Oleg’s Story: Yes, The Russians Were Involved in The 2016 Election…

In the past several days a name has resurfaced, only this time with some more attention than in prior reports.  The name is Oleg Deripaska, a Russian billionaire who is likely much more of a central figure than previously explained.

Byron York recently outlined new documents showing the communication between Trump Dossier author Christopher Steele and DOJ official Bruce Ohr.  Within the early 2016 discussions, Chris Steele appeared to be advocating to Bruce Ohr on behalf of Oleg Deripaska who was banned from travel into the U.S. by the State Department.

(Byron York) Emails in 2016 between former British spy Christopher Steele and Justice Department official Bruce Ohr suggest Steele was deeply concerned about the legal status of a Putin-linked Russian oligarch, and at times seemed to be advocating on the oligarch’s behalf, in the same time period Steele worked on collecting the Russia-related allegations against Donald Trump that came to be known as the Trump dossier. The emails show Steele and Ohr were in frequent contact, that they intermingled talk about Steele’s research and the oligarch’s affairs, and that Glenn Simpson, head of the dirt-digging group Fusion GPS that hired Steele to compile the dossier, was also part of the ongoing conversation. (more)

I strongly urge you to read the York article because I’m going to expand on the Deripaska angle from the context of the reader understanding it.

From the emails it appears Steele and Ohr were discussing Deripaska during a period of February to May (ish) of 2016.  This is important context moving forward because this was the period during the presidential primary candidacy of Donald Trump as the GOP nominee was solidified; Trump won.   This is also the period when we know that “contractors” with the FBI were doing unauthorized searches of the NSA and FBI database for opposition research…. this connects to Fusion GPS.

In essence, Christopher Steele was interested in getting Oleg Deripaska a new VISA to enter the U.S.  Steele was very persistent on this endeavor and was soliciting Bruce Ohr for any assistance.  This also sets up a quid-pro-quo probability where the DOJ/FBI agrees to remove travel restrictions on Deripaska in exchange for cooperation on ‘other matters’.

Now we skip ahead a little bit to where Deripaska gained an entry visa, and one of Oleg Deripaska’s lawyers and lobbyists Adam Waldman was representing his interests in the U.S. to politicians and officials.  In May of 2018, John Solomon was contacted by Adam Waldman with a story about how the FBI contacted Deripaska for help in their Trump Russia investigation in September of 2016.

Keep in mind, this is Waldman contacting Solomon with a story.

Waldman told Solomon a story about how his client Oleg Deripaska was approached by the FBI in September of 2016 and asked for help with information about Paul Manafort and by extension Donald Trump.  Within the backstory for the FBI and Deripaska was a prior connection between Robert Mueller and Deripaska in 2009.

Again, as you read the recap, remember this is Waldman contacting Solomon.  Article Link Here – and my summary below:

♦In 2009 the FBI, then headed by Robert Mueller, requested the assistance of Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska in an operation to retrieve former FBI officer and CIA resource Robert Levinson who was captured in Iran two years earlier.  The agent assigned to engage Deripaska was Andrew McCabe; the primary FBI need was financing and operational support.  Deripaska spent around $25 million and would have succeeded except the U.S. State Department, then headed by Hillary Clinton, backed out.

♦In September of 2016 Andrew McCabe is now Deputy Director of the FBI, when two FBI agents approached Deripaska in New York – again asking for his help.  This time the FBI request was for Deripaska to outline Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort as a tool of the Kremlin.  Deripaska once hired Manafort as a political adviser and invested money with him in a business venture that went bad. Deripaska sued Manafort, alleging he stole money. However, according to the article, despite Deripaska’s disposition toward Manafort he viewed the request as absurd.  He laughed the FBI away, telling them: “You are trying to create something out of nothing.”

This story, as told from the perspective of Adam Waldman -Deripaska’s lawyer/lobbyist- is important because it highlights a connection between Robert Mueller and Oleg Deripaska; a connection Mueller and the DOJ/FBI never revealed on their own.

I wrote about the ramifications of the Solomon Story HERE.  Again, hopefully most will review; because there’s a larger story now visible with the new communication between Christopher Steele and Bruce Ohr.

It is likely that Oleg’s 2016 entry into the U.S. was facilitated as part of a quid-pro-quo; either agreed in advance, or, more likely, planned by the DOJ/FBI for later use in their 2016 Trump operation; as evidenced in the September 2016 FBI request.  Regardless of the planning aspect, billionaire Deripaska is connected to Chris Steele, a source for Chris Steele, and likely even the employer of Chris Steele.

The FBI used Oleg Deripaska (source), and Oleg Deripaska used the FBI (visa).

Here’s where it gets interesting….

In that May article John Solomon reports that Deripaska wanted to testify to congress last year (2017), without any immunity request, but was rebuked. Who blocked his testimony?

In 2017 Oleg Deripaska was represented in the U.S. by Adam Waldman.  Mr. Waldman was also representing Christopher Steele, the author of the Dossier.  Waldman was the liaison Senator Mark Warner (Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chairman) was using to try and set up a secret meeting with Christopher Steele. {Text Messages}

As you can see from the text messages (more here), the House Intelligence Committee wanted to interview Deripaska.  However, based on their ongoing contact and relationship Deripaska’s lawyer, Adam Waldman, asks Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chair Mark Warner for feedback.

Oleg Deripaska was blocked from testifying to congress.  Now, it was obviously not from the HPSCI (Nunes Committee), but rather by the Senate Intel Committee, via Vice-Chair Senator Mark Warner.  Oh yes, THAT Senator Mark Warner again.

Now, think about this….  Yes, with Oleg Deripaska in the picture there was indeed Russian meddling in the 2016 election; only, it wasn’t the type of meddling currently being sold.  The FBI/DOJ were using Russian Deripaska to frame their Russian conspiracy narrative. It is almost a certainty that Deripaska was one of Chris Steeles sources for the dossier.

Now, put yourself in Deripaska’s shoes and think about what happens AFTER candidate Donald Trump surprisingly wins the election.

All of a sudden Deripaska the asset becomes a risk to the corrupt Scheme Team (DOJ/FBI et al); especially as the DOJ/FBI then execute the “insurance policy” effort against Donald Trump…. and eventually enlist Robert Mueller.

It is entirely possible for a Russian to be blackmailing someone, but it ain’t Trump vulnerable to blackmail; it’s the conspiracy crew within the DOJ and FBI.  Deripaska now has blackmail material on Comey, McCabe and crew.

After the 2017 (first year) failure of the “insurance policy” it now seems more likely President Trump will outlive the soft coup.  In May 2018, Oleg tells Waldman to call John Solomon and tell him the story from a perspective favorable to Deripaska.

As the story is told, in 2017 Oleg was more than willing to testify to congress… likely laughing the entire time…  but the corrupt participants within congress damned sure couldn’t let Deripaska testify.  Enter corrupt SSCI Vice-Chairman Mark Warner:

Um, we’ve got a problem here Mark…

The Russians (Deripaska) really do have leverage and blackmail… but it ain’t over Trump. Oleg has blackmail on Comey, McCabe and conspiracy crew.  Oleg Deripaska must be kept away from congress and away from exposing the scheme.

Guess who else must be controlled and/or kept away from congress?

Julian Assange.

Assange has evidence the Russians didn’t hack the DNC.

Between Deripaska’s first-hand knowledge of the DOJ/FBI work on both the Dossier and the DOJ/FBI intention for his use as a witness; and Julian Assange’s first-hand knowledge of who actually took the DNC email communication;… well, the entire Russian narrative could explode in their faces.

Control is needed.

You can almost hear the corrupt U.S. intelligence officials calling their U.K. GCHQ partners in Britain and yelling at them to do something, anything, and for the love of God, shut down Assange’s access to the internet STAT…. Yeah, funny that.

Now, who moves into position to control Julian Assange?

Well, well, well…. Lookie here?  Who dat? Apparently the SSCI wants to interview WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, in a closed session.  Signed by none-other than our corrupt-o-crats Richard Burr and Mark Warner.  Yeah, funny that.

Lest anyone need a reminder…. “The most corrupt part of congress is the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI). The SSCI is the center of the deepest part of the Deep State swamp. The SSCI never, ever, E.V.E.R… does anything that does not protect and advance the self-interest of the corrupt Washington DC professional political class.”

Now do we see why the SSCI is the center of protecting the entire fraudulent apparatus?

It’s somewhat humorous to look at this fiasco from the perspective of Oleg Deripaska.  He must be having a lot of laughs with his Ruskie friends about these stupid Americans and how the intelligence apparatus of the United States of America is controlled by corrupt politicians trying to save themselves and the corrupt institutions.

The Russians, notorious for sowing discord, are being used as a shield from sunlight upon actions taken by U.S. own intelligence officers: James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Loretta Lynch, Sally Yates, John Brennan, James Clapper etc.

There’s a reason why I keep emphasizing the source of the John Solomon story was Adam Waldman.  Think about it from the perspective of the conspiracy group reading how Oleg instructed Waldman to present his story.

With Deripaska telling Solomon how the FBI contacted him; the background of their prior collaborative relationship; and the likelihood of Deripaska giving information to Chris Steele for the dossier; the scheme team really, really, needed to double down on the Russian conspiracy narrative in case Oleg ever did testify to congress.

By doubling down on the Russian Collusion narrative the conspirators created a ‘catch-22’ defense.  They could/can claim Deripaska was/is giving disinformation in his version of events to support the interests of Russia and sewing chaos in America etc.  And any Republican who would give Deripaska a platform to tell what happened in 2016 would be doing the bidding of Vladimir Putin.  See how that works?

The soft coup team protects themselves by impugning the motive of Deripaska, and diminishing his credibility under the auspices of Russian disinformation.

Lastly, Senator Tom Cotton actually asked FBI Director Christopher Wray if Oleg Deripaska was employing Christopher Steele.  Wray said he couldn’t answer.  WATCH:

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703 Responses to Oleg’s Story: Yes, The Russians Were Involved in The 2016 Election…

  1. trumpsbamagirl says:

    SD, thank you for this. I was a little confused after reading the York article, but you, as always, clarified and explained how the puzzle pieces fit together. Much appreciated!

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  2. lotbusyexec says:

    Sundance, you never disappoint! Thank you for once again connecting all the dots and making this picture come to life for so many of us. When will this charade end and the REAL Russian conspirators face the music (treasonous acts, jail time…)? Praying it does end soon and that the evidence presented is as overwhelming as it is to all of us at TCTH so that the deniers will look like the tin foil hat conspirators we have all KNOWN them to be! Is truly hard to spin this entire coup any other way. Another day and a whole lot more evidence that supports our beloved president DJT.

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  3. wheatietoo says:

    Why did Deripaska want a Visa into the US so badly?
    Was he fleeing from Putin?

    And Julian Assange has been so quiet for so long…a lot of people are wondering if he’s still in the Ecuadorian Embassy.

    Is this Warner, Burr and the Schemers way of finding out if Assange is still in the Embassy?

    Personally, I hope Assange has been spirited away to a secure location by the good guys.
    Somebody knows where he is…and they aren’t talking.
    Heh.

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    • amwick says:

      First question Wheatie,,,, it has to be $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ That is almost always the answer.

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    • Padric says:

      “Why did Deripaska want a Visa into the US so badly?”

      This I actually know the answer to. Deripaska had a valid US Visa until the Bush admin revoked it in 2007 due to Deripaska’s connections with Russian organized crime. Ever since then he’s been trying to get it restored so he can conduct business on a regular basis in the U.S.

      There’s been a few times where he’s been allowed in on a limited basis, such as 2009 when the FBI asked him for help in trying to get CIA agent Levinson rescued out of Iran and a couple other times to attend international business conferences.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I’d like to know the backstory on why Hillary Clinton deepsixed the final effort, which would have free our CIA agent. It cost Oleg $25 million dollars. I’d think he wouldn’t be too pleased. Can someone tell me what happened to Levinson? Iran still have him?

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        • Padric says:

          Yes, they still have Levinson. The only thing I’ve been able to find regarding HRC nixed the deal was because State Dept. got the jitters at the last second that what Iran was asking for in return was getting to be too unreasonable.

          And yeah, if I was Deripaska, I’d be pretty PO’d that first they revoke his visa, then they want his help and it ends up costing him $25 million…which kinda makes me wonder if he knew the FBI was using Steele and Deripaska was feeding him a bunch of BS about Russia’s efforts in the election as a kind of payback for what’s been done to him by the US gov’t. over the years.

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          • ladypenquin says:

            Now that’s an interesting thought, Deripaska knowing about FBI and Steele, and feeding them false information to get even with the U.S. government.

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          • G. Combs says:

            “….which kinda makes me wonder if he knew the FBI was using Steele and Deripaska was feeding him a bunch of BS….”

            Like the prostitutes and the bed? If Deripaska knew anything about President Trump (Germaphobe) he would know that story would backfire in their face.

            (I did read that story was a LARP from the 4-Chan Autists who were angry with a reporter.)

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            • Padric says:

              The “golden showers” episode has been widely attributed to Serge Milan. Milan tried really hard to get in with the Trump campaign but never did. I’ve gone back and forth in my own mind as to whether or not he was a FBI plant, a Russian plant or just another Russian trying to make a buck.

              I generally lean toward the later for one reason: I’ve known about 4-5 Russians in my life, none of them related. They all had one thing in common. They all talked a lot of BS in the hopes someone will bite. Take a look at the more in depth write ups of the case Carter Page helped with and you can see the Russians in that case did the exact same thing with him.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Rooskie oligarchs/mobsters spend money like fire hydrants pour out water, but they don’t like being crossed or not getting some kind of return on their investments. I doubt Deripaska was really out $25M on the Levinson mission, without a reasonably guaranteed payback. That might be a load of opium from ‘ghanistan or something else FIB/CYA were peculiarly able to deliver during 0bunghole/HELLary’s era/error, but that’s buried deeper than anyone other than the first-hand actors is likely to know. It would be great, if Deripaska decided that everyone, except VSGPDJT, is just way too unreliable and dangerous to associate with, such that he comes out fully and honestly with what Mule’sAzz, Strokedout, Comedy, McCabre, Ohr, et al. really did and tried to get him to help with. That could very well and very suddenly put them all in jail without bond.

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        • lastinillinois says:

          I would be willing to bet that Clinton ended the effort because Deripaska wouldn’t pay her off.

          He would find the direct effort but perhaps not “donate” to the CGI?

          after all, there are just some things that a ‘Russian oligarch’ with ties to Russian organized crime ust will NOT do !

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    • Suzanne says:

      I believe Assange is in London but no longer at the Equadoran embassy
      I really wish he would drop the name of whomever it was that actually hacked the DNC and blow this whole thing up in the CIA’s faces… specifically Brennan’s since I continue to believe he is the originator of this mess

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      • wheatietoo says:

        The DNC was not “hacked”.

        Their data was downloaded.
        That’s a big difference.
        Their data was downloaded…and then leaked to Wikileaks.

        A lot of people think it was DNC worker, Seth Rich, who leaked the DNC data.

        Julian Assange offered a 25K reward for info about who murdered Seth Rich.

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        • Evelyn says:

          I recently caught a clip of Rabbi Jonathan Cahn’s address at the time of POTUS’ inauguration. In it he pointed out that only two nations on earth were ever created and dedicated to the glory of God: Israel and America.

          Think of what our POTUS has already done, and what the world would have been like if Cankles/Sarsour were in the WH – for both America and Israel. Standing back from this, I think it is probably true that if Seth Rich had not acted as he did, we might all be in a very different situation.

          What just came to mind is this quote of Mordecai’s to Esther from the book of Esther. To me, it echoes down the halls of time to Seth Rich. You can include all patriots in the reference to the Jews here. Substitute the DNC/globalists for the king reference here : “Do not think that because you are in the king’s house you alone of all the Jews will escape. 14 For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and your father’s family will perish. And who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this?”

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        • Amy2 says:

          That would be his way of saying it was Rich without losing his credibility.

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          • wheatietoo says:

            Yes, and Assange told Hannity that it was “not the Russians” who gave him the data from the DNC server.

            He’s tried to convey the truth in every way that he can, without coming right out and revealing his source.

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      • icehole3 says:

        He may get suicided if he gives up his ace in the hole.

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      • It is my understanding that Assange is still in the Embassy and they cleared out all the furniture where he is staying. He is rumored to be sitting on the floor scared to death to come out because somebody already sent an assassin to take him out but failed to gain access through a barred window. Incidentally, the assassin got away after failed entry because the local security took a suspiciously long time to arrive. The assassin was said to be very fit and athletic. Able to scale fences and up the outside of the embassy to a second story window but couldn’t get in. Then had the energy to do it all in reverse order and run away from security.

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      • blind no longer says:

        My brain is going a hundred miles an hour now. Where did these texts messages between Waldman and Warner come from? Was it Assange? He said he had information that would destroy the Dems and Obama (can’t remember where I read that). Is that why they cut his internet? Or did they come from the NSA or the Wolf leak investigation?

        Oh there was definitely a sting operation going on. A lot of corrupt people are going to be exposed publicly and are going to go down. I can’t wait for the BIG reveal. The Scheme team and Mueller are finished now!!!!!

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        • DanO64 says:

          IMO a VSG would never rely on luck. This was PLANNED.

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        • Ziiggii says:

          “Where did these texts messages between Waldman and Warner come from?”

          well, if you take SD’s position re: Waldman being a major source for Solomon then those texts were leaked by Waldman…

          now the question really becomes were these Warner texts part of this same “controlled narrative” leaking that seems to be connected to the HPSCI (Nunes)?

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          • blind no longer says:

            Thanks Ziig. I did not put the Waldman possibility together, regarding leaks to Solomon. Last night Solomon said he had hand written notes from Ohr, that would explain how Solomon got those hand written notes.

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      • USMCLt says:

        If still in London, Assange is probably NOT being protected by white hats. He will be kept under wraps until well after the mid-term elections.

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        • madeline says:

          I always had a feeling Putin would protect Assange somehow, especially after Helsinki. Another thought, Trump had a lot of planes in England, while he was there, and a lot of autos with many military folks on the trip…one has to speculate.

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      • Suzanne, you’re right, former CIA Director, John Brennan, set this whole conspiracy in motion…. to keep his post under President Hillary Clinton. To continue their march toward the New World Order and one world government. That’s what this was about… keeping their positions within the federal government to perpetuate their corrupt endeavors.

        Why would Russians keep their secrets now? They’re out of power and will be for the foreseeable future. Russians have every reason to help expose the criminal conspiracy so they can get back in the good graces of the USA.

        The foreign (& domestic) policies of the Obama Administration, that likely would have continued under Hillary (had she won), have been the most destructive and dangerous in my entire 61+ years. As you look around this country and see entire communities, cities and states almost destroyed by these policies…. I am so glad We The People elected President Trump.

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    • kiskiminetas says:

      I would think the white hats are not going to let Julian Assange get grilled by the corrupt SSCI. It is most probable that the good side has already exfiltrated Julian to a secure location. He would be an effective asset, with the knowledge he has, in the taking down of the deep state. My hope is that he stays out of jail because he was in on taking these corrupt people down. Prayers for you Julian.

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    • According to Q, Team Trump has Assange! Think Big Drop!

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  4. Chris Four says:

    OLEG DERIPASKA OP-ED: THE EVER-CHANGING ‘RUSSIA NARRATIVE’ IS FALSE PUBLIC MANIPULATION
    3:33 PM 03/08/2018
    Oleg Deripaska | Founder of UC Rusal, a large Russian aluminum company

    DailyCaller

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  5. Fe says:

    Outstanding article SD. I’m praying that this all comes to a head and blows up in their evil faces waking up the blinded and/or sleeping masses in this country. Sick of these traitors walking around free while others who hardly do anything wrong gets thrown into prison, like Dinesh D’Souza (whom PDJT gave a full and deserved pardon).

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    • blind no longer says:

      Amen Fe. It is an outstanding article Sundance. Thank you for putting it all together. So many things I remembered that I had almost forgotten from all the time that has passed.
      Waldman is the lawyer/fixer for both Deripaska and Steele, now it all makes sense.

      Those text messages with Warner, liquid gold. The noose is ready.

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    • Stringy theory says:

      Daggone straight Fe.

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  6. amwick says:

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

    Three interesting legal opinions.. basically Mueller has real vulnerability.

    1 Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz told me he believes Mueller has a conflict of interest because his FBI previously accepted financial help from a Russian that is, at the very least, a witness in the current probe.

    2Melanie Sloan, a former Clinton Justice Department lawyer and longtime ethics watchdog, told me a “far more significant issue” is whether the earlier FBI operation was even legal: “It’s possible the bureau’s arrangement with Mr. Deripaska violated the Antideficiency Act, which prohibits the government from accepting voluntary services.”

    3.George Washington University constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley agreed: “If the operation with Deripaska contravened federal law, this figure could be viewed as a potential embarrassment for Mueller. The question is whether he could implicate Mueller in an impropriety.”

    I want Mueller out… I hope all of this has repercussions…. so much to think about..

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  7. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    This analysis puts more sections of the puzzle together. Steele and Deripaska in a symbiotic relationship. Steele advocating for him with Ohr, and likely, the SSCI.
    And Deripaska knows who approached who about what, and how he had an ulterior motive to help. Warner was mixed up with Steele. Deripaska must know some very embarrassing facts about Warner, and others.
    And then there is Wolfie…….

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Warner is our senator here in Virginia. He was a businessman before entering politics. It may well be that some of those business deals of his are wrapped up with the Russians – long before he went to the Senate. He turned into a snake. Wish these guys could be exposed and forced out of office. Could use picking up the Senate seat, though the GOP establishment rats won’t try very hard. 😦

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      So it seems from all the great Sundance postings that most of those possibly involved in the day to day plot/cover up have been identified, named and dots possibly connected. Now all that is missing IMO is the note/documentation from the pack leader who gave the order.

      Also as nervous as Steele sounds in his emails to Ohr, he would be the guy I would put the hard press on to crack and rat out the leadership of this coup/conspiracy.

      By the way, does anyone think Trump’s team may already have Assange in protective custody here in the US and did Trump put the screws to Derispaska recently to pressure him to name names in preparation for the final unveiling?

      Now that would be genius!

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  8. Impossible says:

    When all the threads are finally wound together I do hope we’re supplied with an ample length of rope… and that there is at least one good man left standing who can put that rope to good use.

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  9. May every veil obscuring the truth be undone.
    May those serving the Good Lord be blessed in everything they put their hands to.

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  10. amwick says:

    I likes the bit where Oleg laughed at the FBI agents asking about Russian Collusion… priceless…

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  11. Martin says:

    The Bureau wanted his money, and after their Insurance Policy failed, intended to use his Russian-ness as evidence that their Muh Russia story was factual. And now that Senate figures have outed themselves with public requests to “interview” persons who could corroborate that fact, they suddenly realize they’re exposed. How sloppy. Senate “Intelligence,” indeed.

    This fiasco is approaching an episode of Cops, where the perps are silk tie morons. If Progressives live in their imaginations, where the world is what they make it, they are cruising for a reality check of epic proportions.

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  12. Dan Patterson says:

    Unbelievable.
    No, wait. That’s not right. Believable but unacceptable, enraging, infuriating, and corrupt.
    The post is another in a fine piece of work and is unparalleled on any news or opinion site I visit. Great job.
    As the string gets pulled and the deceit is further revealed I have to repeat a question asked months ago: What is to be done about this? ANY of it. So far, nothing at all short of bellowing and posing by the likes of me, and despite all our hair-on-fire words in the end they are just words. I have zero effect on the process because I am invisible to the players – I am UNREPRESENTED in the government and my voice and yours are UNHEARD. The power of the ballot box is, as some commie dictator put it, dependent upon who is counting.
    Sure we could band together and march on DC demanding action, we could show up at our representative’s office and make our voices heard. Sure. Sure we can. And they will shrug, maybe give a testimonial to the rights of the people and emote, prance, and preen. And nothing will be done. Eric Holder, Lois Lerner, hussein obama, Clinton, and all the soldiers in that criminal enterprise will retire rich with not a care in the world. Laughing at me and my “ideals”. I feel like a character in Citizen Kane.
    Apologies for the cynical tone but it is an honest reflection of my intense disappointment in the process. None of this deception, and there are decades and generations of it, stems from honest men following and defending the Constitution. Scheming and traitorous enemies are everywhere and they operate freely and notoriously. PDJT has always had an uphill battle and his work has been magnificent. But the dark state cannot be defeated unless stronger powers are brought to bear. Suggestions are welcomed.

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    • Trumpstumper says:

      LoL – go read your Bible. The answers are there, maybe they’ll sink in this time.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Dan Patterson says:

        LoL – go bully someone else. Did that sink in this time?

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        • Trumpstumper says:

          You asked for suggestions.

          In retrospect, my comment could be construed as flippant.

          But if you are truly a reader of this website, you’d know the owners and moderators do not disdain the teachings of The Bible.

          The concerns and dispair elucidated in your comment would indicate you are unfamiliar with these teachings.

          Give it a go. It’s a great read.
          Much insight.
          Much clarity of what is expected of you.
          Highly recommended. 🙂

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          • Dan Patterson says:

            Thank you but refer to my prior comment and unseat yourself from that high horse you are riding. Me and the Bible in several versions are old friends, not that it’s any of your business.
            The celestial rewards for those patient and Godly are enumerable but do not confront the immediate need to correct a deadly spiral of corruption and lawlessness so boldly practiced by the key players in this drama. Praying for relief is too late when the flood waters are at your nostrils; preparation is part of God’s plan as well, so those of us who ARE prepared rankle at the flaunting of power and scoffing at law. Yes those at fault will be judged but not before they do irreparable harm to uncountable innocent people, and to the system by which we all live.

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      • Mountaingirl says:

        Amen and amen!

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      • PaulM says:

        Yeah, the evil ones are terrified by bible thumpers right?
        That’s why obama and gang made religious organisations fund abortions against their beliefs.
        I’m all for people finding solace and comfort in the bible but a glance at the middle east shows how poorly religion solves political problems.
        Reading a bible and expecting that to solve the crisis upon us makes me think of how the Harp Seals solve their problems of the hunters with clubs.
        Or maybe your goal is to promote complacency?

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        • USMCLt says:

          The Christian Bible includes the Old and New Testaments for a very good reason. The New Testament reveals the loving nature of God and offers forgiveness, while the Old Testament reminds us that God can be very jealous and harsh when we turn away from Him. Mankind makes a serious mistake when we pursue our own agendas, apart from God’s plan for us. The Bible does not encourage complacency. Rather, it preaches preparedness in our confrontation with evil. Only Leftists seize on the “turn the other cheek” or the “live by the sword, die by the sword” passages of the New Testament. Taken out of context, these passages along with Jefferson’s freedom of religion concept are used by the Left to undercut and eat away at the Christian faith and its followers.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Amen. Very well said. The left, like their father the Devil, cherry-pick verses (or skip verses) in order to justify themselves. The Devil knows the entire Bible, word-for-word, cover-to-cover, for he’s always looking for an out. And like him, the DEMONcRATs, RINOs, and liberals are always accusing the righteous (sort of a demonic projection, considering Satan’s always looking for an out).

            Matthew 10, where Jesus called, blessed, and sent out His Apostles is a good example of what GOD has planned for His people. One passage that those who think that the swamp will get away scot-free (or those who are afraid of doing the right thing due to threats) is Matthew 10:26-28:

            26 Fear them not therefore: for there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; and hid, that shall not be known.

            27 What I tell you in darkness, that speak ye in light: and what ye hear in the ear, that preach ye upon the housetops.

            28 And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.

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          • GB Bari says:

            Excellent response as it is spot-on accurate and true.

            This is borne out and easily seen within the many comments posted under Sundance’s articles, wherein Treepers of faith post highly pertinent passages from different books within the Old and New Testament portions of the Bible.

            Reading the Bible is not and never has been suggested as an alternative to action (I.e., complacency). Rather, it is best used as a divinely-inspired guide in understanding men’s actions, motivations and our own perceptions of those actions, thereby providing us with a path to enacting our own, best and most appropriate response.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      You made an honest statement, not an incorrect one. It’s still in President’s Trump’s hands – exposing and charging the players. As he said the other day, “Stay tuned.” 🙂

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      • The Boss says:

        There’s a pattern the last few days of President Trump tweeting quotations of others’ take on the Witch Hunt. Here’s a fresh one. “Stay tuned!” Indeed! 🙂

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      • beachbum31 says:

        Remember rinos Burr and Rubio and others jumping to Warners emotional rescue as soon as FOX reported the communication efforts between Warner and Steeles lawyer? I wonder if DT is concerned that he would be messing up his SC nominee vote if he exposes what SD just did… and the likely ensuing chaos of thumbing these scoundrels – both blue and red? Timing.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Good point. We need the SC confirmation vote done. Caution required. I’ll trade “hurry up” for getting our Justice confirmed.

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        • GB Bari says:

          That possibility certainly cannot be discounted.

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        • TMonroe says:

          Wouldn’t be shocked if the contractors/info diggers got the goods on Burr, Rubio, etc and delivered it to their minders, which is why they too often seem to say “how high?” when the order to jump and chaff and countermeasures come.

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    • Jake says:

      SD has always said that the President has a plan and a time schedule. The first priority was to slowly release information at a rate the public can consume. He also needed the Congress to help educate the public in this effort. Obviously the President will release more info as we get closer to the election. Timing is everything. Too early and it’s old news by the election or the MSM will run a fake news tsunami effort to confuse the public. We are all waiting for the President to reveal and/or act on the information he has. It’s maddening but that’s just the way he’s going to play it….

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      • MS Idaho says:

        IMO it’s more like a strip tease show than a soap opera. A peek here, a peek there – to bump & grind music. Great show. And I am with the folks who keep repeating – some things have to happen before other things can happen. Supreme Court and more reps in congress to start. Love the info being revealed….

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    • G. Combs says:

      We have three boxes.
      1. The Soap Box,
      ➡️ but Twitter and Farcebook and YuckyTube are removing that from us.

      2. The Ballot Box
      ➡️ but Voter Fraud is so prevalent that is being removed from us.

      3. The ‘Other’ Box
      ➡️ This is the box the Communists are frantic to remove from us because they know they can not implement communism without it’s removal.

      There are only two basic philosophies of governance. All types of governments can be put into one of these two simple categories.

      The philosophy underlying our US Constitution is the state exists to protect the rights of the individual. And the 2nd Amendment is there to keep it that way.

      The other, more common philosophy, is the individual exists to serve the state. Who is ‘the state’? They are the owners, and the owners are not a nameless, faceless kindly government; it’s other people. The SLAVEHOLDERS.

      “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing.” — Adolf Hitler.

      ➡️ In 1911 Turkey put in Gun control and from 1915 to 1917 – 1.5 million Arminans were killed.

      ➡️ In 1935 China put in Gun control and from 1948 to 1952 – 20 million were killed

      ➡️ In 1938 Germany put in Gun control after a False Flag. The Nazis killed 20,946,000 people.

      ➡️ In 1956 Cambodia put in Gun Control and from 1975 to 1977 1 to 2 million educated people killed.

      ➡️ In 1964 Guatamala put in Gun Control and from 1964 to 1981 100,000 Mayan Indians were killed.

      ➡️ In 1970 Uganda put in Gun Control and from 1971 to 1979 2 to 3 million were murders.
      …………..

      Until the brainwashed idiots here in the USA realize this very simple facts we are in a world of hurt.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Great post, G.
        Cold dead hands.

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      • Dan Patterson says:

        “I gave you a magic bullet on a little chain
        to keep you safe from the chilly winds and out of the rain
        We’re gonna might need bullets should we get stuck
        Any which way, we’re going to need a little luck
        You can still get gas in Heaven, and a drink in Kingdom Come
        In the meantime I’m cleaning my gun”
        -Mark Knopfler

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      If nothing else whatsoever is done, at the very least, many many people’s eyes are being opened and the necessity to take responsibility for our own government is now abundantly clear. Elections have consequences and always will! Though all the crooks should go to jail, if not the gallows, if they are at least consigned to the dust bin of history and irrelevancy, we will still have won the long game. Pray, campaign, and vote like your and your progeny’s lives depended on it–they do!

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  13. alliwantissometruth says:

    At first, this entire scheme reads like a thrilling espionage novel, but then you realize the onion is being pulled back so slowly only because of our own governments failure to police it’s own & it’s incompetence in failing to check power

    These aren’t brilliant criminal minds masterminding a brilliantly laid out coup, they’re simple minded scumbags sloppily going about their corrupt & criminal activities due to their arrogance & their feelings of self-entitlement

    That this ridiculous act of usurpation & subversion has taken this long to unfold is in itself a perfect example of all that’s wrong with our government

    We can only hope when all is said & done, this entire affair becomes the catalyst that brings about real reform & change

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      It also begs the question: how many times before have these idiots gotten away with similar capers?

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      • LDave says:

        Many times, primarily with the Iran deal IMO. Consider the possibility that the scheme to protect Hillary and impeach a duly elected Donald Trump is not the conspiracy, mainly, it’s just the cover-up.

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      • JasonD says:

        Never forget, DC voted 93% for her. This explains the extent of the corruption and gives one a basis to estimate how low it has been building from “ordinary” corruption to the all out, blatant and extensive disregard for the laws of the land. Most of DC was rooting for more of the same. Every single government department, most elected officials and the vast majority of the MSM were publicly rooting for Hell on Earth, centred in DC, with Her to be elected Satan.

        This will not be cleaned out overnight. The suppurating pustule that has been growing will require severe lancing and many applications of disinfectant.

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        • GB Bari says:

          The DC population is overwhelmingly NOT people involved with government at the high levels of those involved in this criminal scandal. The DC electorate are primarily poor and middle class individuals who derive economic benefit from government largess, as opposed to people in “flyover country” who derive economic benefits from minimizing government regulation and involvement in their lives and businesses.

          That government largess in DC is manifested in legislated socialism, employment in bloated government departments and tangential agencies and contractors, AND crony capitalism. Yet even that does not imply corruption among the electorate; it is merely an economic reality of DC’s evolved, longstanding dependence on the Party that perpetuates those “benefits” to its loyal supporters.

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    • tomf says:

      ‘That this ridiculous act of usurpation & subversion has taken this long to unfold is in itself a perfect example of all that’s wrong with our government.’
      Wrong, and this comment undermines the ongoing investigation(s).
      Try being patient and trust the President and his chosen team.

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      • alliwantissometruth says:

        My comment has nothing to do with the President or his team Tom

        What it does have to do with is the continuing usurpation & deception that’s being allowed by the powers that be

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  14. twingirls (@twingirls49) says:

    It’s not just the Russians laughing, it’s the Chinese too whose biggest advocate, Diane Feinstein, also sits on the SSCI. “Drain the Swamp”!!! Question-Is Bruce Ohr of Chinese descent?

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    • Covadonga says:

      Someone listed his full name on a thread here, and the middle name sounded Japanese, definitely not Chinese.

      Vast majority of Japanese-Americans vote Dem, btw. Like the Jewish Americans, one of the wealthiest groups, and one of the furthest Left. I guess both are still returning the favor for how much Franklin Roosevelt did for their respective peoples.

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  15. littleanniesfannie says:

    Would it not be sweet if Asante testified in front of the House Intelligence Committee in public. Talk about sticking it in and breaking it off in the Corruptocrsts!!now that would be justice. Then the House IC could call Mueller and McCabe in after Derispaska testifies. Guarantee Brennan🐍 and Clapper🕷 played a major role in this too. Love to watch those worms🐛⚓️ squirming on the hook!!

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  16. AustinPrisoner says:

    Radical, disruptive journalism is found here and I know liberals and established journalists read Sundance’s work.

    So I ask them: What do you think of yourselves? You probably excelled in journalism school and still remember the idealism and zeal for the truth that dominated your mind and soul. I imagine you struggled to beat deadlines and to discover big stories that could expose and help rectify all the corruption and injustice in the world. I bet you wanted to make a significant difference in the world. But you closed your eyes to the ugliest corruption story in our lifetimes. And then you ridiculed or ignored the “lesser” journalists who possess the courage and acumen that you lack.

    Compared to what Sundance produces, what do you think of your own work? What do you think of the stories you generate and, more importantly, the stories you DON’T generate?

    The success of this deplorable on the internet shames all of you. He is your better professionally and morally. You could have been Sundance, but you were a coward. It stings, don’t it?

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    • Dan Patterson says:

      Very good point. When did journalists cross over to opinion- pamphleteering? I first saw it in Dan Rather during Nixon’s administration but it pre-dates that. At least in the olden days we had SOME news mixed in, now it’s all about the writers’ agenda.

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      • lastinillinois says:

        OUTSTANDING post!

        Wish I had the time to cut and paste to every MSM “jounalists” Twitter feed

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      • H.R. says:

        As you point out, they have been the Yellow Stream Media for some time now, Dan.

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      • G. Combs says:

        Dan Rather was a KGB Covert Influence Operator. Many journalists were/are.

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      • gawntrail says:

        Walter Cronkite. 1968 Tet.

        “It was the first time in American history that a war had been declared over by an anchorman.”

        https://www.wnd.com/2018/01/lost-cronkite-broadcast-reveals-180-degree-war-flip/

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        • PaulM says:

          I was always suspicious of Cronkite. Whenever he would do a story on something he opposed, he would end the story by raising his eyebrows in a big arch. Subliminal commentary I suppose.
          Marketed to the people as “Uncle Walter, the most trusted man in America”.
          I saw the truth after he retired and in came out that he was hanging out with one of his best friends, Willie Brown, the speaker in CA, probably the most corrupt son of a bitch ever to draw a breath. Much of what CA is today is because of him.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Dan, opinionated urinalism has been with us since practically the invention of the printing press. It is not a recent development.

        To cite one such example of opinionated urinalist, I present to you H. L. Mencken. As a native Baltimorean, I take no pride in him but am obliged to provide his life and legacy as evidence that opinionated journalists existed at least one hundred years ago. And not necessarily strong, intelligent opinionated journalists.

        Mencken often “shot from the hip”, failing to substantiate his accusations, but relying on his readers inferring what might be termed as the “implied authority of mass agreement” (everyone thinks the same way as he was writing). Kinder impressions refer to Mencken as a political satirist. If only we could convince 50 million more citizens that the MSM are all satirical and not to be taken at face value….

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        • L. E. Joiner says:

          Mencken was a commentator, not a reporter, and a brilliant (insightful, often funny) one. The problem today is that our self-styled (and woefully under-informed) ‘journalists’ don’t know the difference. /LEJ

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      • Bendix says:

        I think the reporters today want to be celebrities first.

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    • I went to college with nearly every single “journalist” to whom you are addressing your question. You are generous in your characterization that they were ever truth-seekers: almost to a two-legged humanoid self-aggrandizers, of course, passionately.

      Nonetheless, I will relish sending your question to them.

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    • H.R. says:

      AustinPrisoner: “So I ask them: What do you think of yourselves? You probably excelled in journalism school and still remember the idealism and zeal for the truth SOCIAL JUSTICE that dominated your mind and soul.”

      False assumption there. The journo professors have been indoctrinating those young idealists under the guise of inspiring them, The pawns students were inculcated with a zeal to propagate the Gospel According to Globalists, not a zeal for truth.

      Malleable Minds Full of Mush make ideal Jurinalism* students. They get ‘A’s. The smart ones who can think get flunked out.

      *Swedish pronunciation.

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      • boogywstew says:

        “jURINALism students” ??? Swedish pronunciation or not, that’s hysterical ! I so enjoy the punny folks here at The Treehouse!

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        • G. Combs says:

          jUrinalists of the YELLOW STREAM Media….

          The pee all over us and then try to convince us it is rain/truth.

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          • H.R. says:

            Yep. You spell it the English way, Gail. I spell it the Swedish way, attempting to exude an aura of worldly sophistication. 😜

            Hmmm… regardless of how you spell it, it’s still pronounced ‘crapweasels’ in Welsh. 😆 (NOTHING in Welsh sounds anything like it is spelled.)

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            • G. Combs says:

              TELL ME about it. I went caving in Wales and I still can’t pronounce or spell the names of the caves I went in. (Beautiful caves though as was the countryside.)

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      Austin,
      That ball went 700 feet. I can smell the burnt wood from your contact.

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    • calbear84 says:

      Excellent post Austin! Thank you.

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  17. Publius2016 says:

    the insurance plan was the planting of evidence on Trump Campaign…Vault 7 exposed the methods…the dates may coincide with the planted evidence…Deep State expected Impeachment within months of Inauguration…

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  18. Danimal28 says:

    So you’re saying that if democrats accuse republicans of something that means democrats are actually guilty of it?! Go figure 😀

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    • snellvillebob says:

      Yes, it is called “projection” and it is the Left’s most powerful weapon. They use it on everything to the extent that I can foresee a day when a jury convicts one of them based on “guilt by projection”.

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    • Flubber says:

      Well that’s certainly where the Russia thing came from. If for nothing else, it thoroughly muddies the waters.

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    • Covadonga says:

      It is so true that they do this, that now every time they come up a new accusation against one or another of their many enemies, I ask myself “Ok, what brought that on? What have they done now? What evidence of Dem crimes is about to come out?”

      Dems are always worried about getting caught at something.

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  19. Danimal28 says:

    So you’re saying that if democrats accuse republicans of something that means democrats are actually guilty of it?! Go figure 😀

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    • G. Combs says:

      Yes, It is called projection and they use it all the time. So do thieves.

      If you, as a thief FIRST point the finger at someone else (who you stole from) then if he accuses you of stealing people consider it ‘sour grapes’

      Used by bad actors very often because it is very effective…. Until people catch on to the CON.

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  20. Didn’t Rohrback visit Assange and deliver information to the President about what Assange said? I’ve found it strange that Pompeo was so vocal about Assange.. maybe he wanted him back in US to protect him?

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    • Ziiggii says:

      2 things:

      1) I think there are many inside the IC (white & black hat) that are rightly angry with Assange and Wikileaks for publishing the items pushed to them via the trans guy/girl punk.

      This was, IMHO, one of the worse black eyes Wikileaks has had to deal with. That release had real world consequences with peoples lives – minus Vault 7 which may or may not have life/death issues.

      2) I think there is a high likelihood that Pompeo’s remarks were/are part of the ruse to keep the black hat IC members from taking things into their own hands in re: to Assange – ex. the random ‘assassin’ that tried to enter the embassy in London.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Pompeo was not ambiguous in his full-throated denigration of Assange. He rejected everything done by Assange as harmful and injurious to the security of the U.S. and its intelligence services. While I have been pleased with the apparent progress with DPRK and our negotiations with other countries, made possible partially because of Pompeos efforts, I still keep a wary eye on his statements and implied positions.

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  21. Zimbalistjunior says:

    Amazing work as always, SD. Just a side note re the 25 million. Obviously it does not pass the smell test. If this was indeed an extraction program to get Levinson out why would the FBi be charged with getting him out? Would it not be CIA State or Defense? If this was a straight ransom payment, did they need to use Oleg Bc a payment to Iran would run afoul of some law dealing with Iran like an Iran contra type situation? And this isn’t a Ross Perot situation- this is bringing in a foreigner and his money.

    Have there been other similar situations where we ask shady foreigners to donate to our cause?

    Please. This looks like a straight out bribe from Oleg to McCabe and others. Or to be more exact like McCabe is extorting oleg to pay up in order to get citizenship or some other benefit that McCabe alleges that he can confer. And the Levinson extraction ransom is just a ruse for bookkeeping purposes.

    Wanna bet Perkins Coie or Baker hostetler were involved in drafting an agreement on this? That there are actual contracts and also hidden side agreements to the master contract?

    Sing Oleg. Sing!

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    • We can’t forget that Strzok was both CIA and FBI, which begs the question of whether the conspirators in the FBI were blurring the FBI’s specified field of operation and becoming a part of the CIA, at least in this illegal, political conspiracy. Brennan was head of the CIA, and he was the grease for implementing the intelligence cover for all of this spying and disinformation — his and Clapper’s impersonation of “17 intelligence agencies” is the cover for everyone involved, i.e. allowing them to claim they only believed what the intelligence agencies were putting out so seriously.

      But this all stinks of an opportunistic assemblage of like-minded haters of Trump, across a broad range of federal agencies, and that points unerringly back to the one man with the motive, means and opportunity to bring and keep them all together toward the one main purpose of destroying Donald Trump, especially after he became President. In short, it was and is an Obama/Soetoro “community organizing” effort, aided and abetted no doubt by Muslims and Muslim sympathizers in key positions (Valerie Jarrett, John Brennan, and who else we need to know, like Huma Abedin, the Awan family, and Wahhabist — a.k.a. “Insane Left” — Saudi Royals).

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    • Tattoo De Plane says:

      A few things to note. McCabe was likely a CIA asset in the FBI. He was neighbors of the Clintons in Chappaqua. He worked the organized crime unit in NY with Bruce Ohr, who’s CIA connected wife wrote a thesis about why she loved Stalin. Ohr was Steele’s DOJ contact after Yates was fired. McCabe’ was likely a protege of communist Brennan.

      We see the same people working alongside each other for years, all with Russian connections and all friendly with Deripaska. McCain was, also, and he figures into this conspiracy. It wasn’t Deripaska who was being blackmailed. He was their handler.

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    • Covadonga says:

      “Have there been other similar situations where we ask shady foreigners to donate to our cause?”

      Iran-Contra.

      Watch the Oliver North testimony from Reagan’s 2nd term.

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  22. Greg says:

    What has happened is the inevitable result of intelligence agencies being given too much power after 9/11. The corruption was exacerbated by the Obama administration which thought the Constitution was an annoying obstacle to their socialist aims. The partisan, self important mediocrities that run the FBI/DOJ are acting like little children having been caught out in a lie. Mueller has no clothes and his reputation is tumbling. Russia did not ‘attack our democracy’ in 2016 the Deep State made a flagrant attempt to interfere in an election and overturn a result. Where is their sense of honour? I am waiting for someone in the Deep State to come clean and confess that Russiagate is a big hoax. What they have done is so malevolent and traitorous that summary execution by firing squad seems justified.

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    • DanO64 says:

      It is justified. The press is still trying to push this off as just dirty politics when in fact it’s a major conspiracy to circumvent an election and to remove a duly elected President. The biggest crime in our history.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      It may take just that — a confession from a giant fish, one of the principals — to bring the entire corrupt enterprise down in an instant. Only then will the MSM feel compelled to cover the story in all its sordid detail.

      Who will go first, or perhaps one already has and we just don’t know about it yet? There are too many bad actors involved to believe that this is not a possibility.

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  23. Muthaucker says:

    The Trump/Putin summit conversation now takes on a whole-new sense of urgency….no wonder all the MSM coordinated “treason” charges and demands to know what was discussed. Trump probably just confirmed the story as outlined by SD.

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  24. DanO64 says:

    If I controlled releasing documents to Congress, I’d do my very best to make sure they got squat. The biggest failure (intentional) in this whole SEDITION conspiracy is that our political “representatives” are the ones who started it, perhaps.

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  25. dufrst says:

    Great stuff Sundance and now you know why the Swamp was going bat shit crazy about Trump meeting with Putin alone for two hours! Trump knows everything. Putin probably more than anyone knows where all the bodies are buried and probably knows all the dirt on Hillary too just based on that meeting.

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    • A-10 says:

      EVERYONE knows the dirt on Hillary: Fired from the Watergate investigation, illegally obtaining FBI files, Vince Foster “suicide”, WH Travel Office scandal, Whitewater land deal, Uranium One pay-to-play, multiple violations of the Espionage and Federal Records Act by using an unauthorized, unsecure, private email server, serial liar, serious medical/mental issues, Benghazi debacle. The list goes on and on.

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      • H.R. says:

        Hillary skates because her pile of dirt on everyone else is bigger than their pile of dirt on here. S/He who has the biggest pile of dirt, wins.

        And then there’s always that Arkancide thingy, which puts a damper on any enthusiasm to ‘Get Hillary.’

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          Bull. Trump loves this hunt. The two biggest trophies are Hildebeast and Obumbles.

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          • H.R. says:

            Sorry, Sugar. I was unclear. I was referring to the past. I agree with you that things will be different with the new sheriff in town.

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        • gawntrail says:

          Hillary will go down. Although a key player, her expiration date is approaching. She’s gonna be ‘the one for the team’. It only makes sense. Her ass offered up in order to protect a multitude of other asses who are actually shot callers.

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    • Grandpa says:

      Trump has also talked to China’s Xi; I assume in some privacy. Wonder if they discussed Sens McConnell and Feinstein?

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  26. Suzanne says:

    IIRC in one of his rants which peppered his questioning of Rat Rosenstein Grassley stated that they know who hacked the DNC and that it was NOT the Russians. What surprised me at the time is that this blockbuster statement seemed to drop dead right then and there.

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  27. Pat Frederick says:

    so many players in this farce…hard to keep them all straight, but thanks for the great information!
    someone way more computer savvy than I am should design or draw up a flow chart with all the players and the flow of “information” with motives…it would be epic at this point!

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  28. DanO64 says:

    Something tells me SD’s post might trigger a Friday dump bringing this information to light. This is YUGE!

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  29. Hugh says:

    So Steele was already involved in this story in January 2016. The Narrative has Fusion GPS reaching out to him about 6 months later…..

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  30. Mountaingirl says:

    Amazing research SD! It seems that the final pieces of the 1000 piece puzzle are about to be put in place. Many thanks for your work which brings so much revelation on this sordid matter.

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  31. Rex70 says:

    Crucial read…make sure to read the linked Byron York Examiner story and the linked John Solomon thehill.com story for clearer context. Sundance is a genius, and what Nunes and Giuliani have said earlier this week comes into better focus after reading what Sundance has assembled here. This is big. High-stakes poker–everyone is all-in (baited by phenom Trump), and it is close to call time. I think that Trump is trying to wait until September–when many more people/voters will be paying attention to the political scene and the corrupt media will be less able obfuscate the truths of these matters, but Trump and his team’s hands may be forced somewhat early with the Manafort case being currently litigated and Julian Assange being suddenly somewhere unknown/recently silenced. Warner and Ohr have just taken center stage with their Deripaska and Steele meddlings/”collusion”. Haven’t heard much from Comey, Brennan or Clapper (or any of the other Dem smack talkers) recently, either…bracing for impact? scrambling for cover?

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    • ladypenquin says:

      You’re right. Thought about the “quietness” of Comey, Brennan, et al last night.

      Don’t forget POTUS himself remarked this week, “Stay tuned.” 🙂

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    • Time for the Patriots to pray in faith for all that is not seen to be brought into alignment with God’s highest and most perfect will. Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done in our nation.

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    • Dan G says:

      I think Assange is safe given the recent developments. The Trump Administration has motivation to insure this is so. The Deep Staters have to be worried by these recent developments as their stories are unraveling.

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      • Rex70 says:

        Goodness–I hope so. The man is an enigma wrapped in a mystery–who, I believe, happens to know where more than a few, key bodies are buried. The guy needs to be protected then granted some sort of special status once he spills, and I hope that Trump and his inner circle are way ahead of us in that vein. To be sure, Assange and Kim Dotcom are key individuals.

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    • Amy2 says:

      How does this connect with Solomon and Carter having coordinated releases that seemed uninformative the other day?

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      • tomf says:

        Uninformative to who? You?
        I believe Sundance expressed curiosity with a bit of skepticism.

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        • Amy2 says:

          Dude, relax. I’m looking for some connection. He gave the indication they seemed to be kind of on a “stand down” or maybe “subdued” is a better word.

          If I’m on your last nerve, please feel free to skip over my posts, unless you would like to ANSWER a question instead of berating them.

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  32. Who is Adam Waldman?

    He works for Oleg Deripaska.

    He is the go between for Mark Warner and Christopher Steele.

    He visited Julian Assange Nine times in 2017.

    How can these three things all be true?

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  33. Hugh says:

    …also, how come Steele hasn’t been called to testify? He’s described as ex-MI6……I wonder how solid the “ex-“ part really is.

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    • J says:

      In his urgent messages to Ohr Steele keeps refering to “we”. It could be MI6 is the senior partner in this conspiracy. They certainly have the experience with Russia matured over 7 decades of cold war maneuvers.

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      • G. Combs says:

        British Intel is up to their ears in this mess. Steele was the cut-out that was not directly connected anymore.

        “[…]Trump fired Comey earlier this month, just over nine months into the FBI’s probe of Russia’s hacking and disinformation campaigns that targeted Democrats during the election. That probe began in earnest when Robert Hannigan, then the chief of Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters, passed Brennan material related to conversations Trump associates had with suspected or known Russian agents in late 2015 and early 2016,….

        Brennan was so concerned about the intercepted communications that he established a counterintelligence task force, which included the FBI and the National Security Agency. (Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testified earlier this month that those communications had been picked up and handed over to US agencies, but he could not elaborate due to the “sensitive” nature of the intelligence.)[…]”http://www.businessinsider.com/john-brennan-russia-trump-collusion-testimony-2017-5

        Earlier Brennan – Hannigan stories

        http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-russia-dossier-claims-cia-2017-1

        http://www.businessinsider.com/british-spy-agency-trump-russia-ties-2017-4

        Funny how Hannigan abruptly resigned on Jan. 23, 2017. This was three days after Trump’s inauguration and shortly after the first allegations that former MI6 agent Christopher Steele was involved thanks to the Buzzfeed article on January 10, 2017.

        Hannigan BTW had just gotten a very nice raise…

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        • Covadonga says:

          You know that Steele was a Leftist in college?

          Also, Brennan notoriously voted for Communist Gus Hall over Ford or Carter in the 1976 presidential race.

          Nellie Ohr is a Communist, too.

          The schemers overall are up to their eyeballs in Russians, Communists, and, unless I miss my guess, Russian Communists!

          Keep an eye on Diana West’s research on the Red Threads.

          Also, on Russians for Hillary.

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    • gawntrail says:

      One is never out.

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  34. hatterasgal says:

    God bless Sundance and this last refuge!!!! Your work is simply outstanding!!!

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  35. Kristin says:

    Thank you SD for your work on the latest events. If not for you who could get through this maze?

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    • KimmyK says:

      THIS!!

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    • H.R. says:

      Yeah! I always picture Sundance’s home with a spare bedroom converted to an office with whiteboards all around the walls, going out the office door and running down the hall into the kitchen where they run above the cabinets and continue through the laundry room out into the garage across the back wall.

      Mrs. Sundance is a Saint!

      (Am I close, Sundance? 😜)

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  36. cochato28 says:

    The FBI approached, and was rebuffed by, Deripaska in September 2016. Two months later, after Trump’s victory, the FBI allegedly approached Yevgniy Nikulin in a Czech jail to suborn false testimony that the Russian hacker had hacked the DNC server at Putin’s behest. This approach was also rebuffed, but someone in the USG went to great efforts to make sure Nikulin was extradited from Prague to the US in March 2018 (despite Russian efforts to have him extradited). So these pre-Special Counsel efforts to cook up a case against Trump are now causing potential embarrassment, and must be covered up. It will be interesting to see what happens with Assange.

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    • MR52 says:

      Not sure I can believe this since Newsweek is carrying the story. Here is the link:

      https://www.newsweek.com/fbi-investigation-clinton-emails-russia-hack-607538

      Nikulin was detained in the Czech Republic for allegedly hacking the servers of major sites LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring between 2012 and 2013. While awaiting trial, he claims in an undated letter reportedly given to U.S. Russian-language news site Nastoyashchoe Vremya by Nikulin’s lawyer, Martin Sadilek, that the FBI visited him at least a couple of times, offering to drop the charges and grant him U.S. citizenship as well as cash and an apartment in the U.S. if the Russian national confessed to participating in the 2016 hacks of Clinton campaign chief John Podesta’s emails in July.

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  37. Waldman is peddling Assange, Steele and Deripaska to the SSCI. However the facts they can add, especially Assange and Deripaska, represent inconvenient truths to the anti-Trump collusion narrative. The reasons to entertain Assange THEN were even more compelling as without some kind of engagement/immunity he threatens release of the massively damaging CIA Vault 7/8 suite.

    Imagine 80s spy John Walker having a sudden crisis of conscience over a particularly damaging pending drop and, in the middle of his espionage run, sending feelers out to Congressional reps via an intermediary only to have those reps reject his overture for political reasons. The key reason turns out that it would expose a coup they were in the midst of hatching against the current sitting President. Sorry Walker, we’re knee-deep in our own malfeasance. National security’s gonna have to fend for itself.

    Part of SSCI’s mission (from its webpage) is to “provide vigilant legislative oversight over the intelligence activities of the United States to assure that such activities are in conformity with the Constitution and laws of the United States.”

    This mission becomes clouded when the committee members themselves are complicit in non-conformance with the Constitution i.e. an active coup against a sitting President. As for turning a blind eye to Assange’s telegraphed release that sort of demolishes their ‘vigilance’ mandate.

    I offered recently in semi-jest tweet if Warner and Comey could go down (for refusing to bring a spy/journalist in from the cold) as a more damaging duo to national security than even the Rosenbergs? Who would want to be in that sweepstakes? Binney says the Vault 7/8 release is a catastrophe. It would be instructive to contextualize via an intelligence damage assessment.

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  38. Dan G says:

    From the Byron York piece:

    Steele emailed again on Feb . 8 to alert Ohr that “our old friend OD apparently has been granted another official [emphasis in original] visa to come to the US later this month.” Steele wrote, “As far as I’m concerned, this is good news all round although as before, it would be helpful if you could monitor it and let me know if any complications arise.” Ohr replied that he knew about Deripaska’s visa, and “to the extent I can I will keep an eye on the situation.”

    How does a high ranking DOJ official have knowledge about a visa application? How is Deripaska on the DOJ’s radar on Feb 8?

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  39. Dan G says:

    Kathleen Kavalec is a Trump nominee? If she also has not turned her nomination could well be pulled and she will find herself alongside her former friends continuously looking over their shoulder. Another thread worth pulling.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I just got to that part in York’s article. She seems like a snake. Best find someone else for the ambassador spot.

      On Nov . 21, other players entered the conversation. Ohr received an an email from Kathleen Kavalec, a deputy assistant secretary of state in the Bureau of European Affairs in the State Department. (Kavalec is now President Trump’s nominee to be ambassador to Albania.) Kavalec sent Ohr information on Simon Kukes, a Russian-born executive who contributed more than $250,000 to Trump-supporting organizations after Trump won the Republican nomination.

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  40. Oldskool says:

    George Webb’s version of the whole Deripaska, Manafort, Ohr, Strzok, et al. bunch motives is the only one that makes this make sense. Has nothing to do with interfering with the President for “Making America Great Again”, but everything to do with interfering with his trying to make America lawful again. The cabal is trying desperately to cloak it’s apparently lucrative weapons, drugs and exfiltration of technology and nuclear materials that could only be conducted at a large scale with participatory cover by the FBI, DOJ and CIA. Big money explains what this is about, not political ideology differences.

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    • tomf says:

      It surprises me that George still is able to communicate his research every day.
      He does it right in front of them….in your face, in DC, standing in front of the Capital Bldg.
      Fascinating & entertaining.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “political ideology” has always been for the ‘Useful Innocents’ as Willi Münzenberg called them. The Commie leaders were in it for the power and money.

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    • Covadonga says:

      I’m sure the money is a big angle here, along with the fear of jail on the part of the conspirators.

      But I can’t buy that that is all it’s about.

      Researching the soft coup this winter, Diana West found far too many red threads in the fabric of this tale. You just can’t have so many high government officials, intelligence and counter-intelligence officers, prominent lawyers, Russians, and so forth, conspiring together to upset the constitutional order in a Western nation, when so many of them have explicitly Leftist backgrounds, without FSB or GRU control underlying it somewhere.

      This goes double when such a suspiciously large percentage of the players who are by birth Western turn out to be Russian speakers who’ve lived in Moscow (e.g. Steele, Nellie Ohr, Edward Baumgartner, at a minimum.)

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  41. Over the last two years Sundance and others have provided the evidence trail that would easily lead to many trips to our courts to put people apparently trying to overthrow our way of life on trial for tyranny and many other crimes. An unbelievable percentage of our government representatives in Washington would be included in the effort. However, all of this investigation and collection of evidence will be useless if we do not put a major majority in the House of Representatives, Senate and the Supreme Court that will be willing to stand up for real justice for we the people. November will be a turning point for our nation, good or bad.

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  42. JoD says:

    Waldman to Warner…….”Glad to meet you IN PERSON, too.”
    Sounds like “Hey Mark” and “warmest adam” are longer term pen-pals, looking forward to finally meeting in person.

    http://www.zerohege.com/news/2018-03-09/russian-billionaire-claims-fusion-gps-funded-soros

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  43. searkreb says:

    Tom cotton. Good guy or corrupt???

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  44. cali says:

    Great as always @Sundance – thank you!

    First – Waldman is the attorney for Deripaska and Julian Assange. He is also the man who brokered the limited asylum in 2017 for Julian Assange to testify in DC about the supposedly hack and the material he posted about Podesta among others.

    It is a given that the same gang who demanded his testimony to be revoked and his limited asylum to enter the US cancelled in June 2017. This is the gang deeply involved in this conspiracy against president Trump – during the election to stop Trump’s candidacy, his removal as candidate and then to remove him from office via coup/impeachment.
    That gang had the ever recurring names = Feinstein, Schiff, Warner and Burr plus 6 more. As you’ve stated @Sundance the testimony from Assange and Deripaska would have blown their conspiracy of Russian collusion out of the water ergo the cancellation.
    Comey was lobbied in 2017 to revoke Assange’s entry into the US via their letter which is available via open source. The likelyhood of this same gang working against Deripaska is the most plausible explanation.
    Julian Assange retaliated after being denied and exposed the CIA’s Vault 7 and later Vault 8 demonstrating the deep state hacking and posing as Russians and leaving fingerprints behind as though it actually came from Russians. The CIA and their gang to this day targeting Assange for that reason.
    Julian should not co-operate with Warner and Burr because its a set-up. Assange knows that Seth Rich was murdered after being unmasked by CrowdStrike and Brennan as the source of WikiLeaks expose.

    @Sundance Mueller also has some history in Ukraine with the same man that Manafort did business with: Viktor Yanukovich! Imagine that and pics of Mueller and Yanukovich are also open source.
    Remember Ukraine did their part via the state department and their gang in trying to stop president Trumps candidacy. A recent op-ed about the state department actors in Ukraine led by Chalupa worked with congress in DC trying to stop the candidacy. Chalupa and the state department started the witch hunt against Manafort inventing collusion with Trump and Russian spies. Chalupa organized and engineered with state department actors like Nuland, Hillary and others lobbied both parties in DC to declare the Trump candidacy illegitimate providing them with Russian collusion stories involving Manafort and Trump.

    Bruce Ohr and his wife Nellie played are far more sinister role than previously known even AFTER Ohr was demoted not once but twice and up at least until May 2018. Page also appeared to be part of the Ohr, Steele, Fusion GPS angle despite not having authority to do so.
    Feinstein’s former aide Jones will make an appearance next and continuous his agenda against the president while fanning the flame of Russian collusion although 2 years later there is no validity any longer as we’ve seen in the Mueller shit show. Mueller is a very dirty and treacherous man although his career is filled with criminal behavior and actions.

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  45. 🍺Gunny says:

    OK. For this I will refer to two items.

    First: I think this goes to what Rudy said the other day.

    “The entire Mueller investigation is going to blow up”

    “Second. Richard Nixon was outed by two reporters who just kept digging”

    Let me put this out there. Sundance deserves a Pulitzer Prize. Hands down. All of us know he does.

    But to my point. Reporters are finally putting this plot together. Sheryl Atkinson, Bryon York others.

    They are beginning to run with it. They have all the information, mostly if not all from Sundance.

    The reporter who blows this wide open will be famous…. famous for years…. and the race is now on…..for that Pulitzer.

    Whoever blows it up will win the pulitzer…….The reporters are finally digging.

    The entire scheme is finished……..it’s about to blow

    Thanks Sundance…….As we always say for our President, but now needs to be said to you Sundance. From our hearts.

    “ You saved us. You saved us all”

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    • ogoggilby says:

      Speaking of Pulitzer….

      “Maybe everyone would calm down if, instead of using the term ‘fake news,’ we would go back to the older term: ‘yellow journalism.’

      Yellow journalism is what journalists use to describe sensationalist reporting, crude reporting, headlines designed only to make people buy the paper, and, in many cases, details and quotes that are invented by the reporter to embellish a story that would otherwise be boring….

      Yellow journalism was invented by Joseph Pulitzer, publisher of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and The New York World, in the 19th century.

      Yellow journalism is given credit for starting the Spanish-American War, thanks to the aforesaid New York World and its bitter circulation battle with William Randolph Hearst’s New York Journal.

      So today the inventor of ‘fake news,’ Joseph Pulitzer, is honored once a year by every newspaper in America, every book publisher in America, and every playwright in America, because they’re all attempting to win the award named after him—the Pulitzer Prize.”

      http://takimag.com/article/the_fake_fake_news_t_shirt_story_perpetrated_by_fake_news_fakers_briggs/print#axzz5NmUxrzUL

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      • Amy2 says:

        I have asked myself many times “what is the difference between fake news and yellow journalism?” I was not a good student of history, but I do remember learning about it! Thanks ogoggilby!

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      • tomf says:

        President Trump uses the term ‘fake news’.
        Because it is fake news.
        No need for any alterations.

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        • Amy2 says:

          Except when you read about yellow journalism, that leads you to “Remember the Maine” and the Spanish American War. Don’t see any similarities between that and our current fake news/Russia situation? History repeating itself, with no alterations.

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          • GB Bari says:

            I see your point. It’s probably a comparison that fails only on scale. Yellow journalists did not publish stories ***daily*** that were complete fabrications and had not one element of truth in them. But todays Fake News outlets do exactly that on a daily basis.

            They begin with an event or a fact and spin a completely false story out of it, inventing motives that have no basis in fact nor any supporting evidence .

            Yesteryear’s “yellow” journalists in the main big city papers were not as blatantly dishonest for the most part. Nor were they promoted by their bosses like they are today.

            (IMHO)

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      • G. Combs says:

        Yellow Journalism is where I got:
        The Yellow Stream Media

        Urinalists being added later as it fit so well.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        The difference in my mind is that Yellow Journalism followed the “If it bleeds, it leads.” journalism formula and was about rank self-promotion of the media outlet. Bad, but identifiable and not necessarily false. Fake news is agenda driven–either ideological or from the kleptocracy. One is sensational, even hysterical. The other runs the gamut of emotion, because none of it is real; but its hallmarks are falsehood and malicious intent, even when contrary to self-interest.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      A Pulitzer is not good enough for SD.
      Medal of Freedom.

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  46. Znoxide says:

    The analysis was great as always. The Oleg portion of the video was interesting, but I really enjoyed the final exchange regarding the Russian mercenaries.

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  47. Hmmm... says:

    There have to be a LOT of people with varying degrees of understanding and involvement in this that are being forced to examine their personal calculations right now. Even though it may seem cowardly or corrupt I still think there are a lot of people who have been operating under the view that fully exposing this would be more damaging to the US than letting the story die a natural death. It is becoming clear that Team Trump is signalling they will not let it go away quietly AND the Russians/Assange are sending the same signal which means it’s time for many to make a very important decision. There may soon be a snowball effect as those who were hoping this would all just go away realize that they have a lot more to gain and a lot to potentially lose by inaction. There is a small window of opportunity for a lot of connected people to change positions and collect the rewards of being on the right side of how this all plays out.

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  48. rashomon says:

    George Webb has been tracking the Oleg Deripaska narrative for months and did a wrap-up yesterday (Day 43.2 on his YouTube site with another summary by Connie Bevan in the comments section of day 42.6).

    Webb has mention John McCain’s activity with OD; the Senator apparently enjoyed cruising on OD’s yacht off Montenegro. Where McCain goes, Miss Lindsay is not far behind. Rumors have it that both invested in mining operations and arms in that area after the Bosnian conflict.

    There is also a “young girls in thigh-high boots” aspect to the whole scheme, now becoming the #1 modus operandi for keeping people’s mouth shut, especially those Congresscritters who campaign on Mom and apple pie morals.

    Webb also explains Manafort’s role in making stuff happen in the world of nuclear and other arms gathered from various sources and sold around the world, which is OD’s specialty, too. Manafort is hired to make these multi-country networks work.

    But in short. Julian Assange knows the details and NO ONE wants him testifying to the public and spilling the truth about the machinations of our extraordinarily devious leadership.

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  49. ogoggilby says:

    Oleg Deripaska and Julian Assange. Two foreign assets who need to be kept alive.

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  50. Tottie Mitchell says:

    For various reason, I followed Julian Assange in twitter. Not long ago, he vanished. Question: Can his views be found on any other platform in any other country? IMHO, I do not believe he will reveal his sources- no matter who is asking. Thank you Sundance. Great work.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Julian Assange has been isolated in the Ecuadorian embassy in London (where he has been since 2012) soon after the new Ecuadorian PM took power. They cut his internet and phone and restricted his visitors.

      He cannot communicate with the outside world at this time.

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