Mark Meadows Discusses Simpson, Rosenstein and Mueller….

This is an interesting panel segment. It is not often you get the primary source (Meadows) and the recipients (Carter, Solomon and Hannity) all in one panel segment.  Representative Mark Meadows has been the primary source for information from within the joint committee oversight hearings to Sara Carter, John Solomon, Sean Hannity, Greg Jarrett and Catherine Herridge.

All of the panel participants concede that most of the declassified evidence against the soft-coup officials will not come out until after the mid-term election.  Additionally, it appears to be generally accepted now that AG Jeff Sessions will be fired (allowed a graceful exit) in the lame-duck congressional period or soon after.

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238 Responses to Mark Meadows Discusses Simpson, Rosenstein and Mueller….

    • fleporeblog says:

      I said yesterday that our President is confident for all the right reasons for the upcoming November 6th Election. What the Democrats and MSM did to Justice Kavanaugh and his family has literally flipped this election on its head. The one thing I would concede is that Democrats had a double digit margin on enthusiasm. That has completely evaporated.

      CNN today had to warn their lunatics that there may not be a Blue Wave and that Democrats may come up short in the House. They have acknowledged that there is no hope in the Senate.

      Poll after poll have been terrible this past week for Democrats not only running to retain their Senate seats but in House Districts the Democrats thought they could flip and more importantly hold onto.

      The Lunatics cannot be controlled! They are starting to destroy Republican offices. This is only going to intensify sane Americans to get out and vote.

      No need to take out this nuclear weapon at this point! AG Sessions can use the Prison Reform Bill as his reason for resigning. DAG Rosenstein can make sure that the IG Report doesn’t hold anything back and that it comes out by the end of November, early December.

      He has this POS Mueller put his report together and closes down shop. At which point he resigns. The MORONIC FBI Director can say based on the two resignations, he is resigning as well. Boente and anyone else can use the same excuse.

      The new Congress takes over on January 3rd! Senator Lindsey Graham assumes the Chairmanship for the Judiciary Committee since Senator Grassley will be taking over the Chair for the Finance Committee.

      We will have between 56 to 60 Republican Senators. Only 50 would be needed to confirm the replacements for the folks referenced above.

      On the House side, Rep. Jim Jordan becomes our Speaker. Nunez remains the Chair of his Committee. Rep. Matt Gaetz takes over Gowdy’s Committee while Rep. Mark Meadows takes over Bob Goodlatte’s Committee.

      At that point in time with all our weapons in place, our Lion 🦁 calls all the boys together and says, “EVERY SINGLE POS INVOLVED IN THIS COUP NEEDS TO FACE JUSTICE”.

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      • piper567 says:

        flepore, never have I so hoped you are spot on!
        That there last paragraph would be a dream come true!

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      • feralcatsblog says:

        “AG Sessions can use the Prison Reform Bill as his reason for resigning. “

        Sessions can use a hang nail as his reason for resigning just as long as he resigns.

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      • Dutchman says:

        One addition to a post that mirrors my thinking; a while bunch of conservative judges appointed, and even more with Senate majority, so that trials aren’t flummoxed by liberal judges.

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        • Bingo! In all of this, THAT is the critical issue, IMO! This will also help in the fight against radical Islam – MB and CAIR use our laws against us every single day of the week! Our judiciary MUST be brought back in line with the Constitution, even if it is only a minor step in the right direction.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Great 👍 point! 84 District and Appellate confirmations to date (29 Appellate and 55 District Judges).

          Mitch and Grassley are playing on getting another 43 done by the end of the calendar year. Many of those are District Judges. They would be the ones where prosecution cases will be heard.

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      • So… quick question here. Who’s in charge? sara carter? “But eventually the President will make that public, if he’s smart… he’ll get rid of rosenstein, he’ll get rid of jeff sessions, blah blah blah… ?

        Where were all these people throughout their careers when it comes to the swamp, derp state, globalism, treason and sedition? Why have we never heard any of them mention the term UNIPARTY in their entire lives???

        Well, they weren’t whistle blowing, especially sean hannity, he’s been incredibly busy selling rinos to “conservatives” and “great Americans” for his bosses. How long ago was it that Sundance was very skeptical of sara carter?

        Meh. So much of all of this seems like coat tail riding to rebuild careers or make them in the first place for talking heads and bloviating pundits that never stood up and spoke out about the globalist aspect of the swamp…

        Makes me a suspicious cat myself, especially when hannity’s favorite thing to say these days is that HE exposed all this crap, over and over and over again. Right there on his show… To even mention how those people on his “show” “deserve the credit” is to me, an insult to common sense.

        Lou Dobbs is the only person at Faux that ever spoke up about the evils in this nation, all the way back in the day and at fake news itself, cnn. I’m not trying to be “negative”, I’m trying… to understand why I should suddenly believe all these people are long-term heroes and so very “in the know”.

        Have at it folks. I still recall hannity’s call screener cursing me out in 2007 for being truthful about what I wanted to ask hannity about flip flopping from rino to rino and ignoring those who spoke in real terms, though the main one turned out to be fraud thompson. Not fred. Fraud. Before anyone rails, though, understand I know what our VSG PDJT has to work with, and to me, it ain’t much.

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        • JIM says:

          We have been hearing a lot of talk but no actions since the Republican took back the House. The latest is funding for the entire wall. We are still being strung along.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Excellent post TCH! I agree about Hannity and Sara Carter. Solomon seems like a straight shooter and that is why Patriots in the House feed him stories and when to drop those stories.

          Our President’ is playing the hand he was dealt to the best of his ability.

          You right about Lou Dobbs! He is a Patriot that loves our country and will call anyone out that he believes is playing games.

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          • Thanks Flep, I should have known that if anyone would understand that comment, it would be you… and a few others. I swear, I can smell the social manipulation on our “side”, the worst of it being the nearly gleeful cries for Jeff Sessions head. I still think about how Kavanaugh was “made guilty first, unless proven innocent”. Such a dangerously slippery slope we are being shown!

            That just isn’t who we should be… and to hear those on tell lie vision telling us what to think has never been who I am.

            Lou Dobbs has shared truth forever, without seeking credit or telling people what they should think.

            I’m off to take me some more Winnamins now, because Trump. 😀

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          • Eilert says:

            Actually he was playing this hand for a long time.
            The comment of Rosenstein and President Trump actions to let it slip on AF1 is not the real leverage he has on him.
            He had leverage over all of them, including Mueller, for a long time. Rosy and Mueller are just distractions to clean out the Deep State in the FBI and DOJ, behind the scene (nearly about done).
            The placement of constitutional judges at the courts was another necessity. That is why Kavanaugh was so important.
            All this needs time, especially if you know that the DS was in charge beforehand.
            It is probably frustrating for many, who want have these criminals in jail yesterday already, This process needs to be done thoroughly, otherwise the DS will get away with it and then we have an even bigger problem. The Spygate scandal after all is only the tip of the tip of the ice berg.

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        • Cc says:

          Not liking Hannity these days. Talks too much. Mostly about himself.

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          • Amy2 says:

            I can’t say as I blame him. He got NO credit for exposing Obama, and in the end, he will get no credit for having Sara and John on his show FROM THE BEGINNING of this discovery. Yes, he talks too much. He also gets to the truth.

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        • Madi says:

          THC,
          Agree with you. Why they do not interview Michael Savage? Jerome Corsi? The best thing I did was to discontinue expensive cable. Sara Carter use to be the “investigative” journalist on Glenn Beck (never Trumper with his associates );
          Anyone who asked questions about the usurper was banned on Fox, except LouDobb . Alternative media, like Sundance,Trunews, USAwatch dog, Corsi nation, vladtepes, Alex Jones are not seen on interviewed on Fox News (soft opposition).

          Our President is under attack. CIA, NSA, FBI, Scotus , Democrack, Rinocrack have all being involved willingly or not in commiting sedition; military tribunal soon.

          Those of us who stand with “equal justice” love God, families and pets.

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      • jederman54@yahoo.com says:

        Ok, ok, sounds good, but there is one important thing missing – trials then jail. Take it all the way to the obama WH.

        All these resignations don’t scratch my itch. Crimes were committed. They have to go or you’re not really draining the swamp.

        Read a great article a couple days ago here that speculated that PTrump’s agenda priorities don’t (at this time) seem to be bringing justice to the obama holdovers and DS’ers responsible for the “soft coup” attempt.

        I don’t get that. If draining the swamp is really part of the agenda it can’t possibly be accomplished by causing/demanding resignations. They have to pay for their crimes, or they will still be in the mix, causing trouble a year or two down the road. It has to end.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          SD was talking about Leverage! Our President has that with Rosenstein and by default Mueller. Once he uses it, he loses it. The point SD and I are making is that you are going to get what you are asking for. It won’t be before the November 6th Election and it won’t be with the current cast of characters at the DOJ and FBI.

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        • Once one realizes the truth about the swamp it’s normal to be itching for results, I know I want to see the hemp necklaces and neckties used asap.

          But, I have to remind myself that this isn’t just a national situation, it’s global and includes the most heinous of habitual crimes known to man, pedophilia, human trafficking, wanton murder, genocide etc… the list is too long to type.

          It’s tough, but letting them all get the hook deep in their mouths before setting them is the way to go!

          We elected Trump to do the job, we should at least once in a while remember that it’s a Herculean task… hard as it is to wait, I try to imagine how it is for him. Just donated money again, second time today, and all the while thinking of the scumbags that I KNOW for sure are rinos and scumbag neverTrumpers that might get a dollar from me.

          If only we could verify then trust…

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      • CaptainNonno says:

        Hoping

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      • Carrie2 says:

        The more the merrier we are and hopefully at least 15 for our side. Good information here and yes want Jim Jordan as Speaker and Nunes continue doing his good work, altho he is a little frustrated with Trump at the moment, but he will soon know what Trump is and will be up to.

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      • RoddREpub says:

        That is a plan I can get behind!

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      • Rachel Guess says:

        fleporeblog

        I really hope you are correct. I am a little concerned since reading that Graham may be shifting gears and eyeing the AG position. I would prefer seeing John Ratcliffe in the AG position.

        Graham did well during the Kavanaugh hearing, but I am reticent about trusting Graham suddenly growing a spine on important issues considering his past. Hopefully Graham will prove my suspicions to be unfounded, but I am maintaining a ‘wait and see’ attitude on him.

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        • singular says:

          Rachel, Graham has taken Soros money. He’s remade himself (image) too many times for me to ever trust him, no matter how tempting. Besides, I remember how many times he stabbed us in the back. How quickly people forget.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          He doesn’t want anything to do with it! Lindsey Graham needs to be a Senator because it guarantees him a place of importance until he dies. He has no family. It is his life.

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          • OSP says:

            ^^^ THIS

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          • singular says:

            He doesn’t want anything to do with what, Flep? Sorry, maybe not reading carefully ehough. Lol.

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          • Rachel Guess says:

            Let’s hope so flep, and I don’t remember where I saw it but that he had brought it up that if he were appointed to the AG position then Nikki Haley could be appointed to his Senate seat to finish out his term. It kind of gave me the willies although I think Nikki Haley would be great, like I said up above, it will take a LOT more than a single instance of Graham doing the right thing before I could comfortably have faith in his changing his stripes.

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          • OSP says:

            Further, I don’t think LG is qualified to be AG. He has very little prosecutorial experience and has never worked in the DOJ. If you haven’t worked there, you don’t know where all the rats can hide.

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      • Curry Worsham says:

        Flep, I loved your post except for Wray and Sessions resigning.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Sorry 😐 but there can’t be any other way with what I have seen so far.

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          • Curry Worsham says:

            Well, nobody knows for certain.
            There are valid arguments both ways.
            So, “we’ll see what happens.”

            SD has high regard for Jeff Carlson:

            “On August 2 2017, Rosenstein secretly issued Mueller a revised Scope of Investigation & Definition of Authority Memo which remains heavily redacted. The full purpose of this Memo remains unknown. On this same day, Christopher Wray was named the new FBI Director.

            Two days later, on August 4, 2017, AG Sessions announced the formation of a newly established Leak Task Force. Rosenstein and Wray were tasked with overseeing all leak investigations.

            There’s been a lot of speculation as to what lies with Rosenstein’s memo, but consider the title – Scope of Investigation & Definition of Authority – and do so in the context of events.

            That memo was probably specifically designed to remove any residual FBI influence – specifically that of McCabe, from the Russia investigation. The appointment of Wray as FBI director helped cement this. McCabe was finally completely neutralized.”

            https://themarketswork.com/2018/10/10/the-running-battle-between-deputy-ag-rod-rosenstein-and-andrew-mccabe/

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      • singular says:

        Good news mostly but hope people do not become apathetic and fail to vote. Also, Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz are two of the four Repubs who have taken SOROS MONEY

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        • fleporeblog says:

          What they did in the past never should be forgotten but we need to also realize that people can change hen there is Leadership at the top that pushes them to change.

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          • singular says:

            Flep, respectfully–or appear to change when it is in their interest, but LG has taken Soros money–that’s all I need to know. I do agree with you that being a senator is his life, but he is too chameleon-like for me to trust. Just as a fellow human, I do feel a bit sorry for him on a personal level after I heard some of his account of his personal story.

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  1. rumpole2 says:

    Jeff Sessions…. coming to a Rest Home near you!
    (After the midterms)

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    • Caius Lowell says:

      Jeff Sessions is just like Uncle Joe in Petticoat Junction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPiY43stW8M
      But not as energetic…

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    • Pedro Morales says:

      Butt hurt Sessions Youth and Q-TIPS will be storming into the comments section with the dreaded troll accusation and Soros shill accusation.

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    • feralcatsblog says:

      And they will be coming to take Jeff Sessions away Ha Ha
      They will be coming to take him away ho ho he he ha ha
      To the funny farm where life is beautiful all the time
      And he’ll be happy to see those nice young men in their clean white coats
      And they will be coming to take him away ha ha
      To the happy home with trees and flowers and chirping birds
      And basket weavers who sit and smile and twiddle their thumbs and toes
      They will be coming to take Jeff Sessions away ha ha… …

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    • Bullseye says:

      Not if Jeffy was an inside man for the coup other locations I can think of

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Anything is possible… but since they dont act against people who are obvious crooks… I cant see Jeff being held to account.. ever.

        One thing is for sure… Jeff Sessions is NOT GUILTY of performing as AG.

        Maybe they could get him on “Impersonating a Government official” (AG) ?

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        • Jedi9 says:

          Then again, maybe Sessions from the beginning agreed to his role of being invisible for the mere sake of manipulating the optics! I say this after careful deliberation and reflection and what comes to mind is Trump and his strategists had to plan at least 4 years out and considered every scenario for draining the swamp and neutralising the deep state!

          The first objective
          is to make it appear that Sessions is doing nothing! This gives the appearance of false security to the criminal cabal that they can still operate unabated! This sets the table for a trap somewhere down the road!

          Second Objective
          Appoint another SCOTUS justice! Now the courts favor a conservative majority and the Democrats plan to oppose backfires in their faces!

          Third objective
          Win the Midterms and totally demoralize the communist party! Other benefits and unintended outcomes to this is maybe Chistein, Piglosi, Stenyr, Sanders, Warren will all retire, knowing they lost so badly that their own complicity’s within the criminal enterprise are endangering their own exposure! With such changes of old people who are out of touch with the voting base Democratic Party realises that they need youth to be infused into their party! I say good luck with the latter!

          Lastly just as SD speculates, which seems plausible is Sessions takes a graceful exit instead of being fired leaving Rosenstein alone in an Island! This opens the door to many possibilities and most importantly strikes fear in the hearts of the Clinton-Obola cabal deep state! I will not be surprised with a few suicides discovered when news of Sessions retiring is formally announced!

          All in all it would appear that when a plan comes together, and the dirty junkies were outplayed at their own game, the final moves on the board will be obvious! My favourite part is being really happy when a plan works according to design!

          We get to be in full term of the MAGA party that has killed the progressives for good!

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  2. MM says:

    Great Clip..
    TY

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    • The Boss says:

      A lot of this material covered again this afternoon on Howie Carr’s show between Howie and Joe DiGenova. I sense the battlefield is being prepared. As Joe D says (in essence), there will be a coup all right – a coup de grace to the democrat party.

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      • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

        I caught most of that conversation with Joe D. I could tell by the way Howie asked his questions that he was like everyone of us at CTH. Hoping so badly that Joe De Genova knew that what he was saying would actually happen… someday… PLEASE.

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  3. Tall Texan says:

    That’s the sound of the 64-D chess crowd imploding on itself….

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  4. I’m going to speculate on Rod Rosenstein for a minute.

    What if he said to Trump, that yes he did say he would wear a wire… he said that to some bad actors that are dangerous people just so he could get out of the room in one piece. But he never did wear a wire, never intended to and never would have.

    When we read McCabe’s notes he took of the meeting he says in it that “Rod would be open to the idea” or something like that. That clearly shows that THEY are the ones that approached Rod about the idea, not that this was Rod’s idea himself.

    I’m not saying he handled it right. I’m not saying he didn’t allow himself to be a useful pawn.

    But it is possible that he has flipped to Trump’s side.

    The enemy of my enemy is usually my friend. And when McCabe and Comey and these swamp guys are going after Rosenstein, it tells me that its because he is their enemy now. They view him as an obstacle towards getting Trump.

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    • Payday says:

      Interesting take on it.

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    • Your last sentence “They view him as an obstacle towards getting Trump.” could be modified to say “They view him as a route Trump can get them.” Either way works!

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      • Julia Adams says:

        Your way of looking at the situation seems more plausible. JC and AMc know precisely what they’ve done. They trying to keep themselves, HRC and BHO out of jail.

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        • rayvandune says:

          Why won’t the American people get the information they were promised, AND GET IT BEFORE THE ELECTION? That is all I care about. Spare me the pep talks about “Trump has it under control” – if you can’t tell me why not BEFORE THE RLECTION, you don’t KNOW he has it under control, you are HOPING he has it under control!

          If you have an EXPLANATION WHY, I’m all ears. If you have HOPE, well so do I, but I want answers.

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      It is possible (not saying I believe it to be true, but am warming up to the idea) that Rosenstein contemporaneously informed Pres Trump about McCabe’s new anti-Trump investigation/demand that Rosenstein wear a wire. Do subsequent events support or disprove that notion? Trump clearly wanted McCabe fired for cause and his pension-enhancement plan derailed, and both came to pass. By contrast, RR is still DAG.

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      • Dutchman says:

        No, cause of Rosie had informed DJT, contemporaneously, why wouldn’t FIT say “By all means, wear a wire, and get these pos’s recorded, engaging in treason/sedition?

        And, if there were such recordings, wouldn’t we have seen perp walks, a long time ago?

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    • DanO64 says:

      Hang on to that thought.

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    • mimbler says:

      Just my opinion, but any boss who listens to his employees plotting against the president and goes along with them ore eve “pretends” to go along but doesn’t fire/arrest them, will never be on Trump’s side.

      I just can’t picture going along with sedition with people that work for you. For any reason.

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      • Phil aka Felipe says:

        18 U.S. Code § 2382 – Misprision of treason

        Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States and having knowledge of the commission of any treason against them, conceals and does not, as soon as may be, disclose and make known the same to the President or to some judge of the United States, or to the governor or to some judge or justice of a particular State, is guilty of misprision of treason and shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than seven years, or both.

        (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 807; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(1)(H), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2147.)

        https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2382

        ___________________________________________________________________
        RR has multiple legal issues to worry about, IMO.

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        • mimbler says:

          I agree he has multiple legal issues, but probably not treason:

          Treasonous acts may be criminal, but criminal acts are almost never treason. As Article III, Section 3 of the Constitution specifies, “Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort.”

          That is why I mentioned sedition which I think more fits his actions:

          18 U.S. Code § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy
          US Code
          Notes
          prev | next
          If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.
          (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 808; July 24, 1956, ch. 678, § 1, 70 Stat. 623; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(1)(N), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2148.)

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      • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

        Actually, that’s the really critical component: maintaining the illusion’ all the while dangling the bright shiny thing, “hey, moron, looky over this way”. Perfect.

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      • Eilert says:

        Well maybe the boss gains some leverage?

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    • ezpz2 says:

      The Politik,

      It’s highly doubtful that he ‘flipped to Trump’s side’.

      The Sbake Poem comes to mind.

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    • Jpcarson says:

      5/09/17 = Comey fired as FBI Director in accordance to the recommendation of Rod Rosenstein. McCabe acting Director. Wray becomes FBI Director on 8/02/17.

      5/16/17 = Timeframe of McCabe/Rosenstein meeting regarding taping the President.

      5/17/17 = RR appoints Mueller as Special Counsel.

      McCabe was acting Director when the meeting took place. It was McCabe’s idea searching for any means to save his ass and the others. They probably even discussed the appointment of a Special Counsel, which happened the next day. You can imagine numerous ideas were flying around in order to further their coup, and protect their criminality.

      The President has absolute leverage on RR in holding back the release on documents. He doesn’t need to play that hand at this time. Rosey controls Mueller, and the President controls Rosey—ergo, the President controls Mueller! Answer a few of Mueller’s question in writing, and the investigation gets shut down. The President is in total control and can release when the time is right for maximum destruction of the Obama-led soft coup of a duly elected President.

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      • intercesser says:

        Mueller has not been able to impede the MAGA agenda . He’s like a team running out the clock while they are behind . The fans are happy that their team has the ball , but they are not scoring . Maybe Pres. Trump should think about praising and thanking Mueller’s team , just to irritate his enemies . Where can Mueller go if cannot get Pres. Trump’s scalp ?

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    • trumpismine says:

      PDJT has been pretty spot on imo. Lead on President

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    • Rock Knutne says:

      You guys realize that the guy that leaked the ‘Rosenstein wearing a wire’ story wasn’t even in the room, right?

      You realize it was 3rd hand information, right? Right?

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    • TomJ says:

      Exactly. You have to ask, why would the times out Rosenstein if he was still with the program to get rid of Trump. Also several Democrat Senators have also said disparaging comments about him.

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    • And there it is. The very thing I knew was coming. So Sessions is crap, must be bashed non-stop, but lightning rod should now be put in the 64D super secret insider working on behalf of President Trump category.

      Noted.

      As crap.

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      • lydia00 says:

        It doesn’t work that way. There are no good guys here. It’s not either/or. Sessions early on created a catch 22 for the president with recusal and has a senate that said they would not affirm a replacement for Sessions. That has to be taken into consideration. Sessions never had to recuse himself and even did it with NO warning to Trump, a backstab.

        Rosenstein hired Mueller so if he goes, then what? Trump was surrounded by deceivers acting as advisors and supporters. He is playing the hand he was dealt with only a handful of folks trustworthy. Rosenstein must wrap Mueller up. That’s what this is about.

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    • Amy2 says:

      RR is a self serving rat; one who didn’t wake up this morning and discover his conscience. He stopped listening to it a long time ago. Hopefully, he will have fulfilled his usefulness to PDT in the very near future and run off a cliff like the rest of the lemmings. So over this guy!!

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  5. USA First! says:

    Jeff Sessions. Good riddance.

    I have to conclude that this was all by design of the Almighty. For what, we may never know but we know that it is undeniable that through all of this We The People are WINNING.

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  6. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “All of the panel participants concede that most of the declassified evidence against the soft-coup officials will not come out until after the mid-term election.”

    You can’t always get what you want…..

    I am not a fan of the Rolling Stones (or the Beatles, either), so I am not going to link to the song.

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    • But if you try real hard… you get what you need

      We’ll win the mid-terms. Trump becomes unstoppable and untouchable. He essentially has garnered more Republican Support for his Presidency than George W Bush did. They are all jumping on the Trump wagon.

      Once that is established after the clear victory… Sessions is gone. Perhaps Rosenstein too.

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  7. Doc Moore says:

    De JA VU. How many times will we hear all this same stuff? Each week a few more grains of truth are added to a silo containing enough factual evidence to indict and convict the entire mess of them. Yeah, I am sure there’s a strategy….and I confess, we need Hannity and others to keep the pot well agitated, lest the Democrats, their lying media, and THEIR DOJ sweeps it all away…BUT…
    how much longer before their rotten heads roll?

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    • Jeff hansen says:

      The DOJ policy is that no action taken of political consequence during the 60-days before national elections. It was always unlikely anything would happen indictment or arrest wise after 9/6. Frustrating but true.

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    • mimbler says:

      Remember back in the day, when we were counseled to be patient this was all being timed to come out before midterms?

      Now it is after midterms.

      Next it will be too close to the presidential elections.

      This is a lather/rinse/repeat cycle we’ve experienced forever from repubs.

      I’ve never believed in timing this stuff for elections, mostly because to me that would be corrupt, and I don’t view PDJT as corrupt. IMO, for whatever reason, he just isn’t able to exert his will over a DOJ/FBI filled with Obama leftovers yet.

      But when he can, I believe he will, and he won’t be timing it for political advantage.

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  8. Caius Lowell says:

    But if you try real hard, and elect Street Fighter DJT, you just might find, you get what you need…

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  9. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    Sad that this country is so full of cowards, cheats, and liars. And they manage to acquire high offices. Greed and lust for power is one thing, but pure cowardice is beyond all understanding.

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    • Charlotte Powell Brooks…The power struggle(s), PDJT understands VERY well (BUSINESS), These morons in gove, NOT SO MUCH (FED HACKS). However, PDJT has a goal in mind…and that is to MAKE ABSOLUTELY SURE THAT THIS NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN. Taking down this crowd of sycophants IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT and has to be done in certain way…EVERYONE who is part and partial of bringing this President down is going to feel the “Wrath of God”…so to speak. When Pres. Trump gets down with these morons they will be so “sh$t scared” AND everyone sees what he had done to theme, ALL OF THE RHETORIC WILL HAVE DIED DOWN AND WE HAVE A FUNCTIONING GOVERNMENT WHERE THE CONCRITTERS AND WORK-BEES KNOW — THEY WORK FOR US. Not the other way around…apologize for the length but it is important that everyone understands that Hannity is a mouth-piece, albeit a loud one and juicing for viewers and the others, well, they have a job to do…

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  10. marko says:

    does this mean the possum isn’t playing 64d chess and thousands of indictments aren’t pending?

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    • Sherri Young says:

      After someone (Joe DiGenova?) stated that Huber had never interviewed his wife’s whistleblower client, Rep John Ratcliff made an unhappy statement about that on Fox. He complained about Huber but also said that someone (apparently implying Huber) was racking up a whole lot of frequent flyer miles. I take that to mean that Huber is not hiding out in Utah but is in DC on a regular basis. I have hopes that the swamp draining is moving forward and would be concerned about the Huber team’s work getting derailed if Jeff Sessions is forced out.

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      • Don’t get your hopes up. Huber is a democrat appointed by Sessions who wants to be bipartisan. Not much will happen from this. My impression is Sessions doesn’t believe there is anything wrong at DOJ or FBI, and that is the problem.

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      • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

        Sherrie, I suspect this crap is going to come out in chunks, if I’m understanding your comment about Toensing’ client not being interviewed yet (Campbell) its the Uranium one deal which will follow the FISA/Russia crap (priority one)

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  11. Bill says:

    What ever happened to Preistap?

    Liked by 3 people

    • billrla says:

      Bill: Funny trhat you ask. Nothing.
      This has been another public service announcement from your helpful government.

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      • Ok, another quick question…

        Just how soon do ya’ll think that centuries of madmen planning out their path to global totalitarian one world everything, which is tied directly to neverTrump/Muh Russia etc… should be completely turned around through mass trials, convictions, and subsequent punishments?

        Evidently, some think in less than two years to full completion. So again I remind myself that President Donald J. Trump is ultimately in charge of ALL these people… what say ya’ll to that?

        Where does the buck really stop?

        Just askin!

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        • KnowSERENoFear says:

          Amen and SMH with you.

          This has been in the works for a long time…1913 FED…the word “democracy” used over and over until we think we are one instead of a Constitutional Repulic.

          And what about the massive downstream consequences of exposing a corrupt FBI/DOJ/CIA…..

          Perhaps I’m crazy…but I truly appreciate that “this” is not going down quick as the ramifications are huge. Wants vs needs..And VSGPDJT ensures we hear at the end of all his rallys.

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        • Apollo says:

          Two years to “full completion”? No. No one has ever asked for or expected that. Trials can take a long time.

          But two years to some charges and an arrest or two!? Yes, certainly! The statute of limitations for some of these offenses (for example, Clapper lying to Congress) has already expired. That should be Clue Number One that the clock, she is a-tickin’ and we are not moving expeditiously.

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    • nimrodman says:

      … and Ptienka?
      while we’re on the “P’s”

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    • He has been doing his job.

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  12. Margaret Berger says:

    As per Papadopolos, he is stating that the Austrialian press is reporting that Mifsud is a British agent. That would fit with the late night call from heads of state to President Trump to not release the redacted material that we all want. Brexit is in a delicate place and President Trump was a supporter of Brexit . President Trump was and is wildly hated for that position. Makes sense that that some of the brits would go after him and that the current government doesn’t want to deal with a scandal of that proportion at this time.

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    • Yep. Great Point.

      Wow. Imagine the power trump yields over all of them now, simply because of all their own dirty deeds coming home to roost.

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    • USA First! says:

      Great point, Britain is scared Trump exposing them will help Brexit.

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      • Once again, leverage!

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      • GB Bari says:

        OK, I’ll bite (maybe some others in the Treehouse have the same questions too).

        What does PDJT get from Britain but NOT exposing their participation in this corruption scandal?

        He WANTS Brexit to occur, correct? Why would he protect the government that does NOT want Brexit to succeed?
        He WANTS the Brits’ & Aussies’ role in the Muh Russia / FISA Abuse / Campaign Spying scandal exposed, correct? Why would he conceal the evidence of their participation?

        What does he gain from UK or Oz by delaying the exposure of their corrupt roles?

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        • KnowSERENoFear says:

          Leverage. I would never even try to speculate how VSGPDJT will use it..only he knows and he will never telegraph it…or it becomes diluted. Read some of Sundance’s brilliant work on leverage…leveage is very powerful…and like money in the bank…it gathers interest…ESPECIALLY if it’s kept secret….fear of the unknown is very powerful.

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        • USA First! says:

          Right now he gains leverage. Sundance has been saying this for weeks.

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    • intercesser says:

      Tough to help someone win the bowling game if they keep dropping the ball on their own foot . It may be that Pres. Trump wants Brexit and a bilateral deal with Britain more than Prime Minister Theresa May . Fun game for those who follow these things : which incompetent US politician is May most like ? Sessions ? Rosenstein ?

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  13. Jeff hansen says:

    This is the most compelling political drama in history. Ultimately, ifjustice is served without a catastrophic implosion in the markets, Trump will be proven to have accomplished more in history than any prior American President who did not preside during and existential war. It’s amazing when you think that he has been underestimated and ridiculed during most of his professional life. A true American story if there ever was one.

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  14. DanO64 says:

    Not moving an inch. It’s a small branch for sure.

    Liked by 6 people

    • jmclever says:

      This Johnny Cash song seems appropriate here

      Liked by 2 people

    • DanO64, been on that branch with you since the beginning.

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    • Aubergine says:

      Well, I’m gonna be brave, and tell you that I am on your branch.

      Hope nobody shakes me off. I like it here in the Tree House.

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    • JasonD says:

      There sure is a lot of effort involved to get us to shift off this branch – not sure why.

      I keep going back to the Lester Holt interview – it is filled with “little” gems.

      The BIG one (IMO) is revealed in the 1.55 min to 2.20 min segment

      POTUS says – “I probably, maybe will CONFUSE some people ……” AND

      “I might even LENGTHEN out the investigation ………..”

      Does this sound like a man who is at the MERCY of events AND his DOJ? C’mon man!!
      He is telling us that HE is controlling these events – NOTHING LESS. He’s the BOSS.

      He said some people would be confused because he will lengthen out the investigation …
      Fast forward to today – TCTH is VERY CONFUSED, because of the length of the investigation. POTUS told us this would happen 🙂 🙂 🙂

      Then a few days later, POTUS meets with Mueller & Rosie and the next day the investigation (the one that may CONFUSE SOME PEOPLE) is announced.

      So, at the 45 sec mark, POTUS says “He’s (Rosie) very good guy, very smart guy, D’s like him, R’s like him ……”
      This is WHY POTUS chose Rosie – he had the trust of the swamp, but is in actuality POTUS’s man in the sense that he is seeking justice.

      Why is POTUS going to lengthen out the investigation, why is he prepared to confuse some people. Listen at around 6 min 45 sec’s

      POTUS “There’s a big thing going on RIGHT NOW, which is SPYING …….” AND

      ” ….the unmasking and the spying, to me this is the BIG STORY, RIGHT NOW …”

      POTUS is telling Americans as plainly as he dares what is coming. IT IS ALL THERE.

      And as POTUS predicted ……. CONFUSION REIGNS!!!!!

      Watch for yourself

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      • JasonD says:

        So, listen to the F & F segment at the beginning of the clip that Sundance posted. POTUS talking in “matter of fact” voice, same tonal inflection about Rosie, as well as Meadows, Gaetz, Jordan etc.

        As I keep saying, POTUS …. LIKES …. Rosie. He appointed him and has been telling us that he is a very GOOD guy from the very beginning.

        Believe him on this, it will clear up your confusion. 🙂

        POTUS told, no, instructed Rosie to appoint a Special Counsel to carry out a lengthened investigation – one that may confuse some people. It was certainly aimed at confusing the swamp, and there was some unavoidable COLLATERAL CONFUSION – exhibit one, here at the CTH …..

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  15. Conundrum says:

    Still wonder why John Carlin hasn’t testified before the committee. It is as if he is being hidden. I hope it is because he is ready and willing to burn it down. I know, I know, we could never be that lucky…but we can hope. Surely there is someone involved who will roll over, there has to be. It is human nature.

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  16. Eberhard says:

    Sessions had little to loose in Alabama by supporting the candidate running against Hillary who was strong on immigration. If Trump lost as many predicted, there was no downside for Sessions. I think he just never thought out what he’d do if Trump won. His first instinct was to ask for a big job, AG. But the confirmation hearings spooked him. He didn’t want to be tied to Trump anymore. He have the courage the very first time it got tough.

    So he just washed his hands of the job, and hoped everyone would still like him. Trump was on his own.

    I wonder how Sessions felt watching McConnell, Graham, Grassley etc step up to their moment with such power and grace in the last few weeks. Sessions will never have such a moment now, He will retire with a legacy of weakness, a man in a job too big for him, who grew smaller every day he stayed.

    I hope he felt ashamed.

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    • In recent interviews Trump has — in the way he phrased it IMO – let us know that Sessions’ endorsement was likely just a ploy to get the AG job.

      Trump kept saying, “he just really wanted to AG job”

      Sessions may seem like the awe shucks small town politician… but he’s a more strategic and snakey con than we ever knew.

      Looking back on it, from a distance… it actually makes all the more sense that Sessions was put up to supporting Trump by the cabal.

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    • stablesort says:

      Well, Sessions did have the honor of serving as AG while Rod Rosenstein ran the DOJ.

      Liked by 4 people

      • feralcatsblog says:

        Metaphorically, Sessions is Rosenstein’s Monica Lewinsky.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        The good news is….
        Jeff recused himself from everything.. and so when the continued DoJ corruption of the last 2 years is exposed…. I am SURE Jeff is innocent..

        The bad news is…
        When he writes his book it will be short and VERY boring!

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        • jbowen82 says:

          Sessions has been focused on illegal immigration and everything that comes with it (gangs, human trafficking, opioids, etc.). That is the mission PDT gave him because it affects the lives of ordinary Americans.

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          • Eberhard says:

            All of that can be undone, wiped away. No “achievement” of Sessions will stand if Trump is removed somehow from office or the Dems gain ascendancy. So by failing to protect Trump, Sessions “achievements” are just silly busy work.

            It doesnt matter how much you dust the jewelry store or polish the gemstones, if you do nothing to secure the shop from thieves that lurk outside.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            Stuff that could be done by a junior assistant.. Trump is NOT happy with what Sessions has done .. he has said so repeatedly.. obviously he expected MORE from him as AG .. SAD

            Trump DESERVED better… DOUBLE SAD

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    • lydia00 says:

      Agree. He saw a way out of dealing with the swamp which he was a part of: Recusal. He didn’t even have the integrity to tell Trump to his face first. Backstabbing gnome. His legacy won’t be kind to him. Not only as AG but his Senate seat went to a lefty. Can he even go back to Alabama? K Street won’t want his type.

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  17. Newman says:

    Hey Jeff, don’t let the door hit you in the Azz on your way out.

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  18. Ventura Highway says:

    I am in love with Sarah Carter !

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Heika says:

    I read this, from Washington Post and ask myself, why would Hillary loving Washington Post do anything but set forth ‘red herrings’, So I read it with a nagging voice in my head that says, what are the WP trying to do here? How are they trying to cover something up or change the narrative? Its a shame when newspapers have become reputational liars because when they do put something forth that is the truth, one can’t or struggles to believe them and spends most of the time asking, what are they shielding? WOLF WOLF! What’s all of your opinion on this? https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-12/andy-was-angry-inside-tense-standoff-between-mccabe-and-rosenstein-front-mueller

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    • weareallbreitbart says:

      Why? Because WAPO is all in. Their hands are dirty on this and they know it, so its double down to Push Through The Resista nce, Alinsky rule #13. Its make or break time this eection and the LSM has been drinking tbeir own bathwater so long they simply cant believe we deplorable scum of tbe earth wont listen, or the sheep and slaves on the Progressive Plantation might actually wake up and #walkawag…

      We shall see…

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  20. rmramerica says:

    Sessions is the worst mistake and misjudgment in PT’s professional life. Very unfortunate. Outside of the people who view and sympathize with this platform, few in America know of, or believe that this coup attempt actually happened. The evidence from these docs better be solid or 6 months from now everyone will still be fighting over what really happened, Mueller will be still in search of a lost cause and Hillary will be laughing at everyone. And this political episode will all be partisan conversation which gets no outcome that satisfies. Meadows, as usual, obfuscates around Hannity’s direct question. Frustrating. Pray the Red wave hits this election.

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  21. It’s simple. If Trumped wanted all the info out it would be out.
    Mueller prob is dead. Whatever he comes up with it will be B.S.
    All he can provide is 2 days of MSM propaganda.

    So the info not being out means Trump doesn’t want it out yet.

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  22. meh... says:

    Until some big fish gets the perp walk treatment, I don’t really care anymore… I tune it all out and until I see handcuffs I’ll assume these people above the law… Lady Justice has her blindfold off and is using a magnifying glass with her hand on the scale… didn’t read the post and didn’t watch the clip…

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  23. Pedro Morales says:

    Is it possible that RR told POTUS about McCabe s anti Trump bias after the Comey firing. The meeting with Trump Mueller and RR was not about the open FBI position, but about McCabe. And that an SC appointment would wall off McCabe and seditious FBI agents. We are assuming that RR Never told Trump. What if he did and offered an alternative.

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    • mimbler says:

      McCabe works for RR. He could fire/transfer/control/etc. McCabe as he saw fit.

      IMO, there is no way that an SC was done to isolate them. Especially when the SC was staffed with -more- people working successfully on a soft coup against PDJT.

      This doesn’t require palace intrigue. RR is essentially in charge with Sessions MIA. If the coup is still ongoing (and I think it is) RR is aiding it.

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  24. Sherri Young says:

    One good thing that needs to come out of the FBI would be an indictment for Christine Blasey Ford. Anything less would be ridiculous.

    Yesterday, I heard a political analyst say that he expects to see Republican wins all over the place because the men in this country have just seen that the Democrat party does not deserve their votes. I think the GOTV efforts should be directed toward getting men to the polls. The Blasey Ford/Kavanaugh drama just sealed the deal on nationalizing the election.

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  25. Concerned says:

    I am sure this all happen by accident!

    Are they connected Chuck Schumer to Simpson at Fusion GPS to Joshua Levy at 2018 Cunningham Levy Muse LLP to Ms. Whitney at Sidley Austin LLP to Obama?
    Note: Joshua Levy, used to work in Congress as counsel to no less than Chuck Schumer.

    Sidley Austin LLP seems to work for © 2018 Cunningham Levy Muse LLP
    http://www.cunninghamlevy.com/attorneys/margaret-whitney/

    [Ms. Whitney at Sidley Austin LLP worked for X – President Obama]
    Ms. Whitney practiced in the Washington and Los Angeles offices of Sidley Austin LLP.
    Her responsibilities included the selection, vetting, and confirmation of President Obama’s judicial nominees. Her clemency team responsibilities included advising the President on commutations, pardons, and issues of executive clemency.
    http://www.cunninghamlevy.com/attorneys/margaret-whitney/

    [Joshua Levy worked for Chuck Schumer]
    We know that [GPS Fusion co-founder Glenn] Simpson is tight with Democrats. His current attorney, Joshua Levy, used to work in Congress as counsel to no less than Chuck Schumer.
    https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2017/07/getting-a-fix-on-fusion-gps.php

    [Joshua Levy, a partner with law firm Cunningham Levy Muse]
    “The merits of the complaint are strong,” said Joshua Levy, a partner with law firm Cunningham Levy Muse, who represents the residents. “The evidence of Mr. Trump’s bad character is strong.”
    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/11/trump-international-washington-liquor-815560

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  26. Concerned says:

    I am sure this all happen by accident, again! Has Schumer been a busy little bee?

    On 12.18.16 SCHUMER REMARKS CALLING FOR SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE IN 2016 ELECTIONS

    So last week, here, four senators put out a letter saying we ought to investigate. Today the four of us—Graham, McCain, Republicans, Jack reed and I, Democrats are calling for the next step: special senate investigative committee on government hacking of our elections and other areas. A special select committee that will focus on other foreign governments: Russia, but also China and Iran, and their hacking our political system as well as our economic infrastructure and social system.
    https://www.schumer.senate.gov/newsroom/press-releases/schumer-remarks-calling-for-senate-select-committee-to-investigate-russian-interference-in-2016-elections

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  27. “Good people don’t smoke marijuana” ( AG Sessions ).

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  28. DanO64 says:

    If candidate Trump knew the FBI was involved in the Dossier BEFORE the elections, things may not be what they seem. Perhaps?

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  29. California Joe says:

    Trump needs to appoint a hard hitting, tough as nails ruthless AG who is totally loyal to him!

    Liked by 2 people

  30. rayvandune says:

    Why won’t the American people get the information they were promised, AND GET IT BEFORE THE ELECTION? That is all I care about. Spare me the pep talks about “Trump has it under control” – if you can’t tell me why not BEFORE THE RLECTION, you don’t KNOW he has it under control, you are HOPING he has it under control!

    If you have an EXPLANATION WHY, I’m all ears. If you have HOPE, well so do I, but I want answers.

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    • Phil Free says:

      “Instant Gratification”. The younger generations want stuff NOW. Hell, I’ve been rather impatient, myself… but am slowly learning how to be more patient.

      As much as we know now, and as much as we continue to learn on a daily basis … that’s but a small tiny slice. Think about the docs that are still redacted, the docs we haven’t seen, etc, etc.. President Trump knows that if traps are sprung too early, if they don’t catch who they’re supposed to catch, then he loses. And we’re talking about Trump here. He’s not here to lose. So he ain’t gonna’ be springing things “too early”. We just have to understand that things are going to darn well happen when they’re going to darn well happen – whether we like it or not – and our being impatient about it isn’t going to help us be happier, or help events occur sooner.

      The sooner we (you, me, all of us — ) learn how to be more patient, the happier we will be.
      President Trump didn’t make it this far by doing things hurky-jerky.
      Let me sign off by leaving this little bit of wisdom…

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    • lydia00 says:

      It needs to stick.

      Liked by 2 people

  31. Chas Busch says:

    Trump has to have his judicial judges Confirmed BEFORE he drops the gauntlet on then inidct DOJ, FBI, CIA, NSA corrupt / former employee indictments. Trust his Plan.

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  32. Running Fast says:

    Regarding Sessions… we will see. As for me I have found the other anon to be a much better prognosticator of future events. As Sundance has eluded to in the past Sara Carter and Solomon are conduits for a 3 letter agency… not sure it is one on the side of the good guys. Much like Dershowitz they tend to temper things to being reasonable.

    Regarding Sessions… we will see.

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  33. CMintheBone says:

    I live in AL, so thought I might share some on Sessions. One, Alabamians do not claim him any more. A few weeks ago I caught the tail end of a member of Session’s old senate staff doing an interview on a local radio show. Did not catch his name, but it was obvious Sessions and him were close, and they still talk to each other regularly. First when discussing the Deep State plot against President Trump, he said PDJT was being too hard on the justice department and Sessions, as justice had already been served. He cited the recent firing of Strzok as evidence. He then went on to talk about all the great work that Sessions is doing on immigration, gangs, yada, yada. He said all of Sessions good deeds were being overshadowed by PDJT belittling him all of the time. He said Sessions and his staff were horrified and shocked when PDJT started tweeting about Sessions, and how unfair it was and still is. It was disheartening. Bottom line is Sessions got punched in the mouth by the swamp, right after he was confirmed. He retreated in the shadows and and abandoned PDJT, in an effort to protect himself. Now him and his staff are whistling past the graveyard acting as if Sessions is doing a great job and being treated unfairly by PDJT. Sorry all you small branch guys, it does not matter if you are still on the branch, if the tree has already been chopped down.

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  34. MAGADJT says:

    I disagree with the oft parroted notion that, but for the Kavanaugh meltdown, we would be seeing a real life blue wave right now. First of all, I think we were being gaslighted by the media as usual, and the blue wave polls were nothing but propaganda. Secondly, even if the polling was true, conservatives would have gone to the polls to vote with or without the SCOTUS issue. Just my opinion.

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  35. Anonymous says:

    No new content or analysis in the video. Hannity gives a 1:30 intro that is just him venting. Then he asks Meadows two questions at once (why non contempt of Congress and why documents not declassified). Tone comes across as venting rather than questioning or analysis or even getting a response. Meadows only responds to the latter question (one which he doesn’t control) and doesn’t answer the first, where he does have a role.

    Sara Carter had reasonable points but in this context it was just me too, Sean, piling on. I think it would be better to have her on her own (if at all) rather than with Meadows and Solomon. Solomon had interesting points about the progression of the investigation but still the interview was mostly a waste in terms of drawing out one of the best analysts on Spygate.

    All in all..lots of venting, not much content. Airwaves filled. Time wasted. And it didn’t need to be. The topic is interesting and has lots ot details and issues. But instead we got a radio host filling airtime by stretching out content and venting. Reminds me of a lot of sports talk. 2 pounds of content in a ten pound bag. Fill time, fill time, fill time.

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    • rmramerica says:

      You touch on something that I always believed happens on Fox – there are far too many panelists on a discussion topic. No one has a real opportunity to convey their complete thoughts or allowed the opportunity to expand on their ideas. Two should be the maximum, no more. Or much longer segments with an in depth discussion. The audience would be better served and would learn much more. And, far less of Hannity and Dobbs interrupting after a question to give us their opinion for the umpteenth time that night on the same topic. Those two are the worst interviewers on cable news – and that’s saying something.

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  36. CA M says:

    If Sessions resigns, it is going to be a BIg shock to the theory that he is waiting to get “Activated”.

    Regarding that Sessions Resigning Theory–If Trump wanted to end the Witch Hunt, he could have done it months ago. But the fact is, there is a big load of sealed indictments waiting….that is from Sessions leadership. And a Trump is leveraging the Declas and allowing time. In the meantime, we get James Baker talking, Bruce Ohr trying to save Nellie, Glenn Simpson refusing to testify (because he already testified under oath and there is now info refuting his testimony–go figure!). So there is a lot going on, just not what we envisioned. We are mad that Sessions hasn’t helped POTUS, but look how the liberals are now coming to his defense when POTUS attacks him!

    We’ll see…

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  37. Fools Gold says:

    I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again. There are Republician rats that this will expose now and exposing them all prior to nov 6 isn’t viable because of inherent risk. After election is over trump will release a bomb like never before seen in magnitude and the R rats will try’s announcing retirements in in grace but not.

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