Joe diGenova, Gregg Jarrett and Sara Carter Discuss the FISA Application, Rod Rosenstein and Bruce Ohr…

Joe diGenova, Gregg Jarrett and Sara Carter appear with Sean Hannity to discuss the ongoing DOJ issues with: Bruce Ohr, the Carter Page FISA application and the institutionally corrupt DOJ and FBI.  The issue of Rod Rosenstein being under IG investigation and possibly recused from current FISA procedures is not really a big deal.

Since March 28th, 2018, Inspector General Michael Horowitz has been investigating the potential for fraud/abuse in the Carter Page FISA application; Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein signed-off on one FISA extension; so as a matter of investigative position Rosenstein’s activity is technically under IG investigation and he cannot participate therein.

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552 Responses to Joe diGenova, Gregg Jarrett and Sara Carter Discuss the FISA Application, Rod Rosenstein and Bruce Ohr…

  1. Non=combative. says:

    It’s very interesting that anyone who opines pessimism/doubt is criticized and characterized as ignorant and/or complicit. I believe the more relevant fact is that for nearly 2 years it has only been the Mueller side that has brought individuals, albeit ludicrous on their face, before a judge. Far too many people see the unravelling of the deep state by conservative media and Freedom caucus members of congress with constant Presidential tweets. They are told not to worry, it takes time. With mid-terms 2 months away many are very concerned that a turning tide will result in even more inaction and deep state treachery. It’s akin to watching a loved one being destroyed by an evil addiction.

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    • I am inclined to agree. I’m not sure is pessimism is warranted, but certainly doubt is warranted. The ‘optimistic’ position is that ‘because we cannot see anything happening, something big must be about to happen’. I’m not buying it.

      A bird in hand is worth two in the bush. So far, there is nothing in hand.

      If Huber is accomplishing anything, it’s not obvious that he is doing so.

      If Sessions is accomplishing anything on the HRC/FBI/DOJ side, it’s not obvious that he is doing so.

      When it came to light that Bruce Ohr had not been interviewed by the Huber team, whatever benefit of the doubt I had with regard to the OIG/Huber was gone.

      Mueller, with a much smaller team, has been able to accomplish much more in less time than Huber with regard to punishing the President and his associates.

      Even if none of the indictments are relevant to ‘Russian collusion’, the effect of the indictments has been to advance the real purpose of the ‘Russian collusion’: Damaging the President and nullifying the 2016 election.

      Ann Coulter is touting Session’s work on immigration, which has been good, but my view is that just about any immigration hawk would have accomplished the same thing.

      Sessions’ seat was lost to a Democrat. This might not have been predicted but what could be predicted was that, by having Sessions resign his seat, there would be an election. This was, at least in hindsight, an unnecessary risk that, once Sessions recused himself from the most important DOJ investigation in modern history turned out badly for the President.

      My view all along is that the President’s choices in Executive appointments has been constrained by the Republican Party Establishment and Donors swearing retribution on anyone who joins the Administration. As a consequence, some very bad decisions were made because they adversely affected the overall political landscape in Congress and governorships.

      At this point is is obvious that the DOJ cannot effectively investigate DOJ corruption.

      Were it not for investigative reporting by Sarah Carter and Gregg Jarrett and Sean Hannity using his ‘bully pulpit’ the public would have no idea about Russiagate and the abuse of power in the DOJ.

      It’s a shameful performance by Huber and Sessions that can only be explained by an attempt to protect the ‘reputation’ of a DOJ/FBI whose ‘bad reputation’ is, at this point, deserved.

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      • AG Sessions, Huber and 470 IG investigators have created over 50,000 sealed indictments over the past 10 months. That is hardly inaction. It is gonna rain justice soon!

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        • Boots says:

          “AG Sessions, Huber and 470 IG investigators have created over 50,000 sealed indictments over the past 10 months.”
          ———————
          Can you prove it?

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            PACER is your friend…

            Or, prove that they don’t exist…

            Hi, Gyorgi…

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          • farrier105 says:

            There are 50,000 sealed CASES, not necessarily indictments. PACER files by CASES since they provide the service primarily to attorneys. Sealed cases can be criminal cases (you might have an indictment) bankrutpcies (no indictments), law suits involving the federal government (no indictments). Sealed CASES are not sealed indictments. Sealed CASES are what is being tracked, here and there, on the Internet.

            Tue, Jul 31, 2018 10:31 am
            pacermail (pacermail@psc.uscourts.gov)

            Good morning,

            The PACER Service Center provides internet access to whatever federal civil, criminal, bankruptcy and appellate case records the courts make available online. We do not maintain a “database” of sealed records, and unfortunately, we have no filter to be able to search for cases or documents by keyword such as “sealed.”
            When a record is sealed by a court, they court does not provide online access to that document, and sometimes they will not even reference the document on the Docket Report for the case in which it is filed. (Emphasis added)
            Any questions regarding sealed documents should be directed to each individual court. You will find court contact information using the map we provide at https://www.pacer.gov/map.html.

            Thank you,
            Judi

            PACER Service Center
            Phone: 210-301-6440
            Toll Free: 800-676-6856
            For Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.pacer.gov/psc/hfaq.html
            For Account Information: https://www.pacer.gov/psco/cgi-bin/psclogin.pl

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        • bluezebraangel says:

          Even if…..who says they are political figures? They will be drug, sex crime, and immigrstion issues for sure.

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          • william elbel says:

            I think you are right: Only drug, sex crime, and immigration issues ”
            No political defendants at all- guaranteed.

            This country is on the verge of Mob rule judging from SCOTUS hearings.
            Helped along by Sessions protecting the evil doers on the D side.
            Very sad day!

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        • Ben Dare says:

          Remind me to bring my umbrella !!

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        • The only indictments that matter are unsealed indictments.

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          • farrier105 says:

            Yep.

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          • nbkilgore says:

            Respectfully, I ask of you to consider why are there over 50 thousand sealed indictments and still going up? The next question is, has there been this large number of sealed indictments before January 2017? Finally, what is the intended purpose of a sealed indictment? I will attempt to the answer the last question as best and humanly possible. A sealed indictment are intended to insure an on going investigation does not become spoiled because that ongoing investigation may intertwine with an individual (s) already indicted. To unseal an indictment which has been presented to a secrete grand jury prematurely can cause many problems; exposing witnesses, giving an individual who has been indicted enough time to relocate to a country that are unfriendly to the US, exposed witnesses can be threatened, intimidated, even being murdered and many other factors. Using logic can be helpful to finding answers to the “why”. Last I checked, the sealed indictments were a little over 60,000 plus a couple of days ago. That is unprecedented and that is a lot of indictments. An indictment may pertain to one person or it may lump 5 or more persons in one single indictment for committing the same offense or have collectively acted together to commit a crime.
            Nothing to see here?!!!

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            • A sealed indictment simply means that a grand jury agreed with a prosecutor that an indictment was warranted.

              As a wise person once said, a grand jury will issue and indictment on a ham sandwich.

              Do you really think that Huber and Company have identified 50-60,000 people in the US who are going to be charged with crimes related within the government of the United States?

              It’s possible, but I doubt it.

              My point is that one should not hinge one’s hopes on speculation.

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        • farrier105 says:

          IG investigators do not work under grand juries. They are like “Internal Affairs” for the DOJ. They can get you fired, and/or send on criminal referrals for those who CAN conduct grand jury investigations.

          You need to hear this from someone who knows by way of experience: There is no way in hell John Huber is pumping out 5,000 indictments per month. No USA in this country can, or has ever, poured out that many indictments until he has amassed 50,000. That is not possible, and if you think about the people being investigated as being “The Small Group” in DOJ and FBI, why would you need 50,000 indictments to deal with them anyway?

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        • Dimbulbz says:

          My concern is not the number of indictments. Its the fact that people who are in the know of these crimes are NOT being interviewed – according to those on Hannity and other places. It seems to me that they should have at the very minimum, been contacted, and asked not to disclose their knowledge. That means that the true crimes are not being investigated, Nor are there plans to a actually do anything.

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        • Concerned says:

          I am not concerned with the amount of documents sealed or not sealed. I am however concerned with those involved. Example: Huber has not questioned Bruce Ora or his wife.

          It may well rain documents, but in the mean time, the citizens of this country are faced with corrupt officials acting with apparent indifference. Example: Mueller’s head of staff receiving the Dossier information from Bruce Ora even before the SC position was initiated.

          I for one want to see prosecutions take place, not promises of prosecutions taking place.

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          • Rich says:

            Concerned- my understanding is the IG interviewed Orr a number of times. I think the IG can transmit the testimony to Huber for action?

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            • Concerned says:

              This is my understanding too. And, Congress has received Bruce Ora’s testimony. And, Huber is expected to use the grand jury process.

              So, what’s the difference. With the grand jury Bruce Ora is not protected by his lawyers. Nor is Nellie Ora.

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        • john edward lorenz says:

          To be believed when seen.

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        • marko says:

          More total garbage. Either prove it or stop posting this crap.

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      • Jederman says:

        Excellent. But I no longer agree with your last para. I used to think there still were dyed in the wool, hard core types who identify strongly with their particular institution. I now believe their motives are venal (pension protection), self protection (from potential criminal prosecution), socialist Gramsci moles driven by Lefty ideology, emotionally weak tools receiving smoke in their shorts… .

        The reputation of the DoJ/FBI is toast. But it would be the same for ANY organization under a corruption cloud. Until significant people (and in this case many) are called out and fired/prosecuted/punished the cloud remains. The citizens will live with it but will know the reality is there is NO REPUTATION to protect anymore.

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      • Rock Knutne says:

        Hamburger – Nice assessment. However, the only factor I see that you neglected to mention is the media connection to the deep state.

        The left constantly hammers every false meme they construct. The only, the ONLY guaranteed information that gets out for our side is President Trump’s tweets. He’s all we can count on.

        When I see him start to worry then I’ll worry.

        In the meantime I’m just gonna support him and his agenda by staying positive and sending positive messages. Everything else is counter productive.

        M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A

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        • The media could prattle on all day with their version of events, but if various players involved in the ‘Russian collusion’ nonsense were being indicted, the message to the rest of the Deep State would be clear, ‘The era of impunity is over.’

          The media has had — and continues to have — a much lower approval rating than the President.

          However consequential they appear, they are merely the cheerleading squad for their team. The real targets need to be their team in an out of government office.

          Nothing, quite literally nothing, is going to make the media stop their antics, but by all accounts, whatever effect they are having is due to nothing happening when it comes to an effective counter-narrative other than from the White House.

          I find it incredible that with all of the firepower and the broad authority that the OIG and Huber have that they cannot bring forward a single indictment, no matter how low-level?

          In order to empty a revolver, you have to fire the first shot.

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      • TruthIsLight says:

        Tomorrow a new web page will be launched that will expose it all to the world. Disinformation is necessary at times, we are watching a war being conducted in front our eyes and you can see if you are awake. Be a critical thinker about what you read, watch or hear, skepticism is good. Not everything is what it seems.
        September is National Preparedness month, make sure you are prepared and stay vigilant. The bad ones are not going down without a fight.

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        • bluezebraangel says:

          Crimes have already been proven and out in the open, yet the guilty walk free, so why should we be so condident that IF it comes out, it wont be the same for anyone exposed?

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      • AccountabilityPlease says:

        If you were Huber and knew that Ohr was being kept in public service so he could be forced to testify, would you want to interview him before or after that testimony? The smart play would be to wait until after Ohr commits himself and then pick him apart. Also, if Huber had forced Ohr to appear before the grand jury prior to his testimony on the Hill, it’s highly likely that Ohr would have simply declined to answer questions citing the grand jury matter.

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        • Concerned says:

          It’s my understanding that Congress can force any US citizen to testify to include the Ora’s. We know, that Bruce Ora showed up at the hearings with FBI lawyers. These lawyers are not even legally available to him. Legal FBI/DOJ support is not available to fired employees. And, not available to employees testifying before congress.

          The problem with Bruce Ora and his wife. Starts with knowing when they are telling the truth and the complete truth. And, I find it strange don’t you, that Nellie Ora did not testify.

          I do not support the grand jury process, nor even see it, as legal since it does not offer support for the defendant.

          It seems to me, that Bruce Ora and his wife got a better deal, by testifying before Congress since they were not allowed to bring their own lawyers with them, to testify before the grand-jury.

          Was Nellie Ora required not to testify because she is CIA?

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        • So far as the public record goes, there is no indication of any coordination of the sort you describe between the Congressional committees and DOJ OIG. If such is occurring, it’s all in the background. Which means that it is merely speculation.

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      • However, the attempt to protect the DOJ/FBI is secondary to the efforts to protect Clinton and, most importantly, Obama.

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      • farrier105 says:

        I said it months ago–This is a race, or something like a naval surface battle. Whoever can inflict the most damage on the other side the fastest will win. You need to start hammering these people to shut up the media and make the internal spies inside the Administration (someone needs to plug that) pucker about doing anything more.

        In this case, which side has absorbed the most damage?

        This isn’t about Trump. This is about the attempt to turn this government into a banana republic. I would be against this if Groucho Marx had gotten elected because the public was fed up. These criminals have to be stopped. I don’t think much more damage can be absorbed.

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        • I think that is a very good analogy.

          Unfortunately, the Resistance struck first and that means the counter-strike — which has yet to come — would need to be overwhelming in order to reset the direction of battle.

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        • Judith says:

          Whatever happens, you will never “shut up” the media. The painful reality is these jackals are protected by the Constitution.

          The best we can do now is to thoroughly discredit the Enemedia and freeze the assets of those nefarious people working against USA behind the scenes. And we need to fund our own media channels.

          What the free world needs is a new, high-profile ALTERNATIVE to Marxist propaganda. The people are ready.

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      • Louis Genevie says:

        Trump has made bad staffing choices since Day 1, the day he should have fired Comey. His worst decision, however, was not to fire Sessions the moment he recused himself. There were other staffing issues as well, but if these two decisions had been made we would be facing a substantially different political landscape today.

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      • Darren says:

        My theory is that the GOPe was in ‘up to their neck’ in the FISA abuses that plagued the Trump campaign. They were spying on trump’s campaign to get hard data on his supporters and this movement that is threatening their ability to control their constituents. I believe that they were at some level working with the obama administration. Sessions and Mueller are helping to cover up the crime. Lindsey Graham said “sure trump can replace sessions… with anyone else who is going contine with mueller’s investigation.” Their are enough rinos and lefties that give them control in the area of coverup. Add on a complacent media and the only thing left is to watch it happen. Sad!

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        • One surmise I have made is that McCain is implicated in the 20+ pages that are being discussed for release. We know McCain had a hand in some aspect of the material associated with the Steele dossier. It’s possible that POTUS was holding back to avoid embarrassing McCain in case his vote was needed. Now that McCain is gone, his vote is not needed and POTUS can release the unredacted 20+ pages.

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          • farrier105 says:

            McCain was involved in a lot of Obama’s projects, like Lois Lerner going after the Tea Party and other conservative/libertarian groups. It was McCain’s idea.

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        • OldParatrooper says:

          Do you have any evidence of this, or is it just speculation?

          I wouldn’t put it past the Rinos, but haven’t seen any evidence of it myself.

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      • Judith says:

        @Hamburger, if the DOJ cannot effectively investigate DOJ corruption then who can? Hmm

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    • Call me cautiously pessimistic.

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    • Ben Dare says:

      One very important factor that must be considered by all parties engaged is the fact that, PDJT is a “Revolution, Movement,” like America has never seen. This “Movement” is not just a Man in the Oval office. This MAGA Movement is real, unrelenting and they may try and remove PDJT from the WH….but this “Revolution” MAGA is here to stay…its not going anywhere. Its new, its fresh and it involves “US”..all of us !

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      • Judith says:

        This is also a *worldwide* movement. People in other countries have long been suffering while Americans were snoozing. Truth hurts but there it is. Even “Brexit” preceded the Trump years.

        Cities have been burning the world over for decades now. Hostile “regime changes” were installed everywhere. We were led astray by the Enemedia.

        I lamented that Enemedia switcheroo back in the 1980’s when local reporters were “retired” en masse. In fact I think a couple of them comment on these threads. 👋

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    • Impossible says:

      Non=combative, “It’s akin to watching a loved one being destroyed by an evil addiction.” And that loved one is our Nation, this noble and beautiful exemplar of the rule of law and equality of men; the most infuriating part from my standpoint is the penultimate bastion of protection against this corruption, the press, has fallen under the very sway of the corrupt and become their willing prostitutes. And the very last bastion of protection, the people themselves are as the Lotus Eaters, all fallen into a stupor of precarious compliance.

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    • Donna in AZ says:

      That is a very good analogy

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    • Be patient- Trump has it all under control- all will turn out perfectly-as everything up until now has- things are happening out of public view…THIS>>https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1KPh2ASFggwF1XVnVpDB3mtwvwlH71om6
      doesn’t exactly say they are doing nothing- 51,000 SEALED indictments…..in a normal year, attorneys say there are 5,000

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  2. ❌Kel❌ says:

    Imagine this:
    What if you were building a RICO case against the main players of this conspiracy (the uniparty and their last govt).
    1) Would it require 101% secrecy and total silence? (to prevent the uniparty from destroying the grand jury or prosecution team?)
    2) How long would it take to build the airtight case? (1 month, 1 yr, 2 yrs more?)
    3) Would POTUS being doing everything to deflect attention from them? (although he has to keep reassuring his base periodically that everything will turn out ok)

    I have no idea if my ‘hope’ is right…but I do know that if POTUS and his wing of DOJ was actually going after this corruption….it would have to be totally absolutely secret and then BOOM for it to work. So for me, I simply pray for POTUS and his team….and remain a faithful private in his army.

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    • Roberta says:

      Amen to your imaginings. I am trusting the plan and trusting that protective measures for us are in place for when the BOOM you describe comes…these people are incredibly evil and we will need protection.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      My $.02. Sessions, Rosenstein, and Wray are in Save The Institution mode. Additionally, Rosenstein is in Save My Ass mode. So he has two jobs. Not seeing a lot of indictments or even hints of indictments (you know… leaks… which D.C. is so famous for) concerning:
      * McCabe lying — undeniable, no-brainer
      * Glenn Simpson lying — seems to be a no-brainer
      * John Brennan lying — highly likely; just look at his face and the facts
      * James B. Comey lying — seems to be a possibility
      * Christopher Steele lying — don’t ask me, ask Grassley and Graham
      * James Wolfe leaking classified information — uh. duh.
      etc.
      etc.
      etc.
      etc.

      Maybe there’s something super duper secret going on, but I think Save The Institution is the new Truth And Justice.

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      • Jederman says:

        Do you mean their “Save The Institution mode” is directed internally to bolster the internal, day to day operations of DoJ/FBI, or save the institution in the eyes of the public they serve?

        If it’s the former then you would think we’d hear about some policy changes. If it’s the latter, forget about it. Those institutions are done until there is a complete purge of the low life scum bags abusing their authority to overturn a fair election.

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      • Mike says:

        Another question is how much payoff money still comes out of Soros-rich pervs and perps – tech giants-Clinton Foundation machine. Right now we’re still fueling Mueller’s minions with millions.

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    • daizeez says:

      We are used to having everything leaked to the press. The press in our case at this time is as corrupt as the last few administrations. I do trust the President and those around him. I think after listening to Graham’s questioning of Kavanaugh yesterday, it is likely that some of these cases will be tried by military. Some will never be tried at all. Can you imagine the chaos it will cause if FBI 302s are revealed as being altered? Every criminal behind bars put there by these crooked FBI/DOJ will be appealing their cases. As our president has said, ….”complicated business”.

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      • farrier105 says:

        Can you imagine the chaos it will cause if FBI 302s are revealed as being altered?

        There is nothing new about that phenomenon. That is the big problem. It is like lying on FISA warrant applications. If ONE comes out, it will cause a cascade through many, many past cases. They even have a language for it–“Parallel Construction.” How many more have altered 302s (that is really unknown)? How many more involve illegally obtained NSA data? Lots, according to Judicial Watch.

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    • Maryaha says:

      Kel, have you seen the videos that came out a few days ago, with two men who worked in the IC during the election? They discuss what happened in the 2016 election, and they were involved with Admiral Rogers and his trip to Trump Towers in mid-November to inform President Trump of all the corruption that was going on. They knew way back then that Stefan Halper was involved in the scheme. The President has known everything about it all this time, and he has no intention of letting it go. He can’t.

      Here is a thread that tells all about it, and the videos are included in the thread. These two men also give out info about a new website that is going online tomorrow, that will be releasing a lot more of the info they have.

      https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1037013939215892481.html

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    • scorpion99man says:

      I pray that you are right, but I have my doubts.

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    • Judith says:

      POTUS has always said he would *not* telegraph his every move. “Why tell Syria you are pulling out our troops next Tuesday” or something like that. And he’s right. Need to know can be a nail-biter, for sure!

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  3. ATheoK says:

    “so as a matter of investigative position Rosenstein’s activity is technically under IG investigation and he cannot participate therein.”

    Except, Rosenstein has amply demonstrated that he cares naught for legal constraints hindering his personal crusade.
    Rosenstein has wilfully and maliciously lied,
    * doctored evidence,
    * pressured and coached witnesses,
    * placed department officials, e.g. lawyers, within touching distance of department staff giving evidence,
    * actively sought and seeks to impeach Trump.

    Placing or displaying any measure of trust or respect for Rosenstein is akin to trusting a rabid wolf or an aggravated viper. There is only one solution for effectively dealing with rabid wolves.

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    • lawton says:

      Rosenstein not signing FISAs while the IG does his work doesn’t hurt the deep state whatsoever.

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      • Pyrran says:

        Q posted back in August that FISA was now under military control.
        What happens if FISA fails or ‘signers’ cannot be trusted?
        Who signed the CP FISA?
        How do you keep something SECURE & SAFEGUARDED when those at the top of ABC depts are CORRUPT and being REMOVED?
        https://www.army.mil/inscom📁
        https://www.inscom.army.mil📁

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        • Sandra-VA says:

          If “Q” said that in August then he is LYING to you. FISA under military control? That is patently ridiculous and beyond absurd.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          I don’t know about Q, but I read, iirc, that Adm Rodgers put it under miliary jurisdiction prior to his retiring. Can someone verify if it was read here at CTH in an article or comments? This is the only site I read, so I had to have read it here.

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        • farrier105 says:

          Rogers did not put FISA under military control. He would not have the authority to do that, but he did do this prior to his retirement:

          Under Rogers’ watch, the Pentagon’s offensive cyber unit, once reliant on NSA resources and staff, will soon stand on its own and be granted the status of a “unified combatant command,” on par with long-standing military units like Central Command. And by the end of the 2018 fiscal year, Cyber Command is scheduled to reach full operational capability with 6,200 staffers across 133 teams.

          Rogers put created the Cyber Command and separated cyber security operations from the NSA. Rogers can’t touch FISA. That is civilian, not military. The SCOTUS appoints the FISC judges and Senate Judiciary Committee decides on approving them.

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          • Summer says:

            Thank you. Posting malicious Q disinformation is really harming the CTH. There seems to be an organized effort to undermine this site’s credibility.

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            • farrier105 says:

              There was similar disinformation right before the 2016 election. That was from Steve Pieczenik, who told a similar story as that of Q. Pieczenik claimed he had a secret group in intelligence and the military that launched a counter-coup to defeat a Hillary Clinton coup. As late as this past July, Pieczenik was sticking to that story, correcting a Q-influenced Owen Shroyer on Infowars that “The Storm” was already over and that the opposition, including Mueller, are irrelevant. This was the line that caused Infowars to reject my advice in a 1/1/2017 email that a counterattack was needed against the Trump-Russia story. Basically, I was answered with a few lines in the broadcast using my own analogy from the email–We were no longer stuck in Normandy, but were in the streets of Berlin, and the war was almost over.

              Be wary of accepting blue sky predictions from anyone, but most especially from CIA psychological warfare experts like Pieczenik, or anonymous sources like Q, who pretty much have the same back stories.

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    • Pete C. says:

      Good points. Also, Rosenstein refusing to recuse himself from his oversight position of the SC for numerous reasons all here know about.

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    • Y’all Know What Time It Is! says:

      Seems like he’s the one guilty of obstruction of justice along with Sally Yates and a host of others. And why is Samantha Powers never mentioned for heIdidnt do it role in numerous unmaskings?

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      • Ray Van Dune says:

        Yates was among those who counselled Sessions to recuse himself and then refused to execute a lawful directive from her superior, POTUS. Is there some way to nail her for obstruction, and possibly justify a Sessions’ un-recusal?

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      • farrier105 says:

        Powers is the only one to claim those requests were not made by her. Each and every one will have to be checked to determine if they were frauds, and then track down anyone responsible.

        There is no security in that government. None. Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin proved that beyond any doubt.

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  4. Bogeyfree says:

    So what if Admiral Rogers never really retired?

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  5. Haruspex says:

    This investigation will be a dud. Horowitz’s job is to insulate the government. He’ll be able to justify the government actions, but will temper them with cautionary tripe.

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    • Agreed. It’s hard to explain how Mueller’s team of 17 could have accomplished so much in pursuing their (actual) goal of ham-stringing the President and punishing anyone connected to him, while Huber with a team of over 200 investigators has, quite literally, accomplished nothing with bringing the perpetrators of an ongoing coup d’etat to court.

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      • lawton says:

        I still have some faint hope but I am losing it quickly. There is no excuse for Huber to not have even talked to these clowns yet.

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        • farrier105 says:

          Huber is evaluating whether cases need to be opened about Uranium One and FISC abuses, which presently Horowitz is investigating. I have an article from Judicial Watch about Huber. I’m scanning it in this weekend. Neither is a major investigation by Huber at this time. Huber is to recommend if either of them should become open cases handled by a USA or Special Counsel.

          Now, as to Huber not interviewing the undercover operative in Uranium One: This individual has been interviewed many times over the course of that case, and now has submitted to interrogatives by Congressional committees. It is very likely that Huber will not HAVE him interviewed until something comes up in the review of the case that merits follow-up with the witness. There are many resources in the form of FD-302s, investigative inserts, and transcripts of interrogatives with this witness to provide much of the information Huber would need.

          Huber would not be conducting most interviews. These reviews were handed to Assistant Us Attorneys and, most likely, LEADS will be assigned to FBI agents as it is doubtful these will be treated as cases since the possibility of the agent earning “stats” from working on these reviews is remote. The reports will move upward to Huber, and be forwarded to Sessions. It is unknown how long this will take. The case file alone for Uranium One must be lengthy.

          FISC abuses are likely waiting for Horowitz. THIS IS NOT A CRIMINAL CASE YET, and the Salt Lake City office is an active one. Criminal cases will continue to be given priority, unless Sessions wants Huber to step on the gas.

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      • Pete C. says:

        Huber hasn’t interviewed Bruce Ohr, the FBI informant on Uranium One, et al. So who has he been talking to — Mittens Romney?

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        • I think the problem is the ‘report’ concept.

          You can continue to elaborate and extend a ‘report’ almost indefinitely. There are always new facts to uncover.

          However, we don’t need every single malefactor tied up in a nice little legal bow.

          What’s needed is a few public indictments of even low-level malefactors.

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      • Mike says:

        We need to have an overnight flush, load ’em onto an A380 to Diego Garcia, and go find MH370.

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    • Ben Dare says:

      The IG is the place where crimes disappear !

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  6. Seem the only ‘shovel-ready’ jobs Obama created where the one’s trying to bury DJT.

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  7. bhruska123 says:

    Trump is priming the pump. He won’t do any radical declassification or other moves until after the SCOTUS vote. Again, the Dems are shooting all their ammo way early in the election cycle. Trump hasn’t even started yet.

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    • dawg says:

      Yeah I was starting to think he would declassify tomorrow. But now Im inclined to think you have to wait until after the SCOTUS vote, then dump.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        There is no need to declassify. Trump can order (not tweet) the DOJ/FBI to immediately provide all records requested by Congress, in unredacted form. Congress while still repub majority, should immediately find all /FBI personnel withholding records in contempt. All Republican donors should stop contributing, including to Trump, until this happens, and say why.

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        • Mike says:

          The most powerful Deep State record cleaner of all….
          “my dog ate it”

          How many times has this worked for DNC, Clintons, etc.

          Someone needs to seize records at gunpoint and lock facilities down with no exit for a few weeks or months – like the military units missing weapons.

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  8. Targysan says:

    We’re well beyond the point of hanging people.

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  9. Greg says:

    I read somewhere that a Senator or Representitive could go to the floor and read every word of the 20 redacted pages into the record without any consqences. The 20 pages would then would be public. I can’t remember if its just one house or both can do this but it can be done without the President.

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  10. Phil aka Felipe says:

    “The issue of Rod Rosenstein being under IG investigation and possibly recused from current FISA procedures is not really a big deal.”

    Sundance, I agree with you.

    Also, it is not really a big deal whether or not Huber has interviewed diGenova and his wife’s client about Uranium One and Mueller’s culpability in it.

    Why do I say this?

    Well, think about all the consternation surrounding ‘Russian Collusion Investigation’. Add to it all the noise being made surrounding the Kavanaugh hearings, the hearings about ‘social media’ and the controversy swirling around the Kaepernick and Nike promo “Believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything”.

    So, I take a step back and look at all this. It seems just about everyone in DC are either incompetent clowns, corrupt politicians and bureaucrats, or evil puppet masters. Hardly any of them are serious about their oath, to protect and defend the Constitution from enemies, foreign and domestic. It appears to be nothing but lip service from them.

    Here is what is A BIG DEAL. The oath to protect and defend the Constitution IS A BIG DEAL to our U.S. Military. They DO “Believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything”; THEY HAVE AND THEY WILL.

    We have a Commander-In-Chief that is “sacrificing everything” and the men and women in the military under his command that are as well in defense of this Republic and the Constitution.

    The evidence is eventually going to come to light as it is written, “Therefore judge nothing before the time, until the Lord come, who both will bring to light the hidden things of darkness, and will make manifest the counsels of the hearts: and then shall every man have praise of God.” 1 Cor 4:5

    Until then, we have a U.S. Military and Commander-In-Chief that have taken their oaths seriously to protect us and the Constitution, A BIG DEAL.

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    • Rock Knutne says:

      Phil –
      Yahtzee!

      Well said.

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    • Judith says:

      I agree with you Phil. Obola embarassed the military and replaced the brass with morons who paraded their men around in high heels because “sensitivity training.” If I were “Rambo” I’d be spitting bullets and taking names. No doubt about that.

      There’s a new Commander-in-Chief in town. These seditious conspirators are going DOWN. Big time.

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      • Judith says:

        We have an extremely patriotic military right now. Why do you think Deep State is so anxious to start a war to kill them all off and leave us unprotected?

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  11. Jimmney says:

    Here’s what frustrates me. Majority of the corrupt FBI,Hillaryand other senators all still have their security clearances. With all the other strings they have in the swamp. They know exactly where everything is at with Huber and Horowitz.

    Just look at how many people are working under Huber and Horwitz. How many people In DC out of a 100 people do you think are white hats/black hats.

    All the main players(Hillary FBI etc) have access or a mole letting them know exactly what’s being found. Of course they are not going to leak any of it. It’s golden nuggets for them. They get with the press and start a counter narrative. Yada yada..

    We the American people are the only ones in the dark of what’s really going on right now. This should all be played out with full transparency. Everyone knows except us!

    Also the FBI that lies under oath should have already been arrested. Start small end big. Put problems on their plate till it’s full. While charging them to eat their own dirt! Rant over good day treepers.

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  12. Rock Knutne says:

    Jimney –
    “Everyone knows except us!”

    Maybe President Trump will call you this week and let you in on his plan to bring down the crooks in the deep state.

    I’m sure you can keep a secret.

    I think I’m gonna go have a good cry…he didn’t tell me either.

    /s

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    • Jimmney says:

      Rock, If you think the key players in this whole corrupt mess doesn’t know exactly what’s being found out.I would say. Blahhahaha If you think their isn’t moles in both Huber’s and Horowitz council. Well you must think all the hundereds of people they found are white hats. President Trump can not single handily take theses people down.. Please tell me also why the People in the FBI who lied under oath have not been charged? Lied as caught 100 percent..

      I don’t expect the President to call me..What I’m stating is transparency is what it’s going to take to get things done.. Personally after Horowitz last report.. I’m not expecting much from his next.
      As far as Huber well I have some hope. Other than that that’s all we got to hope for right now. I know what Trump wants, he wants to drain the swamp. Yet all The Dino’s/Rhinos/black hats they want to live and let live.. Last fact The FBI is not going to investigate itself.. This gets nowhere without transparency..IMHO other than that I’m not going to argue with you. I got my option you got yours. Agree to disagree,is just fine with me. Good day.

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  13. Special Agent Man says:

    As an IG investigator, I worked cases that were presented before federal grand juries. I worked directly with the AUSA and often made presentations to the grand jury myself. I too, am very concerned that we have not seen ANY indictments from Huber’s efforts, despite enormous evidence of criminal activity. I am beginning to move over to the pessimist side …we would be better served with a new AG.

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  14. It’s literally astonishing to me that Bruce Ohr’s testimony, under oath, before Congress revealed that Robert Mueller’s deputy, Andrew Weissman is part of an investigation into a matter- collusion- which is a fabrication he helped to create. If these people don’t go down- we have no country, and our government is no longer legitimate. It’s every man for himself.

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    • Concerned says:

      In support of your position. I would like to offer the following, short 7 minute video.

      I believe, this video helps to bring into sharper focus the current nature of the SC Mueller. Mueller and his chief of staff Andrew Weissman are corrupt handy men for purchase.

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  15. Concerned says:

    Question: who is paying the bill for Mueller and his chief of staff Andrew Weissman, this time?

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  16. Curt says:

    Sessions appointed Huber. Sessions is a joke. Huber is his joker in residence. Huber accomplishes nothing. Huber is a political placebo. The American people are being denied justice by their own Justice Department. The American people are helpless and have no recourse. The DOJ and FBI are out of control and act with impunity. There, in reality, are no checks and balances. This is now, and has been for some time, the new standard. Our Republic is in grave danger…

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  17. Curt says:

    If you want to “really” understand how evil and dirty Andrew Weissman is then read Sidney Powell’s book, “LICENSED TO LIE”. Due to Weissman’s illegal activities the Supreme Court has overturned some of his most important cases. In one instance 9-0! The Senator Ted Stevens prosecution was a travesty…………

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  18. David K. Peers says:

    The longer this drags on with nothing, absolutely nothing happening I feel all these theories and connect the dots conclusions have no more validity than the QAnon nonsense.

    You know what? Maybe nothing conspiratorial happened at all. Maybe less than bright people (it’s been covered off about the FBI senior level cronyism) made a lot of less than bright decisions. When we create a Deep State / Shadow Government conspiracy atmosphere all of the actions taken by DoJ types will look like a vast conspiracy.

    Look at the facts that are out in public. There aren’t any of any significance. Trump’s campaign got surveilled and investigated differently than Clinton’s many ‘fiascos’. That’s basically it.

    Look at the actions, responses, testimonies and attitudes of the senior justice dept officials: they all have one thing in common. They are generally non-plussed about things and certainly don’t seem hellbent to change things in their respective departments.

    Sessions – meh
    Rosenstein – meh
    Wray – meh
    Coates – meh
    FISA court judges – meh
    Even Trump – meh, I may have to get involved with getting these documents. Really? You might want to since it’s your presidency on the line.

    Or maybe it’s not and we all love a good mystery game.

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    • dawg says:

      “Trump’s campaign got surveilled and investigated differently than Clinton’s many ‘fiascos’. That’s basically it.”

      Thats it? Thats everything. Thats Venezuela, Cuba and North Korea all rolled into one.

      America didnt become the greatest country in the world by ignoring tyranny like that.

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  19. tav says:

    Yesterday upon a stair
    I saw a man who wasn’t there
    He wasn’t there again today
    O how, I wish Jeff Sessions would go away

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  20. dawg says:

    “Trump’s campaign got surveilled and investigated differently than Clinton’s many ‘fiascos’. That’s basically it.”

    Thats it? Thats everything. Thats Venezuela, Cuba and North Korea all rolled into one.

    America didnt become the greatest country in the world by ignoring tyranny like that.

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  21. rmstock says:

    Fox News has censured the Hannity – Wednesday, September 5 broadcast and pulled the Joe diGenova, Gregg Jarrett and Sara Carter segment : http://video.foxnews.com/v/5831449030001/ which is now only 19:38 long with former Trump lead counsel John M. Dowd about Bob Woodward’s new book, “Fear.”

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  22. If the documents are released I got a feeling it’ll indite the British.

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