Debrief on Trump-Putin Presser – There are High Crimes to Be Hidden, and Trillions Still at Stake…

Last Friday, in a carefully timed construct, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein delivered a purely political statement to the media under the auspices of indictments against 13 Russians. Make no mistake, the entire construct of Mueller’s team project; and the enabling of Rod Rosenstein; was intended to do what it has been doing for over a year, diminish, disrupt and eventually stop President Trump.

President Trump remains an existential threat to the business interests within the apparatus of professional politics. Additionally, candidate Trump defeated the professional political class despite the stunningly Machiavellian surveillance schemes of the deep administrative state which supports the corrupt enterprise within it.

The Friday objective of team Mueller/Rosenstein, which includes hundreds of career left-wing DC bureaucrats/officials behind them, was to paint President Trump into a corner ahead of his meeting with Russian President Putin. The media wing of the intransigent state would then use the ridiculous indictment to frame the preferred narrative and remain on offense against President Trump.

Here is where we watch the echo-chamber media wash, rinse and repeat the same ‘Gruberism‘ mistake. The architects of the administrative state are counting on being able to manipulate the “stupidity of the American voter“, again.  What everyone forgets about that time in 2010, is that 70% of the American voters knew exactly what the Gruber schemes were.  Hence in November of 2010 the largest political reversal of elected DC officials took place.  The usurpers were “shellacked“. Bigly.

Things are never as they appear projected by the echo-chamber media apparatus.

With that in mind, just like November 2010, the November 2016 election proved the U.S. electorate are very much awake and aware of what has been transpiring within the administrative state for several years. Again, bigly.  Americans are born with liberty in their DNA, a conscious orientation to reality, and a very healthy skepticism toward big, institutional and corrupt government.

Despite our militant cynicism we are continually underestimated and it becomes rather silly to watch Toto Trump pull back the curtain as those like Mueller and Rosenstein shout even louder into their microphone.  The majority of Americans, far more than the professional political class will accept, clearly see the constructs of fraud and deceit as they transpire.  Despite the best efforts of the institutional state, and their media narrative engineers, the majority position is growing, not shrinking.

The underlying premise behind the current voices gasping at the Trump-Putin press conference, is the Mueller/Rosenstein anti-Trump/pro-administrative state narrative du-jour.  There is no Wizard of Oz (Russian Collusion/Conspiracy), therefore the pretext for the Trump-Putin inquisition is silly.  Remove the pretext, pull back that curtain, and the narrative collapses upon itself because it was built entirely around a fraudulent premise.

Believe me, the overwhelming majority of the American electorate see this absurdity.  Those who are at risk; those who participated in the 2015/2016 usurping activity; want/need to deny the majority exist. They are currently in the process of failing:

[…] Make no mistake: This is nakedly politicized law enforcement. There is absolutely no chance any of the Russian officials charged will ever see the inside of an American courtroom. The indictment is a strictly political document by which the special counsel seeks to justify the existence of his superfluous investigation.

[…] Rosenstein made another telling remark at his big press conference. The Justice Department, he explained, will now “transition responsibility for this case to our Department’s National Security Division while we await the apprehension of the defendants.”

Now, stop giggling over that last part — the bit where we hold our breath until Russian dictator Vladimir Putin extradites his spies into the FBI’s waiting arms. I’m talking about the first part: Mueller’s case, the definitive case about what Russia did to interfere in the 2016 election, is no longer Mueller’s case. It is being “transitioned” — i.e., buried — in the Justice Department unit that deals with counterintelligence matters that do not result in public trials.

[…] Lacking the requisite basis to conduct a criminal investigation, the Justice Department used its counterintelligence mission as a pretext for appointing a special counsel. This was grossly improper: (1) Counterintelligence work, which is geared at thwarting the operations of hostile foreign powers, is not the prosecutor work of building criminal cases; (2) not surprisingly, then, there is no authority in the regulations to assign a special counsel to a counterintelligence investigation; and (3) because counterintelligence authorities do not afford Americans the due-process protections required in criminal investigations, the Justice Department is not permitted to use counterintelligence as a pretext for conducting what is actually an effort to build a criminal prosecution.

Now Mueller has taken the next logical wayward step: He has woven an indictment that can never be tried out of counterintelligence work against foreign governments that is not supposed to be the subject of criminal prosecution — i.e., the subject of public courtroom testing under due-process rules.

This is not the way counterintelligence is supposed to work. And the Justice Department knows it. That is why Mueller’s indictment will now be the property of DOJ’s National Security Division, the home of other non-prosecutable foreign counterintelligence work that is never intended to see the light of day in a public courtroom.  (read more)


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1,874 Responses to Debrief on Trump-Putin Presser – There are High Crimes to Be Hidden, and Trillions Still at Stake…

  1. Charlotte says:

    Attorney For Russian National Arrested by Feds Releases Statement “Mariia Butina is Not an Agent of the Russian Federation”

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  2. JimWVa says:

    Only Sundance posts critical thinking today. The post above points out that the Mueller 7/13/2018 indictment of the GRU officers was not a honest criminal indictment. The indictment gives the GRU officers due process rights in the US District Court. Mueller knows the only way personal jurisdiction is achieved is through the 1999 treaty with Russia. Mueller expected Putin’s response today. That, in my view, is the reason he filed a two year old case on the last business day before the US-Russia summit. VSG President Trump knows the indictment is a loser case. Why should President Trump try to salvage the loser case filed by Rosenstein and Mueller? President Trump and the American citizens are being disserved by the political lawyers in the US DOJ. Every talking head today on all outlets, Fox News Channel and Fox Business Channel included, are being dishonest by claiming President Trump made some “mistake” in his diplomacy with Russia. I’m not worried. President Trump has got this.

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  3. highdezertgator says:

    Pure Genocide…6000 Christians murdered in Nigeria and not a word from anyone …to busy acting self-righteous about the Russky’s. The real global threat is “Radical Islam”….
    “This brings the death toll of Christians to more than 6,000 since the start of 2018.”
    “The Islamists of northern Nigeria seem determined to turn Nigeria into an Islamic Sultanate and replace Liberal Democracy with Sharia as the National Ideology. The object of course, is to supplant the Constitution with Sharia as the source of legislation.” — National Christian Elders Forum, a wing of the Christian Association of Nigeria.
    The Nigerian government and the international community, however, have from the start done little to address the situation. This lack of participation is not surprising: they cannot even acknowledge its roots, namely, the intolerant ideology of jihad.
    No Borders.. No Sovereignty… Door is wide open for “global jihadists”…

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  4. Marica says:

    Bull! what a beautiful Post!!! Thank you special treeper!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. eric says:

    I love EVERYTHING our President said today.
    America has a true leader.
    A real champion.
    screw the elephants and jack-asses…..we got a lion in the White House.
    Loved every single minute of it.

    Liked by 7 people

  6. Charlotte says:

    Look carefully at this pic of Strzok–see the scar just above and in front o his L ear–Wonder what it is?

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  7. Binkser1 says:

    I don’t know why the Left and the Uniparty are so upset about Russia “meddling” in our elections. They have no problem with millions of illegal aliens influencing our elections.

    Liked by 13 people

  8. Annie in Nashville says:

    Jimmy, regarding prayer. I have a 5 month old baby. I talk to her constantly/pray out loud for President Trump – try to sound cheerful when I feel sad (like after today’s media bashing)- but of course I am worried for our future. Haha – she may be one of the few 5 month olds who had a mom kiss her awake at 5am and tell her that “Putin and Trump were meeting today – yay!!” I feel a bit addicted to this website and have never posted anything on any website ever before. But I do feel I know you – Flep, Farmhand… I read and cherish your words. My parents are too old to follow along on anything but a television so I brief them on what you guys are saying. I am sure there are so many more like me. So maybe that’s encouraging. Here’s what I know. God is in control. And everything bad can be recycled for good in His economy.

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  9. Crewdog 52 says:

    Don’t you just love all the RINOs and supposedly friendly journalists running for the high grass when things get a little heated? Remind me never to share a foxhole with these gutless losers! Paulie Ryan is at the head of the list of cowards.

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  10. I have a question. I heard some “outrage” that our VSGPDJT did NOT “trust” his intelligence sector,
    “his” FBI & CIA…………

    His ? I am not sure the obummer scum has been cleared out ….


  11. dallasdan says:

    I got an unpleasant dose of reality this evening while having dinner with a small group of friends. Really intelligent people can twist and manufacture information to suit their beliefs and biases in whatever ways are necessary to support their viewpoints.

    The Mueller charade came-up in conversation, and three of them told the stunned, rest of the group that Mueller had all the criminal evidence he needed to support impeachment of the President; wiretap transcripts, electronic messages, bank records, and many sealed indictments that will be executed after his report is published.

    Moreover, Mueller is taking a long time with the “investigation” because he wants to have every detail tightly wrapped so the charges stick, and he is just waiting for the right time to issue his report or, as they called it, the “Big Reveal.” The result will be impeachment and prison time for the President and his inner circle of family and friends.

    Their confidence and zeal in the outcome they described were frightening.

    It occurred to me that I could just change a few names/words and throw it back into their faces. Instead, I ignored them and enjoyed my dinner. They are going to be disappointed and angry when this can of worms is sorted-out and the President wins “bigly.”

    Liked by 8 people

    • Lucille says:

      Disappointed, maybe; incensed more likely. They believe Maxine and Chuck and Nance…after all, they are the wise elders. So when the “Big Nothing” is revealed, they will cry foul…”It was Russia! It was Russia! Help us, Obama!”

      A mind is a terrible thing to waste…its indoctrination can last forever.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Remington..... says:

      Dallas….God bless….I don’t know how for the life of me you could l d enjoy a dinner surrounded by scoundrels.

      Liked by 3 people

    • nimrodman says:

      dallasdan, that sounds remarkably identical to the same narrative told and re-told here about what Huber and Sessions are up to, except in reverse (and I mean just the basic tale, not the claims of 64-D chess).

      Just struck me funny, that’s all.

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  12. Binkser1 says:

    You know I’ve been thinking about this all day and I think the Left is correct: we need to worry about the integrity of out elections. So I’m sure that they would have no problem with passing voter ID laws, right? I mean they do care SOOOOOOOO much, right?

    Liked by 5 people

    • TarsTarkas says:

      I think they would be happy with reverse Jim Crow ID laws. Voted conservative in the last election? Deplorable! You don’t have the intelligence to be allowed to vote! Next . . .


  13. SR says:

    PTrump is very good in holding cold anger so long they way he gets treated by the biggest criminals and fake msm. We millions of MAGA supporters are waiting for indictments of real criminals.

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  14. treehugger says:

    here is a copy of a post written by darin damme of based reality i loved reading this

    Here’s my thoughts on today:

    It’s days like today that I’m so thankful Donald J. Trump is the President of the United States. Imagine where we’d be today if Hillary Clinton had been elected.

    “I would rather take a political risk in pursuit of peace, then to risk peace in pursuit of politics.” – These were the words of President Trump today after his Summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    However the media, the treasonous left, the establishment republicans, basically everyone who has take advantage of America the past 30 years is beside themselves….because they are being exposed.

    The louder people like John Brennan, James Comey, Jim Clapper, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schuemer, Nancy Pelosi, and their blind enraged followers scream…the more successful President Trump’s day has been. What’s good for those people is bad for America.

    A Government did directly interfere in the 2016 US Presidential Election – The US Government. They attempted to entrap the Trump Campaign, then they used the attempted entrapment as evidence to get FISA Warrants.

    Let me be clear. The FBI ordered assets to send emails and make contact with Trump campaign officials then used those emails/contacts to present to the FISA Court as evidence to gain wiretaps on dozens of Trump Campaign Officials.

    Every time you hear about Russian Contacts with Trump Campaign Officials, the truth is those “contacts” were FBI Confidential Informants. They were not directed by Vladimir Putin, they were directed by John Brennan, James Clapper and Peter Strzok.

    Once you figure that out…everything else becomes clear.

    Last week the Robert Mueller issued indictments against 12 Russian Military officials, accusing them of hacking the DNC Server. The DNC Server that American Law Enforcement (FBI, DOJ, ETC.) has never touched. They were never granted access to it. They’ve never investigated it. The indictment is a fraud, not only on our justice department, but an attack on the American President. This is TREASON.

    Trump did great today. The world became a safer place today. The enemies within the United States are losing sleep tonight. We’re righting the ship. It won’t be easy. They’re going to fight back. They’ll stoop to no level to hold their power.

    But in the end…we will win…because if we lose, the Foundation of America ceases to exist.

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  15. We need to have a meeting a phone booth of all of us are concerned what the lib dem commies and the msm think of us and our PDJT…….


  16. Golfbro11 says:

    The President has real vision. Rather than spending all our energy trying to battle Russia we can use them to accomplish America First goals. And by the media giving Putin praise he may just give the Oresident what he wants. A very stable genius indeed!

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  17. Charlotte says:

    PUTIN DROPS BOMB AT HELSINKI PRESSER: Says US Intelligence Helped Move $400,000,000 to HILLARY Campaign!! (VIDEO)

    For instance, we can bring up Mr. Browder, in this particular case. Business associates of Mr. Browder have earned over $1.5 billion in Russia and never paid any taxes neither in Russia or the United States and yet the money escaped the country. They were transferred to the United States. They sent [a] huge amount of money, $400,000,000, as a contribution to the campaign of Hillary Clinton. Well that’s their personal case. It might have been legal, the contribution itself but the way the money was earned was illegal. So we have solid reason to believe that some [US] intelligence officers accompanied and guided these transactions. So we have an interest in questioning them.

    MORE on Bill Browder… Browder is an American-born British financier. He is the CEO and co-founder of Hermitage Capital Management, an investment fund that at one time was the largest foreign portfolio investor in Russia.

    Bill Browder’s grandfather was head of the Communist Party USA.

    The Russian government put Browder on the Interpol most wanted list in 2017.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Charlotte says:

      Get this:
      Bill Browder’s grandfather was head of the Communist Party USA.

      Liked by 5 people

      • glissmeister says:

        And John Brennan was …..


      • TarsTarkas says:

        And Ruhollah Khomeinei’s grandson is a strong opponent of the Islamic Republic of Iran . .

        And Earl Browder was expelled from the CPUSA in 1946 for refusing to toe the party line.

        And Ronald Reagan was once a Democrat (as was Trump)

        One shouldn’t paint offspring with the deeds of their ancestors unless they are following on their footsteps.


    • So this is the question…
      Did “THEY” move the “Funds”, though the Cayman Islands? Or Trough Haitian Banks? or though Swiss banks? ..
      Is there a “paper” or electronic Paper trail?
      Or Use the CF as a “shell Co.” using this to “Laundry” these “fund’s”?
      Think Shell companies Or LLC’s..
      OR NGO’s? (think Soros) et al..

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      I wouldn’t trust Putin’s word on Browder (on or much of anything). He always was and always will be a foe of the US for defeating the USSR and breaking up his enemy. Not that Browder is a white hat, but everything I’ve read on him (and Magnitsky) from various sources tells me that Putin & Co. concocted the tax fraud charges originally behind the seizure of Hermitage’s Russian assets in order to silence a critic, a la Khordokovsky (who’s plenty corrupt himself).


  18. Pokey says:

    No, the American people have never seen through the bullcarp. That is how we got Clinton and Obama and had to settle for both Bushes. Trump is up against a revolution that started six generations ago. They smell blood in the water and we The People, along with Trump, will be the outside observers we have always been. I am feeling very bad for my country right now.

    Liked by 1 person

    • wodiej says:

      Trump is the eyeglass that Americans used to see the way. And Trump was given to us by God. Your cynicism does not reflect well on The American Revolution.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Mik says:

        I’me hardcore Trump fanatic and a vet. He is correct though. Never get cocky. Never think your enemy is stupid. Never think that because you are “right” that you will win. Never forget your enemy thinks they are “right” as well and that YOU are the evil one and the one that doesn’t understand reality.

        Pick your fights. But as you are riding out on your horse with a silk tie from your love knowing you just cannot lose… Basking in the glow of your greatness…. right up until you get your ass kicked and laid out. Just ask that stupid old dem that got his ass handed to him by Oscarey crazy eye whatever her name is socialist from NY with a pissant 16000 votes.

        People are stupid things. In large groups they are deadly stupid.

        Head on a swivel.

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      • Pokey says:

        I don’t call sadness cynicism. Six generations does not take us back to our Revolution. It is just that since the reasons for the Revolution got lost in the memory of its subsequent citizenry, the great experiment in The People’s self governance has been completely eroded on the edges. Now the situation is bigger government above all else. I guess my 67 years have shown me who all else is. My own study of history tells me that the organized opposition to individual liberty was probably organized at least six generations ago. Few of us even know who our ancestors were that far back and most of us can’t even conceive of anything better than government schools, government control of our property, and government interference in all aspects of our lives. Who can even remember that the government had no constitutional authority to impose air bags in all of our cars, water restrictions on our toilets, the elimination of incandescent light bulbs, and seat belts and fuel mileage restrictions in all of our vehicles? Who authorized government to tax us for breathing and for traveling down the road to stay in a motel and for smoking a pipe or drinking a beer and for buying products to allow us to go fishing and for drinking a soda pop. For crying out loud. I do feel bad for my country and if it is cynical to say so, then I am guilty of cynicism. Feeling bad for our Republic is what I would rather call it.


  19. California Joe says:

    The GDP of Russia is the equivalent of Spain’s GDP. The combined GDP of the EU and the United States is over ten times greater than the Russian GDP. Add in Japan, Australia and Canada’s GDP and, well, you get the point. On the military front the EU’s armed forces are ten times the strength and the United States military is thirty times stronger. Russia is a pipsqueak country with a pipsqueak military when you factor out nuclear weapons which would are equally offset by ours anyway.


    • Mik says:

      Yeah that is what Hitler said as well. Some 19 million Russians later Hitler killed himself.
      I am not afraid of Russians. I remember full well Fulda gap and have had close encounters of the pucker kind with 72s and 80’s in my day.

      Americans are soft today. The Russians are not.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      What matters is the portion of that GDP is devoted to the fighting edge of the armed forces and how ready they are for action. In WWII we had time to convert our industry to war machines and to learn from our mistakes in the Solomon’s, North Africa, and Italy. Use of nukes wouldn’t give us time, and I’m not certain Putin truly comprehends the massive destructiveness of even tactical nukes. Ask any ex-officer who participated in NATO war games. Or if Putin does, he might not care, especially if facing defeat.


  20. huskerheart says:

    That’s a tough “Political contribution “ to have to pay back…..

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  21. wodiej says:

    I can smell the desperation all the way from Indiana.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. hellinahandbasket says:

    After all this time, T H E Y still have no idea who it is, this guy called Trump.
    “These people are stupid.” ~Q

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Cooper45 says:

    This is probably the ideal time for President Trump to order the release of all of the FISA documents and other classified info that dogged Nunes and others have been asking for. The Chief Judge of the FISA Court even suggested Trump could do so. Competent lawyers as well as Nunes, Goodlatte et al can assist him on how to do it without compromising national security. (He should also suggest Rod send Mueller and Weissmann to Russia)

    Being accused occasionally of something “bad” that I didn’t do as a kid would rile my anger more than any other Hot Button. Trump has been accused of lying for years and even Fox anchors like Brett Baier and others are increasingly turning against Trump whenever he tries to defend himself against these false accusations. Yesterday recent “millionaire” wacky Bernie told a group of liberal schoolteachers that Trump was a “pathological liar” despite the fact that he is keeping his campaign promises more than possibly any other President.

    Trump has had the Muelller–Weissmann Obama/Brennan/Hillary Dream Team hounding him for well over a year but he’s supposed to trust them when they release Russian indictments 2 days before he meets Putin and then parrot their words to the world’s media. Ludicrous. What happened to innocent until PROVEN guilty in a court of law. Oh yeah, #Me Too etc. killed that idea.

    It was a mistake letting partisan hack reporters ask questions at the press conference. “Do you have compromising info on Trump Mr. Putin,” was a vile and outrageous act of devious political partisanship. Nuclear war and the plight of Syrian refugees was of no concern for this blindered political operative.

    The media’s never ending hysteria about collusion with Putin and the political hit job Rod and Bob did on Trump confirm to me without any doubt that it is time to release all pertinent documents with Congress’s support and let the truth be known. Mueller has no intention of stopping until Trump is no longer POTUS.

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  24. TKA says:

    Favorite part of the press conference was Putin telling the world there is a process in place that allows the FBI to go to Russia, and work with Russian investigators, to question the 12 people in the indictment. He goes further to invite them to submit, through the proper channels, the application to get this process started. Rosenstein/Mueller won’t. Again, foiled by POTUS. They keep losing and continue to wonder why. They’ve yet to accept they’re dealing with a Stable Genius.

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  25. PaulTheUnknown says:

    I’ve been a lurker here for a while, and I appreciate bigly our president and his success so far, and I trust him in the current tack he is taking in regards to Russia – here’s the ‘but’ though – how do we reconcile the novochok attack in the UK, and the presumably innocent woman who recently lost her life, and her husband who today fights for his? Collateral damage? The original attacks to begin with were an affront to a foreign nation. Makes it difficult to believe the Russians are simply unjustly maligned dupes of the donkeys, elephants and pot heads when considered as a whole? Don’t turn your back on them Mr. President. This is an astoundingly complex problem.


  26. paper doll says:

    It’s interesting all this is about Russia going on on the 100th anniversary of the Romanov royal family’s assassination . July 16-17, 1918.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. zorg2 says:

    Watching Strzok, David Hogg comes to mind. Am I the only one?

    Liked by 1 person

  28. The Russian Embassy said the FBI wrongfully arrested Maria Butina for her political beliefs. The Embassy has demanded her immediate release.

    The website of the Russian Embassy has her picture on it:



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