The DOJ and FBI Influence of Dana Boente…

In 2015 the DOJ-OIG (office of inspector general) requested oversight of the DOJ National Security Division.  It was Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates who responded with a lengthy 58 page legal explanation saying, essentially, ‘nope – not allowed.’ (PDF HERE) All of the DOJ is subject to oversight, except the DOJ-NSD.

When John Carlin resigned as Asst. Attorney General in charge of the DOJ National Security Division in October 2016 he was replaced by Principal Deputy Asst. Attorney General and Chief of Staff, Mary McCord.  After President Trump took office on January 20th, 2017, Sally Yates was Acting AG and Mary McCord was in charge of the DOJ-NSD.

Yates and McCord were the two Main Justice officials who then engaged with White House Counsel Don McGahn on January 26th, 2017, regarding the General Flynn FBI interview conducted on January 24th.  The Trump-Russia Collusion Conspiracy was the headline.

On January 30th, 2017, Sally Yates was fired for refusing to defend the Trump travel ban from extremist countries.  Yates was replaced on January 31st by the U.S. Attorney from the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA), Dana Boente.

With his shift to Main Justice Dana Boente was Acting Attorney General, and Mary McCord was Asst. AG in charge of the DOJ-NSD.  Boente was in the Acting AG position from Jan 31st, 2017, until Jeff Sessions was confirmed on February 8th, 2017.

When Jeff Sessions became AG, Dana Boente became Acting Deputy AG, a role he would retain until Rod Rosenstein was confirmed on April 25th, 2017.   [Mary McCord remained head of the DOJ-National Security Division]

On March 2nd, 2017, Dana Boente was one of the small group who participated in a conversation that led to the recusal of Jeff Sessions from anything related to the 2016 election.  This recusal included the ongoing FBI counterintelligence investigation known as Crossfire Hurricane, which was later picked up by Robert Mueller.

The other attendees for the recusal decision-making meeting (see above schedule) included Sessions’ chief of staff Jody Hunt; Criminal Chief in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, Jim Crowell; Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG) in the Department of Justice National Security Division Tash Gauhar (FISA lawyer); and Associate Deputy Attorney General Scott Schools.  [Note: Tash Gauhar was lawyer for FBI Clinton case; and Scott Schools was part of drafting Clinton exoneration letter.]

The Main Justice group influenced Jeff Sessions to recuse.

With AG Jeff Sessions recused on March 2, 2017, FBI Director James Comey now reported to Acting Deputy AG Dana Boente.  [Technically, Boente is still EDVA U.S. Attorney and is only ‘acting’ as Deputy AG]  Additionally, on March 31st, 2017, President Trump signs executive order 13787 making the U.S. EDVA Attorney the 3rd in line for DOJ succession.

Question:  If Dana Boente was appointed “Acting Attorney General” on January 31st, 2017 (he was), then why did Don McGahn need to draw up XO 13787 on March 31st, 2017… especially after confirmed AG Jeff Sessions was already in place Feb 9th?

The answer likely has to do with a sign-off needed for FISA.

See the issue?

How does somebody (unknown) advise White House Counsel Don McGahn to draw up an executive order so that Boente can sign a FISA…. without telling Don McGahn the reason why AG Sessions can’t sign off on the FISA?   See the issue now?

In the period between March 2nd and April 25th – With AG Sessions recused, and without a Deputy AG confirmed, Dana Boente is simultaneously:

  • U.S. Attorney for EDVA
  • Acting Deputy AG.
  • Acting AG for all issues related to Sessions recusal.

It is James Comey and Dana Boente who sign the April 2017 FISA renewal for Carter Page.

(Page #271 – Carter Page FISA Application)

This dynamic would later become important as notes Boente took from conversations with James Comey became evidence for Mueller’s expanded obstruction investigation.  [3/2/17 Mary McCord is still head of DOJ-NSD]

Somehow Acting Deputy AG Dana Boente’s personal and handwritten notes were mysteriously leaked to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow.

[Backstory Here]

On April 20th, 2017, Mary McCord announces her intent to resign from the DOJ National Security Division effective with the confirmation of Deputy AG nominee Rod Rosenstein.

On April 25th, 2017, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is confirmed.   Rosenstein now takes over the responsibilities held by Acting DAG Dana Boente; this includes the FBI counterintelligence probe.

On May 9th, 2017, FBI Director James Comey is fired.

On May 10th, 2017, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe opens a criminal ‘obstruction of justice investigation’ of President Trump to parallel/compliment the ongoing counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign and administration.

On/Around May 11th, 2017, Mary McCord departs.  Dana Boente now becomes the Asst. Attorney General and head of the DOJ National Security Divison.  Simultaneously retaining role as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of VA.

On May 16th, 2017, Rosenstein takes Robert Mueller to the White House to meet President Trump. On May 17th, Rosenstein appoints the Robert Mueller special counsel probe. On May 18th, 2017, Scott Schools authorizes Robert Mueller:

And we’re off to the Trump-Russia-Collusion-Obstruction races…

With hindsight it is now clear the various players inside Main Justice and the FBI had a vested interest in maintaining the assault against Trump. By now everyone can see the bigger goal was against the office of POTUS. [“obstruction” etc.]  All of the personnel moves should be reviewed with hindsight of the larger anti-Trump objective in mind.

Against the known fraud that was the Trump-Russia Collusion-Conspiracy narrative, there are no visible people who didn’t participate in one form or another.

Dana Boente was head of DOJ-NSD from May 11th, 2017 through end of October 2017 when he officially announced his intent to retire.  However, the timeline gets cloudy here because Boente said he was staying on until an official replacement was announced. There’s no indication of when he actually left the DOJ-NSD or the EDVA role.

On January 23rd, 2018, FBI Director Christopher Wray announces Boente has shifted over to the FBI to be Chief Legal Counsel (replacing James Baker).  As Mueller is using 19 lawyers, and 40 FBI investigators, Boente now becomes a legal adviser to Christopher Wray while the Mueller probe is ongoing.

As we recently discovered, Mueller’s lead FBI agent for the corrupt Russia collusion-conspiracy investigation, was David W. Archey.  Archey was selected by Robert Mueller when FBI Agent Peter Strzok was removed.  The Mueller probe took over the counterintelligence investigation in May 2017, a few months later Special Agent Peter Strzok was removed (July) and David W. Archey was brought in:

As David Archey arrives in August 2017, Mueller is getting the new scope memo from Rod Rosenstein.  There’s little doubt the entire FBI group would have known the Trump-Russia collusion-conspiracy narrative was false.  So Archey status as lead agent has to be considered *corrupt/sketchy*; FBI activity was likely focused on the obstruction angle.

Interestingly at the conclusion of the Mueller investigation Archey was promoted by Christopher Wray to head of the Richmond, Virginia FBI field office (March 4, 2019).  This field office overlaps with another FBI/DOJ filing from the EDVA.

The April 11th, 2019, recently released Julian Assange indictment stems from the EDVA.  From the indictment we discover it was under seal since March 6th, 2018:

(Link to pdf)

However, on Tuesday April 15th more investigative material was released. Again, note the dates: Grand Jury, *December of 2017* This means FBI investigation prior to….

The investigation took place prior to December 2017, it is coming from the EDVA where Dana Boente was still, presumably, U.S. Attorney.  The grand jury indictment was sealed from March of 2018 until April of 2019.

Why the delay?  Here’s where it gets interesting….

This FBI submission to the Grand Jury in December of 2017 was four months after congressman Dana Rohrabacher talked to Assange in August of 2017: “Assange told a U.S. congressman … he can prove the leaked Democratic Party documents … did not come from Russia.”

(August 2017, The Hill Via John Solomon) Julian Assange told a U.S. congressman on Tuesday he can prove the leaked Democratic Party documents he published during last year’s election did not come from Russia and promised additional helpful information about the leaks in the near future.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, a California Republican who is friendly to Russia and chairs an important House subcommittee on Eurasia policy, became the first American congressman to meet with Assange during a three-hour private gathering at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where the WikiLeaks founder has been holed up for years.

Rohrabacher recounted his conversation with Assange to The Hill.

“Our three-hour meeting covered a wide array of issues, including the WikiLeaks exposure of the DNC [Democratic National Committee] emails during last year’s presidential election,” Rohrabacher said, “Julian emphatically stated that the Russians were not involved in the hacking or disclosure of those emails.”

Pressed for more detail on the source of the documents, Rohrabacher said he had information to share privately with President Trump. (read more)

It would appear the FBI took keen interest after this August 2017 meeting and gathered specific evidence for a grand jury by December 2017.  Then the DOJ sat on the indictment (sealed in March 2018) while the Mueller probe was ongoing; until April 11th, 2019, when a coordinated effort between the U.K. and U.S. was launched. Assange was arrested, and the indictment was unsealed (link).

To me, as a person who has researched this three year fiasco; including the ridiculously false 2016 Russian hacking/interference narrative: “17 intelligence agencies”, JAR report (needed for Obama in December ’16), and political ICA (January ’17); this looks like a Deep State move to control Julian Assange because the Mueller report is dependent on Russia cybercrimes…. AND that narrative is contingent on the Russia DNC hack story:

(Bloomberg) Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Friday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report describes Russian cybercrimes during the 2016 election.

The report, which is expected to be released soon, will clear up questions about the Russian campaign to interfere in the election President Donald Trump won, Rosenstein said in a speech given to a private group at the Metropolitan Club of Washington, according to three people in attendance. (more)

Attorney General Bill Barr has already outlined the Mueller/Rosenstein report contains claims that Russia hacked the DNC servers as the central element to the Russia interference narrative in the U.S. election.  This claim is directly disputed by WikiLeaks and Assange, as outlined during the Dana Rohrabacher interview.  There’s the motive to shut him down.

The DNC hack claim is contingent upon analysis by Crowdstrike computer forensics who were paid by the DNC to look into the issue.  The FBI was never allowed to review the servers independently.   Almost all independent research into this DNC hack claim also challenges the claims of a Russia hack of the DNC servers.

Dana Boente was part of the group who advised Sessions to recuse.  Boente later authorized the second renewal of the Title-one surveillance warrant and worked with James Comey.  Boente then leaked his Comey notes to the media, essentially to support Comey’s narrative about Trump; and participated from within the FBI as legal counsel to Chris Wray who told everyone in July 2018 there was no political bias in the FBI… but hey, everyone is going to bias training….. and pay no attention to the 40 FBI agents who were investigating an invisible Trump Russia-Collusion-Conspiracy for two years.

Seriously?

There are no “good guys” in this. There are no “white hats” here. Certainly not Mueller, Rosenstein, Wray, Bowditch or Boente.  Instead, this is a matrix of broad interests positioned only to benefit and sustain the status quo of the administrative state; and protect the larger community from the Trump disruption.

In the end it all comes back to the same series of questions. Who was recommending to President Trump that he retain and promote DOJ and FBI officials who were part of the anti-Trump Russia collusion-conspiracy program?

Someone who knew the system but would still be vulnerable to peer influence.  Someone who would take counsel and advice on who was needed and where. Someone in a position of influence with President Trump.  Someone who could steer these placements from a position of advisement close to the President.

Appointing Rod Rosenstein as DAG was one of those key placements.

Appointing DC U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu was another.

From Rosenstein we get: Mueller, Chris Wray, David Bowditch and Dana Boente.

Meanwhile Jessie Liu quashed cases against: Awan bros, James Wolfe, Greg Craig and Andrew McCabe.

With the Mueller report coming out tomorrow, I suspect we are going to see direct testimony from people, perhaps including a White House counsel, who was not previously suspected of working against the interests of the executive – when President Trump waived executive privilege and encouraged all staff members to cooperate with the special counsel…

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473 Responses to The DOJ and FBI Influence of Dana Boente…

  1. Curt says:

    “Who was recommending to President Trump that he retain and promote DOJ and FBI officials who were part of the anti-Trump Russia collusion-conspiracy program?” That’s the $64 dollar question.
    There surely exists a Machiavellian low life sleeper in the White House who is working against this president. Maybe more than one? Because Trump was an outsider, he’s had to trust the judgement and advice from many insiders. This person(s) is not only very obviously dangerous in so many ways internally, but has already done a huge amount of damage to President Trump politically and personally. The Jeff Sessions period had to be the most destructive. (There aren’t enough pejorative terms to describe this man) Here’s the current problem; and we’re already starting to see it develop here within the many posts on this subject. While speculating and hypothesizing about who this “low life traitor” actually is, many innocent and effective Trump insiders are being tainted with suspicion. This treacherous cancer within the White House is destructive is many ways other than just the obvious. President Trump is extremely smart and knows this person(s) exist. It’s counter productive for anyone, us included, to accuse or speculate about individuals who we “suspect”. I respect Sundance’s three year study of this criminal conspiracy and his knowledge of the facts. God willing, sooner or later the moles, this one included, will be exposed. Unfortunately, we need more patience.

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    • nonniemae says:

      I agree. I want the person exposed and removed forthwith but I’m sad that so many names are tossed around. It is an ugly nasty swamp.

      I thought Jeff Sessions was a true blue patriot when he was appointed AG. Years ago, I thought Paul Ryan was a budget cutting conservative. I clearly don’t have good judgement regarding these national figures by simply reading about them and seeing them on television.

      I pray for President Trump. What a man!

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    • Truthfilter says:

      The only reason I don’t think Sessions was working for deep State is that there are a handful of his Senate staff who went to work for the Trump Administration and they are still there. One is Miller—whom most of us love. I’m not sure who the others are but they’ve worked for the campaign, the transition, and the administration. If Sessions was up to no good, what can we infer about his staff who still work for President Trump? I just can’t believe that Stephen Miller would play ball with them but then I’ve noticed how none of the rabid media nor has the Mueller team gone after Miller nor any of Session’s former staff, as far as I know.

      Since Sundance says “there are no good guys,” maybe we should make a list of all of President Trump’s people who weren’t harassed by Mueller over the past 2 years. Maybe the Mueller report will shed some light on this.

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    • Electra says:

      Undoubtedly, the Trump team knows who recommended Don McGahn, Jessie Liu and other bad actors. The question is: have they connected the dots and recognised the back-stabbing nature of this person?

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    • “The Jeff Sessions period had to be the most destructive.”
      I couldn’t agree more. The opportunity cost of two lost years is well-nigh incalculable. I too keep coming back to the Sessions recusal as the single-most damaging event to befall the Trump movement.

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    • RLTW says:

      There’s nothing more dangerous than a criminal with a law degree. However, the assessment of Wray, Bowditch and Abbate is incorrect. They have been endlessly played by the Obama holdovers. They are new to the job and are just beginning to grasp the scope of corruption within the FBI and DOJ. Quite frankly, they don’t know what the hell to do. They are an island of newly-appointed honesty in the middle of an ocean of corruption.

      If Barr is what we hope he is then the Director’s Office may finally be able to take action. Understand, the FBI only investigates and it cannot prosecute regardless of what America witnessed with the Comey clown show. Nor can DOJ OIG/Horowitz. Keep an open mind. There is a lot more going on than meets the eye. I think that FBI and DOJ may finally be in good hands and is hopefully on the path to redemption.

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    • tommy mc donnell says:

      “who was recommending to president trump that he retain and promote…” ever think the republican party?

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  2. Perot Conservative says:

    Important points on the Eastern District of Virginia / Boente. KEY AREA.

    1. “According to The Washington Post, “The job is an important and high-profile one. The Eastern District is home to the CIA and the Pentagon, and its prosecutors often handle terrorism cases. It includes about 300 lawyers and other employees with offices in Alexandria, Richmond, Norfolk and Newport News.”

    2. He was part of the Flynn debacle.

    3. Hillary Email: “Boente and the Eastern District of Virginia office oversaw the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails in 2016, alongside the FBI, according to the Washington Post.

    “He and other prosecutors took part in the interviews of the then-Democratic presidential nominee and her current and former staffers.”

    https://heavy.com/news/2017/10/why-did-dana-boente-resign-flynn/

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  3. Joe Buzz says:

    This crime is not complicated. Unfortunately, POTUS was handcuffed from the start. His options for upper level appointments were all deep state swamp rats. Everyone on both sides of the isle knew he was sent to the capitol of the Free world to make changes and the power mongers will permit nothing that threatens their grip. He could not be bought so they had to resort to their other methods in order to “resist”. There are not enough believers in the rule of law inside the beltway to clean this up. The political power structure will yield to no outsider. “We the people” have become the “deplored” and our sources for public exposure of wrong doing by application of tar+feathers, has been diluted and relegated to complaints buried within blog threads read only by a like minded few.

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  4. Perot Conservative says:

    Boente quote from his talk at his high school.

    “Asked the most stressful part of being Acting Attorney General, Boente said, “I really don’t think it was that much stress. I guess maybe I’m not wired that way that I feel a lot of stress. It was a difficult time. We were trying to enforce the first immigration order, and that was very difficult. In my personal experience, I always thought trial work was a lot more stressful. When you try a lot of cases, you’re eventually going to lose one.”

    *** “He noted that as Attorney General, he signed all applications for foreign intelligence surveillance warrants. “For 10 days, I was the only person in the country who could sign those,” he said, noting those are warrants for tracking a person’s cell phone use, searching their home, etc., without the person knowing about it.” ***

    http://enquirerdemocrat.com/boente-speaks-chs-students/

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  5. HickTick says:

    PDJT was an outsider , He relied on Never Trumpers to help him fill positions . Prebis didn’t help .Ryan and McConnell didn’t help , Flynn got canned , Jared is a democrat , McMaster was a snake . It would be real easy to make a list of who the President can trust even at this point .

    The deep state has people lined up to feed to the President when someone leaves . Wray is a prime example . Sessions recommended Rosenstein . They will all be outed in the next 6 years .
    Have Faith A handful of Indictments will start the water to Boil .

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  6. Right to reply says:

    Rick Perry recommended Mcghan

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    • WES says:

      Right: You are the first I have seen to have said Rick Perry made the fateful recommendation of Mcghan.

      I looked up his bio. Started his political life as a Dem before switching to Republican in1989.

      Rick Perry is President Trump’s Energy Sec. so a current cabinet member.

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        Don McGahn was a member of the Trump Campaign, so I doubt he was recommended by Rick Perry:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_McGahn

        “McGahn served as Donald Trump’s campaign counsel during his 2016 campaign for president.[7] McGahn managed all litigation involving Donald Trump’s 2016 Presidential campaign. Early in 2016, he stopped efforts to keep Trump off of the Republican primary ballot in New Hampshire by going to court and winning to ensure ballot access in a key primary state.[13] McGahn also assembled and oversaw the legal team that helped defeat the NeverTrump movement at the 2016 Republican National Convention, both in the RNC Rules Committee and on the convention floor.[14] Several weeks before the election, lawsuits were filed in four battleground states alleging voter intimidation and seeking to enjoin the Trump campaign from having observers at polling locations.[15] McGahn successfully managed and won these litigations.[16]”

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    • aumechanic says:

      Who ever said that Rick perry was straight?

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  7. Beau Geste says:

    Is Boente “buddies” with the FISC judge Contreras?
    If I recall correctly, Contreras was appointed to the FISC shortly before contreras signed the FISA Warrant against PJDT (the phony Page warrant) that a previous Judge had rejected. How did he get assigned the Trump Campaign warrant, after it had been rejected by another judge? The biased/conflicted Contreras later had to be removed from the Flynn case by either Chief Justice Roberts or FISC Judge Collyer.
    Are Boente and Contreras part of the deep state team?

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  8. JG3 says:

    The “out-of-the-blue” attempt to get rid of VA’s gov and lt gov has never added up. Why? Pieces didn’t fit. Now, with this Assange thing, maybe they do. The D/A State always knew they may have to use Assange in order to CTA. So, doesn’t it make sense, they needed in-control of every thing/people/records in VA?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Pardon?

      Could you write that again? It doesn’t make sense as written… also, what are these shorthand for: “D/A” “CTA” ?

      Not sure what Virginia has to do with the arrest of Julian Assange, either…

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      • JG3 says:

        Deep/Administrative “State” Cover Their A**

        (from Sundance’s writing above) Appears a lot of the players are coming out of VA. And, Assage’s Grand Jury indictment was filed in the Eastern District of VA. (from other news) And, that’s where Gosifer 2 was brought.

        And, who was governor of VA during 2016…McAuliffe (Clintons and McCabe)

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  9. Eagle says:

    People need to be executed for treason. Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, they both got away with it for years. Their example has emboldened the enemies of our country. No more. Someone needs to hang in a public square. If it’s Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Rice ….. we need to do it. Firing squad would be nice. If It’s Brennan, Put it on national TV. Pop his head off.

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    • Wayne The Seine says:

      I like it….. maybe make a picnic out of the event. Bring the fam, some sammiches , tater salad and tripod to hold the video camera so we can show future generations of political filth what happens when you step over the line. I like it a lot.

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  10. Ray Runge says:

    TY for the continued reporting and the very informative connect the dots analysis the involves our federal bureaucratic administrative state.

    The pattern that emerges to me after the many granular articles that show the intricate bureaucratic handling of the Spygate coup attempt—-is that people / players that fill the roles all belong to a “club”. The ‘club’s” actions become the magnetic altar that defines loyalty.

    The club has been deemed more important than constitutional foundation our legal system. “A coup attempt is accepted activity for the “Club”. Boente was just another loyal member of the club.

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  11. Gary Lacey says:

    So what and how do you keep Assange’s mouth shut…..murder him…make it look like medical complications or have an immate broomhandle him?
    There are a lot of SOB’s with their tits in the wringer at the DOJ, FBI, etc.

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  12. Pyrthroes says:

    Anyone not properly outraged by this CTH overview is kin to a Copperhead southerner bent on subverting Lincoln’s administration through 1861 – ’62. And for what– so some mealworm poseur can charm twitface media’s gender-bending, racialist King Cobra, swaying in its basket flicking a forked tongue?

    Though this carcinogenic rodenteria –“cancer in Rats”– has been building from 1964 – 1992, the underlying socio-political degradation is directly traceable to Wilson’s perversely anti-Federal Amendments XVI and XVII, ratified 1913. The fact that over 30 months no more than 2 – 3 House Members, not one honorable Senator, has addressed Gangrenous’ thuggish legacy designed to disenfranchise half the American electorate means Trump is but a finger in the dike. Maybe he’ll plug the hole… but, hey, didn’t some equally antique edifice in Paris just go up in flames?

    The prospect that some bad faith, ill-willed, false pretense “gray eminence” sits subtly undermining Trump at every turn, is cause for terrible concern. Once “color of law” is scrubbed away, America’s Great Republic will be one with Nineveh and Tyre.

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  13. Laramie Evan says:

    Is the suggestion here that the traitor is Don McGahn? That seems to be implicit in the tweets/texts below the story. Or is the suggestion that the person is still one step removed — the person who recommended that McGahn be hired?

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  14. Gadsden says:

    Who recommended some of these people? What was Bannon’s involvement in this process? He was leaking anti trump screed’s from the Oval to Breitbart non-stop. Anybody remember the daily hysterical “Javanka” articles? Just food for thought.

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  15. nimrodman says:

    Pressed for more detail on the source of the documents, Rohrabacher said he had information to share privately with President Trump.

    Do we know that he did?
    (meet with PresTrump and convey that information)?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Last I heard, he had not had a meeting… then he didn’t get re-elected.

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      • nimrodman says:

        I guess we can hope that PresTrump got that information thru other channels, then

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        • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

          on my way to discovering CTH, I was a lonely American trying to find answers about Clinton, Mueller, some dude named Strzok, and a judge named Contreras…in the course of that trek, I stumbled on an article in The Nation by a cat named Patrick Lawrence, who was being publicly excoriated for daring to paddle against the current…then the trail of crumbs became an onramp to the truth highway leading to the Treehouse. Not long after, I began to appreciate what Assange might reveal that could liberate the Trump presidency from the trappings of an attempted coup….Christians VS Lions, David VS Goliath,…Trump VS Deep State…so here we are. I think Rohrabacher is due a “thank you” as he was willing to be a subject of ridicule when everyone was pointing fingers at him and laughing.

          Thank you, Representative Rohrabacher, for daring to do something, even when it didn’t seem to matter.

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  16. mtk says:

    Details, it’s the details.
    If Jody Hunt is AG Jeff Session’s chief of staff and the itinerary of March 2nd, 2017 is

    What is the time slot meeting of 1:30 to 2:30 about if it is bill as FISA Signature Time.

    Then later in the day is the Recusal meeting.

    Was this the crux of AG Seasions Recusal argument.

    That since his chief of Staff had early participated in an internal meeting/discussion/signing off on an upcoming re-upping of a FISA warrant(assuming it’s Carter Page).

    My question would be, “Was this orchestrated?”
    Was the underlying foundation of the warrant discussed?
    If so, what was the compelling argument?
    If the compelling argument timewise has to be known to the likes of NSD participants as fraudulent, would not the compelling argument be based on a fraud?

    Did accur to Jody Hunt that this would later be used to predicate the AG’s recuscal?
    Was this recusal time slot even on the schedule, or are we seeing a post committee write up of the events?

    I am sure many poker faces where on point at this meeting, but in essence a fraud was committed in front of the likes of IG Horowitz and AG Session’s chief staff.

    Is it unreasonable to ask, “Was this outcome orchestrated?”

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  17. Fantasy…yes, but…
    Wouldn’t it be great if at the press conference tomorrow, AG Barr led off with by announcing the first group of indictments against the deep state conspirators?! Heads would explode.

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  18. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    How about we break it up a bit……Two Cellos…these guys are classical Cellists….who have used their talent for contemporary tunes….I will provide two of their more famous outings..

    Enjoy….

    The first is: I imagine the audience being Congress…..during their playing …just look at the faces in the crowd of stuck up malecontents ….classic….liberal tears….
    Tomorrow…after the AG’s press conference they will be…”Thunderstruck”….

    The second…..I dedicate to AG Barr……….the crooks are on a “Highway to Hell…

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    • Republicanvet91 says:

      Their expressions at the end of Thunderstruck says it all.

      I can just imagine it on the faces of every deep state swamp rat at their little parties when they find out the latest thing Trump has been successful at.

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  19. amaezed one says:

    Three traitors come to mind: Pence, Pompeo and Bolton for starters. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvL2J6NFcJc) Pence for his involvement in Ecuador’s President for ousting Assange (IMF paid bribe). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HPs1RY1wvM. Pompeo for shutting down peace negotiations (Russia/N.Korea) and Bolton, who we all know as a war monger. CIA Dir Haspel has to be fired for obvious reasons. The other traitors will be revealed through investigating the swamp. This isn’t a Washington issue, nor a USA issue. This is a world-wide issue. The global elite are everywhere through their minions. They lie to your face. Why POTUS doesn’t get advice on who to appoint beggars belief! Rudy G. and Sec of State. Devin, there are plenty of obvious Trump trustees. POTUS is a business man not politician who doesn’t know the character of each individual. If you want surety and expediency at trial, go to Virginia. Don’t they also have the death penalty! Look to UK/European Union/Vatican for originating the collusion narrative. Information is king. Press freedom is under attack. Cheers 🙂

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  20. Republicanvet91 says:

    “perhaps including a White House counsel”

    McGahn was who I guessed before I got to the answer.

    It has been obvious from all of the media reports in which he is mentioned as possibly one who fears backlash from POTUS after the report is issued.

    He deserves every bit of it. Being a traitor when loyalty is expected is one thing. Being a disloyal traitor including to the Constitution is another.

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  21. Sully says:

    How did Dana Boente become ‘acting AG’ – I was under the impression that days before Trump was sworn in that Obama signed EO removing Boente from leadership succession at DOJ..? Am I wrong? It would seem to me Obama saw a threat in Boente and wanted a last ditch effort to keep him minimized. Of 47 US attorneys from Obama admin Trump fired all but 3 – including Huber and Boente amongst the ‘saved’.

    I think Boente, now at FBI is on team Trump and cooperating about the entire scandal all along. Trump is protecting this cat for some strange reason. More to come.

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  22. shipley130 says:

    I wonder how James Comey’s tummy is feeling today? Do you think he is feeling a little seasick?

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