Rank and Vile – Absolute Proof Mueller FBI Investigators Leaked Investigative Documents to Media…

Whiskey – Tango – Foxtrot !!

There has been a widespread media claim for two years that Robert Mueller’s special counsel team never leaked.  However, today, while entirely obfuscating the lede aspect to their admission/story, Buzzfeed News outlines how FBI agents assigned to Robert Mueller’s team actually leaked documents from their investigation to the media.

This admission is stunning…. I don’t even think Buzzfeed realizes what they are admitting to here.  It’s in these paragraphs (emphasis mine):

(Buzzfeed) […] I’d also like to share an accounting of how we came to our characterization, to give our audience and people who reasonably raised questions about our reporting as much information as possible about how the story came to be.

Our story was based on detailed information from senior law enforcement sources. That reporting included documents — specifically, pages of notes that were taken during an interview of [Michael] Cohen by the FBI.

In those notes, one law enforcement source wrote that “DJT personally asked Cohen to say negotiations ended in January and White House counsel office knew Cohen would give false testimony to Congress. Sanctioned by DJT. Joint lawyer team reviewed letter Cohen sent to SSCI about his testimony about Trump Tower moscow, et al, knowing it contained lies.”

The law enforcement source also wrote: “Cohen told OSC” — the Office of Special Counsel — “he was asked to lie by DJT/DJT Jr., lawyers.”

At the time, the sources asked reporters to keep the information confidential, but with the publication of Mueller’s report they have permitted its release. (read more)

Do you realize what Buzzfeed is saying right there?

The FBI gave copies of their FD-302 reports (investigative notes) to Buzfeed news !!

Notice the use of the plural “reporters“; specifically the way “reporters” is used in the paragraph, infers that multiple media outlets were given the same FBI leaked documents.

Tell me again about the honorable “rank and file”…  I digress.

The lead investigative member of the FBI for Robert Mueller was FBI Special Agent David Archey.  Presumably, according to the narrative, Special Agent Archey took over after it was determined the text-message evidence of Pete Strzok’s political bias was a taint upon the investigative unit.

(outlined in FBI declarations about Comey Memos)

Mr. David W. Archey is currently the head of the FBI Richmond, VA field office.

It would appear Buzzfeed has inadvertently opened up a solid reason for yet another FBI internal investigation.  Obviously, it would be a simple process for the FBI to look at who conducted the FBI interviews of Michael Cohen. This is not a complex puzzle.

Right there, staring everyone in the face, is direct and demonstrable evidence of two, yes plural, leakers in the FBI…  Apparently the 2018 “bias training” espoused by FBI Director Christopher Wray did not include these two agents.

Do you think anyone else will catch this?… or do anything about this?

Here’s a reference point to help answer that question [From 2018]


Any questions?



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448 Responses to Rank and Vile – Absolute Proof Mueller FBI Investigators Leaked Investigative Documents to Media…

  1. Gassy says:

    It’s corruption all the way down to the janitor level.

    Liked by 22 people

  2. snarkybeach says:

    the presence of CNN at the Roger Stone raid was proof positive of Mueller’s team leaks to media

    Liked by 45 people

  3. amwick says:

    I wish I knew how to archive an article. Could they be this dumb?

    Liked by 3 people

  4. FTR Shooter says:

    Great find. We always knew Mueller was leaking, now it’s been confirmed.

    Liked by 5 people

  5. ABN says:

    “Do you think anyone else will catch this?… or do anything about this?”

    Now that you have pointed it out, yes. Great find.

    Liked by 8 people

    • John E Jones says:

      I think our Government is so arrogant and corrupt, they don’t care what The American People think of their actions. Sadly, most Americans could care less about this whole coup attempt.

      Liked by 2 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      The one sided media? I think the WH correspondents needs a new hair style, Half conservative reporters

      Liked by 1 person

  6. According to Buzzfeed, the Office of Special Counsel illegally leaked investigative material to the media.

    It’s a simple statement and should be repeated everywhere.

    These are pure scumbags. I’m embarrassed of our government. Not at all what we were bequeathed, a caricature of its former self.

    Liked by 6 people

    • InAz says:

      Everyone send this article to President Trump, Nunes, Jordan, Barr


    • glissmeister says:

      Needs to include the word “conspired” — a conspiracy to monetize the work product and outcome; to engage in racketeering on behalf of syndicate interests unlawfully seeking to convert expenditures into contributions in kind in the furtherance of a partisan criminal conspiracy to frame and overthrow the President of The United States.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Tomahawk says:

    Given BuzzFeed’s track record with “scoops” I would not be surprised if they have been played once again and this is somehow later proven bogus. But then again…..

    Liked by 2 people

  8. SpotTheSpook says:

    These people are stupid.

    Liked by 6 people

  9. GrandpaM says:

    Comment deleted by Admin…

    Liked by 1 person

  10. WCDYTTI says:

    A fish rots from the head. You can’t have corrupt leadership without corrupting the organization. Fix the leadership, hold the criminals accountable, and then you might be able to start trusting the FBI. Until that happens it’s a criminal organization.

    Liked by 11 people

      • hoghead says:

        Disband the fbi, the doj, the cia, and role their useful functions into some other bureau, weeding out the activists at the same time. The Republic will be more secure without them.

        Liked by 1 person

        • KnowSERENoFear says:

          Aside from the current context of bad behavior, their existence is unconstitutional. Nowhere in the Constitution is power enumerated to the federal government to investigate citizens, prosecute citizens, or incarcerate citizens outside the UCMJ applicable/specific to the military.

          The existence of these agencies, and the unconstitutional administrative law that accompanies them, is a huge reason for our 22.5 TRILLION dollar unsustainable debt.

          YES – disband them all OR amend the Constitution to account for them.


    • ATheoK says:

      Every person they hired under their progressive management is likely tainted. Cleanse the elitist progressives out root, bough, branch and stump.

      Revisit FBI management rules ans re-establish primacy to the Constitution and Justice.

      Liked by 1 person

  11. WES says:

    So far AG Barr has not prosecuted a single person.

    That Barr likes DCAG Liu would seem to indicate Barr was brought in solely to end the witch Hunt and nothing more. In return for ending the witch Hunt nobody is prosecuted.

    For now I will continue to wait but Barr still has to prove himself.

    Liked by 3 people

    • But the persecution of our President continues.

      Liked by 3 people

    • rf121 says:

      This is why besides a Like button we need an Idiot button.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Wes is right on this one. The jury is still out on AG Barr. Because the Mueller Dossier is so “fresh” in the media, a grand jury should be convened tomorrow morning (well – maybe Monday) to find the leakers and “any other crimes that may have been committed” by the Special Counsel.

      Liked by 2 people

    • L4grasshopper says:


      The Mueller thing just ended. It was a HUGE barrier to taking any action because of the “obstruction” threat.

      A little more patience is necessary. Barr looks like the real deal.

      Liked by 6 people

      • MelH says:

        “Barr looks like the real deal”? What the heck is that supposed to mean? The only thing real about him is that we can count on him to perpetuate the move to impeach Trump. If you think he will have a hand in holding anyone to account, forget it. He just said this morning the Russians hacked the DNC server and gave the letters to Wikileaks. Donna Brazil said exactly the same words on FOX today when she was the 5th wheel on The Five. We know that to be a lie first promoted by Brennan as the reason for the Investigation …….”Russians meddled in the election”. No proof, but said often enough to now be accepted as reality.

        Liked by 1 person

        • SteveT says:

          I thought this morning he said THE MUELLER REPORT said the Russians hacked the DNC server and gave the letters to Wikileaks. I understood much of what he said this morning was commenting on what the Mueller report said/contained, not what HE thought. I may be wrong and stand to be corrected, but that was my understanding.
          He says it needs investigating, we shall see from those results what his position is. I suspect the OIG’s report will be the trigger. Now the OIG has been freed from Mueller’s obstruction with regard to access to interviews there may be a different aspect to the OIG’s report and certainly Rosenstein will not get to write the executive summary as previously.


          Liked by 1 person

          • MelH says:

            Barr didn’t appear to be reading when he said the Russians hacked the DNC server. He intimated that was the predicate for the Mueller Investigation, which would surely vindicate Brennan and follow the playbook the left has for the Investigation. An undercurrent is that Hillary lost the election because Comey made the letters to Wikileaks an issue. Supposedly it’s how they reasoned the Russians were in favor of Trump winning. I’ve always found it fascinating there has never been discussion of the corruption within the e-mails; only the crime of Russia hacking the DNC server, influencing the election.


    • amwick says:

      Welp, first there is wrongdoing, then, investigations, the indictments, then prosecution. The indictment part may involve a grand jury, which we all know is supposed to be secret. So, I am not giving up, knowing how slow that wheel o’justice grinds. Not yet. Especially when AG Barr seems to be a patriot.

      Liked by 2 people

      • TPW says:

        I would not label Barr a patriot just yet. We are so starved for some tiny bit of fairness never mind justice …..just a crumb of fair play…..Barr fell short in his press conference….he should have come out guns a blazing because of Mueller’s handling of the fake investigation and the obvious set up for the Democrats. Which in no way was standard practice. Barr should have just told the truth which all DC rats and their Media mouth pieces seem to be allergic to.

        Liked by 1 person

        • jahealy says:

          Another way to look at this is, Barr has bigger fish to fry. If he came out guns-a-blazing, dismantling with words the Mueller “investigation,” he would’ve started multiple fires around the big fat nothing that has been the investigation, thereby wasting even more of his precious time.

          Recall: As soon as Barr was confirmed, Mueller was suddenly done, Weissman and others were shown the door, and he (Barr) put out his statement on the upcoming report. As soon as the redactions were complete, Barr held a presser and cleared the table. If we’re lucky, he’s now on to the real work that needs doing.

          In the big scheme of treasonous, traitorous things, the stupid Mueller report (not all that lead up to it, but the stupid report that had everyone waiting breathlessly) was just an annoyance and a distraction to be gotten beyond. Let the never Trumpers, Dems in congress and the media continue their clown show, while — if we’re lucky — Barr gets down to the real business of holding people accountable, behind the scenes, as he must.

          Have faith. We have no other choice.

          Liked by 3 people

      • amwick:

        This below is a comment I posted on SD’s thread “Robert Mueller Interviewed President Trump Six Days After….3:18am this morning….it was a comment to our good friend Patrick healy talking about the mills of God grinding slowly:


        Patrick………….follow up:

        “My question about this treason is :- What now?” (Patrick’s question.)

        That’s the quintessential question right now. We don’t know much of what Barr may or may not be doing behind the scenes. We hope for much. We’ll see.

        A couple of quotes come to mind about the mills of God:

        ***From Plutarch: “Thus, I do not see what use there is in those mills of the gods said to grind so late as to render punishment hard to be recognized, and to make wickedness fearless.” He’s got a point, or so it seems sometimes.

        (Well, we believe in only one God and Father and Lord Jesus Christ, but still, he’s kind of got a point about what happens if it takes too long to bring about real justice and truth.)

        ***From the Sibylline Oracles: “…but the divine mill will at last grind the flour.”

        ***From George Herbert’s Jacula Prudentum: “God’s mill grinds slow but sure.”

        *Last but not least, from Freidrich von Logau’s Sinngedichte translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his work Retribution in Poetic Aphorisms:

        –Though the mills of God grind slowly; Yet they grind exceeding small;
        –Though with patience He stands waiting, With exactness grinds He all.”

        Of course, none of us want to wait one more single day to see some real, hard hitting justice and payback retribution against said treason. But in all reality, it is going to be a slow grind. I’ll be honest, I’m going to be one of those who pray for God to kinda hurry this thing up if you know what I mean.

        Just sayin’


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    • Craig D says:

      Reply to WES, April 19, 2019 at 6:33 pm – I believe your comment is correct stating that “Barr was brought in solely to end the witch hunt and nothing more”. Tree House followers wanting to see indictments of Brennan, Clapper and others would soon discover that these indictments would hurt President Trump. If Brennan was arrested I could see the headline in the fake news NY Times, “Trump the dictator turns America into a police state as he arrests his political opponents”. Mitch McConnell would say “I am gravely concerned by the President’s action and he needs to be impeached from office”. Trump knows that the best way to stymie his enemies is to proceed with his agenda to make America great again.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. Lou Zimmer says:

    If this country stands any chance of surviving decades of corruption, then wholesale, radical changes are needed in our “intelligence” orgs.

    Liked by 4 people

    • And it better happen soon

      Liked by 3 people

    • SteveC says:

      I can’t for the life of me understand how the FBI could possibly be considered a member of the Intelligence Community.

      Liked by 4 people

    • highdezertgator says:

      We are in a spiritual war with the Demonic Marxist bureaucratic state trained in Alinskyites tactics.. by the father of lies. They live in darkness and fear the “Light” and “Truth”.

      1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 (KJV)
      16 Rejoice evermore.
      17 Pray without ceasing.
      18 In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.

      John 8:12 (KJV)
      Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Excellent and critically necessary spiritual input.

        I have commented here several times how the spiritual leads the physical. Yes, the physical is downstream of the spiritual like politics is downstream of culture. If the spiritual is good, then the physical is good. And the other way around if the spiritual is evil.

        Isaiah said, woe to those who call good evil and evil good. Abortion is a prime example of that.

        Thanks for this comment.

        Good Friday and Passover weekend to you.


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    • Remington..... says:

      Every day these…revelations…drive me up a wall. Cross pollinated with the democraps ranting and raving daily would drive a saint to drink. It’s not going to stop. Would anyone miss democraps/liberals if they no longer existed?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Lou…NOT ONLY OUR INTELLIGENCE BUT THE WHOLD OF GOVERNMENT…it has gotten to big and now the gov employees support the dem party…shrink it and move everything out of DC and get rid of the Gov. Employees Union!!!!!!!

      Liked by 1 person

  13. albertus magnus says:

    Does anyone think anything is going to be done about it?


    • Appalled says:

      I have not seen credible evidence that the federal government is capable of self-correcting.

      Liked by 2 people

      • glissmeister says:

        It’s not the federal government that is the problem.

        The problem: a criminal conspiracy of government employees, their partisan syndicate interests, labor union and professional associations to divert resources of the federal government, engage in conversion of the said government institutions and resources so the same can be monetized as a contribution in kind to the favor of their political syndicate interests and against the interests of their political competitors.

        Our federal government is the victim.

        We must hunt down, purge and prosecute the apparent malignancy of predator employees and syndicate cohorts engaged in such forms of racketeering, conversion, sedition and the present conspiracy to overthrow The President of The United States.

        Liked by 9 people

        • glissmeister:

          I opine that you are actually correct.

          The federal government, at least the original structure of it, was built by our forefathers and with a great Constitution.

          It is people, crooks, self-serving, self-gratifying, power hungry elitists, our American version of the bourgeoisie who have corrupted what was a good structure. Not only that, past administrations have saddle it with overbearing agencies, most of which accomplish very little to nothing.

          These underlying individuals and the bureaucracy of them all need to be completely taken down.

          Now, whether that will or even can be done anymore remains a $64,000 question.

          Peace, Good Friday and Passover weekend to SD, Ad Rem, Menagerie and all you great Treepers!

          Liked by 2 people

        • nimrodman says:

          glissmeister said “The problem: a criminal conspiracy of government employees, their partisan syndicate interests, labor union and professional associations …”

          In other words:

          Liked by 1 person

    • WES says:

      Magnus: If Barr was brought in only to end witch hunt providing nobody gets prosecuted, then maybe we will have to wait until after 2020 election. I believe when a new presidential term starts many positions can be vacated at this time. Maybe then President Trump can clean house at DoJ and FBI?


      • Lindenlee says:

        I think that it will be harder and harder for Trump to find people willing to work in his admin unless something is done to rectify the wrongs done through the witch hunt, and restitution made.

        In fact, I think that the reason that Nadless et al want to redacted report is to identify and terrorize the grand jury people to react their recommendations for prosecution. Hound, persecute, prosecute, ruin them. Deprive our President of people willing to serve. In fact, it is possible that if Barr is not willing to do this, he is just swamp, and can use access to DOJ records to further harm our guy.

        We will see, and if he is as smart as I think he is, he will see the true intent of these odious Dims.


    • The Boss says:

      Look at the final Trump tweet in the string above. There is the answer.
      [Oddly, that final tweet did not post until hours later]

      Liked by 2 people

      • WES says:

        Boss: Yes President Trump wants to turn the tables but will Barr do so?

        We might have to wait until after 2020 election when many can be asked for their resignations for a clean out of DoJ and FBI.


        • USA First! says:

          I believe Barr will.


          • MelH says:

            Resignations do not fix the problem. Already 12 or more of the Black Hats are off the payroll. And the march toward impeachment continues. Even ONE indictment would be a baby step, but a step, in the right direction. Charge McCabe with a crime and give him a prison sentence. That would be the quickest sign that the GOP isn’t just everybody’s joke.

            Liked by 1 person

        • The Boss says:

          IMHO Barr has shown he can do it. First – “Spying on a political campaign is a big deal”. That little grenade toss was a few days ago, and heads are still going splodey. Yesterday, he took NO ownership of the “Special Counsel’s” report. Read the transcript of look at the video again. Barr was incredibly careful in his news conference to refer only to “the Special Counsel” when delivering the report’s findings. Barr is feared now. And so is our president.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Armchair Quarterback says:

          Resignations!!! I am looking for a few convictions. Otherwise, as a country WE ARE DONE🙁


      • sunnyflower5 says:

        The sleaze at Fox, Bret Baier, quipped they made money off of prosecuting Manafort…so 30 million for the tax payers to pay is justified. Forget about all the innocent people that have attacked and destroyed and the bitter division caused by this farce.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      So far, so good with Barr. Getting the witch hunt behind us had to happen first before the necessary investigations and prosecutions for public corruption and worse.

      Give him a moment and watch for what happens. The DiGenovas, Sara Carter, and John Solomon are all convinced that corrective action is about to take hold.

      Liked by 11 people

      • Donzo says:

        I read that many times – nothing could be done until Mueller was finished. What about U1? Does that require the end of of the SC investigation? What about the leaks? Nothing prevents the DOJ from doing the rest of its job when an SC is appointed.


        • Sherri Young says:

          In this environment, any effort to deal with corruption would have been spun as Trump surrogates engaging in obstruction.

          This fiasco has been so, so, so bad for our country. It is time to root out the weeds that are choking our republic.

          Maybe these corrupt lawmen are the tares among the wheat. They have to be left in place until they can be identified and removed without pulling out the wheat. No need to burn it all down.

          Liked by 1 person

        • justlizzyp says:

          I think it did overlap the SC investigation. Anything ‘sensitive’ that Pro Trump forces wanted looked at was immediately branded off limits because of Mueller’s ongoing investigation. Investigating him would have just been added to the list of obstruction activities and probably added some ‘abuse of power’ claims too.

          Liked by 3 people

      • Lindenlee says:

        Yes, and I trust Digenova.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Garavaglia says:

      Well.it all depends..what are you willing to do?


    • joebkonobi says:

      IMO, I can’t see Sundance letting it go, nor any of us Treepers. The Russia/Mueller hoax has awakened a lot of Patriots and brewed a lot of “cold anger”. We are many and we have many voices. My sense is that there will come a time, prior to 2020, when we will be prompted to act, and act we will!

      Liked by 1 person

  14. George 1 says:

    People like this have no business in government much less the FBI.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Bert Darrell says:

    Time to take bets on how long Wray will remain at the helm of the FIB?

    Liked by 3 people

  16. dwpender says:

    The leak may have come from attorneys (or staff working for them) on Mueller’s team, rather than the FBI.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. couldn’t the leaker be whomever had access to the notes, rather than the note-takers themselves?

    Mueller needs to be asked by Congress if he authorized this leak, and if not, what did he do to investigate it.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Summer says:

    Why would the Resistance (at Buzzfeed) care? No one has been held accountable so far.


    • justlizzyp says:

      I think they are taking all the cries of ‘fake news’ more personally than they will admit. BuzzFeed in particular has been mocked and if, as I suspect, they were used in a leak trap, they would be quite right in their outrage that they were actually told or shown these things.

      Liked by 1 person

  19. Madmax110 says:

    Wray will get right on it. Maybe a strongly worded letter recommending internal training.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. WSB says:

    I just sent this link to Molly Hemingway.


    Liked by 8 people

  21. dwpender says:

    The leak may also have come from the notorious Preet Bahrara-infested and then Robert Khuzami-run SDNY prosecutors.

    Liked by 8 people

  22. curator55 says:

    “Tell me again about the honorable “rank and file”… I digress.”

    This is a bizarre admission. Is Ben Smith that unaware of what he admitted or is it another carrot of some kind?

    Maybe Hannity will lower his 99.9% of FBI agents are honest and impartial to 99.85% after this revelation. He also must have missed the IG report (I think) that outlined multiple gifts and other perks from the media. No worries, Director Wray will handle it.

    Liked by 5 people

    • snellvillebob says:

      We cannot investigate the FBI or the DOJ or they will claim we are interfering with an ongoing investigation and a few other counts.
      We cannot prosecute … anyone. Only the DOJ can.
      It is obvious that they have a pact not to investigate or prosecute themselves or each other.
      This is why we need Nunes and friends to investigate them. Maybe they will have to prosecute them in State courts.
      Everyone in the FBI and DOJ are driving the dirty two dozen’s getaway cars. Just ask them on the guilt of getaway drivers in shooting and bank robberies.


    • BestBets says:

      Both Sidney Powell and Peter Schweizer took Hannity to task about this on his radio show today. Both of them thought that at least 20% in the FBI are bad apples. Hannity shut up about it after that. Let’s see what he says from now on.

      Liked by 2 people

      • oldumb says:

        Right. Hannity had family members that were FBI and he is thinking old school. I think he was trying to make sure that he wasn’t accusing the entire lot of people, but I think he way over estimated how many good people are there. The good are froze out and the bad are recruited and retained. He might be enlightened by now.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Lindenlee says:

          Well, Mueller had that policy of shutting out the field agents who wouldn’t move to DC for a promotion. Only the most corruptible would expose their families to that kind of sleaze. The corruptible got concentrated in DC.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      You never know. Obama would burn the entire country to save himself. It may be they are burning participants to slow things down as it’s becoming increasingly clear to the world that Obama headed a coup.

      Liked by 1 person

  23. mazziflol says:

    So what? If nothing ever happens to them…so what? Lets really be honest here.


  24. Tl Howard says:

    I keep asking, when will the entire nation know the backgrounds of the Hillary partisans on that committee and will it be Jim Jordan who asks the “highly respected Mr. Bob Muellar” why he chose a team full of partisans? All the lawyers in the USA, and he comes up with THOSE???????? I want Muellar destroyed now.
    How far will Barr go?

    Liked by 4 people

  25. Newhere says:

    The media’s patting itself on the back for it’s “great reporting.” It’s because the crap in the Mueller report is the same crap they’ve been leaking all this time. Funny how that works.

    Liked by 2 people

    • oldumb says:

      They did fantastic, look how long the beat the dead horse. You try it – it isn’t easy, they are professionals at the top of their game. Pulitzers all around. /S


  26. bluebongo says:

    Bulldoze the JEH building, dig the dirt out, and fill the hole with salt. It’s the only way to be sure.

    Leave the salt as a testament to refute future history rewriters.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Yes,as a reminder of the sins of the past. The Deep State has turned the nation’s capital into Sodom. Many historical statues have been destroyed in recent years to wipe out parts of our history. Let the pillar of salt from the JEH building stand to preserve the horrible memories of what the Deep State and a corrupt intelligence community and its boss have done to destroy a once free nation. This won’t be Lot’s wife, it will be Michelle’s husband.

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  27. What was Cohen offered to perjure himself? With Lanny Davis as his lawyer and probably Weissmann as the Inquisitor, the pressure applied to his nether regions likely caused him to crack (at their desired place).
    At this point I’m not sure there is salvation for this country. The moral fiber of the White House has steadily declined for 30 years until recently. The fact that PTrump was not a politician and therefore could not be bought, paid for and controlled was a real threat to the Deep State. They don’t like to be threatened. I had a really funny feeling in the pit of my stomach when I heard that the Clinton butt kisser was going to “represent” Cohen. Really?? He’s been in love with Bill and Hill for too many years. He could care less about Cohen. Once Lanny and the other Dems have used Cohen for all they want, he’ll end up in the Manafort Dungeon.
    Notre Dame went up in flames last week. The cross remained as a reminder of God’s presence. I hope He takes mercy on the US. Unfortunately, with so many political breaking commandments in bunches, our fate may be sealed.
    May God have mercy on our souls.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Zoe says:

      The government is a reflection of the people. We get the government we vote in. Every child that a conservative sends to public school is a child potentially trained into socialism/communism. Some conservative parents rescue their children, but a lot don’t. The only way to turn government around is for the people to turn around.

      America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.”. ― Alexis de Tocqueville.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      I pray for God’s Mercy on the USA, but look at His righteous judgment recently– massive deadly hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, floods, epidemics, and ongoing invasions. We are under judgment. We all need to individually repent and pray. I know I am. May God have His Mercy on us all.

      Liked by 1 person

  28. Rgt says:

    Time for consequences

    Liked by 2 people

  29. Gerry says:

    PLEASE All Treepers please send this story to the Whitehouse contact website : https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/

    In reading the Mueller report they are dismissing a charge of “collusion” because there is no law for that other than in business law and they concentrate on “conspiracy”. This entire Crossfire Hurricane and now we can see the Mueller Investigation by definition was a CONSPIRACY TO COMIT FRAUD ON THE GOVERMENT.

    Federal Conspiracy Law-A brief Overview- https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R41223.pdf

    Page 9- “to frustrate the functions of an entity of the United States” – Like maybe the Presidency???
    “The elements of conspiracy to defraud the United States under 18 U.S.C. 371 are (1) an agreement of two or more persons; (2) to defraud the United States; and (3) an overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy committed by one of the conspirators.69 The “fraud covered by the statute reaches any conspiracy for the purpose of impairing, obstructing or defeating the lawful functions of any department of the Government”70 by “deceit, craft or trickery, or at least by means that are dishonest.”71 The plot must be directed against the United States or some federal entity; a scheme to defraud the recipient of federal funds is not sufficient.72 The scheme may be designed to deprive the United States of money or property, but it need not be so; a plot calculated to frustrate the functions of an entity of the United States will suffice.73

    73 Hammerschmidt v. United States, 265 U.S. at 188 (“It is not necessary that the government shall be subjected to property or pecuniary loss by the fraud, but only that its legitimate official action and purpose shall be defeated by misrepresentation”); United States v. Ballistrea, 101 F.3d 827, 832 (2d Cir. 1996)(This provision not only reaches schemes which deprive the government of money or property, but also is designed to protect the integrity of the United States and its agencies”); United States v. Dean, 55 F.3d 640, 647 (D.C. Cir. 1995)(“If the government’s evidence showed that Dean conspired to impair the functioning of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, no other form of injury to the Federal Government need be established for the conspiracy to fall under §371”).

    Great job Sundance- Thanks for all you do and God bless you.

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  30. Menotrite says:

    Burn it down. Burn it all down. I am so …I don’t know what. Angry, disappointed, angry, more angry….
    Not sure. But if President Trump decides he has had enough and wants to torch everyone involved and every gubbmint agency involved, I am all in.

    Liked by 2 people

    • MelH says:

      POTUS tweeted today that some of the bad actors committed treason. I get the sense he is NOT going to “just move along to get along”, and Rudy on FOX tonight is not going to just let it go. He says his rebuttal awaits the IG report on FISA abuse and more info on the Mueller report stuff he finds despicable. He is wholly incensed about the many lies in the report. I really do believe justice is in the works!


  31. ristvan says:

    This is REALLY BIG. Leaking an FBI 302 to a reporter is big time crime. Multiple charging 18USC statutes depending on circumstances.
    Recall IG Horowitz saying maybe 50 FBI people had accepted improper press inducements (a leak predicate). And he knows their names, although those were not made public. So he can now trace who had access to this specific 302. More nails in the collusion coffin.

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  32. weirdflunky says:

    We can see the corruption. Anyone that isn’t a mouth breathing nitwit can see it.

    The question is “what is Barr going to do about it”?

    I’m afraid that it is just so big that nobody can fix it. They are nothing more than partisan bureaucrats that know the machine rolls on. They don’t care because they are the machine.

    Bureaucrats with guns and unlimited ability to “investigate” anybody that gets in their way.

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  33. MAGAbear says:

    Of course, Buzzfeed could just be making up stuff again to make it look like they were just reporting legit information when in fact they just made up the whole story. You never know with rats like Buzzfeed.


  34. InAz says:

    Seriously, time for torches and pitchforks in DC. Even if just a few thousand can go.

    We are all sick of these corrupt vile Stalinists.

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  35. Seems odd that buzzfeed would be so quick to explain, coincidentally on the sane day that Mr Nadler subpoenaed the unredacted report and the underlying documents (eg 302s). Is it too much of a stretch to believe that this too was part of Mueller’s strategy (despite his denial)? Ie. bury the document in the document annex,prod Nadler to ask for it, the newly “discovered” 302 confirms his suspicions (that AG Barr wasn’t being transparent,) thereby forcing a re-evaluation of the whole investigation in the House, further destroying Barr’s credibility prompting more talk of impeachment of Barr (either in the House or court of public opinion) and PDJT either in the House or in the electorate. Sounds very far fetched, I admit, but…this whole soap opera is itself beyond imagination…until now.


    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      Mueller, Weinstein, Rosenstein et al have more to be concerned about than Mr. Barr, especially in light of POTUS’ last tweet in SD’s article above.

      Liked by 3 people

      • bofh says:

        Yes, the POTUS tweets have taken on a very different and dark tone from any that I remember reading. Whether they are leading anywhere, or it is just POTUS venting a bit I don’t know, but suddenly there’s a lot of fightin’ words in them. I don’t know if we’ve ever actually seen what an enraged PDJT looks like, but I suspect it’s not something anyone really wants to find out for themselves.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I think this helps set the stage for our side, getting 302s, and putting people under oath to determine the how much of this is fantasy.

      Liked by 1 person

  36. justlizzyp says:

    McClatchey is also doubling/ tripling down on their “Cohen in Prague” story. That makes two examples of news outlets adamantly defending their reporting even after the official report directly contradicts their story. Since I can think of no reason that any member of Team Mueller would have looked at a 302 that said what they say it does and then done a complete about face in the final report I HAVE to wonder if this is part of the leaking investigation. Were suspected leakers deliberately given false information, and that is why these reporters are so fanatically defending what they reported? Because they really did see/ were really told something that was false. I think former DCI Woolsely called that ‘red on red deception’.

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  37. Lyon says:

    Has anyone considered the possibility that AG Barr had JulianAssange arrested so he could give him a deal in return for providing direct evidence that Russia had nothing to do with the Hacking?

    Liked by 7 people

    • Lady in Red says:



    • Truthfilter says:

      Yes. This has been my hunch all along. The timing of Chelsea Manning being locked up for not testifying against Wikileaks in Feb., then AG Barr takes office, then Mueller investigation ends, Assange gets arrested. Assange gives a thumbs up in the police van. Just a hunch.

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  38. Yes…but I can’t decide whether the UK busted him to protect their backsides and further cover their involvement in his whole mess, or to promote PDJT/US’ interests.

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  39. SmilinJackAbbott says:

    This also shows when SDNY prosecutors got Cohen to say Trump ‘directed’ him to commit the phony ‘campaign finance violation’ they concocted they knew he already lied to law enforcement weeks earlier that Trump ‘directed’ him to lie to congress.

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  40. youme says:

    Glenn Greenwald ( normally on the left )

    Beyond BuzzFeed: The 10 Worst, Most Embarrassing U.S. Media Failures on the Trump-Russia Story


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  41. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    Well, of course Mueller’s team leaked. Couldn’t let comey get ahead of him.


  42. youme says:

    Glenn Greenwald debates the Muller report with a far left journalist on the leftist blog democracynow.org…Glenn doesn’t hold back



  43. sborho says:

    Something tells me this was a setup. The FBI agents were real but the 302s were fake. A leak sting

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  44. ntk says:

    It would appear Buzzfeed has inadvertently opened up a solid reason for yet another FBI internal investigation.

    Why is this game being play where the offensive is whistling a tune of the corrupt interests.
    Every action to highlight the cat and mouse nature of the Mueller investigation is being dictated by admissions of the narratative gods.
    Stop playing the game, the mueller report is out and upteem column inches are going to be written by the very narrative curators that are move the dialog down the intent road. Why?
    Because that road moves the narrative direction away the fundemental next basic question.

    By jump onto the intent mode of countering the crap coming from the MSM, “Are we falling into their trap”
    A trap where by untold hours of ‘talking heads’ are taking the intent to ‘frame President’ into a circle of a never ending circle of heresy, the net effect is WHAT!!!

    Never establishing the motive.

    Stop playing along.
    Go for the throat, start exploring the motive behind the intent of the politicalization within the FBI/DoJ.

    Yup, if your guessing that leads back to HCR. You are guessing right!
    Funny that, the more there is this all talk and get bogged down in the intent the less the actually motive for the intent is raised. If the whole point of proving the intent of the Mueller Investigation is to prove the corruption at the heart of lawlessness, when is all is said done, enough BS with have flown under the radar, such that when MOTIVE is eventually raised, everyone is so invested in the intent angle, that the a verdict has been convoluted by countless spin such that motive falls flat.


    Believe me, it is a subject the allied narrative curators don’t want out in the open.


  45. concerned3 says:

    When you need confirmation of what Sundance has said, think of the 29 commandos released to take in a 66 year old politician. See, anyone of them stand up an say, I am not going to do it because it’s wrong?

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  46. James Street says:

    The speed at which the Deep State is unravelling is accelerating.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      I’m getting the feeling that they are losing control of their many levers. Too many things happening adverse to their positions with too many people looking to cover themselves.

      Liked by 1 person

  47. starfcker says:

    “It is now finally time to turn the tables and bring justice to some very sick and dangerous people who have committed very serious crimes, perhaps even spying or treason.” Today’s words from our President. If you wonder where he’s at on this stuff, there is your answer right there. Let’s do this


    • Robert Smith says:

      Yes, Trump’s tweets are definitive on where he stands. He won’t let it fade into the background. As the cleanup process is running right now, Trump is free and clear because he isn’t directing anyone to do anything. The system is cleaning itself. In an ideal world we wouldn’t have to do this. But that’s why Trump refocuses everyone on where they need to go. Because if the president doesn’t trust the institution (that just tried to do a coup on him) then the rest of the country and world won’t either.


  48. Nigella says:

    Yet will anything be done about it?


  49. iswhatitis says:

    Sundance: ‘Tell me again about the honorable “rank and file”

    When I read words like that, it brings back memories of this person:

    West Point’s Spenser Rapone

    To me, he represents the infiltration of the “rank and file” (big thanks to OBOZO, IMO).

    The “rank and file” may contain “good people”, but it’s far from universal. There are many not-honorables also in the “rank and file”.

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