Jim Jordan Discusses AG Jeff Sessions, and Also Fusion GPS Glenn Simpson Pleading the Fifth…

Appearing for an interview with Marth MacCallum Judiciary Committee Representative Jim Jordan discusses Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein and the refusal of Glenn Simpson to deliver testimony to congress.

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388 Responses to Jim Jordan Discusses AG Jeff Sessions, and Also Fusion GPS Glenn Simpson Pleading the Fifth…

  1. rumpole2 says:

    Pleading the fifth is fine..
    It should be done in front of a JURY who can assess what that means in the light of other evidence and testimony.

    When Sessions goes… I assume that winds it up for Q?

    I have been saying this stuff for 2 years… I may apply for Q’s job… Online Fortune Teller!

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    • SallyStorm says:

      The problem is he already started testimony previously…. He can’t come in later and plead the fifth… without being held in contempt.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        If this were a trial… heading towards a VERDICT.. then previous testimony could be introduced (likely) and so taking the 5th would be seen in that light.
        Instead we are still just playing games with Congressional probes where whatever Simpson says now or has said in the past is just a line in a REPORT!

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        • SallyStorm says:

          When you are paying foreign spies…. and your customer was leaking data to foreign spies… it becomes a lot more than just a report…. especially when the DOJ is corrupt and involved.

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          • rumpole2 says:

            Congress can NOT hold people accountable themselves…. as in .indict them.
            At BEST they can write a REPORT.. perhaps suggest criminal investigation.. a criminal referal.. which so far is ignored.

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      • That only applies to the little people. It does not apply to democrats. Note Lois Lerner read a statement in her defense before taking the 5th. Nothing happened. I can’t do it and you can’t do it but they can.

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    • Scooter says:

      Wow another Congressional probe that goes nowhere. I have a question: Is there one Congressional probe or investigation that has produced any arrests or indictments of anyone in recent history? Say the last 20 years or so. And yes I do know that Congress has to refer criminal matters to the DOJ as they do not have the power to indict said alleged criminals unless it is of our President. With that said, I will mention a few probes or half-assed probes of our elected officials in Congress. In no particular order: Fast and Furious, IRS bias and targeting, Uranium One, Benghazi, Haiti earthquake scam, HRC and home server email scam, Unmasking of American Citizens by Govt officials, Coup d’ etat of our President and treason on the citizens of the USA. These are just a few of the attacks on Americans So I ask again can someone name me a Congressional probe that led to any indictments or anyone being convicted of a crime? Maybe one although I am not sure if it came from an investigation from either body of Congress. James Wolfe the former head of security for the Senate Intelligence Committee plead guilty for lying to the FBI but not for leaking top secret intel. So that in itself is total BS, he leaked top secret info to a reporter and gets off on a lesser charge. I say pure swamp BS. Rumpole2 my rant is not towards you as I think we agree on most things, I just thought this was a good place to give my opinion. As to the Q stuff I believe it is total BS, it is a slick way to capture followers and attention with cryptic information to always keep a person wondering, sort of like a scavenger hunt. My current take on things that matter.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Not in last 20 years, but yes, I believe I CAN name one.
        WATERGATE.
        IIRC; All but one plead guilty, as there was no sense in going to trial.
        Congressional committee gave LIMITED immunity, so they COULDN’T plead the 5th, but coordinated closely with the prosecutors, to insure prosecutors already had the evidence they needed, so that they didnt mess up prosecution with immunity.

        And, they were ‘high ups’ and they did do time.
        But, the hearings didnt LEAD to the convictions, cause as you noted, thats not their purpose. The hearings informed/educated the American people, and DID lead to legislation.

        “Did it do any good?” All legislation has unintended and unforseen consequences.
        Beyond that, its up to each of us to consider whether the Watergate hearings, and arrests and convictions, did any good.

        I DON’T think they kept others from ‘ever doing it, again’, nor do I think prosecutions OR legislation will prevent someone from trying something like this, yet again.

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        • Scooter says:

          Yes Sir I agree and understand your post. If I may say the point I was trying to make is that all these Congressional probes in recent years never amount to diddly squat. Yes we find out some details of wrongdoing but nothing ever happens. As an average American citizen I just wonder do the rules and law apply to all or is there a double standard. And yes 46 years ago Nixon(and resigned) did do illegal things but I don’t think he politicized and weaponized our Intelligence agencies to attempt a Coup on the will of the American people and our Democracy.

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      • Scooter says:

        “But wait there is more” , @rumpole2 I tip my hat to you. May God Bless You and may God Bless the United States of America.

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      • Elmo334 says:

        Congress does not have the power to prosecute. The executive branch has that power. Congress can make referrals. To believe they are ignoring all this criminal behavior is not reasonable. Taking down a cabal like this takes time and has to be done right.

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      • Sandra says:

        I’m still scratching my head as to why the press can have the FISA Warrant, but we the people cannot!!!

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      • Concerned says:

        I can hear it now, go indict yourslf. It would be funny if not true.

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    • cozette says:

      rumpole2 youre just an anonymous commenter. You offer zero sources for people to read and vet. Why would any adult take YOU seriously? Adults expect sources and reasoned analysis rather than snark from a stranger. Snark only persuades sheeple.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Are you employed and paid as CTH NAZI… or is it just a Hobby?

        LIBTARDS like you who want to control what people say (and think) are NOT the norm at CTH???

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Your foundation is incorrect.
        1. I post a LOT of links to articles, video clips etc where source is REPUTABLE

        2. It is NOT a requirement/rule to do so. You are a pearl-clutching busy-body
        3. Others here (especially you) often post with no backing link?
        4 Why do you think it is good to LINK people AWAY to some other site? Especially sites like Twitter? Better to read speculation and opinion direct… no? A Conspiracy thread at twitter is NOT a reliable source… even one you write yourself.

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    • mnlakes says:

      Yes, IF Sessions is replaced by President Trump THEN Q would be debunked BUT that hasn’t happened.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        I dont think Q was ever “bunked”? It is just a 4Chan Larp… for fun.. a horoscope.. a fortune teller.. it’s nonsense?

        De-bunked is not needed

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        • dagnyshrug says:

          Besides making a bunch of Trump supporters look ridiculous, Q hasn’t been all bad. Think of all the T-shirt sales and YouTube channels that made money. Q has done his part to expand the economy!

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  2. cripto says:

    Youtube (all services) down since 9:17 EDT for ‘issues’. Now apparently resolved. So recheck.

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  3. fleporeblog says:

    Our President will ensure that Justice is served to each and everyone of these POS. Our President is going to clean house at the DOJ and FBI in about a month or so. The people that take over those positions will make sure that Justice is handed out.

    At this point in time, SD has shown us that the current folks are there to protect the Institution. Nothing is going to happen while they are in charge.

    People tend to forget the fact that our President knows what they did to Paul Manafort would have been done to him and members of his family. They were going to destroy him, his name, his brand and his family.

    PDJT is an APEX PREDATOR. Never ever forget that!

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    • Binkser1 says:

      Flep, I know I’ve said this to you before, but I’m going to say it again: Thank you for being a oasis of positivity in a desert of negativity. It is needed around here more than ever. The trolls are out in force.
      I have seen posts on here the last couple of days inferring that there is no point in voting because all R’s are Rino’s (as if letting the Left back in power is going to solve our problems), that our immigration and DOJ problems are President Trumps fault and he’s done nothing to try to fix it, and tonight I’m now seeing people say that President Trump is not backing the few patriots that are in the R party (guess those rallies are just in my imagination). Also, someone blatantly lied and said President Trump didn’t support Jim Jordan when he was being smeared which is complete BS. Man, I miss the old Treehouse commenters from the 16 election.
      Thank you again Flep.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Complete and utter BS about everything you pointed out! The trolls realize they are in for total destruction on November 6th. Soros has them working OT to try and slow down their destruction.

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        • SallyStorm says:

          You know something I noticed the other day. The trolls pattern and a similar pattern to the Royals being forced onto us via social media. It’s almost like the same people are pushing both topics… and the methods being used are the same marketing companies / troll farms.

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          • sat0422 says:

            Thank you for your insight on why I am smashed with Royal news on a daily basis. I see them as living a high life on the backs of ignorant British citizens. So glad George Washington lead us away from England. I would not be kind to a Royal knowing that my money was supporting such a lavish lifestyle. Good-bye.

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            • JohninMK says:

              Given that we are around a fifth the population of the US I suspect that the cost to the public of our Royals and your Presidency is pretty much in proportion. The ‘good’ thing over here is that the Royals, as an extremely rich family, do pay a large amount of their costs out of their own pocket so the perception of their cost to us the plebs could be wrong.

              Personally I think that our Queen, having been in the role since the early 50s, has a huge amount of experience that can not be acquired by someone only in the role for a few years. She is also unusually wise and frugal. Quite what happens after her is a different kettle of fish. We have been very lucky.

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      • dustycowpoke says:

        I agree with you. The old days were great but we were on to the trolls and they seemed to just up and disappear. Moma T or Ad Rem or just us plain old folk.

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      • MelH says:

        Binkser 1, I too felt that Jim Jordan was not being supported enough by the President. He is already treating Kevin McCarthy as if he is Speaker, which caused me to ask here when the election for speaker had happened. I remember when Paul Ryan became Speaker, there was an announcement but nothing like an election.

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    • Kenji says:

      If I hear the word … institutions … one more time … I’m going to go BALLISTIC !!!! These … institutions … have been twisted into unweildly monstrous labrynthian nightmares!! Screw THEIR versions of our … institutions. They all need a gigantic PURGING of their ranks!!! Replace these EXTREMIST partisan employees ASAP!!!

      To paraphrase MY President … it’s all going according to the plan!

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    • cali says:

      @fleporeblog: This^^^^^^! 🙂

      I can also tell you that there appears to be massive military movement afoot which I’ve never observed before. I live close by an military airbase and noticed heavy traffic here in California.

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    • 6x47 says:

      Well, what was done to Manafort could have been done to PDJT and his family but for one thing: Manafort actually did engage in some highly questionable and illegal business practices. By all appearances the Trump family and organization operate completely within the law obeying both the letter and spirt.

      Not all that surprising, big corporations with deep pockets engaged in legitimate business tend to toe the line. Skirting the law or cheating on taxes for a quick buck is a great way to destroy in short order a family business worth billions that took 3 generations to build. ESPECIALLY a business operating in a hostile regulatory and political environment like Trump in NYC/NYS.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Not the point! They would have made it up. The IC would have testified and they would had tried to get him on sedition and other charges.

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        • 6x47 says:

          IF the Demonrats were truly “making it all up”, they would have done a better job. I for one am shocked they didn’t dig up not only Christine Ford but also some corroborating witnesses.

          Likewise, if Mueller were truly “making it all up” his investigators would have come up with something invented out of whole cloth with a complete cast of supporting characters.

          What this tells me is there are still enough checks and balances in place that even the most corrupt have only a small amount of latitude to operate. As much as Mueller and Weissman want to nail Trump they can’t just fabricate a case and hire actors to pretend they’re witnesses. Comey, McCabe, Baker, Strzok et al tried that already and they got caught.

          I’m confident the Small Group was certain all they had to do was scratch the surface of Trump to uncover gobs of corruption and criminal activity. They were shocked and dismayed to find none – and their ruse to open the investigation blew up in their faces.

          Trust me: Had they discovered Trump was in bed with the mob or doing dirty deals with Russian oligarchs THAT would be the story, and the phony FISA warrant that led to the discovery wouldn’t even be a footnote. The FBI would have conducted a “parallel investigation” to create a legitimate façade.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            I am not talking about the current situation. I am talking about had HRC won. No one would have questioned anything. The RINOs would have went along because they would have been protecting the Establishment.

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            • 6x47 says:

              Now THAT is no doubt true: If HRC won it she would have been a more ruthless, less intelligent, more corrupt version of Obama. She is utterly without redeeming qualities. Obama was Bush without the positive attributes; HRC is a far more malevolent version of Obama.

              And the same RINOs who were afraid to be called raaaaacist for opposing Obama would have been just as afraid to be called sexxxxxist for opposing HRC.

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              • fleporeblog says:

                Exactly and PDJT would have been their target. He knows that and that is why I believe they all will pay once he puts the right people in place that are willing to do the job needed.

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  4. Concerned says:

    mark wauck said…
    Bobby, I would add that when the history of all this is written, Sessions’ role will loom large. As I’ve suggested in the past I believe the full story is not yet known. I believe Sessions made a deal for a shaky nomination confirmation that opened the way for a Special Counsel whose real role was to hamstring the new POTUS. Perhaps not fully witting, but that was the effect.
    October 13, 2018 at 12:41 PM

    https://meaninginhistory.blogspot.com/2018/10/james-baker-identifies-another-source.html

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    • mark wauck says:

      Concerned, while I’ve been saying this for quite a while, I’m not the only one who is thinking along lines that are at least similar. Paul Mirengoff at Powerline recently wrote:

      “Trump, I’m confident, was not personally involved in selecting Rosenstein, but that doesn’t mean Jeff Sessions selected him. It’s my understanding that Trump’s advisers picked Rosenstein.

      “I don’t know this for certain. However, I do know Trump is wrong to say that cabinet members invariably select their own deputies. Sometimes, deputies are imposed on them. I believe this happened in the case of Rosenstein though, again, I’m not certain.”

      Mirengoff imputes no anti-Trump motives to the Rosenstein appointment, assuming that Rosenstein made all his mistakes (esp. appointing Mueller) all on his own. I am more open to conspiracy theories in that regard. See my comment here in that regard. I also addressed that in comments here and elsewhere. Basically, I’m suggesting that a possibly bi-partisan group of senators imposed conditions on Sessions in exchange for confirmation as AG: 1) recusal from all things Trump, and 2) Rosenstein as DAG. In such circumstances I can’t imagine that Rosenstein wasn’t consulted and wouldn’t have been aware of what was expected of him. Further, I can’t imagine that he wouldn’t have consulted with representatives of that same group of Senators before appointing Mueller, nor that Mueller went into his interview with Trump not knowing that the following day he’d become the SC. Cf. esp. Really? Rosenstein Wanted To Wear A Wire Against Trump? as well as other comments.

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      • 6x47 says:

        If it were true, that Sessions agreed to blackmail in return for confirmation, then there was nothing stopping him from welshing on the deal once confirmed and securely ensconced as Attorney General.

        “So you think you can blackmail ME? SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIEND!”

        I believe the far simpler explanation:

        1. Rosenstein was, essentially, a routine promotion of a career DOJ employee to fill a vacancy. He was an obvious and uninspired choice: No. 3 moves up to number 2. Nobody anticipated he was a sapper.
        2. Sessions suffers from a severe case of battered conservative syndrome. He is an honest, ethical, and diligent lawyer who was brutally beaten down slimed and defamed as a racist by the Senate Judiciary Committee in his confirmation hearings to be a Federal Judge many years ago. He was savagely beaten up again by his own Senate colleagues – people he no doubt considered friends – in his confirmation hearing for AG. Shaken by the rough treatment, he arrived at DOJ with no idea of what corruption was afoot. Trusting completely that the career DOJ folks (“Obama holdovers”) were as honest and ethical as he, and eager to dispel all appearances of impropriety, he immediately cringed apologized and recused. Fully expecting, no doubt, that it was purely a symbolic act for which there would be no consequences.

        Oh, how wrong he was.

        The only question now is, does Jeff Sessions realize he was hoodwinked? If so, what is he going to do about it?

        That’s the $64K question. If Stealth Jeff never comes out of stealth mode and President Trump does indeed fire him after the midterms, then we know he is indeed as feckless as his critics fear he is.

        He’s great at playing cops and robbers, but completely out of his depth running the DOJ and cleaning up a corrupt organization. He’s a great prosecutor but an inept manager.

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  5. gman-reloaded says:

    I’ve seen a lot of conjecture about what was done when and by whom in the treasonous conspiracy to take down a Presidential candidate, then a President elect and then even a President. And like a lot of people, I want to see these folks go to jail-

    But as I’ve posted from the beginning, before Q, during Q, after Q, before and after Big Bad Bob Goodlatte issued his many meaningless subpoenas and during all the breathless reporting by Sara Carter and John Soloman, etc. that:

    NO ONE IN THE UPPER RANKS OF THE SWAMP IS GOING TO JAIL. NO ONE. I worked in the DC swamp for 35 years. NO ONE gets to where RR and Wray are at w/o having a chip or two in the big game. Below is text from “The Sum of All Fears” Jack has just accused the imperious President of making decisions that affected the fate of “American soldiers and innocent civilians.”

    The President’s response is an example of what is happening now:

    “PRESIDENT TO JACK: You’ve got yourself a chip in the big game now. You’re gonna tuck that away. You are gonna save that for a time when your own ass is on the line and then you’re gonna pull it out, and I’m gonna cash it in for you, right?” The President offered Ryan to keep silent with the promise of future favors – he didn’t want the possibility of another scandal of deception that reached “all the way to the top,” and threatened that if Ryan testified: “You’ll take the blame. Cutter and Ritter will take some, too, but it won’t amount to much…The rest of the blame will fall on Greer. Oh yeah, you’ll take him down with you, you’ll destroy his reputation, but that’s as far as it’ll go. The old Potomac two-step, Jack.”

    NO ONE IS GOING TO JAIL.

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    • SallyStorm says:

      I’d bet a million dollars on that last line… that you’re wrong ten ways past Sunday.

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    • stablesort says:

      “… Goodlatte issued his many meaningless subpoenas…”

      Congress (and Goodlatte in this particular case) cannot prosecute, the law requires that the DOJ does the prosecutions. Jeff Sessions will not prosecute, so all congress can do is issue meaningless subpoenas.

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      • cozette says:

        Please stop with the idiotic nonsense that “Sessions will not prosecute.” Civics 101. AGs do NOT prosecute. Last year he secretly appointed someone with powers far greater than any SC to handle the prosecutions. We finally learned about the appointment. Its been public knowledge for MONTHS and yet low infos or liars still say “Waaaahhh, no prosecutions will happen.” My God, this level of deceit/childishness must be heartbreaking for the good guys.

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        • Donzo says:

          After Washington slipped out of NYC to fight another day he offered his ragged troops the chance to walk away without recourse. Why did he do that? It wasn’t to encourage desertion, though some did leave, it was to steel the resolve of those who remained.
          Trump knows this is a battle for the heart and soul of the nation and there can only be one winner. Anyone who thinks he has somehow sold out is either stupid or a traitor to the cause. So go away or be treated as a traitor among patriots.

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        • 6x47 says:

          Stealth Jeff and Undercover Huber seem to be very, very sneaky. No sign at all of any motion or activity, just a bunch of sealed indictments that may or may not be related to the sedition and FISA abuse.

          Meanwhile, Mueller’s team is kicking in doors, rousting people out of bed, raiding attorney’s offices, and throwing people in pretrial confinement.

          I guess I would be more inclined to believe in the “silent assassin” theory if there was a REASON for it. I can’t think of one.

          “It’s to deceive the Black Hats! They don’t know Sessions and Huber are sneaking up behind them with a bunch of indictments!”

          Riiiiight. Bloggers on wordpress, and Q, and everyone on Twitter has it figured out but these career FBI/DOJ/IC folks are clueless.

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        • pgroup says:

          Please … do not ever change. Sanity and rational thinking are in short supply, and we can’t afford to lose even one voice.

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      • Sandra says:

        This makes the second AG that just sits out the uproar. In case you don’t remember fast and furious, refusing to prosecute for contempt of Congress, Black Panthers can’t be prosecuted cuz of past discrimination.

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        • Sandra says:

          However it is PDJT that points out that we must go to the Polls and give him the Republican majority in both the House and Senate. The Party will have to get the Rinos in line with the hope of the People

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    • All In for MAGA says:

      Wrong gman. We’re in Trump world now. Nothing is the same.

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  6. Concerned says:

    Unknown said…

    It’s looking much more likely that senior members and leadership within the DOJ/FBI engaged in felony criminal conduct (and not merely run-of-the-mill DC corruption). As such, these individuals may face a significant risk of prosecution, conviction, and imprisonment should it be revealed that a conspiracy to defraud the FISC has occurred and persisted for over a year. If so, Sessions may conclude that the cure is worse than the disease because of the effect this would have on DOJ/FBI reputation and future credibility. Rather than risk the optics of numerous high ranking federal officials serving prison time, he may facilitate a coverup in which token censure and rule changes substitute for traditional justice. This would put an end to the ideal of equal justice for all and codify a double standard for DC elites versus the average citizen.
    October 4, 2018 at 3:04 PM

    https://meaninginhistory.blogspot.com/2018/10/james-baker-identifies-another-source.html

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    • Nicole says:

      The FBI and DOJ would be destroyed forever if justice is not implemented along with the Constitution. Sessions does not have right to decide not to prosecute; he is paid by the people to implement justice no matter were the evidence leads and how many in the FBI and DOJ were involved.

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    • cali says:

      @Concerned: Why are you trying to create so many doubts?

      Have you no faith?

      God always wins – this fight is not about politics. It is THE fight between good and evil!

      My trust in God does not waver ever! 🙂

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  7. Concerned says:

    The meeting took place before the FBI submitted an application for its first FISA warrant against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. That warrant application, which was granted on Oct. 21, 2016, relied heavily on unverified allegations made in the report authored by former British spy Christopher Steele.

    https://dailycaller.com/2018/10/04/fbi-dnc-lawyer-russia-2016-election/

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  8. Concerned says:

    It seems Obama has the capabilities to communicate to and from James Baker at the FBI. And, here is why.

    We know Counsel James Baker met with Sussmann, now an attorney with Perkins Coie.
    https://www.thegatewaypundi

    Michael Sussmann at Perkins Coie LLP knew and socialized with people at Sidley Austin LLP
    https://cdt.org/blog/meet-o

    At the Obama’s White House, Ms. Whitney served as Chief Counse and now she works at Sidley Austin LLP
    http://www.cunninghamlevy.c

    ***So the path to and from Obama to James Baker is possible. Capabilities don’t translate to misdeeds by it’s self.

    Lets take a look at another path. This time with Joshua Levy.

    It seems Obama also, has the capabilities to communicate to and from Levy Muse. And here is why

    Chuck Schumer’s lawyer was Joshua Levy and now Joshua Levy is the lawyer for Simpson at Fusion GPS.
    Joshua Levy works for Cunningham Levy Muse. Sidley Austin, LLP works for Cunningham Levy Muse LLP, And Ms. Whitney at Sidley Austin, LLP worked for Obama at the WH?

    All an accident – I think not.

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    • Nicole says:

      Corruption is everywhere and we all see it. If there was ever a time to fight for justice in U.S. history it is now. The corruption motive is to take down the Constitution. So, the U.S. history books will read; the Constitution was destroyed because no one wanted to prosecute corruption. Corruption could not be stopped when all the evidence is seen by everyone; knowing the millions of people who gave their lives for the Constitution was absolutely for nothing.

      The U.S. is trying to tell Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia how to stop their corruption?

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      • Concerned says:

        Have you ever told a friend to change their path, because what they were doing was going to end badly. Perhaps this is what we are attempting with Saudi Arabia.

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        • Nicole says:

          I believe the RINOS and Democrats wants to pull the 120 billion-dollar military contract which will hurt the American People. Many wants to pull back the contract just to hurt/stop President Trump and others because of setting a world standard for the rule of law. What right to we have to tell Saudi Arabia or any country to change their path and to comply to the rule of law when we allow Hillary Clinton and the alleged killings of so many who tried to investigate her and the Clinton foundations? The United States will earn that right to lead countries by example when Hillary and the Foundation is indicted in a court of law and all criminals are brought to justice.

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  9. Donna in Oregon says:

    I watched Jeff Sessions press conference today announcing his crackdown on the Cartels.

    AG Sessions said that President Trump ordered him to crackdown as soon as he was sworn in.

    That was almost 2 years ago.

    I hope that Jim Jordan is right.

    I wish Joe di Genova and Victoria Toensing would replace both Sessions and Rosenstein and then both of them interview and chose the new FBI Director and replace Wray.

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    • Pedro Morales says:

      I wish the the cartel of the lollipop guild would crack down on sessions head and send him back to munchkin land.

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      • Pedro Morales says:

        We represent the lollipop guild,
        the lollipop guild,
        the lollipop guild
        And in the name of the lollipop guild
        We wish to welcome you to munchkin land

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  10. IMOP of Jeff Sessions..
    Mr. President Trump, was “duped”,, I think, with Jeff Sessions “recusal” ..
    Otherwise..
    A good Man, a great senator..
    Though it’s time for Him too be put too “pasture”, (retired)….
    NOT bashing AG JS..
    Lets put a “Wolverine” as AG, after the mid-terms..

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    • cozette says:

      Right. We need ALL sane Americans to accept prosecutions of Democrats in Obamas administration so we need a partisan “wolverine” AG. /s. Thank God people who think this way are NOT in charge of strategy. You seem to want a Lynch or Holder AG but just on your side. I do NOT.

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      • You are “assuming” quite a bit there.. I want a AG Whom; will follow “Rule of Law” be it DemoRats OR Republicans” that BREAK THE LAWS of Our Nation..
        Especially for Political, Financial Gains, Or trying too overthrow Our Government, Or advancing a Muslim, Liberal, Marxist Ideology, in attempts to change our Government For THIER Benefit, (NOT OURS, meaning the “will of the people, for the people, by the people”, in other words Sedition & Treason)..
        I didn’t call for the “Lynching” of Anyone.
        Again; you’re assuming ALOT.. have a great Day,, TROLL..

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  11. Folks about “YouTube” Maybe they just got…
    **PUT ON NOTICE**
    That THEY too can be “regulated” as a UTILITY..
    AND someone ..
    Pulled the power plug?
    (One can hope)
    AMIRIGHT?
    😉

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  12. Nicole says:

    Prosecution will be coming automatically. There is so much corruption; it would be impossible not to prosecute.

    If there were no prosecutions; the U.S. is gone. Corruption would be acceptable in the United States. There will be 50 million new criminals created in the U.S.; we would become Mexico.

    If the FBI and DOJ is conspiring to obstruct justice (coup) within their own departments by strategically handing out immunity without proper consideration; all immunity deals can be Reversed. Criminals can’t give themselves (each other) immunity deals, especially with the degree of high crimes and the number of crimes.

    Last resort if needed
    Judicial Watch even stated many times the President even has the option to have the U.S. Marshals take over the FBI immediately; stating a mass conspiracy within our government (coup). The evidence has already been seen by everyone and it would be justified.

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    • Pedro Morales says:

      Huh???? None of the bad guys has been sent to prison, gone to trial, or been arrested. It’s been 2 years!!! No one is being prosecuted. Not the awans and no one in the FBI. And no one is taking over the doj or FBI.

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      • Nicole says:

        President Trump has many options to prosecute all the criminals and his plan will happen soon. It took two years to set the stage for indictments. If you do not believe justice will happen than you are stating the criminals won and the Constitution is gone.

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      • cozette says:

        The successful prosecution of Gotti took 5 years. Team Trump is trying to drain a multi country, multi generational network of evil and corruption that involves some of the most famous and powerful people on earth and some whine that things havent been wrapped up in under 2 years? Seriously? Sessions has purged the DOJ and FBI. He assigned someone with far greater powers than a SC to work with the OIGs to prosecute the criminals and btw it is both illegal and stupid to let people know about who you’re targetting or who you’ve indicted until you have caught everyone and are ready to SUCCESSFULLY prosecute them. The story of their corruption, the plot to rig the election and attempted coup is now out, Mueller has been neutered and so has, to a large degree, #fakenews. Trump is getting non corrupt judges in place including on the SCOTUS where we now have the majority. Why prosecute in courts controlled by corrupt judges? That would be stupid since you only get one chance to convict. There has been alot more prep work done since Trump assumed power that people who do a little digging are well aware of. Too many opiners are non strategic thinkers with surface skater knowledge of the facts and opinions given to them by anger/anxiety peddling pundits.

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        • cali says:

          @cozette: Exactly right! The UK and AU among other countries participating still to this day to remove our president!

          “Patience is a virtue” ergo everyone expects to finish what took 59+ years in the making in the 2 years president Trump is in office.

          This task is far deeper than known to the American citizens. We only know about the tip of the iceberg.
          I would urge everyone to remain calm before the storm hit full force!

          The treason within our government and outside is an entrenched Luciferian gang who owns 95% of the worlds wealth that includes the USA. They can crash the market tomorrow to destroy us, they have the ability to nuke us and worse.

          All of that is being eliminated. The sellout to China by HRC, Hussein and Feinstein et al has been neutered within our country since although you wont see it in the news. Escape routes have been closed to avoid long extradition deals. There is a lot afoot behind the scenes.
          Military operations are likewise taking place behind the scene.

          Don’t lose faith – don’t be so negative but most of all this treason is far deeper than any of us know.

          Did you know that US taxpayers are funding the Soros machine ergo Antifa and the rest of this enraged and evil mob? I thought so!

          God will win!! 🙂

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        • Nicole says:

          Very well stated! Thank You Cozette for knowing and believing President Trump will do his sworn duty and implement justice for the American people.

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      • All In for MAGA says:

        “And no one is taking over the doj or FBI.”

        Are you living in a cave?

        James Comey, Director – FIRED
        Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director – FIRED
        Jim Rybicki, Chief of Staff and Senior Counselor – FIRED
        James Baker, General Counsel – FIRED
        Bill Priestap, Director of Counterintelligence (Strzok’s boss) – Cooperating witness [power removed]
        Peter Strzok, Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence – FIRED
        Lisa Page, Office of General Counsel – FIRED/FORCED
        Mike Kortan, Assistant Director for Public Affairs – FIRED
        Josh Campbell, Special Assistant to Comey – FIRED
        David Laufman, Chief of the Justice Department’s Counterintelligence and Export Control Section [NAT SEC – HRC email invest] – FIRED/FORCE
        John Carlin, Assistant Attorney General – Head of DOJ’s National Security Division – FIRED/FORCED
        Sally Yates, Deputy Attorney General & Acting Attorney General – FIRED
        Mary McCord, Acting Assistant Attorney General – Acting Head of DOJ’s National Security Division – FIRED/FORCED
        Bruce Ohr, Associate Deputy Attorney General – Demoted 2x – cooperating witness [power removed] – TERMINATION IMMINENT
        Rachel Brand, Associate Attorney General – No. 3 official behind Deputy AG Rosenstein – FIRED/FORCED
        [Batter’s Box]
        Michael Steinbach
        John Glacalone
        Randy Coleman
        Trisha Anderson

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    • 6x47 says:

      The only possible explanation for the complete silence on rolling up the “Deep State” conspirators: Trump’s team of prosecutors and investigators is very quietly working the way through the web, flipping key players as they go along higher and higher up the food chain. Maintaining silence, because that’s how it’s SUPPOSED to be done.

      I’m quite hopeful that any day now, the investigation will have reached its apex and an announcement will be forthcoming.

      I am quite pessimistic that the rot is so entrenched it will be dealt with, quietly, by burning a few scapegoats here and there in the bureaucracy to avoid the utter devastation cutting the cancer out would do to “muh beloved institutions.”

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    • Hank Halstead says:

      let Art and Raylen Givens from Justified clean house!

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  13. God l BlessGreat President Trump and USA,

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  14. Pat Frederick says:

    I apologize for not reading all the comments…came upon a troll in the road and instead of engaging, I rolled right…
    anyway, what’s Levy’s problem? He’s stating that the testimony is secret until members come out to the mics and leak info.
    well DiFi leaked Simpson’s entire testimony didn’t she? there’s no ambiguity over what he MIGHT have said…she leaked the transcript…
    if your client is lying or telling one thing to one committee and one thing to another, who’s fault is that?

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    • Donzo says:

      To the naysayers I say, regardless of what has or has not happened to evict the plotters so far, this country is not going down. “We will fight thrm on the land, we will fight them in the air, we will fight by the sea….” There are millions of people who will soldier on despite the cowardice of some.

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  15. 6x47 says:

    Trump could fire Rosenstein and demote Sessions to DAG: That’s the job Sessions has been doing since day 1, and he’s quite good at it.

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