Former FBI Officials React to Andrew McCabe’s Soft Coup Admissions…

Kevin Brock, former FBI assistant director for intelligence, and Terry Turchie, former deputy assistant director of the counterterrorism division, discuss former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe’s admissions of intent to usurp the presidency.

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354 Responses to Former FBI Officials React to Andrew McCabe’s Soft Coup Admissions…

  1. kogk1943 says:

    Just think. If it was ANY of us. We ALREADY be doing HARD time. Go figure?

    Liked by 14 people

  2. purpleibby says:

    One thing is clear, he and those working with him in this thing are more than willing to hurt this country to save their own arses. They don’t care who gets hurt in their quest for self-preservation.

    Liked by 13 people

  3. zozz1 says:

    The most important task right now is a deep, thorough dig into the FBI/DOJ swamp to expose, remove, and bring to justice all the anti-American infiltrators and implants who work against the country. This cannot be allowed to fester any longer. It may be a stinking mess, but so be it. Bring it into the light!

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    • Rich614 says:

      Everyone agrees on that – but who is going to bring the perps to justice? Those responsible for administering justice are the criminals in this case. Congress could probably help if they had not given all their power away years ago and if any of them were interested in anything besides getting reelected. Plus who knows how many of them are involved in the thuggery.

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      • Old Codger says:

        “…. and if any of them were interested in anything besides getting reelected.”

        If by “reelected” you mean “getting wealthy through the usual bribes”, then I would agree!

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      • joebkonobi says:

        The AG (Barr) has the authority to assigns Special Counsels. There is a way to expose and indict the traitors. Will it be done? Doubtful. Never has there been more of a need for an outside investigation into a political scandal than this scandal. If nothing is done we are not a Nation of laws anymore, just another banana republic and doomed to self destruction.

        I have emailed the AG demanding a Special Counsel. I would encourage everyone to do so. Just Google “email to Attorney General”. It’s simple, takes only minutes.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Actually congress did not abrogate their powers. They have chosen not to pursue oversight of wrong doing to a real legal conclusion. The bigger (real) issue is that many in congress, Democrat and Republican, were either directly involved or tacitly ignored the coup attempted after being informed. To support and even allow a clean-up to move forward will be a myriad of special elections to fill empty seats potentially vacated by Federal cases.

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      • sturmudgeon says:

        A very high number, or this would not have been allowed to occur.

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    • Jederman says:

      I agree. First secure your flanks. Then go after the DS writ large, other fed agencies, obama admin facilitators and obama/clinton/DNC and anywhere else this illegal activity occurred. Do SOMETHING about the “news” media. Review their agreement with the FCC or other governing bodies with interests. They are demonstrably not about ‘news.”

      Not since, oh I dunno, the JFK conspiracy has this country been this nuts. Extraordinary times require extraordinary measures, by extraordinary people.

      For those who worry about a “constitutional crisis” and the negative effects on the economy, I agree the economy is important. But it can’t be used as leverage to sue for peace. What’s the point in a truce that will last only as long as PT remains in office?

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  4. Firefly says:

    So it looks like the GOP knew of the investigation yet still did nothing- for 2 years.

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    • Carrie says:

      Let’s see what Nunes says about that.

      Liked by 11 people

      • dwpender says:

        Was this during the time period that Nunes was “recused?”

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        • thedoc00 says:

          It was part of the reason Nunes was recused and censured. He heard this information and likely confirmed it with his exposure of the information in the classified documents he read.

          This also explains why Republicans ran a fake outrage campaign as they demanded documents but never pursued any of their oversight duties to legal conclusions. This is the true meaning of Hillary’s quote, ” if Donald Trump wins we all hang”. A swamp clean up will potentially result in many empty seats on both sides of the aisle in congress due to Federal convictions related to the coup and election law violation.

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          • Bill Henslee says:

            I’m doing some research for publication. I hadn’t heard that particular Hillary quote. It sounds a little sketchy as to the unnamed source but it certainly agrees with her reported rants. It;s easy to see why most MSM reports went with the rant on Brazile rather than that other quote.

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    • Yep. They kept their distance, hoping Trump would go down and they could get back to business as usual.

      POTUS has no friends in the GOP, only people with mutual interests.

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      • Firefly says:

        All of the GOP saying let Mueller do his job “investigating” brings new meaning. It also explains why they didn’t want to know what’s in the Rosenstein scope memo. They put on a kabuki for their constituents.

        It’s going to get very ugly very soon.

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        • BroMole says:

          True. And we will be in a difficult dilemma: if you want to toss out GOP bums, you’re going to get more Democrats. If you get more Democrats, they are fully on board with this anti-republic move, so….

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          • John55 says:

            if you want to toss out GOP bums, you’re going to get more Democrats.

            Defeat the incumbent Republicans in the primary elections. Thee’s no reason why defeating e.g. Sasse and McConnell in the primaries should result in more Democrats.

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            • 1stgoblyn says:

              Voter fraud must be cleaned up if we are to ever have good governance. Commies run as both dim and repub depending on the make-up of their district.

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            • noswamp says:

              Except for the fact that the GOP is run by Romney’s niece. Swamp still in control. So McConnell will never get primaried, the GOP will never allow it.

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            • BroMole says:

              John not suggesting challenging at the primary is wrong… but if you do it all over the place (which is probably needed, its more than just McConnell), statistically its far riskier for the newbie. Even if the incumbent survives, he/she is also weakened.

              Would love to say it could be a carefully coordinated thing (only primary weak incumbents where the voting base will turn out regardless), but the voting process, unchecked fraud and dirty-handed tricks (like letting anyone vote in primaries)… and the localization of issues are chaotic by nature.

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    • LBB says:

      Andy says can’t talk about his lack of candor charges because of lawsuit he is about to open.

      12 min interview from above tweet

      https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/ex-fbi-official-mccabe-responds-to-lying-trump-attacks-calls-them-horrific/ar-BBTNspr?li=BBnb7Kz

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      You believe McCabe?

      Why?

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      • dawg says:

        Agree you have to take it with a grain of salt, but for what reason would he make that up?
        Do you doubt that that could be true? He said he was going to take down everyone with him, and I think this is just that.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          Well said. It is the conundrum of McCabe. He is the uncooperative designated fall guy for the conspiracy. All he says is plausibly true because his actions required informing the Gang of 8 and events as well as actions by the Gang of 8 (except Nunes) over the past 2-3 years seem to confirm his story.

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    • Pale rider says:

      The take away I got was he can tell anyone and everyone he committed treason and nothing will ever happen to him or his crew. He is boldly stating this before all of America and the world. How do you think others see us now?

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      • JL says:

        This is what the Constitution says treason is. It is the only criminal offense defined in our founding document.

        “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.”

        We shouldn’t throw that term around like the left does. It has a very specific meaning, and what was done in our Government was not treason.

        Sedition, on the other hand, seems to be pretty apropriate.

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    • John55 says:

      >>”So it looks like the GOP knew of the investigation yet still did nothing- for 2 years.”

      I would not say that they did nothing. They warned Trump not to try to shut down the phony “investigation” or they’d remove him from office. That counts as something.

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  5. The “rank and file” (field offices) of the DOJ and FBI are likely more corrupt and dangerous than the DC headquarters…..Why?

    Because they don’t have the whistleblower and investigative oversight that the DC offices have. Local newspapers no longer do investigative reporting and there is no “judicial watch” type looking over the shoulders of field operatives.

    Where have these guys been for the last two years?

    Has anyone of them written an op-ed piece?

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    • Zorro says:

      The reality of whistle blowing is the likely destruction of yourself and family. Few have the courage or resources to withstand that.

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      • BroMole says:

        Exactly. And who will you blow that whistle to? the complicit media whose narrative your whistle won’t fit? What do you think they will do with that?

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      • zorrorides says:

        So… Tell us how this reality correlates with noble, fine patriotic Americans who dare to fight the bad guys, aka our nation’s finest, so incorruptible, so brave, call them The Untouchables.

        FIB is a shame upon the citizens of America.

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      • Mark says:

        Yes, very true. Been there, done that. No one stands up for what’s right because they’re too afraid of repercussions. I had too many tell me exactly that when I stood up. They watched what happened to me and never said a word. Sorry, but you’ll find very little to NO help within the ranks. I finally quit and walked away from the gov’t. It’ll never get fixed. Ever. People who think that these gov’t agencies can be salvaged, redeemed, whatever are delusional. Why try to salvage people who won’t stand up and do the right thing? Trade out management and they’ll just go along to get along forever. I don’t trust anyone who works in gov’t anymore. Too many lies, agendas, save your own skin, don’t look, break regulations and laws, favoritism, mismanagement, etc etc etc to the nth degree. As far as I’m concerned, none of them are worth saving. They haven’t shown they can save themselves, let alone have someone try to save them.

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      • Baloney. You can give them a pass. I don’t. Especially the retired ones.

        Fidelity – Bravery – Integrity…………..a joke.

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  6. Linus in W.PA. says:

    When is Hell coming to breakfast?

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    • I won’t be fooled into thinking that again.
      It is more likely the Swamp won’t get past the “oh my what a shame” stage of outrage. No way they progress to retribution.

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      • Linus in W.PA. says:

        I hear you.

        But what we’ve seen is unprecedented corruption, and truly treason.

        We know the Trumpet has to pick his battles. I pray he has taken this on as a necessity.

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      • noswamp says:

        Don’t forget that the GOP is run by Romney’s niece. You really think that traitors like McConnell and Cornyn and others will get primaried? Now how will you do that?

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        • annieoakley says:

          The Republican Party is just dead in Colorado. I doesn’t even exist. Romney’s niece could not have cared less about any Republican in Colorado actually running against a Democrat.

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  7. So these guys stuck their wet finger in the air to decide which way the wind is blowing and rush to get on Ingraham and act all righteous ?

    Well, guess what, I don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind is blowing……….these FBI guys disgust me.

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  8. Need an “outside the swamp” person or entity to take over the FBI…perhaps someone from the US Marshal’s office or a retired JAG officer.

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  9. henry says:

    NOt sure where to post this?

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    • Yep. Uni Party !

      Spit.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      You believe McCabe the liar?

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      • Zorro says:

        Well if someone would ask Turtle, Ryano, and others, we could have a better measure on this point. But, yes, McCabe lacks candor.

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      • Has any of the Gang of 8 denied it ? This would be private testimony, they can de-classify and confirm the truth or lie.

        Yes, I believe he told the Gang of 8. He is a liar about somethings. But he also is arrogant, so of course he looped in the Gang of 8.

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    • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

      This at the same time he was lying to FBI and IG investigators.
      Plus, what does this say about jimmy the weasel NOT informing congress for 8 months for the very same issue???

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    • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

      Just a STUNNING quote from mccabe in this interview:

      “An investigative report includes all of the evidence,” he continued. “It includes all of the information, not just those facts that support the conclusion that you’d like to draw. So I have big problems with that report. I disagree with the conclusions they drew, and that is something that I’ll be raising in a civil lawsuit that I’ll be bringing against the Department of Justice.”

      Think about what he is saying in the context of the Carter Page FISA.

      WHAT A HYPOCRITE lying POS.

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    • dawg says:

      Uh, wow. I think the proverbial excrement is approaching the whirligig.

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      I’m not the official defender of McConnell, Ryan, et al, but:
      1) McCabe is currently working a divide-and-conquer operation. He has Conservatives guessing which two cabinet members were part of his coup. His Gang of 8 claim makes the Republican leadership appear to be in on it too. McCabe is a known liar. Why take the bait on his revelations?
      2) If any of us were McConnell, Ryan, etc., and the FBI Director came and said, “We have picked up indications that POTUS or some in his circle are compromised by Russia. Trump Tower Moscow, DeutscheBank Loans, etc. Sorry, can’t divulge all the details. We owe it to the country and the President to investigate and prove the truth one way or the other, and it has to be hush-hush for obvious reasons,” what are your options? Go public … and be accused of obstruction? Resist in private … and be accused of complicity and coverups? Go along and weaken the President, giving you leverage over the Executive branch. Gosh, which will it be.

      Gang of 8 types play everything to their personal advantage. McCabe need only have shaped the battlefield to make what he wanted coincide with that.

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  10. @6.45 Ingraham says “the entire FBI has to be dismantled and reborn to restore its integrity”………..

    yep. Burn it to the ground. The entire FBI.

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  11. StanH says:

    Well now, confirming what we knew,l AG Barr, what say you. We know that you are a legacy swamp beast, do you protect the Constitution and by extension the foundational structure of the USA, or, do you protect the corrupted bureaucracy?

    Thinking, productive America is watching, and your actions or lack thereof will determine the fate of our once great country. Or will you be a NWO globalist hack whose only concern is what’s best for the swamp.

    Choose wisely.

    MAGA…by adhering to our Founders wisdom “We are a country of laws, not men.”

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  12. I wish Ingraham asked these yokels what they thought of Mueller?

    That would be the test………..do they think the Mueller probe is legitimate ?

    Surprising they didn’t tie the Mueller probe into the coup………..

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  13. Bryan Alexander says:

    Why does no one come forward? Maybe because of this….

    https://www.voanews.com/a/nsa-can-access-computers-not-connected-to-internet/1830686.html

    That article is 5 years old. If this is true, and Congress and the Judiciary have all been briefed on this, who holds all the power in Washington? The Intelligence Community and the Politicians who support them.

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  14. William Moore says:

    Considering the number of secret interrogations that we have paid for and are not allowed to see, it seems substantially impossible that McCabe said anything not already known by people in positions to take criminal legal action. Maybe he’s publicly breaking new ground to sell his book so he can have a nest egg after he gets out of prison. If he does get convicted he can’t make money off his crimes, so NOW is the time to sell those books.

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    • Pale rider says:

      prison? Roseinstein is still in office. That is a huge indication of cell availability for treasonous perps.
      We have evolved into such enlightenment, (or stupidity in my opinion) that treason gets a “talking to”. And lies, rape, selling nukes to our enemies bla bla bla get a book deal.
      Now, candidates for elections look like colostomy bag contents.

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  15. Pristach says:

    Now is the time to release all the unredacted documents.

    McCabe just opened the door.

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  16. How much more evidence do we need of the absolute corruption that STILL EXISTS in the FBI and the DOJ before some action is taken against these CRIMINALS?

    In the past year or so that I’ve been at the Tree House, not a day goes by that some bombshell isn’t dropped that normally should be enough to put away at least half a dozen of these scumbags. Just Sundance alone has fully vetted and documented the felonious acts of wrongdoing that would be enough to put any one of us into a super max prison.

    Yet McCabe and his cronies just keep motoring along. Doing their book tours and repeating their lies day in an day out so that the average, know nothing American still thinks that our President Trump is some kind of Russian agent who stole the election from the Hag.

    SICK!

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  17. whjoe says:

    A few thoughts.
    Our President IMO has nailed 2 big speeches in a row. SOTU and yesterday.
    He appears extremely Presidential and really confident.
    This guy is not the pre campaign media PR image. He is more intelligent then most realized.
    Seems like he reads more news than I do. And he remembers what he reads.

    Brennan , Clapper , Comey met to push the dossier into the news using the President.
    We also know The President was asked to not declass by a 5 eyes ally.
    We know about Halper, Downer, Mifsud and the Israeli in reference to Papadopoulos.
    Everyone knows the dates and timelines. How the conspiracy started with the CIA set ups using foreign nationals. Progressed through the NSA with the illegal use of 702 process. To when that was stopped the FBI and DOJ conspiring to create the perception of crimes or process crimes.
    This is treason. And Sedition. Plain and simple. These US Government officials conspired with foreign powers to overthrow an elected President.

    The President IMO has known for a long time that not only the 4 depts. in the executive branch but, England , Australians, members of both parties (very important people) and members of the media conspired to do this.

    I see a thoughtful President. That loves his Country.
    What does he do?
    Some of this probably was hatched during the end of the 16 election in the same oval office he sits in everyday. He saw the logs which most likely showed all the visits by Simpson’s wife. Sorry to be long. He had this unraveled long ago.
    Where does POTUS go from here?

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    • Where does he go from here?
      My thoughts……..

      Replace RBG
      Work The Wall Funding thru the Courts
      Get a favorable China Trade deal
      Gear up for re-election
      Win 2nd term

      Then the real MAGA agenda and swamp draining happens; P Trump will be un-teathered from election/party concerns………..he can take on the transformative issues that will move him into Presidential greatness……..

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      • Orygun says:

        That is what I would do. A kind of “Damn the Torpedo’s” kind of approach during his last term. I would like to see some justice come down and I am getting too old to think I might get to see it at this point. My government/media has lied to me for nearly my whole existence on this earth and I would like to see these rats driven into the ocean.

        The problem with waiting is the disruption these criminals are causing at every level of government and the viciousness from the left because of the criminal media.
        With that being said I know that my VSG President is doing everything he can and the world of free people have his back.

        The last honorable man in our country and it took a lifetime for him to show up.
        I will always have his back.

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      • botchedcasuality says:

        I repeat myself:
        Congress is not able to provide oversight or control of the ABC’s
        • suspend all upper management
        • interview and evaluate all agents
        •separate the wheat from the chaff
        Flush
        •restructure & reset
        •eliminate the statute of limitation for all Government positions.
        •triple the consequences for betrayal of the public trust,including sacrificing pension and secret service protection.

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    • whjoe- thanks for a very thoughtful post. You raise some excellent questions.

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      • purpleibby says:

        whjoe, very well said….that speech yesterday was awesome. I’ve been spreading it around, and it’s a very very important message for our time. I’m surprised Sundance didn’t focus more on it, though I’m very thankful he did put a post on it(thank you SD)

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  18. Chilidog says:

    McCabe was referred for prosecution and fired a year ago. Why did the doj allow him to write a book go on tour and raise millions for his legal defense fund? I thought their MO was to bankrupt the perp. They didn’t let Flynn do all that stuff before they charged him.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Chili, didn’t you just answer your own question?

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      • Chilidog says:

        Yeah, I guess it was a rhetorical question. The point is that the coup is ongoing. The doj is doing the absolute minimum when it comes to holding McCabe accountable. So far all we know is he is being investigated for lying about a self serving leak. Nothing to do with Trump, Russia, or coup.

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  19. HA says:

    I would like to know if McCabe launched his counter-intelligence “investigation” of Trump with or without the recommendation of Bill Priestap. I would like to know whether McCabe even consulted Priestap at all.

    Seems to me that launching a counter-intelligence investigation without the input or recommendation of the FBI’s director of counter-intelligence would be a major breach of FBI protocol.

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  20. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    Let us consider the cause of the endemic corruption and incompetence in the DOJ, FBI, CIA. The simple answer is the Human Resources recruitment, hiring and promotion. Eliminate the seasoned agents and replace them with Politically Correct recent graduates with law, accounting and criminal justice degrees. Ensure that they pass the “Why Can’t We All Get Along” litmus test before hiring and please, no “Problem Solving” or “Strategic Thinking” practical aptitude. Add to that recipe “Diversity” and “Nuance” you get what we now have. Sheep who know the rules, don’t make waves and always do what is best for you and your boss.

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  21. TheBigOldDog says:

    I think I was in 6th grade social studies when I learned about the concept of enlightened self interest. Initially I wondered why Democrats aren’t seeing that this is as much a threat to them as it is to Republicans. Then I realized why; they know the Right, filled with American Patriots who believe in this country and the Constitution, would never do such a thing out of principle. So, they don’t fear it. They are predators and we are their prey and predators never fears their prey.

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    • zorrorides says:

      BigOldDog, TY. Have you noticed Trump is careful to not ask his base for any assistance, other that voting?

      I think he knows that if he asked, we’d all have something helpful we can do on our own.

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  22. TwoLaine says:

    Lou Dobbs & Tom Fitton, last night.

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  23. dave casper says:

    Obama is behind it all. This will come out one day for all to see.

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  24. highdesert45 says:

    Please, explain to me why these people are not in chains. They would do it to us in a heartbeat.

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    • Why? Because for 2 years P Trump didn’t have an AG who would defend against this. In fact, he was an enabler.

      Without control of the DOJ/FBI, and a dishonest media, P Trump was almost helpless. It is amazing his approval ratings remain high. It is amazing that he accomplished all he has. It is amazing he has survived the deep state attack/coup.

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  25. Louisiana Tea Rose says:

    Sundance and fellow Treepers,

    These two retired Federal attorneys conspicuously left out advocating for punishing the lower rank and file in the FBI for a reason.

    Whistleblowers will be (and have been!!!) punished by the cronies floating in the scum at the top of the organization.

    Until we know for sure, please refrain from attacking these agents, many of whom have been sweating blood for years as this shit was going on right in front of them.

    Don’t cut the baby in half just because some need punishment. Generalized global condemnation is not helpful here.

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  26. NJ Transplant says:

    The whole Republican party is complicit.

    McCabe said that he would bring everyone down with him. He is certainly doing that. There will be much pressure not to prosecute McCabe from the deep state.

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  27. franuche says:

    Nothing’s gonna happen to these people. Can we at least send Jeff Sessions to a cell in Guantanamo?

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  28. Did the Ggressional investigators. How does McCabe get to declassify information on this book tour?

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  29. Olfdart says:

    Strozk told Page “there is no there there”. If he believed this, others in DOJ must have come to a similar conclusion. So, the question is from a timing standpoint, how does this reconcile with McCabe’s recent statements about believing “there was a there there”?

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  30. jnearen says:

    Let’s face it. The DoJ/FBI are irretrievably corrupt and NO ONE is going to be held accountable or is going to clean up these agencies. We essentially live in a police state where unelected bureaucrats call the shots and take down anyone who stands in their way. The judges (including, specifically, the FISC judges) just rubber stamp and look the other way. There is no constitutional justice. Only power, influence and money pulling the strings.

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  31. InAz says:

    McCabe…. still doing his job of pushing the lies that Donald Trump is evil. He is going to be a martyr for the Communists.

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  32. k4jjj says:

    Rod Rosenstein looks exactly like the weasel whom he would portray as himself in a movie of this government corruption.

    The FBI corruption demonstrates how self-preservation, in all the field agents, triumphed over sworn duty, sense of justice and loyalty to country.

    That no field agents put their careers and lives on the line to rid this country of these criminals tells you they did not (and still do not) believe real justice exists in the government and courts of the United States. No matter what happens as we go forward, if FBI field agents don’t believe in American justice against organized federal corruption in their agency, there is no reason for us to believe in it either. If they see no avenue to stop this high-level corruption, we are fools not to fully agree.

    Americans have completely lost trust in this criminal mob.

    We the people are threatened and intimidated to obey federal law by cowards who will not enforce that law against their own. We are suckers to play along. If these criminals get away with this, America is OVER. We can go to jail for lying to these people? We should not even talk to these scofflaws.

    FBI field agents have proven they are not WITH the people. They are AGAINST us. FBI field agents have thrown up their hands on justice. The military should immediately be ordered to disarm every FBI agent. The FBI should have no further power to arrest or right to be armed as law enforcement officers.

    To do otherwise is to acknowledge the end of the fundamental concept of “equality before the law.”

    The current climate of reform is to just terminate the federal employment of these government criminals. If we the people engaged in this criminal conduct, the government would permanently terminate our freedom behind prison walls.

    In fact, those who enforce the law have a HIGHER and MORE SOLEMN duty to play by the rules.

    How does anyone fix something this widespread and thoroughly corrupt? This is organized crime by those in an organization who are supposedly sworn to FIGHT organized crime.

    Those leading this criminal sedition and lawlessness should all be hanged. Who will hang them?

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    • zorrorides says:

      This little essay ought to be taped onto the inner door of every bathroom stall in every Federal Building in every big city in every state in the country!

      There is no evidence to show that rank and file FIB workers have acted to save America.

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  33. Nina says:

    Enough on hearing reports of who, when, why they came after Trump. We already know all the crimes they have committed. The only think we need to know is when, when, when, are they going to be arrested???? Think about it, if it was one of us who committed these type of crimes, ( especially lying under oath), would we be allowed to go on national tv, write a book, and continue to remain free? We would’ve been arrested immediately. So again, WHEN are they going to be ARRESTED???

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  34. concerned3 says:

    Extraordinary film clip statement made by FBI Director Andrew McCabe on Fox News (2/19/2019).

    McCabe said that he when before the Congressional Leadership (a.k.a., Gang-Of-Eight) on May 8, 2017. Stating that President Trump was under investigation and that they did not object to it. . Later in this same news piece it was confirmed by a reporter, that the Congressional Leadership (a.k.a., Gang-Of-Eight) knew about the on going investigation, months before. Countering McCabe’s account in terms of a date.

    The important point for me is: that the Gang-Of-Eight knew about this investigation and did nothing to stop it. This coupled with the apparent protection from prosecution of those involved in the coupe makes them conspirators, right?

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    • Doug says:

      He’s obfuscating.
      Homey the Weasel was fired May 9th that day AFTER this “notification “
      And days before he opened HIS investigation
      Just don’t expect MSM mouthpieces to ask about it

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    • annieoakley says:

      Meanwhile the creepy judge has poor Paul Manafort rotting away in solitary confinement. Not Tony Podesta, not John Podesta, not old Hillary as they are so special, so elite, there are no laws that apply. sarc/

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  35. concerned3 says:

    According to Terry Turchie, former deputy assistant director of the counter-terrorism division the current Democratic Party is a security risk. Did I hear that correctively?

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  36. Bryan Alexander says:

    How did McCabe think he could use the 25th Amendment to get rid of Trump? Look at my breakdown of this below. This amendment was not set up to remove a sitting president. It was only to have a clear succession of power in the event the President became incapacitated.

    President Trump would have immediately sent notification to the Senate and House that he was fine. I imagine he would have been arresting everyone who signed the written declaration. Remember, this was BEFORE the mid-term elections. The Senate AND House were in Republican control. It would have taken a 2/3 vote of both houses to have the Vice-President continue AFTER they sent a 2nd written declaration.

    It is crystal-clear that the only way this would have worked was for the VP AND the principal cabinet officers to lie about the Presidents ability to serve. With President Donald Trump on TV declaring his fitness, that lie would have been exposed in minutes.

    There is only 1 way this would have worked. They were planning to physically incapacitate the president.

    Article [XXV.]
    Section. 4.
    A) Whenever the Vice President and
    B) a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide,
    C) transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their
    D) written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office,
    E) the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.

    F) Thereafter, when the President
    G) transmits to
    H) the President pro tempore of the Senate and
    I) the Speaker of the House of Representatives
    J) his written declaration that no inability exists,
    K) he shall resume the powers and duties of his office

    L) unless the Vice President and
    M) a majority of either the principal officers of the executive department (See Note 17) or of such other body as Congress may by law provide,
    N) transmit within four days to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives
    O) their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.

    P) Thereupon Congress shall decide the issue,
    Q) assembling within forty-eight hours for that purpose if not in session.
    R) If the Congress, within twenty-one days after receipt of the latter written declaration, or, if Congress is not in session, within twenty-one days after Congress is required to assemble,
    S) determines by two-thirds vote of both Houses that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office,
    T) the Vice President shall continue to discharge the same as Acting President;
    U) otherwise, the President shall resume the powers and duties of his office.

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    • concerned3 says:

      The important point for me is: that the Gang-Of-Eight knew about this investigation and did nothing to stop it – confirmed by Fox News. This coupled with the apparent protection from prosecution of those involved in the coupe makes them conspirators, right?

      Bryan Alexander writes: There is only 1 way this would have worked. They were planning to physically incapacitate the president.

      Did you know, the speaker of the House is a member of the Gang-Of-Eight?

      What happens when the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Vice President movies up President and the Speaker moves up to become VP?

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  37. InAz says:

    Grand Juries need to be called in to investigate this corruption and Coup, but there is no one honest to do so.

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  38. zozz1 says:

    I will say once again: perhaps McCarthy was right back in the ’50’s, when he was ridiculed for seeing Communists behind every bush…Communists who were being placed in government jobs…

    He and anyone who believed in his “plots” were ridiculed into silence (Alinsky Rule), which then left the field open for operatives to be inserted. Are we now learning that those efforts have borne fruit? Did it actually happen? Here’s my problem with what we are now seeing: the only way I can explain it is if, indeed, some sort of long-term operation put subversives in place. I can find no other logical explanation for what I perceive to be an effort to cause the fall of American democracy. If this should be correct, then our entire government has been infected….and then where do we turn?

    That all seems far-out and a bit crazy, but what we are witnessing is also crazy….

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    • zorrorides says:

      Aw c’mon, Zozz1, of course there’s been a diligent long-term activated plan ongoing since, well, not to go to first causes, let’s just say since, umm… 1874, 1888, 1904, 1912.

      Before 1913. Senator McCarthy was the last loud hiccup.

      Among men, George Washington was both foundation and capstone of the founders of America. Who among us is great enough to stand with Donald Trump?

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  39. plane of the ecliptic says:

    Where, oh where, is the integrity in the FBI? Lost on the floor of J. Edgar Hoovers closet in 1935.

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