John Solomon Drops a Tick-Tock Bombshell – DIA Holds Documents That Can Exonerate Flynn…

Tick-tock-bombshell club member John Solomon drops an explosive statement on Sean Hannity.  Oddly, there’s a factual part of his statement CTH agrees with; and a structural part of the background that is almost certain never to reach sunlight.  First, the substance:

(Transcript) […] “In May of 2017 there was a document identified to a small number of people in the United States government. It’s in the possession of the Defense Intelligence Agency.  For eighteen months there’s been an effort to resist declassifying that document; I know that that document contains extraordinary exculpatory information about General Flynn. I don’t believe the president has ever been told about the existence of this document.  One lawmaker discovered it, but was thwarted by the Defense Intelligence Agency in his efforts to disclose it. I think we should all ask for that declassification; get that out; it may enlighten the judge; it will certainly enlighten the American public.”

From the time-frame disclosed we can reasonably infer what this document is; at least what background surrounds it.

“In May of 2017”… The document is likely part of an intelligence product that was produced for President Obama’s Daily Briefing (PDB), and contains unmasking information (likely done by Susan Rice) on Michael Flynn as a surveillance target.

“One Lawmaker discovered it”… You might remember way back in March 2017 when HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes was taken to the White House SCIF by then white house official Ezra Cohen-Watnick; and that began a series of cascading events.

Critical to watch this brief segment:

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CTH was closely following in real time; and there were key points by Chairman Nunes:

1.) …”On numerous occasions the [Obama] intelligence community incidentally collected information about U.S. citizens involved in the Trump transition.”

2.) “Details about U.S. persons associated with the incoming administration; details with little or no apparent foreign intelligence value were widely disseminated in intelligence community reporting.”

3.) “Third, I have confirmed that additional names of Trump transition members were unmasked.”

4.) “Fourth and finally, I want to be clear; none of this surveillance was related to Russia, or the investigation of Russian activities, or of the Trump team.

“The House Intelligence Committee will thoroughly investigate surveillance and its subsequent dissemination, to determine a few things here that I want to read off:”

•“Who was aware of it?”
•”Why it was not disclosed to congress?”
•”Who requested and authorized the additional unmasking?”
•“Whether anyone directed the intelligence community to focus on Trump associates?”
•“And whether any laws, regulations or procedures were violated?”

“I have asked the Directors of the FBI, NSA and CIA to expeditiously comply with my March 15th letter -that you all received a couple of weeks ago- and to provide a full account of these surveillance activities.”

That was March 22nd, 2017.

Now, unbeknownst to us at the time FISA Presiding Judge Rosemary Collyer was writing a report based on NSA/FBI information given to her as part of a background FISA-702 review and reauthorization process.

In April of 2017 that FISC report was delivered to recently confirmed Office of Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats; who also received a supplementary briefing on the background of the content by NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers.   On April 26th that FISC report was partially declassified. [See Here]

Here’s where it all connects.

We know from Collyers report the FISA-702(16)(17) process was extraordinarily abused by verified “contractors” who had access to the FBI/NSA database.  The rate of abuse was 85%. Meaning 85 out of every 100 FISA702 database searches were unauthorized and outside of compliance.

The FISA compliance review period was November 2015 through April 2016; however, Collyer went out of her way to note there was no reason to suspect the rate of unlawful use was confined to that compliance period.  She pointed out there was no reason to suspect a similar rate of abuse did not extend back to 2012.

Look at the redaction blocks, paying attention to where the number of non-compliant searches would be quantified. In the six month period under review there were thousands of unauthorized (non compliant) search queries; with an 85% non-compliant rate.

Those unlawful searches formed the basis for intelligence gathering and later unmasking. It is almost certain part of the system abuse was toward political targeting.

The process of electronic surveillance switched from unlawful (non compliant) to lawful (compliant) *after* FISA warrants were obtained on Carter Page, George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn per the Nunes memo, which was recently confirmed by James Comey:

The explosive Collyer FISA report was delivered to ODNI Coats in late April 2017.  John Solomon mentions May 2017 as the date of the documents that would help to clear Michael Flynn.

It is likely, almost certain, the intelligence community (including DNI and DIA) were in a state of conflict over what to do with the intelligence files opened on the FISA targets.

Some of the intelligence product was lawfully compliant; some of the intelligence product was created without lawful compliance; all of the intelligence product resulted in singular files on each of the targets; and at least some of the intelligence product also included unauthorized unmasking and distribution as Chairman Nunes described on March 22nd, 2017.

As a result, the intelligence community leadership -under the Trump administration, but from no bad action on their part- was in a bit of a pickle.  Let us call this the Flynn docs.

That sounds like the internal classification/declassification argument as a result of the sketchily obtained intelligence product that John Solomon is describing to Sean Hannity:

(Transcript) […] “In May of 2017 there was a document identified to a small number of people in the United States government. It’s in the possession of the Defense Intelligence Agency.  For eighteen months there’s been an effort to resist declassifying that document; I know that that document contains extraordinary exculpatory information about General Flynn. I don’t believe the president has ever been told about the existence of this document.  One lawmaker discovered it, but was thwarted by the Defense Intelligence Agency in his efforts to disclose it. I think we should all ask for that declassification; get that out. It may enlighten the judge; it will certainly enlighten the American public.”

The Flynn docs likely are a product of surveillance on him during the campaign; and more specifically, exoneration evidence during the transition period after the election.

However, declassifying those documents means revealing how that exculpatory documentation was obtained.   Now we are approaching the FISA-702 electronic surveillance process.  See the issue?

The intelligence community cannot, hell, will not, put part of their critical intelligence gathering system at risk simply to provide exculpatory information.

Ask yourself this rather complex question: There has been a great deal of talk about demanding that President Trump declassify a specific set of documents that swirl around “spygate”…. but have you ever noticed that no-one, not once, not a single official, has ever even discussed the need to declassify the Collyer FISA report?

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Hell, no-one inside Washington DC has ever even mentioned that 99-page report, let alone requested it to be declassified, discussed and the content understood by the American electorate.  From their perspective, the ramifications are heavy on the downside.

The reason is simple.  The unlawful exploitation of the FISA702(16)(17) system was so extreme, 85% non-compliant, we can only imagine what it was used for. {Go Deep}

I recently wrote a twitter thread on the ramifications and likelihood of what was going on behind the use of the FBI/NSA database. –SEE HERE– With an abuse rate of 85% there is no reasonable way to dismiss the probability the system was being exploited for multiple purposes, not just political opposition research.  There’s a ton of money to be made in the sale and exploitation of information.

When FISA Court Collyer notes that federal “contractors”, private individuals outside of government, were the primary abusers of the surveillance database – what do you think they were doing with that information?

If an outsider, with no connections to professional political officials, just happened to win the office of the presidency…. well, what level of risk would all of those database abusers, contractors and political benefactors, be contemplating?

After indulging in the exploitation of this system, since at least 2012, how much would they have profited from the sale of unlawfully obtained information? How far would they be willing to go to protect themselves from any legal exposure?

How much money would these corrupt entities be willing to drop to throw a bag over their activity?   Would paying one of the contractors $50,000,000.00 seem unreasonable.

Just sayin’…

•Dianne Feinstein was Vice-Chair of the SSCI in 2016, and her former staffer, Dan Jones, is heavily involved with Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele. [See Here]  By position Feinstein was on the Gang-of-Eight during the 2016 CIA, DOJ and FBI Counterintelligence Operation.  The same Feinstein that arbitrarily released the testimony of Glenn Simpson in 2018 without discussing with anyone [See Here]

Senator Feinstein’s 2016 senior staffer (with Gang-of-Eight security clearance) was Dan Jones.  It was revealed this year that Dan Jones sent Fusion GPS over $50 million to continue work on the Russia Conspiracy angle after the 2016 election toward the ideological goals of removing President Trump. [See Here]

He was not supposed to win!

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838 Responses to John Solomon Drops a Tick-Tock Bombshell – DIA Holds Documents That Can Exonerate Flynn…

  1. Judiciary says:

    How could Collyer write such a scathing report that seems to have been wholly ignored besides kept secret? Why are outside contractors allowed to have ANY access to sensitive databases? Then, there’s the abuse by Intel agencies under Obama to spy on and unmask innocent Americans thereby obtaining info that could be milked by those contractors. That seems puposeful, does it? All of these people from our intel agencies, Obama adminstration, DoJ, down to contractors apparently have no moral compass. All of which argues for a renewed effort to minimize who may gather or look at sensitive information and what may be gathered in the first place. So much abuse, so little transparency.

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    • Especially for the last 50 years, the federal government has been primarily a war between Left and Right, ever escalating, in harmony with the “Civil Rights” movement that, AFTER civil rights were officially won, morphed into pandering to unforgiving Blacks and their Muslim enablers (hidden under the classification “minorities”).

      That war was already in full swing by the end of the Vietnam War (by 1968, in fact, a critical year as you well know), with the likes of John Kerry and Robert Mueller casting their young marine lots with the activist Left. “Honorable men”, suborned early in adult life (by their own insufficient characters, above all). Jane Fonda and her like too.

      With Obama/Soetoro, they came fully into power and became the Insane Left (my term).

      Most of the followers of the new cult may be said to have no moral compass, in the sense that they are ignorant of the truth, that they are brainwashed, and the tools of the cult leaders. Those like Obama, however, have no moral compass in the worst way, summarized as determinedly, destructively “anti-American”.

      This history explains why they are all so self-righteous, either honestly or disingenuously.

      They are all insane, in all of this. An insanity long nurtured on the far Left, and exacerbated by idiots on the Right, like Paul Ryan these days.

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    • rayvandune says:

      The FISA Court is overseen by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Roberts. Maybe he has determined the submitting false evidence to the FISC is a tax.

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  2. Tseg says:

    The most recent date mentioned in the article: May 2017. Today: December 2018. 19 months of no action and in 3 weeks Republicans lose control of The House. So what is the new catalyst to set off this bombshell?

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    • steph_gray says:

      1) We weren’t getting anywhere much anyway with Republicans in charge of the House because of the RINO factor, and…

      2) Easier for VSGPDJT to go full-bore on the DemonRats.

      Stock up on new year popcorn.

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      • singingsoul says:

        steph_gray says:
        “1) We weren’t getting anywhere much anyway with Republicans in charge of the House because of the RINO factor, and…

        2) Easier for VSGPDJT to go full-bore on the DemonRats.

        Stock up on new year popcorn.”
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        The House was responsive to POTUS Trump but the Senate had problems passing things because of Flake and some others. We just did not have enough Senators to pass much bills.
        We needed a big majority but the votes thought otherwise. Many years ago my husband told me Americans like a divided government so the power is not with the President alone .
        I guess people do not seem to realize these are not the democrats of yesteryear this is a different breed.

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  3. Zabadak says:

    Sundance is a patriot of the first order…a knight at the Round Table or one of the Founding Fathers were Sundance born in a different century. Could have hoisted the Flag at Iwo Jima or been The Sunshine Patriot, the Town Crier or even Thomas Paine. The light at the end of the tunnel. The point being…Sundance is one of a kind who needs our support. Those of us who are steady customers, should be supporting this website financially. I’m not a big poster, but I am here first thing in the morning, throughout the day and check in at bedtime. It is the least that we can do and I hope that there are many of us contributing. We need Sundance.

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  4. montanamel says:

    These last thoughts, of coordinated actions by all of us, for the common goal(s) and good get the true root of our dilemma — It was addressed many years ago a part of “war fighting”…ie: Combined Arms actions…from this concept grew our C’s of “Communications”, “Coordination”, and “Control” along with “Logistics” — or, THE TAIL…. To put the “sharp point of the sword” up front, takes “3-times, 5-times, or even 10-times” as many people “behind them” to be and “remain” effective.
    All of us, here on CTH, have invested the time for study, for better understanding of our common enemy. Perhaps this coming Spring is the proper time to raise above the “leaning stool” and start to “walk among men” — Can we reach out to a “few unconnected friends or family member” to bring them along?… Can we field a true Army in the streets or not? Can we coordinate our actions?
    Check-6

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    • Doppler says:

      All politics is local, while our little treehouse is only virtual. I continue to think that some sort of “meetup” effort could allow us to find, befriend and work with each other in our own communities. I don’t trust Google and Apple’s meet up apps, but why don’t CTH and/or Breitbart create our own meet up app, and we could get started. Rather than splinter the GOP into 2 or 3 parties, maybe we make a run at taking it over at the local and state levels? There’s energy and vision represented on this board.

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  5. Bogeyfree says:

    Sundance is second to none when it comes to digging through the minutia and pointing out the real facts/reasons behind these various activities against PT.

    On every thread we all throw out our thoughts and recommendations but there is no one who knows the facts, players and background like Sundance.

    So I wonder if Sundance would consider writing a column on what specific or step by step course of action he would recommend PT take if he was one of his senior advisors, knowing what we now know today.

    For example would it be….

    1) Expose it all now?

    2) put in place a SC to investigate FISA abuses?

    3) Audit government databases on prior unmaskings and American surveillance?

    4) Wait for Barr to get confirmed and let him take action

    5) Or something else

    There have been so many new twists since the Big Ugly, I personally would appreciate his opinion today on PT’s best specific course of action he should consider and possibly how PT’s MAGA patriots can unite behind this recommendation/suggestion.

    Second question, since there are only so many PT supporters who really know and understand all the nuances of this fraud against the President, would Sundance ever consider talking directly with Rush, Bongino, Solomon or others to help generate a common message/ attack plan for all of PT followers to get behind? (Or maybe a simple already done that reply if applicable)

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      How long would these investigations take? How long on legal proceedings? Trump could be gone before any of that is done, and it could be halted by next administration. The clock is ticking and we are running out of time.

      Also the messaging might help but Rush doesn’t reach everyone. The reach of Bongino and Solomon is even smaller.

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    • Amy2 says:

      I don’t see any hope in 1-4, been there, done that, hoped for that. I’m in for “or something else.” Who out there is thinking outside of the box?

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    • Fake News says:

      There are plenty of people including POTUS who know this and more. Knowing and be able or willing to do something are different things. POTUS may have different ideas and negotiation going on. I would imagine Devin Nunes has known everything for quite a while.

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    • I would like to elaborate on your 1) Expose it all now. Yesterday

      ” DOJ Destroyed Missing Strzok/Page Text Messages Before The IG Could Review Them The DOJ wiped text messages between former FBI employees, Lisa Page and Peter Strozk, before the Office of the Inspector General could review them. December 13, 2018 By Bre Payton”

      It seems to me that the race is on to release the information identified by Sundance before it’s destroyed by people like the FBI.

      http://thefederalist.com/2018/12/13/doj-destroyed-missing-strzok-page-text-messages-before-ig-reviewed-them/

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    • BurmaShave2 says:

      “4) Wait for Barr to get confirmed and let him take action”

      Really? I expect to win Magabucks two times in a row before that happens (and I do not even buy lottery tickets).

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    • average Joe says:

      I hereby nominate SUNDANCE for Chief of Staff . …

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    • Derek of Florida says:

      Sundance doesn’t trust John Solomon and rightly so. Jeff Kuhner refused to sign a non-disclosure agreement when he left the Washington Times as an editor, for the sole reason he wanted the freedom to write about John Solomon as Kuhner was his editor (to his financial detriment). Sundance has intimated that Solomon is a tool who is purposely fed information for release at precise times by his embedded sources,

      Rush has used Sundance as an uncredited source as have others while Bongino uses CTH as a credited source.

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  6. emeraldcoaster says:

    I’m just surprised to see Devin Nunes is still in one piece.

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    • gawntrail says:

      Because of his access to the straight dope. He now holds the marker holders markers. The corruption in DC is bipartisan. All the FED players, big and small alike, are tainted. Elected, Political Appointees, SES, GS rated drones, etc…… The whole gig is nothing but a Ponzi scheme of favors, payoffs, hood-ups, and access. And, like everything, it has run its course. Now, the hard part is not collapsing the house of cards as you start removing the rot.

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      • “I’m just surprised to see Devin Nunes is still in one piece.”
        Because “they” know no matter what “he” knows no thing is going to change?

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      • stephenbaze says:

        Agree on all. Trump will pardon Flynn . I hope he hires him as new chief !

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        • Judge Sullivan should dismiss Flynn with prejudice and order an investigation on prosecutorial misconduct on Mueller’s people. That’s what Sullivan did to Sen. Stevens’ prosecutors, and this is worse. This action would potentially cascade into Mueller being fired and the entire investigation being shut down. But Sullivan would likely keep the Flynn unmasking under seal, for reasons SD states.

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        • Judge Sullivan should dismiss Flynn with prejudice and order an investigation on prosecutorial misconduct on Mueller’s people. That’s what Sullivan did to Sen. Stevens’ prosecutors, and this is worse. This action would potentially cascade into Mueller being fired and the entire investigation being shut down. But Sullivan would likely keep the Flynn unmasking under seal, for reasons SD states.

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          • Jan says:

            If Judge Sullivan is aware that he did not receive all he asked Mueller for, i.e., Pientka’s notes and/or 302 and those docs exist, it could go bad for Mueller. But this is so political–100 times more than the Stevens case–and it involves a special counsel who has no oversight and all the power AND the support of the Deep State and the DS-MSM. I no longer have faith that any judge will stand up to Mueller or the Deep State. Justice Roberts caved. The Deep State probably has something on Judge Sullivan.

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  7. “With an abuse rate of 85% there is no reasonable way to dismiss the probability the system was being exploited for multiple purposes, not just political opposition research. There’s a ton of money to be made in the sale and exploitation of information.”

    Many years ago the French accused the USA of using the NSA for industrial espionage. I believe it was in the late 1990s, and it sounds like something a Clinton would do. I think that was just the tip of the iceberg. As an example, one could make a lot of money having inside information on conversations during mergers and acquisitions negotiations.

    These corrupt people may get Leftist supporters defending their political abuse of the system since they don’t believe in the constitution, but if it comes to widespread criminal financial profiteering by people masquerading as leaders of the progressive movement, all bets are off. They may be able to hide the drop in support, but it will come. Being rich is evil enough for Bernie supporters. Getting rich by corrupting the system isn’t going to fly.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      IMO 85% means nothing.

      We know Powers alone put in almost an unmasking request for everyday of the year in 2016 if I recall and that was just one person.

      What needs to come out IMO, is actual numbers and names that make up this 85%

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      • Mike says:

        They have records who and what information. If exposed would bring down federal government.

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      • Jan says:

        I’ve written the President once and maybe TWICE to just release Judge Collyer’s decision, totally unredacted. I’m writing again tonight. Everyone, do likewise. Tell Pres. Trump, please, please, please release the unredacted Collyer decision.

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  8. OmegaManBlue says:

    So Nunes has seen it at WH? Trump would obviously know. He is willing to let Flynn be destroyed for leverage. Who else is he willing to let get destroyed working for him for leverage? Who in their right mind would want to risk their life savings working for Trump? And what good is that leverage going to do against house impeachment hearings? They got the numbers to impeach but not remove. So they just slowly start down the path with hearings. Torturing those foolish enough to work for trump and draining their bank accounts. And heck they don’t even have to impeach him. They dirty Trump up with all the hearing that he can’t win a general.

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  9. Tiffthis says:

    If Solomon has seen these documents he should tell the judge who showed him or if he has a copy- turn them over to the judge. What’s the point of having this info and announcing it without simultaneously presenting the proof? It’s like Solomon is warning the deep state where the good guys are looking next.

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    • Firefly says:

      i think it is flagging exonerating info that wasn’t turned over when Judge Sullivan requested it all be turned over. If Judge Sullivan finds any such Brady material that wasn’t turned over he will take strong action. See the Sidney Powell interview in my post below.

      Meadows twittered about the Grassley memo on 25 August 2017 requesting DIA release info in the interest of “fairness to Flynn”.

      As Sidney Powell points out in the interview in my post below it could bring down the whole Special Counsel house of cards- and hopes it does. I think we see why Mueller kept delaying sentencing and hopefully misjudged recommending a light sentence as a face saving way out.

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  10. Sharon says:

    SMH here. Once again, those who talking don’t know, and those know aren’t talking.

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    • Sharon says:

      didn’t proofread and that is nearly always a mistake:

      ….those who are talking don’t know, and those who know are not talking…..

      my apologies….

      and by the way, my comment was in response to the speculation about Sundance’s ID

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    • mariner says:

      And may that remain so always.

      Thank you Sharon, for your contributions to the site and the community.

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  11. Firefly says:

    This interview of Sidney Powell is worth listening too. If Mueller gang didn’t turn over all Brady material the SC house of cards could fall.

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    • Ken Maritch says:

      I heard Rush talking about this book yesterday.
      I looked it up, looks like a good read…. I will put it on my Christmas wish list.

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      • Firefly says:

        The interview in the link discusses Judge Sullivan and his Oder to produce Brady material. If Sullivan finds any material that wasn’t turned over – he could take serious action on the special counse..

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      • BebeTarget says:

        When I first heard about this book I went on Amazon and the only one available from an outside source was VERY expensive (beyond anything you would pay or a book). Today, I heard Rush say Amazon is now carrying the book. Good decision.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Give us a summary with what is new (in facts or analysis).

      Some of us are sick of the “watch this video”. Seems like too many people on our side are just selling clicks or venting.

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    • armie says:

      Sidney’s book is a hugely worthwhile read for anyone concerned about runaway prosecutions. It details justice department misconduct in one portion of the Enron case.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Excellent.

      This is an 8 1/2 minute interview segment with Sydney and its very good. I’m not going to summarize because it’s too fast and easy for everyone to listen and decide for themselves.

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    • teeheeman says:

      LISTEN TO THIS! Short and easy to understand. If Judge Sullivan stands up next week this will be YUGE!! Thanks for posting Firefly

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  12. franuche says:

    For about two years we’ve been treated to new bombshell revelations nearly every week. Illegality after illegality. Prosecutable criminality after prosecutable criminality. Unfortunately, for us, congressional committees don’t carry guns or handcuffs, and those who do – the good cops – are also very stupid.

    Other than that, things are pretty good. The economy is kicking ass.

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      Right the economy is doing good but we seem like we are heading down a path to throwing the man responsible for it out of office.

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      • franuche says:

        Whether he’s thrown out next election cycle or after 8 years, if the swamp remains intact, Trump will have only succeeded at slowing down our demise.

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        • Ken Lawson says:

          There’s no way that the president, or anyone else, can totally rid us of the swamp in only 8 years. They are international in scope and so huge and deep that the best anyone, even the president, can do is to knock them down and shrink them a bit. Keeping the swamp at bay is a generations long process. It’s not about getting rid of them because that’s not going to happen as there are too many of them and they will always be there. It’s about learning that this is a lifelong commitment to be passed to our children and grandchildren to carry on. The Founders warned us that our liberty could be lost in a generation and that we must always be on guard and work to keep our government pure. Given that American voters dropped the ball decades ago it’s actually amazing we still have the freedoms that we do. President Trump is just reawakening Americans to their responsibility and civic duty. It is up to us to carry on and teach those who follow us to do so, too.

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          • franuche says:

            I completely agree. That’s why I said “if the swamp remains intact, Trump will have only succeeded at slowing down our demise.” Same was true of Reagan. It’s not their fault; it’s just a fact. The swamp will largely stay intact.

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            • TPW says:

              They sure will if they are allowed to hide in the dark and go unpunished, Send a few of them to jail for life and see how many join the club. It is thinking like the defeatist that we still have a swamp.

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          • Good Job! says:

            He’s not trying.

            His claim to be a “counterpuncher” was a shaded insult to his supporters.

            The DIA document should have been out long ago.

            Trump won’t do anything about it ans when proven wrong, again, later, he’ll claim he was planning to use it as political leverage for the wall or whatever bad excuse he’ll use rather than admit he was outsmarted, and outsmarted again.

            What’s he going to do with Cohen now that he’s a talking puppet for shaky legal support for Mueller’s indictment of Trump? The indictment is coming where is Trump’s sophisticated legal team laying wastew to it right now in the media.

            Oh right. His pal Giuliani.

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            • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

              Wrong site. Huffandpuff post is to the left….way left!

              PS: It’s POTUS! So put that in the manure lying between your ears!

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              • steph_gray says:

                My guess is this particular shill chose a handle on purpose trying to be clever about what particular angle s/he was assigned to harp upon.

                I’ve seen quite a few posts under this name, all of them repetitively accusing President Donald J Trump of doing a bad job.

                How obvious can you get? 🙄

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          • littlequilterkitty says:

            Ken, I can’t say amen enough to your post. You are spot on! People forget that our country has been under siege since its inception. There have always been those who wished to undermine our Republic. We must remain vigilant and stedfast in supporting our Constitutuion, our Country and our President. We live in a society of instant gradification. This war for our Country doesn’t function in that manner. We must keep our eyes on the long ball, just as our President does.

            As a side note: The Revolutionary War was won by 3 percent of the citizenery at that time. If they could do it, we can too. May God bless us with their courage!

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            • Ken and Kitty- two OUTSTANDING posts.

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            • TPW says:

              “Remain vigilant and stedfast in supporting our constitution” I am sorry but those are just flowery words that ring hollow. The corruption we have now is far more expansive and powerful than anything in our history. THEY WERE LOOKING TO ENDING OUR COUNTRY AS WE KNOW IT. I believe if PT had not been elected then we were goners, That close friend. Our founding fathers and war heroes did not sit around and say ah shucks we’ll always have criminals and enemy nations trying to take us down. If PT doesn’t disclose the evidence then I will hound him on any SM I can to release the evidence. Americans can not rise up to defeat their enemies if they are allowed cover.

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            • Deplorable Nazarene Zealot says:

              I think it was 30% but your point holds.

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          • rayvandune says:

            Most Americans don’t have clue about any of this stuff. All they hear is “Cohen”, “Stormy”, and now “Inauguration Fund”. By not unclassifying what he has, Trump is helping them misdirect the public away from the real crimes. Don’t bother telling me about “leverage”. I haven’t seen anything but the black hats leveraging their hold on the media and activist judges and idiot billionaires to stir up trouble for the President and thwart his agenda.

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        • Daniel says:

          I think you underestimate Trump and you forget something REALLY important.

          When a president expects to have two terms (and Trump will) that president doesn’t necessarily go “all out” to get everything done in the first term. But once there is no “third term” the gloves are off. He can (and will) do a lot more than he was able to do before. Expect a LOT more energy from Trump, not less.

          (Conversely, look at the difference between Obama’s first and second terms… his evil REALLY came out in the second.)

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          • franuche says:

            I’m not underestimating Trump. Relatively speaking, he will accomplish way more than any president other than Washington and Lincoln. Even more than Reagan. But I am realistic. The swamp will remain. It is Legion. It is a Leviathan. And only Jesus will ultimately succeed in vanquishing evil in this world.

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            • Andrew Krause says:

              You are so realistic that you have conceded already. This is just the beginning of a battle that started with the Tea Party. The struggle will not be easy, it starts with the voters. Be glad Trump has the courage and spine lacking in many of our leaders.

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              • franuche says:

                I haven’t conceded. But let’s be real, the battle didn’t start with the tea party. It didn’t even start with the founding of our country. Frankly, the battle is much bigger than all of that.

                Yes, do all we can to defend our great republic against its enemies (within and without), but don’t for a minute conflate the kingdom of God with any kingdom of this world – including the USA.

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        • CaptainNonno says:

          We need to do our part. Think like you were fighting in the Revokutionary War because you are. Don’t wait till you see the whites of their eyes because you’re looking at the pupils now.

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    • Daniel says:

      The economy is not just #1 on Trump’s agenda, it’s part of his re-election strategy. Most people, I expect and despite what the media says, will have felt the shift economically and most of those do already. (I have pointed out to people that “hey, this is peak travel season! Isn’t the price of gasoline supposed to go UP? It’s at a low we haven’t seen in a few years!” I especially love mentioning that to known Democrat voters!) He is absolutely going to get a second term. And as I pointed out when the house was lost to Democrat voter fraud (and I’m convinced it was as there was NO specific issue the common Democrat voters out there to rally around) Trump is now far more free to get entangled in fights with the house leadership. Trump was more or less limited on the amount and level of attacks he could dish out against Republican leadership. Politically risky and feeds the NeverTrump trolls. But now Trump is further unleashed. Now we’re going to see a LOT more of what we elected Trump to do! And it’s going to be glorious.

      Trump is a showman among other things. He’s got something wonderful in mind for his second term. Any guesses?

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      • IMHO, if the Presidents expects to win a second term, he should start right now promoting an agenda of ENDING ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, SECURING OUR BORDERS and END CORRUPTION IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. All three are winners. They will inspire his base. They should influence the female vote and some independents. If you need another talking point, add REDUCE THE DEFICIT. (Draining the swamp and MAGA are past their prime.)

        How can Democrats publicly oppose them?

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  13. TPW says:

    When Solomon made that revelation on Hannity…..did any of you think Hannity”s reaction was more that odd. He barely acknowledged him saying there was documented evidence held of Flynn’s innocence. Why in the world would Hannity not be the lease bit curious about such a bomb shell statement, Hannity quickly retorted ” yea you would think so for a man who has served 33 years” not exact… paraphrasing…. passively agreeing with Solomon that the document should be released. Something is not right here with Hannity it is though he likes to skim the top to get maximum viewership but purposely will not dive into the weeds. I have seen him do this before. His last tick tock was dropped like a hot rock and also the murder of that young democrat.

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  14. mashall says:

    Don’t Ever Stop Sundance!

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  15. rightmover says:

    With all these tick tocks it’s a wonder we don’t all have Lyme Disease by now. But none of these “tick tocks” ever lead to the BOOM BOOM BOOM that another anonymous entity keeps promising.

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  16. Mike says:

    I heard Rush Limbaugh say on his radio show a few days ago that John Solomon told Rush, Solomon believes Mueller IS investigating Clinton Crimes. If that is true Solomon is beyond naive.

    Sharyl Attkisson writes in her summary of Comey’s recent testimony;

    Comey said he and Mueller are NOT friends.

    Comey says he’s friends with Bill Barr, Trump’s new nominee for Attorney General. Comey says Barr is fit for the job and that he thinks “highly” of him (pp. 92-92).

    My opinion, Comey is a cunning, liar. Comey worships Mueller. Comey could be kissing up to Barr, looking for favorable treatment in the future. I appreciate Solomon’s work but how can ANYONE believe Mueller isn’t just out to get Trump, and cover his own mis-deeds. (I only read the repub Q & A with Comey so did not see the Barr statement.)

    I have been troubled about this guy Barr from the get go. I believe POTUS knows what he is doing but this bothers me. The next AG I believe is the most critical decision POTUS has to make.

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    • mariner says:

      I believe William Barr was involved in shielding the Clinton/Bush Mena drug-running operation in the 1980s.

      Perhaps vetting him for the Trump AG position will trigger an investigation into that.

      I can dream, can’t I?

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    • Fake News says:

      Hopefully Barr is a name being thrown out to plactate e everyone after sessions firing. Maybe POTUS changes his mind and cleans DOJ FBI houses and names some true outsiders. Barr could be one big swerve.

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    • singingsoul says:

      Mike
      “Comey said he and Mueller are NOT friends.

      Comey says he’s friends with Bill Barr, Trump’s new nominee for Attorney General. Comey says Barr is fit for the job and that he thinks “highly” of him (pp. 92-92).”
      ________________________
      I do not believe anything what Comes says or writes. Come is a evil man who compartmentalizes his evil deeds.

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  17. The really sad part of all of this is President Trump and his team, for all their business acumen, did not appreciate the depravity of the Democratic Party.

    Limbaugh said repeatedly during the primary and the campaign, Trump isn’t an ideologue; he doesn’t consider the Democrats his enemy. To him, Chuck Schumer is just another New Yorker, a reasonable guy he can make deals with. Heck – Trump has known Schumer, and Hillary Clinton, and all the other big Democrats in New York for decades! He contributed to their campaigns! They were on good terms! All the vitriol of the campaign? Well that’s mere puffery, it’s what people say in the heat of the contest but they don’t really mean it. The Democrats don’t hate him anymore than he hates Crooked Hillary, or Lyin’ Ted, or Low Energy Jeb, or Little Marco. Once the campaign is over we all shake hands, tell each other “good game”, and then get down to business … until next time.

    And so, after the victory, Trump extended his hand in friendship by giving Hillary Clinton a pass. And then, to his great shock and dismay … the Democrats turned around and tried to murder him in every sense except the literal one. They accused him being a Russian agent; they refuse to confirm his appointees, leaving Obama holdovers in place; they are trying very hard to take down his administration; and his businesses; to harass and destroy his family; to ruin him in every possible way. And they’re willing to cut off their nose to spite their face in order to do it. Pure, black, evil, hatred. Pure venom.

    Limbaugh just played a clip from November 2016, after the election. He said a Trump presidency will be embattled like no presidency in modern history as he disrupts the status quo and drains the swamp. Limbaugh said, Trump is a fearless warrior who is unbowed by the media onslaught. He will need to surround himself with other fearless warriors who can withstand the onslaught and defend him. And then his worthless Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, stood down and threw the gates open for the barbarians at the gate. And Trump has been fighting from a severe disadvantage ever since.

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    • Blind no longer says:

      I often try to visualize what a Trump Presidency would have been like had Jeff Sessions not been the Attorney General. One of my family members believes Sessions was the insurance policy…I just think he was a chicken sh*t now!

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      • Jeff Sessions’ recusal from nothing, abdicating his position before he even assumed it and empowering Rosenstein, is THE single colossal blunder that put us where we are today.

        And don’t give me that BS, “he had to recuse, he was part of the campaign”. That was a LIE, to fool him into recusing from a … counterintelligence investigation?! Mr. Sessions was completely out of his depth. He was a great US attorney, and he was a great Deputy AG to acting AG Rod Rosenstein. But not a leader, not a warrior.

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    • mariner says:

      I believe they tried to murder President Trump in the literal sense, probably several times.

      May God bless him, his family and those who work to protect him.

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    • paper doll says:

      For the last two years, PT seemed to think success in the economy sphere and
      his good will would win them over….The exact opposite is true, and it’s because they are not patriots. A successful America is a horror to them He will never be accepted by them , nor will they stop . I hope from this time forward PT will act accordingly

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    • Prince- another OUTSTANDING comment.

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      • Bluto Ruffian says:

        @Seneca – You do realize that the entire tsunami of negativism against Trump actually started in 1517… Nicolaus Copernicus (yes that famous astronomer and mathematician) derived a quantity theory of money – a key concept in economics – and in 1519 he formulated an economic principle that later came to be called Gresham’s law. This principal is is used TODAY as the foundation for the WORLD banking system (note singular ‘system’)… Even Isaac Newton (the father of gravity) was knighted by Queen Anne in 1705 and spent the last three decades of his life in London, serving as Warden (1696–1700) and Master (1700–1727) of the Royal Mint, as well as president of the Royal Society (1703–1727). Newton employed Gresham’s law…
        Once it became clear that Trump WOULD become president, the whole idea was to keep Trump so tied up with legal issues that he couldn’t Schiff without the entire alphabet agencies using the toilet paper as proof of something nefarious and legally dangerous…
        Trump is in the perfect position to expose the the house of cards that the globalist agenda / monetary system has been doing for many a century. He also has access to all the (forbidden) records of Obama’s creation and illegitimacy as a POTUS (this is the biggest fear of more than 85% of the the current occupants of ALL 3 branches of government TODAY)… Remember HRC on election night – “If that Basta5d wins, we all hang from nooses…”
        Why would SHE say this…? [more important – why hasn’t it happened]
        Knew her destiny, did she?
        Bluto Ruffian (not just plain Bluto)

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    • joshashland says:

      And, ghost, I’d like to add that SC Mueller team is a multi-million dollar tax funded op-ed group.

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  18. jack says:

    I thought about this for a few hours now and have come to the conclusion this is a TRAP that Trump/Flynn set for Mueller! 🙂

    Here is how it works, Flynn told his side of the story in the sentencing document his lawyers submitted , and now the JUDGE wants to see all underlining docs that Mueller Team has on Flynn case.

    The Trap is this : If Mueller doesn’t turn over everything, and Trump has in his possession stuff that Mueller didn’t turn over, he can PROVE the Flynn case was based on phony 302’s and other lies and it is a HOAX Frame Job.

    And if Mueller does release everything, then the Judge will BLOW his lid and expose this travesty of injustice and rain HELL down on Mueller Team!

    Two can play the “got you” game!

    Flynn was the first to go down , in the Russia Thing, so if Trump team can nail Mueller in this matter, game over and Trump/Flynn wins!

    (hey, it least my “new” post is more positive than how I felt a few hours ago. 😉 )

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    • Blind no longer says:

      From your keyboard to God’s ears!

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    • J says:

      Good analysis Jack. And Mueller may have been aware of the defense ploy and felt it necessary to postpone…5x!!!…the sentencing day. Mueller hoped a miracle would turn up some dirt somewhere somehow and this uncomfortable dilemma could be avoided. Time to show and tell…..

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      • Dee Paul Deje says:

        Anyone know whatever came of the indicted Russian company that showed up in court and asked for disclosure from team Meuller? Mueller was left holding his d_ _ _ and asked for more time. The story seemed to just disappear.

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        • Jan says:

          Concord Management lost on its motion to dismiss the case against them in which they argues that the prosecution indictment should have all the facts supporting what Concord did to commit a crime. As to the discovery, I have no idea where that stands.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          That case, afaik from a few legal publications a month or so ago, is in the morass of paper “discovery” so it’s a very boring and extended time for observers, but a busy time for the defense. The reports said Mulehead had dropped a mass of untranslated and unorganized paper documentation on the defense, which generated a little heat, but ultimately only sent all the attorneys and parties back to their bullpens to work through the documents. We’ll probably hear more after the holidays when everyone gets back to work and there might be some motions to quash or dismiss filed based on analysis of that document dump, which probably doesn’t support any allegation of criminal conduct by the accused. The defense counsel, Eric Dubelier, is a mean and sharp dude. I’m really looking forward to seeing him tear into Mulehead.

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    • fanbeav says:

      Which may explain all of the “new” investigations that have erupted against President Trump and his family/friends?

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    • Flynn is no punk. He was taken out in a surprise ambush, and the Mueller team has had him on the ground pounding him for the last 2 years. They extorted a guilty plea and coerced him into cooperating, but he never surrendered and continues to fight back from the bottom.

      I do hope he finally has the opening he needs to force a submission by the Mueller team. We’ll see.

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    • Justin Green says:

      The judge isn’t the Executive Branch. There’s only limited “hell” he can rain down.

      Dismissing the charges with some amount of admonishment or penalty to the Mueller probe might be the result, but this judge isn’t going to shut down the probe and lock up Mueller. Don’t set your sights too, high.

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      • If Mueller is suspect of prosecutorial misconduct he is out of a job. That is the one thing he can be fired for. There are plenty of prosecutors who know how to do an honest job that can be hired to replace him.

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      • drrjp says:

        The Judge isn’t but Mueller IS part of the Executive Branch and if it wasn’t for the bad optics and repercussions by the Democraps, Trump could have legally fired him at any time.

        Why are the Democraps in Congress along with the RINO’s so intent on p[rotecting Mueller from being fired? That’s not their call to make. Mueller’s probe had one purpose and one purpose only: it was a counterintelligence probe to discover if there was any interference in the 2016 election by the Russians. It was NOT intended to look for any collusion between Trump and Russia or Trump and the Bolshevik Ballet, not was it meant to continue looking for things outside of its mission like going after former members of the Trump campaign for process crimes like too many parking tickets or late tax payments.

        NOW, while there has never been any collusion between Trump and Russia, there HAS been collusion between Hillary Clinton and Russia via Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele in the production of the bogus dossier. That dossier provided the false narrative of collusion between Trump and Russia when they did not find anything incriminating after listening in on his campaign phones.

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    • John says:

      “That’s a fact, Jack.”
      It’s a Trump trap.
      But I would add, Adm. Rogers, Gen. Flynn, the NSA and the US Armed Forces, are all in on it.
      Nothing is ever “lost,” and they have held all the evidence since the beginning.
      The last two years have been spent educating the population and allowing the Trump organization to sort out the white hats from the Black hats. It will be painful for everyone when he takes down these crime families. Therefore, they are trying to accomplish what needs to be done, resulting with the least collateral damage.
      Gen. Flynn is the key for taking out Mueller and the special counsel. Mueller will be neutered by this honest judge. (I would not be surprised to eventually see Gen. Flynn become the chief of staff. POTUS needs a Chief of Staff, who is of the same mindset, and with the ability to operate on the battlefield that is now set before them..).
      Nothing would be better for the timing of springing the traps and making the arrests, than during a “government shutdown,” and a major holiday recess. I believe, that POTUS gets to choose who is essential, and nonessential. And the greatest disruptions will be located in the center of the swamp. It’s best to have those forces on furlough.
      When everyone finally realizes what has transpired, it will be a new year with whomever is still standing in the new Congress. And most of those who will be standing, will stand with a fresh perspective.
      Just some thoughts.

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    • Jack- that’s a really great idea. I feel much better.

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      • zorrorides says:

        Jack, whenever I think a nice comprehensive positive thought along the lines of your post above, well, sooner or later I write it or say it aloud, – … aaand

        Somebody comes along and tells me I shouldn’t be looking at “hope porn”.
        Two days later, oh there I am again, believing in hope.

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        • Z- that’s pretty funny!

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        • John says:

          There is a reason for you to have hope, Zorro.
          Trump is still standing.
          After over two years of being attacked from the inside and the outside, he is still here and alive. Many other great men have been assassinated, for much less.
          He is not standing because of his “charm,” connections or ability to “work the system.”
          He will defeat his enemies, but not by using his enemies corrupt system. That system will die. He will use a different system, but a system that is still within our original Constitution.
          We may debate as to what is causing Trump to withstand the slings and arrows. I’ll leave that debate for after the dust settles.

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          • zorrorides says:

            Hi John and TY mucho. I was referring to you when I referred to ‘Jack’. So maybe it’s your nickname that your friends call you?

            Count me in as one of the Treepers who likes your perspective on Trump and his victories.

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            • zorrorides says:

              Seneca made me do it, John. He called you Jack first!

              My Mom always used to ask me, ‘If Seneca jumped off the barn, would you jump too?’
              Uh yeah, I guess. Probably.

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              • John says:

                No problem, Zorrorides. I intuitively knew you were speaking about my post.
                I also, “intuitively knew,” what you meant by “hope porn.” I liked that.
                I looked up the formal definitions of “porn,” hoping to use the phrase some other time.
                But the formal definition just doesn’t fit.
                But the definition of “porn,” established by one of our late Supreme Court justices, fits perfectly.
                When asked to define “pornography,” he stated: “Pornography is difficult to define, but you know it when you see it.”
                Likewise, “hope porn,” is difficult to define, but you recognize it when you see it.

                Have a great weekend.
                John

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        • tomidlewood says:

          “hope porn” is the funniest description yet of the positive spins we’ve all been holding onto for the past 2 years. I’m still hopeful, but not very trusting….

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    • rayvandune says:

      Why do you think Trump would release the exculpating docs? He has loads of “bombshell” docs already that have not been used. I think he is waiting for Mueller to give up or something. But of course, Mueller CAN’T give up… he has gone past the point of no return, as have all the Dems and DOJ/FBI co-conspirators. The are waiting for TRUMP to give up, and they are willing to do ANYTHING to make that happen. ANYTHING, legal or otherwise.

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    • avi says:

      cut it out with al the wishful thinking. Herr Muller has destroyed Flynn

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    • Leucotheahints says:

      You are very correct
      Mueller has very damaging information that will hurt Mueller if Mulerr complies and submits it.
      The Judge knows what he is asking for.
      It is damaging to Mueller if he doesn’t comply.

      Why do you think Mueller has been postponing so many times for a year?

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  19. I won't back down says:

    spread the word – Bongino is citing CTH (about minute 25).

    FUN!

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    • steph_gray says:

      Yep, very interesting podcast today.

      Dan’s theory that there will eventually be states who just start ignoring the feds at some point, on Obamacare and other issues, was new and quite interesting as well! I think he called it a “soft” rebellion.

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      • we’ve already got States ignoring Federal pot law and immigration law. Calfornia, NJ, etc. So, why can’t Indiana ignore Obamacare or Alabama ignore speed limits. The Feds have way overreached and now the stupid Justice Dept is creating more cynicism and a “yeah, whatever” attitude amongst the general population. Washington DC is fast becoming irrelevant as it makes more attempts to be relevant. At some point, nobody’s going to give a dam about Washington DC.

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      • Deplorably Bonnie Blue says:

        There are states ignoring lots of federal laws, etc. already. Sanctuary cities/states, gun control, etc.

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      • dauntlessguy says:

        The states that are controlled by socialists eg California and NY already do THIS. Sanctuary cities defying ICE, Unconstitutional gun laws and even Marijuana state laws.

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  20. Linda Harrison says:

    Jack – No one on this site has challenged who you are and to the best of my knowledge Sundance has not “outed” anyone on here who has chosen not to use their real name. By questioning who Sundance is, only causes people who do know to leave bread crumbs that otherwise would not be there. To those who believe that we need to hone our search skills: perhaps we have chosen to leave Sundance’s identity to Sundance and admire from a distance.

    I do hope that Ad Rem – whoever that is (ha,ha) chooses to remove this thread before any real damage is done.

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  21. LilyLayzell says:

    Has anyone ever had doubts about Pence’s loyalty to Trump? I’ve hung onto faith from the beginning but the old black dog of doubt never stops nagging me. His closeness to all Bush men, looking to Cheney as mentor, close to Wisconsin Rinos (Priebus, Ryan), Jeff Flake his best friend when he was a Senator, etc. are a few reasons and there are more.

    Which brings me to DNI Coats from Indiana who is another friend of Pence, who was instrumental in Coats’ appointment. My interest in Dan Coats: We graduated from the same college. He sat beside me in French class and we were casual acquaintances. He had a stellar reputation. I have no reason, based on who he was back then, to doubt his integrity. On the other hand, I was a friend of Denny Hastert’s who was also there for four years. I didn’t doubt him either. So to anyone out there: Any questions about Pence or Coats? Any info? As the saying goes, “The ones we are taught to trust the most are the ones who can most easily fool us.” [Something on that order, I made that version up.] Thanks ahead of time.

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    • Eaglemom says:

      Mike Pence was never a senator.

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    • jack says:

      LilyLayzell
      Yes, Lily, many of us on this site have deep forebodings about Pence. My sense of watching Pence for 2 years that he is a politician like Ted Cruz , a slippery person that has a 2 face look to him. The outer surface appears “religious and righteous” , and inside … the man is a cunning, back-stabber in waiting.

      Trump comes across as solid inside and out, and Trump has HEART and SOUL, and it shows in the way he talks, the sound of his voice, the look in his eyes, and the kind gestures he always makes towards people around him.

      Pence is responsible for the Flynn incident! Directly responsible and called Flynn a liar!

      Also, in debates I didn’t get the feeling he defended Trump in some of the questions that were given him.

      Pence didn’t support Trump before he was picked as VP, and it seemed like Trump picked him to get the “traditional Republicans” to join the Trump Team. I understand why Pence was picked, but, like you, I am leery of Pence , and I’m very sure Trump figured out Pence from the beginning. Trump has a good eye to spot snakes!

      Maybe I am wrong about Pence, and I am mis-judging him, and I admit I could be wrong. But if I have a “gut” feeling about him, what am I to do? … “share it” or “keep it to myself” (my dilemma ). And when you wrote about your mis-trust of Pence, the response I’m giving here is what comes out of me.

      Maybe Trump can set Pence on the right track, I hope so. God knows , I don’t … but my GUT sense … has sounded an alarm.

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      • zorrorides says:

        When I worry about Pence, and folks I do, it’s hard for me to enjoy my hope porn.

        Watch over us Lord, waking and sleeping. Protect us and our Donald Trump, and your America.

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        • jack says:

          zorrorides
          Trump has to sleep with one eye one, … and Trump’s Trumpsters have to cover Trump’s back … because most of us don’t think the GOPe will or other back-stabbing people in D.C. … will have Trump’s back!

          Trump has the authority of a person who was given the MISSION to set right the Course of America, and it show in everything he does!

          Doesn’t it feel good to be part of Trump’s MEGA movement! The leftist movement just seems so slimy and in the gutter in comparison.

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          • jack says:

            I meant to say Trump has to sleep with one eye OPEN (sorry about that).

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            • zorrorides says:

              Jack! I knew there was a Jack up the thread somewhere! TY. Do you know John?

              “Trump has the authority of a person who was given the MISSION to set right the Course Of America, and it shows in everything he does.”

              Oh yes it does feel good! We are in this together with our Mr Trump. At first it was just you and me and him over there and her over here and it didn’t look so good at all; but now Mr Trump is with us. He’s been authorized as commander of the mission we’ve been called to do.

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        • cocomama says:

          If the bad guys go down (indicted), accusations will commence that most are Democrats. Republicans are corrupt too. Trump knows this. If Trump exposes his own Republican V.P. (planned long ago), accusations of bias might be harder to spread. A new unification would be more likely.

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    • madeline says:

      Lily, I agree with you. The wife of a business associate worked for Hassert in Yorkville, IL…many stories. I was so disappointed POTUS chose Pense. As I have said on other threads when Coats said to Andrea Mitchell (about POTUS), “Isn’t that special”, at the Aspen Institute I knew I was right about Coats. We have many great friends and associates from your school.

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    • Jason Ross says:

      In my opinion Pence is a hinderence to getting independent voters on board with MAGA.

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  22. wholland50 says:

    “Limbaugh said, Trump is a fearless warrior who is unbowed by the media onslaught.”

    This is more true today than when President Trump was Etta candidate. But here is a reminder of how much of a fearless warrior Trump was as a candidate:

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  23. Sundance Reference”
    “Senator Feinstein’s 2016 senior staffer (with Gang-of-Eight security clearance) was Dan Jones. It was revealed this year that Dan Jones sent Fusion GPS over $50 million to continue work on the Russia Conspiracy angle after the 2016 election toward the ideological goals of removing President Trump.”

    I keep coming back to the “Gang of Eight” being directly involved in all of this. Some have said follow the money.

    “2016 Gang of Eight” —> “Senator Feinstein’s 2016″ —->”Dan Jones”—->”Fusion GPS”

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  24. marko says:

    Mueller needs to be shut down we need a SC to investigate the investigators who is ready to be every bit as agressive as Mueller has been. Is Trump going to fight back by tweeting, holding pressers where he keeps repeating “this is a witch hunt” or is he going to up his game by exposing the corruption. Trump has the full legal authority to appoint his own SC. I would suggest Joe DeGenova. Playing softball when hard balls are being thrown at you isn’t working. What does he have to lose?

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  25. MaineCoon says:

    There’s a lot of discussion whereby some think the illustrious SD has gone negative or…whatever… The comments indicate agreement/disagreement on the issue. I render this explanation as there are multiple trains on different tracks going in different directions, which might offer clarity.

    1. Trump MAGA train track (MAGAnomics, trade, etc.) I’m 1000% on board as imo is SD.

    2. IC/DoJ/FBI — questionable where this train will end up. Some exposure of the crime, but will there be jail time for the co-conspirators? Probably not. If any, minor stuff. Just collateral damage.

    3. CFN Investigation Train Track (sub-track of #2 train): just how long is the duration of a Special Grand Jury? Haven’t we passed that duration? How many potential jurors would do/say anything not to serve on it knowing their life might depend on it?

    4. Mueller Train Track (sub-track of #2 train): Will run at least through 2020 if not longer.

    5. Huber Train Track (sub-track of #2 train): Pfft.

    IMO everything hinges on #2 train and it’s still corrupt. I always hope that justice will win out. Always. So I will continue to hope that the permanent AG can do something. We’ll see.

    I will never lose hope in the Trump Train and always support POTUS, his policies and cabinet choices. He’s doing the absolute best he can given the hand he was dealt, but I also think that the Trump train is moving at warp speed; hence, much criminal stuff from previous years is just going to fall by the wayside. POTUS cannot single-handedly (almost) derail the rest of the trains. It’s just not possible although he is trying.

    For me the best thing that could happen is for #3 CFN to be found guilty of pay-for-play. Take down the Foundation and the rest of the internal players fall too, although the corporate veil probably won’t be breached and therefore no one will go to jail. Just CFN fines & closure.

    There are many trains, many tracks. They need to be kept separate to give clarity at this point, imo.

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    • cocomama says:

      Why did Mueller postpone Flynn’s sentencing so many times? Why is the sentencing timed to coincide with the shutdown, break in December? What does this gain for the dark powers? Nothing that I can see. The timing of this sentencing and the judges request for documents from Mueller seem to favor Trump. It makes me wonder who is really in control. Hopium.

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      • zorrorides says:

        T Y Cocomama. Hey all youse guise above and after, look farther down this comment list. There’s five or six posters in a row whose last toke of hopium has obviously worn off. No hope porn for them!

        I prefer believing as a tactic, that P Trump can succeed in every part, all the while keeping it peacefully within the Constitution. This is a very high hope, yes. It will be all the grace of God for us to triumph in peace, without the need to go all 2nd Amendment upon the skulls of our neighbors from the Globalist State.

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      • jebg46 says:

        Has anyone thought about how Judge Sullivan was finally put in charge of this case? Knowing his history about Senator Stephens where he was able to assign a special prosecutor to investigate the FBI’s misdeeds in their investigation, it seems it might not be by chance!

        Mueller kept postponing Flynn’s sentencing once he was being challenged by the Judge. There was not a huge blue wave so the impeachment strategy of the coupist’s of spygate is not going to happen leaving Mueller holding a very incriminating pile of “she wasn’t supposed to lose” unhiden trails of evidence of their illegal activities in the biggest crime of sedition against a President.

        Is it even possible that the white hats could maneuver to get Judge Sullivan? This is my glimmer of hope breaking through that I can’t suppress any longer.

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  26. Right to reply says:

    2025 will produce a book with sales that will rival that of the Bible. The memoirs of 45 will be like no other. He will publish and be damned! Two years later will come the movie. I honestly believe this.

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  27. I won't back down says:

    and speaking of the DIA – Remember “the brag heard round the world” by Evelyn Farkas?

    When she got on MSNBC and talked about sharing the unmasked info far and wide with as many agencies as possible.

    Her agency was DIA. This leads me to conclude what others are speculating is true – we’ve found a smoking gun and this is the presidential daily briefing material . . .

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  28. Bogeyfree says:

    Back in Feb Judge Sullivan ordered the following:

    Sullivan’s order invoked the “Brady Rule,” which requires prosecutors to disclose exculpatory evidence in their possession to the defense — that is, evidence that could prove favorable to the defendant in negating his guilt, reducing his potential sentence or bolstering the credibility of a witness.

    Now fast forward to Soloman’s Disclosure yesterday on the DIA document that he claims has exculpatory evidence that could exonerate Flynn.

    And in Sundance’s piece it goes on to say this DIA document may have been feed into Obama and his team’s PDB (Presidential Daily Briefing)

    So if you are Judge Sullivan and back in Feb you request that Mueller’s team disclose any exculpatory information and they never mention this DIA document, what do you think Judge Sullivan does?

    And isn’t one of Mueller team members the lawyer for Obama during his Presidency and doesn’t that mean this person may have been on the CC list of these PDB?

    If so, then doesn’t that possibly suggest the Mueller team was aware of the DIA document all along?

    Just speculating and trying to connect some possible dots.

    I sure hope all of this gets to Judge Sullivan, AG Whitaker and PT

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    • Ned Zeppelin II says:

      Bingo I think that is why it was time for Solomon to bring it up. Wasn’t today at 3 pm or don’t deadlines mesn anthing anymore?

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  29. Pew-Anon says:

    Yet nothing ever seems to happen. Kind of like nothing ever seems to happen with all the bluster from the Mueller probe. It’s all bluff, to suppress any real exposure, each side knowing they will both go down. Meanwhile PDJT is indifferent, with his sights seemingly set on loftier targets. Here’s hoping he is right about that, but sooner or later I’m afraid his opposition will drag him down to their level if they are not truly exposed and dealt with.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      It happens to nearly all great men throughout history. Even the Saints for the most part were eventually brutally murdered when they wouldn’t just shut up and go away.

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    • At this point in time….what I am TRUELY afraid of is this…
      If this is allowed to go on any longer…. and they build any lie on Russia that can fall on Flynn and Manafort…they will tie it to President Trump…

      and when they do it….and Trust me they will… When Mr Trump releases the unreacted material…. with evidence that the feds and Obama were spying on his campaign…..

      They will just come back with… We had too….Mr Trump was a National security Threat….

      Time is running out

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  30. Did Former Feinstein Staffer Raised $50 Million, Hired Fusion GPS and ***an active MI6 agent Christopher Steele to continue work on the Russia Conspiracy angle after the 2016 election?

    Christopher Steele was an agent of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, also known as MI6, during the time that he was working for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the DNC, according to several current and former US intelligence officials.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/09/exclusive-christopher-steele-was-in-contact-with-british-mi6-and-russian-svr-during-the-2016-election/

    For me this picture is not complete.

    “2016 Gang of Eight” —> “Senator Feinstein’s 2016″ —->”Dan Jones”—->”Fusion GPS”—>”Active MI6 agent Christopher Steele”.

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  31. mazziflol says:

    I think the only thing that will stop the abuse…is for we the people to yellow vest up.

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  32. Heika says:

    Andy involved too… Have a look! From Feb this year. McCabe destroyed the previous 302’s after he altered them. Interesting compilation from Cernovich.
    “It has always been painfully obvious that disgraced FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe didn’t resign over text-gate or “Trump and Republican criticism”. Now it all makes sense. Former Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Andrew McCabe altered far left FBI investigator Peter Strzok’s notes on his interview with General Michael Flynn. And then McCabe destroyed the evidence.”
    The dates on this are confusing Feb 2018 as the info seems current. Anyway there are some gems there on the IG as well and why he is keeping quiet.
    https://gellerreport.com/2018/02/fbi-302-mccable.html/

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  33. The thing about making deals is, you can’t make a deal with someone who is only interest is seeing you dead.

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  34. Ned Zeppelin II says:

    To be truly exculpatory, my vote is that the Solomon document is a report to Obama on the status of Operation Get Flynn.

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  35. Gary Ingle says:

    FISA Legislative history
    Introduced in the Senate as S. 1566 by Edward Kennedy (D–MA) on May 18, 1977
    Committee consideration by Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Committee on the Judiciary
    Passed the Senate on March 20, 1978 (95–1)
    Passed the House on September 7, 1978 (246–128, in lieu of H.R. 7308)
    Reported by the joint conference committee on October 5, 1978; agreed to by the Senate on October 9, 1978 (Without objection) and by the House on October 12, 1978 (226–176)
    Signed into law by President Jimmy Carter on October 25, 1978
    Major amendments
    USA PATRIOT Act
    Protect America Act of 2007
    FISA Amendments Act of 2008
    USA Freedom Act

    I propose a national referendum to end it and all amendments by vote of all 52 states! It violates our 2nd amendment. The framers had no clue what electronics communications could bring about. The framers of the amendments did!

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  36. Folks, Think the PRESIDENTIAL-DAILY-BRIEFING (PDB).
    ~B. Obama was being kept apprised of the SPYING on Pres. Trump…DAILY.~
    *Ain’t that right Evelyn Farkas.*

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  37. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  38. spoogels says:

    STUNNING: MUELLER DID NOT RELEASE Original Flynn 302 Publicly Today — He Released 302 From 6 mos. After Interview — ORIGINAL REPORT MISSING?

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/12/stunning-fbi-did-not-release-original-flynn-302-publicly-today-they-released-302-from-6-mos-after-interview-original-report-missing/

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  39. spoogels says:

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    • Rynn69 says:

      If that is true, this all needs to come out immediately. Any person that stays silent is culpable. This is what these criminals are hoping, that their intimidation tactics work.

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    • cali says:

      @spoogles: Q told us about the assassination plans against the president and/or his family members and grandchildren in November 2017.
      To be exact they plotted with their foreign partners in the UK, AU and NZ to assist if needed.
      Their plan was hatched to assassinate the president if their insurance policy failed.
      I’m sure Merkel also chimed in to help.

      Again – these texts and all those involved in this plot is frightening. Add into that there have been 7 attempts against the president, 1 one FLOTUS.

      Now you understand why president Trump is protected by our military officers.

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  40. ATheoK says:

    Documents held by the FBI/DIA/NSA have exculpatory information regarding General Flynn.

    Rosenstein and agencies refuse to provide that document and information.

    Plus, FBI refuses to provide one agent’s documents and notes and substitutes a document written over 6 months after the interview.

    Reasonable doubt established!
    Judge should dismiss the entre case against General Flynn and rip Mueller, FBI and Rosenstein some new posterior holes.

    The judge could take another step and dock the salaries of Mueller, Mueller’s team, Rosenstein, Wray and agents to pay off the wasted prosecution funds.

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  41. teeheeman says:

    For Twitter users let out some #IStandWithFlynn tweets this weekend. Help get this thing going. Next week has the potential to be VERY interesting. If Judge Sullivan concludes Flynn was totally framed and sets him free that would be YUGE!!!

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