Former DOJ, FBI and Intelligence Officials Positioning For Devastating IG Report…

Many people have noted the bizarre number of former Obama Administration DOJ, FBI and Intelligence Community officials who have gone to work within the U.S. media apparatus in order to protect their interests.

Former CIA Director John Brennan now working for NBC; former DNI James Clapper now working for CNN; former FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker now working for Lawfare blog; former FBI Supervisory Special Agent Josh Campbell now working for CNN; former Obama adviser Ben Rhodes now working for MSNBC…. the list goes on. All motives transparently political.

Notably absent, the hiring of any actual journalists.

All of these pre-positioned forces are defensive in nature. All of their collective narrative constructs stem from a self-preservation instinct. The U.S. media has imploded onto itself and devolved into an Kafkaesque assembly of political narrative engineers churning out fake news 24/7.

What we are now witnessing is something far beyond Pravda and Baghdad Bob. What we now see is an even more severe distortion of media; an alternate reality created as if the Stasi and Tokyo Rose joined forces to take control of U.S. broadcasts.

If the head of the KGB was an analyst for Russia Today, people would laugh. The New York Times would continue pointing at the example as a reason never to believe the stories. Yet, identically, former CIA Director John Brennan is on TV daily and almost no-one gives it a second thought.

A surreal distortion of reality, hence Kafkaesque.

Cue today’s audio visual demonstration.

Former FBI Supervisory Special Agent Josh Campbell, now a CNN analyst, steps to the forefront along with Deep State media guards at the New York Times and Washington Post, to pre-position the FBI defense in advance of the Inspector General Report:

(Campell Tweet LinkZapotosky Tweet LinkUnderlying WaPo Story Link)

Emphasis mine:

(Via Washington Post) Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz recently summoned an FBI agent important to the probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election for an interview. His investigators wanted to know how the bureau came to surveil a former Trump campaign adviser, and in particular, the chronology of events that led them to seek a secret court order to do so.

As the Justice Department’s internal affairs cop, this is the sort of work Horowitz does: investigating the investigators. In that role, he has suddenly found himself in the political spotlight, a potentially decisive voice in the partisan controversies over the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state, and its subsequent probe of the Trump campaign and Russia.

In the coming weeks, Horowitz is expected to release a nearly 500-page report criticizing the Justice Department and FBI for their handling of the Clinton email investigation, people familiar with the matter said. They, like others in this report, spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak frankly about matters they are not authorized to discuss publicly. Meanwhile, he has intensified his review of the Russia investigation, interviewing the FBI agent who once led the case and inviting him back for a second conversation, one of these people said.

Those who know Horowitz say his findings will be as nonpartisan as they are thorough. But his work is almost certain to be weaponized by President Trump against federal law enforcement, and some question whether it will quell the tension gripping Washington.

“He’s going to be unflappable, he’s going to be apolitical, he’s going to call it like he sees it,” said Mary Jo White, a former U.S. attorney in the Southern District of New York who supervised Horowitz when he worked there.

She added: “I think the public should have a very high degree of confidence in whatever he finds. Now, that’s a different question than, ‘How will it be received?’ ” (read more)

Well, those outlined interviews describe IG Horowitz looking into the FISA abuse scandal at the heart of SpyGate; and we all know who the re-re-re-re-interviewed FBI Agent is, don’t we:

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567 Responses to Former DOJ, FBI and Intelligence Officials Positioning For Devastating IG Report…

  1. GTOGUY says:

    I guess that is why Mr. Strzok was not fired or allowed to resign, same with Preisap. They will be a wealth of information for Horowitz.

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    • Brian L says:

      No rudeness intended, but, duh.

      Liked by 2 people

      • GTOGUY says:

        My comment was meant as a readers digest version for those who may have just joined this site or just happened upon this blog and are not up to speed as to why these folks are still employed.

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    • nbkilgore says:

      GTOGUY, that was determined 10/2017 and has been discussed at length until 4/2018 on CTH with Sundance at the helm. Check out the archive, a lot good investigative reporting done by Sundance with a lot of good solid input from the Treepers. Good stuff, check it out! Oh, those purple hyperlink is loaded with good references too, cheers!

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    • cali says:

      @GTOGUY: It appears that Strzok has flipped or rather was flipped.

      I would not be surprised that OIG Horowitz is also looking over Mueller’s shoulders that began with the Strzok/Page txt this past year. Think about that as Mueller played dumb all-the-while Strzok was on his investigation team. Yet – it took Horowitz to remind Mueller of the existing texts ending Strzok’s Mueller’s love fest as he was removed.

      Also of note the FBI lead investigator into Hillary’s emails and server who resigned out of disgust seeing his work ant that of his going sideways decided to testify to the congressional committee of Grassley in his scheduled hearing.

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  2. Navy says:

    “There are only two things. Truth and lies. Truth is indivisible, hence it cannot recognize itself; anyone who wants to recognize it has to be a lie.” – Franz Kafka (1883-1924)

    **** note: for a quick and easy Kafka read…. try The Metamorphosis. If you can read quickly and like a larger word count, try The Trial. His books were burned by Hitler but his family managed to save some copies. they got published years later. When people say Kafkaesque like Sundance did, they are referring book the Trial. The man was never officially charged but government treated him like a person who has been indicted throughout the entire book. Hitler most hated The Metamorphosis because one day a man woke up a cockroach. He became shunned, his family even distanced themselves. He wrote this before Hitler did his thing on the Jews, Handicapped, etc. So Kafka was very prophetic and thus still relevant.

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    • PaulM says:

      If his books are as dufus-babble as that example, I would burn them also.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Shadrach says:

        I’ve read them.
        The Trial: Dystopian Government. Think the Mueller investigation
        Metamorphosis: When special snowflakes who live in your basement turn into the animal version of what they really are.

        They’re very odd. But Navy is right about them being “prophetic,” not that that’s any future Id want to live in.

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        • Navy says:

          Concur. But I don’t think Gregor was the snowflake, he was the productive one who was going places. The little sister he funded was arguably the snowflake. The deep state didn’t go for the no-loads, they only went after Gregor. He even kept his good nature after he was labeled. I think the metamorphosis was more of a label that was unwarranted. Kind of like when the modern deep state goes after patriotic veterans.

          Regardless, it’s an easier read than the Trial. Funny how many people use Kafkaesque these days,

          You had a PERFECT ANALOGY…. MUELLER INVESTIGATION. Nice post.

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          • Shadrach says:

            Urgh….in my defense it’s been years since I read them. I was a kid when I read Metamorphosis and apparently was too young to “get it.” Sounds like I had Gregor and his sister mixed up. Maybe it’s time to read it again….I remember being mildly horrified by it.

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        • dutzie60 says:

          That sounds like you could be referring any one of millennials that are living in their parent’s basement. The animal version of some of the lefties would be a mite scary. 🙂

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        • steph_gray says:

          There was quite a good movie made of The Trial in 1992, starring Anthony Hopkins, and Kyle McLachlan of Twin Peaks fame.

          I just noticed there was also one in 1962 starring Anthony Perkins.

          It is indeed a story of a deep state targeting one man, and chilling.

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          • herbork says:

            steph_gray, when it comes to the effective cinematic realization of this very strange and difficult novel, 1993’s “The Trial” was directed by David Jones and is considered the weaker of the two movie versions, especially considering a certifiable genius, Orson Welles, helmed the 1962 film.

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      • rrick says:

        Gregor Samsa’s transition into a cockroach is a metaphorical death, killed by deep seated wish to escape a dreary woeful existence. It is also ironic for it is the final act of rebellion to an uncaring authoritarian system. It is, as is said, sticking it to the man.

        Of course, there is much more to it than that. His co-conspirator, the nubile younger sister in the blossom of her youth begins to attract the attention of nefarious others, even her parents who seek to relive their misplacd lives if only they had the heart to defy the system. So they live vicariously.

        The book is about the eternal struggle of written in that gruesome method which typifies Kafka.

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      • Navy says:

        Your comment is very PaulMesque.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Chosen ignorance is not suggested. “Metamorphosis” spoke about the social strain of forced self ignorance in the face of gross changes in reality.

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    • jamesvsmithjrj says:

      Enlightening post, Navy. I’ve read Metamorphosis. The Trial will now go onto my list. Thanks.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Buckle up. Don’t know how I’d wade through it now, but it was
        assigned reading in an honors level English Lit course I took in
        college in the mid 70s. NOT ONE person in the class actually
        read the whole thing.

        Might make it through it now, but couldn’t get through it at all
        at 19. And I was a voracious reader back then.

        “Insanity in 20th Century English Literature”
        Assigned reading:
        The Bell Jar
        A Harold Pinter Play
        The Trial. Two other books that slip my mind now.

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        • Derek Hagen says:

          Same here for me in the mid sixties. I got most of the way through The Trial and then for some reason I wasn’t reading it anymore. I don’t think it matters if you finish it anyway. After all the trial just keeps going on and on in a relentless bureaucratic self-important way until you just give up from exhaustion. Kinda like the Meuller investigation.

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  3. Gater says:

    “Security, more often than not, covers up ineptitude, bureaucratic mismanagement and wasteful spending rather that state secrets. Quote of the day from article about project ECHELON.

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  4. When I want to know about Sin I listen to Jesus; not to Satan nor to John Brennan.

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  5. Greg says:

    The Deep-State has taken over the MSM and are going to gaslight the OIG report. I wonder where Josh Campbell, Comey’s boy wonder got his information. I hope Peter Thiel or someone like him can set up an alternative social media/internet platform for conservatives. Conservative commentators are going to be squeezed via changed logarithms and search results to reduce their reach and influence. In the event of a coup all the main information sources will be held by DS operatives. These people aren’t democrats they are progressive dictators. Like communists they are certain of their higher destiny and will exterminate the opposition.

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  6. missilemom says:

    I was a little concerned at Joe DiGenova’s spot on Jesse Watters show tonight. He seemed to walk back his criticism of Comey. He specifically said I am not calling for anyone to be indicted. Has he been threatened too?

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    • f.fernandez says:

      Nothing to be alarmed about. Joe is merely saying get to the bottom of this and let the chips fall where they may.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Amy2 says:

      I noticed that too. He was adamant that Brennan would need a good attorney when he was on Tucker the other night. He seemed a little less combative than normal. Hopefully and off night. ‘hate to see him go the way of Gowdy!

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        He and his wife and adult children probably realized he had to dial it back … he was coming unglued … his anger was seething … he’s trying to be more diplomatic and professional. Good move.

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    • Otto Matsch says:

      DiGenova is a practicing lawyer and he is following the ethical rules imposed on all lawyers by the bar association in his state. If he publicly says a person should be indicted, and names that person, he is accusing him/her of a crime. Calling someone a criminal is a textbook example of slander. He has to have sufficient evidence before he does that. Slander can get him sued, and he could be disbarred if the slander is proven. So he is waiting for the evidence to come from the IG report. Then he can say “Based on the IG report I believe the US Attorney’s office could consider asking the grand jury for an indictment against _____.” He could even phrase it more aggressively. Truth is a complete defense to slander. So if I say “John Doe” is a criminal, and it is true, it is not slander. DeGenova is waiting for the IOG report so he can use specific facts in the report to back up whatever statement he htne makes.

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      • Leane Kamari says:

        recently he just said the should find good laywers, that saying the same thing just using careful choosen words – adds up to the same

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    • digleigh says:

      I think he knows more than he is verbalizing, but wants to remind people, as a lawyer, he knows that “all are innocent until PROVEN guilty in a court setting, grand jury, or s.c….” as he should IMHO. Remember, his wife is lawyer for FBI informant exposing all the Russia shenanigans!

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  7. fakenamenumber776 says:

    “Those who know Horowitz say his findings will be as nonpartisan as they are thorough. But his work is almost certain to be weaponized by President Trump against federal law enforcement”

    So long as they are preaching to their own choir, they can’t notice — and no one will tell them — that everything they say above is true of Mueller: no matter how full of integrity and non-partisan sunshine he might be, his work is certain to be weaponized by Democrats against President Trump.

    Mote. Beam. Eye.

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  8. They claim Trump is making things up as a distraction. Now they don’t want him to use established facts from the IG report. These clowns are a joke.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Caius Lowell says:

    From Maureen Dowd in the NYTimes https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/02/opinion/sunday/obama-ben-rhodes-world-as-it-is.html

    WASHINGTON — It was a moment of peak Spock.

    Hours after the globe-rattling election of a man whom Barack Obama has total disdain for, a toon who would take a chain saw to the former president’s legacy on policy and decency, Obama sent a message to his adviser Ben Rhodes: “There are more stars in the sky than grains of sand on the earth.”

    Perhaps Obama should have used a different line with a celestial theme by Shakespeare: “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.”

    As president, Obama always found us wanting. We were constantly disappointing him. He would tell us the right thing to do and then sigh and purse his lips when his instructions were not followed.

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    • f.fernandez says:

      I have no sympathy for the Devil.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Kent says:

      ….and speaking of Ben Rhodes…there was once a situation where he was denied security clearance due to questionable issues with certain Iranian groups…(I think it was)….

      I haven’t been able to find much about that on the net…

      Can anyone flesh that out or direct research in more fruitful directions on this subject?

      https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=tGUTW8kPiOawBb_XgrAM&q=ben+rhodes+security+clearance+denied&oq=ben+rhodes+security+clearance+denied&gs_l=psy-ab.12…2547.12564.0.14721.38.35.1.2.2.0.502.4078.18j14j1j5-1.34.0….0…1c.1.64.psy-ab..1.13.1826…0j0i131k1j0i3k1j0i22i30k1j0i22i10i30k1.0.45XOA5v34E0

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      • Kent says:

        “Security clearance in hand, Rhodes’s most famous deeds at his NSC position included writing the false Benghazi talking points spread on U.S. television stations by then-United Nations ambassador Susan Rice and lying contemptuously about the Iran deal for the public. He also engineered the one-way opening to Cuba, spending lots of time with the Castros he adored. Prior to that, he was a ne’er do-well younger brother with a creative writing major and a record as a failed novelist whose only accomplishment was being the brother of CBS president David Rhodes. In short, his role, with the fancy made up title, with “strategic” communications in its national security title, was spreading disinformation to the American public, and he did a lot of it. His other role was apparently in the unmasking of Americans and leaking that information illegally to the press, something he and his minions seem to have done to Gen. Michael Flynn. So the idea of granting him a security clearance seems the opposite of the process’s entire nominal purpose.

        Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/03/if_jared_kushner_couldnt_get_a_security_clearance_how_could_ben_rhodes.html#ixzz5HKbzoEiC
        Follow us: @AmericanThinker on Twitter | AmericanThinker on Facebook

        Credit Monica Showalter/American Thinker

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    • Foxy says:

      The closing paragraph in the Dowd piece referencing Obama’s reaction to this NC visit with HRC says it all “… these people think I’m the anti-Christ because they watch Fox News…” Never would it cross his elitist, arrogant mind that it was he and his policies that cause people to feel that way….

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        I wrote a term paper at an elite east-coast school that criticized a socialist professor saying, essentially, “the policies you will fail because the world is more complicated than that.” He exploded and worked 24/7 to not only throw me out but also another eastern European woman who said the same thing. I went to a public school in a flyover state to get my degree where I found that Nobel economist Herb Simon made the same argument, the socialist professor went to Stanford and is making big bucks in Silicon Valley, and the eastern European woman went insane.

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      • fakenoozisforfools says:

        I think 0bama is the anti-Christ and I NEVER watch Fox News.

        Liked by 1 person

    • CollusionMyth says:

      I (Obama) told you..drink the kool-aid…don’t disappoint me.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Walt says:

      What an amazing article. I couldn’t tell for sure if Ms. Dowd was lying all the way through or she really believes the tripe she wrote: I lean toward the latter.

      DEFINITELY worth your time to read it!

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  10. coltlending says:

    As a 59 y/o I find it astounding how these Liberals/Progressives who were educated by Professors who taught their parents, some professors and GTF’s I was exposed to when went to the University of Oregon would have gone Bat guano crazy at he sight of former government hacks being hired by the media back in the day.

    Former FBI, CIA????

    They would have choked on their everything bagels.

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  11. f.fernandez says:

    So now the MSM is going all in on ‘The weaponization by Trump of the I.G.’s report’. They’re not disputing any of the facts in the I.G.’s report because they know the people/idiots that watch that trash won’t bother to read the report so they can censor out the most damning portions. They instead will blame Trump for any indictments/criminal referrals that it produces, claiming ‘Trump is weaponizing the DOJ against those who were trying to get to the truth’.

    Their viewers will gobble it up, not realizing that Horowitz is the one who is doing the criminal referrals and Huber handing out the indictments. Trump isn’t part of the process.

    The funeral pyre for those involved in the coup will be seen from space.

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    • Amy2 says:

      They have to make it up as they go along, because they have been making it up from the beginning!

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    • LCSmom says:

      As long as the indictments happen, who cares who gets the blame (credit)? It’s not like the media calling them politically motivated will make them go away.

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      • L. Gee says:

        EXACTLY! Let’s not forget that no matter how hard the media attempts to get this tried in the media, this will follow the rule of law and be tried by a grand jury (thank you, Sessions, for appointing Huber so that neither the media nor Congress can try their normal dog-and-pony show and then sweep it all under the rug after being judge, jury, and pardoners).

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    • Leane Kamari says:

      they went all in on “russia hacked the DNC server” abd they never disputed the content, which was as bad as it could get to expose the party and Hillary for what they are

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  12. Kent says:

    outstanding thread…SD and commenters…

    Thank you all.

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  13. recoverydotgod says:

    Zapotosky the apparently less than enthusiastic AG Lynch tarmac reporter.

    Emails show Washington Post, New York Times reporters unenthusiastic about covering Clinton-Lynch meeting
    by Eddie Scarry
    August 04, 2017

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/emails-show-washington-post-new-york-times-reporters-unenthusiastic-about-covering-clinton-lynch-meeting

    -snip-

    Reporters with the Washington Post and New York Times were apparently less than enthusiastic about covering the controversial private meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton just months ahead of the 2016 election.

    -snip-

    -snip-

    Matt Zapotosky with the Post emailed a DOJ official the same day after several other emails to say that his editors “are still pretty interested” in the story but that he wanted to “put it to rest.”

    -snip-

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  14. dallasdan says:

    It’s going to be a world-class irrigation tournament with everyone getting thoroughly soiled. The resistance operatives, Dems, msm, liberal leaning prosecutors and jurors, and disingenuous RINOs may succeed in obfuscating, delaying, and effecting the stifling of legitimate justice. Seasoned observers of our political and justice systems would not be overwhelmed by surprise.

    Add to the mix the inevitable judicial escapism that flourishes in the world of the political elites, and the biggest political crime in American politics could easily become a lonely footnote in the history books.

    “In the coming weeks, Horowitz is expected to release a nearly 500-page report criticizing the Justice Department and FBI…” If accurate, the date of reckoning continues to drift into the future.

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  15. Roger Banks says:

    Not merely self-preservation, though that’s part of it. The movement to stop Trump has become an industry. It has the attributes of a conglomerate that includes comprises media, bureaucracy, entertainment, academia, lawyers, social media and other internet platforms. They are contemporary antidisestablishmentarians knit together into a single enterprise with a single objective: to destroy Trump by any means necessary. I call it the Anti-Trump Industrial Complex. @rogerbanksesq

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  16. mr.piddles says:

    “Facts First”

    Hey CNN. The Banana called. He wants you to stick the Apple up your azz.

    If there is one thing that I hate about CNN more than anything else it is their proud display of utter self-righteousness. Not only is it grating on the nerves, it is insulting. That company truly is useless.

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    • digleigh says:

      Viewership down 20-25%?? Just wait until they use Obama apologists to try to excuse the IG report behavior…..

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      • L. Gee says:

        Sadly, I don’t think viewership is important to CNN because they apparently are getting funding from someone besides advertisers.

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  17. RAC says:

    Question.
    These people who get to read the IG report first, I’ll call them the accused, I think SD called then the principals.
    Do they get to see all of the full report or just the snippets that refer to themselves.
    If they are allowed to see the whole picture it gives them chance to get their heads together and fine tune their lies.

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    • CollusionMyth says:

      Good question and I hope they don’t get a physical or electronic copy or are allowed to have a phone camera while viewing. If they do it’s already over at Lawfare for processing.

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  18. LibertyONE says:

    WHY in heaven’s name would anyone appear on the Communist News Network.Most that watch CNN , MSLSD are flatliners.

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  19. kurt72 says:

    “All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others”

    George Orwell. 1984

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  20. Peter says:

    Let us not forget Who is in charge: JOB 5
    12 He disappointeth the devices of the crafty, so that their hands cannot perform their enterprise.

    13 He taketh the wise in their own craftiness: and the counsel of the froward is carried headlong.

    14 They meet with darkness in the day time, and grope in the noonday as in the night.

    15 But he saveth the poor from the sword, from their mouth, and from the hand of the mighty.

    16 So the poor hath hope, and iniquity stoppeth her mouth
    AMEN

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  21. They can run but they can’t hide:

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    • Elizabeth Carter says:

      Seneca That was fun!!!
      I really enjoy President Trump. He has kept everyone’s attention on himself for 3 years come 6-15-15 and in the meantime he has taught us all how our country really works and how to take it back.
      I have prayed for him constantly since 6/15/15. I just knew he was the one with the courage to take them on. I had never even watched one of his TV shows before.
      I have never been so pleased with a President.

      Thank God for President Trump
      God Bless America MAGA

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  22. fakenoozisforfools says:

    Notably absent, the hiring of any actual journalists.

    This is not a recent phenomenon. Fake nooz media outlets haven’t hired an actual journalist in decades.

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  23. CollusionMyth says:

    Our weaponization needs to be comparing the deep state actions against the statements of US law. Trump didn’t write US law.

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  24. Sherman McCoy says:

    We are at war and it will only intensify. All of us must hold our resolve. Every indictment will be challenged as a “Trump attack on the previous administration.” Stay strong write you congressmen and Senators. None of us have seen any thing close to what the push back on this will be. Remember our timelines. IG second report only on the handling of the Clinton email scandal. Maybe Huber has indictments for that maybe not. The real bombs drop when Horowitz releases the report on the phony Russian collusion narrative. The media will go bonkers to defend. Trey Gowdy’s comments will be played over and over again. It will be their out. We are at war over this and every cowardly journalist in Washington will be “all in” to protect the ruling class.

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  25. CollusionMyth says:

    To help counter the MSM narrative it is important to bring Chuck Schumer, in front of a congressional committee, and anyone else who made statements to the effect that the IC has ways of “getting you”. Let’s question him on why he said that, what he knows, and his involvement in such efforts against the President and the American people.

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