a blackboard. While shouting furiously over his shoulder and writing, he comes to, “it is obvious that……”

        Then, he stops, says, “excuse me”, and bolts out of the lecture hall. Some students follow, expecting to stake him out at the bathroom. Other students follow him all the way back to his office.

        Thirty minutes later, he darts back into the lecture hall and says, “yup, it’s obvious” and completes the equation on the blackboard.

        It’s very obvious that Russia, Russia, Russia is a fraud…..and the Dems/MSM/GOPe need constant reminding of what is “obvious”.

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    • Marica says:

      Curry!! Yeah baby!!!

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  4. alliwantissometruth says:

    “An illegal operation by intelligence leadership within President Obama’s cabinet”

    You can tell when we’re getting close to the truth when the verbiage changes

    For over a year, all those following this story could do to honestly bring forth the story was to use the information available. Piece by piece. A little at a time

    But now, with all that’s being exposed, it’s all getting closer to the Grand Wazoo, the real power behind this outrageous coup

    It’s a thing of beauty

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    • Dutchman says:

      4sure; O’s pic will be there, when the trail becomes a road, i.e. shortly!

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    • Lis says:

      That is is! It is beautiful when we start seeing it go mainstream, and not just here.
      I started yelling about it on my facebook page this week, and the few Dem friends I have left all started getting up on my posts about how Trump is a “monster” or what have you, and I demanded facts. I said, “Here, look, I have actual facts about what the IG has found, and all you’re giving me is your feelings!” Sure, I’ll lose more friends, but facts are more important to me than friends who just liked me because we voted for Obama.

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    • Foggy World says:

      Where oh where is Priestap whose photo is always missing?

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      • Lady Sid says:

        One picture will do: the one with smart-ass snarky sneer on his face just begging to be wiped off.

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      • mutantbeast says:

        Preistep is the one 7th floor FBI official under Comey who still is there. Ive read here and other blogs hes likely co-operating with Horowitz, hence hes staying in his position. Seems SD doesnt consider him part of the cabal, so he doesnt include his picture.

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  5. L4grasshopper says:

    Dirty DOJ just announced 2nd meeting tomorrow at 2. Original one at Noon. Nunes was not on invite list of 2 pm meeting. He says he’s going to make sure exact same things are shown and said.

    Where the F is Sessions?

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  6. 4sure says:

    Love the dachshund puppy.

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  7. Curry Worsham says:

    Also on Tucker:

    Michael Caputo reiterated the “strange” story of how he was approached by a former IC contractor through an intermediary, who “dangled” the idea that the Trump campaign could get Hillary’s emails from the NSA.. He didn’t disagree with Tucker that it was a trap. No “whoopsie” from Caputo.

    AND he says he has another strange contact – also in May, 2016 – that he can’t talk about yet, but wants to discuss with Mueller

    The jury is still out on Caputo as a witness.

    .

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    • 4sure says:

      Is this the Caputo meeting that Victoria Toensing was talking about on Lou Dobbs tonight?

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    • Brent Hull says:

      Caputo sounds like an opportunist that is looking for donations to his legal fund, though he may still be telling the truth

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      • MVW says:

        Caputo’s story stunk. Further, it is a tale of caution to all not to take bait and run with it.

        Let this sordid swamp story unfold. Eventually the Criminal Network News and their Big Dream Mueller will be the DhimmiRat’s 2018 anchor. Americans are not fond of betrayal.

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      • OmegaManBlue says:

        The fund has done well. He offered to pay FBI agents legal fees. But who knows if this is just talk and if the fund has enough money to defend the agents. But I really think if some agents came forward a fund would be created.

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        • glissmeister says:

          I see Caputo as a good actor who has been badly violated by the treachery of the Mueller team. Willfully seeking to destroy the wealth of families to essentially suborn purjury is a shameless and violent thing. Same with Flynn and others. It’s unAmerican and depraved, shameful conduct to target private citizens in bad faith for the purpose of bankrupting them and their family. The motive doesn’t justify the true and unusual punishment inflicted upon the targeted person.

          Why does our Constitution not apply to this form of cruel and unusual punishment for speculative, unajudicated suspicions of crimes?

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      • jmclever says:

        Caputo had my vote when he told his inquisitors, “God da** you to hell.”

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      • cozette says:

        Brent Hull Please stop your BASELESS opining. It clutters the thread. If you have FACTS, please provide a link. If you have thoughtful analysis that will inspire others, super. Thanks in advance. MAGA.

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    • missilemom says:

      Lots of red flags with Caputo. Stories keep evolving.

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    • Heika says:

      I thought he said he wanted to speak about ‘the strange May contact’ with the IG, not Mueller.

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      • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

        Yes. He said his lawyer was writing the IG asking if Caputo could talk to him. Caputo also said he knew of many FBI field agents who wanted to testify about illegalities they witnessed while Comey was Director.
        I had heard mention of the field agents at another site also. Hopefully true.

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    • spren says:

      I think he said he wants to talk with the IG, not Mueller. In his discussions with Mueller, he said they didn’t take any notes and seemed to have no interest whatsoever.

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    • Mary Morse says:

      A pattern seems to be emerging. The June Trump Tower meeting fits this pattern.

      Imagine, a “confidential informant” imbedded in the entertainment industry (again). Prove it, and the timeline for spying on Mr. Trump is pushed back to at least 2013.

      Imagine if it’s established that he is a spy, who were his clients, and what information was shared? Anthony Pellicano is serving 11 yrs in the federal pen for his spying on celebrities.

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  8. RJones says:

    These people believe they can just construct reality in any way convenient to their needs and impose on everyone else through a mendacious, complicit, obedient media led by the NYT and WAPO. They need to rapped in the head by real reality of the law of the land.

    Some, including Mollie Hemingway and, I suspect, Rush Limbaugh seem to arguing we should just forgive and forget and learn how this happened to “ensure it never happens again.” BS.

    The reality of long prison terms will make sure anyone trying this in the future thinks twice before proceeding. If it were me, the death sentence would be imposed on the leaders. This was WAR on Americans, primarily those supporting Trump. WE DEMAND JUSTICE BE SERVED to these stinking traitors.

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    • 4sure says:

      The reason Rush is willing to forgive and forget is because he probably knows his uniparty buds like the Bushs, Karl Rove and widdle Marco are up to their ears in this shit sammich.

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      • TNGal says:

        Don’t talk badly about Rush. He has helped us through many a dark day in the past 25 years. I sadly do not believe that anything will happen to Obama in terms of criminal prosecution.

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      • Mary Morse says:

        Interesting that you mention Karl Rove. Just revisited this documentary recently.

        It’s about the alledged prosecutorial abuses of the Justice Dept under Bush. The narrative of the filmmaker, as well as that of Harper’s Scott Horton remind us of how much has been swept under the rug, how little has changed, and that the uniparty lives.

        Different scandal, same tactics, same players: Mueller, Comey, and Wray.

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        • cozette says:

          Wray was PDJTs personal pick for FBI. Q says to trust him. Currently, Swamp Rat Rosenstein is Wrays boss as AAG. It was necessary to have Rosenstein in place to lull the Swamp into a false sense of security. Soon Rosenstein will be out and Trumps guy will step in with no need for Senate confirmation. He will become Muellers supervisor and free Wray up at last. PDJT has been quite Machiavellian in setting up his “pieces” on the DOJ/FBI game board. Anyone who doesn’t love what’s going on really should just be quiet and trust POTUS so they can enjoy the show. Everything is going according to a jaw droppingly brilliant plan.

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      Rush would gladly see these people frogmarching in orange suits to Gitmo, he just knows we’ll all be disappointed, plus he can’t seem to be leading the pitch-fork-wielding mob.

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      • glissmeister says:

        When will others begin to MONETIZE the subversive actions of federal government employees and officials organized against the Trump campaign?

        These are unreported contributions-in-kind to the Clinton Campaign. The round-robin of CNN, NYT, WP, federales in heat, all a craven cohort to bring aid and advantage to the HRC of enormous economic value. I would estimate hundreds of millions of dollars worth of unreported donations-in-kind to the HRC campaign. Even the coverup and exoneration — the fraud of both were contributions-in-kind to the DNC and HRC campaigns.

        The anti-Trump electioneering and racketeering conducted from the Obama WH, DoS, FBI and DoJ had only one motive, to contribute to and benefit HRC/DNC campaign interests.

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    • josco scott says:

      I don’t necessarily get that from Mollie and Rush.

      Rush is a bit late to the party but I’m sure he’s been aware and hasn’t wanted to commit. I think he’s more proTrump than some might think…I remember hearing criticism of his being Cruz guy…which might well have been his first choice.

      Mollie has become much more firmly proTrump although married to NeverTrump poor dear…she’s a stud. So to speak.

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      • lobstah says:

        Having listened to Rush since 1990, I would agree that he leaned more to Cruz, as I did, but Ted wilted on the vine, leaving Trump as the only viable candidate. Rush has always been loathe to jump out front as that would appear to be leading us by the nose if we followed. Rush does lurk here, as I’ve heard things mentioned here being repeated a day or two later, which is a good thing, as not everyone in America is a Treeper, at least not yet.

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        • cdquarles says:

          I’ve been listening to Rush since his San Fran days, laughing along with him about Rio Linda. Yes, he is an entertainer. He, along with many others, have been countering the DMIC for decades. He’s human, so he’s subject to human foibles just as we all are.

          That reluctance of his with respect to political campaigns goes way back. He’s been burned by it, if I am remembering correctly.

          These days, though, I read the show’s transcripts more than the actual broadcasts, unless I’m out and about running errands.

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          • Lady Sid says:

            Yes, I would agree that Rush has been burned several times, some of it having nothing to do with Democrat/Liberal machinations. I saw an item in a tabloid a couple of mos ago that his marriage is on the rocks. What’s this, #4? He used to mention Kathryn from time to time on the show, mainly regarding the Rush Revere books they wrote together; and before that it was the “Lovely and Gracious Marta” who freaked out when he lost his hearing and was taking some drug. Don’t know about the others, but Rush is a nice guy and just missing a clue when it comes to women. Too bad he didn’t have a sister or two to wise him up;-)
            Speaking of tabloids, I think that Rush and the National Enquirer are not friends. Trump is able to plant stuff there that is favorable to him. That’s how Cruz got bounced as a candidate, when the NE showed a picture of Raphael Cruz (Ted’s Dad) with Lee Harvey Oswald passing out leaflets for the “Fair Play for Cuba” committee in New Orleans the summer of 1963. The photo i.d. for Cruz’s father was deliberately mislabeled w/ a red circle, but Raphael was def in that photo, distinctive profile and wavy hair and all. I have the issue and it was even clearer online. Kind of shocking, really. So rather than complain that the photo was a fake, and draw attention to it, Cruz very quickly dropped out and that was the end of that. Cruz was a Bushie and so was his father way back, but that’s a story for another day.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      It better happen. I trust that gets our point across.
      Watching and waiting, patiently.

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    • The idea that we can somehow prevent future corruption is unrealistic. These people need to be prosecuted and punished to the full extent of the law.

      But…eternal vigilance is the price of freedom. Every generation is tasked with keeping evil at bay. Political corruption is as old as mankind. As long as the effects of the Fall are in play good men will need to fight evil men.

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  9. Brent Hull says:

    if i were to walk down the dc streets with a fully loaded 45 cal handgun and while the surveillance cameras were rolling came across James Clapper and unloaded all roads into his head turning it into something that resembled a spilled plate of lasagna then testified under oath that i dd not and finally thereafter went on the view and said yes i did that would joy behar so i did it for the good of clapper and the country?

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  10. positron1352 says:

    Have started to hear Obama’s name mentioned directly now. So they are inching closer to the sacred cow. As far as Sessions, I believe he is working behind the scenes. Perhaps trying to prevent a second SC so that these people can be prosecuted more quickly by Huber. Just some guesses. In essence, I know nothing. 🙂

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      I agree with you, positron!

      Liked by 5 people

    • Marica says:

      Positron–I absolutely agree with you! GOD Willing–and I -Like you “know nothing”…;)

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    • Unlike the Session bashers who are Carnack………

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        • Minnie says:

          Well, that’s s blast from the past 😆

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        • thedoc00 says:

          Great ones on some of today’s politically “sensitive” snowflake topics….it show just far down the toilet the “The Tonight Show” and other late evening shows have fallen.

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        • Curt says:

          I had the pleasure of meeting and spending some time talking to Ed McMahon about a year before he died. He was an absolute gentleman and fun to talk to. He was sitting at a table in Caeser’s Palace in Las Vegas, at the time, selling aa autobiography he had just written. Interestingly, he was sitting all alone, and very few people didn’t seem to recognize him so I was able to monopolize some his time. He was a WWII veteran and part of the Greatest Generation. Very nice gentleman for sure…

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    • AmSa/Mx says:

      Right on positron……

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    • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

      I completely agree. I hope my prayers are ultimately answered in that justice will come to these gas lighting traitors. Sessions is truly “by the book” in IMHO and all the corrupted parties would love to remind him why they forced his recusal.
      I trust him, Huber and those who have not leaked,quietly ctossing the t’s and dotting the “five eyes” now that we have honest people pursuing the truth.
      Patience is a virtue indeed. I hope God is short on it now.

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      • Kate says:

        Grassleygirl,
        I agree with you, Americans are use to the “fast food” concept, we want everything instantly and do not like to wait, but in this case we must be patient in order to make the law work and make the bad guys pay for their treasoness actions.

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    • MVW says:

      “As far as Sessions, I believe he is working behind the scenes. Perhaps trying to prevent a second SC so that these people can be prosecuted more quickly by Huber. Just some guesses. In essence, I know nothing.”

      More imagining. Feel better now?
      Don’t worry, Trump has solved the AWOL Sessions problem by putting rogue, obstructing, usurping Rosenstein and Wray under General Kelly’s supervision.
      Rosenstein’s Mueller is now the 2018 DhimmiRat boat anchor.

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    • moonpup says:

      Timeline might be well controlled, we’ll see.

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  11. Dutchman says:

    Interesting. After supporting death penalty for 30 years, Dianne Fienstien has changed her position, and announced she no longer supports it. Spin is she has a challenger to her left, but I think its pure self interest,…

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  12. GB Bari says:

    Caputo is proving himself a patriot by offering financial aid for those wiling to come out and testify before the OIG and to whomever. He could have kept the excess from his crowdfunding activity for himself but he has chosen to share the benefit. THAT speaks volumes. If this FBI agent do come forward and are able to testify as witnesses to the upper office shenanigans, it will go a long way towards starting to restore public faith in that institution.

    The FBI was hijacked by antiTrump zealots who were entrusted as its leaders; they must be purged and shamed by the rank and file who are probably pretty decent people for the most part.

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      He was very classy to toward Carter Page on Ingraham Angle the other day. Seems like a good egg.

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    • Brent Hull says:

      another way to look at this that caputo is looking to organize, offer and manage a legal fund which legal fund he will take a cool 85% as a commission off the top for his needs and pleasures

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    • Marica says:

      Caputo posted here (I think)and was VERY Angry with SD and this site for questioning his seeming “walking back”… Once again…I cannot keep track of the white and black hats..
      –That’s why I wore a white hat with black polka dots to Derby..–jj

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  13. SR says:

    I am hoping something breaking news by this week Friday before long weekend. May be RR resignation; some indictments of previous administration; Proof of direct Obama involvement in spying.

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  14. tunis says:

    Huber is on the hot seat. If he serves up a nothingburger, many will be unhappy.

    I am curious who is going to officially connect the dots and publicly explain all the interconnections of this vast conspiracy to spy and frame, the candidate of the opposition political party in a presidential election, just as Sundance has done here at CTH.

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    • Brent Hull says:

      the federal government always fails to deliver justice when it concerns bringing pain to others that once worked in the federal government

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      • Brent Hull says:

        at least when it come to former higher ups in the government. primary exception: Richard Nixon

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      • MVW says:

        Like Sessions giving Lois Lerner a get out of Jail Free card?

        I am waiting on the Sessions apologists to ‘spain how strategic and smart that was… any day now.

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        • Brent Hull says:

          Sessions is not alone amongst us ags letting high up feds off

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          • Curt says:

            Actually, as far fetched as this sounds, I am wondering if Sessions was a mole? Everything he’s done, right from the beginning, has been damaging to this administration. The only thing I can think of that could be considered positive is the appointment of Huber to the OIG investigation. However, Huber’s input remains to be seen… Sessions basically turns the DOJ over to Rosenstein, with the biggest scandal of this country pending, does not make sense at all. The reasons given for his recusal are weak and feeble at best. Consider the conflicts Rosenstein had by comparison. This president is dealing with a very hostile DOJ and Sessions has done virtually NOTHING to mitigate that. There’s a better than even chance that Sessions is either dirty or just a part of the swamp. There’s also the possibility that he’s just a weak feckless bureaucrat. Of course, whatever the case may be, Sessions is a dismal disappointment.

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        • cozette says:

          MVW Sessions was dealing with an utterly corrupt DOJ and FBI and none of Trumps judges had been confirmed. Why charge her when she’d get off? Why tip off the Rats that you were intending to drain the whole Swamp so they could scurry away before you had your traps ready? Why not seem to Lerner off so the Swamp felt safe making it easier to snare them ALL when you had your team in place? Factually, civil suits have been filed and will destroy her. Because Sessions did NOT charge her criminally she can’t plead the 5th. If he had charged her she would have gotten off and used that in her civil trials. Understand now what the calculation was? PDJT and his team are looking at the big picture. They are fighting a world wide war against corruption and pure EVIL. If they lose we are lost. With that in mind, I’m OK with Lerner APPEARING to get a pass. Chess pieces are always sacrificed to win the game. Real people have already sacrificed their lives to win this war. Surely some can sacrifice their lust to see Lerner criminally charged if in so doing thecwar is ultimately won.

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    • Heika says:

      What is missing about ‘Huber’ is ‘everything’. There is no time limit, not clarity, no charges, nothing. All anyone knows about Huber is that Sessions said he is in action. What else ? What other proof that he is anything but another ‘washing machine’ for the big dirty mess? Sorry for my cynicism. But just WHO is he accountable to? Oh yeh… would be ?? Sessions? Rosenstein? No one? Because both of these players are cover up merchants. The old boys club, busy burying stuff, and creating red herrings. When things go ‘underground’ they are lost. Huber’s game should be fully publically viewable. No less. Transparency in all this is absolutely essential. It is too dangerous to for anything to be any other way considering the mess and how it was created. I am standing by that. I dont care about ‘sealed indictments’ and all that nonsense. So far no one has been charged, NO ONE – except innocents. That is what is actually happening. Nothing else until it does. There is no reason to believe Huber is doing anything.

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      • Marica says:

        Heika– DO YOU READ ANY OF SUNDANCE’S POSTS? LIKE– ANY OF THEM?

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      • Minnie says:

        Heika, my policy (which has saved my sanity over this unbelievable craziness, along with Sundance’s brilliant analysis) is:

        We do not know what we do not know.

        I understand your anger and frustration, all of us do.

        Throwing out a lifeline to pull you back to shore. I have experienced the edge of the cliff but going off the deep end never helps.

        Remember, God didn’t save us from drowning only to bury us on the shore.

        You’re in good company here, I hope you accept my words in their proper context.

        🙏Faith🦁Trust🇺🇸

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      • SharkDiver says:

        Don’t know how Trump manages without seeking your advice.

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      • Chieftain says:

        Sessions is not a cover up person.

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      • LCSmom says:

        Then why appoint him at all if the objective is to cover it all up? Your rant doesn’t really make sense.

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        • cozette says:

          Law and Order 101. A prosecutor should NEVER let the public know who he is investigating, who is appearing before grand juries or who has been indictated until the indictments are unsealed and arrests made. Currently there are 29,000+ more sealed indictments than usual. When to unseal them is based on strategy and timing. Why prematurely tip off the Rats. Got it? People who believe Trump and his team are stupid and/or corrupt and need to be counselled by the so much wiser “peanut gallery” are tiresome. I’m trusting POTUS and his team. They have EARNED my trust. Enjoy the show.

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      • dustycowpoke says:

        The buck stops on President Donald J. Trumps desk. It always does. No worry here.

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    • Dutchman says:

      And thats gonna take TIME. Get used to this moving at a slow pace. Watergate took 2years or more, and this makes it look miniscule. And hes, as this comes out, in full, will cause reexamination of that.
      Will be interesting to see what happens with briefings of congress; if S.D. and 3d chess believers are right, seems to me they are briefed on what Hubers doing, that HE redacted, cause of an ongoing criminal investigation, and are basically told to “cool it, back off”.
      So, watching what they say and do, after meeting could give a clue.

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    • 4sure says:

      No one. SD has already done it.

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    • Cat Lady says:

      Huber is the one that Caputo should be talking to, don’t you think??

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  15. starfcker says:

    I have to admit, I love Joe’s shtick. It’s the same every time. Pound the newest facts home. Name names, and call crimes what they are. Take no prisoners. Let’s win this. It’s a treat to see one of his interviews on these pages. I watch every single one.

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    • Heika says:

      Joe is the best, along with Nunes. My two favorites.

      Liked by 7 people

    • ezpz2 says:

      Yes, he’s clear, concise, convincing. Speaks with conviction, pun intended.

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    • JX says:

      I loved it when he said, “Comey and Clapper and Brennan are a group of psychotics”

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      • Ackman420 says:

        You can see it in their eyes and hear it in their voices. Yet they are heroes to the progressives. It’s kind of sad, for our country, not them. They can rot in jail and the progs can spend the rest of their lives trying to figure out what went wrong. No Deals!

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    • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

      I absolutely second that emotion! !!
      Will not miss Joe! He minces no words, and was the 1st to point out that Mueller was never investigating a crime to lead to a suspect . He was investigating a suspect to find a crime. Paraphrasing.

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      • Lady Sid says:

        Remember that Robert Mueller’s Wikipedia page includes this: FBI Director Robert Mueller, when confronted by Pres GW Bush re: perception that FBI was failing to round up more terrorists in the US, responded, saying about possible suspects, “If they don’t commit a crime, it would be difficult to identify and isolate them.” VP Cheney objected, castigating Mueller thus: “That’s just not good enough. We’re hearing this too much from the FBI.” Somebody should throw those words back in the Special Prosecutor’s face.

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    • Everett Miller says:

      I wish POTUS would force Sessions to resign to spend more time with his family chasing pot smokers and appoint Joe DiGenova as interim head of Justice Department. Then, as Wray to go help Sessions; and appoint Mike Rogers as Head of the FBI.

      Katy bar the door.

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  16. Marica says:

    star–I absolutely agree!! Joe has that Trump-factor..Straight shooter–doesnt mince words–no legalese bullsh#it.. Plain language…

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    • Dutchman says:

      Heika; If you familarise yourself with the law, and rule of law, hou would realise thats JUST what you SHOULD see, from a Fed. Prosecutor: NOTHING. You should hear; NOTHING. They aren’t paid to entertain us, like Joe. They are paid to Prosecute.
      They are barred from saying ANYTHING about an investigation, either official statements OR unnofficial “unnamed officials familiar with the investigation” strategic leaking. Muellers team has been breaking the rules, all along.
      So, it SEEMS like Mueller is doing stuff, while other side is doing nothing.
      Don’t be decieved.

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      • Minnie says:

        Thank you, Dutchman.

        You brought up an excellent point.

        The seditious gang has been brazenly breaking the law for so long their actions are perceived as the norm.

        Setting precedent isn’t always a good thing.

        We WILL return to Rule of Law, precisely as our Constitution dictates.

        The only ones to be hurt will be the evil, seditious cabal.

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      • MVW says:

        Dutch,
        Huber is attached to the IG to provide prosecutorial action on what the IG’s staff of 500 dig up. He is located outside of DC so any leaks would be easy to spot. The structure and staffing of this combination is one of Session’s bright spots. There are other bright spots such as the hugely successful work on brining down pedophile and sex / human trafficking rings, the importance of which can’t be overstated.

        Huber is reported to be a super guy to have in this role.

        From here on out to 2018 will be bad news for the DhimmiRat Big Dream. Drip, Drip, Drip.

        Sessions, Rosenstein, Mueller are non issues anymore. Trump will keep Rosey and Mule alive as Zombies of the Dark State, moving but finished. Sessions has a lot of work still to do. (Trump got him off the election killing MJ debacle he was hound dogging, another save by Trump).

        Looks good to me.

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  17. Minnie says:

    Sundance, your decisive and purposeful opening paragraph says it all.

    Thank you!

    Praying the ignorant blind/deaf general population wake up to the truths that are finally reaching their mudslime media.

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  18. Landerelmarmot says:

    The important point in Caputo’s story is the timeframe. Early May corresponds withTrump securing the Republican nomination. Almost immediately Caputo, Page and Papadopoulos are approached by people in or tied to the IC. The party line origin story of Downer calling the FBI in July to report on his pub hop with Papadopoulos is a blatant load of crap.

    The counterintelligence frame up of Trump began in May 2016 at the latest.

    One lingering thought I have been pondering is whether Trump was the only candidate in the Presidential election to cross paths with the IC?

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    • roubaix says:

      Rand Paul was asked about surveillance of his campaign by a reporter who seemed to have an IC source. Paul has tried to get answers about it, first asking the DOJ and recently asking Gina Haspel, but I don’t know that he ever got much of a response.

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  19. intercesser says:

    There is some validity to the idea that destroying Obama’s brand is the best outcome that we could realistically expect . Hilary Clinton is the gift that keeps on giving , like Nancy Pelosi and Al Sharpton . Let the Democrats keep on defending the indefensible . The real fun will be watching all of the rinos and the nevertrumpers try and find a team to play on . I am wondering where McCain will end up …..?…..

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  20. Kent says:

    …the mosaic grows and grows…while

    mueller looks elsewhere

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    • Dutchman says:

      McCain will end up embraced in eternal warmth, i expect.
      As for rest of nevertrumpers, they will gradually try to ingratiate themselves, like glen beck. Too little wayyy to late, for me.

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  21. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Love the way Caputo is now offering to FUND FBI agents to come forward! That money people sent him is going to work even HARDER now!

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    • Marica says:

      wolfie– Whats your take on Caputo?

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    • wheatietoo says:

      That DailyWire article is now starting to stink like a two-day-old poopy diaper baking in the hot sun.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Yes. Something interesting with that. I’m beginning to think that NeverTrump is AlwaysGullible when it’s BadForTrump.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          And…AlwaysEager to whip up anything that they think might GetTrump.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Wolf, did you see that comment from “michaelrcaputo” in the thread about the ‘misunderstanding’?

          Here’s a link to it:

          https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/05/23/everything-michael-caputo-said-in-last-24-hours-was-one-big-misunderstanding/comment-page-2/#comment-5416256

          I wonder if it’s really him?

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Wheatie – Michael’s recounting of being offered information allegedly from an email which shows up later in the PODESTA “hack” leads me to believe that I may have been RIGHT in my earlier thinking about Podesta’s email dump being a RELEASE (which was mostly just garbage and cheap shiny objects, IMO) and thus being highly curated DISINFORMATION and SELECTIVE INFORMATION, designed to support several narratives:

            (1) Russian hacking against poor Obama administration is REAL (so they can alter the chummy Uranium One and “whoops” let’s give this to Russia reality) and maybe the Russians did it to help Trump

            (2) Podesta never saw any extremely cough-cough “fire up Old Sparky” UFO stuff

            (3) Pizzagate trafficking is just a “conspiracy theory”

            (4) Massive distraction from more serious problems

            What I’m thinking is that the KGB-DNC-CIA knew Caputo’s Russia-related background was PERFECT for the set-up, so they went after him with the offers to “bring in the email stuff” using a very BELIEVABLE actor. But in the long run, that didn’t work – for layers of reasons, including the final one: the Trump people knew better. A culture of “we’re under the microscope” kept things on the up and up. We see that in Caputo’s actions – he didn’t feel comfy even bringing up the potential trouble.

            SO – unable to get anybody to take the bait, they pushed the narrative straight to the public using the Podesta release, which was likely planned all along as A LATER STEP of indicting the Trump campaign for taking the emails FROM RUSSIA.

            Here is how that works:

            Give Caputo and Trump the email tarbaby, featuring SPECIFIC BITS OF TAR

            Media leaks about SPECIFIC BITS OF TAR being taken by Trump campaign, or even better, egg Trump into TWEETING the “insider knowledge” about them

            Lo and behold, SPECIFIC BITS show up in “hacked” Podesta emails

            Conclusion – hacking is real, Trump people got it from Russians, COLLUSION.

            There is definitely an attempt to frame Trump here using IC “sources and methods”, and even the IC narrative of “bad Russia”, which is perfect establishment gotcha for people who actually WERE colluding with Russia in secret. I think Caputo is zeroing in on what they were doing by noting that particular email appearing later.

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            • wheatietoo says:

              Wolfie, I don’t think the Podesta email dump was done ‘on purpose’ for disinformation.
              There was too much damaging info in those emails.

              The PizzaGate thing is real.
              Andrew Breitbart was talking about Podesta being a pedophile, back before he died.
              Andrew would not have just made that up.
              He knew something.

              There have been rumors about Hollywood bigs involved in pedophilia, for decades.
              Andrew Breitbart lived out there and had family in the movie business.
              He may have heard first-hand accounts about it.

              I think the Ozero/HRC team was desperate to keep PDJT from having friendly conversations with Putin.
              That’s why they used Russia…out of all the countries…for their fake story about ‘collusion’.

              They wanted to thoroughly discredit Putin/Russia, so that no one would believe anything they had to tell.

              There was that woman in Putin’s state dept who said…”Why are you lying about us? We have been keeping your secrets.”
              Remember that?

              There are no doubt, things in HRC’s emails, that are incriminating.
              That’s why she deleted them and destroyed her server.
              That’s why she had a ‘private server’ in the first place.

              I think all these monkey-motions by the scheme team, were probably to create doubt about “which are the real emails?”
              And also…to frame people on the Trump Team.

              That way, if the real HRC emails do finally come out…they can say:
              “Those aren’t her emails! Those are fake!”

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                Interesting thoughts! I do agree about Pizzagate, but I think they deployed “OTT” trolls with the dump to basically set a back-fire, and turn Pizzagate into a fully fledged “conspiracy theory” (or try to). Remember – it started when the Weiner laptop became a thing. MAKES SENSE.

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                • wheatietoo says:

                  Well the Dem-media came up the term “Fake News” to use against the PizzaGate story…remember that?

                  That in itself, should tell us how threatened they were by the story.

                  Then, our President took that term away from them and beat them with it.
                  Hah.
                  They have been running from it ever since.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Interesting. Sharyl Attkisson broke the fact that ERIC SCHMIDT of G00gle fame is the one who carried out the fake news meme origination psy-op using front companies. SO – he had some interest there…..

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      • Marica says:

        wheetie!– I truly do not know what to think of Caputo? …Any insights?

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        • wheatietoo says:

          I think he’s got a story to tell and is trying to Stay Alive and survive the telling of it.

          Fact remains…he was targeted for abusive treatment by Team Mueller.

          This should tell us that Caputo knows things that Team Mueller (and the conspirators) don’t want to come out.

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          • Marica says:

            WOW! Caputo posted on this site and was so Angry…Did you guys see his posts?

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          • Tonawanda says:

            wheatietoo:

            1) Anyone begging for funds online should be willing to publish a financial account backing up his claims. Showing the liquidation of his children’s college fund (as MC asserted), for example, should be easy to prove. At the very least, MC could publish the exact expenses he has incurred. MC ought to have done this willingly as a matter of demonstrating good faith, but he did not.

            2) No one knows for certain how wealthy MC is, but his circumstances suggest that he might be a wealthy man. MC himself publicly raised the issue of his wealth, and thus asking for clarification is not an invasion of privacy. Again, MC ought to have done this willingly as a matter of demonstrating good faith, but he did not.

            3) I live in the same region as MC, and here it is a given that a friend will have a fund-raising dinner for another friend in need. It appears the MC has many wealthy friends. Not one could have had a dinner of 125 where each donated $1000? Would that not have been more seemly than engaging in what MC himself said about internet begging: “it does not have a good look.” Or did MC’s friends not care?

            4) Too many people have sought to “monetize” the Trump phenomenon, just as too many people tried to monetize the Tea Party phenomenon. Human nature being what it is, attempts to make money off people’s sincere concerns was an inevitable development, but no less destructive because it was inevitable. We Deplorables have a right to be skeptical when getting money from us “for the cause” is concerned.

            5) To my mind, MC’s story just does not sound right. He may be telling the complete truth, but if a competent lawyer cross-examined him from what we know now MC would look like a liar or a complete jackass. Look at the speculation on CTH trying to justify the questionable aspects of the story.

            6) Please take this with caution, because what I am about to say is based on memory, and I am far from certain about the details. I listened to numerous hours of Caputo when he was on local radio substituting for the regular host (6 months ago? a year?) several days in a row. I looked forward to it eagerly because he was an “insider.” My over all impression was puzzled disappointment, but what stuck out for me was his impassioned defense of his good friend Manafort’s sterling character.

            7) Caputo’s “angry” posts yesterday (if that was him) did not reassure me. They sounded like deflection. If he reads CTH faithfully as he says, why didn’t he address the questions raised here on CTH in a mature, comprehensive way, instead of saying he was going to quit? Does that inspire confidence.

            8) In the latest interview MC point out that he was an Army Captain with security clearance. Isn’t that a fact which makes his claims all the more implausible? You can almost see MC has reviewed how he would be torn apart on cross-examination.

            9) I respect others who have faith in Caputo, things are far from clear cut. But I would want to know a lot more before putting my eggs in that basket.

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  22. Dutchman says:

    Thehill, (hardly a bastion of support for PDJT), OP-ED by Sheryl Atkinson “8 signs pointing to ,…”
    Pretty good concise summary of the big ugly. Doesnt get into the weeds, and sticks with basics, while illustrating how this was a multi-pronged attack, politically motivated, by I.C.
    So, it IS ‘getting out there’, bigtime.
    People who would never read CTH read the hill, faithfully.

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    • Dutchman says:

      “How in the WORLD did ‘TRUMP’ win the election? He didn’t cheat, or collude with Russians, and he had Rep. and Dem. party, media AND I.C. and Deepstate against him. Hillary spent far more $, had far more staff. It SEEMS impossible!”, says libertard athiest.
      “Easy, first off, hes a VSG, second, She was a HORRIBLE candidate, but mostly, when God is on your side, NO one can stand against you!” replies true believer.

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      • Dutchman says:

        To flesh out earlier post: preserving the integrity of an ongoing investigation ( not letting the perps know your ‘onto’ them) is NOT the ONLY reason for the DOJ rules/regs prohibiting commenting on ongoing investigations. For the other reason, look at what happened to Caputo. Its also to protect innocent people from being smeared. Also why grand juries are done quietly, rules about THAT, too.
        First the press or public is SUPPOSED to know about anything, is when Huber calls a press conference, to announce arrests/indictments.
        Compare/contrast dueling investigations; Mueller is a textbook example of how NOT to run an investigation.

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  23. JPatrick says:

    London bridge is falling down, falling down….

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  24. Justbill says:

    Do You Believe In Coincidences?

    Late 2015, Professor Sam Clovis jumps ship and goes from the Rick Perry team to the Trump team as party chairman. This surprised the Perry team because Clovis could be called either an anti-Trumper or a never-Trumper.
    In March of 2016, about the same time as Paul Manafort was brought on board to share duties with Clovis, both Papadopoulos and Page are hired by Sam Clovis. At the time they both lived overseas. How Clovis, with his limited campaign experience, even heard of these two, is a mystery. He admits to hiring them but declined or refused to say how he heard of them.
    Now within days the Maltese professor, Mifsud, meets Papadopoulos and starts talking to him about Clinton emails. Within a few weeks, Fusion GPS is hired by Clinton. They in turn hire Steele. Not so Steele could then compile what has become known as The Steele Dossier, but that he could dress up info that is being fed to him to give it an air of legitimacy. Certain details may have been added after he was hired, but those details almost certainly came from someone with access to SIGINT. How else would Steele report that Trumps lawyer, Michael Cohen, had flown to Prague in late summer of 2016, except it was the wrong Cohen. How else would Steele have gotten the info except through an intelligence database? And rumor also has it that a longtime Clinton fixer, Cody Shearer, actually fed info to Steele, not the other way around.
    So now Mifsud contacts Papadopoulos and the FBI spy Halper contacts Page. We hear a lot about those meetings. But what about the meeting Halper has the end of August 2016 with Clovis? All we hear about that is, in Clovis words, it was “an innocuous meeting”. They talked about China and the Asian theatre. I wasn’t aware that Sam Clovis was an expert in that area. We don’t know if that was the first time they met or communicated. Why so little information about that meeting? What was the purpose of that meeting held outside of Washington D.C.? And was anybody else at that meeting?
    We do know that a couple of professors work for intelligence agencies. I believe that the FBI/DOJ/CIA were real quick to all but leak Halpers name to the Post and NYT. Especially after being told by those same agencies that revealing their source…er…spy’s identity could put that person in jeopardy. Was it done maybe to throw everyone off the scent of another professor?

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    • farrier105 says:

      I interpret Misfud talking to Papadopoulos about the “emails” to mean the DEEP STATE stole the emails–all of them–as part of the plan to create the Trump-Russia-Wikileaks Axis of Evil. One purpose was to get Trump out of office once elected. The other was an excuse to move decisively against Wikileaks and all whistleblower organizations as a “Two-Fer.” Hillary MAYBE getting elected was a bonus, but I don’t think they were ever 100% sold that she could win. They wouldn’t have gone this far if they thought that. I have a timeline with links to support this. This is my opinion. I’ll stay with it until the evidence says otherwise.

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      • That’s not the context in which Mifsud interacted with Papa and the further acting by Downer.
        These guys entrapped Papadolpolous.

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        • farrier105 says:

          “Entrapped” is exactly what I meant. They were dirtying up the Trump Campaign people, or trying to. Papadopoulos and Page had to bad luck to wind up on Trump’s list of “foreign policy advisors” that he gave to the media early in 2016. The list got into the media, and Dumb Jimmy Comey took the list to brief the NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL about all the people on the list. Trump needed to have “foreign policy advisors” as the Establishment GOPers were pressuring him about the matter, so there is a good chance this list of “advisors” included people Trump never met. Think about that one when you think about how Page and Papadopoulos got pulled into this. They were never part of anything near the inner circle of the Trump campaign, but their being on the list got the attention of the “Deep State,” so here come guys like Mifsud and Halper trying to entrap them. The attempts failed because neither of the two had any influence whatsoever with the campaign, but this has got the Deep State in trouble.

          A crib sheet screwed them. Trump had a crib sheet of “foreign policy advisors,” and Dumbass Jimmy thought it was real.

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  25. Mujhunter says:

    I’ve been finding it rather humorous how Clapper and Comey are trying to justify having an informant within the Trump campaign for his “safety” from the Russians.

    So if this were actually an authorized Human Intelligence Operation, I’m sure they all briefed the Gang of Eight on what they were doing prior to the “official” July 30, 2016 commencement of the CI Investigation, right?

    Right.. SURE they did.. Sure they did..

    Hope they enjoy wearing Orange Jump Suits..

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Brennan already admitted, Candidate and President Elect Trump was NOT informed of the FBI operation. All he received was a briefing from Brennan that likely only consisted of INTEL and neutral sounding assessment as far as spying as well as threat were concerned.

      Clapper testified before congress there was no impact.

      These guys can’t even keep their story straight and appears the preps are going to every man for themselves mode. Its like watching a Lucha Libre tag team match.

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  26. scott467 says:

    “Tucker Carlson led off his broadcast on Tuesday night with a discussion of the latest developments in “Spygate”. An illegal operation by intelligence leadership within President Obama’s cabinet.”

    ____________________

    We’re using the word “Spy”, so we should be using the word “Treason” in connection with it.

    Breaking the speed limit is ‘illegal’. Jaywalking is ‘illegal’.

    Treason is an infinitely more loaded word, and it’s perfect for the language war that we have been in for some time now.

    A treasonous operation by intelligence leadership within President Hussein’s cabinet” sound incredibly more serious than ‘illegal’.

    For one very good and true reason.

    Because it is.

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    • I so agree. Getting fed up with listening to some of the verbiage. Heard a Christian commentator use words that sounded like the traitors deserved only a hand slap. They are so cautious as to be cowardly.

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      • lobstah says:

        As a Christian I know that the final judgement awaits those who denounce God. When it comes to those who were part of this, President, congress person, CIA, FBI, whatever, a length of hemp, unlike a joint, would seem to be their just desserts. Forfeiture of assets and a lifetime tenure on an island, no visitors, no phone, no computers, basic food and clothing ala Napoleon would suffice. Escape would enact a stated penalty of summary execution, no trial, no exceptions. While many would like the execution to proceed on conviction, it would establish an ugly precedent for a future obama like administration, brought about, like the first, by corruption and malfeasance in the media and election procedures, desiring to find payback. We, as a people, have shied away from executing political criminals. However, should justice escape those guilty, bringing about a needed revolution, a well secured rope would then be justified.

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  27. DARREN BERNAT says:

    This whole thing is very embarrassing for the obama admin. His corrupt a@@ was caught with his hand in the cookie jar and it is forcing many of his allies to expose themselves as biased conspirators. I believe that they will ultimately get away with their crimes because the leftwing base will never stop drinking the Kool aide. And they will never stop serving tainted kool-aid. The left has a very powerful weapon in the msm.

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  28. I am convinced this whole debacle originated from Obumbler who probably instructed his IC to take steps to ensure Trump did not win.
    Furthermore, I cannot understand how a FISA court judge could be so gullible, unless of course she was complicit.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      When all you got is a Rubber Stamp, everything looks like a FISA Warrant Application.

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      • konradwp1 says:

        When all you’ve got is a hammer, everything looks like a smirking Deep State player’s face …

        One only hopes Alexander Downer quietly departs in an auto-erotic asphyxiation accident with those infamous fish-net stockings. The hammer solution can be so very messy.

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    • Everett Miller says:

      Ooops.
      you’ve mentioned the elephant in the room.
      THE JUDGES. we know they are corrupt (lawyers). If even one or two (recently) does or says the right thing from the bench, we are all amazed.
      Perhaps the delay in INDICTMENTS is the problem of positioning the case with the right District NOT IN WASHINGTON DC?
      If Sessions/Huber succeed in that we have a chance.
      NEXT UP FOR TRUMP’S ATTACKS MIGHT BE THE JUDGES.

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  29. mr.piddles says:

    “Liberals are no longer liberals; they’re progressives.”

    Boom.

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    • SB says:

      DiGenova nails it by linking current “liberalism” to Wodrow Wilson progressivism. No principle other than those who are not with them are enemies. Indeed, best definition I’ve heard for “progressivism” is the ideology promoting progress around the Constitution. Essentially, to erase the limits on government in favor of the ruling class.

      MAGA!!

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    • Donzo says:

      And the word progressive in the political context is a euphemism that connotes socialist.

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  30. He Sundance, I just saw the same two black cats! Could be a glitch in the Matrix. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6OvndXKxrE

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  31. RAC says:

    At 4.20 JD mentions the Rice memo to self, it made me re-think it. When that story first came out I totally discounted her report of that meeting and its twice mentioned “by the book” as a made up lie, never happened. However if one thinks about it again and substitutes “appears to be by the book” it becomes in context to what would have their focus at that time.

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  32. andy says:

    Cut to the chase!

    All you got to do is show an event in the dossier was made up of Stefan Halper projections.

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  33. Piggy says:

    The FBI is a political entity and should be shut down. Those agents don’t need supeonas to talk to the IG so I’m not buying this at all. If they’re good people and take their oaths seriously then they need to start talking. If they’re involved they should spill it. It’s time to show all the cards and call some bluffs.

    I dislike the investigation complex in DC but if it was possible I wouldn’t mind one into Mueller and his Leftist group. Maybe a FWA claim against the SC.

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  34. konradwp1 says:

    A great segment by Tucker. Well worth watching. The second half with Caputo is of critical importance. He confirms those contacting him to try and get him to bite did so around the time (May 2016) that Papadopoulos was also being baited.

    Mark Styen has written a fantastic overview of the plot to bring down Trump:
    https://www.steynonline.com/8667/tinker-tailor-clapper-carter-downer-halper-spy
    Not as much “granular detail” as Sundance, but plenty of humour.

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    • JMC says:

      konradwp1 – Thanks! This is an extremely informative piece. It perfectly shows the set-up and throws new light on a lot of the characters involved. I urge all to read and study it.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Funny bloke, that Styen. Caputo sure is sticking to his side of the story. *shrug*

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    • NoSnow says:

      According to Steyn’s article, Christopher STEELE was also at this July 11 & 12, 2016 conference along with Carter PAGE and Stefan HALPER. One week later, STEELE’s 19 July 2016 memorandum discloses the alleged meeting between PAGE & SECHIN

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  35. SB says:

    “Obama knew all about this (spying). And the notion that he didn’t is Ludi-Chris [Wallace].”

    DiGenova used the same phrase Secretary Pompeo used in response to a silly question from Ludi-Chris Wallace during a recent Sunday interview.

    MAGA!!

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  36. Jane Smith says:

    President Trump should announce before the long weekend that he is going to start a “Good Spying Campaign” on Brennan, Clapper, Comey, and Obama…to protect them.

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  37. Larry Carlisle says:

    “Secret surveillance was conducted on no fewer than seven Trump associates: chief strategist Stephen Bannon; lawyer Michael Cohen; national security adviser Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn; adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner; campaign chairman Paul Manafort; and campaign foreign policy advisers Carter Page and George Papadopoulos.” (TheHill)

    Why not Sessions? Dirt on Sessions answers A LOT of questions… When did he join the campaign? What was going on at that time (per the timeline)?

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    • rudy1876 says:

      Well, if that’s so, and certainly might be, he’s gotta’ be freaking out because it is clear, he’s not going to get away cleanly with no punishment. The IG reports are going to be whatever they are going to be, but they, again, are just another beginning. Sessions has a small window to reveal his allegiance.

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    • cozette says:

      Please get therapy for your Sessions Derangement or learn to suffer in SILENCE.

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  38. Hillyard says:

    Seems as though it won’t be long now until spygate plows right up to Barry. Sooner or later, the peons, (Clapper, Comey, Brennan) will only be able to defend themselves by claiming Barry directed it

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    • cdquarles says:

      That won’t help them ;).

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      • sundancer55 says:

        Yeah, even our ridiculous court system knows you can’t fix stupid, so those twerps are gonna be on their own. I hope they weren’t expecting any help from Barry in the first place. He’s a traitor to all, even those he calls his friends. He has no friends and I hope he finds out soon how true that is for him.

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  39. rudy1876 says:

    I swear Comey and Clapper are setting up a stupidly defense. I don’t know what Brennan has up his sleeve, but I hope they’re keeping a close eye on him.

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    • sundancer55 says:

      Brennan is going for the insanity defense or the Alzheimer’s defense. Then again, he might be insane like a fox so yes, he needs watching. The wild–eyed freak needs watching anyway so what are we talkin’ here . . .?!

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  40. Li'l D in the Big D says:

    Joe d must be confused.

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  41. k4jjj says:

    Joe diGenova made the excellent point if the Russians were truly trying to infiltrate the Trump campaign, why would these crack counterintelligence professionals not just warn Trump about it?

    Comey, Clapper and Brennan are such goofballs, their arguments have become comedy sketches. Is this a new episode of The Three Stooges? Is this a new Mel Brooks movie, “Blazing Rooskies?”

    They are talking like Lt. Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) in Naked Gun 2 1/2. “I’m sure that we can handle this situation maturely, just like the responsible adults that we are. Isn’t that right, Mr. Poopy Pants?” OR, from Naked Gun 33 1/2, “Like a midget at a urinal, I was going to have to stay on my toes.”

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  42. Zippy says:

    Super relevant Framegate stuff starts at 34:50:

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  43. andy says:

    Guess who was in london marh 2016
    https://www.jill2016.com/jill_speaks_at_oxford_union
    hrmmmm

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  44. Mike diamond says:

    It’s the old bait and switch!!! Russia,Russia,Russia!??? Yet our own media day and night were cheerleaders for hillary!!! It’s. A total shame,scam!!!

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