Sunday Talks: HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes Discusses Flynn Case…

House Permanent Sub Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Chairman Devin Nunes appears on with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the current state of issues with Michael Flynn.

Chairman Nunes draws attention to the latest documents (released Friday). One of the documents is written by Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe who noted that Flynn was aware the FBI had the content of a phone call between himself and Russian Ambassador Kislyak, prior to the FBI interview. Therefore it is highly unlikely Flynn would lie about the content of that Kislyak phone call.

Most people forget the background of how the Mueller probe was constructed. FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and FBI chief legal counsel James Baker selected most of the special counsel investigators; those two then recommended to Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein that he hire Robert Mueller as special counsel lead.

Comey was fired. The remaining ‘at-risk’ corrupt FBI leadership (McCabe and Baker), positioning to defend their own interests, selected the “small group”; then Mueller was selected and brought on his additional team members. The entire  purpose of the special counsel operation was to cover-up the DOJ/FBI activity.

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191 Responses to Sunday Talks: HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes Discusses Flynn Case…

  1. TNGal says:

    Why would the FBI care about how Flynn “felt” about the conversations? I call BS.

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    • iwasthere says:

      Don’t know how Flynn would not have lost it – when asked about how he “felt” about the conversation – and tossed those 2 bozos out of the WH.

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    • stephenbaze says:

      They did not care at all how Flynn felt. You are completely missing the essence of what has happened in all of it and why. Here it is in plain english !

      “The entire purpose of the special counsel operation was to cover-up the DOJ/FBI activity.” and it has since morphed into undermining DJT by any means necessary or possible. Basically it is all about maintaining the status quo and DSA for the elites who control it all. That is their power and it is all accomplished via PRAVDA/MSM, their propaganda arm..

      It is now clear until the people rise up and demand accountability the DEM/DSA will succeed to some degree in this obfuscation and criminality at DOJ and FBI !

      Recently I commented that I think I know why DJT back tracked on releasing the docs and it definitely is not because it might harm the UK and or Aussies. That was a BS story. How this component plays out is the only dynamic in motion that matters now. As I said the fact that DJT said this was now a sort of bargaining chip, is very disturbing to say the least. But we ave no choice but to call a spade a spade. We shall soon see what is real, either way. If DJT does or does not release the docs is completely telling of the truth of the matters at hand. I am unwilling to say any more about what I have determined. But perhaps you can figure it out as well ?

      Plan for the worse and hope for the best !

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      • TNGAL says:

        I am saying that it is ridiculous to say that his feelings have anything to do with anything. I understand what went on.

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      • Bastiat says:

        The only logical conclusion from what you’re saying is that they have something on someone Trump loves. If they had something on Trump they would have used it to depose him. Whatever they have would have to be concrete and undeniable because if Trump exposed them as corrupt, their credibility would be zero, especially in court. A tape or audio or something along those lines, and it would have to be bad enough that Trump could not pardon them without huge public backlash.

        My theory is that exposing the corruption gets thousands of criminal convictions overturned and clogs up the court system for years and releases many criminals to the streets. This is something that actually will take a lot of time to prepare for, and could be why we see such a delay in justice, or we may not see it at all, or we may only see it used as a last resort. Would Trump want on his conscience anyone killed or harmed by these criminals that got out? Would the American public be okay with Trump taking that risk?

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

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  2. Gerkenstein says:

    Comey’s admission to me is the biggest news in this fiasco. He is a disgrace. He should be be in jail.

    Liked by 28 people

    • Blind no longer says:

      I bet he plays MC hammer every night…You can’t touch this!

      Liked by 1 person

    • The Boss says:

      Preferably on death row. He adds no value to society.

      Liked by 2 people

      • stephenbaze says:

        The bigger question is how many people have all of these criminals harmed and or destroyed or even killed ?

        Few people seem to fully grasp the depth of what is taking place. I have said many times in the last decade that Americans are very slow thinkers and even slower to take any actions ! I was not wrong and I do understand why this exists. It is not as simple as Americans are dumb or lazy. A big part of it is that they have been mind effed by PRAVDA/MSM for a long while, decades. And it all got put on steroids under BHO and crew very deliberately. But at some point people have to wake up and call a spade a spade and get on with what is necessary to solve it all. Our government is out of control completely at every level.

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      You know Comey thinks he is untouchable after blurting out that he wouldn’t dare try the stunt of trapping Flynn, in the Bush or Obama Administration. Pretty smug about the coup.
      “So waddaya gonna do about it Punk.”

      Liked by 9 people

      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        Comey’s unintended message is Bush and Obama knew the Washington Mob controlled the government and Presidents just danced to the tune that the Mandarins played.

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      • stephenbaze says:

        Yes, the arrogance and false confidence is a sign of what lies underneath the veil of criminality ! It clearly points out the hubris and depth of their actions and their schemes.

        If DJT does not release the docs we have lost the nation. It will simply mean there is no real law, just double standards for the elites. It was a huge mistake NOT to release them prior to the mid-terms. That will become obvious going forward if it isn’t already to you.

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        • frances says:

          I agree, I could not understand why he didn’t release them prior to the midterms, but I have come to think they are blackmailing him, if he releases them or goes after Clinton they will attack each and every member of his family. Could be wrong but I believeTrump truly loves his family more than himself.

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      • Linda Wood says:

        Flynn is a whistleblower. He was fired from the Obama administration for revealing that we were in league with the Gulf State sponsors of the Salafist Islamic State, which became ISIS. Not only did he make that public, he gave televised interviews outlining how we did it. Michael Flynn is the loose cannon that Mueller and the whole deep state are trying to prevent from becoming the bearer of truth. They can handle Trump. They can handle Pence. They can’t handle Flynn.

        I think what caused the deep state to start scurrying around, as Putin would say, like cockroaches, was JASTA, Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, which makes it possible for the American people to go after the Saudi government.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I really believe that the decision that comes from Judge Sullivan will determine how this all plays out. If he goes along with the charge, they are in the clear to continue unabated.

      However, if he throws the charges out on Prosecutorial Malfeasance, this entire Witch Hunt will be closed by the start of the New Year and a Special Counsel will be assigned to investigate the investigators.

      This one man has that much power right now!

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      • Flight93Gal says:

        Flep,
        Completely agree.
        Here’s to Judge Sullivan and the TRUTH!
        Still praying daily for VSGPDJT and the country we all love.

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      • Moultrie Flag says:

        I agree 100%

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      • Mncpo(ret) says:

        I just read another take on this and it’s interesting. The last time Sullivan had this problem (Ted Stevens case), he did everything he could to get justice, he referred it back to the FBI/DOJ. They found no wrong doing, nobody was reprimanded and the whole thing got swept under the rug. That had to sting for him.

        This time, if he doesn’t throw the charges, he keeps it in his court. Under his control and out of the 7th floor. He can demand evidence to be presented from Mueller’s team. Don’t respond, obstruction. If it’s half azzed, tampering with evidence or whatever He can run them six ways from Sunday in his court.

        If he just boots the charges, the perps walk.

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          • WES says:

            Flep: Normally I am in complete agreement with you! However judge Sullivan’s behavior in the Ted Stevens case bothers me greatly. Sullivan was the judge who dismissed all of the charges against the Stevens prosecutors!

            I am very warey of pinning my hopes that Sullivan will do the right thing. So far Sullivan has accepted Flynn’s guilty plea. Sullivan has had over a year to toss out the case but has not done so. Sullivan has agreed to postponing Flynn’s sentencing 4 times so far. These are not the actions of a judge about to rock the boat.

            About the only hope I have for Sullivan is he will leave treepers with more heartburn or a new twist. I expect only a swamp decision. If Sullivan provides a new twist I will still remain guarded until his twist(s) play out. Guarded but hopeful.

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            • Liam Song says:

              The Steven’s case demonstrates not only this pattern of DOJ prosecutorial abuse of power we see in the case of Flynn and even Cohn, but in Steven’s case specifically it could readily be argued to have directly influenced the elected body;
              “After Stevens was convicted, the Senate Republicans lost their ability to filibuster and made it possible for the Democrats to ram through ObamaCare on a single-party vote. Subsequent to Steven’s death, their perfidy became known. Sullivan threw out the conviction.”
              https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/12/washingtons_growing_product_line_confected_felonies.html

              I really doubt Sullivan will be able to let the Mueller team’s behaviour with Flynn slide. He already knows that nothing will happen if he passes it back to the DOJ and FBI for review. In the Steven’s case Judge Sullivan “commissioned a 525 page report” to ensure the DOJ misconduct was highlighted. A school play of pretend reprimands from DOJ managers followed. His request that the Mueller team produce these other documents in the Flynn case is very targeted. I think we are going to be seeing some calculated outrage from the Judge.

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              • Greg says:

                Someone suggested Sullivan thru out the charges against the Prosecutors in the Stevens case, consider this for a moment. Is Sullivan just making trouble for a bigger piece of the DS Globalist pie?? In the Stevens case it handed power to the Dems and prosecutors walked with nothing but an ass chewing. Are we looking at Globalist Pie negotiations??
                If Q is wrong and there will be no prosecutions by the Trump administration then we have already lost and Judge Sullivan is going to get a raise.

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        • tucker7518 says:

          The fact that Mueller came out and said that Flynn lied, tells us he is worried about about Judge Emmet Sullivan’s sentence on Flynn.

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        • spoogels says:

          I have a feeling Sullivan is wiser to their tactics now

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  3. Hebo Sabe says:

    We sit and watch. So did Rome and Nero with the Senators argued and fiddled that precious time away.

    Good that we have President Trump. He was a Democrat. We’d never pull ourselves out of it otherwise.

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  4. Hebo Sabe says:

    https://theconservativetreehouse.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/corrupt-doj-and-fbi-officials-chart-fisa-crossfire-hurricane.jpg?w=640&h=586

    Look at the group of idiots that we’ve allowed to pull the wool over our heads… while brandishing knives and taking us out when we try to fight back.

    So we go along to get along and will never admit it.

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    • Molly says:

      Fabulous image, fabulous caption.

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      • Blind no longer says:

        I pray this man does the right thing now…however I have to ask why wait till now to ask for the 302’s? Is this just another stall tactic, but trying to appear fair? I’m afraid I have limited…very limited faith in the “system”!

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      • stephenbaze says:

        Only a very few men wiling to stand up, Hey ?

        The question now is what will this judge do since his production demand was not carried out, but just another obvious deception and stall tactic to obfuscate and refuse to comply ?

        Just as DJTs action with the docs will define many matters, so will this judges actions on Tuesday ! It is possible he will come unglued on the Mueller team. I hope so.

        What if he sets Flynn completely free and Trump hires him as chief of staff ? We shall soon see. Even if he does not cut Flynn major slack, Trump will pardon him.

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        • Austin Holdout says:

          Bless him, if Flynn gets out of this leg trap, I don’t think he would go within 10 miles of the Trump administration. That’s the Mueller effect we don’t talk much about: Good people are afraid to serve PDT because they or their families risk getting “Flynned”.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          What if he sets Flynn completely free and Trump hires him as chief of staff ?

          Schiff then “investigates” Flynn about Turkey, Syria ……….cultural appropriation the last time he ate at Taco Bell….

          …..the works.

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      • frances says:

        I agree!! I had no idea what he looked like and now seeing him, I am more hopeful.

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      Mueller told Sullivan to take a hike.

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    • Dutchman says:

      The EASIEST way for the miscreants to deal with this conundrum of the 302’s, would have been to have Pientka, simply write a ‘new’ 302, date it the,day after,the interview, use it to replace the original.

      WHY didn’t they do this? POSSIBLY there is some kind of archiving system, preventing them, I suppose.

      But the most likely explanation, it,seems to me, is that Prietka refused to commit perjury.

      So, they are doing a very sloppy coverup, and HOPING against hope that no one would demand to see the original 302.

      The inescapable conclusion is that the original 302 shows Flynn didn’t lie, and therefore confirms what we all know;
      that in prosecuting Flynn, the Mueller team engaged in numerous felonies.

      IF they could produce it, they would.

      IF they could fake one, they would.

      So, IF Sullivsn demands to see it, they will tell him some version of “the dog ate my homework.

      Seems to me Sullivans logical next step is to order them to produce the AGENT.

      I don’t see how they can refuse such an order; “muh ongoing investigations” doesn’t work.

      And, so long as,Sullivan DOES NOT dismiss the charges, he has justification.
      “To accept this guilty plea, even with no sentence of incarceration, leaves the defendant with a felony conviction, with all that implies.

      Therefore, prior to resolving this case, the court is compelled to investigate this matter fully, to insure Justice is served in this case.”

      As I posted earlier, just my thoughts, IF the Judge dismisses charges on Tuesday, he relinquishes authority. As long as the charges against General Flynn remain, even if no incarceration is anticipated, he has some authority.

      Admittedly, just guessing here.

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      • Firefly says:

        The brazenness of this is extremely disturbing. Comey gloated he took advantage of chaos in the transition. They’re acting untouchable and so far have been. Judge Sullivan decision will be telling.

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      • OldParatrooper says:

        Since SA Pientka was the junior agent in the interview, its highly likely that Strzok tasked him to be the note taker, and to draft the initial interview 302. Pientka now has knowledge of what happened before the interview, during the interview, and after the interview. He can tell us whether a 302 was written, whether it was altered, and if altered, “who done it”. He can also testify directly as to whether he felt Flynn was lying.

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      • stephenbaze says:

        It is entirely possible Sullivan will simply say, “after several years of observing many crimes and malfeasance at both DOJ and FBI, not only in my court but many others, I am setting the defendant free on all charges and will recommend that these matters be referred for criminal investigation by the the people involved at DOJ and FBI who deliberately committed many crimes in this case.”

        email the judge and tell him you support him and appreciate his prior actions !

        https://www.dcd.uscourts.gov/contact

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        • stephenbaze says:

          Here is what I just emailed judge Sullivan, do it !

          ” Mr Sullivan, I urge you to vacate all charges against M. Flynn based on the malfeasance and many crimes committed by DO/FBI to create a false prosecution against him. You sir are now the only chance of the American people to turn the corner on this massive corruption we are seeing in these agencies and even some courts To release Flynn would send a huge message to the real criminals in DC and would also give you the stage to voice your true thoughts based on direct dealings of these matters. PRAVDA/MSM covers up all events and you now have the opportunity to speak out in truth in a massive and effective way that will change the course of history in this country ! ”

          Many millions of us are with you and support you ! Please follow through and do what is right. Respectfully, my regards for your court. “

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        • coltlending says:

          I don’t think a corrupt DOJ & FBI are going to be very useful in investigating the people at the DOJ & FBI who deliberately committed many crimes in all of this.

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      • Republicanvet91 says:

        There has got to be a reason why Pientka’s name was redacted from previous reports, and why he is being kept away from Congress.

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    • the thought offender says:

      Yes, 302s prepared, submitted and reviewed prior to 10 JAN 17, plus the “Time Line” confirming this.
      I would be unsurprised if Flynn walks. They, apparently broke him of everything but his pension. Are these jackals capable of shame?
      I hope the judge is as pissed as I am.

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  5. Monticello says:

    The sentencing delays seem self explanatory at this point. We may now assume the original 302 documents no “gotcha” lie on LtG Flynn’s part because he was forewarned. The original 302 most likely was destroyed.

    If it can be proven that Mueller cooked evidence then he’s done.

    I have hope that someone out there has sufficient evidence to prove Team Mueller dirty in the Flynn case. Someone found the emails that were missing from the FBI lovers that weren’t recoverable from wiped I phones. Second time now that supposedly lost emails were recovered.

    If I were Comey or Mueller I’d be very nervous !

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    • Monticello says:

      I should add that I believe the Mueller issued I phone was indeed wiped by an FBI agent. The texts and emails were recovered by other means is my assumption.

      Will we get to see these new texts anytime soon?

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      • frances says:

        My question is why are any texts, emails, “missing”?? The NSA would have all of them, just have someone swing by and pick them up. This oh, they are missing and gosh we will never know, is garbage. The same with Clinton’s server. Unless these clowns have their own telecom network, which they don’t, all of their correspondence is with the NSA.

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    • Chieftain says:

      “If I were Comey or Mueller I’d be very nervous !”
      Recent (last 50 years) history does not suggest any reason for them to be afraid of Republicans or the American citizenry. Their impudence and hubris is boundless.

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      • Dutchman says:

        The one constant in the Universe, other than GOD,….is CHANGE.

        Science tells us this, at every turn. And yet, as ‘thinking, intelligent creatures’, we are faced with a dillema;

        HOW can we function, plan or organise, in a world constantly changing?

        Easy: we IGNORE this fundamental reality, using DENIAL,

        Ayoung man, due to poor decision including his choice of association, enters into a life of crime.

        He ‘scopes out’a jewelry store with a large display window, noting the alarm tape on the perimeter of the window, (meaning there IS an alarm, but also that the glass is breakable).

        He comes by after closing, insuring the display window isn’t emptied every nite.
        He aquires a hammer, gloves , ski mask and a bag with a shoulder strap.

        At around 2:00-3:00 a.m., he pulls the ski mask down, runs to the window, smashing it with a hammer. As the alarm wakes the neighborhood, put the hammer in the bag, scoops up as much jewelry as he can, while counting to 60, and runs away several minutes before the police arrive.

        It works, so he exchanges the jewelry for $ or drugs. Several weeks later, he hits another jewelry store.

        Over the coarse of the next 2 years, he hits 15, and then, something changes.

        On his 16th, JUST as he’s smashing the window, a police cruisers headlights shine on him, and after a short chase he is captured.

        The detectives show him pictures of all his burglaries, and tell him they have DNA, fiber and other evidence to tie him to ALL the burglaries, and can send him up for 25-life.

        But, if he will confess to ALL the burglaries, plus the attempt, they will charge him with the one attempt, 2years outvin 14 months with good behavior. He takes it.

        Point? Things work, until they don’t.

        From my experience in this young mans shoes, Criminal Justice is like a Casino. You walk in, sit a blackjack table, place 5$ bet, and are dealt a blackjack: you WIN.

        You think “Wow, before morning I’m gonna OWN this place!”, and proceed to get an education.

        But, at the casino, you only lose the $ you wager. In crime, when the odds catch up with you, and the ‘house’ wins, they not only take your $, they take your freedom.

        Any criminal truly contemplating the stakes and the odds wouldn’t take the bet, but criminals don’t think that way.

        My point is: even a cursory review of Mueller and company reveals they have been engaged in ongrowing criminal behavior, their whole career.

        Ditto for the Clintons. And its easy for us, in observing this to think “they have ALWAYS “got away with it, therefore they always WILL”.

        It is BECAUSE of my experience in a life of crime, that I actually have a high degree of ‘faith’ in the Criminal Justice system. It is “the House”, and the odds will catch up with you, EVENTUALLY.

        Beyond that, and a post script to my life lessons learned, from being, for a time, a ‘career’ criminal.

        I eventually saw the error of my ways, went straight, got job, wife and kids, having payed my debt to ‘society’.

        And promptly lost ALL that, in a most painful way. It took 15 years to pay off the ‘bad karma’ I had earned, as a result of my criminality. It is said that “whatever you do, cimes back to you in 3’s, but from my experience, its more like X10. And ‘karma’ is simply Gods justice, here on earth.

        In short, I do not tow the straight and narrow, out of fear of LE, or the courts.

        It NEVER gets to that point. I stay straight out of a fear of God, cause the Justice system may not get you, but GOD will, in THIS life or the next, and His punishments are much harder to endure, than anything man can devise.

        So, things change. I am confident these career criminals mueller, clintons, etc. will face Justice, both in THIS world, and beyond.
        Sure glad I ain’t in their shoes!

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        • Phil aka Felipe says:

          “In short, I do not tow the straight and narrow, out of fear of LE, or the courts.

          It NEVER gets to that point. I stay straight out of a fear of God, cause the Justice system may not get you, but GOD will, in THIS life or the next, and His punishments are much harder to endure, than anything man can devise.”

          Well stated, Dutchman. Those of us that have experienced similar things can attest to the veracity of what you say!

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          Amen.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Now I understand your “do 2 on your head” reply to me the other day.

          May God bless you.

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        • intercesser says:

          Only because you were poor and powerless . Pres. Trump is an existential threat to trillions of dollars of trans-national corporate profits and globalist control . The criminals using lawfare to persecute Pres. Trump and his partners are backed by great wealth , the media , and a major political party . They rob the bank from the inside , using bailouts and political porkulus . Your salvation was that you had no-one to turn to except Jesus . The usual corruptocrats are pursuing other options besides repentance .

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    • Amy2 says:

      It’s sad that Flynn spent so much money on such a poor defense!

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      • Truthfilter says:

        I’m hoping he will eventually sue them and be awarded punitive damages on top of every dime he has spent. And I’m hoping they seize Mueller & Company’s assets to pay this debt. Yeah—I know—hope…….

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        • Orville R. Bacher says:

          Change the law so Government Employees CAN BE SUED. Right now, they could kill an American on live TV and claim the Clinton/Comey “no intention” defense.

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          • mimbler says:

            They can be sued now if they were not working within the scope of their office. So if DOJ would do its job and prosecute some of their criminals like Comey, Strozk, McCabe, etc. , they could all be sued after being found guilty of acts outside the scope of their office.

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      • stablesort says:

        The Flynn case demonstrates the need for the government to pay the legal fees of all defendants to the same extent that that they pay the prosecutor. “Innocent until proven guilty or running out of money” is not a comforting motto.

        In addition to paying all legal fees, removing the plea deal would make many, if not most of these cases impossible to pursue. It is better that ten criminals go free than one innocent is wrongfully convicted.

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    • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

      Ltg. Flynn’s 302s destroyed and rewritten.
      sOS Clinton s 302s written months in advance.
      Let that sink in..
      We are not in the club!
      Peons have no standing,neither do Conservatives.

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  6. Richard Hines says:

    This whole thing is sickening. Let’s hope (soon to be) AG Barr comes in with intent to clean this miscarriage of justice up. We need a special prosecutor with powers to convene a grand jury and convict/punish these criminals. As Sundance has so carefully shed sunlight on all of the wrongdoing, the DOJ/FBI/NSA/CIA etc, etc, etc needs to be held accountable and cleansed or this will continue to decay our country’s system of justice further.

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  7. GweninKC says:

    Devin Nunes’s suggestion for (basically) an Office of Transparency sounds like a role for Judicial Watch.

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  8. peterpan says:

    the question I don’t know why cant Trump call for a second special council? (or instruct DOJ)

    why not fire mueller for cause – DESTROYED text messages
    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE!!!

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    • joebkonobi says:

      Seeing as Strozk and Page were under investigation at the time the phones were wiped, it does seem like Herr Mueller & his band of bandits should be on the hook for destruction of evidence and/or obstruction of justice. It was Mueller’s responsibility to protect that evidence. Whitaker should shut Mueller down.

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  9. Bullseye says:

    AG Barr needs to bring Sundance in on his team and give him the road map so none of these thieving criminals gets away

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  10. tdwesselman says:

    Sunlight is the best disinfectant, seems Nunes is reading CTH.

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  11. CNN_sucks says:

    Flynn was made aware and cooperated with SC but still could not connected the dot for collusion? Maybe because there was none. SD was correct the SC was used to bury the malfeasance and use as a political tool for vindictive demoncrap party.

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  12. SalixVeridi says:

    Sorry this confusion on my part, but why hasn’t PDJT released the goods on these creeps? I remember back in the fall when they said it would happen after the election. Now it’s post-election and the Dems are rolling up their sleeves getting ready for political holocaust against the President and everyone associated with him.

    Yes, I know he wants to wait or is advised to wait until Mueller finishes up. But what if he doesn’t? What if Mueller continues to drag this ‘investigation’ on and on. They are already talking about digging into financial records, ad nauseum…!

    These creeps must be nailed down, and the time is now. The longer that sits and stews, the enormity of the problem gets shoved down deeper in the morass, never to be seen by the light of day.

    Remember, the vast majority of Americans haven’t a clue of the grievous crimes these people committed, and the compliance of Obama, Hillary, FBI and CIA, etc… The word must get out and they MUST pay a price. Not a slap on the wrist, or removed without benefits, but jail time!

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    • Doppler says:

      “What if Mueller continues to drag this ‘investigation’ on and on. They are already talking about digging into financial records, ad nauseum…!”
      One thought that occurred to me about the secret appeal Friday in the DC Circuit concerning a Grand Jury Subpoena that had an entire floor and stairwells cleared, as to what it might entail: suppose Mueller decided to subpoena Trump’s tax returns as part of his Russia investigation?? PDJT would certainly have his lawyers move to quash, and their public appearance in the courthouse would have allowed reporters to put 2 and 2 together. Just speculating. Could be that or anything else.

      I agree with you SalixVeridi, it is a miserable state of affairs for us citizens not to know whether there actually are any white hats reexamining Uranium One, building cases against the Crossfire Hurricane political weaponizers of intelligence resources, bringing to light the destruction of evidence by HRC and her “friends” at DOJ and FBI, etc., etc., or whether DOJ is still being run by corrupt angry Democrats and Never – Trump Deep Staters. For one thing, it becomes an obsession for many of us to find clues as to the true nature of our current government (a giant time suck for those of us wishing to be productive with the time we have left). For another, Mueller retains the initiative, while Trump says he’s a counterpuncher. That is a formula for perpetual stalemate. Finally, Trump appears ineffectual, doesn’t even have an Attorney General in charge over there, despite years of tweeting complaints about an office subject to his executive authority.

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    • echobravoleader says:

      “Sorry this confusion on my part, but why hasn’t PDJT released the goods on these creeps?”
      I suspect that per the Military Tribunal E.O. changes that start Jan 1, 2019, they can’t bring certain charges before Jan 1. They need to preserve the evidence until charges can be made in the military court instead of using the Federal court system. Filing charges before Jan 1 means that they can’t try the case in Military Court using the new rules.

      I suspect that Flynn’s charges will be thrown out on Tuesday and Mueller’s team will be chastised by Sullivan (hope so). That could force an official investigation into the Mueller team’s practices (and bias). The media will be forced to report Flynn’s freedom which would be a Red Pill for a portion of “on-the-fence” anti-Trumpsters.

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      • OldParatrooper says:

        The FBI and DOJ personnel that need to go on trial aren’t military, weren’t captured on any battlefield, and so long as the Article III courts are functioning, can’t be tried by military tribunal.

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        • mimbler says:

          Yes. I don’t know why this talk of military tribunals keeps coming up.

          It wouldn’t be lawful as you point out, and why would we be advocating for extralegal action that would be weaponized against us as soon as the dems get a turn in office?

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    • TPW says:

      The whole thing is absurd when there is so much evidence against them. PT is suffering the brunt but we are all being made to look like fools.

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  13. Blind no longer says:

    One still needs to answer the question why did Rod Rosenstein go in with Robert Mueller to interview for FBI director. My guess is that if he had been able to get the position, then no need for a Special Counsel…but since he didn’t Rosenstein appointed him 1 day after Sessions recused! The fix was in either way! Mueller is the cleaner and Rosenstein the blocker of sunlight! Both corrupt evil POS!!!

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  14. Today I had time to go back and read Sundance’s amazing article about the James Wolfe sentencing. Not only did Sundance not exaggerate anything in this matter, but it seems to me he almost understated the wrongdoing that scumbag Wolfe admitted to and what was proved by the FBI!

    I simply can’t believe that they would come after General Flynn the way they did, knowing the ACTUAL DOCUMENTED CRIMES of Wolfe was DEMONSTRABLY GUILTY of felony crimes throughout his tenure.

    Here are some items from the Government’s own response to Wolfe’s sentencing memo. These are accepted FACTS:

    1. Wolfe used his position to get sex from various female reporters including his paramour Ali Watkins.

    2. Wolfe’s conduct was not a one-off or “aberrant”. It was deliberate and pre-meditated.

    3. He repeatedly lied to the FBI even after he was busted in 12/17, including in his WRITTEN RESPONSES to questions from the FBI.

    4. He and Ali exchanged over 25,750 texts and 556 phone calls from 12/16 thru 10/17, an average of 83 contacts a day.

    5. The Government standard for leniency is whether the behavior is “spontaneous” and/or “thoughtless” or limited in scope. Wolfe’s behavior was at all times deliberate and pre-meditated. He knew that he was impacting “national security” by his behavior, significantly disrupted an ongoing investigation and national security.

    How is it that this felonious, treasonous SOB was treated with kid gloves, while Flynn the Patriot was treated like a common criminal?

    May all who are responsible rot in Hell

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      May they all be tossed in the lake of fire!

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    • woohoowee says:

      How is it that this felonious, treasonous SOB was treated with kid gloves, while Flynn the Patriot was treated like a common criminal?

      IKR? I don’t really want to let all the bad guys out of federal prisons, but damn! By what legitimate God-given right do you try, convict and incarcerate one man but let another walk away who has done even worse?!

      Weird Hand Nan & The Democrats: We are a nation of Clumps of Cells and Bumps In The Road, not laws.

      Amiright?

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    • Justin Green says:

      Clinton was paid $145,000,000 and change and Obama got a $65,000,000 “book deal” for their dirty work. Their cronies will absolutely keep committing crimes to keep the gravy flowing.

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  15. IPack says:

    He was not accused of any crime at that point, why did LTG Flynn talk to FBI agents who appeared unannounced at the White House?

    The first thing he should have done was calling the White House counsel. You would think the attacks on Trump and all attempts to sabotage or prevent then President-elect Trump’s inauguration should have been a clue…

    I’m sorry but as much as I sympathize with Flynn, for a guy who served as 18th Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and a National Security Advisor to POTUS, he demonstrated a staggering amount of incompetence (that’s me being polite!).

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    • The Boss says:

      Your facts are wrong.

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    • Amy2 says:

      I think his train of thought was transition and the incoming administration; he thought those guys were on the same page.

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      • GB Bari says:

        I think what IPac is saying is that it is not unreasonable to expect that a person of Flynn’s DIA Director background should know to not assume anything but always verify everyone and anything they say.

        But he’s only human and was most likely lied to about the purpose of the agents’ visit that day. As Comey revealed, he knew that Flynn would be focused on the newness of being in the White House as the Presidents National Security Director, so slipping in the fraudulent visit and disguised interrogation would probably not trigger his internal alarm.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      he demonstrated a staggering amount of incompetence (that’s me being polite!).

      You need to read McCabe’s notes…Attachment A
      https://www.scribd.com/document/395717844/Mueller-Reply-to-Judge-Sullivan-Request-for-FBI-302-Notes

      Flynn asks why they need to meet as the FBI would have monitored the phone call.
      Flynn AND MCCABE speak of concerns of ‘significant’ leaks

      THEN THERE IS A LARGE REDACTION

      My hunch is that McCabe LIED to Flynn and told him the agents were doing a
      LEAK INVESTIGATION and NOT the TARGET.

      This would explain why they did not give 18 USC 1001 advisement and why they are making the other agent Pientka “unavailable”

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  16. CopperTop says:

    ALWAYS worthy to RECALL after such interviews the Rosetta Stone of the Corrupt Purposes Prosecutions of 2016. It’s titled:
    “Coalition of DEMOCRATIC forces: What if Trump wins.” October 24, 2016″- Ben Wittes LAWFARE BLOG. (I won’t link the bastards…one can google to review if new here.)

    Cuz : No one can possibly be smart enough to put America first or have a plan that doesn’t include the magical elves and friends of Ben Wittes. s/c

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  17. sta11ings says:

    My question isn’t exactly related to this post, but this seems as good a place as any to ask? Has it ever been asked/answered whether any of the other GOP candidates were similarly surveilled via FISA the way that Flynn/Page/Papa/Manafort were? If so, that would go A LONG WAY to proving the weaponizing of the IC against DEM opponents.

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    • CopperTop says:

      Only a leak or a public trial will reveal an approved application’s targeted person. A target can request to have a approved surveillance revealed to the public in a private hearing. The target would have to know they have been subjected to a FISA surveillance and they would only hear about it because a FISC judge found the DOJ did not produce a single return that justified the surveillance and decides the target should be informed.

      There have not been additional leaks.
      There is no one currently claiming they have been the subject of a wire tap besides DJT and most do not think he is referring to one on him directly

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    • DeWalt says:

      Brennen was handling that.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      The timing of the efforts to get Trump, compared to Rogers stopping the systemized abuse of the fisas and Trump’s ascendancy in the primaries implies that the answer is YES!

      Especially when you consider the frequency of the known spying abuses directed by Obama. Reporters and even Democrats in Congress were spied on by Obama. At least spying on our friends like Merkle wasn’t a crime. And look how he abused the government against the Tea Party which arose against him politically.

      There is no way that man was not spying on his opponents throughout all 8 years of his presidency.

      So they needed to ramp up their efforts against Trump, just as Trump voided the current usefulness of their spying on the other candidates, and Rogers stopped their main spying tool.

      Were Roberts’ contortions to keep Obamacare alive and Romney’s sudden meekness in the second and third debates due to blackmail from Obama’s spying? I can’t be sure, but the odds are Obama spied on both.

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      • Piggy says:

        No doubt 0 had everyone spied on including Dimms. It’s how they keep people in line. Blackmail. Leverage.

        0 spied on Dennis Kucinich a Dimm, Sharyl Attkisson a reporter, and a incoming legitimately elected POTUS. That’s the quick list of Americans those people bugged and tapped.

        The list on who 0 didn’t spy on is probably shorter…

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      • intercesser says:

        This is most likely true . Please do not diminish the corrupting influence to vindictiveness in the human heart . Obama knew of Hoover’s spying and he wanted some payback of his own .

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    • TPW says:

      I thought something was said about surveillance of R. Paul…..don’t remember the details sorry…..

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    • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

      Brings to mind the talking point often brought up by Enemedia, dem operatives ‘ Fusion GPSS was first hired by Repubs for opo research on other primary candidates ‘.

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    • Dutchman says:

      My thought is NO, I doubt any of the other 16 dwarves were targeted with this level of survellence.

      Truth is, IF any of them had won, Hillary would have been upset, but the Unipart would have taken it in stride, and the cashflow,would have continued flowing.
      Any of the 16 would NOT have done the Trade reset, wouldn’t have done the strategic reset, and would have signed off on a “Comprehensive Immigration Reform”.

      Hence, the Globalist agenda would have continued apace; it would have made little substantive difference, whether we got Jeb or Hillary.

      DJT, on the other hand made it clear he would upset the applecart, and majorly disrupt the Globalist Uniparty plans, by MAGA.
      And THAT, not his being an ‘outsider’ or ANY of the other bogus reasons, is the reason for the resistance.
      IMHO

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    • spoogels says:

      Send Ted Cruz a tweet and ask if he checked his office for bugs

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  18. madeline says:

    I like Nunes very much but we DO NOT NEED ANOTHER AGENCY. Time for the president to fish or cut bait.

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  19. truthbomb says:

    Yates was the first cabal member to politically martyr herself as a future legal defense. Might as well write “under investigation” under her photo too.

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  20. Jim in TN says:

    I am curious about Weissman. He was not part of the scheme team that covered up for Hillary. But he was doing his own scheming and he got transferred over like Strzok and Page were transferred from the scheme team.

    Controlling interest, or two bit player?

    Also, who is there in Mueller’s team to protect the other agencies? Or is the protection part all up to the DOJ, while the Mueller team uses these crimes to frame the innocent?

    Kind of like a hand off in two parts. First handoff was from the other IC groups to Yates, Comey and a biased crooked Congress. Second handoff was internal to Rosenstein and Mueller.

    Congress decapitated Sessions and stamped their approval on Rosenstein. Later, when some awoke to the lawbreaking and fraud, Rosenstein fought them tooth and nail.

    And while the villains in the DOJ and Congress protect Mueller and cover up their own crimes, Mueller is pretending those crimes never existed while using the crimes to persecute the victims of those crimes.

    These criminals deserve a worse fate than Mussolini earned for himself.

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    • Vor Daj says:

      Storming Imperial City DC with molten fire in hand
      Claiming back our cherished land
      To see the rebirth of America assured
      And all of these usurper’s damage cured
      So one day their will view the Mussolini Tree
      And all hang from it the same as he

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    • TPW says:

      I always go back to Hillary saying….something to the effect…if he wins will all end up hanging……so sad that there is no one with enough guts to carry that out…..

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      • Moultrie Flag says:

        She would’ve by now, for sure.

        The Republican Party is the biggest farce ever foisted on the American people. 92 Bush 1 onward.

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        • WVPatriot says:

          Moultrie Tree,
          You are correct; however, you do not go back quite far enough in time. Our two political parties have become one party with one ideological manual with the same agendum on their agenda.

          How else can you explain ONE ADDENDUM toward socialism/communism marching on year after year — Republican or Democrat in the White House?

          UNTIL — President Donald John Trump!!!

          MAGA

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  21. Nessie509 says:

    General Flynn apparently did lie. I’m not certain how the author of this article knows this? He explains that the impression the FBI had from the interview of General Flynn was that he did not lie.
    https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/12/michael-flynn-investigation/

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    • Vor Daj says:

      National Review? A bunch of NeverTrumpers.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      The author is an anti-Trump tool who wants Trump gone, but who is appalled at how his vaunted DOJ is abusing everyone to do so.

      McCarthy chimed in at all the appropriate times to tell us how upright and honorable all the usual miscreants are when each got appointed. Mueller, Comey, and Rosenstein to name a few of his so called righteous esteemed colleagues. Bah humbug. By telling us these crooks were angels, and by being a never Trumper, he has lost credibility.

      If the original f302 notes showed him to be lying, they would have used that against Flynn. By policy, said notes must be recorded within 5 days to assure accuracy. Instead we have something written 7 months later, signed by only one of the two interviewers. That one has demonstrated massive prejudice against Trump. And is a witting participant in absolving Hillary of her crimes as well as framing Trump with the Steele Dossier. And he was kicked out of Mueller’s team, and eventually fired, because of all his past leaking to media.

      There must be something in the original f302 that they are hiding. Maybe exculpatory. Maybe proof of them setting up Flynn. Maybe proof of other crimes that they committed.

      We do after all set criminals free when their rights are denied them. Largely because denying people their rights is one sure way to convict the innocent.

      But the demonic, criminal and extremely biased Strzok should never be allowed to be give testimony in court. Especially testimony that has demonstrably replaced his original testimony. And, one could use his concurrent texts to question his original testimony.

      They need the original f302 and the other agent’s testimony. Why aren’t they doing that?

      And the arguments about his pleading guilty are garbage. They seriously threatened him with prosecution similar to what they did against Manafort. They were willing to throw Flynn and his son in Jail. And they had already bankrupted Flynn in legal fees defending himself.

      We might as well be putting people on the rack to elicit confessions. And making them watch their family be tortured if torturing them doesn’t work. McCarthy seems to be just fine with all that legal abuse, as long as the victim writes a confession.

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      • Vor Daj says:

        Absolutely. If Flynn had been water boarded to get a confession out of him, I think even McCarthy would have to say it was an invalid confession. And to Flynn, having his offspring threatened and his savings lost were a whole lot worse than if they water boarded him.

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    • TPW says:

      There is a difference in how they interpret what a lie is…..did he forget a part of the conversation or did he deny he had that part of a conversation….seems like the first was true, Otherwise they wouldn’t have said he didn’t appear to be lying……

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      • Beau Geste says:

        They schemed to not ask him about any inconsistency, so he could correct or reconsider his recollection. Their evil intent was not to learn anything, or gain insight into the russian ambassador, but simply to get a misrecollection to use as a false charge, after entrwapping him into thinking he was helping “the Team” of allies.

        Truly evil people.

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    • fractionalexponent says:

      A search of “national review neocons” reveals who they are.

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  22. Lactantius says:

    Once partisan and/or ideological corruption sets in, it metastases. Power abhors a vacuum and as good people are marginalized and leave, a power vacuum occurs and those who are corrupt are on the move to fill the void.

    I am interested in Nunes’ concept of some sort of neutral oversight body. It is not an impossible idea, nor is it a pie-in-the-sky concept. On Friday, Sundance posted: What a Mess – The Congressional Hearing With Clinton Foundation Investigators… He wrote about Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan.

    I posted a comment which included: Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan are straight out of the world of Charles Dickens. They are dedicated accountants, driven by a strong sense of religious rectitude who are making a living getting pay-offs for turning in tax cheats. Bounty hunters, if you will. But, Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan are forensic accountants who dig deep into the arcane and understand the machinations of crooked accounting and cooked books. They discover what is false and then heavily establish what is most likely true in regard to existing law. They do all of the legwork and depend on the official auditors to agree with their findings.

    Since we no longer have a vigilant press, we need a method by which independent investigators, such as Sundance, can arouse the interest of the “internal affairs” folks to look into possible and probable malfeasance and/or misfeasance.

    Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan appeared before a complacent Mark Meadows and his lash hurrah committee before the DemonizingRats take control in January. Mr. Doyle and Mr. Moynihan were caught up in the process of a jaded Mark Meadows slapping them down, when Mark Meadows suddenly began to understand what he was being served on a silver platter. In my view, shaking people awake is often a large part of how progress is made in stamping out corruption.

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    • Rock Knutne says:

      If I were Doyle and Moynihan I’d be investing heavily in personal security.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Excellent analysis and perspective and well-articlated. I had thought the same of Doyle & Moynihan (could be useful since no one in goernment is sufficiently UNbiased to perform a trustedworthy accounting investigation) but did not take that thought any further at the time. And your description of Meadows’ visible dawning realization during his particular line of Q&A with the fiscal bounty hunters is spot on.

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    • Crabby says:

      Monetize it and people will look. There is no way anyone could spend the time necessary unless there was a serious financial payoff. People gotta eat.

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  23. Vor Daj says:

    When is Secretary of Defense Mattis going to order the DIA to cough up what John Solomn says they have been covering up that would exonerate Flynn?

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  24. Truthfilter says:

    So the constant delays in sentencing was an effort by Mueller to buy time.

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  25. AccountabilityPlease says:

    There was ABSOLUTELY NO REASON to interrogate General Flynn when the FBI already had the complete transcript of the conversation and no probable cause of a crime or national security concerns existed. We all know it was a perjury trap and Comey ordered it because he thought he “could get away with it.”

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  26. SmilinJackAbbott says:

    Comey bragged he got away with sicking Strzok onto Comey without counsel because unlike with Bush & Obama ‘in both of those administrations there was a process’

    It turns out the onus in that process was on Comey.

    Remember how it was against the rules for the FBI to try and talk directly to whistle blower Nathan Cain after being told he had legal representation? It turns out someone in Flynn’s position has implicit legal representation from WH counsel as far as the FBI is concerned, there are documented, established rules on getting an interview with them and Comey broke them.

    Someone should tell Judge Sullivan.

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    • TPW says:

      Judge Sullivan? Is that the only hope that we have. Tell me there aren’t numerous representatives, white hat FBI DOJ that don’t know as much or more than we do…..what is wrong with these people? what is wrong with us not demanding accountability from them and the President. Enough……Yes this stuff is driving me nuts.

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      • SmilinJackAbbott says:

        These rules were specifically designed to ensure the involvement of WH counsel & Comey broke them and told Flynn the exact opposite, he didn’t need counsel.

        If Sullivan throws this case out on Tuesday due to prosecutorial & FBI misconduct Trump has a righteous opportunity to fire Mueller for ruining Gen Flynn. He can say he can’t allow this kind of misconduct in his DOJ and fire the scum on the spot.

        I personally think Mueller & his team are such creeps that if the Flynn lying plea is tossed they’ll start hounding him for FARA violations instead.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Sundance has previously posted, several times, about what I call “a trail of breadcrumbs”;
        Material that is in the public domain, and yet with all his considerable investagative skills, Sundance is unable to say WHO is the source for these,..tidbits.

        Recognising and following this trail of breadcrumbs is largely whats enabled Sundance to connect the dots

        Sure, FOIA requests from Judicial watch, tidbits uncovered and discussed by Nunes and others have certainly played a major role,…but its these key, unsourced tidbits that have filled in the blanks.
        WHO, exactly authorised the release of the Page/stroxz texts? IIRC, this was one example Sundance listed.

        A recent example was the ‘inadvertant’
        (?!!) leaving in of one short paragraph, in a filing in the Wolf case.

        In the interest of covering all posibilities, Sundance wrote a post acknowledging the POSSIBILITY that these breadcrumbs weren’t releaded by ‘whitehats’, but by ‘blackhats’, perhaps to ‘warn’ their fellow conspirators.

        Personally, I reject this notion, while appreciating the need to examine all possibilities.

        It has also been suggested there is a crack, military intelligence unit recording the black hats every move, preparung for military tribunals.

        I also reject this notion, as MY OPINION.

        However, I think another explanation IS possible. That is, that there are low level functionaries in these government departments; career people who have worked in the buerocracy for many years, understand HOW it works, have watched the politicisation of their dept’s, and have kept their head down, and their mouths shut.

        They are the ‘grunts’; they do most of the actual work. For instance, they actually prepare a filing, in thecWolf case. A higher up, deletes a paragraph, signs off approving it, and then one of these grunts ‘accidentally’ reinserts the paragraph, prints the filing and messages it over to the court.

        What I’m suggesting is its POSSIBLE there are TWO “resistances”; one working to thwart DJT, and another working counter to the first. Its possible that this second are not even
        “Trump supporters”; they simply SEE what is and has gone on, and don’t approve. All their superiors, and many of their coworkers are infused with TDS. So, they keep their head down, and use their knowledge of the buerocracy, to do what they can.

        Lord knows, being a “whistleblower” is NOT an option!

        Its a possibility,…s’all I’m saying

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    • Yea Stephen, and additionally, both Comey and McCabe are lawyers and know the analagous bar rule.

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  27. MAGAbear says:

    PDJT should find a spot in his administration for Robyn Gritz………just to pee off the deep state cretins.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/12/former-fbi-supervisory-special-agent-mueller-and-mccabe-use-unethical-and-coercive-tactics-destroy-lives-for-their-own-agenda-video/

    Flynn’s support of Gritz during her fight with the deep state is no doubt why they went after Flynn the way they did.

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  28. I wonder if Pienka is under subpoena.
    I wish Sullivan would issue an Order to Show Cause tomorrow why SC shouldn’t be held in contempt.
    Flynn isn’t asking that plea be thrown out or that case be dismissed. Is Flynn going to “help” the judge?
    Too much going on Tuesday, I’m afraid the 302 point may get lost. Looks like a real cluster.

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  29. Nathan Hale says:

    AAG Whitaker, the clock is ticking down……

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  30. Rose says:

    Make snivel servants at the FBI and DOJ sign a code of conduct agreement, if they violate it they can be fired ASAP. Make it retroactive so they can fire the corrupt agents being protected by Meuller.

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  31. Mike says:

    Sydney Powell has an excellent piece in Daily Caller. I sure hope Judge Sullivan sees it. You can tell Sydney reads CTH.

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  32. Old School says:

    This all would have been so much easier for them if Hillary had been elected, and we may have been none the wiser..

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  33. litlbit2 says:

    “Mueller has thumbed his nose at Judge Sullivan’s order. ”

    I do not understand how reputable judges and prosecutors allow themselves to be made door mates or let corrupt people wipe their dirty shoes on their name plate. So blessed my dad was a simple man but that cra…p would never happen. If you will what I call the covered wagon folks. Not on my watch!

    https://dailycaller.com/2018/12/16/mueller-destroyed-evidence/

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  34. franuche says:

    It’s pretty obvious that the swamp is untouchable. They make the rules, and they decide who has to adhere to the rules and who doesn’t.

    This is why you come in on day 1 as President and swing your axe wide, and take out as many upper, mud, and lower level bureaucrats and department heads as possible. You do it because you can, and you do it before they paint you into a corner.

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  35. Zorro says:

    Think about the different place we would be in if the current MSM was 50% fake news but also 50% the quality of CTH articles.

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  36. montanamel says:

    This is all coming together like a dog in a bun with mustard and relish!
    Don’t forget, we have a “Congress cesspool” vs Border Wall event on Friday…

    Someone needs to substitute a nice, fresh, 16 oz claw hammer for the Judge’s gavel…
    Hammer ’em Judge! Check-6

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  37. jerseyjoe says:

    The frightening part of the effort to destroy Trump is the brazen lies and disregard of the law mean nothing. What happened to Miranda rights if you are suspected of aa crime? We are in deep trouble.

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