Another Inspector General Investigation Outlines FBI Corruption – Another DOJ “Declined Prosecution”

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) completes another investigation of an FBI Supervisory Special Agent finding unlawful and unethical conduct. Unfortunately, despite the findings, the DOJ again declines prosecution.

Worth noting: Robert Mueller and Andrew Weissmann prosecuted Michael Cohen for fraudulent mortgage documents; the exact same activity the DOJ has declined prosecution for against this FBI Supervisory Special Agent…. Two-tiered justice.

If it was the intention of FBI Director Christopher Wray and/or AAG Matt Whitaker to eliminate corrupt behavior within the leadership ranks of the DOJ/FBI; and if it was their intention to rebuild public confidence, this would not be the approach:

(Source Link)

A year ago FBI Director Christopher Wray stated he was immediately instructing all levels of FBI leadership to initiate additional training.  A year ago the same OIG delivered the following summary of investigative finding within the FBI:

(Link to 568-page Previous IG Report)

It does not appear much is changed…

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258 Responses to Another Inspector General Investigation Outlines FBI Corruption – Another DOJ “Declined Prosecution”

  1. Logger says:

    At the very least, can the tax payers have this SSA’s name? I want to know who did these things and got off scot-free.

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    • Dennis says:

      How about them paying an income tax on the value of the benefit they receive. Instead they get no negative feed back at all.

      I rather think nothing happened or is going to happen either. They all think they are above the law. Just think, the revelations over the past two years is that they are out of control and do what they want. The level of complicity is revealed by how many so called “good agents” that we are assured exist don’t report behavior and activities that we see surfacing.

      Of course the last two years is what has been discovered, how much is not. They even tried to cover up how much was spent on office furnishings by blocking out the reference and calling it classified. If they are trying to hide over priced office furniture by perverting the classification system and attempting to hide that, what is the full limit of their lawlessness?

      All this is an example of what the Framers spoke of when they told us to trust no one in government. They can’t handle power and will always seek to gain more, lawfully or not!

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  2. :-) says:

    These are Trump appointees in charge. Just sayin’.

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    • clairebee says:

      🙂 That’s about as tired of a statement as I’ve heard.

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    • littlequilterkitty says:

      Not all are appointees. Obviously these people are more concerned about answering to someone other than the President.

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      • Randolph Scott says:

        Are the Sons of Bitches in the DOJ the only people who have prosecution abilities in DC? It is getting closer to time to place all of the DOJ in jail.

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    • Jason says:

      pretty clear that some people advising Trump arent very clued in to the extent of the corruption or they are *very* clued in and advising him accordingly

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    • RLTW says:

      Wake up. The Deep State will only recommend other Deep State and only those of, for and by and of the Deep State will ever be approved BY THE DEEP STATE (Bill Barr). Otherwise President Trump would appoint Sydney Powell as AG.

      “Just sayin?” Man, if I was drinking a beer with you right now and you made that comment I would punch you in the mouth. After everything that’s happened you still don’t get it?

      You expect Trump to pull us out of this mess single-handedly? He probably can and will. He is truly The Man of Steel. But I’ll be ashamed if We The People don’t help him out at least a little bit at some point.

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      • TJ says:

        To find an elementary footing on the subject, let’s play a word association game. You say Attorney General Sessions, I say Chuck Cooper.

        Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein? Chuck Cooper. Former Assistant AG Rachel Brand? Chuck Cooper. Acting Assistant AG Jesse Panuccio? Chuck Cooper. Solicitor General Noel Francisco? Chuck Cooper. Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz? Chuck Cooper.

        I think you get the point. There’s no separating the native Alabaman and longtime DC super lawyer from our current situation. If you need further validation of Cooper’s influence, know that he seamlessly transformed from ardent Ted Cruz supporter and advisor, to the chief architect of Trump’s Justice Department.

        If that makes you a little squeamish, you’re not alone. The more one peels back the layers of this particular onion, the more one sees a complex and hardly subtle establishment matrix built to box in President Trump.

        Grounded Ambition: How Jeff Sessions’ Dream Job Became A Nightmare
        http://wickmediaproductions.com/2018/06/04/grounded-ambition-how-jeff-sessions-dream-job-became-a-nightmare/

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      • Aeyrie says:

        Not in agreement with the mouth punching part but I do agree we need to do more to help out our President more.

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    • Richard Orberson says:

      Just saying you don’t think before you speak

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    • John W says:

      First Sessions turns out to be a limp waisted nothing. Then Wray turns out to be a nothing. Then Whittaker—nothing. Anybody catching on to a pattern developing? Either Trump knowingly places deep state trolls in positions of importance so they can do the bidding of their true masters—not Trump—OR—Trump is allowing a traitor or an idiot to do the recommendations and hiring or he is being undercut. He can’t be a brilliant strategist and an idiot who fails to catch on to the most obvious bits of evidence showing someone is stabbing him in the back—and then also be too weak to take that person out of the equation. The only changes taking place are the names of the people who are traitors or incompetent to a ridiculous extent. I’m beginning to think Trump is just part of a plan to prolong a series of distractions while something much darker is taking place behind the scenes in hushed tones among those who are best described as deep state trolls. As far as this sort of intrigue goes there are democrats or republicans—only traitors. I’ll give you 3 guesses as to who the intended victims are of this scheme.

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  3. mazziflol says:

    Why wont President trump address this publicly and put a spot light on it? Call for action?

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    • Conservativeinny says:

      That is a good question! I keep hoping the President will do so but he has not.

      As far as I can see, the coup is still going kn

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    • lisa belanger says:

      after the report comes out wait and see he wil expos the corruption

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      • mazziflol says:

        Oh…ok. More wait and trust the plan huh?

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      • I’m afraid if the President waits until the report comes out, it will be too late. If he does not address the FBI/DOJ corruption now it will appear he is merely retaliating after it does come out. Mueller has effectively shut down any “honest” investigations of DOJ/FBI corruption due to his “on going” investigation. SAD

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        • Marsha Frey says:

          Edmund Burke, a 17th century British statesman said…”the only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” There are many “good men” in various positions who could step forward and stop this evil. My question is why don’t they — fear of their job/position? Fear for their lives? Probably. But the time has come for someone to make a difference, and for us to support them with our protests. It could be someone in the FBI or DOJ who have the facts to throw these seditious ones in jail. It could be a Senator/Congressman who asks the DOJ to indite those already found corrupt such as Ohr, McCabe, et al… and then sends them to the courts. There must be some way – “good men” do not sit on their okoles and just watch evil happen.

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        • Apollo says:

          Yes. We may already have passed “too late”.

          This needed to come out before the midterms.

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  4. Pale rider says:

    The only time I saw fear in the eyes of congress critters was when the bounty hunters were after Clintons tax mishaps. They are true third party attack dogs. If there was anyway to sic them on a few of these corrupt DOJ or FBI people I’m sure Americans would pay. The criminals are running the government, of course they aren’t going to spoil the job.

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  5. modustollenz says:

    There is a flaw in our judicial system here if the institutions that are responsible for prosecuting these crimes decide not to without any accountability. Its one thing if they prosecuted poorly or didn’t have enough evidence to warrant a case but this is clear cut abuse of power. Is there any recourse for normal citizens to file charges? a citizen can make a citizen arrest, correct? Is there a way for citizens to force the Gov’t to do its job? Even if its a civil suit, there HAS to be a legal response to this or it will remove any impediment to further abuse. A system of checks and balances only works if the checks are made against the imbalances!

    I keep thinking back to the opening of the Declaration of Independence – “That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

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    • Jeff P. says:

      We need a Revolution, Civil War, what ever you want to call it. But it needs to happen Now while Trump is still in office so we will have the Military backing US. If it happens while Demons are in power they WOULD turn OUR military Against US. Just saying some Truth…

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      • Dumbplumber says:

        Better watch any comments to violence or retribution. I was blacklisted by Sundance two years ago and have refused to comment since. I mentioned then that I could have stopped this lunacy in two weeks with some careful elimination, in the interest of the nation and Boom I was history. Well look at what we have now!

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        • James Carpenter says:

          True civil war, especially when it can only be waged asymmetricaly, is not the stuff of polite conversation. Nor do its demands and descriptions spare a sensitive nature.
          As it stands now across many sites, the list is growing of “key words” that trigger banishment or censorship. “Key ideas”, that is, ideas expressed which include violence are particularly vulnerable.
          It is very possible to even run afoul repeating that famous quote of Claire Wolfe’s :”America is at that awkward stage; it’s too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.”

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    • TJ says:

      “May [our Declaration of Independence] be to the world, what I believe it will be (to some parts sooner, to others later, but finally to all), the signal of arousing men to burst the chains under which monkish ignorance and superstition had persuaded them to bind themselves, and to assume the blessings and security of self-government… All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man.” –Thomas Jefferson to Roger C. Weightman, 1826. ME 16:181

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  6. Sentient says:

    Hey Whitaker – We thought you might be an honest guy from Iowa. Turns out you’re a bum – another crooked insider Swamp Creature.

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    • dreamguardian007 says:

      He looked really strange in that presser last week. Didn’t seem like just nervous, not-used-to-being-in-the-spotlight sweat rolling off of him, but real internal conflict and “lack of candor”.

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    • vladdy says:

      I heard early on that he’s a friend of mule-er’s. That’s all it should take for all of to withdraw support for him. I’m one of the biggest Trumplicans around, but also do not see why action is not taken against these people. First, if they’re friends of mule-er’s, don’t care who recommends them —- do not appoint. Second, if someone does this same ol’ “do not indict,” fire them. I know, the press will go crazy. Maybe he’d have to hold 5-10-min long Oval Office speeches to explain it….I know, the nets won’t handle it…so put it online. But the one thing we cannot do is go on letting them hold to their two-tiered system.

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  7. redhotsnowman says:

    Wow. What a complete joke our DOJ/FBI are. Tic toc? Hmmm

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  8. Haveaspine says:

    Whitaker is another Sessions. What a disappointment. Wray is a lost cause.

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    • Hun Driver Widow says:

      How about sending all these comments to President Trump on his White House website!! If millions of comments are sent, I would hope he is told about the outrage among his base and he does something about We The People’s concerns relative to justice being served equally in this country.

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      • Done…… before reading comments.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        Hun, I did just that this morning. What prompted my letter was the article on American Thinker about Americans praying for him. I wanted him to know that this is true, and that I am one of them.

        I also told him that there was a cold anger that was building to a dangerous level over the blackmail that is obviously pervasive within the swamp.

        I also tried to contact the traitor McConnell. I could not get through either by phone or email. I think they shut it down to prevent us from having our voices heard. So, I Fedexed him a letter.

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    • Albertus Magnus says:

      PDJT didn’t fire Sessions because of the way he was overseeing all of this. He fired Sessions because the cover-up/DOJ clean up was taking too long and was interfering with MAGA priorities.

      Don’t think Sessions or Whitaker are traitors. They only thing that PDJT was unhappy about was THE LONG DRAWN OUT PROCESS.

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      • Conservativeinny says:

        You make a good point. Cleaning up DOJ and FBI are not part of MAGA.

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      • vladdy says:

        Wish I could believe that. Then why would Sessions speak up firmly and strongly only one time? And that was to “scold” PDT and remark on mule-er’s integrity? And how could Whittaker be a longtime friend of mule-er — how could he have any respect for a man with his past? Last, I’ve heard “wait till this—whatever one is coming next—report is out; THEN we’ll see” so many times, I’m weary to the bone. I really, really wish I could believe it and am saddened that I cannot.

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  9. Zorro says:

    Trust Stealth Matt.

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  10. loisplane says:

    “You don’t have to actually do anything, Matt, and it will look great on your resume.”

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  11. L4grasshopper says:

    There is a very good, but corrupt, reason why the DOJ is declining to indict anybody on any substantive charge: they are scared to death to get someone in a court of law where discovery and cross examination under oath would take place.

    For example, if this agent had been prosecuted, his defense would undoubtedly been full of testimony about who else knew what he was doing, and/or who else was doing it.

    This is why they didn’t go after that lead staffer for the corrupt Senate Intel committee. This is why…to this day….McCabe hasn’t been indicted. Or Strzock. Or Lisa Page. Or anyone else.

    It’s a house of cards, and the still corrupt upper mgt at DOJ and the FBI is terrified of legal proceedings on any of this.

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    • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

      ^^^This×1000.
      The enemy’s at the gate!!

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      • Jederman says:

        I agree with the sentiment but it’s worse. They’re already inside the wire and there is no QRF. PT can’t rely on, it seems, anyone in the DC bureaucracy for support.

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        • vladdy says:

          Sometimes I feel like PDT is akin to the little Dutch boy with his finger in the dike holding back the sea waters all by himself…except for having tens of millions standing behind him.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Not only that, but the lawyers representing the (ex)employee being prosecuted would probably raise the issue of so many gone before who were not prosecuted for the same crimes (unequal justice). I would bet they’re in the thousands.

      But that is not a valid excuse to not prosecute people who violate laws and do harm.
      The federal government in DC could be cleaned up by starting with one criminal and then keep going.
      As the old saying goes……
      Q: How do you eat an elephant?
      A: One bite at a time.

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    • TPW says:

      So they put their corruption in everyones face by applying the law differently….guess they think it won’t be noticed and better yet not reported.

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    • Slim Shady says:

      Bingo! Spot on, Grasshopper.

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    • Blind no longer says:

      Grasshopper you are 1000% spot on!! Not prosecuting is part of the cover up! No risk of anything coming to sunlight!

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    • Armchair Quarterback says:

      Truest statement typed today!

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    • Rob says:

      They don’t seem too concerned about prosecuting Roger Stone.

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  12. Albertus Magnus says:

    This is what is going to happen.

    The Russian probe has been stretched out to give Mueller and the DOJ to COVER all tracks of the bad guys. PDJT IS OK WITH THIS. PDJT NEVER wanted Hillary and company in jail…..but he DOES want the DOJ CLEANED up for the future.

    EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING we hear about from our side and their side is either kabuki theater OR issues/talking points created by both our enemies AND allies, WHO ARE NOT IN ON THE OVERALL PLAN. They are reactors, whether in Congress, CNN or FOX News. Both sides, feed the media storm as necessary because of what happens at the hands of these enemies and allies actions.

    If those not included in the plan on both sides, had simply not made these things into issues, this would have ALL been over and would have been a MUCH SMALLER happening and simply disappeared without much notice.

    In a month, a report will come out saying no collusion. Barr will be AG. Some of both sides will rant and rave. PDJT will do EXACTLY what he has ALWAYS done since his taking office…focus on MAGA and only respond when the teapot’s tempest threatens that agenda but never with any concrete action to address it…because all he wants is the DOJ/FBI clean up. Those voices that go on and on about it, will do so because they feed on anger/emotion and get rewarded by their like-minded public with donations, clicks, views and listen-tos.

    WATCH AND SEE.

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    • Conservativeinny says:

      I see no cleanup what so ever. It SOS, different day

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      • Albertus Magnus says:

        All of the indictments/convictions/guilty pleas so far were justified but an argument could be made that they were overblown.

        Whatever clean up that is or is not happening, is the responsibility of PDJT. HE chose Wray; HE keeps Rosenstein; HE doesn’t declassify; HE picked Barr; HE doesn’t declassify.

        Getting even is not his agenda. Cleaning it up and focusing on other MAGA issues is what he is about.

        Watch and See.

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          So why were we allowed to be gulled by “Build the wall.” “Lock her up.” I feel like a fool who was had. Fool me once and all of that. If putting a lying scumsucking murdering evil POS in jail for breaking every law in the USA is not a priority, what is? If she doesn’t face justice for breaking laws that would see me lethally injected within a year of conviction, how can I respect any law, law enforcement, or President in this country ever again?

          See how this plays out? Brandeis got it. In his Olmstead dissent he said “When the government becomes a lawbreaker it invites every man to become a law unto himself. It invites anarchy.”

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        • sedge2z says:

          Albertus, I understand what you are saying. Trump is not a vindictive person. Declassifying government records right now might spark unrest that we cannot contain.
          Mueller continues to erase facts of misconduct from history, but Trump is focused on the best future for The United States of America.
          POTUS is focused on MAGA. He needs US to be positive with him. Our common-sense is getting worn down by negative propaganda, yet POTUS forges ahead to clean up our government, and he chose the judicial system: the DOJ & FBI & all.

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          • noswamp says:

            It makes sense. I don’t like it. But it makes sense. Focused on MAGA.
            But it also could be a nice head fake. Once Mueller finishes his report, Trump may declassify everything. And why not? He needs to clean up shop and force the Dems to change the story. They will. And I suspect that they would work with him rather eagerly.

            In this scenario, they have high ranking folks going to jail that will force the dems to go easy on Trump after the declassification. AG may or may not prosecute key dems.

            Prosecutorial discretion goes both ways.

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          • Rob says:

            I agree. And this is the one path Trump is taking that the deep state did not anticipate.

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      • vladdy says:

        Ever notice how positive those predictions are….at the time? That’s another thing I’ve seen over and over…all the way to the standard use of “kabuki theatre.”

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Actually, what is going to happen is spelled out quite well (and understandably so) in the book of Revelations…

      …whose foretellings jibe all too well with the trajectory our society (and that of the world’s) long ago embarked upon (specifically, the giant turn during Clinton’s 1st term).

      Along this line of thought, it can be seen as foolish (however understandable) for PDJT to concern himself with the economy (ie. money) rather than confronting the corruption in DC (which is also motivated by…you guessed it….money). Understandable yes, but foolish, for darkness (ex: the pursuit of money) cannot drive out darkness.

      As scripture (ie. The word of God) asks:

      “What does it profit a man that he should gain the world but lose his soul (or that of his nation’s)?”

      More and more, I am fearing that PDJT is simply a sign of what might have been rather than what will be. Of course, this too is biblically sound theology.

      I’ve never hoped to be more wrong than I am about this. My consolation is the 2nd coming of Christ, which will be worth enduring any amount of darkness prior to his entrance into the world

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      • Albertus Magnus says:

        Easily could be. Like you, I support PDJT 100% but think that events and evil actors conspired to undermine his achieving all of his goals. How blessed we have been for all his HAS been able to do.

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      • sedge2z says:

        The quote “What does it profit a man………”

        Is that the Bible or Shakespeare?

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        • TMonroe says:

          Matthew 16:26. Here is the verse with surrounding context (verses 24-27) —

          “24Then Jesus said His to disciples, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me. 25For whoever might desire to save his life will lose it; but whoever might lose his life on account of Me will find it. 26For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, but loses his soul? Or what will a man give as an exchange for his soul? 27For the Son of Man is about to come in the glory His Father, with His angels, and then He will give to each according to his deeds.”

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          • sedge2z says:

            Thank you TMonroe for Matthew 16:26. I was misremembering (is that a word?) the quote about stealing a man’s good name. The Bible verse is – as always – much better! 🙂

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        • noswamp says:

          Bible.

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    • TPW says:

      Then I for one will be very unhappy because without punishment the level of corruption will increase exponentially

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    • MS Idaho says:

      Albertus M…. I concur.
      People seem to forget that one of VSGPDJT’s goals is the reorganization of the gummit. The shutdown gives him a certain kind of leverage and possible RIF. Freezing the debt ceiling gives him a different kind of leverage. Probably the border crisis plays a part too. And all of the points you made fit.
      I lack the crystal ball that tells me HOW he is going to achieve his goals, but I do not doubt for a moment that he will. I am absolutely convinced that his solutions are NOTHING like the political ones hoped for and often expressed as wishes by the Treepers.
      Nobody ever said it was going to be easy. Nobody ever said it would be accomplished quickly. But then, the effort to ruin our constitutional republic has been going on a long, long time.
      We, out here in the weeds, can only watch, hope & pray for victory. As POTUS says, ‘they’ hate us – it’s just that he is in the way.
      I am really looking forward to tonight’s SOTU. I am betting it will be nothing like most folks expect it to be.

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    • Jederman says:

      “Draining the swamp” is limited to DOJ/FBI??? Almost all of his campaign rhetoric was to the effect, “…drain the swamp in DC…” as in all DC bureaucracy determined to be “swamp.”

      He knows we know that MAGA is useless and can be quickly reversed once he leaves office unless the swamp is neutralized. MAGA is completely incompatible with the swamp. It’s one or the other.

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  13. Lulu says:

    Question? Are readers at CTH talking about this to others?

    If you have social media are you discussing the corruption and sharing stories?

    Just this morning I spent twenty minutes explaining to my elementary age children that every member of Congress was corrupt and did not work for the American people. I explained how they got rich by selling their votes and that their one overriding goal was to remove President Trump because he wasn’t corrupt like them.

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    • Old Lady says:

      Good for you LuLu. Always good to educate your children, but I don’t see where that’s an imminent solution. Social media fair to President Trump? Nah, you’ll get silenced first.

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      • vladdy says:

        I am doing a lot of calling out hate speech, whenever the usual attempted “silencing” goes on, calling it what it is — hate and bigotry against those who are ideologically different — got fed up with the left setting themselves up as judge and jury and sending down decisions about what is and is not hate speech…who made them the ultimate deciders? THEY did…we can do the same. Look how DT did his jujitsu with the term “fake news.”

        Have been doing a lot of “calling our boys evil because they are white and Catholic” (not privileged — this isn’t Choate; it’s Covington Catholic) “is bigoted” and emphasizing that we know they are after our men(meaning conservative and trad men), and we stand with both our boys and our men when they are attacked.

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    • noswamp says:

      “Every member of Congress was corrupt and did not work for the American people”

      Certainly a majority. CoC folks all of them.

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  14. George 1 says:

    The laws are all designed so that the cabal can prosecute anyone they want. You can be prosecuted for example, for submitting an inaccurate mortgage loan application by underestimating your income by $10.00, for the year. Or forgetting to check a box.

    Some people I know are taken aback by the felonies charged by Mueller’s marauders. They believe the charged must have done some very bad things. But their eyes glaze over when I point out to them that if the feds wanted to harm them and did an investigation of the likes Mueller is conducting every one of them could be charged with multiple felonies.

    And, of course, the cabal also has the power to let anyone off the hook they choose.

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    • Zippy says:

      “The laws are all designed so that the cabal can prosecute anyone they want.”

      “Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime.” – Lavrentiy Beria, Stalin’s chief of security

      Book “Three Felonies A Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent” –

      “The average professional in this country wakes up in the morning, goes to work, comes home, eats dinner, and then goes to sleep, unaware that he or she has likely committed several federal crimes that day. Why? The volume of federal crimes in recent decades has increased well beyond the statute books and into the morass of the Code of Federal Regulations, handing federal prosecutors an additional trove of vague and exceedingly complex and technical prohibitions to stick on their hapless targets. The dangers spelled out in Three Felonies a Day do not apply solely to “white collar criminals,” state and local politicians, and professionals. No social class or profession is safe from this troubling form of social control by the executive branch, and nothing less than the integrity of our constitutional democracy hangs in the balance.”

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  15. Mncpo(ret) says:

    I am just so sick of this! We read about the injustice everyday. We bitch every day, we pray everyday. I’m. just. so. pissed. off. everyday.
    I don’t have the where with all to organize a march on DC, but, we desperately need the clarion call. I’ll drive, fly, rail road it, to get there! Give me a date and time! I’m beyond cold anger.

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  16. mtnforge says:

    This flea circus of Mueller and his palace coup co-conspirators is a clown show of illegitimacy. It is in the telling, just who do they suppose they are fooling? I know, it is all for creating the illusion of plausible deniability of a White House Coup. Yet this coup staging has gone on so long it is all but thread bare fake bread & circus.
    The absolute truth is no criminal enterprise, of the scope and scale of the “deep state” remains untouchable, (oh how despicable that phrase is, it imparts a certain level of pseudo-political-status upon nothing but a criminal gang of traitors and usurpers in Brooks Brothers suits posing as saintly high position government professionals, a contradiction in terms right there itself ).
    The law of unintended consequences are inviolate. An entire organized crime syndicate who hides behind the US Constitution make our just wrath and their richly earned comeuppance inevitable. One way or another. The warning on 11-8,9-2016, 64 million dirt people and Deplorable’s resoundingly sent to these crime syndicate bosses was a final major act of peaceful civilized redress. The fact these actors have chosen to double down, instead of backing off, leaves no doubt where this is heading. Aside from the truth they have passed the threshold of no return, they are now committed, like the pig.
    I hope Mr. President Trump is extra vigilant, He is a really great guy, who cares about what matters most, and the courage of but there for the grace of God he goes all true patriot warriors possess. I hope that he is surrounded by his trusted and loyal friends and allies, for it is pretty evident the time of Pelosi’s “trip” which Mr. Trump rightfully cancelled, which I would be very surprised Mr. Trump was not aware of, was actually a ruse of plausible deniability, so as the next in line, Pelosi, as the continuity of power would be Constitutionally placed in her hands, when Mr Trump and Mr Pence where ousted under whatever specious false flag event they had planned on staging.
    Mr Trump played some pretty good trump cards right there.
    I believe somebody up above is looking out for us and has Mr. Trump’s back.

    https://mtntopforge.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/inevitable-hillary-crowbar-hotel-tyson-quote.jpg?w=370&h=

    With each passing day, and the ever more egregious crimes they commit in their desperation to survive the crisis of their illegitimacy, is one more day they deny themselves a peaceful legitimate end to their high crimes and treason, eventually they become so odious only the most quick and final redress will satiate the cold anger of the people who they have utterly betrayed. By any measure here, nobody but themselves made them commit the scope and scale of treason, betrayal, the level of corruption without peer.
    History proves without doubt or fail, tyranny and tyrants who have reach the level of raw naked unlimited power never relinquish that power peacefully. Lets hope we become the exception for all our sakes and our civilization.

    https://mtntopforge.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/swamp-necktie.png?w=370&h=

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    • vladdy says:

      Speaking of “corruption without peer,” an “everything-the-left-does-is-wonderful” relative sent my husband an article praising migrants and saying we (the party, not us) are not good Christians. If it had come to me, I would have made sure to write this Catholic back asking how he felt about infanticide, and letting him know that Jesus didn’t mean literally, in a spiritual way, when he said “Let the little children come to me.”

      Of course, this dude is a Silicon Valley millionaire who owns a second home in Pebble Beach, so you’d best believe he’s not worried about migrants around his precious family. I DID say it was nice of him to throw some of his hate speech our way, but the dude (husband) is the mellow kind who wouldn’t repeat it, though he gets the point and sees the hypocracy.

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      • mtnforge says:

        You mean members of the human extinction movement?
        Anyone who see’s illegal immigration as anything other than invasion is a psychopath or self destructive. Every occurrence in history of alien invasion, without exception has led eventually to war.

        You got to ask, just who are the most dangerous enemies here.

        We have been betrayed by the entire swamp and the oligarchy. Flat out betrayed. If they are willing to go against the will of 64 million and quite a few more who put Mr. Trump in the whitehouse specifically to secure our borders, there is not much else for it but the begin hanging for treason, or worse measures. Because nothing else is going to release their grip on the levers of power.
        Fortunately, once that begins, they will fold fast. Making that happen is the tricky part.
        But the choices are stark. It is genocide of traditional White Christian Western culture of America, or looking like physical pogrom leading to genocide of people themselves, or going after these domestic and foreign enemies with a bone in our teeth. These are the underlying choices. They are stark. But ignoring them because they are uncomfortable choices will not make them go away.
        Never, no matter what, give up your guns.
        Thing is right now, Its not difficult.
        They must go back
        Build The Big Beautiful Wall
        Nothing less
        End of discussion.

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  17. ltravisjr says:

    Ok, I don’t completely understand all this. Here is what I see. Horowitz (OIG) investigated and found an FBI agent broke laws. Horowitz reported the findings to the AG (Wray or Whitaker) and the AG declined to prosecute. Finally Horowitz gives the report to the FBI itself to take action. So…

    What kind of action would the FBI take? Some sort of internal wrist slap? Seems odd to send the report “down” after sending out “up” did no good.

    Also, which AG refused to prosecute? Wray or Whitaker? Horowitz’s report doesn’t say who, our when prosecution was declined. It could have been back in Wray’s time, correct? That would mean Whitaker had no opportunity to prosecute unless he ordered the investigation re-opened. Would that have been, our still could be, an option. He is Horowitz’s new boss after all.

    Speaking of Whitaker, why would he decline prosecution or not have Horowitz reopen the investigation if it’s an option? From his previous statements before becoming Interim AG, and from the reaction of the Dems, this is hardly a person to throw in with the corruption. Not saying he couldn’t but it just doesn’t make sense to me.

    I am not a “trust the plan” guy. I don’t think there is a plan to trust, or at least not one we thought we had any sort of lead on. I just think there is *something*, good our bad, that is at play and which we don’t realize.

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    • clairebee says:

      ltravisjr- the SSA resigned from the FBI, so he/she is not there anymore to get wrist-slap, et al.

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    • LBB says:

      Sometimes it can be as simple of weighing out the cost of going to court. The SSA quit before investigation finished. Alters choices. Can it be referred now to a court that has jurisdiction where SSA lives.

      I feel the mortgage should rank higher than usual considering they charged Manafort with similar crime. You can’t falsify the financial and/or reason for applying for the loan. Period.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Horowitz can find a crime but there is no prosecution. Mulesazz can find a process crime and the poor SOB sits in solitary without being sentenced. Fair. Don’t you think?

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      • anniefannie says:

        Horowitz is an IG. He can only recommend. Mueller is a Special Counsel. He can not only charge people, he can darned near waterboard them. And the Dems approve.

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  18. waicool says:

    wattaya gonna do? maybe contact CIGIE Chair-Michael E. Horowitz-Inspector General and let him and the CIGIE “Integrity” committee know about this, you know, just in case they missed it, for their explanation.

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  19. Daniel says:

    The very moment this Mueller thing is done is the very moment Trump should order the houses to be cleaned out. Start with the DOJ and FBI and continue on with the illegal activities of the Senate and House of Representatives.

    It is beyond clear nothing effective will happen using the standard system. And it’s either accept it and be a good little whipped conservative, or demand Trump use his war powers to charge and try them under military tribunals. I want my sons to grow old in a GREAT country, not a defeated and diminished one under communist rule.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Everybody gets a Termination Notice. They are then free to re-apply for their old job if they agree to taking a standard polygraph test and a hair sample drug test. Want some new faces and competent employees? That would be a good start.

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      • anniefannie says:

        JustUs has it stuck in and broken off. Everyone who goes to court should plead “The Department of JustUs your honor”. Not guilty or not guilty. Why not. They don’t have to follow the same rules!!

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    • PDJT may be gone before Mueller is.

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  20. G. Combs says:

    If prosecuted ALL the cases this agent was part of would be open for review and cases would be tossed. Criminals would go free. I think that may be why we are not seeing anything happening.

    However I still want Arrests and prison terms!

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  21. Doc Moore says:

    It seems simple enough to assume anyone who clicks here is utterly aware that we absolutely, undeniably, obviously and with huge supporting PROOF…KNOW that the justice system is 2-tierd and as corrupt as Vegas.

    Let’s hear a plan to do something about it.

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  22. Moultrie Flag says:

    Please tell me again how the answer to this is “doing research” on local party nominees.

    I am embarrassed by the lack of ANY backlash from our country.

    No tractors, no semis.

    Just keyboards full of hope.

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  23. As I have stated many times before, the CORRUPTION within the DOJ & FBI has been in existence since FDR appointed J. Edgar Hoover FBI Director and Homer S. Cummings AG of the DOJ. Both used their Power to Intimidate, Prosecute & Blackmail all Political Opponents to FDR. Corruption is like a Metastasized Cancer. The spread is Pervasive and Fatal. The only way to rid yourself of Cancer is to Excise it.
    The same should be done with both the DOJ & FBI.

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  24. freepetta says:

    The plan is that there is no plan!!

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  25. gildie says:

    I think Trump isn’t cleaning up the DOJ & the FBI because he knows it’s not possible.
    Remember is was said Trump isn’t going to waste his time looking for perfect solutions. He will look for the best PRACTICAL solutions, than keep moving forward. I would add he’s also not going to waste time on HOPELESS situations.
    The political machinery is just too strong for him to dismantle in the time he has. So he’ll continue to do great things for the economy & in the foreign policy arena where he CAN effect change.
    It’s looking more & more the REAL swamp cleaning will be left up to us. Because it will be bloody. Because it’ll be the 2nd American Revolution. Because 40,000,000 heavily armed, fed-up & pissed-off patriots marching on Washington is the ONLY move we’ll have left after
    Trump leaves office.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      This is the Third American Revolution. The Reagan Revolution was the Second American Revolution. I have the book–we studied it in Political Science class in High School in 1981.

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  26. Redhotrugmama says:

    Surprise. Surprise (in the voice of Gomer Pyle). Wray=Comey=Sessions=Rosenstein=Whitaker……they are all garbage……one in the same. Our country is done for if PDT does now win re-election. As it stands right now he is pretty much a lame duck and controlled by Mitch the………b

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  27. Firefly says:

    At a.restaurant even Dems we’re coming up to Roger Stone expressing upset with the FBI tactics. Looks like many Dems are fed up with the radical left too. PTrump has a 48% favorable rating. As long as PTrump has a high poll the gop and Dems need to be careful trumping up stuff on the president as a soft coup tactic.People are figuring out PTrump is on We the people’s side- and many of our representatives aren’t.

    Waiting to hear how the Lindsey Graham briefing from the FBZi went. That might give us an ideal is Lindey is just acting in a Kubuki theatre- or sincerely is trying to clean things up.

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  28. Rose says:

    So far they’ve refused to charge one single dirty cop that worked for the FBI that’s some track record, that’s not a thin blue line that a forking big ole honking six foot blue wall.

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  29. TPW says:

    My small part ….every time I hear of something like this I will contact 5 key people, Done. Trump, Gommer, Jordan, Radcliff, Rush and popular local radio personality.

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  30. Moultrie Flag says:

    Not one person held to account.

    Let that sink in, and tell me where the rule of law in our country is.

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  31. anniefannie says:

    JustUs has it stuck in and broken off. Everyone who goes to court should plead “The Department of JustUs your honor”. Not guilty or not guilty. Why not. They don’t have to follow the same rules!!

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  32. Fools Gold says:

    Sounds like small fry to me but we need a name and specifics of transactions. This is something FBI should be able handle internally, not enough details from FBI stand point.?keep in my mind I want large Fish to fry, not chumps who should be fired by the GBI. Besides DOJ shouldn’t be wasting time on small fry when it’s something internally wrong with FBI. If Wray does nothing he should be fired tomorrow. We’ll see.

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  33. Laramie Evan says:

    That last block quote, addressing illegal and frequent FBI contacts with the media, is now ripe for re-discussion for another reason. Gateway Pundit reports today that there’s evidence the Special Counsel’s office sent an unfiled copy of the indictment as to Roger Stone over to CNN to tip them off about the raid. Now, we all knew this was likely the reason CNN was there, but now we appear to have proof of it.

    The metadata on the unfiled indictment is said to bear the initials AAW. Here, the metadata is a little like the author’s name when you’re redlining a Word document — it shows the owner of the copy of the software used to prepare the indictment. AAW would appear to be Andrew A. Weissman, lead prosecutor on Mueller’s team. Thus, there now appears to be hard evidence that Mueller’s team has broken the law.

    Heads will roll? Not likely. They should, and this whole sham inquiry should be shut down, but it’s not likely anyone beyond a few conservative websites paying attention will pay any heed. It’s a sad and broken state of affairs.

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  34. kltk1 says:

    What we’re learning from all of this is that there’s a distinction between exposure and being held accountable. Having all the investigations in the world, and exposing every imaginable wrongdoing means nothing if no one is held accountable. Sad.

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  35. Blind no longer says:

    Grasshopper had it correct above. No one is or has been prosecuted because of fear of discovery in trial. McCabe said he would plead not guilty and take everybody down with him. They (DOJ/FBI) are terrified to prosecute…just think what, and more importantly WHO would come out. It really is a House of Cards like Grasshopper said.

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  36. Judiciary says:

    The problem at the FBI is not the policy but the people who should have been fired once the kickbacks from media were discovered. Now, those same offenders will just be more careful to hide their taking of bribes. All of these investigations without penalty merely condone the damnable behavior, thereby ensuring no change whatsoever in the condemned “cultural attitude” at the FBI and DoJ.

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  37. namberak says:

    We used to call this a ‘get out of jail free’ card. 😦

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  38. Thomas Bean says:

    There’s a lot worse scandals involving FBI-DOJ complicity with a variety of high crimes and outrageous Gov conduct that could “shock the judicial conscience”.

    Abuse of discretion by FBI-DOJ? Selective hypocritical enforcement of the sundry laws?

    Welcome to the bogus lying punk police state running two never ending wars on US citizens.

    Cheney’s South Dakota murders aided and abetted by FBI DITU abusing The Patriot Act?!

    Terry Nelson’s FBI cocaine distribution in Montana?

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  39. Funny, that press release was written in exactly the same structure as Comey’s exoneration of Hillary. ‘Here’s all the specific details of multiple felonies that we’ve previously used to arrest others. But the DOJ declines to prosecute our friends and co-workers.’

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  40. The corruption is hair-raising, but sadly not all that uncommon or unheard of among government employees. My brother-in-law is a civilian DOD employee who works in the facilities maintenance department of a military base. He told me how one of his colleagues in the construction department used government money to purchase roofing supplies and construction material to use on jobs he performed on the side as a general contractor. Over a period of many years the embezzlement and diversion of public funds ran into the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

    When the theft was finally discovered he was placed on administrative leave pending disciplinary action. He had the good sense to die of a heart attack while that was underway.

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  41. Bill Henslee says:

    The Inspector General needs to make a report on WHO in the DOJ chain of command signed off on declining prosecution and the reasons for taking no action on a documented criminal referral. The only way to stop the criminal coverups is to expose them by name and deed.

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