The Cleaner…

There are ongoing consequential election battles taking place in multiple states that are far more urgent than my meager outlines; and it is not my intent to distract from the more pressing matters of our political surrounding.  However, there is a strong possibility the current election events are symptoms of a larger battle within government.

An enigma:

You see, there’s a bunch of ‘unofficial’ evidence, or data-points, that no-one can explain how or why they came to be visible.  The data did not surface sequentially; but it surely surfaced purposefully from within the apparatus of government. Putting the evidence into a sequence that clarifies the picture is not easy. As a respected person recently shared:

“It’s almost like a separate discipline, sort of like textual forensics or document historiography; I don’t know how to describe it yet.”

In an earlier outline I shared the following questions:

  • How do we find out about the Mark Warner text messages?
  • Who publicly released the Carter Page FISA application?
  • Where did the four day flood of information (Dec 1st – 4th, 2017) about Lisa Page and Peter Strzok come from?
  • Who released that Page/Strzok information to the media?  Why?
  • Who made the decision not to indict James Wolfe for leaking classified information?
  • Why be so specific details within the Wolfe indictment; then dismiss them?
  • Who made the decision NOT TO redact the key FISC clerk stamp?
  • Where is all of this “unofficial” evidence coming from?

Well, here’s my answers.

In the James Wolfe indictment, released June 8th, 2018, we find out the Senate Select Committee on intelligence was sent the FISA application on Carter Page.  We don’t find out from the indictment, we only see a description:  [Source Link]

Now, keep in mind this indictment as written ends without any charges of leaking classified documents.  The indictment [Read Here] ends with three counts of giving “false statements to a government agency”, ie. lying to the FBI [18 USC 1001 violation]

If you read the indictment, and the subsequent charges within the indictment, there is absolutely NO REASON, for the extent of the specificity within page #6, lines 17 through 20. As pictured above.  Wolfe was not charged with leaking “classified information”, yet the specific details describe the “top secret” document that was leaked.

A month later, on a Saturday, July 21st, 2018, the redacted FISA Title-1 application used against U.S. person Carter Page is released.  At the time of its release, no-one was looking for it and no-one was requesting the release.

On page #54, 63, 65, 66, and 83 of the heavily redacted FISA application – the FISC Clerk copy stamp appears, drawing attention to the date of distribution, March 17th, 2017. [Source Link]

All dates within the FISA application are redacted, except for the FISC Clerk stamp dates.  Curiously, this March 17, 2017, clerk stamp date is what connects that document to the description of the “top secret” document outlined in the Wolfe indictment.

Against the refusal of the DOJ and FBI to declassify supporting documents to the Nunes memo, this unanticipated weekend release of the FISA application was that much more interesting.  FISA documents are not foia-able; consider the painstaking effort to get the Nunes memo released; in essence this FISA application would have been the easiest document to keep hidden.  Yet, it appeared.

Additionally, another curious unanticipated and never explained document release from February 9th, 2018, overlays with both the Wolfe indictment and the Carter Page FISA application.

In February, 2018, someone, for some reason, released the text messages between Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chairman Mark Warner, and a lobbyist/lawyer named Adam Waldman. [Source Link]  The resulting sunlight showed Senator Warner seeking Waldman’s assistance in setting up a private meeting/interview with Trump dossier author Christopher Steele.

On page #5 of the Warner text messages, we see the date March 17th, 2017, again.  The same date the Senate received the FISA application.  This time we see that Warner was going into the Senate “skif” (SCIF) shortly after 4:00pm; (presumably to review the document):

Using 2018 hindsight and putting together the three documents, released six months apart [Feb (Warner), June (Wolfe), July (FISA)] the picture emerges that the Senate Intelligence Committee received the Carter Page FISA application on March 17th, 2017, delivered to James Wolfe and reviewed by Vice-Chairman Mark Warner.   From the indictment, we discover the content of this document production was leaked by James Wolfe, to his reporter/girlfriend, Ali Watkins the same day.

The important notations here are: (1) two of the three sets of data were released without any specific purpose (FISA App and Warner texts); (2) no-one knows why two data points were released; (3) no-one knows who released them; (4) the FISC Clerk Stamp appears to have been intentionally left unredacted; (5) the specificity within the page #6 data within the Wolfe indictment was unnecessary for the direct purpose, yet important for the indirect purpose of connecting the data; (6) the Wolfe indictment was unsealed six months after the fact; and (7) NONE of these three sets of data were essential information at the time they were released.

This tells me, someone wanted this information into the bloodstream of public knowledge; yet non of this information was part of an official release; except the Wolfe indictment – yet it too contained unnecessary specificity within the page-6 details when unsealed.

This brings us to the critical question: Who?  Who wanted this out there?

The answer to that question, is uniquely narrow when you think about the documents and the position the person would have to hold in order to influence the release.

Because of the documents in question, the person would need to be inside the DOJ.  Because of the content of the documents, the person would have to be important enough to have access and knowledge of the bigger dynamic at play.  This person would also need to be high enough in the food chain to authorize the FISA release and have some control over the redaction process (leaving the FISC Clerk stamp date visible).  This person would have to be high enough to ‘unofficially’ release the Warner text messages, and yet not be in fear after doing it.

In my opinion, that describes Matt Whitaker – AG Jeff Sessions Chief of Staff.

Additionally, when considering another set of unsourced and very consequential data that followed the plea of Michael Flynn as demanded by the prosecution from Robert Mueller November 30th, 2017.   The public releases on December 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, immediately following the Flynn plea (Strzok FISC buddy Judge Rudolph “Rudy” Contreras), were massive in consequence, and appeared reactionary.

Those early December 2017 releases revealed: the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok removals and suspensions; the text messaging; the connections to Bruce Ohr activity (demotion 1); and the connections to Nellie Ohr and Fusion GPS.   No-one ever asked who was the source of that mountain of evidence against the conspiracy group.

Again, in my opinion, that information could only come from someone with deep knowledge of what was going on; and tends to point toward Matt Whitaker.

In short, I think Matt Whitaker was our behind-the-scenes ‘deep throat’; pushing information into the public consciousness that would paint a picture being hidden by opposing voices within the administrative state.  All of the countermeasures became visible after Whitaker was hired in October 2017.

Again, apply common sense, what interests were served; and whose interests were undermined by this information being released?

Whitaker joined Sessions in October 2017; immediately before the FBI investigators zeroed in on the SSCI leaking [See Indictment].

Whitaker came in after the leak task force was in place and investigating.  I believe it was Matt Whitaker who left the disparate breadcrumb trail for us to follow.

Given the nature of how hard Rosenstein and Mueller are/were working to block sunlight and the release of information, as evidenced within their recent threats against declassification by President Trump, these data/evidence points certainly did not come from their collective DOJ camp or the ‘small group’ within the Special Counsel.  Factually the sunlight from the mysterious media information was adverse to their interests.

So here’s my summary:

  • How do we find out about the Mark Warner text messages? – Matt Whitaker
  • Who publicly released the Carter Page FISA application? – Matt Whitaker
  • Where did the four day flood of information (Dec 1st – 4th, 2017) about Lisa Page and Peter Strzok come from? – Matt Whitaker
  • Who released that Page/Strzok information to the media? – Matt Whitaker
  • Why? – Push back against the sketchy Mueller framework within the Flynn plea.
  • Who made the decision not to indict James Wolfe for leaking classified information? – Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, in an effort to protect the interests of corrupt elements within the SSCI. [ Despite the leak task force identifying the leaker, the content of the Wolfe leak meant Sessions could not be the decision-maker; the recusal firewall was crossed.]
  • Who wrote the initial Wolfe indictment to contain such specific evidence as to outline how he had leaked classified information?  – The task force [Whitaker allies].
  • Who made the decision NOT TO redact the key FISC clerk stamp? – Matt Whitaker as push-back against, and evidence toward, the corrupt elements within the SSCI.
  • Where did all of this “unofficial” evidence come from? – Matt Whitaker, current Acting Attorney General.

Additionally, the Office of the President is not an individual, it is an institution.  There are people, mostly lawyers, responsible for the office of the president who are there specifically to protect the executive office and not necessarily the person within it. By protecting the Office of The President, they protect the president.

Part of that protection involves NOT allowing the President to posses information that could put him in a position of compromise or legal jeopardy.  Therefore, in my opinion, President Trump does not have direct knowledge, nor has he been informed, of any of this.

In my humble opinion, those near the President are telling him to keep publicly expressing his distance from Matt Whitaker specifically because Whitaker is “the cleaner” for the DOJ and FBI.  That’s why we are seeing this:

The President needs factual and honest deniability of knowledge, and or any involvement, in what Matt Whitaker has done (as CoS) and/or will do (as AAG) internally.

That scenario doesn’t make former AG Jeff Sessions out to be good or bad, just recused and unable to deal with the issues over the past 20 months – prior to exit.

The conflict and compromise carried by Rod Rosenstein makes him a risk to the office; that’s why Whitaker was recommended as the ‘cleaner’.

I suspect one of Whitaker’s key tools will be to oversee and then utilize the IG report on FISA abuse to expel those within the DOJ and FBI who participated. [See Here]

The deepest elements of the DC swamp will go bananas to get rid of Whitaker specifically because he is positioned to be the cleaner.

Who has given Whitaker counsel?  Likely Senate Judicary Chairman Chuck Grassley.

Will this effort work? I have no idea.

There you have it.  That’s my take.

“Matthew Whitaker”



Graphic = h/t Rosie

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1,533 Responses to The Cleaner…

  1. Suzanne says:

    They’re going bat guano crazy over this man’s appointment. Just read that UpChuck is going to try to attach a Mueller protection clause to the spending bill if Whittaker won’t recuse. At the rusk of repeating myself, if stating an opinion makes one recuseable then let’s start with RBG who has had no qualms about voicing her opinions re PDJT and his admin.
    Personally I would love it if Whitaker dropped every single piece of evidence into Nunes and Grassley’s laps by close of business tomorrow. Then the entire rotten mess is out there for all the world to see and no one can claim Trump obstructed.

    Liked by 2 people

    • elmo says:

      And once Whitaker dumps it all, anything not referred for indictment, they should put to a special commission so it cannot be used as a political football and manipulated by any in both houses of congress who may be implicated in the worst crime against an US President in our history. Then they all need to shut up because it’s under investigation.


  2. Suzanne says:

    I am currently praying that Whitaker both summarily and immediately sends Nunes and Grassley every document they ever thought about wanting. PDJT would pardon him for anything they could do to him

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Jenevive says:

    Here we go just read that San Francisco is thinking of going to court over
    Whitaker appointment. Wrote to DOJ wanting justification for this. Said
    that is not following the designated line of succession and that he wasn;t approved
    by congress and they didn’t get theie Advice and Consent role..

    Can the court stop this? If so I hope the President goes straight to Supreme Court
    in emergency ruling.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Trump Train says:

      So damn sick and tired of these ignorant America hating leftist. F**** them. This is getting so outta hand now. The obama admin was the most corruot in history and nithing was done. How much longer do we have to wait? Getting the feeling the next phase of the civil war will start before the 2020 election or soon after. They are not going to know what hit them. I cant imagine we would need to take out more than few hundred thousand of them.

      Liked by 7 people

      • lemmus1 says:

        “I cant imagine we would need to take out more than few hundred thousand of them.”

        Are you deliberately TRYING to get SD banned?

        Liked by 1 person

      • I cant imagine we would need to take out more than few hundred thousand of them.

        Who is “we?” You got a mouse in your pocket? This is an intellectual forum–we do not condone violence as that would make us no different than the lefties.

        Of course, many of us on here are ex-military and would know what to do if violence simply cannot be contained. But we do not want that scenario. War is ugly. war is bloody, war is scary and I do not want to see my kids or grandkids experience it.

        Right now I have pinned my hopes on one Donald J. Trump to steer my country away from that dark abyss. I hope you will help me pray that he is successful in that endeavor……

        Liked by 3 people

        • lemmus1 says:

          …amen …almost anyone who has been in actual combat, ever wants to go there again voluntarily …the last thing I want for my children is trying to survive in the aftermath of a real civil war on our own ground …but the left keeps pushing and we may not have a choice …Jefferson’s line comes to mind all too frequently these days …which is why I put so much hope on Trump succeeding

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    • Christine says:

      Hi Jenevive. Yes, in the last few hours Judge Napolitano was back on Fox, continuing to press that line too, with no push back from the Host.

      As has been explained by Sundance, legislation allows Whitaker to be appointed as Acting AG for a temporary 240 (I think) days, without needing to satisfy those rules. I believe that can be extended a further 240 days, if necessary. So, his appointment is valid.

      I used to admire Judge Nap, but he’s gone off the Globalist deep end.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Milton says:

        The Federal Vacancies Reform Act of 1998

        “(1) for no longer than 210 days beginning on the date the vacancy occurs;”
        The Act goes on to allow successive 210 days if the Senate rejects the nomination for AG.

        Liked by 9 people

      • Titus says:

        I didn’t catch all of Judge Napolitano on Fox tonight, but could not believe he was sounding like a Dem.! Shepard Smith has turned and now Napolitano. What is going on?

        Liked by 1 person

        • Incisor says:

          Shep hasn’t turned, he’s always been a Whrino (WhinyRino).

          Liked by 2 people

        • Christine says:

          Hi Titus. I can’t recall specifics, but last year I saw Judge Nap reveal something on Fox us Treepers knew from Sundance (re FISA, I think), but wasn’t mainstream knowledge.

          Fox reprimanded him, and he was pulled from the network for at least 3 weeks, and possibly longer. Over the next few months, Judge Nap (& Sundance) was proven correct, but Fox never publicly addressed it.

          Ever since then, Judge Nap is back on Fox frequently, but pushing the Globalist anti-Trump “concerned” line.

          Thankfully for me, here in Australia all the RINOs like Shep Smith, Neal Cavuto etc are on around 4.00am, so I’m asleep.


          • lemmus1 says:

            …yes, Napolitano said it repeatedly over a couple days …that he had inside info that the FBI had farmed out the wiretapping to the Brits MI-6 …and then he stopped …and ever since has not been the same

            …that was long before I found CTS and at the time, I thought he had gone around the bend …why in the world would the FBI ever do something like that? …then I found Sundance

            …Cavuto used to be one of my favorites but then he had a very serious illness, was on death’s door and made it back …never the same since …I can’t listen to him anymore


            • The Phantom Stranger says:

              Cavuto clearly loathes President Trump. I can’t watch his show anymore.

              Napolitano was always a right-leaning libertarian until Fox News reprimanded him last year for discussing how British Intel were wiretapping Trump at the behest of American Intel. He was 100% correct of course, but the powers-that-be wanted to keep that dirty secret under wraps.

              It’s pretty clear that Napolitano spoke out of school about information the CIA and American government didn’t want publicly disseminated on the air.


        • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

          Judge Nap has indeed ,seemingly partnered with Shep.


        • Gil Stonebarger says:

          President Trump waited too long, the other side has won. Watch.


    • loislane says:

      Did RR have congressional approval? He was just filling in for Sessions. Well so is Whitaker.


    • JimmyJack says:

      Idk but this step makes me think Whitaker is our guy.


  4. Bogeyfree says:

    For our legal experts:

    Can Whitaker as the AG now, request the following from the NSA

    1) Everyone who accessed the “master database” and ran queries on people for the past 4 years?

    2) If yes can they also see who specifically conducted these queries?

    3) can they also request all texts, emails and communications captured on HRC, Huma, RR, Wray, Mueller, Oher, McCabe, Comey, Weissman, Strzozk, Page, Brennan, Yates, Clapper, Lynch and Sessions for the past 3 years?

    Liked by 11 people

  5. Mike says:

    I also have question,

    What if the Trump administration just ignores the subpoenas, not to mention court orders like Eric Holder, the IRS, and the State Department did when Obama was pres, and like RR and the “justice” department are doing right now?

    Whitaker should say no recusal, Holder and Lynch set the standard so pound sand!

    Liked by 10 people

    • G. Combs says:

      Whitaker has NO REASON to RECUSE!!!

      THIS IS THE RULE!!!!
      “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome. 28 CFR 45.2
      Political relationship means a close identification with an elected official, candidate, political party or campaign organization arising from service as a principal advisor or official; personal relationship means a close and substantial connection of the type normally viewed as likely to induce partiality.[…]”

      And that is why President Trump has tweeted he does not know Whitaker and that he was appointed by Jeff Sessions.

      Liked by 11 people

      • CopperTop says:

        Yes NO CLEANING required. Beat ’em to death with logic. I’m sure MW is flattered but he didn’t offer to clean in his op-ed September 2016 to CNN. He offered a stand. He won’t be asked if he is loyal. He’ll be asked what he can deliver.

        PS: There’s a firewall AG no one has mentioned 100% waiting if needed. The Dems 100% cannot take him down without taking down themselves. I’ll float his name when/if MW does not deliver.

        Liked by 7 people

      • David A says:

        Whereas Mueller and Rosenstein have a long term relationship. ( Among others in the witch hunt)

        Sundance said…”Again, apply common sense, what interests were served; and whose interests were undermined by this information being released?”

        The interest served is truth and justice, the undermined is Obama’s DOJ and FBI loyalists and the Clinton cabal.

        Liked by 2 people

      • para59r says:

        Cripes! That means Mueller!!!

        Kidding. We already know that.


      • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

        Dem members of Congress are simply attorneys that couldn’t make it in a successful respected law firm. Thus they make careers for themselves by bribing constituents , donors and lobbyists. Cant beat it .Free taxpayer funded healthcare, insider trading and pensions. And many marry money , essentially becoming trust fund spouses . Bonus slush fund also funded by us to cover their various transgressions without ever having to appear,plea or answer for any indiscretions.
        We get to listen to the lot of them screaming ” peach45, constitutional crisis and get Trumps taxes” .


    • formerdem says:

      And as a last resort can’t Trump be his own AG?


    • Judith says:

      Harassing the President of the United States of America with these nuisance lawsuits is a matter of *National Security.* Stand firm and let these San Francisco shit-stirrers take their grievance to the Supreme Court.

      I thought we already had a statute to cover this. If not, we need a definitive ruling to prevent such meddling in the future. To subject a sitting President to this frivolous lawfare sets a very dangerous precedent.


  6. How secure do you think FBI’s Wray feels now that he has a new boss?


  7. G. Combs says:

    Of interest:

    The Federal Vacancies Reform Act of 1998

    Wiki says this:
    “….The law designates three classes of people who may serve as acting officials:

    ▪️ By default, “the first assistant to the office” becomes the acting officer.

    ▪️ The President may direct a person currently serving in a different Senate-confirmed position to serve as acting officer.

    ▪️ The President can select a senior “officer or employee” of the same executive agency who is equivalent to a GS-15 or above on the federal pay scale, if that employee served in that agency for at least 90 days during the year preceding the vacancy.[1]”

    [1] “The Vacancies Act: A Legal Overview” (PDF). U.S. Congressional Research Service.

    Also from Wiki on Recess Appointments…
    “… On January 6, 2012, [Obama] the Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel issued an opinion regarding recess appointments and pro forma sessions, claiming,

    “The convening of periodic pro forma sessions in which no business is to be conducted does not have the legal effect of interrupting an intrasession recess otherwise long enough to qualify as a “Recess of the Senate” under the Recess Appointments Clause. In this context, the President therefore has discretion to conclude that the Senate is unavailable to perform its advise-and-consent function and to exercise his power to make recess appointments”.[14][15]

    So Congress CAN block President Trump but COULD NOT block Obummer…


    • KuhnKat says:

      This is not a recess appointment. Your third bullet point for Acting officials probably applies…

      Liked by 2 people

      • G. Combs says:

        Senate Starting Campaign Recess Two Weeks Early, Gone Through Midterm Election

        “…The Senate will recess through the Nov. 6 election and is scheduled to return the following Tuesday….”

        6+7= 13. Senate is not back in session until TOMORROW.


      • lemmus1 says:

        …the Vacancies Reform Act may not apply since the Constitution has precedence in the specific instance of “principal officers” vs “inferior officers” as defined in Article 2/2/2 and further delineated by several SCOTUS decisions regarding 2/2/2 …the VRA itself has never been reviewed by SCOTUS but almost certainly will be challenged in this instance

        …I believe it will come down to McConnell to decide this issue …only the Senate in its entirety is directly harmed by this appointment … it’s hard to see who else would have legal standing to challenge it although many will try to create such …thus only the Senate in its entirety can challenge …and as long as the Republicans control the Senate, only McConnell could authorize a vote on such a legal challenge to come to a vote

        …which is again why the Senate seats become so critical

        Liked by 2 people

  8. kea says:

    Come on Whitaker


  9. Bull Durham says:

    Nice analysis. My guess is Jeff Sessions empowered Matt Whittaker to do it all.
    Jeff Sessions from Day 1 was pure MAGA, totally loyal, a man intent on cleaning up the mess in DOJ and FBI, needed an operative and picked and empowered Matt Whittaker.

    Deputies (Chief of Staff) don’t operate as White Hat amidst all those Black Hats without being managed by someone who could assure his safety and security.

    It is either Sessions or RR (preposterous). Grassley was never skilled enough on the workings of DOJ or FBI to know how to do this work. Nowhere in his background or history in office has he ever shown the capabilities. It is more likely he’s been used by Sessions-Whittaker.

    Once Sessions was established and “recused” (distant) from the action, he had perfect cover never to be suspected of running an inside leaker himself.

    It’s all a guess at this point. My guess is Sessions. And he fell on his sword like a great American.

    Liked by 3 people

    • All Too Much says:

      Whitaker weaponized Session’s recusal via the fact intensive indictment.
      Rosenstein had to choose sides.
      He did.


    • G. Alistar says:

      Grassley’s staff is absolutely more than skilled enough…..besides, none of the senators, representatives or even principle cabinet members do the hard leg work. Great staffers do and Grassley May have one of the best in the US Senate. Still your comment about Sessions is an intriguing one….

      Liked by 1 person

      • Absolutely agree with you. One has only to look at Grassley’s responses to the hacking of whistleblower communications. And remember Grassley authored the original whistleblower legislation. His righteous anger at this travesty must be burning bright and he has been around long enough to know the ropes and hire/train a superb staff.

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    • Rita Camp says:

      You are so wrong about Grassley. He is well aware of what’s going on. He misses nothing. He is one of the smartest people on Capitol Hill. NEVER underestimate him.

      Liked by 2 people

    • DelAware says:

      My read as well though I think more highly of Three Mowers Chuck.


  10. anniefannie says:

    Everything goes to prove the Demonrats expect one set of rules for themselves and one for everyone else. Time for that to stop. Just like with Broward County. NO totals should be released until everyone is finished with the recount and then release them in reverse order of finish. Broward will be first and then no “new” boxes of foundling ballots can be discovered! Nuff said!

    Holder ran the most corrupt DoJ in history. The Demonrats cannot deal with anyone who might be on a Lo Lynch level much less a colder bolder holder level. What’s the matter Eric, 👠 not fitting the other foot well??

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  11. Anonymous says:

    “the FISC Clerk Stamp appears to have been intentionally left unredacted”

    I don’t see you making any supporting arguments for this. Maybe it is so, But no supports shown. All we know is they were present.

    We can’t rule out inadvertent disclosure. Otherwise, why redact the dates elsewhere? Also, the stamps might have been harder to check/find versus main text.

    Again I don’t know one way or other. Just would be cautious of jumping to conclusion.


  12. ForGodandCountry says:

    One ping only, please, Vassily.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Another Scott says:

    So in the end Whitaker was part of a 4D chess strategy by Jeff Sessions to give Q something to write about as part of a 5D chess strategy to distract everyone from the impending invasion by space aliens

    • Well, that’s about it in a nut shell.


    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      I got $100 on lizard people taking over before
      the aliens arrive.

      Liked by 1 person

      • G. Combs says:

        And I have a $1,000 on our enemies attempting a bloody revolution within the next five years.

        “…Many Americans left Russia after diplomatic service or service in the Creel Committee with a clear-eyed understanding of what the Bolsheviks were all about. However, many Americans left Russia in thrall to the communists.

        One who observed and understood was the Creel Committee foreign educational section member, and future dean of Teachers College, William R. Russell. He was in Russia soon after the Bolsheviks seized power and spent considerable time there, working on Creel propaganda against the Germans, for the Bolsheviks, and later against the Bolsheviks. Russell described how he saw the communist tradecraft:

        The way they worked their way to the seizure of power was as follows: Talk about peace, talk about social equality, especially among those most oppressed. Talk about organization of labor, and penetrate into every labor union. Talk on soapboxes. Publish pamphlets and papers. Orate and harangue. Play on envy. Arouse jealousy. Separate class from class. Try to break down the democratic processes from within. Accustom the people to picketing, strikes, mass meetings. Constantly attack the leaders in every way possible so that the people will lose confidence. Then in time of national peril, during a war, on the occasion of a great disaster, or of a general strike, walk into the capital and seize the power. A well-organized minority can work wonders.

        Willing Accomplices: How KGB Covert Influence Agents Created Political Correctness and Destroyed America by Kent Clizbe

        So at this point we have an increase in violence and an attack on our government. Even here people are losing confidence in the legitimacy of the government.

        Come 2020 either the Fabian Socialists (Progressives) get complete control of our government and make the USA a vasal state of the World Government thereby removing our sovereignty OR the Communists finish Soros Purple Revolution and try to over throw our government.

        Never forget that the European bankers that saddled Americans with the Federal Reserve then took the wealth they stole and gave it to Trotsky. The purpose was to instigated the Revolution that overthrew the new government that was patterning itself after the US government.

        These same European bankers took over our media two years later in 1915.


        • DJ says:

          “And I have a $1,000 on our enemies attempting a bloody revolution within the next five years.”
          It sure looks like that’s where this is headed. There is going to be a concerted effort to disarm folks in the states where Dims won big last week. Bloomberg spent alot of money and expects to get something in return.


      • DJ says:

        No, we are actually becoming the Planet of the Apes.


    • Gil Stonebarger says:



  14. Trump must battle the fascist leftists boldly on all fronts and at all times and at this he must not flag nor fail. He must never succumb to the siren call of the fascist leftists propaganda ministers that will permeate the television waves, nor to the cowering fear of the GOPe to do battle. He must not bargain with the fascist leftists and their ropaganda ministers and gutter rats. He can not reason with them as the fascist leftists and their gaggle of lying lackeys and deranged dingbats will grant no quarter to him and if they can, they will destroy him and his family and all of America without remorse.

    Trump must follow the fascist leftists to the inmost recesses of their minds and make them fear and dread the very sight and sound of him. with only an occasional drug or alcohol induced respite in between their waking nightmares as their day of final reckoning approaches. Trump must make them howl.

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  15. Tl Howard says:

    When he firsts broached the subject of Whitaker, Sundance said he might have to pass it on to a louder voice, one he trusted, a person with a wider audience. He hasn’t said any more on that subject. Wonder if he will?


  16. Sneaky Pete says:

    Never-trumper site Hotair calls Whitaker a WH plant and an opportunist, imposed by a duplicitous Trump on an unsuspecting Sessions.

    National Review’s Andy McCarthy calls Whitaker well-qualified.

    Liked by 3 people

  17. Sauce says:

    Sounds good to me, to paraphrase Bonnie Tyler…..

    I (WE) need a HERO….and Damn quick…..F%&k the 4D chess cracks and whoever made his appointment possible, I just want justice, hopefully we all can agree on that.

    After last week I’m hanging my sanity on this.

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  18. My kind of loyalty was to one’s country, not to its institutions nor its officeholders. The country is the real thing, the substantial thing, the eternal thing; it is the thing to watch over, and care for, and be loyal to; institutions are extraneous, they are its mere clothing, and clothing can wear out, become ragged, cease to be comfortable, cease to protect the body from winter, disease, and death.
    – Mark Twain

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  19. jello333 says:

    (I’ve only read the post so far, none of the comments yet.)

    Thanks, Sundance. This cleared up the main question I had about Whitaker. I wasn’t quite sure if he knew everything BEFORE now, or was only just now starting to learn certain aspects. My question was, since he had been Sessions’ COS, had he (Whitaker) also been kept in the dark about some things. I didn’t know if that was a “Sessions recusal” requirement or not. Apparently not… good deal!

    But I have one more question, which I’m already assuming the answer to: Was Whitaker legally ALLOWED to leak/disclose the stuff he did? I’m assuming that something about the level of his position DID give him the authorization to do so. Because if NOT, we’ll surely be hearing THAT as a reason the scumbags use to call for his removal.


    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “(I’ve only read the post so far, none of the comments yet.)”

      With 1,342 Responses so far, it might be past your sleepy tyme before finishing that task.

      Liked by 1 person

  20. Donna in Oregon says:

    I’ll believe when AG Whitaker recommends Rosenstein resign…..and Rosenstein packs up his little Snoopy suitcase and goes back to Baltimore.

    Liked by 4 people

  21. Hsssssss says:

    And just like that…
    Dems are busy celebrating their voter fraud accomplishments and the wind is out of their sails by a large Hammer by the name of Whitaker!
    They didn’t even have time to fire up the paper shredders – they love to see Rosy squirm
    They had Sessions by the…everyone knows that – the 90 days thing was genius!


  22. JX says:

    Another excellent article.

    I hope Whitaker does more than expel. We direly need prosecutions.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. taxpayer here says:

    A Godsend….our knight in shinning armor….our Nation’s savior.

    Dear Lord, please keep Mr Whitaker safe and sound along with those he holds dear. Amen

    Liked by 4 people

    • JX says:

      Just because Democrats don’t like your opinion doesn’t mean you recuse yourself.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bull Durham says:

      It’s pro forma within the DOJ to clear with the ethics committee.

      If you want Rule of Law, you have to have good ethical practices.

      Liked by 1 person

      • noswamp says:

        Key term is pro forma. Mueller is conflicted more than MW. Rosey is way more conflicted than MW. Plus according to the rules MW is NOT CONFLICTED. Fool me once(Sessions)…MW WILL NOT RECUSE. TIME TO START FOLLOWING THE RULE OF LAW FOLKS. And yes, fire every crooked Obama/RIÑO appointee at the DOJ. Start with the people in ethics that told Sessions to recuse but Mueller and Rosey it was ok to stay.


      • noswamp says:

        Key term is pro forma. Mueller is conflicted more than MW. Rosey is way more conflicted than MW. Plus according to the rules MW is NOT CONFLICTED. Fool me once(Sessions)…MW WILL NOT RECUSE. TIME TO START FOLLOWING THE RULE OF LAW FOLKS. And yes, fire every crooked Obama/RIÑO appointee at the DOJ. Start with the people in ethics that told Sessions to recuse but Mueller and Rosey it was ok to stay.


      • noswamp says:

        Key term is pro forma. Mueller is conflicted more than MW. Rosey is way more conflicted than MW. Plus according to the rules MW is NOT CONFLICTED. Fool me once(Sessions)…MW WILL NOT RECUSE. TIME TO START FOLLOWING THE RULE OF LAW FOLKS. And yes, fire every crooked Obama/RIÑO appointee at the DOJ. Start with the people in ethics that told Sessions to recuse but Mueller and Rosey it was ok to stay.


      • noswamp says:

        Key term is pro forma. Mueller is conflicted more than MW. Rosey is way more conflicted than MW. Plus according to the rules MW is NOT CONFLICTED. Fool me once(Sessions)…MW WILL NOT RECUSE. TIME TO START FOLLOWING THE RULE OF LAW FOLKS. And yes, fire every crooked Obama/RIÑO appointee at the DOJ. Start with the people in ethics that told Sessions to recuse but Mueller and Rosey it was ok to stay.


      • noswamp says:

        Key term is pro forma. Mueller is conflicted more than MW. Rosey is way more conflicted than MW. Plus according to the rules MW is NOT CONFLICTED. Fool me once(Sessions)…MW WILL NOT RECUSE. TIME TO START FOLLOWING THE RULE OF LAW FOLKS. And yes, fire every crooked Obama/RIÑO appointee at the DOJ. Start with the people in ethics that told Sessions to recuse but Mueller and Rosey it was ok to stay.


    • jello333 says:

      “Whitaker is fully committed to following appropriate procedures, including consulting with senior ethics officials about oversight responsibilities.”

      In other words, this is just normal procedure that anyone and everyone in a similar position goes through.


      • Gil Stonebarger says:

        or it could be read as DC business as usual and like all before him he will do nothing about the deep state. hate to be debbie downer but constant rose colored glass wearing has gotten us no where


  24. Sy says:

    Excellent analysis as usual Sundance.


  25. jello333 says:

    A few people have questioned whether it’s a bad move for Sundance to disclose so much about what he believes Whitaker has been up to. Well, my response is… do you think Sundance would publicly disclose any “secrets” that might hurt the cause?… Has the guy EVER done that, on any of the cases/events the Treehouse has dealt with over the years? He has a reason for everything he does. There’s a lot going on behind the scenes that we don’t know about, and we SHOULDN’T know about before a certain point is reached. But once that point is reached, and somethng is publicly mentioned here, it means the disclosure will do NO damage. Sure, it may be that certain facts aren’t yet known by the public as a whole. But you better believe that Sundance knows the “big guys” involved behind the scenes — including the BAD guys — already know everything he’s about to disclose publicly. Otherwise, we must believe that Sundance tells US something here, and then later goes, “Oh no! I was just trying to explain things to my friends at the CTH… but now I realize I’ve also given too much information to our enemies too! Oh no!” I don’t think so. 😉

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  26. Sedanka says:

    White hats, black hats…………let’s wait and see what Whittaker actually does, if anything. I remember very well when we pinned our hopes on Jeff Sessions.

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  27. budmc says:

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  28. spoogels says:

    Jonathan Turley:
    How Trump can pull off ultimate trick to make Mueller disappear–WHITTAKER


  29. Sherri Young says:

    That data dump about Carter Page’s FISA warrant on July 21, 2018 was in response to a FOIA lawsuit by Judicial Watch.

    Judicial Watch sued for the Strzok/Page texts.


  30. Rob Smith says:

    Could The Cleaner be US Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois John Lausch appointed April 8, 2018 to oversee document production for the House Intel and Judiciary Committees?


  31. kuhnkat says:

    With Nappy and others are talking about Whittaker’s appointment being unconstitutional I first thought Trump and team was simply looking for the time it would take for the Supremes to accept the case and decide it. Then I decided to look at the Constitution’s wording again.

    “…he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court…”

    “The President shall have Power to fill up all Vacancies that may happen during the Recess of the Senate, by granting Commissions…”

    Words have meaning!!

    The process is that the Prez nominates, Senate consents, Prez appoints (or not.)

    Recess process Prez COMMISSIONS!!!

    Commission is used for military officers also on a regular basis.

    The recess appointment is specifically when the Senate CANNOT be involved. It is not a normal appointment. It is a Commission and for a limited time. Due to the use of differing terminology I believe that the Founders were acknowledging that the person commissioned would not necessarily have Senate approval by being consented to previously, undercutting the superior/inferior arguments that DO apply to Mueller. The Prez IS the Superior officer and, in the recess case, is specifically acting without the Senate under Constitutional authority.

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  32. Do you recall all of Obama’s Czars that he put in government positions? I do…
    cleaning out the Swamp will take strong leadership.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. says:

    One question he already answered was “Who publicly released the Carter Page FISA application”? In recall reading in a recent post that it was DNI Coates that told the FISC to give it to the SSCI. Maybe I can find that quickly to confirm …

    Sometimes my head spins when I’m reading through his narrative … he must have a big chart on a wall in order to keep these connections clear.

    Sent from Windows Mail


    • V says:

      Carter Page FISA application:
      3/17/17 to SSCI who kept it secret.
      7/21/18 public release by ? to Judicial Watch.
      I haven’t researched what date it was released to the House.


      • RJones says:

        SSCI did not keep the C Page FISA secret. SD demonstrated that it was leaked to a NYT slut/reporter. Note that leak was the UNREDACTED FISA. Amazingly, the NYT and those to whom they sent the FISA (many) have NOT leaked it, proving they are — you fill in the blank but don’t use the word “patriotic.”


        • V says:

          Right. SSCI did leak it through Wolfe. They did not issue it to the public.

          The Deepstate have shown us what exposures they most fear in the FISA applications by their redactions.


  34. Anon says:

    Ezra Cohen-Watnick


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