Senate Intelligence Committee Under Pending DOJ Investigation for “unauthorized disclosure of information”….

This is one of those little snippets of information, buried in the swamp and avoided by the media, that seems small and disingenuous unless you know the corrupt record of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

According to Wall Street Journalist Byron Tau, the Senate Intel Committee unanimously voted today to release documents to the DOJ “in connection with a pending investigation arising out of the unauthorized disclosure of information.“:

The Senate Intelligence Committee is one of the most politically corrupt committees in congress.  There is nothing available as to what information was disclosed; however, this is the committee where:

•Dianne Feinstein was Vice-Chair in 2016, and her former staffer, Dan Jones, is heavily involved in Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele. [See Here]  By position Feinstein was on the Gang-of-Eight during the 2016 CIA, DOJ and FBI Counterintelligence Operation.  The same Feinstein that arbitrarily released the testimony of Glenn Simpson in 2018 without discussing with anyone [See Here]

•Mark Warner took over as Vice-Chair in 2017 and was involved in covert attempts to contact Christopher Steele [See Here]  By position Warner is currently on the Gang-of-Eight, and participated in the DOJ-NSD, FBI and efforts of the Mueller investigation.  The same Mark Warner who demanded the FBI and DOJ must not comply with document production for congressional oversight [See Here]

•Richard Burr was/is the Chairman of the Committee and was an active participant in all of the CIA, DOJ-NSD and FBI operations past and present.  Not accidentally Burr and Warner wrote a committee report supporting the Russian Collusion Narrative.

The entire committee has been transparently compromised for years.  Even James Comey refused to meet with the committee.  If you review the names on the committee you will note the alignment of Never-Trumpers and secret Sea Island meeting participants.  So it doesn’t come as a surprise to see the DOJ looking into unauthorized releases of information coming from within the committee and/or staff connected to the committee.

The darkest part of the corrupt intelligence community hangs over the Senate Intelligence Committee like an ever-present cloud destined to block sunlight.  Bad, corrupt and sketchy stuff goes on inside this committee….. stay tuned.

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416 Responses to Senate Intelligence Committee Under Pending DOJ Investigation for “unauthorized disclosure of information”….

  1. Convert says:

    Obviously, both Feinstein and Warner have engaged in very questionable behavior, but instinct tells me, based on behavior sofar, that the only reason the DOJ would be taking action, and the only reason the committee would gladly, quietly cooperate, is if the target is Republican. I would love to be wrong, to finally see even the slightest sign of integrity and fairness in this investigation.

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    • LDave says:

      It could be Rubio. Remember the OCONUS LURES text, from back in December 2015? It’s been proposed that Obama was spying on all of the GOP presidential candidates at that time. Rubio hasn’t been the same since because, maybe, they have something on him.

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      • Lunagirl says:

        Sump’n deffnly up with Rubio. No one talks about the Dennis Montgomery whistleblower case filed in federal court, which outlines the vast number of judges and politicians the Obama WH/DOJ/FBI was spying on, including SCOTUS Justice Roberts, which would explain his sudden change of heart in the Obamacare decision. What’s even weirder is the Larry Klayman letter in that case, addressed to Nunes and Goodlatte way back when, threatening that if they don’t investigate the FISA abuses, Klayman will go public with the whole thing. Was that the “phone call” Nunes got that prompted an about face of the car he was riding in, sending him straight to a SCIF? Nunes held a press conference the next day, which also happened to be “D-Day” in Klayman’s letter. The rest is history – still in the making.

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        • Caius Lowell says:

          I strenuously object to your use of the word “spying.” Obama was — uh — “gathering information” to ensure the country was safe. (sarcasm off) I was at a gathering a few years ago that featured none other than James Comey as its keynote speaker, and that was exactly the theme of his talk: the extent to which it was necessary to give up 20th century notions of privacy to be safe in the 21st. Comey’s talk takes on a whole new meaning in the post election context.

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        • Bendix says:

          Speaking of Roberts, after having conversations with a number of Irish immigrants, regarding immigration policy as it is applied to the Irish versus other nationalities, I would not underestimate the sway that any irregularity in an adoption from that country would have over a parent.
          Remember, Justice Roberts didn’t actually rule on the constitutionality of the Individual Mandate. He came up with a way around it.
          Why would he do that?

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          • singular says:

            And then I believe Roberts deliberately flubbed the oath when swearing in Obama. Then they supposedly did it over privately. Someone needs to investigate it. It matters.

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          • jim bell says:

            If you know how to read Supreme Court decisions, read the Individual Mandate case. The outcome was actually 1-4-4, with Roberts writing a single (his own) statement. BOTH the other 4 and 4 decisions “read like” DISSENTS! And yes, if you are familiar with reading SC decisions, you will know what a “dissent” reads like!
            Congress did not label the individual mandate a “tax”. Nor did Obama. Nobody did.
            Further, even assuming it was a “tax”, revenue-raising bills have to originate in the House, not the Senate. The Obamacare bill originated in the Senate.
            The further-dishonest Supreme Court later simply denied certiorari on the latter issue.

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        • josco scott says:

          Luna,
          I was only vaguely aware of this. Thanks for listing!
          btw, what’s the policy on sharing comment info on other social media?

          I’d love to tweet your comment*
          …so much Obama spying (“helping”), one forgets it all.

          *as soon as I’m out of twitter jail

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          So, this current exploration of the spying/ FISA abuse might possibly unravel how Obama care survived a valid Supreme Court challenge?

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      • Niagara Frontier says:

        Whatever Obama may have had on Rubio, the Bush family beat him to it, and the Jeb Bush campaign made no secret about it at the time. I suspect when all of the rocks covering the sedition are finally overturned, members of the Bush family will be prominent among the worms.

        https://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/run-2016/2015/10/29/jeb-bushs-campaign-blueprint

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      • BobInFL says:

        My first guess also….Lil Marco. Man I can’t stand my Senators in FL. “WhachubeenuptoLilMarco”?

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      • flowerbelle says:

        Always remember that Team Rubio by way of the Washington Free Beacon was using FGPS until Rubio left the race in mid-March. Rogers shut the illegal querying down in mid-April, only a few weeks later. I have always thought that Rubio was involved in the Russia bs in some way. Prominent team Rubio Never Trumpers, rick Wilson and Bill Kristol, are the biggest promoters to this day of the Russia hoax.

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      • Southern Son says:

        Like foam, or somethin’?

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      • Nightstand says:

        You are right , word is on the street he has homosexual past.

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    • “SpyGate & the Queen’s Privy Council” at Aim4Truth(.)org

      America has been a captive fiefdom since 1776, end feudalism

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      • singular says:

        Joseph, I went on this web site once, but I have reason to think you should be very cautious about it.

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        • They are suspect as they litter their posts with little known facts, however there along side the facts are quite a bit misdirection and speculation.

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          • josco scott says:

            I think this group did some good work on Benghazi, if I remember correctly… so I was happy to find on YouTube. But recently they seem off track. And the woman’s voice… not good.

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            • singular says:

              I thought the info and even the speculations were fascinating, but I and one of my friends thought we found the woman using a different name somewhere, but I hesitated to say that as am not sure and do not have proof. It just made me uneasy. I don’t want to malign anyone, iI just think we need to be careful.

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      • Gunther Wilderman says:

        Is there a way to post this video to BitChute?

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  2. Stormyeyes says:

    Kamala Harris & Ron Wyden are snakes. I suspect Wyden or even Angus would doo some leaking

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  3. DanO64 says:

    I want John McCain’s name to surface. He did more than just get a heads up from “his” Institute at ASU (I was on staff at ASU years ago) about the dossier. I bet he even helped create in it. Frick’n traitor.

    Liked by 12 people

    • LannyD says:

      Probably right, but i doubt anyone wants to go down the McCain road now. Politic ally unwise and useless.

      Liked by 2 people

    • McCain is up to his a** in more than the leaking of intelligence information. How about funding ISIS, working against the will of the people, furnishing weapons to the enemy ( including chemical), trying to set up the President of the US, and sooooo much more. The BIG question is, will our President wait for McCain to move on before releasing all of his dirt or will the presid3nt get the info out now. I say now so we don’t have to indure CindyMcCain in the Senate for 5 more years!

      Liked by 10 people

      • Farmkid says:

        I second that. No No Never Cindy!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Alligator Gar says:

        Wouldn’t it be up to the Governor? The Constitution leaves the replacement of a dead or removed Senator to the Governor, not the Senator who died or is removed/retires. It’s nice that Cindy-Lou-Hoo has been such a good little wifey-kins that her hubby-kins wants to reward her for being such a good little girl by letting her warm his seat when he’s gone, but really, what an insult to the people! How is that any different from feudal lords and ladies?

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    • josco scott says:

      McCain is a villain.
      Good points about both the political downside of talking about him
      and the necessity of stopping the corruption train from continuing w/his wife.

      They seem too desperate. GEE WONDER WHY

      I’ll bet he got Manafort into campaign as a plant. Not sure if Manafort would have known.
      Chalupa emails tell me Manafort was expected months before he joined, and that his joining the campaign was trigger for more spying events.

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  4. litlbit2 says:

    “https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/06/senate-intelligence-committee-under-pending-doj-investigation-for-unauthorized-disclosure-of-information/”

    Yep gonna rank right up there with the Isa scam or the Gowdy soap opera, the McCain hero, etc.
    One thing is certain the DOJ who ever that is, is providing daily trash for the print press to write about while ignoring the news.
    Ever wonder just who at these agencies are withholding the information? We constantly hear the alphabets. Why not say anonymous? Or group of liars? Also with all the investigations and over a year on Russia, still counting, who will be alive to read or hear the results? Seems the whole department of justice is in recused mode except for a few. Pretty much status quo from 2008.

    I think it is past due time for a giant recusal in paycheck amounts for all at Justice. No one evolved seems capable regardless of pay scale to receive the big bucks.

    Gotta get a donut 🍩, Search for Tomorrow, Brighter Day, Bold and Beautiful new episodes coming!

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  5. huecowacko says:

    Appearances are that Mark Warner runs the Committee; Richard Burr is just as feckless as Jeff Sessions is at the DOJ, he must have recused himself from Committee affairs, no wonder it’s corrupted.

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  6. Lefty says:

    Sorry fellow Treepers, but this isn’t going to turn out how many of you are thinking…

    This is the DOJ going after Nunes, with the help of the Republican chaired SIC. This is the swamp circling the wagons and now openly going after anyone freindly to DJT.

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    • Nyc007 says:

      “This is the DOJ going after Nunes, with the help of the Republican chaired SIC. This is the swamp circling the wagons and now openly going after anyone freindly to DJT.”

      Hope ur wrong but it makes more sense than them going after Rubio, after all he is one of them!

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    • Notmeagain says:

      I fear you are right, it bodes ill that this gang of ghouls would cooperate with the DOJ.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      They can only do it as long as the press continues to provide them cover. How do we break through that?

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      • Nightstand says:

        You can’t, arrests must be made and there is no one to do that, Sessions and Wray will not let it get past them. Check mate.

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    • Considering Nunes is in the House…….your negativity is pointless.

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      • Mandy says:

        Remember when the Warner texts were leaked?

        http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/02/08/democratic-sen-mark-warner-texted-with-russian-oligarch-lobbyist-in-effort-to-contact-dossier-author-christopher-steele.html

        ” The messages, which were obtained from a Republican source, are all marked “CONFIDENTIAL” and are not classified.”

        Then this happened:

        What if … Warner and Burr asked DOJ to investigate the ‘leak’ of the Warner texts, and DOJ is going forward with an investigation in an effort to damage Nunes?

        Nunes is a thorn in DOJ’s side, so is the idea of DOJ actively going after Nunes outside the realm of possibility?

        And remember, Sessions did start that special ‘leak investigation’ task force a while back….

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      • Apollo says:

        Don’t be so dismissive of your fellow Treepers, NebraskaFly! Nunes has been accused of leaking materials that belonged to the Senate intel committee (Warner’s texts with Steele’s rep) but were provided to the Gang of Eight.

        OF COURSE out of everthing he could be investigating, THIS is the leak that the Sessions DOJ actually chooses to pursue. Of course. White hat! 30,000 indictments! SOOPER secret Swamp cleanup.

        My foot.

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        • Julian says:

          Sessions & Eisenstein are Draining the Swamp.

          Why else would Trump hand pick these two to carry out his agenda at DOJ?

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    • Julian says:

      Not true.

      Sessions is Trump’s man at DOJ Draining the Swamp.

      Trump put Sessions in at DOJ to do a job.

      Trump hand-picked him for this important job!!

      He knows exactly what he’s doing.

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  7. Bilbo says:

    35,000 sealed indictments says that someone IS going to prison

    Liked by 4 people

    • buckeyeman says:

      You can’t be serious.

      THIRTY FIVE THOUSAND… You can’t seriously think that THIRTY FIVE THOUSAND individuals are going to be indicted for crimes against the US. THEY COULDN’T (wouldn’t) EVEN INDICT HILLARY CLINTON FOR A PANOPLY OF OBVIOUS FELONIES. How could anyone in their right mind think thirty five thousand (or thirty five hundred, or even just thirty five) government employee criminals are ever going to be indicted?

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  8. Nightstand says:

    Deep state runs the FBI ,and the deep state runs the Sessions DOJ , and the deep state runs the senate investigation committee , and nobody has been arrested for violating any federal laws , then what exactly does the white house run? And this you say is progress, you put your hopes on what?

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    • Chris says:

      I have zero confidence in anything happening. Like you said, the deep state runs the show. Sessions is either asleep at the wheel or prevented from doing his job. Don’t even get me started with Chris Wray. What a swamp creature he is. Not to mention that he looks and sounds ridiculous when he talks.

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      • Rob says:

        Normally I would agree with you, but with Trump as president, things could happen. He is saving his power moves for last, if all else fails. Let’s give him a chance. I think he can handle this.

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      • Julian says:

        Wrong.

        Trump hand-picked Wray to Drain the FBI Swamp.

        Why the hell would Trump sack Comey and just put in another Swamp creature?

        That quite literally makes zero sense.

        It is in fact nonsense.

        Wray was specially picked by Trump to do a job and that’s exactly what he is doing at Trump’s behest.

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      • Rich says:

        Wray reports to Rosenstein. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

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  9. noswamp says:

    Makes more sense that they would go after Nunes.
    Because Rubio is one of them. The IG report must be getting released this Friday.

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  10. CollusionMyth says:

    Let’s keep the DiFI/Jones corruption in the sunlight and find out who provided the 50 million to undermine the POTUS and the American (non totalitarian demosocialist) people.

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  11. throughthetreesdarkly says:

    Would anyone on this committee have had access to the IG report?
    Could they have leaked the only information released from that report to date?
    Could Jeff Sessions be a true man of honor and keeping his word to stop all leaks.
    Or did I just awaken from a dream?

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  12. Chris says:

    Don’t waste your time worrying about this. Nothing will happen to anyone on the committee. The investigation will be pending for the next 6 years, and they’ll continue leaking at every opportunity. Nothing ever happens to any of these people, which is why the leaks continue.

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  13. steph_gray says:

    I remember fondly a late night thread, perhaps sometime in the winter, when sundance went through swatting foolish unsubstantiated statements, by number, and with his trademark humor. I think that may have been the last time he had the time to do so – the flood was on the way from other sites, as CTH found its way into the spotlight for being the furthest ahead of the coup story. We’ve been swirling in it ever since then.

    I still stick with sundance’s conclusions and statements due to his unerring attention to detail and accuracy. Just last night we had another example of that, in his immediate correction to his article about the number of congresscritters present for the Priestap testimony. No ego there, “just the facts m’am.”

    I remain awed by his talent for remaining out of the fray and continuing to bring us the sterling analysis that led everyone here. Also awed by the many treepers who emulate him and teach me new things every day.

    Best place on the web for info on this gathering storm – never mind the flying thistles and braying!

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    • fuzzi says:

      Yep. Just ignore the buzzing skeeters here trying to obscure and deflect the exposure of Swamp tactics. Sundance and a few others have correct info and analysis. The naysayers, Trump-haters, and Sessions-disdainers can babble away, I don’t pay them no mind: I’m focusing on the truth, facts, and MY PRESIDENT!

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  14. LBB says:

    Usually the bills post the next day, so I checked this morning. They did not scan a copy or provide text, don’t want public view ?. Only info shows McConnell sponsored & Schumer co-sponsored.

    https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/115/sres536

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  15. rick819 says:

    I swear……CTH is absolutely the Best read I do all day! Thanks to All!!

    Liked by 1 person

  16. trialbytruth says:

    Let’s not forget Feinstein ( no longer on committee ). She very publically released the Fusion GPS testimony.

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    • CollusionMyth says:

      Let’s not let her or former staffer Jones off the hook. Let’s find out who contributed to the 50 million they are using to undermine the POTUS and the American people.

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  17. Rick554 says:

    CTH…..the BEST read on the internet!

    Liked by 1 person

  18. CollusionMyth says:

    I used to watch the tv show “Designated Survivor” for awhile. The series starts off with the US Capitol in ruins after a bomb goes off. All of Congress is killed except for 1 or 2 persons. At the time it was chilling and horrific, now the thought is “not so much”.

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    • Serious question:
      Are there more than a handful of Congress Critters worth saving?

      Short answer:
      Count the number who have RISKED or better yet SACRIFICED ANYTHING to put America First, as President Trump has.

      I’ll start with the obvious [3 fingers in reserve]:
      • Devin Nunes
      • Mark Gaetz

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    • throughthetreesdarkly says:

      Great book -Tom Clancy’s Executive Orders. Starts with destruction of almost the entire US Gov.

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    • MS Idaho says:

      I worked in DC for a while years ago. my favorite wish was that someone would invent a bomb that would destroy only (and all the) paper. of course, now, it would be destroy the computer files – but they are backed up. sigh

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  19. Apollo says:

    Can they do the House next? Schiff needs to go down for his criminal classified leaking.

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  20. J Gottfred says:

    From my own correspondence with Feinstein (complaining about NSA surveillance on US citizens), her being the Chair of the Senate Intelligence (an oxymoron in of itself!), and this site, I feel she and her staff have to be the center of the storm. Why else run at 84, other than to keep the lid on her behavior? Senator Feinstein is the poster child for term limits.

    Get the truth out; get it out now. I would love to she her defending her actions all the way to November!

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  21. waicool says:

    i read a comment just this morning stating that Jeff Sessions is “the insurance policy”. kinda makes sense when you listen to just about anyone outside of the CTH ecosphere. justice delayed is justice denied and we have been witnessing YEARS of justice delayed.

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    • If Sessions were in fact “the insurance policy” then why was Lisa Page’s response to Peter Stzrok, “Good God” when he informed her Sessions had been named AG?

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        It didn’t necessarily have to mean “Oh, no, our goose is cooked!” That could also have meant:
        “How could Trump be so stupid?”
        “Sessions? That idiot?”
        “Sessions? What a dufus!”

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        • josco scott says:

          No.

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          • josco scott says:

            And serious Q to Sessions-haters:
            Has none of you ever observed how long a simple criminal trial can take?
            How many decades has it taken to capture ONE mob thug?

            How long does it take to take out massively rich and powerful cabals who have many counterparts currently in power in the most powerful country in the world?

            What possesses you to think that everyone is going to be taken out in a year?

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      • Nightstand says:

        Was it at that point that they went out and dug up some dirt on Sessions in order to keep him inline and under control?

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  22. Bendix says:

    Every time Sundance makes one of these posts, connecting more bits of information, more intelligent and reasonable Americans get it.
    I would like to quote Victor Hugo about nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come, but there are several versions of it around.
    This is not exactly an idea, but it is truth, and too many people understand it now, for it to be hidden from daylight again.
    Sundance is an appropriate name, because there is sunlight where there was darkness.

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  23. trapper says:

    Dad’s home. Party’s over. Who broke the lamp? I’m waiting. No one leaves until I find out.

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  24. NEWSFLASH! President Trump urges DOJ not to let Pakistani IMRAN AWAN SPY FAMILY off the hook!
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/06/07/trump-presses-doj-not-to-let-ex-dem-it-aide-imran-awan-off-hook.html

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  25. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    OK. When this President has to use social media to urge his employees to investigate a spy network transparently hacking the secrets known by our top lawmakers… we are officially in Bizzaro World.
    There is some consortium opposing President Trump. Most likely it’s composed of hundreds of our elected officials and thousands of bureaucrats that control our government agencies.
    They are ALLOWING Donald Trump to help our country economically – up to a point – but any real danger to their own legal protection and enrichment at our expense will not be tolerated.
    I believe Trump has some kind of convoluted, unspoken agreement with them thru Ryan & McConnoll (?) which is why any de-classification of certain documents or termination of particular individuals will not be tolerated. I’ll even go so far to call it a Mutually Assured Destruction scenario.
    I simply cannot believe that Donald Trump, knowing him as I do now, would otherwise be reduced to ASKING the lousy worthless F***S he hired to do the right thing.

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    • Stab- totally agree with your “worthy F******S” assessment. However, I suspect that President Trump has other reasons for doing what he does. What they are, I don’t know, but he is the ONLY person I trust to do the right things for the American people. Always.

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      • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

        Well, I just heard Louis Gohmert talking with Harris Faulkner awhile ago & he is one of the FEW that President Trump should put on his “A” Team.

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        • LULU says:

          I was disappointed to see/hear Harris try to shut him up, voice over him….she raised her voice. Louis wasn’t having any of it and soldiered on. I agree with you, Stab…

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  26. Hoggette71 says:

    Tom Cotton? He has always been pro Trump. Amazed and need to know if he is involved in the revealing of information. Thought Trump even liked him???

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  27. LULU says:

    Tom Lifson, American Thinker, has picked up this story and devotes a lot of his article to this CTH/Sundance article. He also remarks that he had done a Search of Google and there was no mention of this in the news media. Surprise, surprise. If there’d been a Republican, we’d have heard about it.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/06/revealed_senate_intelligence_committee_under_pending_doj_investigation_over_leaks.html

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  28. Zippy says:

    Here’s where I, gasp, defend Comey. Too much has been made I think of his failure to brief quarterly the House Intel Committee about the Trump investigations, presented as if he was trying to hide the investigation due to some illegality. He said it was too sensitive to brief. It was! Since both the Senate and House intel committees are bipartisan and apparently leak like sieves, I can fully understand him not briefing them about the Trump investigation DURING the campaign for that reason as it would have leaked, thereby damaging Trump.

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    • LULU says:

      Go take a cold shower, Zippy. You’ll be fine…

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      • Zippy says:

        Is that not a valid possibility or have I had a brain aneurysm? 😉

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      • Zippy says:

        Just as the left vilifies Trump and thinks he can do absolutely nothing right, I think we’re doing the same thing with Comey. He obviously did many things wrong, but I do not think he’s 100% wrong in everything he ever did. Few people are.

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        • Troublemaker10 says:

          Yeah, but Comey was wrong here. He can’t run a shadow government. Congress has congressional oversight (part of the checks and balances). The Top two chairs of both intel committees of both houses have a clearance about as high as they go just so they can do such oversight.

          One might justify some parts of an investigation don’t need to be spelled out (a spy’s name withheld for example)….but you wouldn’t hide an entire mission.

          Even when waterboarding and enhanced interrogations were practiced on the top Al Quada captures the top four on house/senate Intel we’re briefed in detail.

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  29. Jimmy Jack says:

    Paul Ryan is desperately running a distraction job saying Trump has no evidence the FBI was as spying on him. He’s not saying anything about why Clapper & Brennan admitted it. I detest Ryan.

    I hope this is his strategy for his 2030 run. Like Jeb he’ll never make it out of SC. Hell, he may be even get less than Jeb’s 3%.

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  30. Bob says:

    The DOJ will investigate this? LOL.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. rudy1876 says:

    I’m right now half-paying attention to a video on YT “Hitler: A Strategy of Failure.” You know what one of the first jobs Hitler had after WW1? He was a plant/spy/informant/whatever/ in opposing political parties. He had no bias. He spied on every one of several political parties. It’s always been this way I guess. Rome to now…it’s all the same. Rats.

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  32. digleigh says:

    The above information on the Sea Island meeting must show that Trump is keeping his enemies close?? NO MCCARTHY FOR SPEAKER PLEASE! I do not trust those guys as far as I can throw…They would support Obama or Hillary above Trump anyday…Terrible choice!

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