Rand Paul: “it was Brennan who insisted the unverified and fake Steele dossier be included in the Intelligence Report”…

U.S. Senator Rand Paul posts a text today that has caught attention. The issue surrounds the Clinton/Steele Dossier and the Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) from January 2017.

(Tweet Link)

While the public statement from Rand Paul is new, the backstory is one we have discussed before.  Yes, John Brennan put the Steele Dossier into the ICA, and he enlisted FBI Agent Peter Strzok as the author to facilitate the narrative.

In May 2018 there was some major reporting from Paul Sperry that included interesting details about how President Obama’s intelligence community structured their Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) about Russian interference in the 2016 election – SEE HERE

In essence by following-up with various people involved in the construct of the ICA, journalist Paul Sperry outlined how CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, subverted their own intelligence guidelines in assembling the intelligence report.

While much of the background paralleled our prior research, there are two very interesting aspects outlined by those with direct knowledge of the construct. First, Brennan positioned FBI Agent Peter Strzok as the contact between the CIA analysis and the information flow to FBI Director James Comey:

[…] A source close to the House investigation said Brennan himself selected the CIA and FBI analysts who worked on the ICA, and that they included former FBI counterespionage chief Peter Strzok.

“Strzok was the intermediary between Brennan and [former FBI Director James] Comey, and he was one of the authors of the ICA,” according to the source. (link)

The structure of the information flow is interesting because it highlights the obvious intention of the group to control the content of intelligence.  There are several instances which highlight the level of a strategic effort undertaken to keep James Comey out of the loop on details within the 2016 operation(s).

Their collaborative approach creates the “I don’t know” and “that was not my understanding” defense as deployed heavily by James Comey during his book tour and media interviews.  The plausible deniability approach also created an unusual set of contradictions.

Former FBI Director James Comey repeatedly said the work on the Clinton and Trump investigations was kept inside a very “tight group” of DOJ and FBI people; yet Comey repeatedly claims to have no knowledge of their activity when questioned about specific events.

Deputy Director Andrew McCabe keeping Director Comey in the dark on the Huma Abedin laptop issues for four weeks (Sept. 28th through October 26th, 2016) is a clear example of Comey’s ‘willful blindness‘.

There are also numerous examples in the Page/Strzok text messaging or working around Comey within the FBI small group (Andrew McCabe, James Baker, Lisa Page, Peter Strzok and Michael Kortan), as Andrew McCarthy finally realized when he sat down to read the content during Memorial Day 2018: “I am bleary-eyed from a weekend of reading about half of them. Even in their heavily redacted form, they are a goldmine of insight” he wrote.

A second interesting aspect revealed in Paul Sperry’s prior reporting is something we discussed at great length surrounding the President Obama daily briefing material (PDB):

[…] “Brennan put some of the dossier material into the PDB [presidential daily briefing] for Obama and described it as coming from a ‘credible source,’ which is how they viewed Steele,” said the source familiar with the House investigation. “But they never corroborated his sources.” (read more)

So with another confirmation that Brennan was putting FBI Counterintelligence Investigation findings into President Obama’s PDB, let’s revisit the statements in April 2017 from President Obama’s National Security Advisor, Susan Rice. As relayed in an interview with MSNBC’s Andrew Mitchell:

Susan Rice @00:51 – …”Let me explain how this works. I was a National Security Adviser, my job is to protect the American people and the security of our country. That’s the same as the Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense and CIA Director.; and every morning, to enable us to do that, we receive – from the intelligence community – a compilation of intelligence reports that the IC, the intelligence community, has selected for us –on a daily basis– to give us the best information as to what’s going on around the world.”

[Note, Susan Rice is describing the PDB]

“I received those reports, as did other officials, and there were occasions when I would receive a report in which, uh, a ‘U.S Person’ was referred to. Name, uh, not provided, just ‘U.S. Person’.

And sometimes in that context, in order to understand the importance in the report – and assess it’s significance, it was necessary to find out or request, who that U.S. official was.”

The interview goes much further. There was a lot of news in that interview. There is also a tremendous amount of double-speak and self-contradiction; in some cases between sentences that follow each other.

Notice how Susan Rice contradicts herself about what the intelligence community puts into the PDB. Remember, Rice considers the PDB intel community to be very specific: James Clapper (DNI), John Brennan (CIA) and Defense Department (which would be the Pentagon and NSA Mike Rogers). And she states they would never send the President innocuous things unworthy of review.

However, right there Susan Rice is confirming the “unmasking” request(s) which can be pinned upon her, are directly related to her need to understand -on behalf of President Obama- intelligence for the President’s Daily Briefing (the PDB). This was a previous question now answered.

This is EXPLOSIVE, and here’s why.

First, before becoming Obama’s National Security Adviser, Susan Rice was U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.  Remember, shortly after the unmasking issue surfaced over 600 unmasking requests were outlined as coming from Rice’s replacement, Samantha Power.

Ambassador Power told congress in 2018 she did not do those unmasking requests; however, they were done ‘under her name’.  In other words: someone used her office access to the State Department system to unmask names.

Question:  Did Susan Rice do the unmasking via her knowledge of how to access the State Department portal?  It looks very suspicious.

Secondly, the President’s Daily Brief under President Obama went to almost everyone at top levels in his administration. Regarding the Obama PDB:

[…] But while through most of its history the document has been marked “For the President’s Eyes Only,” the PDB has never gone to the president alone. The most restricted dissemination was in the early 1970s, when the book went only to President Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger, who was dual-hatted as national security adviser and secretary of state.

In other administrations, the circle of readers has also included the vice president, the secretary of defense and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, along with additional White House staffers.

By 2013, Obama’s PDB was making its way to more than 30 recipients, including the president’s top strategic communications aide and speechwriter, and deputy secretaries of national security departments. (link)

Pay attention to that last part. According to the Washington Post outline Obama’s PDB’s were going to: “Deputy Secretaries of national security departments”, and his speechwriter, Ben Rhodes.

Susan Rice defined the Obama national security departments to include: “State” – “Defense” (Pentagon includes NSA) and “CIA”….

So under Obama’s watch Deputy Asst. Secretaries of Defense, via their connection to their immediate supervisor, likely had some daily access to the content within the PDB. And who was an Obama Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense?

“I was urging my former colleagues, and, and frankly speaking the people on the Hill [Democrat politicians], it was more actually aimed at telling the Hill people, get as much information as you can – get as much intelligence as you can – before President Obama leaves the administration.”

Because I had a fear that somehow that information would disappear with the senior [Obama] people who left; so it would be hidden away in the bureaucracy, um, that the Trump folks – if they found out HOW we knew what we knew about their, the Trump staff, dealing with Russians – that they would try to compromise those sources and methods; meaning we no longer have access to that intelligence.

So I became very worried because not enough was coming out into the open and I knew that there was more. We have very good intelligence on Russia; so then I had talked to some of my former colleagues and I knew that they were also trying to help get information to the Hill. … That’s why you had the leaking”.

[Link to Farkas MSNBC Interview and Transcript]

Funny how that happens…

Hindsight is 20/20, but many people were tracking close to the bulls-eye back in 2016 and early 2017 when this sordid affair initially became visible.  The War Economy is one of those researchers along with CTH who was tracking in real time what was happening:

On December 9, 2016, President Obama ordered a review to be carried out by American intelligence agencies to research Russian interference in United States elections going back to 2008. The same day, Adam Entous, Ellen Nakashima and Greg Miller — with assistance from Julie Tate — published the article “Secret CIA assessment says Russia was trying to help Trump win White House” in The Washington Post, while David E. Sanger and Scott Shane published “Russian Hackers Acted to Aid Trump in Election, U.S. Says” in The New York Times.

As part of the development of the Intelligence Community Assessment, Director Brennan hand-picked a number of agents from both the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, one of whom was Special Agent Peter Strzok, whom worked as an intermediary between Director Comey and Director Brennan.

The next day, on December 10, 2016, Nakashima and Entous — again with Tate’s assistance — published the article “FBI and CIA give differing accounts to lawmakers on Russia’s motives in 2016 hacks” in The Washington Post. A reporter, meanwhile, sent an inquiry to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where they asked whether they agreed with the conclusion that Russia assisted President-elect Trump with his election victorr, which was responded to by Special Agent Strzok.

Three days later, on December 13, 2016, Eric Lipton, Sanger and Shane, with contributions from Kitty Bennett, published the article “The Perfect Weapon: How Russian Cyberpower Invaded the U.S.” in The New York Times. On the same day, Mark Hosenball and Jonathan Lindsay published the article “Exclusive: Top U.S. spy agency has not embraced CIA assessment on Russia hacking — sources” in Reuters, which was about the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

This resulted in Director Clapper, Director Brennan, Director Comey and Director Vincent Stewart all collectively declining to brief the House Intelligence Committee on the issues surrounding their conflicting assessments on the Russian cyber attacks. At the same time, Strzok and Page’s texts allegedly stopped being stored internally, as the initial batch of texts messages end on December 13.

Two days later, on December 15, Strzok and Page texted each other about a sister organisation leaking to the mainstream media. The next day, December 16, Strzok texted Page again, this time to discuss an article in The Washington Post: “FBI in agreement with CIA that Russia aimed to help Trump win White House”, where Strzok argued that the Central Intelligence Agency is more capable of manipulating the press and that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had the initial position, not the Central Intelligence Agency.

Two days later again, on December 18, 2016, Strzok and Page discussed his intelligence submissions to the Intelligence Community Assessment on Russian interference.

Strzok expressed concern that the White House would scapegoat the Federal Bureau of Investigation using the classified portion of the report. One day later, on December 19, Page texted Strzok about the number of mainstream media stories where they actively played a personal role in, as Strzok questioned whether he should have done anything differently to prevent the rise of Donald Trump. (source)

Yes, Senator Rand Paul, John Brennan most certainly put the Steele Dossier into the intelligence community assessment.  The trail is transparent; it does not take a “high level source” to prove it.

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284 Responses to Rand Paul: “it was Brennan who insisted the unverified and fake Steele dossier be included in the Intelligence Report”…

  1. Fools Gold says:

    Rand Paul is up for re-election in 2020. He’s not for the wall! He should be primaried. How many machinist/electronic techs lost their job offloading manufacturing to other countries. Y’all think about that for a minute. Those latex off folks are the life blood to new technology and assembly. The country can do just fine without his political winds vote. Vote for jobs, US capability and conservative thinkers this election. Good candidates in primaries are critical to winning!

    Liked by 10 people

    • Fools Gold says:

      Everything Rand is doing right now is chaff/flare countermeasures.

      Liked by 4 people

      • mazziflol says:

        Someone had to fill Roosterhead’s shoes.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Fools Gold says:

          Yeah. Kentucky is a little slow…they need manufacturing factories all over their state as well as other states as well as union negotiators who understand global competition for wages. We don’t need to sale/compete globally with anyone. Crazy evil schit in my books.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Fools Gold says:

            I meant we should be able to sale and compete globally with anybody in the world. The rest is bullshit globalist/idiot/crooked crap.


      • Stickboy says:

        “Everything Rand is doing right now is chaff/flare countermeasures.”

        Everything damn near all the Republicans are doing is countermeasures…..cause damn near all of them are traitors, and they desperately need to stop Trump.

        Graham is the biggest danger to Trump right now.

        Liked by 8 people

        • Fools Gold says:

          Agree. You must be my age…and seen this act before…

          Liked by 3 people

          • Stickboy says:

            “Agree. You must be my age…and seen this act before…”

            Yes, at 66 years old, I have seen this act before. But someone around 20-30, who has been raised to know right from wrong, can pick out the slimeballs pretty quick.

            That excludes most of the Left, as they weren’t taught right from wrong……they were taught only that they’re “special”.

            Liked by 4 people

      • amjean says:

        Rand Paul has a history of doing this.

        Liked by 1 person

      • snellvillebob says:

        Rand is always trying to remain relevant for his perpetual run for president. However he miscalculated on voting against the border bill. People are going to hold that against him. We do not care that he claims he was voting no because he considered it an abuse of the emergency powers, rather that he fought controlling our border.

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    • jmuniz1 says:

      I agree Matt Bevin should Primary him


    • jmuniz1 says:

      I agree Matt Bevin should Primary him


  2. MaineCoon says:

    NOW Rand tweets this? Where was he with this info 2 yrs ago when President Trump couldn’t used some support!

    A day late and a dollar short.

    Liked by 8 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      We have no idea how long Rand has had this information.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Marygrace Powers says:

        What kind of a bubble is Rand in if
        we had the info long before his tweet?

        If he sat on the info until now/ ______.

        Liked by 1 person

        • DGC says:

          “…we had the info long before his tweet?”

          “If it wasn’t long, then why not. Sundance got it…Rand didn’t know because he didn’t want to know until it was safe to know, which was after the Mueller Report exonerating the President.”

          What is going on with the CT people here?

          I am going to respond as respectfully yet bluntly as possible.

          Be honest everyone. We only have plausible and highly probable THEORIES of what has happened based upon the information that Sundance painstakingly researched. Said differently, much of what has been postulated here – and frankly everywhere else – has not yet been litigated beyond competing public narratives; advocates of these competing narratives could and did point to evidence that supported their arguments, whether they be pro or con. (For example, other informed and credible analysts on this issue include Dan Bongino, who published ‘Spygate’, and investigative reporter Sarah Carter.) But everything has just changed with the conclusion of the Mueller investigation. The reason, in my humble opinion, is because President Trump – and by extension his allies – can now act without any appearance of obstruction or political interference. President Trump long ago made the calculation to allow the Mueller investigation to go to its completion to allow himself freedom to act once the inevitable happened, and I now fully expect this President to do just that. Rand Paul may very well be acting similarly. I don’t know because I can only judge people’s ACTIONS and not their INTENT.

          In the end, you ARE entitled to feel – and vote – however you feel. However, an uninformed opinion or comment doesn’t have to be accepted let alone be respected, and in my opinion it just makes you sound as reactionary as the insular NPC drones on places like Yahoo that we all rail against. I expect more from the people here.

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          • Marygrace Powers says:

            Why say “Breaking…”

            Why not “Previous reporting by CTH and others
            appears accurate as I, Rand Paul, just had a
            high level source confirm same findings etc. etc.”

            Rand’s tweet is disingenuous acting like it’s
            “Breaking” news after others did the heavy lifting.

            “While the public statement from Rand Paul is new, the backstory is one we have discussed before.” sd

            Verified account

            19h19 hours ago
            BREAKING: A high-level source tells me it was Brennan who insisted that the unverified and fake Steele dossier be included in the Intelligence Report… Brennan should be asked to testify under oath in Congress ASAP.
            5,902 replies 24,316 retweets 66,177 likes
            Reply 5.9K Retweet 24K Like 66K


            • cali says:

              @Marygrace Powers: ^^^^^This!

              In the end it is my belief that Steele did not write any part of this chit document but leant his name to make it appear to be legit. Besides he never worked for MI6 but rather MI^.

              Meanwhile two separate DOJ planes/jets arrived at the UK this week – one on Tuesday and the other one on Wednesday. Would we be so lucky to pick up Steele at a minimum?
              Who else would we need?

              In my personal opinion Brennan is a mole as well as the Ohr’s. These three plus Strzok appear to be individuals that have a very murky and anti-American history.

              As a matter of fact did anyone in the Hussein white was in favor of America?

              Lisa Page, Peter Strzok and Valerie Jarrett – Iranian born
              Hussein – the plant by the CIA an Indonesian citizen and his mother a CIA spy
              Chalupa – Ukrainian born

              Lastly: The military woman who defected to Iran and actively working as a spy shure looks a lot like Lisa Page when you put the pics next to each other. I could not find a pic of her sister and what she looks like. Strange….!


          • amr632 says:

            Thank you for your comment. I want the facts, just the facts from everyone. Feelings mean nothing in a debate and do not enlighten people or increase their knowledge.

            As wih this: The Democrats, and now the President, are throwing out the treason charge; the only crime covered in the Constitution.
            Article 3 – The Judicial Branch; Section 3 – Treason
            Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.
            So who is an enemy?
            Article 1 – The Legislative Branch; Section 8 – Powers of Congress
            To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water;
            Declaring war defines an enemy.
            We have laws about sedition, which is broader, but treason, IMO, requires a constitutionally defined enemy. And Russia is not an enemy, but an adversary since no declaration of war against Russia has been issued by Congress. And leaking secret or confidential information to the public is not treason ether; illegal, or maybe seditious, but not treasonous.


      • MaineCoon says:

        If it wasn’t long, then why not. Sundance got it and as Sundance said,

        “Yes, Senator Rand Paul, John Brennan most certainly put the Steele Dossier into the intelligence community assessment. The trail is transparent; it does not take a “high level source” to prove it.”

        Rand didn’t know because he didn’t want to know until it was safe to know, which was after the Mueller Report exonerating the President. He wouldn’t have said one word had a guilty report come forth.


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        • MAGAbear says:

          You just nailed it…….and saved me from having to post it. 😉

          But I guess it’s a plus that now some of the fence sitters feel emboldened to do the right things since Mueller’s report told us what we already knew. Better late than never I suppose.

          Liked by 1 person

          • MaineCoon says:

            Agree, but I won’t forget that they have a slimy side to their characters– unlike Nunes, who sets the standard, along with Jordan, Meadows. These slimy characters jmp on the Trumo Train when it suits them. For the most part I like Rand, but this tweet rubbed me the wrong way, along with hiw voting against the wall.

            Liked by 1 person

    • Julia Adams says:

      He lost me at “A high level source…”. Ridiculous and silly man who will not stand up for our President.

      Liked by 4 people

  3. bessie2003 says:

    It shouldn’t be too long now that Brennan realizes the cabal has decided to pick him as their ultimate fall guy.

    Wonder if he’s going to take one for the team or decide if he goes down, everyone goes down.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Scott says:

      He will either day he is a patriot and off himself or he will blame Obama or someone else. Problem is, how can you believe him?

      Liked by 1 person

    • SJM says:

      What’s the OVER/UNDER on Brennan committing “SUICIDE” ???

      Liked by 1 person

      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        What Chuck says is truly scary and should NEVER be forgotten.

        In one simply sentence the Minority Leader of the US Senate and member of Gang of Eight ACKNOWLEDGED who the masters really are.

        “DEEP State” is a conspiracy theory……..a JOKE????

        Jokes on us……..ain’t nothing “DEEP” about it……
        Chuck confirmed it right on NBC.

        (And people actually want to willingly turn over their healthcare to these eunuchs.)


      • Maybe they will send him on a hunting trip much like Scalia’s trip. I still don’t think his death was natural causes. Question is, how did they hide it?


    • Fools Gold says:

      Trumps 2020 stock is up….listen to Lindsay lately? Rand wants another SC and is advising the country…Rand would vote for that right now after some fubar first to tell everybody what a patriot he is and pansy play…

      Liked by 2 people

    • snellvillebob says:

      Brennan has proved himself to be an angry irrational alpha male. He will not take the blame and will take others down.
      But Hillary will take more down and we still have 33,000 counts each for destruction of evidence under a federal warrant and obstructing justice.

      Liked by 1 person

      • S Bishop says:

        I would challenge your assessment that Bennan is an ‘alpha’ anything. He is a Machiavellian sycophantic back-stabber that wormed his way into the head of the CIA on George Tenant’s coattails – and his Muslim bias to suck up to Obama. He is also apparently not very bright. However, when push comes to shove I agree that he will burn others on his way down.


  4. Fools Gold says:

    I meant off loaded folks not latex folks. My apologies for typing on a iPhone POS.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. RobInPA says:

    It’s a trap!

    Liked by 3 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      I guess the “walls are not really closing in on the POTUS” like we were told by the complicit MSM. Sounds like the walls are closing in AND it’s the beginning of the end for a bunch of dirty cops at FBI and corrupt civil servants at DoJ. What did Obama know….. and when did he know it.

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  6. Apollo says:

    “So under Obama’s watch Deputy Asst. Secretaries of Defense, via their connection to their immediate supervisor, likely had some daily access to the content within the PDB. And who was an Obama Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense?”

    Deputy Assistant Secretaries are several levels below Deputy Secretaries, despite the similar names (there is only one Deputy Secretary but may be dozens of Deputy Assistant Secretaries—who work for Assistant Secretaries, by the way, not the Deputy Secretary.) So this particular interpretation is unlikely.

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    • Jan says:

      In this instance, Sundance was making a point that Evelyn Farkas, whatever her title, apparently had access to/saw intelligence on candidate Trump. If she got it thru the PDB, then so did a lot more administration people at her rank or maybe even over. What should REALLY concern you is that she left her position in the DOD in late September 2015. That’s right, 2015, NOT 2016. That means the investigation/surveillance of candidate Trump & his campaign started much earlier than July 31, 2016. Otherwise, how would Farkas know much of anything about the amount of intelligence on candidate Trump if it didn’t until sometime in 2016.

      She then went on to become a foreign policy adviser to Hitlery. What she knew about Pres. Trump from her job at DOD, she took with her to the Hitlery campaign.

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  7. getouttahea says:

    Cuff em and stuff em

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Ruckus Tom says:

    Yaaaawwwwwwnnnnnn, until classified docs start getting released.


  9. Right to reply says:

    “On December 9, 2016, President Obama ordered a review to be carried out by American intelligence agencies to research Russian interference in United States elections going back to 2008. ” Why wait 8 years? I think we know…

    Liked by 6 people

  10. simicharmed says:

    2008-2016 is a terrible stain on the history of the United States!

    An Unknown Community Activists, Unknown (mostly absent), US Senator from the lawless State of Illinois “suddenly appears” and becomes US President. In Summary.

    Once placed – the Manchurian Candidate hires an entire legion of Unknowns and Unqualified to “lead” the United States of America!

    The list of imbeciles placed throughout the US Government was fully destructive BUT the placement of the Communist to “Run” the CIA was/is still shocking!

    Liked by 9 people

    • AmericaFirst says:


      Just the photographs posted today (Smollett related) were another infuriating reminder that the trash then living in our WH filled it with trash.

      Liked by 4 people

  11. jupitercomm says:

    Someone above mentioned Brennan being chosen as a sacrficial lamb & unfortunately – I mean that – that may be his fate. The ultimate knife in the back is something I don’t WISH UPON anyone nor do I delight in seeing them take it.

    But Brennan does fit the profile of a higher-up candidate for sacrificial lamb. I know Tucker had a former CIA Officer – & I think whistleblower? – on the other day & asked him “Brennan doesn’t strike me as incredibly bright, what’s your take knowing him?” To whcih the answer was “In over his head from day one”

    Diana West widely quotes Brennan’s masters’ thesis in The Red Thread: he wrote about a brief, experimental period of socialism in Egypt. I didn’t get the impression that at that age Brennan had a terribly nuanced mind. Unlike the juvenalia of Comey, there’s hardly any indication he had a subtle grasp of political theory or concepts he was working w/, let alone the “facts on the ground” he was trying to apply them to. He just comes across as “Stalin W/ A Human Face” w/o the Stalinist paranoia & self-awareness ofc

    Maybe he’ll flip

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    • senda72 says:

      I saw that interview with Tucker regarding his impression of Brennan. The person that he was talking to was John Kiriakou, who hopes that he receives a pardon from President Trump.

      Wikipedia ~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Kiriakou ~ “Nearly five years after the Justice Department had concluded Kiriakou committed no crime by giving his 2007 ABC interview, the CIA approached the new Obama Justice Department, already engaged in its own unprecedented crackdown on government leaks, and asked them to reopen the case.”


  12. 4EDouglas says:

    Brennan is going to beet feet for Qatar-watch. However..
    “Ah, Mr. Brennan, look out your window -we have company.”

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  13. Piggy says:

    So if we understand Bureaucrats don’t operate on their own. (They don’t) They do the bidding of whomever controls their prestige/money the rest makes sense.

    It would be mistaken to believe Brennan did anything on his own volition. He was “green lit”. The guy hates the Constitution and voted for Gus Hall for President. But he’s still a lap dog. He was a pencil pushing activist who would readily jump in.

    The POW hating Songbird of course would be involved. Just like how he worked with the 0 administration and Lois Lerner to tube the Tea Party. (See David Kramer). He was always going to be involved.

    Powers another pawn. Not going to do anything without a go ahead from a decision maker.

    Rice “green lighting” Brennan and more then likely having a sycophant abusing Powers name makes lots of sense. Rice is the key. She doesn’t come off as very smart and this was a mess.

    0 would be insulated, and I honestly don’t think he’s clever enough for any of this garbage. Besides reading a teleprompter well like a local news person he was unremarkable and not leader-like in mannerisms or thought. He is ultimately responsible though.

    Some people need to go to jail for this. They tried to overthrow an election and really the reaction from most of the GOP is truly shameful.

    Liked by 6 people

    • PBR says:

      I disagree, Piggy. Susan Rice comes off to me as highly intelligent, very cunning, perhaps not the best at convincing lies, but great at double-speak. Perfect for the o administration’s Dirty Deeds.


  14. Milo says:

    Paul states Brennan should be put under oath but he would have to be sworn using the Koran and, even then, he would lie under cover of taqiyya.

    Liked by 4 people

  15. Guffman says:

    Brennan would just lie (again!) under oath, so what would be the point? Seems everyone can lie to congress without consequence.

    Liked by 1 person

    • snellvillebob says:

      Only if they were Democrats. However, Devin Nunes is sending a request for investigation to William Barr this or next week with a bunch of names involving lies to Congress and inconsistent testimony out of parallel with others.


  16. trapper says:

    Looks like others have noticed the MSM appearing to be teeing up Brennan to be the fall guy. Seems fair to me. I’ve thought for years this was a Brennan op that he planted in the FBI and ran through his boy Strzok.


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    • Scott says:

      Brennan likely would not do this on his own. He would need tacit approval from someone in the WH. My guess is Jarrett gave the green light.

      We have emails saying the WH wanted to know everything. Everything. Obama and his inner WH circle will have a hard time claiming innocence. Page has been very honest about her dealings and didn’t take too kindly to McCabe trying to throw her under the bus.

      Intetesting time ahead…..

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      • namberak says:

        “Obama and his inner WH circle will have a hard time claiming innocence.” Concur, except… I think this whole thing was structured to give el Commandante plausible deniability. Brennan doesn’t seem smart enough to have concocted this himself but rating high on the lapdog scale, he would certainly have taken orders from Shadow President Jarrett to set this thing up.


      • snellvillebob says:

        And McCabe revealed that Rosenstein offered to wear a wire with Trump because he was being tossed under the bus. What is happening with McCabe’s trial for lying to the IG? Ohhh, delayed and delayed again?
        They all got dirt on each other so they will themselves be exposed if they testify or prosecute each other. Is our last chance military tribunals for treason?


  17. JoD says:

    The “word” on E Street….Brennan has a limited IQ.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Annie says:

      yes, the ex CIA agent on I think Tucker..said Brennan was way in over his head..he tied himself to George Tenet and thus was elevated way past his capabilities..not very bright.

      Liked by 1 person

    • trapper says:

      His op didn’t work, did it? We’re sitting here discussing it.

      If it had been someone else’s op, someone whose name you have never heard, and they had painted a target on Brennan as the patsy right from the beginning, much like Brennan set up Comey, and structured it so that Brennan even thought it WAS his op. that his thoughts were his original thoughts, now that would have been artful.


  18. SmurfetteX says:

    Sooner or later;
    when convenient, or their usefulness as active duty Lords or Super Henchmen has run its course, every Brennan’s anointed craftsname becomes a liability as framed by the One World Order of Bankers and Transnationals. Brennan saw the cards early on if Trump was acquitted which is why he was completely bonkers on Twitter casting aspersions on Trump. The Mueller report cleared Trump only a couple days ago.

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  19. PVCDroid says:

    Looks like Brennan is going to be sacrificed. Paul says a high ranking source told him it was Brennan. So that’s really good news and what we’ve been waiting for. Some of the good people who have been scared are going to come forward. Hopefully in droves.

    I also hope more bad people start to turn on each other, in public. That would be equally good and bring out more who want the truth to be known. It would be incredible if we got to the truth of who stole the DNC e-mails. SR? Oh no, don’t say the name, just don’t. Cause we all have a deep and strong conviction it was him. We gotta know and don’t hide it, Lindsay!!! He’s trying to protect many people I’m afraid.

    Seymour Hersh should end his career by going full boar with what he knows and investigate the f#ck out of this. Calling all honest journalists left on this planet. Now is the time for you to make a name for yourself and do the right thing.


    • Pyrthroes says:

      That’s “bore” as in calibre vs. lassitude). Even wild pigs deserve a break.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Alligator Gar says:

        Not to be a bore, but in the midst of boring right through this thread, I noticed the need for a boar to fill the empty spaces in my deep freeze. I am now off to bore through the woods in search of a bored boar who will sacrifice his life so that I may eat wild pig! 😉

        Bad. I know. (sheepish grin)

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    • Before anyone jumps onboard “It was Brennan” thingy…EVERYONE on this thread is forgetting…THIS DID NOT ORGINATE IN A VACUUM…There are other players involved…Rand Paul is NOT very bright in bringing this guy out this quickly after the “NO Obstruction and No Collusion” document and look how many have jumped onboard this is the guy.

      NOPE NOT BUYING IT…RP is for RP…He has not had the spotlight in awhile so this is it. Besides, who in the hell would believe someone who says it’s Brennan AND he doesn’t give his source…These repub senators WANT A SC…to drag this out until the 2020 election…Pox on them…

      Let PDJT do what is NECESSARY TO CLEANUP THE GARBAGE. PDJT is NOT going to show his hand until he is ready and saying that “to let BARR and LG” handle this is just mis-direction…Everyone is forgetting those 2 EO when PDJT took office…KEEP THAT IN MIND…As someone said earlier…the Senate has NO legal recourse…THE HOUSE DOES!!!


  20. Pyrthroes says:

    Sundance strikes again! For months now, our esteemed trek-guide has (on rare occasions) descended to obscene pejoratives regarding Brennan, by extension Gangrenous hissef’.

    If Alger Hiss at Yalta is any indication, this embedded mealworm is far more sinister than most are willing to admit.


    • Alligator Gar says:

      Agreed, Pyrthroes. Brennan beats Hiss out in the dangerous category, however, because not only is he a Communist, he’s an Islamist as well.

      We, as a nation, must address the overly influential pernicious political philosophy of Islam. “Tolerance” will lead us all into an early grave.


  21. timothy says:

    Look how Farkas was Brennan’s useful pawn. Farkas only saw the pdb and assumed it was legit.

    People like Brennan salivate over the massive amount of misdirection as arguments ensue st the Farkas level.

    The issue is never the issue.

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    • Linda K says:

      Where is Farkas now? Is she still in government? Would be interesting to interview her now, and hear the scuttlebutt that’s circulating at her level.

      Liked by 2 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        She should have been brought before Congress and questioned LONG AGO! It’s criminal that they haven’t interviewed her. BUT, like all things FISA, when it’s up for renewal they all look the other way and say YES. It benefits them.

        Anyone who doesn’t think the UNIParty didn’t collectively enjoy dragging President TRUMP, his family, allies and supporters through the mud and bankupting them for all this time, you are smokin’ somethin’. That is why you will be hearing a lot of Rs saying “let’s move on”… It’s already starting…

        And VSGPOTUS TRUMP looks around and says, “What do you mean move on? Have you seen everything I’ve done for this country since you dragged me into this sh1tsh0w?

        I can do more than one thing at a time and so should you. That’s why you get paid the big bucks, so EARN IT!

        Barr & I got this. Stay in you own lane. I promised Law & Order and I will demand Law & Order. Watch me!”


  22. NOW a high level source tells him this? B.S! He didn’t do anything in support of Trump through the entire investigation, now he’s trying to save his a** along with everyone else and he wants to get re-elected. If he has such sources then he MUST have known about the whole plan all along! He has outed himself and the people will not forget it.

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  23. Thanks for the picture of Curly, Larry and Moe!


  24. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    By 2013, Obama’s PDB was making its way to more than 30 recipients, including the president’s top strategic communications aide and speechwriter, and deputy secretaries of national security departments

    Bennie’s of this?
    1) Multiple leak pathways to best distribute info/disinfo while simultaneously making the original source of the leak difficult to pinpoint
    2) Multiple possible “FALL GUYS”

    (Oh…and Evelyn…….you’re at the top of that list)

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  25. Doug Amos says:

    All interesting stuff and as always, the brilliance of Sun Dance. Yes, Brennan has a face only his mother could love but he is just an easy pawn for the media to toss to us. Focus on the land swindler from Chicago and by extension Jarrett. A much easier approach for a whole lot bigger reward and down go all the dominos anyhow. President Trump wants Obama; he does not fish for minnows.

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  26. TwoLaine says:

    Rand was on F & F this AM to discuss this.


  27. TwoLaine says:

    Speaking of sh1tsh0ws, Shifty Sh1t is running one LIVE:

    Liked by 1 person

  28. doohmax says:

    By the way, whatever happened to Evelyn Farkas after she happily spilled the beans on Obama Administration spying on the Trump Campaign? Just another egomaniac bragging about her importance without realizing she was exposing crimes. The Media ignored this very early evidence of Obama malfeasance.


  29. gsonFFIT says:

    Not sure if I am repeating other posts, but this is important because Senator Paul is bringing Intelligence Community Assessment on Russian election interference into question. There are many reasons to do so.

    1) The fact that only 3 agencies participated and not the full 17 is a big deal. This makes it basically an unofficial report. “National Intelligence Council” must endorse for this to be “peer reviewed” and an official work-product of IC.

    2) Brennan added dossier after the fact and this caused Adm. Mike Rogers to not endorse

    3) Peter Strzok was major contributor and this is reason to believe bias. In fact all the analysis were hand picked according to Clapper testimony. So this was a group project of 3 agencies’ analyst but not independent work by each agency.

    By calling into question Brennan’s ICA on Russian interference, Rand Paul is suggesting not only is there no collusion but there was no Russian “meddling” This is the document that will prove this

    Sucks to be Adam Schiff


  30. concerned3 says:

    Looks like Rand Paul, is trying to get people to forget his voting against the President.

    Rand Paul to Introduce Amendment to Mueller Report Resolution That Demands Release of Obama’s Communications Concerning Decision to Investigate Trump Campaign
    by Cassandra Fairbanks March 28, 2019

    Senator Rand Paul is introducing an amendment to the House-passed resolution on releasing the Mueller Report that demands more information on the origins of the Obama Administration’s decisions concerning the investigation of Donald Trump and his campaign, particularly the use of the “unverified and patently false” Steele dossier.
    The amendment also demands public release of all of President Barack Obama’s communications concerning the decision to investigate the Trump Campaign and public release of all communications or reports concerning the decision not to indict Hillary Clinton or the Clinton Foundation.

    According to a press release from the Kentucky senator’s office, the amendment calls for the public release of all information and communications involving James Comey, John Brennan, James Clapper, Susan Rice, Barack Obama, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Loretta Lynch, Bruce Ohr, or anyone else in the Obama Administration concerning the Steele dossier or investigating Donald Trump and his campaign.


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