The FBI Raided My Sister’s House….

There are two known FBI whistleblowers; both tangentially connected to the FBI handling of Clinton matters.  The first is William D Campbell, the whistleblower client of Victoria Toensing who has given testimony about Uranium-one (Clinton/Mueller) to the HPSCI and Senate Judiciry Committees. [More Here]

The second is the more recently known FBI whistleblower, Dennis Cain, who gave documents to DOJ/FBI Inspector General Michael Horowitz that were passed on to the HPSCI (House) and SSCI (Senate). [More Here]

In this video the sister-in-law of Dennis Cain, Gracie West, describes recent events.

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Notably at the 2:23 point, Ms. West communicates her understanding that the FBI personnel who raided the home of Mr. Cain were unaware of his confirmed and protected whistleblower status.  If accurate, that’s very interesting.

If the FBI officials lack of knowledge is factually true (an assumption) the question(s) would be:

Who authorized the raid; and what was the precept for it?
Additionally, why wouldn’t they know of Mr. Cain’s whistleblower status?

We already know the Senate Intelligence Committee is at significant risk and entirely tied-up in the matrix of a weaponized intelligence apparatus.  As a result of the SSCI participating in all of the unlawful ‘spygate’ and ‘insurance policy’ events, the SSCI is compromised.  [Summary Reminder Here]  Did members within the SSCI share knowledge of Mr. Cain’s activity with their corrupt, and similarly at risk, allies in the DOJ and FBI?  Was that the predicate for the raid?

Along the same lines:

♦President Trump has made a point to note he did not, and does not, know Matthew Whitaker prior to the interim appointment as acting U.S. Attorney General.  Heck, he’s gone out of his way to seemingly overemphasize this point.

Who advised the President to appoint Whitaker?
Why did they advise the President to appoint Matt Whitaker?

♦It is also noted that John Solomon broadcast last evening that U.S. Attorney John Huber reached out to another whistleblower, perhaps a third, presumably within the Clinton Foundation late Friday. Name Unknown.  [Video Here]

Who would have told John Solomon that event took place?
Why would someone inform John Solomon that event took place?

Interestingly these data-points and questions can be viewed differently depending on the disposition of the reviewer.

From an optimistic perspective (ie. Rosenstein/Mueller honorable) these could be good events, and indicate action taken for good intents and purposes…..  Or, by reviewing the action from a disposition where each activity is being undertaken to protect the administrative state and corrupt officials (ie. Rosenstein/Mueller corrupt), this could all just as easily indicate bad intents and purposes.

You decide.

ps. [Take this part with a grain of salt] Almost two years ago CTH warned everyone to be cautious of the reporting from S. Carter and J. Solomon because the issues being reported were about intelligence matters.  There is a historic pattern of deep state officials using leaks to unwitting media people to advance their interests.  My concern on this issue has never faded; ex. when Adam Waldman (Deep State Lobbyist) contacted Solomon for an article about Oleg Deripaska I again repeated the warning: Why would Waldman contact Solomon? Who’s interests were being served?   My concern continues unchanged through today…. and is connected TO THIS.

Always be aware that when it comes to the administrative state -within the information- we might be getting played; even with the ‘unwitting’ participation of people we may consider as allies.  Their sources could have ulterior motives. 

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560 Responses to The FBI Raided My Sister’s House….

  1. Tiffthis says:

    Does Whittaker have to approve an FBI raid? It’s unclear to me who exactly gave the order, but the last early morning raid was under sessions watch – I think it was manofort who got the honors…

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Rosenstein is in charge of the FBI not Whitaker.

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      • oldschool64 says:

        Pretty sure you mean Wray. Perhaps the real question is: Would Wray run this kind of an operation without consulting the AAG?

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “Would Wray run this kind of an operation without consulting the AAG?”

          Why not? Going back to Sandra-VA, most likely Mr. Rosenstein is still calling the shots. Somewhere about 10-15 years ago, I read that according to shadow government/deep state protocol, the #2 at these Federal Agencies is the one actually running things. The top person is just a figurehead that in case something goes wrong, that person gets axed and the deep state/shadow government plans to serve the oligarchs continues unabated.

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          • Jederman says:

            Big opportunity here for Whittaker to establish who’s the (interim) boss. Or not. If he isn’t.

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            • Dixie T says:

              The FBI is not an “independent agency,” as defined by the U.S. Government.

              I just found a sentence that established that the FBI’s “boss” IS the DOJ, according to the DOJ Inspector General (Michael Horowitz). (See below, concerning James Comey when he was the Director of the FBI)

              “The Horowitz report on the FBI’s investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s emails found Mr. Comey guilty of insubordination for hiding from Justice officials his plans to unilaterally clear the Democratic presidential candidate.”

              “Mr. Comey also committed “a serious error in judgment” by sending a letter to Congress without Justice approval, Mr. Horowitz said.”

              (See that? James Comey DID NOT have the ‘authority’ to send that letter to Congress, exonerating Hillary Clinton! He was not even supposed to send that letter to Congress, WITHOUT the Attorney General’s “permission.”)

              This is for those who state that James Comey did not have to get permission for anything, from the AG/DOJ!

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        • Linda K. says:

          I am wondering, is it possible, that Whitaker wanted to make sure the info he had as coming from Cain, the whistleblower, was the actual information Cain had in his possession? Is it possible that the Deep State “changed” what the whistleblower gave them and the AG wanted to know for sure, so he did a raid? Too crazy, maybe.

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          • Kevin Cowlishaw says:

            Believe me Linda nothing is too crazy or beyond belief these days. It has to end, one way or the other and I’m pickin’ the other. America (the good people that is) are sick of these clowns and what they are doing.

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          • WSB says:

            Yes. Absolutely a possibility. Why not?

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          • Sayit2016 says:

            Nothing should be considred “crazy” these days….

            5 years ago if you told me that a President in power would be sending email from a private non secure emsill address to his SOS who had an illegal server in her home., and later deleted 30 k with bleach bit, while these emails were under subpeona, while paying millions for a fake dossier to frame a newly and duly elected President, and this scandal also included the top people at DOJ, FBI, CIA, IRS and judges in our FISA courts were all involved in a global cover up to remove the new President because she lost an election that was promised to her..

            I would have told you, that You were crazy….but that it was a great idea for a political thriller…

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            • Orson says:

              “5 years ago if you told me that a President in power” would be having internal top-secret electronic messages directly forwarded to China, as FOIAs have recently shown, I would have thought that “crazy talk.” But it happened, too.

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            • Jederman says:

              After the weaponized (in true chicago style) IRS scandal broke I assumed the opposite. The marxist prezzy would do (permit) whatever was necessary to advance the cause.

              His comment that there isn’t “smidgen” of proof should have been clearly understood for what it was: It happened but you can’t prove a thing… .

              Big shout out to the corrupt and obedient “news” media (from barky).

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            • lizzyp says:

              My mental speed bump is that the FISA warrant enabled them to retroactively/ prospectively spy on Carter Page’s barrista and all her friends. His doorman. His Uber driver. And all their friends. His family and friends. If he has a significant other, the government knows what they say to each other in private, and what she says to her friends about it later. And which of her friends secretly think she’s a twit.

              I did some math and if he had 20 contacts per day, and each of those people had 20 contacts per day they were spying on over 150,000 citizens. Just so they could try to get dirt on a political opponent.

              Most of the HIllary stuff I have no problem believing. She’s what the Brit’s would call ‘a wrong ‘un.’

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            If that were the case, couldn’t Whitaker have just asked him instead of a raid?

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        • Sandra-VA says:

          No, I mean Rosenstein is Wray’s boss. The Deputy AG has dominion over the FBI.

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          • jakeandcrew says:

            Rosenstein is right in the middle of this mess. He’s in charge of the FBI who carried out the raid. He knows the judge who authorized the raid. Sessions knew about the whistleblower, but did he keep that from Rosenstein? Did someone from the SSCI leak the info to Rosenstein? So many questions.

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            • Will Hunt says:

              Frightening to think of the power a rogue FBI with complicit judiciary. There is literally nothing beyond their reach.

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            • cali says:

              @jakeandcrew: There is a lot more to that raid but Rosenstein had no hand in any of it.

              Here is what also happened on that day: The Danske Bank in Denmark was raided being implicated in 230 million dollars money laundering. (Panama Papers gained info).
              Both executives of that bank were immediately released while a hostof bank employees are also under investigation..

              Also happened on that day: Burke’s office in Chicago was also raided and not known in advance by Rahm Emmanuel or Burke. At first the msn thought to connect Burke to president Trump and tax reduction since he worked on taxes for the president in the past.
              However this raid had nothing to do with president Trump. Again employees in that office are alsounder investigation.

              Also happened on that day: The Deutsche Bank in Germany was also raided implicated in money laundering (Panama Papers). Danske Bank and Deutsche Bank are connected via the money laundering. Again executives were dismissed and the raid took into the following day and was ongoing.

              So there is a host of raids that took place appearing to have money laundering and more in common after the million documents drop of the Fonseco drop/Panama Papers.

              We know that the Deutsche Bank also has accounts where politicians are hiding millions gained via illicit activities. Pelosi is one of them who had a 8 million dollar deposit into her Deutsche Bank account. There are more.

              These cases ending in raids where the work Jeff Sessions did while being the AG. He was successful as the Panama Papers exposed money laundering involving US person/politicians/entities. Schweitzer touched upon this subject in his last book.

              Finally the raid of this whistleblower. We have to await more info as there appears to be more to this case than we know so far.

              However there is a third whistleblower to the crimes of the Clinton Foundation but that name is not known to the public or anyone else other than Huber and OIG Horowitz. This whistleblower will be part of the coming Huber testimony next week – 5th December or earlier like Monday. There are a number of moves are in progress and again thanks to Jeff Sessions and his work there were no leaks. This whistleblower and his anonymity and witness material was carefully kept, processed and cared for by Jeff Sessions. No Rosenstein and no Mueller involved.

              I think we will see a week beginning tomorrow getting us one step closer to draining the swamp.

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        • Firefly says:

          Wray doesn’t even go to the bathroom without consulting Rosenstein. Whitaker is the last one informed on anything.

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      • Dixie T says:

        Actually, Rosenstein was only in charge of the Trump/Russia investigation. With the appointment of Whitaker as Acting Attorney General, Rosenstein is probably no longer in charge of that investigation. Rosenstein CANNOT go over Whitaker’s head, without Whitaker’s permission.

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      • Robert Redden says:

        Whitaker is KGB Rosenstein’s boss ! Did KGB Rosenstein go behind someones back ? What fake Federal Judge signed off on the raid and why is that criminal Judge in jail !

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    • Kevin Cowlishaw says:

      LFBI “We don’t need no stinkin’ approvals”

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    • spoogels says:

      A Judge approved it

      Did FBI/NNSA Take Uranium One Yellowcake To Iran?

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  2. Zorro says:

    The first mention in the blog post of SSCI involvement was when I said to myself, “say no more”.

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  3. Matt Transit says:

    So these raids may be to seize evidence and cover up more of the Deep State crimes. Or, these raids may be to seize evidence of Deep State crimes, and use such evidence to prosecute the Deep State actors themselves.
    Even though I am not personally affected by either of these actions, I am thankful that the individual “whistleblowers”, weren’t just “offed” in a dark alley, or on their way home from grocery shopping.

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    • gerkmonster says:

      That happens later now that they are outed.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Other than Mike Cohen, everyone Muller has gone after is a likely witness to deep state or Clinton crimes. They have all been charged with lying, which may affect their ability as a witness.

      Muller is damage control under the3 guise of a witch hunt.

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    • GB Bari says:

      IMHO…
      The black hats in the FIB / DOI (Dept of Injustice) have to have figured that whatever was “seized” (stolen) from Cain’s house would have copies elsewhere, so the purpose was to see *all* the evidence Cain had collected (in case some had not yet been turned over to I.G.Horowitz) so that they can concoct / fabricate their defense stories before the white hats can publicly (or in legal proceedings) lay out the case against the black hats.

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      • WSB says:

        So, would a past FBI contractor Whistleblower have that info at home?

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        • GB Bari says:

          Your guess is as good as mine.

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        • I would bet hard earned money the whistleblower DID NOT have data stored anywhere near his/her home or on any device that could be confiscated by law enforcement. To assume safety as a whistleblower in a Clinton case would be idiotic. Also, they would be forewarned I would expect by the Manafort and Cohen FBI raids.

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          • WSB says:

            I agree.

            So, now why do we have this report that Cain’s home was raided?

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          • Sherri Young says:

            Apparently he did have copies of what he had given to the IG and handed it right over.

            From the Daily Caller article:
            “Cain further told the FBI agent the potentially damaging classified information had been properly transmitted to the Senate and House Intelligence committees as permitted under the act, Socarras said. The agent immediately directed his agents to begin a sweep of the suburban home, anyway.

            Frightened and intimidated, Cain promptly handed over the documents, Socarras told TheDCNF. Yet even after surrendering the information to the FBI, the agents continued to rummage through the home for six hours.”

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            • Tl Howard says:

              Why would you keep them in your house? The guy worked for the FBI. He would know why NOT to do that.

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              • Tl Howard says:

                I’m beginning to think this was a DOJ sting, a Whitaker sting, that perhaps he was setting a trap to see which DOJ or FBI black hat would order this raid.

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                • Orson says:

                  Overthinking things, aren’t we?

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                • steph_gray says:

                  Not at all overthinking.

                  Plenty of negative overthinking around here, from poster who immediately throw cold water on positive possibilities. All are valid until more is known.

                  Plus, I keep focusing on the fact that regardless of the desperation evident in the bad guys’ search to find out what is known about them – what is known, is still known, and no matter how much they try to “get ahead” of them, the facts will speak for themselves.

                  And their perfidy is a stone cold hard fact, documented – if I may – six ways to Sunday.

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              • Sherri Young says:

                No idea. Maybe he was working with the documents in preparation for testimony of some kind.

                He handed the info over using a thumb drive. Maybe he had a file on his computer.

                From a remark his attorney made, it sounds like the FBI has already tried to make arrangements to return some of his devices.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        Unlikely. With the ready availability of secure cloud storage no one could EVER be sure that you have all copies of anything.

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      • Jederman says:

        The problem with the white hat black hat monikers is that all fed agencies are a machine, a system. On any given day any “employee” could be either and the opposite of what they were the day before, depending on what they’re told to do, or not do.

        The oath of office is merely a quaint formality that seems to be quickly forgotten if you want to survive and “succeed” in the organization. Personal and professional integrity, while always talked about (Wray) is in a way merely a version of virtue signaling.

        Agencies are corrupt because our culture is corrupt. Corruption is rewarded. Attempts to do the right thing or punished, if necessary. Mr Cain a case in point.

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        • GB Bari says:

          On any given day any “employee” could be either and the opposite of what they were the day before, depending on what they’re told to do, or not do.

          I don’t think people change their basic internal ethics/moral “guidance system” that cavalierly. Not all otherwise decent people are of such strong will that they will refuse to follow less-than-honorable orders from their bosses. If it happens frequently the truly good people, white hats, will change jobs, request a transfer, or resign.

          But in 2018, after decades of moral relativism being propped up by the popular culture – entertainment industry, DimmicRATS, the eneMedia, and academia, there are a LOT of brainwashed people who are working in government who are unable to discern what is TRULY right from wrong.

          Absolutes like the Ten Commandments are scoffed at, impugned, and mocked in movies, tv shows, late night entertainment shows, in lyrics of pop music, and by the blatantly immoral lifestyles of high profile people in those industries. Those who grow up immersed in that paradigm are easy to manipulate into doing black hat work.

          But those raised in an environment rich in spiritual faith, decent family love, ethics, morals, are generally very hard to persuade into committing unethical or illegal acts. They will feel vey conflicted and eventually their conscience will drive them into whistleblowing or resigning.

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    • Dixie T says:

      They would have been offed if Hillary had won the Presidency in 2016!!!

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    • Phil Bacon says:

      It seems nuts that “documents” (actually digital on a flash drive) would be seized. They were copies and where one copy exists, many copies can exist, including on the Cloud.

      So what was the point of the raid? Intimidation comes to mind.

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  4. 335blues says:

    Speculation is almost always a bad road.
    However, it is NOT speculation to say that
    elements within the FBI AND DOJ ARE OUT OF CONTROL AND ARE COMMITTING ILLEGAL ACTS.
    Who will take control of an out of control situation involving America’s highest law enforcement agencies?

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    • Kevin Cowlishaw says:

      A lot of Marshalls

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    • Texian says:

      The “Semper Fidelis”..

      The Constitution’s Last Hope..

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    • “Who will take control of an out of control situation involving America’s highest law enforcement agencies?”

      That is the question. This is where the focus should be. It is not about evidence and raids or whatever. Evidence has been all over the place for some time now. It is known by all who are informed of anything.

      Right now there is no evidence of any substantial investigation of anything. Don’t tell me “You won’t know if there is one if it happens.” Mueller says nothing but I see a trail of destruction everywhere. You can tell if they are doing anything. People would act different. Right now there is no fear with these people. No evidence anyone is being turned and so on. Note how Wolfe skates. Nothing.

      Remember, Whitaker was picked by Sessions for a reason. He is probably a good guy but is doing nothing about any of this. RR, Mueller, Obama’s DOJ, and the deep state are running the show.

      There is no evidence at all of any kind of stealth agreement between Sessions, Trump, and Whitaker that now the gloves will be taken off and aggressive prosecution will begin. This is BLAH BLAH wishful thinking I heard here a thousand times.

      Whitaker is a placeholder and figure head at DOJ until a real AG is appointed. Huber is a democrat appointed by Obama and then Sessions. Will he do anything? Well, Did Sessions?

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      • mark says:

        Why did the President go around the normal pecking order and take Whitaker as AAG? Several others were in line for that job. I still have hope. Maybe just maybe the President is on the right track picking his appointments.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        it appears to be generally assumed that felony abuse of government agencies and resources has occurred. But no one knows for certain that this has happened. A “mountain of evidence” appears to lead in that direction. I have some difficulty in believing that hundreds if not thousands of employees within these agencies are all complicit in blatantly illegal acts. These individuals are experts at surreptitious disclosure of information.

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  5. paper doll says:

    So whistle blowers are being raided and swamp kingpins are being venerated….got it

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  6. jbowen82 says:

    As I’ve posted before, let’s not jump to the presumption that Cain is totally clean. I sure hope he is, and I know nothing to the contrary, but we’re all aware in our own workplaces of “whistleblowers” or people who make EO or IG complaints who are actually bad actors trying to insulate themselves. Under those circumstances, an FBI raid might be looking for something completely unrelated. Again, I don’t know that that’s true here, but we should be careful in making someone out to be a hero before all the facts are in.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Be that as it may, he had protected whistleblower status from the DOJ. The raid was illegal. Not that it will matter.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Or…make a decet person the “devil”, because you do not have all of the facts..

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    • Dixie T says:

      It is being reported that Cain got these documents from a “contractor” working within the CIA. Cain said he gave the documents to the IG Horowitz, the House and Senate Intelligence Committees. When he was raided, he gave the copies he had to the FBI. But you KNOW his Attorney probably has copies, also. Will his Attorney also be raided???

      The FBI either does not want Cain going public with these documents to expose Hillary Clinton and Robert Mueller, or possibly they want the NAME of the contractor who gave Cain the documents, in order to bring charges against the contractor.

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    • Orson says:

      C’mon – AFTER all the House Hearings and Horowitz AG report, you think a “Whistleblower” on Clinton Foundation-Russian Uranium dealing is gonna be a whistleblower PROTECTING the previous administration???? Give me a ffreak’n overthinking BREAK!

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      • jbowen82 says:

        No, but he or she could be a “whistleblower” who knows his or her agency knows of travel voucher irregularities or pron on the work computer and decides to make himself or herself unfireable. That stuff happens. Obviously, I don’t know anything about this guy’s situation, but we’re very quick to believe him and my experience in life says to slow down and see what the facts are. That’s all I’m saying.

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  7. I could puke over this cabal.

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  8. Firefly says:

    According to this article only DOJ IG Horowitz knew the name of the whistleblower Dennis Nathan Cain

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  9. wj2016 says:

    If only a GOP president was in charge of the DOJ.

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  10. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    I’m thrilled that there are apparently 3 whistleblowers, 1 name unknown. The raid for evidence that Mr. Cain has already turned over is puzzling. Hope there are copies somewhere.

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  11. Rodney G. Graves says:

    Stinks of derp state.

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  12. Mike says:

    Any FBI office can execute a search warrant without approval from the AG.

    But to get a search warrant they have to show in writing (SW) that a specific crime, named in the SW,including by Statute, is being investigated and they have to show in a sworn affidavit that there is probable cause to believe there is evidence of the crime being investigated, in the place they want to search. This has to be read by and sworn to a federal magistrate.

    It is entirely possible a local FBI office could get a SW for someone who is a whistleblower without knowing they are a whistleblower, or the magistrate knowing.

    BUT, if I was about to execute a search warrant and the target informed me they had some type of whistleblower protected status I would sure as hell call a US Attorney and check before I executed the SW.

    If a WB gave classified information to the IG, while lawfully acting as a WB, I can see how the IG might want all copies of the classified info. I do NOT believe they would get it in a SW, but if they did, they would certainly know of the WB status, and they would certainly tell the WB what and why they were doing it.

    The SW and affidavit may be sealed, temporarily by a judge, but THEY WILL BE public record.

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    • Firefly says:

      As Dan Bongino will probably say in his next podcast – what’s paragraph 1 on the search warrant. That is who first reported the crime associated with the documents that led to the search warrant.

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    • Barnestormer says:

      I’m given to understand that the SW was executed on 11/19, a couple days before the first published reports (that I could find) stating that House Oversight chair Meadows had scheduled Huber to testify on 12/5 regarding Clinton Foundation matters. Is it unreasonable to theorize that Democrat members of that committee had received some, perhaps vague, indication that Cain was likely a source of damaging information that Huber might well rely on at his hearing? And that the objective of the FBI search was to locate copies of potentially inculpatory government documents they had reason to believe were “unlawfully” in Cain’s possession at home?

      The FBI’s capacity to contrive a search warrant affidavit alleging probable cause to believe that a former FBI agent (contractor?) had unlawful possession of confidential government investigatory materials at his home should hardly shock anyone on this site. The Democrat objective of course would have been to call into question the reliability of Huber’s 12/5 testimony should it become necesssry. Under that theory (which could well be tested in a few days), Cain’s WB status was more likely than not unknown to the instigators of the search and the SW-issuing magistrate (as well as the 16 executing agents), as it would have blunted the whole notion of unlawful possession.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      The SW and affidavit may be sealed, temporarily by a judge, but THEY WILL BE public record.

      Will be interesting to see what PC Feds gave that would justify a 3 AM execution.

      Neither Manafort nor Cohen were treated to that….
      and they are “Russian spies” dontcha know.

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  13. Dani TX says:

    I emailed Ted Cruz and asked him, what the hell is going on? Have we no judicial system anymore? It doesn’t appear that way. I would recommend we push on our elected officials to do SOMETHING. please. It’s totally out of control. Pres Trump cannot do everything. Who has his back other than us? PUSH

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    • Kevin Cowlishaw says:

      Good idea. Contact your representative, be polite but firm, even if you hate their guts. Keep the pressure on by reminding them THEY are the servant of the PEOPLE.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        sure… I can contact my representative which is Dianne Feinstein who is the poster girl for the swamp, she is complicit in this cover-up what do you think she’s going to do if I send an email to her politely requesting that she represent her constituents in the state and get to the bottom of this?

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    • Orson says:

      EXCELLENT IDEA – can anyone source a sample query/complaint? How about a list of PDJT loyalists? And those waffling public officials needing pushing to the path of truth and the Light?

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  14. Pristach says:

    The raid occurred on 11/19 and yet it was just reported by Cain’s lawyer? The woman in the video is looney toons.

    Something doesn’t add up.

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    • zooamerica says:

      I do not think the beautiful woman in the video is “looney toons.”

      Considering what just happened to her family, she was calm, cool and intelligent.

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    • GB Bari says:

      There has already been discussion in CTH about the 10 day delay being suspicious.

      The woman seemed to be a very average-termperament American citizen and her monologue appeared genuine. Had she gone all “Alex Jones” on camera then I would have been suspicious.

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  15. Albert P Gnadt says:

    I smell a scapegoat being created … Clinton Foundation might be the distraction Mueller needs to take the spotlight off Obama, Lynch, Comey, Brennan and the rest of the Deep State involved in conspiracy to impeach DJT … HRC & WJC are no longer of any value to the Deep State and it might be time to shine the light on the Clinton Foundation to keep Barry out of trouble!

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    • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

      Think about how loud and long hillary and slick willie would sing if they were betrayed.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Really suggest you go back and listen to Dan Bongino’s podcast from last night. It is hard hitting, and lines up with (and he even mentions several times) Sundance’s theories on the massive scandal coverup efforts.

      He deals with the possibility that the crooks are going to be revealed only very slowly – like one at a time – because we cannot have ~ 50 or 100 of the DOJ/FBI leadership all rounded up at one time and charged, prosecuted and imprisoned. That would literally leave a huge (and, IMO, dangerous) vacuum with no one left who would be truly qualified to pick up and run the agencies without major vulnerabilities.

      I think we have to continue to believe that, even with all the exposed and insinuated internal corruption, there are some folks in these agencies who actually *do* protect the nation from some very dangerous entities.

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      • lizzyp says:

        If they pick them off one or two at a time, imagine the squirming going on among the rest of them – wondering when their turn will come up or if they might somehow be spared?

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        • GB Bari says:

          I only inferred that the reason for the “serial” personnel removal strategy was to keep the agencies functional while identifying high quality replacement personnel for the positions vacated by the crooks.

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          • WSB says:

            Maybe the agencies do not need to be functional. Parallel constructs fit me just fine.

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            • GB Bari says:

              WSB – I couldn’t opine either way on that because I don’t know the extent or comprehensiveness of the “parallel constructs”, or have even seen any proof of their existence.

              So far the “parallel intelligence operation” has been a theory only supported by peripheral “evidence” and indirect inference, at least as discussed here in CTH….to the best of my recollection.

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    • spoogels says:

      Legal Battle Between Mueller and Mystery Nemesis Picks Up Steam – But Everything is Under Seal

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/12/legal-battle-between-mueller-and-mystery-nemesis-picks-up-steam-but-everything-is-under-seal/

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    • Dixie T says:

      However, Robert Mueller is also named in those documents Cain had in his possession—-along with Hillary Clinton!

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Charles Ortel has spent the last 2-3 years laying out publicly available evidence of the corruption at the Clinton Foundation. The Clintons cannot pull in a decent crowd for a speech. They should be smelling like 5-day old fish to their betters.

      The problem is that Hillary will not go down quietly. Maybe Bill, but not Hillary.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        If her future looked shaky, IMO she would pull out all the stops and threaten the people who would be set to benefit from the public spectacle of the demise of the CF.

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    • prOfounDGullet says:

      The only problem with that theory is, The same people are embedded in OFA and C. Foundation…. I saw an article about 5 donors who stuck with HRC after many abandoned her recently…. one was her British Connection a Rothschild whom she and Bill are good friends with ( the man and his wife) and another person who is on the board of OFA and one of Rahm’s best friends… whom is a money bundler who is connected to Steyer via an investment firm subsidiary, and Obama via his yet to be Library, etc…. This donor of whom Rahm introduced to the Clinton’s back in the 90’s…. has been involved in a lot of govt’ infrastructure deals and even Gov’t pension allocations. He also, had recently hired Rahm’s best friend who runs the Union Labor rackets in Chicago… who also oversaw parts of the City’s local Union funds… etc. A lot of this information is in the articles from Chicago news papers, etc….

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  16. truthbomb says:

    Looks like Cain blew the whistle on the FBI and someone up the FBI foodchain decided to send a message. Mr. Whitaker?

    Liked by 2 people

  17. jeans2nd says:

    FBI raids on whistleblowers is nothing new. This was started under Obama.
    True whistleblowers such as John Kiriraku, Bill Binney, and Scott Bennett were not only raided by FBI, but also jailed for “crimes” under Obama. Each time, the FBI knew and/or were informed of the whistleblower’s status.
    FBI cared not a whit.

    Guess the FBI liked the practice so much they continued it. Just another day at the office.

    To those who still believe Rosenstein to be a good guy – go listen to Rosenstein’s speeches. Listen to Rosenstein’s words, watch Rosenstein’s actions.
    Anyone who listens to as many of Rosenstein’s speeches as I could not possibly still believe Rosenstein is a good guy. imo

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    • disgustedwithjulison says:

      Everyone in the FBI serves at the pleasure of the President. Why doesn’t the President find out who was the leader of this raid (even though approved by higher ups) and FIRE them. This would send a message to the rank and file that their careers and pensions are in jeopardy if they want to lead these raids and follow corrupt orders. At that point in time, you will begin to get rank and file turning on the corrupt higher ups and whistleblowing on them.

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    • Orson says:

      True.

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  18. Ristvan says:

    Said before, disappointed concerning comments, so will say again here. There are two outcome possibilities. Law was kosher, or was not. Both run in skeptric favor. No way a warmunist win.

    If not, then Deep State just commited a major provable error (crime). The specifics involve Cain
    as an already protected proven whistleblower.protection and illegal SSCI leaks. What the SIL claims.
    If, then the Deep State committed a different proveable error—concerning the ADDITIONAL CF whistleblower now just revealed. OOPs.

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      And Comey thinks the leaks are coming from Goodlatte’s committee. I think not. He knows they’re coming from SSCI and he must divert attention. He was probably in on this raid (maybe not physically but his fingerprints are all over it)!,
      I can only hope the heat is getting too hot in Hillary’s or Obama’s kitchen. Now that would be a real present from Santa!!

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      • G. Alistar says:

        Yep, ya think she is making cookies for Bill?

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        • lemmus1 says:

          …I think she has spent the past 25 months since she lost scrubbing every bit of evidence that could implicate her in anything …I think she has cutouts in place that will either take the fall or suffer an accident …in other words, she’s had the time and resources to cover her tracks well …there were a lot of tracks to cover but she has been doing this for decades now

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      • truthseeker39525 says:

        It would have to be pretty hot, to be too hot for the HildeBeast.
        She’s BFF with Satan, after all.
        Probably been to his place to visit him a few times, while Slick was on board the Lolita Express, flying off to Pedo Island.

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  19. Right to reply says:

    If I had to hazard a rather depressing guess, it would be that Cain, is working undercover for the FBI, and is charged with being caught with falsified documents. These documents will lead us back to the original whistle blower whose documents will also be considered fake… All info on the Clintons then thrown out, as nothing can be verified…

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  20. Kevin Cowlishaw says:

    And Resident Rat Rodney Rosenstein is still calling the shots ! go figure.

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  21. jackphatz says:

    Interesting

    It’s the video that needs to be heard. It’s embedded so I hope this comes across ok.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Briana V. says:

    That’s two whistle blowers that Mueller/FBI has raided.

    Liked by 1 person

    • spoogels says:

      Robin Klar Lent added 2 new photos.
      3 hrs ·

      Very strong possibility the DOJ and FBI elements who actually organized the raid did *NOT* know Dennis Cain was a confirmed and protected IG ‘whistleblower’. (??) Chew that over…. What does that indicate?

      Important note many overlook: the identity of the whistleblower (Cain) was only known to IG Horowitz. [He was a confirmed and protected whistleblower] The HPSCI and SSCI were given the evidence but not the identity.

      The judge who granted order for FBI raid on whistleblowers house was Stephanie A. Gallagher. A former Assistant US Attorney for the District of MD from 2002-2008. Rod Rosenstein was the US Attorney for the District of MD from 2005-2017. Gallagher and Rosenstein worked together

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  23. Firefly says:

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    • spoogels says:

      Remember when Braverman went dark because he feared being killed?

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    • truthseeker39525 says:

      Cooper is at a high risk of being the next link in the Arkencide chain.
      Watch your back, Justin.

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    • royce49 says:

      Justin Cooper was the guy who destroyed Hillary’s computers with a hammer. I call him Justin “The Hammer” Cooper.

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    • Cooper was “one of the key persons involved in administering HRC’s email server”. See below:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Cooper_(aide)

      Heck, I read through some of the HRC emails released by the State Dept earlier this year (think that was the cache released in September)- and found several, very obvious “pay to play” links between her work at State Dept and significant contributions to Clinton Foundation. We already know how crooked the whole scheme was; just haven’t put a total $$ figure on how much was corruptly stolen from foreign governments, lobbyists, etc. to finance the Clintons.

      So, unless Cooper will be revealing MORE than the $$ corruption his cooperation is helpful for the legal case but not for unravelling Spygate.

      One other point, Solomon noted in an article yesterday (see link below) that “U.S. officials have asked me to keep them (names of people sent from FBI to spy on then candidate Trump) private to avoid compromising their identities or nexus to intelligence and law enforcement work.” I take it with some skepticism, esp. noting SD’s warnings above.

      https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/419193-trump-russia-and-lessons-from-the-mob-did-godfathers-steer-collusion

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    • Dixie T says:

      He is the 3rd. whistleblower. They were keeping his identity from being made known publicly—-probably until they could officially give him “immunity.” Thank you for the extra info!

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  24. Zorro says:

    There’s something happening here
    What it is ain’t exactly clear
    There’s a FBI man with a gun over there
    Telling me I got to beware
    I think it’s time we stop, children, what’s that sound
    Everybody look what’s going down
    There’s battle lines being drawn
    Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong
    Young socialists speaking their minds
    Trump getting so much resistance from behind

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  25. Donna in Oregon says:

    “My concern on this issue has never faded; ex. when Adam Waldman (Deep State Lobbyist) contacted Solomon for an article about Oleg Deripaska I again repeated the warning: Why would Waldman contact Solomon? Who’s interests were being served? My concern continues unchanged through today…. and is connected TO THIS.”

    Thanks for this. Really appreciate it. Been reading this article several times today trying to figure out the significance. I just couldn’t get why Marketswork would go over all this stuff again.

    All the whispers and innuendo about Assange getting bounced out of the Ecuadorian Embassy didn’t make sense until now. I get it now. This is part of their muh Russia game, it’s not about truth and justice.

    Manafort’s Deripaska Connections and Waldman’s Role in the Assange Negotiations
    December 1, 2018 by Jeff Carlson, CFA
    https://themarketswork.com/2018/12/01/manaforts-deripaska-connections-and-waldmans-role-in-the-assange-negotiations/

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    • V says:

      Re the above-linked article at themarketswork.com:
      December 1, 2018 by Jeff Carlson, CFA

      “Manafort’s Deripaska Connections and Waldman’s Role in the Assange Negotiations”

      “The Guardian published an article on Nov. 26 saying that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort met with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in 2013, 2015, and again in 2016. Citing unnamed sources, The Guardian also reported that Manafort’s association with Assange could go back as far as 2012.”

      “A separate internal document written by Ecuador’s Senain intelligence agency and seen by the Guardian lists “Paul Manaford [sic]” as one of several well-known guests. It also mentions “Russians.” ”

      WHEWWWWW – another false intel report.
      ————

      I appreciete the authori’s other well researched articles. But here the author is missing the key occurrence in his timeline of Skripal in March 2018. He quotes the “our guy” Steele to Ohr texts but doesn’t see the significance that “our guy” is most likely Skripal, a source of the Dossier.

      It’s as if he fell for the look squirrel – Deripaska data, which I think is being inserted into the narrative to deflect from the truth, to falsely link Deripaska and Manafort (i.e. Trump campaign) to Assange and also to somehow link Assange to Russia because of the shared use of Adam Waldman’s services by Deripaska and Assange.

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      • V says:

        Messages between Bruce Ohr (DOJ) and Christopher Steele:

        27 Jan 2017 – Steele – “Our guy’s OK for the time being but I would like to keep our channel open on him and his situation if that’s all right? …”

        27 Jan 2017 – Bruce Ohr – “Understand. We will be available if needed. Just or [sic] me know.”

        31 Jan 2017 – Steele – “…Just wanted to check you are OK, still in situ and able to help locally as discussed, along with your Bureau colleagues, with our guy if the need arises?…”

        31 Jan 2017 – Bruce Ohr – “…I’m still here and able to help as discussed….”

        31 Jan 2017 – Steele – “…We can’t allow our guy to be forced to go back home. It would be disastrous all round, though his position right now looks stable….”

        ————–

        V August 27th, 2018 at 1:35 pm

        “Forced to go back home” – sound like Skripal much? Skripal who was in a Russian prison for spying for the UK. Skripal who may very well be a major source for the Dossier on behalf of Steele, Fusion GPS, Hillary and the DNC. Skripal, who very well may be the pawn causing UK and US sanctions on Russia.

        Steele and Skripal are both in the UK – “our guy” “locally” as in local to Steele in UK.

        WHAT WAS “as discussed”?

        Were they planning to murder Skripal to shut him up?

        He and his daughter were poisoned on 4 March 2018 in the UK and the UK blamed it on Russia.

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  26. Republicanvet91 says:

    To see how corrupt this action is, compare this raid to when Hillary’s server became known.

    Cain, for all we know is an identified whistleblower. He gave documents to the IG and two committees in Congress. His house gets raided at 3am by 16 special agents of the FBI.

    Granny’s bathroom server becomes known. Platte River Networks had drives containing backups, and there was no raid.

    Granny’s fixer, David Kendall had USB drives that contained classified information from Granny’s server, and there was no raid on him.

    Multiple servers were known to exist, yet the FBI didn’t seem to be overly concerned over raiding any entity that may have had them.

    There is much more than was infinitely more corrupt involving her server, and NONE of it resulted in a raid by the FBI.

    Absolutely infuriating!

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    • truthseeker39525 says:

      Don’t forget that the cops investigating underage-girl sexter ‘Carlos Danger’ came across some tens of thousands of HildeBeast emails copied onto a laptop that Carlos shared with Huma.
      That laptop is in SOMEONE’S possession, and I understand that the cops -somewhere- made an ‘image’ (copy) of the hard drive.
      But we hear NOTHING about THAT, either!

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Wasn’t that image made at the NYC field office and later destroyed after the laptop was ordered to be taken to the Washington field office? The man doing the forensics was told something along the line of the machine he was using had not been given some kind of certification to legally have highly classified information on it. In the process he lost any evidence to back up his work product. The info is in the IG report.

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    • Orson says:

      welcome to Obama’s Banana-Republica-stan

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  27. SSI01 says:

    Great. So now we’ve got the FBI tampering with a Federal witness, and engaged in witness intimidation – just like the Mafia did, and still does, when IT goes on trial.

    Not surprised, you never know which half of the FBI you’re dealing with – the side doing its legitimate job, or the side that’s in rebellion against POTUS. No wonder everyone views them with such suspicion. Rightly so.

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    • WSB says:

      The supposed legitimate side of the FBI could not save us from every domestic or foreign terror attack in the last 20 years, so I am not sure which side was being distracted by the other.

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  28. Donna in Oregon says:

    Here’s another whistleblower that is suing Comey/FBI. S. Carter wrote this story. Confusing fact is that Senator Charles Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary blew this off. No interest.

    But Montgomery/Klayman was mentioned in the Page/Strzok text messages on 3/19/2017.

    Did the FBI have evidence of a breach larger than Snowden? A lawsuit says yes.
    https://www.circa.com/story/2017/06/06/did-the-fbi-have-evidence-of-a-breach-larger-than-snowden-a-lawsuit-says-yes

    The lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman is about this:

    The case involves allegations that James Comey, in concert with the other defendants, buried an FBI investigation, caused by whistleblower Dennis Montgomery, a former NSA/CIA contractor, into mass illegal surveillance on not just President Trump, but the chief justice of the Supreme Court, other justices, 156 judges, and even Klayman. Montgomery came forward to Comey years ago with 47 hard drives containing classified information, under grant of immunity, and even was interviewed under oath by FBI agents Walter Giardina and William Barnett. Despite this, the complaint and the motion alleges that Comey buried the investigation and thus obstructed justice, since as recently alleged and revealed by Circa News and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the FBI was engaged in this illegal and unconstitutional surveillance under Comey, allegedly along with the intelligence agencies.

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    • WSB says:

      Early but still current news. Sheriff Arpaio knew about this in 2011, from what I remember.

      Still not adjudicated.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Hey WSB! I had such a great time today with the stuff about Malaysia, 1MDB case, Panama and Paradise papers.

        Thanks again, good times 🙂

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        • WSB says:

          Wonderful if a team can pry something open.

          I do hope we can snag something from continued research.

          I need to try keeping myself in my day job to keep the mortgage paid, but I have a solid red-blooded American streak in me as you do to see through to justice.

          If anyone of us can spark a connection to a research project, then we have helped.

          👍

          I truly believe in crowd-sourced evidence and prayer.

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  29. Firefly says:

    The whistleblower rights of employees in the Intelligence Community are very limited as compared to those of federal employees in the competitive service. IC employees are specifically excluded from coverage under the Whistleblower Protection Act and Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act.

    The misnamed Intelligence Community Whistleblower Protection Act—which does not prohibit retaliation against IC whistleblowers, or provide any avenues for relief from whistleblower retaliation—sets forth procedures for IC employees to blow the whistle. To be considered a protected disclosure, versus an impermissible leak, the complaint or information must be related to an “urgent concern” as defined in the ICWPA; and the employee must bring the complaint or disclose the information, within 14 days, to the agency through the proper agency channels. Practically speaking, the ICWPA requires employees with objectively “urgent concerns” to bring those concerns to the attention of the Intelligence Community Inspector General. Following this, if the IC IG finds the information credible, the Director of National Intelligence will transmit the matter to the appropriate committees in Congress, or, the employee may be given the right to notify Congress.
    Because of the shortcomings of the ICWPA, President Obama issued Presidential Policy Directive 19, which expressly prohibits retaliation against IC employees who make protected disclosure. However, PPD-19 is not law, and President Trump, or any future administration, may easily revoke it.
    https://m.govexec.com/excellence/management-matters/2018/01/intelligence-community-whistleblowers-are-thin-ice/145535/

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    • Firefly says:

      Since the press reports state the IG office handled routing it to appropriate committees – the IG only does that “ if the IG finds the information credible…”

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  30. Marian says:

    Why raid a home at in the wee hours, when you could just issue a search warrant in the light of day? It’s done for intimidation. This isn’t good. But why now, especially with

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Dan Bongino says the raids happen in the wee hours because that is when people are most likely to be home.

      To me, predawn raids also make sense because any kids would still be home, so not at risk of being stranded at school or daycare. Not perfect, but more manageable.

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    • Anonymous says:

      KGB did that because it was easier to catch people while they’re asleep… and it’s terrifying.

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  32. KeithInTampa says:

    The FBI has been broken for years. This isn’t all that surprising to me….

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  33. Sherri Young says:

    A thought: There has been plenty of talk about Huber’s team not having deposed Victoria Toensing’s whistleblower client, William J. Campbell. Maybe Huber’s guys have been working with these other whistleblowers and saving the publicly known one for last.

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  34. emeraldcoaster says:

    The Cain raid (or should I say mutiny?) appears to be a blatant disregard of whistleblower protection statutes. So 16 agents knock on the guy’s door at 3 a.m., are told by Cain that he is a protected whistleblower, and they don’t pause to check the guy’s story out? It sounds like the agents KNEW of Cain’s status but were protected by the bogus judge’s order and their supervisors. I’d expect Cain’s attorney (and DOJ/IG?) to be in court Monday to demand return of items taken.

    On Friday, I contacted Mark Meadows (NC-11) to ensure he was in the loop on Cain’s house “party”. Meadows said, “The Oversight and Government Reform Committee on which I serve has jurisdiction over the information provided by whistleblowers, and we will continue to fight for the protection of those who come forward with information. …if anything needs further examination, I will not hesitate to call for a new series of investigations.” Not sure I feel any better, but at least I’m communicating my concern.

    No need to say why I didn’t ring Senator Burr’s phone.

    This steaming pile of bovine scatology is getting weirder by the minute.

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  35. VIPANON says:

    SD is correct you have to be careful when there is intelligence leaks. But there are white hat leaks and black hat leaks. John Solomon, Sara Carter and Kimberley Strassel have been getting the white hat leaks for over a year. Trump knew the leak was coming, this was planned, and be very clear >>>> this was a white hat leak!. It is getting extremely hot in D.C. a lot of nervous people. Oh and Trump knows Whitaker, but he has to deny knowing him. Wait to you find out who the next AG will be! I do no believe we will know until JAN. By the way Sessions and Trump on good terms. it was a play that had to be made because of RR. Whitaker in charge of SC now.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      “Oh and Trump knows Whitaker, but he has to deny knowing him. Wait to you find out who the next AG will be! I do no believe we will know until JAN. By the way Sessions and Trump on good terms. it was a play that had to be made because of RR. Whitaker in charge of SC now.”

      How do you know that this is true?

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  36. lettruthspeak says:

    There should be no question from anyone at this point that this is all bad news. It is becoming more than crystal clear that entire government apparatus, sans Trump, is beyond corrupt. These filthy, degenerate oligarchs have had at least 80 years to infiltrate, circumvent and overthrow our government behind the American people’s backs. Why would Truman, after WWII allow over a thousand Nazis access to our shores. Operation Paperclip. All along the way they would allow certain information to come out to explain why this was allowed, like needing their geniuses to further America’s might, such as Werner Von Braun. In all likelihood this was done to placate the public, or at least not give us a reason to ask specific questions. Then McCarthy come along and tries to warn the masses, as did Eisenhower in his parting words as president. He fought those bastards, and then we bring them into America. Why? I think certain aspects of our government were more than happy to side with the Nazis, and only pretended to have contempt for Hitler and his band of evil scum. Next thing you know McCarthy gets labeled a nutbag, Kennedy replaces Eisenhower, gets to close to the truth about Secret Societies, and we all know what happened to him. I could continue with the history of what really has been going on in the USA for decades, but I think you can get the picture. I hate to say it, but Trump may very well have been allowed to win, just so they could destroy him, and put the kibosh to any others out there, billionaire or not, that they run this country, and no one is going to stop them. Sadly, Trump is probably toast.

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  37. Rightaroundtheblock says:

    Regarding this article’s sobering concern and link provided regarding DS motive, I see glimmering light -deliberate DS leaks, as a means of protection, implies REAL investigations taking place. We got a fighter in the ring.
    The real threat seems to be not that ds is manipulating media (that we trust) for cover while we are duped to believe it is all in the people’s favor, rather that ALL investigations are under their control and that we are simply being led down a trail of tears…

    We want a government we can trust. IF ds is broadcasting for cover we just may, may have an inroad here.

    Please consider, some have been at this for a very, very long time, think ten, fifteen years plus, with publicly unknown, deep personal sacrifices in their lives. Fisa abuse and politically motivated malfeasance happened to people you’ll never hear of… Stand Strong.

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  38. Zippy says:

    As Dan Bongino has shown over and again, you can rule this one OUT: “From an optimistic perspective (ie. Rosenstein/Mueller honorable)”

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  39. Tom says:

    Not at all plausible that the 16 FBI agents who raided his house were unaware of his whistleblower status, and nearly impossible for FBI management and the judge to not know. Think about it for 10 or 12 seconds. That cannot be claimed with a straight face. What we have here is another instance of a ruthless, lawless, rogue police authority acting viciously against US citizens in defiance of our law. The FBI needs to be entirely disbanded, root and branch, and every current employee forever barred from any future authority in our government. They are a criminal enterprise from top to bottom.

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  40. skifflegirl says:

    Sean Hannity’s Friday night broadcast showcased John Solomon reporting on this subject and he said more news will break on Monday.

    Not unusual for the show and that kind of tease, but… President Trump happened to tweet just as Hannity’s show started something like “Watch Hannity now.”

    Very interesting.

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  41. Police State. Again this is 3rd world stuff IMHO. No justice in DC.

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