Blast Thread on OIG Report Briefings and Releases – Chaff and Countermeasures….

The Potomac Two-Step

Statement from Trey Gowdy. [SEE HERE] Given the nature and construct of the statement it was obviously written before today and timed for a release at a specific time of day today. Reeks of familiar UniParty swamp defense. Chaff and Countermeasures.

WASHINGTON, DC – House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy released the following statement after the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Office of Inspector General (OIG) released a report on FBI and DOJ actions in advance of the 2016 election.

“I am alarmed, angered, and deeply disappointed by the Inspector General’s finding of numerous failures by DOJ and FBI in investigating potential Espionage Act violations by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. (read more)

Report from Bloomberg News. [SEE HERE] Includes notes and reports of Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages that were INTENTIONALLY WITHHELD from prior text message releases.   Including: on Aug. 8, 2016:

  • Lisa Page: “(Trump’s) not ever going to become president, right? Right?!”
  • Peter Strzok: “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it.”

That reply from Strzok was never included in the release from the FBI.  The OIG recovered the text using their independent forensics.  The FBI intentionally hid the Strzok reply.  The OIG only discovered it four days ago according to Daily Caller [SEE HERE].

(See Page #334)

 

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420 Responses to Blast Thread on OIG Report Briefings and Releases – Chaff and Countermeasures….

  1. Pat Childs says:

    Unbelievable. The FBI/DOJ are simply corrupt.

    Liked by 17 people

    • No, it’s not unbelievable because we WITNESSED LIVE during the primaries.

      Liked by 15 people

      • singular says:

        I am so beyond angry right now, to say nothing of disappointed that I can’t even talk about it.

        Liked by 1 person

        • completely understand

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        • Roberto says:

          Don’t be. This isn’t even the beginning of the beginning. Between the lines, OIG is basically saying that criminal malfeasance was committed, but he’s not going to recommend charges against people this powerful. So he punts it all to Huber.

          Also keep in mind that from now on, the sole animator of these issues is VSG. He’s now in complete control.

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          • Grandma Covfefe says:

            The Chessmaster’s move, now.
            🙂
            Happy Birthday< President Trump!

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          • singular says:

            Thank you, Roberto. I’m calmed down now thanks to you and other Treepers and more reading and study. Thank you again for patience. I believe you are right. I should not have relied on the report summary.

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    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      The whole damn infrastructure of the Federal Gov’t appears to be corrupt, save the Military and POTUS’s team.

      Liked by 3 people

    • maggiemoowho says:

      Ther’ve always been corrupt, nothing new there.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      DEms managing to spin, spin, spin that the FBI cost Hillary the election. That IG Horowitz could not prove Comey political bias allows the to do that.
      Catherine Herridge, doing her usual good job of digging and reporting, is highlighting that Horowitz did find that foreign agents were able to get her emails, one in particular was top secret. I suppose other outlets won’t cover that.Hillary is never to blame for shit.

      Liked by 6 people

  2. AMK says:

    Missing text messages…color me shocked! Is there NOTHING that is real anymore? These people are literally crazed and full of pure evil.

    Liked by 18 people

  3. Convert says:

    Except for the foaming at the mouth insane (now as high as about 20% of the population–sad) every one will be aghast and disgusted that high ranking FBI and Doing officials talked openly about using their power and position to interfere in an election. The arrogance and corruption displayed here is truly breathtaking and frightening.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Convert says:

      DOJ officials– it was supposed to be. Hate autocorrect.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Dutchman says:

      “Shocked, shocked I say, that there is gambling in this establishment!”

      They ARE being,..TRUTHFUL when the redact or refuse documents, cause they don’t want to “reveal methods and sources”, and tjat lives may be put in danger.”

      Notice I said “truthful”, not HONEST.

      They don’t want to reveal that they have been doing this mind of stuff, for YEARS.

      And, if its disclosed to the light of day, THEIR lives may be in danger, so long as we don’t run out of rope, or lamp posts.

      Not “nothing to see, here”, at all.

      But, “nothing NEW here”, too true!

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    • Steve says:

      I hope so, convert, but you just never know. Depends what’s on TV tomorrow and how interested people are in the World Cup.

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  4. Bryan Alexander says:

    I am to the point that I want the top 4 levels of management at the DOJ and FBI all fired.

    Liked by 26 people

    • COlibertybelle says:

      I want them prosecuted….for everything we can throw at them!!!!

      Liked by 18 people

    • peace says:

      I am too. The fact that STROZK is still working is unbelievable! ALL 4 TOP LEVELS FIRED TODAY!

      Liked by 4 people

      • Ray Runge says:

        That Strzok remains employed indicates the quantity and quality of the song bird message he has provided.

        Liked by 5 people

        • L4grasshopper says:

          The logical assumption. But in the Swamp, nothing is ever as it seems…..

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yes. A # of canary’s, singing ‘behind closed doors.
          Strzok, for sure,…

          I am convinced Lynch doesn’t want her grandkids visiting her in Fed. Prison, though I can only point to her silence, and no attempt to raise $ for
          to justify my suspicion.

          Just the negotiation, to ‘sing’ can take months snd months of back and forth.

          Look at the letters between Grassley and McCabes lawyers, to get some idea.
          Its positioning, manuevering, and takes time.

          Lots of such msnuevering going on, and NO leaks.

          So, we DONT know what we don’t know.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            The other thing is that there are MORE OIG reports coming, as well as prosecutions, so this is all still a work in progress.

            Having said that, Hill-the-BEAST and the Awans should hang for what they’ve done.

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    • Dutchman says:

      300 new assistant fed prosecutors a good start, on DOJ.

      Wonder what hirings like, for FBI.

      After all, you get your new people in place, BEFORE you fire the ‘old’ ones.

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    • 4sure says:

      NO!

      SHUT THE DAMN thing down. The DOJ/FBI should be shut down. Never reopened. Put all DOJ court cases on hold until all current DOJ fed attorneys are replaced. Who gives a crap how long that takes. Better to have current cases dismissed than to continue to have a corrupt DOJ.

      And fire that sorry Sessions and Rosy and Wray as the agencies are shut down. Trump can do it w.executive order since they are under his control. If FBI w/held info, then Wray needs to be fired yesterday. And Sessions and Rosy for failure to supervise.

      I have long been fed up w/this crap and this just makes my blood pressure go sky high. I knew it would bad. And i knew that Ahole Gowdy would be defending the swamp.

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      • singular says:

        And the IG report calls Lynch Weak instead of corrupt, criminal? I’m over trusting Horowitz.

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      • Lindenlee says:

        Yep Have been holding out and holding out hope for Sessions, now ALL GONE. He WILL do some stuff, but it will never be ENOUGH. And that is all that matters now. Kick him out. Betrayer of trust, loser. Am embarrassed that I have staunchly defended him all this time.

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        • Roberto says:

          Would OIG recommending criminal charges interfere with an ongoing CRIMINAL investigation of these matters? Just askin’.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      I am sick and tired hearing pundits like Sean Hannity Judge J P saying 99% of the FBI field agents are good honest hard working. That is BS they are all corrupt to the core. Burn those agencies down all of them.

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  5. D says:

    Is it just me or did the OIG successfully turn this report into making Hillary the victim of evil Comey?

    Liked by 10 people

    • WES says:

      D: The MSM are spinning this as the “Comey” report! No mention of Clinton!

      Liked by 1 person

      • cjzak says:

        Did you seriously think she was going to pay a price for her corruption? Of course they will try and make her look like the innocent hurt party in all of it. So much law breaking was provably done and revealed and we still aren’t sure if any of the guilty parties are going to face charges,be tried and face consequences for their guilt. Maybe as more unfolds and Huber does his work, things will head towards that end. Still waiting after 10 years of bought and sold Obama for some justice to be done, and now we wait a little longer. But Clinton being the one to get burned in this investigation? Not happening and neither is catching Obama.

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    • L. Gee says:

      Since we haven’t actually SEEN the report yet, we really can’t answer that. So let’s wait and see!

      Liked by 5 people

    • Oldschool says:

      D, that was my impression last night when I heard sessions say Comey’s public announcements about re-opening email investgation were a deviation from department policy.

      Liked by 1 person

      • D says:

        I have a feeling this won’t be about how the FBI let her off the hook, no it’ll be about how the FBI didn’t follow procedure, which hurt Clinton.

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        • CirclinTheDrain says:

          It doesn’t matter whether they followed peocedures or not – Clinton wouldn’t have won the election from a jail cell if the fibbers HAD run a reasonable investigation…either way, Hillary was not going to win. Everybody but Hillary and the rabid Dims knew that.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      As an archetypal POS, or a self styled “more honorable than thou, Comey getting strung up by Deep State Dems would provide a rip roaring dark comedy.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      This is just one of the IG Reports, Clinton’s is still in the hopper.

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  6. bunkers says:

    Scumbags – looks like it was Strzok who was stopped instead.

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  7. kroesus61 says:

    Little surprise there…..Gowdy has been showing his true loyalties since the Benghazi hearings and must be severely compromised to be giving up his gig willing……with McLame sidelined (permanently hopefully) and Ms Lindsey going soft without his backbone the MSM and uniparty need another face man for the “willing opposition”

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    • Roosterhead isn’t compromised. He’s ALWAYS had corruption in his heart, just never had the opportunity to exercise it. The mere fact that he joined the Swamp and never did a damn thing, should have been the clear evidence to his character a long time ago.

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  8. And to actually read how many “hair on fire” posters on the Presidential Forum who were believing the leaks regarding “no bias found’ PROVED the report was whitewashed……whatever

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    • Dave Radetsky says:

      Even with this information the report may be whitewashed. With the knowledge of some of its contents before it was released a lot of people thought that it would nail all the bad guys. They had to allow for some negatives or it would be too obvious to the average non-thinking person. We’ve still got to see it to know what’s really in it. Don’t be surprised if there’s only enough to splatter some dirt on a few people but not enough to really do anything or prosecute anyone of significance.

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      • Agree, Dave

        But you can’t nail all the bad guys when it only involves just one aspect of several reports and on-going investigations. There’s been WAY TOO MUCH speculating from both sides. I prefer to see the report and then judge versus “judge based on rumors and leaks”.

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  9. brh82 says:

    If you already have high blood pressure, you should not be reading this!

    Liked by 6 people

  10. DanO64 says:

    AWESOME.

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  11. sundance says:

    Not necessarily relevant. Just an fyi:

    Liked by 18 people

  12. bulwarker says:

    Ill reserve comment on the content until its released to the public. That said, heads better role as a result. Especially when seeing how far Mueller has gone with much less proof of wrongdoing.

    Liked by 9 people

  13. stringplayer55 says:

    Unbelievable. If John le Carre penned this 10 years ago, his book would have been panned as so removed from the realm of possibility that it would end his career as a master spy novelist.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. JoeUser says:

    At this point I’m just ignoring any and all “leaked” info. I’ll reserve judgement and base my own perceptions from the document itself (when dropped officially).

    Judging from the info regarding the inclusion of the omitted texts, something tells me that they’ll all have to be reviewed a second time to find the omissions… ugh.

    Liked by 4 people

    • blondegator says:

      I’m with you. Also something to keep in mind. The government has it’s own vernacular, and what appears to us (who speak plain English) to be an innocuous statement “there was no bias”….may mean in government terms “there was no institutional bias”, meaning there were absolutely biased actors, who need to be further investigated/prosecuted. Also, I keep going back to the fact that John Huber has been working hand in hand with IG Horowitz, and I doubt they’ve had a grand jury empaneled for months on end, just twiddling their thumbs.

      So I shall remain on the “wait and see” fence. It’s far too soon to jump.

      Liked by 1 person

      • NC PATRIOT says:

        There are several Grand Juries empaneled and sealed indictments waiting.( That would be Sessions/Huber )

        Liked by 1 person

      • Karl Kastner says:

        I’m with you. Things are moving the right direction, albeit slowly. Daily revelations lately. A storm is brewing.

        It’s being kept quiet a little longer for a reason.

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    • mjstix@hotmail.com says:

      We will likely never see the actual, unredacted, and un-whitewashed version of the IG’s report. These folks have had over a month to change what they didn’t like.

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  15. hypnotique59 says:

    Shut down the FIB, and clean out the DOJ. This is beyond the pale. The goons need to hang.

    Liked by 6 people

  16. Perot Conservative says:

    We were promised a MOAB, 65,000 Page-Strzok texts a month ago.

    We got 50 pages. 1-2%??

    I believe I recently read Judicial Watch said it will take the FBI 10 years to release all these texts to them? Something like 500 texts a month?

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  17. sundance says:

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    • JoeUser says:

      Having an epiphany, Tappy?

      Not buying it, bucko.

      Liked by 2 people

    • DanO64 says:

      Notice the “We’ll (plural not including her) it seems. Who is “we”?

      Liked by 3 people

    • progpoker says:

      Make sure that tweet is capped for post-spin use.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      So this is a bombshell…but how does it tie in with the investigation of Hillary’s email? What the investigation done right or not? Will there be charges against her or not? A reopening of the investigation or not? I am sorry to not be following the theme but I am confused as to the point just a little bit. or maybe alot

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      • blondegator says:

        The IG investigation was never meant to re-indict Hillary. It was to investigate wrong doing by the FBI/DOJ in the actual investigation. Theoretically, the Hillary E-mail investigation could be reopened, resulting in her being tried. But I doubt that ever happens.

        What HASN’T been leaked, yet, is anything about the “second investigation” into Her Heinous’s e-mails, the one where McCabe sat on the information about Weiner’s laptop for almost a month. I believe THAT is going to be the biggest revelations about impropriety and cover-ups. Will we get to see what was on the Weiner Laptop? And what about all of the filth and incriminating evidence that was supposedly so deranged that hardened NYC cops were in tears and needed therapy?

        Let’s not get ahead of ourselves, here.

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    • noswamp says:

      Trump has enough ammo just by the FBI hiding that last “we’ll stop him” text to fire Wray Rosenstein and Session in one fell swoop.

      Liked by 2 people

      • JX says:

        Wray and Rosenstein are corrupt. Sessions blindly lauds Rosenstein simply because of tenure. He can’t do his job. Like you say, they all gotta go.

        Liked by 4 people

        • NC PATRIOT says:

          POTUS will use Sessions and Wray to re-build the DOJ and FBI. Sessions has already hired over 300 new agents. And many upper level FBI are gone, being held as witnesses etc.

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    • That text was written a week after Strzok’s trip to London?

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      Jake, eat it. You’re an ass. Stop trying to walk back your ineptitude and complete bias. If you couldn’t figure the game out until this bombshell text came out you are unqualified to read the news at a station in nome Alaska.

      And as far as mueller is concerned, unless you and Horowitz made an agreement to divvy up the investigation, you are guilty of obstruction for not following up on previous texts and questioning strzok and Page.

      And as for the spin that insurance policy just meant insuring trump gets investigated post election, this proves that y’all been suckers. Insurance has always meant insuring trump loses.

      Can’t wait to see the spin on this one.

      Hahahahaha. And ha

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    • 6x47 says:

      Emphasis on “written”. Tapper isn’t outraged about the sentiment, but the writing.

      You don’t WRITE THAT STUFF DOWN! You say it, but NEVER write it!

      Liked by 2 people

      • blondegator says:

        “You say it, but NEVER write it!”.

        And that’s why there are so many redactions that documents produced by the Feebs & DOJ are unreadable! If you don’t believe me, ask Devin Nunes.

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  18. deepdivemaga says:

    That statement by Gowdy was better than I as expecting to be honest.

    Liked by 2 people

    • He’s a heck of an actor isn’t he?

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    • Carl says:

      I thought his statement was pretty damning.

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    • KBR says:

      The word arrangement left a lot to be desired.

      That first sentence: deeply disappointed in
      Has no clear object.

      Could be he is disappointed with the report
      Could be he is disappointed with the FBI DOJ

      And he is a slick lawyer so I think he wrote that first sentence that way ON PURPOSE, knowing it could be taken either way, and most in our soundbite world today won’t read the whole thing.

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      He goes where the wind blows. And the prevailing wind is Vichy.

      Or maybe he was just sandbagging everyone with his recent idiocy. Who knows or cares. It’s as irrelevant as figuring out if sessions and rr are white black or camo hats.

      What it comes down to as always was destined is an honest man Horowitz. And honest (though extremely complicated) man named Trump.

      Make room on Rushmore cuz there’s a fifth face coming for a carving.

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  19. Rob says:

    But! But his bias did not play a role in his Clinton and Trump investigations… Like Comey’s

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    • fanbeav says:

      Make up for the recent FBI comments that Trump should be fine with FBI infiltrating his campaign. Now that these Strozyk text messages clearly show they wanted to stop Trump!

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  20. fanbeav says:

    Trump should fire Rosenstein on the spot today for omitting these text messages! I am still on the fence about Sessions!

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  21. Lizzyp says:

    If they just found this text last week, it sort of explains the repeated delays. Assuming, of course, that this wasn’t the only new information. I assume that because, well, Rosenstein.

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  22. Katherine McCoun says:

    I need remedial help on this … sorry to be asking v. contributing! Yes, I read here daily, faithfully and still need clarification and help. Sorry!

    This is the investigation on just Hillary’s email investigation, right? This is the investigation promised by President Trump during the campaign that promised to investigate the investigators of Hillary’s email scandal, right?

    This is the route to the fulfillment of the “Because you would be in Jail!” Trump to Hillary statement – first investigate the investigation and then if done wrong hold the investigators accountable while re opening or possible from this investigation referring for criminal charges those involved in Hillary’s email scandal … right?

    Everything else discovered will add to our understanding of other issues/cases/things going on at the same time (like the set up of President Trump by the fed gov & Dems re Russia conspiracy theory) but aren’t really the point of this report …?? so the additional texts are revealing but the point is wrong doing in the Hillary email investigation by the investigators and if wrong doing then does the investigation need to be redone or is there enough evidence to refer Hillary et al for criminal charges now that the messed up FBI investigation has been investigated. Is this right or is it about something else?

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    • JoeUser says:

      I’m actually hoping that it also includes malfeasance regarding the handling of the foundation investigation. That’s money in the big bank, IMO.

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      • WES says:

        Katherine: This IG report is supposedly on the FBI’s handling of the Clinton’s emails. It probably won’t cover the contents of any Clinton emails so you will be disappointed if you were expecting this. I think SD has already prepared us for the fact that the IG’s report will find little fault with the FBI or DoJ over this (political whitewash – FBI & DoJ – O.K. except for a couple of bad apples – already fired – so Americans can now have faith everything O.K). What we can expect to find is more detailed information. I certainly don’t expect many refferals for indictments if any at all. Maybe a few firings.

        It is the next IG report on the FISA court that will result in some heads rolling since this is a more clear cut issue.

        Disappointment is what you should expect as DC strings this out past people’s attention span, as it has always done. Yes we will get some bodies but nowhere near as many as we would like. Sentences for the guilty will be light, again disappointing us. It is just how the system works. One law for us and another law for them. Not fair but it is what it is. Hopefully in the end it will be enough for Trump to deal with the issues at hand and get on with implementing his agenda.

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    • Cheesehead54016 says:

      I’m going to assume and demand that the investigation into Hillary’s email server (missing emails, Weiner laptop emails, etc.) needs to and will be investigate and already should be. There is no doubt in any reasonable person’s mind that it needs to be reinvestigated, immunities dropped/removed, etc. Remove the immunities granted under a false investigation. We demand it.

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    • H.R. says:

      Katherine McCoun: “This is the investigation on just Hillary’s email investigation, right?”
      Correct.

      Katherine McCoun: “This is the investigation promised by President Trump during the campaign that promised to investigate the investigators of Hillary’s email scandal, right?”

      No. This is the investigation demanded by the Democrats, who blamed Comey for Hillary’s loss. The investigation was started a few weeks before President Trump was sworn in. The Democrats thought Comey’s reopening of the email investigation was politically motivated to cause Hillary to lose.

      However, other matters surfaced during the course of the investigation. Evidence of other misdeeds and crimes, such as the FISA abuse, surfaced during the course of the investigation and will be followed up with their own investigations and reports.

      The good news is that a fair amount of evidence collected during this limited scope investigation is applicable to other investigations and will help close further investigations more quickly.

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      • 6x47 says:

        So, basically the Horowitz IG investigation followed the arc the Mueller investigation SHOULD have followed if Mueller was an honest broker (which he isn’t):

        Begin looking at Trump/Republican malfeasance, trail leads straight back to Hillary/Democrats.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Thank you.

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    • 6x47 says:

      What I really REALLY hope is when the sham is exposed all the corruptly issued immunity deals will be revoked and everyone gets hauled in front of a Grand Jury.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Right. And it’s okay. There are so many investigations it is difficult to keep it all straight. We’ll get through this together, Katherine. Hang on!

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  23. JustLurking says:

    The report is up on the DOJ OIG website!

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  24. Keep in mind:

    Swamp

    Lt For Life John F. Kerry while still in U S Navy Reserve met with and gave aid and comfort to the NVA , VC as American Fighting men where in mortal combat with said VC and NVA!

    He is still guilty as sin and free as a bird!

    Never Forget

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  25. JL says:

    Hmm. Was the text deleted from what was given to Congress or was it created/inserted later to throw off the bloodhounds?

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  26. Can the person who withheld that “We’ll stop that.” text be prosecuted for obstruction justice?

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  27. Humble Soul says:

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  28. TheWanderingStar says:

    FUBAR?

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    • Linus in W.PA. says:

      Brew the cofveve……

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    • JoeUser says:

      Hmm, not really liking what I’m reading in the Executive Summary much at all, so far.

      Looks like Comey is pure as driven snow, so far

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    • JX says:

      Strzok, Page, Comey, “no political bias”.

      Stating that “we’ll stop” Trump from being elected is not political bias?

      The report goes on to recommend better training and adding “a warning banner to all of the FBI’s mobile phones and mobile devices in order to further notify users that they have no reasonable expectation of privacy”

      They tried to subvert an election – processes they’ve spawned are still working to subvert an election – and we’re told they just need better training.

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  29. Texican says:

    I’m going to go out on a limb and and theorize that the IG didn’t discover the missing Strzok text until four days ago because Horowitz didn’t want to find it until four days ago because he was sandbagging someone (Rosie?) who had the potential to interfere.

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  30. Sharpshorts says:

    Secrets, leaks of secrets and secret leaks…Who leaked this “we’ll stop Trump” Strzok/Page secret exchange before the President and Congress were secretly briefed?

    Never mind- it’s a secret !!!

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  31. WeThePeople2016 says:

    If the OIG just found the text messages four days ago, what else is out there that the DOJ/FBI is hiding from us?

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  32. Nigella says:

    So what do we know?I’ve tried to remain optimistic.. Should I

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  33. Perot Conservative says:

    Page-Strzok Text I never saw – CASH!!?? From Big League Politics

    ( BigLeaguePolitics ) “Buried among thousands of text messages between FBI paramours Lisa Page and Peter Strzok is an usual exchange that is raising new questions.”

    “The conversation took place on October 12, 2015, as now former FBI attorney Lisa Page was preparing to change offices.”

    “At the time of the texts, Lisa Page was a senior FBI attorney working with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, while Peter Strzok was leading the investigation of the Clinton email scandal.”

    “Peter Strzok: “Again, I think work will actually help. Who are you checking in with?[Redacted] You get to set up your office. [Redacted]

    “And I’ll get to return all the stuff I’ve been holding for safe keeping…more :)….”

    Lisa Page: “[Redacted] whoever I see first. So probably [Redacted] Maybe. Depends on what my lock options are. I’m going to resist getting locks changed on my safe, etc until I have some sense of duration. You do still need to slip yourself some cash though.”

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  34. G3 says:

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  35. lastinillinois says:

    So,
    Who is the FBI actually working for?

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    • peace says:

      The deep state globalists democrats

      Liked by 4 people

    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      Hillary Russia Clinton
      They just weren’t very good at it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bull Durham says:

      Look up Tyranny in the dictionary.

      All government and subsets of governments become tyrannical and live to protect themselves from the “governed”. It’s the history of all systems in all nations for all time on Earth.

      Waving a flag in front of your eyes, believing in Exceptionalism as if it was a divine attribute, or thinking Washington isn’t as corrupt as any Banana Republic, Central Asia stan, or mid-Africa post-colonial hellhole is dreaming.

      The gov. called USA is corrupt everywhere, up, down, sideways, before and after.

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    • blondegator says:

      EXACTLY! I find this NYAG suit laughable. PDJT has always had a battalion of lawyers and accountants….and certainly did so for his family foundation. And in terms of charitable organizations, it’s a SMALL foundation, unlike the Clinton Money Laundering Global Initiative. Years ago, I worked in the non-profit industry, and am extremely familiar with NPO accounting, filings, audits, etc. I read a few years of the Clinton Foundation tax returns (have yet to bother with their audits)…..the criminality there screams out loud, even to the uninitiated in reading these kind of documents. Yet not a peep about CGI.

      To me, this “charge” out of NY is nothing more than Look!!!! A Squirrel!!! Trump’s lawyers and accountants will squish it like the vermin move it is. Nothing burger.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        I think it is more in the vein of the Mueller Snipe Hunt.

        We all thought that after President Trump was inaugurated that all of the criminal malfeasance of the last regime would be exposed, but the SC appointment and these claims, slurs, innuendos, rumors, that somehow President Trump’s campaign was involved with the Russians has slowed down the exposure.

        It is projection; they just keep pretending like someone else is doing what They are doing.

        That is what I see with the NY Foundation charges, especially with the oh-so-coincidental timing. Besides having to defend against the false charges, to later try to expose the real bad actors will allow the Marxists to claim it was just political payback.

        The best defense is a good offense, and the Marxists are nothing if not offensive.

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  37. Prof. Woland says:

    Page and Strzok are the modern version of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.

    Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Except the Rosenbergs didn’t have their treason approved, managed, and covered up by the federal governments highest Law officials including the President and members of his cabinet and staff.

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  38. joeknuckles says:

    Let me get this straight, Clinton took money from, and colluded with, Russia. Her foundation was involved in massive and widespread pay for play schemes. She is let off the hook while Trump is investigated and smeared relentlessly for phony Russian collusion and now that the report is coming out which will ultimately lead to exposure of the Clinton Foundation scams, Trump is being smeared over his foundation. How do these people live with themselves?

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  39. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  40. Obviously, there’s still a lot of work to be done.

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  41. JoeUser says:

    Re: Parseltongue for letting H off the hook, in his announcement prior to the election:

    Other witnesses told the OIG that Comey included this criticism to avoid creating the appearance that the FBI was “letting [Clinton] off the hook,” as well as to “messag[e]” the decision to the FBI workforce to emphasize that employees would be disciplined for similar conduct and to distinguish the Clinton investigation from the cases of other public figures who had been prosecuted for mishandling violations.

    Well, that certainly justifies completely ignoring her culpability /s

    And, I’m glad he wanted to distinguish from other cases where they actually followed the law… SMH

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  42. G3 says:

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    • Nigella says:

      Unpersuasive, lack of candor., creating an appearance… weasel words!

      Liked by 7 people

      • blondegator says:

        “Lacking candor” is the government euphemism for “lied through one’s teeth”. I’d imagine this report will include various and sundry other phrases of “government-speak” for misprision of office as well.

        I truly wish there was a law (!!!) requiring these bureaucrats to speak and write in plain English.

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  43. Nigella says:

    So have any Dems weighed in yet ?

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  44. talker2u says:

    Trying to hold on but it’s flooding in again.
    Cold angered.
    Incensed.
    Words don’t really work.

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    • quintrillion says:

      Did some stupid with a flare gun burn the place to the ground? / s

      The government agencies investigate themselves to cover-up their FUBAR time after time. Ever since Cable TV it seems that these massive atrocities are tried in the court of committees shown on TV and then that’s that. Everyone writes books and no one goes to jail.

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  45. Linda says:

    An interesting little tidbit on the first page of the report is that they questioned Bill Clinton. That would have to be about the tarmac meeting.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sherri Young says:

      An interview with Bill Clinton may have been because the first server was located at their house. IIRC, the server and domain were owned by the Clinton Foundation.

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  46. Niagara Frontier says:

    A stunning recommendation from the report is more like advice on how not to let dumbass agents get caught the next time they try this:

    “We recommend that the FBI add a warning banner to all of the FBI’s mobile phones and devices in order to further notify users that they have no reasonable expectation of privacy.”

    Liked by 7 people

    • bosscook says:

      Why don’t they just write, “use private phones if you don’t want to get caught”. Grrrrrrr

      Liked by 10 people

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      O.M.G.!!

      Really???

      Liked by 1 person

    • Nigella says:

      Yes they need privacy so they can devise a Coup against a Candidate /President they don’t like…

      Liked by 8 people

      • donna kovacevic says:

        This OIG and his flunkies are no Einstein or Tesla. It took them a year plus to come to these conclusions? Wow Only in America are people dense to the point of being stupid.

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    • Dutchman says:

      WARNING: This is a Frd. GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHONE!

      As the user, you should harbor no illusions that you are legalky entitled to ane expectstion of privacy, for ANY communications on this phone.

      However, due to the Patriot Act, you actually can have no expectstion of privacy, with other, privately purchased cell phones, either.

      For communications involving treason, acts of sedition and major felonies, you COULD try ‘encrypted’ cell phones, however the NSA has several back doors available.

      Therefore, your BEST bet, only talk in person, in secure locations, or perhaps,…

      DON’T F’ING DO IT, MORON!

      Liked by 13 people

    • Guyski says:

      Kind of like ‘don’t put hand/arm in wood chipper’ warning.

      Liked by 6 people

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