Sunday Talks: John Ratcliffe Discusses Strzok and Page Testimony…

Representative John Ratcliffe appears on Sunday Morning with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the Thursday testimony of FBI Agent Peter Strzok and the Friday testimony of DOJ/FBI Attorney Lisa Page (she is also returning Monday).

Interestingly, Rep Ratcliffe notes that he and Trey Gowdy questioned Lisa Page for two of the five hours during her Friday deposition.

“Have the lambs stopped screaming, Clarice?”

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199 Responses to Sunday Talks: John Ratcliffe Discusses Strzok and Page Testimony…

  1. fleporeblog says:

    While the news is continuing to pond Muh Russia today, our President and his administration are getting real results that no one ever thought was possible!

    We are WINNING folks! Absolutely enjoy every minute of it.

    Liked by 41 people

  2. WSB says:

    Representative Ratcliffe completely destroys Mueller’s and Rosenstein’s actions by the fact that a news conference was held to announce indictments rather than remain silent, lure the suspects, make arrests and then unseal the indictments.

    Additionally, that DOJ staff prosecutors would be the correct venue, and that these 12 would not have been under Mueller’s scope is embarrassing.

    Can the Russian 12 counter sue for abject stupidity?

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    • vexedmi says:

      The 12 will suffer the same fate as the former 26 Russian nationals and 3 Russian coumpanies. Not A Thing.

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      • Cathy M. says:

        I’m guessing that Russia will hire another attorney to represent 1 or 2 of those Russian defendants, appear in U.S. court to enter not guilty pleas for 1 or 2 of those Russians & immediately ask for Discovery. Just like the 1st batch of Russians did.
        A great way to poke Mueller in his eye again.

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        • beach lover says:

          One can hope! Force them to tell us where the servers are and who besides Crowdstrike looked at them.

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          • Cathy M. says:

            Although I would also like to know the whereabouts of the servers-
            They would likely be too tainted to use as evidence in any prosecution. Who knows what CrowdStrike added or removed info on those servers.

            Mueller knows this. That & the fact that he handed this last bunch of Russian defendants case over to DOJ to prosecute. He apparently, for once in his life, learned from his mistakes, i.e. the 1st batch of Russian defendants whose atty showed up in court blind siding Mueller.

            With friends like Mueller, who needs enemies?

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          • Guyski says:

            How much do you thinks those servers are worth to somebody? Millions?

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            • millwright says:

              Its my fondest hope someone, somewhere privately hacked that server and copied it ! While worthless as evidence in court it would be a hydrogen bomb dropped in the court of public opinion.

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        • 4sure says:

          The charged has to appear in court. Not one of these ghosts are going to appear. The ghosts have no skin in the game of treason against the USA.

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          • Cathy M. says:

            My bad. It’s only an organization defendant or a indictment on a misdemeanor charge that a defendant need not appear for initial appearance.

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      • Jedi9 says:

        Same BS, different day!

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    • jstanley01 says:

      That is the main takeaway for sure — and the main giveaway about what the SC is really up to. Here’s the exact quote, and the video starting at its time mark…

      “But as a former U.S. Attorney, and as a former terrorism prosecutor and national security lawyer, I’ve gotta tell you Maria, it’s a reallly curious way about going about an investigation if you’re serious. Typically, when you’ve got defendents in foreign jurisdicions, you don’t hold a public press conference and announce it if you have any intention of ever of prosecuting them. The indictments should have remained sealed until you could lure those defendents to a jurisdiction from which they could be extradited, arrested, and then unseal the indictments. So it really seems like, from my perspective, this is more about the Special Counsel trying to justify the work that they’re doing, and their existence, rather than trying really seriously prosecute folks that were trying to meddle in our election.”

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    • Firefly says:

      Couple Ratclif interview with Devin Nunes interview. Nunes points out this was in the House report. There was no need for Mueller and Rosenstein to cut and spate this under the Special Counsel and then turn it over to NSD. It also was all done under Obama and they did nothing. The NSD will probably continue to do nothing – this was used by the SC to justify their investigation and divert attention. Hope this backfired on the SC as people see thru this.

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    • Rex70 says:

      Along with Rep. Jim Jordan, Rep. John Ratcliffe—who has always seemed to have his sh*t together, must have been a kick-ass U.S. Attorney before jumping into The Swamp—is my new, favorite Congressman. His six minutes of the Strozk Congressional questioning last Thursday were, by far, the best of the day…not only because he manages to (temporarily) remove the smirk from Strozk’s mug and to cause the trollish DOJ lawyer seated behind Strozk to blink hard, but because Rep. Ratcliffe presents to the world exactly what must be presented about Strozk, the *lead agent* on the three major investigations of DJT: Strozk’s 50,000+ instances of anti-DJT bias cast MUCH more than a shadow of a doubt over everything of which Strozk was a part in each of those three investigations of DJT—not the least of said investigations being the current, ongoing Special Council Mueller witch hunt which *began* based on Strozk’s “investigative findings.” Well done, Mr. Ratcliffe…brilliant. Proud to have you on our, The American people’s, side.

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  3. vexedmi says:

    I’m still of the impression that Muller and his recent indictments and R.R. saying no Americans committed collusion are trying to make their getaway from the noose.

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  4. ALEX says:

    After ten plus years of ignoring the Sunday shows Maria( I only watch her) has brought me back the last few years and Rep. Ratcliffe is one of the best interviews around.
    Some thoughts:

    Lisa Page went to the Inspector General with texts to prove that she leaked to WSJ under direction from McCabe.
    Then the IG found the strzok texts after page gave access to the device.
    Page was a woman scorned re: the McCabe investigation, and probably didn’t consider the implications of bringing those texts to the IG, after all why , would the IG ever simply be satisfied with the texts that she provided?

    Of cours he would go after the device, and she likely did not consider this at the time.

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  5. Does anyone here think that the Rosenstein announcement was made when it was to give President Trump leverage walking into his meeting with Putin? Bare the cards before Putin knows what hit him and not give Putin time to prep response or propaganda? That sounds more likely – after all RR informed Trump before scheduling a presser (and they usually wouldn’t do a presser …).

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    • DanO64 says:

      Lots do.

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    • Betty says:

      No.

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    • CaptainNonno says:

      But there’s no evidence. Seems like this is a dance for local consumption. Putin could care less.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Ned Zeppelin II says:

      What leverage does this give DJT? ssems like a stretch, and if true, kind of 5th grade. Not something I’d expect from our VSG.

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      • Russia runs on oil/gas economy alone. Prior to this, we did not have clear proof of the Russia election tampering. Now that Trump has it and it is documented, he can demand sanctions. When he meets with Putin, Putin can’t say “there is no proof”. Besides, why would Rosenstein brief him before the presser if he was doing it to embarass him? Trump could have said it was classified until he gets back from Finland if he wanted to – he could have said it was in National Security interest not release the info. He didn’t. Not fifth grade either…

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        • Jedi9 says:

          I still am not convinced there was ever hacking into our elections at all, period! I think the entire narrative was made up by the deep state in order to create a diversion to cover for other nefarious illegal activity that was going on! Democrats on the other hand may have tried to use Russian sources but when they were rebuffed or were conned out of money, they then turned the narrative against Russia! Just my perspective, whether its true or false, I am thinking the truth is somewhere in-between.

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          • mopar2016 says:

            If I’m Putin and I know that the dems are selling Uranium, why would I want the other guy to win?

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            • Leane Kamari says:

              Spot on, that’s what I always thought. Besides, Lavrov said long ago on German TV why should we go with Trump? He is acting erratically i.e. is hard to predict what his actions could be but we know Hillary for ages and she is predictable/reliable.

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          • George says:

            Assange Has said Russians were not the source. Whatever may be said about him Assange has not been shown to lie.

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        • Stickboy says:

          What and where is the clear proof of Russian interference?
          There is none.

          Any “proof” has been provided by intelligence agencies who have a very vested interest in fingers being pointed at Russia. These same intel agencies themselves possess the ability to hack into servers and leave Russian footprints.

          Nothing from the IC can be trusted, they are involved in the coup against Trump and the American people.

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          • WSB says:

            No, but either way PT would be in the driver seat. If it IS true, leverage with Putin.

            If it is not true, and the close-knit circle between Putin and Trump can start to unravel this idiot scam, PT strengthens his leverage against the Swamp.

            The Swamp /Congressional vermin all look like Deer in Headlights about the two of them meeting alone.

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    • beach lover says:

      Im sure he is hoping many will take it as that, but after hearing that he didn’t mention that Republicans were hacked just like Dems, tells me who he is trying to help here. And that none of this can be proven, no one can be indicted and he could have made this announcement the first of the week instead of the day after the Strzok fiasco.

      I don’t trust him to do anything in Trumps favor, but time will tell. In fact, can anyone point to anything that has come out from any of the investigations Mueller is doing that has helped Trump?

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      • All of your arguments support the position that he did it to give Trump leverage.

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        • Tseg says:

          RR clearly made the point no Americans were involved. Clearly made the point it happened in 2016 (before Trump was President) and then reminded all that all are innocent until proven guilty. Long term this is all good for Trump. I think coming to a Pro or anti Trump conclusion about RR motive is really bias driven at this point.

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          • Jedi9 says:

            Yeah I am not buying it! His actions to indict 12 Russians and his presser was clearly to cover up the FISA abuse. There is no other explanation, as well as having a continuing investigation with Mueller sniffing around, is basically a mechanism to keep Trump and his people in check and on guard at all times. That is all. However it is also my belief that RR will be held in Contempt and eventually forced to resign. That is my sense at this point, and all of it will probably happen right after the Mid-terms and as new members are being sworn in in 2019!

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    • treehugger says:

      with rr recently in canada – five eyes country – i hope he wasn’t clearing stuff out

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    • 4sure says:

      “Does anyone here think that the Rosenstein announcement was made when it was to give President Trump leverage walking into his meeting with Putin? ”

      ONLY if you believe in Santa Claus, the tooth fairy and the easter bunny.

      Trump has already demeaned by tweeting the indictment of the 12 ghosts. Don’t you think Putin has seen the tweet and knows Trump knows it is all BS.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Info that’s been known for year and a half. Announcement that’s SOOOO stupid/lame that even Mueeler has to pass it off?

      Putin’s laughing about it, and shaking his head.
      And when their together, they’ll both be laughing and shaking their heads, at a boneheaded move.
      Like 2 chess masters, watching a game, and seeing one player unnecessarily sacrifice his queen.

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  6. Comrade Mope says:

    It occurred to me that the hiding of the evidence behind “National Security” is a double-edged sword. While it keeps the evidence buried, the Deep State will then have to support Trump’s re-election to keep it buried. If Trump loses re-election, the risk becomes Trump might authorize the disclosure of this classified material in the weeks following his election loss. Either way, this cannot end well for the conspirators. A case now with Strzok is tainted. Playing for time forces the investigation to hope for Trump’s re-election so they can keep the investigation going, thus keeping the whole thing buried for another four years.
    Mueller has about until Labor Day to wrap this up or it gets pushed beyond the mid-term election. Once it gets past the midterm then it gets played for time until after the 2020 election.

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    • mimbler says:

      I don’t think that would concern them. They could simply stall till he’s out of office like they stall lawful requests from Congress.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Comrade Mope says:

        I don’t think you’re following me here. If Trump is not re-elected, there will be about 10 weeks for him to declassify everything they are hiding behind. Once declassified, they would have to tell Congress or Trump would tell Congress. Their cover would be blown. It all comes out.
        It becomes a matter of not hindering Trump’s re-election to be able to kick the can down the road some more or watching him declassify. A tough spot for them to be in.

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        • mimbler says:

          What I was getting at, is he can declassify it, and they can take longer than 10 weeks to “retrieve the documents and furnish them to him”.
          They have stalled congress for up to a year on furnishing documents. I don’t think Trump declassifying them would necessarily make them produce them in a timely manner.
          But who knows,

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          • 4sure says:

            The docs. would never be released. What the hell is a lame duck Pres. going to do? The thing to do is take back control of the DOJ where all the treason took place. And you do that ASAP by firing every AG from Sessions down all across the country and also Wray. Appoint SC AG Alan Wilson and Sheriff David Clark as FBI director. Order them to start indicting the treasonous blastards.

            No need to make the simple complex. Or try to be half smart by 2.

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          • Comrade Mope says:

            A lame duck could declassify and release on his own. That is the problem they have.He could do it now, but why? The Deep State will need for him to be re-elected to keep the evidence hidden. If Trump stays “hands-off”.

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            • 4sure says:

              How is he going to physically get the docs? Who is going to read them all to see what is classified or has to be redacted.

              No docs. are going to be released in the final 10 weeks. A effffffing IG report couldn’t even be released in 10 weeks.

              Does anyone here really read SD or do people just skip the damn “lessons”
              and jump straight to jacking their jaws in the comments?

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              • WSB says:

                President Trump has a parallel construction as we have learned in Saudia Arabia, not to mention a loyal few in the US. There are many ways for President Trump to retrieve all he needs.

                He has it now.

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          • George says:

            Maybe. But they would not be able to hide behind “the attorneys must review in detail”. there would be nothing to review, or very little to review.

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        • rmnewt says:

          Liars are always in a tough spot.

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    • Concerned says:

      Are you sure that a deal, has not already been cut? Look at the promotions given to the CIA. The CIA is on record (i.e., FOIA emails) directing the actions of the MSM. Keep in mind that Hillary Clinton is also working with the MSM.

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    • Peter Rabbit says:

      Do not understand why you believe that early September is latest that Mueller can strike. This seems too early. Am thinking late October if they are still open for business.

      It is significant that prosecution of the Ruskies is turned over to DOJ. Seems to be admission they have no real case and maybe, just maybe, will close up SC soon. PR

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      • Comrade Mope says:

        Between Labor Day and the election the DoJ would not want to seem to be trying to influence an election. That might not stop them but it could backfire spectacularly.

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        • 4sure says:

          “the DoJ would not want to seem to be trying to influence an election.”

          Are you effffing serious? This whole discussion and “matter” is all about the DOJ trying to influence an election.

          Geeeesh.

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        • Leane Kamari says:

          Ha, ha, ha they specifically had been and will be trying to interfere with the election, wouldn’t they? I wouldn’t trust Mueller/ DOJ and RR to handle it fair, their past actions stand rather for the opposite i.e. bias and unfairness, at least in my opinion.

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    • I won't back down says:

      ^^^^^^^^^
      THIS

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  7. rmnewt says:

    Why couldn’t any convict who was a subject of a Strzok investigation appeal due to the investigators derangement/bias?

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  8. Lactantius says:

    The blatant posturing and bilge water Rosenstein exposed us to in his televised piety rant concerning the 12 “named” Russian dirty birdies must not be overlooked. His strutting show was the sum total of his message. Nothing more.

    That’s what they have. Nothing. Chevy on the levee and the levee is dry and and Rosenstein thinks he’s selling American pie by indicting 12 “named” Russkies who don’t give a damn about his piety pie. Rod needs a vacation.

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    • beach lover says:

      permanent one.

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    • George says:

      The bad thing is Putin has ways he could retaliate. If the Russians truly had nothing to do with any of this I can see Putin biding his time and then doing something shocking. RR and Mueller may have endangered some of our fellow citizens.

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      • Stickboy says:

        Putin is many things, but I seriously doubt that stupid is one of them. And, his intelligence community is every bit as good as U.S. intelligence, maybe better. He knows very well who is playing games in the U.S. and whether or not he can place some trust in Trump. I think the only citizens who become endangered are the ones who deserve to.

        Putin is also well aware that he’s not dealing with a wimpy POTUS, as was the case with Obama.

        If it’s to Putin’s and Russia’s benefit, then Trump will come away with some very valuable information. In any case, the summit is already a roaring success, simply for the fact that Trump was able to pull it off.

        And, heads will explode in a most magnificent way.

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  9. Peoria Jones says:

    On the 13th day of testimony, the deep state gave to me…

    Thirteen angry democrats
    Twelve Russians hacking
    Eleven lib heads ‘sploding
    Ten lawyers lying
    Nine Congressmen grandstanding
    Eight networks failing
    Seven Saudis smiling
    Six agents braying

    Five g o l d e n s h o w e r s

    Four Commie turds
    Three bent hens
    Two Trumps we love
    And a branch on the CTH tree 🙂

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  10. RAC says:

    So another reason for sealed indictments is for people who are abroad, not seen that mentioned before when people have been discussing all the thousands of them, a few of them could be for that purpose then.

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  11. NoJuan Importante says:

    That man makes some really good points.

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  12. NoJuan Importante says:

    So I wonder why Strozk is still working with FBI but Page seems to have been forced out.

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  14. Echo says:

    I’m not interested in what poseur Congressional Oversight Committees “find” any more. They are useless.
    All the evidence needed to prosecute the elite / ex elite at DoJ / FBI exists right now. Nothing more required. That’s where we are, in need of a new DoJ or nothing will happen or change.

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  15. Patriot1783 says:

    Were any Dems in the closed hearing or do they just show for the open public spectacle.

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  16. Lindy says:

    Wondering if Rosenstein’s announcement of Indictments will be used as a trap by Democrats, to claim that Donald interfered during his meeting with Putin, and obstructed justice(still in future yet). Not true, but the crazies will try any lie.

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  17. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    Most embarrassed by Peter Strzok’s girlish effeminated antics on national TV:
    R̶̷o̶̷d̶̷R̶̷o̶̷s̶̷e̶̷n̶̷s̶̷t̶̷e̶̷i̶̷n̶̷
    L̶̷i̶̷s̶̷a̶̷P̶̷a̶̷g̶̷e̶̷
    R̶̷o̶̷b̶̷e̶̷r̶̷t̶̷M̶̷u̶̷e̶̷l̶̷l̶̷e̶̷r̶̷
    Mr. Lisa Page✅

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  18. All American Snowflake says:

    Russia fought on our side during the fight against Hitler’s Nazi Germany. Germany was our enemy then and Germany’s Merkle is our enemy now.

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  19. nobaddog says:

    From what Strzok says Mueller likes him. Most all law enforcement support Trump but in the DC swamp they hate him. They hate him so much its driving them crazy!!
    I cant believe this guy and his co-conspirators still have jobs. I would want him gone. Hes a liability and has the same mental capacity as most liberal democrats.

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  20. JPinBalt says:

    A few things interesting in the last round of Mueller Grand Jury indictments:
    https://www.justice.gov/file/1080281/download
    1.) p.. 2 “Defendants VIKTOR BORISOVICH NETYKSHO, BORIS ALEKSEYEVICH
    ANTONOV, DMITRIY SERGEYEVICH BADIN, IVAN SERGEYEVICH YERMAKOV,
    ALEKSEY VIKTOROVICH LUKASHEV, SERGEY ALEKSANDROVICH MORGACHEV,
    NIKOLAY YURYEVICH KOZACHEK, PAVEL VYACHESLAVOVICH YERSHOV, ARTEM
    ANDREYEVICH MALYSHEV, ALEKSANDR VLADIMIROVICH OSADCHUK, and
    ALEKSEY ALEKSANDROVICH POTEMKIN were GRU officers who knowingly and
    intentionally conspired with each other, and with persons known and unknown to the Grand Jury
    (collectively the “Conspirators”), to gain unauthorized access (to “hack”) into the computers of
    U.S. persons and entities involved in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, steal documents from
    those computers, and stage releases of the stolen documents to interfere with the 2016 U.S.
    presidential election.”
    Note: ” ,,,with persons known and unknown to the Grand Jury (collectively the “Conspirators”)”
    So, if any random non-Russian gov actually hacked Podesta and/or DNC, say a 14 year old kid in Pittsburgh, then somehow the people working at the Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg got hold and disseminated, then the whole document where the word “Conspirators” was used could refer to a non-state actor, anyone on planet, doing the main hacking. Saying “XXX and his co-conspirators” is not specific enough.

    2.) Also, constant reference to Russian state military intelligence “GRU” and the people at the Internet Research Agency (IRA) as GRU officers. Note “were” used many times for each individual in the indictments. It does not say they were GPU officers at the time working at IRA. Russia still has conscription, thus almost every male by age 27 has served one year in the military. So almost any male at IRA can be connected to Russian military whether or not was in GPU when incidents occurred. “Currently then an officer in GRU” would be whole other set of language than pp. 3-5 “was an officer in the Russian military.”

    3.) Nothing in news about people named in Mueller’s Indictment list. Who are they? Young kids? How old? IRA, a private internet propaganda mill, hires lots of young kids and does not pay much sitting around at a computer for posting things at blogs, social media, etc. Would not news services across planet want to interview any of them to get a statement? Get a denial or no comment. So far it is like these people do not exist, and I did try foreign news services. I will give it a few more days, but it is normal to have these people on list accosted by news media outside house, or someone to do some homework and find out who they are and publish, happens in hours in US.

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    • Jim Ryan says:

      The whole press conference and orchestrated side show seems overdone at best. They shuffled it off to DOJ to let it die quietly, and if some lawyer shows up to fight it for a few of the Russians, it won’t be his headache. The SC either may have a new angle, or they may be about to fold their hand and cash in their chips.

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    • pmdea says:

      Putin’s having a hard time getting the 12 of them and the mobility aids into ambulances, they don’t want to leave their local nursing home ….for a trip to America…

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  21. 4gypsybreeze says:

    Maria gives THE best interviews! Found out more in this interview than from any other that I have seen all week!

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  22. Fools Gold says:

    Can’t wait to get the great news out of Russia tomorrow by the greatest president of my life! And Putin might shock everyone, but might not. One thing is for sure, Putin will realize quickly Trump ain’t like the others when it comes to American interest!

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  23. Instructor says:

    1,000 arrested border adults with children were not the parents, based on DNA they are slave sex traders. They are singing, giving up names, dates, times, and places including members of Congress. This looks really bad.

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  24. Instructor says:

    Why hasn’t CTH reported this.
    Because it’s not Lisa, Peter or NATO. Just sex slave trade. Nothing to see here.who is the party of slavery, oh that’s right its the Democratic Party.

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  25. Scarlet says:

    Page is a liar.
    Page is an adulteress.
    Page is a cheat.
    Page is a prog liberal.
    Page doesn’t take oaths seriously
    Page is self absorbed.
    Page hates Trump.
    Page is hysterical.
    Page is immature.
    Page has bad judgement.
    Page SLEPT WITH STROZCK . ( GROSS )
    Page cannot be trusted.
    Page is not going to destroy her unit.
    Page is manipulative
    Page has no respect for rules ( like subpoenas )
    Page is not our hero.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Any woman who had the poor taste to give PS the time of day is an idiot and maybe a perv. I suspect PS of being a perv.

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    • Shirley Goodwin says:

      Your points are excellent. And, if people think about it they’ll realize that when you say she’s an adulteress that term automatically includes the following in your list:
      liar
      cheat
      doesn’t take oaths seriously
      self-absorbed
      has bad judgement
      slept with Strozck
      cannot be trusted
      is manipulative

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  26. MTK says:

    Extended and redacted lines from the Silence of the Lambs.

    “Have the lambs stopped screaming, Clarice?”

    Don’t know?, Have you run out of Chianti, yet?

    Here, have some more fava beans, there is more Chianti than you could possible drink in the celler.

    Yes, more Chianti and I don’t care how they scream, just keep’em sizzling and coming. You can keep the fava beans, gluten ya know.

    My dear Clarice, you’re mistaken, fava beans are gluten free.

    According to who, “Silent Lambs.”

    Clarice, you’re a girl of my dreams.

    Well, Doctor Lector… my career is invested in the proposition, “You won’t run out of Chianti.”

    You, Clarice, have come a long way from West Virginia.

    Yes Doctor Lector…, “All the way to the F..B..I”

    More favs beans, Clarice.

    Don’t mind if I do.

    That’s a good girl.

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  27. CNN_sucks says:

    My hunch Page was in damage control when she asked Storzk to stop texting her. She was already in surveillance. They were caught texting, conniving and conspiring against PDJT during the early inception of SC.

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  28. agentcommonsense says:

    Part of a interview the CIA whistleblower

    Shipp says, “The most bizarre thing is the people who protected her from clear felonious activity and violations of the Espionage Act. James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, was protecting her and leaking things to the media and lying. You had John Brennan, Director of the CIA, protecting her by starting a false investigation (on Trump) and stirring things up with this (false/unverified) dossier. You had James Comey, Director of the FBI, protecting her. . . . Then, you’ve got Peter Strzok protecting her, and now it appears the United Kingdom GCHQ was using NSA information to target Donald Trump and protect Hillary Clinton. You have to ask yourself what kind of power or connections does this woman have to get all of these members of the Deep State, Shadow Government to risk their own criminal penalties to protect her and try to get her elected? That is the Shadow Government. That is the Deep State. That is what is so chilling about this whole thing. . . . This is deep. This is dark. This is as dark as it gets, and this is the biggest espionage case involving government officials in the history of this country.”
    Shipp also points out that, this time, it will not be business as usual for the “Deep State and Shadow Government.”

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  29. Tl Howard says:

    Jerry Moran, R, of Kansas? What a tool. I suppose he’s GOPe? He acts as if he actually believes the damn Muellar report of those Russian names.

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  30. LibertyONE says:

    Strozk in that picture IS DEMONIC, right up there with Hitlery & Obungo.

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  31. Although this testimony was fairly damning, their goal was achieved, nothing prosecutable came out, much less even a clear call to remove his FBI security clearance.

    Interesting note–in months past the FBI implied that his security clearance had been pulled. But during this testimony Strzok confirmed that he still had his prior security clearance (there are many level of clearance for accessing secret and top secret clearances and Specially Compartmentalized Information, and he has a high level one).

    The security clearance claim was from Jeff Sessions who has been sketchy in my book, but Sessions is now confirmed as needing to be removed and replaced. No charges are coming against any of the Clinton Obama deep state actors, and until that happens, our constitutional republic is at grave risk.

    It should also be noted the claims that Strzok had been “escorted out of the building”, more Kabuki theater, the narrative being that this threat has been mitigated and he is being punished. Hilariously, as the FBI needs to be gutted of corruption, Strzok is now in charge of HR for the FBI with a full security clearance to boot. He is such a valuable asset, the deep state risks much to keep him around.

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    • wolfrom1 says:

      My understanding is that both strzok and page lost their clearance. It was temporarily reinstated So they could access files to refresh their memories for the hearings.

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  32. doohmax says:

    I, along with many who post here, am very tired of being patient. My hope is that Trump is holding off until October, at which point he will drop a MOAB of documented criminal evidence against Brennan, Clapper, Clinton, Obama, Comey et.al. My confidence level is wavering on this, but I have to believe that the ultimate survivor, Donald Trump, will pull this off.

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  33. signer1 says:

    Squirrel! False outrage from the “unbiased” FBI! These 13 names have stayed in a locked drawer until the moment arrived, for over a year, when they could be used to impede any enlightenment on the real crime of HRC Sling(!) her approval of US Uranium. Undermining Trump is their goal.

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  34. signer1 says:

    Squirrel! False outrage from the “unbiased” FBI! These 13 names have stayed in a locked drawer until the moment arrived, for over a year, when they could be used to impede any enlightenment on the real crime of HRC Sling(!) her approval of US Uranium. Undermining Trump is their goal.

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  35. Another Inspector General Report may have been unnoticed.

    James Comey, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page “used their personal email accounts to conduct FBI business”, said Michael Horowitz, Inspector General (IG) of the FBI. The IG’s 25-page report released to Congress, is linked.

    https://brassballs.blog/home/peter-strzok-lisa-page-james-comey-used-their-personal-email-accounts-to-conduct-fbi-business-says-mondays-internal-affairs-report

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  36. jello333 says:

    “Have the lambs stopped screaming, Clarice?”

    You know, as much as I just want to shake my head and laugh at this idiot, I can’t, it’s deeper than that. I actually think your little caption is right on. This guy is SCARY. I mean serial killer scary. And can you imagine… at one time he was authorized to interview, INTERROGATE suspects and witnesses. I’m serious here: They need to go back through each and every case he’s ever handled, to make sure any “confessions” were legit. I suspect they’d find a LOT that were anything but.

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