Rep Jim Jordan Discusses Revelations Within Bruce Ohr Testimony…

Jim Jordan appears with Martha MacCallum for a discussion about DOJ official Bruce Ohr testifying to a joint session of congress:

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Presiding FISA Court Judge Rosemary Collyer

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307 Responses to Rep Jim Jordan Discusses Revelations Within Bruce Ohr Testimony…

  1. iconoclast says:

    Let’s roll. It’s way past time.

    Liked by 23 people

    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      “DAMMIT JIM !!! I’m a TRAITOR. Not a public servant”

      Liked by 16 people

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      No, it really isn’t.

      PDJT has demonstrated again and again and again ad nauseum that he has preternatural timing. And he is in full control of everything. GLOBALLY. His most recent victory has effectively made Twinkle Socks-Wandering Eyebrow and Madam Canukle-head Wideload his personal biotches up in Canada.

      That’s nothing compared to the humiliation and defeat coming to the Democrats, Mueller, and the rest of the Big Ugly cabal.

      You can take out a 2nd mortgage and bet the farm with it.

      Liked by 49 people

      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Hit that one about 750, FGaC.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Phil says:

        Nice to see a fellow Treeper here.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Apollo says:

        The clock is ticking. The midterms are the absolute deadline for this—if we want to avoid the Blue Wave coming true, the corruption of the Uniparty MUST be exposed and *confirmed for the average voter vis indictments and arrests* prior to then.

        It’s not necessarily too late. But the time when it will he is fast approach. The statute of limitations has already expired on a number of Obama abuses and that will only increase too as time goes on.

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        • OSP says:

          SOL on Conspiracy is different

          Liked by 1 person

        • SalixVeridi says:

          There should be NO statues of limitations on Hillary Rotten Clinton, the source of this travesty of injustice.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Let's Roll says:

          Read about Fraud to the Court.

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        • chojun says:

          I understand your concerns about the blue wave, but I don’t believe that the blue wave will be a thing. I think it’s possible that the Dems will make marginal progress in the House (if at all) but lose ground in the Senate. Trump sucked all the air out of the middle ground in the political arena – forcing everyone to either the left or right and the blue team went *hard left*.

          Trump and Sessions appear to be going *by the book* on the investigations into the Deep State. If they drop the hammer before the election then it will surely be seen as political by some and especially by the media.

          Don’t forget that a huge portion of the population have no idea any of this conspiracy is going on or has gone on and when Sessions steps up to the podium and starts announcing indictments of some very well-known current and former heads of various agencies, it’s going to hit the news cycle HARD.

          Of course, I think it’s also possible that Trump’s cold anger is going to become hot at some point and it could be before the midterms. I think ultimately we really don’t know the timing on any of this.

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        • Rock Knutne says:

          Hahaha… blue wave.

          Like the Yeti or the Loch Ness monster.

          Liked by 2 people

        • dagnyshrug says:

          I’m not sure the mid-terms will be as influenced by this as some think. The average voter won’t be aware of most of this, nor what it means for our Republic. They aren’t paying attention and nothing short of wall to wall coverage of multiple perp-walks within the same week will get their attention. We know neither will happen.

          Some of us, especially on this forum, have long term relationships with The Truth, so we might assume the general public knows more than it does. Like trying to teach calculus to a first grader, they won’t be able to grasp the gravity of the take-away because they have little understanding of the multiple steps in-between.

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          • AH_C says:

            The “average” voter also doesn’t go out and vote midterms and off-cycle elections.

            Don’t drink the blue wave koolaid, but don’t discount it’s effect on the addled left.

            Liked by 1 person

            • dagnyshrug says:

              I don’t think there’s a significant blue wave, but we all must vote like there is one. If the “average” voter was more aware of all that is happening, they might be more likely to vote.

              Liked by 2 people

      • Lemmy says:

        Remember all the doubters during the campaign: “but, but, but Trump is not a conservative.” Since he wasn’t a politician he didn’t go around bragging “I’m a conservative” like most of the others on that stage that he defeated. And as it turns out, he has flushed most of them out as being CINOs, along with countless other establishment RINOs. When the crowd cheered something Jeb! said and Trump said something like “Hey, there’s all your special interests cheering”, he was right on the money as usual. He also got the MSM to fund his campaign while they thought they were destroying him. I have come to learn that his Tweets, no matter how outrageous they seem at time, always have a purpose, usually to flush out another corrupt politician, CEO, or even an entire government regime. He continues to get all the criminals, traitors, liars, and on-the-take scumbags to hang themselves and even provide evidence against themselves on a daily basis. He didn’t just win against Hillary. He won against RINOs, the entire MSM, foreign leaders and countries, all living former presidents (who knew he could get them to wear a sign around their necks that says ‘proud member of the uniparty’), silicon valley and social media, and a number of other dark forces aligned against him. All this while smiling, having fun, and outworking anybody on the planet. Oh, and, this is crazy but HE KEEPS HIS PROMISES.

        PDJT is truly a very stable genius who cares deeply for the people and I thank God every day for him. It will be time to say “Let’s roll” when he says it’s time. And he will probably Tweet it!

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        • Reloader says:

          A Great Post.

          As you explain … I don’t think we really yet know how Brilliant Donald Trump is. It’s like being the Most Powerful Man in the world, with the Most COMPLEX Job, is just a small hobby for him … effortless … far beneath his ability. Just AMAZING.

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        • Jederman says:

          “He continues to get all the criminals, traitors, liars, and on-the-take scumbags to hang themselves and even provide evidence against themselves on a daily basis.”

          Until they’re in jail, or actually do hang themselves, nobody is “got.” If PTrump is the legendary “closer” he’s purported to be then they will get got.

          Trump’s best move would be to keep grinding on them while simultaneously setting up some sort of enduring, untouchable mechanism to continue draining the swamp after he’s out of office.

          The scale of the problem is so large, the resistance is so deep that it’s beyond two terms, and of course will all be reversed if a dem or squish is elected after him.

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          • Lemmy says:

            Agree. There are around 45,000 federal sealed indictments right now (normal is 1,000) so I’m hopeful.

            Liked by 3 people

          • Louis Genevie says:

            Trump knows that the chances of convicting any of these criminals in a DC court is near 0. The best we can hope for is that they are flushed out of the government and down the sewer with the rest of the poo.

            Liked by 2 people

            • AH_C says:

              Enter Huber.

              Google “Grassley letter to AG/DAG requesting Special Counsel on 15 March 2018”

              Footnote #5 See 28 C.F.R. § 600 et seq.; lf you determine that a special counsel appointment would not be necessary or appropriate under the Department’s regulations, we urge you to designate a disinterested U.S. Attorney or other Justice Departnent prosecutor with no actual or apparent conflicts to work cooperatively with the Inspector General in his review and ensure that he has access to grand jury process and other prosecutorial tools necessary to guarantee a thorough, complete, and independent review in which the public can have total confidence.

              Bruce Ohr interview dates based on the FD-302s:
              Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 11/22/16) by FBI under Hussein
              Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 12/05/16) by FBI under Hussein
              Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 12/12/16) by FBI under Hussein
              Ohr FD-302 12/27/16 (interview date 12/20/16) by FBI under Hussein
              Ohr FD-302 01/27/17 (interview date 01/27/17) James Comey under Trump
              Ohr FD-302 01/31/17 (interview date 01/23/17) James Comey under Trump
              Ohr FD-302 01/27/17 (interview date 07/25/17) James Comey under Trump
              Ohr FD-302 02/08/17 (interview date 02/06/17) James Comey & IG Horowitz under Trump
              Ohr FD-302 02/15/17 (interview date 02/14/17) James Comey & IG Horowitz under Trump
              Ohr FD-302 05/10/17 (interview date 05/08/17) Rod Rosenstein under Trump (1-DAY PRIOR TO JC FIRING)
              Ohr FD-302 05/12/17 (interview date 05/12/17) IG Horowitz under Trump
              Ohr FD-302 05/16/17 (interview date 05/15/17) IG Horowitz under Trump

              Here’s a Q marker and bonus:
              Meetings Not Yet Released [+ 7] with Huber & IG

              Now we just have to wait for more info on the remaining 7. This is why Bruce can now be interviewed by Congress because Huber has what he needs.

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          • dd_sc says:

            Just cleaning out DOJ/FBI of the Clintonistas will go a long way in continuing to drain the swamp after he leaves office.

            Liked by 2 people

          • Rock Knutne says:

            I agree with your last paragraph. The problems are yuuuuge.

            I firmly believe we elected a man that is truly capable of handling that job.

            Liked by 2 people

        • AH_C says:

          He’ll tweet “My fellow Americans, the storm is upon us…” That will be when all heck breaks loose.

          Liked by 1 person

          • dagnyshrug says:

            All heck will break loose when Republicans are still the majority after the mid-terms. Once that hope is dashed the “resistance” will go for broke.

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      • petey says:

        I said it before and I ll say again….when Rodgers in 2016 met with DJT and told him about the surveillance. DJT scooped up all the info on what was happening, which is why congess reauthorized the law permitting the surveillance. he s using the same tools used against him. He throw s out these for lack of a better term ‘bon mots” and the lefties turn themselves inside out denying them, then DJT releases what he has on them. my bet is we get thru the midterms and he drops the MOAB on the cabal , if he does that now the dems get unified behind their toadstools. The dribbling out of background info is just killing the dems. the latest about the Chicoms and hillary and feinstein is not a mistake. It is the chinese water torture…..drip drip drip drip

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      • Payday says:

        Canuckle-head Wideload… LOL!!

        Liked by 2 people

      • Cynthia says:

        I like the way you think!

        Like

    • Jedi9 says:

      Is one of those Jimmy Swaggart Moments?

      Liked by 1 person

    • MelH says:

      If rolling depends on Judge Collyer, wouldn’t she rather sweep it under the carpet? Four times, Judges signed the Fisas without questioning anything. That says as much about the judges as the perps, doesn’t it? Wouldn’t Collyer hesitate to call out her cohorts?

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      • dd_sc says:

        Perhaps, but it says as much about the FISA court being a rubber stamp as it does about corruption. If these judges have been implicated and humiliated by the FBI they may just be waiting for the opportunity for some pay back – but, as always, the process has to play out. That’s the frustrating part.

        Liked by 6 people

      • The answer of course is yes. Justice Roberts should force her to recuse herself, appoint an impartial judge in her place, and then subpoena her as a witness.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Doug says:

        Bet she is humiliated but Ohr said one of the FISA judges was in on it.

        Liked by 2 people

      • neal s says:

        I thought Judge Collyer was one of the good ones. She authored the 99 page ruling that detailed various fisa abuses.
        https://www.dni.gov/files/documents/icotr/51117/2016_Cert_FISC_Memo_Opin_Order_Apr_2017.pdf

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        • AH_C says:

          True. Sometimes a situation requires a certain turn of events before one can speak up. Collyer might be in a position where she could write her ruling but she can’t call out the corrupt just yet. Rule of law and all that. Anyhoo, I’m trusting the plan, so we’ll see how this aspect plays out over the next couple of weeks.

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        • MelH says:

          But she didn’t DO anything about it now, did she?

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      • Louis Genevie says:

        Check out the very hostile finding from the FISA court related to the use of classified information by unnamed “contractors”. This is how the manipulation of the FISA law began — i.e. by allowing contractors (like FusionGPS) to gather data on any American they wanted and then funnel it to the crooked DOJ/FBI/CIA/NSA as the agencies were prevented by law from doing this. The Court called the DOJ on this illegal activity and accepted the BS “we didn’t mean to do it” explanation. Then came all the unmaskings. Since the Obama DOJ/FBI/CIA/NSA could not spy on Trump and other political opponents directly anymore, given the clear Court order, they started the phony unmaskings to get the information they wanted. All involved need to have their security clearances revoked and publically shamed.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Watergate is not okay, even when Democrats do it.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Let's Roll says:

      First things first.

      1. Kavanaugh confirmed to Supreme Court.
      2. President Trump lets the documents tell the story. The Master of Winning, “…you come back at them twice as strong..”

      Liked by 2 people

  2. ForGodandCountry says:

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  3. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    No time to add the “Come Out, It Will” meme this evening?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Time to shift to;

      “Come out, it IS!”, methinks,..

      Liked by 15 people

      • Donzo says:

        It depends upon what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.
        I sure this isn’t it.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Donzo says:

          I sure hope this isn’t all there is ( to bringing down these rats)

          Liked by 1 person

          • Mark McQueen says:

            The FISA warrant IS the foundation. Take it out and it all crumbles.

            Liked by 7 people

          • De Oppresso Liber says:

            Exposing the fraud perpetrated upon the FISC is crucial because it is irrefutable; it exposes them all as liars, and most likely TRAITORS. Then, their defense that ‘they’re really Patriots, and are doing all of this for the good of the country’, falls apart…..no one will then believe their other lies in individual prosecutions.

            Liked by 6 people

            • mortgagesforthemasses says:

              Find the cash, and you can bet their was lots of payments and graft, and “for the good of the country “ will be laughed out of the trial court.

              The Clintons are a crime family in the center of a vast criminal enterprise masquerading as world government.

              Liked by 4 people

              • Kris Langley says:

                Why need to offer cash when they can simply say “That’s a nice (husband, wife, child, etc.) that you’ve got there. It’d be a d_mned shame if something unfortunate happened to them.”?

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              • De Oppresso Liber says:

                Sadly, I learned in early November 2016, that at least 60(+) Million Americans are a combination of good-hearted but easily manipulated, decent people, and thoroughly indoctrinated, radical, revolutionary extremists. plus a smattering of mentally deficient, ignorant boobs. We MUST abolish the federal DOE, return control of the public schools back to the states, fund them through block grants, and also ABOLISH ALL federal workers unions, especially the TEACHERS UNION. Combined with the 5th column, domestic enemy, democrat PRAVDA, media estate, the federal “educators” have brainwashed literally millions of Americans. We are in a fight for the soul of America……a fight we must win.

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          • Apollo says:

            Frankly if this is the “is”, we’re screwed.

            The “is” needs to include arrests and indictments, not just information dribbles that the MSM can safely ignore because none of their corrupt idols are going to jail.

            Liked by 4 people

            • Louis Genevie says:

              Where do you expect those indicted for crimes committed in DC to be tried? Do you know what the jury pool is like there? No way there would be any convictions.

              Liked by 1 person

    • Phillie_fan62 says:

      I hope you’re correct! But I’d like to know WHY Huber hasn’t interviewed any of these key people. It bothers me to no end knowing all the dirty deeds these people have done, yet none of them has been interviewed by the Obama appointed Huber! The question was brought up on Hannity last night by DeGenovas wife Gloria Toensing and the night before that by Degenova himself. They both found it very odd that if there’s an investigation going on behind the scenes that none of the party’s involved have been brought in as yet!
      I’ve heard the Huber name brought up on Fox for the first time in the last week.

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      • Payday says:

        Very simple answer. That’s their intent.

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      • mortgagesforthemasses says:

        How do you know Huber never interviewed these people? Unlike the BHO DOJ, the Sessions’ DOJ seems to be leak tight for the last year. We’ll find out later who got swept up in the leak investigations l.

        Timing is everything, thus the slow drip. The corruption is too big to sweep under the rug, and the President is going to destroy the cabal’s evil world. You don’t screw around with DJT without receiving massive retaliation. Forgiveness is not in the cards for these traitors.

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      • AH_C says:

        Huber has been “around” since April when Sessions told us in a presser.

        if you’ll refer to Grassley’s letter to AG/DAG requesting Special Counsel on 15 March 2019
        (https://themarketswork.com/2018/03/18/grassleys-letter-to-the-inspector-general/)

        Footnote #5 See 28 C.F.R. § 600 et seq.; lf you determine that a special counsel appointment would not be necessary or appropriate under the Department’s regulations, we urge you to designate a disinterested U.S. Attorney or other Justice Department prosecutor with no actual or apparent conflicts to work cooperatively with the Inspector General in his review and ensure that he has access to grand jury process and other prosecutorial tools necessary to guarantee a thorough, complete, and independent review in which the public can have total confidence.

        Bruce Ohr interview dates based on the FD-302s:
        Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 11/22/16) by FBI under Hussein
        Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 12/05/16) by FBI under Hussein
        Ohr FD-302 12/19/16 (interview date 12/12/16) by FBI under Hussein
        Ohr FD-302 12/27/16 (interview date 12/20/16) by FBI under Hussein
        Ohr FD-302 01/27/17 (interview date 01/27/17) James Comey under Trump
        Ohr FD-302 01/31/17 (interview date 01/23/17) James Comey under Trump
        Ohr FD-302 01/27/17 (interview date 07/25/17) James Comey under Trump
        Ohr FD-302 02/08/17 (interview date 02/06/17) James Comey & IG Horowitz under Trump
        Ohr FD-302 02/15/17 (interview date 02/14/17) James Comey & IG Horowitz under Trump
        Ohr FD-302 05/10/17 (interview date 05/08/17) Rod Rosenstein under Trump (1-DAY PRIOR TO JC FIRING)
        Ohr FD-302 05/12/17 (interview date 05/12/17) IG Horowitz under Trump
        Ohr FD-302 05/16/17 (interview date 05/15/17) IG Horowitz under Trump

        Here’s a Q marker and bonus:
        Meetings Not Yet Released [+ 7] with Huber & IG

        Now we just have to wait for more info on the remaining 7. This is why Bruce can now be interviewed by Congress because Huber has what he needs.

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  4. SR says:

    PTrump mentioned SOTUS to look fisa. I hope it’s all set to go. PTrump generally never open cards until it’s good to go.

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    • Dutchman says:

      He certainly “knows when to hold em, fold em, walk away and run”,..

      He ain’t runnin, seems like he’s calling.

      With what’s slow rolled out, over the last year and half (the big ugly) vs. Nothingburger after nothingburger Mueller holding, pretty easy to see who’s holding all the cards.

      Looks like he MAY be getting involved,…

      Liked by 17 people

      • ForGodandCountry says:

        Labor Day weekend coming up….about 9 weeks to the Nov. election.

        Safe to say it’s time to move into the bunkers and put your goggles on. POTUS MOABs incoming!!

        Liked by 12 people

    • Doug says:

      i THINK HE’S WAITING TILL KAVANAUGH IS SEATED THEN it’ll be SHTF TIME

      Liked by 6 people

      • josco scott says:

        Could be….

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      • beach lover says:

        Victoria Toensing was on Lou Dobbs last night, and he said he wanted PDJT to fire Sessions and RR now. She replied… no… not yet. Get Kavanaugh in there first, and after the election, it’s time. Don’t do anything to chance getting Kavanaugh caught up in this mess.

        Liked by 6 people

        • cattastrophe says:

          We’ve waited this long I don’t know why anyone wants some kind of big legal ta do right before mid-terms. President Trump is rightfully concentrating on the upcoming election. Has anyone noticed his tweets don’t usually mean immediate action but are laying the groundwork for actions to come.

          Liked by 2 people

      • PS says:

        Cue the non stop beating of the drum of K’s recusal after that…

        Liked by 2 people

      • Louis Genevie says:

        Exactly what I’ve been thinking. We need BK seated for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is the potential POTUS subpoena from Mueller.

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  5. G. Alistar says:

    Wonder what Comey has to say about a higher loyalty now? Hillary? Obama and a plethora of other “dirty cops?” Just when you think I cannot get more corrupt. Appaling to say the least is the B.S. comments by Cummings and other dem congressmen. Are they really ignorant of this outrageous corruption or perhaps blinded by their hatred of the POTUS? Either way….complicit in the corruption, like CNN.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Dick_Turpin says:

      Comey’s higher loyalty is only to the Cabal

      Liked by 1 person

      • Cyber says:

        Right. They love their little word games.For Comey, there is a higher loyalty than that which he pledged in his oath of office. His higher principles than working for the American people and being loyal to those we elect to lead us.

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    • dd_sc says:

      Not ignorant, complicit. Cummings was a key player in the IRS scandal. If people are actually indicted and convicted for this coup against Trump, the weaponized bureaucracy could unravel big time and take several Congress critters with them. They need to constantly blow chaff and counter measures.

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    • mortgagesforthemasses says:

      Cummings is a Democrat plantation house ni@@er. He will do as the masters commands . I suspect he has been compromised for a very long time. That seems to be a precondition to join the CB caucus.
      .

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      • Ginny says:

        Yep about Cummings. You have to only look at the District he is supposed to be over in Baltimore City. Been a sewer for as long as he has been in office, WHY?

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  6. Ken says:

    I can’t believe that Judge Collyer or whatever judge was lied to hasn’t pulled all those characters back into court and thrown them in jail for contempt or something.

    Liked by 21 people

  7. PaulM says:

    “The Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court is in charge of the FISA court.”
    I’ve never been comfortable with Roberts. He facilitated obamacare and he sits like a girly boy, just like Justin.

    Liked by 17 people

  8. fleporeblog says:

    I absolutely LOVE Rep. Jim Jordan! Bruce Ohr looked like Death 💀. If you think he is laying around and enjoying his life, his hair, weight loss and fear on his face tells you the truth. The man’s body is being eaten alive from the inside. He isn’t eating or sleeping much. Ole Bruce is about ready to spill all the beans so that he can spend the rest of his miserable life in prison. Right now his prison is in his mind!

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    • Dutchman says:

      Prison is not the worst of it. Imagination can be a TERRIBLE thing, at a time like this.
      At some point “Oh, my God, they could charge us with TREASON. I could HANG for this!” occurs to each of them.

      Then, start the DREAMS, if being led up the 13 steps, they feel the itchyness of the hemp, hear the snap of the trap door, feeling themselves choking,….

      And wake up screaming!

      That’s why I am patient and not bothered that they are all still ‘walking around’,….cause they gotta try and sleep at nite, …

      Liked by 10 people

      • JasonD says:

        Yeah, we were talking about this just the other day, and now we see evidence in Ohr’s appearance that we were “on the money”. Sucks to be a “coupist” these days. So far removed from those heady days when they were sneering at us “Deplorables”.

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Be nice to traitors and let them choose:
        a) Firing squad
        b) Guillotine
        c) Nearest Tree

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        • cali says:

          @Ditch Mitch: A military tribunal is already activated and most likely the first case of treason was just adjudicated = no name aka John McCain.

          He did NOT depart on his term based on his fake and fabricated brain tumor spiel. No it was his attempt to evade justice using brain cancer as an excuse for his treason in and during election lasting into the presidency of DT.

          No McCain was forced into the unthinkable accepting his fate while being pissed off ’til the end. Everything else like the funeral is nothing but optics. He did not get the honor of being buried at Arlington. That is for patriots only.

          He was no patriot – he was a traitor until his last breath!

          Liked by 6 people

        • FanGirl says:

          I pick a dry electrocution

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      • Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.

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      • Lefty says:

        Sedition maybe, but sadly I don’t think treason charges are on the table for any of these guys.
        Pretty sure treason charges require us to be at war with someone and the traitors would have to give some type of aid or benefit to the foreign power. (while we are at war with them) None of that applies to what this was. This was a seditious soft coup. These are seditionists, not traitors.

        18 U.S. Code § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy

        If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.

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        • Apollo says:

          This is correct. Every time I see “treason” and all these vivid death penalty fantasies on CTH I have to roll my eyes a bit. Even best-case, none of that is going to happen.

          What is really strange is that the LARPing seems to come from the same crowd who firmly believes that Jeff Sessions and his team are faithfully hunting down the corrupt UniParty, against all evidence to the contrary. We’ve yet to see a single significant arrest or charge, we’ve seen MANY either completely let off or granted immunity (the Awans, the Podestas)… and yet somehow people believe—against all reasons and evidence—executions are coming.

          At this point we’ll be lucky if a few significant players get short-ish jail terms, I’m sorry to say. But even that would require Sessions to DO SOMETHING, which seems to be asking too much.

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          • dd_sc says:

            True.

            But keep in mind, the Rosenbergs were convicted of espionage and still executed. Although the judge cited the Korean War and Cold War as part of his justification for execution.

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            So Apollo,
            Do the December 21 EO and the March 1 announcement of Military coutt reform signal anything to You?

            You are underestimating the determination of this president who was the target of a Coup.

            There is abundant information that the ground is being prepared for action, if you care to look at it.

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          • mortgagesforthemasses says:

            Think of the Rosenberg and Hillary selling state secrets. What is the difference? How many people have died because of her. How badly has US security been compromised?

            I believe a case for capital punishment could be made. She truly deserves it.

            Liked by 4 people

          • Trump Train says:

            Obama and his crew hands down committed treason by enabling, funding and providing comfort to terrorist fighting us in the “Global War on Terror”

            Liked by 2 people

          • dawg says:

            Yaaaaaaawwwnn. Think critically, not emotionally.

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      • dd_sc says:

        Add to that: “Deep State may need to silence me before I testify further.”

        Some seriously stressed out individuals in the coffee shops around DC.

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      • cattastrophe says:

        In this day and time none of them fear death for being traitors. We’ve lost the will to give those who betray America the justice they deserve. I think most of them are trying to see how short a sentence they can get in a federal country club prison. The fear of real reprisal for what they’ve done is no longer a deterrent since the reprisal is no deterrent at all. They still have their life and what illicit money they’ve managed to accumulate probably even a government retirement fund.

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    • Rodney Short says:

      The answer Ohr is lookin for could be on the night stand.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      I’m with you, Flep.
      I would love to have watched the little commie testify, and wish I could have crossed him with some choice questions. I’d love to know if he ever met with McDonnough, Obumbles chief of staff?

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    • iwasthere says:

      Why not give him immunity for giving us all the rest of the group? I swear the R’s don’t know how to play this game.

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    • PS says:

      Think of the circles he and his wifre travel in, and mix in that he knows he’s the weakest link. He’s probably up every night watching that Clapper/Brennan don’t send a goon to wet works his family.

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    • Phillie_fan62 says:

      His two choices are what’s eating at him. Going to jail for a long time or Arkancide! Not where you want to be mentally. The jail thing might be the best option, and by spilling the beans he might get some leniency possibly. But if it is jail? Just remember McDougle. He had an unfortunate death in custody.

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    • Covadonga says:

      re: “being eaten alive from the inside”

      Bruce might not be thinking just about federal prosecutors and prison time.

      There are people on the dark side of the fight who could do things worse to him and to Nelson than anything anyone on our side would do. Think Skripal and daughter, and then the strange case of the seemingly unrelated English fatalities done in by the same drug.

      His lovely wife Nelson is a Red. Bruce himself may well be one too. If they are working as partners for one of Putin’s agencies, or for the Chinese for that matter, the penalties for betraying their true masters are a harsher, more certain, and a heck of a lot more sudden than betraying the United States.

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      • Covadonga says:

        end of last sentence should read: *than for betraying the United States.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        They both did it too themselves!

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      • V says:

        Ironic if Ohr and Steele were conspiring to do in Skripal. Karma.

        6-28-18 Skripal – Steele – Dossier – Orbis – Pablo Miller connection
        https://spectator.org/big-dots-do-they-connect/

        Picture of “OUR GUY” messages

        27 Jan 2017 – Steele – “Our guy’s OK for the time being but I would like to keep our channel open on him and his situation if that’s all right? …”

        27 Jan 2017 – Bruce Ohr – “Understand. We will be available if needed. Just or [sic] me know.”

        31 Jan 2017 – Steele – “…Just wanted to check you are OK, still in situ and able to help locally as discussed, along with your Bureau colleagues, with our guy if the need arises?…”

        31 Jan 2017 – Bruce Ohr – “…I’m still here and able to help as discussed….”

        31 Jan 2017 – Steele – “…We can’t allow our guy to be forced to go back home. It would be disastrous all round, though his position right now looks stable….”

        __________

        4 March 2018 – Skripal and daughter attacked with dose of the nerve agent Novichok – would the Russians really be so stupid to use such obvious “Russian” fingerprints?

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  9. Mark McQueen says:

    Just how much “fruit of the poisoned tree” are we looking at here? Any intelligence gathered on anyone as a result of the FISA warrant and any action taken as a result is null and void.

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    • Dutchman says:

      6 ways from Sunday, EVERYTHING from the S.C. investigation is forbidden fruit. Everything
      There are multiple ways that it is unconstitutional, and multiple felonies, with an additional charge of “conspiracy to” in each one.

      Even without treason and the rope, someone like our is looking at 100’s of years. He’s toast, and he knows it.

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      • JasonD says:

        Irony galore! Whilst plotting to charge DJT with “collusion” they were in fact making that very case against themselves. This truly showcases that Biblical warning – “Judge not lest ye be so Judged”

        As I said before, archetypal times indeed. Orwell is smiling quietly to himself somewhere “out there”

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        I’m with you, Dutch.
        That’s why I think Mulehead is both toast and a distraction of some sort, as he was brought in to insure PDJT’s impeachment and has long since been exposed. He is a fly caught in amber.

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      • Some Old Guy says:

        You forgot confidential leaks. I predict they’ll be coming fast and furious. Yes I know they shouldn’t but rule abiding behavior went out the window long ago.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Lets not forget that in trying to make excuses for the lack of a criminal basis for the SC investigation, they deemed it a counterintelligence investigation. There’s your direct link to FISA and Carter Page,

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    • Elle says:

      ” Any intelligence gathered on anyone as a result of the FISA warrant and any action taken as a result is null and void.”

      That doesn’t necessarily seem like a good thing to me and has been my concern all along. I suppose it still leaves open the punishment of those who abused the FISA warrants, separate of what intelligence was gained from them.

      But then again, it may explain why they didn’t examine the laptop and all of the emails,,, YET.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        If you mean the Wiener laptop, that is not connected to this. What would be is the entire FBI “counterintelligence operation” prior to and after it was handed off to Mueller. Nullifying the warrant nullifies Mueller. Those that defrauded the FISC committed separate crimes.

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        • Elle says:

          That is certainly convenient, since most of the “poison fruit” is on Trump and his family and associates. But Mueller had to know that the information he was obtaining was indemnifying Trump and associates AGAINST the “insurance policy”,.

          It seems to be common opinion that,Mueller IS a crooked cop. Did they have enough on Mueller to flip him (dance monkey) that he would use his show trial to make all the evidence against Trump and others (as needed) useless while the real investigators did the parallel investigation? Or did they just know how Mueller operates and allowed him to act accordingly?

          What’s happening with Lanny Davis right now, (throwing CNN under the bus and walking back his Cohen statements), almost seems like Lanny suddenly saw things in a brand new bright light and he realized he might want to be a bit more cooperative.

          It’s becoming more and more clear that all is not as it seems. Not everyone in the FBI is corrupt and many of the non-corrupt would know how to do an organized crime investigation from the inside.

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  10. JX says:

    I’m supposed to care what Maddow thinks or says? You shred your own credibility with that garbage, McCallum.

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    • steph_gray says:

      What really struck me about Maddow is that she was taking pretty much exactly the tack that Dan Bongino predicted a couple of days ago would be the next page of the yellowstream playbook: screeching that the DOJ can’t afford to lose these corruptocrats because it would somehow degrade the quality of our intelligence. Ha ha!

      IMHO cleaning out all these scum can only improve everything.

      And Dan certainly read the crystal ball pretty well on that one.

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      • JasonD says:

        C’mon Seth, of course Maddow was correct. It is precisely because they degrade our intelligence that we HAVE to remove them!

        Sorry, just having some fun. 🙂

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        good point steph. Dan is the Man, knows his stuff. That was funny the “can’t afford to lose Ohr bit. Can’t afford to lose McGahn either not that he was bad just time for change and both PDJT and McGahn agreed.

        Maybe the dims in congress should pass a law saying PDJT can’t fire anyone.

        BTW, Martha is a lib bobble head as others pointed out. Lots of time wasted before Jordan took out all her questions and comments.

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        • anniefannie says:

          Wish they would replace Martha with Harris Faulkner. Now that’s one smart cookie and she knows how to ask tough questions and isn’t intimidated easily! Only problem would be that there would be a 7 o’clock dilemma—Lou or Harris?? 🏆either way!

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          • dd_sc says:

            They invented TiVo for that dilemma.

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          • Ditch Mitch says:

            Annie, after responding to Sylvia above I started thinking of a list of good/great female talk show hosts. Thanks for reminding me of Harris she is great. Harris can’t shine on the Outnumered’s crowded stage but she does have her own show Outnumered Overtime.

            Ok now for the short list:
            FBN
            Maria
            Melissa Frances
            Elizabeth McDonald
            FNN
            Harris

            If I missed anyone’s favorite it’s probably because I don’t watch them enough.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        OTOH, maybe Madcow is so lamebrained that she can’t come up with her own plan and upon hearing Dan’s plan she just grabbed it and used it. Maybe Dan should stop dishing out plans to the lamebrained.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Martha’s fault. I have not watched Martha since she got her own show. Pretty face. msm airhead. Start off with can’t lose McGahn and his roll in the Russia probe, add a little crackpot Maddow, back to concern over losing McGahn.

      Jordan moves on, “15-16 months and not one bit of evidence”
      Martha’s penetrating comment, “well we haven’t seen the report yet so we really don’t know what [Mule Paddy} has yet.” Martha is pushing the narrative.
      Jordan slapped back the last 2 questions. That was fun to listen to.

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    • imkittymyers says:

      I’m not a fan of Martha MacCallum.

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      • Jake says:

        Nope, don’t watch her. Quit watching FOX a while back. Much better info on the internet. Sundance is always months ahead of the pundits on FOX. Remember Ralph the Malph Peters was a FOX regular for quite a while. He’s been finally exposed as a true nut case. There are others that will be too.

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  11. Mightymustardseed says:

    The hearings, the strategic witnesses, the part they played, all chosen in perfect timing. VSG PDJT’s outraged responses… Watching the ‘artist’ revealing the whole rotten ‘deal’. We’re getting to the good part!

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  12. ForGodandCountry says:

    Can someone please tell my why in the good Lord’s name would Jim Jordan care a single iota what Screaching Maddow thinks about anything??

    It’s like this woman was trying to audition for a job with BSNBC. Geez.

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  13. SR says:

    I am hoping some moab after new SOTUS vote.it seems Mueller is not finishing his report around Labor Day as Rudy was hoping.

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    • JasonD says:

      I don’t think Mueller’s gonna finish anything until its finished FOR him. They have no choice but to play this out to the very end. The will weasel away until POTUS delivers the coup de grace.

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      • V says:

        Mueller and Rosenstein had the opportunity to end the witch hunt last month with the phony indictment of 12 GRU Russian officials and bow out gracefully, but no, they’re too stupid and too arrogant.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      I took Rudy’s statements more like “no later than mid-September”. Oh, and also: “there is a lot that the American people don’t know.”

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      • gda says:

        And “it’s going to take a year or two to clean this up”. (Paraphrasing)

        In regard to the emphasis being placed on the “fact” that “Ohr hasn’t talked to Huber”:

        – did Ohr actually say that in the transcript?
        – If Ohr has talked to a Grand Jury would he be able to talk about that to the Committee?
        – If Ohr had talked to Joe Blow, who is working for Huber, then he never talked to Huber, but………so what?
        – If Ohr HAD talked to Huber and/or Joe Blow AND the Grand Jury what answer might he give to the question “have you talked to Huber?”

        BTW. Why is a big deal being made about the fact that Mueller never talked to Ohr? Why on earth would he want to do that?

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          Might be more revealing asking why would Mueller not want to talk to Ohr?

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        • V says:

          And talking about who else is not talking to someone they should be: Victoria Toensingl, atty for Uranium One whislteblower, on Hannity 8-29-18, said Huber has not contacted her client!

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          • mr.piddles says:

            I know… That being said, two big investigations, and plenty to follow up on U1 without talking to one particular guy RIGHT NOW. If Huber and his people are busy with IG and his team, maybe first things first? Or… or… the unthinkable. (smirky face) (sad face)

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            • Some Old Guy says:

              The DOJ has the DOJs back period. To date, nothing suggests anything different. When action is unavoidable, minimal action is taken not with an eye to insure the bad action(s) never reoccur but to avoid sullying an already tattered reputation.

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        • Eilert says:

          This whole “Huber had not talked to Ohr” came about through circular reporting on Hannity.
          They had the Texas Congress man on their, who said that he has seen the unredacted FISA and if Huber wants it he can get it from him. This guy does not know, if Huber has interviewed (probably more than 7-times in reality ). From this ambiguous comment De-Genove says later in the show “Just learned BO was not interviewed by Huber”. This is what is called circular reporting.

          See:
          Hannity YouTube Link:

          [24:50] – “Rec – Huber contact my office re: BO”
          [30:45] – “Just learned BO was not interviewed by Huber”
          [30:45] based on comments re: [24:50]
          [24:50] statements made by (1) Congressman who does NOT know if Huber has already interviewed BO.

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            Q says this is dis-information, There have been 7 yet unreported contacts between Ohr and IG + Huber. (Yesterday’s Q post)

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          There are people who still wish that Mueller would look at ACTUAL issues, like the FISA warrant/dossier (instead of investigating Donald Trump and everyone who ever so much as served him a taco bowl and a Diet Coke) thus making Bruce Ohr and important person to talk to.

          But Mueller is not interested in a real investigation of anything except PDJT and setting him up for impeachment.

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          • beach lover says:

            Am I the only one who does not want Mueller anywhere near the FISA investigation ? Even if he now would suddenly have a change of heart and want the REAL truth, he would cover it so loosely all would walk.

            Stay in the lane you chose, Bob. You can’t save face now.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I took Rudy’s Labor Day date as a warning of sorts to Mueller. Git R Done, wrap it up, end this.

      I expect that there may be some surprises in store for Mueller if he doesn’t comply. I sure hope so. Bad surprises. Nasty ones. Horrible ones. I hope.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Nice to see you, Syl.

        Remember that time when you were wondering about Statutes of Limitation?
        And I replied that I’d been reading about that…and was reading about the different types of ‘Fraud’, because the SoL on Fraud was longer than on other types of crimes.
        [It was last winter, iirc.]

        I mentioned that a lot of this looked to me like a lot of this fell into ‘Fraud upon the Court’.
        Including a lot of what Hillary has done, namely her destroying evidence that had been subpoenaed.

        It is both eerie and thrilling to see people talking about ‘Fraud on the Court’ now.
        Even the President!

        We truly live in exciting times, don’t we my friend.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Wheatie, I DO remember the conversation and it gave me a lot of hope that I have clung to every time the issue of statute of limitations comes up.

          So yes, it is VERY exciting to hear that exact phrase, “fraud upon the court” now being used by legal beagles in this very context!!!

          The pace of this “reveal” has been painfully slow, but it keeps moving forward. On and on. Relentlessly moving forward.

          It amazes me to hear the media conversation now about people and situations and facts and theories regarding the coup that we were talking about months ago. It is eerie and thrilling indeed!!

          Like everyone else I want this thing concluded with appropriate punishment for those involved. It is agonizing because it is so slow moving. But I have had to try to accept that this will unfold in God’s time not mine.

          I do think this will all come out eventually. The truth has a momentum of its own and so much has already been revealed I think a tipping point has been reached where this thing can’t be hidden. It will come out. The media can ignore it, make excuses, and work in league with the Deep State to try to cover it up but there is too much known by too many for it to ever be hidden away.

          And God bless PDJT, he keeps on tweeting! I think “degenerate fool” may be one of my all time favorites!

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  14. Rock Knutne says:

    Ok judge…
    Whatcha gonna do?

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “The Judiciary will not be influenced by political pressure blah blah blah”. Yawn.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        The FISC will have to consider how much of the sh.. end of the stick they want to be left holding. Their best “out” would be to call the FBI in on the carpet.

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        • mr.piddles says:

          The downstream sh*tstorm of exposing YEARS of outright ABUSE with both end of the stick being complicit would be devastating. If the FBI’s intelligence laundering scheme wasn’t such an important component to their fundamental procedures, then it wouldn’t have been such a bombshell report last night. Could it be: FISA warrants were routinely rubber stam… er… granted based on a bunch of nonsense? I suspect so. They will protect each other because it’s a big problem for both of them. Expect wrist slaps and admonishments of various flavors to give an air of accountability. Hoping to be surprised; not holding my breath.

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  15. Summer says:

    “We don’t know yet what Mueller has.”

    And that is why this “investigation” will never end voluntarily. Innuendo, perpetual shadow over Trump’s head, talking points, narratives, everlasting oppo research etc., etc….. No way Mueller will just close his shop and go home.

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      What’s the rush? The Mueller investigation is actually helping PDJT…

      ….unless you are watching CNN and listening to the rest of the thoroughly discredited MSM, of course.

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      • Summer says:

        How is it helping? I see only huge distraction, people being ruined for the crime of being associated with Trump campaign, millions of dollars that could be spent on a worthier cause wasted on a malicious gang of Clinton donors, a constant talk of impeachment on bogus charges — all while the real criminals walk free. These are facts.

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        • Apollo says:

          Exactly. It needs to end, charges against the real conspirators need to be brought, and we need to move on as a country.

          Enough of these shadowy games which only ever end up with “our” guys in jail and the Trump family viciously harrassed, while the swamp rats skate.

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      • rbrtsmth says:

        It is slowing MAGA so it must end.

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      POTUS has to know what Mueller has and I don’t think he’s bluffing.

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    • anniefannie says:

      Besides, Mulehead is making himself and the other 16 angry Dimms wealthy. That reflects positively on the economy. Nothing like having your sworn enemy making your wage numbers look better. Thanks jackass!

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  16. Chieftain says:

    Best Tweets ever.

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  17. V says:

    Testing
    archive.is/8YNnE

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  18. V says:

    RE: MUELLER’S JULY INDICTMENT OF 12 RUSSIAN GRU OFFICIALS

    Adam Carter, forensic expert – Crowdstrike and Guccifer 2.0 – Game Over exposes the fraud:

    https://disobedientmedia.com/2018/07/muellers-latest-indictment-ignores-evidence-in-the-public-domain/

    “Mueller’s Latest Indictment Ignores Evidence In The Public Domain”

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    • V says:

      There’s more to my post, but for some reason it’s not posting.

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    • V says:

      After reading the above thoroughly, it looks like Crowdstrike has attributed their own actions to the 12 GRU officials by way of Guccifer 2.0. See, e.g., 64(b) in Mueller indictment:

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      • V says:

        64(b):
        “On or about March 14, 2016, using funds in a bitcoin address, the Conspirators purchased a VPN account, which they later used to log into the @Guccifer_2 Twitter account. The remaining funds from that bitcoin address were then used on or about April 28, 2016, to lease a Malaysian server that hosted the d c l e a k s . com website.”

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      • V says:

        So, if Crowdstrike created Guccifer 2.0 to hide the internal DNC leak, to discredit Wikileaks and to deliberately implicate Russia, this (using the same VPN account to log into Guccifer 2.0’s Twitter) implicates Crowdstrike as “the Conspirators,” not the 12 GRU people. April 28th is the day before Crowdstrike completed its 5 weeks’ work for DNC on the internal Bernie Sanders NGP VAN data base matter on the DNC server. See April 29, 2016 DNC Statement at archive.is/8YNnE

        Then Crowdstrike got rehired by the DNC soon thereafter.

        https://consortiumnews.com/2018/07/15/memo-to-the-president-ahead-of-mondays-summit/
        Excerpts:

        “June 12, 2016: Assange announces that WikiLeaks is about to publish “emails related to Hillary Clinton.” [This crucial event is omitted from Mueller’s indictment]

        June 14, 2016: DNC contractor CrowdStrike, (with a dubious professional record and multiple conflicts of interest) announces that malware has been found on the DNC server and claims there is evidence it was injected by Russians.

        June 15, 2016: “Guccifer 2.0” affirms the DNC statement; claims responsibility for the “hack;” claims to be a WikiLeaks source; and posts a document that the forensics show was synthetically tainted with “Russian fingerprints.”

        The June 12, 14, & 15 timing was hardly coincidence. Rather, it was the start of a pre-emptive move to associate Russia with anything WikiLeaks might have been about to publish and to “show” that it came from a Russian hack.”

        —–

        If A=B and B=C then A=C

        A – Crowdstrike
        B – Guccifer 2.0
        C – “The Conspirators” alleged by Mueller to be 12 GRU officials posing as Guccifer 2.0

        The Final Curtain – The Show Is Over

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        • Herbert Kroll says:

          I remember that Guccifer 2.0 posted “hacked” information about the DNC that was of no value, not new or damaging at all. I thought he was a fake right away. Also, one day before the French elections, there was a fake load of documents on Macron that contained nothing of any importance, but i’m not sure if that was this ‘Guccifer’ too…

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        • anniefannie says:

          V, you not only stated the transitive property, you revealed their transformative property! I always thought Hillary was evil for sticking with Bill just to get elected. It seems her SS forces were willing to go even farther.
          Oh what a tangled web!

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        • V says:

          A=B and B=C then A=C

          Some dominoes are falling

          MUELLER – CYBER EXPERT RYAN DICKEY & BRIAN RICHARDSON QUIT MUELLER TEAM

          https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/31/two-prosecutors-leave-mueller-team-including-cyber-expert.html

          “Ryan Dickey, joined Mueller’s team in November 2017 because he was the first prosecutor on the team known to specialize in cyber crimes.”

          “Dickey will continue to work for the Justice Department, and Richardson has taken a position as a research fellow at Columbia Law School.”

          “In February, the special counsel obtained an indictment against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities accused of operating a social media troll farm to meddle in the 2016 election. In July, a grand jury handed up an indictment against 12 Russian nationals accused of hacking into servers belonging to Democrats during the race.

          Dickey has not formally removed himself from those cases.”

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          • V says:

            Last days of Pompeii. Dickey probably heard the rumbling and ran for cover. Wonder when he realized the data being fed to Mueller for the 12 GRU indictment was a Crowdstrike confession of their Guccifer 2.0 activities or if he was in on the hoax from the beginning.

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            • V says:

              Some notes on Mueller team members who work/ed on cyber matters: How many of them know and are complicit in covering up that A=B=C?

              Ryan Kao Dickey – cyber – original Guccifer prosecution [Romanian hacker Marcel Lazar Lehel, known as Guccifer. Lehel hacked Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime confidante and ally of Hillary Clinton] & working on the IRA (Internet Research Agency) case – the one in which 13 Russians & companies were indicted in Feb 2018 by Mueller. [And since on the 12 GRU indictment.]

              Heather Alpino / Alpinio – worked on the prosecution of two Iranian nationals for a computer hacking scheme & working on the IRA [Internet Research Agency] case

              Jonathan Kravis – ex WH associate counsel to Obama, working on the IRA case

              Deborah Curtis – Chelsea Manning prosecution & leak by Stephen Jin-Woo Kim, a State Dept contractor, who leaked to Fox News prosecution

              Source: https://www.thedailybeast.com/inside-muellers-new-army
              7-11-18

              ____________

              Also:
              Francesco Corral: FBI supervisory special agent investigating cybersecurity aspects of the case

              There may be more on the Mueller team involved with cyber matters.
              Does Mueller himself know, seeing his close relationship to Shawn Henry of Crowdstrike?

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              • V says:

                Can’t wait to see Russian’s respoinse on the 12 GRU officials. Ha, maybe those names came from Christopher Steele’s source, Skripal’s outdated GRU telephone directory!

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I am glad to see CrowdStrike getting some attention.

      CrowdStrike was created by Google.
      It is a spooky outfit, that uses dark web hackers that act as a cyber wet-team, doing the bidding of the DNC…while masquerading as a ‘cyber security firm’.

      Google is evil.
      And I am so glad that our President has them in his sites.

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      • V says:

        Hi, fellow nightowls.

        Crowdstrike was hatched by: http://www.warburgpincus.com/investments/crowdstrike/

        Later invested in by: Google, etc.

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        • V says:

          Federal Reserve: 1913
          Warburg family member instigated it.

          Crowdstrike 2011
          Hatched by:WarburgPincus:

          Could they have thought up a more arrogant name!
          But the crowd is striking back!

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Yes, and Tim Geithner is President of Warburg.
          He went there after he left the O-administration.

          WarburgPincus is a globalist outfit that is a piggy bank for globalist companies.

          Wouldn’t surprise me to learn that CrowdStrike has done ‘work’ for a lot of the companies in that network.

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      • V says:

        CROWDSTRIKE – THEIR SECURITY CLEARANCES SHOULD ALSO BE REVIEWED

        DNC and US govt contractor

        Wikipedia: Customers in more than 170 countries

        “According to the company, its customers include three of the 10 largest global companies by revenue, five of the 10 largest financial institutions, three of the top 10 health care providers, and three of the top 10 energy companies”

        Hmm, do they actually have expertise or do they use US taxpayer funded expertise and resources of the NSA? (Nudge, nudge, Judge Collyer – is Crowdstrike one of the redacted names of contractors abusing the NSA data bases?) Are they actually a NWO-globalist enslavers’ tool of infiltration and control in 170 countries? What crowds were they planning on striking with that arrogant name, Crowdstrike?

        I think with their debunked reputation they’re an international security risk on land and sea.

        Crowdstrike pitched their maritime software on 31 May 2017. By June (U.S. guided-missile destroyer, the USS Fitzgerald) and August (the guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain) there were two US naval collisions. Related? Has the US Navy contracted Crowdstrike? Malware masquerading as anti-malware? We don’t want any ships colliding or starting WWIII due to remote control malware.

        It should be checked if they’re into aircraft and space as well. Satellite contracts? Weaponized satellites aimed at striking crowds below?

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      • V says:

        CROWDSTRIKE’S CONNECTIONS

        In addition to being created by WarburgPincus in 2011 (same family who instigated the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913) and later Google invested in them, these are some of Crowdstrike’s other connections:

        Connected to Mueller (Crowdstrike’s Shawn Henry, ex-FBI top exec, friend of Mueller, worked under Mueller using a similar setup) as Guccifer2.0.

        Connected to Mifsud’s Link Campus Rome – CIA FBI UK & Italian intel training school ( Andrew Bagley, employed at Crowdstrike since 2015, advisor to FBI/DOJ)
        That’s Joseph Mifsud – the Papadopoulos agent provocateur who planted “Russia” bait to enable FISA surveillance of Trump campaign.

        Connected to The Atlantic Council (Crowdstrike’s co-founder Dmitri Alperovitch is a Fellow there)

        Atlantic Council – virulently anti-Russia, pro-NATO, warmongers
        NATO – funder
        Soros – funder, Clinton supporter
        Victor Pinchuk – funder, Ukranian Clinton Fdn donor
        FaceBook – funder

        Evelyn Farkas – Atlantic Council Fellow, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Obama Administration (the one who admitted Obama admin spying and unmasking of Trump campaign)

        Samantha Power – speaker there, haven’t researched if she’s a member

        Jon Huntsman, Jr. – was Chairman of the Atlantic Council during the unmaskings, 2014-2017. Became US Ambassador to Russia Oct 2017 – big mistake putting him on that post I’d say.

        http://www.atlanticcouncil.org/about/board-of-directors
        Henry Kissinger – Atlantic Council’s longest serving board member, Rockefeller ally
        Michael Hayden, former CIA chief
        Michael Morell, former acting CIA head
        Michael Chertoff
        Madeleine Albright
        Brent Scowcroft, etc.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          It’s a big spider web isn’t it.

          And yeah…I wonder who advised PTrump to appoint Huntsman to that Ambassadorship.
          Rinse Priebus, maybe?

          Liked by 1 person

        • wheatietoo says:

          And…Great research, V!
          Thanks.

          It would be glorious to hear of some early morning raids on these players.
          Some good candidates for prosecution in military courts.

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          • V says:

            Tks. Definitely looks like a national and global security risk to me.

            CROWDSTRIKE – ACCESS TO HIGHLY SENSITIVE GOVT COMPUTERS

            View story at Medium.com
            11 Jan 2018
            The DNC: Swimming In Malware But Never Once Targeted

            NTERESTING: SO CROWDSTRIKE WORKED ON GOVT HIGHLY SENSITIVE COMPUTERS IN 2015 – what if they’re enemy of the US – with such access? What if THEY sent phishing emails so that THEY could get called in on a govt contract to highly sensitive computers at the Joint Staff either for the money to “solve” the problem or just for the access, to plant spyware for future access, too.

            Crowdstrike was hatched at Warburg-Pincus (the family who gave the US its Federal Reserve) and Google later invested in it. So, it would be a very handy globalist enslavers’ tool into US govt for spying and manipulation of world affairs.

            ———-
            Excerpts from article:

            “Crowdstrike Principal Consultant Robert Johnston who did the bulk of the investigative work at the DNC also worked the Joint Staff attack and put two and two together; i.e., “that the DNC had been compromised by the same blast of phishing emails that had breached the computers of the Joint Chiefs [in 2015].” ”

            “Too bad there’s no way to tell for sure what the initial infection vector was for Cozy Bear or Fancy Bear because the emails were never found.

            Or that the DNC refused to let the FBI examine their servers first-hand.

            Or that neither the House nor Senate Committees investigating Russian election interference, nor the FBI, thought it necessary to interview Robert Johnston, the former [? has he been Seth-Riched too] Crowdstrike Principal Consultant who did the actual work at both the DNC and the Joint Staff breaches.”

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        • Covadonga says:

          “Henry Kissinger – Atlantic Council’s longest serving board member, Rockefeller ally”

          …and long-suspected Soviet intelligence asset.

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      • V says:

        CROWDSTRIKE – ATLANTIC COUNCIL – FACEBOOK CENSORSHIP

        Recent reports that Atlantic Council is involved with FaceBook’s
        censorship of online conservatives
        .

        Facebook’s 5-17-18 announcement:

        “Today, we’re excited to launch a new partnership with the Atlantic Council, which has a stellar reputation looking at innovative solutions to hard problems. Experts from their Digital Forensic Research Lab will work closely with our security, policy and product teams to get Facebook real-time insights and updates on emerging threats and disinformation campaigns from around the world. This will help increase the number of “eyes and ears” we have working to spot potential abuse on our service — enabling us to more effectively identify gaps in our systems, preempt obstacles, and ensure that Facebook plays a positive role during elections all around the world.

        Facebook will also use the Atlantic Council’s Digital Research Unit Monitoring Missions during elections and other highly sensitive moments. This will allow us to focus on a particular geographic area — monitoring for misinformation and foreign interference and also working to help educate citizens as well as civil society.”
        —————–

        Thanks to SJM for this info:

        “Since 2014, millions of dollars have been spent to pump out endless bilge about the Russian threat while censoring any skepticism, let alone any actual Russian viewpoint of world events. This censorship and propaganda offensive now encompasses every legacy media institution in the advanced sector and, more recently, as the result of Russiagate, all major social media platforms as well.

        The Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensics Lab was the first among many such operations in the U.S. and is actually a part of the NATO Centre for Strategic Communications. It receives major funding from the British government, and now, from Facebook. Again, it is no accident that Dmitri Alperovitch, who used his company CrowdStrike to author the “Russia hacked the DNC and John Podesta” hoax, is also a major player in the Digital Forensics Lab. Now, there are dozens of similar censorship and propaganda operations, including StopFake, PropOrNot, the State Department’s new Global Engagement Center, and multiple offshoots of Mikhail Khordovkovsky’s Institute of Modern Russia. “

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Amazing stuff, V…you’re on a roll!

          Their tentacles are everywhere.

          Liked by 1 person

          • V says:

            You’re a darling. May as well hit them with the full arsenal all on one page. And maybe the guys with the nice logo can use it.

            🙂

            Usually, I like ants. I see them walking by on the outside steps and smile, like I’m watching the elephants go by on the Grand Trunk Road in India.

            BUT when they bother me indoors, I vanish them! And I’ve noticed something, when I klill one ant, the other ants go berserk. So, hitting one part of the globalist tyranny deepstate bastards, makes all of them feel the fear, the anxiety, the flailing, the falling into the deep, empty void.

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          • V says:

            The Grand Trunk Road

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            • wheatietoo says:

              “…And a Cast of 1000’s!”

              They don’t make movies like that anymore.

              I actually did get the reference to the Grand Trunk Road…although I don’t remember how I knew what that was.
              Heh.

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    • Anyone notice that DC Leaks was reregistered the Day of the Mary Jacoby meeting at White House and the day after Admiral Rogers cut off the contractors

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      • V says:

        Something fishy about DCLeaks. Interesting how my entire long post wouldn’t post until I found what the bug was. It wouldn’t post the Mueller indictment excerpt with “d c l e a k s . c o m” until I put spaces in between.

        Leasing a Malaysian server that hosted DCLeaks – hm, was that to take it over? Was DCLeaks then intended to be a honey pot for whistleblowers to pre-empt Wikileaks? Did they hope that whoever got the DNC and Podesta emails would send it to DCLeaks and could thus be stopped? A way to identify whistleblowers and do damage control before publication of data damaging to deepstate?

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      • V says:

        From https://disobedientmedia.com/2018/07/muellers-latest-indictment-ignores-evidence-in-the-public-domain/

        Picture of Search Terms in Paragraph 41 of Mueller’s 12 GRU indictment:

        The Search Terms included “dcleaks”

        Paragraph 42 of Mueller’s 12 GRU indictment:

        Adam Carter writes:

        “With WordPress having a built-in spell checker, some of this would seem unnecessary.

        Why would he search “dcleaks” if he was in a position (according to this indictment) to know more about them than even search engines would?”

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      • V says:

        Wikileaks, DNC emails & Guccifer 2 0, a recap

        My favorite video with the great Russian background soundtrack to ridicule Guccifer 2.0’s fabricated “Russian fingerprinst”

        At 5:00 in the video – “The Russian VPN” Guccifer 2.0 used Elite VPN Service for an IP address to falsely imply Russian origin, but anyone can use it.

        Another good video only 5:18 mins:

        is Guccifer 2.0 the DNC?

        Crowdstrike & Guccifer 2.0 debunked
        After Seth Rich info surfaced after his death on 7-10-16 that he was likely the source for Wikileaks and murdered because of it, there appeared manufactured Direct Messages (25 Aug 2016 etc) between Guccifer 2.0 and actress Robbin Young to claim Seth Rich gave Guccifer 2.0 the emails and to taint Wikileaks as “connected with russians.”

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  19. anthohmy says:

    It isn’t simply damaging Trump, it damages the republic.

    They were going to deprive us of the magnificent bastard.

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  20. LibertyONE says:

    OHR looks like and smells like a Chinese spy. Funny, his wife speaks fluent Russian…best of both worlds…ya think!

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  21. ❌Kel❌ says:

    Jordan is a superstar. MacCallum is a fraud. To lead her segment asking for a response to Maddow, incredible. News reporters reporting on each other….pathetic. Its like being in a kindergarten and Martha running to the teacher and saying Rachel said this about you! Thats her lead? Lame.

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  22. Cumbaya says:

    Regarding this claim that Ohr hasn’t talked to Mueller or Huber; who or what is the source for that claim ? Dobbs, DeGenova, Toensing, others all going ape-‘schiff’, but where is the source. I would think that since Ohr was interviewed over a dozen times, Horowitz and/or Huber would have access to those interviews. How would anyone know who has or hasn’t been interviewed and by whom. Dobbs and Toensing last night were hard to watch, they were screeching like the libs on the other side and I like Dobbs…..something doesn’t smell right.

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  23. gary lacey says:

    I’m waiting to see who suffers the fate of SSeth RRich, when this starts to getting too close for comfort. Then the whole thing will topple like dominoes.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ❌Kel❌ says:

      The casualties will rise, its what they do…..I fear for @ThomasPaine1774…..when his ‘expose’ rocks the deep state….

      Investigative journalist Jennifer Moore is investigating pedophile ring in DC..and suffers a ‘seizure’ in her DC hotel room and then all info goes silent while DC Police ‘investigates’. Sound familiar?

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  24. Donzo says:

    When is CNN going to hire Nellie Ohr?

    Liked by 1 person

    • jmclever says:

      She has more a face for radio. Cruel? Yes. Not feeling generous as POTUS Trump this morning.

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      • GB Bari says:

        If the hags on The View haven’t sunk that PMSNBC show by now, then Nellie Ohr presents no threat to CNN. Their audience is mostly similarly-featured angry leftists, so her hiring seems a natural next step.

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  25. wodiej says:

    God will prevail.

    Liked by 5 people

  26. Suzanne says:

    IMHO we should skip the “criminal referral” and go directly to the arrests

    Liked by 1 person

    • Apollo says:

      Of course. But a “criminal referral” step is helpful for pretending something is happening when in reality nothing is.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Julia Adams says:

        “Of course. But a “criminal referral” step is helpful for pretending something is happening when in reality nothing is.”

        My hope is justice will prevail once Trump fires Rosenstein and Sessions and Mueller.

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  27. LEET says:

    Really Martha? Really?! “Let’s look at what Rachael Maddow had to say about Bruce Ohr being questioned by congress” hmmm… Gee Martha why don’t we just go find the most rapid, leftwing progressive unnformed nitwit on the street and ask them for their “expert opinion” what a bunch of crap. Maddow is completely uninformed and a narrative pusher!

    McCallum is going to go the way of the other blondies on Fox. Just sickening to watch these talking heads.

    Liked by 3 people

    • The Boss says:

      I too was blown away that Martha somehow inferred from Madcow’s drivel that there would be almost irreparable damage to the DoJ if Big Bruce was fired. Seriously? I think you’re spot on LEET. Martha is a dumb blonde. (I have some dumb blonde jokes, but they’re not for this site).

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  28. Kyle says:

    READ IN TRUMP TWEET VOICE:

    Why on earth does anyone care what Rachel Maddow thinks?! Yikes. Not a good look for Fox. Terrible optics!

    Liked by 4 people

  29. Bogeyfree says:

    The President’s tweet calling out Chief Justice Roberts and Judge Collier to bring in the 4 signees of the FISA Applications is so spot on.

    Every single American with common sense is saying yes, makes perfect sense for the Judge to bring them in and see if there was any intent to fraud the court and if so a criminal referral should be made.

    Why is this so hard for Chief Justice Roberts to see? After all he is the single highest Judge in the land and sets the example for all. What happened to these judges sworn oath to uphold the Constitution.

    This haul them in meeting, should have been done months ago.

    My question is can Roberts be impeached for not upholding his duty under the law? Where is the outcry against Judge Collier and Roberts?

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    • neal s says:

      Just want to remind you that Judge Collyer authored the 99 page ruling that detailed various fisa abuses.
      https://www.dni.gov/files/documents/icotr/51117/2016_Cert_FISC_Memo_Opin_Order_Apr_2017.pdf

      Why would she do this if she was complicit?

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      • George True says:

        She might do this if she decided that she needed to cover her own rear end.

        Liked by 1 person

      • George True says:

        She might do this if she decided that she needed to cover her own rear end.

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        • V says:

          Very strange. And just two days earlier, if that is her signature (which differs from her 26 April 2016 signature), she gave Levin’s Amicus Motion to the FISA Court a brush off.

          24 April 2017

          Levin was alerting her that the Carter Page matter is political spying on Trump

          26 April 2017: See signature on pg 99. (This is an alternate link to the 99-pager which is not .gov.)

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        • V says:

          Mark Levin: https://www.landmarklegal.org/

          Landmark’s Amicus Motion to FISA Court, certificate of service dated 20 April, 2017.

          https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/ff7ad7_091acb9e125b49b7b2ece39fa2ee1221.pdf

          It references Carter Page and other Trump campaign team members, so it would be clear to the reader (including Judge Collyer) that this matter relates to Trump and campaign surveillance. And see in the excerpt below, the Court was clearly made aware that this was political opposition spying going on. WHY did Judge Collyer not act? Did she ever see Landmark’s Motion or did some anti-Trump clerk forge the April 24, 2017 brush-off response?

          Excerpt:

          “Landmark submits that officials within the Executive Branch have abused the judicial process, placing the integrity of this Court and the constitutional rights of individuals at risk.

          The Court should exercise its inherent jurisdiction and order the federal government to investigate fully, and the FBI to explain fully, the following questions:

          1. Have this Court’s order or orders been used by intelligence and law enforcement entities of the federal government as a subterfuge to surveil private citizens and at least one United States Senator for political purposes?

          2. Did government officials seek one or more national security surveillance warrants from this Court as a pretext to conduct an investigation for the purpose of affecting an ongoing national presidential campaign and subsequent transition of an incoming president?

          3. When applying to this Court for one or more warrants in this matter, did the FBI inform this Court that it had apparently paid some of the expenses of a former British spy who prepared the dossier reportedly relied on, in whole or part, in its application to convince this Court to issue a warrant, and that it had apparently negotiated to make further payments to the former British spy, which efforts were ultimately unsuccessful?

          4. When applying to this Court for one or more warrants in this matter, did the FBI inform this Court that the dossier it reportedly presented in pursuit of one or more warrants had originally been prepared by the former British spy for a Washington research firm conducting opposition research against the Republican nominee for president, candidate Donald Trump?”

          ________

          This is HUGE. Collyer can no longer play cute hiding behind “novel” and separation of powers. Landmark’s Motion back in April 2017 is like a time bomb about to explode.

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  30. JRD says:

    Snowflake Martha makes me sick! I refuse to watch her “I’m afraid I won’t be allowed to attend cocktail parties in DC if I don’t repeat the media’s lies” BS. Marxist Nadler and disinformation Maddow, really?
    This is why I don’t watch FAUX News. I’m fed up with people like her and Bret Baier. They are DEMOCRATS wearing a mask. When they go to another network they will emerge as Alisyn Camerota and no one will be fooled.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Julia Adams says:

      You are so right.Martha is ridiculous and I think she’s stupid. Whatever possessed her or her producer to think running a segment of asking Jordan to comment on what Rachel Maddow is peddling is disgusting. What about their hiring of Maria Harf? Another airhead! Fox is not fair and balanced, they are ratings chasers. I,too, do not watch their programming any longer.

      Liked by 4 people

    • What I liked, though, was how Jordan just ignored the video, didn’t respond to it, just continued making his points. Everyone should do this; it works. Gives no further attention to the leftist.

      Liked by 5 people

  31. dd_sc says:

    From the Maddow segment – “Russian money laundering through American real estate.”

    She just jump the gun on what the new Mueller-Media narrative will be? Circling back to Russian money laundering.

    Liked by 4 people

  32. I’ve personally known and were friends with several local judges in our community. I have to say that not a damned one of them would sit by and watch reports of false testimony in their courts get by without taking legal action.

    Liked by 5 people

  33. jmclever says:

    Trump’s tweet suggests that the FISA court would have to refer the FBI conspirators…
    Couldn’t the court come to its own decision and sentence these traitors?

    Liked by 2 people

  34. Anonymous says:

    Dear Democrats, after the 2016 election and all this FISA lying…

    Liked by 4 people

  35. MAGA Truth Seeker says:

    Has anyone else hear that the Federal Prosecutor out in Utah, Huber, hasn’t even spoken to Ohr about all of this? How in the world has Huber not spoken to this guy?!?!

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      It was a diversion IMO to take the mounting pressure off from having to appoint a 2nd SC who would have snooped around these FBI/DOJ issues.

      His appointment nixed all those SC calls and allowed this conspiracy to continue silent and free IMO.

      IMO it was actually the Dems who have been play 3D chess as they had many of these chess moves figured out way, way in advance.

      But hopefully lies are hard to keep buried and many are beginning to rise to the surface for all with common sense to see.

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  36. railer says:

    With these 2 tweets, the final battle is joined. Trump foresaw this final battle from the moment Rogers came to Trump Tower and explained what the Swamp had been doing. The Final Battle is that FISA court, and Trump has just implicated the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, a thunderous opening cannonade. For many long months, Trump hasn’t been engaging the minor skirmishes the Swamp has offered: Mueller, media et al. He hasn’t given battle. He’s skirmished and fought minor spoiling actions against the enemy, sure, but with the main body of his force, he’s declined strategic action against an enemy seeking to destroy him, until the time is right. The time is right. Upon this final battle rests our freedom, and our passage into broad, sunlit uplands, which are threatened by those who would take us into a new Dark Age.

    I think Churchill was a corrupt hack, but he did have a brilliant way with the language, and even if his own stupidity got them into this situation, and his own stupidity was incapable of getting them out of it, he boiled it down well in words, as to what they and we truly face today, and what our enemies have planned for us.

    “What General Weygand called the Battle of France is over. I expect that the Battle of Britain is about to begin. Upon this battle depends the survival of Christian civilization. upon it depends our own British life and the long continuity of our institutions and our Empire. The whole fury and might of the enemy must very soon be turned on us now. Hitler knows that he will have to break us in this island or lose the war. If we can stand up to him, all Europe may be free and the life of the world may move forward into broad, sunlit uplands. But if we fail, then the whole world, including the United States, including all that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age, made more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights of perverted science. Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that, if the British Empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will say, “This was their finest hour.”

    I’m being melodramatic perhaps, but this is the Big Ugly referenced on this website. Trump is attacking a branch of government, the SC. They must be brought back within the confines of the Constitution. We cannot lose this battle. Forget Mueller and the rest of the Swamp liliputians, this is the battle that can dissolve this conspiracy, which shakes the foundation of this nation. The Swamp cannot be permitted to exist apart from us, and our Constitution. The SC has to clean up their mess, and expose all of this.

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  37. Jane Smith says:

    Judge Collyer must be complicit in the Coup.
    Otherwise, she would have done something already to clear the FISC of wrongdoing.

    Labor Day Weekend is looming large.
    It seems as if VSG POTUS has thrown down the gauntlet for Sessions, Collyer and the Supreme Court, Justin (from Canada), Meuller, etc.

    I’m looking forward to the post holiday fireworks next week.

    Liked by 1 person

    • GB Bari says:

      Maybe, but I’m inclined to think she’s just a rubber stamp who now knows she rubber stamped the wrong warrant. So she’s covering her @$$. Along with any other FISC judges who were involved.

      She’s also covering a long history of rubber stamping in the FISC.
      Bet on it.

      Liked by 2 people

  38. Bogeyfree says:

    Her actions or unwillingness to even call these 4 signees into her court speaks volumes IMO.

    But what is even more alarming is the highest Judge in the land, who sets the example for all judges, Chief Justice Roberts also sits on his hands and has lock jaw.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Jane Smith says:

      The Deep State has something on Roberts.
      That’s why we have Obamacare.
      I read somewhere that it had to do with an irregularity in the adoption of his children from Ireland.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Bogeyfree says:

        Ok if something like this is true, then PT should talk to JR and if there is any improprieties or issues he can pardon him in exchange for who and how the deep state is suppressing him.

        It only takes one to crack the egg and who knows many hundreds more come forward.

        Can’t Congress subpoena Obama and ask him about his database collecting that Maxine spoke about?

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      • dd_sc says:

        That’s what is alleged. His adopted children are Irish, but Ireland does not allow Irish children to be adopted to foreign nationals. As I recall, the adoption agency is some sketchy outfit based in the Caribbean, and the children, although of Irish decent, were ex-pats living overseas when orphaned. First time I read that story, laughed it off as tin-foil hat stuff. After the last couple of years, really can’t do that automatically anymore.

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  39. jmclever says:

    Rachel MadCow telegraphing the Mueller Witch Hunt’s new investigative ruse. Accuse Trump of laundering money from Russians through fraudulent real estate transactions. Now you know why they’re targeting the Trump Foundation.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jmclever says:

      Really bugged to see that Fox is allowing themselves to be part of the narrative engineering. Why else would they give any air time to a competing “news” company?

      Liked by 3 people

    • dd_sc says:

      I caught that too, although it’s not really new. One of the first accusations against Trump was taking Russian mob money laundered through European banks. I think Deutsche Bank was the primary bank targeted, and Mueller went after their records early.

      They just keep cycling back to the old allegations hoping one will get some traction. I think the goal now – especially after Steyer’s comment – is to give Congressional RINOs political cover to get on the impeachment train.

      Liked by 1 person

    • 6x47 says:

      Based on very limited reading on the subject, the NYC real estate market was/is awash in Russian money as oligarchs use it as a gambit to get their money out of Russia.

      Meaning, if investigators look long enough and hard enough they’ll find SOMETHING where a Russian, or someone connected to Russians, was within a few degrees of separation of Trump, or Kushner.

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  40. talker2u says:

    Good job, Congressman Jordan!

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  41. Payday says:

    Gregory E Maggs. Confirmed this past January. Hopefully a name we’ll soon be hearing much more of…

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregory_E._Maggs

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  42. Jimmney says:

    At this point I’m sure just about every Treeper could recite what Devin Nunez and Jim Jordan are going to say in an interview. It’s time for some new talking points, better yet, it’s time for some kind of action.
    Let’s face it folks, if you don’t think everyone involved knows what’s being found, what’s being uncovered.
    Well I’ll sell you a boat to take out on the ocean in Kansas.
    The only people left in The Dark are the American people. I’m tired of the theater/pony show! What’s going on is absolutely ridiculous..
    With that said, I’m wondering what or why people think I redacting the FISA warrants will actually accomplish. We done know what’s going to be in it. (For the most part) Thing is everybody in Washington knows already. What is going to change when it is unredacted?
    If everyone in Washington done knows and nothing has been done and it’s went on this long? What is someone going to take the steps to do something then?If they did you know how bad that would be. Sorry for the rant. I just want to see some DOJ do their job. If Bruce Ohr hasn’t been interviewed by Huber or Horowitz by now.. well I find that absolutely crazy.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 6x47 says:

      If Bruce Ohr hasn’t been interviewed by Huber or Horowitz … then I’m afraid Jeff Sessions’ secret war against the Deep State is even more secret than we knew.

      It appears Gentleman Jeff’s investigation of the attempted coup and corruption in the DOJ is somewhat less vigorous than, say, Strzok’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server and the Huma/Weiner laptop.

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      • Jane Smith says:

        I don’t think that anything will happen as long as Sessions is AG.
        He knew before he accepted the job for AG that he was going to recuse himself from all things Russian and didn’t bother to tell president Trump.
        For me, that makes him a complicit Swamp Thing.

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        • 6x47 says:

          We have all been under the impression that Sessions, the “Silent Assassin”, had appointed “Undercover Huber” to look into these matters.

          If Huber has not even interviewed Ohr … then that indicates to me Huber isn’t investigating much of ANYTHING. It’s all a charade; Sessions told us Huber is looking but Huber isn’t looking.

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          • Jane Smith says:

            Isn’t Huber HQ out in Salt Lake City, Utah?
            That should speak volumes.
            How can he be running an investigation of The Swamp and its Creatures?
            Salt Lake City and Washington DC are 2,088 miles apart.

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            • SteveT says:

              The NSA monitoring centre is based in Utah and any “interesting” phone calls/emails/texts etc. which are found to be part of a criminal conspiracy could be deemed to have occurred in Utah and therefore fall in Huber’s jurisdiction.
              This would be a much better place to try and get a guilty verdict than say, DC.

              SteveT

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  43. Jimmney says:

    I see it one or two ways. The sh.t hits the fan before midterms. I personally think it’s the best option. Or right after reelection if Jeff Sessions isn’t fired. Things should start happening. Either way after the midterms we will know 100 percent certain all of us. What Jeff Sessions is or was. I don’t think there will be anymore ifs in my mind.

    The major thing that gets my goad. Is everyone in Washington knows exactly what’s going on behind the scenes.Right along with Comey and all who have been fired. It’s the Swamp.. I don’t believe there’s any secrets that can be hid their.

    We are the only ones in the dark. It disgusts me. I’m sure Hillary, James,Andrew,Lisa, They are all getting daily briefings from some Swamp Donkey. With all the know.

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  44. Pyrthroes says:

    The mule won’t move? First, you light a fire underneath it, then you bash it in the nose, then you tie its tail in knots.

    “Mister, are y’all fixin’ to kill mah mule?”

    “Nope. Just gettin’ Sal’s attention.”

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