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

    • SwampRatTerrier says:

      Fyi

      Nick Short 🇺🇸

      @PoliticalShort
      FBI and DOJ are putting all their chips on Republicans losing the House so that their Democratic allies can shut down the longstanding Intelligence Committee probe, which has unearthed information disputing claims of “collusion” in recent months. http://freebeacon.com/national-security/intel-chair-fbi-doj-obstructing-trump-probe-hope-dem-takeover-congress/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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      • De Oppresso Libre says:

        Is the SCOTUS planning to take up Voter ID in the Fall before the elections? I sure hope so, because you can rest assured we are going to experience voter fraud on a scale never before seen in American politics. We need to start now trying to defend against it every way we can…..for starters, get rid of every SOROS – OWNED electronic voting machine!

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        • AH_C says:

          I’m sure Trump has a plan to expedite printing ballots for locations that don’t have a paper back up.

          SCOTUS reconvenes in October and with Kav joining them, I can see them weighing in if called by Trump.

          But I wouldn’t worry about rampant fraud. Because Trump will have declassified everything by the beginning of October at the very latest. By that time, those that have yet to #walkaway will be scrambling to #runaway. Diehards and lunatics excepted. 😂

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          • FrankieZ says:

            I am with you on Trump declassifying everything in early October or the last week of September. He said yesterday or the day before that he does not want to get involved with the Justice Dept. But if something did come up, he would. If he feels the Demo Craps gaining momentum, he will definitely get involved.

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          • De Oppresso Libre says:

            True, and also a very correct observation. But, there are also numerous republican Uniparty members about to be exposed as well. My opinion is that we destroy the democrats and then clean the Uniparty vermin out of the republicans. There is a very real possibility that should full disclosure of the Uniparty’s crimes occur, there is no accurate method to assess how the house will swing.

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        • Enki's Advocate says:

          I share your concerns about fraud, because that’s the only way the democrats can win. I feel the best way to deal with it would be, as you suggest, taking up Voter ID, but in addition I hope PDJT declares an emergency and mandates paper ballots and manual counts. Those are essential for an honest election, since the electronic machines have been proven over and over to be easily hacked or pre-programmed for a desired result.

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          • dutzie60 says:

            Enki, the emergency could be because of the Most Severe threat ever of Russian interference with our hallowed voting. He must act to keep the Russians from doing anything to affect our democratic right to a Fair election that is Free from corruption from foreign countries. LOL
            POTUS Do It!!! 🙂

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          • De Oppresso Libre says:

            I agree. I too wish the President would make a national issue of voter fraud and protecting the integrity of our elections; the examples of the America haters cheating are numerous.

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        • peace says:

          I agree. Illegals voting is a far greater threat to the integrity of our election process than anything related to the Russians.

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        • Paper ballots. Purple fingers.

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        • Otto Matsch says:

          A gubernatorial election in Washingon state was stolen by dems using fraudulent voters. In Seattle hundreds of “voters” were listed as living in the same room. The fraudulent election, was not vacated. About a dozen people were prosecuted, but the dems got away with it.

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          • Dimbulbz says:

            I had to leave Washington State. The Christine Gregiore stolen Governorship would have landed me in jail in protest of that insane farce. They just manufactured the votes they needed to win. Thankfully I fled to Texas prior to that and have never looked back at a corrupt and broken state of Washington.

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          • Blaze says:

            It has got much worse under Inslee. Second highest fuel tax in the nation. Roads are still trashed and getting worse. A freeway to nowhere here in Spokane. You left in time.

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          • mickjt says:

            It gets down to Crooked Judges allowing Crooked Democraps to do voter fraud, it’s that simple!

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          • De Oppresso Libre says:

            Another example of the 5th column media completely ignoring the 800 lbs. gorilla in the room.

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        • Sherri Young says:

          Paper ballots. Period.
          Also, the laws governing ballot retention after the elections must provide enough time for FOIA inspections and legal remedies. When I requested to audit the paper trail on the ballot by mail process of a May election a few years ago, I found that I could not be shown the applications for some of those voters until after the November elections in that year. I believe Direct Action Texas has been advocating for legislation to fix this.

          http://directactiontx.com/

          http://directactiontx.com/why-paper-matters/

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    • omyword says:

      But Wait…there’s more! Did you know Peter Strzok was raised in Iran and Saudi Arabia? Oh there is soooooooo much more!
      https://bigleaguepolitics.com/exposed-peter-strzok-grew-up-in-iran-worked-as-obama-and-brennans-envoy-to-iranian-regime/

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  1. Swedishmeatball says:

    As Flep mentioned above about HRC’s private home server. There was a Q drop quite awhile ago about how Eric Schmidt from Google set up a private server in North Korea so HRC, Obama and the rest of the top people could communicate privately. Since China controlled NK, they wouldn’t need to hack HRC’S server…it’s right there for them to see everything! Right? I would think China would share or sale that information with Russia and whoever else for a fee.

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  2. The Akh says:

    So Page seems like she has flipped, maybe. Anybody want to guess who Mueller is going to grant immunity for the Manafort case?

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  3. Toto says:

    Where is this John Hubber Guy?

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  4. Echo says:

    Doesn’t matter.
    The DoJ has already refused to prosecute.
    The DoJ is the only entity that can prosecute.
    Trump hater Rosie controls the DoJ.
    Sessions allows that.
    Evidence doesn’t matter until Rosie is replaced.

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  5. Howie says:

    Tainted Truth…DDD Report….
    The tainted truth is that true facts that conflict with the UNIPARTY lies. Nuff said.

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  6. woohoowee says:

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  7. 4sure says:

    SD, hope this is repeated often” As a consequence the institution of the FBI is corrupt, not just the officials.” When the institution is corrupt, it is waaaaaaaay past time to abolish it.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      The best option seems to be to slowly eliminate the Federal level FBI and keep the satellite FBI offices in the States. This would de-centralize power so something tragic like this could not happen again – just like with elections. Centralized power has corrupted the FBI and decimated law and order at the hands of a few. Only the absolute essential functions of the FBI should remain, but should be placed under different agencies. At such time the re-structuring occurs, PDJT’s administration can easily hire “clean” people and rid the infestation of biased political hacks and career government do-nothings.

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      • Tparty says:

        Let’s start by removing the intelligence and domestic spying apparatus and make them Cops again who must adhere to Constitutional limitations. Those aspects should be run jointly by the DOJ, NSA and MI, tightly overseen by congress and conducted in areformed FISA court in which the .gov doesn’t just get to stipulate facts leading to general warrants without challenge by a representitive of the People and the Constitution.

        Tparty

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  8. Did anybody else catch the mention that there may be no public testimony from Ms Page? This may be important. Why? Peter Strzok, along with his cohorts do not get access to what she said in private.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Maybe she is a little bitter about how everything turned out with her former loverboy Strzok? “He!! hath no fury like a woman scorned,” and all that. Here’s hoping that she’ll do the right thing and turn that crooked Agency upside down. M A G A

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Paul, with dems in the room? They will know everything.

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    • Jederman says:

      Oh, he’ll get access via her FBI “lawyers” and the sneaky little dem scheisse sticks lobbing her softballs, and taking copious notes. The fix is in. There will be no justice through the system. In the end it’s down to PTrump. If he doesn’t make a move they will remain in place.

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    • Kintbury says:

      Don’t be ridiculous. The Democrats will be on the phone at the first pee break.

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    • AH_C says:

      Except the uniparty is also at the hearings. I’m thinking, more to protect her testimony from the public until after the grand juries and revealed during the trials.

      Supposedly there were offers of immunity only for 2 people from DOJ and 3 from CIA. Looks like Lisa took one of the DOJ spots.

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    • Interrogating her publicly on camera is a PR win for the other side. I see no way that anyone running for election this fall (except a very very minute few) would have the courage to go on TV looking bad “waging a war on women” — and this *will* be the way its spun by the media to keep their base riled up.

      Once they’ve gotten everything on the same page and if she *is* a cooperative witness, later public testimony might happen.

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    • Retired USMC says:

      Oh, don’t you worry about that…..there were plenty of rats in attendance. They probably had it 15 minutes after it was over.

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    • MAGADJT says:

      Whatevs. The dems on the committee will deliver a transcript every hour on the hour.

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  9. Howie says:

    It just gets worse. Now Muelley wants immunity for five criminals in order to get Manifort for…something. Only criminals need immunity. 5 for 1 scheme in progress. March these traitor out!
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-07-17/mueller-asks-manafort-judge-to-give-immunity-to-five-witnesses

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Makes no sense because POTUS can pardon the white hats or black hats unless you be so dirty. As far as information on the corruption as well as the Mueller fantasy BS Trump and his folks know.

      IMHO as soon as the investigation and investigators of the Mueller joke are exposed many in the group will be found guilty of more crimes. You would be really stupid to not think this corrupt group has been watched the whole time with the good guys taking notes, names and gonna kick a$$. Soros has also exposed himself and his paid for regime 2008-16. Jump to msm today, the puppets or Pinocchio spoke on cue.

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      • RoddREpub says:

        I’d love for Trump to have Soros turned over to Putin. That’s a win win win win win win win win win. We would never see or hear from him again. Well see at least those screams will be heard far and wide!

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    • If it is proven that Mueller is acting in an illegitimate capacity (and I think it will), don’t count on these people being protected by any immunity offered by him.

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  10. pgroup says:

    While I think that DJT should de-classify everything, I am convinced that none of it should have been classified in the first place. Classifying documents and info is for protecting govt activities. It is not for protecting personal exposure.

    Mis-classifying material for the purpose of hiding personal malfeasance is a crime called obstruction of justice since justice has no room for criminals to hide their deeds. A lot of people are exposed to criminal liability for misclassifying material so it is obvious why they oppose exposure.

    But what about the leaks of “classified” material (which was misclassified in the first place? If the material is not subject to being classified at all, then leaking it cannot be leaking classified material. This could explain the loudmouthing of Comey and the smirking of Stzrok. It could also explain the willingness of Mizz Page to talk honestly. I think that she could be changing her mind about DJT but she’d never admit it if she was.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Mrs. Bill Clinton’s whole secret personal web server was an “obstruction of justice.” No one in the DOJ seemed to have seen it that way though. Apparently it was A-OK for her to hide away her government communications while Secretary of State. Wonder why that is?

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Americans showed just how lazy and uninterested in their democracy they are when we learned of this and there was not a huge uproar from everyone.

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  11. Doppler says:

    The proof backing up the allegations in the indictment either came from PRISM, in which case the evidence might stand up, or they were made up by CrowdStrike using Marble Vault 7 like tools to look like that is what happened. In the first case, the events should have happened, and been recorded by PRISM, in synch with the events as they happened on the DNC servers and the Russian hackers’ machines. In the second case, they would’ve been made up later. There is likely forensic evidence within PRISM and on the various devices that would reveal which is more plausible. DNC and FBI hiding all the servers speaks volumes in this context. MSM lack of curiosity does, too.

    We already know from Bill Binney at VIPS (up at ConsortiumNews) that the claim that the DNC email were hacked and downloaded from overseas is inconsistent with various forensic evidence that suggests instead that the email were downloaded at much higher rate than internet connections would allow onto a thumbdrive from a computer in the Eastern Time Zone. Bill Binney has briefed the President.

    One of the President’s mentors whom I never admired was Roy Cohen, a lawyer you’d want only if you were guilty as hell and wanted to inflict so much delay and other pain on your accusers that they would want to give up. One lesson Trump attributes to Cohen was that he said, “I bring out the worst in people, and then use their worst to destroy them.” I suspect Trump is using this tactic here, bringing out the worst in Obama, Brennan, the MSM, etc., etc. by trolling them, taunting them, being contradictory and unpredictable with them, all to get them to pontificate from their worst positions, while keeping close track, able to nail them in the end.

    It’s not a tactic I admire, and is intensely frustrating to informed members of the public, who just want a straight answer from those pulling the levers of power, spending our tax money. And if Trump isn’t following this tactic, I have no idea what he is doing, or why.

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    • This would seem to fit the current level of hysteria. Seems like all those that are/were looking for an excuse to abandon Trump have found it.
      I have caught myself thinking one word and saying another in meetings at work. No where near the pressure level of what President Trump has been subjected to this past few days.
      So the worst has been brought out in both the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks. And if our President needs to borrow me, Mable, and Bessie to help destroy these “people”; I can clear some room on my schedule rather quickly.

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    • CopperTop says:

      Don’t know if you saw my post about what’s in the redactions on Page 85 Sentence 2…PRISM is most likely the redactions.

      Fits your post.

      But Prism is social media culling program (invented by GCHQ some say) so the server bit in your post I get a little lost…Most of what PRISM combines is what is routed in national ISPs…to the individual user.

      I’m not sure PRISM was hacking anything.

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    • Jacaranda11816 says:

      Interesting points about the servers, Doppler. I find Bill Binney very credible, generally.

      It wasn’t surprising to see RINO poobah, Paul Ryan, center stage for yesterday’s outrage theater.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Doppler said:
      “I suspect Trump is using this tactic here, bringing out the worst in Obama, Brennan, the MSM, etc., etc. by trolling them, taunting them, being contradictory and unpredictable with them, all to get them to pontificate from their worst positions, while keeping close track, able to nail them in the end.”

      Man, that’s a great scenario, I’ll cross fingers that it’s true.
      Thx for that, keeps the spirits up.

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      • Phil says:

        It really has similarities with the story of Elijah and the prophets of baal. Elijah let them rant and wail to no avail to bring fire down upon the altar. He let them go to their heart’s content but no false god would consent. Finally in one fell swoop, he called upon God to destroy the altar and all that was on it.
        ADDENDUM- Not one false prophet escaped the wrath that awaited them after this event!

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        • Rynn69 says:

          Its the same as the ole “do nothing…they’ll hang themselves”. PDJT at some point must address this and will not be able to ignore it like Keebler. The absolute lawlessness and violations of civil liberties must be stopped.

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    • AH_C says:

      Best way to shine a light into every crevasse is to slowly and deliberately route the beam slowly from spot to spot and linger as long as necessary. Move too fast and stuff remains hidden at first sight.

      It’s slow and tedious but thorough.

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    • MelH says:

      Doppler, read The Art of War (Gen. SunTzu) and you’ll see exactly what Trump is doing.

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      • mickjt says:

        Yes, driving the enemy mad is a great part of SunTzus and Pres Trumps overall strategy!

        What better way to do it than, as I say, wetting on their shoes, then their heads to let them know where they stand.

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  12. johneb18 says:

    Is there any corroboration for the Gohmert claim about Hillary’s emails going to a foreign entity? Like has Frank Rucker said anywhere that he told Gohmert this, or otherwise corroborated?

    The person I am arguing with, my dad, was basically calling the DC article by Luke Rosiak clickbait.

    We’ve all suspected that her emails ended up somewhere, but I am not sure this is corroboration of that yet?

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      The Inspector General of the Intel Community plus others, including an attorney, are the group who met with Strzok.
      Strzok admitted to it in his Congressional testimony, under oath.
      Search for a WHOLE lip of the Gohmert questions of Strzok, perhaps by searching for Gohmert/Strzok on youtube.
      Perhaps Strzok’s own admission will be good enough for your dad.

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      • johneb18 says:

        Strzok didn’t admit to it. He said he did not recall the specifics of the conversation.

        And the ICIG info has not been made public, per Luke Rosiak of Daily Caller.

        Someone said Katica @GOPPollAnalyst had it, but her document just shows the number of emails in question, not that they were delivered to any foreign country.

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    • Shadrach says:

      Yes. This is the “anomaly” Gohmert was talking about during the Strozk hearing. I’ve been hearing rumors the “anomaly” was those emails (except for 4) going to China. Rumors is all I’ve heard regarding China, but it’s not in debate that they were read by a foreign entity that is not Russia. I personally would have bet money on Pakistan, but hey.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Strzok admitted it in his congessional testimony when questioned….

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    • Dimbulbz says:

      I understand that Lisa Page has testified that the Email hack was China, not Russia. – Not sure if she was in a position to know. Perhaps its not Russia.

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  14. History Teaches says:

    Strzok is a lifelong spy. Page a lawyer. Both professions where there really is no meaning to ‘truth’ in the conventional sense. It’s just a term that serves as a tool to be manipulated to achieve a predetermined result.

    That said, my gut instinct is that Strzok is much more evil and toxic than Page. Pure lust for control and power seems to be in his DNA. There have even been links here about his father’s dubious past and other red flag family connections.

    I can’t see him ever taking a backward step, acknowledging an iota of remorse or guilt. I can even envision him walking to the electric chair with a sneer of contempt. A true Nazi like persona.

    My guess is that Page was more of an ambitious beaureacrat, with delusions of her own importance and an inflated sense of her brilliance.

    I read all the available exchanges between them and Strzok played to her ego, telling her how smart she was, how she put things together quickly, how she had such a superior big picture vision. And he flattered her constantly about how she deserved promotions and was better than others in their small group.

    Not to mention the possibilities of holding some sort of charasmatic control over her, factoring in their affair.

    Strzok was always in manipulative spook mode, because that was who he really was heart and (hypothetical) soul.

    He also was married to a swamp actor, she wasn’t, and was raising a toddler. Presumably each of their private home lives had different dynamics of emotion and ambition. It would really be interesting to learn more in that regard about each family.

    We shall see how it all plays out. Both are criminals and must face justice. But the path each takes may determine the final outcome.

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  15. daughnworks247 says:

    I sure would love to get my hands on the passports of the bad actors in the FBI/CIA/DOJ and State Dept.

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  16. clipe says:

    Stevie Mac, of “Hockey Stick” busting fame, twitter thread.

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  17. nimrodman says:

    I’m constantly tearing my hair out that important players can’t get the story straight.

    Rand Paul was just on Fox, and as way of explaining yesterday’s brouhaha about what PresTrump said, Paul explained that PresTrump is naturally defensive because he is the target of the “Russia investigation” …

    … but that “there’s another part to the investigation and that’s ‘who hacked into Hillary Clinton’s emails yada yada …”

    No

    It has not been reported definitively that anyone hacked into Hillary’s emails, nor is it a main point of discussion or main target of the “Russia Russia Russia” investigation.

    It’s the DNC server and Podesta’s emails that have been reported “hacked” and even then, that’s not even true. DNC emails passed on to Wikileaks were downloaded “in-network” and carted off, and Podesta fell for a phishing attack and gave away his password.

    But to see Rand stand up and state that a main subject of the investigations is “who hacked Hillary Clinton’s emails” is beyond the pale at this point.

    They may well have been hacked, most alarmingly by foreign actors tapping her wide-open home-brew server. But that’s another story. There’s been a lot of speculation about that and a few reports in mostly peripheral media, but it’s not been reported with confidence, widely accepted, or publicly stated to a main objective of the Russia Russia Russia “investigations” as far as I’m aware.

    Cheesh …

    Get a clue, Rand. Do some frikkin’ homework, willya?

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    • Binkser1 says:

      Yes I hate as well when our side buys into and continues to repeat the Lefts narrative like it’s fact. There has been no proof to substantiate that it was a hack.

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      • spren says:

        And then conflated between Hillary’s private unsecured server while SOS, vs her campaign server when running in 2016. Most of the Hillary’s emails we seen were RELEASED by the FBI itself during its so-called investigation regarding her flagrant tenure as SOS. I”m not sure any of her campaign emails were ever released, hacked, or revealed in any manner.

        And the other fact that has been very successfully obfuscated, is that regardless of the means of the exposure of the DNC/Podesta emails, it was the content of the emails themselves that were damaging. The Russians didn’t compose these emails, but rather were the compositions of the DNC and Podesta. These emails displayed the horrendous conduct of the DNC in fixing the primaries against Sanders, and Podesta’s extreme perversions. The media/Democrats always try to deflect from what the contents of these emails revealed, and try instead to keep the narrative about how they were released.

        So, allowing Americans to see how despicable the DNC/et al were is portrayed as the Russians throwing the election to Trump. Where are the Republicans who can articulate this very basic and plain truth?

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        • Fools Gold says:

          Well there’s only 12 in the senate and they don’t do that well at articulating with airtime their given even though their solid as they come, now if your counting on turtle and company to say something meaningful, IMO that’s why Trump is there…

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    • rumpole2 says:

      That is why I commented yesterday that Trump was wise to not concede that “Russia Meddled in the election” because the Media and Dems have already conflated “meddling” (whatever that is) with HACKING DNC and Podesta…. and as you point out… Rand Paul confuses the issue even further by (stupidly) throwing in “Hacked Hillary’s emails”
      If Trump concedes “Russians Meddled” then all the UNPROVEN “Hacking” is automatically taken to be included.

      I would like to see SOMEBODY take this alleged “hacking” and at least CLEARLY show evidence it happened…. and then perhaps evidence of “Whodunuit”? I suspect it did not happen at all in the case of DNC and Podesta… but DID HAPPEN to Crooked Hillary’s emails… but IT WAS NOT RUSSIA.

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      • Shadrach says:

        Thank you Rumpole. Plus spearfishing is not hacking.

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      • Trumpelstiltsken says:

        Our side (POTUS included) needs to put a moratorium on the words “meddled” (and “interfered”), and instead specify the acts (if any) that have been proven to constitute this “meddling.” To my understanding, that would be the pathetic Facebook ads and nothing more. “Meddling” has taken on a grandiose life of its own, and the sheeple need to be reeled back into reality.

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        • rumpole2 says:

          Yeah…

          How about a press release…
          “17US Intelligence agencies agree that some Russian nationals took out a few fb ads”

          Mind you even that should be put in the context of nationals from many countries also took out “political” fb ads during the US election My guess is that several countries spent more on fb ads hat Russia did. I would take a CLOSE LOOK at UK, for instance whose spies were clearly in collusion with Obama, DNC, and “Crooked Hillary Inc.”

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        • spren says:

          You are exactly correct in my opinion. The only facts that have been demonstrated concerning Russian “meddling” were the spending ($100K) to post spurious ads on Facebook. How can the Intelligence Community comment with certainty about the “hack” of the DNC servers when they were never able to perform forensic analysis? I don’t buy any of this idiocy although it seems like it is now taken as a given by the establishment, including so may dunces in the Republican party.

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          • AH_C says:

            100k only gets you enough pizza and soda to keep a modest handful of coders and geeks operating for about a year.

            The dems spend more than that in a week operating their bots. Just saying. And how much is Mexico spending in support of amnesty?

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      • Fools Gold says:

        Perhaps the lion at his peak is playing possum. He has a reset button in his hand so any time he so chooses is fine with me.

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    • CopperTop says:

      You any good at diagrams? Some people here don’t quite get how you get all the information from a server without hacking the server itself.

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    • Amy2 says:

      He may be responding to Gohmert saying HILLARY’S emails went to a foreign source, not Russia, and all the president gets is Russia, Russia, Russia. I don’t think he was confused here, just focusing on a different hack.

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  18. Either Trump declassifies or there is something he finds worthy of hiding from the public. Now I’ve been patient and I will continue be, but time is running out. He will be impeached and removed should the Dems win. What the hell is the point of it all? I agree with Newt. How can anyone suggest Trump was cat his best yesterday. He was clearly exhausted. Sometimes Ifeel like CTH is more of a support group, like a 10 step program, repeating what we want to hear., rather than giving us a practical reality show. We have no idea what’s going on or whether Sessions or Wray, for instance, are on the up and up. I have no idea what’s going to happen. Nor do any of us. I give up. Declassify damnit!!!!

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    • phoenixRising says:

      read here much?
      I ask because if you did you would know what declassification involves. Google it.

      He will NOT be impeached.

      If you feel CTH is a 10 step program, then maybe you should take your rants elsewhere.

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      • Plowboy says:

        He didn’t say CTH was a 10 step program, he said some times he felt like it is. He is frustrated like many are. And a lot of people are losing patience when they see nothing is done in the area of arrests, for the crimes we see sited on this blog.

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    • AH_C says:

      Still have 3 solid months till election day.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Sessions is focused on the border and Wray is a tool, so you can put those wonderings to rest. There are a lot of thinking people here and I appreciate their views (mostly) and more importantly, their investigatory talents! I definitely acknowledge a higher power, Jesus Christ; but I don’t need the other steps, and I wouldn’t look for them here. ‘Appreciate your frustrations on declassification!!

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      • mickjt says:

        Pres. Trump is a supreme strategist. He’s read and understands SunTszu and employs those ideas all the time. I get that lots of us are frustrated…I feel Pres. Trump is waiting for the perfect moment to drop the MOAB on the DIMS and all the FBI and DOJ Scum! I am very patient and await that day!

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  19. California Joe says:

    McConnell needs to let Trump fire Sessions and Rosenstein and then do a recess appointment for a new Attorney General. Rosenstein and Mueller are not only sabotaging President Trump they are directly hurting the American people. Negotiations with Putin should never have been undermined with nonsensical indictments of low level Russian bureaucrats suspected of hacking a computer when issues like ending the Iran nuclear deal, North Korea disarmament and ending a bloodbath in Syria which already cost a million lives are jeopardized. What Mueller and Rosenstein did to America is treason, sedition and sabotage. Jeff Sessions, who I dearly love, needs to go if that is the price which must be paid to rid ourselves of these two albatrosses!

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    • nimrodman says:

      Question for the parliamentarians:

      Can McConnell simply gavel the Senate into recess, perhaps in reply to a motion?
      Is it the Senate that needs to be in recess for recess appointments?
      Or the House too?

      In other words, what’s required for recess?
      And does it depend wholly on the will of the Senate and/or House leaders?

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      • NoJuan Importante says:

        You need to quit worrying about it. Its not happening. Let McConnell figure out the best courses of action. He’s going to keep Senators in session to keep them off the campaign trail. People bitch and moan about his tepid support of Trump, but it is still support. He is the master of strategy and his decisions almost always survive Monday morning quarterbacking.

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        • NoJuan Importante says:

          He is the old rat in the millhouse. He knows every crack, every hole, every rat trap and he has an instinctive nose for danger that has kept him alive these many years.

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          • nimrodman says:

            That’s all well and good, NoJuan, but I was specifically and solely asking about the parliamentary requirements. From those who are knowledgeable about that.

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            • phoenixRising says:

              iirc nimrodman, during recess, if just one member REMAINS, POTUS cannot get his people through during recess.

              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recess_appointment

              As far as judicial appointments go, McConnell appears to be moving them through… as quickly as he can.

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              • daughnworks247 says:

                They did an entire roll call today, for cloture, to vote on an Asst Sec for Education – 18 months late, vote was 50-49.
                Ridiculous.
                Keep them there 24/7/365 until they are done.
                Time to get in the gutter.

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              • nimrodman says:

                thanks, phoenix, but that’s the inverse of what I’m asking

                Last time around, they kept Congress in session and had one person remain to fulfill the rule you cite. It was a scheme to keep Congress IN session and deny recess appointments.

                I’m asking the inverse. What is required to gavel Congress OUT of session?
                To recess.

                I presume there might be motions to block recess, but those would have to be voted on and might be defeated.

                But I’m not asking what keeps Congress in session, I’m asking what’s required to take it to recess.

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                • nimrodman says:

                  ah, and I see testpointwp provided an answer downthread a ways

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                • phoenixRising says:

                  Sorry I misunderstood you nimrodman

                  Here’s an article that may answer some of your questions… ignore the focus, the removal etc.

                  https://newrepublic.com/minutes/144027/no-trump-cant-use-congress-recess-squash-russia-scandal-unless-democrats-let-him

                  Perhaps someone with expertise can give clarity…

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                • nimrodman says:

                  thx very much for digging out that article, phoenix, it’s very much to the point and means it’s not as simple as I surmised from testpoint’s reply below.

                  not as simple as motion-second-vote, apparently Dems could meaningfully oppose adjournment according to the article you cited. that’s a horse of a different color.

                  yea, without stating my motive and just asking about the technical, the thought I was entertaining is “what if McConnell gets on the train and drops the objection to confirming a replacement for Sessions that he previously and emphatically voiced?”

                  that still doesn’t mean PresTrump would pull the trigger, it still might be construed by Dems and others as “interfering with investigations”.

                  but just running “what-ifs” in my mind.

                  thanks again.

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        • AH_C says:

          Trump is taking Mitch’s strengths as parliamentarian and forcing him to use it, whether Mitch likes it or not.

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      • testpointwp says:

        “The motion to adjourn is always a privileged motion except when its effect if adopted, would be to dissolve the assembly permanently. The privileged motion to adjourn takes precedence over all others except the privileged motion to fix the time in which to adjourn, to which it yields. It cannot be debated or amended or have any other subsidiary motion applied to it. It may be withdrawn, but a vote on it cannot be reconsidered.”

        Robert’s Rules of Order

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        • nimrodman says:

          thx, testpoint

          attempting to reduce that legalese somewhat, it sound quite simple.
          — motion to adjourn
          — probably a requirement to second
          — vote on the motion

          — no debate “It cannot be debated”

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        • nimrodman says:

          thx testpoint

          sounds straightforward, then:
          — motion to adjourn, second (I’d presume), vote
          — no debate, not attachments

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          • nimrodman says:

            … sorry, thought my 1st reply went into the ether

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          • testpointwp says:

            An aside and off topic. I became an expert in Robert’s Rules of Order while serviing on the board of a large condominium association. Every problem you could possibly imagine that can come up between two people will come up in a condo association.

            The motion to adjourn is privileged, cannot be debated, amended, changed or reconsidered and does not need a second.

            However, an implied second is usually stated with a forceful amen or hallelujah after someone has droned on and on about some trivial complaint.

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      • Amy2 says:

        What’s up with the Rosenstein impeachment?! Anybody?

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    • NoJuan Importante says:

      Plus the Russian indictments were bungled, as far Trump’s public relations goes. He should have just said he cannot comment on a pending criminal matter and left it at that.

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      • Echo says:

        Oh yes indeed.
        Creating unnecessary problems is a side effect we can’t avoid with PDJT. Everything”s personal.

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      • CopperTop says:

        NJuan…

        Would have been a plus one if he said one of his ‘i coulds’…

        “I could say I can’t comment on an ongoing investigation but I’m not going to do that. I’ll ask Putin…O kaaayy?”

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    • For Eyes says:

      CA Joe: McConnell has shown every indication he hates Trump almost as much as the Dems do. He is never going to do a thing to help him.

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  20. NoJuan Importante says:

    So what is the point? That classified emails were sent to China? She’s not being prosecuted. China buried the emails I am sure. The only reason they would have used them would be as leverage if she was president. That’s out the window. So what do the email mean now? Nothing, best as I can see.

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    • Shadrach says:

      Certain of those emails were so highly classified that even the IG couldn’t read them, but they were read by China. We do not know the content of the emails, so we cannot judge whether they’re “out the window” or not.

      Let’s remember China hacked OPM, and has information on every single gov’t employee who received an OPM background check within a certain timeframe. Plus BlueCross/Blue Shield medical records, plus United flights (gov’t flies a lot on United, for background). oh, and let’s not forget the State Department hack (that one gets lost in the noise).

      Now they have Clinton emails….I’d explain further, but will just mention that that OPM hack revealed which gov’t employees had an OPM background and which didn’t, but did fly United or use BC/BS. Yeah….think on that one.

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    • redhotrugmama says:

      If her e-mails did in fact go to China it may explain why 10 of our CIA staff were executed and a couple jailed.

      She also had SAP classification e-mails which are well above top secret and are never transmitted via e-mail.

      She was selling access.

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    • Amy2 says:

      It would show that her actions WERE detrimental to the country, even though she won’t be prosecuted. It will come in handy if she runs again. I’m not sure we will ever know who got them, because that would cause a problem with our negotiations (like yesterday) with whoever it is.

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  21. Whiskey1 says:

    Everybody gets immunity! (Deep State only, of course)

    What the hell, I mean at this point, they’ll get away with it…so why not?

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    • Bobr says:

      Mueller gives Podesta immunity so he never answers for his crimes and he can testify against Manafort.

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    • For Eyes says:

      Every day Sessions and Rosenstein and Wray remain at their desks is another day of miscarriages of justice being plotted and executed.

      Congress won’t impeach them.

      Trump has not fired them.

      And every day it gets worse

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      • AH_C says:

        Why won’t Trump fire them? Is it because he’s still in control? Or that he lost control?

        Since he continues to troll his enemies, I’d conclude that he’s very much in control. That supposed walk back by Trump today was a nothingburger. “Would” vs “wouldn’t”, if you listen to the exact phrasing, the difference wouldn’t amount to squat.

        Check it https://www.npr.org/2018/07/16/629462401/transcript-president-trump-and-russian-president-putins-joint-press-conference

        My people came to me, Dan Coates, came to me and some others they said they think it’s Russia. I have President Putin. He just said it’s not Russia.

        I will say this: I don’t see any reason why it would be. But I really do want to see the server but I have, I have confidence in both parties.

        I really believe that this will probably go on for a while but I don’t think it can go on without finding out what happened to the server. What happened to the servers of the Pakistani gentleman that worked on the DNC?

        “Would”, “wouldn’t” doesn’t really change what Trump thinks. What he means remains the same.

        And in the 1st sentence of the last paragraph I quoted, do you suppose that’s a signal to us deplorables that it’s not much longer now?

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  22. Enoughisenough says:

    All but the partisans recognize that our ABC agencies no longer represent those that they have sworn to serve. Each and every day, we are reminded of how corrupt these institutions are, yet no one faces meaningful consequences. This daily “in-your-face” taunt is a constant reminder that either there is major oversight with teeth, or the dog and pony shows need to end. There is not one good reason to keep intact the very agencies who abuse their power for their own personal ideology. Their oath is meaningless, and apparently accepted as the norm among the DC elites. If no one in the Strzok/Page travesty is held accountable, including all higher-ups, the entire “oversight” process is nothing more than elected officials blathering, grandstanding, and trying to convince American taxpayers of their importance.

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  23. Mike diamond says:

    Who knows! Iran may have gotten Hillary’s classified emails,she didn’t use her protected server,for storzk,to say he is so concerned about the Russia do her shoes he could care less about national security,and where is the video of Obama asking before his second term,asking the prime minister on open mik,to please help him get elected for his second term!our on news media was in the tank for hillary!the Russia deal is a scam!

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  24. Mike diamond says:

    We need more like Louie gomert! And President Trump is the best President Ever!!!!!

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  25. Peter Strzok (Strock) is CIA.

    Peter Strzok worked 24 years for the CIA. His job title was Chief of their Counterespionage Group.

    The FBI never had such a unit.

    A joint CIA/FBI position was created by Congress in 1996. Strzok was “a senior FBI official” by being the CIA’s Chief of Counterespionage.

    Lisa Page from the FBI was assigned to work with him.

    https://brassballs.blog/home/strzok-worked-for-cia-and-fbi-at-the-same-time-in-counterespionage

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  26. AH_C says:

    I’m enjoying the show.

    It would seem to me that Wray is doing what he can to hold together and save the institution as charged by Trump. By the same token, I think he’s also responsible for determining whether it needs to be destroyed.

    The best way to find out is to shine a bright light to every trick in the book so we can see it, get irate and add it to the ever growing list of items for redress.

    It will have done us no good, if we rushed thru and frogmarched the first few ringleaders, only to do nothing about the lower tier collaborators, nevermind the sleepers. By the same token, the deep state is still in position to strike back by using tricks we wouldn’t have been aware if.

    A thorough cleaning requires deep scrubbing, so I say let’s withhold judgment on Wray, Sessions, Horowitz and Huber until it’s said and done.

    Per Trump, he’s shooting to be done by November, one way or another, by Jove, the deep state will be ripped into a thousand pieces – finishing what JFK set out to do.

    Why? 11 November will be the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. Symbology, ie branding, matters to Trump.

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    • Concerned says:

      How do you know “I think he’s also responsible for determining whether it needs to be destroyed. ” that Wray has been tasked with this?

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      • AH_C says:

        If he is to save the institution if at all possible, it also would fall to him to assess whether it’s not worthy. That’s how Trump delegates responsibility.

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  27. Donna in Oregon says:

    I could be wrong but I think Louie drinks.

    Watch for Australian/Great Britain born owner Murdoch/Fox news to go after President Trump just like during the Republican debates.

    I saw a clip of the British guy Steve (whatever) on Sunday going after “conflict of interests” for Wilbur Ross. I changed the channel. We already went over the Paradise Papers. The Brits are never going to get over 1776 or 1812. Not ever. Once I hear that accent……I want to flush some tea down the toilet.

    I watch OANN. Always has POTUS back, always put his total comments on live. Not selective editing like the Swamp media. Needs to become a local channel news like Fox. Which one should OANN buy out? I think replace PBS channel with OANN.

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Great idea, turn a liability to taxpayers into a asset as well as forcing the give me takers to find a job. They will probably starve to death.

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    • Plowboy says:

      Wow and you think Louie drinks?

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    • Crystal says:

      His name is Steve Hilton (IIRC) and he’s pretty terrific. Very intelligent.

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    • Jeff P. says:

      My crappy Dish Network refuses to carry OANN and we have no other carrier where I am. So, I subscribe on YouTube or watch on the website. Faux,CNN,NBC,CBS,ABC,MSNBC etc. are all Anti-American Globalist Propaganda Networks. This past couple days has really exposed some Never Trumpers, Like Cavuto, Varney, Trish Regan, about 99.9% of Faux news Yapping mouths.
      No one thinks PDJT might have Purposely mis-stated “Would & Wouldn’t”? Among other small things said that made “splodey heads” expose themselves.
      He found out very quickly What personsl at what news agency REALLY supports him and who was just providing “lip service” as they worked behind the scenes to help their Global Masters undermine him. Just my theory on all of this.
      If I were in PDJT’s position, I would do all I could to expose those who were against me. ijs….
      Dish Network Sucks!!! Add One America News so you can stop sucking so badly!!!

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  28. G3 says:

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  29. redhotrugmama says:

    I had a thought……………….for whatever that may be worth ha! In Rep. Gohmert’s questions to Mr Smirky (yes I call him that) regarding what they found on HRC server:

    “they found that her e-mails, every single one except for 4, over 30K WERE GOING TO an address that was not on the distribution list. It was a compartmentalized bit of information that was sending it to an unauthorized source.”

    I think what may have happened is they were likely using MS Exchange Server and when they configured the e-mail server they set up what is known as a transport rule to send a blind copy (Bcc) of every single address to an e-mail address that they traced to a foreign entity (some are now saying China) and I think that the 4 e-mails they identified that did not get sent were to BO. When they set up the transport rule they excluded (known as an exception) BO’s secret e-mail address. They also could have set up a transport rule to auto Bcc Huma’s e-mail address as well which may explain how e-mails ended up on her personal laptop.

    Perhaps she was selling/sold this access and in turn whomever purchased was maybe at times reselling some of the information to other countries. This is all quite scary and likely caused loss of life:(((((((((((((((((((((((( I wonder if this explains the CIA agents that China executed?????? Truly disturbing she got away with this:((((

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      We know that Mrs. Clinton sold American assets to foreign entities.

      We know that private server(s) were used to transmit our sensitive, secret data.

      What we need to know is who paid her for them.

      The Obama admin and Clinton cartel had to use cartel methods of money laundering to clean the cash. So which banks and law firms assisted them?

      Find the money.

      Once the money is found, the clock starts ticking for the RICO trials.

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      • phoenixRising says:

        Don’t know about the ‘selling’ through the server…

        she was inept… sloppy, careless, arrogant – left the door WIDE OPEN – two good threads

        just click on tweet

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        • Crystal says:

          Luke Rosiak of The Daily Caller is investigating the Awan scandal and told Hannity on his radio show a few weeks ago that the Russian collusion scam was a cover for the Paki Bros stealing intel from over 40+ Dem Congresspeople’s servers; that San Fran Nan allowed it to go on another 6 months because if the MSM found out about it, they’d be forced to report it; that the DOJ wanted to sweep it all under the rug and give them a slap on the wrist (which is exactly what’s happened thus far) and that the “evidence” was bundled up and sent to the radical Becerra in CA (currently the AG, IIRC) for safekeeping.

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  30. ogoggilby says:

    For what it’s worth….

    “A former co-worker of Peter Strzok tells Big League Politics about Strzok’s extensive background in the intelligence community, including the fact that he grew up in Iran. Many intelligence officers like Strzok are complete ghosts with questionable history and gaps in their life story. But now we have some insight….”

    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/exposed-peter-strzok-grew-up-in-iran-worked-as-obama-and-brennans-envoy-to-iranian-regime/

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  31. CopperTop says:

    Stephen Cohen on Tucker 8:20 EST watch that video if you can find it. (I can’t post videos)

    He supports all we have discussed on TCH regarding Trump and his position on Putin.

    Excellent piece

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  32. sysconfig says:

    According to latest Testimony..it appears There is an elephant in the room The FBI succesfully kept hidden..to make sure the culprit stayed Russia. ..and that Hillarys election was protected and not just the state departments reputation..The foreign entity bug that automatically relayed all of Hillary Clintons emails was also connected to the weinner laptops..and she communicated with other departments and systems..Let That sink in…The OPM bug that was in place since 2014 was not discovered until April 2015..Not Russia Turns out to be China..Once in weiners laptop however more entities became involved..not Russia.
    https://www.wired.com/2016/10/inside-cyberattack-shocked-us-government/
    Analysts in the OPM event descibe how near impossible to get out..once in..its why they are called apts advanced persistent threats.
    But everything we here..is Russia..without evidence..why are we protecting China and still protecting Hillary and The FBI agents that knew?

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      The US Chamber of Commies is loath to offend their biggest benefactor…

      At the same time, Hill-the-BEAST and her “coven” are doing their utmost projections to cover up their malfeasance and treason with regard to Uranium One and other “projects” beneficial to the Klintoon foundation…

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    • Cathy M. says:

      “But everything we here..is Russia..without evidence..why are we protecting China and still protecting Hillary and The FBI agents that knew?”

      Because it was easier to falsely pin Russia to Trump than to China, i.e.
      During Trump’s campaign Trump said ‘Putin is a “leader far more than our President’, Putin if you’re listening . . ., & China is bad.

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      • phoenixRising says:

        I think the mantra is ‘Russia” rather than “China”
        because focusing on China focuses directly on HRC and by extension, on zero

        Soros controlled zero through ValJar – Deep State is protecting zero

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      • LM says:

        I think Russia is being focused on to provide cover for the illicit spying on the Trump campaign (based on soneone peeing in Russia) which was basically the illegal justification for the illegal Fisa warrants, and the fase and stupid story that our intelligence agencies were “protecting” Donald Trump by spying on him because of the completely false dossier and the ensuing “danger of blackmail” from the Russians.

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  33. Cathy M. says:

    Lisa Page’s texts with Peter Strzok ‘mean exactly what they say,’ says Rep. John Ratcliffe (video).

    Who woulda guessed?

    https://twitchy.com/brettt-3136/2018/07/17/lisa-pages-texts-with-peter-strzok-mean-exactly-what-they-say-says-rep-john-ratcliffe-video/

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  34. Jane in Florida says:


    Jason Goodman
    Streamed live 7 hours ago
    Long time D.C. insider Larry Nichols joins me to analyze the “dirty tricks” aspect of the mainstream media’s reaction to yesterday’s historic Presidential Summit in Helsinki Finland.
    Is the Deep State in Panic Mode? Larry Nichols Analyzes the Trump Putin Summit & Mainstream Reaction

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    • churchmouse says:

      Thank you very much for this video.

      Larry Nichols is brilliant. (For those who don’t know, he worked for the Clintons in Arkansas and saw a lot. He resigned when they wanted him to go a step too far for his conscience.)

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  35. Amy2 says:

    I want to know why Louie Gohmert referred to Brennan and Clapper as “guilty dogs.” What has he seen? What does he know and when will be know it?!! Well, when will they show us they know what we already know.

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  36. Concerned says:

    Question to everyone: These people seem to be getting more and more unstable, by the day. Do we have reason to be concerned for our safety?

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  37. mashall says:

    http://eagleforum.org/psr/1998/june98/psrjune98.html

    Clintons and China go way back

    “U.S. intelligence discovered in 1993 that China had sold missile technology to Pakistan. Because of bipartisan Congressional demands, Clinton barred the U.S. space industry from using Chinese rockets to launch their satellites. U.S. satellites were put on the “munitions” list, the list of our most sensitive military and intelligence-gathering technology. The reason these commercial satellites are important is because they carry technological secrets essential to “significant military and intelligence interests.”

    In June 1994, the CEO of Loral Space and Communications, Bernard Schwartz, made a $100,000 contribution to the Democratic National Committee. He then joined a Ron Brown trip to China that led to a $250 million telecommunications deal for Loral’s satellites to be launched by Chinese rockets.

    In October 1994, Clinton lifted the sanctions he had imposed on China for selling missile technology to Pakistan. In early 1995, Schwartz sent a letter to Clinton urging that responsibility for satellite-export licenses be shifted from the State Department to the Commerce Department. Meanwhile, both Schwartz and Johnny Chung made more huge donations, in excess of $100,000, to the Democratic Party.”

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  38. CopperTop says:

    Please repost if you know section more appropriate:

    https://www.lawfareblog.com/document-justice-department-says-fisa-court-lacks-jurisdiction-hear-private-records-requests

    DOJ is trying to say FISA court does not have jurisdiction to grant records request and wants these suits kicked out to district court…

    Well lookie here what two of the 8 pending requests are about

    “orders authorizing surveillance of
    Carter Page”

    “disposition of any . . . proceeding
    to review whether the Justice
    Department committed
    misconduct” related to a FlSA
    application referenced in a
    conl!ressional memorandum

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    • CopperTop says:

      (page 10 of the document)

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    • CopperTop says:

      I see a HUGE out for POTUS…he’s been reluctant to get involved with declassifying things under his DOJ…

      I see an opportunity to say that he feels the need to authorize the declassification and sharing of this info to avoid the entanglements not considered by the framers of the statutes pertaining to FISC
      🙂 🙂 🙂

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  39. Rynn69 says:

    The DNC server has the answer to it all.

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  40. TigerBear says:

    Basically we tax payers are being fleeced to the tune of multimillions for this whole dog and pony show of which none of the FBI. DOJ, NSA, CIA ect……will ever be arrested, prosecuted or punished in any way.

    WEAPONIZED THEY ARE and WEAPONIZED THEY’LL STAY
    With what appears to be 2/3 rds of congress backing them.

    I sure hope taxpayers think the entertainment is worth their blood sweat and tears to get NONE indicted, arrested or held accountable, except of course, Flynn, Manafort and bogus russian bots, companies and 12 senior level Russians! I imagine we’ll see MUELLER in 2020 still investigating the muh russia!!

    CLINTON will NEVER see charges against her…..let alone ever see a court with a jury of her peers.

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  41. SSI01 says:

    The FBI and other agencies always get away with providing attorneys for current employees who do stupid things, or former employees as well, because they maintain the attorneys are there to keep those employees for inadvertently disclosing “classified” information. Their actions over the past year or so, just on this one case, confirm the term “classified” actually means “personally embarrassing information” that could disclose either totally incompetent decision-making on the part of managers, or willful malice or malfeasance on their part – which they subsequently want to keep hidden.

    There is nothing in re: the Steele dossier, or how it was assembled, polished, and sold to willing recipients that is “classified.” Sensitive sources and/or methods were NOT involved, and that is the key to assigning a classification caveat to a document. If those things are not in that document, there is no basis for classification.

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  42. not2worryluv says:

    Does the USA have extradition rights with South Africa?

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  43. Jeff P. says:

    Shut down the FBI Immediately. All Operations. Have an alternate agency take over open cases and start Debriefing every single employee from the Former FBI. Any that cannot pass a polygraph, lock them up for further interrogation. The top officials arrest immediately ,No Bail, and lets clean up that institution. Next, the DOJ…….

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  44. treehugger says:

    he said hillary’s emails were sent to a foreign entity – who was that
    china?

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  45. Hillyard says:

    At the risk of maybe repeating an earlier post (which I didn’t see), why is there still all this talk about the “missing” 33k emails when Pervert Wiener’s laptop would have contained all of them? Further, Louie said an entity , not Russian, directly received Hillary’s emails, has there been any examination of Pervert’s laptop to see if it had been hacked? Seems every email address on the distribution list would need to be examined for secondary disclosure.

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  46. Concerned says:

    If true then how do we find what has gone missing?

    Someone out there cares so much that they’ve purged all Barsoomian court documents for her Clinton representation in Hamburg vs. Clinton in 1998 and its appeal in 1999 from the DC District and Appeals court dockets.

    Someone out there cares so much that the internet has been purged of all information pertaining to Barsoomian.

    Historically this indicates that the individual is a protected CIA operative.

    http://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/news/u-s-national-news/2231-rosenstein-s-possibly-cia-lawyer-wife-has-clinton-lawsuit-appeal-wiped-from-court-records

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  47. Howie says:

    Could Trump, as head of DOJ and FBI could use his prosecutorial discretion to drop all charges against Muelleys victims and file charges against the real criminals. Brennan for one. No need to even pardon.

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  48. DesertRain says:

    I’m wondering if Lisa Page was questioned about her “secret society” text message exchange with Strzok. Anyone see/hear recent discussion of that text exchange?

    A list of member names would sure be a nifty piece of info… 🙂

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