Faced With a Collapsing Narrative Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr Tries Reversing Claims on Russian Conspiracy….

The Associated Press published an interview with Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr today where the intensely corrupt Senator Burr tries to reverse all his prior positions, publications and manipulated committee findings, against President Trump.

“Sorry bro, gotta bail”…

As the tide changes; and with DOJ and FBI officials delivering testimony; combined with communication between U.S. co-conspirators (Bruce Ohr, Glenn Simpson) and foreign actors (Chris Steele, Oleg Deripaska) gaining sunlight, the larger united effort between the intelligence apparatus and politicians starts to become a risk to elected individuals.

Remember, the background here is: currently indicted Senate Intelligence Committee Security Chief, James Wolfe, through his lawyers, having already stated they intend to subpoena Intel Committee members as part of Wolfe’s defense for leaking classified information to the media and lying to the FBI.

(AP) […]  Burr said there is “no factual evidence today that we’ve received” on collusion or conspiracy between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign. But he said he’s still open on the issue and hasn’t personally come to any final conclusions, since the investigation isn’t finished.

The Senate investigation is the last bipartisan congressional probe of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and connections to Trump’s campaign. Working with the panel’s top Democrat, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, Burr has so far managed to keep the investigation free from the extraordinary acrimony that has plagued work on the House side of the Capitol. The House Intelligence Committee bitterly fought through its entire Russia investigation, which ended earlier this year despite the objections of Democrats.

“From an institution standpoint I want the American people to understand that the Senate can function, even on the most serious things,” Burr said.  (read more)

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Bruce Ohr, Chris Steele and Oleg Deripaska are keys to blowing the conspiracy wide open.

The collateral damage will consume people like Senator Burr; a corrupt never-Trumper who aligned in common cause with the conspiracy crew.

 

 

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266 Responses to Faced With a Collapsing Narrative Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr Tries Reversing Claims on Russian Conspiracy….

  1. Ziiggii says:

    My Senator everybody!

    So, so proud of him for coming clean! /s

    Liked by 26 people

    • jmclever says:

      Too late to apologize

      Liked by 36 people

      • Hard to go wrong with bringing that one back out… but, I have to say the thumbnail says it all. The 2nd is like any amendment. It’s only good if it’s original to the Constitution and used if need be…

        At this point we have a chance not to have to. Best make good use of it while we can…

        Because #WAR. “They” brought it 105 years ago… ww signed ’em on. And here we are in need of the Absolute Reckoning. Less than a handful of “representatives” hasn’t been cutting it for decades.

        Liked by 15 people

        • Nope2GOPe says:

          Is it just me, in thinking that something HUGE must happen in bringing the cast of characters involved in this ongoing saga against our President to justice?

          Or have we somehow accepted a new unprecedented “normal” going forward in our future political system in America?

          This is beyond frightening to consider the cast of characters involved in the deep state coup against our sitting President, that they be allowed to walk for their crimes.

          I strongly believe that we must go after these bad players, and in addition, make an example out of them if there is any hope of saving our Nation going forward.

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      • KittyKat says:

        LKE!!!

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      • Cathead says:

        First time to view this. Awesome!

        Liked by 1 person

      • softunderbelly says:

        What an Anthem!

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    • RICHARD CANARY says:

      Maybe we will be lucky enough to see Burr and Warner get forced by circumstances to blame each other back and forth for their duplicity in accepting the phoney Russia collusion fraud. Could be veeeery interessstink!

      Liked by 15 people

      • Ziiggii says:

        Burr won’t win – he’s the Committee Chair….

        DOH! 🤦🏻‍♂️

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        • Good Job! says:

          Bruce & Nelly Ohr’s bank account is getting fatter & fatter because of the Dossier that they are both peddling.

          Maybe this evidence that Nelly wrote the “dossier?”

          Or that she was the one promoting it to the media?

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          • Crystal says:

            I’ve considered from the beginning that she, being a Russian expert and fluent in the language, either wrote or co-wrote (along with Simpson) the dossier blueprint and then it was handed off to Steele (possibly by her hubby) to fill in the blanks, giving it a sense of authenticity and using a Russian contact to inject salacious rumors into the mix, which the MSM just loves to exploit.

            As they’re being so overly protective of her, is it chivalry or the fact that she’s Bruce’s wife? Or is it something more sinister? Could she be a Russian spy or a double agent?

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            • FanGirl says:

              The Russians aren’t the only ones involved nor the ones to be most concerned about.

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              • Covadonga says:

                Nellie wrote her Ph.D. dissertation using material in Russian archives that few Westerners were allowed into. The ones who were were reliable Reds. She had to agree to let Russian archivists approve both her thesis topic and the manner of presentation.

                So she was considered a Communist sympathizer, and was possibly a Communist agent of their government.

                Wherever you look in this mess there are Communists and Russians. So it is quite possible that the whole thing is a Russian influence operation that went wrong – an attempt to meddle in an American presidential election to get Hillary elected.

                The idea Putin and the Russians would want Trump elected is laughable.

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      • lftpm says:

        There is increasing evidence that the Steele “dossier” was the product of UK “intelligence”, i.e. foreign meddling in our election. Steele, who reported in a civil suit in London, “My Russian intelligence was raw, not verified, I reported it to the USA FBI for further investigation, it was never meant to go public (so don’t convict me of libel)” needs to be deposed by Nunes’s HPSCI, and if Her Majesty refuses to order Steele extradited for questioning, we know the jig is up.

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        • scott467 says:

          “and if Her Majesty refuses to order Steele extradited for questioning, we know the jig is up.”

          _______________

          She certainly isn’t my majesty.

          There is nothing majestic about despots and their despotism.

          Liked by 6 people

          • Eilert says:

            Hear, Hear.

            Liked by 2 people

          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            Elizabeth II has very little actual power. From what I have seen hinted at here and there, we might be happier with Great Britain if she had more…

            Liked by 1 person

            • mutantbeast says:

              except for one small problem. Charles is a leftard, and his oldest son Harry is as dumb as a leftard can get.

              Liked by 3 people

              • frankie says:

                Charles is a 54 Ford with both doors open.

                And an inbred who talks to plants and prefers Camilla to Diana.

                Harry is proof Diana sought comfort elsewhere.

                And she was social climbing making it with a Moslem like Dodi …. as the Bangles would say, walk like an Egyptian.

                Harry social climbed by marrying American divorcee Calypso Megan. At least she isn’t Megyn Kelly.

                And Prince Andrew allegedly shared underage girls on Epstein Island with Bill and HIllary Clinton.

                This shows how screwed up Britain’s nobility is.

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                • Due to the fact that everyone poops, there is no such thing as “actual” “nobility”. More likely to see an act of nobility from a stranger having a good day than we are from some self-proclaimed “elite” scumbag.

                  There are lying liars that seek to insist they are better than others, and murderous murderers that do the same thing. They are the same people.

                  Evil triumphs when good men do nothing about it.

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                • Annie says:

                  agree with most of what you said..but..Diana did not start her affair with Hewitt..until ..after..Harry was born..and the Spencer family is full of red heads or gingers as the Brits call them.

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              • EWeatherwax says:

                Correction: His eldest son is William. Harry is the spare.

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              • murray smith says:

                youngest son, William is the eldest

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              • De Oppresso Liber says:

                William is the elder brother, and 2nd in line of succession to the British throne. Harry has now dropped from 3rd in line to either 5th or 6th. I cannot remember how many children William and Kate have had, whether or not they’re boys, or how gender affects the succession. I’m pretty sure they’ve had two boys, which bumps Harry to 5th in line, but there may be another (a little princess – literally).

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          • murray smith says:

            it would be the Government of the day that repudiated any extradition not the Crown, you have some extremely odd ideas about constitutional monarchy, structure and how it works

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        • snellvillebob says:

          I still think Hillary made up the Moscow prostitute scenario, paid Glenn Simpson to give it to Steele to launder and enhance.

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          • steph_gray says:

            I don’t know who made it up – I only know that it WAS made up.

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            • Crystal says:

              What about that Russian oligarch (Deriperska) who couldn’t get a visa to get back into the US? Is it possible that he supplied the unverified and ridiculously gossipy rumors to his buddy Steele in exchange for an expedited visa?

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          • BetsBets says:

            Me too, Snellville. I’ve thought all along that Hillary or her goons (Blumenthal, Shearer, Simpson) concocted the story and gave it to some Russian “informants” with the sole purpose of streaming it to Steele. And you know the rest…..

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            • Crystal says:

              I remember Mook (one of Hildebeast’s campaign managers) saying that the day after the election he and IIRC either Blumie or John P. (another campaign manager) started working on the collusion rumors. Robbie needs to be under oath in front of the Congressional investigative committees because he may have been a part of this from the beginning.

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          • Please says:

            applying the theory of projection – ‘accuse them of what we have done’ – who would be in that Moscow hotel room with peeing hookers…hillary?… angry at Obama for jumping the line in front of her, or Bill?… on one of his many escapades…

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          • murray smith says:

            I don’t believe it originates in Russia at all, the DNC or any of the Intelligence organisations within 5 eyes where easily capable of creating it, keep at it and vote for Trump on every occasion and eventually you will find out the authorship and the scope of international and home based globalist resistance to Trump and economic nationalism/Conservatism, Vote RINO or Demonocorruptocrat and you will never know

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          • Dr.Jay says:

            Cody Shearer created that story but his version had a one-eyed Turk in Istanbul as source. The story was given via Talbott (brother in Law) to Steele. Apparantly as early as Jan 2016…
            See
            https://apelbaum.wordpress.com/2018/03/17/the-mechanics-of-deception/

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        • Good Job! says:

          I reported it to the USA FBI for further investigation, it was never meant to go public

          That’s funny. Hillary and the DNC paid for it to NOT be public?

          More likely Ohr/Steele made the “dossier” too ridiculous for the media to pounce on. But then the FBI counter-intelligence dolts fell for it.

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        • Louis Genevie says:

          Exactly. Put pressure on the UK to show their cards. To what extent was the UK government supportive or behind the dossier in some way?

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    • 😄
      Gotta keep our sense of humor up.

      Liked by 14 people

    • poodle12 says:

      Ziigii, I can see you glowing with pride all the way from NJ! I can only claim the small time corruptocrat Bob Menendez.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Deedee says:

        I get schiffty schiff.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Mine is he biggest Commie scumbag of all- Chuckie Schemer. NY is hopeless 😩.

        Liked by 2 people

        • frankie says:

          We have Yappy Kasich. He’s like a house dog that gets mad the couple has a baby and give the child more attention. Yappy doesn’t know whether to chew furniture, crap on the carpet, bite the child, or rub itself inappropriately on the legs of visitors. So Yappy Kasich does all of the above.

          We also have Sherrod Bono Brown, who drove his car into a tree while his daughter was aboard. Some say he was acting inappropriately also.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Madhatton says:

          We are indeed “lucky” to have the ever beautiful outdoors woe man , hilly . Plus gillybrand the gross . In das village ole michelin man , jerry “waddling” nadler is the face , arms and butt of all libutards . Capped by caputo “evil eyes” cujo and willhelm willhelm the horrid . If we didn’t have close family here …..

          Liked by 2 people

      • snellvillebob says:

        I got Hank Johnson. Luckily my Nomorobo has enough sense to block his phone calls.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

          WELL,not to be outdone. ..I am the proud owner of the official “Senator in tennis shoes”. Also reported to be the dumbest one out of 100. Pattycakes.
          Notably my Evergreen state is home to several notorious 9th circus judges,merrily legislating from the bench, the pedofile mayor of Seattle slew (not the beautiful champion ),but our portion of the distal swampland. The infamous Evergreen State college where the patients (students) took over and ran the asylum for 2 days.
          Should I go on ? I just close saying that everyday I hear from another previously silent deplorable and most importantly, thankful for our VSGPDJT and his wise very enlightening tweets.

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      • Bobby Menendez isn’t so small. He leaves a trail of slime behind him where ever he goes.

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    • The Boss says:

      He’s a coward.

      Liked by 1 person

    • RoddREpub says:

      Left people forget they thought he was going to lose, but ended up winning. After winning he treated Trump poorly. POTUS doesn’t forget.

      Liked by 5 people

    • HollowofHishand says:

      When I lived in NC I voted for him too. Never too sure about him, but wanted a R in the seat. Now I live in NH and badger Jeanne Shaheen weekly with emails. She doesn’t like it when I tell her that her replies to me don’t answer the question(s) that I pose. LOL

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      • GenEarly says:

        “I feel your pain” Vote for Comrade DemocRat or Putz Rino in NC. Sen Tillis no better than Burr. Sen Mitchy McCuckold’s senate team is just pandering stinking offal.
        only the Degrading DemocRats of team Sen Scummer are worse.

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    • GenEarly says:

      A putz rino Senator goes into cya mode after being the democRat’s bff with Sen Warner D being the actual committee chairman.
      Why isn’t Burr running for re-selection? Burr is just another Corker, Flake, McCain ….Good Riddance

      Liked by 4 people

    • Oh sure! You taught him to sit upright, and let him off his chain. You’ve been too easy on him all along…now look at the mess!

      You’re just lucky he didn’t tear some poor old woman’s face off.

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    • Helen says:

      John Cornyn, Senator from Texas is also on the committee. I will start calling him Monday to express my thoughts.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Calling Cornyn won’t do you any good. He thinks HIS opinion is the only one that is correct and he is interested in what helps him and only acts like a conservative when he’s up fpr re-election. I’ve tried to talk Louie Gohmert into running for either Cruz or Cornyn’s seat but he won’t until one of them decides on their own not to run.

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    • TomJ says:

      I suspect it has something to do with James Wolfe , the Senate intelligence committee security director, getting indicted. Too close to home for Burr. He is now attempting to clean himself up.

      Liked by 1 person

    • nightmare on k st says:

      did he find a pair in his bottom drawer?

      Liked by 1 person

    • I’m not so easily pleased…he’s my Senator also and it will take more than this for him to receive any praise from me. He is a stupid deceitful corrupt criminal and I can’t wait for him to no longer be my Senator. The creep…

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  2. treehouseron says:

    The S*** is definitely going down, notice how Lindsey Graham has done a complete 180 too. These dudes are privy to stuff before we are.

    IT’S GOING DOWN PEOPLE. THIS IS HAPPENING.

    Liked by 42 people

    • Alonzo says:

      I will believe it when I see it. As far as I’m concerned, most of them will get away without prosecution. There is no justice in America as long as Obama, Clinton & Company walk free. Some of the never Trumpers are just becoming neutral players in the game.

      Liked by 19 people

    • Ray Runge says:

      Save the popcorn for actual Perp Walks.

      Liked by 5 people

    • JasonD says:

      Agreed Ron, the dam is over flowing and the drip, drip, drip has definitely grown into a stream. The flood will hit in due course.

      The people have been forewarned by the dripping and will not be shocked when the dam wall is fully breached. Sorry for all the watery metaphors, its raining outside!

      Liked by 7 people

    • The Boss says:

      It’s like “chatter” Ron. Lots of noise all of a sudden for about the last two weeks. The nature of the noise is different. There is a confident, aggressive undertone which is sparking panic on the other side. The losing side.

      Liked by 7 people

      • tjm says:

        Pirro hosting for Hannity last night said something, very briefly, about Rosenstein’s wife. Wasn’t somebody here speculating recently about Rosenstein’s wife working for the CIA?

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        • snellvillebob says:

          Lisa Barsoomian, Rod Rosenstein’s wife, worked for years as an attorney for the federal government, handling cases involving the FBI and even Bill Clinton.

          Liked by 1 person

          • mutantbeast says:

            Hmm. Another case of a DC lefty female who works under her maiden name(Maxine, Fineswine several others do so because there husbands are crooked and hide behind the fact no one knows who they are) . It appears Rosenstinks hag does the same thing.

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          • Crystal says:

            There might be a connection as Rosey himself is the one who allegedly passed on indicting The Beast for Whitewater when other agents have said there was enough evidence to do so.

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      • Steve says:

        Yep. The fascist frogs have finally started noticing that the water’s getting hotter.

        Liked by 1 person

    • snellvillebob says:

      Had a thought that they postponed the military parade in DC so they could haul Hillary down it in a cage. Oh that would be a glorious sight.

      Liked by 3 people

    • BetsBets says:

      I’ve noticed the same thing about Lindsay. At first I wondered if he is up for re-election because he suddenly found a spine. Then I realized that he decided to be on the right side when the excrement hits the fan bigly.

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    • railer says:

      This. Lindsey Graham was the sign. He’s completely abandoned his never Trumpism and has gone completely over to posture as a Trump ally. I’ve been noticing that for some weeks now. Burr is just a stooge, following the crowd, and that means there’s a crowd moving off this Muh Russia thing. McCain will probably even find a way to corpse-tweet his way onto the right side of this.

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    • wwdanceking says:

      Graham suddenly has the confidence of a statesman? Splain that without thinking something is happening.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      An “October surprise” …?

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  3. distracted2 says:

    Yep, Burr sees one of those brand-new trucks coming straight for him. And I hope it backs up and runs over him again.

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  4. Ziiggii says:

    I would like to know why POTUS made sure to add in the “[blank] Jeff Sessions” part to his tweet…. 🤔

    Maybe he really is getting tired of ‘sleepy’?!?
    Or is it just more ‘reversed Kabuki’ theater!?!

    Time will tell I guess…🤷‍♂️

    Liked by 5 people

    • KingBroly says:

      Because it’s a quote. It means he’s not there. Nothing.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Bo3484 says:

      If anyone saw the cabinet meeting yesterday, I cannot be the only one who saw the president’s stare when Sessions was speaking and the stern tone the president used in addressing him. Sessions sure did. He stuttered and shrank with good reason. President Trump looked like he wanted to fire him right then and there, and Sessions knew it.

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      • Angel Martin says:

        There was a fake news story that said White House staff put Session out of eye contact with Trump to avoid annoying him.

        According to this, Trump is less annoyed with Rosenstein than Sessions (take that for what it is worth).

        This Burr move is like Bowdich ignoring Wray and firing Strzok. A sign of a power shift where corrupt, but clued-in players will try to make a “good transition”.

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      • Cankles Clinton says:

        Did you notice that when Sessions was speaking that Trump crossed his arms? He didn’t do that while anyone else was speaking that I noticed.

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      • WWDance says:

        We tend to forget the power of the presidency. My bet is there is a literal slew of the less stalwart perps than say, JB, who actually thinks himself some kind of chosen one fighting the good fight as if he is not a spy and a traitor, who are choking down double scotches so they can spit, while thinking about the b
        bay in Cuba.

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    • Bullseye says:

      With the momentum shift seems like PTrumo could now fire Sessions if he wanted. Don’t think republican rinos could do anything but what PTrump wants. He has the leverage now.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Grassley was noted to complain about Sessions in a public fashion. Grassley has to kiss the next AG designate, a task he has spurned until recently.

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      • He’s the President of the United States. Legitimately, BC and all… some people here (and elsewhere) even go so far in support of him to call him “god emperor” and stuff- which I do not get, but whatever.

        If he wanted Sessions gone, he would have been gone already.

        The rest is anxiety and propaganda. There is far too much “political intrigue” which stems from emotional thinking and desire.

        Accomplishments are posted on the DOJ website too. Some pretty good stuff shows up there, almost looks like the setting of the stage for proper constitutional punishment for “elitist” criminals.

        BTW, we really shouldn’t want everyone to know exactly what is going on behind the scenes when it comes to the aforementioned constitutional punishment needs we face due to large numbers of extremely evil people having possessed and abused our highest positions for so long, should we?

        Let’s wait till the nets fill up, and get ’em all, ok? 😉

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        • josco scott says:

          THANK YOU. Yes.

          Liked by 3 people

          • josco scott says:

            I’ve stayed off comments on this wonderful site specifically because I hate the Sessions-hate so much, and after weeks of avoidance here I am and here they are…

            Maybe Trump is truly furious with Sessions and doesn’t fire him because… bad time, whatever.

            Maybe it’s kabuki.

            Maybe we just don’t know and should avoid getting riled because Sessions is a good man–if he’s changed? Then it’s sad. But WE CAN’T KNOW THAT YET.

            Not ONE person here knows for sure whether Sessions, Balls of Steel, has changed, or was always secretly Deep State.

            Aim your ire at the people who ARE corrupt. They are legion. Expend your emotion on THEM, folks.

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            • Dobegirl says:

              josco scott
              Good post…..right on!!!!!

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            • lokiscout says:

              Thanks for commenting. I suspect your ideas have crossed the minds of others here. I know it has mine.

              Time will tell.

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            • Bravo for coming back. It’s interesting to see, in a bad way, just how quickly people even here turn on someone based on their own high expectations and desires.

              I guess they could have cleaned up this global mess of evil, corruption, treason, and sedition in just the few months it took for them to begin attacking Jeff Sessions- without a scintilla of evidence other than fake news machinations and ignorance.

              Social engineering and steering is a double-edged sword affecting people of “both” political (psycho-political) slants.

              Having only two choices is divide and conquer, and even that isn’t so often left up “to chance”.

              Thank you for speaking up! 😉

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            • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

              The “Silent Executioner ” shall prevail.
              Thank you,Josco.
              I appreciate Greg Jarret s expose, but I will not be purchasing his book or the Judges.
              I will be buying Bongino s though.
              Remember folks JBSESSIONS was the only senator found to be free of corruption, in a very reliable study…. IMHO the most loyal of all the Pres men.

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            • lisabrqwc says:

              My thoughts exactly. I am with Sessions unless and until our President changes thing. There will be plenty of time to trash him if it ends up that way. I still think we will be heaping praises on the man, but I’m kind of a glass half full person 🙂

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            • WWDance says:

              I think Jeff Sessions is a good guy, playing a bad cop.

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            • GloriaA says:

              I share your sentiment focus on those who are corrupt. Sessions is a good man.

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        • EternalVigilanc3 says:

          “God Emperor” is from a game called Warhammer 40k. 🙂

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      • Brant says:

        I still think wait for day after election. Narrative seems to be shifting. No need to redirect focus at this point. If good election result, fire the lot the next day. If bad……it really won’t matter anyway. His best bet then will be to declassify everything.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Time already has told.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        It has? Huh, I didn’t hear about Sessions being fired!?!

        I need a linky sauce for that!

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      • As has Sessons’s character, which is lacking. He is worthless. You believe Trump or you don’t, apologists.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Harrydhuffman, I agree with you. Don’t know if your reply was meant for me, but I was replying to someone who suggested the possibility of ‘kabuki’ – aka multi d chess – re POTUS & Sessions, and maybe my comment was not clear, but I think time has told that it is NOT kabuki. That’s what I meant.

          I’m certainly not a Sessions apologist. Au contraire! I don’t subscribe to q-isms of ‘trust the plan’ and ‘trust sessions’ etc. A bunch of nonsense, it is. I believe in reality, and what we see is what’s going on, not magic and unseen unicorns and rainbows….

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        • Well, when are you going to stone up and put POTUS in the mix?

          Oh well. We’re doomed. Doomed I tell ya. I guess we need to start railing on POTUS, for he hasn’t fired Sessions yet, appointed him in the first place, and the nation is still in turmoil.

          Even after holding office for nearly 600 days! WTF?

          Feckless Trump!

          😀 lmao 😀

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    • Isman says:

      My fear is that Sessions has taken the position that he will not move forward with the Big Ugly this close to the mid-term elections.

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      • Isman says:

        Ziig, speaking to your Kabuki Theater comment: how can the Republican match the “broken glass Democrats” in election ferver? One way would be to continue to release and expose the FISA and Russian collusion crimes and have Sessions fail to act on them, all the while with the President blasting him for it.

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        • fightthepols says:

          This information HAS to be released. Most Americans don’t even know about it. It needs to be released in such a big way that the networks cannot ignore it. The President should get on the TV and read the names of the coup makers.

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  5. LibertyONE says:

    Pres. Trump MOAB ALERT……OCT.2018. All systems go. Exact date unconfirmed.

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  6. So James Wolfe is planning to subpoena the committee members? I think Sundance is right. Wolfe is planning to claim that he was only doing what he was told to do.

    Liked by 17 people

  7. White Apple says:

    The beautiful sound of canaries normally heard in the Spring, but this time in the Fall.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. Ditch Mitch says:

    Well well, yesterday Burr defended PDJT for yanking Comrade Brennen’s security clearance. Today Warner proposes an amendment to prevent PDJT from yanking clearances.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/08/wow-senate-intel-chairman-burr-defends-trump-slams-john-brennan-for-claiming-trump-colluded-with-russia/

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/08/corrupt-democrat-senator-mark-warner-to-introduce-amendment-to-block-trump-from-arbitrarily-revoking-security-clearances/

    And tonight SD posts the Burr interview and back story. SD showing your sense of humor with the picture and caption? I would add “Mark, your on your own”

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  9. geoffcsaltine says:

    The door has been cracked open, when it is flung wide open lots of people will be in real trouble.
    It will be a great day for America. Just a little bit longer. Keep up the prayers,it is a dangerous time for P. Trump.

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  10. wheatietoo says:

    So Burr is now going to cozy up to Pres Trump and try to be his new best friend?

    That will be nauseating.
    I hope PDJT tells him to get his shine box.

    Liked by 21 people

  11. Publius2016 says:

    Senate has sent out Miss Lindsey to run another counter attack using the promise of another Special Counsel…right? no thanks! Buh Bye! we already know the Coup is covered because Obama approved the operation and that the Insurance Plan was the planting of evidence…Vault 7 exposed the coup…NO MORE SPECIAL COUNSELS…Deep State Think Tank Black Ops only has terror left.

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  12. Publius2016 says:

    Dont fall for these liars…they want to come at President Trump again through wikileaks…whoever offers more Special Counsel is not a friend…End the Witchhunt!

    Liked by 11 people

  13. Dutchman says:

    THIS is why, even if your R Congressman is a lousy Rino, you need to vote for them, rather than staying home.
    With DJT 9-1, the political calculus is changing, hence gramnesties reversal, and this move as well.

    They are STILL lousy, no good UNIPARTY Rinos, but they are waking up to reality; they DON’T want DJT supporting a primary opponent, when they come up for re-election.

    Everyone is making this midterm about “”Trump”, haven’t heard, and I suspect we won’t hear, much of that old canard about “all politics is local”.

    A solid Red wave in November is going to send a clear message. We will see more R’s distancing themselves from the resistance, NOT cause they have changed positions, but out of enlightened self interest. So, while I would LOVE to see ALL MAGA candidates; if, for instance Mcsally (az,)gets the nod, I’ll regretfully vote for her.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      You are exactly correct. They can play all the obstructionist games they want in the Senate, but Trump will assassinate their political career. They know it, they’ve seen it happen with minimal effort on Trump’s part.

      Liked by 5 people

  14. Brant says:

    “…..acrimony on the house side…” Funny that. It’s just that Nunes is actually working to find things out and up against Schiff for brains and Burr/Warner are conjoined twins. One man’s acrimony is another man’s display of investigative integrity.

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  15. walt614 says:

    The sudden “clarity” for Burr reminds of 2 often used Qanon retorts:
    1) These people are Stupid
    2) We have Everything
    …and the black hats must be holding Warner’s privates hostage…
    because NOBODY’s THAT STUPID

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    • andy says:

      or Warner is directly implicated in the James Wolfe thing and Burr is not. questioning their stupidity not withstanding…

      Liked by 4 people

      • We the people know says:

        And Warner will never turn on Burr. Right? Right?

        (Oh, and Tom Tillis is a POS, too.)
        Is North Carolina a refuge of scoundrels? They should never come home. Unless, of course, they’d like to slither around in the Great Dismal Swamp!

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  16. PVCDroid says:

    Wow. After a full year of being very concerned for POTUS and thinking they were going to take him down, I finally see some light at the end of the tunnel. I can now hopefully sit back and enjoy this soap opera without biting my nails.

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    • Brant says:

      Yep, does seem nice recently. We have always said we need a few cracks in the dam and a few, “I’ve had enough” true honest folks. Well, though he is not honest and it was obviously blatantly self serving, Burr came out publicly, very publicly. It wasn’t page 7 few lines in some NC backwater 10 page village paper behind the obits. We don’t have to like him, but ends justify the means. At least for now, don’t look a gift horse in the mouth. We probably were hoping for a MAGA all the way Trump junior type. There aren’t any of those in the swamp. Ya takes what ya kin git.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      As long as Mueller SC exists he is a risk to thwarting Trump and MAGA. The longer Mueller goes on, the greater the risk to everyone who is in opposition to Trump. More and more information will come out into the public sphere so they can’t sweep it away even if they wanted to.

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  17. Troublemaker10 says:

    They should wrap their report up the girst of Sept, not the end if Sept. That puts them too close to midterms.

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      *first (not girst)

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    • fightthepols says:

      I called Burr’s office over a year ago complaining about his support of the investigation with the Senate Intelligence Committee and argued with his staffer for almost an hour. Staffer essentially kept saying, “oh yes there was Russian Collusion”. Burr was supporting the whole thing.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Burr is in the Gang of Eight intelligence so he knew what he was doing. And didn’t Brennan “brief” each one of them separately at the supposed onset?

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  18. hoghead says:

    These skonks all have large staffs. I wonder how many of them are needed to follow along behind their “Senatoahs” to wipe up the oil slicks they all leave. Whew.

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  19. King Arthur says:

    So Burr saw all of this from the start and was still gunning for Trump? He must be pretty stupid actually to have rolled this whole mess along this far. Did he not realize the truth and the redactions and memos would eventually pour out and Trump IS the Executive Branch that sees it all?! Help me understand this idiot’s motive….

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    • Brant says:

      Burr and the rest figured he would be gone by mid 2017 at the latest. I don’t know the exact date when they began to not sleep thru the night, but I think pretty recently. Didn’t the Stozk/Page testimonies contradict each other? If they were concerned before, maybe that confirmed it for them. Wasn’t it soon after those that Trump began to be a bit more name specific with his tweets?

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  20. Retired IG says:

    Looks like its time to stick a fork in it. “Is this meat or is it cake? No, it’s meat-cake (George Carlin).”
    But Burr, and the other anti-Trumper’s, one by one, appear to be abandoning the “mystery” ship of fools they have been sailing on for so long. Have the feeling that the strong wind blowing re MAGA will put our ship of state on course again. The tide is turning.

    “From the point of Light within the Mind of God
    Let light stream forth into the human minds
    Let Light Descend on Earth.

    From the point of Love within the Heart of God
    Let love stream forth into human hearts.
    May the Coming One return to Earth.

    From the center where the will of God is known
    Let Purpose guide the little human wills –
    The Purpose which the Disciples know and serve.

    From the centre which we call the human race
    Let the Plan of Love and Light work out.
    And may it seal the door where evil dwells.

    Let Light and Love and Power restore the Plan on Earth.”
    Alice Bailey
    Namaste (from my heart to yours).

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  21. Piggy says:

    Can’t let Burr and others off the hook. This stuff needs to end and people should be held accountable.

    Crimes should be punished. Jobs should be lost. Integrity should be rewarded.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Brant says:

      Reward integrity. If election goes well we keep house and (like maybe 5-6 seat Senate majority) and Beauregard is indeed asleep and not doing behind the scenes stuff, reward Nunes with DOJ and dare Senate not to confirm him.

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    • JX says:

      Sessions is running out the clock. People are fired and that’s the end of it. He allows a criminal conspiracy to be run out of his department. In my opinion he’s an evil man.

      Liked by 3 people

  22. 6x47 says:

    “Working with the panel’s top Democrat, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, Burr has so far managed to keep the investigation free from the extraordinary acrimony that has plagued work on the House side of the Capitol.”

    TRANSLATION: Nobody is pushing to get the truth, they’re conspiring to cover it up.

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  23. Nigella says:

    Too little too late

    Liked by 2 people

  24. All of the so called Special People at the top should never be allowed security privileges… my cousin worked directly below Gates for 25 years. He retired, and never looked back and never ever believed he would be granted something. Ever! He was raised right!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. sysconfig says:

    I wonder how much money Steele got from the PQG led by Feinsteins staffer even after he was dropped by the FBI . Seems it wasn’t Altruism and sense of Duty if the cash flow continued and he used Ohr as his pipeline to keep feeding disinfo..Thats like two workarounds the both Rogers blocking them and Comeys Firing..50 Million war chest. Explains Warners push to talk to Steele.

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  26. beachbum31 says:

    Lindsey Graham: It’s important to let Mueller continue investigation …
    Graham: If Trump goes after Mueller, it ‘could be the beginning of the …
    GOP Senator and Representative quotes supporting SC Mueller …
    Sen. Lindsey Graham: Russia probe looks like ‘criminal investigation’
    Graham believes Russia probe ‘considered a criminal investigation …
    Bipartisan group of senators moving to protect Robert Mueller’s job …
    Lindsey Graham issues dire warning to Trump about firing Robert
    Sen. Lindsey Graham: Trump firing Robert Mueller ‘probably’ would be …
    Sen. Lindsey Graham; Aww shucks Gomer, did you know I have never even sent an email…

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  27. rjcylon says:

    Hey Burr, I didn’t watch 400+ hours of CNN Russian collusion coverage for nothing. You guys convinced me we might even be technically at war with Russia. You told me Putin paid Trump money to steal the election from Hillary. All my antifa friends will lose their minds if they find out this was all made up. They don’t handle disappointment well.

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  28. andy says:

    i hope there is more like this very soon. pain all around

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  29. Burr and Warner, Deep Staters, never thought Mr. Trump would become POTUS. If I were POTUS I would declassify the entire kit and kibootle, expose the full mess to sunlight. Let the entire electorate know how corrupt our politicians and beaurocrats were and are still. Please POTUS do it. Let all of the Deep Staters go down in flames, regardless of party alignment.

    Liked by 5 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      Just think of the show we would miss if he declassified now.
      We are watching them all dig their own graves. 😉
      ‘Murica!
      #MAGA

      Liked by 3 people

    • TigerBear says:

      LOL I am thoroughly frustrated with the slow pace of it all….but as I get more and more informed (Thanks to Sundance) I have begun to relax a bit and enjoy the back pedaling and the word games those caught play. Patience will be a huge benefit and fortunately our President knows this and will time the establishment implosion accordingly. 🙂

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  30. TwoLaine says:

    Tom Fitton on all the corruption…

    Liked by 3 people

  31. iconoclast says:

    “since the investigation isn’t finished”

    Just like the Mueller investigation, once the investigation is finished, you can no longer defend hiding behind it. Once the investigation is finished, documents can’t be concealed and lies can’t be continued. That’s why Mueller continues his “investigation,” and that’s why the Senate Intelligence Committee continues its investigation. They’ve got people to protect, including themselves.

    But it’s coming out.

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  32. Dick_Turpin says:

    The Brit actor, Michael Sheen would be a good choice to play Steele in a movie of all this nonsense!
    One day a film will be made of this, or more than one, one version will be the truth and the other will be a Netflix left wing piece of fiction produced by Baz & Chelle!

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  33. Bavak says:

    Had they ever considered that Trump might just be telling the truth?

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  34. pnj01 says:

    I heard former Dem PA Congressman Justin Altmire on Fox last night (couldn’t find a clip) and he sounded surprisingly shamefaced about the impact the Russia Collusion lie will have on the Mid-Term Elections. He acknowledged that it could hurt even while trying to say that Ohr did nothing wrong. The emerging Dem story is that Ohr was just passing along something he heard from his friend Chrissie Steele. Hhmmm…but his wife Nellie paid Chris and Nellie was paid in turn by Hillary to pay Chris who was supposed to get the Russia Collusion Story around…to her Governmental big wig husband once his FBI connection was broken.

    Why was Ohr so critical post-11-8-16? Because the Dems and their Deep State conspirators had “cut out” Chris just before the Election “in the sure and certain hope of the Coming of President Hillary.” Why have Chris Steele around as a potential loose end? A funny thing happened on the way to her “breaking the glass ceiling of the Javits Center” though. POTUS WON AND SHE LOST. So, to keep the Russian Collusion Lie afloat, the flow of intelligence from Chris had to be renewed. Unfortunately, the FBI had cut him off in too final a way, so Brucie became the work around.

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  35. chuckyschmucky says:

    “Tell you what, Mr. President, let’s just drop this whole silly thing. We’ll stop investigating you if you promise to call of the dogs and move on from this. After all, we wouldn’t want to sully the reputation of the FBI, CIA and DOJ just because of a few rotten apples. It’s too important to national security.”

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  36. Bubby says:

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jul/3/senate-intel-backs-finding-russia-helped-trump/

    FTA “Congress’ leading probe into the Russian meddling issue released a summary of its initial findings on Tuesday, which concluded that the “overall judgments” made by the country’s leading intelligence agencies in January 2017 “were well-supported and the tradecraft was strong.”

    Is Senator Burr now disagreeing with his report? If he is trying to distance himself from the report it won’t work. He’s part of the problem the uniparty, Rino, Washington elite, deep stater and we know it and so does President Trump. His ass kissing now just won’t work. President Trump knows and remembers those that have trashed him but POTUS will do things by the book! Godspeed President Trump!

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  37. hillbilly4 says:

    I can think of no other site which takes the time to research news, ferret out the truth, nor provide the insight and analysis Sundance & CTH give to the people. I say its Pulitzer Prize time. And seeing as how the pundits will never see their way to award this…I say we have ‘The People’s Pulitzer Prize’ awarded to this site – for uncommon valor in a dangerous political world.
    Thanks to Sundance & the Whole Team. Peace be with you.

    Liked by 5 people

  38. Orson says:

    Whoa, talk about a “telegraph” in Trump’s tweet. First he mentions Ohr’s bank account getting fatter, then lists the violations of Federal Law to suggest corruption. Now, go back to his December 2017 Executive Order on Trafficking and Corruption…and how that Order allows confiscation and freezing of assets of the offender.

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  39. Rose says:

    I hope Burr and Warner go down in flames, they reek of corruption. The entire committee should be removed and investigated for corrupting it.

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Charles Martel says:

    Operation Dumbo Drop is in full swing it appears. This is my favorite part of the movie. Because it’s the part when all the cretinous bad guys start turning on each other. It’s like watching the Count of Monte Christo in real life…

    Man I wouldn’t want to be in the DOJ/FBI/CIA when these corrupt politicians start body slamming their DOJ/FBI/CIA toadies under the bus…I wonder if Feinstein is still serving Chinese food to the committee…? Tee hee…

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  41. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    RE: Jeff Sessions

    Please don’t consider my comments as a diss to those who disagree, because I too feel the despair we sometimes experience watching this elaborate sh!t-show come apart…think about the vast resources, coordination, process, and sweat that are involved in ONE LEGAL CASE and multiply that by THOUSANDS OR MORE and in the short timespan, as well as the ELABORATE CLOAKING IT REQUIRES TO KEEP ALL THAT UNDER WRAPS!!! Mueller and team have been after a handful of cases for over a year with proportionally superior numbers of lawyers PLUS political cover from every quarter/MSM/Donkey apparatchiks….NO COMPARISON TO SESSION’S JOB AT HAND…AG Sessions needs all the support he can muster because that crap hes in now is in a deepfreezer compared to the heat he will endure when the KRAKEN IS RELEASED. His recusing himself is the ONLY COVER HE HAS RIGHT NOW, so please bear that in mind AND CUT THE DUDE SOME SLACK!

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  42. JX says:

    Four months ago today on April 18, 2018 Congress made the following referrals. No action has been taken.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  43. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    No matter how obvious and self-serving, never underestimate a politician doing a 180….and getting reelected.

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