The Importance of Matt Whitaker -vs- The Administrative State…

Robert Mueller (the entire team) was put into place by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in 2017.  The specific selection of Robert Mueller was an outcome of recommendations and advice from FBI Chief Legal Counsel, James Baker, and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

In hindsight; and specifically against the backdrop of known illegal activity [remember, McCabe is under criminal referral] there was a motive of self-interest within Baker and McCabe, specifically to cover for the 2015/2016/2017 DOJ and FBI activity that preceded the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

From the initial perspective of self-interest, Mueller’s role had/has three essential aspects:

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

♦(2)  Use the investigation to keep any and all inquiry focused away from the corrupt DOJ and FBI activity that took place in 2016, 2016, 2017.  Keep the media narrative looking somewhere, anywhere, other than directly at the epicenter of the issues. In this way, Mueller provides distraction and talking points against the Trump administration.

♦(3) Use the investigation to suck-up, absorb, any damaging investigative material that might surface as a result of tangentially related inquiry.  Example: control the exposure of evidence against classified leak participants like SSCI Director of Security, James Wolfe. In this way Mueller provides cover for the institutions and the administrative state.

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

That leads to a discussion of the role of Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.

All of the visible activity being conducted by Rosenstein has been going in one direction, and only one direction.  That direction has been an intentional effort to keep as much of the damaging evidence hidden from public review and away from congressional oversight.

Back on October 7, 2017, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes pointed out that Rosenstein’s motives were to keep hidden the documentary evidence he was requesting President Trump to declassify.  Rosenstein communicated to President Trump that Special Counsel Robert Mueller would consider any declassification of documents as “obstruction” within his investigation:

President Trump backed-down from requesting the declassification of documents and agreed to allow the Inspector General report to review and outline the material being discussed.  This is a key point.

The takeaway from this framework tells us that DAG Rod Rosenstein, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, wanted to put the substantive issues under the purview of the IG.   There’s a strategic aspect to this which has remained un-discussed.

However, before getting to the IG motive, allow me to emphasize how much the current corrupt DOJ activity (Rosenstein/Mueller) is not isolated to FISA abuse and documents the usurping officials want to keep hidden.

The agenda to hide corrupt activity also flows outward and can be found in the DOJ behavior surrounding James Wolfe; the busted Senate Intelligence Security Official who was caught leaking the classified FISA application to the media.

Despite overwhelming evidence James Wolfe was not indicted for the more serious charges of leaking classified intelligence.  The decision was made by DAG Rod Rosenstein because AG Jeff Sessions was recused.  An intellectually honest review of what was/is taking place would indicate the *CURRENT* DOJ, controlled by the actions of Rod Rosenstein, needed to hide what was taking place as evidenced in the original indictment.

James Wolfe became a benefactor of current DOJ officials who are protecting the institutions within the administrative state and hiding the fingerprints of the officials, and congressional allies (Vice Chairman Mark Warner), who engaged in activity in 2016 and 2017.

These corrupt DOJ and FBI officials are not protecting Wolfe as much as they are protecting themselves and their institution(s).  This effort transparently includes Rosenstein, FBI Director Christopher Wray, Deputy FBI Director David Bowditch and current FBI general counsel Dana Boente; as well as all the second level and third level carry-over career officials.

The efforts of Rosenstein, Wray, Bowditch, Boente et al, to cover-up the institutional corruption extends far beyond their blocking activity of the declassification requests; and shows up in the lack of substance behind the Wolfe plea agreement when compared to the devastating evidence within the original indictment.

There is a clear pattern.  In addition to the disparity of outcome within the Wolfe indictment/plea deal we exhibit: redactions in material evidence provided to congress; refusal to release material to congress; fighting declassification of documents that would be damaging to the previous officials; refusal to discuss events with congress by officials who hide behind the shield of the Mueller investigation; the list is long.

Additionally, the Mueller control agenda also extends into the two previous IG reports submitted by DOJ Inspector Michael Horowitz.

With Robert Mueller in charge of an ongoing investigation, the two previous IG reports (1. Investigation of McCabe and 2. Clinton email/FBI bias) could not outline anything tangentially connected to the Mueller investigation without first passing through his teams approval and review.

That level of Mueller influence kept the most severe elements of investigative sunlight away from public review.

These officials defending the administrative state are still in place.  We know they are in place because their influential conduct is visible. Three of them are inarguable:

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

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

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

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

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

This landscape is inarguable.  There is no debate as to the visibility within the current administrative state.

In essence, and against the understanding of how these officials manipulated the recusal of AG Jeff Sessions; DAG Rod Rosenstein, FBI Director Christopher Wray, Deputy FBI Director David Bowditch, FBI Chief Legal Counsel Dana Boente, Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the affiliated network of political operatives within the DOJ/FBI; this crew has held free reign to shape everything in the past two years.

That is why there has been ZERO progress.

However, with the resignation of Jeff Sessions and the appointment of Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, the Deep State landscape has shifted.

For the first IG report on Andrew McCabe, and the Second IG report on FBI misconduct and bias, Jeff Sessions was essentially recused from any input or structural oversight because each of the aforementioned IG investigations crossed over into 2016 campaign review and/or the FBI-DOJ counterintelligence operation (Russia).

On this third IG report, looking into FISA abuse, Matt Whitaker has replaced Jeff Sessions.

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

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

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

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

If my hunch is correct, this is one of the key background objectives of having AAG Matthew Whitaker in place.  Whitaker removes the ability of current officials from watering-down the IG report; as they did in the previous two releases.

This puts a timeline in place for President Trump to keep Whitaker around and delay any replacement nomination until after the IG report is published.

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

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

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

The Draft Report is then reviewed by the DOJ and sent to the principals for review. It is in-between the time frame where the draft is completed, and IG is awaiting the responses from the principals, where interference from any corrupt DOJ official takes place.  This is also when the “Executive Summary” is written, with influence from the administrative state, that tamps-down the findings.  As we saw in IG report #2 (FBI bias) the executive summary completely downplayed the evidence within the report.

The ‘Draft Report review’ phase allows the principals (those whose behavior, action and conduct, is outlined in the report) to provide input on the facts identified and outlined within the draft.  Normally this part of the process takes at least two to three weeks.  Responses from the principals about the facts outlined in the draft report are then reviewed, cleared for addition if appropriate, and included in the final report.

The “executive summary” is added; and then the final report goes to print and is released to the public.

The switch from a recused Jeff Sessions to a non-recused Acting AG in Matthew Whitaker has completely changed the risk dynamic for the corrupt internal officials.  This is why all voices are now focused to remove Whitaker.

Whitaker is now President Trump’s most valuable weapon in the ongoing battle against a bipartisan and corrupt administrative state.

More to follow…

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478 Responses to The Importance of Matt Whitaker -vs- The Administrative State…

  1. distracted2 says:

    Jim Jordan was on Mark Levin tonight. He’s anxious to get back to work. He is determined to have it all exposed before the end of the year when the Dems take over. So I’m expecting to see lots of fireworks now.

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    • Distracted- time is running out before the Evil Ones are back in positions of power. Jim and the other White Knights have a lot to do in the coming weeks to protect everything they’ve won for us.

      Liked by 11 people

      • Carrie2 says:

        Seneca but we must also be involved to protect our Republic whether physically or in prayer. We can’t leave any nor everything to our President and others. The WAR is ours, all of us.

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      • C R Lord says:

        I honestly don’t believe we are going on defense. The President isn’t one to retreat into a defensive mode. Attack and strategy is his modus oparendi.

        TDS hits the democrats as he slowly and methodically brings them down and puts them safely away where they won’t be able to do any more damage to America. President Trump does all that without revealing his hand to any of them and in the interim he plays them like a fiddle while plotting their demise.

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    • M says:

      Whitaker, just like Horowitz and Huber will do nothing. I think they are afraid of being murdered. The Deep State is a Gangster organization. Mueller learned a thing or two from Whitey Bulger, when Whitey was alive that is, and a dead Whitey is a warning to others.

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  2. Veni Vidi Covfefe says:

    I posted this shortly after Sessions first recused himself while people here were still genuflecting to the elf:

    Any one with 3 brain cells to rub together knew this was an OVERT COUP when Sessions recused himself and his DAG Rosenstein appointed a soviet-style special counsel to investigate a newly elected President of the United States. Immediately embroiling Trump in scandal and giving all the fuel needed to his enemies(press, dems, rinos) to question his legitimacy.

    Perspective:

    We’ve had 8 years of wholesale treason and lawlessness with NO JUSTICE OF ANY KIND, with 2 of the most corrupt attorney generals in our nation’s history, and the FIRST MAJOR MOVE made by that diminutive, pimple-d!ck, lowlife, scumbag, Jeff Sessions, was to recuse himself in the face of a hoax, a russian collusion hoax, started by the deep-state and the Clinton campaign. No evidence of a crime. NONE.

    Sessions recusal led to all of these pieces falling perfectly into place. Rosenstein and Mueller in charge and at large at the DOJ. If you believe all that happened by chance , you maybe a fargin moron.

    The special counsel’s reason for being is 3 fold:

    1) Embroil the Trump administration with indictments-scandals with the ultimate goal of toppling(impeachment-resignation)

    2) Use the special counsel to bury the mountain of high crime evidence against Hillary & the O’muslim regime. High crimes and high treason

    3) Show the people what happens if you want to go to work for the Trump administration…You’ll be crucified by the propaganda press and indicted by a soviet-style special counsel. Your house raided in the dark of the night by the goose-steppers of the FBI.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Veni – Yup! You’ve nailed it…..

      Liked by 3 people

    • rumpole2 says:

      You (we) were correct… and back in the day you may well have been called TROLL 🙂

      Liked by 9 people

    • Nice work. That analysis stood the test of time well. So many facts have been filled in, yet so few crimes have generated consequences.

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      • periklees says:

        it’s a calculated move by her criminal defense team to shield her interests and tangle the legal issues with status of being presidential candidate; everyone knows she has no reasonable change of “hope and change”, but recent DoJ AG shuffle have caused her to believe that “lock her up” is another campaign promise DJT is moving on ASAP.

        Seriously, ppl are woefully mistaken if they don’t think POTUS was dead serious when he tweeted: “two can play that game!”

        impeachment = indictments

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        • marko says:

          I’m not interested in Trump using prosecution as a bargaining chip against impeachment by the house. By God there better be heads rolling and the release of the redacted documents soon, or if a deal is cut by Trump not to prosecute then HE becomes part of the swamp.

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          • kallibella says:

            I don’t think POTUS Trump is in any way inclined to do anything to encumber the proper and full application of justice on all those who have gotten away with their crimes with impunity, thus far.
            He is just warning them all that HE too as POTUS does have legal recourse to address the rampant corruption and the crimes committed against the Constitution and the on-going attempts to annul the 2016 elections.
            POTUS Trump won’t cut any deals, in my humble opinion.

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            • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

              I know PresTrump isn’t personally fearful for himself.But I do believe he fears for the safety of his family.
              I read from a reliable source(at the time, that he kept a significant number of his own security detail, during transition. Not sure if that’s constitutionally allowed once he was sworn in.
              I remain with him by faith and fidelity.👍

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    • Mountainaire says:

      Bravo 👏

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    • Caius Lowell says:

      Exactly!
      1) There is no Russian influence problem — there’s a Democrat-Marxist problem;
      2) Rosy Rod’s wife is a top Deep State operative / Demcorat-Marxist lawyer;
      3) Obama and Hillary are as corrupt as the day is long.

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    • Fish says:

      Absolutely dead on! The flawlessness with which that plan was executed is impressive. The scary part is that it is not temporary – it may feel like something is closing in but never does. The boldness (balls) of attempting such a treasonous plan indicates that there will be no real justice – no one goes to jail (OK maybe a token scapegoat) – it will all get buried.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Their plan was far from flawless. It was only possible because of a long setup.

        What was mostly flawless was the decades-long successful effort to entirely corrupt the American entertainment industry, our education system, the media industry, and the centers of federal government power – all with Marxists, funded by the unwitting American taxpayers, and by the Globalist financial cabal.

        None of this is set in stone and it does not have to remain this way.

        There are plenty of us who see it clearly for what it is. For whatever purpose God gave us the vision and wisdom to recognize the evil around us, even while family, friends, neighbors, and other millions are completely fooled and controlled by the evil.

        However we are not yet in control of the media nor the education system. If we seize control of those two areas while good people are working methodically to clear out the government, this can and will be eventually reversed.

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        • Monticello says:

          As Andrew Breitbart pointed out we have to win the culture war as well as the justice war and the political arena.

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          change student loans.
          Don’t make it based on ability to be enrolled in college, but on genuine likelihood to see a return on investment.

          You continue on good standing in Engineering, you can continue to borrow up to 80%.
          You are majoring in Elizabethan English, we let you borrow maybe 20%, just to be nice.

          When the money dries up for hordes of directionless young adults to avoid the real world, there will be no need for professors to teach them classes.

          Well, we need college access for lower-income people, and we need philosophy majors.

          OK: a certain amount per year. But not everybody.

          You learn things in the real world.

          My daughter got her first job. At this restaurant, they “shared” tips. Tips went in a communal jar by the register.

          We chuckled! Welcome to Communism!

          And, guess who the hardest worker was, there? Well, she was up and out of there once she found a new gig.

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    • C R Lord says:

      But what if the President was playing the democrats the entire time in order to draw them out and expose them privately and publically for who they really are and what they really were after? Would that make any sense considering the reactions of his enemies?

      What if Sessions and other members of the President’s staff were part and parcel of that deception? Once their part in the deception was finished they moved on to make way for others who would also be privy to that information.

      Our President is a brilliant man who has dealt with all sorts of associations over the time he was in business here and abroad. He is a brilliant strategist and seems to have the ability to work many hours a day without tiring. Would such a man be able to pull this off?

      When I look at all the obstacles he has overcome to date and how his enemies despise him and attack him relentlessly and yet he perseveres as if they didn’t exist putting up accomplishment after accomplishment giving many of his enemies TDS issues especially in the fake news and the democratic party not to mention some government leaders; I have to think he is a man who is far above others in how he handles adversity or any challenge that comes his way. It seems he is as calm as he needs to be while being a burr in the saddles of all who oppose him. I am enjoying watching the discomfiture of all who we know to be deceivers because all their plans seem to be ignored or soundly defeated while he continues on far ahead of them and read for every eventuality.

      I think there is far more to this entire story than many of us know. We can speculate all we wish but I believe the President’s agenda will end the fiasco known as the democrat party of today and his goals to restore America to greatness again will be realized.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      Veni,
      That analysis dovetails with the evidence to date. I think it is obvious to any sentient individual ROSEY and Mulehead are the primary agents of the cover up, likely operating in conjunction with McCabe Baker, Yates, etc. Sundance
      has nicely summarized what we have long suspected.
      What I want to see is what Sessions was doing with the other levers of his powers. If he was doing nothing related to sanitizing Justice and the FBI, then he will go down as an unwitting dupe who was played by the left, and I and others will have been wrong to have any trust in him.

      If Whittaker can get the story fully into the sunlight, the Republic can be saved, as the rule of law will still mean something. If not, then patriots will have to consider some other methods of cleaning out the corrupt.

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    • Issy says:

      too knew we were in trouble the day sessions recused himself. At the time I didn’t even know anything about rosenstein except sessions chose him. The day he appointed SC mueller, I knew what *The Plan* was and said so early. Nobody could ever make me believe some of the nonsense I saw spouted on this site. I am glad people have stopped being taken for fools and realize who the enemy is and fight with facts and true information. This article is an excellent timeline and has information we know has proved to be factual. READ IT AGAIN.

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    • hardworkingsob says:

      Whether by design or incompetence, Jeff Sessions exposed Trump to the deep state enemies of the MAGA agenda. This failed AG deserves our scorn and ridicule.

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    • Excellent post, you’re right on the money.

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    • Donzo says:

      4. Provide legal cover against answering any potentially incriminating questions by using the special council confidentially card, what is known as a joker, to thwart sunlight.

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    • hanna693 says:

      Exactly my reaction when this elf character recused himself, bugging out his eyes and looking like he was just born yesterday! I was furious, Trump should have fired him then, but he was afraid to. It was a bad day when Trump appointed that cowardly traitor.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      That’s exactly how I see it as well Vini! We’ve needed an AG with gonads to shine light on the evil doers and bring justice to the American people. I pray Whitaker is that guy!

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    • Lee says:

      Time to “… refresh the tree of liberty…”

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    • M says:

      Deep State will allow the President to fix the economy to maximize and safeguard their income flow, then eliminate him either figuratively or literally. Whitaker will do nothing, just like Sessions did nothing. I honestly think there is a lingering death threat in the air against ANYBODY that crosses Deep State, thus the inaction.

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  3. cripto says:

    This conundrum, illegal activity will not be solved by sundance 2.0, only by what will enfold. Too much speculation as I see it. Either the new AAG gets to overturn the table or not.
    It is not time to convict, be trial and jury to smear the former AG or anybody whom he appointed.

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    • LEET says:

      Cripto:

      Nice try. A little too obvious.

      “Too much speculation as I see it”, clearly you either did not read everything Sundance laid out OR you struggle mightily with reading comprehension or the 3rd possibility is you have bad intentions with your comment.

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      • leftnomore says:

        With all due respect, Sundance did predict the confirmation battle of Kavanagh would stretch past the midterms. He was certain Kavanagh would not be confirmed beforehand and spelled out his speculation clearly. Thankfully he choked a bit on that one. I still love you Sundance, but you should admit you don’t batt a 1000.

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    • RJones says:

      If I were Whittaker, my FIRST indictment would be sessions, mueller, and rosenstein. (Note: Traitors lose the right to a capitalized name.) The initial charge would be conspiracy against the United States. If I eventually jailed them just for lying, so be it. After indictment, I would throw them the hell out of the government. It’s time to pull out the broad swords. This crapshow has been allowed to go on too long, and it’s time to take some action, even if you might regret some of the actions later. There’s no way and no longer time to sequence this out for maximum benefit to the public. And, by the way, if we ended up indicted sitting republicans and “journalists”, it wouldn’t bother me a bit.

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      • mdaush says:

        Why would Whitaker indict his former boss? I get your distrust for Sessions but if Sessions brings us Whitaker, it seems unlikely Whitaker would turn on him.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        RJones, let’s leave Sessions out of this until we see the green light that he is a part of the problem.

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          Right you are, Carrie.

          One other point I did not make above, because of the calendar and the enemy taking over the House, evidence must be released quickly.
          I expect PDJT will authorize lots of spillways to be opened.

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      • Issy says:

        R.Jones, I haven’t capitalized any of those people’s names since sessions did his disappearing act and rosenstein appointed mueller. It was just a show of my personal disdain, but your idea is better. I do believe they have engaged in seditious actions. I am not sure about sessions other than he behaved dishonorably by not advising the President he would recuse himself from the Russian Interference investigation. By the time he took office, it was a foregone conclusion there would be one. Then, his pick of rosenstein, buddies with all the deep state actors, was either the pick of an idiot or in on *The Plan*. Take your choice, the result was the same.

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        • Meritx says:

          I am of the opinion that Sessions recusal and story of Sleepy Sessions was to keep all eyes off of what he was doing. What has he been doing for the past two years? I believe he has been working full-time with Huber to produce the 63K sealed indictments primarily to stop the human (especially child) trafficking and other RICO crimes. “Must be nice to be able to work in peace”. I also think there is a special job for him to do next, possibly military prosecutor or tribunal member. Wait and see.

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      • Donzo says:

        And if the stalemate continues PDT risks some level of attrition of his base simply because most people do not have infinite reservoirs of patience, not they will jump ship to the other side, but simply not turn out to vote. We may have already experienced this in last week’s election.

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    • C R Lord says:

      Trey Gowdy is being considered for appointment as AG. Either Whitaker or Trey will be the ones to bring Mueller down to size in my opinion. More speculation of course. 🙂

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  4. AZ18 says:

    This is my happy little thought…Whitaker writes up the indictments. Rosenstein holds the press conference announcing indictments of each one of the small group especially Comey, Clapper and Brennan, Schiff, etc and then continues on with indictments of reporters!! It would be glorious watching Rosenstein sweat while Whitaker stands in the background smiling.

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  5. red6242 says:

    Sadly until we we some type of real action that picture should be Mueller over Trump because that is what it has been and will continue to be until some real action takes place to remove Mueller. The picture of Trump and Mueller is nothing but fantasy for now, hope it changes soon though.If Whitaker is for real we should see Mueller taken care of pretty quick because if we have learned anything the more time you give the swamp the more impossible they will make things for Whitaker to fight them.

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    • I think underneath those “found” boxes of FL (& GA!) Provisional Ballots, we may also find Mueller’s conflict of interest waiver and Deep State employment contracts for Halper, Mifsud, Greenwood, Tawil, Downer, Veselnitskaya (oops she was a Fusion GPS/Hillary contractor).

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  6. prOfounDGullet says:

    Anybody else having issues with FoxNewsTwitter account? When I look at the site it’s showing Nov. 8 as last updates????? Are they being shadowbanned? What is going on???? https://twitter.com/foxnews

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  7. JX says:

    Excellent article.

    “the Mueller control agenda” – an accurate description. It should be called that rather than the “Russia investigation” since Russia has little to do with it.

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  8. wolfrom1 says:

    Sunshine patriots and fair weather friends… Have we given up? I do not flip flop everyday.
    God bless America!

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  9. It’s clear the FL/GA/AZ election fraud debacle is part of this fight. The Deep State criminals are really desperate and if they lose the senate its over and the democratic party is probably finished in front of 2020 too. This is for all the marbles.

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  10. AAG Whitaker and President Trump must next MULTIPLY WHITE HATS in DOJ and FBI by placing the perps in Rubber Rooms to remain INCOMMUNICADO pending their trials.
    • Reduce options for collusion and complicate the coordination
    • Decongest the obstruction processes for hiding, withholding, classifying, redacting, etc.
    • Maximize and accelerate discovery, FOIA responses, Oversight responses, etc.
    • Put indictments and perp walks on TRUMP SCALE & SPEED

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    • Correction:
      AAG Whitaker and President Trump must next MULTIPLY WHITE HATS in DOJ and FBI by placing the PERPS and 2nd-3rd LEVEL ACCOMPLICES in Rubber Rooms to remain INCOMMUNICADO pending their trials … and IMMEDIATELY REPLACING them.
      • Reduce options for collusion and complicate the coordination
      • Decongest the obstruction processes for hiding, withholding, classifying, redacting, etc.
      • Maximize and accelerate discovery, FOIA responses, Oversight responses, etc.
      • Put indictments and perp walks on TRUMP SCALE & SPEED

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  11. Cooper45 says:

    Sundance certainly lays out the facts in detail about how some of the interactive power cogs in D.C fit together like a well oiled nefarious machine to conceal the truth, disseminate lies, protect the guilty and indict and frame the innocent. Other than that all is fine in the Swamp.

    In addition to all of the issues raised by SD, the nation is still dealing with election corruption and increased distrust in the nation’s basic democratic system. Ballot boxes are allegedly still being found (ie Ft. Lauderdale airport) and contentious untrustworthy recounts are ongoing.

    From the semi-reliable results of the declared winners, a majority of the American voters deliberately (or unexpectedly) chose to assist the Dems in taking down Trump and ending the “Swamp Draining” that was intended the voters on Main street. The Dems have already been shown where the swamp intake valves are located so they can replace and exceed the barely detectable razor thin layer of swamp water that had been slowly drained over the last 2 years.

    In 2 years, the voters will have a 2nd chance to intervene in the political intrigue and that will be the biggest factor that will determine the direction of the nation. It looks bleak but the USA has come through far bleaker times than this but some took a long time to heal.

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    • Cooper45 says:

      “intended TO HELP the voters on Main street..”

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    • Bill says:

      ” The Dems have already been shown where the swamp intake valves are located ”
      Once the intake valves are closed, the life of the swamp (deep state) is very limited. Think along the line of “these intake valves are located in the heart of the deep state” plug them, and the life blood stops flowing. The life blood is supplied by “winning” elections at any cost, even ones that they really lost by “finding” enough ballots to flip the loss to a win.

      The surrounding corruption that enables these activities is coming to light and being exposed.

      The fight to close the valves is just getting started, special elections with lots of oversight may result.

      Stealth Jeff the “Southern Gentleman” put Whitaker in place to replace him when he resigned, thus starting a Reign of Terror in the swamp. This can last over 6 months.

      From the screaming from those that are calling for Whitaker to be recused, the Reign of Terror is right on target.

      Fire Away.

      The perspective we need to keep in mind is this: Picture a swarm of Mosquitos (us, the white hats) attacking a Nudist colony (swamp). There is so much exposed target area and every bite helps. There will be lots of swatting, screaming, and running around trying to cover up, only to find they have no clothes!

      Enjoy the show folks. We are through the movie teaser ads and the first couple of scenes now, the stage is set, actors are in place, and the curtain is going up….

      Its MAGA one step at a time.

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  12. Patrick healy says:

    Brilliant read Mr Sundance.
    I could not but help comparing your chapter and verse to that (even) greater scandal known as the great Mann made global warming scam and the IPPC reports.
    The similarity of the annual meeting of thousands of so called climate experts poring over millions of science fiction articles line by line, which is then published in a Summery of the Parties, to your brilliant outline of the U.S. deep state situation, is remarkable.
    Makes me wonder who is coaching whom?

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  13. trapper says:

    Yes. All of it.

    How many layers of DOJ/FBI management must be peeled away to find someone, anyone, who is not tainted by the murder of the Fourth Amendment, or its cover-up? Who in DOJ/FBI has knowingly used illegally obtained information in investigations, prosecutions, or the procurement of warrants? Who has known about it, but kept silent? Who has NOT?

    This is why the next AG must be an outsider, a constitutional lawyer with impeccable credentials who can clean house at DOJ/FBI and restore adherence to the Fourth Amendment in federal law enforcement.

    The Rosenstein anagram.

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  14. David says:

    PDJT could have released the documents on October 7, 2017 and all the criminal acts would have been revealed. Mueller would not have been able to criminally charge PDJT with Obstruction; only an argument for impeachment. By the time Mueller would be drafting an alleged false report based upon no facts and no legal basis; Mueller would be implicated in an alleged pre-arranged fraud with the FBI 7th floor upper management directly/indirectly conspired with Hillary Clinton to allegedly pre-arranged the framing of the President Elect and the President of the United States of criminal acts.

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    • David says:

      PDJT OUTPLAYED MUELLER/ROSENTEIN AND MAYBE EVEN USED SESSIONS

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      • David says:

        OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE IF DOCUMENTS ARE RELEASED; IS A FALSE NARRATIVE
        The releasing of the documents showing the corruption of the FBI/DOJ far out-weights the fake Mueller investigation. How can you compare the allegedly fraudulent and fake Mueller investigation with the alleged criminal acts within the FBI/DOJ that are knowingly destroying the rule of law and the Constitution? Again, the Mueller Investigation is allegedly fraudulent and fake. Forget the “Political Cost” (None) of releasing the documents; the rule of law is vital to the on-going concern of the Constitution. The United States is in the middle of a Civil War.

        PDJT prearranged this point in time for going nuclear with the criminal codes; after almost two years of planning to (1) Stack the court with Conservative Judges (2) Allowed Congressional Investigations (3) Exposed paper/digital evidence (4) Educated the Public on Corruption (5) Sworn Testimonies on the record (6) Sworn Testimonies Conflicting statements -Perjury (7) Whistleblowers to come forward (8) Plea Deals, etc…PDJT allowed all the criminals to destroy themselves from Oct 17, 2017 through today.

        PDJT has his plan in Control from November 8, 2016

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      • Farmkid says:

        Now that Sessions is out of Government and in his undisclosed location, he can release his “tell all”.

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  15. David says:

    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE IF DOCUMENTS ARE RELEASED; IS A FALSE NARRATIVE
    The releasing of the documents showing the corruption of the FBI/DOJ far out-weights the fake Mueller investigation. How can you compare the allegedly fraudulent and fake Mueller investigation with the alleged criminal acts within the FBI/DOJ that are knowingly destroying the rule of law and the Constitution? Again, the Mueller Investigation is allegedly fraudulent and fake. Forget the “Political Cost” (None) of releasing the documents; the rule of law is vital to the on-going concern of the Constitution. The United States is in the middle of a Civil War.

    PDJT prearranged this point in time for going nuclear with the criminal codes; after almost two years of planning to (1) Stack the court with Conservative Judges (2) Allowed Congressional Investigations (3) Exposed paper/digital evidence (4) Educated the Public on Corruption (5) Sworn Testimonies on the record (6) Sworn Testimonies Conflicting statements -Perjury (7) Whistleblowers to come forward (8) Plea Deals, etc…PDJT allowed all the criminals to destroy themselves from Oct 17, 2017 through today.

    PDJT has his plan in Control from November 8, 2016

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  16. Joe says:

    I am a long time reader, I have a good grasp of the subject matter, but this is my first post. Regarding Sessions being a baddie, how did Whitaker & Cohen-Watnick get themselves into senior positions in the AG’s office?

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Pres Trump directed AG Jeff to hire Ezra Cohen-Watnick when EC-W was let go from the National Security Council by the first National Security Advisor.
      Sen Grassley, who served with AG Jeff on Senate Judiciary, highly recommended Whitaker, as did former Iowa gov-now China Ambassador Terry Bransted.
      See a pattern here? AG Jeff never made a decision on his own.

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      • Joe says:

        I understand that, but if Sessions was involved with the deep state, then surely he would have refused these appointments knowing who these people were.

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        • kallibella says:

          Joe, I think the point made by Jeans2nd is about how easily manipulated Sessions is/was. He was weak, and others can see that.
          I always had my own doubts about Sessions as AG. True he was a very early Trump supporter, but correct me if I’m wrong, Sessions most vociferous support of Trump was related to immigration.

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          • GB Bari says:

            Yet the Deep State is pushing for massive illegal immigration. So why did they allow Sessions to continue to work against it. That part is inconsistent and just doesn’t connect.

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            • kallibella says:

              The DS is pushing for illegal immigration. But former AG Sessions intended to have them comply with Federal immigration law/enforcement. I remember he threatened to withhold federal money to those cities/counties/states that are/were in violation of the law.

              But, if I understand your comment, I can sense the frustration with Sessions, because as it comes to illegal immigration, nothing of major significance has been done to protect our borders from the invaders.

              In my opinion, former AG Sessions was not as tough as I would have liked him to be in following through with his legal recourse to make the Left comply. Mainly because the Left floods the system with litigation and obfuscations and tactical delays all the time.

              So, as for my comment above, I still think that Sessions support of Trump is mainly localized with the issue of illegal immigration. The issue of whether he was effective or not is another matter.

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          • Joe says:

            I’m with you on this, but a lot of people are saying Sessions was in on it from the beginning, so I am just seeking some clarification.

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          • lanahi says:

            Sessions has also made numerous arrests in breaking up sex rings. Google how many children he has saved from the child trafficking. That has been one of his main priorities, along with gangs and hard drugs, and he has been very successful.

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        • richard verney says:

          The full underlying facts are not known, and therefore there is a lot of speculation going on here. The point you raise could well be right.

          The real issue here is whether losing the mid-terms results in the insurance policy succeeding, or whether the perpetrators can still and will be brought to book. Let’s hope so.

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    • lanahi says:

      Right, Joe. And who fired or got the bad guys to resign? Sessions did a LOT to clean it up as much as he could. He couldn’t touch Rosenstein or Mueller, but most of the rest are gone. Now Whitaker can take it from here.

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  17. The interesting thing is that if the IG report has all the dirt on these deep state crooks and the evidence is incontrovertible, the MSM certainly won’t cover it at all. It will be as if Horowitz and his report never existed. So as far as the utility of this report in depressing actual dem turnout in 2020, it may be limited because dems by and large are (mis-)informed by the MSM and their echo chamber websites.

    What may be the turning point for the Republic in all of this is in fact the widespread voter fraud, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Ironically this Act was passed by Congress to protect black voters, but this Act has specific prohibitions against people being denied their vote under color of law, meaning corrupt elections officials and various forms of fraud perpetrated by these people at the state and local level. So the DOJ can assume jurisdiction here over all of this criminal defrauding of the voters and start issuing indictments.

    The deep state coup attempt is important and the perps should be going to jail for that, but the Republic likely rests on the DOJ coming in to clean up Federal elections. Because I think a lot more states voted red than we are led to believe from the reported “results”. Its pretty clear that a number of states voted for Republican senators and we certainly won’t get them all sworn in. Just removing the fraud from our elections will likely give the Republicans a congressional supermajority in one or two more elections, and that’s what we need to get he legislation through that will save the country.

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  18. tappin52 says:

    I am curious; does Whitaker have the authority to adjust the parameters of SC Meuller’s investigation? It seems that Rosenstein tweaked the mission a couple of times, therefore the new guy in charge should have the same ability.

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    • churchmouse says:

      ‘… does Whitaker have the authority to adjust the parameters of SC Mueller’s investigation?’

      From what I have read, yes, he does. We’ll have to see what happens.

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      • Monticello says:

        Whitaker could possibly shut it down entirely based on a false appointment…..there was no crime specified in so far as we know at this time.
        Remember even though Congress requested the appointment documents from rod Rosenstein……he refused to provide them. We really don’t know what the appointment letter states but we do KNOW collision is not a crime per say.

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    • lanahi says:

      He has all the authority of a permanent AG. And he certainly has authority over Rosenstein and Mueller. I suspect he might order Mueller to have his report on his desk very shortly. Interesting that Mueller said before the midterms that it was nearly finished anyway.

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  19. RAC says:

    One of the things I really, really don’t get is this temporary 210 day replacement thing.
    It was brought up and discussed straight after Mr. Sessions recused himself.
    If it’s OK now how come it wasn’t back then ?

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  20. Mountainaire says:

    Anyone with half a brain knew Sessions was a wimp, Rosenstein was a rat, Mueller was the clean up man, and the whole DOJ is filthy with corruption. None of this is news to anyone following along.

    So, there was no plan. Trump never used his leverage to preserve our election integrity, punish crooks or protect allies. The worst offenders have already skated, and Mueller now has a Democrat House protecting his witch hunt. I doubt Whitaker can do anything after two years of inaction.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      Mountainaire you just blew in a stink.

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    • mdaush says:

      Here’s the deal. Either Trump is going to take down the Deep State, or die trying……or……we are screwed. Everything else is details.

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    • For what it’s worth, I have to agree with Mountainaire. I learned the hard way in life that the most obvious answer is the most likely to be true, so:

      -Sessions supported candidate Trump very early on, and is not part of the DeepState, but was next to useless in the D.C. shark tank…Nice guys finish last there.

      -DeepState,Dems and UniParty are the only ones executing a grand plan, while maga patriots in DC are just staggering about, always one step behind the action and wondering wtf just happened.

      -The hard Left controlling the DS and Dem party are fundmentalist true believers in their marxist pseudo religion, and can’t be compromised with, but only locked up and removed from positions of influence/power. Conservatives in power, in addition to POTUS, had better grow a set.

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    • Issy says:

      You’re a little hard on those of us that initially thought he would be good. He wasn’t my first choice, but I thought ok. He had a reputation for honesty that I came to see was mostly based on his doing what he was told and didn’t rock any boats. The day he recused himself, I knew what we were in for, and I never had any illusions about what rosenstein was. Could you give us a little slack?

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  21. Suzanne says:

    Best we all start praying really hard for Whitaker’s safety too lest he be found in an alley having committed suicide with 2 shots to the back of his head

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  22. Dani TX says:

    Why did The New York Times not publish the FISA documents they received through their reporter, Ali Watkins from James Wolfe? Could it be that the release would have helped Pres. Trump’s side and expose the Deep State corruption?

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  23. Adam says:

    My patience is running thin. Cold anger level off the charts. We as american patriots need to be able to do more.

    This is unnacceptable, our government is not working for us and for the most part treats us like kids. Well, I am an adult, i pay my taxes and i deserve the f@cking truth! I apologize for my language but i have had enough!

    I have been reading and hoping for almost 3 years that corrupt hillary was going to get what she deserves, but now i hear her mulling for another presidential run!?! WTF you have got to be kidding me!

    If something significant does not happen soon, i feel like treepers, anons and whatever other group aligned out there will lose their footing and let the darkness continue. THIS BETTER NOT HAPPEN!

    I have been in the weeds for too long, had too many conversations with willfully ignorant americans and at this point am contemplating taking a break from this circus and forget about it.

    Generally when i have this feeling i usually have enough leverage in the situation to dig in, put my head down and gut it out. This is not the case here.

    Our greatest power is assembly and regardless of what we think of treepers anons and unamed patriots we need to assemble, we want the same outcomes and we want them NOW!

    I dont let this crap happen in my house and my life. And its about time it stops in my goverment. This goverment is supposed to be ours and at this point it is anything but.

    I want it back now and as a law abiding american citizen i will do anything at this point to get it back!

    I get the sense that i am not alone in my thoughts, but feel greatly outnumbered by ignorant programmed bots posing as americans.

    When will we have had enough?!? I am f@cking pissed. I will go to war to get our government back in our hands!

    Much love to you patriots stuck in the weeds with me!

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    • mdaush says:

      I daresay you speak for most of us….and eloquently I might add. Either Trump is going to expose all this for the ultimate takedown or we are on our own. I choose to believe we need to take the advice of the fellow slave in the movie Gladiator when talking to Maximus about going to Elysium…..”Not yet”.

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    • marko says:

      I’m 100% with you….I’m infuriated and if something doesn’t happen soon I’m going to be done following this stuff. Too much time is passing with no one brought to justice. Two years have been wasted with Sessions…there is no time left to dally around.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      Adam,
      Many patriots are hanging out in the weeds with you.
      I said this several days ago, Session’s “resignation” clears the decks for action.

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      • Adam says:

        I hope so Sugar, again as a good lawabiding little boy i will try and remain patient. But I am ready to be activated, there is no way that i will roll over and die for this!

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  24. CornPicker says:

    I just drew a huge white hat on that Whitaker picture ,lol, like hosses hat, Rod was just a straw boss Whitaker is our strong hoss, life was easy for me back when people either wore a black or white hat ,now it’s not ,I have to connect the dots just to see what kind a hat to put on em .

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  25. Del Parker says:

    This whole scheme, as is being painstakingly laid out by our Blogger of the Year Candidate, has shades of the original Jamie Gorelick “Wall of Separation” scheme. Jamie even wormed her way into the original 2017 WH staff as Ivanka’s lawyer. The scheme has the same organization modus, only evidences a generational evolving of the consturct and operational nuance.
    Genesis 3:1 Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field…

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    • Del Parker says:

      Given the true nature of the Evil we and our Nation is facing, and our Path settled, I remind those that would hear, this admonition for choosing our decorum…
      Luke 10:19 Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you.
      20 Notwithstanding in this rejoice not, that the spirits are subject unto you; but rather rejoice, because your names are written in heaven.

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  26. ivanthenuc says:

    You know, we have suspected this or something similar for almost two years now. I would guess that most of us here who are real Trump supporters knew instantly that something really fishy was going on as soon as the media and libs began talking Russian collusion and/or election interference. I honestly that at the time that it was silly and that no one in their right mind would believe such a ridiculous idea. Go figure…
    We have watched this farce play out for two years, with the libs getting away with baseless attacks and corruption – and this was after years of watching them do the same under O – watching lerner get away with so much while in charge of the IRS, watching Holder get away with murder under fast and furious – and on and on and on…
    Now we see them back in power in the house and we see at least circumstantial evidence of significant amounts of election fraud in a large number of races. We see the libs getting ready to drag our president through the mud with even more baseless charges (accusations) and congressional ‘hearings’ and on and on and on.
    The libs (uniparty) are always in attack mode. They attack on multiple fronts and they attack quickly, shifting their attack even more quickly when they see it not working or having the intended effect, but always working in the same direction, nibbling away at the enemy.

    With all of this in mind, I think that the question that many of us have is how the heck can we get the repubs to fight back just as intensely? How do we get them to quit trying to defend against every baseless accusation (most made to stir up the lib base and keep the repubs off guard), but to instead go on the attack themselves, push back the libs and keep them off balance? How do we convince them to quit trying to play the statesman and instead play the street fighting politician – the one who understands that this fight is for keeps and the statesman will be nothing more than a footnote in history?
    President Trump hopefully has 6 years left, but as we can see by looking back over the last 2, that time is finite, precious and goes by quickly. Cold anger is all well and good, but it is useless if it isn’t used, harnessed and directed at the enemy. Just watch how the libs use the cold anger of their base. How do we get those we have placed in positions of power on our side, who support our president, to really take the gloves off and go after the libs tooth and nail? How do we get them to understand that no matter what they do the media and other lib allies will hate and attack them, so they have to/need to attack relentlessly with the truth? If we can’t do that then all of this knowledge and cold anger is worthless.

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    • flyinglandman says:

      We have to put pressure on our representatives to step up. Remember that they are politicians. The vast majority are liars, even if they have an R by their name. If they can get away with it, they’ll do nothing, or worse, take pay-offs.

      Call them and don’t just say that you’ll be upset if they don’t fight. Tell them that you will actively campaign against them in their next primary. Make them understand that they have to fight as if their future depends on it. They need to know that we are watching and that they will be held accountable. They need to know that their voting base is extremely engaged and enraged to the point of action.

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      • Jbird says:

        flyinglandman says:

        I live in f’n California, rep is DegenerateDemocrat, worthless to contact. I have tried to contact Repubs in other states, your address has to match their district. Even JimJordan has a disclaimer with volume of email he accepts only email from constituents in his district. Best I’ve achieved is leaving voice msg on a recorder.

        I don’t want to point fingers but for the life of me I don’t understand why there wasn’t a Republican Overseer 24/7 durning FloridaElectionCount, knowing past history that is blatantly unprepared, it’s embarrassing to think the Dems were high-5ing, laughing at our ignorance. Until we achieve consistentcy w/verification it’s a crapshoot!

        Jim Jordan

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        • flyinglandman says:

          I’m kind of spoiled here in West Texas. I forget sometimes how dramatically different things are in liberal la-la land areas.

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        • Farmkid says:

          Didn’t Trump assign Pence the project of identifying and cleaning up election fraud? I heard excuses but no resolution…..

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          • Issy says:

            Many Sec of States who control the state’s elections refused to cooperate and they couldn’t get the information they needed to do anything. Even the one in my Red State refused. I think it was Kris Kobach of Kanas who was in charge of the project.

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      • lanahi says:

        We have a stronger senate because the RINOs either resigned or lost their reelection bid. So even if the numbers aren’t much better, we have more working for us. We do need a cushion of numbers, though. We also have Romney there, another John McCain.

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    • Little pink houses says:

      We have a couple of months before it gets herrendous. As a group of like minds fighting for truth and for our future let us put on the full armor of God, we should commit to reading Ephesians 6:10-18 daily. We have to prepare and then be ready to stay the course.
      Given our history over the last 50 + years did we really think it would be easy?

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    • Donzo says:

      With the Damned Dems having telegraphed their next moves to go on offence they have given Trump a huge gift. The jig is almost up. He must take them down before they try to take him down. The pieces have been rearranged on the chessboard and they are falling nicely into place. Trump is the last person on Earth who would sit back passively and watch it crumble around him.

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  27. I am going to be fasting and praying today for our nation and our leaders, most especially POTUS, and all patriots within government who are working to expose the corruption. There are a couple guys named Matthew, one Whitaker and one Gaetz, who deserve some special prayers, too. St. Matthew please intercede for them to keep them safe and ensure their success.

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  28. f.fernandez says:

    So now we see what Strzok’s mention of the insurance plan was as Sundance so elegantly laid out here.

    This morning’s news that Hillary will definitely run again. If she isn’t indicted by the end of all this, all hope is lost.

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  29. frank field says:

    Magnificent thinking. Magnificent research. Magnificent writing. We love you Sundance. You give us hope for real change.

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  30. reposort says:

    wow. EXCELLENT series.
    Going to bookmark them.

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  31. Jonesy says:

    So could Whitaker be nominated to Asst. Attorney General to replace Rosey? They say he can’t be for Attorney General unless he steps down, but this is a different position. Once President Trump nominates and swears in a new Attny General, Whitaker can be nominated and slide into that position for some consistency in the DOJ.

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  32. litlbit2 says:

    It would appear that the latest changes, for the better, at the AG position has elevated what will now be exposed in the next IG report. Just how honest or how big the cover up will be, author beware!

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  33. Is this Mueller investigation never-ending?

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  34. Ristvan says:

    Whitaker has all the hallmarks of a clasic hatchet man. And one way to diminish Mueller is to show the SC investigation is premised on bad/deliberately false information. And that is precisely what the IG FISA investigation can do, IF it comes soon.
    The Dems nonsensical howling about Whitaker (not just re use, but ‘illegal’ when 5USC3345(a)(2) is plain on its face) suggests they know it, also. Dems took House and indicate they want ‘war’ (“loading subpoena cannons”)—well, looks like they got their wish answered. But because of ‘the insurance policy’ misdeeds, it looks to be a war they cannot win. Doubt that Schiff and Nadler are bright enough to know that. I suspect Pelosi does, however.

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  35. MALTHUS says:

    S(oft) C(oup) Robert Mueller is the mucilage holding the cabal together. Dissolve his office and the putsch fails.

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    • Monticello says:

      Perhaps…..but the enablers are still there. There are still lots of dirty operators in the intelligence community following Brennan/Clapper playbook and IMO answering to the globalists, (5 eyes). I have a theory that part of the GOP retirements, the actions of Sessions and many others in DC is compromised by a J. Edgar Hoover cabal of the 3 letters, globalists and Marxist deep state.

      The CIA/NSA would be extremely hard to clean up.

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      • Monticello says:

        BTW what’s to keep Marxist bad actors in 5eyes, 9 eyes or 14 eyes from running compromise ops on our politicians, press and anyone else they wish to target.

        Unnerving to know that an intelligence operative in France can not only find out anything they wish about most any U.S. citizen but could if they wished foul up your finances or plant child porn on your computer/device.

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  36. Mike Neely says:

    Being that SCOTUS and other courts have repeatedly ruled that an actual “law” must have both a “statute” and a “regulation” [see U.S. vs, Mersky, 361 U.S. 431 at 437-438 (SCOTUS – 1960); Chrysler Corp. vs. Brown, 441 U.S. 281at 302 (SCOTUS – 1979); Manhattan General Equipment Co. vs. C.I.R., 297 U.S. 129 (SCOTUS – 1936); Bates v. United States, 581 F.2d 575, 579 (6th Cir. 1978)], the Office of Special Counsel is a complete fraud based upon the fact that its purported authority comes from a “regulation” ONLY. At the outset of Mueller’s witch hunt, BAR–member attorney Greg Jarrett reported this fact on FOX News a couple of times and then – silence! When I approached my congressman (also a BAR–member lawyer) about this fact, he said that I was correct but, the enforcement of a stand-alone regulation is discretionary upon the Attorney General. I told him that that is a big, fat lie because the A.G. is not above the law and cannot go against Supreme Court rulings.

    The truth about our fraudulent “Special Counsel” is being covered up by the B.A.R. which has a monopoly on our “justice” system.

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  37. HB says:

    If all facts are cited, and the end report is made public, is all cited materia made public? Or can some of that material be redacted?

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  38. lanahi says:

    I think that within the next few weeks at most, the unredacted FISA documents and others will be out and it will completely turn around all of these investigations and lead to the arrests we want. We had to take back some of judiciary first and clean out the bad actors at the head of DOJ and FBI. The quick appointment of Whitaker means quick followup on all the rest, IMO.

    Sessions did clean out much of the top tier of the DOJ and FBI, so I don’t think he was a black hat. But he is too much of a “country gentleman” to handle the big, ugly fight going forward. He laid a strong foundation for what is coming next, and the investigations we needed are also about ended and ready to go to arrests. He did his job, and we are going to the next, more active phase.

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  39. JX says:

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  40. 4sure says:

    “Whitaker is now President Trump’s most valuable weapon in the ongoing battle against a bipartisan and corrupt administrative state.”

    SD, couldn’t this have happened 18 months ago if Sessions had been fired?

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  42. Another Scott says:

    As AAG couldn’t Whittaker add a new indictment of James Wolfe for leaking classified info?

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  43. zooamerica says:

    I hope and pray that our Lord Jesus Christ and His Almighty Father will protect Matthew Whitaker and give him the heavenly strength, wisdom, and power to take down the evil deep state that has plagued America for too long.

    sundance has given us amazing summations of the facts with great detail.

    We know the truth given the facts that shall set us free.

    I think the only way we can “fight,” for the truth is through the Power of Prayer.

    A short prayer can go a long way toward stopping Thomas Jefferson’s inevitable shedding of human blood in order to replenish the tree of liberty.

    Jesus shed his blood and His Father sacrificed His Son’s Life so we would not have to do the Great Work.

    A Civil War in America – The “Great Violence” is what THEY want.

    We shall defeat them with our GREAT, Godly minds.

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  44. Doug Amos says:

    President Trump has completely exposed the electoral system; it is undeniably corrupt and now the majority of the people know it. The stock market is next; failures will reflect on sewer rats; it was over the moon until the House was lost; President Trump has already seized the high ground. The House and sewer rats in general no longer have the luxury of running a campaign based solely on dislike for the President. Do they or do they not want open borders?. The media is left to deny corruption, extoll crazy visions, defend unprincipled politicians and admit they have an agenda that everyone knows hates President Trump.

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    • zooamerica says:

      President Trump completely exposed the Administrative Deep State.

      Political ADS…

      Now I want to see Matthew Whitaker destroy the ADS…

      President Trump can only be like “Cus” D’Amato…

      Like Mike Tyson, Matthew Whitaker is the fighter.

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  45. zooamerica says:

    I hope and pray that our GREAT President Trump and his family are comforted by all of our prayers, surrounded by our Love and the Light of God.

    May God Almighty’s Providence continue to shine on the United States of America.

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  46. zooamerica says:

    Political Administrative Deep State

    Time to change the PADS.

    Gross.

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  47. zooamerica says:

    Mr. Matthew “Clean Machine,” Whitaker

    Vs.

    PADS Doldrums.

    Let’s get ready to rumble, AMERICAN PATRIOTS!

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  48. Sue says:

    Let’s assume, for the sake of argument, that Rod Rosenstein (and Mueller) are supporting the President, and that rather than preventing the disclosure of DoJ crimes because they were self-incriminating, that they were simply holding off the disclosure until the (1) Supreme Court and friendly Federal judges were in place, (2) the Senate had a safe Republican majority, and (3) the most toxic elements of the FBI were removed before the information was released. Timing is everything. Could be they are all part of the plan. After all, Mueller did show up at Trump’s office seeking a job he knew he didn’t meet the qualifications for. Why would he do that? And as a marine (for life), Trump is his commanding officer. All things to think about. For sure Mueller and Rosenstein are locked in together. If one is good, so is the other. And if one is bad then he has an evil twin.

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  49. Eagle says:

    Jerome Corsi backed out of an interview with NBC this afternoon after his lawyer got a call from team Meuller. My first thought, Meuller doesnt want Corsi doing every news program smearing him and his investigation with the truth. I suspect he’s given Corsi a pass on the perjury to keep his mouth shut. I also think the prosecutor in Utah is about to unload, and its going to make team Meuller look like the jack booted brown shirt thugs that they are. Having Corsi pile on for a week is something they can’t handle. Meuller is scum.

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