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. jeans2nd says:

    Really glad you added Sen Grassley at the end.

    Having been reared by one of these Iowa guys (over 50 years of also being my best friend), every thought reading this was, since Sessions was recused eventually, Whitaker would not have continued on his own.
    One may pooh-pooh that, but I know these Iowa guys. They just do not go where they know they should not go.

    But a highly respected older Iowa man would have reasons why something was ok.
    Which, in my mind, reaffirms your hypothesis.
    Guess one needs to know the Iowa mind to understand. (and i do understand the Iowa mind)

    Thanks for the explainer, very much appreciated, and well done.

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  2. periclees says:

    PDJT chess move: You want Whitaker removed/recused? Then confirm my new AG nominee [Ghost of Roy Cohn] ASAP

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  3. Pat Frederick says:

    So does anyone know/remember WHO these documents were released to? How did the Strzok/Page texts and the rest of the aforementioned documents find their way into the public eye? I remember seeing they were released but cannot remember who (news outlet?) had them first?

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  4. Bogeyfree says:

    Personally I want Whitaker to say something like…..

    There will never be a recusal AND I will be moving forward with indictments soon as many crimes to conspire and take down a sitting President have occurred and my job is to prosecute all of those who participated, inside and outside of government, period!

    How about we just use the KISS principle. There were crimes committed with clear evidence. He’s the AG now, so how about the direct approach to uphold the laws of this land and we start by indicting people vs all of this counter measure, leverage, mumbo jumble.

    It is time for action IMO.

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  5. jack says:

    Sundance

    Is it wise to point to Whitaker as the “leaker” or person who “released” this stuff to help us out. Can’t this info be used against Whitaker.

    Your motive is to help Trump and to get at the Truth of what the heck is going on, but, … can you putting 2 plus 2 together like you did in your post come back to “bite” Whitaker? I don’t know, but did you think about what effect it could have?

    Maybe you did, I don’t know.

    Am I the only one who sees this could hurt Whitaker? I mean if he did what you said, he is exposing the corruption, and we have someone in the DOJ that is helping us, “behind the scenes” , … and leaving “breadcrumbs”.

    You can delete this post, if you think it’s not helpful, and this thread … if you think it might be good to do.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Why are you using the term “leak”? Right off the top of my head I know the FISA warrant application was an official release by the DOJ, it wasn’t leaked to the public. Sundance points out that someone made the decision to not redact the clerk’s stamp, that’s not leaking either.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I have to correct myself. The release of the Warner text messages was a leak. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democratic-sen-mark-warner-texted-with-russian-oligarch-lobbyist-in-effort-to-contact-dossier-author-christopher-steele

        EXCLUSIVE – Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee who has been leading a congressional investigation into President Trump’s alleged ties to Russia, had extensive contact last year with a lobbyist for a Russian oligarch who was offering Warner access to former British spy and dossier author Christopher Steele, according to text messages obtained exclusively by Fox News. […] An aide to Warner confirmed to Fox News that the text messages are authentic. The messages, which were obtained from a Republican source, are all marked “CONFIDENTIAL” and are not classified. They were turned over to the Senate panel by Waldman last September.

        Is Mueller investigating Warner for collusion? Extensive contact with a Russian who was offering access to Steele?

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        • covfefe999 says:

          Hey, the Warner texts were turned over to the Senate Intelligence Committee (I guess) by Waldman in Sep 2017. And then in Feb 2018 “a Republican source” leaked them to FOX. This would not be Whitaker then, it might have been a Republican on the committee.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      You know, I kind of thought the same thing while reading this. I became increasingly uncomfortable. If Whitaker has been doing this, and the article looks soundly reasoned as all do from Sundance, why point it out? How is this helpful? Why call attention to the fact?

      He has worked hard in a incredibly adverse environment to get info to the public and to expose corruption. Why expose this now other than curiosity and satisfaction in knowing? Why not just let him keep working and support his work by picking up on the “breadcrumbs” and ampkifying any and all corruption exposed?

      Doesn’t this exposure compromise and hamper him? Isn’t figuring out who he is what the other side want desperately to do? Won’t this give the left ammo to get him out of his job? Will he be able to continue in his job?

      Does this article put him now in grave physical danger? The people being protected go way beyond DOJ and FBI e,players and the interests reach to Clinton, Obama and the Uniparty.

      While very clever, rational and soundly researched, I just don’t get the purpose of publication and its timing. Will this at this time hinder or help?

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    • Not Ideal says:

      Agreed, agreed, agreed. I’m not sure why we’re connecting dots here.

      That said, the issue (to me) is not whether Whitaker is so great. Maybe yes, maybe no.

      It’s that the recusal block is lifted. If it’s not Whitaker, I’m assuming we can find someone else to bring transparency. The left can’t force every MAGA lawyer to recuse.

      We have a political nuke here. We can appoint a second special counsel. We can use it to counter anything done by the House. We’re also, happily, about to find out what happens when we have a fully-engaged, 100% committed, MAGA-friendly AG.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        The “recusal” mantra from the crooks is BS. Rosenstein is much more conflicted than Sessions. Ruth Bad-ass Ginsberg is much more conflicted than Gorsuch or Kavanaugh, having actively campaigned against Trump and reniged on her promise to move to New Zealand if Trump won. Yet there will be calls CNN and crooked politician calls for Gorsuch and Kavanaugh to “recuse”. The crooks want “recusal” in florida. They “demanded recusal” of Nunes for honest concern about illegal spying, yet serial leaker and weirdo Schiff would never recuse himself for actual crooked biased behavior.

        When you hear “recusal” or the phrase “surely WE can do this heartwarming expenditure”, hold on to your wallet.

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    • RJones says:

      I think 1/ the information releases were accomplished properly, not illegally (in contrast to what the DOJ/FBI has been shown doing), 2/ it gives us confidence that Whittaker is a white hat and trustable, and 3/ “others” reading this site might also be given some confidence that cleanup is underway. I think we should also conclude, now that this card has been played, quick action will occur. This is necessary to help ensure key evidence is not destroyed, defensive collusion is minimized, and Congress does not step in to impede the effort before it starts.

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      • Paprika says:

        Very good points, thank you.

        I’ll add that with Sundance’s post it now allows us to see the dots more clearly. And we are now more informed and able to start combating the false narratives, strategies, and BS spewing forth from the swamp.

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    • Thomas Falbo says:

      Good post jack,

      I add SD states this in his opinion this is who he thinks it was helping bring to light all of this information.

      That supposition in my opinion is not highly probable given the hundreds of people at that organization who it could have been.

      I second what you offer in your post for a variety of reasons, ours being only two.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Is it wise to point to Whitaker as the “leaker” or person who “released” this stuff to help us out. Can’t this info be used against Whitaker.

      Used how?
      It really doesn’t matter…..IF Whitaker gets the toothpaste out of the tube.

      EVERYTHING ALREADY is being used against Whitaker.
      The DS/MSM are terrified.

      Whitaker’s role seems simple:
      Expose the information that proves the whole Trump/Russia collusion investigation is a fraud.

      Oh and Whitaker as Acting AG is unlikely to refer himself for investigation of his “leaks”.

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      • jack says:

        Generally, info can be used in multiple ways, sometimes ways you don’t think it will be used …. Like used against YOU!

        You realize this when people “talk” to the police or FBI, and speak off the cuff! Everything you say will be USED against you, and can be twisted to “get you”.

        So in this post, Sundance’s motive is “good” and trying to give us a “pep” talk to cheer us up, that all hope is not lost … after the mid-term. I understand that , and that is all good and all. Trump knows some of this too, but he keeps his mouth shut, as does others in the background.

        MSM probably watchs everything this site and other pro-Trump sites are doing! And their intent is to use this against us.

        So I just suggest you run some of your “insights” to others that can review it to see if the info could be “harmful” if used in wrong way.

        Maybe what Sundance wrote will be cool and all, but, it got me a little nervous because Sundance is like a genius at putting 2 plus 2 together and undo the “knot”. And it’s fun for Sundance to figure out the “puzzles”.

        Sundance might be “too good at it”. 🙂

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        • webgirlpdx says:

          Sundance has a multitude of sources, people he trusts and who trust him. Pretty sure he’s shared his ‘insights’ with those ‘others’.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          “Everything you say will be USED against you, and can be twisted to “get you”.”

          It can be worse than that. If there is no witness to the conversation, they can make up quotes of things you never said.

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    • Everywhereguy says:

      I’m sure the insider Dems and DeepStaters long ago (late 2017) figured out that Whitaker was doing this stuff that damaged their position. They know way better than the general public how the inside machinery of the federal govt (DOJ etc.) works, and they have cooperative/collaborating sources that tell them who is doing what.

      There’s really nothing to gain or protect by not writing about it publicly — writing about it publicly actually lets the citizenry in on the behind-the-scenes maneuvering for and against SpyGate and the Deep State. Why shouldn’t the public know that?

      The weird part is that the federal govt insiders seem to think that doing everything they do as much as possible out of public view is ok — as if the ‘peons’ don’t need to know, shouldn’t know, shouldn’t be bothered with it, might just interfere.

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    • Glad to know that my disconfort on reading this is shared. My thought immediately upon reading this was ‘add Whittaker to my daily prayers…daily protection for him and PDJT and their respective families.

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    • george1 says:

      The cabal already knows about Whitaker. Thus the reasons for their furious recusal dance.

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      • Bob Jones says:

        yes they know this would explain left leaning contribution quotes on open edit Wikipedia Whitaker history. Adding very suspect “facts” s/ to make him look very bad.

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    • Daniel says:

      I think it’s unreasonable to attribute everything to this one man. If it were just one man, the deep state would have identified him long ago and found a way to stop him. If he was operating as “the office of the AG” then the deep state would have gone after Sessions for it. Also, none of this should have escaped Sessions’s knowledge.

      It doesn’t seem likely he’s a lone operator in this and I don’t believe he’s operating illegally. (not a leak, but a public release)

      This indictment document for that Wolfe guy was NOT authored by AG Sessions’s chief of staff. I can’t imagine that’s what a chief of staff does.

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    • Guillermo Maguire says:

      WHatever happened to Bill Priestap?

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  6. The RealTruthSerum says:

    Good call. If I could pick Trumps most important legacies one would be his SCOTUS pick[s], the other – and more important one would be getting rid of as many swamp creatures as he can. The FBI, CIA, and the Defense Department were politically weaponized by Bunghole Barry. This may only be a small number of these hacks, but you gotta start somewhere.

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  7. yzest5121 says:

    Wow! The tea leaves are particularly ominous today. I thought we have been cautioned to avoid and ignore cryptic speculation about unconnected events within the “deep state” conspiracy. Whether “Sundance ” is persuasive or not, there is obviously a vast, substantive and discernable difference between “breadcrumbs” and cryptic messages from “17”.

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    • screwauger says:

      Clean up Isle 5, wet clean up, Isle 5. Thank you.

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      • Cumbaya says:

        Oh, so some ‘cryptic speculation about unconnected events’ are better than others..
        can you say Big Ugly, Mueller appointment ‘a brilliant move’, Huber good move, not particularly consoling. Much excitement here today about Whitiker…well I’ll refrain from any ‘early hope’; history on this particular corruption abatement has not been so rewarding.

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      /Cu/te yzest5121… but you know better than that. You know you can’t… 1.44 >>> 1.45

      (1 min 58 sec)

      In the meantime…

      (1 min 40 sec)

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  8. magagirl says:

    Wow Sundance! Excelent research 🤯. If this is true we need to pray for this man and his team. God bless him 🙏🙏

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    • Sentient says:

      Hopefully Whitaker is assembling/ has assembled some damning evidence to be released (dead hand fashion) to multiple trustworthy journalists in the event he dies soon. Greenwald, Hersh, others. An insurance policy would not only protect the truth, it would reduce the incentive to kill him.

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  9. Harried and Hopeless says:

    Sundance, your analysis and honesty are refreshing. Devastated at the loss of the House, the last thing I wanted to hear was spin. YOU are the only outlet that tells the truth. It is bad, really bad. We have until the end of the year to do something in House regarding the current Intelligence agencies investigating Spygate. Will they accomplish anything? Do they even have a plan?

    Will Whitaker provide the House intelligence committees and the senate committees the information that Rosenstein has refused to provide?

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  10. honestyoz says:

    Yes thank you SD nailed it yet again! I now defer to “the cleaner” rather than my “the undertaker” its better good guy PR.
    “You all know who I am” “say my name”

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  11. Searkreb says:

    That we’ll may be true Sundance, but it makes the whole picture that much worse. We are depending on one man to take on this Herculean task?
    It was always my hope and your assertion that there are many white hats fighting for the truth. If that is the case there should be a lot more info available since it is easy to assume there is much more abuse being covered up.

    I also always thought the president was privy to everything. There is no conflict of interest in knowing the details of the truth except to the perpetrators.

    If I didn’t have faith in God Almighty and His desire for justice I would bury my head in the sand. Why do I want to know all this stuff if nothing is going to be done?
    Tremendous voter fraud, what’s being done?
    Bengazhi, emailing classified info, murder, selling info and everything else to China, etc, etc, etc.

    Is anything going to be done about it. How can the President not be able to know what is going on?
    Totally crazy

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    • jbowen82 says:

      Anyone who has been a US Attorney and who has been a senior DOJ official has a team of people whom he trusts. He’s not alone.

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    • briwas101 says:

      “Why do I want to know all this stuff if nothing is going to be done?”
      I said that a year and a half ago. I kept telling people that if nothing is going to be done about anything, then “exposing the crimes” = running it in our face.

      This is psychological and spiritual warfare. We KNOW the crimes, we KNOW the criminals, we HAVE a system to handle criminals, and yet evil keeps prevailing .

      If nothing is ever going to be done, then what we are going through is a form of torture.

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  12. LivLovely101 says:

    Well I knew Whitaker had to be special because even though he was appointed as a temp, and after being in the job for about 5 minutes, the CommieCrats began screaming for his head.

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  13. Some more thoughts RE: how this all relates to the midterm election fraud debacle. Why is the left fighting so hard to flip senate seats when they cannot get the majority even if they flip all the contested races? Possible answer: They may not care so much about the upcoming AG confirmation, but how many senators they can bend toward a conviction on articles of impeachment. A bunch of republican incumbents were “retired” after 2016 and it makes me wonder how many R’s in the Senate were/are also willing to “take one for the Uniparty team”. Perhaps prior to this midterm election they actually had the votes to convict but no political cover to do it with R’s in control of congress. And further Trump did not make any brash moves knowing this reality. But with Dems coming in, they will get this impeachment thing rolling no matter what and they’ll manufacture stuff to make it look good. So it could be the panic to flip senate races with vote fraud is a play to regain senate votes for impeachment.

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    • The Akh says:

      Been thinking the same thing. If they can get traction, the RINO fence sitters will fall to to side that benefits them the most. We all know there was Republican involvement in the framing of the Trump team.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      That and control the next vote on the Supreme Court.

      They are 3-4 votes away from impeaching PT, dumping all of his legislative initiatives, (I.e. taxes, regulation, military buildup, border security and Nationalism) While also replacing Ruth with a much younger Ruthie, and going back after Kavanaugh and impeach him to shift the entire balance of the court.

      They smell this is their chance and will not quit until they flip AZ, FL and upcoming MS Special election.

      If only the R’s knew how to fight.

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      • notunderwhelmed says:

        They know how — it isn’t in their global, financial interests. Individuals may be “good guys”– parties aren’t. Let’s see if the GOP sits on their collective asses or fights for voter integrity. I am not holding my breath. Broward County has been a crooked mess for decades. When will it be straightened out? If the GOP was interested, this would have been fixed years ago.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        Relax. It takes 2/3 of the Senate to remove a President from office. Impeachment isn’t going anywhere in the House because Pelosi knows it would appear insane to the average voter.

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    • RJones says:

      Let ‘me go for it and then see how 60 mil pissed off Americans react.

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    • Judith says:

      The midterms were a game changer, all right. RINOS plotted to lose the majority all along, to destroy MAGA and to leave POTUS exposed. Even if they win, they’ll just sit on their hands and make a little noise, for effect, while the Dimmies steal it out from under them. This was *their* plan, obvious to many.

      POTUS has no reason to play nice with them any more. Not if he loves his family, his friends and colleagues, his Deplorables and his country. Go get em, Mr President! Promises made, promises kept!

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      • anthonydog says:

        Agree…and we must plan something very special for PAUL RYAN that will leave him tarred and feathered …enough to keep him from accepting any position from Tom Donohue and the U.S.CHAMBER OF COMMERCE…

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      • jbowen82 says:

        Come down off the ledge. We have to face the fact that the majority of voters aren’t MAGA enthusiasts like we are. That is reality. I prefer to live in the real world. The good news is that the majority of voters aren’t SJW progressives either. We need to spend more time convincing people that our side is the right one and less time accusing people of conspiracies.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Re: your last sentence…we have to do BOTH as voters make good judgements when they have the TRUTH.

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        • Judith says:

          Don’t put words in my mouth, jbowen82. You are free to go back to “convincing” your faux friends and spin the election fraud any way you see fit.

          Back in the “real world,” however, we now have a new AAG, do we not?

          With the (stolen) midterms behind us, and POTUS directly in their line of fire come January, the opinions of these brainwashed snowflakes are a moot point going forward.

          I wouldn’t worry too much about them. They will barely look up from their People magazines while the patriots foil the swamp’s soft coup.

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  14. oldschool says:

    Somebody get Whitaker a super duper pooper scooper because our Republic will not survive the Hansel and Gretel breadcrumb approach.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Thanks, Oldschool, for the first good patriot laugh I have had for a long time. The rosy scenario by a few on CTH regarding Republican possibilities prior to voting may have been true. I believe so. But the results belie that research — if the results are true.

      The tentacles of voting fraud, probably even in districts that don’t need fraud at present, are so extensive, that any election that is not a Monster Vote, can be overcome. I feel certain there is national training, voting machines “owned,” digital experts available to defeat most Republicans — and enough fraudulent ballots in the closet. All this in addition to the planning and funding of the splitter strategy.

      We know by whom.

      Augean Stables come to mind for the immensity of the task, as Oldschool understands. There are seven labors remaining in this Western Civilization myth, the last involved defeating the Underworld. I hope we can see it through.

      God bless the President and Patriots for the tasks ahead.

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  15. Landslide says:

    Maybe the Red Tsunami is still to come. 👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

    Go get ‘em, Matt.

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    • Daniel says:

      We need something more of a “red shift.” This country has gone so far left, that by comparison to that norms and standards of as few as 30 years ago, anyone who was a moderate Democrat back then would be a far-right-winger today. Communist was “fighting words” but are now embraced as part of the violent, yet mainstream Antifa.

      I think it would be nice to heal the nation but I’m beginning to think that not enough people actually feel there is anything wrong. If it were fixed today — all the criminals arrested,.tried, convicted, sentenced and put away, they would go down as heroes to a lot of people here in the USA.

      What does it take to turn a people away from any interest in communist rule? The answer is “to be ruled under communist rule.” It’s not enough for the censored pravda media to display some truth once in a while because people don’t really believe it’s real or that it affects them. We’re about to see if rule under a radical Democrat dominated house of representatives will be enough to wake people up.

      Let’s actually hope so.

      Because if that isn’t enough to prove to the people of the USA that socialism will be our worst living nightmare, then the eventuality of Trump’s two terms being up will usher in something far, far worse.

      I can’t put a positive spin or outlook on any of this at the moment. I tried before but the negativity is infectious. The positive spin here is that Trump couldn’t fight the Republican establishment because he needed them to cooperate as much as they would. Individuals came forward, but Paul Ryan is a real “point of sale” (or some other interpretation of “POS”) and Sundance is right not to expect any Christmas miracles from one of the worst traitors to call himself “Republican” I’ve seen during my entire life. But the upside is Trump is prepared to do all sorts of battle and you can see he is gearing that battle machine up right now.

      I am very much heartened by this far more aggressive stance as indicated by his warning shot tweet. I know many here and other places have been champing at the bit wanting to see some real battles take place. The attempt to spark something with the ending of free citizenship to foreign babies born over our lands? For some reason, that went quiet… likely because they know they won’t win it or maybe they are simply waiting for the XO to be issued. And the promise to go after criminal intelligence leakers? I’m pretty sure that got some hearts beating with more energy.

      Until these battles and more are fought, I’m not ready to fall completely into that pit of despair and neither should anyone else.

      I am a war-time veteran. I wrote a blank check made out to Uncle Sam in the amount of my life when I was 19 years old. Obviously, the check was not cashed but I wrote the check knowing absolutely what it could mean. I know that courage just means doing things which are important in the face of danger. Cold Anger? Combine that with faith and courage and you’ll have the concoction of success.

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  16. Sneaky Pete says:

    It’s Monday morning at 8am on the East Coast. Like most other people, It seems like just the right time for Whitaker to be getting to work.

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    • Trump Train says:

      As of 8:24 am that piece of shit snipes is still in office, has not been investigated and arrested and the counting of fraudulent ballots moves forward. Scott? Bondi?

      The importance of Trumps new AG cannot be overstated. The criminal cancer out in the open with no consequence will be the downfall of our country if legal action is not taken. Pres Trump is about 2 months away from being marginalized and unless we see real movement with law enforcement I lay odds he will not run in 2020.

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  17. NJF says:

    The idea Whitaker should recuse bc he has made public statements about Mueller is laughable.

    But that how the Dems roll. I hope he has the fortitude to stand strong.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I’m waiting for a bunch of women to suddenly come forward and accuse Whitaker of being a rapist.

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    • Jenevive says:

      He just needs to tell them he is applying the Strozk/Page
      standard. They said all those hostile things against President
      Trump, while still actively investigating him and the Dems argued
      it was just thier opinion and that it didn;t effect their ability to
      do thier job..so…

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      By their own logic, all Democrats and RINOs who have publicly supported Mueller have demonstrated bias, and must recuse themselves from anything related to the SC and the Russian Interference narrative.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        And, they must resign from their jobs, to give them to illegal aliens, native americans, and approaching caravan denizens. The press “corpse” is too white and male, so jim acosta and his buddies should resign immediately.

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  18. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Consider the importance of the release of the S/P texts

    Nunes and Grassley early on discovered the shady origin of the Steele Dossier and it’s misuse by DOJ/FBI in the Carter Page FISA
    The Strzok/Page texts released in Dec 2017 provided the “WHO”, “WHY, (and indicated a “HOW”)

    Did the PUBLIC release of those texts change the course of the IG MYE report i.e. Horowitz was forced (“black-hat”) or able(“white-hat”) to deal with them when otherwise he wouldn’t have?
    Does this explain the continuing delays?
    It the texts weren’t made public would they have been vacuumed up under “national security”, “sources and methods” and “ongoing Mueller investigation” claims and the resulting MYE Report been 100 pages instead of 500?
    Notice how the focus of the MYE Report/Horowitz’s testimony became very much a story of did Horowitz find EVIDENCE that Strzok’s bias affected the decision making

    Assume Whitaker was the source releasing some of the S/P texts knowing their significance.
    Rosenstein & Co. then stepped in with redactions and withholding of texts

    Can Whitaker now go back now and release them in full, unredacted to the various Committees and for that matter, the IG?

    If Whitaker is a clearing house for Horowitz–the Roto Rooter man unclogging flow of info to the IG–I would expect delay in the release of the next IG report as Horowitz incorporates this withheld info.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      But Horowitz is part of the corruption. obama eliminated the IGs who were honest. A new IG is needed. If obama could fire honest IGs, surely Trump should be able to fire dishonest IGs when there was a repub majority. The earlier Horowitz IG whitewash found “no bias” in the DOJ/FBI, despite clear bias to protect the dems/hillary, and to “get” the repubs/Trump. Instead of firing dishonest FBI agents for illegality and bias, Wray says a few hours of “training” will be good pennance for FBI corruption – a half-day online-course that teaches FBI agents not to engage in sedition and treason (at least don’t do it so openly that you get caught).

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Jury’s still out for me on whether Horowitz is PART of or a VICTIM of corruption
        (Has info been withheld from him?)

        He didn’t say “no bias” he said he could find “no evidence” that the bias he did find affected decision-making in the HRC email investigation.
        He repeatedly said he could not reach the same conclusion that bias didn’t affect Strzok’s handling of the Wiener laptop and the Russia investigation. Which is part of what his next report is about.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Horowitz can’t get “evidenve”, but he has/had Huber to get “evidence”. There is evidence that Huber has not even questioned people who are important to a bias investigation.
          Horowitz is part of the ancien regime.

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            Horowitz can most certainly gather evidence.
            (testimony and texts for example)

            He can’t prosecute but refer in the case of crimes uncovered….
            And can’t remediate but refer/recommend in the case of policy or procedural infractions.

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  19. Mr Spock says:

    Whitaker rejoined the DOJ on Sep 22, 2017 as COS to AG Jeff Sessions, but for the 8 years prior to that he was in private practice with no connection to DOJ. Didn’t these “Leaks” start before Sep 22, 2017?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Did they? FISA warrant application release was this year. Warner texts also this year. First batch of Strzok-Page texts were released in Nov or Dec 2017 IIRC. You’ll have to go through the list and find one that was earlier than Sep 22 2017.

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  20. One of We says:

    His head is even shaped like a Q…….WWG1WGA!

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  21. ltravisjr says:

    Makes sense to me. My question: why appoint him to this position where he only has seven months to get the job done? Why not have someone else keep the seat warm while he gets confirmed so he will have an open ended timeline to accomplish this most important of tasks? Is the plan to also confirm him when the time comes? Is there fear that even with the Senate majority that he wouldn’t have gotten confirmed? Or is this just so grave a situation that no matter what, PT needed to have him in there as soon as it became possible (i.e. as soon as he was able to be free is Sessions)?

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    • ltravisjr says:

      *free of Sessions

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    • covfefe999 says:

      IMO Trump needed to get rid of Sessions ASAP after the midterms. And rather than let Rosenstein take over Trump needed to appoint someone he thought wouldn’t be corrupt, thus Whitaker.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I personally don’t think Whitaker was chosen specifically to take action. I think he was chosen to prevent the spot from being taken by someone who is corrupt.

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        • Paprika says:

          Could be both?

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          No action would be the same as having a corrupt individual in the position.

          The reaction of the MSM/DS makes no sense over simply a “seat warmer”
          They clearly understand the threat he poses:

          The disembowelment of Mueller by exposing the fraud

          If that isn’t accomplished in this period then it’s a complete waste of his talents and a golden opportunity.

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    • Everywhereguy says:

      Under the Vacancies act, it *is* possible under the right circumstances to get an extension past the initial 210 days.

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    • Elmo334 says:

      I think the reason for assigning Whitaker to do this heavy lifting is he is already up to speed and in deep knowledge of the facts. Also, when Trump does nominate and AG, the Dems will do what they did to Kavanaugh and if they can’t stop it they will try and damage him and make him look illegitimate. No hearing on Whitaker and he ca he appointed a second term of 210 days if needed.

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    • briwas101 says:

      Trump made a huge mistake nominating Sessions and letting him hire Rosenstein.
      It was a mistake to leave all the criminals in the doj/FBI in place.
      Trump was afraid to act until it was too late and even the most casual observer could see that Sessions had to go.

      I honestly don’t know what Trump was thinking. How did he think it would possibly work out well to just let the criminals keep running the government?

      Remember when Obama and Trump had a meeting and Trump came out looking like he’d seen a ghost? Who’s to say Obama didn’t threaten to kill him, and hand over a phone with a General saying “yeah we’re gonna do it.”

      Trump may have already been defeated before he took office

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    • Amy2 says:

      I think PDT was ill advised to wait on so much until after the midterms. Some sunlight on a lot of this stuff to folks who are uninformed would have helped. The dems cheated, are cheating and WILL cheat. If we don’t want to lower ourselves and act like they do, then the truth needs to be put out there as soon as it is discovered and then followed through on.

      We don’t play the leverage game quite as well as the dems do. I know PDT is a very smart guy, but he needs more smart guys with the same agenda pulling for him. We lost two years waiting for the RINO’s to go and it cost us.

      That said, I’m sitting back on Whitaker to see what happens. ‘hoping for the best and more but no more breathlessness over IG reports or Clint Eastwoods riding into town. I’ll be happy just to see who gets ousted in the coming weeks.

      That was kind of a dreary post, but I’m just being realistic and that has freed me to be open to some factual optimism! Thank you Mr. Sundance for your hardwork and laying things out there for us to review/ponder/decide. Have a great day everyone!

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    • G. Combs says:

      “….My question: why appoint him to this position where he only has seven months to get the job done? ….”

      Because Acting AG Whitaker is a ‘hired gun’, the equivalent of a corporate ‘gunslinger’ He is there to do the dirty work and then LEAVE so a more neutral person can take over the cleaned out entity.

      ALL part of uniting the country while simultaneously cleaning out the rot.

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  22. 335blues says:

    I and America hope he succeeds.

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  23. railer says:

    All interesting, but this would be only one, or even just a portion of one explanation for these events. It’s good to speculate, but always best to hew to what we do know as fact.

    Sessions recused on Muh Russia. He hired his Chief of Staff, who is obligated to comply with this recusal to some or fullest extent. The documents in question had to originate from the un-recused and the Chief of Staff’s role in their release, if any, would have been passive. The un-recused were the first active originators of the releases, and their motivations would be of prime consideration, with potential passive participants given less weight.

    Muh Russia is the biggest scandal in this nation’s history. The conspiracy sought to destroy a presidential candidate and then a presidency, using the tools of government illegitimately and illegally. The conspiracy involved multiple functional groups in government, including agencies, bureaucracies, diplomacy and all 3 branches of government: executive , legislative and judicial branches. All of these functional groups are at risk now. They know it. Their first job now is to protect and sustain themselves, as any study in behavior in organizations tells us. The effort will be comprehensive and of depth.

    Now that the conspiracy is unraveling, it is far too broad in scope and involves too many actors and groups to be hidden completely. Even a cursory review from a compromised DoJ and its IG has exposed portions of it, so obviously no comprehensive coverup is possible. Thus, the conspirators are choosing to throw overboard a few little fish: Strzok, McCabe, Page, the Ohrs perhaps, Wolfe, people who are dirty and know they’re dirty. The conspirators have control of this data and these releases, and I don’t believe any of them would be taking place without their consent. Wolfe is significantly undercharged. McCabe and the others perhaps never will be charged at all. Ohr still works for DoJ, doesn’t he? The goal of the conspirators would be to contain the certain unraveling of the conspiracy, and keep it away from the key players, the conspirators that may merit the noose: Comey, Brennan, Lynch, Warner, Clapper, the Court and Obama. If Wolfe has to take a plea on minor charges to protect them, and get the final payoff later, then so be it. He knew the rules of the game when he signed up. He’ll do it and keep his mouth shut. Unless he’s charged fully, and all are charged fully, the ultimate conspirators are protected. I see nothing here that doesn’t support this obvious process, and no “white hat” activities are required explanations for any of the releases to date. They all fit the conspiracy narrative and framework just as we might expect.

    I’m not saying Whitaker is dirty, but he was hired by Sessions, and is encumbered in similar fashion. Sessions also chose Rosenstein and sticks by him even now as we know. It’d be a mistake to replace the Q narrative with another type of speculative narrative, by walking away from the facts we have in hand. All of the material publicly released to date firmly falls within the boundaries of a massive conspiracy’s efforts to contain the fallout of its actions, and facilitate a managed exposure of its details. Only a President Hillary could have precluded the current status. Absent her, we’re here no matter who wears which hat.

    I’d like blood. It’s deserved for this conspiracy. Some deserve the noose. But I doubt we’ll get it as the Swamp and Deep State cannot be confronted collectively and directly without them striking back as they have. You can defeat them in detail as Trump’s been doing. Mueller will disappear shortly, and he is the only existential threat, assuming Trump doesn’t confront the key conspirators, who McConnell is obligated to protect with a 2/3 impeachment vote in the Senate as his threat. All of this indicates to me that Muh Russia is more valuable to Trump as a blackmail threat than as an active weapon to destroy his enemies. Threatening to destroy them has value, and he knows how to walk that line. But don’t be surprised if the same threat is coming right back at him. This is how they roll in the Swamp. We have the right guy in place to walk this line.

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      Enjoyed reading your plausible alternative. The DS might hold better cards than we do. Luckily, we’re all going to find out very very soon if Whitaker is the great white hope.

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    • briwas101 says:

      I was with you 100% until 1/3 of the way into the last paragraph.

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    • stablesort says:

      “He hired his Chief of Staff, who is obligated to comply with this recusal to some or fullest extent.”

      Sessions hired Rosenstein as well; however, Rosenstein was hired before Sessions recused.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        But Rosenstein is a part of the crooked russian scheme. He signed a crooked, fraudulent FISA Warrant. He had authority and responsibility to make sure the crooked 2-jump-to-Trump FISA Warrant was not fraudulent or part of a seditious scheme to elect hillary. He is a witness . It is uncnscionable that Rosenstein is not “recused”. It is unconscionable that Sessions did not “recuse Rosenstein”, which was within Sessions’ authority, and responsibility as AG, to do.

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    • TDU_Weight says:

      “It’d be a mistake to replace the he who must not be named narrative with another type of speculative narrative, by walking away from the facts we have in hand”

      There, fixed it for ya… and remember…

      (1 min 40 sec)

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Nice post.

      Except Whitaker is not encumbered.
      He is the Attorney General….Rosenstein’s boss.
      IMO he is the last best chance.

      A few things to consider:
      -He was the Chief of STAFF. Office manager’s know an awful lot about what’s what in an organization. Though Sessions was recused (if SD is correct) MW clearly had access to info and released (or gave cover to release) that info at key points
      -As AAG could provide even more cover for “good guys” to come forward.
      -He now has full authority to be read in to the Mueller probe, including the Aug 2 clarification memo.
      -He would have full authority to force FBI/DOJ compliance with prior Congressional document requests…..something he could commit to PUBLICLY in some fashion.

      I’ll be looking to see what RR does in the upcoming days as he is now in an interesting spot.
      Refuse?
      Resign or threaten to?
      And he still has to testify before the House about his surveillance and 25th Amendment offers.

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    • Daniel says:

      “Now that the conspiracy is unraveling, it is far too broad in scope and involves too many actors and groups to be hidden completely.”

      We are lucky to have Sundance and TCTH for the information we have. This is a wildly popular site, but it’s not viewed by so many as you’d like to think. What we know to be true right now is not generally known to the public at all.

      When that Fox news person was talking to that Democrat guy about FISA abuse and he flatly denied there was any FISA abuse at all? You might be disheartened at the number of people who believe that Democrat guy.

      Let’s not take our slight degree of enlightenment for granted as if it somehow rises to the level of “common knowledge.” It doesn’t quite measure up and that is truly the problem.

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  24. Bogeyfree says:

    From Sundance’s post, that it was Whitaker who allowed the release of some of this info does that beg the question….

    Will he personally lead the investigation and prosecution of those who conspired against a sitting President or will he need to use a 2nd Special Counsel since he was personally involved in the release of some of these documents or does that not matter at all?

    What would be the down side if today Whitaker announced he has put into place two additional SC’s to look into the following:

    1) the first SC is to review the Hillary email / server issue and the investigation there of by the FBI and the legality of the use of an unsecured server and the transmittal of classified information. In this SC investigation they will also look into Huma for the moving of classified information to a 3rd party laptop along with a detailed scrub of the information contained on that said laptop.

    2) the second SC will investigate the investigators (i.e. Mueller) and determine when this group knew the dossier was a fraud and thus the entire Russian Collusion was a fraud along with the abuse of power, abuse of the scope of the scope of a SC, leaking of information and conspiring to setup/trap innocent people in order to frame and take down a sitting President or as some the law books call it, treason.

    IMO this would put the Dems on their heels, shed a ton of light on the original crimes committed and ultimately show the American people this who thing, the dossier, the FISA, the SC for the past 2 years was a fraud and a true treasonous conspiracy.

    IMO if Whitaker is the cleaner we should see action far before Jan 1. IMO he must put things like I outline above in place NOW, before the House Dems have a chance at more spin, confusion and disinformation which is 100% coming full steam via the house committees come Jan 1.

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    • Monticello says:

      The downside is SC investigations take too long. If the Session resignation was pre-planned Whitaker may already have dedicated Fed Attorneys building cases and empanelled grand juries as we speak. ( Hey one can hope, right?)
      The one thing the GOP does not have is time.

      If you consider Collins, Murkowski and Romney are not reliable at all then we still don’t have a Majority Senate and the President is compromised after January. Thus the vote fraud to get just one or two more Senators.

      BTW…..DHS was supposed to be watching in Florida weren’t they? (Vote fraud)

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Don’t see any other way than a second SC.

      House and Senate Republicans have been asking for this the better part of a year.
      and it may take the wind out of the “RECUSAL” sails.

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  25. jmclever says:

    Question: who would the Chief of Staff to the Attorney General answer to with respect to allowing certain evidence to be made public? Wouldn’t that be the AG? IIRC Sundance earlier attributed some of those breadcrumbs to the former AG and then later told us things are only as they appear to be. IMHO things are never as they appear on the surface and our lion of a president is never in mere reaction mode. If anything unexpected happens, it is worked into the outline of achieving his goal.

    Remember that one rally where yet another protester was being escorted out and Trump said, “Go home to mommy.” And we saw it happen in real time, that rapier witt when he said a few moments later, ” And your mother’s voting for Trump! ”

    I believe POTUS is on his game all the time to move at Trump speed to accomplish MAGA

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  26. Hurrican hunter says:

    I believe it was imperative to make sure Sessions was out before the next IG report. That report will deal with FISA abuse related to the Russian investigation making Sessions Recused and therefore worthless. Whether Sessions was a white hat or black hat– he had to go.

    What I find interesting is the recent reports that Clinton is going to run again. This looks like a move to paint Clinton as Trump’s number one political rival, therefore, any action by the DOJ against Clinton will be painted as a political attack on a rival. The Clinton rumors timed with the appointment of Whitaker, IMHO, is not just a coincidence

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    • Trump Train says:

      meaningless regardless. Unless this witch and her cohorts are prosecuted the Dems will take over 2020 as Trump will not run…………what we are seeign now with the massive and widespread election fraud is another reason why they were so shocked Trump won.

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      • Hurrican hunter says:

        Will be interesting to watch. My guess is that if there is a single charge filed against a Clinton or even a Clinton lackey, you will hear, 24/7, that Trump is weaponizing the government against his political rival. Coincidentally the exact crime the democratic administration was guilty of in 2016.

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        • Mike says:

          Disagree. Some say 3rd time is the charm…Hillary cannot win. Couldn’t close against a state senator, nor a political novice. Keep in mind Clinton spent a Billion dollars of other people’s money and lost. Who has the stomach to repeat her incompetence?

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          • Judith says:

            Massive fraud, with a complicit congress, Hollyweird and Enemedia to pave Hellary’s way, ala Obola the exalted one, might do the trick.

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          • Hurrican hunter says:

            Exactly, Don’t think Hillary can win or even has the health to run. So why the rumors she is going to run? Why now?

            IMHO it is to protect the Clinton machine. Any charges against a Clinton or Clinton agent will be painted as purely political. “Trump is afraid he will lose to Clinton this time– so he has weaponized the DOJ against the Clintons.” And half the country will buy it. Part of the reason to tie Whitaker to Trump as Trump’s lackey.

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          • mikeyboo says:

            And she will doubtless be videotaped falling down some more steps and/or being thrown virtually comatose into a van.

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        • marko says:

          Agreed 100%…maybe that is why its being floated out that Hillary will defintely run. They are going to say Trump is using the government to attack a potential rival. I don’t care what they say. She and many others need to prosecuted…I’m really beyond giving jack s**t about any of these left wing scum. I want justice.

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    • briwas101 says:

      I’ve said the same thing for a year. She has to remain in the public eye so she can cast herself as a political rival.

      It is so frustrating trying to get through to democrats, they completely ignore Hillary’s crimes and insist it’s all dirty politics from Trump and a sign that he’s a dictator.

      Yet arresting Trump for muh Russia is perfectly reasonable to them.

      This republic is lost. Unless the sane patriots are willing to fight, we are done for

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    • Beau Geste says:

      So, it is extremely important to unredact the “weiner Laptop Insurance files” and reopen the hillary classified material recklessness investigation (so she gets the same criminal justice as Reality Winner, Petraeus, the submarine sailor and others), the uranium one bribery scandal, the clinton crime family investigation shut down by the obama administration, the posesta foreign activities, the awan spying-government property and classified material behavior, the mueller pre-appointment conspiracy, any soros insider information and antifa violence support, etc.

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  27. Lefty says:

    My guess is that it was the team of Ezra Cohen-Watnick and Matt Whitaker that have been releasing all these breadcrumbs of evidence for us. ECW got (gets?) the evidence while with (through?) the NSC and then upon joining team sessions, he and Whitaker began releasing the evidence to counteract the deep state’s actions.

    Remember, it was ECW that was accused by the dems of leaking classified info that rattled Nunes and began the calls for his recusal. General McMaster got rid of ECW who returned to the private sector and went to work at Oracle. Trump then insisted the DOJ hire him, which was unusual. A short time later, the president was informed that ECW had still not been hired by the DOJ. Again the President insisted that the DOJ hire ECW as soon as possible. He was then hired to be on Sessions staff. With Whitaker.

    These are the two guys I would think would both have access to this type of intel and the ability to control and release the info.

    I pray Whitaker is safe from being removed or recused, but I’m afraid the DOJ is going to push that on him. The Dems are already reaching out to their entrenched friends in the DOJ ethics division who had no problem with conflicted RR as acting AG, but will now find some reason that Whitaker is much too conflicted.

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    • PgtSndThinker says:

      I like the theory that Whitaker and ECW are on a team together battling the deep state and globalists. Who else is on the team? I could imagine it being about 10 people,…

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    • Beau Geste says:

      obama got rid of the ethical IGs who were investigating obama’s crooked buddies and crooked contracting. So, why can’t PJDT get rid of the crooked “ethics” personnel who can’t find any conflict in rosenstein’s signing and being responsible for crooked and fraudulent FISA warrant signature under oath and major responsibility to a secretive “Staar Chamber” court that relies on honesty because the “defendant” is not represented?

      Get rid of teh dishonest, biased “ethics” staff at the FBI/DOJ, and get some honest unbiased people in there !!!!

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  28. StanH says:

    We shall see. Perfectly plausible, and where does this leave John Huber (United States Attorney for the District of Utah) investigation into FBI corruption. . Mr. Clean better get ahead of this guy before he exonerates the FBI.

    Great work Sundance.

    MAGA! …by allowing acting AG Whittaker to kick the dam down draining the swamp.

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    • patsfaninpittsburgh says:

      Read up on him.

      It is said he already knows more about Clinton corruption than anyone. He was AG Chief of Staff. You do realize that the Chief of Staff always knows more than anybody?

      This guy knows more than anybody already. Best bet is Huber is a ruse and he’s got something else going somewhere else.

      Basically, this is “turnkey” AG stuff.

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      • StanH says:

        Works for me. But, my guess is Huber is the cleaner for the swamp, and will miraculously determine that after an exhaustive investigation nothing criminal occurred at the FBI. This is the swamp way. I hope I’m wrong. We’ll know soon enough.

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        • briwas101 says:

          The swamp probably helped promote the idea that conservatives have all these heros about to bring down the hammer, that way we are all complacent and neutered while we wait for our heroes to save the day .

          For 2 years Twitter has been full of Twitter conspiracies that all these people are draining the swamp, but nothing ever happens.

          Huber was an Obama holdover, and was chosen to be part of the cover-up like everyone else.

          Assume that any and all supposed investigators during the Sessions era are deepstate plants guaranteed to cover up everything

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  29. HB says:

    He looks like a fullback with a battle axe. And I’m pretty sure those eyes are saying, “Hell or high water I’m comin for ya.”

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  30. thomas says:

    We gripe about how Mueller has had two years to investigate and say that’s enough.. Well same applies here two years and nothing no orange jumpsuits the deep state is still powerful and we are constantly on defense… I’m tired

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Global War was just declared so wipe off your brow and get to work! If we win the Battle of the Mind, no Nuclear Shield will need to be employed!

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    • Milton says:

      If Sessions was recused and Rosenstein was controlling all Russiagate documents how would Whitaker be able to get a copy of anything? The DOJ IG is supposedly an independent office within the DOJ. The AG does not oversee that office. How would the Page- Strzok conversations get out of the IG’s office?

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    • Mike says:

      I as well. Slow walkin jaw talkin and that’s what we have for two years and 30 million.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Just think of World War I (and all that came after WWI) to maintain some “freedom” in the Western world – maintain a balance of power, know your Federalist Papers — and get over your “tired.” Stop whining and get to work. Freedom isn’t free.

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  31. AmericaFirst says:

    SD, Why give the crazies any more fodder for their screams of recusal?

    On the plus side, it sounds like you’ve got your optimism back.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s only fodder if anything Whitaker did wasn’t legal. Is there anything on Sundance’s list that would be illegal? I’m ruling out Warner texts, that was a leak but extra info pretty much rules out Whitaker, see my comment below.

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  32. Publius2016 says:

    The more we find out, the more obvious that the entire government is embedded with Deep State Shadow Government. To me the dates prove that Valut 7 was the Insurance Plan and that Deep State was caught. Mueller shields any inquiry during Obama Era and gives immunity deals in secret.

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    • RJones says:

      Could you explain the Vault7 ref? I know what it is, I just don’t know how it ties to this. The guy they thought was behind that release is not paying a terrible price.

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  33. I couldn’t see what you were driving at until now. thanks.

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  34. Its 0846 in the morning and this posting by Sundance has floored me. Thanks SD. It seems like there’s more than just a light at the end of the tunnel. It’s some big guy with a torch!

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  35. The Boss says:

    I see a parallel to the American Revolution which I’ll hold close for the time being. That said, is there more clarity on who may have recommended Sessions hire Whitaker? I’m thinking Chuck Grassley as the primary advocate, with a supporting role played by Lindsay Graham.

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  36. Jeff Wahlen says:

    To quote Don Draper, “you know we don’t know what’s really going on.”

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  37. Brant says:

    Whittaker needs to be dropping (legal) stuff (politicians and media) now to shut up the recusal chatter.

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  38. covfefe999 says:

    I wrote this upthread, sorry for the repeat but I think it’s important. I think we have evidence that Whitaker had nothing to do with the release of the Warner texts. FOX News got the leak from “a Republican source” in Feb 2018. The Warner texts had already been supplied to the Senate Intelligence Committee in Sep 2017. Any Republican on that committee could have leaked them to FOX. And I don’t think FOX would refer to Whitaker as “a Republican”.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democratic-sen-mark-warner-texted-with-russian-oligarch-lobbyist-in-effort-to-contact-dossier-author-christopher-steele

    The messages, which were obtained from a Republican source, are all marked “CONFIDENTIAL” and are not classified. They were turned over to the Senate panel by Waldman last September.

    FISA warrant application wasn’t a leak. Decision to not redact the clerk’s stamp was not a leak either. So what’s left to potentially be a leak? I honestly don’t think Whitaker would leak. Non-leak releases of info are another matter..

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Strzok-Page texts in Dec 2018 were also not a leak. They were released by the DOJ. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/justice-dept-releases-text-messages-anti-trump-fbi-agent-lawyer-n829061

      The Department of Justice released 90 pages of text messages late Tuesday night, many harshly critical of candidate Donald Trump, that were exchanged between an FBI lawyer and an agent who was later assigned to Robert Mueller’s special counsel team.

      I’m focusing on the concern that the items on Sundance’s list were “leaks”. So where to we stand:

      Warner text messages … a leak but probably not Whitaker, more likely a Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee
      Carter Page FISA application … not a leak, was an official DOJ release
      Strzok-Page texts … not a leak was an official DOJ release.

      And these are definitely not leaks:

      decision not to indict James Wolfe for leaking classified information
      decision to not redact clerk stamp on FISA application

      So that leaves only this one as possibly a leak:

      release of Page/Strzok information to the media

      I think nobody should be using the term “leak” to describe anything Whitaker might have done.

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  39. Gunner says:

    Spot on Sundance…need verification that he/she is right? Witness the meltdown from the socialist/progressive left (SPL) that is demanding Mr. Whitaker recuse himself from ‘this, that, or whatever’, or even more, his is an ‘illegal’ appointment. (By the way, I will no longer make reference to what was once called the ‘Democrat’ party; it no longer exists).

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    • Gunner says:

      ….and no, I’m not ‘liking’ my own posts. I’m not that self-absorbed — in fact, quite the opposite. Not sure why it happened!

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  40. covfefe999 says:

    CBS This Morning obsessing about Whitaker. lol I think the “over the target” phrase is appropriate here. 🙂

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    • oldschool says:

      overused term here 999. Has amounted to nothing more than flying past the target, but I look forward to the slim hope that one day we will be able to claim “target hit, enemy neutralized”🇺🇸🇺🇸🎯🎯🎯💥💥💣💣

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  41. evergreen says:

    First foul went to Obama administration spying on American citizens, and lying tin order to gain access to the tools which would be used to cover their tracks. That’s Law Enforcement breaking the law to commit civil rights violations and then breaking the law to keep it concealed. Oh, and for the purposes of cooking an election. Sec State giving/selling U.S. Top Secret information? Openly?

    What solution exists within our repblic’s apparatus to sniff out and cleanse the system of criminals such as these? Boy scouts? They were ostensibly the ones who were supposed to be clean enough to trust and who went bad. So, who fixes this problem?

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  42. oldschool says:

    As “logical” as SD lays this out, just cannot buy another one that involves slow leaks. If Whitaker has this information, holds such a position and reports to the Chief Executive, not understanding the need for such covert operating. Also cannot understand the “sheltering” of POTUS or why POTUS treats his agencies with such a “hands off” approach. It just doesn’t make sense. With all that has transpired in DOJ/FBI, I would think a man like Trump would be in there gutting it. Hoping it blows up soon because POTUS doesn’t have the luxury of time. Their army is mobilized and their full on attack will begin in weeks.

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      yeah, “trust the plan” is getting old.

      Liked by 3 people

    • TDU_Weight says:

      Rodney Dangerfield

      I went to see my doctor.
      You know my doctor…
      Doctor Vinnie Boombatz
      He said he was gonna have t’ give me an enigma.
      I asked what for.
      He said to check if I had any slow leaks.
      He called in his partner.
      I didn’t know he had a partner…
      Doctor Matthew Whitaker.
      He pulled out this bag with a hose attached to it.
      I asked him what was in it.
      “Barium and a red dye.”
      I asked him, “Why red?”
      He said, “I ran out of blue.”
      I asked him, “What now?
      He said, “BOHICA”
      I don’t get no respect.

      (RIP Rodney Dangerfield)

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    • Monticello says:

      Go back and look at the time line and re-read SD post.

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  43. YvonneMarie says:

    We hope.
    We hope & we pray.
    😊

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  44. Bubby says:

    From Sundance’s Summary – Who made the decision not to indict James Wolfe for leaking classified information? My question is can’t Wolfe still be indicted for leaking classified information? Is there some plea deal in place? What would stop Whitaker from bringing additional charges against Wolfe? Any answers? Thanks.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      My question is can’t Wolfe still be indicted for leaking classified information?

      I sure hope so.

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    • Nope. He has accepted a plea deal and will sentenced in December. Maximum penalty under the pleas deal is only 6 months. He will likely get probation. Wolfe won’t be facing any additional charges, otherwise his team would have never accept the plea deal.

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      • Bubby says:

        RTD thanks. Not what I was hoping for but not unexpected either. Once again we get poked in the eye with an outrageous plea deal like Hillary’s staff got. So Wolfe gets to retire with his lavish Federal pension intact which is much greater than the SS I live on. Oh well I hope with Whitaker in charge there won’t be anymore egregious plea deals letting criminals like Wolfe off with a slap on the wrist! I still get irritated at how Lois Lerner got off! I guess I’ll just have to wait longer for real justice.

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      • Elmo334 says:

        That’s not necessarily true. The deal would have to be written to say no other charges would be filed and that would have to be on the condition of his cooperation with the prosecution. This guy has been in this job for about 30 years and felt comfortable texting copies of classified material to a reporter girlfriend. He has probably been corrupt for years and knows about a lot of bad actors.

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        • In reality, once sentenced; no way our DOJ goes back and re-charges Wolfe with additional crimes. This is a one shot opportunity to send a message. Looks like the message will be a slap on the wrist for the well connected (Wolfe) and hard time for everyone else (Reality Winters).

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      • Amy2 says:

        Geo P gets two weeks….MIke Flynn gets….? Lying to investigators apparently is a big deal, then not a big deal?

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    • The Boss says:

      Ask Paul Manafort and his attorneys. There you will find your answer.

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  45. marko says:

    well, its an interesting theory….and I really hope its true. I’m simply going to give Whitaker a few months and we better see indictments rolling out….or I’m thinking he is a caretaker and will simply hold down the fort until a real AG is appointed. If he does as SD suggests….I hope Trump leaves him in place. We don’t Graham or any other politician in that spot.

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  46. wyntre says:

    NOW I get it!

    Brilliant.

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  47. briwas101 says:

    It’s a nice theory, and you have some evidence to support it, but the end result ends up being: “hero has been in government for a year under Sessions, and is ready to be unleashed!”

    It just sounds too familiar. It’s too similar to all the other theories that end with “and then our hero in government slays the beast.”

    The deepstate’s goals were:
    1. To maintain power, which allows them to…
    2. Stay out of prison, which allows them to…
    3. Maintain power

    Trump doesn’t have to be removed from office for the deepstate to win. All they needed is to delay 4 years, and prevent enough MAGA progess from being done so a Democrat can take 2020 with help from the deepstate.

    Sessions, Mueller, and Rosenstein did a tremendous job of shutting down Trump. Anyone who is honest can admit that Trump has been IMPOTENT.

    Trump can complain on Twitter all he wants, his enemies are much better at this game than Trump is, and he has been paralyzed and unable/unwilling to act.

    Trump hasn’t been given many good hands to play, but he has failed to play any of them when he had the chance, and his supporters insisted Trump us a genius for keeping every thing in his backpocket .

    AT SOME POINT YOU NEED TO PLAY A HAND, AND THAT TIME WAS SOMETIME IN THE 1.5 YEARS LEADING TO THE MIDTERMS.

    Even if Whitaker is the cleaner, Trump has shown in UNCANNY ABILITY to refuse to take advantage of opportunities.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      So, get on the horn and tell him what to do.

      Better yet, become a highly-successful BILLIONAIRE, and run for President yourself.

      Then we can pick apart everything that YOU do…

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      • rvsueandcrew says:

        Thank you, Cuppa. It’s my opinion that any comment at the treehouse that repeatedly refers to our courageous President as “Trump” is not worth the space it takes up.

        People who support our President are eager and happy to give the man the respect he deserves and that he earns every day.

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        • briwas101 says:

          When Trump actually accomplishes any of the things he campaigned on that got him elected, then maybe I will make a habit of calling him President Trump.

          But for almost 2 years he has acted like CANDIDATE Trump, where he tweets about what SHOULD be done, as if he has no power.

          Almost 2 years as president, and he still has not taken the reigns and acted like the President.

          We are at war with the deepstate + marxism/socialism + Islam + foreign invaders.

          We are at war on ALL SIDES, and instead of leading us into battle he is tweeting from the safety of the white house.

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          • mdaush says:

            Word is he was in extreme danger in Europe from an assassination attempt. schedule was even changed because of it. Here is the deal…..either PT fights the fight win or lose or we are screwed. We are bloody but unbowed, as our leader is. Be a part of it….history is being made.

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          • permiejack says:

            Not sure why I am posting this for you but here goes anyway.
            https://www.promiseskept.com/

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            • briwas101 says:

              “he kind of sort of half-completed some things that were outlined in a draft but not actively campaigned on”
              Sorry, bro, that doesn’t cut it.

              Wall? 0%

              Deporting illegals? THERE ARE MORE ILLEGAL NOW THAN WHEN TRUMP STARTED!

              Immigration reform? Nope

              Swamp drained? 0%

              Obamacare repealed? Nope

              Sorry bro, but the things that Trump campaigned on and got votes for HAVE NOT EVEN STARTED

              I’m Not interested in your Q proofs- oops- I mean promises kept

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      • steph_gray says:

        Thank you Cuppa.

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      • yucki says:

        Ditto: Thank you, Cuppa!
        Ditto @ rvsue: …repeatedly refers to our courageous President as “Trump”

        I’m getting a bad vibe. Unwholesome.
        Ad Rem……

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      That will be Trump’s political obituary if we lose. That is if his name is even allowed in the history books. Wiki is prob. busy scrubbing his bio now.

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    • lydia00 says:

      Trump has every right to protect himself from obstruction of justice charges (or worse) considering the environment he is in. He has actually been trying to play this within the rule of law while the other side, isn’t. I don’t expect him to fall on his sword which might please many but will end up the same place.

      A Machiavellian approach only works when one has overriding force. A systemic approach is all he has while navigating enemies within. (Kellyanne Conways husband is one bizarre public example)

      It wouldn’t surprise me a bit if he decided not to run in 2020 to save what business he can. You do realize that is jeopardized? . Even internationally. Mueller is floating indicting Don Jr.. on process crimes? The democrats are about power and revenge. Trump has every right to protect himself.

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      • Judith says:

        President Trump is exposed. He has NO CHOICE BUT to run in 2020 to save both himself AND the Republic.

        Does VSGPDJT look like a quitter? And do you think these people will allow him to walk off into the sunset -ever- with zero consequences for what he has already put them through?

        This is the BIG FUGLY folks.

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      • briwas101 says:

        But then that makes Trump a coward and it would be a huge betrayal.
        Trump said he’s a fighter and that he will do the heavy lifting as president.
        Trump made all sorts of promises on the campaign trail and he is not fulfilling them.

        If Trump doesn’t run in 2020, that will cement his place in history as the biggest political coward AND liar.

        At least be willing to call Trump a failure if he fails

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        • mdaush says:

          We are only in Round 2 of a 10 round fight. History is being made…..I am on Trumps side rowing as fast as I can. Grab an oar!

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          At least be willing to troll if Satan Soros pays you to…

          Go back under the bridge with your com-nonpatriots and spread your misery and discord there. You apparently have nothing of use to offer here…

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          • briwas101 says:

            Calling someone a troll doesn’t make them a troll, and failing to actually make any points makes you a moron.

            You’re *actually* arguing that Trump would NOT be a coward if he chose not to run in 2020.

            Please explain why he would not be a coward.

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        • disgustedwithjulison says:

          Dude, you have been watching too much CNN. Trump is killing it on his promises….
          https://www.promiseskept.com/
          Yea, the wall hasn’t been built…or, are parts of it being built while we weren’t paying attention (see the HUGE military budget that was passed allowing the Army Corps of Engineers to take on the project). If the D’s can’t tank the economy in the next two years, they are cooked.

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          • briwas101 says:

            “You have been watching too much CNN”
            I don’t watch news or listen to newsradio.
            I’d say you’re low on facts and high on assumptions.

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    • oldschool says:

      101, I agree with most of your post. I used the words “impotent” and “handcuffed” a year ago. Not well received to say the least. They (uniparty, deep state) robbed us of our 45th president. Without a doubt he has refused to use his full presidential powers or has been denied them. We really don’t know which. His entire branch seems to be insubordinate and refuse to follow his orders. IMO, so does Mattis, joint chiefs and COS. If my beliefs are anywhere near the truth, POTUS will remain locked in his whitehouse tower. He will not seek a second term if he believes he will lose. Watch KAC. She’s the tell on 2nd term. JMO

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      • briwas101 says:

        You are the only other person so doesn’t trust Mattis. Everyone else acts like all of Trump’s picks are heros .

        I never trusted Mattis and I still don’t. Mattis is homosexual and he sides with the left on that issue and about the military. What other issues does Mattis side with the left on?

        Trump signed the (democrat) omnibus bill whose only “conservative” item was more money for the military. So Mattis convinced Trump that he absolutely had to get money for the military no matter what…even if it means signing an omnibus bill that makes MAGA almost impossible

        Trump surrounded himself with snakes

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Good thing you put that in caps. Otherwise I might have missed it.

      Man I am tired of slogging through trolls all day someone hand me my broadsword.

      You are of course correct my stature impaired friend. He indeed has an “uncanny ability”…. Oh my I hear the sound of horses coming up the River road they seemed to be stopping right over this little bridge home of yours. ( The creeking of the boards under the weight of horse and carriage covers the sound of my sword exiting it scabard) you seemed frighhtened. Do you fear they are here for you?
      ( He streaches his neck to peer up from under his putrid sty under the bridge ) “nothing to fear” says the troll, ” it is just a funeral prossesion” ( I rise and smile) “Not true for it is yours”

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      • briwas101 says:

        trialbytruth, you failed to address a sibgle thing i wrote. You spent your whole post calling me a troll.

        You are just like the left, calling people Nazis so what they say can be ignored and discarded.

        If all you can do is call me a troll, then deep down you know I’m right.

        Stop acting like a democrat

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        • oldschool says:

          101, I use those replies as a barometer. When the replies are nothing but personal attacks and name calling, it’s a pretty good bet they cannot present a rational counterpoint and your points are accurate. I find them quite rude and juvenille, but validating. Embrace it😉

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        • trialbytruth says:

          Wrong on so many levels my demir beast and PLEASE stop bleeding on my sword.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          You are the one who is acting like a DEMONcRAT. Project much, eh…

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          • briwas101 says:

            I gave my opinions, and supported my arguments.

            You spent your whole post calling me a troll instead of actually countering anything I said…just like a leftist.

            Even after I pointed that out, instead of you using the opportunity to actually address my points, you decided to go with , “no YOU’RE A leftist!”
            Projecting? I projected nothing, sweetie. I made my argument and supported it.

            >leftists call republicans Nazis so they can ignore every thing
            >you call me a troll so you can ignore what I said

            You argue like a leftist and I just explained how. That s not projection, it’s a rational argument

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  48. Until I see actual indictments, I won’t be getting on any more bandwagons…………we have had this parade before.

    Our President Trump has proved his commitment, now everyone else has to prove their commitment to supporting our president and draining the swamp.

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  49. Throwaway the key says:

    “Happy wife, happy life!”. For Rod Rosenstein that would be his wife, swamp atty Lisa Barsoomian. For Lisa Barsoomian, that would be Hillary Clinton/deep state.

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