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”

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Graphic = h/t Rosie

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1,533 Responses to The Cleaner…

  1. Blue Ridge Mts Va says:

    Praise the Lord for Matt Whitaker, and you Sundance.

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    • vexedmi says:

      “Matthew Whitaker must recuse himself.” Chuck Schumer

      Liked by 7 people

    • mdaush says:

      Agreed.
      The next question is….wait for it…..”Who is directing Whitaker and is the go between between Trump and whitaker? Because , in the end, this is because of the will and decision of the /best President Ever.

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      • SE says:

        Ezra Cohen-Watnick was planted onto Sessions’ staff by the White House.

        I wonder what he’s been silently up to the past year??

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        • cali says:

          @SE: First – What is Whitaker’s nick name? = THE HAMMER

          Ezra-Cohen-Watnick is the protégé of Mike Flynn. 🙂
          He was also planted for some time into the CIA by none other than Flynn. It’s easy to see how and why Watnick knows exactly what is needed to drain this swamp.

          Next I would also keep an eye on the left as they attempt to call for an investigation about Sessions “resignation” because in the end its easy to see that the patriotic group of Grassley, Watnick, Whittaker and Sessions that gives a full picture about the small but lethal group serving the swamp.
          The ‘resignation’ of Sessions has NO date.

          This small group that Sessions put together with their own trusted 2nd of command has been quietly working with Huber and his 470-member team and OIG Horowitz and his investigators to hear and collect the intelligence and other needed information to bring this swamp to justice.

          I learned about THE HAMMER a few months ago although I erred in the interpretation of THE HAMMER. It was prophetic.

          The president in the meantime MUST keep the OPTICS as not in hinder his agenda of draining the swamp.

          @Sundance – superb work once again!

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          • G. Combs says:

            Ezra-Cohen-Watnick and the Intel Community…

            From the Daily Beast:

            Ezra Cohen-Watnick ran intelligence for the National Security Council. There, he decided collecting his colleagues’ phone and email data was a good idea.

            A former National Security Council official now slated to work for Attorney General Jeff Sessions explored ways to surreptitiously monitor the communications of White House staff for leaks or perceived political disloyalty to Donald Trump, according to three former Trump NSC officials familiar with the effort.

            Ezra Cohen-Watnick, whom former national security adviser Michael Flynn brought onto the NSC as senior director for intelligence, sought technical solutions in early 2017 for collecting and analyzing phone and other data on White House colleagues for interactions with reporters. He portrayed his desired leak hunt as an “insider threat” detection effort, according to the ex-officials. Those who heard of it presumed it would focus on NSC staffers held over from the Obama administration.

            It is unknown whether Cohen-Watnick’s efforts actually resulted in any monitoring program. The former officials noted the overwhelming technical and legal hurdles to doing so….
            https://www.thedailybeast.com/white-house-aides-plan-to-stop-leaks-spy-on-his-co-workers

            A compatriot of Ezra Cohen-Watnick, Harvey was fired by H. R. McMaster in late July 2017. He is a longtime intelligence analyst who had been close to former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, Ret. Army Col. Harvey is a Senior Executive Service-member of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).

            DIA is a national-level intelligence organization that does not belong to a single military element or the traditional chain of command, instead answering to the Secretary of Defense directly through the USDI.

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          • Curry Worsham says:

            Cali, you asked me in another thread where the replies were closed if I meant to say “our beloved cracker”…
            Of course!
            It’s almost an inside joke.
            Sundance’s original blog name was “Sundance Cracker”. 🙂

            “We haven’t got time for political correctness.” – PDJT

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            • cali says:

              @Curry Worsham: Thank you! I did not know that.

              I asked out of curiosity actually since using that label here in CA will get you a confrontation.
              Thanks again! 🙂

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              • jello333 says:

                Yeah, there was even a point back then when Sundance was being attacked so much (by people on other blogs), partly because of his screen-name, that several of us temporarily changed our own names in solidarity. Like mine was gonna be Jello Cracker ( 😀 ) but I never got around to it.

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        • jmgreenwell says:

          If you read this backgrounder article on Cohen-Waznick (long and detailed), his background, previous roles and connections suggest his access and exposure to intelligence at high levels can only help Whitaker and the President.
          https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/07/ezra-cohen-watnick/534615/

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      • tav144 says:

        There is not going to be any connection between Trump and Whitaker. There can’t be. Trump needs plausible deniability. He has to just trust the person who recommended the “cleaner”. Trump doesn’t care how it gets done, just that it does. But make no mistake. They are not going to take a chance on ANY connection or line of communication between him and Trump being there because it would justify an obstruction charge.

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        • Jake says:

          Obstruct what? Justice? If the President doesn’t do anything to drain the swamp it’s an obstruction of justice. I think the President has the high ground no matter what the Dems say. When you start indicting and sentencing criminals in government the President is going to come out ahead. There will be crying and gnashing of teeth but the convictions in a court of law will make that look pretty stupid to those that really want to know. We’ve got to take this down by enforcing the rule of law with no thumbs on the scale. That’s why we need McConnell to keep his foot on the gas peddle to confirm more judges.

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    • budklatsch says:

      Why disclose this theory? It only puts a target on Whitaker? What is the gain SD?

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        The target was on Whitaker before Sessions drove away from DoJ his final time.

        In fact, Rosenstein’s group most likely already knew or suspected he was the one releasing the info and are behind the MSM quick and coordinated attacks.

        He is now ACTING Attorney General—RR’s BOSS—their WORST NIGHTMARE:
        What means do they have to stop him?
        Scream “RECUSE”.

        Whitaker has already told them to pound sand.

        Exposing the info is all that matters now.
        Finally…….what crime did Whitaker commit by releasing any of the info SD suggests he did?
        Strzok Page texts were made on gov’t tech
        Not sure where Warner’s texts originally came from (Waldman? Oleg Deripaska?)
        The FISA was “released under FOIA”

        This is an all or nothing end game move here.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “… It only puts a target on Whitaker?….”

        No it takes the target OFF President Trump.

        President Trump has been VERY CAREFUL to stay completely away from this tar baby. He has gone to great lengths to continually bash AG Sessions. Whitaker was AG Sessions pick from the other side of flyover country just as Huber is from western flyover country.

        NO CONTACT with President Trump for either of them. Recusal is NOT about personal opinion otherwise Ruth Bader-Ginsburg would have to recuse from anything having to do with the US Constitution due to her disparaging of our Constitution in Egypt.

        THIS IS THE RULE!!!!
        GOVERNMENT ETHICS
        “[…]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.[…]”

        They can scream recusal all they want. It ain’t gonna happen.

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        • Judith says:

          Thank you for the clarification on “Recusal.” That word is starting to take on a life of it’s own.

          Let Enemedia scream it all they want, while they try to dig up some college slut to cry rape. Haven’t they beat *that* horse to death, too.

          These RINOS have made their bed now by throwing the majority to the Dimmies. The sunlight was always coming. It was only a matter of when.

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        • L. E. Joiner says:

          For those who think Jeff Sessions recused himself just because of frivolous Russian contacts, this Conflict of Interest Regulation makes it clear that his close association with the Trump campaign was the reason. It is, to my mind, inarguable that he should have told the President that he was obligated to recuse himself before doing so. But that’s water over the dam at this point.

          Mr Whitaker has no such conflict of interest. /LEJ

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Exactly what I was going to say. Gives ammunition to the Ds.

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      • bessie2003 says:

        This was my question too. Whether true or not, once the idea of him possibly being the source of disclosures will give the ‘deep state’ all the ammunition they need to remove him, permanently.

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      • Pedro Morales says:

        We are not the first to know things. Congressman know they stuff long before us. They had their media narratives prepared well in advance.

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    • betsy says:

      Sundance, I love your opener,
      “There are ongoing consequential battles taking place in multiple states…” I grieved for the R loss of the House on Nov. 6. But I decided something good is going to come from it. Now I see it is the chance to CLEAN out the nests of corrupt Dem election officials, in preparing for a CLEAN 2020 election.
      It is an ENIGMA for the failing Dems who keep trying.
      God bless our POTUS and protect him & Matt Whitaker. Jeremiah 20:11.

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      • Pedro Morales says:

        betsy,
        The Dems won! They either won or stole dozens of elections. The Dems are not failing. Clearly the GOP was not prepared strategy wise or prepared to counter the election fraud. I place blame on DHS Neilsen. How could she not see this coming. They had 2 years to prepare for this.

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    • Jake says:

      Sorry, you may be right about Whitaker but I’m not buying who’s calling the shots. This cleaning effort is way to big for Whitaker to develop and plan on his own. I don’t care what other people think. I’m betting that President Trump has supervised and guided the development and timing of this whole thing with people that he trusts implicitly. There can be no other logical answer.

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      • Judith says:

        I believe you are largely correct ie.. drain the swamp is after all a POTUS rally cry. But when it comes, specifically, to the fake Russia investigation, POTUS has smartly left that in complete control of the DOJ, and others who are loyal to MAGA.

        These DOJ people, who are not themselves targets of the investigation, have no obligation whatsoever to bow down to this soft coup attempt. In fact, their pledge to We the People is to defend our Republic against all enemies foreign OR domestic.

        POTUS (the target of the investigation) has to keep his nose clean. And his angst over Sessions recusal is proof he is not privy to the investigation itself.

        Why would they wiretap POTUS in the first place or even consider recording his conversations so late in the game (entrapment), if they already had such proof of his obstruction?

        There will be much gnashing of teeth ahead.

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      • GB Bari says:

        No. Just simply, no (to your assertion about Whitaker and PDJT)

        The AG reports to no one expect POTUS. But that is a matter of the Constitutional organizational chart. It does NOT define the communications that take place between the two offices

        There are untold number of white hats behind the scenes with whom Whitaker is likely working. The USAG does not take daily orders from POTUS. The AG never has, as a matter of policy. The AG is mostly independent and expected to uphold the existing laws of the U.S. including the Constitution itself. He/she doesn’t need daily or even frequent direction from POTUS to do that.

        Of course the two will meet from time to time and review important matters at issue. But that meeting can be conducted so as to exclude/i> issues that would harm the President if he had knowledge thereof. Sundance made that quite clear.

        You are essentially accusing the President of being too vain instead of using his experience, rapidly expanding political knowledge, and street-wise “smarts”. His record shows the exact opposite. He hires who he believes to be superior qualified senior management people to do a job because he seriously dislikes to micromanage anyone.

        If they fail, he fires and replaces them. He expects they know what to do without his giving them step by step directions. This is the only “logic” that can be applied. The logic that follows PDJT’s well-established pattern of behavior and management style.

        I agree with Sundance.

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      • GB Bari says:

        No. Just simply, no (to your assertion about Whitaker and PDJT)

        The AG reports to no one expect POTUS. But that is a matter of the Constitutional organizational chart. It does NOT define the communications that take place between the two offices

        There are untold number of white hats behind the scenes with whom Whitaker is likely working. The USAG does not take daily orders from POTUS. The AG never has, as a matter of policy. The AG is mostly independent and expected to uphold the existing laws of the U.S. including the Constitution itself. He/she doesn’t need daily or even frequent direction from POTUS to do that.

        Of course the two will meet from time to time and review important matters at issue. But that meeting can be conducted so as to exclude issues that would harm the President if he had knowledge thereof. Sundance made that quite clear.

        You are essentially accusing the President of being too vain instead of using his experience, rapidly expanding political knowledge, and street-wise “smarts”. His record shows the exact opposite. He hires who he believes to be superior qualified senior management people to do a job because he seriously dislikes to micromanage anyone.

        If they fail, he fires and replaces them. He expects they know what to do without his giving them step by step directions. This is the only “logic” that can be applied. The logic that follows PDJT’s well-established pattern of behavior and management style.

        I agree with Sundance.

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    • Pedro Morales says:

      Lift the weights, Eat the food, Make the DEMs nuts!

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  2. Howie says:

    Wolfie was let off the hook when he named Warner as his witness.

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  3. 21leelee says:

    Wholly fascinating. The calls for Whitaker to recuse himself will come to nothing, I hope. The Dems used that ploy with Devin Nunes, they got away with it, however this time I want them to squirm. I really do!

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  4. If SD is so concerned with the “damage” Q is doing to the Presidents cause, I have to wonder what this bit of speculation will do. It can not be good if the white knight is breaking the law too.
    Seems to me this is where the President must decide this has gone too far and take bold decisive corrective action.

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      ^^^THIS^^^

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      • USA First! says:

        I agree. Sundance, how is speculating that Mr. Whitaker is a white hat leaker
        ( which is possible) not giving ammo for the other side? Your speculation does more damage than Q. It gives the dems something else to attack him with.

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        • Pedro Morales says:

          1- Q is larp
          2- Do seriously think “we” know this and “they” do not know this?
          3- SD is putting out to “us”, the stuff the deep state/uniparty already knows about.

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    • AZ18 says:

      I’m not understanding why you think Whitaker broke the law?

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      • Leaking classified material is still illegal is it not?

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        • Bill Larsen says:

          I find it a bit telling (and consistent on this site) how no one answered (and in essence placed their heads in the sand again) this.
          But I will give you an angle that could justify the action(s):
          1. The dems have been leaking to minimize damage and thereby spin the narrative on crimes.
          2. Whitaker is merely bringing out the truth, a la Snowden or our friend at Wikileaks. This has been done for public consumption. No spin involved to twist the narrative. There’s a difference.
          3. I would argue that these docs are NOT classified, or at least should not be. I don’t see sources or methods compromised. Those documents should be seen by the people as these crooks work expressly for the people. Screw that statement. The people have a right to know what their government is doing. I’m tired of this shroud of secrecy. It’s just embarrassing to them, not classified.

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        • PS says:

          These were not illegal releases. They were all legal document dumps through .gov postings. The question was WHY were the documents publicly released without an underlying legal reason to do so.

          The hypothesis was to ensure that just enough detail remained in the redacted documents that the public sees the coverup effort in play. This isn’t “trust the plan”, it’s “go around the blockade”.

          But for Whitaker to be effective, he must be independent of the WH. That is why conflating the two is damaging, and helps the Dems call for recusal for bias. Whitaker has already made public statements about the Clinton Foundation, and it’s going to be a fine line if we want to preserve our rule of law.

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          • snellvillebob says:

            Someone’s name had to be on those releases and Rosenstein would have access to those names. If so he most likely told members of the Congressional Crime Cartel who was releasing them.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Strzok Page texts were made on their government issued phones, turned over to IG by Lisa Page
          Warner’s texts IIRC came from Waldman (Steele’s and Oleg Deripaska’s “lawyer”)???
          The FISA was released under FOIA.

          Doesn’t appear he released any classified info.

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          • fabrabbit says:

            Per SD above: “FISA documents are not foia-able…”

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              In another post I used quotes around “released under FOIA” but forgot to include them here.

              When FISA was released the story was it was as result of FOIA requests from Judicial Watch and others
              This never made much sense as FISA is excluded from FOIA.

              JW even claimed credit for it getting released.

              I thought that maybe there was a loophole here. The FISA that was released had the clerk stamp on it/ and dates changed instead of being a “CLEAN FISA” so was the one released actually the EVIDENCE in the James Wolfe case and that’s how they got around the FISA FOIA exclusion?

              (It was a copy of a doctored copy and therefore not the actual FISA)

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              • fabrabbit says:

                Thanks, SD explained this sometime back as I recall, it got very confusing. Still not sure I completely understand it.
                I’m going to have to take a break from CT for a while, comments are getting too conspiratorial for me. I need a reality check, just not to real.

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        • AZ18 says:

          My understanding is he had the security clearance and authority to release the information

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      Q is damaging the President’s cause, yet if you read Q’s drop #2462 on November 9 you would already be aware of the speculation in this article without having it spelled out so explicitly.

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      • I do not need anyone to speculate anything for me. My imagination works fine. All I care about now is some good ol fashion justice!

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Most people were aware something was up with a Vacancies Act appointment of Whitaker by Nov 7.

        Certainly “Q” was was one of them.
        11.11 sure was a monumental day.

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        If you are not familiar, the Q fantasy is no longer accepted.

        Read a few articles previous for the details.

        Thank you.

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        • daizeez says:

          No longer accepted, not because of the information within the posts but because of the idea it may damage the president’s cause. What about this article? Can it not damage the President’s pick of Whitaker as Acting AG?

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      • icehole3 says:

        They want us divided.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I’m looking at Q’s #2462 missive. Dozens of lines of questions mostly about Huber and Horowitz, Dee, which line(s) in particular mention anything at all to do with Whitaker or leaking or any other relevant topic?

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        • covfefe999 says:

          Pardon, there is mention of Whitaker, but nothing substantial, and Q seems to be implying that Whitaker is going to be a problem.

          >Who was SESSIONS‘ CHIEF OF STAFF?
          >What were the responsibilities of WHITAKER?
          >WHAT IS THE ROLE OF A CHIEF OF STAFF?
          >SHADOW PLAYERS ARE THE DEADLIEST [STEALTH]

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        • daizeez says:

          >Who was SESSIONS’ CHIEF OF STAFF?
          >What were the responsibilities of WHITAKER?
          >WHAT IS THE ROLE OF A CHIEF OF STAFF?
          >SHADOW PLAYERS ARE THE DEADLIEST [STEALTH]
          >What is the advantage of having a ‘temp’ (‘acting’) in a leadership position?

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        • Pedro Morales says:

          Q is a larp and you are spreading garbage. Stop it!!!

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      • Pedro Morales says:

        Q is a larp! We need a clean up in aisle 3! Lets keep this Q garbage off here. A lot of good posters were run off CTH because of Q and the 64D chess crowd. The sessions firing/resignation should end Q. If not the election in which he predicted a red wave and secure elections are 2 more nails in the Q coffin. Lets get back to some normalcy and intelligent talk from different angles. Q does not deserve a seat at this table.

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    • Q is BS pure and simple. It is little more than a few crumbs and then the reader gets to fill in all the blank spaces. Nonsense.
      At least sd makes cogent assumptions.
      The point is speculation is playing right up the enemy’s alley.
      I am just tired of reading this tick tock crap day after day.

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      • dbobway says:

        After everything that has happened since last Tuesday,
        The citizens of our country, hoping, by our vote, would somehow continue to deliver virtue, moral clarity and justice back into our government, are losing the one remnant (our vote) we had left to count on.

        The treason of the left has been fully exposed and they are confidently undaunted.
        The retort from our government has been letters and lawsuits,
        sent to the Marxist left’s swamp shredder to be discarded by the compliant media and ignored by 1/3 of our citizenry.

        Our resistance against tyranny has been tolerant in our faith of good over evil.
        Evil is winning and driven us into a corner and we are running out of options.
        “Be patient, everything is going to be OK.” isn’t working anymore!

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        • briwas101 says:

          I don’t know if we are in the “endtimes” but the bible says that things will just get worse and worse, then 3.5 years of peace, and then he’ll on earth.

          I voted for Trump and truly believed that we would drain the swamp, but as the coverups kept piling up and no justice was to be had, I couldn’t help but think that God will not let the swamp be drained.

          If we are in the last age, things will just keep getting worse according to the bible.

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          • dbobway says:

            I tend to let God do his thing and not worry when or where. I believe he has my back either way.
            Right now I’m a human being, who’s living in a country that has been a beacon of civilization for most of my 60+ years. Most of those years the criminal gerrymandering going on amongst the elite has been navigable. Bloated government isn’t efficient, so there is ways around lies and immoral corruption. Ask the Mafia.

            Here’s the rub. We are getting to a point of one sided lawless behavior literally getting away with murder,
            While the other side is being censored, harassed, injured and put in prison for just being the other side.
            The scales of justice has a feather on 1 side and an anvil on the other.
            I will not be part to a totalitarian state in my country.
            How far do we let them denigrate our way of life, before we have to lower our fight to survival of the fittest.
            The longer this goes on the more our people will get hurt.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        It is little more than a few crumbs and then the reader gets to fill in all the blank spaces.

        Exactly. And a thousand different Q followers would come up with 100 different blank space fillers. 🙂 That’s where that medic guy stepped in, to try to “help” people sort out the Q nonsense. I would bet $$$ that Q is medic. I notice that there’s merchandise and lots of donations at stake. Medic complained that YouTube was harming his channel, depriving him money he normally made off of his videos. What a ruse.

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        • arkancided says:

          Don’t be so threatened by those who follow Q. As we can see, you are reading Q as well. No one is threatening conservatives by following Q. They’re all on the same team.
          Be confident in your stance without having to resort to ordering people what to read. You’re sounding like a modern-day liberal. I’m really disappointed in you lately as you are one of the true rock-stars on this site. I’ve come to rely on you for very insightful posts, opinions and great sleuthing for relevant facts. You’re better than this. Moreover, you are inciting those who choose to follow and hope for some good news. At the end of the day, that’s what everyone hopes for. You are dividing your fellow patriot conservatives. And you’re being elitist. Let the Q people be Q people. Stop being so intolerant.

          I would guess that many on this site would shut down Q if they could. If you fit into this category, you are by definition for censorship. Shame on all of you, hypocrites.

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          • yup I am for censorship! Imagine that, an American that see’s value in not allowing ppl to say whatever they feel like without accountability. We have to recognize the ability of media to influence ppl has far outstripped the value of unaccountable free speech.
            Our society has been stolen from us by the purveyors of mass media in all it’s forms.
            This is a moral question and if allowed to continue, will be our downfall.
            I understand it is a dangerous position because it can be used to stifle legitimate speech, but given the protections evil doers are using to subvert our nation, and the world, it is time to recognize we must put constraints on some things in order to maintain civil public discourse. Why is 2drford permitted to say what she did, and media jumps on it and the next thing you know we are talking a serial rapist for SC? All unsubstantiated and clearly false used without accountability.
            Too much freedom can be a very bad thing indeed.

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            • Judith says:

              You are free to present your own reasoned viewpoints to counter those arguments. Or you can simply ignore people you don’t agree with. Don’t mess with our Constitutional Republic.

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      • para59r says:

        It’s like picking lint out of your belly button until a call for action is made. Where is the call? Release FISA information and all supporting docs. Demand it from what Trump supporters in congress and else where there are and lend your morale support to that because you can bet there’s plenty of people in power that are trying to ward Trump from doing just that.

        Why are we attacking the people that are demanding FISA release? We should be encouraging it not fighting it. Sound the call!

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      • Kalbo says:

        Sort of like horoscopes? red into into anything one likes with plenty of plausible deniability.

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      • Pedro Morales says:

        And unfortunately the Q Tips have hijacked this forum yet again. I am perplexed as to why this Q garbage is allowed here despite Sundance’s insistence that Q is a fictional character and a pay grab by con artists. And yet these comments and commentators are allowed to flourish here? Why?

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    • periklees says:

      and btw who would have access to those Mark Warner cellphone screenshots?
      isn’t that be NSA/intel data since highly unlikely came from MW?

      yup, “the lady doth protest too much”

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      He Who Must Not Be Named be like… “I have no name”

      Sundance be like… “Well that right there might be the reason…”

      (2 min)

      But in no manner shall we break the 11th commandment…

      (1 min 40 sec)

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      SECOND NOTICE!

      Getting dangerously close to the Pbpbpbpbpbpbpb moment…

      (1 min 43 sec)

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    • LafnH20 says:

      This is not a dictatorship….

      So NO
      NOT
      ^^^THIS^^^

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  5. Milton says:

    Just like POTUS Whitaker has plausible deniability. He probably saw flaws like the time stamp not being removed but allowed the document to be passed on to others.

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  6. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Great stuff and it makes sense, Sundance. We’ve wondered for months who was leaking this information.

    Couple of questions:

    1. When Sessions brought on Whitaker, did Sessions know he was getting a cleaner? Or was he just ‘advised’ to take on Whitaker and not ask many questions about Whitaker’s role (nominally as Sessions’ COS but really as the cleaner)?

    2. Who helped place Whitaker as Sessions’ COS? Someone(s) would seem to have guided Whitaker into the role, and helped him along the way. Just curious who that may have been.

    All of this reminds of the situation with, I think it was, the NYPD outfit who helped pressure Comey to release or account for the Hillary emails before the election. That is, the white hats made a series of moves leading up to the election to ensure that the black hats’ plot to elect Hillary did not succeed.

    We’ll probably never know the names of some of these heroes. But thank God for them.

    Here’s hoping that the cleaner gets the job done thoroughly. Much as Scaramucci seemed to be a ‘hatchet man’ to clean house in White House, let’s hope Whitaker can do similarly with regards to the DOJ, the FBI and Team Mueller.

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  7. Hutzpa says:

    Amazing drop here Sundance! Some knowledge and wisdom only comes from the Holy Spirit. Clearly, you are able to see from that higher vantage point. So grateful to get your birds eye view, thank you for your obsessive diligence and hard work. God bless and keep you. May His face SHINE upon you and give you peace. Amen.

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  8. Curry Worsham says:

    The Cleaner

    Liked by 25 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      The Big Ugly.

      Liked by 9 people

      • KittyKat says:

        President #46?

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      • KittyKat says:

        Hoping.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Reminds me of a Treehouse comment by a woman Treeper disgusted probably with that photo of Susan Rice, Samantha Power, and another adoring female all gathered around Te Won and gazing earnestly, awaiting his decision on some matter, waiting for a word from on high from the magic mulatto.

        Disgusted Female Treeper:
        “Where are the goddamn MEN in this administration?”

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        • KittyKat says:

          LOL

          Liked by 1 person

        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Yep. We could well say that here in Germany, too… 😦

          Liked by 2 people

        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Always thought the same thing…..

          Liked by 1 person

        • snellvillebob says:

          The DNC was dominated by women under Hillary. Donna Brazile, Debbie Schultz, Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein with assistance from Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills. And then there was the girly boy combo of Schumer and Schiff. This was to make sure no upstart would upset Hillary’s ambitions like obama did in 2008. If Hillary did not totally own all 27% of the DNC delegates, Bernie might have won.

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        • highdezertgator says:

          The left is all about “feelings” “the community” “the village” …. facts aren’t feelings, therefor cannot be true! Post modern Marxist feminism and their neutered Barkys of the world… Rush calls them “feminazis”.
          CS Watson expresses the Progressive Left Jurisprudence philosophy (community)(feelings) They feel therefor recusal is required because “they feel”…
          “There is a residual incoherence to progressivism as legal theory. It alternates between two poles. On the one hand, it expresses the desire to make decisions that are legitimate in the eyes of the community—ones that respond to something like the “felt necessities” of the age. On the other, it seeks to make decisions that counter what it claims is illegitimate majority will. Neither pole is rooted in constitutional text, tradition, logic, or structure, but rather in the judge’s view of just what necessities are most deeply felt, most in accord with social growth, and therefore most compatible with the dictates of History.” CS Watson

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        • The Tundra PA says:

          I think this is the image you mean; I couldn’t remember a 3rd woman in the photo:

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    • arkancided says:

      Was he a LB? That’s a LB number, 46 but he’s tall and really big…looks more like a lineman. Combined with the NCAA wrestling champ as the next minority speaker of the house, team Trump is starting to shape out.

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  9. Howie says:

    And Rosey is twisting. Twisting in the wind. He is no longer ‘the decider’. Senators are twisting in the wind right alongdide of him. Hooked up. Hope this one does not pull hook like the rest.

    Liked by 21 people

    • Trumpstumper says:

      Lord, set the howie hook if it is your will.
      Signs help us doubters so much, even your disciple Thomas…

      Liked by 4 people

    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      The Dems are freaking out…..not only the Dems….all of them are freaking out

      All their plans…..all their schemes…..If Mueller was smart, he”d pack up and say “nothing to sees here”

      But the point is: “Start the arrests”…..Nuke them all so they will never ever try this crap again.

      Burn it down…….even if it means the entire DOJ…….Burn it all down and:

      Start over…..Start over “Clean”

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      • icehole3 says:

        This

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      • jmgreenwell says:

        Gunny, I keep wondering about the many election thefts going on. Not just FL, GA and AZ but throughout CA and other states. The Dems know they need the additional power and if the SHTF this week with intel releases before these recounts happen , we start down a path of which Dems will either be indicted or forced to resign, which, I believe, may tilt even more Senate and House votes to the Rs.

        Then watch the total freak out level go off the charts followed by either a False Flag or another shooting.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        Unequivocally AGREE, Gunny

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Depends, doesn’t it, on whether or not the folks under RR are still feeding him stuff or NOT feeding Whitaker what should be fed him.

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  10. Curry Worsham says:

    “There are no white hats…”

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  11. Laurie Churchill says:

    Deeply grateful for your opinion. If not Whittaker then who?

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    • formercrookcountyresident says:

      That’s exactly what I said when then-candidate Trump came down the escalator and said he was not taking any special interest money = not sold out to anyone on the planet! (including the Deep State)

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  12. Dennis Leonard says:

    Sundance,I just found this and need to know if true.I think it is a lie by cnn
    where I found it,I know this off topic ,but would get lost in the POTUS page,Thanks

    “and a decision by the United States to allow some countries to keep buying Iranian crude oil following the reintroduction of sanctions have hit market sentiment.”

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  13. smiley says:

    uh oh…you said it…you said the Q word

    Liked by 3 people

    • benifranlkin says:

      That there is one mountain of a man.

      Liked by 19 people

      • Ben-just thinking the same thing. Matt really does inspire confidence.

        Liked by 4 people

        • briwas101 says:

          “Matt really does inspire confidence”
          99% of Trump supporters on Twitter felt the same way about Sessions. How did that turn out?

          The deepstate expects us to trust the “heros” that they invent for us. We root for them and give them 2 years and they do nothing and we move on to the next “hero”

          Sessions was a “hero”

          Mueller was even a “secret hero” to mentally-challenged among us

          Horowitz was/is a hero.

          Huber was/is a hero.

          We sit around and wait for years for our heroes to put on their superhero outfit and start fighting crime but it never happens.

          Be cautiously optimistic about Whitaker, but people really need to stop believing in false idols

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          • Judith says:

            Sessions actually did not turn out so badly for us. He merely delegated those jobs which he could not legally handle himself.

            Session’s recusal actually provided cover for a “covert” team of white hats within DOJ to get busy, while the swamp rats, feeling emboldened by recusal, left all kinds of breadcrumbs in their wake.

            With Sessions “the recused” now riding into the sunset, it is time for “the cleaner” to emerge to drain the swamp.

            Works for me!

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            • briwas101 says:

              You are saying things that didn’t happen, trying to combine Qanon theories with drawandstrike’s “Mueller is ourguy” theory.

              While Sessions was AG, almost nothing was done. The “investigations” by Sessions were as fake as Comey’s investigation of Hillary.

              Sessions wasn’t secretly running a secret op where he did all the work and he hands it off at the finish line to someone else.

              That was all make-believe fantasy by people who were too invested in Sessions to admit they were wrong.

              The only progress that has been made is with the OIG reports, but even those get whitewashed. Other than the OIG reports we are just as far away from justice as we were on election night 2016.

              You’ve overdosed on white hat hero theories for 2 years and you’re not ready to give that up, so you’re still seeing every thing through rose-colored glasses that Sessions was hard at work. He wasn’t. Deal with it

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              • RJones says:

                One thing is for sure…someone is right. Hard to see how both SD and Jeff@markets can both be right…

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              • Judith says:

                That’s not what I was trying to say. I
                don’t even follow Q. Sessions was probably inept at best. I don’t know if it was his strategy to
                recuse or not. Probably was talked into it by swamp.

                What I’m saying is that, in the end, it all worked out regardless, because Whitaker and others were there to pick up the slack, and the swamp got sloppy. Because of Sessions they assumed they had the upper hand. They didn’t. That’s all. And Sessions did some cleaning up in other areas.

                Only rose colored glasses here is for POTUS to take these slimeballs down. POTUS has no choice or they will destroy him, and Whitaker is his man of the moment.

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      • icehole3 says:

        Would love to see him looking Comey eye to eye.

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      • Lefty says:

        Absolute Unit

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      • Tl Howard says:

        He and our Secretary of State would make 2/5ths of a very impressive offensive line. I worry about Pompeo, though: he needs to remove some of that weight.

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    • Serena says:

      Wow! He is a mountain of a man. Sigh……………(-:

      Liked by 10 people

    • Goddamn, he could take on an army all by himself. He’s like the anti-left, as in the opposite of everything that typifies a leftist physically.

      Liked by 1 person

      • dawg says:

        Please refrain from using that word. This country is God-blessed, and if it weren’t, it would have gone under a long time ago.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Just a figure of speech friend, take it easy

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          • dawg says:

            Using the Lords name in vain is more than just a figure of speech. You can use any figure of speech you want, but don’t curse the Lord.

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            • You’re entitled to your opinion, I meant no harm. Free speech country and all. Have a nice day.

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            • oldschool says:

              A million agrees dawg. It is THE worst offense to a Christian and folks that won’t respect that will never understand how our Republic came about. We do not deserve HIS intervention, but beg His forgiveness and mercy.

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              • briwas101 says:

                With all the evil in America, and all the evil that our government and media exports around the world, America honestly deserves all the bad things that happen .

                I want God to protect us and rescue us, but in your heart of hearts can you honestly say we deserve it?

                A nation is not its land or its laws, it’s the people.

                Can you really look at this nation and say that we, as a people, don’t deserve a great downfall?

                Maybe God will protect some of us while the rest burns to the ground, but that may be the best that we get

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                • Lindenlee says:

                  Yes, we deserve His wrath, because he took a great legacy of righteousness and squandered it. But, I just ask for His mercy, as even with Elijah, He had reserved to Himself 7000 who had not bowed their knee to Baal.

                  There are far more than that, praying, waiting, weeping, hoping… I often wonder how many it will take for Him to step in boldly. At this point, I only have a little faith left, very little.

                  So we will see. I am pretty cynical.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

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  14. GaBoy says:

    Question: Why didn’t Sessions initially resign rather than just recuse himself?

    Liked by 1 person

    • benifranlkin says:

      He wanted to be AG, castrated or not.

      Liked by 5 people

    • MightyMustardSeed says:

      Ga Boy, exactly, assuming he had integrity, and the Country’s best interests in mind. He would have been well aware of the jeopardy President Trump was facing.

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    • AZ18 says:

      He offered his resignation and it was declined.

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    • Sessions is out, and who steps in, albeit in a different role, to take up misdirecting the Pres? Think L Graham.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Linda K. says:

        Graham is totally capable of doing a two step. His years with McCain show us that much. I think you are right about him.

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      • Lindenlee says:

        Please, no. He has many years of track record in betrayal behind him, and only a short period of redemption. Needs testing. Devious as hell.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        I don’t think Pres Trump is as easily misdirected as he was as an inexperienced candidate. He has shown himself to be a quick study. No doubt he appreciates some of Graham’s work of late but I don’t think he has forgotten the past.

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    • Trumpstumper says:

      Rope is good.
      Everybody needs more rope.

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      • G. Combs says:

        Yes, the President Trump/AG Sessions kabuki theater kept the DemonRat prey calm while evidence was gathered.

        Now the Hammer is going to fall.

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        • briwas101 says:

          How, after all this time, are you still subscribing to the StealthJeff @drawandstrike theory that Trump and Sessions were only pretending to be at odds?

          How does every thing in the last 2 years happen, and your conclusion is: sessions is a good guy who Trump only pretended to be mad at

          Seriously. How does a person remain so ignorant of reality?

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          • Judith says:

            Is that what Combs said? I’m not reading it that way. Forget the black / white hats for a moment. That is all conjecture.

            *Somebody* at DOJ was busy behind the scenes throwing sunlight on the swamp. Sundance thinks it was Whitaker, who was hired by Sessions last year.

            Sessions was passive and he let POTUS choose when to cut him loose. Meantime Whitaker is now poised to take over as AAG. Given the midterm election steal, it is perfect timing to commence the swamp draining.

            The part about kabuki theatre can be taken different ways. I believe POTUS was truly frustrated with Sessions and neither were privy to a “plan.” And that is what emboldened the swamp.

            They was focused on the right hook and they didn’t notice the left. Not necessarily by design, but that is how it all unfolded IMO.

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    • Mountainaire says:

      Money, especially all those civil asset forfeitures. Dirt on everyone in DC. He’ll move on to a lobbying firm, probably a CIA front.

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    • Conservativeinny says:

      He offered his resignation, the President declined

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    • Judith says:

      Sessions was neutered early on. He was advised by swamp critters that he *must* recuse due to his connection to the presidential campaign, as an early and vocal supporter of POTUS.

      Session’s recusal, and the President’s subsequent frustration with him, underscores both POTUS and Sessions *separation* from the (fake) Russia investigation as it unfolded.

      The swamp, emboldened by Sessions recusal, dug itself in deeper, leaving clues behind for detectives like Sundance to chew on. Maybe Whitaker is a treeper! (They haven’t outlawed reading CTH yet).

      The left is apoplectic now because someone who, obviously, has been paying *very* close attention, is now in charge of Rosey and the whole shebang! And that someone had no role in the presidential campaign, so he is good to go!

      Let’s ROLL!

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    • briwas101 says:

      As soon as Sessions was confirmed, part of the trap was already set. The deepstate republicans in the Senate would not confirm a new AG, so Trump would mostly be stuck with Obama holdovers.

      Also Trump has an ego (please don’t deny it, people) and his ego would be bruised by setting the record for fastest firing of a cabinet member.

      At the time, the media was still trying to paint him as so incompetent that he can’t even put together a functional administration (which they were not wrong about…)

      Sessions was a deepstate trap that Trump wasn’t prepared for. It threw a wrench in everything

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    • Judith says:

      Perhaps the “silent executioner” in fact laid a
      Trap. He wanted to remain charge, while legally delegating the dirty work to others, so that *they* could carry out *their* mission to drain the swamp, unimpeded.

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  15. Trump's Hammer says:

    Thank you SD. Whitaker confirmed to be /ourguy/

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  16. benifranlkin says:

    Run Silent Run Deep……..this is war. Welcome aboard Whitaker.

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  17. Roger duroid says:

    Obese Nadler is saying that Whitaker will be first person he asks to appear before the house judiciary investigation in January. Nadler going to get nothing but “sorry, I can’t answer due to the sensitivity of the ongoing DOJ investigation”. Same stall comey gave on every question.

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  18. Genie says:

    Imagine Shifty questioning Whitaker about all the bread crumbs and the mainstream media finally connecting with it. Doh!

    Liked by 7 people

  19. Pyrthroes says:

    Yes, by God– Holmes’ “dog that didn’t bark” has merely growled. Let’s hope that Trump appreciates Whitaker’s sanguinary defense against Rats’ Brennan-Clapper-Comey axis with its libelous Steele dossier, spurious FISA warrants, ineffably seditious Mueller probe.

    Who knows… if Msgr. Whitaker indeed did spill these beans, expecting eagle-eyed observers such as CTH to “connect-the-dots”, mayhap his “media savvy” extends to online sources as well as tom-fool media outlets.

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    • Jeff P. says:

      I have 2 of those non barking dogs. English Bulldogs. Best breed ever. Man, when my male decides to let loose it sounds like a Cannon booming though:)

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  20. Mark L. says:

    I don’t seem to remember anyone mentioning when Mr. Whitaker was brought in to the DOJ by Sessions. May have missed it. On this point, my observations of POTUS are that he is a voracious consumer of detailed information. Yes, plausible deniability on information needs to be upheld, but in my option Mr. Trump is quit aware of what is going down.
    Sundance, you are adapt at connecting the dots and putting convoluted information into a coherent story. What a way to start the day.

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  21. Our Father in heaven,
    You are our judge, our lawgiver, our king. Righteousness and justice are the foundation of Your throne. Your kingdom, come to the United States government! Through the blood of the Son, we call each branch of our government to eternal order. Your will, be done! Justice, come now! Amen.

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  22. Pat Frederick says:

    I hear the Dems screaming about recusal early this morning on the news…but I do not think Whitaker looks like someone who can be intimidated easily…and all for what? having an opinion about Mueller…you can’t be in DC and NOT have an opinion about Mueller imo.

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    • Sessions recused because HE WAS “PART” OF TRUMP’S CAMPAIGN. Whitaker had nothing to do with it hence, he does not need to recuse.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Suzanne says:

      Upon being told that he must recuse for having voiced his opinions his immediate response should be that he will if RBG recuses herself from any/all cases involving anything to do with the Trump administration

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Agree,” Whitaker ..not intimidated”. Also after the past actions of the DNC/MSM created crisis that failed and exposed against Judge Kavanaugh and his family along with the current ballot stuffing finally getting attention. Something most all of the mentally stable of the USA knew was being covered up.

      IMO, the DNC, MSM and Gope have lost any and all credibility. They will cry, jump up and down, air more made up operas, but it no longer matters. The game is over as they are now completely naked. The names and real law enforcement, which has been lacking for more than thirty years, is moving to center stage.

      This country and the folks are once again at the correct time Blessed from above aided by many honest folks that no longer will pass this evil mess on to the future generations.

      Pray for all the honest truth seekers, their time is now. God Bless Sundance you are a gift!

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  23. jakeandcrew says:

    Mr. Schumer said he and Ms. Pelosi, along with other Democrats, were sending a letter to the top ethics officer at the Justice Department, asking whether he had advised Mr. Whitaker to withdraw. The department’s ethics official had advised Mr. Sessions to withdraw from overseeing the investigation shortly after he took office last year, given his role in the Trump campaign, and Mr. Trump never forgave Mr. Sessions for stepping aside.

    “top ethics officer at the Justice Department” – Schumer and Pelosi probably know good and well what this “ethics officer” will do.

    “Ethics officer” – how does one qualify for that position, I wonder? How can a citizen be assured that this unelected “ethics officer” is ethical? The Democrats have invested such power in this “ethics officer’s” opinion, I think we need to know more about him or her.

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    • jakeandcrew says:

      “There are six things which the LORD hates,
      Yes, seven which are an abomination to Him:
      Haughty eyes, a lying tongue,
      And hands that shed innocent blood,
      A heart that devises wicked plans,
      Feet that run rapidly to evil,
      A false witness who utters lies,
      And one who spreads strife among brothers.”
      Proverbs 6:16-19

      This might as well be the Democratic Platform.

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    • jakeandcrew says:

      https://www.lawfareblog.com/has-whitaker-sought-ethics-advice-his-involvement-mueller-investigation-inquiring-minds-want-know

      Benjamin Wittes again…

      Yesterday, we submitted several FOIA requests to the Department Ethics Office, the Professional Responsibility Advisory Office and Office of the Attorney General seeking confirmation as to whether Whitaker has at any point asked for or received guidance regarding ethical or legal concerns arising from his possible involvement with the Mueller investigation. In addition, we requested any internal communications in which Whitaker commented on the Mueller investigation or Sessions’s own recusal decision, both of which may shed light on his views regarding his own ethical and legal obligations. And we asked for any documents providing clarification as to how certain key conflict of interest regulations apply in practice to the attorney general.

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      • Anyone know anything about the top ethics officer ?

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      • periklees says:

        lawfare blogger=comey’s defense counsel…. so there you have confirmation that they are genuinely concerned about Whitaker. Answer: you can’t bet 1000% DoJ did an ethics scrub on Whitaker before moving him in as AAG.

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        • steph_gray says:

          I think you meant “can”?

          I think he’s clean as well. They are likely out there right now advertising on Craig’s list for a few female fake accusers.

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      • Paprika says:

        Hey lawfare and Democrat howlers, got a question for you.

        Did you use FOIA to see if Comey, Mueller, Rosenstein, McCabe, and a host of others(including the 13-17 angry democrats on Muellor’s team) contacted or received guidance from the same departments? And how about an FOIA to see if these people in the same DEO, PRAO, and OAG department examined themselves for for ethical or legal concerning their own involvement, conflict, and/or bias?

        Nope, i did not think so! Funny that, eh?

        And hey there all you Democrats wanting to investigate and impeach President Trump, I suppose you will be recusing yourself from any votes in these matters as you have all made public statements against President trump in the past 3 years. How about obeying your own rules for a change? Nope, did not think so in this case either!

        Kindly know that we American Patriots have been pushed far enough and we will not be recusing from the battle any longer! Keep it up and you might find that we will “revoke our consent” to be governed by the corrupt, the incompetent, and those that would harm our country. May God have mercy on your souls!

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      • mikeyboo says:

        This will come to nothing. It is Kabuki theater from Democrat politicians for their ignorant base.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      “Ethics officer” – how does one qualify for that position, I wonder? How can a citizen be assured that this unelected “ethics officer” is ethical?
      ————————————————————-
      I believe they have training for that. You know, kind of like the classes they have to take to learn now to not rape and harass women. I’m sure there’s a plaque on a wall somewhere, proving he’s ethical, and the date he was deemed so.

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    • Dave says:

      If the House had its own “ethics officer”, there wouldn’t be any dems left in it!

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    • The Demon Rats haven’t even officially taken office, and they’re already making power plays big time. Meanwhile, the dopey Repubs can’t figure out how to make every minute count during the time they have left controlling the House!

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Democrats, “ethics officer”????

      Clue, him/her, missed Kavanaugh, Comey, RR, FISA on and on. On a clown gives a rats….or a conflicted not normal Democrat. That be everyone of’em.

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  24. Heh. I tweeted this 3 days ago. Great minds think alike, and Sundance’s is 100x greater than mine.

    It can't be an accident that the new head of the dirty DOJ looks like Mr. Clean.I mean… pic.twitter.com/zurlE7anK2— 🔴 Annie (@bloodless_coup) November 9, 2018

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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  25. DeAnna Vaughn says:

    Whitaker even looks like Mr. Clean! LOL! Go get ’em!

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  26. notfaded1 says:

    Let’s all pray the swamp can’t stop the truth coming into the light of sunshine shining down on all of this! Go Matt go! Reveal all the corrupt swamp creatures that have infected our country once in for all. Take no prisoners it’s time for the covers to come off. It’s time to rip the band-aid off!

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  27. Citizen 817 says:

    Astute analysis as always, Sundance. Assuming this theory is correct… let’s hope “the cleaner” steers the forthcoming IG report (FISA abuse) to expose the “small group” into uncharted territory, ie Sunlight. Breaking up Mueller’s party (with 17 angry demorats) would be an added bonus.

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  28. quintrillion says:

    This could mean that Jeff Sessions is a white hat and was running interference for this man since October 2017? Making up for the recusal.

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  29. lloydh6494w says:

    Apparently his nickname is “The Hammer” which sounds very promising!

    I like that better than cleaner

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  30. Milton says:

    The analysis by Sundance is spot on. However, I think Whitaker is the “cleaner” for the DOJ. He knows where all the anti Trump staff is located. His job should be to get rid of them, so they don’t continue sniping at the new AG. Once this task is done the “closer” can be appointed. The closer will have to be someone with a high level of gravitas. This personality skill is needed to deal with the prima donnas in the Congress. So far I have not seen anyone who meets this criteria.

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  31. tuskyou says:

    Neon Revolt began calling Whitaker Mr. Clean on Nov 8th–
    He certainly has the look!

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  32. Joe S says:

    Great piece!

    And the part of this is that Whitaker knows so-so-so-so much more. I hope he is able to release it.

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  33. SamlAdams says:

    “Well, Representative Schiff, before I answer the question, let me point out that I crap bigger than you”

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  34. TAS says:

    President Trumps appointment of Whitaker was his counter punch after the elections. (which the Dems played very well). They took over the House by any means necessary (lies/cheating) and they would have taken the Senate too (again lies/cheating) if not for our President working his ass off to save it. If Whitaker is the AG we’ve been needing, stopping the Dems/Uniparty may be possible. It will not be easy, as Sundance said, the next two years will be hell for all. Whitaker will give us the means to fight back. We will know soon, it will not take long to find out if things are about to get UGLY!

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    • NJMAGA says:

      We have to face the fact that the GOP are complicit in boxing in Trump, stopping the MAGA agenda, protecting deep state criminals and helping to strengthen the Russia hoax. And that was all while we had full control of the government. I don’t think they counted on Trump working his ass off to keep the Senate. I just hope that Whitaker can start uncovering a tsunami of corruption that they won’t be able to stop.

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  35. Kent says:

    QE1 had Walsingham…….

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  36. ZurichMike says:

    I am struggling with the fact that there may have been an “unofficial release” of documents — isn’t that a crime?

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      From the thread above:
      “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.”

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Yes, I read them. Nice explanation as to why it’s OK for the kid to take cookies from the cookie jar when mom and dad told him. But it doesn’t answer the question: if the laws and rules apply equally to all, under what legal or court analysis is an “official release” legal?

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        • Pat Frederick says:

          I thought it was more like the Babysitter took the cookie, not the kid.
          Whitaker is not just some staff member–he was the Chief of Staff–so he had perhaps more standing to release certain info without retribution.
          I’m more curious about WHO these documents were released TO…I know they got out in the public but the path was Whitaker to ??

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        • tav144 says:

          Remember that Whitaker was on the “leak” team investigation. He can easily justify leaks that he authorizes as part of that team because of the investigation aspect. All of the leaks he made were arguably in furtherance of the investigation.

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    • periklees says:

      looks to me like those cell screen shots are not court filings or documents that could be obtained under FOIA, more like confidential evidence of a pending criminal investigation… leak investigation? NSA data?

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    • The Tundra PA says:

      Question for you ZM, from a lawyer’s knowledge base. Would Sessions’ recusal automatically cover his Chief of Staff as well? If Sessions was behind a Chinese Wall, would Whitaker, as long as he was COS, be there also? If so, he would clearly no longer be. Just wondering how much info he was privy to while COS to Sessions.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Session was on Trump’s campaign, Whitaker was not.

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        • The Tundra PA says:

          I understand that. That is not what I am asking. As COS, Whitaker was subordinate to Sessions. When Sessions recused, would his COS–whoever it might be–also be limited by the recusal? Or, like the Assistant AG Rosenstein, would the COS have full access to info that Sessions would not be allowed to see?

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          • ZurichMike says:

            Fair point — don’t know, really, but I would guess that the AAG, if given information about the “muh Russia” case, did not share the info (or was instructed not to). Anyone else have insight into this? Fascinating question . . . .

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  37. patsfaninpittsburgh says:

    Does anyone actually know if Sessions hired Whitaker? I mean like really hired him?

    If he did, this would be the biggest sting operation in history.

    Sessions could have easily agreed to recuse and let the deep state operate in seeming comfort and impunity all the while Mr Clean is in the best position possible to monitor everything happening.

    Furthermore, based on his back round….nobody seems to know more about Clinton corruption than Beastmode. It’s not like he’ll need a period to get up to speed.

    My question is did the deep state just get completely blindsided? Nobody in the deep state anticipated this?

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  38. cny3 says:

    Sundance: You day that the person who released the Warner texts (as well as all the other info) would have to be someone high up who would have access to it, but not fear releasing it. Is that because he is a “whistleblower” of sorts and would not suffer consequences for his actions? Thanks.

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  39. RAC says:

    Recuse ! Recuse ! Recuse ! Recuse ! Recuse !

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  40. f.fernandez says:

    The Left silent on Rosenstein’s failure to recuse yet call for someone who has expressed an opinion to recuse. If that’s the case then Adam Schifforbrains, Pelosi, Schumer, etc……….ALL must recuse from investigating Trump.

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  41. Dave says:

    Thank you Sundance! Your brilliant take on this, using logic and common sense, has begun the week for us on a high note! Assuming our enemies haven’t also figured this out independently, they will read this conclusion as it will most likely go viral, IMHO. Does this give them more incentive to want BigMatt removed as AAG?

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  42. Firing Sessions literally within 24 hours of the polls closing caught the left off-guard. You saw Nelson and Gillum circle around from conceding (or nearly conceding) to suddenly an aggressive adversarial posture and then all these “extra” Dem ballots are suddenly appearing all over the place. It’s like a switch was flipped. No way it’s a coincidence.

    Of course the left wanted to steal the Senate majority if they could and barring that, keep the majority slim so Romney, Sasse and Murkowski could ensure a pliable AG would be installed. But once Whitaker got put in it went from a deliberate and carefully planned effort to panic panic panic.

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    • NJMAGA says:

      Trump tweets about Obama and Oprah not having an effect. And then Obama’s Perkins Coie lawyer dispatched to FL immediately. That wasn’t Nelson’s doing. And let’s not forget Ginsburgs fall. Panic for sure.

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    • Ivehadit says:

      Does that mean we get the double benefit of the voting corruption being exposed now vs. too late in 2020?

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      • It is being exposed now in part thanks to panic causing the perps to make mistakes. Whether justice gets served is another matter. Just have to wait and see. But it’s looking a lot better with a real law man in the AG slot. Section 11, Voting Rights Act of 1965 indictments could be in play.

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  43. Ivehadit says:

    Remember who lurks here…and I mean that in a positive way.
    You are the best, Sundance.

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  44. VV says:

    Wasn’t FISA released as FOIA from judicial watch?

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    • sundance says:

      No, yet that was the vehicle.

      At the time, both the NYT and Judicial Watch were in the process of suing the DOJ to get the FISA application. However, documents related to the FISC are not foia-able and their objective was essentially futile.

      However, you are correct in that their two FOIA request became the vehicle for release.

      The odd aspect rises from the traditional denial, which was expected – to the unexpected fulfillment.

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      • The Tundra PA says:

        Sundance, I have the same question for you that I asked Zurich Mike above (which he may not see embedded in 6 pages of comments): Would Sessions’ recusal automatically cover his Chief of Staff as well? If Sessions was behind a Chinese Wall, would Whitaker, as long as he was COS, be there also? If so, he would clearly no longer be. Just wondering how much info he was privy to while COS to Sessions.

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        • mikeyboo says:

          The enemy is not claiming that Whitaker must recuse because of his role as Session’ chief of staff. They are saying he must recuse because of his publicly expressed (negative) opinion as to the Mueller probe.

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          • jello333 says:

            So if the guy has a NEGATIVE opinion about the witch hunt, he can’t be the AG… right? He must have either a POSITIVE opinion (preferred choice), or be NEUTRAL about it. Of course I doubt there’s ANYONE in the DOJ who’s neutral, so…

            Anyway, yeah, that’s what Whitaker or anyone supporting him should say: OF COURSE I have an opinion… show me anyone who DOESN’T.

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          • Judith says:

            They are full of crap. As if they don’t have an opinion in this matter either? Look at the Strok/Page text messages implicating so many in the Russia scheme, for starters.

            AAG can and should absolutely look into this matter without further restraint. Just like Rosenstein and Mueller.

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          • The Tundra PA says:

            I understand that. I simply wonder if his access to information while COS was limited by Sessions’ recusal.

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      I know you can’t trust ANYTHING you read any longer, but I do recall reading in several places that FISA isn’t subject to FOIA requests. When that was brought up at the time of the FISA release, it seemed to be glossed over. What I wonder more about is why the Deep State allowed Whitaker to continue in place knowing he had done the release, and other things. They’d go after a sitting President but not an assistant to Jeff Sessions? They’d muzzle Sessions but not his assistant Whitaker? These guys don’t strike me as Keystone Cops.

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      • Milton says:

        I think Whitaker was placed in the DOJ by the lawyers in the Office of the President. His role was to be their “eyes and ears” inside of Justice. He would bring them whatever document he came across or was given. It was the Office of the President who reviewed the documents. As Sessions’ Chief of Staff I doubt he would not have received any Russiagate documents from Session since he was recused and all Russiagate material went directly to DAG Rosenstein. So how did Whitaker get these documents?

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      • Aubergine says:

        I don’t think they knew about him.

        Until now, of course. 😦

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  45. Bryan Alexander says:

    Losing the House meant losing Devin Nunes as Chairman of the Committee investigating the coup. Trump’s first move was to put Whittaker in as temporary AG. Presumably, Whittaker was vetted enough, and the applicable laws looked at closely enough, that Whittaker is good to go as temporary AG. If, repeat — IF —, Whittaker is solid as acting AG, this is a MONUMENTAL move by Trump.

    Whittaker would have to be confirmed by the Senate to be the permanent AG. That will NOT happen. There are still too many swampers/anti-Trumpers in the GOP that would not confirm him.

    However, if Sundance’s theory and analysis is correct; Whittaker WILL BE the acting AG until a replacement is approved by the Senate. Trump can take his time and nominate as hard-line of an AG as he wants. As long as the Senate keeps rejecting nominees, Whittaker will still be in charge.

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    • Amy1212 says:

      Agree. No lame duck for PDJT.

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    • icehole3 says:

      Nunes’ job was complete. Grassley’s at the plate now.

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      • briwas101 says:

        Nunes’ job was complete insofar as he could not continue without Trump cooperating and releasing FISA (which he did not do) and having a DOJ that would cooperate with requests (which he also did not do).

        Nunes was only done because Trump was unwilling to take the next steps, and now that Trump *may* be willing to, he loses the House.

        Nunes put his neck out for Trump and it didn’t produce results for either party. If I were Nunes I would be mad at Trump.

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        • Judith says:

          The Russia investigation has no teeth. What they needed was a misstep by POTUS that could be construed as obstruction, and “unredacting” fell right into that trap. Any direct action POTUS took to “impede” the investigation would put him in peril. He didn’t take the bait so he’s safe.

          Russia is dead in the water now. All eyes on that new radicalized AG coming to NY in January. She will start all kinds of trouble and go after his kids.

          So POTUS will drain that swamp as if his life depends on it, before she takes office. Just watch.

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    • KittyKat says:

      “Trump can take his time and nominate as hard-line of an AG as he wants”

      According to Mark Levin on the radio, the statute says that the temporary person can remain in place for 200 plus some odd days.

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      • G. Combs says:

        210 days
        BUT I heard it renews as long as there is an UNCONFIRMED NOMINEE. 😋

        If that is true then President Trump has them by the short and curlies. 🤣

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        • steph_gray says:

          I heard it renews only once. Therefore the total is 420 days or about 1 year and 2 months.

          That’s a whole lot of Trump Time.

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        • Ristvan says:

          Correct.
          5USC3346 lays out the details.
          5USC3345(a)(2) lays out why the acting appointment is legal.
          And 28CFR45(2) lays out why there is NO grounds for recusal.

          Dems can howl all they want, but Trump’s acting appointment of a hatchetman is a masterstroke. Whitacker gets IG Horowitz FISA report out unvarnished in next few months and it is GAME ON!

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  46. Deplorable_Infidel says:

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

    Besides a human? The Holy Ghost.

    (Verses 4 & 5 are included for context)

    1Corinthians 13:4  Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, 
    1Co 13:5  Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; 
    1Co 13:6  Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; 

    2Corinthians 13:5  Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates? 
    2Co 13:6  But I trust that ye shall know that we are not reprobates. 
    2Co 13:7  Now I pray to God that ye do no evil; not that we should appear approved, but that ye should do that which is honest, though we be as reprobates. 
    2Co 13:8  For we can do nothing against the truth, but for the truth. 

    Ephesians 4:23  And be renewed in the spirit of your mind; 
    Eph 4:24  And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness. 
    Eph 4:25  Wherefore putting away lying, speak every man truth with his neighbour: for we are members one of another.

    Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

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  47. Redacted says:

    Who is “Sundance”? Is he Matt Whitaker?

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  48. butch cassidy says:

    I thought I G Horowitz was releasing a lot of this? I guess Trump doesn’t have leverage over RR based on this analysis. At this point I really don’t care who is doing what, It’s time for the country to see the nefarious acts that have been perpetrated on them by the dems and it’s time for people to start paying the price.Elections are being stolen and the dems are loaded for bear. Now is the time to expose it all, no more excuses, no more elections.The time for being patient is over.

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