Grassley Questions Horowitz About FBI Raid on Whistleblower….

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley has always worked earnestly to protect whistleblowers; it is a subject near and dear to his heart.  Against the backdrop of an unexpected raid on the home of an approved and protected whistleblower named Dennis Nathan Cain, Senator Grassley writes to Inspector General Horowitz:

(Document Link)

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310 Responses to Grassley Questions Horowitz About FBI Raid on Whistleblower….

  1. cavt says:

    Why wouldn’t he ask Wray and his FIB buddies why they did this–

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    • Sporty says:

      Kinda have the answer in your question no?

      Liked by 12 people

    • Amy2 says:

      The letter said 1. he received the documents 2.provided them to the HSIC under the “Whistleblowers Protection Act,” quicker and easier to go to him than the feebs I guess.

      Liked by 7 people

      • WSB says:

        No cc. to Wray.

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      • Michelle Palmateer says:

        The FBI went overboard in their searching after he produced documents and informed the Agents that he had protected status from the IG. I wouldn’t ask Wray under those conditions either. One scenario to possibly consider is that this is a coverup, with only portions of the whistleblowers info. making it to the Senate committee previously. If other information was not delivered there would be a need to control all evidence. Would our government do those types of things and be that corrupt? They already have done some terribly dastardly deeds, so the answer is YES.

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        • Heika says:

          Have a listen – Dan puts forward some thoughts on this. https://bongino.com/ep-863-its-about-to-hit-the-fan/

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Michelle, we the People are the Government and the 2 parties in 1 are our hired employees to represent us, which they have failed to do. We can impeach them and remove them, but I suggest we close the whole Congress down and start fresh. Further, that no more in DC but in their own state/city/districts and use real time video for business all of this meaning they would be under our eyes and not taking outsider monies to become millionaires and do what those dollars want done. We the People must take back the reins. We cannot afford the 2 parties in 1 to continue, and we must remove those luscious lifetime benefits and annual salary increments as we did not vote nor authorize any of this. Would your employer allow you to do this? Of course not, so it is up to take back our POWER and make the necessary changes in the House and no more their doing what they want, hiding money we need for the wall, and undermining our President because he is upsetting their applecarts!

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        • Leane Kamari says:

          Exactly what I thought when reading Grassleys letter, the info did not make it to his desk!

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        • Rick B. says:

          Whistle Boy’s got a 3600 sq.ft. home in MD, not a cracker box by any stretch. Even so, 16 agents at 6 hours each, works out to just 38 sq.ft. searched per agent per hour. Not in any hurry apparently. Wonder if da Missus put on a pot of coffee for them?

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      • Dee Paul Deje says:

        An interesting take connected this with 3 other investigations:
        https://www.theepochtimes.com/the-common-thread-behind-four-investigations_2728104.html

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Dee Paul Deje, amazing how all of a sudden all these items are coming forward and involve a lot of people in this country but those who are supposedly safe because of being permitted whistleblowers make me wonder who in the FBI is doing this and who gave them permissions to walk over these whistleblowers. Would like to see them in a military trial and punished BIGLY! Another reason to close down the FBI, CIA and NSA asap and start fresh. So many employees, I believe something like 30K, makes me wonder why are so many are needed and have been able to do the dirty on our country and people.

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          • dustycowpoke says:

            The members of the 305 Military Police have been sent to GITMO for a 400 day temporary duty stint. more wondering ???

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          • TheLastDemocrat says:

            Thank God they protected all of those teen gymnasts from pervert US gymnasts doctor Larry Nassar.

            Oh, wait: well over 200 girls were molested, and the FBI was supposedly totally on the case, but the FBI could not get one of this huge gaggle of teen girls to utter a clue…

            it took Aly Raisman, one of the teen gymnasts to blow the case wide open.

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            • frankie says:

              Aly didn’t. It was Rachael Denhollander who did so. She contacted the Indianapolis Star and laid out what Nassar did to her repeatedly (put his fingers up her vagina and rectum, alleging the abuse of her orifices would help manage her pain from gymnastics) this brought other girls forward. Rachael is a Baptist, so she got no media love.

              The author of howtobeyourowndetective.com in Jan 2018 an a post called “The Michigan State Molester: How to Protect Your Children from Schools, Youth Activities and Sorry Prosecutors” and in the post noted Sarah Jantzi, the coach of Olympic gymnast hopeful Maggie Nichols, not Aly Reisman or her people, brought it to the FBI in 2015, but the FBI sat on it. Guess spying on Mr. Trump was such hard work, they needed thumbs up their butts to deal with the pain.

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        • Curry Worsham says:

          Careful, that was linked in a post today by you-know-who.
          AND it’s by a certain “misguided” analyst.
          We don’ want to appear to be on the same page about anything. 😉

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    • Abel says:

      Cavt,
      Because a stern letter to no one is much easier. Congress is useless, except Nunes.

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    • lieutenantm says:

      He “WRITES” ?????????? to Horowitz?????? !!!!!

      I would be standing on WRAY’s NECK IN WRAY’S OFFICE WITH PRESS AND COPS WITH ME in about 2 hrs flat after hearing the news.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Sir, you have an imagination of USA from. Different era.

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      • GB Bari says:

        In the 2018 lawyer’d-up DC Swamp, everything (such as this request for official document) has to be documented in official writing. Verbal requests made in person no longer count, especially when one is dealing in highly sensitive legal matters. Grassley is correct to proceed in this fashion.

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    • TrickleUpPolitics says:

      Sen. Grassley has asked Wray for an explanation in a separate letter to Wray. Duh.

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    • lydia00 says:

      Or even Whitaker, too. Horowitz can do nothing.

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    • Deacon John Berstecher says:

      Because he wants the IG to follow up on it, and the documents were provided to the IG 1st, then his committee,

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  2. vikingmom says:

    Grassley appears to be pretty well informed about all the “goings-on” and I hope he is getting more than a little irritated by them. He could be a good advocate for getting information out to the public – wish he would downsize the Judiciary Committee and tell Jeff Flake to take his ball and go home!!

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  3. Rf121 says:

    So, some wizard of smart in the FBI thought that raiding the home of a whistle blower was a good idea. As the wife would say, what dumbass approved that?

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    • dd_sc says:

      Whoever planned and/or approved the raid is confident nothing will happen to him.

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      • James Carpenter says:

        The chutzpah on exhibit outlines both the power and smug arrogance of Deep State actors.
        Do you suppose we “little people” can even count on traffic tickets being treated the same between “them” and “us”?
        And the sanctity of you vote?
        We are only beginning to understand the scope of our disenfranchisement.

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      • mtk says:

        “The raid was permitted by a court order signed on Nov. 15 by federal magistrate Stephanie A. Gallagher in the U.S. District Court for Baltimore…”
        https://dailycaller.com/2018/11/29/fbi-whistleblower-clinton-uranium/
        (Note we are just learning about this raid when in Truth the raid occured on Nov. 19th)
        (Nearly two weeks have come and gone)(Leading me to beileve the people representing Me. Cain where in no rush to run to the media but systematically where preparing to make a Federal Case)
        (Least we not forget, we learn there was a second whistleblower, an earlier whistleblower, that the MSM successful buried)
        “First, there was no trial because the Baltimore U.S. Attorneys’ office mishandled the case,” https://saraacarter.com/fbi-interviewed-uranium-one-informant-in-clinton-foundation-investigation/

        Question: How did the Baltimore U.S. Attorney’s specifically mishandled the case of Mr. Campbell?

        Read both these articles closely…

        Questions: Are both these whistleblowers cases circling the same drain in the Baltimore’s Field offices of the DoJ and FBI. Second, what was presented to the U.S. District Courts’ Judge Gallagher to warrant the court to authorize the raid. Third, Is Judge Gallagher the same judge that ruled or agreed with that the Baltimore’s U.S. Attorney’s office mishandled the case of Mr. Campbell .

        Lastly, How on this Green’s Earth is not the recent experiences of both these whistleblowers not an opening for Oversight, DoJ DC, and/or IG Horowitz and Prosecutor Huber to demand a revisit of these whistleblower cases with the view of whether the Clinton Foundation was the conduit for likely pay for play schemes orcrastrated by Mrs Clinton using her ‘illegal’ email server. Would not the whole ball of wax surround Mueller be called into question where the light at the end of the tunnel ends with the ‘swamp’ on trial.

        The outline of the corruption on display in just these two articles is a gift with bows on them, in my opinion.

        What is the legal term or definition here…. “When lawyers manage to suppress evidence before court, but later open the door for the court to have to admit the suppressed evidence through actions that make the evidence admissible.”

        If I was Grassley, on the day after retirement, I would proceed to file a suit in Federal Court on behalf of American People.

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        • mtk says:

          If I was Grassley, on the day after retirement, I would proceed to file a suit in Federal Court on behalf of American People.

          The entire time I’ve been here on the CTH…
          The one consistent and driving force we should, no must admitted, Is the exchange of LETTERS FROM GRASSLEY. HE IS NOT LEVELING LIGHT CHARGES OF MISCONDUCT AND CORRUPTION. With the narratives that have built up over two plus years of investigated inquiry, the one prevailing theme of all these narratives must acknowledge is Grassley’s Oversight Letters.

          Hundred years from now, these letters will be study as a basis for teaching Consituitional Law.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Ok, but this all happenrd AFTER the SSCI leaker was busted, right? So, they bust ONE leaker, on the staff of the Senate Intel Committee, and AFTER he’s ‘outa there’, we see highly classified/confidential info, (the identity of a whistleblower who blew the whistle ON the fbi, gets raided BY the fbi, and the leak HAD to come from either Senate committee (or their staff) or from IG Horowitz.

          Is it possible this was ANOTHER leak trap? I come down on the side of desperation, rather than Hubris, for the black hats. They aren’t being sly, at all.

          Granted, we may not know what mueller etc. are doing behind the scenes, other than ‘strategic leaking’, but so much of what they are doing is right out in the light, for everyone to see.

          Rather than a cleaner, Mueller is a plate spinner, trying to keep all the plates in the air. Anyone who’s seen a plate spinner perform, knows the outcome. Once the first plate hits the floor, they all come crashing down.

          Its inevitable.

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        • mark says:

          Definitely a trap by IG Horrowitz. Cain sat in a church pew with a hoodie and sun glasses and without saying a word handed a double sealed envelope containing a flash drive over his shoulder to IG Horrowitz right hand man. Let me get this straight. Whistleblower contacts his lawyer says how do we do this? Lawyer says I’ll contact the IG office so they won’t know your name. You wear a hoodie and sun glasses so they won’t know who you are. Don’t say anything or look over your shoulder just give the thumb drive to who ever shows up. IG Horrowitz gets the thumb drive gives it to Congressional and Senate committees. No one knows Mr. Cain is involved except his lawyer. FIB suddenly raids Mr. Chains home. Why are we only getting this information now 2 weeks after the fact? Because Mr. Chains lawyer had to clear it through IG Horrowitz.
          Lots of leaking going on by either Senate committee or Congressional committee. Either way IG Horrowitz now knows 1 of or maybe both committees are dirty along with the FBI and breaking the law.
          As a side note, to answer Sundances question from a few days ago, I believe that it’s the IG that is leaking information about the corruption in our Government.

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    • snellvillebob says:

      Chuck Grassley should have Wray in front of his committee ASAP if he is serious about protecting whistle-blowers.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Wray can lead the troops in non bias training. The FBI needs to be disbanded and Dept. of Homeland Security become the domestic Federal police officers.

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      • lydia00 says:

        The spin is already prepared. We had reason to believe not all docs were turned over . Now, FBI has the docs for Mueller who plays a game with a cooperating judge to suppress it as classified. ?

        But who ordered the raid?

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  4. conservalicious says:

    I think the $hit is getting ready to hit the fan and people who know this are acting desperate.

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  5. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    I have a few questions myself.
    I think I’ll try Josh at that #.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Please report back at your earliest convenience.

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      • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

        I asked Josh WTF was going on there?

        He told me to “watch Hannity tonight.” then before he hung up he said “Tick Tock”

        OK, just kidding. Actually I got a robo-girl recording telling me it was Grassley’s Senate # blah blah. Then it gave me the times to call.

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  6. Janeka says:

    Umm.. why does Sen Meadows come to mind..

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  7. Amy2 says:

    My condolences to the Bush family, but his timing sucks!!

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    • Sporty says:

      I don’t have any condolences for that family. None nada zip.

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      • Amy2 says:

        You know I was trying to explain to my husband that there is no love lost for 41. Could you give a little insight?
        I see stuff about the CIA/JFK but Bush was a local politician when JFK was assassinated. Any info would be appreciated! Thanks!

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        • suejeanne1 says:

          I think one of the odd things about George H. W. Bush is that he did not remember where he was on that day – plus there was purportedly a photograph of him in Dallas.

          IMHO, anyone who was cognizant of the world at that time, from the youngest to the oldest, would have known when and where they were when they heard that horrible news about President Kennedy – so, for Bush to not remember where he was is especially weird – wouldn’t he have written a letter to his mother or something?

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        • DJ says:

          Well, I’ve got to admit I’ll give him props for nominating Justice Thomas…

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          • oldschool64 says:

            True! And imagine if he had fought only half as ferociously for Thomas as Trump did for Kavanaugh.

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          • Carrie2 says:

            DJ, and his time in WWII, but turned me off for not voting for Trump but Hillary. But then I had heard the family were actually globalists for some time, which seems to happen a lot to the very rich. His promises did not get fulfilled and he sorta apologized for them. They say he is shall we say “genteel” while Trump is rough and uncouth. Really? Our President is getting things done and is not a globalist but a nationalist (even 41 said he was a nationalist but could not have been the truth. Since when is now becoming a custom to hold funerals in OUR buildings in DC? Frankly, I think that is an insult to each and very American!

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            • Sherri Young says:

              Even the evil kings of Judah were expected to be buried in the royal tombs.
              ================
              The 5-minute ABC news headlines at the top and bottom of the hour today reported that GHWB’s casket with remains would be flown from Ellington Field to Washington DC. Later, the headline blurb was changed to say that the flight was on AF1. Finally, the report was that PDJT had sent AF1 to pick up GHWB’s body and his family for the flight to Wash DC. Also mentioned that the flight had a different call sign that incorporated the number 41. AF1 is only AF1 if the president is aboard, IIRC. Maybe ABC received complaints and had to say something nice about Trump or maybe they did not know earlier. No matter what prompted the story change, it was good to hear ABC not push negative spin toward Trump.

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        • dd_sc says:

          GHW Bush has a long history with the CIA (CIA Director in the early 70’s). Allegedly was working with CIA in early 60’s and involved in Cuba operations.

          You can search “GHW Bush JFK assassination” and get all sorts of links.

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          • Amy2 says:

            Thanks!

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            • trialbytruth says:

              One more.seriois.point of interest Oswalds.personel.phome.book had Bush’s home phone # in it under.”oil man” . That’s the one that made me take a whole new look at Mr Bush.

              One other thing the.media is telling us he was the.most popular president following gulf war1..They then go on to blame a souring economy.for his.inability to get elected. That is pure revisionism. He lost because he decided to go into Somalia. His reasoning was:

              (Paraphrasing a speech). We are now the only superpower therefore there is a NEW WORLD ORDER. It is our responsibility to fix the world.

              That speech scared a.lot.of people. The debacle of Black hawk down followed. It was.this overreach and predictable result that defeated him.

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          • starfcker says:

            George Bush floating around in the Pacific Ocean for quite a while after being shot down in World War II. Not my favorite President, but the first Iraq war was our last clean win. The Kennedy stuff is nuts. He wasn’t in the CIA at that time

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            • trialbytruth says:

              You will never find evidence.of anyone being an opperatives for the CIA, Only anonymous.starz.for those who die.

              George was comected ( dad was.politically powerful ) .

              George was.a.navy pilot ( hi intellect understood.chain of command)

              George went.to the right.school.and belonged to the correct fraternity (.skull.and crossbones)

              George’s job making oil deals made him a world traveler.( Great Cover )

              And the most interesting thing to me Oswald’s.personel.phone.book had George’s home phone number in it under Oil Man

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            • lydia00 says:

              That is because the mission was to get Iraq out of Kuwait. Period. No nation building. No routing Iraq, etc.

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        • Amused says:

          The humorous meme is that he is the only person on earth who can’t say where he was on the day that JFK was assassinated (Dallas, Texas according to the book “The Bush Crime Family”)

          He was behind the attempted assassination of Reagan and the first Irag war. Former head of the CIA, a notorious criminal organization. Traitorous builder of the One World Government (the “New World Order”). Traitorous servant of the United States’ long-time enemy, Israel.

          One could go on.

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          • Paqul Killinger says:

            You have.

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            • lemmus1 says:

              …for far too long

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            • nrgmizer says:

              … Or not long enough. Especially when including his stint as Nikola Tesla’s assistant “Curious” George Scherff, his Texas company Zapata Oil, and his father, (Nazi Banker) Prescott Bush.

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            • nrgmizer says:

              …. and not to forget that as family friends: “Neil Bush, son of the then vice president of the United States, was scheduled to have dinner on March 31, 1981, with Scott Hinckley, brother of John Hinckley, the day after a bullet came within an inch of making Neil Bush’s father the new president of the United States.” (nathanielblumberg.com)

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        • Ollie Hadfield says:

          Bush was asked where was he when JFK was assassinated and he couldn’t recall. Everyone knows where they were when that happened and there is a photo of Bush in Dallas. He was part of either the assassination or the cover up!

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          • swissik says:

            I think he was part of the cover up, deep state, swamp creatures were active in those days already and he would fit in. I am very old and I DO remember exactly where I was, what radio station I heard the news on and followed all the activity of the Dallas police dept and other authorities day and night. I always believed that the entire investigation was messed up, whether on purpose or just sloppiness. When Ruby was allowed to traipse into the basement of the police station without any problem whatsoever, that sealed it for me. I was watching a horrific charade. To this day I don’t believe anything that was in the Warren report, just another version of a grand cover up. But enough of that….

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          • nrgmizer says:

            Bush Sr. was busy directing JFK’s assassination via firing squad overlooking Dealy Plaza in Dallas. How convenient that he “forgot”.

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        • andy says:

          Iraq War 1. They pushed the fake baby incubater story to sell Iraq war part 1 after telling Sadam that how he delt with the slant drilling of Kuwaiti was none of our business. . Forget about Kennedy, not out of disrespect, but lets be contemporary if we can, 😀 .

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        • Heika says:

          here is an article exploring that topic, the dark side of 41 (for your research :-))

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        • Amy2 says:

          Thank you everyone for you input and insights into Bush 41. I appreciate your taking the time. Very enlightening!

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    • Paqul Killinger says:

      If history’s any guide, as CIA Director he likely chaired the then current variant of “Majestic 12,” which is/was the Govt’s central UFO coordinating entity.

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  8. John from shitcago says:

    Is something finally going to happen. Lots of talk about a FISA warrant on sessions. That is why he had to leave and was in a way powerless. At what point does Rosenstein finally flip, or has he????

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    • The Boss says:

      I wonder if RR’s office got an electronic makeover while he was flying around on AF1 last month.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Why FISA warrant on Sessions? Just spy on him like all the other Senators. Easy peasy.

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    • lydia00 says:

      Rosenstein just plays both sides. He can’t be fired without obstruction of justice charges leveled at Trump. He is there to make sure Mueller is protected. He actually set Trump up by advising him to fire Comey.

      Frankly for a guy who knows nothing about GC navigating, I think Trump did a pretty good job. but the rule of thumb for all incoming governors and presidents, is fire every single appointed person. Or demand their pink slips be on your desk on inauguration day. That is the single one mistake so many of the newbies make. we had one of our first Republican governors in 60 years who made the same exact mistake. And they had him in catch 22. Never ever think you are being nice or will get credit for continuity. The problem Trump has is I don’t think he expected to win. And he did not have his appointees picked out. They’re probably were not a lot to choose from.

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  9. SpotTheSpook says:

    Whistle-blower that was raided cancelled for Hannity tonight.

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  10. C R Lord says:

    Here’s an interesting thought. I think I read somewhere that there was a second whistle blower who was found. I was thinking about the people involved in the Uranium One fiasco and I thought of Hillary of course, and Vlad and then I remembered that Mueller was the head of the FBI at that time and I believe he facilitated the cover up between Hillary and Russia.

    Suppose that information came to the President and he spoke to Mueller about it and told him the consequences of such an act. Suppose that Mueller in an attempt to cover his own butt decided to turn evidence about Hillary and anyone else involved in that deal in exchange for some clemency. Who would know more about that deal than him? Wouldn’t it be a shock to the Deep State if it turned out that Mueller was the second whistle blower? Talk about stunning the political world!

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  11. Mike says:

    Thanks SD

    Once again you got it. Don’t know how you do it so fast.

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  12. I wish Sen Grassley would stay on the Judiciary Committee. Don’t trust Lyndsey Graham at all.

    Interesting, too, that Sen Grassley points out that the information given to the IG was turned over to House and SENATE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTE

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  13. flyboy51v says:

    All of this feels like manipulation at this point. Grassley is great at strongly worded memos … but nothing ever happens ….

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    • bflyjesusgrl says:

      That’s because of the corrupt DOJ. Grassley has sent many criminal referrals to them. We need an AG that will actually follow through, prosecute the law breakers, and cleanup the corruption.

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      • Mr. Whitaker? Anybody seen the AAG? Hello, Mr. Whita…….. Ah, never mind. Its not worth it.

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        • bflyjesusgrl says:

          BTW, Corsi filed his complaint against Mueller with Whitaker today.
          IMO, Whitaker is crippled like Sessions was. He can do everyday normal AG things, but if he moves against the swamp, all hell will break out. We need a new Senate confirmed Bulldog AG for swamp fighting. That won’t happen til next Congress session.

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          • mark says:

            We don’t need a Senate confirmed AG. We can have consecutive 210 day appointments for as long as need be of anyone who will get the job done. Actually it’s better in mho if President Trump sticks it right up the Senate’s ass by not nominating a perminate AG. Just bypass the Senate and keep renewing the 210 day process.

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            • bflyjesusgrl says:

              A temporary AG invites more investigations and illegitimate lawsuits. Why add extra to the battle?? The President is constitutionally entitled to an AG.

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              • mark says:

                With all the RINOs in the Senate do you really think the Senate will approve any BULLDOG AG investigator? Most are guilty as hell of graft or corruption. That’s why you just bypass the Senate.

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Agreed. Nothing happens to criminal referral to Swetnick?

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Flyboy, that is because the Uniparty runs the Senate. USA interests are viewed as the Swine Flu and all avoid any action that may question

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  14. Caius Lowell says:

    Obama’s corrupt Deep State protects Obama’s corrupt Deep State, not America…

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  15. jack says:

    Gee, the DEEP STATE did the only thing that is “smart and cunning” if they want WHISTLE-Blowers to “keep quiet” … and that is to show any future people who are planning to blow the lid off corrupt Government … “Big Brother will come after you and raid your home at 3AM if you blow the whistle! ”

    It was done on purpose , just like the Cohen raid, and Manafort raid … showed the DEEP STATE doesn’t obey the laws to “get you”, and can trample on your “rights”. And if you don’t LIE the way the DEEP STATE wants you to lie, we will lock you up and throw away the key!

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  16. LKAinLA says:

    The whistleblower raid by our Government should scare everyone awake. This maneuver is a wake up call that no one will be protected if they try and expose the corruption. This is President Trump’s Administration and this raid has been allowed to stand. The corruption is allowed to fester every single day and the silence is deafening at this point. I suppose this administration will stand next to the Clinton’s and sing G.H. Bush praise at the Bush Family rehab funeral. I am appalled at the silence from so called patriots. Who will come forward in the future?

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  17. bflyjesusgrl says:

    Somebody wanted to know what Cain had and couldn’t get it from SSCI. Since Wolfe arrest, isn’t SSCI being monitored?? Can a crooked Comey/McCabe FBI lawyer get a search warrant by themselves, or do they perhaps need help from a Rosenstein? They give the warrant to regular agents to conduct search, explains why they had no knowledge Cain was a whistleblower. Agents bring the bounty back for dissemination to the crooks who can now plot their defense.

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    • Paqul Killinger says:

      That is interesting…

      I always enjoyed “Spy vs Spy.” Who’s investigating whom at any given time is the question, which is forever open to speculation.

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    • WSB says:

      If they got anything.

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    • mark says:

      But the only person who knew Mr. Cains identity was his lawyer. Go up thread and read the article. Someone from the Senate or Congressional committee either figured out the whistle blowers name or leaked the info on the thumb drive to the FIB and they figured out the whistle blowers name. Either way they outed a PROTECTED WHISTLEBLOWER!!

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      • bflyjesusgrl says:

        From original Daily Caller article, Cain went to Horowitz, who then turned info over to House and Senate Committees. Somebody on SSCI leaked the info to DOJ/FBI to cause the warrant and raid. The warrant accused Cain of stealing government documents. No one told the court he was a whistle blower by design.

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        • mark says:

          Cain went to a church with a hoodie and sun glasses on, never turned around and handed the double sealed envelope with a thumb drive in it over his shoulder to someone, presumably IG Horrowitz TRUSTED right hand man. No offense bfly but do you really think Cain contacted the IG to say he was a whisleblower or do you think he had his lawyer do it for him to keep his identity safe?

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  18. WHAT?
    No CC to IG Horowitz’ boss AAG Whitaker?

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  19. Christine says:

    For those who followed the excellent Imperator Rex on Twitter (who recently nuked Rex’s third account in just months), Rex today published an interesting article on Quodverum, speculating that Nathan Cain may have been a decoy (not the real whistleblower) as part of President Trump’s continued leak-hunting, ie “the leaks are real, the news is fake”, to expose rogue FBI agents.

    No idea how accurate Rex’s theory is, but I always enjoy reading his thoughts.

    https://quodverum.com/2018/12/337/trump-s-master-spooks.html

    For those who haven’t discovered Quodverum yet, it publishes articles by Conservative voices, including those banned by Twitter, e.g. Thomas Wictor.

    Watching Hannity right now, with Geraldo speaking about the caravan of illegal aliens on the Mexico/US border. Yes, this is an important topic, but the fact the Murdoch boys bumped the Nathan Cain interview, but kept this, shows how concerned the Deep State must be about Cain’s revelations.

    Oh, and after the break, Hannity reveals the “shocking” “War on Christmas”. Cain was bumped for this???? He needs to go onto Dan Borgino pronto.

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    • Grateful for you tip and link, Christine, as I’d been sadly missing both Rex and Wictor!

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    • Christine says:

      Well, if anyone had any doubt that Fox is simply controlled opposition, the “shocking” Hannity “War on Christmas” is about a teacher telling their 6yo students that Santa isn’t real.

      Whistleblower Nathan Cain was bumped for a Santa story.

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    • Payday says:

      Man, that current post by Rex is such a great read. I so much want to believe it. But with so much fake information, it’s so hard to do.

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      • Christine says:

        I agree, Payday! I suspect Rex is off-base on this one. But, I love reading a range of Conservative voices, to help form my own opinion. And it’s great to see Rex back. Not sure what tweet got him banned this time.

        Sundance has been my first daily go-to for 2.5 years now, for his superb research. I suspect it is for most Conservative journalists (citizen & professional alike)!

        What I find interesting is how a big range of interpretations arise from Sundance’s research (bolstered by contributions from several other talented researchers). And it’s inspiring how Conservatives are generally still polite to each other, even when they disagree.

        I just hope The Truth will eventually be revealed. Is the Deep State still in control, or is it 5D chess by President Trump? I guess if Obama, Hillary, Brennan, Rice, Jarrett et al are still roaming free, unindicted, by the end of Trump’s first term, we’ll have our answer.

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    • yucki says:

      Maybe.
      But I’ve grown leery of decoys and kabuki and false flags and 64D-chess.

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    • elmo says:

      Pathetic Murdock maneuver.

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  20. jack says:

    So Trump has been president of the USA for almost 2 years and it’s his DOJ and FBI dept!

    He seems like a Business President but he doesn’t come across as a person capable of being in charge of the DOJ and FBI … as head of the executive branch! And Trump’s choices to fill those positions doesn’t seem “smart”.

    Sundance and Friends have been pretty patient the last 2 years, … but at what point to we “throw up our hands” and say … is Trump going to do anything about this or not.

    Our side does a lot of talking and Mueller Team takes a lot of ACTION!

    Trump is all talk on this matter … but Trump is a man of ACTION where Business is concerned , and the Business of running the Country.

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  21. Thanks indirectly to Bongino I came across this absolutely mind blowing list of donors to the Clinton Foundation. This is not by any means a secret. Can anyone explain why none of this is considered “collusion?”

    https://dmlnews.com/eye-opening-list-donors-clinton-foundation-list/

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    • Christine says:

      Great find! Now it needs to be cross-referenced against the people and companies listed in President Trump’s Executive Order of 21 December 2017 freezing their assets for corruption or human trafficking.

      https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/executive-order-blocking-property-persons-involved-serious-human-rights-abuse-corruption/

      (This EO attached only lists 13 entities whose assets are caught, but I’m positive several months ago I saw a much longer supplementary list of others also caught by the EO).

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    • nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

      The “sarcastic” answer would be “donors to the Clinton Foundation” vice Trump Supporters.
      But perhaps there is a small grain of truth hidden within that answer.

      But then, the new Congress will be furiously going after the Presidents tax records while at the same time ignoring the Clinton “donations” from foreign governments. And even turning a blind eye to Bill’s campaign contributions from Chinese Military Officers.

      Like they used to say in the days of Mutually Assured Destruction, “Its not who you know, but who you……!”

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    • sDee says:

      What a list! It reflects what freemen are up against. Globalism.

      Trump declared war on globalism. He is undermining it. TPP, NAFTA, Climate Accord, China.

      The Clintons cannot be far behind.

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    • Dave says:

      Gee, if I had $1 for every donor listed, I’d be rich! You’d expect certain names from the left, like Soros Foundation, etc. Just about every type of corporation is covered. Fox News was not really a surprise, considering its owners. But Newsmax? I thought they were conservatives! Donald Trump made the donor list, but I’m sure that was from years ago! Sick to see my union make the list, although not a surprise. But Henry Aaron? The Hall of Famer? What would be even more mind blowing besides this list: The promises made to each donor by the Clintons in exchange for their loot!

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    • WSB says:

      Ha! Found one of my first clients on the list.

      What is really bothersome are not the individual names per se, but the number of USAID copy cat organizations, i.e from Ireland and Australia, charities (Fisher Brothers), various sketchy foundations, and outright government ‘programs’ handing taxpayer cash over to the Clintons.

      This is indeed a worldwide laundromat list, which may be part of what Dan Bongino is referring to in his podcast yesterday. Here is one maddening example giving over $25M:

      “6) UNITAID
      In early 2006, France’s President Jacques Chirac announced his decision to create a drug-purchase facility to advance international development projects, with France contributing 90 percent of its new airline ticket tax toward the endeavor. [18]Chile joined the effort, establishing its own airline ticket tax to support international development. That September, Unitaid was founded by Brazil, Chile, France, Norway and the United Kingdom.”

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  22. King Arthur says:

    *yawn* Tick tock….

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  23. I have a lot of hope the Senate judiciary committee is going to continue the fight to make the DOJ Great Again in 2019. When I heard Graham make his remarks about “collaborators with the enemy” during the Kavanaugh hearings, I knew something had changed.

    We’re starting to see this come together with Trump holding the Senate through the midterms, the AG handover to Whitaker and Trump tweeting the jail pic. 2019-2020 we may finally see some real justice get underway, as a counter-punch to the illegitimate House Dems who are going to be running wild with Trump-Russia collusion stories from day 1.

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  24. joeknuckles says:

    Dan, are you reading this? Dan? DAN! You made me sit through a whole hour of Hannity, 95% of which was him talking. I was expecting a big reveal, but got nothing. Could have learned more watching The View. Next time, book the guy on your own show like you did Papa D and take care of business yourself. You know you can’t count on Fox for anything.

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  25. Mike says:

    Look, Hannity with all his flaws has still been the best dispersal source of information, as far as audience reach.

    If he benched the Cain story for the crap that made the show tonight I believe there was a good reason for it.

    Maybe there there is more information coming to support it, or maybe the judgement was made that the funeral coverage would give the rat media an excuse to ignore it.

    Grassley is on this, and I have NO DOUBT PRESIDENT TRUMP IS TOO.

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    • sDee says:

      “If he benched the Cain story for the crap that made the show tonight I believe there was a good reason for it.”

      A good reason indeed – his producer benched it. Both of their paychecks are signed by Murdoch – a propagandist anxdentrenched anti-American globalist of the worst kind.

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      • Mike says:

        You may be right Dee. But Hannity is a big money maker for FOX. Plus in spite of his annoying habit of interrupting his guests, I still think he is a patriot.

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      • MustangBlues says:

        Presidential deaths dominate all news programs for many cycles. Everything else put on the back burner–period!

        Would not bet on the squashed blockbuster by corporate greed and nwo goons
        conspiracy angle.

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    • bflyjesusgrl says:

      41 died around 10:30 Friday night, AFTER Hannity aired. It’s the honorable thing to do for him to pay respects tonight, which bumped the planned guests. They’re only allowed so much time for segments, and the computer will cut them off and go to commercial. I’ve seen it happen to Laura several times and they get in trouble for it.
      Hannity interrupts to get the questions in, but doesn’t always get the answers in, which kinda defeats the purpose sometimes, LOL. He doesn’t interrupt on his radio show like he does on TV because he’s not “produced” and time restricted on radio.

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  26. Steve Schultz says:

    There’s no evidence that the opponent is desperate.

    They may, on the other hand, feel secure and confident enough to enjoy the idea of flexing their muscles and making an example out of those who challenge them.

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  27. Merkin Muffy says:

    Let’s see…FBI raids Whistleblower who has dirt on…the FBI. Hmm…

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  28. Donna in Oregon says:

    We can contact the Inspector General too.

    Email: https://www.justice.gov/doj/webform/your-message-department-justice

    Click on Topic: Inspector General

    Write a letter:

    U.S. Department of Justice
    Office of the Inspector General
    950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.,
    Suite 4706
    Washington, D.C. 20530-0001

    Phone:

    Phone: (202) 514-3435
    Fax: (202) 616-9881

    All the DOJ Inspector General field offices. For instance I would really like to know what if anything the Huber guy did about Hillary and her Foundation pay-to-play and emails. Where’s the report Mr. IG?

    Look at all the DOJ Inspector General offices we pay for.
    https://oig.justice.gov/about/directory.htm

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    • Mae Miller says:

      If Cain has information that he has not revealed, it seems unlikely he would keep it only in his home. It would seem more likely that anything he didn’t want to reveal would be kept in a more secure location known by someone who would follow through ‘in case something happened to him.’

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  29. This letter is good news. When the raid against Cain was first revealed by The Daily Caller, I had commented that I expected Grassley to react. He is a true patriot unlike many others in Congress.
    I listed to Bongino today and his theories on the raid were plausible–particularly the idea that the raid occurred to discover other information that Cain might not yet have given to Horowitz and SSCI, et. al. (The theory is that most whistleblowers don’t give all the evidence away at first.)
    And, I would also posit that SSCI alerted Mueller about this and “suggested” that they make the raid to ensure that all Cain’s info was available for viewing by those that will need to defend themselves

    Stinks to high heaven. I hope Cain does appear on Bongino; it will be a superior interview for sure.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I’m sorry, but IF I were a w.b., and IF I were going to ‘hold something back’, I certainly wouldn’t keep it in my HOUSE.

      If its my ‘insurance policy’, and arkaticide is a definite possibility, it would be held by someone I trust, but that no search of my background would reveal, in an envelope to be opened upon my death.

      Its not clear to me exactly what they hoped to find, but multiple agents, for 13 hours is a LOTTA searching.

      Also don’t see how the agents could conduct such a search, without KNOWING what they were looking for.

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  30. emeraldcoaster says:

    While Grassley plays the game with the IG, does Cain have a case to sue the FBI for violating whistleblower protection act? Surely there are some truth-hungry legal entities willing to help. And why isn’t the AAG calling someone onto the carpet? (That assumes Whitaker wears a white hat.)

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  31. Right to reply says:

    Anyone else noticing all the FBI raids over recent days?

    Liked by 2 people

  32. davidb says:

    has anyone heard anything on Whitaker?

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  33. Reports are out that Gen, Flynn’s sentencing is finally due an entire year after McCabe’s pal the FISA judge was thrown off the case. It is said Mueller will give a good, lenient report–since they were caught red-handed trying to railroad Flynn.

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    • disgustedwithjulison says:

      I think they will extend it again. Unlike Cohen and Manafort, the “lie” Flynn told was directly related to the Russia probe. If Mueller knows that the Russian probe was an illegal operation, sentencing Flynn under that operation would be a crime. I believe this is why we have seen Flynn’s sentence continually punted in the hopes that VSGPDJT would get fed up and fire them so they could impeach for obstruction. Instead, el Jefe has let them sit in their poop on this one and they cannot sentence. Maybe I’m wrong….just my two cents. This can will get kicked down the road again.

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      • Payday says:

        Sure makes sense to me.

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      • Anonymous says:

        Motivation:

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      • twohawk says:

        These are indeed extra ordinary times.

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      • Dutchman says:

        That has been my thought since the second postponement; Mueller team KNOWS that there is evidence that would show it was a set up.

        If they go through sentencing, everyone involved could be charged for misprison of felony, or whatever its called, prosecutorial misconduct, etc.

        Serious Jail time, AND loss of lie cence to ‘practice’, AND monumental lawsuit.

        ‘We’ have NEVER heard from the second fib agent that interviewed Flinn, along with, was it strozx or mccabe?

        So, whether be VSG, or just situational, leverage keeping Mueller from following through on sentencing.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          “”We’ have NEVER heard from the second fib agent” – TRUE.
          And, wasn’t there information that the “form 302” was edited later to claim “lying”, rather than “no lying”? The “process crimes” criminal perps need to go to jail, along with the cabal-collaborating FISA judge.

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  34. HickTick says:

    Why would you waste your time watching Fox ??? Especially after they deliberately called the house for the democrats 2 hours before the poles closed . You can read any bombshells on line way before you hear it on Hannity . I don’t miss it one bit . There is some reason why no body has been indicted , They could indict McCabe , Strzok and Page no problem , their texts alone will convict them .

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  35. simon says:

    So when did “whistler blower” status let you retain documents and materials you weren’t suppose to possess to start with. I’m not sure I see where “whistle blower” status defers national archive status to the individual. I don’t believe I’ve seen in any report that the individual was taken into custody or subjective to questioning other than where he stowed his stolen documents.

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    • twohawk says:

      And your take on this needs to be added to the discourse. I believe being given a ‘copy’, or, that some identical, sensitive information was retained by someone not authorized to have it, triggered the warrant.

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  36. Could the raid on the whistle blower have been a sting operation to trap those who ordered the raid? This article makes an excellent case:
    https://quodverum.com/2018/12/337/trump-s-master-spooks.html

    Their goal was to seize all the original documents which were supposed to be in his home and destroy them!

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    • Anonymous says:

      “Could the raid on the whistle blower have been a sting operation…”

      More wish fulfillment hopes. Too many people hoping for some secret Jeff Sessions, Q, white hat, 5 D chess with magic leverage.

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  37. GTOGUY says:

    There has been some “speculation” that the raid was due to a chain of custody situation by the FBI. Another one about maybe the DS is worried about what information he may have turned over, and they want to see it all.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Custody argument makes no sense as Bongino (who is ex law enforcement) explains. They could have just asked for the info versus a 3 AM raid. It is normal to ask for things to be turned over and gives custody. Also, the Cain lawyer complained. Ergo…it was a hostile act, not desired by Cain.

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    • twohawk says:

      I think perhaps there are loyalty camps within the FBI, The left have their guys in the agency that follow their direction, and are in their pockets. The right also laying claim to a portion, that is hopefully is upholding the constitution.

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  38. Hebo Sabe says:

    Trump is now a politician.

    He is now willing to hide what they tell him … for the good of the country. GHWB is now a f’n hero and so are the others.

    He’s playing Panda with we the people.

    That’s ok if he plays dragon with our enemies but so far, panda is still the victim… after two years.

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    • Dutchman says:

      The ‘enemies’ its ok for “Trump”, as you refer to him, to play dragon with, are the ultimate benefactors, employers even, of the “they” you say are telling him to hide things.

      Go sit in the corner.

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      • Hebo Sabe says:

        Sitting in the corner may have worked for you, however it’s not a useful platform on a textual driven posting forum.

        That being said. Trump is a politician now and there’s many meanings to what he says.

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  39. Right to reply says:

    Who is the “Secret Whistle blower”? Is that person the one who gave the documents to Cain?

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  40. AbeLincoln says:

    The raid is for parallel construction purposes.

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  41. Republicanvet91 says:

    If I could put on my tinfoil hat, I would ask, how do you get the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One investigated without involving current deep state swamp rats and listening to the left scream about partisan witch hunts against poor Hillary?

    My tinfoil hat would tell me that a whistle blower who had the evidence could be raided, with eventual questions to the IG. That would result in an IG investigation, and eventual oversight in the relevant committees in the Senate, without having the SSCI demand jurisdiction over any oversight investigation into the raid.

    Rather than a direct investigation into either, it would be an investigation into the treatment of a known whistle blower. Gee, look at the evidence that was found during that investigation?

    The answer to my tin foil hat question would be provided by knowing who signed off on the raid.

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  42. NC Nana says:

    What a sad, sad world we live in. The DOJ and their subordinate FBI do not follow US whistle blower laws. No one says anything, especially their bosses.

    The Chairman of the NC Ethic and Elections Board just resigned because he was called on his politicking after he accepted the Ethic/Elections job. This was not just a slip but 17 pages of Tweets clearly stating his political views.

    The Elections Chairman (a Democrat) also had no excuse for not following the law. He is a member of the NC bar. The rule he broke is one of the 5 (five), count them 5 things in the State Statute that he cannot do. It was black letter law and very simple to read. It says:

    163A 2 (j) No person while serving on the State Board shall do any of the following:

    3) Make written or oral statements intended for general distribution or dissemination to the public at large supporting or opposing the nomination or election of one or more clearly identified candidates for public office.

    It just seems like common sense to me that the Chairman of an Elections Board would to that without being told.

    Seems like the FBI should know they can’t harass a whistle blower too.

    This is me thinking what disappointment will come next?

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  43. appraisher says:

    Grassley should be asking for a copy of the warrant, which must show exactly what the FBI were searching for. If the warrant was for documents that are already in the possession of the DOJ (and “whistleblower protected), and which Cain immediately turned over at the time of receiving the warrant, why did the FBI spend an additional 6 HOURS searching? Searching for what?

    …or perhaps just “looking at” something that was beyond the scope of the warrant?

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  44. Doreen Scott says:

    I take it as a threat to others that might be thinking of talking. We can get to you anytime we want.

    Liked by 6 people

  45. richq11 says:

    Welcome to Deep State Theater!

    Liked by 2 people

  46. Will Hunt says:

    This action was clearly incriminating evidence gathering and/or intimidation. This isn’t 1955. Hard copy sensitive documents are not stored in a hidden wall safe. Believing that all digital copies of anything have been obtained is impossible.

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  47. Grampa says:

    I see many valid questions. all deserve answers. do we have a government of the people? or a government that will now write its own rules to fit its needs it says they move to rule by intimidation and by force—————Grampa

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