IG Report Follow Up: DOJ and FBI Investigation of Clinton Highlights Two Systems of Justice – Video Series…

Inspector General Michael Horowitz is currently investigating how the FISA processes and FISA Court was used by the DOJ and FBI to conduct surveillance on Trump campaign. Additionally, congress is requesting several witnesses appear before hearings to discuss their involvement in the events around the 2016 presidential election and the use of the intelligence apparatus of the U.S. government to influence the outcome.

However, to gain an idea of how the FISA inquiry is likely to end; perhaps it is worthwhile to look at how the IG viewed, and constructed, the last report (full pdf below).  Within the content of the released report it becomes obvious the Obama DOJ and FBI constructed a dual system of justice.  Political ideology determines which process to follow.

This is the second in a four part series of reports on the Department of Justice Inspector General’s report on the investigation of Hillary Clinton by the FBI and Justice Department.  Part one is here.  Part three and four follow.

IG Report Part #2 Prosecutors Called Cowards:

IG Report Part #3 No Grand Jury Testimony:


IG Report Part #4 Nobody Confessed:



CTH accepts that we cannot influence the decisions made by current DOJ officials Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein. Nor is it likely possible to influence the decisions of the FBI Director Christopher Wray, or Asst. FBI Director David Bowditch. What we can do is provide direct, raw sourced material that explains the underlying issues.

Over 640,000 people have read the IG report from our SCRIBD link alone. Tens of millions more have likely read parts or the majority from other links to the report. In essence, unlike all prior aspects of the government hiding material, a much larger percentage of the American population is currently awake and holding direct knowledge of what has taken place.

Why is this important?  There are lots of reasons, but two are paramount:

♦ #1) You are not alone. Despite, and much to the anxiety of, the U.S. media – information is getting out. People are awake. Tens of millions of American voters are holding a purposeful ‘cold anger‘. We are in the majority; continue sharing your knowledge with your friends, family and co-workers.

Deliberate intent and prudence ensures we avoid failure. The course, is thoughtful vigilance; it’s a strategy devoid of emotion. The media can call us anything they want, it really doesn’t matter…. we’re far beyond that.

♦ #2) The institutions of government rely on control to retain corrupt enterprise. Each person who engages themselves in understanding the truth of what is behind events removes control capability from the institution. It then becomes important for the office of the president to see that people have this understanding. Let your elected officials know that you know what is going on.


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133 Responses to IG Report Follow Up: DOJ and FBI Investigation of Clinton Highlights Two Systems of Justice – Video Series…

  1. mimbler says:

    I just don’t buy their theory of cowardice rather than political bias.

    There is certainly no fear of going after PDJT and his people, even though there isn’t even a crime to investigate. No knock warrants at dawn?

    No it was political bias, not fear of ruffling important feathers, IMO.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Cyber says:

      Well, tbh Killary didn’t get that nick for nothing.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Exactly. DJT doesn’t have a trail of bodiez going back 40 years, so they attack him with impunity.

        But Killary, they were AFRAID, hence cowardice.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Phflipper says:

      From my perspective Comey is the #1 coward. So he calls out a few beneath him, they sure are not going to point out his hipocrisy. He knows it too. It’s a big circle jerk, playing rhetorical games with us at the same time.

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    • I agree and obviously Comey is corrupt and completely F.O.S. Comey does have a point, though, even if that weasel arrived at it by accident. Cowardice was a factor for many of these deep state hacks; it just wasn’t the only, or even main, factor. There were three main factors: cowardice; they are mostly ideologues (political bias, as you note); and financial interest.

      The cowardice element is important. SD the other day called Rosenstein a coward. John Roberts was a coward when he rewrote Obamacare and voted to uphold it. The GOP has always been cowardly. Many GOPe cowards that pretend to be “conservative” benefit financially from the swamp, of course, but some of them became cowards BEFORE they profited from it. As the cowardly John Roberts said to We, the People, “Hey, don’t put all this great big responsibility on me! You people go take care of this yourselves by winning in the political arena.”

      The problem, John, is that the deep state bosses are always fixing the fights in the political arena: open borders, illegals voting, vote fraud, corrupt MSM propaganda, weaponized agencies used against the Uniparty’s opponents, etc. If “elite” cowards like you didn’t keep buckling under, which effectively stops us from bringing the gangsters to justice, we could restore traditional politics without kicking everything to the Supreme Court.

      Comey has a point in that we live in cowardly, risk-averse times. In the past, life was nastier, more brutish, and shorter. Partly for that reason, men were braver and the culture highly esteemed bravery.

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      • Jederman says:

        Your final two paras are painfully true. “The problem…” with the deep state bosses is that they are completely removed from any exposure. The scheisse is stirred and we respond by calling bit players names. The bosses are never attacked, they aren’t even named.

        There are still many who are willing to be “nastier, more brutish” and even live shorter lives if we can pass on fewer problems to our children.

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      • Jedi9 says:

        Just think what Comey would be had he decided to recommend charges to the DOJ during his announcement of the Hillary’s e-mail investigation? In all likelihood there may have been a different result in all of this, or maybe not. In all though the moment in hindsight seems to be one that Comey lost all his credibility if he ever had any!

        Sadly, I am starting to accept the reality that no one is ever going to be charged for any of these investigations. Awan walking is the litmus test that proves this perception as being closer to the truth. I Guess we will see, but I am not holding out much hope that anything will change other than November’s midterm elections! More needs to be done in the advocacy department in order to insure victory at the ballot box come November which is where our focus should be now! These investigations will have their given attention at the right time! Much work to be done!

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    • yy4u says:

      mimbler et al — my take is that they’re reeling. The adults in the mix are trying to fix it from the inside, the children are throwing temper tantrums. They still hope they can bring down POTUS in such a way that we’ll accept (Russian collusion, obstruction of justice) so they can get back to their one-party system where elections don’t matter because there is no choice (Bush v Clinton or Jeb! vs Hillary). Both Bernie and Trump were unexpected. They hadn’t prepared for either of them. I think the Deep State operatives are telling themselves that IF they can cover this up, they’ll fix it from the inside, i.e. get rid of the worst operators (the ones who got caught). But in their desperation, they’re making mistakes. We know who the CoC is now. We’ll never support them again. We understand that AntiFa is no different than National Socialists. We might be defeated, but we won’t be fooled.

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      • mimbler says:

        I think maybe with Bernie, they just miscalculated. I think he was a splitter assigned to bring in the kids and leftists and then turn them over to hillary.
        But they were surprised when the kids and lefties actually resented being chattel turned over to hillary.
        Just speculation on my part of course, but I enjoy at least the thought of them being hoisted on their own petards!

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          IMO his purpose was to pull Her Odiousness’s public political positions further to the left. But when he found out he was actually getting significant amounts of money he thought, hey, why just be a foil? Why not go for the big prize? Unfortunately for him the Democratic party presidential nomination process wasn’t democratic . . .

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        • Robert Hope says:

          Bernie was dangled as harmless bait.
          They seriously did NOT believe the loss was possible.
          The depth and breadth of blatent corruption and depravity is staggering. Literally staggering…We don’t want to believe it.

          Liked by 4 people

          • mimbler says:

            Yes, we almost got to see in action what some fascist/communist (which I can’t remember) explained:
            As long as we control who the candidates are, the people can vote for whomever they want.

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        • snellvillebob says:

          I suspect Bernie was a test by George Soros to see how many stupid Americans would vote for a known Socialist. This very well might have caused Hillary’s loss. We c an only imagine all the finger pointing that went on on their personal servers.
          I know a couple of Bernie fans. They are good people who just cannot see the inevitable end Socialism always leads to. They think it will be different, special, unlike any other Socialism on the planet. I suspect they also think they can hit reset, or die and get a resurrection if it does not work out.

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          • anthonydog says:

            Agree. Bernie was nothing more than another brain washing apparatus to be certain the youth embraced Communism…Bernie is NOT a Socialist and never was..Bernie is a hardcore Communist.


      • Dutchman says:

        Bernie and DJT were BOTH ‘populist’ candidates. One from the ‘left’ one from the right.

        Notice the huuuge crowdz both garnered? A populist candidate, in a ‘fair fight’ will ALWAYS beat a uniparty candidate.

        So, both parties ztandard game plan is to have a populist candidate, in the primaries, to ‘gin up’ the base, but then rig the primary, so he loses, and then say “hey, your guy lost ‘fair and square’, so now the party needs to come together, to win the general.

        On the left, McCarthy, McGovern, the screamer (whats his name?), many populist leftists, over the years.
        Most as ‘splitters’ or schills az described above. But Carter was one, that ‘slipped through’, remember the DNC expanded Superdelegates after Carter, to make sure THAT didnt happen, again.

        On the right, Goldwater, Reagan, and now Trump are ‘populist’ candidates who managed to get the nomination, (Goldwater), or win (Reagan and Trump).
        Perot was a right populist, took more Rep. votes than Dems, i suzpect.

        McCain, the FIRST time, was a very populist campaign, and Bush shafted him in N. Carolina.
        Ron Paul, populist/libertarian.

        Point is, this has been going on for a lookong time. Difference now is we’ve got proof.
        Proof of what we knew/suspected, but could overlook.
        Can’t overlook it anymore, cant unsee what we’ve seen, or unknow what we know.

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    • jnr2d2 says:

      Why is Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundant using Sundance created pictorials of FBI/DOJ conspiracy with out attribution?!

      Liked by 2 people

    • zaq123 says:

      Agreed. It can’t be called, cowardice, if you’re colluding with the same people that you’re supposed to be investigating. It’s no different than that movie, Sleepers. Brad Pitt plays the DA and gives the defense attorney all the information to win the case. Same thing.

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  2. DanO64 says:

    Thanks SD.

    Liked by 7 people

  3. Pat Frederick says:

    I have asked this question before and didn’t see an answer anywhere. In the IG report, Horowitz details bias found in the texts between and investigator and a lawyer,(Strzok and Page), but we never see any texts or emails between the prosecutors—not even a mention that an evaluation was undertaken and there were no texts to be shown. But who were the prosecutors? why don’t we have their names and why were they not interviewed? We have lawyer #1 ,FBI employee #1 ,or whatever, but never any prosecutors.

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    • Cheri Lawrence says:

      I personally think there are many parts missing as there are obvious cut and paste areas affecting the flow. We have a good idea of the FBI involvement but what is missing here is the role of the dirty DOJ as these portions seem to be absent. My understanding is that there are 3 versions of this report. The public one that RR redacted and we saw recently, the one for Congress (including the classified parts) that RR redacted and the full unredacted version that POTUS has seen. I am patient because I know this thing has many layers and lots going on behind the scenes unfortunately not wanting to taint the jury pool and hinder prosecution. There are three other IG investigations going on now and reports to come out soon. Soon we will know the whole ugly truth, it’s just a matter of time .

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      • Pat Frederick says:

        it just puzzles me that no one questions it.
        There’s bias in the investigators, bias in the attorneys, and even in some (unnamed) FBI employees. But the people making the decisions–where actual bias would matter it seems–get to remain unnamed? Why is that? so their histories, their relationships, their political affiliations and donations cannot be known?

        Liked by 5 people

        • bigela says:

          we know 2 of the “reasonable prosecutors” who were calling the shots and allegedly unaffected by the extreme bias was david laufman and leslie caldwell. the other 2 were unnamed, i think for precisely the reason you claim–so their political affiliations and bias can remain hidden

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          • Jim Ryan says:

            I would have to agree with you. I don’t know if it will help, but I intend to contact the Congress critters with a list of questions and areas to probe. This whole sordid mess was all about the politics, and the public has every right to know about the political affiliations of ALL of the players in that scam investigation. There is no path to a complete understanding of this scandal unless you know the politics.


  4. gildie says:

    Looks like Sundance is back in the saddle. Probably had to punch the horse in the mouth & tell him,” I ride, you run, now giddyup!”

    Liked by 10 people

  5. L4grasshopper says:

    I can see it now: the IG will describe what we all would declare are obvious abuses of the FISA system as “judgement calls”.

    The Swamp wins. Every time. Sad.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. George says:

    “Cold Anger” as SD put it is definitely brewing. I think it would be an interesting exercise for a Congressman to introduce a bill to clarify the mishandling of classified intent statute; so that the home brew server with Top Secret information is obviously wrong. Then sit back and see the objections to the bill before they kill it. I know it’s an exercise in futility but it would be good entertainment…

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    • Rhoda R says:

      The statute is quite clear. Intent is NOT mentioned. Nor do actual markings have to be present. DOJ/FBI bent over backwards to twist the law 180 degrees from its written intent.

      Liked by 6 people

      • bigela says:

        yep. and contrast that with the trump treatment–a team of highly aggressive, zealous, unrestrained democrat prosecutors appointed without any crimes having been committed in violation of the statute.

        in both cases the law gets totally ignored and/or rewritten, just for very different reasons on opposite ends of the spectrum–to help one and to persecute the other

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  7. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Yes! Excellent! Knowledge is power and the truth shall set all free. Because our ignorance was the only power they ever had!! Thank you for sharing these statistics. I want to thank you for your service as the media plays a huge and important role in a healthy society when it constantly searches for truth and ferrets out the evil lies of our former misconstructed reality. I laugh when I think that these dark ones created this internet for control, manipulation and surveillance but it has been our greatest ally for truth once the population awoke enough to use personal discernment. We can research absolutely everything and openly communicate worldwide. However the lack and manipulation of the media has been the greatest weapon of mass destruction ever used!

    Liked by 3 people

    • TarsTarkas says:

      Right now knowledge is just getting a lot of us very pissed off . . .

      Which IMO I think is what PJT intends for the mid-terms. People pissed off at the way things are going but are still hopeful there might be a change tend to vote. We saw that in 2016.

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  8. Donna in Oregon says:

    Amen. Sundance. Amen.

    We will never give up!

    Liked by 6 people

  9. ForGodandCountry says:

    It’s gonna be a different ballgame in DC when the Red Wave hits DC this Nov., Sundance.

    For one thing, liberals are TERRIFIED of a Jim Jordan speakership. Rightfully so. And that’s just for starters.

    And while you might not be able to influence the decisions of Rosenstein et al. you are informing and educating the voting public who will. You are most definitely and unquestionably becoming a “thought leader” in our movement!

    Hope you had an excellent Independence Day celebration.


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    • Rynn69 says:

      What that tells you is that Paul Ryan, John Boehner are Democrats. I do not even believe in “Uniparty” anymore. They are undercover Democrats. They hold no morals, principles, or values of conservatism at all. None. These last three decades have been a charade.

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  10. psychodave says:

    Thanks to Sundance for his bracing guidance of staying informed, involved, purposeful and, in the face of the DOJ OIG’s revelations, passing on our direct knowledge of what has taken place so that others will join us in vigilance.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Paco Loco says:

    It is indeed depressing to see Clinton et al getting away with it. Woulda, coulda, shoulda!

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Elizabeth Carter says:

    We have had 2 systems of justice ever since I can remember and I will be 77 in September. It cannot be a surprise to anyone that pays attention.

    The people in power and/or have money and connections are treated one way and the regular people are treated another way.

    Actually, we have 3 systems of justice. Whistleblowers would be in a category of their own. If you stand up to TPTB, they will invent ways to take all your money and torment you to death.

    I just thought of a 4th system. If you supported President Trump or work for him, then you get special attention aimed at totally destroying you and your family and friends financially and destroying your reputation even if they can’t bring any legal charges against you but just for being brazen enough to question their absolute power. It takes a lot of courage to stand up to them.

    They own the courts, judges, lawyers, police, courts of appeal and prison guards. If you think there is justice in this system, you are in for a very big surprise.

    This is a big part of the swamp we are draining. All men are supposed to be created equal – which means “equal under the law”. Obviously we are not and never will be identically the same. The blindfold on the pagan goddess of justice supposedly represents the idea that the law makes no distinction between people according to money, power or position.

    Scripture says that God is no respecter of persons, which is a much better way of saying it.
    Acts 10
    34 Then Peter opened his mouth, and said, Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons:
    35 But in every nation he that feareth him, and worketh righteousness, is accepted with him.
    36 The word which God sent unto the children of Israel, preaching peace by Jesus Christ: (he is Lord of all:)
    37 That word, I say, ye know, which was published throughout all Judaea, and began from Galilee, after the baptism which John preached;
    38 How God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Ghost and with power: who went about doing good, and healing all that were oppressed of the devil; for God was with him.

    God Bless President Trump
    God Bless America

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    • Concerned says:

      I am 74 years old. For as long, as I can remember we will have had two levels of justice. Each year with a little more corruption than the previous. By the time those who are in power realize they are headed down the wrong path it will be to late.

      Ask yourself, when have you last seen anyone in Washington put on trial for corruption. History, shows a clear connection between corruption and the end of a country, yet no one learns.

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  13. 4sure says:

    I’m informed. I HAVE been informed for decades, and for decades I have let ALL of my elected officials know that I know what is going on. I was afraid that they were going to get me for stalking. And they have given me the proverbial middle finger for decades just as they are now doing to all Americans. This shit has been going on one way or the other for decades. Elections (Cantor in Va., Arrington over Sanford, etc., Trump over Hillary) have shown them we know. And yet, they still double down on the middle finger to all.

    SD, I know you are trying to buck us up. I would expect no less from you. But just so we understand, they know we know. So, just knowing and letting them know we know is not going to change them. Our only peaceful recourse is the ballot box. They give us a fake choice at the ballot box. We are still electing uniparty whores. They control the process and control who the candidates are. 99% of the time it’s an incumbent choice who wins 99% of the time or it’s a uniparty stand-in. Our record of getting our candidate elected in the mid terms is abysmal.They know that. They know that we know that. It’s a YUGE club, and we aint in it.

    What to do? I cannot say it. Big Brother is watching. I guess when 100 million pissed off knowers ascend on Washington and water the tree of Liberty, they will get the message. But that ain’t happening and they also know that.

    So, what to do? Wait for the signal. One if by land, two if by sea. We ride at midnight, boys. Is that not what we celebrated yesterday?

    Liked by 5 people

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      “99% of the time it’s an incumbent choice who wins 99% of the time”


      Eric Cantor
      Mark Sanford


      Don’t know what to tell you, 4Sure. If you can’t see how the times are changing, then I feel sorry for you.


      • 4sure says:

        That’s 2 out of 535. That’s still 99% in their favor. Do the math, and don’t feel sorry for me. I can see that the times are changing. This change to which you speak has been occurring for decades. It’s just not been the kind of change we needed.

        The culture has changed dramatically and that has changed politics. The two go hand in hand. I won’t outline all the negative cultural changes. You are smart enough to know what they are. And they have changed the political landscape. politicians and government in a way that threatens the republic.

        One of the most significant changes in the past 10 yrs. is that there are no majorities in America. There may never have been a society in history that was as culturally, religiously, and politically diverse as the United States is today—except perhaps the Roman Empire. There are few models for how such a diverse community can sustain itself, and plenty of models for failure. This diverse community is going to continue to influence politics and the government. And I don’t think it can sustain itself.


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      • rami says:

        One thing that has hurt We the People more than anything imo is no term limits. Yes, we can vote the President out after 4 years or max 8. Americans saw the effect during Roosevelt and added an amendment to prevent it in the future. However, changing the head does not change the “body” of the snake. Our Founding Fathers did not have the idea of Congress becoming a lifetime job. The Declaration of Independence was to free us from royalty..Kings, Queens, Princes, along with their “court.” Unfortunately, that is what we have. When you have Congressmen and Senators no matter how idealistic they were in the beginning, who are in these positions for 20, 30, 40 years become to see themselves as entitled. Throw in the lobbyists and the money they bring, we have created DC Royalty. Until we have term limits for them making real changes will be difficult.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Not sure term limitz would help THAT much. They would know they only hsd so many years to rake in az much $ as they could, so the corruption would actually increase.


        • Walt says:

          Maybe term limits would help a bit. But watch the California State Legislature for a while: They have term limits and have for years: Is that how you think Congress should be improved?

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    • zorrorides says:

      This non-presidential election, Nov 2018, will see many Uniparty congress critters re-elected. However, President Trump has proved himself, (to every voter not in the cabal) and now the American people KNOW there is a true side for us to join. Most of the Repubs to choose from in November are not worthy. Keep them two more years, but phone their office every dang week!

      And the American voter will join Mr Trump’s team everywhere in 2020. There will be a true Trump conservative running for Congress in 435 districts in 2020, (plus Guam, Puerto Rico, and Washington DC). An astonishingly high number of Trumpers will be elected.

      Now let’s We The People go on offense. It’s time to buy billboards all over this nation; “Vote against the Democrats. Democrats are bad for Americans.”

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    • MaineCoon says:

      We haven’t had a post-Trump election yet. Geez.


  14. I would love to share this with my followers. This just confirms what we pretty much knew! I will not shut my mouth and act like this is acceptable! That DOJ is filled with liars and thieves. Going to research how long each has served on the Justice Department! We will not tolerate this! If I can share this information please let me know ~ I think it needs to be circulated! Mueller and Sessions have to go! Brennon is in on this and multiple members of the FBI ~ I don’t trust any of them to protect me! They have been allowed to make fools of the American people, my Senator is a RHINO and my neighbor!

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  15. Cathy M. says:

    Comey said that no “reasonable” prosecutor would take such a case. (Hillary’s mishandling of classified material).

    No reasonable prosecutor would take such a case if they wanted to keep their job.

    So, yeah, those prosecutors are cowards.

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    • mimbler says:

      That’s assuming any prosecutors wanted to take such a case.
      I don’t think Holder left any honest prosecutors in DOJ. So I’ll stick with my opinion that they were more in-our-face than cowards.
      There certainly doesn’t seem to be any problem going after Trump and his associates.

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      • Cathy M. says:

        But, but, but, but but- Politics played no part in DOJ’s decision. /s/

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      • As soon as the DOJ re-defined the Espionage Act to include “intent,” there never was going to be a case to prosecute. And, as the IG stated, FBI and DOJ officials knew that by September 2015. So, if there’s no case, why play rough with Team Clinton” They didn’t. The prosecutors, as noted by Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch, deferred to Clinton and associates at virtually every turn. Former U.S. Attorney Joe diGenova said the same thing.

        The government lost the case but they did it “by the book.” Every move was, as the IG found, defensible. But as diGenova said on a Judicial Watch panel, “This was like a cheap price fight and he (Comey) took a dive. That’s what this was. This was a law enforcement dive.”


        • mimbler says:

          I respectfully disagree.
          IMO, this wasn’t by the book in the slightest. There wasn’t any aspect of this that was by the book, including them placing the element of intent in a crime that did not require intent.

          The fact that the IG made excuses for it, just shows the IG is part of the deep state as well, not that it was by the book.

          For myself, I’m not going to let them pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining.

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          • I lose “by the book” everytime I play Monopoly Jr. with my grandkids. Every move I make is defensible but it ensures I lose. And they are none the wiser. The prosecutors played to lose. But they didn’t fool anyone here. Everything the prosecutors did was within the spectrum of prosecutorial discretion. There’s not a criminal or ethics charge to be made against any of them.

            As for re-interpreting the Espionage Act, that was anything but “by-the book.” That was pure politics and the signal to all involved that the fix was in.

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        • JX says:

          Even so, she most definitely did have intent.

          Liked by 3 people

    • singingsoul says:

      Cathy M. says:
      “Comey said that no “reasonable” prosecutor would take such a case. (Hillary’s mishandling of classified material).
      No reasonable prosecutor would take such a case if they wanted to keep their job.
      So, yeah, those prosecutors are cowards.”
      The prosecutors want to live another day. Fear is a debilitating factor for some people.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      Or their life, or their children’s lives.


    • TarsTarkas says:

      That’s why there was no wave of resignations at the FBI after Comey’s first exoneration. Unemployment sucks, especially when know you won’t ever be able to get another equivalent or near-equivalent job in law enforcement, because Her Odiousness would have had all the names of the resignees down in her little blackberry for special persecution and blacklisting . . .

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  16. Brent Hull says:

    If anyone (Joe Blow in this example) outside of the federal government worked for XYZ Corporation and had the ability steal/impact an election by unlawfully spying on and/or framing a candidate and the federal government suspected as much then Mr. Blow’s electronic devices would be seized and searched almost immediately pursuant to a search warrant and all of Mr. Blow’s electronic communications (including all made on XYZ devices/servers and all personal communications made using personal email accounts, skype, personal cell phones, etc. would be obtained via a search warrant from these devices, the isps and the application used. A phooking IG report would no precede all these searches. The same standard should be applied to Strzok, Paige, and all others in the FBI/DOJ/CIA involved in this affair. Each and every device they used from 2015-2018 should be seized and scrubbed for information and each and every electronic communication that the made during this period (personal, business or otherwise) should have been obtained by a search warrant and the ig can come in later after a criminal investigation was thoroughly completed.

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    • JX says:

      You know it.

      That how devious the vicious snake is, there is an “internal affairs” investigation rather than a criminal investigation. Time goes by. Time is wasted.

      Even when Congress completes an investigation, provides evidence, cites the statutes violated, then refers it for prosecution the vicious snake ignores it.

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    • thinkthinkthink says:

      Excellent point.


  17. LafnH20 says:

    “The Forgotten Men and Women of America Will be Forgotten NO LONGER”
    banner, SD!!

    My personal fav!!!!

    Not unlike,
    From the Link…

    The story of the walls of Jericho falling down, recorded in Joshua 6:1–27, is one that vividly demonstrates the miraculous power of God. But more than that, the utter destruction of Jericho teaches us several grand truths regarding God’s grace and our salvation.

    The people of Israel had just crossed over the Jordan River into the land of Canaan (Joshua 3:14–17). This was the land of milk and honey God had promised to Abraham over 500 years earlier (Deuteronomy 6:3, 32:49). After spending forty difficult years wandering in the desert of Sinai, the people of Israel were now on the eastern banks of the Jordan. Their challenge: take the land of Canaan, the Promised Land. However, their first obstacle was the city of Jericho (Joshua 6:1), an unconquerable, walled city. Excavations there reveal that its fortifications featured a stone wall 11 feet high and 14 feet wide. At its top was a smooth stone slope, angling upward at 35 degrees for 35 feet, where it joined massive stone walls that towered even higher. It was virtually impregnable.

    In ancient warfare such cities were either taken by assault or surrounded and the people starved into submission. Its invaders might try to weaken the stone walls with fire or by tunneling, or they might simply heap up a mountain of earth to serve as a ramp. Each of these methods of assault took weeks or months, and the attacking force usually suffered heavy losses. However, the strategy to conquer the city of Jericho was unique in two ways. First, the strategy was laid out by God Himself, and, second, the strategy was a seemingly foolish plan. God simply told Joshua to have the people to march silently around Jericho for six days, and then, after seven circuits on the seventh day, to shout.

    Though it seemed foolish, Joshua followed God’s instructions to the letter. When the people did finally shout, the massive walls collapsed instantly, and Israel won an easy victory. In fact, God had given the city of Jericho to them before they even began to march around its walls (Joshua 6:2, 16). It was when the people of God, by faith, followed the commands of God that the walls of Jericho fell down (Joshua 6:20).

    The apostle Paul assures us, “For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through endurance and the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope” (Romans 15:4). The description of the complete obliteration of Jericho was recorded in Scripture in order to teach us several lessons. Most important is that…….

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      We were never forgotten….just ignored and ridiculed.

      THAT schiff is coming to an end in a right quick hurry now.


      • LafnH20 says:

        “We The People” ARE the Majority!!

        The VAST Majority!

        With “Our Lion” as Our Guidon…

        We’ve but to come together..
        Our Individual differences,
        And press on to the walls of DC..
        AND SHOUT!!

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    • Dutchman says:

      So, if they try to ‘impeach 45’, after the midterms, we march around d.c. for 6 days, then shout, and the walls of Congress, the DOJ, and FBI come tumbling down, on their heads!

      I LIKE IT!


      • svenwg says:

        You will also need a capacitor as powerful as the Ark of the Covenant with you to release an electric bolt stronger than a bolt of lightening, 😆

        Liked by 1 person

        • thinkthinkthink says:

          Hmmmm. I had always pictured it as a harmonic resonance thing. The Ark of the Covenant creating an electric Arc is a new thought to me. 🙂


  18. Translation-

    No reasonable prosecutor who wished to avoid barbells falling on him killing him would TAKE THIS CASE

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  19. intercesser says:

    What if Pres. Trump is way smarter than everyone ( ! ) is giving him credit for ? What if he walks into a gathering and sizes up everyone there , and he allows them to underestimate him ? What if ” Celebrity Apprentice ” was part of a deliberate strategy to to prep the battlefield in advance of a Presidential run ? What if the Donald has been prepping the battlefield in advance for a while now ? Because , isn’t that what anyone would do if they had the vision and the resources to do just that ? What if Pres. Trump is happy to have his enemies underestimate him so he can continue to advance ? Where has he been stopped ? We are frustrated at the lack of justice , but we can all hope and pray for more victories .

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  20. Steve Summar says:

    I love this blog….great subject matter, well reasoned opinions, informative courteous comments, a refreshing breath of clean air….much obliged…WWG1WGA

    Liked by 10 people

  21. Otto says:

    Don’t forget , Rosenstein is suppose to fork over tomorrow . We have been skunked by Burr and Horowitz. Let’s hope Nunes has to the guts to crack this open. Don’t let Rosenstein call the shots!


  22. leont says:

    If we lose, we will somehow survive. Trump and his family will not. He knows that. I will do whatever he asks me to do, but I need an indication from him. I am not going to jeopardize his plans based on my incomplete understanding. It is like relations between a trusted general and his soldiers.

    Liked by 4 people

    • zorrorides says:

      ^ ^ ^ ^ THIS ^ ^ ^ ^

      Neither Sundance nor Q, nor President Trump himself, has yet asked us to confront the Dims, Libs and Progs where-ever we find them. Yet. Right now it is our cold anger and sometimes a ‘red pill’, and of course Election Day.

      Maybe come January 2019 we rise up and throw the bums out. Thanks Leon.

      Liked by 2 people

      • If we can take this cold anger that we all have, and not waste it on harassing little-old-lady democrats out for dinner with their families, and instead turn that energy into accomplishing positive things at the polls, there is no way we can lose in 2018, 2020, 2022, and 2024……

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      • thinkthinkthink says:


        Planting seeds, watering, watching, weeding, and then the harvest. Maybe it’s not our family we can persuade, it’s an acquaintance, someone at the store we frequent, someone online. Many are looking for answers in the confusion swirling all around.

        Those who stand confident like a lighthouse in a storm, like Sundance has for us, will draw others to see more clearly how to read the signs of the times.


  23. George says:

    If these cretins get away with all manner of sedition it is the fault of the Attorney General. He is responsible for bringing them to justice. He is just as culpable as they are if nothing happens. Let his name be remembered with Arnold, Quisling and Fawkes.

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  24. Jimmney says:

    It’s going to take a lot more than being informed. It’s going to take a lot more than being keyboard warriors! It’s going to take a lot more than waiting and being patient!

    It’s going to take a million man march on Washington DC. A peaceful march with a loud message.

    Unfortunately I have not seen any big social media accounts trying to organize one. It’s going to take we the people. We have the tools/social media, we have a platform. What is the hold up?

    It’s as simple as a few big accounts saying hey I heard there is going to be a March on ………. Then the # March starts trending and well you get the point!

    This malarkey of just sitting at home waiting for something anything is well simply just malarkey! We don’t have to be violent what so ever. That’s not the case. We just need to show up in numbers like never seen before. That’s the message in itself! To our politicians and to the MSM.

    Liked by 1 person

    • GB Bari says:

      What social media do you think would permit such a planing effort to take place without the planners’ accounts being shadow banned or simply outright banned altogether? Neither Twitter nor Fakebook will allow conservatives / pro-Trump supporters to get very far into the planning stage before nuking it with the social media masters’ anti-conservative algorithms.


    • thinkthinkthink says:

      There is a more simple approach. Invest in the cost of traveling to each and every rally around the country. Make them grow into monster rallies where football stadiums are not big enough. Kill the lie that our President stands alone.

      Liked by 1 person

  25. Donna in Oregon says:

    2 systems of justice: Why NAFTA and open borders is so important to the Globalists.

    This is a long standing conspiracy….

    “The Federal Court of New York in 2008 proved that HSBC, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo and Bank of America were directly related to money laundering. The same court found that HSBC had laundered at least $1.1 billion from Sinaloa.”



    Too many articles of Big Banks laundering drug Cartel money, and it never ends….

    James Comey sat on the board of HSBC Bank, and SOS Hillary Clinton gave HSBC a pass when they got busted for laundering drug Cartel money. The IG failed to consider what these players in his 2 system approach have in common.

    James Comey and the Stinking Fish Factor

    Well whaddaya know? According to Investment Watchdog, “It seems that our beloved FBI Director was once a director and board member of HSBC, which is tightly connected to the Clinton Foundation…this is the same HSBC [Swiss bank] that was accused of laundering drug cartel money, was heavily involved in the LIBOR scandal, and who knows what else, and all while our esteemed FBI Director was part of the senior leadership.”

    Writer Kim McLendon elaborates upon a report issued by one of the few major whistleblowers about the foundation, Wall St. analyst Charles Ortel, who exposed AIG as well as the massive discrepancies in General Electric’s finances in 2008. Ortel found more massive discrepancies “between what some of the major donors say they gave to the Clinton Foundation…and what the Clinton Foundation said they got from the donors and what they did with it.” The letter he sent to donors, charity regulators, and investigative journalists labeled the charity “the largest charity fraud ever attempted‚Äö that being the network of illegal activities worldwide, whose heart is the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation.”

    Ortel goes on to say: “The Clinton Foundation…has been part of an international charity fraud whose entire cumulative scale (counting inflows and outflows) approaches and may even exceed $100 billion measured from 1997 forward. Yet state, federal and foreign government authorities, that should be keenly aware of this massive set of criminal frauds, so far, move at a snail’s pace, perhaps waiting for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to reveal the scope of its work and the nature of any findings.”

    Aha! “Perhaps” the powers-that-be are “waiting for the FBI” to investigate this international con game. And wouldn’t that be one James Comey? Is there indeed a conflict of interest that prevents the esteemed director from looking into this ostensibly criminal enterprise?

    Writer Tim Brown says that just because Comey was a Director with HSBC “does not assume corruption.” But it’s notable, he adds, that according to The Guardian, the “Clinton foundation received up to $81 million from clients of controversial HSBC bank.”

    In March, Judicial Watch documented the piles of money taken in by The Clinton Foundation, and reported: “Our lawsuit had previously forced the disclosure of documents that provided a road map for over 200 conflict-of-interest rulings that led to at least $48 million in speaking fees for the Clintons during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

    All of this and more led InfoWars reporter Kit Daniels to conclude, “Comey may be on the periphery of Clinton’s use of foreign policy to raise money for her foundation, but his position at HSBC may explain in part why she received kid glove treatment while others accused of similar crimes were prosecuted. His connection, however tenuous, should be reason enough to revisit the case and appoint a special prosecutor, as Rep. Matt Salmon of Arizona has demanded.”

    According to a report by Investors Research Dynamics, “in 2003, Comey became the deputy attorney general at the Department of Justice (DOJ). In 2005 he signed on to serve as general counsel and senior vice president at defense contractor Lockheed Martin. In 2010 he joined Bridgewater Associates, a Connecticut-based investment fund, as its general counsel. On September 4, 2013, James B. Comey was sworn in as the seventh Director of the FBI. Talk about the revolving door in and out of government! A shill for the private defense industry and later a Wall Street investment firm, two of the groups that support Hillary’s ascent to the Throne.”

    Meanwhile, last month, the IRS preempted the FBI by launching an investigation into what appears to be a full-blown, multi-tentacled criminal enterprise that spans the globe. Was this timed to let Comey slither away untarnished?

    Is that why Comey failed to ask Hillary even one question about her Foundation and its seemingly nefarious Kremlin connections? About the indictments (as reported by Michael Sainato) of several of her super-delegates for corruption and ethics violations involving huge sums of money? Of her closest aides for funny money vis-a-vis the Clinton Foundation? About the 181 Clinton Foundation donors who lobbied the State Department while Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state? About State Department favors for weapons manufacturers and foreign governments? How about how Hillary’s campaign chairman John Podesta bagged $35 million but failed to fully disclose this windfall, or about how Hillary showed remarkable disinterest in going after the murderous butchers of Boko Haram (as reported by Mindy Belz and J.C. Derrick in WORLD Magazine) because, allegedly, millions of dollars in donations were given to the Clinton Foundation by Nigerian billionaires with oil interests in northern Nigeria? On and on and on.

    And is it not relevant that Comey’s brother, Peter Comey, works at the law firm that does the Clinton Foundation’s taxes?

    Do any of these (and other) “dots” connect to Comey? Did he ever wonder if any of the 33-thousand emails that Hillary destroyed involved these explosive subjects? Is he just an incurious guy, or does his high position with HSBC and its oh-so-close Clinton Foundation connection make the conflict-of-interest suggestion too uncomfortably plausible?

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  26. frank field says:

    As a Christian, I find myself in a dilemma.
    I am 100% (100%) certain all injustices will ultimately be Righteously Judged.
    I was HOSED by the Obama/Comey crooked FBI, and desire to see short term justice on the enemies of truth.
    I am commanded in Scripture to not be bitter or angry, but rather to trust our Sovereign GOD.
    I am convinced that if we do not see these manifold injustices brought to justice in this life, we will ultimately see the full wrath of God meted out on all offenses against HIM.
    I thank the LORD for His mercy and grace toward me as I ponder these gross injustices against the American people and the thrice Holy GOD.
    Oh God! Bless America!

    Liked by 2 people

    • frank field says:

      dilemna 👓

      Liked by 2 people

    • Thank you Frank. I really needed to be brought back to seeing the big picture… to remember exactly who is truly and most certainly in control. It is hard to stay focused on this wonderful truth in the midst of our current cold and righteous anger. God Bless you sir and my fellow treepers as well.


    • NotALiberal says:

      In times like this, when “cold anger” tends to increase my blood pressure to unhealthy levels, I focus on Romans 14:11: “For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God.” After prayer and reflection, this brings comfort to be me every time. God is in control. Yes, we have our duties as His faithful servants, but, ultimately, He is in on the throne.

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  27. CM-TX says:


    | On June 28, 2016, four days before the Clinton interview, Agent 1 sent an
    instant message complaining about the numerous people involved in preparing for
    the Clinton interview.

    Agent 1 messaged,
    “… very aggravating making this flow with 20+ voices for disparate information anyway. We have nothing – shouldn’t [sic] even be interviewing.
    Today, someone said we really need to call out that SHE HAD TWO PHONES when her excuse not to have a state bb [State Department Blackberry] in the first place was because she didnt [sic] want to carry two phones.” |

    Well, Mr. Comey, that kinda shoots a hole in that “just for convenience” factor. But then the intent was obviously to avoid FOIA/ oversight/ accountability. And the only logical reason for that– having foresight of questionable activity– the kind someone might need to hide.
    Oh, regarding that minor detail, where evidence under subpoena/preservation orders was destroyed– Consciousness of Guilt should’ve then been applied.

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  28. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    The cartoon and accompanying statement of purpose exactly describe my allegiance to the Republic, to my several ancestors who founded her, and to the ancestors who defended her.
    Many millions of us are similarly situated, and ready if needed to pledge our lives and fortunes, such as they may be measured, to the Republic’s cause.
    Our resolution and resistance should put our enemies in fear. Unlike them, we are not bound by silly economic determinist ideology.
    Heritage, and the sound reasoning of our forebearers impels us. Hegelian explanation will wilt in the face of biologically stiffened opposition.
    Bring it, we pray.

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  29. Alonzo says:

    I could go on a 10,000 word rant about how there is still a cover up for Hillary, and an attempted coup of a duly elected POTUS, that is convincing to most people. To make it easier on my anger, I will simply say that the IG report is inadequate and a continuation of the cover up, so Hillary Clinton walks. She will NEVER receive justice by design, which translates into each of us not receiving a just outcome to this scam. We are not a nation of laws, that promotes justice for all. We are a nation that allows our self-proclaimed elites, to do as they wish with no consequences, regardless of criminal activity. We need a new Government. Burn it down and start over!

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  30. Sunshine says:

    It’s not difficult to understand. All we want as an outcome is Hillary Clinton Lock Her Up. Do whatever to achieve it, there are so many paths to victory of which the Clinton Foundation. There’s so much material to work it, if they don’t prosecute her, we’ll lose all confidence in the DOJ.


  31. HickTick says:

    Think about this , We have known about the Weiner lap top since before the election . If there is evidence on it of crimes such as involving pedophilia , children or the lost e-mails , proof of pay to play at the Clinton Money Laundering Club , then I don’t think there has ever been any waiting to prosecute with evidence involving children . So the Weiner lap top is all smoke and mirrors .

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  32. zooamerica says:

    WE have to start standing up against Mueller and his Deep State masters in new, more creative ways. Exposing them alone is not enough!

    Instead of protesting in front of the “RED Hen” let’s get our asses in gear and start protesting Mueller and the gang up front and on a daily basis. Start following these creeps, and if the “authorities” give you any crap, just say you’re exercising your 1st Amendment right to be a citizen journalist because the MSM won’t do their damn job!


    WE need to HOUND these whack jobs in the same way the left hounded Scott Pruitt and his family….we have to fight fire with fire, because no matter how much of our hard work, sweat and intellectual sunshine we poor on to them, those tactics are not moving at the speed of President Trump….the Biggest Political Fire in US history.

    President Trump once said as a candidate that you have to go after your enemies 10 X harder if they attack you, and you might have to go after their families too.

    He wasn’t joking. That was a very serious message he was sending, and our the men that signed The Declaration of Independence know exactly what he meant.

    This is WAR, and most warfare is psychological. Visuals count – a lot, more than substance, unfortunately, but that’s the way it is and President Trump knows it.

    It’s time for Trump supporters to start punching back 10 X harder with POSITIVE PROTEST!

    To every action there is an equal or greater reaction….Where is it? Where is the FIGHT BACK after they’ve attacked us for the past 532 days and more.?

    Your local FBI office needs to hear from you. Call them up and politely say how you feel.

    Organize a rally in front of your local FBI office demanding Mueller END THE WITCH HUNT NOW!

    If I had the means, and lived anywhere near Washington, D.C. I would spend my days hounding these “Cowards” until they are forced to resign or leave the Swamp.

    Now let’s get to work!

    Organize! Plan protests! Get in their faces, politely! RISE UP!

    ****BEFORE the 2018 Midterm elections, Trump Nation MUST hold a GIANT rally, preferably in Washington, D.C. – but anywhere USA would suffice and probably be a hell of a lot easier to organize compared to the Swamp.

    “TRUMPSTOCK 2018” – anyone own a farm?

    Who has the time, money and balls to organize it?

    How about US?

    Why NOT?

    Sundance…..your website ALONE has the power to create and manifest such an idea.

    I want to see a HUGE 10 X as strong punch back by our side before the midterms.

    Can’t blame the weather…somewhere in October is calling.



  33. sharpul says:

    What’s going on with Huber’s investigations?

    I haven’t read or heard anything.


  34. zooamerica says:


  35. GB Bari says:

    “MMC”, eh?

    I so dislike being teased, but I have a LOT of patience with the Good Guys (incl. SD) and tremendous capacity for storing up a LOT of Cold Anger at the bad guys (list too long to print).

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  36. jeans2nd says:

    “CTH accepts that we cannot influence the decisions made by current DOJ officials…”

    Why? Why can we not influence their decisions?

    They are still talking about the Tea Party, the Tea Party that “they” targeted and destined for destruction.
    Andrew is also not only remembered, but revered and emulated by more now than those that actually knew him in his time. (and all the more powerful, sitting at the foot of Our Lord…)

    “Continue sharing your knowledge with your friends, family and co-workers.”
    “Let your elected officials know that you know what is going on.”

    Now you’re talking sense. Add one more thing –
    “The prayer of a righteous man has great power in its effects.” James 5:16
    All who believe are made righteous by Jesus Christ.

    We cannot lose.

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  37. dallasdan says:

    SD: “Within the content of the released report it becomes obvious the Obama DOJ and FBI constructed a dual system of justice. Political ideology determines which process to follow.”

    This is a cogent description of systemically corrupted investigative and law enforcement processes and entities. The analogy that comes to my mind is cancer.

    When the disease invades multiple primary organs over an extended period, the patient may fight heroically and the treatment may be extraordinary, but death is the usual result. I and my fellow physicians see it often.

    Long-term treatments and cures for cancer are decades in the making. IMO, the FBI and DOJ are terminally ill, and the President doesn’t have enough time or the large number of theoretical and applied researchers and practitioners to cure them in the short-term.

    More optimistically, the Congress can be saved by extensive amputation surgery. The hopeful result coming from new members will be a re-constitution of the FBI and DOJ in conformance with their intended purposes.

    For me, seeing the principal perpetrators of the worst, fully-documented acts of sedition in our lifetimes not held judicially accountable for their crimes induces similar feelings of anger and sadness that result from watching cancer claim another life.

    In the context of the current crisis, politics is the cancer.

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  38. Donna in Oregon says:

    I’m not really sure if the Department of Defense was in on Peter Strozk’s Trump campaign spying. Strozk was texting about this in 2016. I don’t really understand how the DOD manages these contracts.

    Saw this on OANN with Jack Posobiec reporting.

    Strozk testimony (public) next week may have questions that relate to outside private contractors specifically to a connection to military intelligence and the Department of Defense.

    Questions may focus on his work w/ outside private contractors because of this
    email written by Strozk on Sept 14 2016 “cancelled trip to Mission Ridge today.”

    Mission Ridge is office park in Chantilly VA, Mission Ridge 1 & 2 buildings houses private Intelligence and Defense contractors, and is considered a Military complex.

    One company, in particular is Integrity Applications Inc. (IAI).

    IAI : Focus on government, space and intelligence surveillance. Supplier of analysts and support for Intelligence. Focus in Russia, Middle East. Has been paid $41 million in 2016. Strozk mentioned them during Operation Crossfire.

    What was Strozk an FBI guy doing with military contractors?

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  39. LBB says:

    This summary from the IG about a FBI special agent who was found to abuse his office, equipment, tamper with witnesses, lie to OIG, etc., and then they decline to prosecute, is why it is hard to figure out what it takes in that town. From April.

    Click to access f180430.pdf

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  40. Ackman420 says:

    Thanks for posting the vids, and all you have helped to reveal to the treehouse members.
    I always learn things when visiting. Today I learned that there actually was a GJ empaneled for Hillary. The context of her interview and the weak evidence gathering makes much more sense.

    I’m as frustrated as anyone here, who understands the mechanics of the “justice” system. I’ll take being armed with understanding, even though it looks as if there’s not much chance of justice being served this time. God bless you SD, President Trump, and our Republic.

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Eliza says:

    Thank you Sundance once again for your encouragement! You really truly are an American patriot. I do get down because of the injustice & criminality within our govt & what appears to be the inability of the leader of the executive branch to step in. Thank you for the broader perspective & constant reminder of all the good President Trump is doing for America & the world. Thank you also for the timely reminder, the more of America knows what’s going on then the more likely we will hold the corrupt leftist cabal accountable. God bless America & God bless President Trump.


  42. Rynn69 says:

    Ok. So I have read some of the posts above and we might as well all just throw in the towel, eh? The one thing that has always driven me crazy is the inability of conservatives to fight. Bernie Goldberg wrote a book in 2007 called “Crazies to the Left of Me, Wimps to the Right.” Let’s change that paradigm. It would bode well to look at the big picture:

    1. The Internet has Changed the Game! Politicians, the establishment, and the media used to get away with lying, obfuscating, and propagandizing. With the onset of social media and the internet, they cannot do this anymore. They have lost an incredible power. In addition, the internet is capturing dirty games, dirty tricks, and making wrongdoers famous. No one can avoid the justice in the public’s eye and square.

    2. Rejection of Globalism is Occurring! Europe is slowly rejecting the EU experiment and all the nightmares of globalism, controlled (not free) trade benefiting said globalists, and the horror show that mass migrant invasion has wreaked on their countrymen. The world is changing.

    3. Decent People Reject Hate, Bullying, & Violence – the mainstay of the current Democrat Party! Violence only begets more violence. WWJD is what I always go back to. Speak and spread truth, change minds if only one at a time, and VOTE. The internet and social communities can help us organize, stay informed, and mobilize for elections. Don’t underestimate the decency of your fellow Americans. This IS the majority.

    4. Justice Must Be Restored! This one must be done and it will take PDJT, his administration & advisors, and WE THE PEOPLE to continue voting Republican. Right now this unhinged group in #3 see no consequences for their wrongdoing – whether the swamp or the violent activist. Once justice is restored and law/order enforced, this will stop. There will be consequences.

    Sorry so long, but stay focused. Stay on course. We will win.


  43. Lactantius says:

    St. Lactantius, advisor to Constantine noted “The first point of wisdom is to discern what is false, the second to know what is true.” Wisdom is not tripped over and discovered. We are all finding out what is false and piling it up looking for correlations and causes. But unwrapping what is true takes a great deal of patience, testing, consideration and then having the patience and courage to reconsider and be circumspect so that we don’t jump to the conclusions we imagine, but can’t support.

    Albert Einstein dealt in long strings of formulaic theory which he them proceeded to compact and build into one succinct formula. He said: “Things should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” Oversimplification is how the mob “thinks” when they are impatient to get on with action. Even Yogi Berra joined in when he said “you can observe a lot by just looking.”

    James Comey said Hillary didn’t have “intent” regarding her server shenanigans and so he didn’t legally cast an enormous cloud over her campaign in the 2016 elections. That action, cowardly as it may be, was an effort to keep the FBI and the Justice Department out of “deciding” the election for President. There is a certain “nobility” in that. But, now, we know that within the DOJ and the FBI there was a concurrent effort to smear and defeat Donald J. Trump. So, whatever sense of purity Comey may have felt regarding staying out of the election is entirely negated by revealed fact. Ergo, we know what is false concerning Comey and parts of the FBI and parts of the DOJ.

    Inspector General Michael Horowitz wrote a “self-preservation” OIG report. He was given the job of writing an audit of “what happened” within the organization for a President who fired the head (Comey) of a major element (FBI) within the organization. (DOJ) The President has announced that major changes in the DOJ are in the works, but those changes still have to be spelled out and passed by Congress. And the President keeps up the pressure by Twitter storming the realm of the Inspector General who can not be unaffected by the pressure. The Inspector General’s boss has recused himself and sits back like the Cheshire Cat sending no signals other than a grin. Rosenstein is trapped between the investigation and the guillotine trying to save his own bacon in a fluid situation where golden parachutes are in demand but the locker is empty.

    Michael Horowitz has long swords drawn all around him by those who are going to be hurt by his report and have career problems and/or prison problems. Therefore, Horowitz points out the existence of bias and bad policy, but, like Comey, he can’t find the conclusive link between bias and a specific action. Horowitz can’t “find” the nexus because that is not his goal. The President and Congress want him to produce the smoking gun, but Horowitz is determined to let the higher roosters take the facts and the inferences and do with them as they may. As a result, the Inspector General survives to investigate on. And, in all good faith, that is the way it should be.

    Meanwhile, on November 13, 2017, AG Sessions appointed U.S. Attorney for Utah, John Huber to work with Inspector General Michael Horowitz to investigate criminal and civil law violations by people within the DOJ and FBI. Professor Jonathan Turley surmises that John Huber is using the nearly 500 investigators in the Inspector General’s office to prepare the documents for him to bring charges and seek indictments before a secret grand jury in order to clean up the DOJ and FBI. This is how the millstones of the gods grind slowly but surely. There are stories about over 40,000 sealed indictments having already been submitted. Instead of Michael Horowitz, John Huber is the political “fall guy.”

    Even if the Democrats capture both houses of Congress in November and the very worst imaginable people become committee chairpersons, nothing can stop the John Huber train which has already made its way well past political posturing and demagoguery.

    Time and patience will be our friend as we discover what is true. Benghazi, the Hillary server, the IRS abuses died in Congressional committees. This mess has made its way to the Federal Grand Jury level and that is what separates it from past “establishment controlled lead balloons”. Thank God that Schiff didn’t get the Attorney General post in the Hillary administration.

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  44. jello333 says:

    As scummy as Comey is, I still can’t shake this feeling that he actually WANTED Hillary to be charged. Sure sounded that way during most of his press conference, and even some later interviews. And he always seems to be feeling sorry for himself. “What else could I have done? It wasn’t my fault.” So the reason I’m saying all this is that when (not “if”) the case is reopened, it’s possible that Comey could be useful after all.


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