Confirmed – Michael Cohen Will Deliver Public Testimony on Thursday February 7th….

In December CTH outlined the likely sequence of events that professional democrats will follow.  Michael Cohen and Robert Mueller provide the first parts of the foundation.  A week ago House Speaker Nancy Pelosi published rules confirming the general outline and sequencing.  Yesterday the DOJ confirmed the timing for Robert Mueller.

Today House Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings confirms the timing of Michael Cohen.  Public testimony for Michael Cohen is scheduled for February 7th:

Washington, D.C. (Jan. 10, 2019)—Today, Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, the Chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, announced the schedule for Committee hearings in January and February and issued the following statement:

“I thank Michael Cohen for agreeing to testify before the Oversight Committee voluntarily.  I want to make clear that we have no interest in inappropriately interfering with any ongoing criminal investigations, and to that end, we are in the process of consulting with Special Counsel Mueller’s office.  The Committee will announce additional information in the coming weeks.”  (link)

Again, there is very little doubt the approach has already been mapped out in post-election meetings between: Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, the Democrat committee heads, allies in the lawfare community, political allies inside the executive branch (IC, DOJ, FBI etc.), along with feedback from political networks, DNC (Perez) and major resistance donors.  All the evidence to support this strategy was outlined in Speaker Pelosi’s Rules.

This was worked out months ago.  Michael Cohen’s deferred prison sentence is part of this planning and coordination.  Yes, the current DOJ helped coordinate and plan. It is virtually guaranteed the DOJ (SDNY) and Robert Mueller team members met with select emissaries of congressional democrats, Lawfare and media.  Together they had this outline drawn up immediately following the mid-term election.

So far things are proceeding exactly as CTH would expect.  The scheduled testimony for Cohen is the Thursday after the Superbowl (exactly as predicted).

[…]  House Oversight Committee (Cummings) and House Judiciary Committee (Nadler) will likely kick the resistance operation into action (after Superbowl) with Michael Cohen’s scheduled appearances broadcast on television for the better part of two weeks use. [*note, now confirmed]

That first phase event will likely be followed by a late Feb/early March dropping of the Mueller report. [*note, now confirmed] There will be a grand lead-in, roll-out and press spectacle designed for maximum exposure.  The tail end of that phase will lead to more hearings throughout March perhaps into early April with subpoenas based on the report framework.

Again, remember these are Democrats.  This stuff is already planned out in the broad strokes.  The upcoming congressional calendar has all of these events considered. Pelosi and Schumer have told their key underlings of preliminary vacation blackout dates etc.  Nothing professional democrats do is without specific intent, purposeful design and well communicated organization.  This is what they do. This is all they do.

While these events are happening the HPSCI will be demanding discovery from the White House and intelligence apparatus that will be spurred by Cohen and Mueller.  The DOJ and FBI will find a new interest in congressional compliance especially given the House General Counsel, Douglas Letter, is one of their allied Resistance members.

It’s important to note when we use the term “Mueller” in these contexts, CTH is discussing the special counsel team and not the individual.   Also when we approach the term “impeachment” we are not discussing it as the technical and legal approach for removal of a President; but rather the political use of the process to damage President Donald Trump.

Professional political Democrats would not be using “impeachment” in the constitutional sense of the process; but rather weaponizing the process -as a tool itself- to target the executive office.

From Pelosi’s rules, we now know Elijah Cummings will deliver the schedule for impeachment hearings before his deadline on April 15th.  The next likely witness to be subpoenaed, and to grab the media headlines will be Donald Trump Jr.

Unfortunately, too many people, on all sides, still refuse to believe the institutions of the DOJ and FBI are comprehensively corrupted.  Too many people cling to a belief that Rosenstein and Mueller are working honorably toward the cause of justice.

Until people awaken to the reality that all elements within both institutions, past and current, are infected with the metastasized cancer of politics little will change.

You’ll note that while all of this new public testimony is happening…. authorized and approved by Team Mueller…. simultaneously the DOJ is refusing to release transcripts from prior witness testimony to the House and Senate citing Mueller’s ongoing investigation.   This transparently obvious double-standard is NOT coincidental.

Rather than becoming frustrated, CTH will take the same approach we followed in 2015/2016 (the GOPe election road-map tripwires) and simply outline what to expect.  This should help interested readers make sense of what is happening.

Reference Information:

*NOTE* Each of these prediction outlines can also be located in the “Tripwire” category drop-down box (right margin of page) for later reference.


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208 Responses to Confirmed – Michael Cohen Will Deliver Public Testimony on Thursday February 7th….

  1. the Question is why didn’t Trump fire sessions “a year ago”
    have interim director, and take away the probe from Rosenstein – No conflict – No Obstruction,

    leads me to believe that SD is right that PDT was in quicksand all along

    Liked by 1 person

    • fanbeav says:

      Do you really think there is any difference between Whitaker and Rosenrat?


      • G. Alistar says:

        I do…..while I am disgusted with this FISA scandal, spying and corruption in the Mueller investigation I don’t think it will cost POTUS the election. Neither will Michael Cohen. Neither will the border wall/fence. Nor the multitude of other important issues including DOJ acting AG Whitaker. “It’s the economy, stupid”….Bill Clinton had it right. Trumps approval with Republicans is off the chart. If the jobs, wages, unemployment, economy all keep humming, he will win a land slide in 2020. Perhaps from 2020-2024, he will have more opportunity to clean up the corruption. I’d the tariffs and stocks and jobs and economy tank…..he is done!


    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      the Question is why didn’t Trump fire sessions “a year ago”

      Senate Republicans told him he couldn’t…..IOW……Republicans said it would be “obstruction”

      Liked by 2 people

  2. JX says:

    The new AG could prosecute them for conspiracy. Oh wait, he’s Mueller’s buddy.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. fanbeav says:

    I don’t understand why our GOP allows this type of obvious harassment? Mueller is the special counsel and if anything was illegal, he would have kept in his “report”.

    This is obvious kabuki political theater, but there is no crime against President Trump! All politicians should be subject to such harassment!

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Dutchman says:

    I think maybe this is a major mistake in strategy, on the part of the Dems.

    Its basically using Cohen testimony, and Mueller report to review/reprise the same, tired accusations they have been making for the last 2+ years, that simply haven’t resonated.

    There is no reason to think that the accusations are going to resonate any more THIS time. Cohen is STILL a slimy liar, lawyer who taped his client without their consent.

    As for Mueller, his report will also not convince anyone not already convinced.

    And once Mueller issues his report, what excuse is there for blocking the I.G.Horowitz investigations, or the release of material requested by Congress?
    Since there would no longer be an ‘ongoing investigation’ and Rosie is leaving?

    Liked by 4 people

    • BobR says:

      So Mr. Cohen, who is more of a threat to you Donald Trump who calls you a liar and a coward or Bob Mueller who can bankrupt you and throw you in jail? Does this color your testimony at all? Were you lying when you said you would take a bullet for DJT or are you lying now?

      Liked by 3 people

    • El Torito says:

      Apparently, it’s all they have. Not worried.

      Liked by 3 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      The ongoing investigation is just that…………….ongoing.
      Mueller is the insurance policy, he’s not going anywhere until our president is out of office.
      I expect Mueller to be around for a few more years.


    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      The targets for this testimony are 20 Senate Republicans

      Oh wait… of those is Mitt Romney….

      So 19


  5. Justin Green says:

    My prediction. Cohen lies repeatedly, lol.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Blind no longer says:

    Sundance once again you are light years ahead of the bullshit media!! I went to a 2pm haircut appt today, and on the way home my sister called. She said you don’t know this yet but you’re gonna be pissed…Cohen is going to testify before Congress. I responded oh yes I do because I faithfully read the Conservative Treehouse, who reported this would happen weeks ago!
    Thanks Sundance for keeping us ahead of the curve balls!!! This propaganda idiots called MSM just wish they could dream of being as good you!!!!

    Liked by 5 people

  7. thetrain2016 says:

    Cohen will not say anything more than already known. His plea bargain is set in stone and he doesn’t want to complicate the deal. Any additional lie adds to his sentence.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Who do you believe is going to prosecute him for any lie about Trump he tells before this Democrat led House Committee?


      Read SD’s post again.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. montanamel says:

    Lying slime mouthpiece from the get go…
    Makes you wonder “how many other” lawyers out there in the USA have the morals of an ally cat without a companion!… AND, have no understand of their oath of office – in front of THE COURT.
    To express what I truly think of this skum bag…..I’d spend hours with the soap bar in my mouth!

    High time for the “WH news machine” to start slamming this dork daily, ie: liar, liar, pants on fire storyline. He has no credibility – so, doing this preemptory ground plowing….is only fair and equal treatment…look what he will be trying to do to Trump….trying to keep his skank butt out of a really long time in the slammer… I hope our leader sends words of instruction to the “family” in charge of his “Federal Country Club lock up”…. This slime ball deserves only the very best welcome committee when he finally gets there..

    This so cranks me … client privilege is just another sham in today’s world… Check-6

    Liked by 4 people

    • jebg46 says:

      Somehow the sacred client privilege violations needs to be front and center on all of this. Tables need to be turned so that all these conspirators are afraid their privileges will be threatened. Where is the outrage about this? Why is it OK against the President and not anyone else? More than seething cold anger. Instead they gave Hillary’s lawyers immunity and got nothing.

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  9. Bet SDNY and SC have already given a list of questions to Demos to ask Cohen. They have the tapes and know exactly how to frame it all look to make POTUS appear guilty of something. There will be ‘surprises’, traps, etc. Remember, they have everything and they have an allied MSM to whip all ‘revelations’ into a frenzy. Nothing positive to POTUS (or America) will come out of this.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. WSB says:

    I wonder if the usual FBI suspects are designing a mustache to apply to Christine Blasey Ford and finding e new year book to mark up?


  11. jackson says:

    Donald Trump Jr. should just refuse to testify. It’s a witch hunt. Lots of Dems avoided these committees when the GOP were running them last year.

    House subpenoas are unenforceable.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Donald Trump Jr. should just refuse to testify.

      Not a bad strategy…although…

      Maybe not refuse straight out but be “vocally resistant” to see any reaction from SENATE Republicans

      Find out which Senate Republicans support him in this….and more importantly…..which ones and how many find his lack of cooperation “unacceptable”

      Smoke out the bad guys and get a read on the number of them.

      Liked by 1 person

    • RedWave 2020 says:

      Best strategy is to just say “I don’t recall” like Hillary. Give em a taste of their own medicine. It’ll be entertaining to watch MSM and dim puppets going berserk. “This is now who we are as a country” repeats unstable man for day’s straight.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Iamcat says:

      Rosenstein would not even show up! I would tell the congress to stick it.


  12. WeThePeople2016 says:

    It will be interesting if POTUS drops a bomb on Feb. 6 or 7 which will suck up the news cycle. The Dems and the media will be perplexed because they wanted to push Cohen against POTUS and Trump has other plans. That will be fun to watch, IMHO.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Cal RIckey says:

      The Most important thing for Trump to drop is the unmasking. Because you can bet that many of the Reps who ran In th primary against Trump are on that list. it will show the Reps that Obama’s Deep state was after them too11


  13. Brant says:

    Will they ask him about hannity? I wonder if that’s also one of their prime angles.


  14. CNN_sucks says:

    New demoncraps whipping boy and show dog.


  15. PMadison says:

    Wait. Just so I understand. It’s okay to “testify while there’s an ongoing investigation” when they hope it looks bad for Trump. Just not when it looks bad for the corrupt DOJ.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Welcome to Disneyland.

      Enjoy your visit to the Magic Kingdom!


      • G. Combs says:

        “Welcome to Disneyland. Alice’s Bloody Wonderland…..”

        Remeber the ‘bar’ of Attorney/Client Privilage has just been completely SHREDDED.

        What does that do to PERKINS COIE???? 😲


        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          What does that do to PERKINS COIE????

          Doubtful there is a prosecutor that is willing to kick in their door, much less a judge that would let him/her get away with it.


  16. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Cohen WANTS to testify against Trump.
    (SD posted his statement above)


  17. Barnestormer says:

    I believe the Dems’ immediate, overriding concern is the precarious state of RBG’s SCOTUS tenure and how best to stifle a replacement nomination in the event of her death or retirement during the Trump presidency. I’ve argued that the so-called “Biden Rule” (reiterated as the McConnell Rule?) will be their argument should the opening occur in 2020, and that impeachment will be their 2019 bridge argument if she retires/expires before then. The slogan writes itself: “No president facing impeachment AND THE POTENTIAL REMOVAL FROM OFFICE should have the right to make a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court.”

    With Senate conviction and removal all but foreclosed (barring some new jarring evidence), time management will be crucial for the Dems–too early and Senate acquittal could occur in 2019; too late would be if the vacancy occurred and PDT hustled in a nomination before the impeachment process could be credibly said to have begun.

    The period that ran from the House vote to begin the impeachment investigation of Pres. Clinton to the beginning of his trial in the Senate was slightly more than two months long. Mueller’s grand jury has recently been extended for six months. Ideally, (meaning that RBG hangs in there), and beginning with the end in mind, the Dems would be expected to defer any serious impeachment activity until they could safely deliver a resolution of impeachment to the Senate as 2019 is winding down. Assuming RBG cooperates, the Clinton precedent and the apparent Mueller report track by no means prove the bridge hypothesis, but do suggest that it’s feasible. But because Ginsburg’s cooperation may not be assured, the impeachment trigger might have to be squeezed earlier than ideal (and before the Mueller report issues), so the Green/ Cohen resolution and other impeachment Mutterings are permitted.


    • RedWave 2020 says:

      Biden rule only applies if senate and president parties are different. We should be fine as long as rinos don’t cuck out. IMO Trump’ll definitely need to choose a woman for this seat or Dim’s will use rape allegations again which’ll be bad. I’m liking Neomi Rao who was chosen for Kavanuagh’s seat. Seem’s to be really good against regulations in particular.

      Muh racism and Muh abortion can’t really be media talking point like barrett either.
      They’ll probably say that it’s a “democrat seat” or something this time .

      Liked by 1 person

      • anniefannie says:

        We can make a good argument that a conservative sear was given to Roberts who the Obama team “converted” to liberal through the illegal use of the intel community. Thus Amy becomes a perfect nominee!


      • cattastrophe says:

        Show me a truly qualified woman and I’ll agree. So far there aren’t any. The youngster woman on the list last time has a record to short to make a judgement on. The last thing we need is any kind of compromise on SCOTUS nominees. We’ll be suffering under that mistake for decades. I’ll take an older white guy with an impeccable record over any woman I’ve seen put forward so far.


  18. Tina says:

    I feel like I’m missing something here about Cohen ? Didn’t Mueller pass him off to SDNY ? Cohen was low hanging fruit to Mueller ? Mueller got nothing from Cohen except for crimes involving taxi medallions etc…


  19. GSparrow says:

    Excellent prescient prediction of future events by SD that came true.

    It’s not encouraging that new A/G Barr would likely not agree about his close friend Mueller’s unethical and inappropriate political involvement with the Dems even though it appears glaringly obvious. He would have to approve this setup.


  20. dustycowpoke says:

    30 years is a long time to sit and watch and prepare for a mission. Thus, I trust President Donald John Trump to deliver.


    • Vicus says:

      Yeah lots of comments intending to demoralize have been popping up on a lot of pro-Trump. I can name several in this section alone, that only make demoralizing comments on this site.


  21. MrG says:

    “Until people awaken to the reality that all elements within both institutions, past and current, are infected with the metastasized cancer of politics little will change.” SD

    Even if every single American had an epiphany that this is true (not gonna happen) then what? IMO nothing happens. No one will be held accountable for FISA abuses or the cover-up of same..and I’m not sure Trump cares a great deal that they spied on him


  22. anniefannie says:

    Question is which friend wii PDJT going to give info so it can be leaked to the media? It was okay for Commie so precedent set, right?


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