Joe diGenova Discusses Ongoing Possibilities in Congressional Investigation into Spygate and FISA Abuse…

Joe diGenova appears on Newsmax TV with Howie Carr to discuss the current drip of document leaks surrounding Bruce Ohr (DOJ), Glenn Simpson (Fusion GPS), Christopher Steele and Oleg Derispaska; additionally, the likelihood of more FISA declassification which will lay bare the larger FBI/DOJ conspiracy.

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Seemingly being avoided by MSM:

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310 Responses to Joe diGenova Discusses Ongoing Possibilities in Congressional Investigation into Spygate and FISA Abuse…

  1. Ziiggii says:

    SD sent you the latest John Solomon article via Twitter

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    • Ziiggii says:

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Solomon is still accepting the FBI-provided Timeline of ‘when the spying began’.

        They were spying on Trump long before July 2016.
        They were just trying to cover their butts at that time…for what they had been doing for a long time.

        It’s *interesting* that Koch Industries is shown as the “sponsor” of that video featured at the top of that article.

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        • TimesUp says:

          Why would Robert Mueller be involved with this if he wasn’t personally guilty of signing false FISA court applications during his time as Director of the FBI? Would he knowingly embark on an assignment he knew had the chance of totally destroying his reputation to protect people who worked for him and with whom he was friends? Maybe. But he’s a political operator and operators prioritize self-preservation. So probably looking out for his friends wasn’t what drove him.

          If I am correct the implication is the spying has been going on far, far longer than people think. Mueller’s time as Director ended in 2013. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

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          • mr.piddles says:

            Not only is that the implication, said implication has been reported on. IIRC, either or both of Sara Carter and Sheryl Atkinson have said as much on T.V., according to their own digging and interfacing with sources. This is why this is such an utter Sh*t Show Of The Highest Order (indeed, “the likes of which we have never seen”). It calls into question… hmmm… lessee… how many federal investigations? How many FISA warrants? How much abuse of power? How much doctored evidence? How much withheld evidence? How many Americans were “inadvertently” spied upon and for what reasons? How many U.S. Persons were unmasked? What did the President of the United States of America know and when did he know it? I could go on…

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            • Dutchman says:

              Yes, posted before, I know. When they redact or withold and justify that it’s to avoid disclosing “sources and methods” it’s perhaps the one time they are being honest.
              If cops search your house, traditional warrant, you KNOW.

              If fibs use fisa 702 searches, to get enough info for fisa warrant, you would never know.

              So a whole orchard of forbidden trees, and truckloads of rotten apples.

              Fishing expeditions, galore. If they find nothing, even 2 bumps out, move on and your probably never the wiser.

              So, Mueller set this up, in his watch, and came back to cover it up.

              Or, Uranium 1; klanton, muletrain, not so rosie, …MOST of the players,were involved in U-1.

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              • mr.piddles says:

                “When they redact or withold and justify that it’s to avoid disclosing “sources and methods” it’s perhaps the one time they are being honest.”

                So cynical. And yet… so true.

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          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            ” Mueller’s time as Director ended in 2013.”

            Mueller is over his head with Uranium One, among other things
            —————————————————–
            https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/03/21/small-group-leadership-andrew-mccabe-coordinated-investigations-of-incoming-trump-administration-officials/comment-page-2/#comment-5151452

            I wrote a piece today titled: “Robert Mueller’s Financial Ties To Russia And Other High Crimes”, at this link:http://4wardcomm.wordpress.com with supporting links documenting the numerous crimes, for those of you that might feel so inclined.

            Mueller’s Russian Financial Interests With Links to George Soros
            Ahh, The Complicated and Shady World Of Hedge Funds…
            There are multiple open source articles available that prove Robert Mueller’s possibly criminal financial ties to Russia that supports the numerous “Conflict Of Interest” claims on top of the ones of Political Bias made obvious by the Clinton Crony Special Council Team he assembled.

            JasonF says:
            April 26, 2018 at 8:08 am
            In the above comments, people have cited the article “Robert Mueller: Unmasked“, by Congressman Louie Gohmert. The article includes a section that partially explains what Mueller did, when he was the FBI Director, to make the FBI systemically more corrupt and incompetent. That section is especially important; it is excerpted below.
            ______________________________________________________________
            MUELLER’S FIVE YEAR UP-OR-OUT POLICY
            In federal law enforcement, it takes a new federal agent or supervisor about five years or so after arriving at a newly assigned office to gain the trust and respect of local law officers. That trust and respect is absolutely critical to doing the best job possible. Yet new FBI Director Robert Mueller came up with a new personnel policy that would rid the FBI of thousands of years of its most invaluable experience.

            In a nutshell, after an FBI employee was in any type of supervisory position for five years, he or she had to either come to Washington to sit at a desk or get out of the FBI. In the myriad of FBI offices around the country, most agents love what they do in actively enforcing the law. They have families involved in the community; their kids enjoy their schools; and they do not want to move to the high cost of living in Washington, DC, and especially not to an inside desk job.
            What occurred around the country was that agents in charge of their local offices got out of the FBI and did something more lucrative. Though they really wanted to stay in, they were not allowed to do so if they were not moving to DC. Agents told me that it was not unusual for the Special Agent in Charge of a field office to have well over 20 years of experience before the policy change. Under Mueller’s policy that changed to new Special Agents in Charge having five to ten years of experience when they took over.

            If the FBI Director wanted nothing but “yes” men and women around the country working for him, this was a great policy. Newer agents are more likely to unquestioningly salute the FBI Mecca in Washington, and the Director, and never boldly offer a suggestion to fix a bad idea and Mueller had plenty of them. Whether it was wasting millions of dollars on a software boondoggle or questionable personnel preferences, agents tell me Mueller did not want to hear from more experienced people voicing their concerns about his ideas or policies.
            An NPR report December 13, 2007, entitled, “FBI’S ‘Five-And-Out’ Transfer Policy Draws Criticism” dealt with the Mueller controversial policy:

            “From the beginning of this year (2007) until the end of September (2007), 576 agents found themselves in the five-and-out pool. Less than half of them — just 286 — opted to go to headquarters; 150 decided to take a pay cut and a lesser job to stay put; 135 retired; and five resigned outright.”

            In the period of nine months accounted for in this report, the FBI ran off a massive amount of absolutely priceless law enforcement experience vested in 140 invaluable agents. For the vast part, those are the agents who have seen the mistakes, learned lessons, could advise newer agents on unseen pitfalls of investigations and pursuit of justice. So many of these had at least 20-30 years of experience or more. The lessons learned by such seasoned agents were lost as the agents carried it with them when they left.

            In the 2007 NPR report, the FBI Agents Association indicated that the Five-Year-Up-or-Out program hobbles field offices and takes relationships forged there for granted. In other words, it was a terrible idea.

            The incalculable experience loss damages the FBI by eliminating those in the field in a position to write to or meet with the FBI Director to advise him against some of the mounting judgment errors on his part which were listed in the NPR article. But this was not the only damage done.
            If an FBI Director has inappropriate personal vengeance in mind or holds an inappropriate prejudice such as those that infamously motivated Director J. Edgar Hoover, then the older, wiser, experienced agents were not around with the confidence to question or guide the Director away from potential misjudgment. I also cannot help but wonder if Mueller had not run off the more experienced agents, would they have been able to advise against and stop the kind of abuses and corruption being unearthed right now that occurred during the Obama administration.

            Rather than admit that his Five Year Up or Out Policy was a mistake, Mueller eventually changed the policy to a Seven Year Up or Out Program. ….
            ______________________________________________________________
            Thus, Mueller deliberately made the FBI more pliable and corruptible.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Another part of the story that dovetails with this, paraphrasing a poster here talking about security clearances and lie detectors.
              THEY say to you, one way a malefactor could get to you is by blackmail. Therefore, we need to know every dirty secret you have, so you can’t be blackmailed, and we will confirm by periodic lie detector tests.
              So, then your bosses have all your dirty secrets, and THEY can blackmail you, for absolute ‘loyalty’ and obedience.

              Boss tells you STOP investigation, d.c. office will take it from here, you say “Yes, Sir”, cause they know you are gay, in the closet, and none of family/freinds know. (As an example).

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              • Covadonga says:

                People have long accused the Catholic Church of using the confessional to gain intelligence. So I guess the method has been updated.

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            • Pyrthroes says:

              Recall that the very first thing Kennedy did in 1961 was to appoint brother Bobbity as his AG, forestalling inquiries into Ole Joe’s penultimately corrupt Whitey Bulger nexus infesting Massachusetts. Having no incestuous relative available in 1993, newly incumbent Wild Willy, the Wazoo Kid, simply fired all serving Federal prosecutors, replacing ’em –with supine Republocrats’ collusion– with pure partisan hacks not remotely interested in fiduciary obligations. Most certainly, Comey and Mueller are of that rancid ilk.

              Both these emoticon, satyriasis-types were broadly similar, but via Benedict Barack Gangrenous and MzBill the Arkancide Traveler’s seditious brag blooms like a Titan Arum (“Corpse Flower”) in the Upper Bronx.

              Because Trump to date has sagely refrained from blanket declassification of material dating back a quarter century, we sense he bides his time before dropping a White House Sword of Damocles. For the country’s sake, let’s hope he pulls no punches.

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        • Rachel Guess says:

          According to this story, ohr and steele have been in contact since 2002.
          http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/08/09/doj-official-bruce-ohr-communicated-with-trump-dossier-author-steele-after-fbi-cut-ties-report.html

          Yet the emails show Ohr, a former associate deputy attorney general, and Steele communicated extensively from 2002 all the way into 2017.

          One text message from Steele to Ohr on Jan. 31, 2017 reportedly said: “B, doubtless a sad and crazy day for you re-SY.” The text is an apparent reference to President Trump’s firing of Acting Attorney General Sally Yates.

          The text continued: “Just want to check you are OK, still in the situ and able to help locally as discussed, along with your Bureau colleagues.”

          Ohr reportedly replied: “I’m still here and able to help as discussed….I’ll let you know if that changes.”

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        • walt614 says:

          …doesn’t Solly work for The (Dung) Hill?
          Controlled (paycheck) Opposition

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      • Angry Dumbo says:

        The “Hail Mary” leak? How can the press bury this stuff? The work is dangerous but the truth IS getting out. How is the Hill claiming Solomon’s investigative work is “opinion”?

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        • fleporeblog says:

          The Hail Mary reference tells you that they knew that the Election was looking bleak for them.

          Our President loves to talk about Election Night. I actually think he is sending a message every time he does. The same way he is sending a message to Republicans about Lucifer’s thumb’s down on the Repeal and Replace vote.

          He always references PA and the fact that at 98% precincts reporting that they wouldn’t call the state for him. By calling PA before MI and WI, he would have won even if he lost those two states.

          These POS where going to flip the results in PA. They were waiting for WI and MI to declare a winner. Had the BITCH won, they would have placed 80,000 votes to her tally and called her the President Elect.

          Our President knows everything! He points it out to them every chance he gets.

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    • sundance says:

      I don’t like it.

      Smells and Looks like controlled information.

      Notice the absence of FISA Database searches, as ingredients for Steele’s finished product?

      Someone is using Solomon to as track sweeper covering footprints.

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      • WSB says:

        A soft outing? I am afraid I do not understand….

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        • wheatietoo says:

          The Hill is swampy, WSB…and also is in league with the Koch Brothers.

          Thus, everything that The Hill publishes, I view with a ‘suspicious cat’ attitude.

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          • That is definitely a consideration as it’s true… but, we know that schiff will be hitting the ole oscillating blades at some point, it’s why we all elected a VSG to help us clean up the swamp.

            BTW, the swamp has seeped and spilled over into the whole damn nation. Not a “revelation”, just a reminder. Treepers should be holding some offices that really matter nationwide! 😉

            Word Press has me all messed up, but I “like” your comment. lol

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            • wheatietoo says:

              When WP messes with me like that, I click on my profile icon up in the r/h corner…to sort of confirm that I am the account-holder.
              If that doesn’t work, try turning your device off then back on.
              🙂

              And yeah…I think the storm is underway and we will soon see some lightning bolts.

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              • I tried that earlier… it didn’t take. lol

                Hate restarting my system, so I tried it again. Voila! lol

                Thanks so much for your valued input! 🙂

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                • wheatietoo says:

                  You’re very welcome.
                  Yeah, sometimes I’ve had to do that a couple of times before it ‘remembers’ me.

                  Also…it’s good to open a brand new tab to the Treehouse, before you exit your account.
                  Because the previous tab is still thinking that you’re a bot or something.
                  Hope that makes sense.
                  😀

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          • TNGal says:

            Also, why does The Hill require John Solomon to publish as an “Opinion Writer?”

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          • WSB says:

            Good to know!

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Always suspicious myself but seems like all this will do is prompt more questions.

          Also….
          What are the nature of all the FBI interviews with Ohr especially after inaguration?
          1)The means of continued backdoor transmission of Steele info to FBI?
          OR
          2) a genuine criminal/cointel investigation of Ohr?

          How do we square the answer to that with Ohr eventually being demoted?
          Or With Devin Nunes having him scheduled to testify to HPSCI in Jan 17 and then suddenly “changing his mind”?

          IF Ohr was exposed and turned, Steele doesn’t seem to know.
          Note that Steele appears to initiate nearly all of the revealed comms and in most cases requests further comms by other “secure” means (phone, Whatsapp).

          The unattributed leak of Strzok/Page texts was “white hat” message to Mueller, right?

          Could the point of all this be revealed now to say:
          “We have ALL Steele’s comms with Ohr”
          (IOW We know where Steele’s “intel” came from: unauthorized FISA searches)

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      • King Arthur says:

        Maybe this thing goes way farther back than Trump. We know Obama was riding dirty with the NSA and probably Bush too. They need to find a way out without taking down the whole system.

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        • I’m sure that it goes back even further… as far as nefarious actions by extra-constitutional “agencies” goes.

          Technology needs to be used at this point to monitor those that have been monitoring US for decades without CAUSE. We have just cause and are the keepers of the constitution. We must demand it every chance we get. Real transparency for the nation.

          It wouldn’t take much to provide it, obviously.

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        • PS says:

          That is my supposition. I think the FBI was a conduit of NSA search for election dirt since Clapper became head of DNI in 2010. Before that it was Dennis Blair, who reaigned after trying to enforce the power to appoint CIA Station Chiefs (heads of foreign country spying desks). Obama sided with the CIA (Panetta) appointing its own.

          Once Clapper was in, the CIA moved in a direction of more counter terrorism, and we see now what good stewards they were with that responsibility. /s

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          • Yes, to the likes of crapper, brennan, et al… WE are the “terrorists”.

            When in doubt always remember, they work from elementary schoolyard bully tactics written by saul alinsky, as if they needed to be written down at all.

            THEY are the terrorists. Pure projection on their part and we should make sure that their ilk never has power again of any kind.

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          You got it. This is the overlay, the big picture beyond Obama and Hillary. The big picture involves corruptocrats going back decades.

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      • CopperTop says:

        SD I don’t know? Solomon has long been on the Deripaska footprint

        https://www.lifezette.com/2018/05/oligarch-laughed-at-fbi-trump-russia-collusion-theory/

        In September 2016 — just two months before Election Day — three FBI officials visited Deripaska and told him, “We think Trump’s campaign and Russia are colluding on the election,” Solomon (pictured left above) told Fox News host Laura Ingraham, noting that the FBI officials mentioned Manafort.

        (Solomon reporting on Ingram)

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        • CopperTop says:

          My favorite part of that interview
          “And he lets out a big laugh,” Solomon said. “So the guy they go to is an enemy of Paul Manafort, and they say, ‘Well, can you help us prove that maybe Manafort’s colluding with [Russian President Vladimir] Putin to throw the whole election to Donald Trump?’”

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        • owtolunch says:

          George Web has been attending the Manafort trial and has been drawing the links with Deripaska and Manafort and the FBI & DOJ.. He has a series of video on YouTube that have significant info including some of the sex ring traps being used to entrap politicians and businessmen in DC and other areas… He links FBI and Intel folks to covert activities to blackmail persons using Ukrainian women as bait to entrap people and manipulate them.

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        with all respect, SD, the latest revelations may point elsewhere. it has been your theory that among the numerous outside contractors accessing the database was nellie ohr, and that she had a direct hand in composing the dossier by using search results.

        however, from reading between the lines of latest revelations (steele-bruce ohr correspondence etc), it seems that she may have had very little if any direct involvement. it seems that steele and simpson were corresponding directly with bruce ohr—if nellie was actually involved on a day to day basis, they could simply pass any info to bruce by using nellie as conduit. ie the simpson memory stick mentioned to day.

        it seems that nellie could have been paid for a no show job by Fusion. (or maybe she worked from home occasionally). instead Fusion may have been paying her as a bribe so that Bruce would be their connection within the DOJ.

        in that case, the dossier may have been the result of public information culling, some rumors pulled in from shearer, blumenthal, maybe a russian here and there, and maybe plain old fiction.

        otoh, the stuff on cohen must have been from database search. at least the prague trip stuff. (or it was just made up/ripped off the old probably fake story of prague meeting between al qaeda and iraq people in the gin up to iraq war).. what is very likely re cohen?—the knowledge of the existence of the tapes that cohen kept–came from database searches..he may have referred to a tape in an email or two…

        anyway, im just guessing…and as usual, i yield to your greater knowledge (and amazing work ethic and product) . respect!

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      • Kaco says:

        Sundance, do you think Solomon is sincere in his sloppy journalism?

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      • mr.piddles says:

        “Notice the absence of FISA Database searches, as ingredients for Steele’s finished product?”

        To be fair, I don’t think folks like Carter, Solomon, McCarthy, et al have the BIG picture and all the dots connected as… dare I say… you do. They have bits and pieces but it all seems a little disjointed and incomplete when they talk or write about it. Or maybe it’s just not translating in their work for whatever reason. Or maybe it’s sideshow theatrics.

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      • A2 says:

        Maybe Sundance look at it this way; Solomon may yet be receiving leaks and more articles will appear that may cover that aspect. So in a sense, yes controlling the timing is ‘leading’ the narrative, but maybe in the right direction.

        Also, if I understand correctly, Admiral Rogers report to the FISA shutting down access to outside contractors and other security cleared users who were abusing that access and Judge Collyer’s response were redacted as to whom was abusing the system and is not in the public domain. It may never be disclosed, or it may be eventually exposed in specific instances if the chain of evidence leads from these recent exposures of the secret society and their conspiracy at a future date. There is no public information that Nellie Ohr or other operatives in the FBI/DOJ/ State Dept. cabal were accessing NSA data for that purpose. Yet.

        The important point to me is that access was shut down breaking that link you illustrated with your graphic and the switch of tactics by those involved to continue with their ‘insurance policy’.

        I think about it this way, that we are looking at past as prologue and the investigation into this corruption is retracing all the steps that lead to where we are now. Everything needs to be reviewed again and mined for new intelligence and linkages that may have been missed when discovery was ongoing. I still that that original doc dump by the FBI a year ago on the Lunatic’s email practices may still yield treasure.

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        SD, you pointed out Sara Carter’s “controlled information” a number of times in the past. Sara was first on Hannity’s “firing line”. Later Solomon was showing up. Sara works for Solomon, so it would make sense that Solomon’s info would be controlled also.

        PDJT brings up Hannity periodically, and now he names other Fox commentators. Looks to me like Sara, Solomon Hannity etc. are spreading disinformation, and/or hints.

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      • owtolunch says:

        I suspect the FISA Database search information is in Huber’s hands and can’t be released as yet… If at all. (Maybe only summaries will be made available – certainly not classified info).

        Hopefully those who facilitated the 702 data releases will be prosecuted for violations of security requirements by unmasking and then releasing classified information to unauthorized persons.

        Admiral Rogers was able to collect the data through his auditors when they did their audit. I suspect they captured all the access data sets and are able to identify each time the system was searched and by whom. It would be required in order to do their statistical sample of the data access and identify just how bad the situation was. Once identified they would archive a copy of the whole dataset to document their findings and maintain a chain of custody for further legal action if necessary. This is standard practice when auditing secure systems for intrusions and unauthorized access… Same goes for classified documents if they are being managed correctly…

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      • Dr.Jay says:

        It is not inconsistent with the FISA database searches.
        And they simply used many avenues, and anything they could spin, it is not necessarily one simple story.

        Example:
        The Alfa bank secret server comms story was not really started by Steele et.al.
        Some hacker noticed that one of two of the Alfa Bank email servers where set up incorrectly. It would not check the sender’s IP, and instead believe that the sender was identifying itself correctly.
        So you could send a message (using IP x): “Hi here Trump Hotels email system”. One server would notice that IP x did not correspond to Trump Hotels, but the other would simply reply to Trump Hotels (by name). Which in turns leads to messages send to Trump Hotels. Unfortunately for the hacker that Trump Hotel email server was no longer active, Still it would lead to some activity (paging Trump Hotels, paging Trump Hotels).

        That this was therefore fake traffic created by some hacker was determined much later, in the mean time the story that there was some secret comms was given to the Steele group in order to invent an accompanying story. Et presto.

        The whole story about the DNS/IP traffic between the servers was leaked to the press, but could really only be known to the original hacker. The story how he found that out by chance is impossible (he claimed to somehow to have hacked some intermediate server and saw the traffic passing, by pure chance LMAO), so that monniker (I think he called himself Tealeaves or something) really is that hacker or knows who they are.

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      • Electra says:

        Yes, smells bad. According to the recently released payment application to the FBI, Steele was on the FBI payroll since Feb. 2, 2016. https://vault.fbi.gov/records-between-fbi-and-christopher-steele/records-between-fbi-and-christopher-steele-part-01-of-01/view (see page 71)

        The meeting Solomon reports on takes place on Dec 10, 2016–almost a year later. Someone out there would have us believe that Bruce Ohr and the FBI had no knowledge of Steele’s allegations until after the election, even though the FBI had already paid him eleven times previously for reports delivered. I suppose it’s possible Steele was investigating some unrelated matter for the FBI, but I think that’s a hard sell.

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    • Let's roll says:

      Brennan has exited stage left? Taking His Obama contacts with him?

      Where are the O administration unmasking charges?

      Mr. Huber, you there?

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  2. Hoosier_Friend? says:

    Things are really heating up. The suspense is killing me. I can’t wait to see the new gallows for the traitors.

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  3. sundance says:

    First two minutes of this testimony:

    .

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    • lastinillinois says:

      Deripaska.

      Working for Comey n McCabe?
      Or just their ATM?

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      • blind no longer says:

        Deripaska and the CIA connection to the guy in Iran, willing to fund this guys rescue/release with assistance from the FBI…how does that fit in here? Is Deripaska a CIA asset?

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        • DJ says:

          I think we’ll eventually find that Deripaska was working both sides of the street at various times.

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          • LafnH20 says:

            Manafort..

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          • The Boss says:

            Same with Steele, I think.

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          • trialbytruth says:

            probably with both sides blessing. The Russians settling for what ever he could find out about us and the US settling for whatever he might be willing to do in shared interest with an ear for anything that might ooze out around the edges.

            A lot of intelligence work is not about secrets, It is about attitudes what one chooses to talk about. FSB and CIA guys I would guess talk all the time. Many interests overlap. Look at the conference Carter Page attended in London. “retired” spies , active assets, politicians, and educators.Lots of luck trying to tell one from another.

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          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            Deripaska and Andrew McCabe, for whatever reason, had a longstanding relationship. This led to McCabe inserting himself into FBI investigations that involved Deripaska in some unusual and inappropriate ways, as observed by field agents working those cases.

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      • Ziiggii says:

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        • blind no longer says:

          ahhh, thanks Ziig!

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        • wheatietoo says:

          The bigger Question is…Who is “We”?

          Steele used “we” several times in those texts to Bruce Ohr.

          One of them was saying that “We” need another contact with the ‘group’ in case Bruce gets fired.

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          • blind no longer says:

            I wondered the same thing Wheatie, but really believe this was a worldwide coup with multiple Countries players….the possibilities are many.

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            • bingo!

              It’s ALL global. That is going to take some time… & patience.

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              • scott467 says:

                “It’s ALL global. That is going to take some time… & patience.”

                ___________________

                If the Trump team has the EVIDENCE — and we know they do, they have it ALL, from the inside — then once all the domestic traitors and terrorists (inside and outside of gov’t), the international banksters, international corporate terrorists and the global human trafficking ring is wiped out — DJT could do something like this:

                1) hold a presidential address, not just to the nation, but to the world

                2) announce which countries participated at the highest levels in both the Act of War against the United States AND who are participants in the international treason cabal to take over and subjugate the entire world

                3) provide EVIDENCE to prove the highlights irrefutably during the speech, U.N. Cuban missile crisis style, and provide a link to a WH.gov web address for the mountains of declassified evidence the whole world to see

                4) announce that in response to this Act of War (by most of our traditional ‘allies’, by the way), America is not going to respond militarily, because we know the good People of these nations are friends and in many cases family members of Americans, and they had no part in this Act of War, and America knows that full well — we know exactly who is responsible, and that is who we want.

                5) announce a list of arrest warrants for the heads of state and of the E.U. and associated high level members of the worldwide treason cabal — names and faces, and a bounty on the head of each one

                6) freeze the assets of every person on the list, such that they cannot transact business of any kind which involves the international banking system. Dedicate a TV or Internet channel, available worldwide giving a daily update of the exact location of every person on the list, information provided by the NSA and military intelligence. Nobody will have to look very hard to collect the bounties on their heads.

                7) announce that all nations whose leaders participated in the Act of War against America will be temporarily blocked from transacting any business with the United States — zero trade — no imports, no exports, until the good People of those nations deliver the leadership of their countries to a military tribunal, where their trials will be broadcast live to the world

                8) as soon as the leadership and associated criminals are turned over, all trade resumes as normal

                A military response would be entirely justified to this Act of War on America. We have chosen instead to hold only those who are actually responsible to account, those who are responsible not only for this Act of War on America, but for decades of crimes against humanity, especially including against their own People.

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          • Pat Frederick says:

            i noticed that as well–“our re-engagement with the Bureau”…if Steele was being paid by the FBI, which he was, who else was being paid? perhaps that avenue would lead to who “we” is…

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    • Newman says:

      The FBI doesn’t have a chance in hell to reform itself under the weasel leadership of Wray. Might as well have just left Comey in charge.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        AND the weasel Cotton whose affirmative questioning would not have struck fear in the engorged slug on the back porch.

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      • scott467 says:

        “The FBI doesn’t have a chance in hell to reform itself under the weasel leadership of Wray. ”

        ____________________

        As I always ask whenever the subject of ‘reform’ is brought up — can anyone name a single, large institution, in the history of the world, going all the way back to Adam, which having become thoroughly corrupt, was EVER successfully ‘reformed’?

        It’s an important question because if the answer is “No” — if it has NEVER happened in the history of mankind — then there is ZERO chance that it will happen in this case.

        The bigger the institution, the greater the corruption necessarily becomes.

        It’s practically axiomatic.

        If it is not a maxim, it ought to be.

        So there won’t be any ‘reform’ of the FBI.

        If we want to ‘fix’ what is wrong with the FBI, the first step is to admit that it cannot be ‘fixed’, it cannot be ‘reformed’. There is NO ‘core’ of virtue around which the rest of the institution could be rebuilt. There is only a rotted husk.

        The only way to fix it — or any other large, corrupt institution — is to demolish it, and begin anew, returning to first principles.

        The people who broke it, and those who kept it broken to their own benefit, cannot and will never ‘fix’ it.

        Those people have to be removed, and have no part in whatever comes next.

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        • Spot on. That goes for each and every un or extra-constitutional “agency” or entity created.

          It’s tyranny by bureacracy, period. It leaves the globalist swamp monsters cover and the ever so obvious kabuki theater to protect all the literal destruction of our nation and our lives… think “fed” alone. It’s made Americans slaves to a debtor economy. That can’t be fixed, and it’s the head of the snake that is constantly biting us. Chop it off.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          “As I always ask whenever the subject of ‘reform’ is brought up — can anyone name a single, large institution, in the history of the world, going all the way back to Adam, which having become thoroughly corrupt, was EVER successfully ‘reformed’?”
          ______

          Scott, I can think of a lot of times where I have seen “UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT” on a business.

          They keep the building, the name, logo and some of its people…but complete revamp everything else.

          Now granted, that is not a ‘Govt Institution’.
          But our VSG President is a businessman who is applying good business principles to saving this country.

          He has already got Mulvaney working on a govt-wide ‘Reorganization’ project.
          He is combining the Education Dept with the Labor Dept.

          I am hoping that he ‘combines’ the US Marshall Service with the FBI.
          But really in name only.
          Because I would like to see the US Marshall Service -in charge of- the FBI, with all of those agents under the watchful eye of the US Marshalls!

          In other words…Under New Management by the US Marshalls.

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          • scott467 says:

            “They keep the building, the name, logo and some of its people…but complete revamp everything else. ”

            __________________

            If it turns out to be proven (as if it hasn’t been already…) that the FBI, including all of the leadership, including the Director himself, was involved in an attempt to overthrow the duly elected leader and president of the United States of America, then:

            1. How do you justify keeping the name?
            How do you ‘restore’ faith and confidence of the American People in “the F.B.I.”? Yeah sure, we tried to overthrow the government and there was no law we didn’t gladly break to frame an innocent candidate… but that was week! Now we’re the “new and improved FBI!

            Uh-huh. That’ll go over real well…

            2. How do you keep the logo?
            Doesn’t the logo represent the entity? The wholly corrupt entity? Maybe they keep the logo if we add a ‘T’ to it, for “Treason”:

            Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity, TREASON.

            3. How do you keep any of the people?

            Which ones were the ‘good’ concentration camp guards at Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald, Dachau, Sobibor, Treblinka, et al? Which were the good Stasi and KGB members? Which ones were ‘innocent’ — and how could you ever know?

            It would be like keeping the KGB after the Soviet Union collapsed — only worse, because at least the KGB wasn’t so corrupt that it tried to subvert and destroy their own country.

            Hasn’t Sundance said on several occasions now that its a form of abusive co-dependence to keep parroting the talking point that it’s just the top brass, that the rank-and-file are ‘good’ guys?

            As for the building itself, if I understand correctly, it’s in bad shape and the FIB has been begging for funds for a new building for years now.

            Raze it to the ground.

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            • scott467 says:

              edit / correction: “…but that was LAST week! Now we’re the ‘new and improved’ FBI! “

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            • Bud Klatsch says:

              POTUS has asked the American people to offer the name for the new Space Force. Now, he can ask us to name the ‘new’ Dept of police.

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              • scott467 says:

                “POTUS has asked the American people to offer the name for the new Space Force. ”

                __________________

                I didn’t know that, but it’s the easiest one ever.

                Just as the first space shuttle was properly named “Enterprise”, the first space force, obviously, should be called Starfleet.

                Let’s see someone come up with a better name than that 🙂

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              • scott467 says:

                “Now, he can ask us to name the ‘new’ Dept of police.”

                ________________

                Well that’s just it… who says we NEED a ‘new’ Dept. of police?

                Not the Constitution, that’s for sure.

                When this is over, we will all see how an extra-Constitutional ‘police force’ (FBI) became so corrupted that is nearly toppled a duly elected president — and our Republic with it.

                If it happened once — and it did — then it is guaranteed to happen again, and it won’t take a hundred years for it to happen the next time, it will happen much sooner.

                We MUST learn from our mistakes.

                We MUST learn from history, and not repeat mistakes.

                If such betrayal and treason happened before (and it did), it will happen again, given opportunity. We cannot vest that kind of power and authority in a bureaucracy tasked with domestic surveillance and police powers, or it will come back sevenfold stronger and ruthless than it was before.

                ………………………………..
                “The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun. [10] Is there any thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new? it hath been already of old time, which was before us. [11] There is no remembrance of former things; neither shall there be any remembrance of things that are to come with those that shall come after.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9-11, KJV)
                ………………………………..

                If it happened before, it will happen again, because there is nothing ‘new’.

                Is there anything which is said to be new? It has already been thought of and done many times throughout history.

                But people don’t remember history. As the future unfolds, new history is created, and the people who come after that will not remember the history which came before them, either.

                Which is why history repeats itself, why we, as a species, keep making the same mistakes, over and over again.

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        • Angry Dumbo says:

          LIKE.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Scott, yes, and I agree. At around same time d.c. scool system brought in broom to clean house, Catrina hit destroying N.O. school system. Not only were buildings destroyed, but employees AND students were spread around country, etc.

          So, necessity forced reform.
          D.c., not so much. Parents and teachers fought reform, stonewalled, etc. And several years later, things had been moved around, but NO significant reform.

          So yes, blow up the fib and doj, but first build up parallel organisations, to replace. I believe that’s going on now.

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          • scott467 says:

            As TheHumanCondition points out above, wouldn’t this be the ideal time to ask the most basic and fundamental of questions, i.e., isn’t any ‘agency’ like the FBI extra-Constitutional to begin with?

            Isn’t that the root of the problem?

            If it is, then setting up any parallel organization is just as extra-Constitutional, just making the same mistake under a new title, just as outside the bounds established by the Framers and Founders of our nation — men who have an infinitely better record of foresight and understanding of human nature than the grotesquely corrupt men who established all of our extra-Constitutional ‘agencies’ which have proven to be nothing but a breeding ground for corruption and a constant blight on our nation.

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          Well Scott,
          I’d say you hit that one about 700 feet!

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        • Jim in TN says:

          The Roman Legion.
          Any time a legion broke and ran, it was ‘reformed’. They would line them all up and kill 1 out of every ten in full view of the rest. This is the origin of the term decimate.

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          • scott467 says:

            Except a Roman Legion is a military unit, equivalent to a regiment or brigade (up to 5,000 men), it is not an institution.

            And a military unit breaking and running is not a result of decades of rot and corruption from within, it is the result of failed leadership.

            Either the leader of the Roman Legion did not train his troops properly, or the leader of the Roman Legion gave them a suicide mission.

            .

            “They would line them all up and kill 1 out of every ten in full view of the rest. This is the origin of the term decimate.”

            ________________

            Yes, I see the word ‘decimate’ misused all the time, as if it was synonymous with ‘obliterate’ or ‘annihilate’, which it is not.

            Every tenth man.

            A tactic which exemplified the value (or, lack thereof) placed on the lives of his own men by the commanders who resorted to it. It is an indiscriminate punishment that would have been better applied to the leadership, IMO.

            ………………………….
            Word Origin
            from Latin decimāre, from decimus tenth, from decem ten
            …………………………

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    • fleporeblog says:

      The White Hats have had enough! The last few days have been absolutely awesome 😎. John Solomon is destroying all of these POS each day with something new. I have noticed that none of them have been on Twitter lately. To me, that is a great sign. We are not just over the target but we have all our panes ready, willing and able to drop their bombs when the order is given!

      I haven’t lost gate in AG Sessions yet. I am frustrated just like everyone else. However, Joe talked about DOJ Prosecutor Huber and everything he is currently looking into. I will continue to pray that Huber and Sessions will do what is right for our country rather than the institution. The institution is what has brought us to this moment in time.

      The Rule of Law in this country hangs in the balance. Does the institution win and we become a lawless society or does the Rule of Law win and future generations can look back at this moment in history to learn from and make sure it never ever happens again.

      The FBI is dead 💀 at this moment! The good news is that Huber doesn’t need them to build the case. IG Horowitz has done that and continues to do that for him.

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      • DanO64 says:

        Like big time.

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      • Gadsden says:

        Funny how we haven’t heard a damn thing about Huber since he was appointed…🤔

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        • fleporeblog says:

          And in my book that is a good thing!

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          • It is a GREAT thing, despite the instant gratification crowd’s concern trolling and hand wringing it’s exactly as it should be… they should learn to put a little more faith in the VSG Master Troll President.

            Yeppers, and oh my…

            The activation catalyst to the entire Big Ugly that will lead to The never too late and incredible -POLITICAL- American Reckoning is here. I’m loving it.

            Sincerely, & just for you JerryDon!

            Feel free to continue calling yours truly >>> “SessionsGroupieSyndrome” 😀

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          • Ray Runge says:

            4 years ago I invested a big chunk of change, for me, in plot of ground known to have high quality iron ore down below. The ride has included the honest metal dealer placing lip stick on a pig but the plot may yet involve a return on investment.—-Thus far NADA. Huber is viewed in the same light. So nice to view any resulting perp walks.

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            • Bullseye says:

              LOVE to see Comey Stroyk Brennen McCabe Clapper all lined up against a wall
              handcuffed, just having to stand and face a million photogs and press yelling questions at them for about 5 minutes kinda ala Chapo perp walk. Total humiliation

              Here’s hoping Sessions and Huber come thru

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            • cozette says:

              The average number of indictments per year is 1,000. Currently there are more than 45,000 thousand sealed indictments. Indictments are being issued at a rate of 5,000 per month I dont care about being entertained by perp walks or trials. I learned my lesson with OJ. What I care about is successful prosecutions and the destruction of as much of the evil, corrupt networks as possible. This is NOT about individuals. Huber is facing the biggest RICO cases in our history. The criminals arent mafia figures but famous, powerful and beloved public figures that will be fiercely protected by the corporate media propogandists. Im frankly amazed by how quickly things are happening. President Trump and his team have been waging this global war against pure evil brilliantly imho. God bless them. Vote Republican on November 6th to show you have his back.

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          • Max Tadpol says:

            I’m from Missouri on this one, but I pray you are correct.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I have to believe that Sessions is seething. He was the chump in all this, but as each day passes, I have to believe he wants the bastards in prison. Sessions is a rule of law guy. What I don’t get is DiGenova being very raw in his descriptions of Sessions…unless that’s a ruse.

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        • Master Level Trolling can surely be confusing to those that aren’t trolls themselves.

          Not that being a (good guy) troll makes one aware of everything going on behind the scenes, but it helps!

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        • Ray Runge says:

          Sessions has spent hid time sleeping with the coyotes. Not once has Sessions offered in an official manner that Roenstein should report to US citizens the current status of the Herr Mueller Inquisition.

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        • Blaze says:

          DiGenova can smell a rat from the next universe. He knows Sessions is protecting Swamp and has called Sessions out numerous times on Fox. I commend him for being raw and exposing Sessions for the Swamp creature he is.

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        Flep, I have never been worried about Jeff Sessions or Huber. What they have done and are doing in the ‘background” away from DC has “white hats” written all over it. The recusal, second special council outside of DC and nigh on 45,000 plus indictments has super genius VSGPDJT written all over it. People tend to either forget or just plain don’t understand that this was and remains a covert sting operation to take down the swamp and those who aid and abetted it.

        Trust the plan baby!

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        • ezpz2 says:

          What second special counsel?
          What plan?

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          • cozette says:

            Ezpz2 Huber has vastly more power than a second SC. Hence there is no need for one. Huber has 470 plus staff. Mueller has 17 on his. The plan is our President and his teams plan to Drain the Swamp. If you recall with ISIS Trump told us they would be detroyed but he wouldnt reveal how because if he told us then the enemy would know too. He said hed pick the best people for the job and theyd let us know when the job was done. He asked us to trust that he had a plan and he asked us to trust the plan. This holds true for Trumps promise to Drain the Swamp. That involves a much greater and more dangerous war than taking on ISIS imho. Once again, he will not tell us his strategies and tactics because then the enemy will know too. Just as with the war on ISIS we trust that he has a plan and we trust that plan because we have faith in him as our leader. He has earned it. And we pray for him, his team, our country and the world.

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          • Probably just referring to Huber, which isn’t a special counsel. It’s better…

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        • Dobegirl says:

          kiskiminetas
          You summed it up nicely. I totally agree.

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        • Covadonga says:

          I hope the 45,000 sealed indictments result in perp walks by swamp people, and not by MAGA people.

          Since the indictments are sealed, we don’t know what is in them yet.

          Somewhere on this site recently there was a list of resignations and retirements that have been announced suddenly, with these sealed indictments being the alleged factor behind most of them.

          Looking down the list, most of the politicians seemed to be Republican congressmen. In fact, the huge number of Republican representatives not seeking reelection this year has been cited separately as a reason control of the House is in such contention. Encumbents could easily hold their seats.

          It just seemed that if you are cleaning up the Deep State, there would be at least as many Dems as Republicans. Or maybe they are slipping word to dirty Republicans to retire with honor now, while letting the dirty Dems get caught by surprise when the jaws of the trap snap shut.

          There could be a million hypotheses to explain the facts revealed so far. I don’t think we yet know what is really going on.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        “The institution is what has brought us to this moment in time.”
        _____

        HusseinO was on a mission to destroy this country, Fle.

        Destroy our intuitions…destroy our country.
        He corrupted them so badly, in order to destroy them.

        Do we give him what he wants?

        Or do we clean up his mess and restore our institutions.

        If we destroy the FBI…because it has been “corrupted beyond repair”…then we will have to open up our prisons and let out all the people who were convicted with FBI casework.

        This would cause Chaos.
        HusseinO would love that.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          We should do what was done in Yemen 🇾🇪 to these 3 POS pedophiles!

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        • kiskiminetas says:

          The upper leadership in in the FBI and DOJ are going to be incarcerated just as the main characters that were in on the take down. As for the rest of them in those departments there will be many who will be let go and there will be a drawdown of agents. This falls in line with the intent do so to other federal agencies by this administration.

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        • Jedi9 says:

          No no need! Can still rebuild the FBI by stripping it down to the frame then refurbish it over time, piece by piece.

          Hussein is the type of person that doesn’t die with a massive blow, but with a strategy of a 1000 tiny little cuts being applied!

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        • Clinteastwood says:

          I don’t think we’d have to “open up our prisons” if all the DOJ and FBI corruption is exposed…….however, it might be OK to reverse some of those convictions, let some of those prisoners out….after all it’s obvious the justice system is corrupt. It won’t get less corrupt by hiding this truth to “protect” these institutions. Painful as it may be, the truth must come out, otherwise the cancer in our midst will continue to fester. I for one am not afraid to let these chips fall where the y may.

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          • wheatietoo says:

            I think you misunderstood what I was saying.

            Because what you’re proposing is basically what I was getting at too.

            Rather than destroy the FBI as a whole, and give HusseinO what he wants…we surgically remove the corruption and restore the institution to restore law & order.

            And yeah, there may be some cases that these corrupto-crats worked on…that resulted in innocent people being convicted.
            Those would deserve to be overturned.

            But people are calling for the FBI to be destroyed, as a whole.
            I don’t think they are considering what would happen next.
            That would be like a blanket ‘admission of guilt’ and cast doubt upon every case that the FBI worked on.

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        • Kaco says:

          The guilty FBI parties need to be tried and sentenced. No “bias training” needed, it will be a given.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Like when the King of England has the Archbishop of Canterberry killed; Does the King have to follow the law?

        While he received symbolic punishment, the answer was yes.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Flep,
        My bet is you are right over the target. The FBI is dead……the US Marshalls Service can absorb some of that duty.
        The most vital event is bringing every one of these scum buckets to justice. There have to be trials. There has to be a demonstrable rule of law that applies to them, as it would us. There has to be severe punishment for the sedition.
        I understand that justice grinds slowly, but if we don’t restore the rule, it’s going to be restored by methods that Jefferson and Hancock would predict.
        Millions of us have had more than quite enough of the people who did this. They must be made an example of that will echo in eternity.
        Our enemies must have a Nuremberg understanding of the finality that faces them.
        Someone correctly pointed out the Constitution forbids drawing and quartering.
        It does not forbid firing squads, then publically hanging the executed so the birds can have a meal.
        I mean every word of this post.
        These bastards are going to have to pay, or the country is finished.

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      • scott467 says:

        “Does the institution win and we become a lawless society or does the Rule of Law win and future generations can look back at this moment in history to learn from and make sure it never ever happens again.”

        __________________

        The Rule of Law wins.

        The only question is whether Sessions and Huber want to do this the hard way, or the harder way.

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    • sundance says:

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      • King Arthur says:

        So dirty.

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      • King Arthur says:

        So this is why Mueller is gunning for Manafort? Holy $&@“!

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      • LafnH20 says:

        Judge Collyer signed off on that Title 1 FISA, iirc

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosemary_M._Collyer

        From the link..
        Rosemary Mayers Collyer

        Presiding Judge of the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court
        Incumbent
        Assumed office
        –May 19, 2016–
        Appointed by
        John G. Roberts Jr.
        Preceded by
        Thomas F. Hogan

        They were gonna get a FISA warrant.
        Come hell or highwater – boarding

        They had someone, maybe…
        On the inside?🤔

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      • SmilinJackAbbott says:

        How does that square up with this?:

        http://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/387625-mueller-may-have-a-conflict-and-it-leads-directly-to-a-russian-oligarch

        “Two months before Trump was elected president, Deripaska was in New York as part of Russia’s United Nations delegation when three FBI agents awakened him in his home; at least one agent had worked with Deripaska on the aborted effort to rescue Levinson. During an hour-long visit, the agents posited a theory that Trump’s campaign was secretly colluding with Russia to hijack the U.S. election.

        “Deripaska laughed but realized, despite the joviality, that they were serious,” the lawyer said. “So he told them in his informed opinion the idea they were proposing was false. ‘You are trying to create something out of nothing,’ he told them.”

        Was he given the visa AFTER this in exchange for keeping an open on collusion?

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        • mr.piddles says:

          “[…] ‘You are trying to create something out of nothing,’ he told them.”

          Yes. That is exactly what DiGenova and others have been saying. Entirely fabricated. It’s just that OD literally knew about it before anyone else. The conspirators tried to bring OD into the inner workings of the conspiracy.

          So the FBI shows up and says: “hey, ol’ buddy, help us with this”. Deripaska says “you guys are crazy”. Then? What then?

          According to reporting: “The agents left though the FBI sought more information in 2017 from the Russian, sources tell me. Waldman declined to say if Deripaska has been in contact with the FBI since Sept, 2016.”

          Hm, ok. So it didn’t end with “you guys are crazy” then. The FBI came back, and the lawyer won’t say nuthin’ about nuthin’. He spills the beans on everything else, but won’t confirm or deny whether anything happened between OD and FBI after that.

          So what was in it for OD? Visa? Certainly a little token of the FBI’s appreciation. But that hardly seems compensatory, esp. to a sharp business type like OD. FBI offers: “You mega lie for us, we’ll let you stay in the country for a couple years”. Mm. Yeah. I don’t think so. What else ya got? Season tickets to the Yanks AND the Knicks. Ok, keep the Knicks tickets, but getting warmer. Fill in the blank ______________.

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    • Dr.Jay says:

      Yes Steele was working for Deripaska in early 2016. Doing a white job for him (help clear Deripaska and fight sanctions against Deripaska).
      At the same time Steele was doing a black job against Trump.

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    • In mentioning Chinese telecommunications companies at the 2+ min mark in the video you shared, one co cited was Huawei (sp?)…just fyi, that company advertised heavily on the Canadian station during the NHL playoffs (possibly as a sponsor of the broadcast)…so perhaps some connection between China & Canada here, hmm?

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  4. JC says:

    I’m as up to speed on this as anyone (thanks SD)… and yet I can’t figure out how the implication that Steele worked for Deripaska fits into what we know.

    Deripaska originally funded Steele’s work? Fusion piled on with Clinton/DNC funding? Or the Clinton/DNC funding was a way to cover up the fact that Deripaska/Russia was really behind the dossier?

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    • DJ says:

      “…the implication that Steele worked for Deripaska…”
      —————————————-

      Ya got it backwards, turn it around.

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    • King Arthur says:

      Deripaska probably wanted fav treatment from Her Illness. Clinton machine (DNC same thing) paid for this debacle to drip drip and create a narrative that THEY themselves were actually doing! There’s allegedly an Assange angle through this Weldman cat associated with Steele and now Senate Corruption Committee wants to cut a deal with Assange. So dirty.

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      • King Arthur says:

        And of course Obama and his hench were supplying the 3 letter agencies to move this all along. Brennan, Comey, dumbass Clapptrap, Yates, Ohr. The worst people ever in government!

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      • svenwg says:

        It seems that the SCC is trying to nullify the information that Assange has that will blow up the Russia collusion narrative and forever prove that the DNC hack never happened.

        Once they have had him in a closed door setting they can selectively leak false information that indeed they received irrevocably proof from Assange that it was indeed the Russians that hacked both the DNC and Podesta emails to help Donald Trump to become POTUS.

        Assange needs to avoid Corruption Junction like the plague that they are as they will infect his narrative for ever more!!!

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    • CopperTop says:

      Deripaska is Aluminum oligarch with Ukraine. Clinton State craft wanted to install their preferred leader there to control $ and power in that region. That’s why John Kerry’s team forwarded the dossier to FBI (Remember Nyland…she said …I know this is not us…it’s Justice)

      He’s useful to any administration of the past 6 decades. He’s NOT useful to a straight shooting…tarriff yielding…has enough money Trump administration.

      Insurance Policy…is to keep HRC in office…than later destroy DJT once phase 1 didn’t work out…

      You have to consider what a HRC state dept would want to do in different parts of the world to understand the likes of a Deripaska coming into focus.

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    • TimesUp says:

      The FBI has a long history with Deripaska including trying to use his business connections in Iran to spring CIA operative Robert Levinson from captivity. His involvement as a middleman attempting to get him freed goes back to 2008 if not earlier.

      So, what do we have? We have people in the FBI actively conspiring to create a false narrative (dossier) that President Trump is colluding with the Russians. For this they need actual Russians and others like Steele they trust to produce it. My assumption is we are about to learn that Deripaska’s had a role in this and that Fusion GPS used Deripaska to help make the dossier as believable as possible.

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      • Leane Kamari says:

        I dont think so. Deripaska is a business person and all he wants to do is business i.e. money and profit. He already had trouble with a lack of a visa to the US. Why on earth would he risk getting into even bigger trouble especially when he wasn’t a blind liberal hack but saw the sings on the wall that Trump could become POTUS? Doesn’t add up.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Yep. OD had the right “linkage” to the Russian Govt/KGB (or whatever it’s called now) to add some apparent credibility.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Looks like Clinton/DNC and OD/Russia were working together. Treason big time.

      Now THAT was the good ‘ole days!

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  5. CopperTop says:

    Deripaska = BRENNAN

    Liked by 11 people

  6. blind no longer says:

    All the President’s allies are out on the airwaves and taking some shots at Mueller…it’s going down soon. How many days til the mid terms? It’s gonna be HUGE!

    The Foundation has been laid with dynamite!

    Liked by 10 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      Yes, as of this week, it’s become clear that Trump gave the order, “Go get ’em.'” DiGenova as much as said that, that Trump had had enough.

      Liked by 8 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      3 months til mid terms.

      I think it goes down sooner- once the kids are back in school and families are back together under same roof eating meals together.

      Sometime in September, so we still have 6-8 weeks for more to trickle out once initial un-redactions come out.

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      • blind no longer says:

        We’ve waited this long, I guess we can wait a few more, but the suspense is starting to get to me now that I know for sure it’s really going down!! WOOOHOOO

        Liked by 4 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Watched the Rudy Hannity video. I think VSG is confident about the midterms.

        And exposing this crap is NOT all gonna go down, BEFORE the midterms.

        Oh, he’s got October surprises, more than sufficient to counter any they pull.

        “This is like Watergate, only much, much worse.”

        And how was the public educated about Watergate? By Congrssional hearings, where they saw the principles, on t.v., giving testimony.

        So, I predict enough comes out,prior to midterms. Then with T pick ups in both houses, we see Congressional hearings the way they,are SUPPOSED to be conducted, investigations, and prosecutions the way they are supposed to be conducted, all stuff we haven’t seen in,..many years.

        New Rep. Leadership, and VSG with enough political capitol that even the rinos jump when he tells em to.

        And payback is a u know. Mueller will be so screwed, as well as others who openly conspired.

        Anyway, that’s my prediction, we’ll see what happens, but I’m not expecting major keep walks between now and Nov.

        It’s impractical and unneccesary.

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          Dutch,
          You are a thinker, along with so many other Treepers here. I differ from your prognostication as I think getting this out in the open very soon could guarantee the enemy loses lots more seats on November 6th. PDJT requires more allies as He is a constitutional President and has legislation in mind.
          You may be right about post mortem investigations by Congress, but the good stuff is coming very soon.

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    • kiskiminetas says:

      That is Trump Gold Dynamite!

      Liked by 2 people

    • DJ says:

      “The Foundation has been laid with dynamite!”
      ————————————————————
      Are you suggesting that the Clinton Foundation is about to blow up? 😉

      Liked by 1 person

  7. CopperTop says:

    Tom Cotton asks about the London lawyer. Earlier today heard Carter, Solomon, York was ‘second sourced’ with a person familiar with all the places to look regarding Steele in the UK courts that confirm that the communications with Ohr and Steele are real and fulsome

    Liked by 6 people

  8. DanO64 says:

    It’s coming out. Sure hope Friday is a drop day. Make it Yuge!

    Liked by 5 people

  9. Tl Howard says:

    Question: At the end, Carr asks DiGenova if he thinks guys like Brennan and Clapper will be perp walked and JDG says he hopes so, but worries that the DOJ’s aversion to indicting themselves might stop that from happening.

    Sessions isn’t recused from all this is he? Yes, I know Huber is conducting the investigation (in conjunction with Horowitz’s crew) but in the end, wouldn’t it be up to Session, NOT RR, to decide whether to go after the top guys like Brennan and Clapper? Their crimes continued long after the campaign was over, right? Are we to think Sessions would make NO decisions about anything the conspirators did before the election, during the post-election, and after the inauguration?

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    • DJ says:

      “…but in the end, wouldn’t it be up to Session, NOT RR, to decide whether to go after the top guys like Brennan and Clapper?”
      ——————————————————————————————-
      Neither of those two.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ray Runge says:

      Consider for a moment the DoJ’s current status. The AG in reality is ROSEY. Rosy has permitted Herr Mueller the any discretion in prosecutorial authority one could fantasize.

      Huber in light of prevailing FoJ ethic of how “justice is best served” would be hard pressed to begin indictments for people that the IG reports recommend no prosecution after multiple crimes have been documented (CTH earlier this week). A sea change at the DoJ will be necessary.

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      • Wait for it…

        We are no longer dealing with corruption from the restored White House.

        Liked by 2 people

      • cozette says:

        Please note the number of upper echelon people at the DOJ and FBI who have “resigned”/been fired. Over twenty. Both Departments are being gutted. Naturally the corporate media including FAUX hasnt focused on this amazing fact. They rely on peddling fear and anger rather than the truth.

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      • Leane Kamari says:

        We haven’t seen the classified portion of the IG report and Horrowitz was adamant that Congress and the public should see that, remember?

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  10. Gadsden says:

    Hannity says he has been told details of what’s to come, DiGenova says he has been told that declassification is imminent, Rudy is signaling that this whole thing is getting busted wide open. This lines up perfectly timing wise. Mueller is planning on releasing his report for maximum effect just prior to the election, so declassify and expose the whole rotten scheme before he gets a chance. Furthermore, by waiting until now, Trump has allowed all the key players to further expose and incriminate themselves and the scandal will play out for max effect for the elections, taking the wind out of the democrat sails. Stand by folks, things are finally happening – I expect just after Labor Day is when this happens.

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  11. WSB says:

    I really love seeing Judge Collyer’s mug shot, Sundance! Please keep her up fromt and center. We haven’t even gotten to Contreras or her yet. After all these months, years, of knowing.

    Liked by 9 people

  12. jmclever says:

    DiGenova seemed to confirm that Steele was working FOR Deripaska. Steele was MI6 Russia House. Is Steele a double agent? Has Steele betrayed Britain or was he another go-between like Bruce Ohr to keep official MI6 hands from getting dirty?

    If true, then Russia (or at least a Russian oligarch) was conspiring with Hillary/DNC to prevent DJT from becoming President and to unseat him once he did.

    Do Russian oligarchs consider themselves global citizens or are they loyal to Mother Russia? Would an oligarch pulling the strings give Putin plausible deniability? Does Oleg Deripaska have a personal vendetta against Donald Trump?

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    • WSB says:

      Hannigan, head of MI6, retired January 23, 2017.

      My thoughts are that Britain, maybe Canada, and other 5-eyes were all a part of the attempt to frame and take down a US Presidential candidate, President-Elect, and current sitting President.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Jedi9 says:

        Yep! Canada and May’s Gov, are all part of the Globalist cabal. Remember Macron is pro EU and they all tried to gang up on PDJT at the G7! The disaster that followed was a major blunder by them, more than most people think! Trudeau being the most egregious! It is also why I believe Bannon is serving a useful role internationally by pushing the populist movement in Europe and working quietly behind the scenes. Trump has to be three steps ahead of everyone, because he is surrounded everyday by enemies both foreign and domestic!

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      • I have thought that from day one of all this bovine scat being spread like “news”.

        It’s really already verified “per se” as well.

        Hence, my constant and likely annoying post stating that all of this is GLOBAL.

        Because it is! Why we wouldn’t “go there” I believe is because we have been conditioned by the globalists and their political and enemedia puppets to shy away from that “silly old conspiracy theory.”

        Not me, I ain’t shying away from it, ever. It’s been in our faces for a century already.

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    • DJ says:

      “DiGenova seemed to confirm that Steele was working FOR Deripaska.”
      ———————————————
      No. It was Carr who made that off-the-cuff comment that Steele was working for Deripaska.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Steele is a broker making a living.

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    • Covadonga says:

      I would urge every Treeper to read Diana West’s Red Thread series, dealing with the Communist connections of the coup attempt.

      Part 4 deals specifically with Steele and some of his fellow Russian-speaking Leftists.

      Parts 6, 7, and 8 are also highly relevant.

      Ms. West is an expert on Communist infiltration, having written the 2013 bestseller American Betrayal, which is one of the most significant books on 20th century American history ever written.

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  13. FofBW says:

    Do not have any expectations the MSM will have anything to do with reporting the Big Ugly.

    I am assuming PT knows this and has a plan to get the truth out.

    Liked by 8 people

    • The sudden moves to de-platform conservatives is a sure indicator that our domestic enemies know the end approaches.

      Liked by 11 people

      • kiskiminetas says:

        Oh it certainly does GMT!

        Liked by 6 people

      • But it will backfire on these Wile E. Coyotes bigly!

        # WalkAway… lmao! 😀

        Liked by 5 people

      • nimrodman says:

        The sudden moves to de-platform conservatives is a sure indicator that our domestic enemies know the end approaches.

        I wouldn’t attribute it all to that.

        I think Leftist social media have determined NOT to allow us free voice in any election ever again, and it’s mainly the approaching mid-terms that’s causing them to pull the trigger now.

        Let alone the editorial content of Rush and others, for a moment.

        Just think of the inspiring influence of all those great memes we saw in the last election, motivating our constituency.

        Pepe the Frog drove Leftys bat$hit. Then there were all the great ones like the ones below.

        The power of ridicule and satire.
        Alinsky knew.

        The Left saw how well it worked for us and determined to never allow it again. Not in 2020. Not in 2018.

        My take, YMMV



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        • Yes. Still, ya gotta imagine they know that we’ll develop our own platforms and use existing ones. It’s suicidal for them. Delaying the inevitable at best. The paradigm shifted. Globalism lost. All that’s left is the shouting.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      When the Bigly Ugly occurs and our Media in Canada does not cover it, BELIEVE me I will be calling every news station local, provincial and federal constantly inquiring where the coverage is?

      Liked by 6 people

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      There are certain stories that can not be ignored. The MSM will have to get up to speed on this. They are about to see their allies decapitated.
      They will have to report, or they wont financially survive the telling.

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  14. Serendipity !

    What was inconceivable, tinfoil hat, wackobird conspiracy on 9/11….

    will become very believable after RussiaGate blows….

    http://tinyurl.com/911-POTUS

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    • YES!!!

      It’s been heading that way since Trump announced his candidacy and the rallies began. I have “friends” that mocked me for years (many) that started calling and asking a bazillion questions, after their whiny apologies. lol I loved it… because we need them!

      Great comment.

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  15. thesavvyinvester says:

    When is McCain implicated and linked to all this as more is revealed…

    Liked by 6 people

  16. DJ says:

    “Does Oleg Deripaska have a personal vendetta against Donald Trump?”
    ————————————————————————————————
    Hmmm… I wonder what happened recently that Deripaska might have been hoping to avoid?

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/apr/28/oleg-deripaska-agrees-to-cede-control-of-firms-hit-by-us-sanctions

    https://money.cnn.com/2018/04/09/investing/russia-sanctions-deripaska-rusal/index.html

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    • DJ says:

      This reply actually belonged up a few posts…

      But a quote from the second link above:

      “Listed companies controlled by Oleg Deripaska have lost over $6 billion in market value since they were hit with the sanctions on Friday by the Trump administration.”

      Liked by 7 people

      • Jedi9 says:

        And Russia is not happy about it either. The Roble has dropped considerably since then. I suspect that when all the swamp is drained, perhaps a move will be made by Russia to try to negotiate to normalize relations again. Who knows! Certainly the Russia, Russia Collusion Delusion has muddied the waters.

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      • Steve says:

        All of the Swamp is losing money because of DJT. That’s why they hate him. Think of Feinstein’s husband and his chicom connections, or McConnel’s missus. As ever, follow the money. These people sound America out to line their own pockets.

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    • Dr.Jay says:

      Against Manafort yes. Because of a failed deal. Hence Manafort tried to appease OD with something else than money (which M did no longer have).
      And OD may have tried to smear M via his Ukrainian contacts.

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  17. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Does anyone know where these current dribbles of new documents and handwritten notes from Bruce Ohr are coming from? I feel like I missed this?

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  18. Paul Sperry’s latest tweet blows the whole thing apart;
    ‏https://twitter.com/paulsperry_/status/1027759598646779904
    @paulsperry_
    18m18 minutes ago

    Oleg Deripaska (OD) needed visa

    OD tried to collect $ from Manafort

    McCabe & Strzok searched for pretext to spy on Trump

    OD got visa, passed dirt to Steele on Manafort & Page re Kremlin

    Steele added the dirt to dossier

    FBI used dirt as PC basis to obtain FISA to spy on Page

    Sperry is no doubt looking at texts that will be revealed tomorrow/next week where Steele is trying to work a way for Oleg to get a VISA.

    Liked by 2 people

    • King Arthur says:

      Did Manafort cross Mueller at some time in the past?

      Liked by 2 people

      • CopperTop says:

        In September 2016 — just two months before Election Day — three FBI officials visited Deripaska and told him, “We think Trump’s campaign and Russia are colluding on the election,” Solomon (pictured left above) told Fox News host Laura Ingraham, noting that the FBI officials mentioned Manafort.

        “And he lets out a big laugh,” Solomon said. “So the guy they go to is an enemy of Paul Manafort, and they say, ‘Well, can you help us prove that maybe Manafort’s colluding with [Russian President Vladimir] Putin to throw the whole election to Donald Trump?’

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      • Rhoda R says:

        You mean besides working for Trump during the convention?

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    • asleepatthewheel says:

      Wasn’t Steele also pushing the U.S. to ease up the Magnitsky Act. Maybe it was as simple as a quid pro quo between HRC and the Russians… give dirt on Trump to help her win election and she would take care of them later.

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    • Craig from Scotland says:

      Oleg Deripaska is everywhere in this story. I caught the date in the right hand corner of the email and text logs of Steele to Ohr.
      Note: HPSCI (3-23-2018)-DOJ-000025
      House Permanent Select Committee of Intelligence re Chairman Nunes.
      Example Link: https://www.scribd.com/document/385703667/Ohr-Steele-Text-Messages-January-2017#download&from_embed

      See what happens two weeks later on April 6, 2018 and Oleg Deripaska and his firms get annihilated with sanctions;
      Link: https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm0338
      April 6, 2018
      ‘Treasury Designates Russian Oligarchs, Officials, and Entities in Response to Worldwide Malign Activity’

      Deripaska owns firms (or did) such as Rusal and Basic Element which are heavy metals (excuse the pun) conglomerates. I’m think Rusal stands for Russia Aluminium.
      Deripaska must have viewed VSG President Trump victory would rightly protect American interests and industry first, and this would severely effect Deripaska’s commercial interests. VSG President Trump is now rolling up the aluminium guy Deripaska et al and he’s gonna destroy these b…..ds. YES!!!

      23 May 2018 – Russian bank VTB stopped lending to sanctioned oligarch Oleg Deripaska
      25 May 2018 – Sanctioned tycoon Deripaska resigns as director of his firm Rusal
      30 May 2018 – U.S. Signals Deripaska Should Cut EN+ Stake
      08 June 2018 – Rusal faces more turmoil if U.S. sanctions not lifted

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  19. TNGal says:

    All must listen. I haven’t heard Joe Di Genova this happy in a long, long time!

    Liked by 7 people

    • I was gratified to hear Joe say that the President hates Rod Rosenstein’s guts.

      These vermin need their cages rattled.

      Liked by 9 people

      • WSB says:

        Tonight the LSM is actually reporting that The President’s and Rosenstein’s relationship has ‘softened’.

        They must be scared.

        Liked by 3 people

        • I am definitely sensing a change in the water, to quote Tolkien.

          Liked by 3 people

        • mr.piddles says:

          If Trump meant what he said (and I think he sizes up the situation and chooses his words carefully), then that would mean either:
          1.) Rosencrantz is a black hat, now in a box where he belongs due to Trump’s strategic executive decisions.
          2.) Rosencrantz is a white hat, and White Hat Operations are at a point where declassification and slow-leak process can commence (according to Joey D.)

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          • cozette says:

            My guess would be that Rosenstein is going down and Trump wanted it on the record that he thought Rosenstein was a great guy so he could feign dismay when Rosenstein is revealed to be a rat or sadness when Rosenstein decides to resign. Trumps positioning for whats to come and thinking of optics imho. Rosenstein would be much safer if Trump were railing against him. Again, imho.

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  20. King Arthur says:

    So here’s a weird thought. If the Oligarch is part of this, did Putin sign off on a scheme to paint collusion on Trump….With Putin?!

    Liked by 1 person

    • King Arthur says:

      This is interesting. Derispaska doesn’t seem to be liked by Putin…

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    • CopperTop says:

      You are looking at like an American relationship. The like/like luxury does not exist in Putin’s world. One is are useful/not useful.

      Deripaska went right to the Kremlin to tell them the FBI had said that they worried about a collusion with Trump…

      BECAUSE just the very facts the FBI thought that makes that info VERY useful to Putin and = new pays day for OD.

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  21. waltherppk says:

    Indications are pretty good that POTUS Trump has already declassified the needed documentation and that a calculated sequence of information release has already begun. It is like a drama being played out according to a script with a movie director ….or director in chief ….something like a Hitchcock movie production

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    • LafnH20 says:

      That would make sense…
      At least a possibility.

      Declassification to the fewest possible… Sources & Methods safe guarded…
      Ready for controlled release.
      At a time of your choosing.
      All is known.. target rich environment.

      No One knows who NOT to TALK to..
      Who NOT to be “With”..
      With so many angles for attack..
      The ENEMY can NOT defend all areas.
      Financially, Physically, Politically.

      They have Him..
      Right where He wants them.
      They just think each respective side..
      Is over the same barrel.

      HA!!😃
      A position of Strength.
      And TRUTH..

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    • And with MUCH more than just a cameo appearance… 😀

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    • cozette says:

      President Trump has always said that what he always really wanted to do was produce movies. That was his dream, even in college. Now he’s doing exactly that and revolutionizing the genre while destroying Hollywood and making them irrelevant. God bless his creative genius.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Trump Train says:

        Would be awesome if he had a team of writers documentation a lot of this as it goes along and then Trump makes a movie on it after leaving office and bypasses Hollywood.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      Walther,
      It is going to be released in digestible chunks to shape the story for public understanding and Maximum Damage to the enemy.
      It’s all about cutting off the heads of the snakes, or just eating the poisonous vipers whole, as a King
      Snake does.
      PDJT=King Snake
      We will get to enjoy the meal with him.

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  22. Roy Eyman says:

    To SD,
    As I proposed in an email some time ago, beware the “mind f*ck”. Specifically, making you work very hard to see what they want you to see. I think you have a good to excellent appreciation of the process. Keep up the good work.

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  23. Red says:

    I think the orders came straight from Obama. He strikes me as a petty, vengeful, evil prick. I think he was enraged about Trump’s and Arpio’s claim regarding the fake birth certificate. I honestly believe he was born in Kenya. They new it and did nothing so they had to cover for the Kenyan.

    It just doesn’t make sense why all of these people hated Trump so much. If Jeb or any of the others would have won would they have gone to these lengths? I don’t think so….it was Donald Trump and Sheriff Arpio that pushed the fake birth certificate. The spooks surely knew the truth, so they covered their a$$es, or tried to. Afterall, we had 8 years of an illegitimate Presidency…..call me crazy, but none of this makes sense.

    Liked by 7 people

    • WSB says:

      I’m with you, Red. Crazy.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Red says:

        Thanks WSB, at least I don’t feel so alone out here in the Twilight Zone….I find it very hard to believe that all of these people just worshipped Hillary, the only thing I can come up with is the question surrounding the Kenyan’s country of birth. I really don’t believe this would have happened if anyone other than Trump would have won. I know there are trillions of dollars at stake, but how many of these lowlife alphabet workers really would have benefited from those trillions?

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        • Rhoda R says:

          No doubt about the Kenyan’s feelings for Trump but I doubt that he’s intelligent enough or motivated enough to actually get involved in the details of the plot. Brennan (?) (the CIA guy) is the ring master of all of this. Not the top dog by any means, but I think this is the CIA’s dog and pony show from the beginning.

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          • Red says:

            I agree, Brennan the commie muslim convert, muslim brotherhood lover ect…all the head honchos were the brains behind this. Add in McStain too, he had a beef with Candidate Trump for questioning his war “hero” status. So, so many players in this atrocity, its really unbelieveable!

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        • WSB says:

          Indeed. We are already on our way to a third world encampment, so it is a miracle that President Trump is where he is and hopefully leading us out of this mess.

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    • Cheri Lawrence says:

      Jeb Bush is the same side of this coin as it is all in the Illuminati family. Trump was the only outsider with no ties to them. Hopefully when the birth certificate among other things comes out he will be stripped of his title and we can erase him from our history! We had a phoney American as President and a first man transvestite in the White House, omg the whole thing was a total fraud and a stolen election.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        I doubt I will ever find forgiveness for the idiots who fell for Obumbles, and voted for him.
        Many of us knew he was pure fraud, but we were over ruled by the MSM.
        Payback is going to be a bitch, and like many here, I demand my revenge served up in this world.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “It just doesn’t make sense why all of these people hated Trump so much.”

      That should be clear, no? Trump is owned by nobody, and look at the global machine he stands to tear down. Trump promised as much during the campaign. System is rigged. All of our trade agreements are bad. Paris Accord is nonsense. China is our enemy. Drain the Swamp. etc. Sanders is non-establishment outsider ideologically. Trump is non-establishment outsider practically. I man who gets things done, and wrt. the U.S.A. has some, shall we say, “goals” in mind. Dangerous combo to be sure.

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    • cthulhu says:

      It wasn’t that he was born in Kenya…..it’s that his mother was promiscuous and his biological (and spiritual) father was Frank Marshall Davis — https://www.wnd.com/2012/09/new-york-post-ad-exposes-obamas-real-father/ . Baldilocks, a member of the same lineage as Obama senior, says that BHO looks nothing like anyone else in the Luo clan.

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    • You have bathhouse bari pegged for sure, but I am certain that everything “he” did was all by design, and ordered by the globalist psychopaths claiming ownership of everything, including us.

      They sure picked the right America hating sob to do those 8 years for them…

      But we picked the right guy to clean it up, with our help of course.

      How cool would it be to have Treeper mayors all over the nation? 🙂

      It really will take all of us doing something, anything… that we can do to destroy the evil that has smothered our lives and snuffed out our true ability to have our own agency.

      Liberty is the only thing that affords an individual agency for each and every one of us!
      The Founders set that up clearly and succinctly. We let it be destroyed, & we must help restore it.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        I have deep faith in PDJT. Restoration is coming, after the enemy is vanquished.
        Of course, if the lefties try something kinetic, we’ll just have to give ’em the horns.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Trump, a non-politician, couldn’t be trusted to keep their secrets, to stay quiet about all their criminal behaviors. Outsider Trump, in their eyes, wouldn’t play the game with THEIR rules.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Bozo and the clowns wanted to keep the destruction of America going. Killery and her henchmen would do that. Like “W” was all the other GOPe candidates would be greedy ignorant accomplices in the destruction. GOPe was tolerable, PDJT no, but then again none of the other GOPer candidates would have beat Killery.

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  24. King Arthur says:

    Deripaska may not be with us much longer after crossing Putin with this collusion business….

    Liked by 5 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Steele getting antsy as 2017 wore on.
      “Peoples lives may be in engangered[sic]”.
      “Certain people have been will to risk everything to engage with them”

      Wonder who’s life was “engangered” and why.

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  25. Cankles Clinton says:

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/12/24/is-media-response-to-obamas-operation-cassandra-scandal-a-precursor-for-response-to-fbi-doj-operation-trump/

    Regarding the Hezbollah drug operation. A caller to Mark Levin tonight, who worked on this case and had contact with Bruce Ohr stated that Ohr was involved in the Hezbollah investigation besides being involved in “Get Trump” and indicated that the Hezbollah investigation might have been “neglected” because of the “Get Trump” activities. Levin recognized the caller, from a previous call, and said that this story could be an entire show. Levin had his producer take the guy’s contact info for that purpose.

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  26. The Boss says:

    Joe D sounded upbeat and confident, just like Rudy did last night on Hannity. Add in a couple days of atomic tweets from POTUS (esp. “Stay tuned!”) and I’d say not later than immediately post-Labor day the fireworks start. The grand finale will be a big Red Wave,

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  27. Cankles Clinton says:

    Who are the “certain people have been willing to risk everything” and why?

    Liked by 4 people

  28. todayistheday99 says:

    Why did he have to make the nonsensical point that the “FBI agents on the streets and overseas” are great people? It’s getting to be condescending, like he thinks we are idiots. At this point, I hate every corrupt loser that has ever had a government job that scammed and leeched every penny they stole from us.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Betty says:

      I feel the same! I believe that the FBI is too corrupt to continue existing. Every chance I get I post this quote attached below, sadly I did not capture the name of the person who wrote the comment, but I still post it because it is so important.

      And as far as I am concerned any one holding a government job who witnessed anything, no matter how minor they think it was did not find a way to, at the very least, document it is:
      ———————-Complicit in the CORRUPTION THAT IS THE DOJ/FBI.——————–

      If, after taking an oath to – We the People – to protect and defend the Constitution, they decided to keeping their job was more important – and then hoping evil would triumph so no one would find out what cowards they are. They should be among the first people shown the door.

      ____________________

      “The FBI has shown itself to be a clear and present danger to our republic. When an organization with that much power is corrupted, it must be disbanded. Maybe a new organization can come from its ashes, but we cannot trust this one ever again. They hold a knife at the throat of every American citizen…”
      -Author Unknown

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      Why? Maybe because he’s not prone to making irrational comments…..

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  29. Donna in Oregon says:

    The real collusion is between Russia and the Swamp. Mr. Digenova is focused on the FISA, but the FISA and the FISC court are just the tools of corruption for the cover-up. The real crimes have yet to be exposed.

    I wrote the Energy Secretary Rick Perry about the ongoing issues with Uranium One and how the Christensen Ranch should be investigated. All this cloak and dagger stuff about Uranium One and the muh Russia hoax are interrelated. We all know it.

    I was so happy to read these two articles:

    Wyoming’s struggling uranium industry presses president for quotas on imports

    https://trib.com/business/energy/wyoming-s-struggling-uranium-industry-presses-president-for-quotas-on/article_81cf72b5-8089-5504-b4ba-16df311f038d.html

    The Commerce Department is opening an investigation into whether imports of uranium — the chemical element that fuels nuclear power — pose a risk to national security.

    The new probe marks the Trump administration’s latest use of a 1962 trade law to scrutinize imports. President Donald Trump has placed tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum following an earlier investigation, and the Commerce Department is conducting a review into auto imports.

    Commerce is taking action after two American uranium producers, Energy Fuels and Ur-Energy, petitioned the department to open a so-called Section 232 investigation into whether the dominance of imports in the U.S. uranium market raises national security concerns.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/18/trump-administration-opens-uranium-import-probe-new-tariffs-possible.html

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  30. Has anyone heard when the next IG (Horowitz) report is going to be released? Isn’t that the FISA investigation?

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  31. Poundsand says:

    We now have several ‘Russians’ who were banned from entering the US prior to the 2016 election cycle who were all given visas to enter the US. All of them seem to have been part of the ‘Russian Collusion’ narrative.

    Given that we have all of these texts and e-mails from virtually everyone involved to each other, grossly negligent in maintaining operational security, I have to believe that there is going to be a trail of such texts and e-mails that lead directly to AG Loretta Lynch and her crowd. We know for example that Obama, Hillary, Lynch, and Comey were all using personal e-mails for business. Such sloppiness on that level leads me to believe that such sloppiness was not only endemic to everyone, but will in the end be catastrophic to the Dems.

    Why is no one screaming for such data? Judicial Watch wants Comey’s but I want a news organization to go after them all. Let’s see what they were discussing in all of those ‘un-official’ communication lines. When we finally do get to see it, my guess is it will be epic. They just can’t control themselves and they truly thought she would win and it would never see the light of day.

    Thank God we have the Rock of Gibraltar in the Oval Office. The waves have smashed against him over and over and yet they continue to break while he stands strong. Carry on.

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  32. Chewbarkah says:

    McCabe — Ohr (NYC, Russian organized crime)
    McCabe — Steele (NYC, Russian organized crime)
    McCabe — Derispaska (Russian organized crime. Friend of McCabe. Source?)
    McCabe — Simpson (NYC, Russian organized crime, Simpson obsessed with Manafort.)
    McCabe — Strzok
    McCabe — Lisa Page
    McCabe — Terry MacAuliffe/HRC (McCabe negotiated with MacAuliffe about Jill McCabe’s candidacy and financing by HRC.)

    Wheels tend to have hubs. Now WHO could it be?

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  33. Paintingjan says:

    My favorite quote from Joe “little Adam Schiff from CA, that pencil neck, will be vomiting”

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  34. Dixie Sugarbaker says:

    Beginning to wonder if “cofeve “ is some sort of intelligence code and Trump’s mocked tweet was linforming the participants that he knew everything.

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  35. HHC - 2nd 16th says:

    Sundance’s oft posted photo collage with Judge Collyer in the middle is, I believe, a good start in unraveling this whole mess. Regardless of her involvement or intent, if today she LEGALLY drops the hammer on the FBI/DOJ for withholding info from the Court on the FISA application – – she will probably redeem herself legally, morally and ethically. She’ll become the heroine to our side.

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  36. JamesD says:

    Carter Page: This is a huge crime. Page was an FBI asset working to nail Russian spy Buryakov. He met with Buryakov while he had an FBI recording device (in a binder). The FISA warrant says that Page met with Buryakov, but doesn’t mention the fact that he did so at the behest of the FBI, and that he even recorded the conversation on FBI equipment. The only thing the judge was told was that Page met with a Russian intelligence officer. People will go to jail over that one. HUGE.

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  37. THEBIGUGLYISFUGLY says:

    The Swamp is full of psychopaths. The Russian Collusion Delusion is just yet another example of it manifesting into the public. Gestapo Bob and the “Thugs” he has working for him are little more than Narcopath henchmen. Scary times in U.S. of A.

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