Louie Gohmert Discussing Lisa Page Testimony: “The guilty dogs are barking pretty loud”…

Representative Louie Gohmert appeared on Fox News to discuss the second day of closed-door testimony delivered by former DOJ/FBI Lawyer Lisa Page.  Mrs. Page was the special counsel assigned to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.  Lisa Page resigned from the DOJ on May 4th of this year.

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One of the more interesting aspects of Lisa Page congressional appearances is the current FBI sending lawyers to control her testimony. Mrs. Page is not an employee of the DOJ or FBI, yet current officials consider her remarks a risk.  We know from the insufferable press conference given by current FBI Director Christopher Wray (following the IG Report on the Clinton investigation), that current FBI officials are working to protect the former FBI leadership.  As a consequence the institution of the FBI is corrupt, not just the officials.

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571 Responses to Louie Gohmert Discussing Lisa Page Testimony: “The guilty dogs are barking pretty loud”…

  1. DanO64 says:

    Thanks SD.

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    • sundance says:

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      • Cheri Lawrence says:

        Maybe we are seeing the difference between being the devil versus just sleeping with the devil? I still think these two are reasonably low level players in some sense which is very frightening to speculate on further!! Tip of the iceburg……….Deep State Titanic

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      • fleporeblog says:

        SD I am seriously starting to think that Rep. Louie Gohmert is absolutely right about them (Clapper, Brennan, Yates, Carter) ““The guilty dogs are barking pretty loud” because of how close Rep. Goodlatte and Rep. Devin Nunes are to breaking this thing wide open and they are scared to death about what we will learn.

        I believe the country Louie referenced is China! ImperatorRex put out an incredible thread a few days ago:

        In your article from early this morning you referenced Crowdstrike.

        From the article:

        Crowdstrike was an “FBI contractor” in 2015 and 2016. Crowdstrike was also hired by the DNC, DCCC and Clinton campaign. The FBI never had access to the servers and equipment they claim was probed/hacked/infiltrated by Russians. Instead, the FBI relied upon third-hand forensic reports from Crowdstrike to formulate their sketchy conclusions.

        If Crowdstrike was one of the ’15/’16 “FBI contractors” abusing the NSA/FBI database for 702, 704, 705(b) (Pages 82, 84) intelligence searches (which were clearly being done for political opposition research), and passing that unlawfully extracted FISA intelligence to the DNC, DCCC and/or Clinton Campaigns, then suddenly a series of events surrounding the mysteriously missing servers begins to make more sense.

        I have a funny feeling that the CIA Agents that were killed by the Chinese Government during HRC time as Secretary of State came from her unsecured server.

        They decided to pin it on some former CIA Agent.

        https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/may/09/us-charges-former-cia-agent-with-conspiring-to-commit-espionage-for-china

        From the article linked above:

        Lee, a naturalised US citizen and former CIA case officer, is suspected of revealing the names of CIA assets and undercover operatives in China, enabling Chinese authorities to cripple American intelligence operations. Between 2010 and 2012, more than a dozen US sources in China were killed or imprisoned, the New York Times reported last year.

        To me, that is the HOLY GRAIL! Lisa Page will NOT testify publicly. I think that is a brilliant idea. Louie also said that the FBI Lawyers were trying everything in their power to shut her up. She answered anyway. Louie also said that Lisa was not privileged to the info Strzok had pertaining to the country that got every single one of those emails expect 4 of them.

        Not only is she a woman scorned, she is also realizing she wasn’t a REAL member of the club. She was there for sexual favors and a woman to look at.

        Rep. Nunes is about to bring 30+ people in for testimony. There won’t be FBI Lawyers by their side. These people aren’t going to risk their lives to make sure the dirty secret is kept.

        There is a very good reason ““The guilty dogs are barking pretty loud”!

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        • Risasi says:

          Another government entity that is NOT Russia…I initially thought House of Saud or Israel’s Deep State Mossad. But it would make a lot of sense that it would be China.

          What if some of that intelligence gathering has been shared/traded to Putin and he in turn shared some with Trump yesterday? There may have been a bit of back and forth and some “deals” being made. Hmm, I need to re-review the presser from yesterday and look at the body language of both President Trump and Putin.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            I agree! I think our President will help Russia and their economy and they will work together to secure Israel and the ME from Iran.

            Yesterday’s Summit will be studies years from now when everything discussed is actually played out and the world is a safer place for everyone.

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            • Critical Mass says:

              Exactly! The summit signalled fundamental shifts in the tectonic plates of world politics – and for the better! Only fools would fail to note the burgeoning alliance between Trump, Netanhayu and Putin, with Netanhayu as the conduit between Trump and Putin. Putin has to prove that he is acting in good faith to the rest of the world, which I believe he will. How much of the bad press that Putin has got in Europe, England and the USA has been orchestrated by the globalists and the Deep State in an attempt to stymie any revelations he has to make about their shenanigans?

              Let’s hope the alliance becomes strengthened to become the Axis of Good – the USA, Israel and Russia.

              Your comment about the summit being studied for years from now on is so perceptive! Thank you, fleporeblog!

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          • Jay j says:

            Trump doesn’t need to share anything….Russia has its own intelligence gathering system. I assume the summit was about a bigger problem….getting into an alliance regarding the economy. All the EU and Russia NEED to be allied with us when RV happens. RV is revaluation. A total ROCK of current econ system in the WORLD!
            RV is a weapon against China’s dominance which is growing HUGE threat to the world.

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          • Plain Jane says:

            What about Iran in the email loop?

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          • Critical Mass says:

            You could be on to something there. Just speculating, but it seemed to me that President Trump and President Putin were both subdued and troubled by something. Not intimidated or deflated, but fully aware of the gravity of the situation. Remember when Trump referred to Netanyahu? What if Netanyahu passed over some intelligence to Putin in the several meetings he has had with him over the last few months? It is clear now that Russia wants Hillary now as much as Trump does. And how many other countries has she played as well? She is the mother of all Madoffs of the poitico-graft sector!

            The whole press conference is worth reviewing. i also researched background and context for everything that was said. Not enough room to state all my observations. It’s enough ti say that this summit was a humdinger!

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        • litlbit2 says:

          Put into the equation Putin/Trump chemistry. Oh to be a fly on the wall. Intel whispers w/facts.

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        • fleporeblog says:

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          • Jay j says:

            Someone please tell JACK Murphy here that China had open access to the server. They did not need to hack at all! I saw a Q posting/decode that said the Q team was in Texas looking at the computer system that Hillary was tied into and on it was TOP SECRET Scientific research projects ….which Hillary most probably SOLD the password to the many people who wanted to purchase it…I’m sure china was a HUGE buying of American TOP SECRET TECHNOLOGY!. And we can thank Google for all their help to Hillary to sell all of this stuff. Who got the money? Hillary! CF was a laundering operation and FRONT for all these sales.

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            • Risasi says:

              Yes they were a laundering front for all sorts of black market goods, I believe including human trafficking, and political favors in the US. FBI Anon said look at the CF back in July 2016. That’s where the smoking gun is.

              Hmm, interesting this China angle when taking CrowdStrike into the equation too. Russian born co-founder Dmitri Alperovitch made some pretty big claims about China a few years ago: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/60-minutes-great-brain-robbery-china-cyber-espionage/

              It looks like CrowdStrike is Spook Haven. His father Michael Alperovitch was also a Russian nuclear scientist…now purported to have a high-level U.S. clearance:
              https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/three-factions-cia-control-world-covert-fvey-alliance-michael-holt/

              Hmm…

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            • farrier105 says:

              There was a window when the server was not secured in any way. Not encrypted and not password protected. It was about 3 months.

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            • Tl Howard says:

              Makes sense that POTUS wouldn’t want to make a big deal about China doing this as he needs them to get Kim in check.

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            • Tl Howard says:

              The CIA got back at their Director, Wm. Colby, who testified honestly about CIA abuses. They waited until he retired and then they did away with him as a warning to future CIA directors.

              I believe the CIA is running this whole cover up and the FBI defers to them. So too do all the Paul Ryans and Schumers and Burrs of the Congress, which means just about all of them.

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              • angieunderground says:

                I wouldn’t throw the intelligence community itself under a bus, but I wouldn’t mind tying a few individual members to a railroad track.

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            • fleporeblog says:

              How they got it is irrelevant at this point. What they did with it is what I believe has them petrified of coming out.

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            • Critical Mass says:

              I’ve always wondered if there was a hack of the DNC server in the first place, and if the Wikileaks element was an ancillary issue. Wikileaks may have triggered questions about hacking, but was not incontrovertible proof that hacking had occurred or that it was the cause of the hacking, if hacking did indeed take place It was merely a random event or a correlation that served as a cover for what had been going on for a long time i.e. a laundering operation as you suggest. That would explain why they would not let the FBI examine the server.

              Might also the Russian collusion investigation be viewed in the same way? The putative purpose was to get dirt on Trump, which never really made sense to me. What if the purpose was to create suspicion between the USA and Russia and to make the Russians look bad so that any information Russia had on the Deep State would be discredited? In the light of Putin’s explosive and unequivocal statements about Browder and Hillary, my theory makes sense.

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        • Convert says:

          Lisa Page is very lucky she hasn’t been suicided already.

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        • JX says:

          I wouldn’t rule out UK.

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          • Rhoda R says:

            They are surely in the mix – but more on the coup side of things I would guess. I don’t understand where Pakistan is in the mix, though. Surly with the Awan brothers and their contacts with Pakistani intelligence the Pakis are in there somewhere. It’s getting to the point where the REAL question is: “Who DIDN’T she sell classified information to?”

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            • CopperTop says:

              They are in on whatever HRC and John Kerry’s State Dept communicated she wanted in place as La Presidenta. Russian bad, Ukraine good. Gulan correct (failed coup) Edrogan bad (she might have that one sort of right)…none of it was to increase US GDP, get people employed…all if it was to enrich her personal coffers.

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            • trialbytruth says:

              Paks may have been working with China. The Awans could have been conduits for spyware for a few.dollars.

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        • Leane Kamari says:

          It could be the Saudis as well. Remember how the new Prince collected ALL the beneficary Princes at the Ritz in Riad? They where only released once they gave up a huge portion of their wealth. Now, wouldn’t the US IC community have known all their bad deeds and briefed Obama / Clinton on where they had been bribed , how and by whom? Just thinking.

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          • Leane Kamari says:

            And an afterthought: Russia got through this the info on Russian ambassadors and other Russian IC/dipolmats. I remember reading about >1 yr ago of a strange dying of Russian diplomats / ambassadors who fell in their bathrooms to death (NY) or got otherwise strangely killed. That is usually described as how the Russian IC deals with traitors or double agents.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            I think your right but that doesn’t mean China 🇨🇳 didn’t as well. As of today our President reiterated that besides the Russians, it was other countries as well.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            Bingo! I think we are truly starting to get real close to the truth and it is going to be bigger than any of us could imagine.

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          • MaineCoon says:

            Interesting. The article says that Lisa Page tossed Bill Priestep under the bus. First I’ve seen any mention of him in this regard.

            FTA : The embattled Page tossed James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok and Bill Priestap among others under the Congressional bus, alleging the upper echelon of the FBI concealed intelligence confirming Chinese state-backed ‘assets’ had illegally acquired former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 30,000+ “missing” emails, federal sources said.

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        • Chip Doctor says:

          Thank you Flep, great post!

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        • Firefly says:

          Another news story that came out today was regarding Jeffrey Tricoli leaving the FBI as the head of the election meddling and cyber security. He has 18 years- hence it’s unusual to leave only a couple years from being able to retire.

          I looked into him and what isn’t being reported is that he was earlier this year a speaker at a conference with John carlin (Head NSD under obama and was involved in fisa and quit before election) and John Henry ( President crowdstrike). The msm is saying he left because he didn’t get a promotion he wanted and took a job as a vp at Schwab.
          https://www.rsaconference.com/events/us18/agenda/sessions/10761-bringing-a-knife-to-a-gun-fight-are-us

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      • Ventura Highway says:

        Scorned lovers are not happy

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      • DanO64 says:

        Lack of candor, perhaps.

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      • queensmary says:

        Louie gives the fastest “yes” answer ever to come outta Congress.

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      • Sunshine says:

        Lisa pulled a number on them, she was truthful. The only honest, aka vulnerable, one.
        These people forget, of which Stroczk, that they also have a civilian life.
        Knowing you’re a lying traitor, would you want to leave your house to go out for dinner?
        At least Lisa Page has her life back because going public will protect you.

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      • G3 says:

        Text message from Lisa Page, “POTUS wants to know everything.”
        Lisa Page admitted her text messages with Peter Strzok “mean exactly what they say“

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  2. Publius2016 says:

    dont understand why Shine was hired! this should be leading the Fake News Media!!

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  3. MM says:

    “Guilty Dogs Barking”
    Gohmert has it right……..

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  4. Sylvia Avery says:

    I am only barely following things at this point due to an especially busy time on the home front. Hardly any time. But last night someone on FOX (probably on Lou Dobbs show) was talking about Lisa Page in the hearing and how when she was asked a question during the hearing that she perceived the FBI wouldn’t want answered, she gestured to the FBI lawyers so they would know to make an objection.

    This is EXTREMELY odd behavior. She doesn’t work for the FBI any longer, yet she is not only deferring to the FBI she is actively in cahoots with them.

    So many twists and turns and layers upon layers to dig through. The stench of The Swamp is more fetid than ever.

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    • MM says:

      I can smell the swamp gas here in NE Florida …….
      Hope PUP is doing well SA……….

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    • booger71 says:

      She knows she has to protect the deep state at all costs…or else

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    • snellvillebob says:

      I suspect once you are part of the Deepstate crime syndicate, you are never allowed to leave.

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    • mtnforge says:

      There is s way us Deplorables can help. It may sound corny, but we are an incredible plurality with MAGA and having defied the door keepers. What we say matters, regardless of how much they ignore us. Sundance and Q are rich when they state it is us who matter and who create good changes in this world.

      Time to mind job the cabal and their deep state.

      There’s 40,000 sealed secret indictments at last count waiting on something. If the white hats are running a myriad of secret grand juries to create such a never before quantity of sealed indictments, it sure looks like has the appearance of an indictment of just about every child sex slave trafficker and phedophile, actor of the deep state, dirty stinking commie, probably about 98 % of the swamp, and various “NGO” scumbag running a communist anti MAGA operation, along with a number of fake media actors. Forty Thousand…indictments…WTF?

      What if they are indictments of the sonofabitches trying to destroy our beloved Republic? Its probably not unreasonable to suppose the recipients of these sealed indictments know they are under suspicion. And maybe, its why AG Sessions is absent, he is overseeing these vrand juries, maybe Sessions publicly stated war against marihuana is a distraction for his actual activities.

      There’s 65 million of us MAGA’s who voted for President Trump, we can help our Champion out by using our power as a plurality that withdrew consent for the clowns and traitors running our great country into a banana republic 3rd world #shithole.

      #Release The Indictments!

      We can make #Release The Indictments! go viral. Imagine the effect on the sonofabitchez if there is 65 million posts of #Release The Indictments! attached to every comment, blog post, email, what have you? Remember, the purpose of all the intelligence agencies spying is to gauge the dirt peoples state of mind, what threat we are T them. So lets make it real easy for them to pick up on what we are all thinking, which I basically a call, a demand to prosecute and punish these scumbags in power who are domestic enemies of us all.

      #Release The Indictments!

      Imagine the fear and loathing this simple hashtag creates?

      #Release The Indictments!

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        Seriously? You think a hashtag will cause DoJ to unseal “indictments”? How do you even know what is in the sealed court matters?

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        #ReleasetheIndictments

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      • DJ says:

        “There’s 40,000 sealed secret indictments at last count waiting on something.”
        ———————————————————————————————
        I have previously posted the bit below in response to the above observation, and I’ll post it again…
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        There is some confusion regarding this. There are NOT 40,000 sealed indictments, there WERE 40,000 sealed cases filed – this is a big difference. Not all those sealed cases involve actual indictments and not all of the cases still exist.

        There are many reasons why a case may be sealed – not all of them lead to government corruption which is what most people seem to think. And the counting of those 40,000 does not take into account those which might have since been adjudicated in some manner or may also have been unsealed at some point.

        So while there HAVE BEEN some 40,000 sealed cases FILED since last October, that doesn’t mean that there STILL ARE 40,000 sealed cases in existence.

        It is my humble belief (and no, I don’t have any proof) that many of those sealed cases involve the increased emphasis on illegal immigrant, sex trafficking and pedophilia prosecutions that we have been seeing. Since many of those cases involve minors and other victims whose identities should be concealed for privacy reasons, those cases would be sealed.

        The following is a good read on the many reasons why cases may be filed sealed:
        http://www.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/sealed-cases.pdf

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        • Cheri Lawrence says:

          Yes but we must understand it is all tied together and this is the worst stink of the swamp being drained. The sex trafficking, drugs, guns, money laundering and pedophilia is the business that kept the swamp in power and the money of corruption flowing.

          Sessions/Horowitz/Huber and their huge teams and uncorrupted resources dealing with the worst horrors in America. We have to remember their lynch pin was all the dirty judges. Sessions own house must be cleaned before the sealed prosecutions can go forward. All happening on many fronts!!

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          • Rhoda R says:

            You make an important point about the corrupt judges. Just look at the behavior of that second judge in the Manaforte case – the one that threw him in jail for talking to a business associate who isn’t on the witness list. Hard to get a conviction from a dirty judge if the deep state wants the guilty to go free. Hard to get and not guilty finding if the deep state wants that person in jail.

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      • dutzie60 says:

        #BringOurGirlsHome That was a real effective one also. /s

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      • trialbytruth says:

        Well.okay.then and bless your 💓

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      • bob says:

        Spoken like a warrior

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    • mimbler says:

      perhaps they were protecting each other? She would protect the institution in return for them giving her cover when she needed an out?

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    • Convert says:

      Unless she remains useful as a witness in the coming criminal prosecutions, the Feds won’t offer her 24-7 protection AND her immunity deal could fall apart. Life is very stressful when you’re stupid, arrogant and deluded. Lisa is walking a tight rope.

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  5. Lindenlee says:

    Video not available.

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  6. Gohmert is a straight shooter but I trust Issa’s observations more.

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    • Firefly says:

      Could be a bit of both. I can envision a Page wanting to get stuff on the record before the fbi cuts her off as well as wanting by signal to keep stuff off the record. She strikes me in the texts as being gifted at manipulating people

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      • She’s an attorney. She’s known for some time that she would be called (even if the specific date was not known to her). She wanted the Committee to know when the FBI lawyers were interfering and when they were not. If we were in the closed hearing, we could probably see how this played out in terms of signalling to the Committee who was obstructing their oversight task and who wasn’t.

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        • Chip Doctor says:

          If she had acted like her lover in closed session, they would have made her testify in public. She did what she had to do to protect what’s left of her life, but I doubt that she was an open book. Just MO.

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    • railer says:

      Gohmert was a prosecutor, and thus familiar with questioning in this setting. Issa is a businessman an political hack. I’d trust Gohmert’s observations more.

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      • Andy says:

        Gohmert was a prosecutor and judge…he a very smart dude. Issa is a showboat who has screwed up more hearings because his ego could not admit he’s not a trained prosecutor.

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        After Louie said exactly what he saw via Strzok mannerisms last Thursday in the open hearing vs everything that Issa has been involved in over the years with absolutely zero results I’d lay money on Louie everyday of the week and twice on Sundays.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      The scary thing that all this Deep State stuff has revealed is there are no more than a dozen congressmen/senators who are patriots, willing to come forward to talk about it and fight for the country.

      Those that are silent are on the take….with the evil loudmouths.

      #SadForMyCountry

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  7. jmclever says:

    Gohmert says that POTUS Trump knows who actually stole the Clinto emails from the server?! Need to rewatch.

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    • Good Job! says:

      “Stole emails”

      Rather than a one time hack it may have been a rerouting program/bug–think of how Huma’s emails (non-Huma too??) were automatically forwarded to Weiner’s Laptop!

      Hillary was also using non-secure BlackBerry devices too–so any one with basic police tech could listen/read them in range. Eg., most embassies in Washington DC.

      I remember a while back an agent of some sort implied that a rescue mission for captives of the Southern Islamic rebels in the Philippines (not ISIS) seemed to be tipped off to theraid(s) after Hillary, in the Philippines, left secure areas to use her blackBerry.

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      • Dr.Jay says:

        Yeah from Gohmert’s words (when questioning Strzok) what he described sound to me like every email (safe a few) was somehow forwarded, like an extra BCC recipient automatically added. Makes more sense when that was to a Huma controlled machine. Like with an automated rule.

        The copies on Weiner’s laptop seem to have been some kind of automated backups (hence multiple versions of the same) from one or more of Huma’s machines.

        Note that this automated forwarding of a copy of each email need not be the way that foreign intell got the emails. That may have been separate.
        But of course could very well related, as this all sounds very unsecured to a techie like me.

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  8. A leading theory on here for many months was that these guys are co cooperating to bring on “The Big Ugly”…
    So if Lisa Page is co coperating with Huber than there is all the reasons to have DOJ help her not talk about this ongoing investigation to not endanger the success of that.

    Wray’s and maybe even RR’s stone walling and acting along then would still make sense in the scheme to successfully bring the conspirators down.

    Was it ever addressed why this blog is not angling towards Huber bringing down the swamp?

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    • thedoc00 says:

      You need to go back a few months and follow the Huber rollercoaster. Huber has been discussed, pro and con, and there are mixed feelings if he is for real or just another dodge. Not much is currently said because folks here have pretty much settled into wait and see what happens. There have been way too many hopeful events trumpeted, which have ended with rug being pulled out when execution time arrived.

      Huber is a hopeful but nobody is holding their breath.

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      • Jacaranda11816 says:

        Thanks for the overview of comments, doc00! I always catch the daily CTH headlines but time constraints don’t always allow for digging as far into each thread’s back-and-forth as I’d like.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      Why “not angling towards Huber” may have more to do with the lack of info (no leaks) concerning Huber’s activities…seems no one is doing any reporting on that front…

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    • Apollo says:

      Because it hasn’t happened. I think everyone hear recognizes:

      1) We have no information either way. There is no public indication that indictments of ANY of the anti-Trump conspirators, let alone people like Hillary, Brennen, Comey, etc. exist. And plenty of indication that no such thing is happening.

      2) Time is very quickly running out (the midterms loom) politically speaking.

      Therefore I personally see no particular reason for excessive optimism. I’m still hopeful, sure–always. But I’m not constructing any Huber-based fantasies here.

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    • Electra says:

      Well, here’s the thing: Huber can only prosecute people that Horowitz refers for prosecution.
      Horowitz may be an honest player in all this, but I just don’t see any evidence that he is approaching this as anything other than the investigation of certain individuals in the DOJ/FBI, whose crimes he sees as being unrelated to those of the other conspirators.

      Certainly, there was nothing to suggest otherwise in the first IG report–just the opposite. For example, the IG report notes that the Lynch-Clinton tarmac meeting was set-up beforehand by the Secret Service officers assigned to Lynch and Clinton. Now, a rational investigator who suspected conspiracy would immediately interview those Secret Service officers. Did Horowitz do that? Nope.

      Another example: Peter Strozck said in his emails that certain discussions concerning the Clinton and Trump investigations were too sensitive to discuss using an official DOJ phone, and that private phones should be used instead. Did Horowitz ask to examine those private phones? Again, nope.

      I could go on, but I think I’ve made my point. The DOJ investigators aren’t interested in putting together a conspiracy case–even a limited one. If they were, we would have heard, through leaks, of interviews of people in the CIA, Secret Service, Dept. of State, Members of Obama’s Cabinet, the DNC, Glenn Simpson, Natalia Veselnitskaya, Dianne Feinstein, John Brennan, Cristopher Steele, and a host of others.

      Huber needs to be interviewing people across several executive branch departments, all three branches of the federal government, several private sector organizations, as well as several foreign countries. Guess what. It ain’t happening.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Don’t forget Rosenstein is all over the FISA stuff. Incompetent at best, if he signed without asking, scum at worst for covering his butt.

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  9. Mark Mears says:

    I made this argument in another thread, we can’t tell you the truth because of national security concerns. So how will we ever know the truth? We now have a 4th leg of government and they control the US of A. and they are now emboldened by the power. Remember these frazes “can’t/won’t comment because of ongoing investigations/ national security ” you’ll hear them a lot more from here on out. Thanks again for the branch, Mark

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  10. JoD says:

    Interesting.. True Pundit (?) reported that Ms Page testified that CHINA was positively identified as having HER emails and everything else, but that it was buried/ ignored by the Top Brass.
    Perhaps this ties in with what Louie is saying.

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    • SR says:

      May be China can publish all the emails and get good trade deal on few items.

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    • MM says:

      Everybody has Clintons emails except the American people……..
      Hoping she slips up and makes some country mad enough they rain those email down on her ugly head………..

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      • Good Job! says:

        Please tell that to the New York Times. They think Trump’s campaign line about Hillary’s missing emails and Papdopoulos’ talk to Mifsud was not about Hillary’s emails but secret messages to Russian to launch the invasion of the DNC and Podesta hacks.

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        • MM says:

          NY Times doesn’t think that but they want their readers to think that. NY Times knows they are lying!

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          • Grandma Covfefe says:

            Exactly.
            Fake News Network all know what they are doing as well.
            They are all following a “script”.
            One day someone will forget their lines and fumble around.

            I don’t hold much hope for Lisa Page coming clean…until it actually happens.
            Close Hearings gives one a sense of corruption going on behind doors. I hate Closed Hearings, I understand the necessity, but the corrupted ones took advantage of it. Only crooked lawyers can figure that game out, using closed Hearing to their advantage.

            Again I hate Closed Hearing these days.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        The only country that can’t release those e-mails is Russia since that would just confirm what the screechers have been saying. None of the other countries would have a reason to.

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    • Firefly says:

      Judicial watch is bring up their lawsuit regarding the damage assesment in light of China. Clapper has explaining to do why he refused the mandatory damage assesment investigation when classified is compromised.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      I recall Louie repeating a few times that it is NOT Russia. I believe the man.

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    • johneb18 says:

      That does not jibe with what Flep said above.

      “Louie also said that Lisa was not privileged to the info Strzok had pertaining to the country that got every single one of those emails expect (sic) 4 of them.”

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      • johneb18 says:

        To be more clear, from JoD:

        Interesting.. True Pundit (?) reported that Ms Page testified that CHINA was positively identified as having HER emails and everything else, but that it was buried/ ignored by the Top Brass.
        Perhaps this ties in with what Louie is saying.

        That does not jibe with what Flep said above:

        “Louie also said that Lisa was not privileged to the info Strzok had pertaining to the country that got every single one of those emails expect (sic) 4 of them.”

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  11. PDQ says:

    Other officials involved…peeling back the layers…

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  12. emet says:

    fbiaa.org
    bpunion.org
    Compare the FBI retired agents site with the Border Patrol Council. One organization is concerned about the security of of Nation. The other ogranization is concerned about the security of their asses and the asses of those around them who help cover up the stench

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  13. quintrillion says:

    The FBI was corrupt from the minute it was set-up. What does it protect? The Federal Institutions, the Federal Reserve and itself. Corrupt to the core purpose of it’s existence

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  14. Sylvia Avery says:

    Thanks Firefly, that is what I saw and made reference to down below. Agree with you.

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  15. Rodney G. Graves says:

    They surely don’t want us to pull this string…

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  16. Good Job! says:

    Strzok texted Lisa with sugary praise for her intelligence. He’s apparently right.

    BTW his texting voice is completely different than his testifying personality.

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    • Good Job! says:

      BTW, do not mistake my praise for Lisa Page as support for her anti-Romanian bigotry.

      Russians and Italians dislikes in lesser degrees.

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    • Lucille says:

      His “texting voice” is different because he’s in control. When he has to testify, he tries to have control via not answering or partially answering or lying, but he’s still not in real control and so he gets testy, nasty and supercilious. As has been said several times…psychopathic behavior.

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  17. maggie0987 says:

    I read in another comment somewhere that she has her personal lawyer with her, Amy something – are we sure that FBI has their lawyers there?

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  18. Suzanne says:

    Color me dumb but can’t the committee refuse to let them into the hearing since she’s no longer an employee? Yes she’s entitled to a lawyer but it could certainly be a lawyer who isn’t employed by the FBI. Heaven knows there are lots of lawyers in/around DC

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    • Firefly says:

      National/state secrets trumps just about everything. Congress oversight and the senate intelligence in particular tends to be happy not knowing when blocked. Let’s see how much the congress oversight can flex its muscle now that the decades of this practice of improper secrecy has resulted in historic levels of corruption, due in part to the lack of oversight.

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  19. Breitbart and Drudge are both down…..Drudge up, Breitbart still down….hmmm

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  20. James Carpenter says:

    By now, every insurance actuary in America knows full well that Deep State offers an “Assisted Suicide” program.

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  21. Payday says:

    More help coming. Senate votes for cloture and Fifth circuit nominee Andy Oldham (50-49). And he’s a real good one.

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  22. waltherppk says:

    Who the other than Russia foreign government would be that has the missing e-mails …..

    Toss a coin ……Israel or China

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  23. sundance says:

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    • emet says:

      Foreign entities did not have to breach it. Everything was for sale at bargain prices

      Liked by 14 people

      • Paco Loco says:

        Imagine the hackers amazement when they connected into the server and discovered that it was wide open and they could browse through the files at their leisure. Clinton’s servers apparently had no firewalls. Criminal neglect and clueless. I can’t believe that Platt River didn’t set up secure servers for her.

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      • Cheri Lawrence says:

        Exactly!!

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        • litlbit2 says:

          Also consider how the indenty of every single person(s) that signed on to the server is also now exposed, known and probably been under surveillance for months. T

          The Shawdow Knows…..MAGA!

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      • Dutchman says:

        INITIALLY, I didn’t believe global warming was a deliberate con, to undermine America.

        Then, I woke.

        Initially, I didn’t believe the bathroom server was to sell U.S. secrets to highest bidder, that it was just to mask hills C.F. deals. Now, I’m woke.

        I absolutely believe she was deliberately selling info, or making it available, for a price.

        After all, “What difference does it make?”

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    • LM says:

      Remember China’s contemptuous treatment of Obama?

      My thought at the time was that they knew the truth about him.

      I wonder if they have shared what they know with anyone? There was that unexpected trip to the Forbidden City…….

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    • Mncpo(ret) says:

      No sclit!! God knows when I held a TS+ if anything got away from me, I’d be UNDER Leavenworth.

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    • Winning Inc. says:

      It’s mind blowing this is being ignored. China and/or Germany have 30,000 Clinton emails! Is Gohmert the only one in congress bringing this up?

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      • Dr.Jay says:

        Those are the last know IP’s. The one from China probably comes from there (as their internet is rather fenced off), but the traffic from Korea and Germany may come from almost anywhere else.

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        Bringing up facts, truth, and questions of responsibility is considered bad manners in Obama’s socialist deep state…

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    • Bubby says:

      My guess is that Hillary knew China would hack her unsecured server (which was the purpose) and that the secret/confidential data she, obama and others transmitted over it was for China’s benefit in exchange for future or past donations/contributions of cash! I can’t prove any of it but I have not doubt.

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    • Jay j says:

      I’m so glad they froze her assets. Maybe we’ll all get our money bad then. She sold stuff that wasn’t hers to start with! It belonged to all of us. AND, I think she has not stopped doing this. comey and her went to Ireland together! comey had just gone to Iowa University where a scientist working on nano materials was. AND in Ireland, lo, there is a receiver of this kind of research. The whole place just fired all the long-timers and hired new guys…one of them was from California! I suspect a cloaking device. They can bend light waves and CHANGE matter now!

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  24. Ned Zeppelin says:

    I think Huber is real if only because he is in radio silence mode, which is the right way to do this. No leaks, no public appearances, no grandstanding. If you agree with that, then the same principle applies to Mr. Sessions. And VSGDJT enables by not demanding anything to happen, letting it happen according to the rule of law. Restoring the rule of law is the key.

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  25. 4sure says:

    The FBI is corrupt to the core. It has thrived in a culture of corruption for the past four decades. It especially became corrupted under Bill Clinton. It was further corrupted by George Bush who gave us the unconstitutional Patriot Act. Obama used it as his personal smear Brown shirt arm of constructing the Banana Republic we now have. There are no good men and women in the FBI. It thrives on a culture of corruption. It spends all it’s time killing innocent Americans and coverinmg up it’s corruption.

    Let’s look at some of its recent history.

    FBI Lab was outed for manufacturing forensic evidence that sent thousands to prison.

    2.AT Ruby Ridge FBI snipers killed innocent women and children and then tried to cover it up. They did not agree w/ Randy Weaver’s political views.

    3. Waco Texas. Hundreds of innocen t women and children murdered because of their political/religious views. Total cover up by FBI/ATF.

    4. FBI did not show up in Benghazi until weeks later and did not secure or process crime scene.

    5. Richard Jewell smeared by FBI as a bomber and later cleared but not after the FBI did all they could to cover up their cations.

    6. First World Trade Center Bombing. FBI royally screwed this investigation up.

    7. Twin Towers 911. FBI had the info but failed to connect the dots.

    8. Bundy persecution by DOJ.

    9 James Finecum murdered by FBI agent.

    10. FBI FISA treasonous overthrow of Trump.

    11. Orlando Nightclub shooting.

    12. Boston Marathon Bombing.

    13. Broward school shooting.

    There are no good agents in the FBI. The FBI does not give a damn about protecting Americans. They care more about protecting their fake image and if Americans die in the process, so be it.

    Time to abolish the FBI.

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    • Tottie Mitchell says:

      Or at a minimum “manafort” the leadership.

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    • safvetblog says:

      I take strong exception to your statement about “no good agents”…I have a close relative who is an FBI agent and he’s one of the most upright, trustworthy men I have ever known. Please be careful with “broad-brush” statements.

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      • litlbit2 says:

        Thank you! Totally agree as these frustrated Americans now hold the dustpan and the broom.

        All in due time. “Patience”, as fle would say.

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      • 4sure says:

        I have noted your “strong exception” and will consider it when I say the entire FBI sucks from top to bottom.

        When I see “one of the most upright, trustworthy men I have ever known. ” start stepping up to the plate to expose the corruption and the incompetence, I will take note. Since you happen to know of at least one, surely there’s another one somewhere who would step up. It irks me to no end to hear this BS about all of the fine good men and women in the FBI and I have yet to see a damn one step up.

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        • 4sure says:

          And this sums it up :”FBI colleagues who are close to her and who admitted they were aware of the corruption but were fearful about sharing their feelings and concerns with her or anyone else.”

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      • Bendix says:

        I’m afraid that when it comes to law enforcement, a few bad apples do spoil the whole bunch.
        That’s just how I feel, if there are that many honest and upright FBI agents, who did the whole agency become so stinking filthy putrid rotten?

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        • GB Bari says:

          They assumed, and were ceded, far too much authority and independent power. They can lie, cheat, steal, deceive, even murder, all under the guise of national security.

          Commit crimes against th State, then classify and or destroy the evidence at will to prevent disclosure.

          The vast majority of men and women cannot handle that much power and remain uncorrupted.

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    • Bobr says:

      Cleaned up Solandra. Obama bundler made off with 500 million. Thanks FBI

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    • Dutchman says:

      I think you don’t tear down an essential structure, until you have a replacement in place, able to take the load.
      I THINK OGB is constructing an alternative IC, by transferring NSA, intercept function to military, by new head of CIA, etc.

      I suspect, after Oct. Surprise followed by midterms, he will ‘getinvolved’, taking counter Intel and counter terror function AWAY from FBI, and cleaning house,on DOJ and FBI and Mueller.

      Finally meeting with Putin was undoubtedly productive.

      If getting flak tells you your over the target, Helsinki must have been direct hit.

      No President since at least Ile has been willing to take on the,IC, but GOB seems to relish addressing long standing, previously ignored problems, head on.

      I am STILL a happy camper, and content that in his time, VSG will deal with all these vermin, and they will the the day!

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      • Critical Mass says:

        Well said, and a very interesting comment? This question might sound really stupid, but who is “OGB” or “GOB”?

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    • Bendix says:

      The entrapment of John DeLorean went back to 1984.
      Then more recently there was Comey’s bogus corporate hit job on Martha Stewart.
      Burn it down to the ground. Salt the earth where it stood.
      The six or seven “good guys” who managed not to notice they worked for a corrupt and incompetent agency can apply at whatever takes the FBI’s place.

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    • Truthfilter says:

      I distrust the whole institution—“the system.” Every time a massive shooting happens or an assasination, the FBI comes in and takes control of the case. After that, everything becomes a secret or we find out that they knew something that could have prevented it. They have all kinds of information and tools to use which they seem to use nefariously quite often —as seen in the Bundy case/stand-off in Oregon, and of course the Russia collusion investigation. How many people-like Flynn, Manafort, the Bundy family, etc., have been caught in the nets of their intended targets?

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    • Critical Mass says:

      Great comment and well researched. Some other possibilities to add to your list:
      a. Las Vegas shooting
      b. Investigation of Nisour Square massacre involving Blackwater. The FBI turned up late to that one, and from the article I read, there was a strong possibility that spent shells from weapons other than those of Blackwater personnel were found at the scene, which would indicate that in fact so-called Iraqi “civilians” had engaged in gunfire with Blackwater, as Blackwater had always maintained. Guess who was Secretary of State during the investigation (not at the time of the shooting itself), and who would have been in a position to influence the course of the investigation? None other than Madame Sin herself!

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  26. Papa-T says:

    I’ve got a little different idea about Mueller and his team. His team is made up of “DOJ Prosecutorial All-Stars” who mostly are very loyal very liberal Democrats. You get to be an All Star by booking convictions. Those FISA 17-01 & 17-02 “about” “and to & from” searches weren’t all for Political reasons. Some were this cast of All-Star Prosecutors looking for evidence they couldn’t find but we’re sure it was there. The awesome power of the USA Survailence State turned lose on American Citizens. Now they couldn’t use this evidence in Court, but they could find where to look and know what they were looking for. These All-Star Prosecutors took an illegal short cut and basked in outcomes knowning that Nobody would ever know. And then came Mike Rogers & Judge Collier. Muellers Team ain’t out to get Trump. They’re covering their own asses for the crooked FISA searches they had “Contractors” pull for them. T

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    • TwoLaine says:

      One would think you read here regularly where that take has already been advanced by Sundance.

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    • Tall Texan says:

      Bingo! All you need to know is there are no whistleblowers in the FBI. My only quibble with this comment is it should go back further to the Hoover era. The FBI has been a continuous disgrace to our Republic since it’s formation.

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      • ALostFairytail says:

        It’s very likely that there were whistleblowers that came forward, and by doing so unwittingly set themselves up to be silenced. How do you report corruption when the corruption goes all the way to the top? A whistleblower would be disclosing (under the guise of protection) who they were, what they knew, AND that they were trying to blow the whistle. And once they were silenced, how would we ever know that they came forward?

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    • Firefly says:

      Dan Bongino also discusses this in his podcasts getting into all the Russian names and that they have relations with Clinton’s people and PTrump people. Comey was likely using the hillary email investigation as a cover to clean up her mess. Using investigations as such cover to do a coverup/cleanup is a well known tactic. The secrecy, immunity deals, threats to prosecute … are tactics to shut people up.

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    • Critical Mass says:

      And heaps of other things as well.

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  27. L4grasshopper says:

    Given that Page is not a current employee of the DOJ…..and given that Congress is a separate Branch of the government…..how is it that FBI lawyers can even be in the room during the Congressional interview of Page? By what authority? Or did they ask, and Congress [stupidly given the stonewalling by the FBI on documents] permitted them in?

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  28. dallasdan says:

    My niece is a career FBI executive, and during the early stages of the expose she ranted emphatically that the FBI was totally innocent of any political wrongdoing/criminality. Now, she is totally humiliated and shamed by the facts, suffering from depression, and counting the 80+ days remaining before she can escape the poisoned workplace via retirement.

    It is my observation and opinion that she, like many good people working for the FBI, has had her life unalterably and negatively changed by the actions of her employer. She is a casualty of the war between the deep state and patriots.

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    • jahealy says:

      You know, it’s always important for employees to admire and respect their employers, but in this day and age, it’s somewhat rare. (And vice versa – companies don’t value their employees like they used to, either.) My point is that I would think when working for an agency like the FBI, it would be extremely important to feel good about your employer. It’s easy enough to shuffle french fries at McDonald’s even if you don’t like the franchisee or the brand itself. But I can’t imagine putting it out there every day for the FBI if you don’t believe in its leadership and mission.

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    • andrewalinxs says:

      FBI as an institution has been permanently shamed. The Irony is the Leadership in its desperate attempt to salvage its reputation has only permanently ruined it.

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      • Uncle Al says:

        While I would greatly prefer to believe that the FBI leadership’s primary motivation for their corrupt and illegal actions was to salvage the bureau’s reputation, I really believe that that was secondary. Their focus was, is, and will continue to be to avoid personal destruction and sentencing for length terms in prison for their felonies. Saving the FBI reputation is of value to them only insofar as it may work as a shield to deflect accusations.

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        • andrewalinxs says:

          I agree with you and think in realty we are both right.

          As their ability to not be sentenced or destroyed is rooted in the idea of FBI being not corrupt that reputation falls away and then they can no longer shield themselves.

          I am describing the action while you are describing the reason.

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    • Esperanza says:

      Wow. Give her our love, and thanks for her service. And point her to #Don’tWalkAway,RunLikeTheBlazes.

      We, the people, got this.

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    • Lucille says:

      Dallasdan, tell your niece to hold her head up high. There are hundreds of honorable agents and support staff who were fooled. It’s not as though the Deep State was walking around with a sign on.

      Individuals were working a case, getting evidence together, presenting it and then moving on to another. Time to speculate what the brass was doing was non-existent. Saying that all agents are filth or that they should have known what was going on is just not realistic.

      Best of luck to your niece. Disillusionment about an organization or a boss isn’t uncommon. Many people aren’t what they seem. Tell her many of us have been there, done that. She will survive it, even if at the moment she can’t see how.

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      • Cheri Lawrence says:

        Yes, its kind of like having to admit I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, the stench is in the corruption, not the people.

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      • dallasdan says:

        Thank you very much. She was a loyal, hard-working employee for 27 years. She realized the depth of the corruption in the FBI by aggressively reading legitimate news sites and talking with FBI colleagues who are close to her and who admitted they were aware of the corruption but were fearful about sharing their feelings and concerns with her or anyone else.

        She is devastated, and says she feels like a loving wife whose husband has cheated and left her. It is tough for her now, and we who love her are encouraging her to move-on and retain the pride she had in achieving much in her successful career.

        She believes it will take a new generation of staff to restore the legitimacy of the FBI.

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  29. calbear84 says:

    “Some people got upset when I called him (Stzrok) out for being the scheming serial liar he is…”
    Love ya Louie, keep up the pressure!

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    • DanO64 says:

      No body I know did. Just say N.

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    • Firefly says:

      Many sociopaths can be extremely charming. The gov even sends their high level people (populated heavy with sociopaths) to charm school. Strzok was exuding and couldn’t control his snarling and snarky demeanor to the point he’s totally untrustworthy. He’s so bad everything he touched is in jeopardy if he were needed to testify.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Firefly:

        Was also thinking that Page might have had a revelation about
        who Strzok really is. The night that she couldn’t sleep, and started
        thinking about his actions, observing the fall out that followed his
        path. Thinking about how her initial enthuisiasm for the cause,
        hatred of Trump was being used. And how she would get thrown
        aside at the end. But not before Strzok had destroyed her.

        I don’t think that they were lovers. I think they were two zealots.
        I also think that Page might have done a self intervention once
        things were discovered. Good chance by that time she’d figured
        out what a complete nut case she’d been dealing with. Good
        chance that she might have been relieved at being caught.
        Realized that if fate had not intervened, she’d have wound up
        destroyed by Strzok and his insanity.

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        • Firefly says:

          My take is that Page is a zealot. According to some recent interviews she was contrite. Strzok strikes me as the fbi go to hit man/dirty job guy with no conscience who will do whatever and is in it for promotions, power and thrill of hurting (Gohmert refers to mueller and Comey as veuyers who enjoy hurting others). Strzok emails even admitted there’s no there there Yet was happy if it resulted in an impeachment notch for his resume. He just went along with pretending to be a zealot because that what they all wanted to hear. Strzok is clearly not used to not being the one in the power/control position when he testified. Congressmen layed into him for it too. I think the fbi was worried about PTrump looking under the hood and ending their sociopathic fun and games.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          If Page does do the right thing in testimony and a cooperating witness, I’ll judge her differently then. Right now, none of the actors in this deserve any consideration or pity.

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      • Lucille says:

        “…everything he touched is in jeopardy….” Firefly, that’s precisely the case for the FBI. Every case Strzok ever worked on from day one, every person who is now in prison because the FBI legitimately put them there, will get an undeserved new day in court. No lawyer worth his salt will let this go. Because of what Strzok and his cohorts did we’ve now got a major problem on our hands. What a predicament!

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        • mimbler says:

          Of course, that is assuming Strozk ever did any useful work for the FBI. I’m not certain that is the case,

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        • Proud American from Texas says:

          You may be exactly right, but I think Strozk’s mentality and arrogance would lead him to do many things illegally or underhandedly to “get his man” that he wouldn’t accept from an underling. He wants the status and prestige of winning convictions “that matter”.
          But he would be critical or very hard on someone else who might steal his (Strozk’s) thunder, if they didn’t do things exactly right. Kinda like okay for me, but not for thee.
          Just a thought!

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        • dallasdan says:

          My lawyer friend told me that everything he touched is inadmissible in a prosecution proceeding because it is “fruit of the poisonous tree.” It’s probably the reason Mueller fired him immediately after his texts were revealed.

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    • jmclever says:

      only the other scheming serial liars got upset when Louie called out Strzok for being a scheming serial liar

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  30. farmhand1927 says:

    Is Madame Page going to also testify on live TV so we the people can read the hand signals and such for ourselves?

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  31. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Text message from Lisa Page, “POTUS wants to know everything.” Was she there in person or who told her?

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    • G3 says:

      Rep. John Ratcliffe reveals Lisa Page admitted her text messages with Peter Strzok “mean exactly what they say,” contrary to Strzok’s testimony

      Text message from Lisa Page, “POTUS wants to know everything.”

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      That is exactly what I’ve been wondering myself. How did she get the message? Who passed that on from the pResident?

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  32. Kay123 says:

    Example of International crime…with-held from public.
    the assassination attempts Oct, 1, 2017 at the Tropicana of Prince
    Salmon….by ISIS (hired by the Prince Alwaleed…Mandalay Bay Co-Owner) still not
    not made public by FBI..CIA..HSA… or police…or .news media???
    The fact that there were numerous shooters killing people….(by ISIS) That
    Paddock was the FIRST VICTIM SHOT. That victums reported shooting
    on the Country Music crowd from the roof top and helicopters shooting down
    on them. The helipad on Mandalay Bay was the escape route for
    Paddocks killers….through secret back stairway to roof heliport ….
    ..and security and police waited until “they” staged the crime scene before they entered
    so as to frame Paddock to fit their narrative, “Paddock was the ONLY SHOOTER””…
    “lie” they were going to SPIN for the public.

    Remember the Demoncrap motto??
    ” Never let a disaster go to waste.”

    The FBI, and POLICE were already there BEFORE THE FIRST SHOT
    was FIRED….as there were shots fired at the Tropicana….and Casino
    customers were hiding there while police and FBI lined
    up on the street near the Tropicana, just as the first shots were fired…
    at the Mandalay Bay to snuff out Paddock….(by ISIS, CIA, FBI, Security, or
    Police) ???
    Why were they there??? Who set this up?

    I smell a Clintonwitch and Obumhole trying to help get
    Prince Salmon snuffed out.
    Prince Alwaleed was thick with globalists Obumhole, Clintnwich.
    They were partners in crime….with deep pockets….billionaire
    Alwaleed…..who is now in royal prison for corruption. ….along with
    others who were criminals.
    “They” executed a coverup….””GUN CONTROL”.
    for the ring leaders of “FAST AND FURIOUS FAME””
    Paddock was the patsy.

    Is this the “investigation ” the CIA, FBI and DOJ, is covering up, obstructing,
    with the TRUMP INVESTIGATION??

    Clintnwich and Obumhole, owe Alwaleed favors big time!!! Could this fiasco
    be payback??? Or corroboration by all three.

    This is how they cover up crap. Denial…lie…blame… lie…
    THEN TURN THEIR LIE ONTO THE ACCUSER…..
    until it is old news and forgotten by gullible,
    narrow minded public.

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  33. Convert says:

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/intel-chair-fbi-doj-obstructing-trump-probe-hope-dem-takeover-congress/ Boom! Nunes telling the truth about the Deep state and the media– joined at the hip. Tweet and Facebook this everywhere, friends!

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  34. magatrump says:

    Wray, Sessions, Rosenstein all black hats.

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  35. Akh says:

    One of things that was clear to me in regards to Page, was that it was very easy for her to appear cooperative in comparison to Strzok. Thats might have been part of a strategy. Also, do not forget she ignored the subpoena, which allowed her full knowledge of Strzok’s testimony.

    Page not only had FBI council present, she was actually directing them and using hand signals
    to get the lawyers to object at certain times! I think Ratcliffe mentioned this yesterday. So, I wouldn’t trust her at all. They are still attempting a cover up.

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    • Dutchman says:

      You got 5 suspects, and 1 dead victim. Each gets seperate trial, and each says “it wasn’t me, it was,….some other guy (one of the other 4).

      Entirely possible that ALL 5 get off, cause in each trial, reasonable doubt is created, that THAT defendant pulled the trigger.
      That MAY be what’s going on here.
      We certainly saw,it with Comey, pointing finger at Lynch and McCabe.

      And, it CAN be effective defence. Only refuted with airtite, irrefutable AND admissible evidence.

      Like email saying “I killed him”.
      We’re close, but No cigar, yet.

      We KNOW what they did, and who did it, but still need to prove, either in court of public opinion, or in court of law, beyond reasonable doubt.

      It’s coming, in the time.

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  36. Akindole says:

    “…FBI is corrupt, not just the officials.”

    Officially woke.

    Liked by 3 people

  37. citizen817 says:

    Chris Farrell on Dobbs

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Give it to her if she turns on McCabe, Strzok, and Comey!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bubby says:

      Ex black Presidents are untouchable to use an old TV FBI nomenclature! There is no way the deep state, msm or Democrats will allow the deposition of obama just isn’t going to happen, it will be called a “high tech lynching” by the alt right! Unfortunately! What needs to done is unseal obama’s college records and his Hawaii birth records. Hope that is done some day!

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      • mashall says:

        Only in the brainwashed politically correct world-view mind are Blacks untouchable.
        Marion Barry
        “This is a set up”
        “THE B*TCH SET ME UP!”

        [video src="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Marion_Barry_smoking_crack_video.webm" /]

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  39. White Apple says:

    Trump has control of the timeline as to how, when and where. IMO, Trump is patiently waiting for his “perfect time”. It has everything to do with the midterm election which Trump desperately needs Republicans to win. Trump understands the attention-span of the average voter and will want the focus of malfeasance at its apex in terms of the election.

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Has a little something to do with
      1) educating the public
      2) gaining support of public to take action (looking at the hysteria out there today one doesn’t have to be a rocket scientist to know NOW is NOT the time
      3) getting HIS judges in place
      4) MOST of all, getting Mueller to close shop

      these major items are always forgotten when supporters start shouting “declassify”, fire (whomever)

      Bottom Line: it is POTUS against the Deep State (which is global, not just a couple of thousand progressive/uniparty people…)

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      • Lady in Red says:

        Yeah he has a lot to do in the next 6 1/2 years. Don’t think we will ever have the gift of another POTUS like President Trump. He knows it and seeks to not just drain the swamp, but completely destroy it to negate attempts to refill it. I trust he has a plan, and only the long game works in such a massive exercise.

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        • DanO64 says:

          yep

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        • deplorablegracie says:

          Good comment m’Lady! The corrupt bureaucrats are like lice. The blood sucking parasites have to be meticulously removed from hair, everything they’ve come in contact with has to be washed in hot water or disinfected, or isolated until they die, and everyone has to have their head checked. If u don’t do it right they’ll be back

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  40. Cheri Lawrence says:

    I am really loving Gohmert, he keeps calling it all out on national stage and especially keeps harping on the Clinton emails being stolen not by Russia which is totally counter to the narrative. Also love that he keeps calling Brennen and Clapper out by name because these two are guilty of some of the highest treason in my book! As he says the dawgs barkin the loudest hahaha!!! Nobody in the MSM dare ask or speculate which country.

    Curious he has stated several times that “they” had access to all her emails except 4. A very precise reference.

    We are seeing the madness kick into high gear right now in full panic. I expect the internet to be further whitewashed right now. I had a huge mega meme folder from the Q team on my desktop that turned up empty overnight.

    Winning!!

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Agree, Russian thing is all the corrupters of the last eight years have in their attempt to cover their outrageous corruption even possibly the transfer of military plans, equipment, IP etc for hidden payments to the swamp members.

      Not working the electorate get it and if I may many of the uninformed are no longer uninformed. Game over we are winning.

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    • jmclever says:

      Those are the 4 emails that really were about yoga and Chelsea’s wedding

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  41. magatrump says:

    We are over the target. Just like POTUS said and SD, the Dem server is the key and has information on it that will hang them all.

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  42. JoD says:

    While the dust slowly begins to settle on the latest media manufactured outrage, don’t forget to update/start your list of those who formerly had some credibility/reliability and now have NONE.
    Lots of a new and disappointing low hanging fruit.
    Immediately following the press availability with Putin, The Drudge Report Headline read…
    TRUMP…GOAL! with a picture of a smiling President Trump tossing the soccer ball to FLOTUS.
    However, within minutes of the media tantrum, the headline was changed and read…
    Putin Dominates in Helsinki, with picture of a cowering President Trump.
    If The Drudge Report isn’t on your list…this would be the time to add it.

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  43. Rami says:

    Gohmert repeated what was said during Strozk’s testimony about another entity other than Russia having Hillary’s emails.

    https://truepundit.com/fbi-lisa-page-dimes-out-top-fbi-officials-during-classified-house-testimony-bureau-bosses-covered-up-evidence-china-hacked-hillarys-top-secret-emails/

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  44. be says:

    No Priestap yet. Somehow this is all connected.
    from Feb 2018
    on utube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bh06qOsePSM
    House Intelligence Committee member Chris Stewart became guarded and chose his words carefully when Janine Pirror suggested Bill Priestap had flipped and was cooperating with an investigation of the FBI 7th floor personnel. His behavior and wording imply sensitive information he is unable to divulge
    as yet.

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  45. Abigail says:

    Can someone tell me the meaning of the Readhed peering out in the horizon in some of Sundance;s articles?

    Liked by 1 person

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      She is watching the approaching storm….

      ….which is the full, public revelation of the “Big Ugly” and the CIA/FBI/DOJ’s political weaponization of US intelligence resources, means, and methods for use against US persons and the GOP in particular.

      Think: Ministry for State Security Service…SSD….commonly known as “Stasi”.

      I believe what will eventually be uncovered is that as soon as Obama took office an 8 year grand scheme was implemented to politically weaponize all branches of the US Gov’t against We, the People and “fundamentally change” (as Obama put it) our nation.

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    • Well, ya know, art is so cool because it evokes different interpretations from different people, so here’s mine.

      She is a vulnerable young woman observing a massive storm approach her, but she has no fear. Look closely and see if you can find the cross in her hair.

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  46. Jay j says:

    Lisa, dear Lisa, WAS FIRED. Q posted this. I am so tired of all these people writing about how she resigned. BULL. FIRED, as she should have been FIRED

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  48. Rodney G. Graves says:

    Tiimelines don’t match.

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