Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows Inform AG William Barr of Compromise Within Mueller Probe…

While a letter from congress to the DOJ amounts to further process frustration for those who bear witness to the corruption that took place; there is a valuable dynamic at play  which may help answer whether AG William Barr is factually going to address corruption, or whether he is apt to just cover it up.

Representatives Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows send a letter (full pdf below) to AG William Barr questioning the independence of two members of the Mueller team, Zainab Ahmad and Andrew Weissmann.

Both Weissmann and Ahmad were involved in contacts and discussions with DOJ official Bruce Ohr as he transferred the Clinton/Steele dossier from his wife, Nellie Ohr, and from Fusion GPS into the FBI to advance a political investigation targeting Donald Trump.

Over time evidence has surfaced showing how a small group of approximately eighteen officials within the DOJ and FBI worked in concert with media and political operatives to target Trump for the benefit of candidate Hillary Clinton.

In the aftermath of the 2016 election, this same small group manipulated the offices of the DOJ and FBI to get Special Counsel Robert Mueller appointed by Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.

Mueller did not select his team; the small group of corrupt officials selected him. The appointment of Mueller was necessary for the group to protect themselves, and advance their ongoing political interests.

Andrew Weissmann and Zainab Ahmad are part of that DOJ small group who transferred into the Mueller probe. In essence they, along with others, protected exposure of their own corrupt and highly unlawful conduct.

Mr. Meadows and Mr. Jordan are informing the new Attorney General, Bill Barr, of the issue. Their letter requests a responsive reply by mid-March. If AG William Barr has any intention of dealing with the corruption within the DOJ and FBI, we should anticipate seeing such evidence within a response.

However, if AG William Barr is not going to deal with these issues; and if he is going to participate in a cover-up of the weaponization of the DOJ and FBI (a most likely scenario); his lack of action should answer the question(s).

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264 Responses to Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows Inform AG William Barr of Compromise Within Mueller Probe…

  1. amwick says:

    Beware the ides of March…. SMH. I wonder if they picked that day on purpose.?

    Liked by 12 people

    • Mark L. says:

      I am a patient Patriot. The world is watching.

      Liked by 1 person

      • AvengerDave says:

        There was a special name for the patient patriots during the revolution… Victims. This was aptly demonstrated by Mel Gibson’s character in The Patriot.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Dave Radetsky says:

          But we have to also remember that timing is everything. Patience and timing go well together.

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        • RLTW says:

          Yup. Anyone who has been to war can sympathize with Mel Gibson’s “Patriot” character’s reluctance to go back to war and to shield his sons from war. And at the same time can sympathize with the need to go to back to war in light of the possibility that William Barr may very well betray his Oath of Office in order to protect his crony friends.

          I submit that Bill Barr is the most consequential person in the world right now. Will he appoint Joe DiGenova or Tom Fitton to aggressively investigate and prosecute the ongoing treason by Clinton, Obama, Mueller, Comey, et.al and clean up the FBI/DOJ? Or will he side with his crony friends?

          Bill…I sincerely hope that your comment about your wife attending Bible study with Mueller’s wife and the comments about you being best buddies with Mueller were just pre-meditated statements designed to get you confirmed by Congress and appointed as AG.

          Mueller and his cohorts will someday soon be blindfolded, stood up against a wall and shot for treason. And if you are truly with Mueller. I’ll gladly blindfold you and pull the trigger. You had better be the real deal Buddy.

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            RLTW,
            I strongly agree with your assessment of Barr’s pivotal role in determining the future import of the rule of law in our country.

            We are riddled with the seditious. Barr, who Sundance has opined is the equivalent of Bondo, had best prove Sundance wrong.

            If Barr is an actual believer in one rule of law for all of us, he will indict, then prosecute, the seditious ones including all of their conspirators and ring leaders.

            If Barr is Bondo, the seditious ones are going to be dealt with by other means. A Bondo job is going to result in action to defend the republic.

            Count on it.

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      • WSB says:

        March 15th.

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    • I get the impression that March is when the “Fit hits the shan.”

      Looks like lots could happen this month. Much of what I see now are the corrupt screaming, yelling and threatening. Tells me that what is/will happen this month will be all good for PDJT.

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      • montanamel says:

        Yep,
        Besides pouring cement and sticking chunks of iron in the air, down on the border!
        I saw where $1 Bil USD has been contracted for 97 miles of wall/fence…That works out, backwards, to about 552 total miles of new fence if that is all those $5.7 Bil USD are going to be spent on…
        Maybe the weather will get a little better and more of us old folks can get on the road with some sort of arms/ammo to sort this s**t out, eh?… Check-6

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        What is with all the Q stuff suddenly popping up all over again on CTH?

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    • BebeTarget says:

      March 14th has a special significance as well. That is the day Christopher Steels’s court documents are to be released.

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  2. It comes down to if Barr or Trump is willing to burn the house down to save it, as that looks like the only choice progressives are going to give them. Nadler and all the rest have declared war, a fight to the death, as it were. If there is going to be an end to this, it must come from Trump through abdication of his office, or use the full extent of the law to defend it….and our constitution.This will not be pretty, but hopefully it will not spill out into the streets, but you can bet the progressives will not condemn it if it does.

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    • Suds says:

      They are prepared to take to the streets and want it. First of all, the bloodletting would bolster their claims (on their end) for firearms confiscation. Also they are betting the feckless GOP (with some degree of confidence) will fold and give in. They have held these cards all along. If they play them we will see what happens. Our survival depends solely on ourselves. Expect no support from our reps whatsoever. They are all compromised.

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      • BebeTarget says:

        POTUS has the strongest ammunition and he hasn’t used it yet.

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          Bebe,
          You are right on the money. PDJT is waiting for the decks to be cleared.

          At some point there will be declassification. A mountain of criminality inside the government, former Presidency, and HRC’s campaign will come out in digestable chunks as it is exposed.

          The MSM will neither be able to ignore it, or control the damage.
          As former law enforcement, executive branch, and campaign officials are arrested there will be a din of screaming about politics being rendered criminal.
          That will not work, given the facts that will be exposed.

          If Barr does not act, when declasificationn occurs, there will be a reaction that will be difficult to contain.

          The republic’s enemies are going to be judged and punished, one way or another.

          Were I Barr, I would not want to get on the wrong side the momentum.

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      • Absolutely. It is no coincidence that Obama was the best gun salesman in history. The massive amount of guns sold and the political climate around them have been used to vilify gun owners, especially those claiming some founder’s principle of resisting our government. The non-attentive have swallowed this completely and sincerely fear gun owners as some sort of nut jobs. Further, progressives have encouraged the large AntiFa type outings, not because they accomplish any policy agenda, but because they KNOW it agitates conservatives.
        Lets not forget what this is about.
        It’s about POWER, and their power comes through division and control. They are successfully dividing us in so many ways and yearn for an organized conservative action of violence as the excuse to silence ALL conservatives. Note their response to Trump’s EO for free speech in colleges, as a THREAT to college students health and well-being. They already justify silencing conservative voices out of a concern for SAFETY.
        Guns are but a small part of this, and I believe their goal is much less about taking our guns than as a means of silencing us. They know this is a political issue, and most gun owners will NOT voluntarily surrender them. That makes us OUTLAWS, and as such will silence us in that they KNOW we will remain silent rather than risking incarceration by calling attention to ourselves.
        Ultimately their power lies in our silence, in our capitulation. They don’t care if we agree with them, or even like them. They simply want all resistance removed, by indoctrination, by reeducation, or by elimination. Remember, abortion is a killing for convenience, and we KNOW how inconvenient so many of us could become.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Your neighbors here in Canada have been discussing all what is happening in your country, and we all have concluded that something big like a Civil War will erupt. God Bless PDJT and the USA.

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    • montanamel says:

      I really, really, would like to see a martial law declaration hit the table if Barr turns out to be toothless and worthless… Seems fitting if our PDJT would “call out OUR militia” at that time to support our “thinly spread troops” along the southern border…all we really need are some grub and bullets, eh?

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    • mztore says:

      Can someone here tell me who this Zainab Ahmad is? I’m familiar with all the rest, but not him. In fact, this is the first time I’ve seen the name.

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    • RLTW says:

      Where have you been? It spilled into the streets a long time ago during the last Presidential election when Trump supporters were being sucker-punched, egged in the face, chased down and beaten on camera. It started eight years before that when Obama began his concerted effort to fulminate the current and ongoing marxist guerilla war against our law enforcement officers.

      Civil War is occurring right now from the left, both at the citizen level and within government. We on the right simply refuse to acknowledge this fact and refuse to fight back. Why? Because we on the right are law-abiding citizens of the Republic who continue to naively believe that our government is an honest broker. We will not fight back without a lawful order from our Commander In Chief.

      Which brings me to my point. President Trump. How long do you expect us to sit here and be punching-bags for these marxist hippies? The left will not. ever. relent. They are currently at war with us. They are demanding war with us. They will settle for nothing less. We hardly notice because, well they’re the left, they’re a bunch of marxist wussies and they fight like marxist wussies.

      President Trump. The mantle of strength from Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln descends upon your shoulders. Issue us our marching orders. Allow us to legally fight back.

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  3. Bubby says:

    Well we’re about to find out if AG Barr is a deep state status quo keeper or a real honest AG looking to protect the Constitution and our laws rather than those involved in the coup attempt by un-elected bureaucrats against President Trump ! Thank you Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows!! Godspeed President Trump!

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    • thegoosefish says:

      If I was to guess, I believe he will appoint another special prosecutor that will finish up Huber’s investigation right about time for the election. Why? Number 1, it gets it off his desk. Number 2, he is managing an agency that has been staffed over the last eight years with people of the same political persuasion. Sessions was either in on the scam or unable to deal with it. Same with Huber. Special Prosecutor is really the only way.

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      • I always assumed that they had something on Sessions. I believe that our “intelligence agencies” are collecting evidence on everyone. Besides the power of actually having evidence of malfeasance, the greater issue is that they have become th efinal arbiter of ALL truth. If they say you did something, there is no counter evidence as they are the only entity “legally” collecting evidence. If they produced a video of Sessions with a child involved in a sex act, (and they technically could), there would be no defense against it. In this political climate someone like Sessions, on the WRONG side of the line, woul dbe destroyed.
        My wife’s cousin was accused by his ex-wife of sex crimes against his two young sons. He spent two weeks in jail without charges, and was finally released with an ankle bracelet and restricted access to computers or internet (he works as a electronic engineer for a high tech firm) and home bound for eight months, until such time as all charges were dropped. Thousands of dollars, destroyed reputation, his job nearly lost, with NO evidence other than his ex-wife’s claims.
        People have no idea how fragile their existence is these days. The power of government is nearly incontestable. we worry about some illness taking us to bankruptcy and then you look at Trump allies who have lost everything, who were not your average Joe with no media access.

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        • Tom! says:

          My question has always been, who ultimately controls the information we know they have. Is it Americans or foreigners or a combination. BIS, World Bank, UN or does someone control even these organizations. We don’t know the real enemy at this point.

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        • lowell- your comment just NAILED IT.

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        • BebeTarget says:

          Our government can make it look as if we are guilty of anything they want us to be guilty of . . . . .by altering records, inserting information in our computers, making our cars do what they want them to do (i.e. Michael Hastings), ditto with planes (i.e. Ron Brown), We haven’t a chance against determined government officials.

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        • James Carpenter says:

          “Show me the man, and I’ll show you the crime.””
          – Lavrentiy Beria, head of Joseph Stalin’s secret police

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        • donna kovacevic says:

          Your neighbors here in Canada have been discussing all what is happening in your country, and we all have concluded that something big like a Civil War will erupt. God Bless PDJT and the USA.

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      • tageweb says:

        Or, the Bad Guys showed Sessions something Sessions had in is “closet”, and ask him if he wanted it to stay there–I have thought this for a long time.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        🤔
        Delay. Stall. Delay. Stall. Delay. Stall…

        Give the ENEMY time to position, resupply and coordinate their attack…
        Then… like clockwork….

        Oh, my!!!! WelI, I never…..
        Gosh… 🤔
        A Special Prosecutor is sorely needed.

        Delay. Stall. Delay. Stall. Delay. Stall…

        Same ole.

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      • Conrad says:

        thegoosefish,
        I don’t see how this all gets done without a tribunal. So much of this is actually treasonous!
        I also don’t trust prosecutors OR the courts.

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    • madeline says:

      Bobby, In recent history–last 60 years maybe–has there been a “real honest AG looking to protect the Constitution and our laws?” From what I understand AG Barr had a chance during the HWBush presidency and came up short. Just wondering? Hope springs eternal…

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    • WSB says:

      If everyone takes the time to read that letter, it is the Mother of An Ultimatum.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Mid March……just in time for the release of Steele’s deposition in Buzzfeed case

    Liked by 10 people

    • montanamel says:

      Roger that….excellent catch….
      AND….maybe…’ol mule face’s final report as well…handed to Barr.
      This is looking more and more like a fine “rock and roll” series of weeks down the road!
      Wonder what the Vegas line is on the outcome…where’s Jimmy the Greek when you need him…the book would be heavy it someone would just post it, eh? Check-6

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  5. Clara says:

    I don’t think this letter by Jordan and Meadows is sufficient to get at the corruption. Weissman’s job in the Justice Department, prior to joining the Mueller team, had nothing to do with the FBI’s “counterintelligence” probe of the Trump campaign. There was no reason for him to even be sitting in on those meetings with Ohr. Who was Weissman’s direct supervisory at the time, and did he/she know that Weismann was participating in these meetings? What was Weissman’s official role at that point? These questions all need to be answered. In that process, the corruption will be exposed. It started before Mueller’s appointment.

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    • NC Patriot says:

      Weissman was Mueller;s number 1 assistant.

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    • ristvan says:

      Clara, a perspective. What it does do (when/if requested info is provided) is fully ‘legally’ delegitimize Mueller as SC, because of proven conflicts and bias.
      Now, this is already generally provable by lack of collusion/obstruction charges.

      What this will do is further deligitimize announced House efforts to extend the Muh Russia because Mueller ‘not good enough’—-when in fact Mueller was already ‘too good’.

      Think SunTsu and chess gambits. Long game results are prepped many moves in advance. This is one such advance move. In my humble opinion.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Death by a thousand cuts?

      Some docs are due this month, which ones I forget

      And Judicial Watch / Fitton at CPAC said the IC were supposed to review some docs for declassification 6 months ago, and why isn’t the President calling them into his office for prodding and questioning on s status update?!?!

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    • madeline says:

      Personally, I think Hillary chose the prosecutors. She chose Mueller and everyone else.

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    • WSB says:

      Reread it carefully. This opens up the entire investigation to be shut down or thrown out. If Barr is being an hinest broker.

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  6. Sandra-VA says:

    Wasn’t it Weissman who sent an email to Yates telling her he was “proud” of her after she refused to carry out President Trump’s first EO (travel ban)?

    That alone proves he is BIASED!

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    • Bill Hollinger says:

      Yes, that was Weissman.

      Liked by 1 person

    • I voted for crude language, anything to get their attention. Or do you believe they would have treated him differently if were more “presidential”? HAH!
      Not a chance in HELL
      Progressives do not win on the issues, they win by destroying their enemies, by denigration of character, of vilification, of demeaning their intelligence and morals, by calling them racist and any other name in the book they think might stick. And then they repeat it, verbatim, every hour on the hour, with comedic political relief in between.
      They’ve made fun of his hair, his hands, his weight, his skin color, his age, his voice. There is no credible criticism here, no real analysis of policy or anything else. They attack him for invoking the exact same policies of Obama, their courts and media expressing unwavering doubt that each word group, each EO or policy decision is PROOF of his racist, ignorant, immoral and childish self.
      It is all so sadly transparent that is depressing that so many remain oblivious. But I don’t blame them, any more than I blame Blacks who hate whites. It’s what they have been taught their entire life, it’s ALL they know.

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    • LafnH20 says:

      Sophomoric… at best!!

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Still whining??

      Whine.
      Whine.
      Whine.

      That’s all you do. Whiner.

      Liked by 1 person

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Is that your time zone, Mr. Pig?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Oh, an under-the-bridge dweller has shown up… FAIL!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jeff P. says:

      The Whaaaaaambulance is on it’s way little fella, hold on, place your head under water and take Deep Breaths….er..uh.. I mean between your knees…o.0

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    • Sounds like the fool,Peggy Noonan.

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  7. jnearen2013 says:

    Barr isn’t going to do anything re his dear friend Bob Mueller.

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  8. ilcon says:

    Barr’s first action should be the arrest of Hildog. She started Russia, Russia, Russia. She’s also committed numerous acts of treason.

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  9. roger dat says:

    even with a waiver or notice to Mueller…………..how?

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  10. Scott says:

    Most likely task for Barr is to end the Mueller SC which it likely already is but got delayed for Cohen. After that, my bet is McCabe will be prosecuted for lying, Barr says Mueller report says no collusion, and hopes everything is done and they “move forward from there.”
    I just don’t see Comey and the others being prosecuted(for healing purposes, of course). It was just a bad chapter and things have been put in place to prevent it from happening again.

    I’m skeptical that the criminals will be held accountable, but the mindset of “people will lose complete faith in govt if we prosecute” will be more powerful than exposing the corruption and prosecuting it.

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  11. Sporty says:

    Why can’t someone just write a letter to Barr outlining the corruption seen here is the likes this country has never seen and in order for the rule of law to be upheld then we need to prosecute everyone involved including Hildabeast and Obungo. Is that too much to ask?

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  12. However, if AG William Barr is not going to deal with these issues; and if he is going to participate in a cover-up of the weaponization of the DOJ and FBI (a most likely scenario)…

    So SD is less than hopeful too. If not Barr then who? Q’s military tribunals sound even more outlandish than before what with Marine Genls McMaster, Mattis and Kelly being marched unceremoniously to the door. Will they be exhuming Eisenhower or maybe Smedley Butler to spearhead the tribunal?

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  13. jmclever says:

    Wondering why Jordan only going after two of the Mueller team. From what I recall, they are all conflicted in one form or fashion. Maybe the two most obvious cases will be the first dominoes in the cascade to failure.

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    • NC Patriot says:

      Weismann is the worse of the worse—-he has so far avoided any sunlight—he needs to be dis-bared. He is likely the instigator of the NAZi type raids on Manafort and Stone.

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      • I am surprised he still can practice law after what he did with Enron and his other ethics issues. He is a bad man.

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        • oldumb says:

          He isn’t practicing law, he works for the government.

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        • Dixie says:

          Destroyer of Arthur Andersen, a most venerable and well respected firm is the other ethics issue you are thinking of…..also reversed by the supreme court for which I will not show respect by capitalizing the court name, but only after all the damage had been done. Weismann is the devil incarnate and needs to be punished, imo.

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    • ristvan says:

      Old competitive shooter trick. Take out the easy targets first. Their letter shows how easy these two targets are. Sitting already proven (in footnotes) bias ducks, so to speak.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Not to mention that, although it is a bit late for several people already harmed by him, Weismann is likely the “brains” and the force behind all of the aggressive, extralegal actions taken by Mueller’s goon squad. Taking him out would be good for everyone.

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    • WSB says:

      It would be the beginning of the Domino Effect. Weismann has serious baggage.

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  14. Barr will do the right thing for all the wrong people. One line from Wikipedia:
    “Barr and Robert Mueller have known each other since the 1980s and have been described as good friends. Mueller attended the weddings of two of Barr’s daughters, and their wives attend Bible study together.”
    Donated $55,000 to Jeb’s Prez efforts, and worked for GTE to make merger with Verizon okay by eliminating regs to prevent monopolies. About as good an appointment as Rosenstein or Sessions.

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    • thegoosefish says:

      I’ve always noticed a lot of times people hire lawyers that know the Judge.

      Liked by 1 person

    • NC Patriot says:

      ALL the big DC lawyers know each other. That doesn’t mean they are ALL unprincipled.

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    • Everyone serving in government has been compromised. That is what makes this so incredibly difficult. It requires people with long relationships to take sides, like it was in the civil war where brothers ended up fighting brothers. This is an incredible test. And it’s a test for all of us as well, as we will likely be forced to choose principle over personal gain or loss in our near future. There is no way this level of corruption, from top to bottom, if brought to justice will not cause serious ripples throughout our economy, and possibly into the streets.
      we shall see.

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  15. Zaza says:

    Hoping at SOME POINT, one of these Dubya Bush appointees will come along and surprise us by being honest – MAGA .. ,, certainly not going to hold my breath though.

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    • WSB says:

      My hope is that the Bush component…Barr…will at least crush the Obama camp. He may not crush the Clinton wing of the Bush component, however, President Trump will adapt his own strategy accordingly.

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  16. thegoosefish says:

    In the face of monumental resistance from the media and all of the federal agencies, I think he has done a pretty good job. He’s alive, he’s still president, he’s made incremental progress in breaking down the walls of resistance in Justice (less so for the FBI; but at the same time, the FBI is a little less politicized). Probably more substantive acts will occur if he is re-elected. Somewhat similar to the Obama administration. If Romney had not muffed his election shot, he would not have been able to get so many hard-liners in his administration that did all the spying dirty work.

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    • The victor writes the history and the war ain’t over yet.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      That he is even standing is remarkable. That he is getting things done, is beyond remarkable.
      Your remarks are either those of a troll or a of someone who has simplified the problem to the point of absurdity.

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    • CirclinTheDrain says:

      He’s in way over his head ? Actually, he knows just what the deal is, it’s just that he has no allies anywhere. Who did you vote to put in office to help him ?

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    • GB Bari says:

      What we see is reality.
      What you see is what the Deep State and the eneMedia want you to see.

      What is sad is your commentary.

      Perhaps more in-depth reading of the history of the Trump presidency as told in daily articles here in theconservativetreehouse.com would help illuminate facts to which you are obviously unaware.

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    • czecharthur says:

      Mr. Hogpork how easy is to judge when you do not put your neck on line. I had the privilege to live in a system which behaved like this and tried to destroy honest people mostly successfully, some of them lost even their lives. When you are facing enemies from all sides, and your supposed base is sitting at home and criticizing from arm chair in warmth and safety of their homes, praying but not actively helping it is very difficult to beat your enemies just by yourself. Especially when the power of the media can make people believe the worst about you.
      President Trump if he has any chance to beat this deep state beast must choose his moment very carefully, because he will get only one chance, and if he looses MR. Hogpork, are you going to help, are you going to offer your life to stand by this incredible man. I have seen lots of injustices in communism, and this deep state theater this democrat socialist kabuki political trials are very familiar to me.
      I applaud the courage of this president and hopefully people who support him will do more then just pray.

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    • TPW says:

      Did you recently fall on your head or something?

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    • COlibertybelle says:

      I just love it when commenters get on here and complain about nothing getting done…way to go, people.
      Just remember: we did not get here in 2 years — it took decades for the corruption to get this bad and it’ll take longer than that to save our nation. I have yet to see our president make a mistake…he is brilliant and light years ahead of the cretins he is having to deal with now. So why don’t you just shut up and try being a little more positive. President Trump needs good patriots that want to help, not Monday morning quarterbacks that have nothing better to do than complain.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Wow if that is ever taught in your schools,well then America is really screwed. See we outside see that Russia had nothing to do with the election period and only people whose brain cells committed total suicide would even go there, and I am believing that many in America are not very bright, hate this word but it is “Stupid”.

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  17. Ned Zeppelin II says:

    Trump can and should fire Barr if he does not get the job done, and the clock is ticking. Declassification does not have to occur, plenty is already out there to move on all fronts. Ignoring this and burying it won’t work. Trump already had one impotent AG, I don’t see him putting up with another, do you?

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    • I agree. I believe AG Barr is our best hope – at this time and, if he does not produce, PDJT pretty much has to get rid of him and get some honest AG in there – to protect both his Presidency and our way of life.

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      • Barr and Wray will serve as the final litmus test on D.C. DOJ-FBI alums.

        They’ll either Drain the Swamp or President Trump will inform America that alums WON’T.

        Ultimate Solution:
        COMPLETELY re-staff the DOJ and FBI from top-to-bottom.
        • Replace EVERY single member with the BEST from the States and Military.
        • Warriors with COURAGEOUS and LONG RECORDS of removing corruption.
        • Leaders with ZERO political affiliation.
        • Not a SINGLE person with a D.C. history can remain … they watched and did nothing.
        • Perps need to be literally HANGED for Sedition.
        • Future Corruption must become UNTHINKABLE.

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      • oldumb says:

        I seriously doubt the Senate will confirm an honest AG. LOL. Just don’t know where you would actually go to find one.

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        • WSB says:

          Then change out the Senate. Almost every single one of them should be doing 20 to life, and President Trump is in charge of all of their criminal history.

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        • donna kovacevic says:

          Oldumb sure they could confirm an honest AG. The AG needs to pray to God and tell him he will lie and say anything that will get him confirmed in order to save the country and her people then BOOM. Senate and the corrupt politicians do it daily lie to the people that elected them. Two can play the same game. I take my hat off to our Canadian AG that stood up to Justine Trudope, she is hailed a hero. Today on our news they showed Justine his/hers best buddy Gerald Butts that resigned for corruption we believe in a picture with none other but the corrupt evil muslim traitor Obummer. Case closed.

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          • oldumb says:

            But the honest AG wouldn’t be a club member. That would be a monkey wrench in the machine. They would connive to destroy him from the outset…vetting. Not much hope for change.

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    • mark says:

      agreed. if Barr is going to be another possum he needs to be removed. I don’t understand why the American public can’t have ALL the facts laid out on this corrupt action against our President. Is hillary and the corrupt foyndation going to be investigated? The former general counsel of the FBI wanted her charged.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        I have faith only for the fact that Joe DiGenova said he was an excellent pick. I respect Joe and his wife Victoria.

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  18. Ken Maritch says:

    Who do you think would be a better option than PDJT?

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  19. ilcon says:

    Trump was completely “outmatched” by the the world and he still won. He has single handedly dismantled the swamp’s protectorate, the media. Rome didn’t fall in a day.

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  20. aProvider says:

    Snore… I this really news? Wake me up when Clinton and Obama are indicted or perp-walked. This is a whole ball of sheeeeeet.

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  21. California Joe says:

    Weissman was at Hillary Clinton’s election night party waiting for her to win the election…she lost. Getting an invitation to party is not something given out lightly. Only the closest supporters are invited and Weissman clearly was there. That should have been enough to keep him a hundred miles from Mueller and the Special Counsel investigation. Democrats never recluse!

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  22. Tl Howard says:

    The guy with guts enough to attack has stay alive politically in order to accomplish the sewer cleaning.

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  23. Mo says:

    Thanks, Massengill
    As someone suggested for chuck todd earlier “eat a feces sandwich and retire” that is all.

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  24. redhotsnowman says:

    Nice letter. Thank God for the likes of Meadows and Jordan. Until they can recruit McConnel and McCarthy what can happen? What shall we call those 2? The McUseless Sisters?

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  25. redhotsnowman says:

    Nice letter. Thank God for the likes of Meadows and Jordan. Until they can recruit McConnel and McCarthy what can happen? What shall we call those 2? The McUseless Sisters?

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  26. redhotsnowman says:

    Nice letter. Thank God for the likes of Meadows and Jordan. Until they can recruit McConnel and McCarthy what can happen? What shall we call those 2? The McUseless Sisters?

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  27. Bob, Esq. says:

    Is there a link to download the pdf file? I hate reading on scribd

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  28. Chewbarkah says:

    Cong. Jordan and Meadows have put Barr’s face in it. They held back from saying this, but it is obvious that Weissman and Ahmad are either witnesses in a DoJ conspiracy to subvert the election, or active participants and thus potential criminal defendants. Even a possibility of either of those being the case taints the credibility and works of the OSC, irrevocably. The AG cannot tolerate having these people investigating the very candidate they conspired against.

    If Barr has any integrity, he will call Ahmad and Weissman into his office to explain themselves, then announce the end of their tenure with the SC and the DoJ, within the next week.

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  29. Sorry to say BS exercise IMHO , Barr can/ will punt at this point, will just say Mueller has Earnetly confirmed and assured him that all appropriate procedures and actions were carefully followed so nothing to talk about yada yada

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  30. I’m sorry but you’re wrong and completely out of line.
    Trump has put everything he has at risk to do this, and has done more than ANY republican president to expose this corruption. It is not his job to end this, it is OURS, and when we fail to support those who would bring justice to this government and substantially end corruption, WE FAIL. If the American people can see this and STILL not throw these people out, WHAT exactly do you think Trump can accomplish?
    Trump can’t fire the swamp. He can’t even get his appointees approved after TWO YEARS. He has met resistance on every front. His own party has lied and defied him. The courts stop his every action.
    But YOU, bravely setting behind your anonymous keyboard will suggest Trump is just not doing his damned job. What an ASS.

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  31. MaineCoon says:

    Oh…geezzz…it’s you again. You are such a baby whiner. No back bone. Wimp. Go find another team…wimpy, complainer…you don’t fit on a Trump Team. Write-in HAG for 2020. People like you who pretend to support POTUS but complain about him with every post is a major reflection of your sick thought process not to mention a mind-set that deals from an emotional perspective, not logical, long-term, analytical. Go cry in your soup somewhere else. No one here is going to lend you a shoulder. You aren’t worh it, whiner.

    Whine.
    Whine.
    Whine.

    Hogsh*t is your name.

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  32. decisiontime16 says:

    Trump is tapping former Attorney General William Barr, a 68-year-old conservative D.C. fixture with a wealth of experience both in and outside of government, to be Sessions’ permanent replacement at Justice Department. The move has been welcomed by the GOP establishment but it is his uncompromising views on immigration that will most buoy Tump loyalists.

    Barr has lamented the ineffectiveness of U.S. immigration laws. He said that immigrants only have to set foot on U.S. soil to seek asylum, regardless of whether or not they have a legitimate claim. In the 1990s, while serving as deputy attorney general and then attorney general under former President George H.W. Bush, Barr expressed his frustrations with U.S. asylum policies

    If you come into the United States, no matter how clearly frivolous your claim is, and you set foot in the United States, and you’re caught, can’t put them on a plane and send them away if they say, I want to claim asylum,” Barr said of the U.S. immigration system in the 1990s, according to NPR.

    Barr supports an expansive view of executive power and has been vocally against special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

    As assistant attorney general in charge of the office of legal counsel, Barr advised the late President Bush that he did not need congressional approval to use military force, which was used to support military engagement in Panama and subsequently sending troops to Somalia. Barr has defended the president’s firings of former FBI Director James Comey and acting Attorney General Sally Yates. He also supported Trump’s call for the DOJ to investigate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/white-house/william-barr-trumps-pick-as-attorney-general-is-an-immigration-hardliner

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    • emet says:

      Well Barr is right about asylum claims. BTW, when illegals are caught, the officer must ask them, under oath, “do you have any fear about being returned to your country?” As you might expect, this hint leads to a lot of claims.

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  33. ilcon says:

    So you enjoy sniffing Hildogs panties.

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  34. LafnH20 says:

    Sycophants….

    The tell.

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  35. Ray Runge says:

    I’ve spent my time to read your posts and have narrowed my thinking to two possibles. First, you are extremely ignorant of political reality in DC. FYI, Grassley refused to even consider another AG in the first year of Trump’s presidency.. Do you have any knowledge of the entrenched interests in congress and the permanent bureaucracy?

    Second alternative is you are simply a wind filled TROLL and paid to show up and waste digital space.

    I choose the 2nd alternative.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      At this point, I’m thinking this one is an indoctrinated, fast-fingered tween whose never-Trump “principled” single mom gave him a new i-phone to compensate for not having a stable father-figure in his life. Sad. 😦

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      • TreeClimber says:

        Hey, no need to diss single moms. Sometimes it’s not actually their fault… like dads who divorce their wives and skip out on their kids.

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  36. LafnH20 says:

    Sycophants…

    The Tell

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  37. hogpork- methinks you are mistaking the Tree House for some other blog. Your kind of sausage is not welcome in these parts.

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  38. MaineCoon says:

    Still whining?

    Whine.
    Whine.
    Whine.

    You are a whiner. Big. Baby. Whiner. Man. Up.

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  39. I don’t have a lot of faith or hope in Barr, but after listening to our President Trump’s CPAC speech, I don’t believe there’s anything he can’t or won’t do to save this Country.

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  40. Cisco says:

    😴💤💤💤💤💤
    (🐷)

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  41. Bruce_Derns_Finger says:

    Glad to see something in writing from Jordan and Meadows to keep Barr honest and on his heels.
    But, the overused word “honorable” found in Washington D.C. documents should not be used anymore. Makes me want to puke just copying and pasting the word “honorable” and its definition, because there is no honor among thieves in our government – local, county (parish), State, or federal.

    honorable
    adjective
    1 an honorable man: honest, moral, ethical, principled, righteous, right-minded; decent, respectable, estimable, virtuous, good, upstanding, upright, worthy, noble, fair, just, truthful, trustworthy, law-abiding, reliable, reputable, creditable, dependable. ANTONYMS crooked.
    2 an honorable career: illustrious, distinguished, eminent, great, glorious, renowned, acclaimed, prestigious, noble, creditable, admirable. ANTONYMS deplorable.

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  42. BebeTarget says:

    Mr. Hogpork, what blasphemy !!!! It was worth EVERYTHING electing POTUS. You know what the alternative would have been. How can such a thought enter your mind??? CTH is for people with COURAGE, HOPE, OPTIMISM and . . . . . brains. Go back where you came from.

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  43. Tagcoh says:

    Have you seen this article? It’s fascinating.

    “THE CASE FOR RUSSIA COLLUSION… AGAINST THE DEMOCRATS”
    -BY JOHN SOLOMON, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR, THE HILL, 2/10/19

    https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/429292-the-case-for-russia-collusion-against-the-democrats

    Time to aim the spotlight where there is real evidence.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hillary’s defense….there was no “intent” to do wrong, they were simply too “patriotic”. This sounds ridiculous, but after all this, is it REALLY???

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      • WSB says:

        Which begs to ask the quetsion, why would anyone care if a retired MI6 employee had to MAKE SURE Donald Trump did not become President?

        Too much wreaking here, IMHO.

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  44. William Barr has no more intention of pursuing any of this than Jeff Sessions ever did. Trumo told us right after the election that he had no intention of pursuing Hillary (who we had COLD for mishandling classified material) so it’s no surprise he nominated Barr, at the suggestion of Bush 43.

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  45. Kimmy K says:

    Maybe we could do a postcard campaign to Barr like everyone did for PDJT?

    Beg Barr to please enforce the rule of law and ditch the double standard?

    Liked by 3 people

  46. Zorro says:

    We are not going to let POTUS go down to the likes of Paunchy Pilate “No Nads” Nadler who has already declared that POTUS is guilty of obstruction. What say you?

    Liked by 2 people

  47. mg says:

    The uni-party can only be defeated one way.
    Making the IRS go door to door to collect…

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  48. Patriot 1 says:

    Seems to me when there is a coup against a sitting President along with the Federal Government used for spying against political opponents arresting people shouldn’t take 2 years.With that said we can expect Barr to do what he does best. Cover up the crimes.

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  49. Melanie G Melancon says:

    Anyone who doesn’t know Weisman’s history needs to read a book by Sidney Powell entitled “Licensed to Lie”. It’s the story of the Enron, Arthur Anderson, and Merrill Lynch prosecutions. Weitzman was the head of the Enron Task Force in the late 1990’s. Enron needed to be prosecuted, but Weisman decided to take down Arthur Anderson in the process, then decided to take on several Merrill executives for crimes that in some cases didn’t even have an applicable law. He was directly responsible for the loss of 85,000 jobs when Arthur Anderson(the partnership) was indicted. Although most of the guilty verdicts were later reversed either at the circuit court or the supreme court level, the people involved were ruined. There is no way Weisman will issue a clean bill of health in his Mueller report. As Ms. Powell said, “Weisman can turn your mother’s trip to the grocery into a crime.”

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    • thegoosefish says:

      There may not be fire, but they will produce much smoke, for sure. Giuliani told us it would be devastating. I tend to believe him.

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