Very Important Interview: Devin Nunes Discusses FISA Investigation, Rod Rosenstein, Currently Corrupt DOJ/FBI, and Robert Mueller…

Critical – Critical – Critical

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes appears with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the ongoing FISA abuse investigation; the use of Michael Sussmann to act as a go-between for the DNC and FBI; the status of Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein, and his upcoming (10/11) testimony; current visible activity within the DOJ that points to their ongoing corruption; and how all of that relates to the Robert Mueller investigation.

This is a very important interview segment because it dovetails with the much larger issue CTH outlined about: “How Deep Is This Swamp“?  Believe me, you’re going to want to watch this several times to absorb the bigger-big picture that Nunes is careful to explain.

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Working backwards from the interview content is perhaps the best way to discuss.  Nunes cannot say it out loud, but when he outlines what the Mueller investigation *is not* doing, he is highlighting the purpose of Special Counsel placement.

Robert Mueller (the entire team) was put into place, carefully selected by James Baker and Andrew McCabe, specifically to cover for the DOJ and FBI activity that preceded the firing of James Comey.   Mueller’s role has two essential aspects:

♦(1) Create an investigation – Just by creating the investigation it is then used as a shield by any corrupt FBI/DOJ official who would find himself/herself under downstream congressional investigation.  Former officials being deposed/questioned by IG Horowitz or Congress could then say they are unable to answer those questions due to the ongoing special counsel investigation.  In this way Mueller provides cover.

♦(2)  Use the investigation to keep any and all inquiry focused away from the corrupt DOJ and FBI activity that took place in 2016, 2016, 2017.  Keep the media narrative looking somewhere, anywhere, other than directly at the epicenter of the issues.

In both of these objectives the Mueller special counsel has been stunningly effective.

That leads to the second aspect of Nunes discussion, the role of Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.  All of the visible activity being conducted by Rosenstein has been an intentional effort to keep as much of the evidence hidden from public review.  When Nunes points out that Rosenstein’s motives are to keep the documentary evidence classified he is speaking directly to this aspect.

But the current corrupt DOJ activity is not isolated to FISA abuse and documents the usurping officials want to keep hidden.  The corrupt activity also flows outward and can be found in the DOJ behavior surrounding James Wolfe; the busted Senate Intelligence Security Official who was caught leaking the classified FISA application to the media.

The reason Wolfe was not indicted for the more serious charges of leaking classified intelligence is because the *CURRENT* DOJ needs to hide what was taking place.  Wolfe is simply a benefactor of current DOJ officials who need to hide their fingerprints and activity in 2016 and 2017.

Those currently corrupt DOJ and FBI officials are not protecting Wolfe as much as they are protecting themselves.  This includes Rosenstein, FBI Director Christopher Wray, Deputy FBI Director David Bowditch and current FBI general counsel Dana Boente; as well as all the second level and third level carry-over career officials.  The failure to accept this currently corrupt DOJ and FBI is where most of the “Stealth Jeff” and “Q” believers are entirely wrong.

The efforts of Rosenstein, Wray, Bowditch, Boente et al, to cover-up the institutional corruption extends far beyond their blocking activity of the declassification requests; and shows up in the lack of substance behind the Wolfe indictment and the ability of the external Lawfare group, former officials, to influence current activity.

Part of that current influence is keeping the most severe elements of investigative sunlight away from review.  These officials have done this in many visible ways.  Three of them are inarguable:

(1) By redacting innocuous, albeit highly damaging information, within the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages and emails.  Officials within the agencies are hiding information and even eliminating the most damaging material.

(2) By controlling what records IG Horowitz has access to; in addition to who he is interviewing. The IG is only as effective as the material he has to review.

(3) By shaping the executive summaries of the two previous IG reports to ensure the specific material within the report is diluted as much as possible in the summary and conclusions.

The collaborative efforts of the current group of corrupt officials is also evident in the hit job against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.  Those corrupt former DOJ/FBI officials (Bromwich, McLean, Laufman, etc.), who are part of the Blasey-Ford construct, were clearly working with a set of current officials. [This collaborative interest extends to people within government (the legislative branch) and those outside government (media allies).]

The appearance of former DOJ lawyer Michael Sussmann working with Perkins Coie and on behalf of the DNC, to feed information to former FBI legal counsel James Baker, only highlights this systemic collaboration and corruption within the DOJ and FBI.   That corruption has not been addressed; it is currently being protected from sunlight.

AG Jeff Sessions is recused; he is useless.  As a specific outcome, Rod Rosenstein, Christopher Wray, David Bowditch, Dana Boente, Robert Mueller and the affiliated network of political operatives within the DOJ and FBI held free reign to shape everything in the past two years.

This is the current state of the challenge; refusing to accept it doesn’t make anything improve.

On March 28th, 2018, the DOJ Office of Inspector General Michael Horowitz formerly announced an additional investigation of how the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation engaged with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) in matters relating to the FISA Title-1 application filed against U.S. person Carter Page.  However, one part of the OIG notification was generously overlooked by a defensive and IC compliant media:

As part of this examination, the OIG also will review information that was known to the DOJ and the FBI at the time the applications were filed from or about an alleged FBI confidential source. Additionally, the OIG will review the DOJ’s and FBI’s relationship and communications with the alleged source as they relate to the FISC applications.  (pdf link)

Two months later on Monday May 21st, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein added a significant DOJ mandate to the Inspector General review.  Rosenstein expanded the original FISA review to include looking at whether officials within the intelligence community may have unlawfully used human intelligence assets to “spy” or “surveil” the Trump campaign:

“The Department has asked the Inspector General to expand the ongoing review of the FISA application process to include determining whether there was any impropriety or political motivation in how the FBI conducted its counterintelligence investigation of persons suspected of involvement with the Russian agents who interfered in the 2016 presidential election.” (link)

The IG process for the FISA report is structural.  Once the interviews and investigation is complete the “IG referencer” phase takes several weeks.  The referencer could be a person or a group of people depending on the size of the report.

The referencer has the responsibility for going through every statement of fact and providing the citation or footnote for the assertion. The person(s) doing the reference review has/have the most arduous of tasks.

The referencer checks every sentence, every assertion, and ensures only provable facts with citations are part of the report. Every assertion of fact must be cited (or footnoted) to include the investigative material that proves the fact.  After the footnotes, citations and all fact assemblies are reconciled a draft report is written. The Draft Report encompasses the findings.

The Draft Report is then sent to the principals to review.  The Draft Report review allows the principals to provide input on the facts identified and outlined within the draft.  This part of the process takes at least two weeks.  Responses from the principals about the facts outlined in the draft report are then reviewed, cleared for addition if appropriate, and included in the final report.  Then the final report goes to print.

The election is 30 days away from today.  There is almost no way the IG report on FISA abuse and “spygate” will be completed prior to the mid-term election.

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786 Responses to Very Important Interview: Devin Nunes Discusses FISA Investigation, Rod Rosenstein, Currently Corrupt DOJ/FBI, and Robert Mueller…

  1. Zimbalistjunior says:

    So then SD and fellow treepers do you think there will be an October surprise or two and if so what will they be?

    I’m inclined to think that PDJT will figure out a way to drop a bomb or three. Just enough to ensure a low enough dem vote turnout.

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    • Carrie says:

      I’m, of course, hoping PDJT has a declassification October surprise.

      But I also worry that Mueller is going to try create some more false charges against someone close to PDJT and of course, that would only happen with first a massive leak of misinformation and then some false witnesses, etc.

      And I worry one of those Avenatti types will try and bring another gross woman out of the woodwork. Even though these women have not touched the popularity of President Trump in the past, they will do it to still try and sully his name with splashy negative headline, and especially after the Kavanaugh debacle that he expertly managed to defuse. (Now presumably called the “Pelosi Wrap Up Smear ” tm)

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      • notunderwhelmed says:

        There needs to be a political ad exposing Pelosi touting the “smear” tactics utilized by Dimocrats. That clip of dim-Nancy explaining the smear process (step-by-step) should be played repeatedly. 😡

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        • notunderwhelmed says:

          Also, a little Alinsky lobbed back at the socialist left every time they label a conservative a Nazi, a mysoginist, etc. is overdue. Let’s engage in some ping pong.
          “Republicans are racists!”
          “No, Dimocrats are the party of slavery and the KKK. Do some historical research.”
          “Republicans are mysoginists!”
          “No, holly weird dims bestowed an Oscar on pedophile Polanski who drugged and dodomized a 14 year old girl.”
          Beat them and their own sick game. Over and over again they need to be smacked (verbally) back every time— push back every single time.
          Logical discourse does not work with these violent brown shirts. Let’s fight fire with fire.🔥

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      • Issy says:

        Nancy’s explanation of the first time I have ever been able to understand what she was saying. Her speech is usually barely intelligible. She had the wrap-up smear down pat though. I guess because she has used it so much.

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    • jrapdx says:

      After the Kavanaugh confirmation horror show, can only imagine October surprises will be difficult to pull off. The public is suffering “revelation fatigue”, enough with seeing how bad our elected officials behave. No, I think the element of surprise is considerably blunted by these events, I anticipate the rest of the campaigning will be more of the stuff PT on one hand is doing, and continuation of Democrat beat down on their faux issues, aka propaganda. Just my guess, we’ll see what surprises, if any, are in store for us.

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      • Deb says:

        The boy has cried wolf a few too many times.

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      • Dave says:

        Your assessment seems accurate. Democrats might be wary of making things worse for themselves at this point. Were I them, I’d focus on fundraising with the rabid rich and campaign all-out until the election. But I don’t think it will work. If the Dems see net losses in Congress, Trump can harass their retreat and drive a bidding war to see who can roll over on their buddies fastest.

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    • railer says:

      The bombs would be some tough votes in Congress that would smoke out the Swamp creatures, like with the Kavanaugh nomination. Unfortunately, we’re not seeing enough of those votes, as McConnell and Ryan have successfully headed them off, as their paymasters really don’t want those votes. If you really wanted to put incumbents in a bind, you’d emphasize immigration and the trade agreements, but obviously McConnell/Ryan want to defeat MAGA on those issues, so their bad policy choices lead to bad politics and likely a deficient electoral performance. Complicated business, folks.

      The only true MAGA bomb in this will be the economy.

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    • dalethorn says:

      A man made a bet with me today. He’s betting that the Dems will take the House, which means he’s giving me 23 points ahead of time, since that’s how far the Dems are behind in seats right now. But he lost the bet to me on the Presidential election in 2016. Unless he really has no clue about what Trump and team are strategizing for November – how Trump plans things, then he would have to know something. But he can’t know, because his sources are the same news co’s that lied every day during the 2016 election.

      So yeah, we still need a couple of October surprises, but then again, we have a mountain of damaging evidence to build those surprises from. The thing is, the MSM will carefully filter out that information and insert the same lies they’ve been using all along. The good news possibly is Dem voters will be overconfident and stay home.

      I think that we really are in a better position than 2016, because we have tons of hellacious material collected over the past 2 years to use against the Dems, and their sole advantage is control of the MSM.

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      • Grassleygirl/Breitbartista/DannyBoy says:

        And control over dead and illegal voters..What concerns me the most is the number of Sec. of States across the country that are demoncrats.
        I pray the repubs have infrastructure in place to overcome the fraudsters that are determined to win by any means possible.

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        • dalethorn says:

          Oh, yes. And we need poll-watchers.

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        • Bluegrass Nana says:

          I was in a driver’s license application and renewal office here in Kentucky a few days ago. My sister and I, both US citizens, were in the minority. Waiting room packed with immigrants, mostly Muslim, discerned in part from the women’s head coverings. In that office, one could apply for a driver’s license, (or state photo I.D.), and also REGISTER TO VOTE. Here, photo I.D. is required to VOTE. Voter registration deadline here is Oct. 9.

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          • AustinTilItAint says:

            Of my 6 kids, we somehow ended up with one who leans Democrat. To my great surprise and disappointment, she told me she was going to register to vote today, which made me realize the Dems voter outreach is working. Like most millennial Dems, she has been noisy without voting in the past. This worries me. I apologize in advance that one of my own offspring plans to cancel out a Republican vote. Where did we go wrong?

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      • Marsha Frey says:

        There are a lot of positive elements for Trump/GOP midterms before we even consider the “bombs” that can be dropped. It’s difficult for the Dems to run against all Trump has accomplished – lowest unemployment in 50 years, highest Black and Latino employment ever, stock market soaring, consumer confidence up, NK on a positive path, huge crowds at every rally — and the the list goes on. My take on Trump and what’s released is whatever he decides – and he is his “own man” – no matter what others say. I believe he has waited until Kavanaugh was seated before he may choose to “bombs away”. Trump continues to amaze me in what he does – two new conservative judges in two years! Something not accomplished in the last 60 years. 2018 is going to have some exciting endings before the new year rises.

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      • Julian says:

        The media can’t ignore a mountain of indictments & arrests of Democratic operatives.

        Trump is Draining the Swamp!!

        #MAGA

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      I would be the mortgage PJT and CoS Gen John Kelly have a satchel full of surprises for October. ONE thing is for sure, the attempted smear will not work. I can see it now, Candidate “X” in small state is accused of sexual impropriety, perhaps legitimately, and all he has to do is respond, “This is preposterous. How long before Avenatti will be on our local news accusing me of being a gang rapist?”

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    • Julian says:

      It is Red October.

      Trump has destroyed the Dems and they will likely lose 50 House seats because of the way Trump has systematically dismantled them in the last 2 years.

      #MAGA

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    • bayoukiki says:

      I don’t see how dumping the information out into the public would be very helpful because the public won’t understand it and will go to their favorite news source for interpretation. Sundance, of course, will do an amazing job of synthesizing the info for us but here he’s preaching to the choir. Those who would go to MSM will get the predictable results: the information means nothing so they think about it no further. I think the die is cast for the mid-terms. It seems the Senate is safe (and thanks to the Kavaugh circus we may actually pick up a few) and the House situation is what it is. It seems to me that the best way for this to be presented so that it has the longest lasting impression on the minds of Americans is through the IG report which I hope DJT orders be released in an unredacted form, exhibits included

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  2. R.Shanker says:

    In chess, only rank amateurs bring out their Queen in the opening game and attempt a quick checkmate – it is a disastrous strategy. You have to develop the pawns, get the knights in good position and bishops controlling the diagonals, protect the King by castling… and control the center of the board – slowly and methodically.
    If that is done skillfully, the end game proceeds almost mechanically towards victory.

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    • billrla says:

      R.Shanker: In chess, everyone knows which pieces are white and which are black and neither white nor black ever change sides or leave everyone guessing. Plus, in chess, rules cannot be broken.

      Liked by 4 people

      • R.Shanker says:

        bill – Yes – absolutely – the game DJT is playing is vastly more complex than chess – probably even more important to realize that a quick win is not a realistic goal.
        He seems to be like a boa-constrictor – initially you just feel a nice warm hug, then slowly it starts tightening.. and tightening .. and tightening

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        • Newton Love says:

          Ahah! But beware the “board flipper” who seeks to up-end the game because THEY ARE LOSING!
          I submit: Chuck Schumer down to Corey, and Pelousi down to the soon to be elected AOC.

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      • R.Shanker and bill- I think both of your posts are excellent and I love the chess analogy.

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    • dalethorn says:

      And over in the corner are the checker players. 98 percent of pro checker games are ties, because players don’t play for a win – they play for the draw and wait for their opponent to make a mistake. And so the checker players on Trump’s team keep baiting the Dems, and little by little they make those mistakes….

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    • And kill them with knights, can move 8 spaces and all of them are crooked, my favorite piece.
      Also ,you line up a Queen with mine I’ll.trade, she is going down .
      I ve found it. total unnerves opponents and most rely too much on a Queen.

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  3. Sessions reused for political CYA, knowing Trump was innocent but this investigation was more about impeaching Trump if the Dems. win in 2018. If dems don’t win in 2018 then can run the investigation till Nov. 2020 as free negative advertising via corrupt media.

    Why shouldn’t Trump fire Sessions after 2018 midterms? This isn’t obstruction because there is no Justice in the Swamp. End the investigation immediately and Start prosecutions with a new AG. Prosecute associates of Dossie, Clinton Foundation, Benghazi, IRS TEA Party, Gun Running. I’m sure there is more, a little help from my friends would be great 😊

    Trump’s approval would go through the roof if this happened.

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    • SalixVeridi says:

      Absolutely. Sessions is a hindrance to PDJT and a shield for the corrupt crew. I’m waiting patiently to see HRC in an orange jumpsuit. The Clinton Cabal is at the root of the attempted coup.

      My concern is also the ignorance of the general public. I am still astounded by the amount of information that SD gives us every day. There is no other site that informs the public the way he has done. From a place of great sincerity, thank you Sundance for the mountain of work you have done and continuing to do.

      All of the information, however, is useless if the general public hasn’t a clue. I am not talking about the moronic Dems, but conservatives and independents across America. They are not reading CTH, or probably any other site that is revealing the depth of corruption at the top tiers of governance.

      How do we get to them, folks? I ask this in all seriousness.

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      • dalethorn says:

        The problem is the sheeple. It’s the nature of the beast that is in place. The sheeple are informed by the MSM, and they don’t ever get a glimpse of truth.

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        • piper567 says:

          dale, the sheeple didn’t do too well in 2016.

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          • dalethorn says:

            Thankfully. Here’s to the shepherd!

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          • dalethorn says:

            BTW, here’s something to chew on. Hillary’s more-than-2/3 vote margin in California, due to crooked voting, didn’t win the presidency by popular vote because of the Electoral College. But there are states now that mandate their entire Electoral College votes go to the national popular vote winner. So, until someone fixes that, we have a looming sheeple problem.

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            • Pyrthroes says:

              In 2016, Trump won a legitimate 63 million popular votes. Though Rats proclaim a marginal advantage, 40% of machine-corrupted urban districts tallied near twice as many ballots as recorded Census residents, meaning that 8 – 12% of MzBill’s back-alley precinct counts were wholly spurious.

              Madame in fact received no more than 56 million genuine ballots, meaning she lost by a decisive 56/63 -1 = 11%, commensurate with Trump’s Electoral Vote proportion of 304 : 227 = a landslide 33.9%. Hamilton’s genius aside, any honest vote will keep Rats playing gutterball for generations.

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      • I’m sending out an email blast to my friends and family that can handle it

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      • Lindenlee says:

        Send selected posts to friends, don’t overwhelm. They will catch on. It may take a while. Several friends who ignored my sharing are now forwarding TCH to their friends.

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      • dawndoe says:

        They don’t want to read it. I post articles on my FB page and rarely get a reply. The good thing is, many are MAGA, anyway.

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      • Blaze says:

        The Clinton cabal was also the root of the fake Kavanaugh accusations. Kavanaugh said so himself to the senate hearing and I attend to agree. He was privy to the info. Clintons = pure evil.

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    • railer says:

      The Swamp will only confirm the nomination of confirmed Swamp creatures, which is the reason Sessions, Rosenstein et al are in place. Anything other would have been and will be rejected by the Swamp.

      Fire Rosenstein and/or Sessions, and you may get somebody worse. Would you rather that, or would you rather have Trump pressuring Rosey and Sessions and perhaps flipping them?

      The next major milestone event is the same one that’s existed for many months, that Mueller deliver his nothingburger report. After that would be the DoJ IG’s report. No need to introduce any complications before those events.

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      • You think they will produce a report before 2020? I think the investigation will go till stopped or Trump out if office.

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        • railer says:

          After the election, Trump has a free hand with Mueller, no matter who wins the House. He can shame Mueller into ceasing the witch hunt, and after the shaming process, firing the guy would be just a formality. A threatened impeachment? Trump will stare them down and not give an inch. Why should he? There is no chance the Senate gets 67 votes to remove him, and when they don’t he’ll be running against anybody who brings on that fiasco.

          After this election, Trump has no downside to any actions he might take re the Deep State conspiracy. You can even make the case that a Pelosi-run House makes him a lock for reelection. History would indicate that to be true.

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    • Pokey says:

      Except for the fact that most Americans have never understood the basics of any of those sorry episodes and wouldn’t care even if they had any memory of them, the result would be as you surmise it to be. I think the thing to do is for us to all lie to all of the pollsters and then go out and beat these bastards down at the polls next month. Then we can begin the process of rooting them out of our bureaucracies, which I believe would take at least 8 more election cycles to accomplish. We have to win and we have to keep winning because if we ever lose, the Globalobamacommies will be back with a vengeance.

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    • Julian says:

      Trump can fire Sessions whenever he wants. The fact he hasn’t tells you Trump wants Sessions there.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Trumps approval rating is already thru the roof if you haven’t noticed…

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  4. JB says:

    What is it going to take to charge McCabe, Strzok & the entire crew including congressmen and staffers who leaked info all with the intent of disrupting/ hijacking an election & then unseating a president?

    There HAVE to be consequences… or this WILL happen again.

    Just like Kavanaugh/DOJ should sue/charge the absolute shit out of everyone involved in his attempted take-down. They WILL try this tactic again, there needs to be a very severe and very public show of consequence. Major deterrent can only come from over the top response to such evil treachery.

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    • Agree. This is why this stuff continues. There are no consequences. Democrats break the law and nothing is done. This is what we are seeing. There is no will to prosecute in the current corrupt DOJ or to investigate in the current FBI.

      Don’t anyone say “They are doing it but you just don’t hear about it.” There has been plenty of time to hear something. Mueller has left a trail of destruction already and he says nothing. We can’t even get a statement of intent from the current DOJ.

      It is like Wray said, “We will give bias training…” It is what he didn’t say that is disturbing. I would have been outraged at the bias of these top investigators. I would have said they are corrupt and it should never have happened.

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  5. RJones says:

    I only hope your wrong here SD, for the sake of our country.

    If you’re correct, Sessions is the most traitorous scum I think we’ll ever encounter in our lifetimes and in that case I think he’d have to be included in the cabal membership, subject to tribunal, and hopefully executed. It may be novel to argue that, in not acting, Sessions is complicit, but in this case that argument would almost certainly be apropos.

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    • starfcker says:

      I doubt Jeff Sessions is complicit to anything. I think he’s gotten a little old, I don’t think he’s particularly bright, and the most comfortable way to get through his day is with blinders on, and shuffling all responsibility to other people in his Department. I think Rod Rosenstein is a go-getter, I think Rod Rosenstein thinks this is how you run a department, and I think he is the perfect foil for any actual purging of corruption. Might the President change Rosenstein’s mind on this? Might Rosenstein have another gear that we haven’t seen yet? I suppose it’s possible. It’s going to be very interesting to see what President Trump does with the Department of Justice after the midterms.

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  6. Grassleygirl/Breitbartista/DannyBoy says:

    DOJ/FBI proudly modeling the KGB.

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  7. WVNed says:

    I think Trump is trying to diffuse the bomb the demolition party turned our country into.
    That has to be done before the ring leaders are brought in.
    People were being shot and cities burning. Had he rounded them all up it would have gone off.
    I am deeply impressed at how things have gone.
    All we have to do is vote. No more loading magazines and waiting.

    I think Mr Sessions is doing exactly what he is told to.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      Nope… Gotta poll watch, AND be on the lookout for fraud, and lean HEAVILY on you local and state GOP and state SOS if obvious vote fraud is suspected… Like the 241% turnout in St. Lucie County in 2012.

      Nothing done by our traitorous Pubbie SOS in FL. POS.

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  8. The Kavanaugh debacle has been a huge distraction from what’s been going on with the Intelligence Community. Unfortunately, now that the smoke has cleared at least somewhat, we now know that there was no other option, that it had to go down like it did, for so many reasons that are ultimately helpful for out side.

    As it turns out, our President Trump has pulled off another brilliant winning gambit- his genius never ceases to amaze me. As Sundance has shown us, just look at all the incredible information we were able to garner as a direct result of Doctor Fraud’s phony intervention. Her CIA/FBI entourage of defenders showed us beyond a shadow of a doubt that these Deep State scumbags in the highest positions are still very much alive and kicking, even though they’ve suffered some deadly blows in the recent skirmishes.

    The other unforeseen result was how this would backfire on the Demonic Dems and disrupt their plans for a “Blue Wave.” Whoever was behind their plan made some serious miscalculations, no doubt a result of their extreme hubris and conviction that they could still get away with it.

    As it turns out, the Deplorables have come out stronger than ever. The electorate as been revitalized in plenty of time for the mid-terms, and even long time Dems and Independents have had enough of the Gestapo/ Fascist/Stalinist/ Commie tactics of the Demon Rats and their cronies in the MSM. All in all it’s been a pretty good week for the Good Guys. Thank God..
    Her LawFare/CIA/FBI entourage

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  9. bkeyser says:

    It seemed to me in watching the interview that Nunes was told -and I’m assuming he’s referring to the Gang of Eight briefings by Brennan- that Republicans were behind the Trump/Russia dirt, even though they knew otherwise. Did Brennan lie to Congress?

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  10. Holmes says:

    A few random thoughts.

    I think Rosenstein is neither a white hat nor a black hat. Rosenstein looks out for Rosenstein and will hitch his wagon to whichever is currently the strongest horse. Andrew McCarthy wrote something along these lines a couple of weeks ago. Trump is now the strong horse and Mueller is becoming a sideshow. I think Rosenstein is now more than willing to throw anybody under the bus so long as they can’t finger HIM for something in return. Any Rosenstein dilution of the executive summary in the next IG report will be to protect himself and everybody else can fry.

    Soon after Horowitz’s Clinton email report, I read somewhere that the FISA IG report would not be completed until after 01/01/2019. So, if the report doesn’t come out before the mid-terms or before the first of the year, it’s not due to deep state shenanigans. That was the anticipated schedule all along.

    I’d like to know, and I wish Maria had asked Nunes, what information was passed by Sussman to the FBI. Was it anything truthful or just lies? Was the FBI willingly gullible or were they complicit in deeming any Sussman information to be a FACT and including it in the FISA warrant?

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    • Genie says:

      Comey and Wittes discussed Rosenstein back in Spring 2017. Wittes wrote that Comey said, “Rod is a survivor, and you don’t get to survive that long across administrations without making compromises.

      “https://www.lawfareblog.com/what-james-comey-told-me-about-donald-trump

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    • Perhaps.

      But RR is a snake and he will bite you big time if you ever trust him.

      He is looking out for himself. He is also arrogant and loves power. Trump would be a fool to trust him on anything. Perhaps he could use him in some way, but not trust him. He does not have the president’s interest at heart.

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  11. Concerned says:

    Who do you thing is going to win, someone following the Marcus of Queens-bury Rules or Mixed Martial Arts rules?

    Who do you thing is going to win, the Democrats, who believe that the ends justify the means and have shown themselves willing to demonstrate it or the Republicans?

    Ask any Combat Veteran, what the real rules are. Democrats are talking about packing the supreme court in 2020.

    I would suggest that it is time for the Republicans, to reconsider their approach.

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    • Mariposa323 says:

      My two cents : the only way we keep the momentum going for our side is the Muller investigation needs to be definitively discredited or shut down . All these stories about DNC lawyer was giving info to DOJ lawyers , great , but won’t get traction . PDJT HAS to DECLASSIFY now and put Muller to rest ( one or the other or both ) . That is what will take at least some of the air out if the tire of these crazy Dems , and also have the effect of keeping Republicans motivated . It’s critical I think .

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      • Concerned says:

        I agree, something must be done before the midterms to gain traction. I would like to offer this suggestion, something not to big, but something sure to gain attention.

        Locate and publish just two documents before the midterms: Lynch’s sign-off on the emergency FISA warrant on Carter Page since it could only be issued with Obama’s approval. And, a copy of Obama’s PDB showing that his administration was Tracking President Trump’s Campaign in very early 2016.

        This action could well put into motion a series of down stream events directly affecting the DOJ and FBI.

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    • MALTHUS says:

      Change your approach Republicans, because concern trolls worry there has been too much winning for the last two years.

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    • feralcatsblog says:

      “Ask any Combat Veteran, what the real rules are. “

      Don’t look conspicuous, it draws fire. And if you draw fire, it irritates the people around you.

      And always remember, no matter what you do, a board of inquiry can prove anything.

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  12. haug01 says:

    Here is a link which shows the total number of federal sealed indictments of of 5/31/2018 were 35,058! It looks like Sessions and Huber et al have been very busy:

    https://operationdisclosure.blogspot.com/2018/06/total-amount-of-sealed-indictments-as.html

    I have not independently verified this but the instructions on how to do this are online at:
    Search for Sealed Indictments on Pacer.gov
    https://i-uv.com/wp-content/uploads/…/Search-for-Sealed-Indictments-on-Pacer.pdf

    As I stated before, there was no point in indicting/unsealing indictments until Justice K was appointed (any cases would be appealed all the way to the SCOTUS).

    I think it is likely that there will be a gradual, sequential rollout of multiple indictments between now and election day. Would you (Sundance and others) please consider commenting on the unusually high number (> 35,000) of sealed indictments?

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    • paulwoll says:

      http://archive.is/4fpIt Debunking the Q indictments myth.

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      • haug01 says:

        Thank you for your reply. As I said, I have not run the procedure on the Pacer site yet, but the data looked legit with an unusually high number of sealed indictments in the Eastern CA and SDNY districts. Are you saying the first link is faked? Did you check Pacer and show that their data was false? The “debunking” can be viewed with the same skepticism as the original claim. If time allows, I’ll try to verify the Eastern CA and SDNY districts on Pacer. Regardless, Sundance implies that something needs to happen. With Justice K appointed, the indictments can begin. Time will tell.

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    • How many indictments were there in prior years, looking back to say 2015?
      Is this an unusual number, or par for the course? What do we have as a comparison?

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  13. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    Can someone riddle me this?
    Why did Sessions spend two days with Huber last week? Why does Huber exist? How come we are told that Baker, Page, etc. are singing, but nothing is going on?

    This is a complex set of facts involving international players, highest level executive branch officials, the state, Cia, justice, FBI etc. These crimes involve Sedition, a form of treason. Yet Sessions is Deepstate? I don’t get why these particular actors would cover up.
    ROSEY yes; Sessions, no.

    If I’m wrong, I will be first to admit my error.
    The available evidence indicates a take down is being carefully orchestrated.

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    • Julian says:

      It’s all going on Trump & Sessions are Draining the Swamp and destroying the Democrats.

      #MAGA

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    • haug01 says:

      Horowitz is an investigator who collects all the facts but does not prosecute (like the FBI). Huber is a prosecutor (like the DOJ) with > 10 times the manpower of Mueller and all the same authority as Mueller. He can empanel grand juries and prepare indictments (including sealed indictments). It used to be that there were no leaks regarding ongoing investigations. There was no warning. The first sign would be the indictments. For many years, leaking has become the sick norm. Sessions and Huber have restored that approach. Some people believe no news/indictments prove that Horowitz, Sessions, and Huber haven’t done anything since they were appointed. I respectfully disagree. The extreme measures taken to derail Justice K were taken because the deep state knew they would win in the corrupt lower courts and be saved by a 4:4 tie in the SCOTUS on appeal. Did you see then part in in the Justice Ks hearing where Lindsey Graham asked Justice K about the difference between Military Law (the Law of Armed Conflict) and Civilian Law (Basic Criminal Law) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_gmOsnjrZw)? Did you see that Justice K confirmed we remain in a State of War which was declared on 9/14/2001 (same https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_gmOsnjrZw)? Did you see the Executive Orders where Trump revised the Manual for Courts=Martial which will go into effect 1/1/2019 (https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/2018-amendments-manual-courts-martial-united-states/)?
      When Trump said “our campaign represents a true existential threat like they haven’t seen before” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2qIXXafxCQ, 35 seconds in), he wasn’t kidding. Getting Justice K in was a necessary step in this plan which was created 2 years ago and is proceeding nicely.

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  14. Right to reply says:

    I’ve been hoping undercover reporters will catch out a few demonstrators and Democrat senators

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  15. SHV says:

    “The available evidence indicates a take down is being carefully orchestrated.”
    *****
    Seems to be the pattern that PDJT is following. I don’t think there will be any PDJT bomb shells until after the election. If PDJT’s cards already on the table, ie. the economy, 2 SCOTUS Justices, the utterly representable behavior of the Dem-Thugs, etc., and another 15(?) rallies aren’t enough to mobilize R voter output, then exposure of another inside the Beltway Coup scandal won’t help. (And we are screwed)

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  16. SHV says:

    “The available evidence indicates a take down is being carefully orchestrated.”
    *****
    Seems to be the pattern that PDJT is following. I don’t think there will be any PDJT bomb shells until after the election. If PDJT’s cards already on the table, ie. the economy, 2 SCOTUS Justices, the utterly representable behavior of the Dem-Thugs, etc., and another 15(?) rallies aren’t enough to mobilize R voter output, then exposure of another inside the Beltway Coup scandal won’t help. (And we are screwed)

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  17. Greg says:

    Mueller should be subpoenaed and grilled….he has been a willing co-conspirator….like Nunes said – what the heck has he been doing for 18 months….frightening witnesses and making them bankrupt knowing it was all a crock from day 1. He has put the country thru a nightmare….he has trashed his own reputation.

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    • sedge2z says:

      If we knew how much money is being paid to Mueller and his Dem buddies for this never ending lawyer-probe, there’d be a lot more hollering to end it.

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  18. Julian says:

    What can Trump do about any of this though?

    Probably nothing.

    Others must step up.

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    • Greg Cox says:

      Uh, he can Declass and Release any time he so wishes. And there is no one that our VSG will allow to stop him, including the equally criminal Australia and UK.

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  19. Phil aka Felipe says:

    October Surprise?

    Now that Kavanaugh is on the SC, wonder if Team Trump challenges the constitutionality of the Mueller Special Counsel, especially with all the blatant conflicts?

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  20. Feanor says:

    1) There’s been a tectonic shift in the ability of the DNC/MSN to control the narrative. Fewer people are buying less of what they’re selling. And that’s a good thing because it means they’ll be powerless when it comes to drumming up outrage when Mueller gets the inevitable boot.

    2) Uniparty no more? Or at least severely weakened? How to explain the sudden pivot by Mitch and Lindsey? Considering it comes after McCain’s departure, one has to wonder if certain people are being freed from unseen obligation/pressure.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Feanor, I have been reading for hours. My first impulse is to get very discouraged if not down right angry. But your comment hit a nerve. There HAS been a tectonic shift in the swamp. You are spot on about the msm and the dnc having lost so much power to control the narrative as truth. And there is a tectonic shift taking place in the Senate. Some say it is the absence of McCain, and perhaps so, but me thinks our Lion is simply showing these guys where there balls are and teaching them how to fight. These are really big changes that none of us thought possible two years ago.

      I believe that our leader will drop bombs if he needs to. He certainly has them. We know it and they know it. If POTUS wants to destroy RR and Mueller he has the goods to do it. If he chooses not to, it will not be out of fear, it will be strategic. I bet the president has internal polling that shows that there is a massive red wave coming. If Rasmussen says he is at 51%, then he is at 58%. If the generic ballot difference is 6 points, then it is the Republicans up by 6.

      Satan was defeated at the cross. He has no real power other than to deceive. He tries to intimidate, but if we choose not to listen to his distortions, we can live lives of freedom. I do not believe a single word that is uttered by the msm and very little on Fox. I read for my information. I really believe that VSG has this. He has bombs if he needs them. He is not going to sit by and watch Nancy and Chuck take over. Not gonna happen. Vote, get some popcorn and then flip between CNN and PSMBC on election night. MAGA.

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  21. Greg Cox says:

    I’ll never quit reading SD here. And after Red October,, followed by record numbers of voters keeping the majority in the House and Senate, followed by traitors, guilty of the the most treasonous act’s in United States history, being sentenced to death or life in prison, by tribunals, I’ll never be disrespectful to SD, and say, we told you so.

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  22. mg says:

    This analysis overestimates the current power of the deep state because it underestimates the current power of President Trump and his determination to use it. Look at the fear and panic as a result of President Trump’s declassification order- currently suspended, but hanging over their heads like a guillotine. President Trump has already considerably weakened the deep state to the point of turning their plotting and ridicule to fear. He will continue to do so. If you have any doubt, listen again to his inaugural speech. He views draining the swamp not as a catch phrase but as a deep commitment.

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  23. Evelyn says:

    I am unsure if many of us have really though this through: in a few weeks, after the midterms, when the Red Tsunami has destroyed any hope of the Dems taking control of congress, POTUS will have the unredacted FISA materials etc. released and then the arrests will begin. I’m not going to predict how Huber, Sessions and Wray will factor into all of this, although I’m certain that they will.

    Remember Loretta Lynch saying that there should be blood in the streets? At that point the fascist brownshirts/Soros-funded left have plans that are openly discussed on twatter etc. for rioting/murders/terrorism (their puppet masters are going down and will be out of options). I have no doubt that POTUS and his team are on top of that and precautions have been carefully planned ; nevertheless, if there is sufficient concern, it may be necessary to institute some form of Martial law, perhaps activating the military in limited “hot spots” in order to protect common citizens and their property as we go about our daily lives (i.e. there will not be another Baltimore). Of course there will be challenges to this in the legal system which is why having Justice Kavanaugh in place beforehand was so critical, and why there was such a disproportionate, desperate freak out on the left over his appointment. It has nothing to do with Roe v. Wade and everything to do with protecting us. As well, Lindsay Graham’s pointed questions to Judge Kavanaugh about civil law vs. military law/the law of armed conflict were a direct shot across the bow of the entire swamp..

    Don’t think they don’t know what’s coming their way. It’s going to be epic.

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  24. Bendix says:

    I can’t follow all these byzantine machinations, I must admit.
    What I love, is that so many people who can, are seeing this.
    There’s no putting this genie back in the bottle.

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  25. Uncompliant says:

    There is a relatively famous book by psychologist Leon Festinger from 1956 called When Prophecy Fails.

    This was a study of a cult named “the Seekers.” They believed that a massive flood was coming that would destroy the West Coast and most of the world. The cult leader claimed she was communicating with aliens from the planet Clarion through automatic writing. The leader was told — and the Seekers believed — that the aliens were coming to rescue them. However, the flood did not arrive on the appointed day.

    Festinger was fascinated to discover and report that the failure of the world to end did not end the cult. The most-heavily invested Seekers made a simple mental shift to the belief that their faith had prevented the flood. Otherwise, they continued believing most of the other ideas of the Seekers including their happy thoughts about watchful and benevolent aliens.

    This is what people do. Very few of us have Saul of Tarsus on the road to Damascus moments. We make small mental moves. As this Slate article from 2011 phrased it: “… we adapt to even the most unlikely of contradictions using nothing more than our methods of everyday rationalization.”

    http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2011/05/prophecy_fail.html

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  26. California Joe says:

    Rosenstein has to be canned! He is at the very heart of the insurrection from whatever angle you approach it. He recommended that President Trump fire Comey then appoints Mueller to investigate President Trump for firing Comey! Huh?

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  27. LannyD says:

    The President should take the case as we now know directly to the people in a live oval office telecast. Names and facts in a clear SunDance like summary. Also publicly announce he is removing security clearances of the major players in anticipation of more actions after the midterms. Use the word coup and back it up eith undeniable facts. Bring CTH type clarity to the masses.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Have Sundance in the Oval Office with him, moving charts and graphs around and placing layers of transparencies on top of each other to help show the truth. Then, everyone will know who Sundance is, and he can run in 2024😁

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  28. “Those currently corrupt DOJ and FBI officials are not protecting Wolfe as much as they are protecting themselves. This includes Rosenstein, FBI Director Christopher Wray…”

    Great analysis and organization. Thanks SD. I learned a lot.

    But what I don’t understand is the action of Wray. He seems like a clueless bureaucrat who wants to protect his turf and the bureau’s reputation. I don’t know why he would want to be a part of this like the others.

    I guess we will soon learn the motivation. I know one thing, I have no confidence in him based on what I have seen so far. I also know whoever is advising the president on hiring these people are not his friends.

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  29. For Eyes says:

    I agree with Sundance’s perspective. But that bit of cheering isn’t why I post.

    Let’s not lose sight of one of Nunes’ key points. It was 3 weeks ago that Trump ordered the declassification “immediately”, then Rosenstein met with Trump, and the IG was tasked to review the material.

    And there it sits.

    Tomorrow begins a new week, confirmation is done, and there are TWO big items to address: 1) Rosenstein, and 2) declassification IMMEDIATELY.

    Draining the swamp does not mean tap-dancing around it.

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    • Greg Cox says:

      Spot on! Nothing could move forward until Kavanaugh was seated. The Supreme Court now seals the traitorous Deep State’s fate now. Amazing how little, people place on Lyndsey Grahams questions to Kavanaugh on Military Tribunals.

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  30. Spab says:

    “There are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say there are things that we now know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we do not know we don’t know. So when we do the best we can and we pull all this information together, and we then say well that’s basically what we see as the situation, that is really only the known knowns and the known unknowns.” Donald Rumsfeld
    With respect to Sessions and many of the other players we can say that, from our vantage point, they appear to be doing less than they could or should be doing. However, we must not lose sight of the fact that we are only seeing the “game” from our seat in the stands or on our couches. This is a serious business being played out before us. It not only affects whether we are right or wrong but affects the national destiny of our nation and our culture. We have facts which are now known and we are aware of some of the unknowns but we are unsure that we are seeing enough of the picture to draw accurate conclusions. It does not cost any of us much if we are wrong on the particulars but it is an entirely a different matter for the President and his team. They must proceed with prudence and wisdom. If it takes longer than they had hoped then it takes longer.

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    • Both Sessions and RR are dong nothing to help Trump.

      To think otherwise is wishful thinking.

      There is no evidence of even intent to do something.

      Don’t be fooled.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      I know that there is a lot that I don’t know, even though I know that I know a lot about some things and don’t know a lot about others. And I know that you know things that I don’t and you know that I know things that you don’t know. But we can all agree that we are winning winning winning bigly!

      By the way, that kind of sounds like an old Dave Mason song.

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  31. ZurichMike says:

    “This is the current state of the challenge; refusing to accept it doesn’t make anything improve.”

    Many of us do not disagree about the facts presented; but we refuse to accept “it” (your analysis) because:
    (1) it does not consider all relevant facts; such facts that only Trump knows but has not yet revealed,
    (2) it is based on the premise that everything Trump says is information, rather than strategic disinformation (which Trump has used in the past smoke out leakers, for example),
    (3) it ignores or downplays other facts (sealed indictments, parallel investigations out of the limelight),
    (4) it assumes that Trump is a stupid, incompetent, or has no counterattack planned or in motion (and again, not yet revealed),
    (5) it assumes that Trump telegraphs his intentions, goals, and timetables 100% of the time in sequence and in real time rather than partially as needed and out of sequence,
    (6) it is at odds with notions of Cold Anger, Occam’s Razor, and all the strategic patience of Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” — also presented on this site over and over.

    I trust and judge Trump on goals and results, not conjecture from the sidelines.

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  32. Uncompliant says:

    The tactics being used are very familiar to the Clintons. These are variations on the OTPOR tactics that were used in Serbia and a dozen other “color revolutions.” When Hillary was Secy of State, she oversaw many such efforts. Victoria Nuland,Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs was a key Hilliary employee for this. These tactics are clearly being used against Pres. Trump, FWIW.

    Here are a few links: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/mar/08/srdja-popovic-revolution-serbian-activist-protest

    https://readersupportednews.org/opinion2/277-75/35759-focus-bill-and-hillarys-interventions-raise-new-doubts-about-nato

    https://www.activistpost.com/2015/05/george-soros-nato-us-color-revolution.html

    http://canvasopedia.org/must-read/

    For the last, scroll to the bottom for the 198 Methods of Nonviolent Action — familiar, yes?

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  33. 6x47 says:

    To me the dead giveaway that “Stealth Jeff” and “Undercover Huber” aren’t actually doing anything effective is the lightning speed with which Rosenstein and Mueller open investigations and bring indictments, while Jeff and Huber plod slowly along doing … nothing.

    I’ve said it from the beginning and I say it against now: Jeff Sessions made a very serious mistake in recusing from nothing,on the advice of the very people he should have fired, because they were allegedly investigating their own hoax tale of Russian collusion.

    Sessions should have said he would recuse IF and WHEN a criminal matter arises where it would be appropriate. Not bench himself in the first inning before the first pitch.

    In the final analysis- this whole debacle is Sessions’ fault. And he doesn’t appear to appreciate it or care to do anything to fix his mistake. Appoint a Special Counsel FFS: What is he waiting for?

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  34. Fools Gold says:

    So it goes back to what Nunes said Sundance. “I want to know what the hell Mule head is investigating “. One thing I’ve noticed lately and maybe you have too but I hadn’t seen or heard a word from Comey, Clapper, Brennan lately. Maybe it’s because Trump can switch on the lights anytime HE chooses…and no I’ve never read Q ever.

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  35. mtk says:

    With SD describing…
    “On March 28th, 2018, the DOJ Office of Inspector General Michael Horowitz formerly announced…”

    and the later expansion,

    “Two months later on Monday May 21st, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein added a significant DOJ mandate to the Inspector General review”…

    …to include IC at large. There are two possible motives at work with this action taken by Rosenstein in May of 2018.

    First his actions of May 2018 appears to be appropriate in that’s, “Where the evidence is pointing.”

    However, as SD goes on by explaining the OIG investigative process with his emphasis on the IG report… “Is a process of gathering facts and assertions that can be substantiated.” Leads to my second observation.

    Which is, “Now, the whole process can be subverted by the cloak of National Security.”

    If SD, can’t say it I will…

    The cloak of National Security is a foil. Which technically eviscerates and blunts the ability of the OIG to compile the FISA report. Much of the compartmentalized material evidence that can be substantiated about elements within the FBI/DoJ acting in a manner to politicalize the FISC can NOW…

    be redacted and/or can be be attributed to Nation Security concerns that raise a level of ambiguity that can NOT substantiated(because National Security is not forth coming).

    And, thus may be NOT even included in Horowitz’ report on findings.

    I’ll say it again, just a bit differently, “How circular convenient of Rosenstein, ability to hide behind doing the right thing (appearences) and actually throwing a monkey wrench in process.”

    Where have we seen that before?

    But never mind all this, the MSM and the SWAMP has painted the whole mess into a referendum. A referendum based on the midTerm results such that the political wind is just waiting on the result to either bury the investigations or grow a back bone.

    It has been proclaimed this is the case, where I don’t know, but the claim is out there.

    In that Q is right, WWGOWGA, WE HAVE MORE THEN WE KNOW.

    GET OUT AND VOTE OUT THE SWAMP WHERE WE CAN.

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  36. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Just re-read this. THIS part bugs me. A LOT.

    Two months later on Monday May 21st, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein added a significant DOJ mandate to the Inspector General review. Rosenstein expanded the original FISA review to include looking at whether officials within the intelligence community may have unlawfully used human intelligence assets to “spy” or “surveil” the Trump campaign:

    “The Department has asked the Inspector General to expand the ongoing review of the FISA application process to include determining whether there was any impropriety or political motivation in how the FBI conducted its counterintelligence investigation of persons suspected of involvement with the Russian agents who interfered in the 2016 presidential election.” (link)

    Not only is this a DELAY past a known date (the election, as noted by Sundance), but it looks like a SET-UP for ANOTHER WHITE-WASH.

    Am I wrong here? Is there any way this CANNOT be white-washed?

    The word is that Rosy and Comey CONSPIRED to start the Mueller process. At this point, I cannot believe that Rosy is a good guy. He could not have done this for good reasons. He was FINE with the prior whitewashed executive summary of an IG report.

    I think he’s going for a DELAY + WHITEWASH here.

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    • JasonD says:

      Wolfmoon, if Sessions, Rosy, Wray, Huber et al are Swamp enablers who are in reality doing nothing then I want their HEADS on spikes. Time will tell. In the meanwhile, I am giving them the benefit of the doubt, based on scraps of info.

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  37. gda says:

    “Those corrupt former DOJ/FBI officials (Bromwich, McLean, Laufman, etc.), who are part of the Blasey-Ford construct, were clearly working with a set of current officials.”

    There undoubtedly is still a faction within FBI supporting the “small group”, but it appears that there power is gone, or at least limited.

    The fact is that Bromwich was reduced to frantically demanding the name of the chief investigator in the FBI handling the 7th investigation, only to be blown off. And the fact is that the final report totally exonerated Kavanaugh. Which leads me to believe that, while pockets of diseased flesh remain, much of what needed to be cauterized in the FBI has been.

    Next to come – the DOJ. And PT has that under control AFAIK.

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  38. MVW says:

    The point was made earlier that Kav spectacle has outed the Dems as too scary to put in power. Don’t muddy that water with another pre 2018 midterm distraction.

    So, nothing will be done to clean up the DOJ & FBI until after the midterms. After the midterms it will be a blood bath for the Obama – Clinton & Crime Syndicate dug in at our corrupt DOJ & FBI.

    The only remaining cleanup that has gone under the radar is the corrupt anti-American rogue group in the CIA. I assume it is a rogue group because otherwise it is a bit too scary for me. It is no wonder why Flynn was their first target (thank you Pence… /s… for doing your stab in the back Brutus job… now gone back to sleeper mode).

    CIA cleanup is the unknown…

    and I don’t even bother with the ‘stealth Jeff’ & ‘Q’ knuckleheads anymore, I put them in the GBush defender section.

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  39. Tom says:

    I have a feeling that this should say “formally” rather than “formerly”: “…Horowitz formerly announced an additional investigation…”

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  40. haug01 says:

    Horowitz is an investigator who collects all the facts but does not prosecute (like the FBI). Huber is a prosecutor (like the DOJ) with > 10 times the manpower of Mueller and all the same authority as Mueller. He can empanel grand juries and prepare indictments (including sealed indictments). It used to be that there were no leaks regarding ongoing investigations. There was no warning. The first sign would be the indictments. For many years, leaking has been the new the sick norm. Sessions and Huber have restored the prior “no leaks” approach. Some people believe that no news/indictments prove that Horowitz, Sessions, and Huber haven’t done anything since they were appointed. I respectfully disagree. The extreme measures taken to derail Justice K were taken because the deep state knew they would win in the corrupt lower courts and be saved by a 4:4 tie in the SCOTUS on appeal. There was no point in issuing a single indictment until Justice K was appointed. Did you see then part in in the Justice Ks hearing where Lindsey Graham asked Justice K about the difference between Military Law (the Law of Armed Conflict) and Civilian Law (Basic Criminal Law) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_gmOsnjrZw)? Did you see that Justice K confirmed we remain in a State of War which was declared on 9/14/2001 (same https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_gmOsnjrZw)? Did you see the Executive Orders where Trump revised the Manual for Courts-Martial which will go into effect 1/1/2019 (https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/2018-amendments-manual-courts-martial-united-states/)?
    When Trump said “our campaign represents a true existential threat like they haven’t seen before” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2qIXXafxCQ, 35 seconds in), he wasn’t kidding. Getting Justice K apponted was a necessary (and probably the single most important) step in this plan which was created 2 years ago and is proceeding nicely.

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  41. Curt says:

    So my question is: What’s actually behind this “new” relationship between President Trump and Rosenstein? Today Rosenstein is on Air Force 1 with the President. I really believe President Trump is just too smart to be okey-doked by this deep state operative who has tried to undermine him in every way. I believe Rosenstein may even be criminally exposed. So what’s going on? Mueller hasn’t let out a peep in weeks!!! What is President Trump’s end game here?????

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  42. Kent says:

    Rosenstein is deep state trash….Sessions is proving himself to be the same….he HAD to have KNOWN he would recuse…

    His goal…for whatever reason…was to help hinder and eliminate PDJT…

    And he has accomplished hindrance….

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  43. David Farrar says:

    “The election is 30 days away from today. There is almost no way the IG report on FISA abuse and “spygate” will be completed prior to the mid-term election.”

    Rosenstein wins again. I have to assume Pres. Trump knows what he is doing, his entire presidency depends on it. Both he and Rosenstein are in a race to the Nov. 6th finish line. If Rosenstein can bluff, delay, obfuscate, long enough, say passed this week, no matter what is revealed, it will probably not affect the election in terms of getting the president’s base out in even larger numbers.

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