Part II – The Presidential Declassification Counter-Punch….

The background here is that any unilateral declassification by President Trump will end up putting him in opposition to a variety of corrupt interests. As a direct result he will be facing legal action from the legislative branch. With that accepted, here is the most strategic approach.

In anticipation of litigation:

President Trump informs the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, that he wishes to have a full intelligence briefing on the following documents:

  • All versions of the Carter Page FISA applications (DOJ) (FBI) (ODNI).
  • All of the Bruce Ohr 302’s filled out by the FBI. (FBI) (ODNI)
  • All of Bruce Ohr’s emails (FBI) (DOJ) (CIA) (ODNI)
  • All relevant documents pertaining to the supportive material within the FISA application. (FBI) (DOJ-NSD ) (DoS) (CIA) (DNI) (NSA) (ODNI);
  • All supportive documents and material provided by Bruce Ohr to the FBI. (FBI)
  • All intelligence documents that were presented to the Gang of Eight in 2016 that pertain to the FISA application used against U.S. person Carter Page; including all intelligence documents that may not have been presented to the FISA Court. (CIA) (FBI) (DOJ) (ODNI) (DoS) (NSA)
  • All unredacted text messages and email content between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok on all devices. (FBI) (DOJ) (DOJ-NSD) (ODNI)
  • The originating CIA “EC” or two-page electronic communication from former CIA Director John Brennan to FBI Director James Comey that started Operation Crossfire Hurricane in July 2016. (CIA) (FBI) (ODNI)
  • The full and unredacted April 2017 FISA court 99-page opinion written by Presiding Judge Rosemary Collyer outlining the compliance audit conducted by the NSA in 2016. (NSA) (ODNI) (DOJ) (FBI) (DOJ-NSD)

The President selects a date for this briefing and informs the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, to inform and coordinate with all executive branch lead intelligence officials, who were/are stakeholders in the compartmented intelligence products as described above, of their request be present for the briefing.

Further, all of the compartmented intelligence is to be collectively assembled by the ODNI into one volume of a singular Presidential Daily Briefing (PDB).  There are to be eighteen printed copies of the PDB assembled and secured for the briefing.

Additionally, the office of the president informs the ODNI of the executives’ intent to invite for the briefing each member of the Intelligence Community legislative oversight known as the Gang-of-Eight.

And, after the briefing by the executive level department officials, while remaining in a closed and classified session, the full and comprehensive content of this collective intelligence product will be discussed with the full assembly of the U.S. Legislative Branch Intelligence Oversight known as the Gang of Eight.

Therefore, National Security Advisor John Bolton is instructed to coordinate with the ODNI for the attendance of the Gang of Eight: Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Minority leader Kevin McCarthy, HPSCI Chairman Adam Schiff, HPSCI Ranking Member Devin Nunes, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, SSCI Chairman Richard Burr and SSCI Vice-Chair Mark Warner.  [Topic “TBD”]

In order to facilitate the briefing. Each member of the participating group will be provided with one full printed copy of the material assembled by the ODNI during the briefing.

[Each of the participants carries the pre-requisite clearances, legal and constitutional authority to engage with the classified document according to their position and status. Only the executive can assemble the product for Go8 review and feedback]

At the conclusion of the briefing; and after hearing from, and engagement with, each of the participating members of the executive intelligence offices and duly authorized legislative oversight representatives; and after listening to their opinion as to the subject material discussed; the president announces to the fully assembled leadership of both the Executive and Legislative Branch it is his opinion the National Interests of the United States can best be served with the American people having a full, transparent and honest review of the material that was discussed.

The President, no-one else, only the President, then collects the printed portfolios as they were distributed to the participants, exits the briefing, and walks directly into the Press Briefing room within the White House; handing each of the awaiting twelve members of the national media a copy of the briefing material to be published on behalf of the American people.


Litigation begins.


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593 Responses to Part II – The Presidential Declassification Counter-Punch….

  1. Annie says:

    Only ONE thing missing: AS POTUS is walking to the briefing room, his secretary hits [SEND] on a PDF of it to post at the White House website. THAT way WE ALL get to see it as The White House intended NOT as it is filtered through the garbage propagandists assembled in the briefing room.

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  2. Rightaroundtheblock says:

    The Halderman Diaries, p26.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. kurt72 says:

    This would also screw up the media plans for SOTU coverage. A good thing.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Lucille says:

      Speaking of the SOTU, why does President Trump have to give a copy of his speech to anyone beforehand? The socialist female from Georgia, who Nance has deemed worthy to rebut the President’s speech, does NOT deserve to have a heads up, nor do any media outlets so they can lie with a few fake stats to back up their lies. Yeah, everyone would scream…so let ’em!

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  4. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    What was it again that evelyn farkas said?
    Farkas admitted that she “had a fear that somehow that information would disappear with the senior people [from the Obama administration] who left.”

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  5. Pyrthroes says:

    “Litigation” (from medicine’s “ligature”) means literally a binding, sewing (suture) or “tying up”– not a tourniquet to staunch blood-flow, but the sealing of a wound.

    Given the degraded, hyper-politicized nature of Trump’s hate-mongering, opportunistic, supremely dishonorable partisan opponents, piling legal-schmegal Ossa upon Pelion will devolve to a tu quoque PR exercise directed at, first, Ginsberg’s pending Court replacement (7th Circuit bencher Amy Barrett?); second at Election 2020, wherein Rats’ Gallery of Grotesques seems due for a shakeout comparable to those of 1972 and 1984 (McGovern and Schmondale).

    Accepting the inevitable capillary eruption, this take-it-public strategic indeed seems optimal: Lay out Muellerdom’s entire, unredacted 2-year seditious libel, and let 63 – 67+ million halfway decent, legitimate American voters be the judge (as they will in 21 months anyway).

    Kudos to Sundance/CTH for clarifying this politically strategic as well as tactical course, basically piping Deep State cobras back into their baskets. However Pelosi and Schumer et al. twist and writhe, hoping for a post-partum electoral infanticide akin to Cuomo’s death-eating New York State legislature, heartland voters are not the credulous dupes Rat jack-a-napes may think.

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  6. Hurrican hunter says:

    Nothing works without arrests.

    If this played out the way Sundance proposes– then the first thing the FBI does is pick up Don Jr and Jared and charge them with anything and everything remotely possible– thus setting the narrative that the President is just petulant and angry because his family is facing “justice.” (wink and nod- not to mention this makes the President look like the head of a crime family)

    Any reveal has to be timed with arrests– Thus stripping the power away from the culprits and making them defend themselves carrying the stigma of being indicted.

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      100% agree. This is absolutely key and said arrests should coincide with the President’s briefing. Said arrests would FORCE media coverage of who/what/why and turn the glare of the media upon the black hats.

      “Oh, and one last thing before you go, folks. While we’ve been meeting here Federal Marshalls have been conducting a series of felony arrests of numerous people we’ve been discussing here today, which I will be detailing in the presser which I’ll be conducting in just a few minutes from now. Now I’ll take those portfolios back from you. Thanks for coming in and have a MAGA day.”

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    • Tony Sherfinski says:

      A couple additional thoughts. Any such arrests require warrants – how do you keep this from the targets who run most Federal Law Enforcement and Counter Intelligence agencies? Not that I disagree with the need.

      Also need to immediately fire ALL Intelligence Agency heads. The FBI Director and ALL top deputies – say two levels down , before concluding the briefing.

      My concern is that this looks an awful lot like a Banana Republic situation. Very scary times indeed!

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      • Jederman says:

        Scary indeed, but much of this problem was created/flowered during our generation. For what it’s worth, I think it’s our generation that should clean it up.

        It’s bad enough we’ve handed our children, and theirs, huge debt that we created. Why should we hand them a corrupt, totalitarian governing system too?

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        • Judith says:

          And what did our parents hand us? Face it. They were sleeping at the wheel too. Suddenly this wonderful boob tube took over our lives. Everyone sat there chugging with Dean Martin. Yippee.

          What we have today is the direct result of generations of careful conditioning to believe everything they spoonfed to us.


        • Tony Sherfinski says:

          I agree completely. I was taught that if I broke it, then I fix it. Unfortunately, some days I think the only way to fix it, is straight out of a Tom Clancy novel. I’d love to hear POTUS start quoting parts of the Declaration of Independence in the next campaign.


      • OldParatrooper says:

        There are five “intelligence agencies” in the Intelligence Community. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the National Security Agency (NSA), the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), the National Geo-Spatial Intelligence Agency, and the Defense Intelligence Agency. Plus the FBI for Counterintelligence. Plus another ten “members” of the IC, agencies who have an Intelligence staff organization to support their non-intelligence main mission. Of these, only the Department of State’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research is suspect, since State was clearly on Hillary’s side in the email affair.

        DIA, NGA, and NRO don’t appear to have participated in the soft-coup. NSA appears to have either participated, or be used by Fusion GPS during the initial stages, but Admiral Rogers seems to have shut that down. (Adm Rogers was replaces by Gen Nakasone in any case).

        Why would you replace their directors if they weren’t involved?


    • Jederman says:

      So, I guess we’ll see what Barr is all about, once he’s confirmed. If they go that route.

      I agree, timing is critical. Formal charges need to be made (by a special DoJ team, working out of a nondescript building, in a SCIF) to prevent the usual. Fantasy. Probably.

      Without trials and jail time, it’s just more HRC special treatment.

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    • Mojo says:

      Good point.

      POTUS should have this ready to go +1 day after Mueller’s report. Otherwise DoJ will claim the slime “as part of an ongoing investigation (DJT Jr, Jared, whomever….)”.


    • Doug Jones says:

      Prior to the briefing I think Don Jr and Jared could go spend a few days relaxing at Camp David. No one is allowed into Camp without approval from POTUS. Not the FBI, Federal Marshall’s or anyone else.

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    • Louis Genevie says:

      The arrests that should take place are the arrests of just about every perp in the briefing room that sundance imagines. Maybe fox would be interested in filming their walk out of the White House, surrounded by a company of Marines.

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  7. ForGodandCountry says:

    Missing from Sundance’s list of documents are:

    – ALL documents related to media leaks and related media contacts, for example how the young slut (forgot this pigs name) from the NYTs slept with Feinstein’s aged former staffer who was the Chief of Security for the SSCI (and how he wasn’t charged with a felony for leaking classified info)
    – all names of current & former FBI agents discovered by OIG Horowitz to be illegally accepting bribes from media people (and their names)
    – etc., etc.

    The point is: the liberal MSM, writ large, and particularly the DC media, is absolutely a proactive, willing participant in the on-going corruption and…like all the other cockroaches scurrying around in the dark….needs to be exposed to the disinfectant of direct and intense sunlight.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      As Bongino said, they are not journalists; they are activists.

      May the new and improved way to refer to one of them would be to say “Journalistic Activist X wrote in her piece in (whichever outlet) dated (whatever date) that…”

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    • BurmaShave2 says:

      I would like to see added to the list ALL the names of all the individuals party to covering up the malfeasance revealed in the BIG REVEAL; that is: ALL the names of all the individuals involved in the document redactions. They are all part of this conspiracy to thwart the outcome of the election, and by inference the Republic itself.

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    • Jederman says:

      He may as well demand to have the Wiener laptop files distributed too. Let all the players know what is on the horizon, once the executive branch (plus gang of eight conspirators) are cleaned up.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Louis Genevie says:

      It would also be good to collect everything from the Wasserman-Shults saga, especially how her bother was appointed to head the investigation.


  8. JohninMK says:

    Does anyone have any information as to whether the President is aware of, or receives information from, this forum?


    • Judah says:

      Also my question. Is there anyone reading this who has the President’s ear? Sidney Powell, perhaps. She was just on Levin’s show and I think he has a way (Rush or Hannity) of getting to PDJT.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bubby says:

      I sent President Trump a copy on twitter. I’m sure other posters here have as well. It will get to him somehow. How he responds to it we’ll see! Godspeed President Trump!

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  9. JST1 says:

    What litigation?


  10. Forget MOABs, Big Uglies, Mueller’s report, IG reports and Chess 64d (or whatever you call it). Sundance’s analysis of a PDJT’s possible declassification counter-punch is imho DOOMSDAY.

    The big question is who it will be DOOMSDAY for – PDJT or “them”? SD’s possibility lays it all on the line – I like it. I hope PDJT goes for it before they keep attacking him.


  11. Just Me 65173 says:

    I appreciate all of your efforts, Sundance, I really do. But I have Mueller fatigue. I’m tired of waiting for things to happen. I hate to say it, but at this point, the President looks weak. He’s losing in the minds of many of his supporters.

    Something big needs to happen soon.

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    • Judith says:

      I was surprised the election fraud was so blatant in the midterms. What good is POTUS running around
      having MAGA rallies if our votes don’t count?

      I am very disappointed that isn’t election fraud isn’t under control yet. We stand to lose our Constitutional Republic if it continues unchallenged in 2020.


      • Maurice says:

        I concur
        the thing that worries me the most is fraud in our elections, if corrected they may find out that there arnt as many democrats as they think


  12. DonL says:

    All well and good with the briefing and the arrests, but wouldn’t that be rather cumbersome to be at so many politicians and agents homes simultaneously at 4:AM with weapons drawn?

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  13. Ospreyzone says:

    Now, THIS is how you kick over the table and send all of the chessmen onto the floor.
    Not that it matters, but it certainly has my imprimatur. Nice work, SD.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. Sherri Young says:

    Maybe this would keep John Bolton occupied so that he doesn’t start a hot war in South America. That stunt he pulled with “5,000 troups to Columbia” and nothing else written on his note pad and held for the press to see was blatant, incendiary, signaling. He is a warmongering flamethrower. This fight, not Venezuela, is where he should turn his attention no matter what his official job description may be. Unleash a destroyer like Bolton on the Deep State. They are the true enemy.

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    • kfish63 says:

      Nobody goes after the deep state while this Mueller investigation continues, for fear of an obstruction label. I believe the “good guys” are salivating in the wings waiting to pounce.

      Liked by 2 people

      • TPW says:

        Obstruction of what? Illegal Illigitimate SC? Obstruction of their criminal activity? Have to bite the bullet PT his the truth and law on his side to hell with political rules.


    • John-Y128 says:

      Maybe, that notepad message was for Maduro, to step down, delivered thru our press.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jederman says:

      He may well enjoy another war but I think the “5k troops…” on his legal pad was so conspicuous that it was intended to be seen.

      Clumsy as it appeared, I think Maduro was intended to see it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bob says:

      How many Cuban troops are in Venezuela now?
      Include all the plainclothes soldiers, all the uniformed troops patrolling the streets, all the secret police, and all the support personnel. Is it over 25,000?


  15. Bogeyfree says:

    Maybe what we should do is take Sundance idea, clean it up so it “fits” within verbiage rules and we blast 10,000 communication emails over to him basically saying,

    Mr. President, Please do this ASAP!


  16. Pyrran says:

    The spaghetti hits the fan and the fan is on high.
    It’s too bad this has to be done but I think the criminals have jammed up all of the judicial avenues, so it’s time to get down and dirty. Good luck to everyone on the team.

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  17. Jederman says:

    Contact the SOTU speechwriter. The plan is to be announced at the SOTU address.


  18. CM-TX says:

    The ONLY way to wake up the clueless, along with the mindless sheep being fed their opinions… SHOCK the SH!T out of them!

    You overload them with so much factual information– they can’t look away! The evidence by volume alone, should overwhelm. Becoming a burden on their psyche to not address it. Eventually, they all look. Even if only to find something, anything that supports their beliefs to the contrary.

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  19. rmramerica says:

    What makes you, Sundance, think that the Dems on the gang of 8, or for that matter any Dems, will show up? I doubt it. They can see a trap when someone is setting it in front of them. Now the Dems can claim they were not consulted. The never were privy to the debriefing (doesn’t matter if they chose not to attend, not in the court of public opinion) and don’t trust Trump appointed officials for a fair, exhaustive review.

    Great idea and publishing everything on the White House website is critical for a complete public disclosure. Have doubts Trump will do it. Too much bad advice within advisors. Ask Joe DiGenova what he thinks. My feeling is the investigation will go all the way up to the election to prevent this very thing from happening. It is a check-mate move. Put up or shut up…just doubt it will happen. Hope so though…


  20. TC Comics says:

    I think this is wonderful that you’re exposing this, but I respectfully disagree with your recommendation. Dumping a thick folder of confusing minutiae in a big press conference will not help. The MSM will simply ignore it, or say it’s a ploy to obstruct Mueller, etc. Like a tree falling in a forest.

    I suggest using a knife blade approach – take a similar situation such as Sharyl Attkisson’s lawsuit against the DOJ, and back it to the hilt. Follow the leads, find the bastards and turn them, one by one. Trump can say he’s defending press freedoms, and the fact that he finds other malfeasance is just a coincidence. The same players were involved in the Trump setup.

    All you need is one guy looking at jail time and the whole facade will come tumbling down.

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  21. TwoLaine says:

    ME LIKEY! 🙂 🙂 🙂


  22. franz dorn says:

    Additionally, have a retiring congressman read all the documents from the floor of house.


  23. Harvey Lipschitz says:

    The Mueller Weisman cartel have a history of refusing to comply with requests for production as does Rosenstein.

    Need a judge that would toss them in the slammer for contempt of court.

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  24. Paco Loco says:

    With the Dems now in a full court press to destroy Trump, it would seem that time is of the essence to reveal the treason committed by the Obama Whitehouse in SpyGate. The grand reveal of the skull dugery, as described by SD, must specifically ID the criminals that are sitting around the briefing table. While the meeting is underway, the DoJ should be simultaneously presenting indictments to a federal court and have the perps immediately taken into custody at the Whitehouse as they leave the meeting. Others like Brennan and Comey will be simultaneously arrested. BOOM! fate acomplis and the end of the Coup. The MSM will go ape shit so Trump had better be prepared to have Barr be the point man and deal with their hysterical reaction to the arrests and indictments.


  25. NJ Transplant says:

    The President also should have Rosenstein’s August letter to Mueller setting out the parameters of the investigation into “Russian Collusion.” That should also be released along with everything else. He has nothing to lose at this point.


  26. Jederman says:

    The only other stake holder I would consider is someone to represent the FISA court, unless they too fall completely under DoJ.


  27. Paco Loco says:

    John Roberts.


  28. BarneyRubble says:

    Pelosi = Mafia

    Hillary = Mafia


  29. mark says:

    Did I miss President Trump saying that he had read at least the FISA Docs? Last I knew was that he said he had not read them. If not who would have read them and informed the President?


  30. Get it done says:

    If Barr is involved, how can this be good. Isn’t Barr very deep state. And why did Trump pick a AG with a black hat. Be keeps making the same mistakes. Am i missing something here.


  31. john edward lorenz says:

    Look unless the POTUS releases the documents prior to Mueller’s BS report, they will be useless and looked upon as “sour grapes”. It really is the only possible way to get any indictments, acceptance or responsibility and accountability.


  32. Clarioncaller says:

    I’m pretty sure that President Trump would have to get prior approval for ANY declassification of documents from The Queens Privy Council.


  33. Mongo Mere Pawn says:

    Sundance, you should include in the declassification documentation the entire Buryakov file, including any and all surveillance conducted against Russian counterintelligence, FISA and otherwise, and who signed off on the applications for warrants and other authority to conduct such surveillance. Those documents will conclusively show that Carter Page was the mole used by the FBI Counterintelligence Division, that then FBI Director Mueller likely signed off on conducting surveillance in the private offices of Russian counterintelligence in New York – think about it, the FBI was not going to let some low level flunkie make that call, it likely had to have approval from the top, and that John Carlin and Preet Baraha were intending to call Page as a witness against Buryakov, not as a Russian agent, but as an American patriot, when they announced the plea agreement 10 days before Page joined the Trump campaign as an advisor. And who knows, maybe, just maybe, such documentation will show that, in seeking FISA authority to conduct surveillance on Buryakov and his Russian handlers, the DOJ and FBI identified Page as an FBI asset, then in October 2016 turned around and represented that he was a Russian agent to the same FISA court, possibly the same judge or judges, if you include all 4 applications. Buryakov has served his time, so the matter is closed. The DOJ announcement of the plea agreement clearly outlined how the surveillance was conducted; indeed, given that the Russians knew exactly handed them the folders containing the microphones, I’m surprised that Page actually traveled to Russia after the announcement. I would have been worried that I would have run into the guys I ratted out. So given the fact that it is a closed matter that cannot possibly reveal our practices and methods to the Russians, and because it facially has absolutely nothing to do with the 2016 campaign itself, but will reveal the machinations in play, I would add these documents to the list.
    Bottom line, the Buryakov documents will show conclusively that the upper levels of both the DOJ and the FBI knew exactly who Page was and that their representation in all 4 FISA applications that his attempted recruitment by the Russians was successful was known BS and a fraud upon the FISA court to obtain Title 1 surveillance on Donald Trump. This is the more important fraud compared with who prepared the Steele Dossier. The applications categorically lied about the attempted recruitment of Page by the Russians and Carlin knew it, thus his timely retirement.


  34. Andrew Campbell says:

    This reads like a script for the dramatic conclusion of a political thriller. I would think that the assembly of this comprehensive PDB (summaries of the unredacted material) must be produced by a thoroughly vetted team within the DNI to prevent leaks to the media.
    I think the President would be in a stronger position if he gave the Deep State a taste of their own medicine: secure the appointment of a Special Counsel with the mandate to investigate the unlawful use of the intelligence gathering and law enforcement apparatus of the US government against citizens of the United States with the intent of subverting the 2016 election (for starters).
    After William Barr is confirmed, share the assembled PDB with him FIRST and ask him; Do you believe there is probable cause of criminal activity? If so, what is your recommendation? Give him two weeks to review the unredacted material. If he does not recommend the appointment of a Special Counsel, demand his resignation (he’s part of the problem.) Otherwise, at the conclusion of the presentation of the PDB to the executive level department officials and the assembly of the U.S. Legislative Branch Intelligence Oversight, have the AG announce the appointment of a new Special Counsel and the scope of the investigation. Make clear that any litigation against the Office of the President or any members of the Trump Campaign or transition team may be perceived as obstruction because the new Special Counsel has custody of all material (testimony, documentation, email, text communication of the Mueller investigation team as material evidence in the new investigation. In other words, the new Special Counsel’s investigation is a shield for the President and all his associates until all the corrupt elements in this fiasco can be exposed, and indicted, as appropriate. All congressional investigations are stopped cold.
    The follow-on briefing to the press need not include copies of the PDB. That could certainly cause more trouble for the President. Instead, the President should have the AG announce the appointment of the new Special Counsel and an unclassified summary of the crimes (not the individuals) that the new Special Counsel will investigate. Let the Deep State actors suffer the endless speculation and questions of the MSM talking heads. Over the next 20 months, as the indictments roll out every few weeks, the narrative will turn in the President’s favor as the investigation spawns other long overdue investigations into the Clinton and Obama (and associates) criminal wrong doing. This could be President Trump’s greatest legacy; Restoring equal justice, under the law.


  35. OldParatrooper says:

    How can anyone object to the President declassifying and releasing all the relevant documents? After all, no intelligence source or method is so important that it must be protected at the cost of having a Russian spy in the White House. Right?

    Liked by 1 person

    • GREENMIRROR says:

      Mueller’s explanation is Trump has to be a spy if Trump obstructs the justice during “the course” of a special investigation by “leaking” classified information…how many years does it take to be certain the proof is rock solid! That in-itself casts sunlight on where the real source of decay in our Constitutional Republic.

      Nunes plan of creating more bureaucracy with a counsel to decide if changing a classification is correct or not is just as bad.


  36. OldParatrooper says:

    Another pig path that needs exploring is the relationship between John Brennan and the Brits. Did he violate EO 12333 by asking MI-6 and/or GCHQ to provide electronic surveillance Trump and his staff to replace Nellie Ohr’s access to the FISA Database?

    Also, who planted the Trump Tower bugs? Trump didn’t move his Transition staff to New Jersey because he thought the FBI couldn’t read his email and texts from a different building, but most likely because there were physical bugs emplanted in Trump Tower, as Peter Strozk said “a wire carrying current.”


  37. ShotDownInFlames says:

    May I suggest POTUS collects the printed portfolios BEFORE he “announces to the fully assembled leadership of both the Executive and Legislative Branch it is his opinion the National Interests of the United States can best be served with the American people having a full, transparent and honest review of the material that was discussed.”


  38. Iamcat says:



  39. jbrickley says:

    Sigh, the problem is vast I cannot see the end of it. I just have to maintain faith that things will work out in miraculous ways. So far so good. I couldn’t have imagined what’s happened so far. I would like to see an entirety of justice but I am afraid we may just have to do with removing these crooks from power.

    Were it not for the fact that POTUS is such a massive troll, they would still be in disguise hiding in the open. He triggers them so badly they have lost their dang minds. The base is now screaming and frothing at the mouth for Socialism and debasing themselves with sickening evil abortion laws. They do this because they are scared of RBG’s demise and replacement by Trump. They fear a Roe vs Wade reversal. They attack Pence because of his Christianity because they know if they do get Trump then Pence will be left standing as POTUS. They want to denounce God everywhere. I cannot believe the insanity that is being unleashed by the Democrats and the media is just fiddling like Nero. How much further into debauchery and madness can they go? Forget ‘Deplorable’ these people are despicable and downright evil. It’s right there, right out in front, in your face!

    I say it’s better that this continue to play out. The longer Trump plays this out the better. The opposition is only going to get even more crazy. Eventually there will be a tipping point when everyday people start waking up in large numbers. I think it’s already begun but good luck tracking those metrics. The record keepers are in cahoots.

    Let them persecute the Christians, that is the one thing that makes the faith grow. The entirety of life depends on strife to grow and advance. You don’t build muscle sitting on the couch, you do it by hard work that is painful. Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Every time they try to knock down and crush the faithful it grows in strength and spreads farther and faster. Don’t pray for faith unless you want to be tested and refined in the fiery furnace. God punishes those he loves. That is why the wicked seem to get away with their sin for so long. Yet,”you can run for a long long time but sooner or later God will cut you down”.

    God has put the right man for the job into the right place at the right time. Trump is no saint, preacher nor prophet but he is a mighty man of valor to step into that gap in the hedge and give the enemy what for. I don’t think anyone else could do the job like Trump is doing. He is absolutely immune to the attacks. Who else could stand there take this abuse and dish it out right back at them and keep it up for years? Seemingly day after day, it never ends. He gets zero credit in the press. He’s doing it because he truly cares.

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  40. railer says:

    No, it’s a bad idea to release everything en masse and publicly, as it’ll be over and forgotten soon after.

    Trump should first assemble the document our host mentions and take the cabinet officials’ briefing on it. He can tweet that he’s received that document and those briefings. He can even release the index page of the document to the G of 8, so they know exactly what he’s holding, although they’ll already know.

    That will knock the Swamp and Deep State back on their heels. He can even make a few cryptic tweets along the way, to help spur the conversation.

    Eventually, as the Muh Russia conspiracy continues to fall apart, as specific portions of it are investigated and questioned, he can do partial releases of specific portions of the portfolio, to answer questions raised. He’ll be feeding into a hungry audience at that point, not sending the whole thing into the memory hole.

    Follow this plan, and you can calibrate a response over time, rather than make an abrupt all or nothing response.

    Most of the dynamic happens out in the world, not in Washington office buildings. These things require time and patience. There is no magic bullet.

    The conspiracy was cooked up by a corrupt system, and the corrupt system still holds the high ground. If you attack them frontally, you will lose. You have to erode their position over time.


  41. Richard Orberson says:

    I don’t believe it will ever happen


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