Senator Lindsey Graham Discusses His Meeting With AAG Matt Whitaker…

Senator Lindsey Graham (U-DC) met with Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker earlier today and pauses to discuss with interested media.  Graham confirms Whitaker is intent on allowing the Mueller investigation to come to its natural conclusion.

Additionally, Graham discusses a potential for he and Whitaker to work together next year on issues vitally important to the institution.  [ie. do not expect any ‘spygate’ stuff being discussed at any time over the next several weeks.]

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Additionally today, the Office of Inspector General, Michael Horowitz outlined departmental priorities for the DOJ in 2019. [READ HERE] Which leans heavily toward the possibility the next DOJ-IG report will be a white-wash over the FISA abuse. Notably absent from the challenge priorities is any direct interest in eliminating corruption.

(Source Link)

I’ll ask again: How can the DOJ-IG write a report outlining political FISA abuse when the same DOJ-IG just completed a report claiming there was/is no political bias within the institution?

Think about it.

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228 Responses to Senator Lindsey Graham Discusses His Meeting With AAG Matt Whitaker…

  1. Ziiggii says:

    “Senator Lindsey Graham (U-DC)

    😂, love it!

    Liked by 24 people

    • Gil says:

      So…whats the U for? I missed the joke.

      Liked by 4 people

    • jackphatz says:

      Ya know…now that McCain is gone, Graham is getting more attention then he’s ever had before.

      Proceed with caution!

      Liked by 34 people

      • Graham hasn’t had this much attention since he was over in Egypt, with McCain, supporting Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Egyptians wanted to put the two of them, along with Anne Paterson, Obama’s Ambassador to Egypt, and the woman Mattis tried to appoint an Assistant Secretary of Defense (fortunate Trump vetoed that anti-American idea), on trial for supporting terrorism and trying to destroy Egypt.

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          • Small excerpt –

            Secular political commentator Ahmed Musa asserted:

            These two men [McCain and Graham] have made more shameless demands than the Brotherhood themselves would dare. [McCain] is not a man elected by the American people to speak on their behalf; today, he speaks on behalf of an armed terrorist organization — the Muslim Brotherhood. … We had expected [better] from these two men [McCain and Graham] who came to speak with the tongue of the Brotherhood’s leadership, as if they had been recruited as two new leaders of the Brotherhood, which killed, destroyed, and burned in al-Muqattam, and now in Rab‘a al-Adawiya [the main Brotherhood militant camp].

            The only thing missing is to see them in Rab‘a, surrounded by armed groups, and in their midst Muhammad Badie [supreme leader of the Brotherhood] and [U.S. Ambassador] Anne Patterson [whom Mattis tried to make Assistant Secretary of Defense for Policy] . That’s all that’s missing! Here comes Brother McCain [and Graham and Patterson] today saying that we must “release the [Brotherhood] prisoners”.

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            • yucki says:

              Dina Powell.
              Yeah, sure. Appoint her as UN Amb.

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            • Beverly says:

              I remember when Mattis went to bat for Patterson. She is a jihad-supporting DISASTER. And that’s when I knew that “Mad Dog” Mattis was one of THEM: yes, friends, Mattis is ALSO a swamp creature.

              Only one such would ever try to get that witch into the DOD.

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              • USMCLt says:

                Bingo! Mattis, along with hundreds (thousands?) of other flag rank officers who began their careers immediately after Vietnam, never experienced combat as a junior officers. Consequently, this generation of senior US military officers was naturally selected via politics, rather than earned, realworld combat experience. They all wear rows and rows of medals, ribbons and medallions on their uniforms, nearly none of which were earned in actual combat. Civilians are dazzled by this phony display of bravado because they don’t know any better. From the Pentagon on down our military is a bureaucratic paper tiger designed only to aggrandize undeserving bureaucrats and to burn through taxpayers money with abandon.

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              • vml9000 says:

                Hey Beverly! I was suspicious of Mattis when McCain went gaga over his appointment.

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            • Carrie2 says:

              I have never liked Graham and his so cute remarks about Trump and America ring wrong! He has never shown anything but being against our Republic and President and now with McCain dead, he thinks he can chance who he was and now wants to be. Too late and he is toooo unreliable to believe. He wants to be noticed but listen and ignore what he says as it varies.

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        • yucki says:

          “President Trump…overruled Mattis’ plot to bring in Michele Flournoy, Hillary Clinton’s likely Secretary of Defense, and move Anne Patterson, the Muslim Brotherhood’s favorite State Department hack, in as undersecretary for policy at the Pentagon.

          But not every tidal flow of the swamp can be stopped.”
          http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/266654/national-security-councils-new-pro-hamas-israel-daniel-greenfield

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      • Bullseye says:

        “Breaking: Court rules late today Hillary Clinton must answer more email questions — including key q’s about the setting up of her email system,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton tweeted after a hearing in federal court.

        https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/court-rules-hillary-clinton-must-answer-more-questions-about-her-emails

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        • rf121 says:

          Sure. It will go something like this.
          “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”, “I don’t recall”.

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          • Screaming eagle says:

            Then she will faint and will be whisked away by her band of viper-apostles to her home for 9 weeks of doctor prescribed rest. No access as she recovers. Wont emerge until the new House is sworn in in late January. She will have a new face lift and sport a new hairdo and the media will spend months talking about how remarkably young and vigorous she looks. Time for another run in 2020 !!

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          • abdiesus says:

            “what, at this point, does it really matter?”

            Liked by 1 person

          • mugzey302 says:

            “At this point, why does it matter!?!” (While wearing her coke-bottle bottom, Poindexter eyeglasses. )

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          • Carrie2 says:

            Which is why we want a real and honest court and not Congress playing games. I suggest the military courts do this. In the meantime, we build a few gallows!

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        • mtk says:

          If anything, the two years at the treehouse has taught me, “Is that when key questions that are the talking points of the MSM, as to where the focus should be, you can fairly sure those key questions are by design, meant to lead an investigation down a blind, dead end path.”

          The key questions on the HRC emails should not be the technically details, the key questions should be guided strictly by the ‘intent’ of the statutes ; and as to why, as a senior officer of the federal government saw fit to flaunt and disregard them.
          And, then every question asked, her responce should be met with a rebuttle, qualifying and identifying the narrowing scope of the next line of questioning.

          If she choose to answer, “Well, the track record of political partisanship has proven to me over the years that paper trails, led to draging before courts”. That answer should be met with, “And, with that experience, you saw fit to create an even greater impropriety by not having a paper trail. Ok but, if that is your responce, please tell us in view of the ‘muh russia’ collusion leveled against a political rival, you would not have found yourself open to all sorts of nefarious influence.”

          “Blah, got me some hot sauced nine lives, blah, blah, there is always my wiping cloth, blah”.

          So, you can not fathom, that at some critical juncture in conducting the affairs of State, you could not be black mailed with the suggestion that there are communications that could see the light of day, seeking to put you, your adminstration and the country into a negative light unless you do this(fill in the bank).

          “Well…” “Well, what!!! wouldn’t that be a prime reason not to do what you did by setting up a private email server.”
          Then after that pro forma line of questioning, HRC should be asked, “How is it not believable, when many FOIR requests that pre-date 2016, was met with scrubbing many of your communications, would not many of the provisions of the statutes that are designed to shield from having prove a negative… we can call many of an expert witiness to speak on the grand wisdom, of why these statutes have the provisions they have, and as to why they have been formulated to provided a public servant a shield.

          So why is it believable, that you should be trusted, when a basic tenant has so readily been abused?”

          Starting to get my drift, asking technologic questions only seeks to distract from asking probing questions.

          But, again that may be the intent.

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          • Sherbear61 says:

            Remember, it’s judicial watch that’s still looking for answers, where’s the DOJ, state dept or congress for that matter, not interested!
            I thank god for JW, they continue to fight for US!!!!

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        • Carrie2 says:

          With Judicial Watch and this site we get real news and what is happening. The JW fights hard and long and persist and persist and win. It is my honor to donate to them to continue fighting for America and justice.

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      • I don’t trust Senator Graham. He still needs to keep proving himself after all he did with McCain…IMHO.

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      • josco scott says:

        He’s doing and saying the right things in general.

        And always be skeptical….of everyone and everything.

        Including CTH. Because bitterness might be a natural response, but isn’t helpful.

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      • Darren says:

        I think it is odd that all of a sudden, Lindsey Graham is this big MAGA conservative. Most likely he is another rino insurance policy of sorts.

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      • noswamp says:

        NEVER TRUST Graham. Show up for Kavanaugh, disappears for Trump and Mueller. Basically told W that Mueller is untouchable. Why would he do that? Is Mueller folding camp? Or is he getting ready for phase two.
        Graham is snake and is just as corrupt as those he now pretends he is concerned about. Certainly he is protecting Mueller for a reason, maybe Mueller has something on him?

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    • Julian says:

      Trump needs to make Lindsay his new AG!!

      At least I’ve heard some folks saying that.

      Can’t for the life of me figure out why.

      That would also probably mean Senator Nikki Haley. Does anyone really think that’s a good thing?

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      • Buck says:

        LoL, most around here love them some NeoCon Nikki and the all new Based Lindsey and yes, Mad Dog “sort of a democrat” Mattis was pissed when the WH shot down more than one of his democrat jihadi sympathizers to be asst sec def.

        We’re right back to Bush era NeoCon madness most of us (awake) despised.
        They successfully flooded this administration.
        Make the Muslim Brotherhood Great Again!

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        • yucki says:

          Not on Pompeo’s watch, though.

          “[Ishaan] Tharoor also opposed Mike Pompeo’s nomination as Secretary of State because as a Congressman he sponsored legislation to designate the MB a terrorist organization, and insinuated that by doing so Pompeo was revealing his own Islamophobia. (Washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2018/04/12/trumps-would-be-secretary-of-state-has-an-islamophobia-problem/?utm_term=.549ca856a38a, April 12, 2018.)

          From: Does ‘The Washington Post’ Have A Blind Spot For The Muslim Brotherhood?
          https://www.memri.org/reports/does-washington-post-have-blind-spot-muslim-brotherhood

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          I’ve received quite an education on Mattis here today.

          I read fairly extensively about the western prong of the attack on the west side of the Euphrates in 2003. It was a successful plan, as was his execution of the post occupation Sunni raproachment.

          I say this now, believing that we never, ever, should have invaded that country.

          Taking down Afghanistan after 9/11 should have been an absolute priority. You mete out the retribution, kill the enemy assiduously, and leave a note on a tree written in Pashtun telling them that if it happens again, we’ll nuke their DNA out of the chain next time. But Iraq and the imbalance it created was a major error.

          The criticism of Mattis as a MB fan disturbs me deeply. Same for Graham.

          The MB is evil to its core.
          Read Stephen Coughlin’s “Cataclysmic Failure” it’s all the education you will ever need on why Islam won’t reform, ever, and why it must be stopped.

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      • WSB says:

        LOL! Mindless people listening to deep state media wishes. Some people need day jobs.

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      • notunderwhelmed says:

        Hell, no.

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    • yucki says:

      Ziig- ty!
      I would’ve missed it.

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    • Noe Dough says:

      After the video footage of Graham and Huma at McStains funeral….I do not trust him.
      So he met with Whitaker to make sure Muellers “witch hunt” was safe ! Unbelievable .

      Liked by 3 people

      • noswamp says:

        “After the video footage of Graham and Huma at McStains funeral….I do not trust him.
        So he met with Whitaker to make sure Muellers “witch hunt” was safe ! Unbelievable .”

        BINGO BINGO BINGO!!! YOU HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD!!!!

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    • Pedro Morales says:

      The corruption of Jeff Sessions must be told.He had to know what he was doing and what would happen. He could have resigned at anytime. He stayed there to cripple POTUS while he dined with RR and Francisco. He was never forced to recuse. It was all part of the plan. He smelled from day 1. The whole sham with Franken. The May Flower Hotel, The Russian Ambassador. LOL! He played everyone. Jeff Sessions was Gatekeeper for the Swamp. He was one of the 4 firewalls. He earned his pieces of silver for his betrayal. .

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  2. jackphatz says:

    Well, that’s what makes for a good time!

    s/

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  3. conservalicious says:

    My worst fears are coming true. I had a feeling after the release of the last IG report that the next one would be a disappointment too. Let’s hope I’m wrong.

    Liked by 11 people

    • billrla says:

      conservalicious: Take not counsel of your fears. Someone famous said that.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Niagara Frontier says:

      It’s boilerplate language in the conclusion of every government IG report and white paper regardless of the agency involved. I’ve personally seen it hundreds of times. I’ve even participated in the writing of some. Here’s the condensed version:

      1. Government employees did bad things.
      2. Their intentions were good.
      3. Policies and procedures have been put in place to ensure it doesn’t happen again.

      Expect the same from Horowitz.

      Liked by 14 people

    • California Joe says:

      No, you won’t be wrong! Horowitz is a lackey and belongs to the same club as Rosenstein. Horowitz set the ground rules for the last investigation which, first and foremost, included not second guessing any prosecutoral decisions including granting immunity to every person around Hillary Clinton as well as NOT indicating her computer guy for lying to the FBI. So, once those boundaries were established any hope of exposing the corruption ended!

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Remember, hillary et al destroyed the records AFTER they had been subpoenaed. Then immunity, then lying…

        Whittaker needs to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate the FBI/DOJ and its political bias, favoritism and “unevenness” in applying the law. Another Special Counsel to investigate uranium one (including the FBI ignoring its own “spy” evidence and attempting to prevent this evidence from reaching Congress). The FBI/DOJ has proven itself incapable of policing itself.
        And another Special Counsel to doggedly and unrelentingly investigate the weiner-hillary-classified emails and weiner’s “insurance ” file, the alleged Awan spying and theft of federal property, the Wolfe releasing of classified material (including FISA Warrant) and any illegal instructions to do so. And a Special Counsel to investigate foreign Britisn/Australian interference and use of the 5-eyes spy system to spy on our presidential campaign in our 2016 election.

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    • 6x47 says:

      It will likely follow the pattern of the last one: Damning evidence of perjury and fraud committed by investigators to violate the law and Constitutional rights of innocent Americans spelled out in great detail, with an Executive Summary that completely mis-characterizes the content as “slightly irregular, but no bias or criminal intent” and conclusions “nothing to see here – recommendation for additional training on FISA rules.”

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      • steph_gray says:

        But presumably Rosenstein wrote the last summary because of Sessions and the firewall.

        Won’t Whittaker write this one?

        Or maybe he won’t telegraph his intentions with a summary. Maybe he’ll merely take action.

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        • dbobway says:

          This here is when hope rises with a potential of courage.
          I have been entertained by the positive spin on losing the House.
          Let’s see how long it takes for McCarthy to bring back his ‘build the Wall’ proposal.
          There adds about this one Rushes radio show.
          AG Whitaker does bring some hope.
          Maybe he can find justice for ‘We’ who survive under the shadow of the DOJ’s ‘thumb’.

          “We don’t lie and cheat intentionally, we just want to win.”
          “You know, for the little people.”

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  4. Kels says:

    Swamp gonna swamp…what else is new..

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  5. ” Graham confirms Whitaker is intent on allowing the Mueller investigation to come to its natural conclusion.”

    Its “natural conclusion” ??

    A foregone conclusion is the kind of conclusion Mueller, and his pack of rabid democrats, is intent on.

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  6. My guess is that Whitaker doesn’t want to strike first. He wants the Dems to be the first to start investigating for the political point that “they started it”. He won’t have to wait long. No facts to back that up. Just a guess. I’m glad Jordan is reminding the world he hasn’t forgotten that RR is still evading congress. Darned shame he isn’t our minority leader.

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      He still has a mouth & his phone.
      Smart move.

      Liked by 3 people

    • And an equal shame that Rosenstein isn’t in a cold and dark prison till the end of time.

      Liked by 4 people

    • steph_gray says:

      I like how you think, Austin.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      I just said much the same thing with Whitaker above, I should have read down first. In one sense Trump has so acted in response to events rather than driving it forward in the Russia Mueller SC. I can only assume he doesn’t want to be seen as pushing or favoring certain things because everything he does can or will be ruled as obstruction of some sort.

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    • MelH says:

      I’m curious who votes for those offices. I always wanted Jim Jordan but felt like it was dumb of him to not put on a jacket and LOOK like he deserved the honor. it was the wrong time, in his life, to stand on the principle that looks don’t make the man. McCarthy LOOKS like a boss! i have NO affinity for him and am sorry he won, but optics count these days.

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  7. Monticello says:

    Graham…..what a joke. No mention or acknowledgement that the proposed legislation is in direct conflict with the separation of powers!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Monticello says:

      To clarify, the legislation as proposed would effectively mean that a special Counsel once appointed is above all of our government. What an idiotic farce.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Those who advocate for this legislation must have studied constitutional law under Professor Obama. Imagine the damage he did to young minds at the University of Chicago between 1992 and 2004, and beyond. Please God, help us recover from his damage.

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      • the Jacksonian Grouch says:

        @Niagara, re: “…Professor Obama…” –

        that picture has, since 2007, solidified itself into the American conscience as proving this trickster/shyster’s bona fides as a Constitutional paragon. Over 69 million bought this bullshit and pulled the lever for this travesty, believing this lie (the rest of us saw through the bullshit and voted accordingly…).

        And why was it a lie? Because in the above pic, the deeper truth was there for all to see – he was expounding on Alinskian relationships built on self-interest.

        I sometimes wonder, with so many citizens here – who though citizens by accident of birth I simply cannot call them Americans in the patriotic sense – bent on assaulting our Constitution, how we can defeat them.

        This may be what Whitaker Chambers thought when he said that he was fighting on the losing side.

        the JG

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        • Jederman says:

          “Over 69 million bought this bullshit and pulled the lever for this travesty… . So true.

          Without a corrupt and obedient “news” media it would have never happened. They are the enemy of the people. They are the common denominator in all the Left’s success.

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    • Litlbit2 says:

      IMHO, Graham like Gowdy could have been a great leader with his named recorded in history books for helping to save the USA while President Trump would have had his back.

      Instead their past actions show them to have lost their credibility for greed, swamp pool side tables with name recognition of the “me too” corrupt. They gave away their most precious gift! Their family name?

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  8. Rawkstar says:

    Come out, it will. Timing is everything. The Big Ugly. Trust the plan. Q. I mean Sundance 😂

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    • freedom says:

      The Big Ugly will never happen, and I am truly, heartbreakingly disappointed in Trump for this failure.

      Liked by 3 people

      • GB Bari says:

        Concern noted.

        Liked by 8 people

        • Tl Howard says:

          Good, GB Bari. You can not my concern too, my disgust. There is only one way DJT is re-elected and only one way he can get his economic program, the one Sundance calls the program for Main Street, on firmer ground, and that’s to unveil the conspiracy. That’s it.

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          • Tl Howard says:

            Correction, “NOTE”…”You can NOTE my concern too, my disgust” GB Bari.

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          • A hard truth, with which I agree completely. The Insane Left has to be exposed as such, or it will win.

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            • Jederman says:

              I agree. Not just for political points, but because justice is important, and rare. If the DS no longer cares that half of the country perceives a two tiered “justice” system that looks out for the DS/globalists only, while it hammers deplorables (Flynn… et al) it tells me it’s over. They’re not even bothering with window dressing and “happy to glad” changes. Just a stonewall.

              They believe (for good reason, at this point) they can’t be touched and feel no pressure to get half the country back in their corner. The half not in their corner will become their almost exclusive target – until they have 100% compliance.

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        • purpleibby says:

          Right now, it’s looking like Mueller is going after Trump’s son….who’s family got a ricin scare(fake or not), Trump who gave millions, is not taking a salary, and his family is getting death threats daily who’s working his ass off for us. They get trashed and hated by the media and insane folks daily. How much skin in the game do you have compared to Trump? Wise up and look in the mirror.

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          • GB Bari says:

            I am not the person who expressed being “heartbreakingly disappointed in Trump for his failure”. I have no such disappointment for our POTUS nor do I think PDJT has failed, plus I fully agree with your observations about the President and his family.

            Please re-read the sub-thread and regard the context of my original reply. “Concern noted” is not an affirmative reply to a negative post.

            Perhaps you replied to me in error and intended your ad hominem for the poster to whom I replied.

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      • wondering999 says:

        ? Disappointed in Trump? Trump has been working harder than anyone else, over enormous obstacles, and he doesn’t give up.

        It’s up to all of us to MAGA ourselves despite hostile lying press, deluded friends and family, and troll armies working to degrade the spirit. Fear not that which kills the body, but that which kills the soul… and do your part to make this country and this world a better place. With “freedom” comes responsibility and a heck of a lot of people have been shirking their part

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        • littlequilterkitty says:

          Excellent point! If only the Repubs worked as hard as PDJT–a world of good could get done!

          Liked by 8 people

        • Bastiat says:

          Well, when you vote for the guy who is literally in charge of the “Justice” Department that either turns a blind eye to or directly participates in corruption, and he does pretty much nothing about it, disappointment seems apt.

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        • Amen, amen, amen, reminds me of one of the old westerns when the whole town, women, children AND men all cowered in their houses hoping the gunslinger would ride into town and save them, doing all dirty work of confronting the bad guys.

          That is not how our country came into being. Trump can’t do it alone, any more than George Washington single handedly defeated the British.

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      • Avi says:

        Trump never promoted the Big Ugly or that the congenital nazi muller was a white hat, or that Sessions and Huber ( where is he) we’re playing 64-di chess, or that there was 60,000 sealed indictments.
        It was all crap created by Judas Goats wind pushed by useful idiots.

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      • chipin8511 says:

        I am more than pissed off right now. These rat bastards get away with the in your face corruption. I lost faith we will never see sunlight on the corruption

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        From I have seen read as an outsider, President Trump has no power what so ever. It is sickening and that good Man is doing everything possible to make America the best and people, yes the people that support him congress senate do squat. Not fair to him. I hope for his health and sanity and his families he does not run again, and to hell with America. Sorry but I love that man PDJT and many of us outsiders have said they have never seen a President do what this wonderful man is doing. Please give him to us we will cherish and support him, in the street whatever it takes,

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      • jackphatz says:

        Trump didn’t fail at this, all of this is out of his control. You should be heartbreakingly disappointed that so many within the Republican Party, the MSM, half of the citizens are on board with all this.
        You can’t blame Trump for the actions of others.

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      • Jederman says:

        Indications are that there won’t even be a “Little Ugly.”

        Liked by 1 person

      • Pedro Morales says:

        Nothing will happen. No gitmo, no tribunerals, no big ugly, no Awan, no FISAgate, no spygate, No FBI plea deals, No FbI cooperation, no prison for Brennan Clapper Comey, No charges for mcCabe Strock Page, no HRC email, no UR-1, No Clinton Foundation. NOTHING! Nothing has happened and nothing will happen. I was a realist and never thought most of this would happen. I did think they would get the story told and maybe get Mccabe Strock and Page. But that is doubtful. My guess is POTUS is being leveraged. They got Jared and Donny on a process crime and the price is FISAgate. Mueller is a referee. He is there to broker a deal between POTUS and the Swamp.

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      • MelH says:

        freedom, don’t you feel massively defeated? Like you sooo believed this was finally gonna be the time the righteous won? I am with you!

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    • TreeClimber says:

      Such nastiness towards Sundance is not appreciated here. Go elsewhere.

      Liked by 5 people

  9. beachbum31 says:

    Too failed too Big

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  10. For Eyes says:

    To state what is now obvious, we put way too much faith in the IG to make everything come out OK

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  11. Sneaky Pete says:

    We’ll move into a new phase soon in any case. MAGA will either explode into action, or people will give up on it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      “MAGA will either explode into action, or people will give up on it.”

      MAGA is orthogonal. In the big picture, it’s somewhat related to FBI/DOJ institutional corruption. But, really, it’s a higher calling of The People and the few brave elected officials and business types willing to embrace it.

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    • Normally Quiet Observer says:

      +Sneaky Pete … I think you are absolutely correct! The average conservative constitutionalist American has been waiting, waiting, and more waiting to see the so called promised ‘perp walks’, handcuffs, and then prison doors, or execution chambers slamming shut. If these things don’t happen, and happen soon (We are seriously tired of waiting!!!!) then I do believe we ARE going to see the explosion. As Sean Connery said, in the movie ‘The Hunt for Red October’ …”A little revolution now and again is a good thing, don’t you agree?” I fear for my country that it might have to come to that, but I can see it coming more, and more every single day, and I hear it more often when ‘out and about in the streets’. If you or I had committed 1/100th of the crimes that are openly talked about every single day, that are common knowledge of the masses, and easily provable … we would already be sitting UNDER the jails! IMHO … Americans won’t be giving up on it (Justice) any time soon, but it may have to take a slightly different form than we are accustomed to seeing.

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      • A ModerateMan says:

        Normally Quiet… what I would like to see is honesty and forthrightness from all concerned…Mueller, DOJ, FBI, those nasty democrat senators and the entire cast of characters including yes, PDJT. Mueller shouldn’t need this much time to conclude his work.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        As Sean Connery said, in the movie ‘The Hunt for Red October’ …”A little revolution now and again is a good thing, don’t you agree?”

        Just an FYI
        Sean was quoting Thomas Jefferson.

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    • Linda K. says:

      Whatever happened to the sentencing of Michael Flynn….?

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  12. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    Lindsey is angling for something. I do not trust him.

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  13. “Additionally today, the Office of Inspector General, Michael Horowitz outlined departmental priorities for the DOJ in 2019. [READ HERE] Which leans heavily toward the possibility the next DOJ-IG report will be a white-wash over the FISA abuse. Notably absent from the challenge priorities is any direct interest in eliminating corruption.”

    This is so depressing it makes me want to cry myself to sleep. When are we going to get justice because it is coming from no one in power and whoever we elect to do the job doesn’t seem able to get it done either. We cannot allow the permanent destruction and overthrow of our country by special interests, foreign and domestic.

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    • Julian says:

      Trust Trump.

      Trump now controls the DOJ & FBI.

      he knows what he’s doing but he’s only been in there for under 2 years!

      Have a little patience man!!

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      • Sharon says:

        Julian people here don’t have any patience they expecting miracles in everything to get done in two years regarding all the corruption that’s been going on for decades. Stupid

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        • littlequilterkitty says:

          Good point Sharon. The deep tentacles of government corruption didn’t grow in only two years, and it will certainly take much more time than two years to root out any significant amount.

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        • Terri says:

          I don’t know about anyone else but I live in central California and it feels like I’ve been waiting patiently for justice for a very long time.

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      • Avi says:

        If he’s controlled the DOJ a certain Gestapo Chief would never had been appointed to a witch hunt.

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        • Truth seeker says:

          Exactly. He’s severely handcuffed by the whole Mueller scam. That’s one of the main points of it. Trump can’t go after the dirty cops if he’s trying to defend himself and his family against him.

          Notice Mueller is hard after anyone who supported Trump’s campaign. Everyone involved in getting Trump elected has been in Mueller’s cross-hairs. I also believe part of the swamp strategy is to take down the Trump “machine” so if he does run again in 2020 he won’t have any hardened campaigners to support him.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      One cannot make America great again w/out addressing the corruption at the heart of EVERYTHING.

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  14. Joe says:

    There’s two America’s now.

    The oligarchs who run the country and the rest of us.

    The balance of power is evaporating before our very eyes so even electing an aggressive President is no longer an alternative because oligarchs rule.

    There are examples of this in the past, it’s nothing new.

    The trick was to dilute the honor and privilege of being an American citizen.

    Once there are enough non-citizen citizens, the predators could run wild.

    Human nature.

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  15. Did anyone REALLY expect something wonderful or definitive to come of any of the IG’s reports? Once a bureaucrat, always a bureaucrat. All of these reports elevate form over substance and they never tell us anything new (thanks to Sundance) nor can there be any consequences for wrongdoing by the government employees who keep getting their outrageous salaries and benefits regardless of what they do.

    When it comes to people who work for the Government, whether it’s your lowest town employee to the high and mighty in DC- there’s no reward for success nor penalty for failure.

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    • yucki says:

      I did, Seneca.
      I REALLY believed that with PTrump at the helm, everything was possible.
      I held on to wishful thinking for too long. Magical thinking.

      It was fun.

      That’s why I feel down now, but that’s okay. I’m back on earth. Our President is as remarkable as he is human. I’m even more grateful for all he manages to accomplish.

      Time to understand what’s realistic and appreciate every move in the right direction. The goals remain the same, but I’m adjusting my expectations.

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  16. Why does the AG owe Graham any reassurances? Graham should not be privy to the inside scoop in ongoing investigations. The last I saw, Grassley was still trying to determine whether he wanted to give up the Chair of the Judiciary. He seemed to be leaning toward staying in this position. I don’t trust Lindsey Graham with the Chairmanship of the Judiciary. That is obviously what is angling for so he can control the narrative and protect his “friends”.

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  17. Nikita's_UN_Shoe says:

    INVESTIGATION is the code word for all U.S. Government coverups conducted by the UniParty.

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  18. Kia1 says:

    So Sundance, are you saying there is no chance of any prosecutions?

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    • GB Bari says:

      No. Sundance is presenting the facts, the evidence, and essentially saying that, so far, there are no prosecutions of individuals who obviously (due to evidence) committed crimes, and there are no prosecutions being indicated in any current quoted statements or reports.

      That does not preclude any from happening, just that none are indicated by the info that has been made public so far.

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      • Linus in W.PA. says:

        I wish I was reading it the same way you are, GB Bari.

        If the IG report can’t even be accurate as to the crimes that were committed, it seems to me that nothing will change, and the criminals who did the crimes will remain intact.

        It’s very sad in my book.

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        • GB Bari says:

          There’s a difference between speculation based on one’s hopes and beliefs, versus predictions based on all evidence known to date. As the famous disclaimer about buying stocks says, historical performance is no guarantee of future earnings.

          Sundance is correct to not paint a wishfully rosy picture when the known facts don’t support it. But things can change quickly with this President.

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          • Linus in W.PA. says:

            You may have noted that as of late, Sundance has been ending some of his ‘articles’ with unanswered questions.

            I still believe in the Trumpet.

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  19. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Notably absent from the challenge priorities is any direct interest in eliminating corruption.”

    I see a lot of “Political Correctness”. though. Notice “and Safeguarding Civil Liberties” right at the top. After this past election, I notice there is no mention of combating “voter fraud”, either.

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  20. Truthfilter says:

    I read Sundance’s post and commented before I watched the video. (I don’t like videos as much as reading.) LG said that Mueller would be allowed to wrap up the investigation, that Whitaker would follow a legal and professional chain of command when dealing with Mueller. To me, LG looked pale faced and his tone was sober and gloomy. I don’t necessarily see it as negative.

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  21. Amber says:

    So I guess the leverage argument didn’t pan out?
    Didn’t POTUS say he was going to release the FISA documents himself if Harrowitz was taking too long?

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  22. andy says:

    I thought the first report said they could not prove bias in Clinton investigation but could not rule out bias in the Trump investigation. Fairly sure fisa/trump investigation bias was left on the table.

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  23. Whitaker hasn’t been in the driver’s seat long enough to make any sort of lasting impression on this process. Horowitz is also an Obama appointee, and probably has written the FISA report “for Rosenstein”. It’ll probably be whitewashed, but what will matter is what Whitaker does against the findings. He can look at the report and say “this is whitewashed, there’s evidence that it’s way worse than H is saying, so we’re going to fire ABC and do XYZ”. That’ll be the litmus test.

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  24. andy says:

    “Private Sector Partnerships in Cybersecurity”

    OIG is telling us Fusion GPS will become part of the Counter intel apparatus.

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  25. Caius Lowell says:

    I love the way we Americans all have to pretend that Mueller is legitimate — just wonderful…

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  26. meow4me2 says:

    Would we expect the IG to post anything for 2019 relevant to uncovering corruption and the prosecution thereof? The IG investigates and reports. He refers out for prosecution, right? He has already done his part on the investigations. In essence, he’s finishing off the old topics. What did the “challenges” say for 2017-2018?

    Also, when it comes to IGs, they can be directed to cover other topics, right? This isn’t necessarily the final list.

    Sorry, I know people are feeling that same old Uniparty feeling, but maybe it’s enough to investigate adherence to policies and practices to nail people for taking bribes from journalists to leak info, etc. It’s more innocuous sounding to dupe the bad guys than saying “illegal, fraudulent actions subverting the freedoms of American citizens”.

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  27. Sprawlie says:

    Lindsey let slip the real aim of Flake’s grandstanding when he mentioned he would not hold Justices hostage. Before the election I was confident Republicans were on track for 56 Senate seats. How unfortunate that it is 52 with MS pending because it means that SCOTUS nominations must navigate through snakes like Flake, Murkowski, Collins, Romney. Flake’s thoroughly disgusting attempt to extend the “firewall” provided by the Mueller fraud to meddle in the President’s constitutional right to nominate Justices, and deny his colleagues their constitutional right to confirm people to the Third Branch is so barefaced that it might actually work to convince the fence-sitting critters that the fraud has to end.

    Graham, like all other snakes in the swamp, is there to use the power of the government to reap the greatest benefit to him and those that pay him. However, he (or his masters) appear to have decided that their aims are achievable by working with the President. My guess is Graham’s goal is an immigration bill like the Goodlatte bill but with an expanded amnesty group.

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    • TheDAwg says:

      You are onto it Sprawlie. Romney is the new Flake. They just need 51 so that Romney can hold the Senate hostage on anything the dems want. The fix is well and truly in.

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  28. chojun says:

    My fear is that the OIG will indeed white-wash the FISA report if Rosenstein is in charge. Hopefully Matt Whitaker will allow the report to come forward with minimal intervention. The idea that an auditor should be muffled or muted by the auditee is patently absurd.

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  29. jeans2nd says:

    Did everyone hear the part where AAG Whitaker intends to maintain AG Jeff’s priorities and agenda?
    Had any of these people been paying attention, they would have seen/heard AAG Whitaker doing exactly that yesterday, following in the footsteps of AG Jeff and continuing the AG Jeff “Boost LEO Morale” tour. Attaboys all around.

    Graham intends to guide AAG Whitaker in following the DOJ rules, procedures, and protocols (shades of McTraitor here, may he RIP). By the book.
    But only for the little people, mind you. The special people intend to do what is best for you.
    Follow the rules and procedures. Protocols. Protect the institution, no matter what the cost. Period.

    As for the IG, well…did we really expect anything else?

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  30. dufrst says:

    Sundance, you will soon have to add the face of David Horowitz to your three in that last graphic. The IG is a tool too. Sessions was and has been an unmitigated disaster for President Trump!

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  31. Suzanne says:

    Pretty soon we will be faced with 2 choices… submit or water the Tree of Liberty. I pray all the time that a clear path will materialize for us…. kind of like that scene from The Legend of Bagger Vance where Matt Damon saw the line for his putt on the last hole but I can’t see any other choices. Voting doesn’t work (see Florida). I believe that the Good Lord sent PDJT to us so I have to believe his vision is a whole lot better than mine.

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  32. Robert Smith says:

    Rosenstein on Whitaker, body language analysis.

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  33. Kelly says:

    A question i noticed that was not asked to
    Sen. Graham was that if he spoke at all
    to Whitaker about looking into the request
    That were made about appointing a special
    Counsel to investigate into what Clinton,
    DNC,fbi, DOJ, cia, fisa , etc.

    Whitaker does not have to stop mueller
    Right now but he could at least let justice
    Be equal. There is a lot of evidence w/ research that
    DOJ has that RR , DOJ/nsd weren’t willing to work with
    The Congress oversight committees on. He should appt
    a S.C. an then the senate at least can get to
    Work an do confirmations on judges an other positions
    PDJT needs confirmed!!!

    Or is that just a lot of wishful thinking..??

    As far as with the IG that will probably
    Be watered down like the last. Maybe no bias
    An they all lived happily ever after. IMO

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  34. 6x47 says:

    Huh – sooo, apparently it’s totally cool for the Democrats to abuse power, weaponize the government against Americans, and commit fraud on a massive scale to try and steal elections- and the GOP just laughs it off and pretends none of it ever happened.

    Oh – but when Democrats get the chance they put Republicans in jail over manufactured process crimes.

    Got it. So glad that’s cleared up.

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  35. Donna in Oregon says:

    Rosenstein. Lie Detector. Boot. Unemployed.

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  36. JimmyJack says:

    As I keep saying, Graham is SWAMP SWAMP SWAMP. Don’t fall for his new act.

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  37. C says:

    **Places a quarter in the curse jar**
    Then says, “WTF???!!!”

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  38. I would encourage everyone to read the last section of the report. The preface notes that this last item–not following Dept. policies and procedures is “new” this year. The discussion–pp. 28-30 in the attachment includes specific comments about misbehaviors and violations that were covered in earlier IG reports.
    A couple of eyebrow raising comments in this section for me, at least were:
    1) 5 instances of violating whistleblower protections, with intimidation of whistleblowers. Any surprise that the rotten practices at the top of DOJ, FBI, ATF, etc. are not effectively policed? When there is no way to protest effectively, then the bullies at the top of agencies are able to act with impunity. It would be interesting to hear what Sen. Grassley thinks of this.
    2) Misuse of confidential informants in ATF and inability to track payments…sigh, no surprise
    3) Sexual harassment and at least one instance of sexual assault.
    4)More comments on contact of employees–at ALL levels including lower level employees–with the media. In other words, leaks galore.

    Having read many audits and other such reports for Board level consumption (as part of my turnaround work), this is a damning report. It will be interesting to see what happens in clean-up, esp. given the large number of major issues to address. This is kind of like having 9 MOUs (Memorandums of Understanding)–not a pretty picture.

    Of course, if this were a private company the consequences would be far more serious, and there would be wholesale cleaning out of the ranks. That is the issue with Civil Service provisions, not to mention the SES folks.

    Thx, as always, to SD for posting these docs.

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    • Having watched the LG video after reading the docs, it may be that Sen Graham is referring to exactly this issue when he discusses Whittaker’s ideas about reforming the Justice dept.

      Also found Graham’s emphasis on “regular order” and “Chain of command” enlightening regarding Mueller. Seems to me that means that with Whittaker at the helm, Mueller’s work will filter THRU Whittaker. Hopefully Acting AG Whittaker can manage to strangle the leaks from Mueller’s team–which would be considered important under “regular order” and “chain of command”.

      Of course, no guarantees as we know that many on Mueller’s team are rats of the first order.

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      • 6x47 says:

        Whitaker would do wonders by simply rescinding the “expanded authority” granted to Mueller to operate as freelance US Attorneys with unlimited scope to prosecute anything, anywhere, anytime and then properly specifying a crime to investigate: “Did Donald Trump, between the beginning of his campaign through Election Day 2016 ,either personally or through an intermediary, commit a violation of USC (whatever) by enlisting the help of the Russian state to steal information from the DNC and/or John Podesta and publish it through Wikileaks.”

        We all know there is absolutely zero evidence of Trump campaign involvement in either incident.

        Mueller would have no choice but to wrap it up.

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    • You cannot judge them by what they SAY, especially in format and supposedly definitive “reports”…just remember, such reports are “full of it”. They are “boilerplate” (standard, meaningless drivel masqueraded as honest and expert analysis).

      You MUST judge them by what they DO. And that’s despite the hard fact that, in politics, the truth hurts.

      In short, there is no good in this, or any past, report on any aspect of this ongoing self-destruction of America.

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    • steph_gray says:

      And many thanks to you, wisdom, for culling out important aspects!

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  39. marko says:

    not impressed at all with what I’m hearing from Graham. Whitaker is a place holder. The mueller witch hunt continues and nothing being done about the corruption withFISA the fake dossier and the attempt to frame POTUS and clear clinton.

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  40. CA M says:

    There are a LOT of things about Spygate and this whole Mueller investigation/ IG report / DC swamp that don’t make sense. So as much as I think Rosenstein and Mueller are in a massive cover up for the previous administration(s), this kinda of “turn a blind eye” by both Sessions and now Whitaker is puzzling at best. And why would there be a report last spring that said Trump was not being investigated? What the heck is really going on?!

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  41. Piggy says:

    Hope the “(U) DC” catches on. 👌

    Get some other sites doing it.

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  42. Bill R says:

    Unfortunately nothing substantial will happen. Crimes of the Deep State will go unpunished. Illegal aliens will continue to live here and flood the borders.

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  43. mark says:

    I just pray that when they finally force President Trump to release the unredacted Fisa documents ( you know like bringing charges against JK or some crap like that) that enough White Hats have seen the original and those documents are NOT altered. Matt Whitaker of course has to do the walk through as the new AAG, meet the troops, establish his chain of command and meet with POS like Ms. Lindsey. But I bet Ms. Lindsey doesn’t speak for the AAG. So he met with him and got the hallway interview. Let’s give Matt Whitaker a chance.
    Interesting that when asked the question about Flake he repeated the AAG will follow the blah blah blah. You just said that it’s a different question so what’s going through your mind. I thought you were a JAG at one time. I’m still hopeful.

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    • steph_gray says:

      “They” finally “force” President Trump? Hmm.

      With all due respect, I believe he will make his own decision and not be forced to do anything. And I do expect that at a time of his choosing we will see the FISA.

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  44. iwasthere says:

    Ok, so we have a new acting AG. Why doesn’t the house committee Nunes – simply make a classified report. Name names, list the dates, times and acts of the abuse at both DOJ/FBI. And I would include supervisors. And foist the report on the new AG? This at least would empower the AG to act – to investigate, to fire for failure to supervise, and for the conduct. IMHO, we need an event – that burns into the institutional DNA of DOJ/FBI – that you mess with domestic politics, you abuse the patriot act capabilities to spy on political opponents -> and you have touched the third rail. You will be shamed and fired. And yep not seeing the IG list “FISA abuse” and “selective enforcement” and “contractor staffing” as one of the DOJ challenges is certainly pointing to an institutional IG white wash on deck. And, no, the AG should not simply kick the report over to the IG – what a joke. I would love the see that 99 page FISA court order – fully redacted. What on earth could be classified about the names of the contractors? It’s not like you can sue the government for defamation.

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    • mark says:

      Will Nunes request that Matt Whitaker release to his committee the documents RR refused to give him?

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    • Lactantius says:

      We pretty much know that our national security apparatus operates in the shadows as do all intelligence agencies around the world. Call that the deep, deep swamp. We should know that some of our citizens are true rats who would overthrow the U.S. in a heartbeat. So, tacitly, we are “glad” to have them ferreted out and dealt with.

      I suspect that the DOJ, FBI, NSA, CIA, and XYZ stray into areas which are constitutionally questionable in dealing with citizens who seemingly pose some form of threat to the national security. That means, in a public airing, with all sorts of hearings and lawyers, we would greatly harm our system of national security. Ergo, Hillary Clinton gets to walk, because her defenders would spill important beans that would tear up our alliances and our system of national security. Were we a fascist state, it “would be taken care of.” But we aren’t. So, we have to hide and leave some rotten apples alone.

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      • mark says:

        I’m still hopeful Lactantius even if you are right and you probably are. I just don’t believe we’ll go down without a fight. Too many Patriots know the truth and like I’ve been saying President Trump will only get involved in any kind of Doc drop when they force him to. He wants his Justice Dept. to do their JOB, seek justice. That way he can say it wasn’t me it was the US Justice Dept. doing its job.
        If and when those documents are exposed, I gotta think shortly after, there’s gonna be rioting in the streets and shots fired. The need for Marshal Law and curfews stuff like that. Glad I live in a Republican enclave.

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        • Boots says:

          If and when those documents are exposed, I gotta think shortly after, there’s gonna be rioting in the streets and shots fired.
          —–
          If Americans across the country didn’t protest, let alone riot, in the streets as elections across the country were being stolen in broad daylight, with fists raised high in defiance of the law and of Republican voters…..why on earth would they riot in the streets if DJT releases documents that most of them will (1) never read, (2) or understand if they do read the, (3) or care about even if they do understand them?

          We just witnessed an exact replay of how the Nazi’s and Stalin’s party stole elections by ballot stuffing, threats (Antifa, Maxine Waters “get in their face”, Holder “kick em”), bold breaking of laws, refusals to follow court orders, and……courts complicit in the coup of our election process. And what did Americans choose as their overwhelming response?

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          • mark says:

            Please forgive me for not explaining my statement very well. What I meant was, if those documents are exposed people will be arrested. If Obama was arrested do you think that there would be riots? How about Hillary? How about Brennan, Clapper on down the line Senators, Congressman staffers ect. Isn’t that what this is all about Drain the Swamp. I’m glad I live in a Republican enclave.

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          • Veni Vidi Covfefe says:

            Spot on, boots

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    • JX says:

      This Sunday it will be 7 months since Congress referred Comey for lying to and obstructing Congress. There is no reason for DOJ inaction. If Whittaker fails to act on this very soon then we know we have Sessions II.

      Will Whitaker prosecute DOJ/FBI criminal malfeasance, or will he continue the cover up?

      If he continues the cover up then it will be another two years before any possibility of action. Thank you Mr. Sessions. Thank you very much. /s

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      • Boots says:

        If he continues the coverup it will be another two years before any possibility of action.
        —–
        Can Trump replace Whittaker with someone else if he finds Whittaker not doing what he (Trump) expects? If yes, then maybe (!) that replacement will act on ALL the criminal referrals to the DOIJ (InJustice).

        Nothing guarantees Trump will run or win in 2020. In fact, Democrats are furiously fighting to ensure that Trump loses, by furiously stealing elections across America. Dems counted on and were aided by Republican’s spineless, gutless, pussified responses to having sand kicked in their faces and their women taken away in broad daylight.

        Americans are losing a very good opportunity, maybe a God given one (?), to take the the streets and PROTEST LIKE OUR LIVES DEPEND ON IT, because in fact, our lives, those of our children and grand children, and the future of America are IN OUR OWN HANDS. That’s what this country did to stop a government takeover:

        t”….he revolution consisted of perhaps thirty million Egyptians taking to the streets to oust the Brotherhood. …”
        https://pjmedia.com/blog/msm-blackout-egyptians-enraged-by-u-s-outreach-to-muslim-brotherhood/

        Besides massive, angry, protests and riots (YES), Americans must collectively bow the knee and pray to God for forgiveness of our national and personal sins. And beg His mercy and grace be poured on us, and that He withdraw his hand from America and restore America to the (1) God fearing and (2) successful country she once was.

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        • JX says:

          There’s no time to waste.

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        • All In for MAGA says:

          “Besides massive, angry, protests and riots …”

          Americans are not Egyptians. Our culture has been diluted with “diversity” to the point there is no general consensus of opinion due to all the foreign cultures that now permeate the U.S.of A.

          Wishing for a huge protest or mass march is a pipe dream. We are divided, just as our masters wish us to be, therefore there will be no revolution.

          I say this with sorrow.

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  45. Boots says:

    America is reaping what she has sown. That’s not what I say. That’s what God says in Deut 28.

    29) …..day after day you will be oppressed and robbed, with no one to rescue you.
    >We are daily robbed and oppressed by the Democrat party and MSM. We have no one except DJT to rescue us. However, Satan strongly oppresses DJT by using the Democrat party.

    34) The sights you see will drive you mad.
    >Broward. Palm Beach. SpyGate. Hillary ServerGate. Strozk testifying in person. Etc.

    43) The alien who lives among you will rise above you higher and higher, but you will sink lower and lower.
    >The Democrat party puts more value on illegals and spends more time on them than on Americans and upholding their oath of office.

    61) The Lord will also bring on you every kind of sickness and disaster not recorded in this Book of the Law, until you are destroyed.
    >Not recorded: Democrat party. DACA. FISA/C. Patriot Act. McCain. Obama. Hillary. Christine Blasey Ford. Feinstein. Pelosi. Federal Reserve. Incorporation of America. UN.

    66)You will live with constant dread both night and day, never sure of your life.
    >Are we not daily unsure of what will become of America? Of our values, morals? Of our 2nd Amd, 1st Amd, 4th Amd, 14th Amd rights?

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  46. railer says:

    Unfortunately, it appears Whitaker will be doing what I feared he’d be doing, which is to negotiate Trump’s final settlement with the Swamp. Mueller goes away and nothing else happens. The Muh Russia conspiracy didn’t destroy Trump’s candidacy and it won’t remove him from office, so it failed. The conspirators won’t be punished, so the rule of law failed. This may be the best deal Trump can get, if he chooses to focus on MAGA and not battle the Deep State continuously. He just needs to retain a few hole cards so the Swamp doesn’t back out of the final settlement.

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    • Boots says:

      Well, Railer, you might be onto something there. America would end up with the equivalent of this:

      “We have peace in our time.”
      – Lord Pussy Chamberlain

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      • railer says:

        I doubt Trump’s dumb enough to think his enemies aren’t still his enemies, no matter the agreement they come to.

        I think the difference between Trump’s situation and the British in 1938 is that the British were unwilling to negotiate and give up station in world affairs, even though they didn’t have the financial capital and oomph to push the ambitious agenda they were flaunting. The British lied and bluffed, and bluffed and lied, to their own people and everybody else, rather than sitting down with the Italians and others and cutting some deals that made sense, and while costing them some pieces of the pie, would truly parry an existential threat. The British were stupid and blustering and greedy and refused to change course. I don’t expect Trump to make similar mistakes, as that hasn’t been his history. He seems to look for the win-win in most cases.

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  47. TEXAZ Patriot says:

    I’m done. What’s the FN point. Drain the Swamp my *SS!!!

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    • zooamerica says:

      You seriously think 30 plus years of corruption can be cleaned up and resolved in less than 2 years?

      Really?

      Reality is the cleanup of The Swamp will take a lot of time and patience and no “silver bullet,” solution to fix everything in one fell swoop exists.

      ANY plan to take down the Deep State must be slow, methodical, under the radar and full of rabbit holes so as to keep the enemy constantly guessing.

      Too many people are expecting President Trump to chop down the Deep State tree with one big swing…doesn’t work that way.

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  48. MaineCoon says:

    The majority of the time Lindsay spent talking about how there is a process regarding handling SC and nothing will interfere with the completion of Muller’s probe. I am tired of hearing this comment. Same from Trey G. TIred of it. I see no justification in having a SC at this point.

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