Testimony From Baker: Andrew McCabe Was Dead Serious About Soft-Coup Attempt…

Most of the political focus regarding the “wear a wirecomments from Rod Rosenstein have focused on his intentions, serious or not. [Fox NewsDaily Caller]  However, seemingly, and conveniently, overlooked amid the analysis is the testimony from James Baker about the structure of the underlying conversation being dead serious.

Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe was clearly the fulcrum of the effort to weaponize the FBI intelligence apparatus to take down candidate Trump, President-Elect Trump and then President Trump through a multitude of corrupt schemes and coordinated plans.  Not much about this intention remains hidden.  It is the testimony from James Baker to congress that is now highlighting the bigger picture.

Team McCabe consists of multiple defenders who were part of the larger soft-coup and have a self-interest in distracting the agregate public from the story.  The public hits against DAG Rod Rosenstein are symptomatic of the team’s current objectives.

As John Solomon writes about the testimony of former FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker, he is the first to look beyond the distracting “wiretap comments” and focus on the seriousness of the bigger picture:

(Via The Hill) […] Baker’s story lays bare an extraordinary conversation in which at least some senior FBI officials thought it within their purview to try to capture the president on tape and then go to the president’s own Cabinet secretaries, hoping to persuade the senior leaders of the administration to remove the president from power.

Even more extraordinary is the timing of such discussions: They occurred, according to Baker’s account, in the window around the firing of FBI Director James Comey. Could it be that the leaders of a wounded, stunned FBI were seeking retribution for their boss’s firing with a secret recording operation?

I doubt this is the power that Congress intended to be exercised when it created the FBI a century ago, or the circumstances in which the authors of the 25th Amendment imagined a president’s removal could be engineered.

This wasn’t a president who was incapacitated at the time. He was fully exercising his powers — but in a way the FBI leadership did not like.  (read more)

John Solomon’s outline of Baker’s testimony aligns with what he know of the structural intent of the soft-coup plotters; and we don’t just have to take James Baker’s word for it.

The extent to which Rod Rosenstein was a willing or unwilling participant; or whether he was considered a useful tool by the plotting team; is an unknown variable.  At times it appears the Deputy AG is as much complicit in the cover-up as the primary plotters themselves; as in the example of his request to President Trump to halt the declassification directive.  However, this could also be due to Rosenstein’s sense of guilt and self-interest.

What is clear and ‘on-the-record’ is Rosenstein testifying to congress that he had no idea DOJ Official Bruce Ohr was participating with the FBI in setting up the campaign against the President.  If the DAG is to be believed, Rosenstein only found out about Bruce Ohr and Nellie Ohr’s involvement in the last several months.



If we are to believe Rosenstein, that congressional testimony -under oath- only serves to underline how there are officials within the highest ranks of the current DOJ who are working earnestly to the benefit of the exited soft-coup team.

Not only does DAG Rosenstein testify he didn’t know Bruce Ohr was working with the FBI on the counterintelligence operation, he also states the briefing he was given -exclusively by DOJ officials- about the FISA renewal was entirely different from the media reporting on that renewal itself.

Rosenstein seems sure the IG review and investigation of that third FISA renewal will vindicate him of any malfeasance or connection to the conspiracy.  However, the only way that vindication can be so certain is if the deputy AG feels a concerted effort by DOJ officials to trick him will be exposed by IG Michael Horowitz.



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436 Responses to Testimony From Baker: Andrew McCabe Was Dead Serious About Soft-Coup Attempt…

  1. john edward lorenz says:

    Until 2016 there was a tacit understanding of sorts between the elitists and everyone else. They had the authority to rule (no matter how poorly) as long as they accepted the results of a valid election, which gave them the legitimacy to do so. However, the current “elite” is composed of anti-American sovereignty authoritarian globalists who use the tactics of Alinsky and Lenin. They did not like the potential and/or actual results of the 2016 election. So they used their lapdog toadies in the bureaucracy to undertake a coup. Unless their are multiple indictments justice for the American people will be denied and the rift caused by THEIR VIOLATION OF TRUST will remain unhealed.

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  2. Sassy says:

    Having heard this, didn’t Rosenstein, being a patriot who respects the Constitution, feel an obligation to report this to the president?

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Sassy says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that somebody did tape the president.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. bill says:

    The Final Truth of Russia-gate

    As the hoax unravels, the real story of “foreign collusion” comes out

    by Justin Raimondo Posted on October 08, 2018
    The conspiracy to overthrow a sitting US President extends far beyond our own “Deep State.” As I’ve been saying in this space for quite some time, it’s been an international team effort from the beginning. Setting aside the British origins of the obscene “dossier” compiled by “ex”-MI6 agent Christopher Steele, we now have further confirmation of foreign involvement in President Trump’s decision to delay (perhaps indefinitely) the declassification of key Russia-gate documents. While US intelligence officials were expected to oppose the move, “Trump was also swayed by foreign allies, including Britain, in deciding to reverse course, these people said. It wasn’t immediately clear what other governments may have raised concerns to the White House.”….


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    • rjjcda says:

      Remember, CIA was originated and MID-WIFED by MI6. Kim Philby was mentor to Angleton beginning during war in London. But the spies were not acting for the Soviets, but for the Globalists through their captured puppet, MI6.

      Liked by 2 people

  5. bill says:

    October 10, 2018
    Trump, Declassification, and Leverage
    By Mark Wauck

    There’s a reason why President Trump has not unilaterally declassified the documents exposing perfidy against him: leverage. As the whole Russia hoax is beginning to come into some sort of global perspective – quite literally, as we’ll see – the extent of the advantage he now maintains by holding back declassification as a threat outweighs the benefits of transparency. Recent posts by observers who write from widely varying perspectives give us the ability to discern the current state of play…


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    • Beau Geste says:

      Again, the rationalization of “leverage” is silly. The midterms determine power over “leverage”. If the crooked FISA warrants, “fake russia, russia” schemes and illegal DOJ/FBI bias, and crooked redactions are not made public, the midterms will be lost.

      Maybe President Trump doesn’t want the unredacted records released for some reason? Melania is said to talk openly about “infidelity” in an interview. Perhaps this is to acculturate the electorate to unredacted information before release?

      The fear of destruction of our economy if the totalitarian radical dems get back in power should be enough to overcome any Trump-negative information the FBI has, with the crooked FBI/DOJ records.

      When the repubs ask for money, tell them “no money of votes until the records congress wants are released unredacted”.


  6. bill says:

    All parts of the same puzzle for me – Trying to get all the parts on the same page


    Please see below for a transcript of Sen. Schumer’s remarks this morning in New York City calling for a Senate Select Committee to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election:



  7. bill says:

    All of us have different places were we picked up this story, for me it was this:
    Obama Used British Intel BCHQ To Spy On Trump! US Intel Bypassed To Avoid US Fingerprints!

    Judge Napolitano always seems to have the inside scoop on what’s really going on with in the US intel and government! He came out today and exposed something that no one else is covering. The very fact that the Media has blacked it out is a testament to the likely.

    Who told Fox News to shut-up?

    This of course is only part of the story.


    • By “today” do you mean a full year and a half ago? It has been discussed on here previously that Judge Nap has since been radio silent on the matter since then…clearly someone got to him and convinced him to stand down on this.


  8. Pedro Morales says:

    It would be interesting if McCabe Page and Baker all go under oath. And then RR produces his own tape recording of the conversation. Someone be lying. And I have to believe someone has a tape of people talking about tapes. You can’t make this stuff up.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Pedro Morales says:

      Everyone could be taping everyone. If omarossa was doing it…..


      • bill says:

        NSA is already doing it. Why can’t we just ask for and receive a copy when we need it. Examples: someone calls your home with a threat, someone sends an obscene email to a family member.


    • bill says:

      Why bother to put McCabe Page and Baker under oath. You have to know by now that the NSA has a copy of all electronic communications. Just ask, for it from the NSA, O I forgot they like to pretend they don’t have it.


  9. Concerned says:

    All I want to see is a copy the Carter Page certification authorization by Obama?

    Authorization (without court order). 50 USC 1802 says Notwithstanding any other law, the President, through the Attorney General, may authorize electronic surveillance without a court order under this subchapter to acquire foreign intelligence information for periods of up to one year if the Attorney General certifies in writing under oath that…

    (3) The Attorney General shall immediately transmit under seal to the court established under section 1803(a) of this title a copy of his certification. Such certification shall be maintained under security measures established by the Chief Justice with the concurrence of the Attorney General, in consultation with the Director of National Intelligence, and shall remain sealed unless—
    (A) an application for a court order with respect to the surveillance is made under sections 1801(h)(4) and 1804 of this title; or
    (B) the certification is necessary to determine the legality of the surveillance under section 1806(f) of this title.



  10. Pedro Morales says:

    I think people think the president s leverage is over RR. Since this seems to be a 5 eye’s operation. Meaning his leverage ia also over Australia and England. I believe Australia had an issue with us over refugees. We have an issue with the EU over trade, iran deal, etc. This delay over releasing info maybe POTUS using it for maximum pressure on a whole lot of issues.

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