The Early 2016 “Intelligence Laundry System” is The Risk Peter Strzok is Attempting to Conflate…

Back in March 2018, we initially outlined a strong likelihood about the origin of the material used in the FISA application; and how it appeared to emanate from “contractors” with access to the NSA/FBI database, Fusion GPS, Nellie Ohr, Christopher Steele and ultimately to Nellie’s husband Bruce Ohr and back into the FBI.   Later CTH described that as an “intelligence laundry operation“.

Today, while necessarily needing to hold on to an official position that the FBI only began investigating candidate Trump on July 31st, 2016, FBI agent Peter Strzok inadvertently confirmed every aspect of our previous suspicions.

Here’s the full backstory:  Senator Chuck Grassley letter to Rod Rosenstein (Page 5, footnote #5) outlines the FBI interviews of twice demoted DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr:

Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 11/22/16);
Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 12/05/16);
Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 12/12/16);
Ohr FD-302 12/27/16 (interview date 12/20/16);
Ohr FD-302 01/27/17 (interview date 01/27/17);
Ohr FD-302 01/31/17 (interview date 01/23/17);
Ohr FD-302 01/27/17 (interview date 01/25/17);
Ohr FD-302 02/08/17 (interview date 02/06/17);
Ohr FD-302 02/15/17 (interview date 02/14/17);
Ohr FD-302 05/10/17 (interview date 05/08/17);
Ohr FD-302 05/12/17 (interview date 05/12/17);
Ohr FD-302 05/16/17 (interview date 05/15/17).

Notice: DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr was interviewed after the election four times [November 22nd, December: 5th, 12th, 20th, 2016] by the Obama FBI.

During those four 2016 interviews: President Obama, James Comey (FBI), Andrew McCabe (FBI), Loretta Lynch (DOJ), Sally Yates (DOJ), James Baker (FBI), Peter Strzok (FBI), Lisa Page (FBI), Jim Rybicki (FBI), Mary McCord (DOJ), Mike Kortan (FBI), Bill Priestap (FBI) and David Laufman (DOJ) were all still in place. The Inspector General investigation had not yet begun.

Question(s):

Why was the FBI interviewing Bruce Ohr in 2016?

Who was interviewing Bruce Ohr in 2016?

Possibility/Theory: After candidate Donald Trump won the election the “small group” knew Bruce and Nellie Ohr were both big risks, and weak links.

If our prior research assumptions are correct, Bruce Ohr and Nellie Ohr were the two key participants at the heart of the raw FBI/NSA database intelligence surveillance ‘gathering‘, and intelligence ‘laundering‘ operation.

When Admiral Mike Rogers shut down contractor access to the NSA/FBI database (April 18th, 2016) the outside group needed a workaround. That’s where DOJ official Bruce Ohr and his wife Nellie Ohr come into play. {Go Deep} The DOJ side of the operation was conducted within the National Security Division (John P Carlin head). {Go Deep} The DOJ-NSD via Bruce Ohr, could use the NSA/FBI database and pass information to, and receive information from, Nellie Ohr.

Nellie was hired by Fusion-GPS immediately after Admiral Rogers shut down the FBI ‘contractor’ use of the system. Nellie would be the go-between. Nellie, working for Fusion GPS, took the raw intel (search results) from Bruce, DOJ-NSD/FBI and passed it along to Christopher Steele.

Steele washed the unlawful Ohr-NSD-FBI raw intelligence by putting it into this “dossier”, and feeding it back into the FBI via Nellie, Bruce delivery to FBI.  The DOJ/FBI then used the laundered intelligence to enhance their FISA Title-1 Surveillance warrant against Carter Page to gain access to the monitor the Trump campaign, legally.

Christopher Steele would never have found anything about Carter Page on his own. Page was a nothing-burger; however, the FBI had previously used Page in a Russian operation.

Part of the raw intelligence the FBI fed to Chris Steele through Nellie Ohr was their intel on Page. When Steele returned the dossier to the FBI the DOJ/FBI could present Steele’s construct of Carter Page to the FISA court as ‘collaborating evidence’.

The goal of all this activity was always the surveillance on Trump. They obtained the FISA-Title1 warrant on October 21st, 2016. All retroactive surveillance was immediately lawful.

Bruce Ohr and Nellie Ohr connect the activity from the DOJ (national security division) and FBI (counterintelligence division) together with Fusion GPS (Nellie’s 2016 employer, Glenn Simpson) and Christopher Steele (the recipient of the unwashed intelligence product).

Remember, the Clinton-Steele Dossier was the primary intelligence product used to get the FISA-Title-1 (near unlimited scope) Surveillance Warrant, on October 21st, 2016.

Now look:

(Nunes Memo)

Now Look:

(ODNI Media Release January 11th, 2017)

  • October 2016 “corroboration was in its infancy.” ~ Bill Priestap (FBI)
  • January 2017 “the IC has not made any judgment that the information in this document is reliable” ~ James Clapper

…Yet somehow on October 21st, 2016 the dossier was valid enough for a FISA warrant? Doesn’t add up. I digress.

Four Corners of the demonstrable justice dept. conspiracy:

  1. Exonerate Clinton
  2. Investigate/execute, IC surveillance of Trump.
  3. Collect and redistribute opposition research of Trump.
  4. The Insurance Policy.

Following the exoneration of Hillary Clinton, the next phase, the “Trump Operation”, was the need for the DOJ/FBI “small group” to have access to surveillance of Hillary Clinton’s political opposition, Donald Trump. This was the U.S. government conducting political opposition research through a weaponized intelligence apparatus (DOJ and FBI).

Within the context of #2 and #3 you’ll note the entry and exit timeline of people connected to the same task is identical. Christopher Steele, hired by Fusion-GPS, enters the timeline at the same time Nellie Ohr is hired by Fusion-GPS (May 2016). Both Christopher Steele and Nellie Ohr exit the activity timeline at the same time as the FBI gets FISA Court “Title 1” surveillance authority over Carter Page, October 21st, 2016.

Everything after October 21st, 2016, when the FBI has “Title 1” surveillance authority over Carter Page and the Trump Campaign, is part of the “insurance policy”. The Title 1 surveillance authority gave the “small group” the tools needed to execute #4, which included the 2017 “Russian Narrative” and the appointment of SC Robert Mueller.

That’s the rough outline. Within the rough outline there are sub-chapters of how it all took place. How it all came together: The ‘dossier’ is a sub-chapter. The FISA warrant is a sub-chapter. Establishing Special Counsel Robert Mueller was a sub-chapter. Etc.

♦Nellie Ohr was needed because she was a go-between from Team Clinton (Fusion GPS) to her husband Bruce Ohr inside the DOJ. Nellie Ohr relayed information into the DOJ and she extracted information from the DOJ that was passed back to Fusion-GPS and by extension Christopher Steele.

Nellie Ohr was a communication transfer hub.

♦Christopher Steele was needed because:

A) the Clinton Team (Fusion GPS) needed to wash their opposition research and have it come out as “Intelligence Product”; and B) the DOJ and FBI needed to present intelligence product to further their insurance policy goal.

The Clinton ‘opposition research,’ turned ‘intelligence product’. was carried by Nellie Ohr to Christopher Steele who then recycled it back to the FBI and DOJ and it was leaked to the media, as needed, to script the Russian narrative. Brennan (CIA) and Clapper (ODNI) could enhance the IC product as needed [See: ‘Russian Election’ – Joint Analysis Report].

The Clinton-Steele Dossier was a collaboration. The FBI and DOJ used the Clinton-Steele Dossier, and leaks from those assembling the Clinton-Steele Dossier, as validation for an October 21st TitleI FISA surveillance warrant on Carter Page.

Three corners of the conspiracy construct relied upon the FISA “Title I” surveillance:

#2) Investigate, execute, IC surveillance of Trump; #3) Collect and redistribute opposition research of Trump; and #4) The Insurance Policy;

All three of those corners relied on the FISA surveillance warrant being granted.

Another example post-election use of the FISA surveillance was how the Intelligence Community positioned the story of Carter Page in April of 2017 to gain the Special Counsel appointment, ie. the Mueller investigation (another false construct.)

As Chuck Ross notes, Senator Grassley is reminding everyone of FBI interview timeline of Bruce Ohr:

Why this is important, and why Grassley is reemphasizing it?  Because the activity taking place prior to the opening of the official FBI investigation, July 31st, 2016, is currently the biggest risk to the constructed (false) story being pushed by the intelligence apparatus.

 

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474 Responses to The Early 2016 “Intelligence Laundry System” is The Risk Peter Strzok is Attempting to Conflate…

  1. railer says:

    When we get those two FISA warrant applications, the original which was denied and the second which was approved, along with all documentation associated with both, and sworn testimony from all parties associated with the production of both, including the judge and all of his communications regarding the applications as well as his calendar of meetings during the timeline in question, I suspect the crux of this conspiracy will come clear. This was the crime, and those who participated in it must be exposed. Strozk is a scumbag and clearly a sociopath and liar, but these exist within any crime organization. What matters most is the crimes and the mob bosses in charge, not the filth who mucked around, the mafia underlings. I want Brennan, Comey, Lynch, Rosenstein, McCabe et al to be exposed, and Strozk is just the means to that end. Don’t get too wrapped up in the distractions today, there’s plenty better of this to come.

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    • True Treeper says:

      ^^^^This!!!!

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    • WSB says:

      And all THIS was only the coverup! We still have unmasking, Uranium One, the Clinton Foundation, finding out just who Obama is and how Soros and Five Eyes have been using our taxpayer money to attempt the takedown of the USA.

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      • Concerned says:

        On Hannity the big news tonight was not his mono-log. It was what was happening in the background when Senator Chuck Grassley passed by Peter Strozk just as the Congressional meeting ended.

        Peter Strozk demeanor was that of a friend passing by a known supporter (i.e., Chuck Grassley). Look at the video for yourself.

        When we combine this with an earlier video in which Grassley when on the record with Wray in support of the need for the FISA process. It’s clear, that Wray, Grassley and Strozk are black hats.

        I am getting the feeling again, that this was nothing but a stage show.

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        • WSB says:

          Could very well be…do you have the clip?

          You mean the video is playing when Hannity is beginning his show?

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        • I felt it too. Lots of peacocking by grandstanding Congressmen. No questions about FISA (702 searches or Carter Page). No questions about Strok’s flunking a polygraph yet remaining in charge of Clinton and Trump investigations. No questions about what work did Strzok do for Brennan in 2015. No questions about who Strzok met in London at very start of investigation. Only one lame question about the Hillary non-investigation and did Strzok edit Gross Negligence. It’s hard to solve the problem when you spend your 5 minutes of fame yelling.

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        • RJones says:

          This is idiotic. Grassley is a hero in this investigation and you are just trying to sow confusion.

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          • Concerned says:

            When Grassley and Wray voiced support of the unconstitutional FISA process affecting millions of Americans. Their future actions became, suspect for me. One important point of any investigation is to not accept coincidental occurrences on face value.

            As your mom probably said – Don’t be judged by the people you associate with. Was Grassley looking for Strzok?

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        • cali says:

          @Concerned: I respectfully disagree with your comment:

          Strzok has co-operated as a witness until the day the white hat investigators had no more use for him and he was escorted out of the FBI and stripped of his security clearance retroactively as of January 2016 when he failed his mandatory FBI polygraph examination.

          Senator Chuck Grassley is a patriot and white hat and has over the years addressed a number of issues that included Huma Abedin and her muslim brotherhood affiliation/membership, her dual employment in the state department and another Clinton affiliated entity named Teneo.

          Since then every action the senator took can be found in his many letters and requests of information repeatedly ignored by the agencies whom he addressed.

          Senator Grassley was never a black hat and is not one today. Just because a nicety may took place as the hearing ended does not mean anything. I would not be surprised if some of the info given to senator Grassley finally after years of asking may were answered by Strzok’s provided answers during his co-operation as a witness.

          The FBI director is also no black hat despite what you and others believe. If our military intelligence such as the 470thIntelligence Brigate via Q trust Wray and consider him a white hat so should we. They more everything while we know snippets.

          Strzok validated his own, Brennan, Clapper, HRC and Hussein’s et al perception being traitors. He displayed a superiority complex based on his sociopathic narcissism that is not only deeply disturbing but very dangerous.

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        • Kris says:

          It wasn’t Grassley it was Goodlatte. Goodlatte is the Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, Grassley is the Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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    • melski says:

      railer how I wish you are correct. My gut feeling is however the only thing we will get are more fundraising letters from the GOP asking for help while nothing gets done. Rinse-repeat.

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      • David A says:

        Yes, a skeptic of justice on the U.S. must ask ” why have we not seen all documents pertinent to the FISA inquiry requests and approvals?”

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    • kiswa15 says:

      Bingo
      The FISA warrant was the cover for all of the surveillance future, past, & present.
      Everything was used…contractors accessing NSA databases at the FBI/DOJ and contractors accessing very classified hacking tools at the CIA (vault 7). CIA engineer was arrested earlier this year for leaking Vault 7 but he was in fact the individual who went to the IG and Senate Intelligence committee member about contractors having access to these tools in 2014.
      John Brennan needs to spend then rest of his life in prison…in a padded cell watching Trump rallies on a continuous televised loop.

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      • farrier105 says:

        In order to GET the FISA warrant, they conducted surveillance WITHOUT the FISA warrant, if you want to call playing “Mission Impossible” style manipulation of human perceptions “surveillance.”

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      KABOOM!
      You’re dead on the bull’s eye.
      Waiting on Huber’s team.

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      • farrier105 says:

        Huber reviews what Horowitz does to see if there is anything actionable. That is all he is charged to do as of our last information from the southern guy, whats-his-name who should probably be checked into a hospital for believing he is the Attorney General, something like the cliche’ characters who think they are Napoleon.

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    • RJones says:

      We all assumed that, after being caught, these corrupt officials would have been embarrassed by their conduct and would have cooperated to save their own necks. But these folks are too narcissistic to be embarrassed. As someone else said, “The scariest thing in all this is that people like Comey, McCabe, and Strczk were running the FBI.”

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    • steph_gray says:

      Well if you think sundance is a fool, perhaps you should recheck which website you are reading. Just a suggestion.

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    • Instructor says:

      What you and others fail to see is the fact that nothing will happen to any , and I mean absolutely nothing will happen to any of the bad players in our government and here is the reason why. If Peter Strzok were to openly tell everything he knows about all the wrong doing and the crimes we know and think were committed by FBI and DOJ concerning the Trump and Clinton investigations , there will be no prosecutions. Jason Chaffetz, congressmen from Cal. Went to see Sessions and told him all he knew that was going on at the FBI and the Clinton emails . This is what Chaffetz saiid following the meeting in his own words. ” The moment Sessions told me he had NO intention of prosecuting Hillary IT aid Bryan Pagliano regarding her emails , I knew the battle was lost. Now let that sink in people. That’s why Strzok and Rosenstein and anyone else that comes before Congress have no fear and can piss you off because they know nothing will happen to them. So when CTH tells you , be patient, the silent assassin, Sessions, will come save the day, they are lying to you. He has already said No HE WILL NOT. So stop complaining that you wish this one would do this and that one should do that , get back to reality. This is not Alice in wonderland, this is not the land of pretend. It’s over! Now deal with it.

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  2. rami says:

    Did anyone else hear the last question by Jackson Lee at the very end when she was giving the closing comments for the minority? It has something to do with the Flynn discussion with the Russian diplomat and “tearing up the sanctions”? Goodlatte stopped her but I didn’t catch it all.

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    • RoddREpub says:

      I’m A black man and I’m proud of it. What I’m not proud of are these ridiculous black politicians who will say and do anything their masters in the Democrat party tell them.

      Liked by 20 people

      • Plain Jane says:

        It is sad that there are so few Black conservatives voices on Capitol Hill.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Doug says:

          That is changing. #WalkAwayCampaign.
          Many black folks I follow on Twitter and Youtube have expressed outrage over how little is actually being done to better the black community AND they are seeing how terribly black men and women are treated by demonrats who dare to think differently.

          I think this is a wonderful development as I believe small c conservative principles support freedom and liberty.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        RoddRepub, I agree with you. They talk racism but are practicing racism on fellow blacks and think they are smart and great representatives in both houses. Most of them are there way too long but getting richer while so many blacks are getting nothing via them. May I also say here that when I looked at Nellie Ohr for the first time I saw her with a Pocahontas haircut and could pass for her sister. They both have that same “I am crazy) look!

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    • Doug says:

      I caught that too rami. I’d like to know more as she seemed to be quoting a whistleblower in the case. But that quote seemed disjointed.

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  3. Lis says:

    What matters the most is that we get every one of our friends into the voting booth this November.

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  4. StuckInBlue says:

    So, it looks like there’s no disagreement to the notion that the top 4 or 5 layers of FBI management need to be sliced off, with the remainder brought into other existing agencies, such as the US Marshals.
    When can we start?

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  5. Apfelcobbler says:

    A Congresswoman at the end brought up Strzork’s conducting an affair as being a classic misconduct that enemies exploit – textbook stuff. Had to laugh out loud when Strzok asserted that he was (magically?) impervious to potential blackmail because of his patriotism. [gag] Isn’t that called magical thinking? Or is it plain old narcissism?

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    • HRC/BHO May have used this affair over their heads to be exonerated for her email crimes and spy on Donald Trump. Blackmail is a weapon and the Clintons are experts no how to use it.

      If PS is playing a role of the corrupt FBI guy, he did an amazing job. Very believable!

      Didn’t PS and LP get demoted and werent they cooperating/tattling all their secrets to the investigators? Has PS been fired yet? My guess is that this is all theater. Make PS and LP look like the BAD POS that they are, and make it look like they are divulging ZERO HRC/BHO incriminating evidence to Huber/Horowitz.

      Why? Because they need HRC/BHO, Holder, Brennon, Clapper, Lynch, Yates to feel safe. That PS and LP will be their fall guys. Why? To expose the sscheme and all the Dems/progs and dirty RINOs, watching them defend these criminals, knowing full well they are guilty. This is mostly for public consumption.

      When the silent sledgehammer drops, the cockroaches will scatter, but the evidence and case against them will be 100% tight. US AG Sessions has waited his whole career to put these lying crinamls away. He will not arrest them until every loss end is tied up.

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      • David A says:

        Molly, at this point I give that scenario no more then a 5% chance.

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        • OneWalleee says:

          This will all amount to nothing. They are too powerful. Swallow the black pill and VOTE. The person with the greatest incentive and the power sufficiency to achieve this is President Trump. Every outside we put in DC that strongly support Trump increases the chance justice will be delivered.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Mz and Karl,
        Agree with your thinking. Huber has all of the info on all of the players. The Trap is closed, it’s just a matter of when it is opened that we find out who is caught.
        Given Sundance’s painstakingly reconstructed time line of events, and the connected dots, it will be fascinating to see how the operation gets connected into the Obama Whit e House. Strzok and LP are just agents along with others. They are legal sized lobsters that are kept. Its going to be amazing to see how the 15 pounders got into the trap.

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    • Cankles Clinton says:

      Patriotic F’ing.

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      Rep Handel was quite effective in her questioning of Strzok and she exposed him on several items including the one you mentioned about him revealing that he is a super patriot and the fact that he should have disclosed his extramarital affair to Mueller. I especially like when she dressed him down with, “You’ve got a lot to learn.”

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    • WSB says:

      That was Lt Col. Representative Steve Russell. Oklahoma. Major hero. Green Beret. He was perfection.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Apfelcobbler (and I wish I had some of that apple cobberler!), in his mind he is an angel of mercy and love but is found with no morals, values or love of America. 26 yrs. in FBI and God knows how much more damage he has done in those years. Lies like a carpet on the floor and you know when they smirk they are trying to yank the person interrogating them cord! Just like Zuckerberg, lie and obfuscate all of which is showing up that we have failed to keep our employees walking the line! Disgusting. Why Congress and why not go straight to a Grand Jury or the military courts and get this settled quickly and at far less cost.

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    • Amy2 says:

      He’s too patriotic to be blackmailed? My how the definition of “patriotism” has changed.

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    • Bo says:

      This was the most pathetic testimony by a witness, consistent with what we have seen coming from the former and current FBI/ DOJ.

      It was the purest form of comedy in the saddest way shown I have ever seen. He literally opened himself up to perjury without a care in the world.

      I haven’t seen it stated anywhere but the questions he gladly waa answering in the early evening were the same ones he was advised by FBI attorneys not to answer in the daytime questioning. That’s how unconcerned the ilk are of being prosecuted for the crimes which they committed. The only time I saw him sqirm and the rear posse sqirm and stretch their necks is when there was any questioning about anything related to Hillary Clinton. Hysterical – Tragic – Evil

      These people are the walking dead and they don’t even care.

      I humbly and sadly offer below what this travesty has been in summary.

      Pick any name of the ilk and this is how bold and pathetic it has become.

      ‘ Yes it is clear the multiple actions and statements that we ourselves openly admit were criminal based on our own laws.
      We have therefore concluded we are not guilty. ‘

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  6. nimrodman says:

    Nellie Ohr was a communication transfer hub.

    Kimberly Strassel just now on Tucker Carlson (Brian Kilmeade subbing) said very clearly:

    “Nellie Ohr was a conduit between Fusion GPS and the FBI”.

    I’m often disappointed that many of Sundance’s most important revelations aren’t spread by wider media, in this case it looks like at least one point was picked up and re-broadcast (whether Sundance was her source for the statement or not, at least this revelation has hit mainstream media).

    I wish Congress Repubs would fully digest Sundance’s accounts on these topics BEFORE questioning witnesses.

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  7. DanO64 says:

    I would classify today as more winning.

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      I agree with you. To be honest, I didn’t think much at all was going to come of today. Actually, there were several bombshells that came out today. Also, I have been wanting to see Strozk testify. He has been referred to for months with Page, but we have never had a chance to actually hear from him. I think his body language, flippant behavior, eye movement, and anger provided a good deal of insight into his character. The American people got to see one of the leading “players” up close today. They also got to see the Dems make a complete jack a** of themselves, and they demonstrated they are not for law and order.

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      • Drogers says:

        Same here. I’ve been looking forward to taking his measure since his situation came to light.
        Having done so my evaluation is he has a weasel pinched rat face (is that wrong of me?). Further, his attitude comes across as a mixture of smarmy and arrogance, smagance (again, wrong of me?). My fervent prayer is he gets what’s coming to him … and the sooner the better.

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        • Lady Sid says:

          My take on Strzok is that his deep-down Polish Catholic hatred of Orthodox Russia is the basis for the whole “Russia Collusion” nonsense. Several of the texts with Lisa Page showed his contempt for Russians as barbarians, with maybe some notable “authors”,! I am half-Russian (White!!) and grew up being very aware of this dynamic, similar to Irish suspicion/dislike of the English;-) Understandably so, with their (Polish) history caught between Germany and Russia on the wide open playing field of Europe, but when Trump opined during the 2016 campaign that he would undertake a “re-set” of relations between Russia and the US, that made Peter Strzok totally to lose it and to announce to Lisa that he would “stop it”! His loud and multiple claims of “patriotism” for his actions is an overwrought emotional “tell,” in my opinion. It’s not quite what you and I think of when we feel patriotic about OUR country. He’s revealing something else entirely. I’m not even getting into the need to follow the money with the Uranium One deal that ties his family to former Sec’y of State Clinton.

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      • TheWanderingStar says:

        Strzok was even more arrogant than I had imagined from reading his texts with Lisa. Total asswipe.

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        • WSB says:

          His voice doesn’t match his snark. Totally out of control.

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          • Carrie2 says:

            WeThePeople2016, I think you meant to say they only demonstrate their laws and order which happens to not be ours, so they are going to have a super hard lesson in getting it straight that our Constitutional laws reign and their phoniness doesn’t in the long run. and WSB he enjoyed expounding about his wonderfulness, straightforwardness, etc., etc. and doesn’t accept we read those emails and they definitely point to him and Lisa. We understand English, you stupid, and your English was clear. Now let’s get you to Huber’s grand jury and really interrogate you as you will be alone in their room and you won’t be dealing with Congress members but real Americans who know right from wrong and won’t accept half-azzed responses either.

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          • TheWanderingStar says:

            Listen to his voice and tell me he doesn’t sound like Keanu Reeves.

            Couldn’t get that out of my head.

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        • blind no longer says:

          Thank you TWS, yes he is and so much more. Somebody on the previous page was singing his praises and I got super pissed after that hearing…I don’t need to go there.

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  8. wheatietoo says:

    We need to bring back Dueling.

    Our system of Justice has been destroyed…by those who were getting paid to uphold it.

    Dueling. Bring it back.

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  9. NoJuan Importante says:

    Huber has to do it and who knows whether he is even trying or whether Jeff Sessions is even putting it any manpower into it. I mean, seriously, 3000 AUSAs to vet Kavanaugh? and nothing, not even a peep on Spygate? Disheartening. I hate to say that. I couldn’t watch more than a few minutes of the congressional hearings. It was like something from third grade.

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    • NoJuan Importante says:

      3000, 1000, whatever it is. Just seems ridiculous to put that kind of manpower into that vetting. and everything else gets swept under the rug.

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      • Mike says:

        I read RR asked each of the 93 USA’s to provide three. My math says that is 279.

        I believe that is 278 more than Sessions commissioned to “help” expedite the documents to congress.

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        • NoJuan Importante says:

          Yeah I got carried away, i guess it was thousands of documents or something but still, it seems a little over the top.

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          • G. Combs says:

            They want the confirmation hearing and vote before the November elections. I would think the order actually came from President Trump even if it was not actually verbalized.

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            • Mike says:

              No disrespect G. My opinion is no better than yours or anyone else.

              But have seen NOTHING to make me trust RR. It makes NO sense to me to have this many USAs gathering information that, as far as I can see, can only be used to attack Kavanaugh.

              The dems are looking for dirt. Why are the tax payers paying $150k per year USAs to look for it?

              And if this is ligit, why is Rosenstein ordering it? This has nothing to do with Russia, the Trump campaign, HRC, or Mueller. SO WHERE THE F*CK IS SESSIONS?

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              • WSB says:

                Greg Jarrett was on Fox tonight. He plainly stated this is HIGHLY unusual, has never been done before, and President Trump’s attorneys should get on top of this.

                There is nothing in the Constitution of which I am aware to warrent this type of activity.

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                • Patriot1783 says:

                  someone posted the other day that have to go thru his work and redact classified coz of his work with Ken Starr/Clinton and other high profile govt cases

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                • WSB says:

                  Great point! All are probably tainted!

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                • Greg Jarret’s job is to sell more Chevy & Geico by building the emotional state of viewers so ad messages stick better. (And do it with a nice hairdo.) But you (and he) are right that it’s highly unusual. Rosy asked each US Atty to give 3 names so someone could pick a team. Maybe 10, 50, or all 300 we don’t know. With Trump picking a nominee with a voluminous record, they need a lot of people for a fast review. Better to recruit from outside the Beltway.

                  The real question is: do they want a fast review to get ahead of any surprises, or do they want it fast to give ammo to the resistance? Hard tellin’ not knowin’, so it’s time for more popcorn.

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                • WSB says:

                  I thought the Peesident nominated, and the Senate gave advice and consent. That is all there is in the Constitution.

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                • Blade says:

                  WSB, it is wise to never trust derpaholic Jarrett. It is no surprise that he is part of the gaslighting here.

                  Schumer declared war on the Supreme Court nominee. The plan is to drag it out by demanding every document related to his substantial case history, which allows him to legitimately postpone confirmation hearings until they receive everything they asked for.

                  Hence, someone ( probably President Trump himself through his nominee sherpa ) asked DoJ to expedite the declassification of the documents which since they are moving from the executive branch to the legislative, requires redacting and declassification. Guess who does that? DoJ, that’s who.

                  This is like the 3rd or 4th gaslight story making the rounds here in the past 48 hours. This one has DoJ assisting the (D)ouchebags to torpedo Kavanaugh. Another one, since debunked says Sessions lied about Strzok’s revoked clearance. Sadly, even Sundance fell for that one.

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                • WSB says:

                  I may not be understanding any of this then, Blade.

                  What classified information is Schumer requesting? The Vince Foster investigation?

                  I only know the history of other nominees, so I am confused by this one.

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                • Blade says:

                  WSB, yes, you have it correct. Every thing he was a part of in the Executive Branch must be looked at, redacted, maybe declassified. He was on the Clinton v Starr independent prosecutor team. He was in the White House for Bush43, and a few other things I heard.

                  Rosenstein was obviously asked to help, probably by Trump. And he sure looks like he is helping by rushing this. He is in effect screwing Schumer by thwarting his little plan to tie Kavanaugh up in paperwork limbo.

                  Just for fun, if you Google “Rosenstein Kavanaugh” you will see a million pages where 99.999% of them are wildly incorrect FakeNews. I don’t think I have ever seen such a perfect example of the sad state of the Enemedia ( and that includes the so-called good guys ). This is a learning experience for those who are still capable of learning. Our side is now almost as bad as the Enemedia. They both jump to immediate conclusions, go to press without vetting their stories, all agendas all the time.

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                • WSB says:

                  So true. That Google search is worthless!!!

                  So, we wait for action!

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      • TheWanderingStar says:

        Actually, RR asked 92 offices to submit 3 names each to help out.

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      • Cathy M. says:

        Especially when the vetting is usually conducted before the nomination.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      NoJuan Importante, Rosenstein is a big problem and holdover from Obama era and is doing this He is hanging himself more and more every day. We need to let him know we ain’t paying out any more money for this garbage and shut down Mueller. Rosenstein is part of the problem but assuredly Trump is letting him hang himself deeper and deeper. Trump can stop this so let’s wait and see what transpires when he is back in the WH. So many now are outsmarting themselves and that means karma will get them faster than a bullet and down they go!

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Carrie,
        If Huber has the goods, Roseys purpose is to keep the big players caught, while believing they are not.
        Strozks act yesterday was consistent with that goal.
        He’s caught, and playing his role a certain way so in the end he has some mitigating factors to parlay at sentencing.

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  10. Odin2 says:

    I have a question why Trump just doesn’t declassify everything and direct the DOJ to turn over everything to Congress. It can’t be that the DOJ and the WH are concerned about jeopardizing the prosecution of American citizens trying to overturn the 2016 election by framing Trump for Russian collusion. If anyone is ever charged, there will never be a conviction unless you can exclude Democrats from the jury. Does any reasonable person believe after witnessing the circuses that these hearings have become that a Democrat would ever vote to convict? The heck with the investigation and disclose everything to the public.

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    • NoJuan Importante says:

      Amen. Convictions will be next to impossible to get. Just throw it out there and let the voters decide.

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      • Mike says:

        I hear you NoJuan, (great handle by the way, cracks me up every time I see it)

        But I don’t think even “Andy” McCabe’s mother would vote NOT to indict him.

        The fact that McCabe STILL has not been indicted tells me the current justice department is NOT going to indict ANYONE. THEY DON’T WANT TO GET TO THE TRUTH.

        Session in my opinion is not stupid, nor is he clueless, nor is he someone who could be bribed. I believe he has been compromised. Someone has something on him, or one of his family members which has rendered him impotent.

        You are correct, we MUST win the midterms, then dump Sessions, Wray, RR to start with.

        WE NEED A TASK FORCE MADE UP OF A FEW FORMER FBI, WHO KNOW HOW FBI WORKS, BUT WITH DISTINGUISHED STATE, COUNTY, CITY, AND MILITARY INVESTIGATORS, TO INVESTIGATE FBI/DOJ CORRUPTION.

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    • I think Trump is building the pot to a big finish (supermajority 2018), like the gifted showman he is. Maybe he prefers to let others drain the swamp while he focuses on MAGA. He goes high while his people exact his vengeance.

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      • farrier105 says:

        That is a fantasy, not a description of any reality that you can support with evidence. I hope you are right, but I’ll keep trying to get things done without considering it.

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  11. Heika says:

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  12. L4grasshopper says:

    Bingo. I do believe SD has connected most of the dots.

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  13. Whjoe says:

    If anybody wants to here some good stuff listen to Lt Col tony shaeffer on wmal today. It was on the Larry o Conner show. Lisa page was not his only fling at work and he said more is coming out very shortly. Real good listen and I am not a fan of Larry

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  14. All Too Much says:

    Ms. Ohr also developed a shortwave radio in the May 2016 time period

    “A month after Hillary Clinton hired Fusion GPS (April 2016) to sub-contract retired British MI6 agent Christopher Steele to write the opposition research report “the Trump Russia Dossier”, Fusion GPS employee Nellie Ohr applied for a HAM radio license (May 23rd 2016); a communication tool that would allow Nellie Ohr and Christopher Steele the ability to communicate outside the normal risk of communication intercepts.”

    I’d love to see Jordan, et. al, question her about that.

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  15. What a bunch of bs. Obvious that the Dems have a lot to hide..so obnoxious…how can anyone vote for these criminals.

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    • Jan says:

      During each Dimm’s testimony & personal summary of their views on everything but the truth, I could only hang in there because I knew a Republican would be up next and we’d get more info from or about Strzok. Otherwise, the Dimms were useless, especially when they attempted to rescue Strzok by interrupting when a Republican was zeroing in on a point. No wonder Congress gets nothing done. These hearings would get more out there if you just had 1 Republican & 1 Democrat questioning because the politicians waste a lot of time posturing and testifying.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        Jan, I still do not see why any of these commissions should even exist – waste of time and money and in the end they can’t prosecute and getting the matter to a prosecutor doesn’t seem to occur to them. Politicians are not known for being too smart but I think Jim Jordon, Nunes, and a few other actually are real Americans and want justice done. The rest, just the 2 parties in 1 caring only for themselves and money!

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  16. nimrodman says:

    All the gnashing and wailing about “protecting the agency” and “maintaining respect for the FBI”.

    Yeah, like they were held in such high regard before:

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me – Arrival of Special Agent Chester Desmond

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  18. Leucothea says:

    Posted another place:

    “Strozk is acting tough, and pounding the table
    – that’s a good sign, because:
    – Legal rule #4: “If all else fails, pound the table”

    Peter is backed into a corner, knows it and thinks he has the power to over power his accusers.

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  19. jmclever says:

    FBI Agent Strzok acting like he’s a contestant on some frivolous game show! UNBELIEVABLE!!

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Peter Strzok is a political operative masquerading as an FBI agent.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      ijmclever: Just as did Zuckerberg. Smirks, smiles, obfuscation, ignoring the question by answering something, etc. Unfortunately, they haven’t realized those acts don’t even work in movies any more and we know they are lying like a carpet on the floor and all the while thinking I’ve got them. Look how many times he looked own at a writing meaning that the questions on the whole he already had received by the democrats protecting him.

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    • He acted just like Comey, McCabe & Rosenstein. They’re all arrogant pricks. They all had that crazy smirk and psycho eye too.

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  20. wheatietoo says:

    I guess we have to just open up our prisons…and turn everyone loose who said:
    “I didn’t do it.”

    But there was evidence! Evidence that proved you are guilty!

    Criminal says: “You’re looking at it wrong. I didn’t do it.”

    Oh well then. We have to turn them loose.
    They said: ‘I didn’t do it.’

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    • nimrodman says:

      “I was …
      (check one)

      ___ robbing
      ___ r@ping
      ___ murdering
      ___ embezzling
      ___ waging jihad
      ___ other

      “… on behalf of the American People (TM)”

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  21. melski says:

    I am so, so tired of Republicans preening before the cameras for their own benefit, while doing nothing but requesting more money for fundraising. When will they do something? EVER? No charges against anybody yet? 1 ½ years later and we are still no further ahead. I and millions of other proud Americans are getting so fed up I am afraid for our country as to what might happen! Please can somebody get something done to bring people to Justice?

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    • limelite001 says:

      I think it has a lot to do with the system. The oversight committee process is just not robust and expedient enough to ensure justice or proper investigations can be conducted in a timely manner. They are slow-walked until people forget about the issue. As with Benghazi etc.

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      • Mike says:

        THE PROBLEM IS THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT IS CORRUPT. EVERY REFERRAL CONGRESS MAKES DIES WITH THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT.

        THEY CAN’T BE THAT INCOMPETENT, THEY HAVE TO BE CORRUPT.

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    • jmclever says:

      I have to disagree with you there melski. Citizen Journalists have put everything together based on what has happened with Congress, the IG report and things like the released Simpson testimony. For people watching closely or reading people like Sundance, we know the truth and the questioners in Congress know the truth. American patriots have been woke to the truth of the corruption in our government. Trump’s approval numbers reflect that.

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      • melski says:

        jmclever, I agree everybody, especially those following Sundance, know the truth. My point is that while we know the truth, when will something be done? 1 1/2 years on and what have we got? Nothing! Time to get beyond the talking and request for donations and hold some people responsible for their actions. Will anybody be indicted or are we waiting until President Trumps eight years are over then it is all put in a drawer never to be seen or heard about again. “Move along folks nothing to be seen here.”

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  22. Instructor says:

    Trump is our president and thank Almighty for that. Trump doesn’t have a Justice Department worth a tinkers dam and we all know it. What he does have is a group of smart lawyers that run the FBI and run Sessions and can also run circles around congress. Today proved that. Democrats are just better at using the law and policy than republicans . Can’t hide it, they are just plain better at out doing their republican counterparts. Republicans like rules, democrats tell you to go to hell. That’s why they win. And today they won biggly.

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    • nightmare on k st says:

      its not Democrats are “better”, its “knowing the rules, then to benefit their agenda, conspire to work around them to achieve their goals”, Republicans learn the rules and strive to stay within them, LESSENING their chance to achieve their objective

      get it Instructor?

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    • WSB says:

      To any voter watching today, they all looked like a bunch of perverted 11 year-olds.

      Liked by 2 people

      • boogywstew says:

        You are so correct and decent morally grounded folks see it that way. The Democrat show today was an 8th grade level melodrama. I could easily imagine Nikolas Cruz, Treyvon Martin, David Hogg and Michael Brown taking over for the showboating dims and them not missing a beat.

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  23. limelite001 says:

    IG Horowitz did NOT subpoena Lisa Page or Peter Strzok’s private email/mobile phones. He also did not look at the instant messages they sent to each other over their work computers. It is now VERY clear that Horowitz did a piss-poor job of investigating the bias at the FBI. There needs to be another investigation opened, not run by the IG. Or the IG needs to be replaced and the investigation re-done.

    Sorry to say Sundance, but your belief in Horowitz and Sessions as being white hats has been misplaced. They are both black hats who have done everything they can to cover up the corruption within the FBI and DoJ.

    Trump needs to act.

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  24. Donna in Oregon says:

    CTH already figured it out. A long time ago.

    We should be planning a big BBQ from the J. Edgar Hoover Building 935 Pennsylvania Ave all the way to the Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building 950 Pennsylvania Avenue in NW, Washington, DC.

    Big BBQ. Bring your Walmart smell with you….

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  25. jmclever says:

    I read the ENTIRE IG REPORT, and as I read it, I recalled nearly 90% of it having been in the news already. That is how prolific (and necessary for the constructed narrative) the leaks to the media have been. That has been their M.O. let contractors rummage through the NSA database, leak the info to the press, then us the press’ story as valid reason to investigate further. I wonder how many other people have received the same treatment? Maybe no one inside the White House leaked the content of calls from the President to foreign leaders. Maybe those data were scooped up by the NSA and then leaked to the press that way?

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    • CopperTop says:

      yep I did too and have same conclusion you have. Simpson testimony was also about things already in the press. Any redactions on text were areas Simpson refused to answer but are now clear if you go back over his testimony because the questioner set up the dates/times and people even if he refused to answer.

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  26. tylermckinleycompany@yahoo.com says:

    Here’s a question I’d like answered: now that we know strzok, Comey, mccabe and their gang at the fbi are/were dirty – doesn’t that make everything they ever worked on suspect?

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  27. Nothing will happen until Rosenstein and I am afraid Sessions are gone. We are merely opining otherwise for our self-satisfaction.

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  28. CopperTop says:

    Well when you poke around opposition twitter accounts you find out what they are afraid of. This is from a former GCHQ analyst

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  29. Cathy M. says:

    Does anyone know if Strozk was asked what he meant by the Insurance Policy?
    I’d really like to hear his answer to that. I need a good laugh.

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  30. mr.piddles says:

    I hate Hillary Clinton.

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  31. SPANGLER says:

    The FBI is SOOOOOOOO still actively trying to cover this up.

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  32. Concerned says:

    Their is no such thing, as Attorney-Client Privilege between a government employee and a government Attorney. So this hole thing was nothing but another sham.

    So every-time, Strozk claimed Attorney-Client Privilege, it was pure BS!

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    • Concerned says:

      Ask yourself, why Strozk was allowed to get by with this?

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      • nimrodman says:

        Was Strozk claiming Attorney-Client Privilege?

        I didn’t hear it. Maybe I missed it.

        What I heard was him claiming he couldn’t answer because FBI advised him not to.

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        • Concerned says:

          At the congressional hearing, Strozk was exchanging notes with the FBI Attorneys behind him, when questions came up about what information could be released. I don’t believe a Judge would buy any other view point, after watching the video.

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        • Concerned says:

          Reference this transcript. Seems clear to me.

          House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte threatened Strzok with criminal liability if he refused to answer a question from Rep. Trey Gowdy, as *****Strzok insisted that FBI lawyers counseled him not to answer any questions about ongoing investigations.******

          “Mr. Strzok, you are under subpoena and are required to answer the question,” Goodlatte asserted.

          Ranking Member Nadler interrupted Goodlatte with a point of order and defended Strzok from having to answer the committee’s questions, but Goodlatte shot back, “the point of order is not well taken.”

          “Mr. Strzok, you have not stated a valid legal basis for not responding to a question directed to you by the United States House of Representatives,” Goodlatte said. “Either comply with the committee’s directive or refuse to do so, the latter of which will place you at risk of a contempt citation and potential criminal liability.”

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          • nimrodman says:

            Not to be argumentative, but you’re making my point.

            Strzok claimed he would not answer because FBI attorneys advised him not to.
            He wasn’t declining to answer on the basis of some invoked “attorney-client privilege.”

            I believe that mainly governs what the attorney can or can’t say, no?

            Attorney can decline to answer on grounds that it would compromise the interests of the client or disclose something was confided between the two and is privileged communication.

            Roughly.

            Unless I misunderstand all the courtroom dramas I’ve watched for 50+ years.

            YMMV

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    • WSB says:

      Good one. And everyone in the room except for a few went with it. Jordan did not.

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  33. Concerned says:

    quickly referenced with the above note.

    On Hannity the big news tonight was not his mono-log. It was what was happening in the background when Senator Chuck Grassley passed by Peter Strozk just as the Congressional meeting ended.

    Peter Strozk demeanor was that of a friend passing by a known supporter (i.e., Chuck Grassley). Look at the video for yourself.

    When we combine this with an earlier video in which Grassley when on the record with Wray in support of the need for the FISA process. It’s clear, that Wray, Grassley and Strozk are black hats.

    I am getting the feeling again, that this was nothing but a stage show.

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  34. CopperTop says:

    “Lisa Page legal team” is credited with the polished headshot being used in Hanity and other press teasers.

    She looks lovely…almost like we have reason to like her. Like we are going to like what she has to say. Hannity is using this photo…when there is a perfectly good demon shot to use…

    “OH Billy billly billy billy” I whisper to my putter….

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  35. Concerned says:

    Three versions of the Trump-Russia dossier. It’s like mud, if we throw enough of it, maybe some of it will stick.

    http://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/396307-Did-FBI-get-bamboozled-by-multiple-versions-of-Trump-dossier%3F

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  36. After watching that smug arrogant prissy boy Strzok the Joke testify today, I realized who the winner of today was. Our VSGPDJT.

    If Strzok is your star witness, there is no way Trump can be convicted by the Senate. Not even if a video shows up with candidate Trump taking bags of money directly from Putin.

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  37. nimrodman says:

    Sundance, 2 questions if you have time.

    Your post concludes:
    “Why this is important, and why Grassley is reemphasizing it? Because the activity taking place prior to the opening of the official FBI investigation, July 31st, 2016, is currently the biggest risk to the constructed (false) story being pushed by the intelligence apparatus.

    Question 1 – When does that “prior” activity get revealed in wider media, in words the American people will understand?

    Simple words like this:

    “Dem / Hillary / Obama contractors were ALREADY spying on Trump before the Russia, Russia, Russia investigation began by querying NSA databases in spring 2016 and likely back in 2015 and possibly earlier.”

    Secondarily, how does that get revealed to folks like Congress, so that they can ask the relevant questions?

    Question 2 – Couple months back you were writing about a conflict between something that Steele was contending but FBI was contending different. I forget whether it was Grassley or Goodlatte who was firing off letters to FBI to pin them down on it, the implication was the FBI was lying.

    Has that issue been revealed yet?

    Such as in recent hearings or document deliveries?

    Thx.

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  38. CopperTop says:

    06-06 2017…That’s JUNE FOLKS

    Here’s the text message in June 2017 on FISA 702 and whether SCO should avoid searching against it to avoid litigation risk.

    “Just Td you up for 702 education of the team (Is it a problem litigation issue. Do we need to be searching against it)

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  39. MTK says:

    I have had about enough of this, “Follow the bread crumbs, connect the dots investigation of the HRC email server. To prove WHAT?

    As if some how unraveling FBI/DOJ ‘bias’ or its ‘politically motivated’ investigation to exonerate HRC will lead to the evidence that shows HRC broke numerous laws in running private email server that disseminated classified documents , lied about it out right, treated the FACTUAL implications of running a private email server had no National Security risks as a nothing burger, demonstrated willful disdain to common sense to the previous observation, and had minions both in the MSM and in government agencies willing to run interference to bury what is PATENTLY obvious to all.

    Please end the insanity. The maxim of “CUT THE HEAD OF THE SNAKE” has never been more true. Stop with the appearances of Justice…

    The end game of this “investigation of the FBI/DOJ” into their so called political bias has only one end game. Namely that, “HRC is a pathalogical lier”. This investigation is being conducted in a manner as if only if Oversight can prove that the FBI/DOJ actions where geared to a predefined outcome. Namely, to exonerate HRC to maintain her viability as a candidate, and won’t will face Justice.

    Get it, that is the only thing that plainly motivated the FBI/DOJ. That is their crime. Prosecuting those crimes are an end to a means.

    My rant is to indentify a simple truth, stop with the BS, and go right after problem. CHARGE, INDICT, PROSECUTE AND THEN SENTENCE HRC for gross negligence, then drill back down into the corruption of the FBI/DOJ.

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  40. Concerned says:

    House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte threatened Strzok with criminal liability if he refused to answer a question from Rep. Trey Gowdy, as ******Strzok insisted that FBI lawyers counseled him not to answer any questions about ongoing investigations.*******

    “Mr. Strzok, you are under subpoena and are required to answer the question,” Goodlatte asserted.

    Ranking Member Nadler interrupted Goodlatte with a point of order and defended Strzok from having to answer the committee’s questions, but Goodlatte shot back, “the point of order is not well taken.”

    “Mr. Strzok, you have not stated a valid legal basis for not responding to a question directed to you by the United States House of Representatives,” Goodlatte said. “Either comply with the committee’s directive or refuse to do so, the latter of which will place you at risk of a contempt citation and potential criminal liability.”

    http://dailycaller.com/2018/07/12/strozk-hearing-hijacked-democrats/

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    • Concerned says:

      Their is no such thing, as Attorney-Client Privilege between a government employee and a government Attorney. So this hole thing was nothing but another sham.

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  41. Concerned says:

    Nadler tried to appeal Goodlatte’s ruling that Strzok has to answer the committee’s questions, and eventually Democrats Sheila Jackson Lee and David Cicilline interrupted the hearing as well.

    ******“Mr. Chairman is it not appropriate to also interject the attorney client privilege which cannot be overridden?” Jackson Lee declared, citing the FBI counseling Strzok not to answer questions.******

    “The gentleman will suspend!” Goodlatte responded angrily.

    “Point of parliamentary inquiry!” Cicilline shouted out as Goodlatte finally tried to allow Gowdy to finish his questioning.

    The hearing continued in chaos as Democrats continued to ask for points of order and Goodlatte struggled to retain order.

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    • Concerned says:

      It is not legal for the FBI lawyers to counsel their client (i.e.,Strzok) to not answer questions. Attorney-Client Privilege between a government employee and a government Attorney. So this hole thing was nothing but another sham.

      So from my point of view Goodlatte should have held Strzok in contempt.

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  42. LibertyONE says:

    IF and when they put the screws to Bruce & Nellie Ohr, the house of cards WILL begin to fall…bet on it. That’s a big IF!

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  43. Crapweasel says:

    Does PS look like an older David Hogg, same dead eyes. Aliens?

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  44. None of these slimy weasels will talk until one person goes to jail. It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. The White Hat strategy should be to indict someone early for a serious crime, then make an example out of them. James Wolfe would be good. McCabe better. That’s what Mueller is doing with Manafort in Solitary.

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  45. RJones says:

    I get the concept of the “information laundering machine” and how that’s indicative of a criminal conspiracy and was, in fact, an illegal use of the FISA database. However, it seems to have been a spectacular fail in that it is claimed that all the information is dossier is (mostly) untrue. To me, it’s likely this machine was established for use against any Republican candidate that happened to win the primary…which makes it all the more nefarious. It is exceedingly off that none of the other republican candidates who would have been chewed up by this machine seem to be upset about it. Enough is now publicly known that all of them, even ol George Bush, ought to be out there condemning Obama and Hillary. Instead they are condemning Trump for the babies on the border and in a Europe. What the heck is going on?

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    • Cankles Clinton says:

      GW Bush is buddies with the Clintons and Obamas. Have you never seen the pics of Georgie resting his head on Michelle’s shoulder?

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  46. David Reznor says:

    SUNDANCE: “Everything after October 21st, 2016, when the FBI has ‘Title 1’ surveillance authority over Carter Page and the Trump Campaign, is part of the ‘insurance policy’. The Title 1 surveillance authority gave the ‘small group’ the tools needed to execute #4, which included the 2017 ‘Russian Narrative’ and the appointment of SC Robert Mueller.”

    Ashton Gray has posited, and I agree with him on this point, that any and all means and action of data collection (or manufacturing), i.e. the FISA authority and the “dossier,” was at all relevant times merely preparation for the “insurance policy,” and the “insurance policy,” at all relevant times, was pre-planned to be Robert Mueller appointed as special counsel. See:

    “Meet the Strzok-Page ‘Insurance Policy’”
    http://www.chaletbooks.com/chaletreports/?p=1184

    This is not “distinction without a difference.” Very far from it. If Gray’s construct is correct, then at all relevant times Mueller was a silent witting coconspirator in any and all illegal activities leading to his appointment.

    Seeing Strzok’s cringeworthy performance in yesterday’s hearings only lent credence to Gray’s analysis—and also lent greater significance to this related article, submitted by your humble poster:

    “EXCLUSIVE: Mueller Mouthpiece Muzzled—Refuses to Answer When Lisa Page Returned to FBI from Mueller Team”
    http://www.chaletbooks.com/chaletreports/?p=1157

    David Reznor

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    • Concerned says:

      Refuses to Answer When Lisa Page Returned to FBI from Mueller Team. Please let me know if you come across an answer?

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  47. JenniferVerner says:

    I think it is obvious that Strzok reads this blog. He must have a whole lot of time in his hands and wants to see if any friendly leakers are sending the truth to Sun Dance. Note how quickly he handed off the hot potato and said Ohr didn’t give him anything? How he said he’d love to talk? Well here’s you chance Strzok. We’re listening. You POS

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  48. Concerned says:

    Goodlatte Says FBI’s Peter Strzok Will Be Recalled For Contempt

    After a contentious exchange between Democrats and Republicans during a House Judiciary and Oversight Committee hearing on Capitol Hill Thursday, *****Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte informed FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok he will be recalled later today and voted in contempt.*****

    https://www.tapwires.com/2018/07/13/goodlatte-says-fbis-peter-strzok-will-be-recalled-for-contempt

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