Judiciary and Oversight Leaders Meeting With DOJ Officials Seeking Documents After Lisa Page Deposition…

Former DOJ lawyer, and special counsel assigned to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, testified before congress on her knowledge of the issues and details surrounding the Trump investigation known as “spygate”.  As a result of that testimony, House Oversight and Judiciary Committee members are now seeking additional documents from the DOJ.

It is likely the documents relate to the State Department’s involvement in the overall counterintelligence investigation;, as well as McCabe’s role in coordinating the activity by FBI agent Peter Strzok.

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It is worth noting that Andrew McCabe originally contradicted Lisa Page about the media leaks he was coordinating. It was Lisa Page presenting evidence to support her version of events that led to the Page/Strzok text messages being delivered to IG and INSD investigators.

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303 Responses to Judiciary and Oversight Leaders Meeting With DOJ Officials Seeking Documents After Lisa Page Deposition…

  1. DanO64 says:

    Thanks SD.

    Liked by 22 people

    • mtnforge says:

      The guy is brilliant. Sundance proofing all this intelligence and politics, to then on top, break it down to its primary components in order for us to know The Truth, is a labor of love and patriotism like no other.
      Bravo!
      Bravo!!
      Bravo!!!

      I’m with you 100% on thanks. Where else would we be apprised of the facts and truth so wisely, so succinctly?

      Now if only: #Release The 400,000 Sealed Secret Indictments!

      Liked by 30 people

    • vincentcuomo says:

      When is this Garbage going to end; it is time the TRUMP supporters March on Washington and on Obama’s home, Hillary’s home in NY; Mueller’s home, Session’s home and any one else’s home connected with this; we need to take the Maxine Water’s approach and leave them no peace. Enough already!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Maquis says:

        Sure. that’ll do wonders. 🙄

        Liked by 7 people

      • booger71 says:

        Sorry, but I am not going to march in front of some Kenyan mud hut

        Liked by 3 people

      • Bud Klatsch says:

        Cold hard anger awaits them!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Dee says:

        If u want to know what YOU can do, go visit Larry Klaymans site and see what hes planning. Learn what can be constitutionally by the people. Congress is playing a game. If they were going to do anything, they would have already. Holding off until they either impeach or assassinate the president. Will we the people do anything to save the country and help the president? We have the power. https://www.freedomwatchusa.org

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      • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

        Yeah,that’s a brilliant plan.Then the Enemedia can portray us deplorables as the alt-right radical extremists that they know we are.
        Another Brian Ross scoop like he did w/ the teaparty./s

        Liked by 1 person

        • De Oppresso Libre says:

          And you know they would do exactly that! The 5th column, treasonous, domestic enemy media estate will take any and every opportunity to vilify us, We the People. I hope that one day we WILL have a never-before-seen crowd on the Washington Mall – when we construct a gallows to have public executions of true, legitimate TRAITORS of the Republic……it would be standing room only, no doubt.

          As far as demonstration purposes go, or protest marches, or whatever you call them, that’s the realm of the leftist agitators i.e. COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS who try to whip mostly ignorant, immature, emotionally driven people into acts of “mass intimidation.” If you really want to intimidate politicians, show up at the polls and throw a bunch of them out of office. Besides, if President Trump wanted a crowd, he could get several million people to show up anywhere he wanted simply by asking, and I’m sure he knows that.

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  2. FATE OF EMPIRES says:

    it’s up to trump to make heads roll.

    Liked by 8 people

  3. jmclever says:

    Ive got a better idea. Have Judicial Watch sue for the documents. Gets quicker results. OR have a member of the Senate intelligence committee request them. Overnight compliance guaranteed.
    😠

    Liked by 24 people

    • Sneaky Pete says:

      The NY Times’ Ali Hoover-Watkins could prob.get them from the DoJ in about 5 minutes.

      Liked by 24 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      jmclever, JW is a superb machine for getting info being delayed or in other words denied. Trump has thanked them for what they do and have done and they deserve it. I always contribute to them for the hard work they do for America and its citizens.

      Liked by 7 people

    • I am speculating here but I think they need/want to get them directly because of possibility of “tainting the evidence” if they got if from JW even though I also appreciate the wonderful work JW does for all of us.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mtnforge says:

      Wild! This commenter composed very well in his words what myself and all the men I’ve talked with all have been saying, which is the same thing for awhile now.
      We need to bring back public hanging and try these crooks and traitors in a peoples court.
      I truly believe it would be a grand gestalt for all of us who believe in liberty and the guiding precepts of Republican form of government we are guaranteed.
      Very public, broadcast over the world.
      Literally take years to hang them all.
      #Release The 400,000 Secret Indictments!
      Sharing these sentiments of Rope & Lamp posts for the traitors, will send a very effective message. Far better we stick together on such an action, than threaten violent revolution, we must as regular people, no matter our differences, keep from going T war against each other. The real enemy is the crooks and traitors of the deep state. It is they and their cabal who have worked tirelessly to divide us so to conquer us. Without them, our differences will heal themselves. Its these fuckers who keep fanning the flames of false racism and class war who keep us from settling our differences peacefully. Besides, the money which finances the turmoil will dry up, and the shit stirrers behind the scenes become a mute point.
      Righteous rant:
      Comment on Donald Trump: FISA Warrant to Spy on Campaign ‘a Disgrace to America’ https://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2018/07/comment-on-donald-trump-fisa-warrant-to.html

      Liked by 5 people

      • 🍺Gunny says:

        They cane people in public in Singapore for their crimes.

        Works great. Virtually no crime.

        Worked there as an ex-pat for my company. I went to see a public cane punishment. He was to get four lashes.

        He passed out after two. Which is normal by the way.. Gave him medical attention until he became concious, the gave him the last two lashes.

        We should start to cane people here on the Capital steps.

        Would give entirely new meaning to: “I’ve got your back”

        I’d start with McStain…….then the Hag….no shower curtain for protection….
        and we would have to have a couple MSM people in there…..I’d say Wallace and Cavuto……..

        Hey……we could make it like the Wild West……There’s gonna be a hangin ….. let’s go see and have a Party…..

        Today we have a Double Feature……..It’s. Pelosi and Mad Maxine..

        The first two hundred people in the door get “free tomato’s”

        Please remember you can only throw at the contestants😎

        Popcorn…….Get you popcorn here….

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      • dalethorn says:

        We (the Trump administration and us) have been totally on the defensive. We need to get on the offensive. We don’t need to try interfering in the things that Trump and company are already doing, but those other things that our enemies are doing to slander and falsely accuse us of – we need to be putting that crap back on them ten-fold, and soon. So OK, if the wiser heads say “Wait it out – Sessions and others will come through for us eventually – I’m OK with that on the things that they’re supposedly going to do, assuming they will. But those “other” things like the constant media beating and smearing and accusing – those things need to be fought now.

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        • Farmkid says:

          Yes Mad Maxine (and the leftist press) are getting away with calling The Oath Keepers, anti government right wing extremists. The last time I checked they had organized law officers, sheriffs and ex-military, they pledged to stand with citizens and sheriffs to protect the citizens if there was civil unrest, marshal law or financial collapse. They showed up as peace keepers for the Bundys. Maxine and her ilk need to be called out for their fraudulent statements. I would like to add shamed, but intellect and conscience are required to experience shame.

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      • Richard Whitney says:

        Just before anyone think that execution would be too radamathine, consider some things:
        Washington shot traitors. That alone is good enough for me.
        Now, I would be satisfied that some were in a special solitary confinement, in the newly refurbished Gitmo. 23 hours in a quiet cell, 1 hour exercise in a room with guards watching from a screen overhead. No talking. Blindfolded too and from exercise.
        But traitors need to be executed. Not just because Washington would have ordered it, but to prevent anyone ever from pardoning a traitor.

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      • gildie says:

        There’s good reason whole towns would turnout for a public hanging in the wild west.
        Even pull in spectators from other towns. People needed to SEE justice served.
        It’s the only piece missing from the MAGA revolution. I fully believe that day is coming
        and they must be curtain all the ducks are line up prop blah blah blah. But damn, the
        waiting. Impatience, my own weakness. Trump is cage fighting with a global cabal whose
        morals are on par with the sinaloa cartel and his timetable isn’t conforming to mine?
        How rude!

        I think I just shut myself up.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Retorical Question I read

      Do foia request apply to Fisa requests?????? I think it’s a 2 letter answer.

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  4. Greg1 says:

    I can only imagine how creative Strzok and McCabe and other ilk are getting in trying to contact Page without leaving evidence of having contacted her in order to coordinate stories………

    You *KNOW* that’s happening!

    Liked by 19 people

  5. Mrs.E says:

    McCabe contradicted Page, who contradicted Strzok; curiouser and curiouser!

    Liked by 12 people

    • dd_sc says:

      I think it’s more like –
      McCabe contradicted Page
      Strzok contradicted Page

      Page isn’t letting the good-ol’-boy network toss her under the bus.

      Liked by 28 people

      • 6x47 says:

        Exactly. She turned the moment McCabe tried to deny authorizing her to leak to the press. She’s going to burn the entire FBI down before she takes a fall for any of these guys.

        Liked by 20 people

      • LDave says:

        Lisa isn’t going to take it from these guys. At least not anymore.

        Liked by 1 person

        • starfcker says:

          Everyone is brutal today. I like it

          Liked by 7 people

          • mtnforge says:

            Hows this for brutal?
            I personally believe it is the only way we can have closure on this heinous greed, this tyranny of treason, of the deliberate fracturing of our grew country, in order to divide thus conquer us. It would be a gestalt most healthy for our Republic and a warning to future tyrants and traitors.

            IMHO, I think that a 12 Station Gallows should be authorized and built by Presidential Order. Immediately, with most haste, and extreme prejudice, upon the National Mall. Facing the Capital Bldg. In plain site from the Front Door So that all can see it without hindrance.

            Station a heavily armed Platoon of US Marines all around the gallows 24/7/365. Have it well lighted, like the other National Monuments on that Stately and Sacred site. Allow the public to walk around it, to take photos, to admire it’s stature, contemplate it’s sole purpose, and recognize it’s necessity in these troubled times.

            Keep the Socialist Democrat/Fascist protesters, and Liberal Narre-do-wells, SJWs and other Progressive Riff-Raff outside of the USMC established perimeter. Let this Emblem of Freedom and Liberty stand there silently waiting for the TREASON trials to end. Let the sturdy beams, bolts, and boards shining in the sun be a constant reminder to the guilty parties of just what happens to TRAITORS of this GREAT NATION. Let it stand as a reminder of who we the defenders of this land can become when pushed to the friggin limit of our collective patience.
            ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

            Comment on Donald Trump: FISA Warrant to Spy on Campaign ‘a Disgrace to America’ https://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2018/07/comment-on-donald-trump-fisa-warrant-to.html

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      • Cankles Clinton says:

        McCabe lied to investigators.
        They told Page what McCabe said.
        Page said McCabe is lying and I have some texts to prove it.

        Liked by 4 people

      • G. Alistar says:

        Is it possible that Mueller is working oh behalf of Trump, Cohen is a plant and this latest CNN recording a trap?

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        • Tseg says:

          The way this all played out with the Cohen tapes did seem all too convenient for Trump. There is a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes.

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  6. gustafus21 says:

    This AM Napolitano agonized over the “fraud” of Trump buying the rights to a story, with Cohen.
    Where is the round the clock outrage over the weaponizing of the FBI, CIA, DOJ, and NSA? The Clinton’s run a phony foundation – which has never expanded it’s charter beyond a presidential library in Little Rock – and nary a peep !!

    They cheat, steal, murder and grift… and when ever Napolitano has opined on them, it’s been with extreme reservation. Ditto for the tarmac meeting with the head of Obammy’s DOJ…

    The differential is evident to anti Trump people as well ! .. I am surrounded by Libertarian types who have resisted Trump for 18 months and are coming around slowly…. they see. This isn’t an aberration….

    All the talking heads who are trotted out as “independent” … are pandering to the meme’s, the propaganda… the bipartisan decision that Trump is evil, or unlawful… by definition… and all the others are somehow caught up in the politics of the times… but not really criminals..

    I want HANGINGS, SHOOTINGS, Public floggings and perp walks… for the lot of em.

    Liked by 30 people

    • JonB3 says:

      I don’t trust Napolitano any longer. This isn’t the first time he’s gone this route 😦

      Liked by 29 people

      • Rhoda R says:

        Did he ever explain WHY buying the rights to a story was fraudulent?

        Liked by 2 people

        • TwoLaine says:

          Yes, he said it was fraud IF the person getting the $$$ for the story got it thinking the story would be published. Although that seems pretty much a stretch for me, because it would not be TRUMP telling her the payment was for publishing the story. It would be the National Enquirer (NE). They were talking about buying it from the NE, not MacDougal, as I understood it.

          That would be an easy fix, because all the NE has to do is put that in their contract. Not all stories we purchase are published, there are no guarantees. That is standard anyway. Simple.

          Additionally, I’d flip the table and say isn’t it fraud to have consensual sex with someone, IF it happened, simply to turn around and “cash in” on that sex story? Sounds kinda’ like prostitution to me.

          BOTTOM LINE, we are all talking about something that Rudy G says NEVER HAPPENED ANYWAY, and a whole lotta’ IFs.

          Liked by 7 people

          • glissmeister says:

            The seller is not buying a service from the buyer. The seller is selling an asset for money and in doing so also selling all rights to the ownership and use of those assets. Nap seems to have missed this point entirely. The seller is selling ownership. The buyer is buying ownership with free title and all rights associated therewith.

            Seller is not buying a service from Buyer to publish. Seller is selling an asset and all associated rights arising therefrom for a price. Payment in full to Seller is the end of the deal. Buyer now owns it free and clear. Buyer’s only duty to Seller was to pay them in full.

            If Buyer prefers to sell the asset to another buyer for more money, that is fine. The fundamental purpose of Buyer buying the asset is to use it to make money. If more money can be made by selling the rights than by publishing the story, then the Buyer-now-Seller has every right of ownership and may freely choose to monetize his ownership in any lawful manner most preferred under the circumstances.

            This is routine business. Buy low, sell high, optimize your knowledge, take the deal that best suits you at the time; or don’t.

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          • mimbler says:

            The publishing contracts I have seen say they are paying for the rights to publish your work, usually exclusively in my experience. I’ve never seen one that says they -will- publish your work,
            How many scripts does Hollywood buy that never see the light of day?

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        • lokiscout says:

          The good judge is a glad hander relishing the spotlight Fox provides him. Explanations are not his forte.

          Liked by 4 people

      • Jake says:

        I vividly remember his opining how Honorable Mueller was when he was named the SC. Trust Mueller he said…..

        Liked by 8 people

        • graciegram says:

          I remember Napolitano also talked up what a good choice Loretta Lynch was 😦

          Liked by 2 people

          • 🍺Gunny66 says:

            Napolitano is a weak little punk. He is prostituting his somewhat dubious time as a judge for money and portraying that he is “credible”.

            He folded like a cheap suit when Fox fired him for speaking the truth and now has his head so far up Fox’s rear end, if they farted, it would blow his brains out.

            He’s a wimp…

            Liked by 15 people

            • glissmeister says:

              I know a few lawyers who are fellow citizens first and foremost.

              Sure do wish there were more of them. We need to remember the good lawyers are all that stand between the citizenry and the worst of the legal community.

              Liked by 1 person

            • CM in TN says:

              I used to buy his books and really looked up to him. Watched “Freedom Watch” and all. Really disappointed me the way he turned so quick…someone at Faux News must have threatened to out him and Shep or something…

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      • Sauce says:

        I think someone threatened to reveal he colors his hair 😉

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    • dd_sc says:

      If it took them 18 months to come around, I’d say you’re surrounded by libertine types, not Libertarians.

      Bit of semantics, I know, but this should be the Libertarian Party moment – most of their original concerns about the Patriot Act (and Big Government in general) are being played out in real time. Don’t seem to be making much noise about it though.

      Liked by 8 people

      • TreeClimber says:

        I have a Libertarian friend who I almost broke off contact with altogether because she had a mild case of TDS… couldn’t get past his “crudeness.” We reconnected but haven’t spoken politics since, so I don’t know…

        Liked by 3 people

      • cTwelve says:

        Too many of ’em are far too concerned about tertiary and esoteric issues, like muh weed. It’s tragic, because liberty is the prime issue, and they conflate liberty and libertine far too readily. God, even their national leaders are dumb like this.

        I maybe be libertarian in outlook, but I am certainly not a member of that party.

        Liked by 6 people

      • cdquarles says:

        The Libertarian party has been co-opted by leftists. It began about twenty years ago. About the only thing not leftist that the Libertarian party supports is ending drug prohibition, which never should have happened in the first place.

        Liked by 3 people

        • MissX says:

          Funny you should say this. Where I live, it’s the Repub types who’ve co-opted the Libertarians. I saw this close up in the early 2000s on the LP’s state steering committee.

          I guess both wings of the Uniparty want to keep freedom-oriented people down… no surprise…

          Liked by 2 people

      • The Real Bob_W says:

        I registered as a Libertarian ca. 1978; I saw it then as the clearest way of expressing ‘public dissatisfaction’ with the Big Two (R/D). Received their state newsletter for decades.

        The other choices were the rather opague ‘Independent’ and the usual smorgasbord of (typically) single-issue fringe parties.

        I’m still registered Lib,, though am seriously leaning toward re-registering ‘Independent’ since: a) Lib. Party has (IMHO) for a decade-plus become a gathering place for loons; b) the ‘Big Two’ remain disaster areas from my personal perspectives combining ‘Constitutionalism’ (as originally written/intended) and ‘laissez faire’ (by gruberment related to law-abiding individual lives).

        After the 2016 election (I ostrichianly voted for the neo-loon Gary Johnson), I 100% ignored MSM/’news’/politics until this past January…and soon stumbled upon CTH while casting about for ‘a few sites’ worth spending browsing time on by way of self-education concerning the state of affairs relating to D.C. It quickly became my ‘Go to’ site – and so remains. (Thanks SD/Treepers!)

        It took me about a month – or less – of self-education to realize President Trump was this libertarian’s dream. I thought (still think) Reagan was a serious breath of fresh air; President Trump is overshadowing him YUGEly.

        MAGA, indeed!!!

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    • ediegrey says:

      Turn off FOX, except for Lou Dobbs.

      Liked by 8 people

    • graciegram says:

      Napolitano always spins things in the worst possible way against Trump. FOX trots him out like some kind of legal guru, which he is not.

      Liked by 18 people

    • ezpz2 says:

      Ever since Nap was given a time out by Fox to TAKE a nap, he’s gotten in line to speak for Uniparty and against POTUS, under the guise of honesty. He’s been mostly dishonest since then in a passive aggressive sort of way.

      Liked by 14 people

      • gda says:

        He’s just obliging his paymasters and spinning the way he has been instructed.

        It’s difficult for him, because PT has done nothing wrong, but he’s giving it his best shot and (so far) earning his blood money.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Rhoda R says:

        I wonder if there isn’t a bit of subtle resistance involve there. Look at the stances he’s taken since then – would they convince anyone not already steeped in the Kool-Aide? Like this ‘fraud’ thing – he knows that there is nothing fraudulent about this but still he takes an extreme stand and trumpets that to the world.

        Liked by 2 people

      • TNGal says:

        And I believe he was taken off the air because he said that Christopher Steele was spying on the Trump people during the campaign. He was right!

        Liked by 5 people

      • Tl Howard says:

        I also wonder if, as a gay man, the judge isn’t a bit more liberal than he claims to be. He claims to be a libertarian, but gays don’t like the GOP and even though Trump isn’t anti-gay, the GOP is viewed with distrust among that community.

        Liked by 1 person

        • ezpz2 says:

          Hmmm. ..interesting. I did not know he was gay.
          And I agree that P Trump is NOT anti gay as the left tries to portray him as such.

          Liked by 5 people

          • TPW says:

            Anyone ever wonder with gays being such a small % of the population how there is such a large representation in Media and politics! It is called preferential treatment. And just like the woman who pretended to be Black….excuse me….Identified as being Black…we will soon see those who Identify as being Gay….of course in that case not as provable. LOL

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      • Doug says:

        Nap be cucked.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      gustafus21, I am what we now call an Independent Republic and won’t ever want again to be called a conservative because frankly where are they? Not in Congress or elsewhere. Was a Tea Party and voted for those they supported and all of them were duds and immediately got on the gravy train. I agree with hanging the lot of them, somewhere now between 25 to 30 at least. Traitors must not be allowed to walk the planet. Start by closing down the FBI and CIA and start fresh with real patriots and quality and love of America and not on some outsider’s money. Also, once out of any intelligence position, NO MORE ACCESS TO ANYTHING because you are no longer an employee! Ditto for president and Sec. of State as this is just plain stupid. I don’t even call past presidents president because they aren’t any more a president, and no more paying for Secret Service or any other type of guard and if they feel the need, then they pay them! Since when do we have to spend our money on ex-employees is beyond me AND that includes removal of those life time benefits Congress gave itself, ditto salary increases without our vote or authority – so all must be taken away/repealed, whatever. This is OUR money and not theirs! They have allowed our national debt to skyrocket and love spending money that isn’t theirs BUT OURS!

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      • formerdem says:

        i agree with all of this except hanging people which I am unsure about.

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        • mickjt says:

          You have to think in terms of justice and results. Hanging Traitors does several positive things. You don’t have to feed them in prison, they only take up one slot in the cemetery, Justice is served ‘Cold’, they won’t be around anymore to cause more trouble, and best of all their like minded friends learn a HUGE lesson…Don’t do it or you’re next. I can also think of more selfish reasons like revenge and getting even but I won’t go there.

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          • formerdem says:

            Whenever I am calming down, I start thinking about Manafort in solitary, or Seth Rich being shot, or those people in Sidney Powell’s book being abused in jail, or the clear fact the Democrats are trying to drag Melania away from PDJT, and did already drag Donald Jr.’s wife away, or the likelihood they hoped to hang him somehow, and I start toward the boil again. Grrrrrr…..

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    • beach lover says:

      I heard him as well today. He implied that this could be detrimental for Trump because of what Mueller could do to him.
      I thought they said Mueller handed this Cohen case over to a different division?

      Liked by 1 person

      • G. Alistar says:

        ” Truth is so precious that in wartime, she must always be surrounded by a body guard of lies.” Winston Churchill. The bodyguard of lies: Sessions is a lazy, sleepy dud, Rosenstein is a black hat, Mueller is working for the DNC. Truth: Cohen is working with Mueller oh behalf of our POTUS. This CNN leak recording, is a set up and trap. They took it hook, line and sinker. Page has flipped…the big ugly is due out in mid-October. MAGA. ps, the farmers won’t need the $ 20 billion aid…farm commodities will be on fire come November…..harvest time.

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    • bkrg2 says:

      Stop watching these msm traitors

      Liked by 1 person

    • xbonesny says:

      Judge Nap is a flaming pillow biter….he’s knee deep in liberal logic

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    • Don’t leave out “drawing and quartering”. THAT sounds SO FUN, doesn’t it? Imagine it happening to JOHN BRENNAN.

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      • JK says:

        “To be hanged, drawn and quartered was from 1352 a statutory penalty in England for men convicted of high treason, although the ritual was first recorded during the reign of King Henry III (1216–1272). A convicted traitor was fastened to a hurdle, or wooden panel, and drawn by horse to the place of execution, where he was then hanged (almost to the point of death), emasculated, disembowelled, beheaded, and quartered (chopped into four pieces). The traitor’s remains were often displayed in prominent places across the country”

        Can we do this to Brennan ??

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      • mickjt says:

        OO OO OOuuuu where do I sign up?

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    • tired_of_it says:

      Napolitano is a hack. I can’t remember the last time he was right.

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    • tired_of_it says:

      Napolitano is a hack! I can’t remember the last time he was correct.

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    • fractionalexponent says:

      Load’m into a trebuchet catapult on the Washington Mall…

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      • mickjt says:

        Actually if the Catapult was placed on the edge of the Grand Canyon it would be extremely satisfying listening to the Perps scream as they flew for a half mile and hit the rocks below…It’s not cruel, just want JUSTICE!

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    • Faux news Fox is Moloch Murdoch’s attack parrot echo chamber

      “Fox Cease and Desist Order”

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  7. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    I’m Hoping that Lisa Page’s hatred for Trump doesn’t override her instinct for self-preservation.
    Please, let just ONE of these people conquer TDS.

    Liked by 6 people

  8. Nigella says:

    I’m not holding my breath

    Liked by 3 people

  9. gamecock123 says:

    Whatever Lisa Page told must be huge considering no leaks, no media coverage on what she said…and the fact the DOJ had told her about the subpeona.

    Liked by 17 people

  10. JX says:

    Rosenstein is a contumacious obstructionist whom the House should arrest and imprison.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. BocephusRex says:

    At some point its every THING for itself—recall McCabe’s threat to take everyone down with him—-I believe we’re there now-

    Liked by 10 people

  12. Send in Seal Team Six !

    Whew, got that one off my chest. Sounds better and better each time I say it.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Risasi says:

    Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned?

    Liked by 2 people

  14. 6x47 says:

    I love how the photos of Page and Strzok accompanying these stories have “evolved”. Before, when we thought he was cooperating it was always his official FBI photo; she was the ugly candid pic.

    Now, we know the opposite is true and she gets the nice pic, and Strzok (having revealed what a colossal tool he is at the hearings) gets that awful screen grab looking like a pedophile spying on preschoolers in the toilet.

    Liked by 15 people

  15. TreeClimber says:

    The wheel of justice grinds slow, but exceedingly fine…

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  16. dd_sc says:

    I wonder if Gowdy is gearing up to blow more chaff and counter measures to trip up the others?

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Trey has been a tremendous horror while we thought he was doing good. Glad he will no longer be running and if he did, not be re-elected, PERIOD! In other words, he turns out to be a big part of the problems and non of the solutions.

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  17. MelH says:

    Gowdy on Fox two nights ago spewed the same story as the Liberals, the only difference being that, at the end of it, he said Trump was the “duly elected president and should be allowed to serve his term.” He did NOT make term plural. And I’ve yet to hear anyone on TV saying that the FISA Warrant for Carter Page was the kind that lets them spy on EVERYONE surrounding POTUS, not just Page. The Liberal spin, in case you don’t read those, is that 17 different agencies in the Justice Department agreed Russia meddled in the election. Therefore FISA and the Special Counsel investigation! Oh, and the investigation was actually triggered by Papadapolous meeting the Russian/stranger in an Aussie bar and revealing USA secrets to the guy.

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    • Hillyard says:

      It’s not real likely the Dimshits will point too much at the Popodopulous with out exposing Clinton longtime criminal co-conspirator Alexander Downer who funneled Australian government money to the Clinton foundation

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  18. AngelOnejudicial says:

    Hell hath no fury…..
    Looks like team Comey & McCabe picked the wrong fall girl

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  19. Tl Howard says:

    Sundance or anyone, I was looking at a youtube of Fox’s Judge Andrew Napolitano (from a ways back) in which he says that Huber cannot seat grand juries outside the jurisdiction in which the crime(s) have been committed, and that therefore, when and if he wishes to seat a gj, he’d have to do so in places like DC and VA. Is that true? I thought one reason Huber was picked by Sessions might be to avoid that, but then, I know little about it. Can someone here help?

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      “Is that true?”

      No. Not true.

      Do not trust anything Nap says, unless it’s something you already know to be true like “the sun comes up in the morning.”

      Nap was ripped off the air for approx. a month (no cause given) not long ago, and since he came back he has been a very reliable mouth-piece for the uniparty globalists. Whether bought off, coerced, blackmailed, or some combination thereof, Nap is compromised.

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      • Gail says:

        Stepford wife

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      • Shadrach says:

        I don’t know if it’s the reason for him being removed, but his removal happened right after he said that he believed the USG was using GCHQ (British NSA) to get around the “don’t spy on your own citizens” illegality.

        Still TBD whether he was right or not.

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        • snellvillebob says:

          Yes Five Eyes: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States spying on each other’s citizens as a way around individual country restrictions. The Deepstate really frowns on that getting out. Snowden is still in hiding from trying to tell us about that and the over 15 contractors who scan the NSA collections for the FBI and others including Soros, Hillary, Romney (Crowdstrike, Fusion GPS, Booz Allen).

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    • beach lover says:

      Id be interested in any updates on Huber as well. We are assuming he has been working closely with Horowitz, and I guess any indictments are being held until ? The next report from Horowitz on FISA? Many think that may be coming soon since the release of the FISA app, but who knows.

      Last time we had weeks heads up it was coming. nothing but silence lately. Which makes me worried the real people that are in the know dont have a lot of confidence in his work?? Notice his name is never brought up by Nunes, Grassley, or Gowdy anymore.

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  20. ForGodandCountry says:

    John Lausch will be there.

    Very interesting.

    Before he started work for the US Atty’s office, Lausch clerked for Judge Michael Kanne, a Reagan appointee (who now sits on the 7th Cir. Appellate Court), of who Rep. Gohmert said, “”There are only two reliable originalists on the court (7th), Michael Kanne and Diane S. Sykes.”

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    • CM-TX says:

      Don’t forget Rosenstein was actually the one to appoint Lausch– per RR testimony. Despite Sessions publicly taking credit for it on initial announcement. 🤨

      Jordan: (Re doc delays & redactions) “You’re the boss, Mr. Rosenstein.”

      RR: “That’s correct! And my job is to make sure we respond to your concerns. We have, sir. NOW I’VE APPOINTED MR. LAUSCH, who’s handling that production…”

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  21. waltherppk says:

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  22. Sundance wrote: “It is likely the documents relate to the State Department’s involvement in the overall counterintelligence investigation.” While they’re at it, they might want to ask a few questions about Patrick Kennedy’s role as Hillary’s fixer at the State Department.

    be Seen Again”
    or “What Did FBI Director Comey Know, And When Did He Know It?”

    “I’m confident that this process will prove that I never sent nor received any e-mail that was marked classified.”–Hillary Clinton.

    Catherine Herridge’s Fox News Channel “exclusive” (only because no other media outlet will touch it) about a suggested “quid pro quo” between senior officials at the State Department and the FBI was OK, as far as it goes.

    But I think she missed the point, which can only be found by carefully reading the entire 100 page of FD-302 witness statements in the FBI document dump last Friday (10/14/16).

    At President Obama’s press availability this morning, some reporter should have asked him to react to the WHOLE STORY, rather than just allow him to deny that a quid pro quo deal took place and once again blame Republicans for making a big deal out of nothing.

    “We should not think it is fine to find something that ‘should have been classified at the time,'” Clinton Campaign spokesman Brian Fallon wrote in an email to other top campaign officials dated Aug. 22, 2015, hacked from John Podesta’s account and made public by WikiLeaks last week.

    “Our position is that no such material exists, else it could be said she mishandled classified info,” Fallon wrote.

    No wonder, then, that Patrick F. Kennedy, Under Secretary of State for Management, went to such EXTRAORDINARY LENGTHS, pressuring no less than four separate FBI officials, in his monomaniacal effort to change the classification on one of Hillary Clinton’s emails from SECRET/NOFORN to Unclassified (but “privileged, and so not to be made public).

    Note: *Kennedy’s name just seemed to keep cropping up when the dirt went down during Clinton’s tenure at Foggy Bottom. A wide-ranging investigation conducted in 2013 by the State Inspector General makes for very interesting reading.

    http://www.aim.org/…/can-the-media-protect-hillary-clinton…/

    That year, reports and memos prepared by the Office of Inspector General alleged that Howard Gutman, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (who had raised $500,000 for President Obama’s campaign), had solicited minors for sex in Brussells. Members of Clinton’s own security detail also were alleged to have hooked up with prostitutes. Kennedy was said to have tried to squelch the OIG report, or at the very least kill any mention of the Ambassador Gutman case.

    At the time, Nicholas Merrill, a spokesman for Clinton, said she had no prior knowledge about any of the investigations.

    “We learned of it from the media and don’t know anything beyond what’s been reported,” Merrill said in a written statement.

    We now know there was a concerted effort to obstruct justice happening right under FBI Director James Comey’s nose. No wonder he would decide “no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,” especially if such a prosecutor might find evidence Comey knew, or should have known, what the hell was going on in his own shop.

    Which begs the question: Why in the world was the FBI entrusted to investigate ITSELF in the first place, when the agency had been responsible for deciding which Clinton’s emails either were, or should be, classified and which either weren’t, or shouldn’t be?

    What follows is a chronological narrative compiled directly from FD-302 summaries of FBI interviews conducted in the course of their criminal investigation to determine if classified information had been mishandled on Hillary Clinton’s private, unsecure, unauthorized, home brew email server while she served as Secretary of State.

    “There was a powerful group of very high-ranking STATE officials that some referred to as the ‘7th Floor Group’ or the ‘SHADOW GOVERNMENT.’ This group met every Wednesday to discuss the FOIA process, Congressional records, and everything CLINTON-related to FOIA-Congressional inquiries.”

    “(Redacted) believes that STATE has an agenda which involves minimizing the classified nature of the CLINTON emails in order to protect STATE interests and those of CLINTON.”

    “… (redacted) received a call from (redacted) of the International Operations Division (IOD) of the FBI, who “pressured” him to change the classified email to unclassified. (redacted) indicated he had been contacted by PATRICK KENNEDY, Under Secretary of State, who asked his assistance in ALTERING the email’s classification in exchange for a ‘quid pro quo.’ (Emphasis mine.)

    “(redacted) advised that, in exchange for marking the email unclassified, STATE would reciprocate by allowing the FBI to place more agents in countries where they are presently forbidden.

    “ … the email of KENNEDY’s concern was classified by the FBI Counterterrorism Division and WAS RELATED TO THE ATTACKS ON THE U.S. CONSULATE IN BENGHAZI.” (Emphasis mine.)

    “During the conversation, a participant specifically asked whether any of the emails were classified. Making eye contact with (redacted), KENNEDY remarked:

    “’Well, we’ll see.'”

    “KENNEDY told (redacted) that the FBI’s classification of the email caused problems for KENNEDY and KENNEDY wanted to classify the document as “B(9).” KENNEDY further stated that the B(9) classification would allow him to “achive the document in the basement of the DoS never to be seen again.”

    “(redacted) was then present during a conference call involving KENNEDY and MICHAEL STEINBACH (Assistant Director of the FBI Counterterrorism Division) in which KENNEDY continued to pressure to change the classification markings on the email to unclassified. STEINBACH refused to do so …

    “STEINBACH advised KENNEDY that the FBI would not comment publicly on the matter. The conference call ended and, according to (redacted), the (Associated Press)” published the story within the hour.”

    “Former Secretary of State CLINTON appeared before the press shortly thereafter to deny having sent classified emails on her private email server.”

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  23. The Boss says:

    What’s with Goodlatte and Gowdy having primary responsibility for running hearings? Is Nunes’ committee as corrupted as the Senate Intel Committee? Or is it because he has those leaking idiots Schiff and Swalwell? Regardless, Goodlatte and Gowdy have both opted out of running for re-election, so they can stall til the cows come home.

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  24. waltherppk says:

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  25. PaulM says:

    Just to stay factual, it’s been stated many times that someone has flipped/turned and is now talking their head off and ratting out all the others and now they’re all going to perp walk/frog marched/go to gitmo/whatever.
    I haven’t seen a single bad guy so much as get a stain on his $5K Armani suit.
    OK, it may happen, but the every other day “Here it goes!”
    gets a little moldy.
    I like to think that if and when something really is happening, some of the smirks will disappear from the people who are on the talk show circuit realizing they may be digging a deeper hole.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      Agree.
      The most I have seen revealed about Lisa Page’s testimony was that she was not as bad as Strzok…. and obviously that is not saying much, but it has morphed into “Lisa has turned as is spilling the beans!”
      She still lad FBI lawyers as handlers, in fact it was reported that LISA was prompting them to object on her behalf. A strong indication that, if anything, she is NOT particularly forthcoming.
      Calls for more documents… deadlines… threats of “Contempt”… maybe… next time.. this is all a repeat.

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      • davidb says:

        @ rumpole2….also for us anti sessions people constantly being called “trolls by FG&C and others, its almost like with all the sugar coating and cheer leading by them that they are patsy deep state ops pushing the delay project until they dig something up on Trump.

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        • rumpole2 says:

          When “Nothing seen to be happening” is taken as a blank slate to say all sorts of stuff COULD be happening (in secret), logic is out the window. It gets worse when people move from things that could be happening to claim they really are happening, they just know it… have faith, then you descent into the “Twilight Zone” of conspiracy threads on twitter.. and Nostradamus wannabes like “Q”

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        • Navy says:

          4chan autists don’t tolerate the you can’t criticize Sessions trolls. They show up in waves and last about 5 minutes on that site. 4chan after learning about this 3 month long protect Sessions trolling program calls Sessions “The Plug” for the swamp. Remove him…. it will swirl faster and faster.

          You are right though Rumpole…. I believe many trolls are unpaid “well wishers” who have been sold by the paid trolls that Sessions is the key to all swamp draining and he must never leave his official post.

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        • tomf says:

          If the shoe fits……troll

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    • mickjt says:

      You forget, the sheer Arrogance of these people overlay any real display of humility or regret.

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      • fractionalexponent says:

        A profound comment, mickjt. On 7/13/2018 Cali here on CTH said “Strzok is sociopathic narcissist – the most damaging mix of deception, lies, self-importance…”

        Try searching “sociopathic narcissist” or “narcissistic sociopath”. It’s a whole syndrome of what you just said. Strzok, Rosenstein and Mueller have it. Maybe people like that gravitate to DOJ/FBI.

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  26. DanO64 says:

    Come out it will, almost like it was planned. Just say N.

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  27. Flyoverexpat says:

    SD, youdaman.

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  28. cheryl says:

    I have tried desperately to keep up with all the ins and outs of this investigation but, to save my soul, I cannot remember Hillary and Lynch being recommended for criminal referral and I can’t remember seeing this letter from Boris Johnson either. Is this old news that I’ve forgotten? Or is it fake?

    https://gosar.house.gov/uploadedfiles/criminal-referral.pdf

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    • lawton says:

      Never heard if that was confirmed fake or not. I have no doubt five eyes was used to spy on Trump.

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    • Keep searching. My foggy memory says it had mistakes indicating it is fake. But you need to check for yourself.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      That letter has repeatedly been DEBUNKED as being fake! Clues: Michael Steele – s/b Christopher Steele; MI5 s/b MI6.

      Lastly, you would never ever see such a letter in the first place, if such were written.

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    • scott467 says:

      Cheryl,

      Q posted a link to the criminal referral (dated 4/18/18) yesterday.

      In a letter from members of Congress to Sessions, Wray and Huber, criminal referrals were made regarding the following:

      1) Comey,
      2) Clinton,
      3) Lynch,
      4) McCabe,
      5) Strzok and Page
      6) and “Department of Justice (DOJ) and FBI personnel connected to the compilation of documents on alleged links between Russia and then-presidential candidate Donald Trump known as the “Steele dossier,” including but not limited to Former FBI Director James Comey, Former Acting Director fo the FBI Andrew McCabe, Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, and former Acting Deputy Attorney General Dana Boente.”:

      https://gosar.house.gov/uploadedfiles/criminal-referral.pdf

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      • JX says:

        Comey
        18 U.S.C. § 242 – deprivation of rights under color of law
        18 U.S.C. § 641 – stealing, selling, conveying public money, property or records
        18 U.S.C. § 793 – Gathering, transmitting or losing defense information
        18 U.S.C. § 1001 – concealment, false representations
        18 U.S.C. §§ 1505, 1515(b) – obstruction – making false or misleading statements, or withholding, concealing, altering, or destroying a document or other information
        18 U.S.C. § 1621 – perjury
        18 U.S.C. § 1924(a) – Unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents or material

        Clinton
        52 U.S.C. §§ 30121, 30101 – contributions & donations by foreign nationals

        Lynch
        18 U.S.C. §§ 1505, 1515(b) – obstruction – making false or misleading statements, or withholding, concealing, altering, or destroying a document or other information

        McCabe
        18 U.S.C. § 242 – deprivation of rights under color of law
        18 U.S.C. § 1001 – concealment, false representations
        18 U.S.C. §§ 1505, 1515(b) – obstruction – making false or misleading statements, or withholding, concealing, altering, or destroying a document or other information
        18 U.S.C. § 1621 – perjury

        Strzok & Page
        18 U.S.C. §§ 1505, 1515(b) – obstruction – making false or misleading statements, or withholding, concealing, altering, or destroying a document or other information

        Yates
        18 U.S.C. § 242 – deprivation of rights under color of law
        18 U.S.C. §§ 1505, 1515(b) – obstruction – making false or misleading statements, or withholding, concealing, altering, or destroying a document or other information

        Boente
        18 U.S.C. § 242 – deprivation of rights under color of law
        18 U.S.C. §§ 1505, 1515(b) – obstruction – making false or misleading statements, or withholding, concealing, altering, or destroying a document or other information

        Rosenstein
        18 U.S.C. § 242 – deprivation of rights under color of law
        18 U.S.C. §§ 1505, 1515(b) – obstruction – making false or misleading statements, or withholding, concealing, altering, or destroying a document or other information

        All DOJ & FBI personnel responsible for signing the Carter Page warrant application
        18 U.S.C. § 242 – deprivation of rights under color of law
        18 U.S.C. §§ 1505, 1515(b) – obstruction – making false or misleading statements, or withholding, concealing, altering, or destroying a document or other information

        https://gosar.house.gov/uploadedfiles/criminal-referral.pdf
        https://smucker.house.gov/sites/smucker.house.gov/files/wysiwyg_uploaded/FISA%20Memo.pdf

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  29. Steve in Lewes says:

    ‘Page Turned’
    I thought Sundance alluded to that some months ago; along with Strzok, Ohr, and Priestap.
    Aren’t those three still at the FBI/DOJ ?

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    • Doug says:

      Well we know that McCabe put Page in a position where it came down to her or him and she chose wisely and provided the now famous text messages to prove her side.
      There has been speculation about Storke, Preistap, and Ohr but I think it’s safe to say Stroke is not helping anyone but himself.
      Preistap and Ohr have yet to be heard from….

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  30. Tall Texan says:

    I am sure Redactin Rod is hard at work…

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  31. scott467 says:

    Do all the bad guys get to submit ‘glamour shots’ for media use, or just the girls?

    If it’s just the girls, Whoa Nellie! (Ohr) almost certainly wants in on that action.

    Or is it just the girls who turn on the other bad guys?

    Strzok’s photo is nice too.

    If he’s trying out for the role of Damien in The Omen.

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    • Drogers says:

      Yeah, no. It’s creepy – flat out creepy. ha

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    • Daniel M. Camc says:

      scott467, Ha, I see what you did there. Unfortunately, Nellie (although she’s quite a Ham) has declined having her pic used in such an “unlady-like” manner. Appropriately, she has a full spread coming out in the next “4H Club” 2018 calendar. They are selling like hotcakes. Who knew a donkey could speak Russian so fluently. Ha.

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  32. Concerned says:

    The Socialist keep saying President Trump is getting cozy with Putin and actions show collusion with Russia. Just look at their Press Conference.

    If we keep getting deals like this – I would volunteer to make photos of President Trump and Putin myself. Can you imagine, the picture you would get when Putin hears about the Natural Gas deal?

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  33. Brave and Free says:

    Does anyone wonder like me if revoking the security clearances is leading up to something 🤔 ?

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    • Concerned says:

      I am not sure, that you can discount the apparent advantage – the co-conspirators could not legally receive information from their friends, in the IC.

      This action should help to plug the leaks. And, you can bet big brother will be watching them.

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    • amwick says:

      Speculation by Stealth Jeff that the clearances were part of a planned sting to find leakers. Removing that clearance implies that this plan is complete. I like that idea, but there isn’t any real proof. Yet.

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  34. Concerned says:

    Am I wrong, in assuming that lying under oath before Congress is reason enough to impeach Rosenstein? Did Rosenstein, not testify that the FISA investigation started in July, instead of March?

    This why of the pussy footing around the core issue?

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  35. Anyone catch Hannity’s interview of the other Page last night? Asked him 3x if he was CIA

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    • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

      Page C. is a plant (not a potted variety ).
      My first and final answer.

      He is seeking $1,that’s one dollar in restitution from uncle Sam.

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  36. Finally!

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  37. sixgeese says:

    INSD: the FBI’s Inspection Division. I don’t see this mentioned in the article, and I hope some people find this helpful.

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  38. Sauce says:

    The worm is beginning to turn my friends…..Chain lightning, the Storm is HERE!

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  39. nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

    So as was described in a couple posts above, several criminal referrals were made, statutes cited, and so far nothing.
    But the Maryland AG and the DC counterpart have gained the courts blessing to proceed with a case against the President for violation of the Emoluments Clause. But only concerning the Trump Hotel in DC.

    Did George Washington sell his farm and still when he became President?

    All to get a look at the tax returns of “private citizen Trump”?
    Enough is Enough.

    Get the corrupt Mensheviks out of the “Investigating” Business now. Don’t they have budgets to develop; appointees to consider; immigration laws to revise and all those other “trivial” things that our Congress is “supposed” to address?

    We live in the age of YouTube and just about anything that any “public” figure has said and/or done is there. Some might have to be “un-buried”, but it is there. We have the “magical and mysterious NSA database to cull information from. Not to mention what our “allies and partners” have available that would not be “legal” for US agencies to have. (But if your name is Trump, those “minor details” don’t seem to matter.)

    Why aren’t the AG’s from the “several states” taking these matters for action? Is not the un-lawful use of taxpayer monies a crime of theft perpetrated upon the citizens of a given state? Is not using taxpayer monies to conduct criminal activity a crime against the citizens of said state?

    But no. We have the States suing the President for performing his Constitutional Required Duties and the House/Senate Committee on Committees wanting more documents.
    The evidence is both clear and abundant that a concerted and coordinated effort continues to Undermine the President of the United States and his authority which in turn places We The People in a position of great peril from Foreign and Domestic Entities.
    The evidence that has been presented here at CTH alone is clear and abundant on who the conspirators are as well as who has been directing them.

    If our Governmental Institutions are too compromised to perform their Constitutional Duties, then We the People have an obligation to do so in order to Maintain the Republic.

    No more Congressional Hearings. Bring this Seditious Conspiracy before a Jury now. And may God have mercy upon their souls for I certainly will not.

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  40. The Boss says:

    Democrats and Russian commies go back a long way. Remember this? If not, remember it!

    http://thefederalist.com/2015/03/10/ted-kennedy-secretly-asked-the-soviets-to-intervene-in-the-1984-elections/

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  41. Pyrthroes says:

    In chess, this ultimate back-and-forth is called “zugzwang”. Post Midterms 2018, perhaps early 2019, we suspect Trump will move hard-and-fast to set this BS right, ignoring media and their enablers’ bleats and sqeaks. If that means kicking over the MzBill – Pelosi – Schumer table, let the games begin!

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    • Xena Laminak says:

      I love comments. I just learned a new word zugzwang. Fascinating. Everyone says Trump plays 3D chess. Must get the old board out.

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  42. Genie says:

    Strzok reminds me of Wile E. Coyote.

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  43. Xena Laminak says:

    I have tried to comb comments, read articles, google, etc. Has ANYONE seen ANY proof that Strzok and Page had sex? Now that we’ve seen Page, I can’t imagine her cheating on her husband. Maybe she did but to have sex with Strzok? Seriously, that is just too sick to imagine. I think the whole “lovers” “mistress” “affair” is a cover story. By now someone must have seen them at a motel or in the back of a van or RV. Where did they have sex? Hell they were texting constantly, WHEN did they have time for sex. We aren’t talking coffee in a Star Bucks. These two were supposed to have been shagging. I just don’t buy it.

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