Sunday Talks: Senator Lindsey Graham Interviewed by Maria Bartiromo…

Senator Lindsey Graham appears on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to discuss all things swampy.  Thankfully Mrs. Bartiromo calls out President Obama for the gobsmacking projection within in his accusation that President Trump is politicizing the Department of Justice.

Additionally, Senator Graham renews his request for a special counsel to investigate the FBI and DOJ conduct during the prior administration; along with support for the declassification of documents. [The Declassification Conundrum]

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The declassification issue is easy to see: the “sources and methods” are corrupt.  The sources are “journalists and unlawful FBI/NSA database searches”, and the methods are “government leaks to media and the dossier author, Chris Steele”.

AG Jeff Sessions, DAG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray are protecting the “sources and methods” because they do not want the American people to see how easy it is for the DOJ and FBI to fabricate and actually manufacture evidence.  Collectively they are trying to protect their beloved and corrupt institutions from exposure.  It all goes back to the FISA exploitation and database abuse.  =>THIS<= is what must be kept secret.

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245 Responses to Sunday Talks: Senator Lindsey Graham Interviewed by Maria Bartiromo…

  1. Redheart says:

    It sure would be nice if we had and AG that was investigating all this.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Teagan says:

      It sure would be nice if Trump supporters had a little faith in him.

      Liked by 15 people

      • Cpdesert says:

        Yeah well we’re 60 days from the midterms and there will be no announcements by Sessions of any so-called investigation, and the Dems have high likelihood of taking back the house. Then what? Say bye bye to any justice being done.

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        • fightthepols says:

          Every day that goes by that this is not fully exposed to the American people is dangerous for President Trump. They can make up anything they want or go back as far as they want to find something, anything and voila!- grounds for impeachment! It needs to be stopped and shut-down now by full exposure. We have waited long enough.

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          • Releasing documents would not be the same as the DOJ indicting people ,expect to see massive document dumps

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            Impeachments don’t really need grounds. It is political (not legal) and those inclined will make up grounds—–if they think it will be to their political advantage.

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            • GB Bari says:

              It is both amazing AND disappointing that so many people who post here (and on other conservative sites), who either claim or strongly imply some sort of faith & trust in the President, completely miss that very obvious point.

              It has been repeated for a long time on talk shows and news shows and on blogs and websites that “impeachment” does not require any violations of laws or ethics. It is used improperly by a political group (in this case the unhinged democrats) to take revenge (for winning the election) against their nemesis, in this case the President.

              There isn’t one thing the President can do to stop the deranged Democrats from pushing impeachment if they manage to re-take the House in November. They will find whatever excuse they need to try and shame this president and ruin his political power. Even if it passes the House, it won’t get past the Senate, so it won’t do anything but make the Democrats look even worse than they do now.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Where does this “high likelihood of dems taking back the house” come from?
          Media polls touting a ‘blue wave’ are as spurious as accounts of dem voter “enthusiasm”.
          When your winning, don’t f*ck it up!
          IF enemies are able to come up with ANYTHING with any impact to throw at DJT, during the next 60 days, he has a while plethora of material to use, to counterpunch.
          However, what could they POSSIBLY have, that isn’t more of the same stuff they’ve been throwing, that hasn’t stuck?
          I simply find such pessimism, …incomprehensible.

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          • Super Elite says:

            Since Obama flouted the tradition of ex-Presidents not getting involved in mid-term elections, why can’t Trump flout the tradition of the Justice Department not bringing charges within 60-90 days of an election?

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            • spren says:

              This “tradition” keeps being spouted but its not true. On the weekend just before the 1992 election, Bush’s Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger was indicted by Special Prosecutor Lawrence Walsh on charges related to the Iran Contra scandal. This cost GHW Bush the election against Bill Clinton. Shortly after the election, a judge threw out the charges against Weinberger. Dirty tricks are a staple of the Democrat Party.

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              • johneb18 says:

                Bush 41 was never winning that election. “Read my lips…” is what did him in. Didn’t matter Congress had a gun to his head, but taxes were raised, he ‘lied’ and he was done for…

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                • Pa Hermit says:

                  Ross Perot was a big factor in that election. This was the start of the landslide of the NWO debacle. Hard to fathom Reagan choosing him as a VP running mate!

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            • Pa Hermit says:

              Why doesn’t POTUS “Unlock” those files that are dripping with evidence of foul play? If David Axelrod could do it for Obama in a state Senate campaign, turn about is fair play. Live by the sword, die by the sword!

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        • cozette says:

          Sessions publically acknowledged 6 months ago that hed SECRETLY appointed Huber who is outside of the Swamp to prosecute the DC criminals. He has vastly more power than any SC as he has a staff of at least 470 compared to Muellers 20. Plus he is coordinating with the OIGS, including Horowitz. For Sessions to comment further until Huber believes he can SUCCESSFULLY prosecute the entire criminal network and unseals warrants and makes arrests would be illegal and strategically stupid. Control of Congress has ZERO to do with Hubers prosecutions which is as it should be.

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          • rbrtsmth says:

            Huber has access to Sessions pool of 470 staff. I would guess, if Huber is doing what we hope he is doing, his staff is significantly larger than Mueller’s, but nowhere near close to a majority amount of Sessions available staff.

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          • Dee says:

            Sorry, but his last report went no where. I am losing faith that anyone in the swamp has any ethics or morals. There must be 1 agent who will come forward if not America is in way more trouble than thought.

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          • This is wishful thinking. Huber was appointed by Obama. Our great AG Sessions thought he would look good and be bipartisan if he appointed a democrat.

            I know folks here want it to be so, I do as well. But republicans are the stupid party and Sessions is an example. Instead, look at how democrats operate. They protect their own and don’t trust republicans. They bring a gun to a fight and we bring mittens.

            Huber is investigating a few leaks. He won’t touch anything that would hurt democrats. He is part of Obama DOJ. If I hear “straight shooter” anymore by wishful thinking republicans I will spit my coffee out and throw up. So please spare me.

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          • Trump Train says:

            HE must be the worst prosecuter ever then as there is enough evidence just in the public domain to prosecute and convict these traitors…………….

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          • farrier105 says:

            “Sessions publically acknowledged 6 months ago that hed SECRETLY appointed Huber who is outside of the Swamp to prosecute the DC criminals.”

            No, that was not what Huber was instructed to do. Huber was instructed to review the Uranium One case and the FISA abuse allegations as Horowitz does the IG investigation, which is not yet completed. I have posted the link to Sessions’ letter to Congress describing Huber’s assignment. There is nothing wrong with this, it is just not the kind of investigation Mueller is doing. That is a criminal investigation under auspices of a grand jury. This is only a “review” or “evaluation” of two matters under past investigation (Uranium One) and contemporaneous investigation, FISA by Horowitz. That is all. Huber is not prosecuting at this time. Huber will make RECOMMENDATIONS for such actions when the WORK OF HIS SALT LAKE CITY OFFICE on this review is concluded.

            “He has vastly more power than any SC as he has a staff of at least 470 compared to Muellers 20.”

            Huber, in the nature of this assignment from Sessions, does NOT have Mueller’s power. He has no grand jury, which is required for federal felony investigation, and this is not–NOT– a prosecution. Huber is the USA for Salt Lake City. In this review, he will use his own staff, who have actual PROSECUTIONS to work at the same time. You can guess which will–and SHOULD–get priority–the prosecutions, not the review, unless Sessions orders Huber to step on the gas with Uranium One. Horowitz controls the speed on FISA.

            Now, as to Huber not interviewing informant Campbell in the Uranium One review, Campbell has been interviewed many times since the original case opened, and has recently been called to interrogatives before Congressional committees. The chance of Huber, or anyone else, interviewing Campbell, with all of that recorded testimony, is remote unless investigation uncovers more evidence that has not been addressed by Campbell. Huber will most likely not interview anyone personally. What Huber has most likely done is assign one AUSA (Assistant US Attorney) to each review, Uranium One and FISA. Those AUSAs will send a lead to the FBI Field Office in Salt Lake, who will send the lead on to Washington DC Field Office, or the field office covering the residence of the witness to be interviewed, and the FBI agent assigned to the interview will do it and write the subsequent FD-302, which will be edited by the agent’s squad supervisor, pushed up to ASAC and SAC, and out to Huber and Huber’s AUSA. That is how it will likely work, only with modern communications, not the Postal Service, typewriters, etc. It will be faster in that way.

            “For Sessions to comment further until Huber believes he can SUCCESSFULLY prosecute the entire criminal network and unseals warrants and makes arrests would be illegal and strategically stupid.”

            Since Huber is not working as the lead prosecutor in either of these cases, the above analysis does not follow. Also, as there is no grand jury, there are no indictments, sealed or otherwise. As there are no indictments, there are no sealed warrants. Indictment is probable cause, which precedes obtaining a warrant. Therefore, there is no strategy for making any arrests as there can be no arrest warrants.

            Below is a link to the letter originally assigning Huber to this task of reviewing Uranium One and FISA abuse.

            https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/4426668-AG-Letter-Re-IG-and-Huber-Reviews.html

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        • TPW says:

          Oh yes Sessions announced investigations……only its his party he is investigating…..I think Sessions is now hoping the Dems take back the house…..that would put an end to finding the DOJ FBI guilty…..

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        • Marko says:

          Sessions is such a total disaster….all this time wasted….there could have been multiple indictments months ago if we had a real AG.

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        • Rachel Guess says:

          Au contraire! The fact that everyone knows what the liberals have in mind as their agenda, ie to kill the investigations into the wrongdoings of obumblers administration and the weaponization of the federal alphabet agencies, will not only motivate but ensure that every conservative, independent and libertarian shows up at the polls this November.

          Remember to make your own ‘+1 One More’ campaign by bringing at least one person with you to vote that either hasn’t voted in several years or a new voter to ensure that the Red Wave this fall will be talked about for decades to come…:)

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        • With all due respect, the dems have about as much chance of taking the house as the pacific ocean drying up by November. I live in flyover country, and a blue state to boot, and even I know the MAGA agenda is rolling strong and we are going to turn RED!
          This Presidency, this President, and this nation is under the protecting hand of GOD. Who can stand against us?
          Just as the Jews lost faith in the desert even as this same hand of GOD brought them forth with great power and mighty deeds, so too will be HIS victory in November.
          Do not lose faith, rather pray in earnest and watch what the power of our LORD will accomplish!
          Lets avoid wandering in the desert another 40 yrs. KEEP THE FAITH!

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          • MightyMustardSeed says:

            Thank you Doug. We’ve sure been lost and wandering, in a dry place for the last 30 years.

            Sounds like the ‘good’ report to the doubters:
            Only do not rebel against the Lord; and do not fear the people of the land, for they will be our prey. Their protection has been removed from them, and the Lord is with us; do not fear them.”

            Please keep up the encouragement — we need the reminders.

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          • Hope says:

            There is still a threat of vote fraud. Unless President Trump puts in safeguards at the local level, hackers will hack. This is war and the deep state will do whatever they think will work. Just sayin’.

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        • dawg says:

          “……. and the Dems have high likelihood of taking back the house.”

          ??
          Id suggest you turn off the TV

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        • freak4life says:

          The US Senate will still be doing their investigations, all hope is not lost, remember polls are meaningless.

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      • peace says:

        It’s very difficult to have a little faith in Sessions when Trump doesn’t have a little faith in him.

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        • Teagan says:

          Clarification…would be nice if Trump supporters would have a little faith in him (Trump).
          Personally, I don’t care if you don’t like Sessions, Pompaeo, Mattis, etc. I don’t care if you don’t trust Ivanka or Jared, or Kellyann…the important thing is that apparently POTUS does right now.

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            POTUS and Sessions are working in concert. Approximately 15 upper FBI/DOJ people have resigned/been fired/ resigned and are cooperating witnesses to cases being prepared. Who do you think is signing off on all these personnel changes?

            It was leaked that McCabe is being investigated by a Grand Jury. Whether others are has not been leaked. It protects Sessions to have him seen by MSM and the Dems and other leftists to be at odds with the POTUS they all despise. VSG is essentially taking the “slings and arrows” for his AG like he does us.

            UNTIL the hammer is ready. POTUS has declassification papers (for the 20 pages of FISA) in hand and will be dropped when HE decides. He will not be constrained by “60 days” rule for this, and Huber is talking to Ohr etc. if you believe the Q+ team. He is waiting for the call to get louder—-which is now happening. So we will see.

            WH is NOT in chaos and I have an idea they know within one or two who wrote the Op Ed.
            Our Lion is NOT in a WH full of traitors. He is well protected by people who would put their lives on the line for him..

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            • TPW says:

              So I guess Sessions investigating the 2 Republicans is a ploy as well to lull Dims into false security…..or to make Sessions look fair when he lowers the hammer…..boy this theory is getting hard to swallow…..

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            • Countrywatch says:

              I agree, NC Patriot. For those doubting Sessions, see the threads and listen to the videos by Praying Medic on the Praying Medic blog. They are excellent, and emphasise the complexities of what is going on, and the need for certain actors to play particular roles, in order to confound the deep state.

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              • Marko says:

                oh boy another 64D chess analysis to explain why Sessions has been letting Trump and his associates get hung out to dry by Mueller.

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                • farrier105 says:

                  The most interesting move by Mueller right now is to haul Jerome Corsi, the Q decoder (I think he charges for that now) to the grand jury for testimony about eccentric Roger Stone’s contacts with fake Russian hacker Guccifer 2.0. I don’t know how that one will be explained.

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            • farrier105 says:

              Approximately 15 upper FBI/DOJ people have resigned/been fired/ resigned and are cooperating witnesses to cases being prepared. Who do you think is signing off on all these personnel changes?

              No one “signs off” on resignations. The people just leave. Sessions can’t stop them.

              It protects Sessions to have him seen by MSM and the Dems and other leftists to be at odds with the POTUS they all despise. VSG is essentially taking the “slings and arrows” for his AG like he does us.

              Sessions is not protected by any secrecy now. For months, all over the Internet, Q people have discussed this in post after post. Not just here, but all over the place, You Tube, Bit Chute, Twitter, various Web site, and the Q decoders blab about it. If this conspiracy theory is true, the “secret plan” is open source information now, which means all the anti-Trump people know about it. Mueller has called “Doctor Corsi,” Q decoder for hire, to the grand jury to be grilled about eccentric Trump associate and Infowars commentator, Roger Stone. Nothing slows MUELLER down, does it?

              Since the FBI once had an open investigation about Q because of the “Boom, Boom” stuff on his cryptic posts, I think more than one agent has been perusing Q Web sites, You Tube channels, etc. and know all about this stuff. Besides, the NSA collects all of it as in “Trump has all of this.”

              So does the Deep State.

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          • davidb says:

            @ Teagan…..You have no idea who he trusts. You are just speculating just as Peace is, but Trump has tweeted statements for Peace to base his opinion on.

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            • Cumbaya says:

              …and what makes one think that PDJT isn’t presenting a fake narrative to get the media and others to defend Sessions. There have been numerous articles by the media in the last week+ defending JS. Reading the attached about PDJT’s approach is eye opening; i.e. “As the world’s foremost military strategist, Sun Tzu can be helpful in evaluating the very quality that baffles the media: Trump is a gamesman. It is a venerable talent practiced for centuries on the battlefield as well as blackjack tables, treaty rooms, and the Oval Office.”

              https://thunderbird.asu.edu/knowledge-network/suntzu-trump-doctrine

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              • TPW says:

                Boy I hope you are right……

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                • Fools Gold says:

                  Trump promised to drain the swamp, rebuild our economy, nominate supreme constitutional judges and build the wall. He’s damn sure doing his part so I will continue to do mine! In my mind Trump want allow Sessions to start rounding up and arresting these rats until after midterms and it makes sense to me. Why would he do that right now before midterms? We just need to make it easy for Trump to do by handing him the majority again for another 2 years.

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            • cozette says:

              Ive found it interesting that negative comments about Sessions that POTUS tweets are quotes of what others say. I’m unconcerned. We’re at war. POTUS knows this. Hes a master at the Art of War so he understands victory requires deception. Ive read the book too so I view whats going on as a real life Game of Thrones/suspense thriller and rrealize I won’t truly know whats going on until the war has been won. I enjoy the mental stimulation involved in trying to accurately guess the truth behind the disinfo but I certainly dont wear myself out with worry. I trust God and believe in President Trump and his team of patriots. I sleep like and baby every night and wake up with a smile on my face every morning. MAGA is fueled by high energy, hope and optimism.

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        • Countrywatch says:

          That is all for show. there is role playing going on here, and for good reason. Sessions has his role, which is exactly what President Trump wants him to do. Sessions has fulfilled, and is fulfilling exactly what President Trump has planned. It has been imperative that the deep state believed that Sessions was on their side.

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      • 1gandydancer says:

        It sure would be nice if Trump deserved “faith”, but Rosenstein still has a job after approving the Carter Page FISA warrant application without reading it, so he doesn’t.

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        • Southern Son says:

          And There it Is!
          “President Trump Doesn’t Deserve Faith or Trust”.
          I Forcefully Disagree with you!
          You are just a fool, sowing Disunity and Turmoil, on account of your Selfish Dissatisfaction.
          You don’t deserve to be in Our Foxhole!
          You are allowing Enemedia(this includes Many at faux nooz) to shape your opinion, to the detriment of the Truth Movement.
          Rosie and Mueller are Done!
          It came out this week, that Rosie is being Investigated, so He will Recuse or Be Recused.
          This will prove Mueller is at least as Conflicted, as P45 has been telling Us.
          Odd, how you believe him when he is Misleading the Enemy, but Don’t believe him, when he is talking Directly to Us.

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      • RICHARD KEESLING says:

        I THINK TRUMP PROTESTS TOO MUCH….THAT IS, MAYBE SESSIONS IS WORKING ON INDICTMENTS OUT OF THE SUNLIGHT????? THE “FIGHT” BETWEEN THE TWO APPEARS TO BE JUST A LITTLE TOO OBVIOUS TO ME.

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        • covfefe_USA says:

          Duh.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          Richard, how long are you willing to wait to find out if you’re right? Time is of the essence here. God forbid, we could see a Dem President in 2020. Gotta get stuff down NOW. We need an aggressive AG, FBI Director, and more to drain the swamp at max rate.

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          • RICHARD KEESLING says:

            I’M WITH YOU. THE ENTIRE SESSIONS DEAL JUST DOESN’T SEEM KOSHER.

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          • Rhoda R says:

            So run for President and win. Until then, our CURRENT President is either 1) running this show to his own schedule or 2) an incompetent dupe who doesn’t have the back bone to fight for an AG to support his agenda. I’ll take Door #1, thank you, until and unless a LOT more evidence comes to light that #2 is the reality…At which time I’ll sit Shiva for the US.

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      • MAGADJT says:

        I’d love to have faith in him, believe me. If anyone thinks at this point, that he is going to jump out with a big “gotcha” and bring the whole house down, I suggest you get to the nearest casino and put all your money on red 18. That’s probably about the same chance you have, as hoping against hope that a justice miracle will occur.

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      • squid2112 says:

        It sure would be nice if Trump supporters had a little faith in him.

        Sorry, but I don’t operate on “faith”

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      It also sure wound be nice if Lindsey Graham would be asked what the hell was going on during his kiss-kiss exchange with Huma Weiner at the McCain funeral. It was a most compelling 3.5 minutes. Generals Mattis and Kelly kept a close watch on Lindsey so much so that Lindsey stepped up to whisper something to Kelly, perhaps an explanation? A woman 2 rows behind Graham’s right should puts in an earbud attached to a hand held recorder or transmitter of some type as Huma and Lindsey begin their exchange of whispers, tender glances and kisses. The whole thing looked entirely suspicious, it’s on YouTube and several websites, yet nobody is asking Lindsey about it. Apparently, he’s so enthralled with keeping the Mueller thing going, we really shouldn’t distract him.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        It seems the Dems’ latest tactic is to cause suspicion. The NY Op Ed author used the word “lodestar” which is something Pence says, an obvious ploy to make people think the trator is Pence. Huma was probably instructed to run up to Lindsey Graham to make him look like he’s part of la resistance.

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      • jessetmims says:

        @ farmhand1927… Re: Graham’s kiss-kiss exchange with Huma Weiner at the McCain funeral

        Maybe, he was assuring Huma that he had no intention of trying to steal her marriage-of-convenience husband, Anthony Weiner, away from her…

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “The whole thing looked entirely suspicious, it’s on YouTube and several websites, yet nobody is asking Lindsey about it”

        Thanks for giving me the reason to post this song:

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      • Jan says:

        I’ll keep an eye out for the video. I didn’t know Lindsey’s hot on Muslim women. Another reason to distrust him–actually every day there is another reason to distrust him & sometimes more than once on the same day. He’s definitely Uniparty. And he’s no friend to the President.

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    • See SOLUTION below.
      Scoops ALL the perps.
      Declassifies ALL we need as well.

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      • singingsoul says:

        I am wondering why some people are invested in Session who has done sqat concerning the rott in the DOJ and FBI.
        President Trump could not be clearer how he feels of the failure by Session and still people refuse to hear.
        That reminds me of liberals who do not see nor hear the failure Obama was.
        I Guess sometimes we are set in our way just as Session does not see he evil hid department is.

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    • tav says:

      Yesterday upon the stairs
      I saw a man who wan’t there
      He wasn’t there again today
      Oh how I wish Jeff Sessions would go away

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      • Elle says:

        Halfway down the stairs is a stair where i sit, there isn’t any other stair quite like it.
        i’m not at the bottom, i’m not at the top;
        so this is the stair where I always stop.

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    • Newton Love says:

      Mr Magoo is so recused, that he can’t even direct anyone to review Brett Kavanaugh’s opinions from the last decade on the Federal Bench.

      The Usurper D-AG Rosenstain had to order himself to direct the review, as a service to his (D) Party Masters.

      Can Mr Magoo wipe himself after using the toilette, or is he recused from that, too?

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  2. Victor Laszlo says:

    I’d say it goes back to Hillary using the FBI as a data mining operation, when bubba was the president

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  3. Trent Telenko says:

    The declassification issue is easy to see: the “sources and methods” are corrupt. The sources are “journalists and unlawful FBI/NSA database searches”, and the methods are “government leaks to media and the dossier author, Chris Steele”.

    AG Jeff Sessions, DAG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray are protecting the “sources and methods” because they do not want the American people to see how easy it is for the DOJ and FBI to fabricate and actually manufacture evidence.

    Burn it all down.

    FISA Delenda Est

    America will either have political freedom or it will have a FISA caused revolution, with no guarantee of political freedom afterwards.

    There is no middle ground on this.

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    • davidb says:

      @ Trent….you could post that statement every other post, and many here would continue to completely IGNORE what SD writes, and blather their opinions as fact.

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      • Cumbaya says:

        Do you still believe in ‘TheBigUgly’ that SD pushed for 1+ years, just wondering ! As good as SD is, he’s not infallible.

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        • cozette says:

          BINGO. I respect research with sources provided. However when someone has an opinion that requires the ability to read a strangers mind and that opinion is stated as FACT I just say a prayer for the opiner and skim on. I think for myself. I research for myself. I trust myself. I do NOT think I can read minds.

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        • Because of new information, people flipping and singing and an ever changing globalist corruption cabal, the “Big Ugly” may have been modified. What is not going to change is the deepest determination of our VSG to make sure the trash is taken out.

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        • The Big Ugly is not necessarily prosecutions.

          The Big Ugly is the unmaking of all of these corrupt people–massive exposure of the Fedcoats, and this began several months back.

          So yes, I still agree with the Big Ugly. I have watched it unfold, today I’m still watching it and will into the future.

          It took 50 years to build the swamp and it will not be drained in a matter of months.

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    • TPW says:

      “FISA caused revolution” …….Gotta have a day of retribution. This whole FISA NSA thing has to go. They will learn and never be caught again. When they use this power against a lone citizen it is a David and Goliath scenario. Never again will we have so many citizens up in arms to go after this massive way to abuse power.

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    • tav says:

      “FISA Delenda Est”
      Deus vult!

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  4. parteagirl says:

    Lou Dobbs asked this weekend what could possibly be the delay for releasing the unreacted documents. I can imagine one possible reason: the documents implicate enough Republicans that it could affect the balance of Congressional power? Just a thought.

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    • Greg1 says:

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/09/07/the-declassification-conundrum/

      That’ll explain it. Sundance is excellent at providing clarity.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      More than a thought, a fact. As stated many times before, timing is everything. PDJT will release each piece of evidence at the appropriate time. Maybe about one member here, one member there.

      Watch the Kavanaugh vote, then the vote on appropriations then the midterms. After the midterms a big data drop. Corrupt members of the House and Senate will be voting to cover their corrupt behinds.

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    • fightthepols says:

      “Lou Dobbs asked this weekend what could possibly be the delay for releasing the unreacted documents. I can imagine one possible reason: the documents implicate enough Republicans that it could affect the balance of Congressional power?”

      Yes, I think so. President Trump may want to get the Kavanaugh appointment done while the Republican Senators’ reputations are still intact.

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    • dd_sc says:

      I’m sure that is part of it. Some key RINOs would be taken down too.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Could also be a reason for NOT having a vote for a new Speaker, now.
      Wait till ‘ new Congress in Jan. when many Rinos will be flushed?

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    • Getting Our newest Supreme Court Judge confirmed.

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    • Deplorable Patriot says:

      Perjury traps are being set. If the documents are unredacted, the people who are being interviewed and deposed and had anything to do with their development have a script to use when under oath whether that’s the way they remember it happening or not.

      Not all of the swamp creatures are out strictly to protect themselves and their friends and the methods.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        The people who are being interviewed and deposed….
        WROTE the documents, HANDLED them and/or were READ IN.
        They know EXACTLY what’s in them.

        That includes the media to whom they were leaked a year and a half ago.

        They already have their counter-narrative prepared for Trump’s eventual release of them: “Obstruction of Justice!” and
        “Threat to National Security ( ala The Nunes Memo) by the kook in the Oval”

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  5. Tall Texan says:

    “Sources and methods.” This is exactly what the Designated Liar meant when she cited Obama’s “by the book” comments.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Soros and methods”?

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    • gsonFIT says:

      I think that everyone knows the ultimate source. Bill Clinton and HRC had much to do with all of this. Probably goes back to Bill selling China Satellite technology in 1998 or 99. I personally think that John Brennan was feeling left out in the cover up so he convened a task force and out come the spies in London. But once all is said and done and the publishers of the textbooks put the story together for future generations, Barack Hussein Obama will be forever known as one of the initial parties sparking this bitch off. I don’t think he planned it per se, his henchmen did that. But by modifying EO 12333 in December 2015 he became part of this, and by not putting a stop to it all he legitimized it for his entire delusional admin.

      dems really don’t have much other that the “first black president”, so they will continue to fight like hell to protect their only modern day legacy. No such thing as political compromise anymore. Electoriate and our great country be damned. If you are a politician you go to D.C. to get as much as you can …for yourself. PDJT don’t play that!
      MAGA
      Schiff sucks

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “dems really don’t have much other that the “first black president”,”

        They should have picked a better example of a black man for the history books, instead they choose just the opposite. I guess they are just going to have to be content throwing the term rayciss out for the foreseeable future while the corruption of BHO is exposed for ALL to see (whether they want to or not).

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  6. Summer says:

    Wasn’t declassification of “everything” supposed to happen last week, according to the Trust The Plan people?

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    • bullnuke says:

      My wish is that it is leaked. Someone can claim to be Spartacus.

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      • Summer says:

        As for wishes, I am still waiting for the TRUST DA PLAN folks to explain why it did not happen last week. We were told it was going to happen because Q said so.

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        • DanO64 says:

          Q is a letter in the alphabet. Not all of us use Q. I just say N.

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        • Cumbaya says:

          Are you still waiting on ‘TheBigUgly’ because SD said so !

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          • rsmith1776 says:

            Like I said innumerable times, Sundance has an incredible batting average.

            He trusted the A. G., as many of us did, until an immense, un-ignorable mountain of facts made him change his mind. To his credit.

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            • Cumbaya says:

              “…until an immense, un-ignorable mountain of facts made him change his mind.”
              Really ! I admit I haven’t read everything, but what I did read, the only ‘facts’ I read was the same that many comment-ers cited for a while; ‘lack of action’, and PDJT tweets (the basis was PDJT doesn’t tweet something unless it’s true or real!)

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          • Amy2 says:

            I trust him because he speculates WAY better than me! Ahead of his time I’d say…

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            • Cumbaya says:

              Well, trust is too strong of a description for me to accept, especially for someone I have never met. I take everything that he writes with caution as I would any other ‘anonymous’ source on the internet. He does lay out good timelines with facts, which is one of the reason I read CTH. Other times, I’ve had doubt on his speculations/insinuations. That’s life. For me I’m cautious and lean optimistic.

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        • cozette says:

          Summer “We” were NOT told the declassification would happen last week. “We” were led to do our own research so we would understand why its unlikely to happen before September 18. On the otherhand, followers of Hannity and Sara Carter were led to believe the documents COULD be released last friday. TRUST DA PLAN people were savvy enough to hear that as a true statement ie, yes they could be released while understanding why they wouldnt be. Its sad when allies snipe at each other especially at the Refuge which is dedicated to Andrew Breitbart.

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        • Deplorable Patriot says:

          Q also said the timeline changed. At this point, anything like a leak or redaction works against the perjury trap plan.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Nope—- things are ready but always at POTUS’ choice of time. And he is hard to predict.

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      • GB Bari says:

        I am glad POTUS is hard to predict. It keeps his enemies off balance, as they appear to be, given all of the latest mud-slinging with using more anonymous sources, their clownish behavior in the Kavanaugh hearings, and Obozo’s desperate “hail Mary” attempt at re-inserting himself into the midterm election campaign.

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    • cozette says:

      Summer In answer to your question, nope. Those you refer to as Trust the Plan people are aware that when the FISA and other documents are unredacted and released then Rosenstein will either need to recuse himself/resign/be fired. Trust the Plan people were encouraged to do deep research into who would replace him. Reminder that Rod oversees Mueller and is Wrays boss. The rules are very complicated and it appears Trump has stealthily been moving his guy into a position to replace Rod WITHOUT havin to get the Swampy Senates confirmation. Based on the rules Trumps guy will have been on the job long enough to avoid confirmation on September 18. I would be surprised if declassification happened before then. In the meantime the Swamp knows very well what is coming and Trump is torturing them while allowing his Intel Team to monitor their moves. It is mind boggling to me that people still dont believe our Commander in Chief and his generals have a plan to win this war. I do and I will continue to trust them and their plan without demanding details just as I dont demand details from Mattis on how he intends to defeat ISIS. Trump always said that he would NOT tip off the enemy in order to keep us informed. The war to drain the swamp of EVIL is no different than the war to defeat ISIS imho. At least Trust the Plan people are being guided by questions and open source materials to have a greater understanding of whats going on. There are lots of ways to MAGA.

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      • Deplorable Patriot says:

        It’s stunning the number of plates they have spinning in the air right now.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Trump always said that he would NOT tip off the enemy in order to keep us informed. The war to drain the swamp of EVIL is no different than the war to defeat ISIS imho.”

        “Battle is a fluid situation”

        Actor John Travolta playing Capt. Vic Deakins in “Broken Arrow” (1996)

        https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115759/?ref_=nv_sr_1

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      • Mark Mears says:

        I’m with you Cozette

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      • Trump Train says:

        All well and good but we are 60 days away from the destruction of this country or the MAGA revolution to continue. You can have the best plan in the world and the most competent killers but at some point if bodies don’t drop………………..its like we are sending our forces in and no matter the preparation or otherwise, the could run face to face with a Nuclear bomb (Dems taking house in November) and its all for nothing.
        The only option after that is martial law and arrest enough Dems to turn congress back over to the republicans.

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  7. bullnuke says:

    Lindsey, my senator, you spout all the facts concerning the corruption and want a special council to look into it yet you fully support Mueller and the witch hunt. You can’t have it both ways.

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  8. madeline says:

    I feel like I am living in an alternative reality. So, Woodward wrote a book instead of a dossier using unverified sources, just like Christopher Steel, the media covers it and voila, we have the same scenario as the Steel Dossier. Now are they going to get FISA warrants using Woodwards Books??? Seriously. I am beginning to believe this is what the CIA, FBI and DOJ do all day long. They need new writers– this is getting to be boring stuff. Or rather, insufferable…

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  9. Concerned says:

    Just adding the following for general information
     
    Breaking: House Judiciary Chair Calls on POTUS Trump to Declassify DOJ FISA Documents (VIDEO)
     
    Last week 12 Republican lawmakers held a press conference and called on President Donald Trump to declassify the Department of Justice FISA Court documents from 2016.
    The documents in question contain damning information on the corruption and deceit by the Obama Department of Justice in spying on Republican candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 election and into 2017.
    Obama and Democrats spied on the opposition Republican candidate during the 2016 election.This was unprecedented corruption by Obama and his top intelligence officials on an
    opposition party.

    The liberal mainstream media refused to report on this colossal scandal.
    On Sunday Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA), the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, called on Trump to declassify the FISA documents.

     
    Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA): We did not waste the August recess. We interviewed a number of key witnesses including Bruce Ohr and now we are proceeding to get additional
    documents from the FBI and line up additional witnesses. But I also agree with those members who have called upon the president to declassify the documents that are necessary for the American people to what was going on in
    2016 and early 2017 regarding the disparate way the FBI handled these two major investigations, one involving Hillary Clinton, the other involving the Trump campaign. It truly is stunning… It would also help greatly
    if the Justice Department would appoint a special counsel. We’ve been calling for that for over a year now.
     

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  10. RAC says:

    Ha ha, “Designated Liar”, I like your style.
    “Oh Mr. obama it can’t be my turn again I did it last week, we’re all gonna get put in jail.”

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  11. missilemom says:

    Best interview by Maria this Sunday was Former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom. He sounds like a visitor at The Treehouse.

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  12. Kenji says:

    I once test drove a used car being sold by a Russian immigrant (in Sacramento … where a Uuuuge community of Russian “refugees” has been resettled). Does THAT make me (a raging right winggger) a legitimate target for our “17 Intelligence Agencies” to surveil? On suspicion of “funding” Russian attacks on American … “institutions”?

    By the way, the Russian I met with was a crook, attempting to sell a POS for at least twice what it was worth. About as easy to spot as a FAKE news story about Russian “collusion”, er … “interference”

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  13. The sources and methods canard has about as moral weight as the hundreds of brave men and women who ‘risk their lives’ to defend us everyday in the FBI (except when the potential for lawsuits and risking their pensions comes into play).

    Dear FBI line personnel, the nation could use your help. Please throw all career caution to the wind and step up.

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  14. starfcker says:

    Love the swamp Insurance Group. That’s some funny stuff

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  15. DanO64 says:

    Maybe it’s just me but I always wondered about the diagram for the FISA process with Judge Collyer. The circular pattern isn’t how it’s supposed to work. The arrow pointing to Nellie Ohr/Contractors at the top, from the Court——Searches under the FISA banner, leads me to believe the Court was complicit from the get go. The FISA Court helped hide the exculpatory evidence and was involve in a criminal conspiracy. The court wasn’t duped, they were helping the contractors doing the 702 queries. Donut?

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    • woohoowee says:

      There are rules a court must follow in order to accept newz items as fact. At the very least the court should have caught what was going on, but that didn’t happen……

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    • Maquis says:

      Considering they never held hearings on the Fraudulent Investigation Sociopathic Assault, they are corrupt beyond redemption. Regarding the FISA Court, all we really need to know now is how many nooses and ignominous graves to prepare.

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  16. MaineCoon says:

    “AG Jeff Sessions, DAG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray are protecting the “sources and methods” because they do not want the American people to see how easy it is for the DOJ and FBI to fabricate and actually manufacture evidence. Collectively they are trying to protect their beloved and corrupt institutions from exposure.”

    Period. End of that discussion…I hope.

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  17. SOLUTION: POTUS Orders the Military to DETERMINE the “Sources & Methods” at RISK, REPORT whether they are LEGITIMATE, and DECLASSIFY to protect those that ARE LEGITIMATE and not a COVER-UP.

    RE: “The declassification issue is easy to see: the “sources and methods” are corrupt. The sources are “journalists and unlawful FBI/NSA database searches”, and the methods are “government leaks to media and the dossier author, Chris Steele”.”

    • The Military, under Presidential Authority, IMMEDIATELY requires DOJ and FBI to SPECIFICALLY report EVERY Claimed SOURCE & METHOD at RISK (citing all specific USES of each relating to Public Officials, President Trump’s Campaign and Administration, and their collective Families), WHAT those RISKS ARE, and ALL the Citations of Law, Regulations and Rules that legitimately support each Claim.

    • The Military then requires DOJ and FBI to SPECIFICALLY report (1) EVERY Current and Former member of DOJ, FBI, Intelligence Services, State Department, and Obama & Trump Administration Officials who had any interactions with or knowledge of EVERY Claimed Source, Method and Use.

    • The Military REQUIRES EVERY level of the DOJ and FBI Chain of Command to Swear under Oath that they have CERTIFIED every aspect the above reports that they had ANY exposure to, to be True and Complete, and that they have VERIFIED the cited Legal Basis for each Determination.

    • The Military then conducts Interviews and subsequent Lie Detector Tests of every above-identified individual to identify FALSE CLAIMS and PERPS.

    These Investigations would be Directed by our most-trusted and experienced NatSec patriots:
    General Flynn and Elliott Cohen Watkins. 😎

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    • Blew it: Ezra Cohen-Watnick

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    • P.S. Omit the “(1)” under 2nd bullet above.

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    • Then run the Declassified Documents through President Trump for action and release at the place and time of his choosing.

      P.S. Congress might just be spurred to “match the President’s INITIATIVE” and pass the Budget, Immigration Control and Funding for The Wall.

      Then the LEVERAGE kicks in and we get Tax Cuts 2.0, Felonies for Sanctuary Cities & States & Employers, and Instant E-Verify Deportations.

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    • Maquis says:

      Considering that Military Intelligence may, ultimately, be required assume all duties and responsibilities of the FBI, even much of the CIA, in order to transition to new uncorrupted institutions, it would be entirely feasible for their initial public involvement to be as you suggested here, BKR, as mediators in this declassification kerfluffle.

      This would not only be a nail in the coffin for the corrupt Alphabets, but the beginning of the foundation of a Federal Law Enforcement and Intelligence transformation, with the Military standing in the gap. Hard to see any other way out of our current predicament.

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  18. Paul B. says:

    Historically, Graham would say something worthwhile about once every two weeks, give or take. Then he would go back to the old maddening mindlessness. But lately he seems to be improving his rate of correctness dramatically. Perhaps it’s the absence of a certain unnamed senator who used to influence him. Whatever it is, Graham was hitting it right on Trump, the Left, Sessions, obama, and all the rest. Good interview.

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    • rbrtsmth says:

      I think Graham has been around long enough to see where this whole saga is going to end up. He wants to be on the correct side of that whatever side he was on before. I do make a difference between participating coup members and never-Trump adherents.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I totally agree. I’ve been as critical of “Miss Lindsey” as many, but he is changing course recently. I cannot say whether it’s a ruse or a genuine realization of facts about the FISA & illegitimacy of the Mueller witch hunt that have been exposed and corroborated via the hearings and document releases.

      Also Graham has mentioned President Trump’s bringing good economic results. Graham is not bouncing like a cheerleader but he is making the point. So the positive results may also contribute to his rethinking his former anti-Trump position.

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  19. ledygrey says:

    Sure wished Maria had asked him about his interaction with Huma Abedin at the McCain funeral.

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  20. See:

    https://brassballs.blog/home/strzok-worked-for-cia-and-fbi-at-the-same-time-in-counterespionage

    You will see a letter from Peter Strzok in which he gives his position as “Section Chief, Counterespionage Section”, and if you follow a link on that site to an archived press release (from 1996) on cia.gov, you will read the following information:

    “The CIA and FBI have implemented a number of reforms and new procedures at the CIA that are designed to detect the slightest of early warning signs of espionage. As a direct result of these reforms, anomalies were detected that ultimately led to the identification of Nicholson and his alleged espionage activities. These reforms include:

    •The Chief of CIA’s Counterespionage Group is a senior FBI official who has full access to CIA’s most sensitive counterintelligence data and is thus in a position to fully coordinate the joint efforts of both organizations.

    •The Chief of CIA’s Counterespionage Group is assisted by deputies from both the security and operational disciplines at CIA and has at least one FBI Special Agent on the Counterespionage Group staff full-time.”

    To me, that makes it perfectly clear that Strzok WAS working for both the CIA and FBI. brassballs (the above link) also presents a tweet commenting on Strzok receiving a CIA “coin” directly from the CIA’s John Brennan. This ought to tell you how close the two were, and worked together, in the spying and framing of Donald Trump, before and after he became President. (That explains the evil face Strzok presented when testifying to Congress — that is an arrogant CIA face; compare it to the “stupid innocent” looks of Rosenstein at DOJ and Wray at the FBI.)

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  21. Minnie says:

    “AG Jeff Sessions, DAG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray are protecting the “sources and methods” because they do not want the American people to see how easy it is for the DOJ and FBI to fabricate and actually manufacture evidence.”

    Which begs the question – how many average Joe/Jane Does were impacted by this corrupt method during the past who knows how long?

    I foresee countless lawsuits/appeals in America’s future.

    A long road awaits true justice.

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  22. rsmith1776 says:

    “AG Jeff Sessions, DAG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray are protecting the “sources and methods” because they do not want the American people to see how easy it is for the DOJ and FBI to fabricate and actually manufacture evidence. Collectively they are trying to protect their beloved and corrupt institutions from exposure. It all goes back to the FISA exploitation and database abuse. =>THIS<= is what must be kept secret."

    How in the world we still have sessionistas continuing to push lurid fairy tales which contradict Sundance's authoritative, FACTS-based conclusion above is beyond me.

    A couple of sincere but hopeless naïves apart, one HAS to wonder whether the dark forces coalesced behind the Deep State didn't infiltrate some respected conservative fora, the obvious goal being to provide cover for the treasonous Sessions and his gang . . . until, they hope, it's too late.

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    • cozette says:

      The emotionality and hyperbole of those suffering from Sessions Derangement Syndrome siphons energy from campaigning to give President Trump the #redwave he needs on November 6th. Is this intentional? If not then I hope people put useless speculation aside at least until after the mid terms so they can FOCUS on what matters thats within their control. God bless you all. Perhaps those of you who are upset with Sessions could channel your energy into prayers for him? Our enemies are EVIL and feed off of negative energy imho. I for one intend to starve them. I hope others join me in this effort.

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      • rsmith1776 says:

        Oh please, give me a break with the idiotic defense of Beauregard.

        It is agents of the Deep State who keep uselessly speculating about some secret activities in order to keep the deplorables quiet in the hope that, after November, will be too late.

        I hope their thirty pieces of silver are worth it, to them.

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        • Maquis says:

          Cozette did not here offer a defense of anything other than Patriot Unity and an abandonment of the consistently negative and hopeless nature of those seemingly bent on diluting our strength and effectiveness in this difficult and frustrating war.

          The tactics on display aren’t very MAGA and if not intended to depress and drive away sincere truth seekers and MAGA proponents, are nevertheless undoubtedly succeeding in that very thing.

          We are most of us struggling with the conflicts we perceive through the cracks in the Deep State wall. Assaulting each other over varying perspectives and failures to join mental lockstep sects is anything but productive.

          Many rationales have been offered for President Trump not engaging “Bull in a China Shop” Mode at this time. Most make sense, and have nothing to do with a sleepy former Senator. It’s about strategy, timing, achieving goals, and gathering strength.

          I think PDJT is a marvel, a joy to observe, surely an honor to support. We can and should support each other here on CTH as well. Not necessarily a Hive Mind, but hard heartedness is inconsistent with the methods and goals and nature of CTH.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        cozette, you cannot ignore that Trump has been one of Sessions’ greatest critics. And for good reason, the recusal created massive problems for Trump. Sessions will be gone, it’s just a matter of time and timing.

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        • rsmith1776 says:

          Sessions’ recusal was bad enough.

          Was the opening of Pandora’s box. From cowardice, I thought at the time, until facts made me reconsider and believe it was all planned and deliberate.

          What Sessions did since is much worse. At this stage, I am reminded of that tired old line which could be uttered by Beauregard himself:

          are you going to believe me or your lying eyes?

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      • Tall Texan says:

        Cozette – that is the most ridiculous thing I have read on CTH ever. If your viewpoint is correct, do you care to explain why the unbelievers of Infinity-D chess sound an awful lot like one President Donald J. Trump? Is PDJT also to be criticized, or do you want to have it both ways like most suffering from Sessions Admiration Syndrome?

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  23. Daniel says:

    Obama gave us such a gift! “We do not pressure DOJ or FBI to punish political opponents”

    I’m still repeating his “magic wand” statement about the economy and jobs he made when talking about Trump plans for this country. He said those jobs are not coming back and people remember it clearly!

    And now this? As the heads roll (and they will now that we KNOW McCabe is under indictment and we know Rosenstein is under investigation and has been effectively removed from power) we now have THIS Obama statement to refer to everyone. “Remember when he said that? Just a short while before it was all declassified that this was exactly what Obama was doing?!”

    Oh yes. I hope those who have been patient will pat themselves on the back for being patient. And I hope those who were impatient and champing at the bit demanding the president do things which were ill advised will eventually look back and thing “I’m glad he didn’t do what I wanted!” This president has been strolling through a minefield this entire time and seems to have avoided every single one of them. Eventually, this too will be listed among his amazing accomplishments.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      Daniel, the problem is not what the *President* did or didn’t do. It is – just read what Sundance is saying! – what Sessions, Rosenstein, and Wray [among others] did or didn’t do.

      EVEN IF some indictments happen, this is NOT because “trust the plan”, Q, “trust Sessions” are working but because, despite the rotten system and the weak / treasonous people involved, SOME wheels of justice are still – slowly, hesitatingly, insufficiently – moving.

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      • Daniel says:

        Who has the power to do that to Rosenstein? Some unidentified wheels? Or maybe it’s the man Sessions put into action? As your response illustrates, you are in the “this is going too slow!” impatient crowd.

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    • TPW says:

      I will add a little of Obamas spoken wisdom to your collection…..He also stated that people could no longer depend on one paycheck to support themselves that it was the new reality ….of course paraphrasing…….this needs to be repeated as much as possible…how can you square these comments if he expected and was responsible for this economic boom.

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  24. Amy2 says:

    Did anyone notice NoNama’s Freudian slip? He started to say “persecute” but changed it to “prosecute” two syllables in.

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  25. Brian P.T. Blake says:

    When all is said and done, I trust President Trump to be fully knowledgeable about all of this outrageous government corruption, which malicious, partisan-political public officials have aimed at him personally. In his forty years as a world-class, international business tycoon, this billionaire chief executive, who has volunteered to work for us for nothing except pride and patriotism, has seen everything the scum of the earth have to throw at him. I am confident that this great man is directing an effective plan for dealing with the “Deep State’s” betrayal of the long-suffering American people.

    Even some corners of the news media are edging toward acknowledging the truth which anyone paying attention has known for years. The gangster at the center of this vile web is, and cannot be anyone other, than Barack Hussein Obama. President Barry-banana used an alias to correspond with Secretary of State Hillary “Benghazi” Clinton over her illegal, private, unsecured email server. Those not having fallen off a watermelon truck yesterday can have no reasonable doubt that this secret subterfuge was undertaken to coordinate Russian bribes for the Uranium One treason, among Comrade Zero’s countless other con-jobs. Not even such smooth-talkin’ crooks as Barry and MzBill can lie their way out of this fundamental, damning fact.

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  26. solomonpal says:

    The needle is gravitating to cantankerous

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  27. Donna in Oregon says:

    I don’t trust Lindsay Graham at all.

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  28. ForGodandCountry says:

    All I can say is….

    Deception and mis-direction won’t work against your enemies if it doesn’t work with your friends and supporters, and POTUS…..a very keen and adept student of Sun Tsu…..knows this all too well.

    Sundance has, apparently, lost all patience and is convinced Sessions and Wray are part of the problem (I think it likely that Rosenstein is). For myself, I believe POTUS is saving up ammo for the 2020 election and simply hasn’t unleashed the AG, yet. For one thing, he doesn’t want to fuel liberal motivations ahead of this mid-term, and for another, the time isn’t yet ripe.

    No matter what is the truth, I don’t think enough time has passed for anyone to make any claims about what is or isn’t true….save one thing. People are impatient. Naturally, they want the war over and the right side to win. But wars aren’t fought on people’s timelines. They are succesfully waged methodically, patiently, with careful calculations and controlled risks.

    Me? I know these things. And I trust PDJT. And whether or not the AG is a problem, he’s got this. And this election in Nov. is going to be a bloodbath for liberals. Anyone who thinks otherwise is watching, reading, and listening to WAYYYYYY to much leftist propaganda. Remember, Hillary was a “lock”, and look how that turned out.

    Bet on PDJT with confidence and relax. Talk with as many people as you can, register people to vote GOP, get them and yourself to the polls in Nov., and have confidence.

    PDJT has only just begun delivering the winnamins. This issue will be no different, regardless of what Sundance may or may not think.

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      PS –

      Quote:

      “….the dems have a high likelihood of retaking the House in Nov.”

      This is one of the dumbest, most uninformed comments I’ve ever read on this board, bar none.

      Sincerely,

      The electoral trend since 2010
      A “woke” America
      the #WalkAway grassroots movement
      black voter support doubling for PDJT (now above 30%)
      and a POTUS who can rightfully, sincerely, and truthfully say: “Promises made, promised kept.”

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  29. mtk says:

    Douglas Hofstadter…
    Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid

    A book that is so easy to read with no understanding as long as it is read with no intent to read from cover to cover. I do remember he gain celibrity status around the time Carl Sagan agained rock star status.

    Nearly forty years later… what stands out is a chapter in which he discusses a game called…
    Nomics (not exactly sure of what he called it, very close)
    The goal of the game was to find away to undermine parliamentary or constitutional rule by incorporating rules that didn’t outright violate the rules, however all the same establish rules that could later be used to invalidate the earlier set of principles.

    Now, many years later… I wonder how many people have been subversively influenced by this outlining. We’re talking about gaslighting so many years in the making.

    I say this from a perspective of nearly forty years, and knowing the ways of the left.

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    • mtk says:

      Surely, there are those here who can attest to the ivory league elitism as a route to influence.

      How many lawyers of the late 70’s and early 80’s hitched their wagons to the left knowning the path to advancement lay with playing the game. Surely, back in those days the exoneration of the die hard radical anti-war movement through the Church Commission must have created a feeling of enabling opportunity.

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      • mtk says:

        Several years back there was a PBS documentary that did what documentaries do. Laid out a bit of inconvient history.

        In this case it was a history on a break in and theft of FBI files in Pennsylvania back in early to mid seventies.

        Now, I am stressing here… this purely extrapolation but what if these files where used to force the govnerment to bend to conclusion of elements that held a blackmail card. There are notable court cases involving ‘irs’ status claims that occurred following the legacy of this break in of FBI field offices.

        Just saying, if Q is right that is how deep it goes, the kind of stuff that that those in the know could power broker themselves into position.

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  30. CABJOB says:

    Check out this article written by Congressman Louie Gohmert and then know why POTUS 45 should never agrre to meet or talek or write anything to Rober Muller: https://1zwchz1jbsr61f1c4mgf0abl-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Gohmert_Mueller_UNMASKED.pdf

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  31. Jim in TN says:

    Everybody, please go back to Sundance’s posts about Huber,
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/03/29/breaking-ag-jeff-sessions-reveals-name-of-outside-dc-doj-prosecutor-assigned-to-horowitz-john-huber-from-utah/
    And read Sessions’ letter.

    Huber is to report back to Sessions, not conduct prosecutions.

    Or go here, https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/03/29/ag-sessions-letter-to-house-and-senate-highlights-a-lengthy-review-by-prosecutor-john-w-huber/ , and read it and the Boyd letter it quotes.

    Note that both letters reek of self-righteousness. Nothin is wrong at DOJ and if it ever will be wrong, we will fix it. But we are conducting this review because you raised issues. See how upright we are!

    Huber can say something needs prosecuting, he can even recommend that there be a special prosecutor. If that happens, it will be after he reports.

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  32. Ryan Workman says:

    Wow, just wow…with the death of Sen. Songbird McCain…Sen. Graham has found his spine!!!

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  33. Ivehadit says:

    There is some serious psyops going on this weekend around the political net…some is so obvious. Clearly there is a push to have suspicions raised and intramural fights to commence. Truth is a good defense.
    As Sundance always says, NEVER EVER TRUST A NEVER-TRUMPER. Or the D.S.

    Sketchy Cat is on HIGH alert for the next 58 days!

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  34. It was interesting to note that this illegal immigrant loving never Trumper McCain acolyte, didn’t once mention the all important WALL when he went through all PDJT’s campaign promises. Linda Graham is a real piece of work.

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  35. Bankerboy72 says:

    Did anyone else witness Maria interview James Kallstrom on Sunday or was it just my imagination?

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