DOJ Wants Details of Mysterious FBI Raid on Protected IG Whistleblower Kept Secret – Target of Raid Says “Police State”…

An interesting legal development (full pdf below) in the aftermath of the mysterious FBI raid on protected FBI whistleblower Nate Cain. [Backstory]  The DOJ wants the details behind the search warrant to remain under seal, and the whistleblower target of that warrant -who was not arrested- is accusing the DOJ-FBI of being a police state:

[Tweet Link – – Daily Caller Story Link]

Something about this entire story is just not adding up.  The whistleblower came forward to the IG with information about how the FBI covered-up for the Clintons during investigations about the Clinton Foundation.  The IG gave the whistleblower protection, confirmed anonymity, and passed on his documentary evidence to the Senate Intelligence Committee (SSCI).   Then the whistleblower gets raided.

From the outset the DOJ and IG claims don’t match the DOJ and FBI conduct.   Even Senator Chuck Grassley has questions.

Here’s the DOJ motion today to keep everything under seal:

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This is the letter from Senator Grassley to Inspector General Horowitz.  Notably Grassley wasn’t asking FBI Director Chris Wray for the answers:

(Link to Grassley Letter)

Something sketchy is going on in the background of this story, it just doesn’t make sense.  Why raid the confirmed and IG protected whistleblower?

A possible explanation is that corrupt FBI and DOJ officials, the ones at risk from the evidence provided by the whistleblower, wanted to know what evidence Nate Cain had against them; what was their exposure; and the raid was an effort to protect their interests. That’s the alarming possibility.

However, if that cover-up or target motive is true  – the brazen nature of the operation is stunning; and the corrupt officials must really believe they are so above the law they can act without any concern. Obviously Nate Cain appears to be pointing in that direction.

Yikes.

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538 Responses to DOJ Wants Details of Mysterious FBI Raid on Protected IG Whistleblower Kept Secret – Target of Raid Says “Police State”…

  1. StanH says:

    The parlor game of reading tea leaves.

    Maybe Nate Cain is not what he appears to be, and was working as a diversion for deep state. Perhaps President Trump knew about and sanctioned the raid?

    Or then again it’s what it appears to be FBI Deep State Jackboots covering their asses?

    Time will tell.

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      The FBI, the enforcement division of the Washington Mob. Untouchable. But not forever.

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      • singingsoul says:

        My trust in the FBI is gone to me they are no better than the mob. I say that of a person who used to respect them until this comes debacle and the behavior since . I also lost respect for the DOJ to me they are all no better as they have proven than the thugs in a communist regime.

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        • Leucotheahints says:

          This FBI has no intent of enforcing whistleblower protection.

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        • Good Job! says:

          Maybe the well known patriot Glenn Simpson forwarded to the FBI a memo from the long-trusted source Chris Steele revealing that Nate Cain was Manafort’s messenger and action guy and Cain while pretending to be Michael Cohen met in Prague with hackers and people with “Russian links.”

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      • spartacus says:

        nothing will ever happen with any of this … this nation is to far gone to fix it …

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    • Could the “corrupt officials” be the Gang of 8? Does this fit “believe they are so above the law they can act without any concern”?

      Look at this quote from Sundance carefully again: “The brazen nature of the operation is stunning; and the corrupt officials must really believe they are so above the law they can act without any concern.”

      Now let’s review something else Sundance said: “If there is a U.S. policy that blows up into controversy, and is directly attached to the intelligence community, the Gang of Eight is just as culpable as the administration and intelligence agency itself. This specific construct puts the most powerful Democrats and most powerful Republicans on the same hook as the administration and agency. In the modern UniParty era, this construct also means neither party has any objective toward truthfulness. Both parties are at risk.”

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  2. Bill Hollinger says:

    If Grassley really wants to know why this was allowed, why didn’t he simply pick up the phone and call Wray, instead of sending a letter telling Wray to reply to a staff member?

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    • mazziflol says:

      Cause he’s afraid.

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      • singingsoul says:

        mazziflol says:
        ‘Cause he’s afraid.’
        ————————————————————
        Grassley is not afraid to pick up the phone and call Wray he is smart and wants a paper tail otherwise Wray can say he never called. To me it shows Grassley does not trust the FBI.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Seriously??? An undocumented phone call?? Hell bells son my guess is there have been lots of calls to lots of people. The letter is designed to illuminate the issue not back room it.

      Not to worry though I am sure the ACLU will get right on it.

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    • Greg says:

      The letter was not to Swamp Rat Wray, it was to Swamp Rat IG Horowitz, not sure if it makes a difference.

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      • J-Mac says:

        Wray is no Swamp Rat.

        trump sacked Swamp Rat Comey so he could install his own man at the FBI.

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      • Nimbus says:

        Check out this clip from C-Span, Wray commenting on the reputation of the FBI specifically during his presser on the OIG report on the Clinton email probe. I’ll paraphrase:

        “What a fine bunch of patriots are we…our intern admission rate from the ranks of our countries elite schools is 5%!”

        https://www.c-span.org/video/?447050-1/fbi-director-accepts-oig-report-clinton-email-probe&start=707

        Perhaps the problem within the FBI is they seeking new young agents from left leaning “elite” colleges instead of promoting from the vast cadre of beat cops; officers with real world experience, that have had a few years being lied to by societal scum on a daily basis. Cops that know the sound a nightstick makes when it connects with a coconut. Cops that are red pilled.

        As far as Wray being a white hat interested in anything but covering up the tattered reputation of the FBI at all costs, count me among the skeptics.

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        • lanahi says:

          I think Wray is most interested in saving the FBI, getting back its reputation, and getting it under control. He has removed several who need removed, but he isn’t interested as much in prosecutions of the guilty as he is in “fixing” the FBI. The FBI itself is his job and only focus.
          That is a difference between him and Horowitz and those, like Huber, who are working with Horowitz. Horowitz is the one most concerned with corruption in the FBI and bringing them to justice. That is his entire job.
          I think Wray has referred several to Horowitz but isn’t interested beyond that in the prosecutions. That is okay with me. They’ve each got a focus for their jobs. But it’s also why Wray doesn’t appear to be too aggressive in cleaning things out. I think that’s a wrong impression, but I don’t know for sure.

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      • stringplayer55 says:

        The issue for Horowitz is “How was something delivered to you under the whistleblower statutes made known to the corrupt elements of the FBI/DOJ?” Of course, the answer to that would almost certainly be through corrupt congress critters sitting on the Senate and House intelligence committees. Pick any one of them you like:

        Mark Warner
        DiFi
        Ron Weiden
        Kamala Harris
        Adam Schiff

        Of course, I only pointed to the most corrupt Dems on these committees. The entire Senate Intelligence Committee is corrupt. But this smacks of Dems in league with corrupt elements still inside the FBI/DOJ.

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      • mariner says:

        Apparently it makes no difference to you.

        Apparently anyone not personally acquainted with you, or who does not communicate his plans directly to you at at your whim is a swamp rat.

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    • It was to Inspector General Horowitz not Wray

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  3. Pat says:

    Why didn’t the FBI just ask the IG for copies of what Cain submitted? Answer: They are the TARGET of the investigation and not entitled to see it. It’s as if Al Capone just waltzed into the police station and took all the evidence against him. Then what does the FBI do next? Just what Alinsky says to do. Accuse others of what you are doing. That is destroying evidence, setting up defenses and intimidating witnesses. My guess is that Cain’s evidence will be altered to conflict with what the IG has to set up the canard that the IG evidence can’t be trusted. Any bets Rosenstein authorized it and Whitaker knew nothing about it?

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    • I would think, if Whitaker knew nothing about it, he would have said so. Maybe drag HIM before Congress and get him on the record either way.

      We’re the “children”, and the children are always the last to know…

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      • lanahi says:

        Do you tell the children EVERYTHING?

        The “need to know” is deeply ingrained within the FBI. So is the pride in the Company that they feel they have to protect. This new openness is a difficult thing for them and we will have to forcefully pull every bit of information out of them. Congress has been trying. I’m not convinced we always have “the need to know” in everything, though. In any case, we never will know everything.

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    • Armchair Quarterback says:

      ^^This in a nutshell!

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    • flyboy46 says:

      Hopefully Cain wasn’t dumb enough to keep the real evidence at home where it could be raided.

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    • testpointwp says:

      After seeing what happened to Cohen and Mannafort (and many others), why would anyone keep evidence at their home or office?

      If Dennis Nathan Cain is smart, the only thing that the FBI got was a photoop. They really seem to love showing agents carting boxes full of paper.

      Whistleblower protection is little more than a piece of paper. Paper, just like a white line on pavement, has never protected anyone.

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      • lanahi says:

        The same is true of the Witness Protection Program. Never trust a large organization like that, with so many different players involved, with your life!

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    • Wade Coody says:

      Whitaker ? Who is that ? I understand that someone with that monicker was named AG but haven’t heard anything since.

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  4. Linda K. says:

    The idea of “justice” has become the opiate of the masses. Those in power no longer believe in the laws they legislate or swear to uphold. Instead, they use the “law” to hold down the electoral will of the people. No wonder they want our guns, it is all that is holding them back from absolute and complete power. Too bad the press is so weak as well.

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    • Remington..... says:

      Well said, Linga. Laws are for little people of no consequence. Those to be used as cannon fodder when sent to some distant crap hole to fight.

      I don’t think the press is weak, but rather a major part of the problem..

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      • ibid says:

        David Rockefeller, Baden Germany Bilderberg conference in June, 1991:
        :
        We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march toward a world government. . . . The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries. ”

        The press is doing exactly what their 30 pieces of silver paid them to do.

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        • annieoakley says:

          Colorado’s Governor John Hickenlooper attended the Bilderburg Conference this year. Flew to Detroit from DIA, caught a flight there to Italy.

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          • Right to reply says:

            And the only one attended from the Presidential run, was Rubio’s backer

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          • Doesn’t he have Presidential ambitions? They can’t seem to get enough of him in Colorado, Mayor, Governor, businessman, etc,. Who could be his running choice? Lately I have seen this certain woman’s face on every other magazine at Barnes and Noble and supermarket checkout. They are getting her out front and center for something.

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        • lanahi says:

          The press gets much of their information from the government…whatever the government wants them to know. They receive “4:00 a.m.” talking points every day and count on them. That’s why all of them seem to parrot the same talking points from day to day, even to the exact words used.
          Question: Where are the 4:00 a.m. talking points coming from, specifically? Which person or persons?
          I am certain the white hats know but don’t seem to be acting on it yet.

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    • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

      Who knew. ? P.S. at the end of a correspondence meant ” police state.
      This is no longer a conspiracy people.
      I must moderate viewing any cable news now. It’s not just a 2 tiered system of justice. Social justice has become the mandate for legal interpretation of our “Rule of law ”
      We get ” fair and balanced” at FNC/.And a 24/7/365 feed of absolute “Pravda propaganda” on the rest of cable. The MSM has a splattering of hard news, a few human interest stories and breaking “weather” . FBN is only slightly more tolerable, with one lone warrior, Lou Dobbs, speaking truth to power. That ,since Bill O’R,was successfully “swatted”.
      Our VSGPDJT, is ” America’s Anchor”; in so many ways?

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    • Louis Genevie says:

      I hope Sundance will identify the real human beings behind “the press” and the “media”. There are real criminals making the media policy that encourages the hiring and support of left-wing “journalists” who spew their biased BS. These people have to be identified and called out for what they are and what they are doing.

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  5. CN says:

    They ARE above the law. The worst that can happen is they’ll get a demotion, a good embarrassing, or a few percentage points shaved off the pension followed by go fund me loot to assist with defense expenses for charges never to be filed. Why would they possibly be afraid of the law, they are the law, or what’s left of it.

    The tweeter formerly known as stealthjeff is still banging the “Trump will act when he’s ready”/Horowitz drum. This is the same Horowitz who exonerated Holder for Fast and Furious. Nobody in DOJ is willing to stop this, so no Whitaker is in league with the rest, and Rosenstein is still de facto AG.

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  6. Emuuuu says:

    Sadly, I see a deadly case of Arkancide in Mr. Cain’s future.

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    • DJ says:

      One of the crazier conspiracy theories I’ve seen about this was that the raid was actually intended as protection AGAINST Arkancide. The idea being that his anonymity had been compromised and “highlighting” him with the raid raised his profile to the point where a “Seth Rich” type operation is no longer viable.

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      • DJ says:

        Oh, silly me. All I needed to do was read ONE comment below mine written an hour before. My defense is that my covfefe hasn’t yet kicked in…

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      • lanahi says:

        Maybe it wasn’t meant to protect Cain, but that might have been the end effect of it. I would still be worried, if I were him. The life expectancy of whistleblowers might not be too good these days.

        I no longer automatically reject conspiracy theories. Too many “crazy” things are happening all the time. I’d consider most theories as possible.

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  7. TheBigOldDog says:

    Take it for what it is worth but there is an explanation that says it was done to protect him by making him very public and safeguarding the “evidence” by exposing its existence and publicly documenting its retrieval.

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  8. Jeff P. says:

    REVOLUTION NOW!!! 2020 IT WILL BE TOO LATE!!!!

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  9. Thomas Jay says:

    We obviously live in a police state. Clinton and cronies should be in prison, but they will never be charged. The news media spews propaganda and the sheep eat it up. Disgusts me. Congress is a $#%&ING JOKE. Are there any Patriots left?

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    • Guillermo Maguire says:

      Yes we do. And as I have written before, our focus should be on state governments efforts to clean up the voting process, and the fed securing the borders. There is no point to putting much effort into “catching” the corrupted, We have no power if election process is rigged.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Alligator Gar says:

      Is that your real name? I wouldn’t usually ask, as I know nutters are on the loose. If it is, we are probably related! I had a great-grandfather named Thomas E. Jay. No joke–for reals.

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    • spartacus says:

      yes there are … it’s going to take blood and bodies to fix this … this nation is just a cesspool of degenerate liars and thieves …

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  10. 0670Mach says:

    Were the documents they raided and took, the originals? Is it possible the DOJ is in the middle of an investigation into the cabal, and they did this to preserve chain of command and to keep it from the corrupt Senate Intelligence committee?

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  11. mark says:

    Now would be a good time to fire FIB Director Wray for not following the law on whistleblower protection. President Trump could simply say Mr. Wray your guys broke the law and you were in charge now you’re FIRED!

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  12. E.jay Miller says:

    It’s time for a New Political Party:
    how about “PATRIOTS”? exit the UniParty (DREXIT?) the Republican Party cannot be reformed it must be abandoned.
    The establishment has done exactly ZERO about the Criminals running the agencies–that there is a “two tiered justice system” is also a lie. There is no justice for We The People in the establishment. The Government is truly run amok.
    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

    “That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It would be extremely difficult to start a new party. Others have tried and failed numerous times. I think it would be better to rehab the Republican Party. There’s no reason why we can’t do it. We elected Trump, we just need to stop electing RINOs and start electing better people. Run for office yourself, I’m seriously considering doing a House run.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        PDJT’s final defense against the GOPe when (not if) they try to join the dems to try to impeach and convict him, is to form a third party to unelect the GOPe. We need to keep telling the fake pollsters we support PDJT and will vote out anyone who is part of the GOPe cabal. They need to know they will destroy the party if they continue their anti-Trump behavior.

        It is curious that PDJT has not has an appointee work to secure the GOP reins.

        When the GOP and house/senate fundraisers call, tell them no money or votes until they fully support PDJT, and root out the corruption in the DOJ/FBI.

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      • lanahi says:

        We can’t vote for them if they don’t run. Please run!

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    • MGBSE says:

      100% DISAGREE…the Republican Party is God, Family, Country and just fine once the RINORATS are purged from it…close to 30 – plus the evil McCain and Ryan are gone…sadly the RATS have the House and will spend the next 2 years making fools of themselves while trying to destroy President Trump…hopefully that will expose the additional RINORATS to be purged while we defeat the RATS in 2020.

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    • lanahi says:

      The problem isn’t in the parties, it’s in the system itself. Many or most people WILL be corrupt for their gain if they CAN be. That means the opportunities for corruption must be narrowed or plugged.
      In this election, most of the RINOs lost their reelection bids. This was a tremendous sign, since most incumbents win most of the time. I think the GOP will be cleaned out rather than starting a new party. A new party will take several years to be viable, and we don’t have that kind of time.

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      • spartacus says:

        the problem is human nature … look at human history … we have never been able to govern ourselves without killing each other … the ‘filth’ in washington is just a never ending stream of liars and thieves and it’s never going to change … what the **** was “GOD” thinking when he created us …

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        • mark says:

          I have a cartoon on my fridge that goes like this. GOD is talking to an Angel and they are looking at the earth from Heaven. GOD says to the Angel ” Truth be known, I’d have blown it up years ago if it wasn’t for the dogs”.

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      • piper567 says:

        lanahi, I agree. The current Parties, ha!, have it rigged against any “newcomers”.
        WAY too difficult to even get on ballots.
        this must be an internal upheaval.
        May take a while, but the Trump Train is chugging along.
        Comments ab State level involvement re Election clean-up are where we, as individuals, can start.
        right now.

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  13. CornPicker says:

    The corruption has now taken on a life of its own , the plan is cya in panic mode ,sometimes when your doing missions- crime not everything works as planned, situations spin out of control very fast and you have to react to them , its chaotic, plans with in plans ,

    Here you have the elements of *gang stalking – *community mobbing ,it can be a HUD low income housing track, at your job or a Presidents administration but the game is played the same .

    People can get used to operating out of chaos, children who grew up in a drug or alcoholic household learn fast ,the FBI is operating that way now ,sometimes when your doing missions you are forced into the open , a cop shows up in the back and you run out the front where there are camera’s, your winging it so you cover your face best you can and the plan changes, you can’t roll over and play dead ,you have to play it out and try and fix it later, thats what the FBI does with the help of the media.
    If as you run out the front you leave your car in the back, the cops have your car now , so you then have to call it in stolen . If you have a friend in the media who can run a story about car theft in your area its a lot easyer to sell

    Trump is playing this out and he has the long view , I have faith in him.

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  14. covfefe999 says:

    Of the big media it appears only Fox and RT reported it, Dem propaganda media are silent. Hmmm, I wonder why.

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  15. Nathan Hale says:

    So here is my take on the big picture, it’s simple really.

    There are many good men and women throughout House and Senate, the Executive Branch (even in the FBI!) who want to do the right thing but are afraid that doing so may well bring much of our government structure crashing down. And, understandably, many of these good people fear for their own reputation, their livelihoods, even their personal safety. The very likely consequences would naturally be frightful to even contemplate.

    So the good ones will continue to nibble at the edges, a little here and there but not too much.

    Meanwhile, business as usual, we keep rolling along. I’ve given up waiting on a bombshell to drop exposing all.

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    • WiVoter says:

      Maybe they should read the line in the Declaration of Independence where they pledged their lives their fortunes, and their sacred honor to the cause of liberty. This is the spirit of courage we need but are totally lacking in Washington and around the United States.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      You are too hopeful and trusting. Those who rise in politics and the government bureaucracy (eg, DOJ/FBI) are crooked sociopaths and psychopaths. Comey, muller Lynch have a clear history that their major responsibility is/was to protect corruption of the clintons/obama and their funders/beneficiaries/lobbyists/bribers. The “rank and file” is smart enough to know, yet they stay, participate and enable. Clinton foundation or uranium one or weiner “insurance file”, or political “unmaskings” or immunities-for-destroying subpoenaed evidence “matters” are shut down and hidden. Those that stay in the “rank-and-file” says “I’m OK with that”. Those that can’t stomach it (J. Christian Adams, etc) leave. The rank-and-file left amid the corruption are public serpents, not public servants.

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    • antiqueiron says:

      I think you are at least partially correct. I also think that President Trump doesn’t want to “bring the government structure crashing down.” Herein lies the rub. In order to MAGA, the deep state must be killed once & for all. That would bring it all down. Think, what happens if obama is arrested? Sh*t would get real.

      Trump is trying to operate in an environment that is a giant minefield. He’s trying to do as much as he can, but is severely limited by all the mines. Sure, he can lower taxes, do trade deals etc. But there is apparently a line drawn at the wall, immigration, and several other campaign promises, “Lock Her Up.” Remember, there have been at least four aircraft incidents with Trump family members aboard.

      Sure, he can use intrigue, leverage etc to affect some change, but that has drawbacks as well, like the amount of time it takes to accomplish anything. We just don’t have that kind of time. One year, max. It also gives DS time to use countermeasures, which have been fairly effective so far. One thing I do know is that, “we ain’t seen nothing yet.”

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    • NC Patriot says:

      It took 50-100 years for our government to become this corrupt. AND WE EXPECT EVERYTHING TO BE DEALT WITH IN TWO YEARS?

      We have a POTUS who works for us for free, who doesn’t give up, who is daily attacked from all sides, who has few solid allies, who has turned the economy around, given us good judges, is reordering the world economy etc/

      LETS LEAVE THE BOMBSHELL DECISION TO HIM and stop complaining !

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  16. Richard Whitney says:

    Did the whistleblower actually have the evidence in his home? About a year after he blew the whistle? Does that figure to be true? It is actually a crime to keep the evidence once you use it to blow the whistle. But if he didn’t trust the authority to which he submitted the evidence, would he keep it in his home? Hmmm. Would you?
    Maybe the black hats were ‘tipped off’ to the whistleblower ID and location, and they took it upon themselves to raid the WB. That ‘tip’ might be the same kind of barium meal as that which was in the Wolfe case, that is, the ‘leak’ may have exposed a black hat
    Another case of trying to voodoo the VooDoo Man.

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    • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

      I haven’t seen where Nate Cain states one way or the other about having this evidence in his own home. If he didn’t keep the evidence, what did the raid produce? If he did keep it, why wasn’t he arrested for keeping it?

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      • Richard Whitney says:

        Yes, what did the raid produce? My guess is nothing. IF Cain had kept any evidence, I don’t think he would keep it in his home.
        Someone was ‘tipped off’ with a bogus tip leaked to them. Then ordered the raid. That exposed the leaker, and whoever then directed the raid to happen.

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    • tomf says:

      Richard, you may be on to something here:
      Rex seems to think so as well…..
      https://quodverum.com/2018/12/337/trump-s-master-spooks.html

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      • Beau Geste says:

        I wish I could believe Rex’s conclusions. But why would Wray and Whittaker sit back silently and not protect the “integrity” of the whistleblower protection law, and the reputation of the DOJ/FBI that apologists argue they allegedly care about?

        We will see what the DOJ/FBI do to respond to Grassley’s request for explanation. My take is that the IG/DOJ/FBI will tell Grassley to pound sand.

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      • Richard Whitney says:

        @tomf…Thanks for the link. That guy captures what I was trying to say: someone was played. That has been my sense about some of the actions taken during 2018. For example, was the raid on Manafort what was promoted, that is, ‘getting at Trump’? Or was it a raid to see the files of a guy suspected as being a plant into the Trump campaign? I don’t know, but I don’t know how anyone else knows except the few main characters in this show. And certainly not the MSM, which would report any news in an anti-Trump frame.
        Reading the Wolfe indictment (I reread it regularly, I read it out loud to friends, it is terrific, I recommend that you read it) shows that some LE group is on the right side. The trap was so elegant. It was well-conceived and _leak free_. It has repercussions for those named in the indictment who haven’t been charged yet.
        My point is that there are long-term operations, stings, which are going on that have not been revealed or which have been interpreted incorrectly. I think this raid was part of a sting.

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      • lanahi says:

        Great read, and I think it’s what is truly happening.
        The higher ups at the FBI have been bureaucrats too long, not sharp field agents. They are, in other words, amateurs at what they are trying to do. Not so with military intelligence. And we know Trump surrounds himself with military intelligence. He takes anything the alphabet agencies say with a grain of salt.
        It was funny to me that the MSM wanted to pin down Trump on whether he trusts his own intelligence agencies over Putin. If Trump had been open about it, he’d have to say, “No way”. Why SHOULD he trust them? He trusts only the military intelligence he has available to him all the time…and these guys are GOOD!

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      • mariner says:

        I very, very much want this to be true, but I don’t have any more evidence of it than anyone else.

        Of course actual fact seems to be in short supply and even shorter desire.

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    • CN says:

      A barium meal? The whole DOJ is “black hats”, there is no war between good and evil here. This is not a piece of Hollywood cowboy screenwriting, Huber, Horowitz and Whitaker are not white knights.

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      • Richard Whitney says:

        You may be right. But then, why isn’t McCabe, Baker, Priestap, Yates, Rybicki, Strzok and crew still at their jobs? Why have there been so many forced resignations and firings? Why are Brennan, Clapper and Powers tweeting out defenses so furiously? What do they have to worry about? If all of LE are black hats, they should be ordering Diet Cokes with their feet up.

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    • Mariner says:

      It doesn’t really matter whether there was evidence actually in his home.

      What matters is that there are videos of “the FBI” carrying stuff out and claiming to have everything.

      Seth Riching him is hopefully too risky now

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  17. E.jay Miller says:

    The Declaration of Independence says:
    it is OUR right, it is OUR duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

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  18. The info should have been made public first. Then he should have walked the documents to Grassley personally. If you have info that damning, you leave nothing to chance. If the DS knows you have info on them, the last thing you want to do is let them know about it, prior to putting it in the proper hands. There should be whistleblower instructions on a website somewhere explaining exactly what to do if you have actual info to disclose to the white hats.

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  19. Slim Shady says:

    SSCI? Hmm. Sounds like a Mark Warner project to me.

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  20. spinoneone says:

    I just roll on the floor laughing when I see the FBI cite “the integrity of an ongoing investigation” as their reason to keep something confidential. Neither they nor the investigation has integrity.

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  21. tav144 says:

    I may be in the minority here, but after reading the following little nugget, my perspective on this raid had changed…

    The following little nugget was included as the justification for keeping the warrant and affidavit secret:

    “..“to maintain the ability of the grand jury to investigate this matter.”

    (EXCLUSIVE: DOJ Wants To Keep Justification For Raiding Reported Clinton Foundation Whistleblower Secret https://dailycaller.com/2018/12/10/doj-clinton-foundation-raid-secret/ via @dailycaller )

    IMHO, this raid is a result of a GRAND JURY search warrant. For this reason, it is logically SEALED, as all grand jury matters are. No first amendment or due process claims will supersede a grand jury’s investigative function. Understand that a grand jury is like a collective prosecutor: They make the decision as a collective body regarding what documents they need to see and who to they need to indict. Their purview is not limited to what or who the prosecutor presents (although they generally follow that direction). They can go in the direction outlined for them, or, if they see fit, investigate other issues that may arise during their investigation.

    So what this means, again, IMO, is that a grand jury IS investigating THIS matter — the Clinton Foundation matter — as we speak. And they believed they needed the “best evidence”….that is, every single original classified document, rather than relying on copies provided to the IG.

    This may not be a bad thing, if this is a result of a Grand Jury search warrant.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Why would it need to be executed at 3 AM on a cooperating witness that willingly turned over the documents of his own accord?

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      • tav144 says:

        Who said it was executed at 3 AM? There’s nothing I see reported anywhere that states that time. In fact, federal search warrants are almost always day-time search warrants that must be executed between 6 AM and 10 PM. Basically only drug cases, or where it can be argued the defendant might destroy evidence, are the type cases where they could get a night time warrant approved. That is certainly not the case here.
        Need a link then to see this “3 AM” execution time.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/12/01/the-fbi-raided-my-sisters-house/

          This is a video- blog SD posted made by Dennis Cain’s sister in law.
          She says she got a phone call from her sister at 3 AM telling her the Feds were there.

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          • tav144 says:

            I’m not sure I believe that and here’s why. *IF* that were truly the time it was executed, their would be holy hella uproar over that issue alone, and it would be highly publicized in conservative media. It isn’t. That would be a huge outcry if it were in fact true. Grassley would even mention that point if it were true.
            No one mentions 3 AM except for this second hand account.
            Embellishment, imo. Or just mistaken.
            They were there for six hours. IMO, it was executed per a standard day-time search warrant at 6 AM and they left at noon.

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          • Mike says:

            When you are executing a SW on people you don’t let them make phone calls. (They could tip off co-conspirators who could destroy evidence, or flee, etc) Most likely the 3 am call was after the warrant was executed.

            They searched for 6 hours, so my guess is the warrant entry time was 9 pm.

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            • tav144 says:

              Good point and piecing together. I agree that is a better fit.

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            • lanahi says:

              The only problem is that this was a willing whistleblower, not a suspect. One could simply knock and ask him for whatever evidence he had. I agree with some above that it was a rogue agent who ordered this raid on a bad tip.
              I read somewhere there were over 40 searchers, and they stayed for six hours. That tells me they did not find what they were looking for.

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              • Mike says:

                I read 16 agents. If it was a big house to search, that might be about right.

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              • tav144 says:

                Yes, he was a willing whistleblower, but it is conceivable that because the documents were classified, that the grand jury decided that this was the best way of knowing that NOTHING WAS HELD BACK and that ALL of the original classified material in his possession was taken into custody. Considering the guy is a whistleblower, it is possible that he filed a Qui Tam action — a whistleblower action wherein he obtains a percentage of the ultimate monies recouped from the defendant (Clinton Foundation), — and in which case, it would be assumed that he might hold back some critical documents for use in that case in which he would have a personal interest.

                Just because they stayed 6 hours does not indicate they didn’t find anything. It just means they are being thorough. Consider that looking for “documents” or electronic media is and can be very “small” in terms of searching, and if you are searching even a modest house, it will take time to go through every possible location that such a “small” item could be located.

                If I were searching for a stolen 50″ TV, I’m not going to go searching in the desk drawer of a file cabinet, thus it will not take long to search. But searching for items that can literally be almost anywhere in the home most definetly will take time. This is why drug search warrants are top to bottom searches btw.

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              • mariner says:

                In today’s LE there are only two types of people–themselves and suspects.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        And by 17 armed FBI agents searching for hours? Starting at 9pm? C’mon man! If there was a Grand Jury, a simple motion to enjoin public disclosure could by filed with the court, and the whistleblower’s attorney could agree or oppose it with the court.
        The Grand Jury theory makes no sense. Also, the excuse that a Grand Jury can’t investigate evidence that is known to the public, is BS used to hide evidence from Congress and the public.

        Our constitutional courts are presumed to operate in public. The ongoing effort by evildoers in our government to operate in secrecy and shadows like slime mold is frightening. Sunshine is the best disinfectant

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        • tav144 says:

          Actually, I am going to revert to my original opinion, that the time was a 6 AM execution of the search warrant and over by noon, as it was reported widely in the news that it was executed in the ‘early morning’.

          But respectfully, I do disagree your statement that they could simply file a motion to enjoin public disclosure, as if disclosure (or secrecy) is the only issue. The issue as I see it, is as I stated somewhat already…. That a grand jury that was originally convened on the Clinton Foundation matter back in January 2018, was reconvened upon learning about the whistleblower and that in the interest of ensuring that all classified documents (i.e., all original or “best” evidence) is provided to the grand jury, that a search warrant was necessary and to make sure that nothing is held back by this whistleblower who may actually be a Qui Tam whistleblower litigant with a personal stake in holding some documents back for a Qui Tam case (wherein he would receive approx 30% of $$ recouped from the defendant, Clinton Foundation).

          Grand Jury secrecy does NOT operate in the public, and for very good reason. Because it is simply a “probable cause” determination, not a guilt finding determination, and many, MANY cases are “no-billed” and never indicted. Hence, grand jury secrecy protects INNOCENT persons and their reputation.

          At least in theory. At least with regard to everyone except Trump, it seems.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            Hopefully he is a qui tam plaintiff, who will have discovery rights. However, that is for government contracts, Do the clintons have fraudulent government contracts? Or do they just take $150 million bribes?

            A simple subpoena from the Grand jury would suffice, not a storm trooper, now admittedly 6AM BUSTIN WITH AN ARMY OF ARMED AGENTS to intimidate and threaten on behalf of your theorized Q-inspired Grand Jury. If the Court approved the subpoena, then if Cain didn’t produce all the relevant records, he could not produce them later in qui tam litigation.
            And how did the Grand Jury find out Cain’s identity, illegally? A witness should be subpoenaed by a Grand Jury, but the warrant was out of Baltimore, from a magistrate, who should have been told this was for a Grand Jury. Your speculation makes no sense whatsoever. Lets see what the FBI/DOJ hides from Grassley.

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    • Child of Morning says:

      I don’t know the truth. But isn’t equally likely that the grand jury is empaneled to consider the guilt of the whistleblower? One thing we have learned is that the DOJ investigates so that they can hide evidence, not bring it to light.

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    • lanahi says:

      Mainly all a grand jury does is determine whether or not a crime has been committed, not to do a full investigation. The investigation has already been done and the evidence there. I doubt they would need a raid of a whistleblower.
      If the grand jury had needed evidence from the whistleblower, they would have subpoenaed him to appear before them with his evidence. If this theory is true, it would have had to be done by a very inept small-town prosecutor. There was nothing “professional” about this raid.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Exactly! The “evidence” will be put in safekeeping with the weiner laptop and its “insurance file”, the awan/wasserman laptop, the clinton server, the Wolfe-topsecret releases, the records of FBI bribes from media for secret info, the obama political “unmasking” data, the comey opinion to yates about keeping info from PT, the FISA warrant oaths, the info about all the other political candidates (bernie, congressional candidates, Romney/McCain campaigns) spied on by obama/DOJ/FBI, foreign british and australian interference with out election, foreign funding to hillary and obama, etc. It will be in a very safe place.

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  22. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    This is the letter from Senator Grassley to Inspector General Horowitz. Notably Grassley wasn’t asking FBI Director Chris Wray for the answers:

    FYI
    Grassley did write a letter to Wray, the same day (Nov 30) he wrote Horowitz, requesting answers by Dec 12

    https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/2018-11-30%20CEG%20to%20FBI%20(FBI%20Raid%20on%20Whistleblower).pdf

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  23. k4jjj says:

    This absurd presidential coup/caper is very much like the movie “Fargo.” A simple plan (what could go wrong?) to extort money, using desperate, criminal morons, spins completely out of control, dragging in many people and triggering multiple murders. This real-life version will probably be solved and exposed by a pregnant housewife/police chief named “Marge” (Frances McDormand), too. There are too many accomplices in Washington DC to mention who richly deserve to be shoved into a screaming wood chipper in the snow-covered back yard as was Carl Showalter (Steve Buscemi).

    One can only hope James Comey is caught hiding in a motel and starts crying and wailing as he is cuffed, face-down, on the bed like Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy).

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  24. Justin Green says:

    I’m surprised he wasn’t Arkancided.

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  25. American Bulldog says:

    One thing to consider in determining whether this raid was a Deep State (DOJ/FBI/ Mueller/ Rosenstein/ Clinton/ Obama) attempt of intimidating a whistleblower or not is this…. The elephant in the room is that the Deep State is so blatantly evil and corrupt that if they were that fearful of the information that he has, the whistleblower would have committed suicide with two shots to the back of the head as soon as he was identified…The dead can’t testify and this seems to be the communists go to solution to their problems…If only Vince Foster, Seth Rich and many others could speak from the grave…. Hopefully this raid was done in an effort to protect him from that. I pray that God protects him and his family from these evil bast@rds.

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    • lanahi says:

      That’s another theory that makes sense…that this was an intimidation move on a witness. I certainly would consider going on a long vacation somewhere secret and remote after this happened! It is apparent that the FBI still has some bad actors that have to be removed. It does seem that this indicates they are close to calling for Cain’s testimony and some people are freaking out.

      I understand that President Trump wants to completely dismantle the CIA and place it all under NSA. JFK wanted to do the same thing and was possibly killed for it. Maybe the same thing needs to happen with the FBI.

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  26. Ed says:

    My take at this point with all that has gone on is it all revolves around when Di Fi was on the SSCI. They are now trying to keep quiet her part in getting this whole thing started to protect her bud HRC in the Uranium One deal. There was a huge amount of money sloshing around and Ms. Fi was right in the middle

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Chi-Fi’s “family” are already super billionaires on government contracts. why would they need any more bribe money for selling raw material for atomic bombs to the russians to use against us? And we know that dems think any conversation (much less $150 million bribe to sell atomic bomb material to the russians) with the russians must be treason. Plus, we know Chi-Fi loyalty is to the chinese, not the russians.

      So, Chi-Fi’s protection of hillary must be due to pure friendship, not personal greed?

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  27. Unsk says:

    Where is acting AG Whitaker in all of this ? He is now the boss. If he was not told, he should be all over this.
    It is a very bad sign that we have not heard from him at ll.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      He caught sleeping sickness from Jeff “the mole” Sessions

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      • Mariner says:

        It is disappointing how many commenters here are willing to sling feces around with abandon and absolutely no reason but impatience and personal pique.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          maybe you are the odd-sailor-out? PT fired jeff “the mole” sessions, with good cause. What did “the mole” do that earned your loyalty? Prosecute leaks to the fullest extent of the law? Investigste and prosecute corruption? Did PT have bad judgement in your opinion by firing him outright, rather than easing him out as would happen to a good public servant?

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    • American Bulldog says:

      In DC a title is an important thing to have…doesn’t mean you have to actually do the job you were hired on for. The benefits are the same or even better.. Just ask our do-nothing congress…. Like his predecessor, Whitaker is wandering the Halls of Justice telling the staff secretaries in the breakroom how important he is, as the defacto AG (Rosenstein) and FBI Director (Mueller) keep marching on with their in-your-face coup. As for congress their lobbyist aides have everything under control…Yes…like yesterday and the day before, unfortunately for us, it’s confirmed that The Deep State Commies are still in control.

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    • lanahi says:

      There are a lot of things we aren’t hearing about. On many issues, there is no “need to know” on our part. There have been many arrests too that have not made it to the MSM, but they are happening all the time, especially of pedophilia rings. (Google it.) I am certain Whitaker is all over this like flies swarming over bad meat. Unless the calls for answers from those like Grassley force them to it, I doubt we will hear more about it.

      I think we are looking at a bad actor in the FBI who ordered the raids and he will quietly be taken care of one way or another. This internal cleansing is something the FBI won’t care to announce.

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  28. mtnforge says:

    Seems the most likely reason is the most obvious. We are talking about an organization deeply involved in protecting the clinton crime syndicate. A federal agency complicit in an ongoing attempt of a palace coup against President Trump, and the nullification if 65 million American’s legitimate will as the governed who vote for Mr Trump. Essentially a withdrawal of consent for the usurpations of these rouge federal agencies.

    So what is the most obvious reasons for these punitive arbitrary FBI raids? And why Mueller is a “special council” “investagator”.

    They are looking for a leak in the clinton crime syndicate organization, or the source of intelligence revealing their internal organization.

    Ousting President Trump at this stage is secondary, he isnt going anywhere, what is more critical centers around how Trump and us dirt people managed to get past their gate keepers, where is Trump getting his intelligence, specifically what this network working with Trump is and its composition.

    Its obvious the deep state has internal vilnerabilities, they are trying to close these weaknesses so they can go back to overthrowing the federal government.

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    • lanahi says:

      That may certainly be the case that they are looking for Trump’s vulnerabilities and how to neutralize him, but I think they are screwed. President Trump uses military intelligence almost completely and doesn’t rely on the ABC organizations at all, for good reason. They can do nothing to influence the intelligence he is getting from the military. Trump is the first president who isn’t getting “the truth” from the FBI or CIA, so once again, he can’t be controlled.

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      • mtnforge says:

        Indeed. See it similar as you. There is the factor of counter intelligence in the equation. Mueller represents probably only part of counter intelligence against Trumps intelligence resources.
        Regardless, there are always outliers and black swans, mistakes and incorrect actions are factors also.
        The deep state are on a fishing expedition. They aren’t exactly the sharpest knives in the draw, some more than a little cheese has fell off their cracker. Most have their own arse to protect, along with the fortunes they have acquired throughout and part of their corrupt activities and associations. So there’s that timeless greed dynamic which drives such actors.

        These people are as corrupt as they get. They have attempted, and still are at it, a coup against a sitting POTUS. When you have committed that level of treason, anything less is chump change.
        What a punitive raid with an illegitimate warrant to gather intelligence?
        Whats the possibility it is a setup, for Trump’s spooks to see where they have leaks?
        Or Mueller and Co. need to know exactly who knows what so they can act accordingly.
        Wheels within wheels.

        As long as Trump is getting the all of the real Truth, not the truth somebody else only wants him to see. The beauty of this is truth has no agenda. Trumps one sharp cookie. I get the impression sometimes he has been duped, but he seems to learn rapidly and adapts from being burnt by faulty or lack of intelligence. A lot of similarities there shared with Gen./President Eisenhower. Critical thinking skills.

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  29. Pokey says:

    It is a police state. They have half of the marketplace and 95% of the media running scared and doing whatever the Deep State wants them to do in order to protect themselves from the reprisals. Most of the politicians in Washington are also afraid of them and are now in the hip pockets of the Deep State. The Socialists/Communists/Democraps support them in all their indevers. All the rest of us have only one protection from the completion of this budding police state, Donald J Trump. No matter how much PDJT resembles PTBarnum, I will support him. I do not like the thought of the alternatives. PDJT in 2020! Enough said.

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  30. lanahi says:

    It appears that there are two factions in the FBI yet and it still needs cleaned out. This raid seems like something the deep state would do. The old top tier at the FBI is gone, but there are still bad actors there.
    Maybe it was a sting operation, where they were led to believe the originals were at Cain’s house, and they posed as someone acting with official authority to do the raid but really were rogue agents, or at least got their orders from someone not on the right side. Whoever they got their orders from thought they were in the loop but didn’t have up to date information. But the originals are already with the FBI and, in any case, a smart man would not keep something like that in his home waiting to be stolen. He would make copies for his own self-protection, but he’d keep them where they couldn’t be found, not in his home. Maybe that’s why over 40 of them were searching for six hours! What they wanted wasn’t there…duh!
    It would be easy, I should think, to find out who these agents are and who ordered the raid. We may never find out what it was about…the instigators will just be quietly prosecuted. The searchers themselves might not have known this guy was a whistleblower but just thought it was a normal raid for evidence. He TOLD them he was a whistleblower, but they may not have believed him. I’m sure they will be interviewed!
    I don’t like Wray, but I think he’s probably honestly trying to clean out the FBI and this may have uncovered some of the ones who still need to go.

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  31. Chuck Stephens says:

    Who ordered the raid? Someone had to signoff, who’s name is on the signature line?

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  32. Joe B says:

    For some reason, I thought we determined and agreed a while back that the SSCI was…. how should I phrase it…..”suspect”?

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  33. Jane Smith says:

    IG Horowitz is the problem
    Cain followed the Whistleblower Act procedure.
    Horowitz must be dirty…he had to let the FBI and DOJ know that the Clinton Foundation had another whistleblower.
    So, he released the documents to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees…knowing that there would be a leak.
    The FBI raided Cain’s house to hopefully obtain the original documents and any other anti-CF info that Cain might have.
    Even if they don’t recover the originals, they can claim that they did.
    Hence, Grassely writes to Horowitz, not Wray.

    Some group is looking into Clinton Foundation crimes:

    The Uranium One scandal and money laundering.
    The European banks involved in the money laundering.
    The attempt by a Clinton crony to buy a nuclear power plant in TN.
    International pay-to-play donations to the CF.
    Link below:
    https://lidblog.com/nuclear-power-plant-sale/

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    • lanahi says:

      As far as I know, Huber is still scheduled to testify on December 13. We will know what he is still working on, although I think his investigations have come to a close. (He would not appear to answer questions if the investigations are still ongoing, IMO.) Last I heard, his focus has mainly been the Clinton Foundation, and there was evidence from Horowitz several months ago that there had already been indictments.

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    • lanahi says:

      There is no reason it had to be Horowitz. Any active agent with the right security clearance could find the information they needed if they could also claim “need to know”. There certainly are ways to find out who ordered the raid, and they WILL find them. When they do, I doubt we will ever know about it unless it’s a big name.

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      • Jane Smith says:

        OK…but, it was an FBI raid.
        So, then, why wouldn’t Grassely send his request to the FBI director Wray instead of IG Horowitz?

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  34. eric says:

    scarey times.

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  35. Zippy says:

    Maybe a combination of these: They want to see what’s coming if he has anything else he hasn’t released or any which hasn’t been publicly revealed that he has released more secretly. They want to find anything he may have received and retained illegally. They want to intimidate him to shut him up. They want to find something from this 2011 book:

    Three Felonies A Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent

    Blurb:

    “The average professional in this country wakes up in the morning, goes to work, comes home, eats dinner, and then goes to sleep, unaware that he or she has likely committed several federal crimes that day. Why? The answer lies in the very nature of modern federal criminal laws, which have exploded in number but also become impossibly broad and vague. In Three Felonies a Day, Harvey A. Silverglate reveals how federal criminal laws have become dangerously disconnected from the English common law tradition and how prosecutors can pin arguable federal crimes on any one of us, for even the most seemingly innocuous behavior. The volume of federal crimes in recent decades has increased well beyond the statute books and into the morass of the Code of Federal Regulations, handing federal prosecutors an additional trove of vague and exceedingly complex and technical prohibitions to stick on their hapless targets. The dangers spelled out in Three Felonies a Day do not apply solely to “white collar criminals,” state and local politicians, and professionals. No social class or profession is safe from this troubling form of social control by the executive branch, and nothing less than the integrity of our constitutional democracy hangs in the balance.”

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    • lanahi says:

      I think the Patriots Act further muddied those waters with their vagueness. Some of the Patriot Acts was declared unconstitutional by SCOTUS but more of it should have been, IMO. Whether the conspiracy theory is correct that 911 was an inside job or not, it’s definitely true that Bush capitalized on it by further limiting our freedoms. It’s what knee-jerk demands to be “safe” lead to. The safest places in the world are total dictatorships like China or Russia…we cannot limit dangers from life unless we limit activities, and this includes freedoms from big government.

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  36. BodiazRising says:

    Whistleblower identity was made public to protect him from Arkancide and the information he still had was taken into custody to safe guard and form a trail of evidence. Cain’s life was just saved. His info now has a public chain of custody.

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  37. Kris says:

    The raid happened back on Nov 19,why did it take so long to get reported?

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  38. “However, if that cover-up or target motive is true – the brazen nature of the operation is stunning; and the corrupt officials must really believe they are so above the law they can act without any concern.”

    Well, hell yes, they think they are above the law. The only cure for the deep state is high velocity PB. Sad but true.

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  39. Engtchr says:

    Second paragraph “information pubic.” On a government document?

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  40. Anon says:

    Why has nobody at the FBI been arrested?

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  41. viator2 says:

    Robert K. Hur, United States Attorney for the District of Maryland, clerked for Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist. He was nominated to his position be Donald J. Trump. He signed the letter.

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  42. Donna in Oregon says:

    Split the FBI into thirds, three separate divisions. Waste, Fraud and Abuse (Cyber too) under the Treasury (like the Secret Service used to be).

    Crimes/Investigations into 2 divisions Domestic this one is under an FBI Director (much smaller organizations) and FBI International (Counterintelligence) under the NSA (not under the FBI Director).

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  43. lydia00 says:

    Most likely bold enough with power to seal to make an example of any other potential whistleblowers. Desperation. They ARE above the law thanks to Jeff Sessions. Biggest turncoat of this century.

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