Lou Dobbs, Joe diGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss Bruce Ohr Revelations…

Victoria Toensing and Joe diGenova discuss how Justice Department official Bruce Ohr shared information from the dossier author in 2016 with DOJ prosecutors now working for special counsel Robert Mueller.

Chris Steele – Bruce Ohr – Glenn Simpson

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203 Responses to Lou Dobbs, Joe diGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss Bruce Ohr Revelations…

  1. The Demon Slick says:

    They seem to hold Barr in high regard. I hope it’s warranted.

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    • Sunshine says:

      Ghost body language on Barr’s hearing. Clip is 17 minutes. Verdict is favorable.

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      • Clarence Smith says:

        I found myself to be aroused by her voice. And I find nothing wrong with that.

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      • Payday says:

        I found his wife’s body language more telling. She appeared in disbelief and filled with contemp for Feinstein and the comments she made.

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      • Kenji says:

        I found the body language expert (who I quite like) to be struggling in her analysis of Barr. Barr strikes me as a really good poker player. He is obviously well-practiced at concealing any agendas he may have, and simply/crisply answering those questions about obvious and non controversial subjects (such as the fact we can ALL agree that strozk & pages comments were out of bounds). He strikes me as a very circumspect conservative who has learned how to survive in the District of Columbia that voted, what? 93% for HER. He knows how to keep his job, do his job, without being drawn into the political bullshit … or becoming a political whore like Lindsay Graham who NEEDS to be “liked” by Dianne Rottenstein. He absolutely strikes me as someone who works for THE LAW, knowing that THE LAW is what separates our country from every other hellhole government around the planet. I am convinced that Barr is a man who is personally revulsed and disgusted by what he has witnessed in the FBI and DOJ. I have no doubt that he is the right man at the right time.

        And at the risk of sounding too optimistic and irrationally exuberant… I have a feeling that Barr was hand-picked by Trump and his team long ago. As far back as when MY President first started his public criticism of Sessions. And that the timing of everything has been very carefully gamed-out. I believe (reading between the lines with my gut instinct) that Barr may have actually approached the POTUS, volunteering his services to clean up this crap. I thought that the midterms were going to prove a watershed event for MY President acting against this attempted coup … but it now appears that the timing is calculated for his reelection. I’m going out on a limb here and saying that Barr is no Huber. Barr has come from outside the Deep State conspirators (remember, a sizable number of Republicans are part of that cabal) and I believe he may just be the beginning of the END for all the Deep State co-conspirators.

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    • chojun says:

      My neighbor knows Barr a little bit and says he’s a good guy.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        Same neighbor who knows someone who works for Huber?

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        • Clarence Smith says:

          A lot of neighbors prolly think Jim Comey is a good guy….

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          • ezpz2 says:

            Yup. Bill Barr, for one, heaped praise on Comey.
            It was ‘nauseating’ to hear that.

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            • More Covfefe Please says:

              And so did Trey Gowdy early on, but not so much later.

              What I don’t understand is I knew Comey was a snake very early, even before PT was elected, but people who should have known better seemed to have been ignorant of who he really was.

              Sessions lost me when he recused and couldn’t find anything wrong with anybody who has ever been at DOJ and FBI.

              Same for Wray (remember the bias training he recommended?).

              I knew Rosenstein was a snake the minute he appointed a special counsel.

              And so on…

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            • Ned Zeppelin II says:

              I am sure there is a Sun Tzu aphorism to the effect of “Praise and flatter the enemy while you sharpen your blade.”

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        • chojun says:

          My neighbor works for Huber.

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          • I won't back down says:

            love thy neighbor (where have i heard that before)

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            • Barr might be a good guy but my fear is that he is a swamp creature and will therefore, instead of cleaning out the DOJ of all the “bad actors”, be another Christopher Wray and go out of his way to cover up all the misdeeds in order to protect the Institution. I sincerely hope I’m wrong.

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          • notunderwhelmed says:

            Time to relocate to another neighborhood.

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          • More Covfefe Please says:

            “My neighbor works for Huber”

            And…

            I am sure Huber is a professional and you are not going to learn anything from observing him casually. I know nothing and will not criticize him.

            But…
            1) He was appointed by Sessions to satisfy republicans which means he was given a small job to look at something, which really isn’t his fault. I know this sound critical of Sessions, but think about it, what did the man ever investigate regarding corruption?

            2) Huber was first appointed by Obama. (Gotta be bipartisan, you know)

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          • Linda K. says:

            Huber Hubris!

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      • livefreeordieguy says:

        A good guy as in he’ll loan you his hedge clippers or a good guy as in he’ll have the guts to expose the biggest political scandal in the history of the United States of America?

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      • dallasdan says:

        I trust SD’s assessment that Barr will not allow the DOJ to be impugned. Hence, justice for the principal co-conspirators is not on the table. (See SD’s article on Barr.)

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        • More Covfefe Please says:

          I really hope you are right, as well as the diGenova’s.

          But I have been disappointed so many times by people who just can’t see any corruption anywhere and don’t know what you are talking about when you criticize the fine and upstanding patriots who work at the DOJ and FBI, all fine people, you know, straight shooters all, friendly too, why, I have been to lunch with them, they smile and would do anything for you, great public servants, innocent as the wind driven snow, all of them, blah, blah, blah….

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      • Firefly says:

        Neighbors of many serial killers say the same thing. Normal good people don’t always recognize evil. Comey masks his in acting like a big doofus. Brennan doesn’t even hide it- he carries it like a badge of honor.

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    • Heika says:

      I trust Jo and Victoria over all others. I agree

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Joe and Victoria added to the folks from ACLJ gives me-not total confidence-but at least a ray of hope.

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        • Jan says:

          We’re looking for someone who believes in the rule of law and applying the law equally, and I get the sense that he has a very good idea about the politicization of the DOJ/FBI and what has happened to it. How can he not? It clearly bothers him. He doesn’t have to be a big Trump supporter, as long as he’s not from the never-Trumpers and he’s not owned by Soreass, Tom Donohue and the like. He used the word “discipline” in his testimony and he didn’t promise anything except to follow the law, the policies and the rules relating to his job as AG (and possibly his sense of right). I don’t see him running guns/weapons to Mexico, confiscating guns from lawful citizens, or tolerating sanctuary cities/states or things where federal law is supreme in matters that are inherently specific to the federal government like national security. He’s not my ideal candidate, but Joe diGenova would never get confirmed. This guy can, unless our RINOs go Dimm which is never out of the realm of possibilities.

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          • Hereward the Woke says:

            “We’re looking for someone who believes in the rule of law and applying the law equally”. I can only think of one person who fits that bill. DJT. Until proven otherwise. I believe that only HE can stop this lawlessness – by declassification and military tribunals, probably.

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      • Said same to my bride!

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Love Joe D, BUT I’m old enough to remember him cheering the announcement by then AG Sessions of ‘Prosecutor’ Huber.

      I guess he’s a trusting person until given a reason to no longer trust.
      This is actually a good quality as it reveals that Joe D himself is honest and trustworthy.

      My point is simply that I take Joe’s trust, and that of others, with a grain of salt.

      No disrespect to him or Victoria intended. I like them both.

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      • Crabby says:

        We don’t know what Huber is doing. Maybe he is working like a professional and there are no leaks… maybe.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Crabby, Sundance and others, including Joe D, have recently exposed that the Huber announcement was basically a head fake with the sole purpose of appeasing the loud voices calling for equal justice.

          So, yes, we do know that Huber is not doing what we were told he would be doing.

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      • More Covfefe Please says:

        I agree.

        But Sessions was a good man too, and one who believed in the rule of law I am sure as much as Barr, and so on, but didn’t do anything. Didn’t see anything. Was not a reformer, and saw no need to reform anything. Thought all of Obama DOJ people were fine folks, and so on.

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    • girlyman514 says:

      Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing are always on the right side of the issues. They always say what you want to hear. That being said, in all the years I’ve followed them, I’ve never seen any issue get resolved in their favor. Even this last whistle blower thing a few months ago did nothing but fizzle. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

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    • pnj01 says:

      I don’t know about body language, but I went back to the Jan. 15 10 minute highlight roll of Barr’s testimony after reading this body language discussion. I heard a guy who was carefully preserving his job’s authority and was NOT committing to being hand’s off with Mueller.

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    • Lee Cary says:

      Remember when many held Robert Mueller in “high regard”? We can’t survive on “hope”.

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  2. thegoosefish says:

    Be cool if DOJ was interested. Not.

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  3. drawfortruth says:

    I also hope they are right about Barr.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I’m calling it now, Barr is a swamp guardian and will work with Mueller against Trump.

      I’ll happily admit it if I turn out to be wrong. I’d love to be wrong.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Bad call! Barr paid lip service to the word “predicate” in his testimony about the Mule Face investigation. Lip service to investigating the predicate that prefaced the counterintelligence probe against Trump is an indication that fetid characters and general effluent may be flushed from the Swamp.

        A good thing.

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        • WSB says:

          Ray, I have a theory that during Papa Bush’s funeral, W tried to make a deal with PT to go slowly on exposing his father/Clinton. And therefore took sides against Obama. The Bush/Clinton team against the Kennedy/Obama team…someone needs cover and got there first.

          It may be entirely possible that the Bush cabal wants to protect its own and therefore suggested Barr. The official story is that W suggested this at Blair House the day of the funeral.

          Who knows.

          I do believe there is a reason that PT decided to nominate William Barr, and we will soon know why.

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          • Ray Runge says:

            In the short term I will personally shout out for Bill Barr as the the best thing since sliced bread. I do believe that the integrity meter will rise to the positive with Mr. Barr as AG.

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            • Chip Doctor says:

              Ray, spot on. I have posted similar before, but too many want PDJT to appoint an AG that will be his Holder. I don’t want a partisan that will take “our” side at the expense of true law and order. We can not replace one of their crooks with one of our own if we wish to drain the swamp. I want justice not revenge. Don’t misread me by thinking that I do not have vengeance in my heart, I do. I just want it served through constitutional justice, and the hot fire of hell.

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              • True law and order?
                The law has been perverted into an overly complex weapon designed specifically to offer flexibility in its application. It is a discretionary weapon designed for purpose, not for justice. We see proof all around us. Selective investigations and prosecutions for technical crimes…in a city so deep in corruption and lies that truth is their only krypton. Placing continued faith in those who have populated and USED this weapon of destruction and oppression is farcical. Barr will do nothing, change nothing. He will capitulate to the inquisition because he believes in it…right or wrong. If cops won’t turn in known dirty cops because of their brotherhood, do you REALLLY think they would approve ANYONE that might challenge this world class cabal?

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                • PMadison says:

                  “The law has been perverted into an overly complex weapon designed specifically to offer flexibility in its application.”

                  I’ve been trying to say this for years and could never condense it to one sentence. Thank you.

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          • Firefly says:

            Lindsey Graham told PTrump he would help him pick an AG that could be confirmed. It was Lindsey Graham who just before the confirmation hearings had the press confence stating William Barr was friends with Mueller and why’d wives were friends too.

            William Barr also stated he expected to remain friends with Mueller after allis said an done.

            William Barr does have a non nonsense demeanor. But he is swamp and will protect the swamp and institution while cleaning up the mess. It will be a heavily politically controlled cleanup. If only lower level people get in trouble we will be in for more later- the bad ones will only learn to do a better job next time if not deterred and held accountable.

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            • WSB says:

              I completely see your point, Firefly.

              I do also believe that President Trump has told us he will drain the Swamp, and if Barr is part of it, he will also be exposed.

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              • Let’s all hold our breath together.
                Haven’t we been doing this a while…like YEARS?
                We thought Bush would get some stuff done…immigration, tax reform, trade reform….NOTHING. And then we got Obama and believed that his radical leftism would be a big turnoff and only serve one term. Wrong. Meanwhile more war, more corruption and a terrible whole dug for us. Now we have Trump, an impossibility that actually happened, and what of the republicans. NOTHING.
                We are where we are for a reason…..

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            • Kenji says:

              If Barr is Swamp … then everyone is Swamp and our country is doomed. I don’t share your pessimism … otherwise, I wouldn’t be able to get out of bed each morning.

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      • Clarence Smith says:

        Speaking for myself- I have not been wrong about any narrative. Whether it be the big ugly, gitmo, military trials, the small group cutting plea deals, small group cooperating, the big guys going to jail, Debbie Wasserman going to jail, Awans going to jail, Wolfe going to jail, 64 D chess, Trust Sessions, Trust the Plan. I said it was pie in the sky wishful thinking from Day1. I am a realist. I do not wear a tinfoil hat. I live in the real world. I have seen keyboard warriors putting the Clintons in jail for 30 + years. and it never happens. NEVER! And it never will happen. I said the Swamp was being underestimated. And nobody of consequence. would ever be punished. So don’t accuse me of being a troll ever again. I was not a troll. I was correct. So here is the prediction of the realist who is batting 1.000. Mr Barr is Swamp. He is not your White Knight. He does not protect institutions. He protects people in the club. PDJT is NOT in that club. We are not in the club. Mr Mueller and Mr Barr are there to provide a circumstantial case for the House to impeach PDJT. Which will be used as an excuse for him not to appoint another SCOTUS pick as the drama drags on for much of 2019.

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        • Crabby says:

          Tell us again how great and smart you are.

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        • thegoosefish says:

          So the mass arrests have been delayed? Must be related to the shutdown

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        • Elle says:

          I have to agree that Barr seems a swamp creature. I’m concerned that I’m hearing nothing about his previous desire to confiscate guns during the Clinton years that I read somewhere yesterday.
          Maybe he is just protecting the swamp, but I hope you are wrong. And I think you will agree that Trump is having some long-lasting success that will curtail the swamp to the benefit of you and I. You can’t just throw everyone who is guilty in jail, the country would fall into chaos. I’d prefer that Trump patches the roof to keep the rain out and plugs the holes to keep the rats out so the house doesn’t collapse. By that I mean restore rule of law and make it harder for more rats to get in and multiply in the future.

          I get what your saying, but my hope is that Trump is attempting to do the things that will matter in the long run. If Bush, Clinton and Obama live their lives in sweet luxury – out of power – well, that stinks, but the message can be sent to the minions that THEY need to follow the law. Power corrupts absolutely. The system is designed to accept that premise. Clinton’s and Obama’s are nothing without their minions, so if we make it clear to the future batch of minions that THEY will be held responsible for doing THEIR JOB, to curtail what we know will be requests by those in power to abuse it, then the system will work as designed.

          The nomination of Barr is discouraging, I’ll give you that. But there is still room for hope.

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          • Y’all Know What Time It Is says:

            There has to be a negative consequence to impede the behavior.

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          • Kenji says:

            So who would you have nominated instead? Some unqualified “outsider” who could never have passed the confirmation process. I hate to break it to you … but we are going to HAVE to use people with Deep State government experience. Even those who may have made some “public” statements that belie their true beliefs.

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        • Jederman says:

          Why would Trump hire him? Was he pressured, indifferent, confused, hopeful… . Are you saying that the senate Rs would block a Trump choice?

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        • Kenji says:

          Speaking for myself … you hold yourself in too high a regard to be taken seriously.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        He said his job was to protect the Presidency. (not the president, per se, but the office) And lord knows we need a protector there. So I think he will guard the Mueller report and give congress only the needed parts. And given all the criticism he gave the Mueller investigation in his 19 page memo—-I bet he hurries him along,

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  4. AmericaFirst says:

    Well. They certainly sound confident in Bill Barr.

    They also exhibit a lot of confidence in Grand Juries, and therefore also juries, but after what happened with the O.J. trial, and the illegal alien who murdered Kate Steinle, and after what I read to be the overwhelming leftist bias of those in the entire Swamp area, it is a little hard to imagine even the Grand Jury route resulting in actual Justice. I don’t really see “Military Tribunals” being exercised for most of these alphabet agency saboteurs.

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    • Mike says:

      If this country would not use military tribunals to prosecute terrorists there is no way politically it will be used against US citizens, this has always been unrealistic.

      The key to building a case is flipping people, like Mueller has tried and failed to do. This is because as Strzok said, “there is no there, there.”

      You indict the low hanging fruit, McCabe, Strzok, Baker. This will encourage the weak, like Bruce and Nellie Ohr, probably Lisa Page, to ask for a deal. You take their statements, have them swear to them to a grand jury. Then McCabe (who is dead to rights by the IG report) flips, then Baker flips, Strzok is to stupid.

      Then you collect evidence, subpoena electronic records, FBI paper records, interview witnesses like Pientka, Priestap, Carlin, etc.

      They will ALL be willing to throw Strzok and Comey under the bus.

      When you have sworn statements from Bruce, Nellie, Lisa, Baker, McCabe, Pientka, Priestap, Carlin, and others, supported by corroborating evidence THEN Strzok will fold. Strzok will give a sworn statement on Comey, and Comey will try to blame it all on Strzok.

      If Comey goes to trial, even a DC jury will bury him. More likely he will seek a deal.

      All it takes is a real investigation with an honest prosecutor.

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      • Truth seeker says:

        Good post.

        If there’s one thing we know about liberals is that they are self-serving, power hungry rats. If McCabe or Stzrok or Comey face the prospect of going down, you can bet they won’t be going alone. They will sell their fellow rats down the drain faster than Obama can hot-box a joint. If they can save their own tails by giving up someone else, they certainly will. I believe that there’s already comments out there from McCabe stating as much.

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        • Clarence Smith says:

          Good post. but they do not have any honest men or women anymore. Nothing will happen. that is Mueller and Barr’s mandate. Cover it up and move on.

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        • G. Alistar says:

          yep, if so and some of the dirty cops flip, Trump gets the leverage from the threat of releasing the classified spy gate info without releasing anything. I.e., E.U., tariffs announced earlier this week. Who knows what else is going on behind the scenes.

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        • Hereward the Woke says:

          Agreed, TruthSeeker. But when is it going to happen? These people are still out there. They need to be in an interrogation room and then jail.

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        • The only principles that matter is the one that dictates if you live by them or simply use them as a justification for desired ends.
          Abrogation is a long standing principle of Islam that allows them to act in absolute opposition of their stated principles and words as long as they can rationalize it advances the theology of Islam.
          Progressives have fully adopted this approach as we see the act in the most oppressive, racist and tyrannical methods, all in claimed support to end racism, oppression and tyranny. They are unapologetic in this, but of course are never challenged on it at all…..and justify not responding to those few that might as ignorant or racist for even asking.
          I does not go unnoticed that their primary defense is claims of our ignorance or hateful perspectives, and NEVER facts that would encourage debate.
          Their flawed ideology, their false accusations, STAND simply because they are not challenged by “legitimate” or “credible” voices.

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      • noswamp says:

        Mike, good post my friend but you left out Mueller Clintons Rice Clapper etc. What happens to them?

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        • Mike says:

          If you get to the point where Comey is indicted, you could have title 3 wire taps up. (If we had a justice department they would have been up a year ago).
          If you get that far you keep building the case, investigating and flipping. But you would need overwhelming evidence to overcome all the political BS to get Clapper and Brennan.

          If a real investigation was done on the Clinton foundation, people would go to jail. Even as bad as the FBI intentionally screwed the pooch on the HRC email investigation, Huma, Cheryl Mills, Heather Samuelson, and Paul Combetta should have been convicted of lying to the FBI. And HRC should have at least been indicted for mishandling of SAP materials.

          I think Mueller is a rat, but unless there is some Uranium one crime there I think he walks.

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      • “The key to building a case is flipping people” you said. I like your description of how to create a domino effect with all of the consecutive flippings. A big worry is that almost EVERYONE is filthy in DC including Circuit, District and Federal court judges, lawyers, local public officials, and a very left-leaning citizenry that a jury would be drawn from. Who do you flip someone to? And, unfortunately, “reverse flipping” is already occurring like with Michael Cohen.

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        • Mike says:

          I still think most federal judges are honest, not all. Sorry I can’t say the same for the “justice” department, especially in DC and NY.
          As far as flipping people there is a proper way to do it, where you don’t invite “composing.”
          For example,
          You don’t say to Strzok “If you give me enough to convict Comey I’ll let you go.” Although that is what it looks like Mueller is doing.

          You say, “Strzok, we have pretty overwhelming evidence that you lied in your FISA affidavit, you illegally leaked classified information to the news media, you failed to follow up on important evidence in the HRC investigation and it appears you “lacked candor” under oath to congress. If you tell us the entire truth, we will ask the USA to give consideration, but that consideration is up to the USA. You have to tell us the truth, the whole truth.”
          Then you write down what he says and investigate, corroborate.

          You don’t want the perp to make shit up, it could either screw your case against the bad guy, or worse frame a non bad guy.

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        • Hereward the Woke says:

          Correct. It’s like one of those zombie films when you realize you’re the only one who isn’t a zombie. This runs so deep – not just HRC, but Obama and the Bushes.

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      • fakenoozisforfools says:

        That is fine as long as they have a No Immunity Rule. None of these weasels gets a walk. Shave off some time for co-operation if that helps the honest prosecutor move up to the next level of the food chain. Twenty years instead of life. But at least 10 years and no possibility of early release for any reason for even the low level guys. AND NO WALKS. FOR ANYONE. Make it hurt for the people who did this and put future ne’er-do-wells on notice that the same will happen to them if they try it and get caught. Oh, and the ring leaders still have their necks broken by a rope snapped taut after a 10 foot drop.

        None of it will happen because no honest prosecutor will ever be appointed.

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      • Jederman says:

        “The key to building a case is flipping people, like Mueller has…”

        Agree 100% but we need someone to do the flipping. The senate (good lord), house (ha) and the Do”J” seem profoundly uninterested, whistle blowers, deep throats, forget about it.

        There are no good guys willing to fall on their swords for truth and justice. Just the (corrupt and rotten career) system.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Amen. Anyone who believes this ongoing secret military tribunals stuff is nuts.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        Especially the military, as if they were not busy enough.

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      • Hereward the Woke says:

        So what’s the solution, Jimmy? Unless there are some real patriots in the DoJ and FBI (cue belly laugh), then what “normal” means does DJT have of lancing the boil of sedition and treason? He must know two things: if he doesn’t destroy these people, they will destroy him, his family and America; there are no government organisms, judges or juries that will do their job. We’re all talking about Barr this, Barr that, but the truth is that DJT is almost alone and only he can sort this out.

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    • JohnCarlson says:

      I can’t think of anything much more un-American than Military Tribunals of American citizens.

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    • Janeka says:

      Both cases you sited were out of Kalimexia, you can’t base anything on the fruit of a rotten tree..

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    • Firefly says:

      It’s a sales job to the American people. Barr is bring oversold- just like Comey was sold to us as a Boy Scout. Same with Mueller- a marine, distinguished, untouchable. When I see over selling of integrity like “trust Sessions”, “boy scout”, impeccable- it means you should be concerned that the reality is the opposite.

      Lindsey Graham has been acting irractic and contradictory- weird and I don’t trust him.

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    • Therapeutic Masculinity says:

      Juries are a great big mess ! The judges aren’t much better. O.J. and Zacate verdicts are an everyday occurrence nationwide. If convicted, sentencing is lenient. Juries are usually selected from voter registration or DMV. Millions of illegal aliens qualify.

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    • Kenji says:

      You cannot conflate grand juries with ordinary juries … the voir dire process is quite different as there are no Jury selection consultants involved in the process. Your examples of two malignantly-compromised CA Juries simply cannot be compared to the Grand Jury empanelment.

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  5. Zorro says:

    Interesting that Joe D thinks that Undercover Huber might not be doing his job. By “his job” I mean upholding his oath, the rule of law and the constitution. He might be doing his job as a grand illusion of Stealth Jeff grandly.

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    • Conrad says:

      Too much of the evidence related to Huber’s work is hidden from view by Mueller. For me, Huber gets a temporary pass. We really need Mueller out of the way.

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    • Heika says:

      I think the idea is that the “Mueller” witch hunt – is blocking all other investigations. Its a check mate. While Mueller is in place, no one can do anything. That is also how Rosenstein stopped Trump from releasing the docs. This is their insurance policy. Plain and simple. The mule is obfuscation supreme on all things. His job is to wait out the clock until the next election, hence the constant ‘tricks’ put out there that its ‘getting close to the end, just so people calm down a bit, then it never ends and nothing come of anything of any use. Barr is our only hope.

      He may well be a swamp cleaner, but even the swamp must be getting tired of the mess the Dems made in the swamp… crap everywhere. They might have made a bigger decision to make some sacrifices, you know, throw a few Dems to the gods on the pyre. Hence Barr coming from the Bush family vault. Might be reading too much into it, but the ‘swamp machine’ must preserve itself at all costs. If they can just finger the sacrifices (more blood is needed that just a few sackings) the ‘potential yellow vest movement’ might calm down so they can get on with their swampy business.

      The Dems are drawing too much negative attention to all this. Someone has to be head chopped, someone bigger than small fry being ‘suspended and then going off signing multi million dollar book deals and getting rich on Go Fund Me.

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      • JAD says:

        I think you mean “stalemate”.

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      • Hereward the Woke says:

        Exactly. Mueller is the permanent roadblock that stops DJT’s fire engines getting to the conflagration. And any dirt he can throw up against DJT for 2020 is a bonus. Mueller needs to be ousted and outed for what he really is.

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  6. Good Job! says:

    A sad thing is that one needs to question the “dossier” on its political source, the Hillary campaign. That’s true but on its own it is a ridiculous document.

    The FBI lawyers didn’t see through it because they are not spies. They are prosecutors who will use anything they can get–especially if they are too stupid to see how fake it is.

    I find it hard to believe Steele/Nellie/MI6 wrote it that way knowing it would trick Brennan and the FBI. My first thinking it was written as a bad spy novel in an Eastern European tone of voice to get the media to report on it–the target was the media not US Intel.

    Brits must think US Intelis the stupidest in earth. They are prolly right.

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    • Sentient says:

      Trick Brennan? I think the whole thing was his idea.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        You got that right.

        It’s also been confirmed recently that the last story Michael Hastings was working on before his assassination was an investigation into Brennan. He’d said before his death it was a huge story but we didn’t know for sure it was Brennan. I’d imagine it was also linked to Obama unless it’s the real black pill and is linked to W.

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      • Heika says:

        Brennan is the one. Have said it from dot. He is the one who should swing.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        I don’t know if he the whole thing was his idea but it wouldn’t surprise me. Of all the criminal slime balls in this story, he stands out from the crowd-and that’s really saying something.

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        • Jan says:

          Where’s the link between Brennan and the Clintons? I ask because there’s some evidence that John Podesta and Hillary were talking about a “Russia collusion” trap in late 2015. Brennan was OVomit’s advisor during the 2008 campaign. Does he have connections to the Clintons before 2008 or after, besides OVomit & serving in his Administration?

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    • Robert Hope says:

      So in a nutshell, you’re submitting that this was more a globalists ‘five eyes’ coup attempt, rather than simply a domestic coup attempt?
      I’ve viewed it as such from very nearly the beginning.
      The U.K. in particular has played a very deep and dark hand. British ‘intelligence’ is anything but that…Unless one considers Monty Python style ‘government’ witty.

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      • spoogels says:

        I agree. A GLOBALIST coup
        Backed by that swine Soros

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      • swampratterrier says:

        Definitely Globalists.
        They own the Uni-party slaves after all.

        Wonder how much money Pelosi was looking for on her “pleasure trip?”

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      • Therapeutic Masculinity says:

        How “intelligent” could the Brits be? Surely they have muzzie moles within their ranks. London has a muzzie mayor. Thousands of young British girls are being addicted to drugs and gang raped by the inbred muzzies. And British “intelligence” is devoting it’s pathetic “resources” to attacking the President of the United States. Then they’ll beg our President to rescue them again.

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        • Hereward the Woke says:

          The Brits have a personal interest. Defeating Brexit and Destroying Trump are very much part of the same thing for the British globalist establishment.

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    • RJones says:

      @GJ – that’s the thing…Bruce Ohr is not believable and the FBI are not believable for no reason other than this case, investigating a presidential candidate, mid-election, was unprecedented. There is simply NO WAY an honest DOJ guy in this circumstance ain’t gonna tell the boss. And there’s no freaking way Comey would be uninvolved, delegating key decisions. This would have been terra incognito for everyone honest at that time. An honest team would have been dotting every i, crossing every t, knowing that this effort could be deeply scrutinized by a skeptical public. As has been said endlessly, they did all this thinking Clinton wouldn’t lose. When she did lose, someone convinced the true believers to keep on going in order to take him down. The media was more than willing to help. Even Republicans in Congress would’ve jumped in and pulled an oar if asked. The FBI could not possibly have ever believed a story created by Clinton flunkies could possibly be true. Asking us, the public, to believe that BS is insulting, and the FBI folks involved should be strung up from a tree for even trying to feed us that crap. Absolute Utter nonsense.

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  7. Vera says:

    Is this exculpatory evidence for the Flynn case?
    If the FISA was tainted, and the DoJ and especially Weissman, who is part of the Mueller Special Counsel team, knew, would this be something the defendant’s lawyer should receive from the prosecutor?

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  8. Sentient says:

    The fact that Barr – even while trying to be confirmed – wouldn’t give the Democrats some of the assurances they wanted makes me optimistic.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Nothing short of dismissal of the entire Mueller operation, with zero report due to credibility, will change my mind. Given Barr stated an investigation is needed to determine the truth, we would have to live with the restart of another investigation under his control.

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  9. 335blues says:

    I am praying that Bill Barr lives up to the faith that Victoria and Joe have in him.
    I am praying that Bill Barr brings to justice
    all those involved in the attempted
    coup against President Trump.

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  10. Another Scott says:

    Honest journalism is not dead! It is alive and well in Lou Dobbs

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  11. Paul Tibbets says:

    Joe di has been the one guy who I think has had inside info. and has been consistent over the last 2 years.

    He was going nearly put on Trump’s team. I think they left him out so he could keep talking in the capacity he has been.

    They did not sound like people that were hopeful, they sounded like people who knew.

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  12. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Victoria seemed a bit ‘off.’ I hope all is well with her.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      Not off, she’s fired up. Both Victoria and Joe are law and order former DOJ people back to the Ronald Reagan era.

      They can not sit for this sedition without being angered. Their devotion and love for country and our Constitution is paramount and drives them daily in no small part.

      Frankly, I love them both.

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      • Mark says:

        I would love to see both Joe and Victoria appointed co- SC to go after the corruption in the DOJ and FBI. I would give them very broad authority.

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  13. andy says:

    IN other words… degenova is saying TICK TOCK!

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    • Donzo says:

      Joe and Victoria are surely the best they come. What concerns me about their faith in Barr is that they, or Joe in particular, have been saying the perps are going down for the last 2 years. Hopefully he will be right this time.

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      • Clarence Smith says:

        Put Joe DiGenova and Victoria on your ignore list. They have been talking out of their rear ends about Grand Juries and indictments for 2 years. He gets most of his “inside info” from blogs. He claimed the small group was cooperating and plea deals were being done. He specifically said James Baker was cooperating. Joe is full of Schiff.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Joe and Toensing live in TV world and the real world. We / They have to make a living.

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    • Hereward the Woke says:

      My only reason to stay positive is that these leaks are still emerging. Somewhere, deep inside the bowels of these treasonous institution, a lonely patriot is doing his duty. The deep swamper want to kill off this whole spygate thing but as someone once sang, “They stab it will their steely knives but just can’t kill the beast.”

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  14. Jimmy Jack says:

    Was just watching this. I really love these two. It’s a shame he’s not AG bc he’s smart and a real bulldog. Barr’s decades long personal friendship with Mueller, a man who said we need a one world government and religion, makes me think he’s another Wray – a swamp guardian. Maybe even worse — a swamp judicial activist.

    I do think they’re right – Ohr is covering for Yates and by extension, Obama.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      “Barr’s decades long personal friendship with Mueller”….. yup, that’s the part that still has me worried. Suppose he goes into this thinking Mueller is a good man and finds out Mueller is garbage. Will he do right by America and take out his friend?

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      • Firefly says:

        Sidney Powell was very concerned about the close friendship. William Barr stated in the confirmation hearings that he expected to still be friends with Mueller at the end of all this. Lindsey Graham only recently announced the friendship right before confirmation hearings – then hurry hurry to get Barr confirmed. .

        There is no way anyone could be good friends with Mueller for 20 years and not know Mueller and what he’s done. Ray McGover said “Mueller is a deep state thug”. Barr is deep state too.

        We’re getting a hard sell on how great Barr is – like we got on Sessions, Comey, and mueller. This means we’re being set up to accept whatever Barr decides. A lot depends on how tightly Barr is politically controlled and Barrs intentions.

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  15. JRD says:

    I really like Toensing and diGenova but, I. AIN’T. BUYING.

    1.) Once a Bushie, always a Bushie. Barr’s a Bushie.
    2.) There are too many corruptocrats hellbent on preserving the corrupt DOJ and FBI just they way that it is.
    3.) Toensing and diGenova refuse to accept that “the cheese has been moved.” The DOJ they remember no longer exists. The scum in the DOJ and FBI HATE We the People. Yes, all of them.
    They don’t hate Trump. They hate us.

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  16. Greg says:

    Sidney Powell on Hannity specifically mentioned SD’s conclusion that Fusion GPS was one of the contractors with access to NSA database since 2015 and this likely provided the raw data to be laundered by Nellie Ohr and Steele into the dossier.

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    • Mike says:

      Greg
      Today I re-read the Carter Page FISA application, and renewals. Much is redacted. In the first renewal Strzok (who is the affiant) admits they dropped “Source 1”, Steele, because he leaked to the media. The Yahoo story planted by Steele is redacted, but you can tell that’s what he is referring to. Strzok uses this news story to back the Steele BS, then says the FBI doesn’t believe this leak to Yahoo (by Steele) was done by Steele. BUT the FBI still thinks the information he provided before, “is reliable.”

      Strzok uses other news reports in the affidavit. I’ve written at least 50 search warrants. I don’t get how you can swear a news story is true, since you have no idea who the source is.

      Another thing that jumps out at me is, after Steele was dropped as a source by FBI, every contact between Bruce Ohr, and Simpson, Steele, and even Nellie’s memory stick seams to occur right when the FISA is running out and new information is needed to renew the FISA.

      Also in the FISA are at least two interviews Carter Page gives to the FBI, that are redacted. A complaint Carter Page made to the justice department about Hillary’s campaign is also used against Page.

      The fact that after a year long FISA warrant on Page, and he has not been charged with ANYTHING, speaks volumes.

      Barr better find out if Fusion, Nellie, or any other rats accessed that NSA data.

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      • concerned3 says:

        I want to see the Sign-Offs and the PDB’s referencing these FISA documents in question.

        I suspect, X-President Obama called for an emergency approval on the first FISA document on Page through the former AG Lynch. And, that the FISA Court Judges were aware of this.

        Curious if the 11 FISA court judges possibly got threatened in some way if they didn’t give the warrant, because it’s now likely all FISA court judges knew also that the dossier was connected to Hillary Clinton. One of the only things Democrats had against Trump is now ruined for the Left and the media, as we are now finding out a top DOJ official warned that the dossier was connected to Hillary Clinton. The truth is starting to come out. Even with Hillary being behind the dossier, Mueller still launched his investigation.
        https://www.puppetstringnews.com/blog/doj-official-warned-russia-dossier-was-connected-to-clinton

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        • Therapeutic Masculinity says:

          FISA court judges are not safe from Clinton Crime Syndicate asassination. Judges are vulnerable as hell. Woody Harrelson’s father murdered a federal judge in Texas.

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      • swampratterrier says:

        Of course they accessed the NSA data base.

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  17. simicharmed says:

    That was an “impressive” interview for me. I would like to hang-my-hat on the results but I will patiently wait (like may of us).

    Believing in the morality of a human-being is tough in this day-and-age but I will certainly give Mr. Barr that benefit of the doubt at this juncture.

    Historic decisions will be made from this point forward with regards to the DOJ/FBI/Other. I would like to believe that a human being still has patriotic desires to make things right….I would

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  18. Archie says:

    sundance has already said Barr will paper over the scandal and return the DOJ and FBI to the illusion of propriety. That’s what I believe, so help me god.

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    • JohnCarlson says:

      So it would appear there is a rather large disagreement here between Sundance on the one hand and Joe and Victory on the other. Ladies and Gentlemen, Lads and Ladies, place your bets. The stakes – your country.

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      • dallasdan says:

        Easy money. SD, the person who knows the details and whose integrity, honesty, objectivity, and intellect are all on the asymptotic right end of the normal curves for all.

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    • starfcker says:

      Sundance inhales whatever information is available on any given day, and resets if necessary, based on available information, which changes constantly. That’s normal and desirable behavior when trying to investigate anything. Don’t we wish that’s how DOJ operated?

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  19. lin says:

    Barr looked like he was seething under the cool demeanor he was trying to keep. He is pissed at what the DOJFBI has done. I see a man who will in fact do the job we want him too. No one will get away with the corruption. That’s what I see.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      Agreed, the ghost body language lady did a very good job here. In the end, she did miss Barr nodding affirmatively to a promise to take action against the Strzok-Page sedition.

      What I saw was a very strong, focused determination. This is a man who knows exactly what he’ll do. He seems raring to go.

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  20. livefreeordieguy says:

    I have a lot of respect for Joe and Victoria but, until further notice, I view Barr as higher-life-form of swamp creature. He will do his level best to disinfect and credibly re-create the DoJ/FBI while ensuring that none of his friends and colleagues are held accountable for their horrible misdeeds. Mueller is the cover for all of the transgressions and I don’t believe Barr will expose that. I hope with all of my heart that Victoria and Joe are right and I am wrong.

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  21. DesertRain says:

    Remember that the Page-Stroczk text messages make reference to the existence of a “secret society”. Traditional FBI ine-staff reporting structures would be set aside. Ohr would be briefing key society members – especially the more powerful players within the society.

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  22. Heika says:

    Dan has a good show on today going through these and other things. https://bongino.com/ep-896-did-you-miss-this-stunning-revelation-yesterday/

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  23. diGenova and his wife are court jesters

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  24. beachbum31 says:

    Larry the fake cable news guy on MSNBC with meathead Hellman toasting impeachment certainty because the frauds at infowars apparently have made Cohen their beacon of truth and HE SAYS DJT tells everybody to LIE! LOL
    Just WOW/.
    Desperation hyperventilation! they’re nuts!

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  25. justlizzyp says:

    I thought the most interesting bit of the interview was Victoria pointing out how unusual it was for Weissman to be involved.

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  26. Derangement Syndrome says:

    I view the nomination of Bill Barr to AG, as the ultimate use of leverage against Mulehead, since Bill and Bob are such “good friends”.

    Do you remember the part in the movie,The Godfather 2, during the courtroom scenes?

    In one scene, Vincent Pantangali (Bob Mueller) is about to testify against Michael Corleone (Trump) under oath, before he says anything, Corleone brings in Pantangali’s brother (Bill Barr) from Sicily. Upon seeing his brother, Pantangali recants is story, and zips his mouth shut.

    The point of the analogy, is Bob Mueller will not pull any bullsh*t with Bill Barr as AG. The Mulehead investigation (witch hunt) is effectively over.

    At least, that’s what I hope is happening, because we’re in trouble if Barr has ulterior motives.

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      From your keyboard to God’s ears…

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    • swampratterrier says:

      Great example.

      Many of us here have worked for large organizations where in the spotlight or even in private conversations you might refer to oh let’s say “my friend in HR” even if you detested them.

      You might even know where the bodies from real crimes in the organization are but cannot whistle blow because the higher ups just don’t care or would be damaged by it so they’d end you instead.

      Do you really think Barr is going to come right out and state “Oh I hate Mueller with a vengeance. Let me tear into him as AG?”

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    • Therapeutic Masculinity says:

      Great, great comment from Derangement Syndrome. Well said.

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  27. andy says:

    Lets be real.
    We know the relationships between Stefan Halper, Clinton’s Arkansas clan, drug money laundering, whitewater, the Bush clan, and now Bill Barr in the mix.
    You can pretend there will be a stealth cutout and justice is coming, but Max Skeptic says no.
    Never. Mutual assured destruction in the swamp.

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    • JohnCarlson says:

      One of those six, Duane (“Dewey”) R. Clarridge, went on to become a Dr. Ben Carson “top adviser on terrorism and national security” during the 2016 primaries. He used to have a small cannon on his front porch. Passed away not to long ago.

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    • Firefly says:

      Bill Barr worked in the CIA. His wife is good friends with Muellers wife.Mueller was born into and then married into a family with high-level ties to covert CIA operations.

      Since 1966, Mueller has been married to Ann Cabell Standish. The Cabell family includes Charles Cabell, the deputy director of the CIA under Allen Dulles. As part of the fallout of the Bay of Pigs fiasco, Cabell was forced to resign by President John F. Kennedy in January 1962. His brother, Earle Cabell, was the mayor of Dallas in 1963 where and when Kennedy was assassinated. The 2017 JFK document releases have also proven that Mayor Cabell was a CIA asset.

      Recently CIA Dir Gina Haspel gave a posthumous apology regarding the guy blamed for Lockerbie. Another innocent convicted by Mueller. This could be a sign the CIA is being cleaned up. I sure hope so. I guess we’ll soon see if PTrump picked a good cia Director.

      https://gosint.wordpress.com/2019/01/13/cia-issues-posthumous-apology-after-new-evidence-clears-abdel-baset-al-megrahi-of-involvement-in-lockerbie-attack-when-parody-beats-justice/

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  28. joeknuckles says:

    I can’t wait to see that prick Weissman hang.

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  29. Green Gas says:

    I love Joe to bad he’s nuts,

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  30. Anonymous says:

    The lady had insightful points about Ohr choice of who to communicate with (cronies, not logical counterparties).

    Joe had a little intersting content (Barr speculation, but did not back it up). Other than that it was standard venting.

    I’m bored with venting. If you all can still listen to that over and over, bless you. But I am more interested in putting clues together. Not venting for the talk radio time waster crowd. Finding stuff in the Twittersphere much more interesting.

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    • Firefly says:

      Yes she did. Looks like Weissman controls a lot of things going on within the DOJ. The DOJ isn’t operating normal and isn’t following procedures. That shows intent.

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  31. TomatoCarrot says:

    I think it’s likely that Ohr is lying. He’s trying to cover up his role at the epicenter of the entire operation.

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  32. starfcker says:

    That’s interesting about not briefing down. Has somebody been laying perjury traps the whole way through this?

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    • starfcker says:

      And why is Bruce Ohr willing to perjure himself to protect Sally Yates? Suspicious cat wants to know.

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      • TomatoCarrot says:

        It’s a hail Mary pass. If Ohr tells the truth he is targeted as THE guy who brought the bogus dossier in to the FBI. Better to roll the dice with perjury. And if he’s caught defrauding the FBI perjury is no biggie.

        Another possibility: They ALL knew it was a bogus dossier, and often referred to it as such. Ohr spins that fact to highlight that he let them know (as everybody knew) that it was unverified. So Ohr’s liability (pimping a false dossier) becomes a rock solid defense (I warned them it was unverified!).

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  33. hard masada says:

    YADA, YADA 2+ years and SHIP has been done about any of it, unless you are standing at the bottom of the hill. A bigger/MASSIVE event has happened which makes ALL data hackable, hear about it? https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2019/01/mother-of-all-breaches-exposes-773-million-emails-21-million-passwords/

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  34. concerned3 says:

    I submit, that Weissmann told Mueller that the Dossier was constructed based upon fabricated material. Even armed with this knowledge Mueller chose to continue with a fabricated investigation.

    This should means that the Mueller investigation was tainted from the beginning and that the members of his team are guilty of with holding evidence from the Judges involved. All of the previous convictions by the Mueller team should be overturned without delay.

    I would also recommend that the defendants seek a civil case against the Mueller team.

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  35. jstanley01 says:

    Could be that Mueller needs a friend as AG, because his investigation — against his own fondest hopes I’d bet — is going to be serving up a nothingburger when every libtard in the land has been salivating in expectation of a filet minion with a comb over.

    The progressive politicos and media are INVESTED in “muh Russia.” Trump’s “criminality” is an article of FAITH for them. So what’s the political fallout going to be when, it turns out, Mueller has discovered that “there’s no there there”?

    What the fallout might be from that turn of events, and how to handle it, that may be what Barr is being tasked with.

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  36. Latina says:

    Sessions was supposed to be the best, he was so clean, not compromised, etc.
    Muller is supposed to the best, and Comey and RR, they are all the best according to everyone, until they get to work and disappoint.

    I hope Barr is different. I really do, it takes one good person to change the world. He could be our Sergio Moro. If we don’t see arrests soon we will know it’s another false hope.

    We need some arrestssssss.

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    • Shop says:

      Barr is as swampy as they come.

      “In 1992, Barr helped draft a surveillance program for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), which saw the agency beginning to amass phone call data and order telecommunications companies to covertly turn over records on all phone calls made from the U.S. to a list of other countries (which eventually, according to the ACLU, became “well over 100 nations”).

      The program was drafted by Barr and his deputy at the Justice Department, Robert Mueller. That’s the same Robert Mueller carrying out the investigation into allegations of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and the officials of the Russian federation, and the same investigator whom some worry Barr will fire should he become attorney general.

      Barr and Mueller’s DEA program went on to become the “blueprint” for the National Security Agency’s mass cell-phone surveillance program under the 2001 Patriot Act. Barr later argued that the illegal surveillance and all the other abuses of the draconian post-9/11 security bill did not go far enough.

      During the administration of George W. Bush, Barr worked as a lobbyist for Verizon, taking up such causes as getting a bill through Congress that would immunize telecom giants from lawsuits by people illegally surveilled with the telecoms’ assistance.”

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  37. Latina says:

    Anything other than cleaning up corruption and arresting ALL involved is not enough.
    Some arrests, not enough!
    Some justice, not enough.
    The Gov needs to be purged of Swampy criminals.

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  38. Dutchman says:

    Where/when do we reach the ‘tipping point’, where TPTB and the institutions themselves ‘tip’ from seeing the cover up as PROTECTING the institutions, to seeing it as THREATENING the institutions?

    Have we reached it yet?

    When we reach it, the institutions survival instinct will kick in, and its like gravity.

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  39. jackphatz says:

    Well something is really off right now. We have Barr’s conformation hearings with no apparent opposition from the peanut gallery. Of course, the shutdown, but we know the Dem’s don’t really care about that. What’s eerily off is the sounds of silence from the folks of the previous admin. Even Brennan is silent. Are any of them still in the country? It seemed like once the Dem’s won the House they just disappeared.
    Something’s up.

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  40. thegoosefish says:

    Relax people, Barr will work out fine. Nothing crazy, just stability is all we’re looking for.

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  41. Mike in a Truck says:

    Im sure the lovely and luscious Nellie Ohr broadcasts those bible studies on her short wave radio set.

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  42. Therapeutic Masculinity says:

    Hey Mike in a Truck.” The lovely and luscious Nellie Ohr” ? Now there’s an arresting image. Step right up folks. See the freaks, only 1 thin dime…

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  43. Pyrthroes says:

    Sessions, Huber, Wray… color us skeptical on Barr. Let’s face it– other than self-aggrandizing careerists, anyone of ability, character, integrity would have avoided DC in general and its insufferably corrupt Fourth Branch entities like a rat-infested plague since 1992.

    Of course, that does set your curiculum vitae back a bit. It sure did mine.

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  44. frank field says:

    In times like these my hope in seeing the swamp drained rises and subsides.

    Ultimately, I trust The Lord and refer to Scripture like Psalm 33:10-12 ESV.

    I hope the DeGenova’s are dead on!

    DRAIN IT

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  45. EarthGirl says:

    Watching this interview gave me some hope. I hold these two in high regard, and they seem to have complete faith that Barr will do the job needed. I sure hope so. If the corrupt traitors are not held accountable, I don’t see the American people regaining any faith in their government.

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  46. Rynn69 says:

    Sally Yates is a female John Brennan. A contemptuous woman. Never, ever should be allowed to practice law again, never should be a public servant period.

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  47. Rynn69 says:

    Bill Barr has a clear choice – either do nothing and destroy America’s foundation of justice by failing to prosecute and punish every single person involved in this coup or save America. You are either for 300+ million people or a small group of corrupted political officials.

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