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]

[LINK]

Any questions?

 

 

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

  1. mtk 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 narrative gods.
    Why?wtf!Stop.
    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 moving the dialog down the intent road. Why?
    Because that road moves the narrative direction away the fundemental next basic question.
    Motive!!!

    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 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 angle 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 unconstitutional lawlessness, when is all is said done, enough BS will have flown under the radar, such that when MOTIVE is eventually raised, everyone is so invested in the intent angle, the verdict has been convoluted by countless spin such that motive falls flat.

    STOP PLAYING the SCRIPTED. START ESTABLISHING MOTIVE.

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

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    • mtk says:

      Thanks for the cue of ‘pending…’ on my original post.
      Gave me the opportunity to clean up.

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    • mtk says:

      This goes hand in hand with Australia’s admission the other day. The more intent is pursued, the more that the ‘outrage trap’ is given life.

      The intent has to have a motive at some point.

      Establish the motive and the intent will fall in place.

      Pursue the intent angle and when motive is raised, the trial by public opinion will have succeeded in the dirty work of creating reasonable doubt.

      Look folks, the basic origination of the intent for the actions of the DoJ/FBI all stem from one simple occurrence.
      The need to mitigate the fall out of the criminality that is HRC. Period.
      We talk of an insurance policy as if, it’s some type of game that explains away why the MSM has bitten down on why MAGA won in 2016. The more that Russia Collusion is push forward, the less we examine the MOTIVE that launched the insurance policy.
      If you’re not saying to yourself that is the PRECISE role/ mandate of counterintelligence. Then you’re defect of reason(I don’t know how else to say it, except bluntly).

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  2. curator55 says:

    I hope America’s Last Great Hope A/G Barr didn’t release a wide Yawn when he was informed about Buzzfeed’s leaker revelation. I hope he first reamed out Wray for the failure of his ludicrous “bias training program” and then demanded he discover the leaker(s) names before next Friday. Assuming it is an FBI Leak and not a DOJ/SDNY leak.

    Barr should also invite Mark Levin to the Press Conference when the A/G announces the arrest and indictment of the FBI leaker(s) When that duty is over, Mark can speak for the POTUS defense and unleash his anti Mueller report rant to the MSM. If only it was possible…

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    • PVCDroid says:

      I don’t know what to think of Barr and his kind words for Rosenstein and Wray. Maybe it’s just cover so he doesn’t look so partisan until the hammer comes down on some of these incompetent fools? Also, what to make of Rosenstein in Barr’s press conference. Wow he looked weird like a cat who just ate the canary in front of it’s owner.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Could one of the attorneys present please help me out here. It is my understanding that attorneys are not allowed to speak disparagingly of each other in court. A similar code of conduct is apparent when watching the Republican legislators who are attorneys while they are making floor speeches.

        Am I correct, or off the mark?

        TIA.

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      • jackphatz says:

        I don’t know why but I have a very strong feeling that Barr has no kind thoughts of Trump. There was just something in the way some of his answers were given at his confirmation that sounded like “I’m here to fix a problem for future presidents, not this one”. (My words, of course). However…if he can pull this off and put an end to this monumental BS he will be viewed as a hero too.

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        • Ironclaw says:

          If he’s for the rule of law, I don’t care how much he likes or dislikes the president.

          Liked by 7 people

        • Jenevive says:

          As long as he does his job I don;t
          care if he like POTUS. HE is suppose
          to be friends with Mueller yet he put
          and end to that. I got the impression
          that Barr is no push over or shrinking
          violet..they are not dealing with Jeff
          Sessions..

          But where are the Repubs taking up
          for AG Barr..and POTUS for that matter.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Jenevive;
            “Where are the Repubs, taking up for AG Barr, and POTUS for that matter?”

            Where they have been since the escalator ride; sharpening their knives, and painting a bullseye on DJT’s back.

            If you are STILL under the illusion that politics in America is about Dems vs. REPS, answer this question, please;

            WHY would Obama (Dem) have his IRS target the Tea party movement?

            The Tea party was not an immediate or even long term threat to DEMOCRATS.

            It WAS, however an immediate, existential threat to,..REPUBLICANS.

            One would think Obama, being a “Democrat” would have instructed his IRS to EXPIDITE the Tea Party applications, so the Tea party could be a thorn in the side of his arch nemesis, the,Republicans.

            But no, AT THE REQUEST OF THE REPUBLICANS, Obama had his IRS people target the Tea party.

            Now, that had NOTHING to do with “Trump”, and any of the phony b.s. about why the nevertrumper attitude.

            WHY are Republican leadership doing everything they can, to undermine PDJT’s agenda?
            No rescess appointments, deliberately ‘giving up’the House.
            Hitting Nunes with a totally bogus ethics investigation, when he was in the middle of investigating spygate.

            The Republican leadership in Congress
            ARE NOT YOUR FRIEND.
            Nor, are they PDJT’s friend; they are his arch enemy.
            THAT is why they are doing NOTHING to defend Barr, or PDJT from assault.

            THEY, Republican leadrrship, are the reason for the Mueller report; the search for Obstruction, was to give Republicans the political cover to vote to Impeach, which they very much want to do.

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            • spren says:

              That is why all of the investigations in congress while Republicans were in charge were nothing more than dog and pony shows. They huffed and they puffed, but nothing of any real substance ever came out or was done. They were covering for their senior leaders who were complicit in all of the scandals themselves. They knew what was going on in Benghazi, they knew we were arming terrorists supposedly to fight in Syria, they knew and supported the efforts to take out Ghaddaffi in Libya. They were up to their eyeballs in the exact same corruption as were their Democrat fellow-travelers.

              I never trusted Gowdy or Jason Chavetz. They always talked the talk, but never brought things to successful resolution. (Oh, we were stonewalled and obstructed by the minority Democrats on our committees). For goodness sakes, it was Judicial Watch that uncovered the existence of HRC’s private server. Judicial Watch has accomplished significantly more in finding truth than any of these Republican circuses.

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          • jackphatz says:

            It could be more Republicans are worried they too may have to find a different source of work less income come 2020. Trump really would like a little help from that peanut gallery. I can’t image how shocking it has been for him to get no backing whatsoever.

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        • Firefly says:

          Barr doesn’t want to come off as being a personal attorney for PTrump. Barr made it clear he is looking at the law and the office of the President. This puts it on the record the legal basis of his decisions. This is a good thing – the left needs to understand Barr is playing it straight.

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          • jackphatz says:

            IF…this is true, he would begin looking into the dirty FBI cops, Hillary….etc, the list is too long.

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          • spren says:

            The Left will never accept anything that doesn’t advance their own self-interested agenda. Barr could be shown to be the second coming, and the Left would still seek to crucify him again.

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      • The Akh says:

        I’m not sure I would read too much into that considering the circumstances and optics. You have to consider how much heat Barr is getting from the press plus the calls for his removal for simply stating the findings of the special council.

        I’m not a fan of putting a flower on a pig and calling it beautiful. But I’m not going to focus too much on words either, only actions. Sometimes you have to play nice.

        Just look at R.R. during the press conference with Barr. He had the 1000-yard stare. There is only one way forward. I think Barr will get the job done.

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      • Mike Taylor says:

        RR looked like he had just had a proctology exam! …Hopefully without anesthesia.

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      • sucesfuloser says:

        they all seem to hug and kiss one another, they are con jobbing each other and think they make us believe they are walking in rarefied air, and are much more important than the rest of us. They are pretending to sacrifice so much for their million dollar job scams. They can’t help themselves, it’s a bs ritual.

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      • RLTW says:

        It better damn well be a cover. AG Barr is the one man who can fix this and prevent civil war. Does he have the backbone to ignore PC and conduct an honest investigation which would likely result in the first black American President being sent to prison along with dozens if not hundreds within the Obama administration?

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        • spren says:

          While very deserving (probably the most among all of the conspirators) Obama will never face justice, in my opinion. It’s not only his skin color that is at issue, it’s the fact that he is the former president and leader of the opposition party. I certainly hope I’m wrong, but I just don’t see it ever happening. Too much potential to create chaos in the streets. His underlings may be thrown under the bus, but our Mussolini wannabe is likely exempt.

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      • TreeClimber says:

        I watched the body language video of RR that’s been all over the Treehouse the past couple days – my take was that Barr was actually subtly and gleefully getting in some digs and making Rodentstein squirm. Presumably Wray too. We’ve all known that person who was nice about us in public and bossed us in private…

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      • Shadrach says:

        Have a look at Rosenstein’s face when Barr “praised” him. Barr prevented him from leaving before the Mueller report was issued and made him stand up there with him while he said Rosenstein concurred with his conclusions.

        Rosenstein had a million mile stare, and he’d probably rather have a limb removed than stand up there with Barr. The guy was on another planet, and looked like he was facing a firing squad.

        Plus Barr is correct. It’s not just PDJT who suffered with this Special Investigation. We lost 2 years of a presidency to an idiotic investigation (#3 of the same topic, if you remember) that should have ended at least a year ago. That it didn’t is on Rosenstein. He (almost certainly) changed the scope memo from “collusion” to “obstruction” to save his agency at the cost of the country….in the best interpretation of his actions. That must not happen again.

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    • kpm58 says:

      Levin could also speak to a brick wall.

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    • Tam says:

      Tell Sundance that Q and anons knew about the FBI and Journalists crimes. FBI agents got benefits in various forms and journalists got leaks. Q gave us quite a bit of info on this topic including the specific journalists. But, Sundance doesn’t ‘believe’ in Q and the info Q drops.

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      • JRD says:

        Screw Q !

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      • Shadrach says:

        Actually, it’s better that he doesn’t…if two people/groups come to the same conclusion taking entirely different routes to get there, then you have better reason to believe the answer is correct. If all conclusions come via this Q route, then where’s your confirmation?

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      • The Akh says:

        Tell Q anons that everything Q posts has been reported, discovered, or otherwise hypothesized before any Q post.

        The leaking of information from the FBI to the press is nothing new and is not an unknown. The specific instances are the focus.

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      • facebkwallflower says:

        Most of the suff Q dropped was already being discussed around here ahead of him, whether firs5 presented by Sundance or elsewhere on the web. Q is almost always NOT the first on something. Just saying.

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        • CHenie says:

          @wallflower-You are wrong about that-just sayin’. Q was months ahead on some stuff. I’m not a Q believer anymore. I fessed up here yesterday that I was so desperate to see the Clinton’s, et al, answer for their evil doings and Q seemed legit so I latched on.

          Q brought people a red pill that got a lot of people awake to the truth on a lot of things.

          But Q has also pushed, for months that PAIN is coming and GITMO is being readied for military tribunals and PANIC IN DC and on and on

          I call that HOPE PORN-and I think it’s wrong.

          This is all very simple:

          Treason and sedition were committed in support of an attempted coup of a duly elected President. Anyone paying attention knows that. The same facts backing up that claim have been on a rinse-repeat cycle for 2 years. Nothing really NEW has come out…perhaps some players names, locations, methods, etc. , but NOTHING as in new EVIDENCE that says NOW the AG can start meting out justice.

          That’s like reporting a murder-then spending months reporting what type of handgun was used, what kind of ammo-where the gun was obtained, etc. It’s all click-bait and ad rev. I am seeing stories that came out 2 years ago that are now being referred to as “new bombshell revelations.”
          d
          It’s a slow and continual wearing down of folks so that a soft-landing can occur an “we can all just move on for the good of the country” dontcha know.

          I’m 65 years old and I’ve seen this soft-landing, let’s move on playbook used more times than I can recount. It worked EVERYTIME before and it will work this time.

          No one and I mean NO ONE is going to be held accountable for this coup attempt…so now what?

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    • CHenie says:

      Barr’s press conference on Thursday is the LAST one you will see. RR is still there. Ohr is still there. Barr will be far too busy cleaning up the mess and covering for the DS to hold any press conferences. NO INDICTMENTS and NO ARRESTS. I’m gonna keep saying that in hopes that patriots will realize exactly where we are.

      There have been felonies committed and ample evidence exists, right now, this minute to arrests multiple DS players. But what do you see? NOTHING.

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  3. redline says:

    I really hope the President will order the declassification and unredacted release of Appendices E and F.

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  4. Angel Martin says:

    There were a ton of leaks, Trump estate taxes, … and on and on.

    The only caution here is that just because FBI 302’s were leaked, doesn’t mean that the FBI agents on Mueller’s team were the leakers (not that I think they are pure) but Muellers partisan prosecutors are more likely.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Team Mueller had a PR guy or press liaison or whatever who was said to appear to be a bit too friendly with the press. I wish I could remember his name.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I THINK you are talking about “the bearded guy” in Barrs press conference.
        He was the “official” spokesperson for the Mueller team ( as opposed to the 59 UNofficial spokespersons for the Mueller team).

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  5. alliwantissometruth says:

    Reassign every agent. Hire new agents

    Reassignment possibilities…

    High school hall monitors
    Arctic polar bear protection
    Sewage plant guards
    Inner city gang mentors
    Maxine Waters bathroom guard
    Desert cactus protection act monitors
    Louisiana swamp monitors
    Arm rests for the “Keep Hillary Clinton Upright” Act

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    • highdezertgator says:

      Turd detail in the Schiftholes of Seattle, Portland, SanFran and La

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Move all current FBI Headquarter personnel to a rented Headquarters “antibias, antileaking” Training Center in Gary, Indiana where firearms are not allowed. Restock the FBI Headquarters in DC with honest people. Honest people are the FBI Agents rejected for promotion by Wray, Comey, McCabe, Mewller and Rosenstein.

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      • kpm58 says:

        Look at agents who were fired or quit in the last ten years.
        Quantico will have to be redone from the ground up also. That includes all agents in the training program now.

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    • Kent says:

      keep an eye on rep. Al Green of Houston…..

      my contribution to the list

      ..or maybe contribute to keeping illegals from flooding across the southern border…..

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      • spren says:

        Al Green has to be one of the ugliest and scariest people I’ve ever seen. He could rival Medusa in turning people to stone just by a glance. He is but one more example of the high level IQs (sarc/) of the people who elect others like him. Think Hank Johnson, Sheila Lee, Maxine Waters, etc. Our real problem is the vast numbers of people who willingly elect them to office time and again.

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    • michael says:

      Rope, lotsa rope, stretch their friggin necks. Treason is what we are talking about, nothing less. We need a precedent. Mail Demos Rope. 1″ Nylon.

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  6. PVCDroid says:

    Trump and Barr must get rid of the political hacks in the agency. Any hire or promotion from 2008 forward should be questioned.

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  7. When will someone leak the unredacted August 2, 2017 Rosenstein to Mueller letter? Page 2 is a big black redaction box? Speaking of predicates, how can a Final Report be duly and contextually assessed when we have NO CLUE what the Report was (re)scoped with investigating? Moreover we got a peek at this letter only by accident via an coincident filing. There could be other bumps and nudges. Shucks, I’d like to know the formal parameters of Mueller’s investigation. Am I being persnickety?

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  8. Ackman420 says:

    We want indictments!
    Lots and lots of indictments!

    Liked by 7 people

  9. USA First! says:

    Please President Trump, “ Turn the tables”, We have been waiting far too long…Sincerely, We The People.

    Liked by 8 people

  10. All Too Much says:

    Buzzfeed screwed up.
    Karma served cold.

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  11. Thanks to Sundance and a few others, there is enough solid evidence to put every one of these scumbags in Supermax Prison for the rest of their miserable lives.

    The question now is, who has the legal authority and power to do so before time runs out? Anyone who reads the articles and comments at the Tree House has known the truth for a very long time.

    And Sundance is doing this with a limited budget and probably no staff to help him. Yet somehow he figured it all out, better than the FBI, CIA and every other spy agency in the intelligence community.

    These scumbags including the “rank & file ” that Sean fetishizes about every night, are paid billions of dollars of taxpayer money to theoretically protect our Country. Yet all they seem to do is figure out ways to out-Gestapo one another and use their mighty power AGAINST American citizens and our duly elected leaders.

    There must be a reckoning and soon. To paraphrase the illustrious Sidney Powell, all the Weissman report did was to throw meat scraps at the hyenas and jackals.

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    • The whole “but I’m not talking about the rank and file” shtick never made LOGICAL sense, either. If the DOJ and just about every other federal agency has been infiltrated by leftists for the last (how many?) decades; and if the top three layers of leadership at the FBI is dominated by hardcore partisan leftists, who make the hiring and promotion decisions at the FBI, how is the rank and file there supposed to have come out mostly untainted by all that all-pervasive corruption?

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      • That’s how I feel…the rank and file are just as corrupt as the leadership. I don’t recall who, but someone posted here awhile ago that their child went to school somewhere with the children of the FBI “rank and file” and that their parents all hated Donald Trump.

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        • 1stgoblyn says:

          The ‘boss’ sets the tone and must lead by example. If, for example, a manager of a small business always arrives late, takes long lunch breaks and leaves well before his shift is over, how many of his employees are going to do likewise? Those at the top determine the caliber of their employees. Period.

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    • Ironclaw says:

      Why should we be forced to feed and clothe them for the rest of their lives? Just execute the traitors.

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    • sDee says:

      “The question now is, who has the legal authority and power to do so before time runs out? ”

      If there was anyone in government with the authority and power to do so, the arrests would have been made and trials complete by now.

      So, by now it is clear that our federal police, intelligence agencies, prosecutors, judicial, congressional oversight, along with numerous other colluding federal agencies are, wholly criminal.

      President Trump stands alone. That leaves us to remove them – they cannot and will not reform themselves.

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      • sDee- that is a frightening proposition to consider.

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        • CHenie says:

          And the alternative is not as frightening? Don’t fret though Senecca-nothing like sDee is suggesting will ever happen. Bread and circuses still work. And now that the all-encompassing spy and propaganda state is firmly entrenched, any serious talk about “removing them ourselves” will be squashed before it ever gets started.

          All I’m saying is, the takeover, for all practical purposes is done. I’ve been harping on this since 1990. And generally speaking, no one wanted to hear it then and no one REALLY wants to do anything about it now other than talk about something needing to be done.

          Sorry, that’s reality. And all the praying and posting scriptures and saying “good always triumphs over evil” is going to change that reality. The “long, slow march through the institutions” started in the 60s and I must say it has been very successful.

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

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  12. thehawkeyehoneypot says:

    Could the james wolfe ali watkins situation involve some of this degenerate behavior?

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  13. Blind no longer says:

    Every day now my cold anger is red HOT!!!~ This is blatant in your face screw you by Mueller and the FBI/Weissman!!! Burn it down to the ground Mr. President and do not start over…the FBI cannot be saved! Let each state do their own investigations!

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  14. All Too Much says:

    From Buzzfeed article:

    ‘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.’

    Why would the leakers let BF release the information about the leaks?
    That one has me scratching my head.

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    • Truthfilter says:

      Is it some kind of veiled attempt to get the subject back in the headlines?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Rhoda R says:

        Probably some sort of attempt to get the alleged dirt on Trump (the leak claimed that Cohen told the FBI that Trump had ordered him to lie) out into the public sphere so the dems could claim obstruction and start impeachment proceedings.

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  15. vikingmom says:

    Every day a new revelation of the absolute unchecked arrogance of the Deep State…they are so smug and so confident that nothing will ever happen to them that they openly acknowledge clearly illegal actions. And all their friends in MSM either ignore their open confessions OR praise them them for violating every tenet of decent, fair, honest, ethical expectations, simply because it’s all “okay” when the target is Donald Trump!

    If charges are not filed, and soon, we may as well say good-bye to our country! This kind of behavior cannot be allowed to stand unanswered!

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    • Yes, except that the Deep State/Uniparty/Democrats/leftists will rationalize such behavior against any non-leftist who is a threat to their agendas. In this case, the VSGPDJT is a very gifted and lethal threat, so the ever-changing and twisted rationalizations for their evil, corrupt, unethical, illegal activities are super-jumbo sized along with their super-jumbo sized hated and malevolence for this particular target.

      But the left’s ability to rationalize anything and everything in the cause of “social justice” is ready-made to freeze and destroy anyone – including plebes – who is not down for the struggle.

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    • viking mom- you’re right- they are totally out of control and their arrogance knows no bounds.

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    • CHenie says:

      ‘If charges are not filed, and soon, we may as well say good-bye to our country! This kind of behavior cannot be allowed to stand unanswered!”

      That’s exactly what is going down. NOTHING-no charges-no indictments-no justice. Oh and BTW-so now what?

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  16. JoD says:

    Didn’t Buzzfeed’s head purveyor of crap, Ben Smith insist that his ” ‘reporters’ had seen the documents?”
    Uh Oh!

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      What are the chances that Ben was one of
      “his reporters”?

      A song dedication for Mr Journ O List:

      Cue up Johnny Mathis.

      Chances arrrrrr………
      if you see a silly grin
      it’s because I know that
      you’re prison bound

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  17. dianeax says:

    My #coldanger grows with each passing day.
    I ♥️.POTUS and his family AND his true supporters. I’m beyond ready to make this a country of law and order again.

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  18. John Huettner says:

    The real gold in this report is simply word searching “evidence” and seeing how many ways these tools could think of to say, “We didn’t find anything!”

    Too bad Leondard Nimoy can’t be reincarnated to intone that the Democrats remain. . . in search of. . . .

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  19. dianeax says:

    My #coldanger grows with each passing day.
    I ♥️.POTUS and his family AND his true supporters. I’m beyond ready to make this a country of law and order again.

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  20. dianeax says:

    My #coldanger grows with each passing day.
    I ♥️.POTUS and his family AND his true supporters. I’m beyond ready to make this a country of law and order again.

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  21. andyocoregon says:

    Aww, maybe it’s time to look forward and put all this Democrat corruption behind us. I say unto you it’s time to let the healing begin. And, as with any healing, it begins with medicine. Strong Medicine.

    Yes, it’s time to CURE THIS CANCER AND DESTROY EVERY EVIL CELL OF IT.

    Here’s what the cancer cells look like:

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  22. Gary Lacey says:

    Whoa, hold on, this is Buzzfeed…known liars!

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Beau Geste says:

    Elizabeth Warren just urged impeachment. An impeachment trial would be a good time to release all the files on the uranium one, Hillary email “investigation”, Awan activities, Wolfe activities, Seth Rich files, DNC-podesta “investigation, the “clinton Foundation” investigation, the 85% illegal use of NSA files, and all files on members of congress. The “news media” would have to cover it !!

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  24. jackphatz says:

    How much of this new revelation could have something to do with the release of the IG report in the next few months?
    I think that release will tell us what our future will be once it’s out into the open.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      To be honest… we need YET ANOTHER set of investigations to dig deep into Team Mueller and their actions vis-à-vis “The Probe”. I know… I know…

      Sundance said: “[…] Buzzfeed has inadvertently opened up a solid reason for yet another FBI internal investigation.”

      That’s it right there. FBI can’t help themselves from leaking. All manner of rule breaking and illegalities. We need further investigation into… The FBI. The whole organization deserves NO BENEFOT OF *ANY* DOUBT at this point. None. Zero. Nada. Zilch.

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      • Kate says:

        Mr. piddles,
        I believe that all the leaking and rule breaking has gone on so long it is now the nature of the beast and should must be destroyed.

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        • mr.piddles says:

          And now it’s out in the open for all to see. How you like my Black Helicopters now, huh?

          Toothpaste is out of the tube. Time for new toothpaste.

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  25. Robert Smith says:

    lol this is why the Deep State would rather write complete stories for the Media dunces,

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  26. Rhoda R says:

    Those 302s are so subject to being written to fit the facts as desired instead of the facts as they are. Cohen denied – under oath – in front of Congress that neither President nor his team asked him to lie.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      The FBI could actually use electronic audio and visual recording devices. I had heard that this new technology is helpful for civilians to recall facts. But that would cramp their creative writing gene.

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  27. mr.piddles says:

    “Apparently the 2018 “bias training” espoused by FBI Director Christopher Wray did not include these two agents.”

    Maybe Team Mueller threatened Christopher Wray with Obstruction Of Justice if he attempted to enforce his disruptive newfangled Policies And Procedures. Thinkin’ outside the box here.

    I know, crazy talk. But come on… would you really be surprised?

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    • Adorable deplorable says:

      Wray is not a good guy here, please don’t give him the benefit of the doubt. He doesn’t deserve it!!

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Was being sarcastic. Mueller threatening the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation with OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE! Too funny!

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Mr. Piddles, “By the Book” training means you can “leak” and follow your bias if you open a double-secret Animal House investigation file, want a job at CNN or the NYT, or if you are leaking with your news media concubine., or you want some hard-to-get World Series or NCAA Finals tickets. It is right there in the “book” (which is triple-secret classified) .

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  28. redline says:

    Interesting.

    The phrase “We identified numerous FBI employees” appears twice in the 568-page report; first in the Executive Summary, which sundance quotes here, and again in the main body at the end of Chapter 12, which closes with three similar but somewhat more condemnatory paragraphs. The attachment letters referenced are different as well. Also, a pair of footnotes.

    I haven’t finished it yet (really just started) but it seems like all of Chapter Twelve reflects much more darkly on the persons involved than does the Executive Summary.

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    • kpm58 says:

      I imagine agents not even connected to the investigation decided they should get paid too by MSM, after all the whole investigation was bogus. What difference would it make?

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    • Dutchman says:

      redline;
      I believe the assumption here is that the I.G. wrote the report, but Rosie, as acting AG, wrote the Summary, and Conclusions.
      Hence, the schitzo nature of the I.G.’s reports.
      Hopefully, Barr will handle the I.G. reports in a different way.

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  29. Capt_bob says:

    One thing that A G Barr said intrigues me.
    He said that Mueller, Developed the evidence for the investigation.
    That says to me that the the SC made up the evidence to suit his investigation.

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    • rayvandune says:

      The Mueller report is full of lies, and it’s about time some people on our side started saying so, loud and clear! The innocence of the President is about the only truth in it, because it could not be hidden!

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  30. James Groome says:

    No one finds it odd that every time there is a leak where it seems like one of Trump’s people has “fingered” him… it ends up the story is false, but the ILLEGAL LEAK was REAL?

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  31. The Devilbat says:

    How if it was not with the intervention of almighty God did Donald Trump firstly become president and secondly survive for two years with the CIA, the FBI, foreign governments, the controlled media and the deep state all working to bring him down ????????????

    The moral of this story is that our prayers really do make a difference. Please keep praying for our president and his family. Ask God to protect him from the pure evil that he is up against.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Devilbat;
      Yes, evidence of an Almighty so clear, one,would think athiests everywhere would be falling to their knees, and singing hosanahs!
      Not sarcastic, I TOTALLY agree with you, and PRAISE GOD!

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  32. Sherri Young says:

    Question: Can a (non-US) 5eyes officer perform a 702 query? Or, would a non-US component have to make a discrete (and discreet) request through proper channels?

    Anyone? Anyone?

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Apparently, they would just have to pay the right people to perform it and transfer the data. it’s all loosey-goosey.

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    • mtk says:

      Question: Can a (non-US) 5eyes officer perform a 702 query?
      You raise a very valid inquiry.

      To answer your question, I will cite a revelation that will bake your mind.

      Admiral Mike Rogers has already gone on the record to state an envident fact, that when it comes to 702 queries, the government can not provide an image of what those quiries returned at the time of the search.

      Just what is Mr. Rogers meaning?

      Based on my understanding of database theory. What Mr Rogers is saying is that, even if it is known, “What the search criteria was, “the result of executing a search on the criteria at later date will NOT yield the same result INDICATIVE of, ‘what was returned as result of the query executed at an earlier data.”
      What he calls fundemenral limitations.

      That is the reality.

      It goes even deeper than this limitation, for to accept this limitation, it is also goes hand and hand to accept another falacy of this limitation. One that is NOT acknowledge.

      Datebase records of this ‘meta’ scope are not datastamped by creation date in the sense that each record is contingent in a moment of time to the previous record as related to a search query within the over all database.

      The details of this fact are unarguable. Period. End of discussion. Don’t even think it can be argued. You will shown to be a fool.

      What I am saying is, it is all about block chains, where each record reliant on the next is totally without foundation based on a creation date.

      A foundation reliant on creation date is in my analysis is fundentally flawed and meaningless.
      It can be faked. By which I mean exactly that.

      Which is to say, even though a record, side by side shows a record of continguence, ie the next record recorded in the database is NOT necessarily contingent to the over all data collection.

      What is a datestamp?

      More importantly what does a datestamp even mean to the over all hierarchy to when a record in a database was created even mean. If fundementally the collection of the data as recorded as it is collected is dependant on moment in time. Does it mean when the record as it is laid down, or does it mean the collective disconnect of the when the record was meant to be associated with.

      Just look to the API of networked database methods(functions) of any ‘cloud based’ database engine. There you will find the underlying theory to substantiate.

      Put it this way, the engine may continiuosly record one record was laid down continuous to the next, but that says next to nothing to when the record was meant to be inserted. We’re not not talking about a linear system, we’re talking about about the human element, if a record is meant to be continuous, what then is the meaning of a record that datestamps itself in the present but also datestamps itself six months in the past because it was sitting in someone’s controll of access ‘to-do’ box before it was released for addition.

      My point is datestamps can be fake by leveraging database theory.

      So back to your question,

      Question: Can a (non-US) 5eyes officer perform a 702 query?
      To which I say,
      What the heck does that mean, does it mean some electron can flips a bit in a data stream to some type of definate proof that is recorded in a database that is later consulted to answer your question in the afirmative.
      Any reliant system can provide a result of inquiry.
      Or does it mean, the theory of databases has a systemic flaw that can leverage.

      Look, the reality of database theory, is not contingent on a linear progress of time of when a record is created, not when the collection archival is dependant on multiple collection sources across the entire planet and across the full breath of the human factor.

      If the basics of datestamping has a fundamental flaw.
      Who is to say origination can’t be faked in the API of how or what data was provided.
      It is all just snytax.
      If the retrieval is depedant on a GET sql statement, then without question what are the entries are based on, ” If not the equivalent of sql PUSH statement.

      What do you think there is an intelligence of truth behind what is recorded in a database?

      It is all based on trust of the human element. A flaw that has been leverage to the max in the belief that the system is flawless.

      Sorry to say this, the mass population might as well have the three stooges go to court as expert witiness on technology, and what is really a sad state of affairs, ” Is the courts will acknowledge their expertise.”

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      • Some of what you say is TRUE…HOWEVER, NOT HAVING DATE/TIMESTAMPS ON THE RECORDS ALONG WITH THE QUERY ALSO DATASTAMPED IS A FEATURE NOT A BUG!!!

        All records that were 702’d should be in question now due to the date/timestamping. The database that NSA HAS is ONE GIANT VACUUM MACHINE AND EVERYTHING SHOULD BE TIMESTAMPED…Querries into the DB, stored/timestampe/who accessed…ALSO, people who querried the database should have their ID on file/Time stamped BECAUSE EVERYONE USES A CAC CARD!!! url: https://www.cac.mil/

        If those database(s) were NOT DESIGNED TO CATCH ALL OF THIS INFORMATON…THAT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO SUBVERT THE CRIMINALITY…That is why SAMANTHA POWERS ID WAS USED EXTENSIVELY!!!

        Retired military and those damn cac cards were a pain AND EVERYTHING WAS TRACKED…

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        • Sherri Young says:

          Thank you, ED50. Samantha Power and foreign intel partners were parts of the puzzle that were bothering me when I posed the questions.

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          • You’re Welcome Sherri…People who have not worked in .gov/.mil parts are always stating what happens in the Civilian world…The .gov/.mil are entirely different esp. when using querries into databases…MOST of the time the querries are already written, called Stored Procedures and EVERYTHING that is being asked in the query is tracked.
            That is why I alluded to Samantha Powers…PEOPLE WHO WERE DOING THE QUERRYING KNEW THEIR QUERRIES WERE GOING TOBE DATE/TIMESTAMPED ALONG WITH WHO THEY WERE QUERRING FOR (VERY IMPORTANT)…AND ALSO WHO AS ASKING FOR THE DATA!!!…

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        • mtk says:

          Some of what you say is TRUE…HOWEVER, NOT HAVING DATE/TIMESTAMPS ON THE RECORDS ALONG WITH THE QUERY ALSO DATASTAMPED IS A FEATURE NOT A BUG!!!

          Never would in a million years assert its a bug.
          And, your right about it being a feature…

          Your absolutely right about the tracking built into system.
          As you put it…
          Querries into the DB, stored/timestampe/who accessed…ALSO, people who querried the database and etc.

          That is not what I am getting, “Knowing who is doing the search and what was searched for at a given moment time.”

          What i am getting at “If all that is known, then why can’t the exact same search be conducted and by filtering out the results of records that would not have existed at the time of the original search to see what was returned by the original search for investigative forensics.

          What Mr Rogers is saying is even if this was done, the resultant set of the query systemically is not able to provide what was returned in the orginal search.

          It is all technolgical babal meant to say that the results of a future date search on the same orginal search criteria IS NOT F’ing reliable and may be down right untrustworthy.

          Hmmm…
          With my reference base of well thumb copies of ISBN 0-13-081934-4, ISBN 0-201-43328-1 and ISBN 0-13-089340-4

          All I can say is they where doing more than searching.

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        • mtk says:

          Eagle this is interesting…
          More than likely you have moved on and not following the thread.

          Would like to continue…
          It is a fascinating subject…

          Not so sure you can assert the civil world differences anymore. It is so much hand wavying.
          In no way is that a statement reflective that the military does things differently and crossovers to the civilian world are in fact not applicable.

          As for stored searches, that is a round about way of saying the sql statement that is built and then executed is where the fields are only variables and the reasources to build the executing sql statement is stored, just change the criteria.

          But as know, the stored searches are more than just the criteria to search on, there is also what we in the civilian world would call Connectivity, a storaged search also includes things such as URLs to which databases, credentials, encoding, etc.

          Do you honestly believe that these nefarious civilian contractors where using the military’s stored searches or where they using there their own rolled on the fly searches.
          It just a connectivity problem, there is no magically mystery to stored searches. It not some damm problem solution that makes a miracle wonder out increased capitables over traditional searches. Actually it does one thing quite well in optimizes system reasources in not having to regenerate the code to carry out the search where only the criteria changes.
          I guess in the civilian world we don’t have problems like tens of million of people at any given time doing something on the internet and as an adminstrator looking to present analytics. It is like God, what would we ever do without stored searches. Actually when you stop in think about stored searches for the miltary, it actually makes sense. Would not want someone going off the reservation and coming up with there own inquires.

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          • mtk…YES…THIS IS FASCINATING…THE ONLY reason why I said Stored Procedures is that they can be run from ANYWHERE BE it Mainframe(dB2) or Oracle/Sql Server/Mongo…etc…The great thing about the stored procedures is that they can be made DYNAMIC AND CAN BE RUN FROM ANYWHERE…Let’s start with a person who is logged in…

            1) The Persons Name is “Sammany Powers” is logged into a computer…when accessing the database system (ON A GOVERNMENT COMPUTER—WHICH THEY WERE that name is passed to the database and reconsiled to WHAT TYPE OF QUERY THEY CAN RUN…)

            2) “SAMMANTHA” when she gets her DB security code he is told she CAN ONLY RUN FIELD QUERRIES…MEANING THEY HAVE TO TYPE IN THE FIELDS THAT ARE SHOWN ON THE SCREEN AND MUST adhere to the RULES (SAMMANTHA POWERS — DAMN GOOD EXAMPLE) and she types in “Cohen”

            3) Cohen comes back in MORE THAN ONE (1) RECORD — Now the FBI gets the record and they find a match — Physical Description and the Cohen in California GET NAILED, HOWEVER HE PROVES BEYOND A SHADOW OF DOUBT…HE WAS AT HIS SON’S BASEBALL GAME AND CAN PROVE IT ALONG WITH HIS PASSPORT…BUT WAIT A MINUTE, THERE IS ANOTHER COHEN IN THE RESULTSET

            4) the FBI goes to the record and viola…THIS IS THE COHEN THEY ARE LOOKING FOR…BECAUSE OF HIS PASSPORT IS STAMPED FOR THE TIMEFRAME THEY ARE LOOKING IN AND ALSO THE COUNTRY…

            Now the FBI has the right Cohen…

            This is just a glimmer of what these A$$holes did to Americans…Sammany Powers UserID/Password were used to access the system FROM THE UN…OR SOMEONE WHO WAS USING HER DB CREDENTIALS (GOING BACK IN TIME):
            https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/10/trey-gowdy-samantha-power-testified-didnt-make-unmasking-request-name/

            IF you have anymore questions please feel free to ask!!!

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Thanks for all that but I meant to make my question to be more about gaining access. I don’t have much of a grasp of how the intel community works.

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        • Sherri…NO QUESTION about the INTEL COMMUNITY is NEVER a bother…Sometimes the idea of government watchers catches people off guard and I do believe that this has been brought out in spades. NO ONE SHOULD EVER HAVE TO BE AFRAID OF THEIR GOVERNMENT BUT THAT IS WHERE WE ARE RIGHT NOW!!!

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  33. freepetta says:

    THIS IS THE BOMB 💣 BOOM!! WOW!

    HAPPY EASTER 🐣 PATRIOTS!

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  34. ATheoK says:

    “There has been a widespread media claim for two years that Robert Mueller’s special counsel team never leaked.”

    That right there is the smoking gun.

    Standard practice requires absolute secrecy during investigations and grand jury empanelments and testimonies.
    During a number of recent Administrations the FBI and DOJ have grown more superior and more arrogant towards ordinary citizens.
    More recently,information that could be from FBI investigations appeared in the Press.

    Since the Mueller investigation began, literally every tidbit negative to President Trump they obtained was immediately leaked to the Press.
    Media’s ever more strident claim that Mueller’s team never leaked was cover for the evil FBI, DOJ and the Press performed.

    “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.”

    Cohen who has been unmasked as a serial liar willing tell whatever lie his handlers demand or others pay?

    Worthless testimony.
    Worse, it is very likely the FBI already knew how worthless that testimony was.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      This is seeding the clouds. Buzzfeed releases this
      immediately after Barr’s testimony. Says that they
      had it months ago. Are so eager to say Trump told
      Cohen to lie that they flat forgot not to implicate
      themselves on how they received classified information.

      This was set up at that time, when they received the
      leak. Along with the leak, they received instructions on
      specifically WHEN the leak could be revealed. So that
      when the new narrative was began, it would give validity
      to the narrative that Barr and Trump are lying. That way
      the impeachment parade can begin.

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  35. Ventura Capitalist says:

    Hey, somebody wake up Huber to take a look at this.

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  36. D says:

    I pray that Barr isnt a deep deep state op, playing the role of the good guy, only to put the screws to POTUS

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    • bofh says:

      Just as an aside – I have never seen a website with so much pop up crap (yes, “crap” is about the best term for it) as Daily Caller. It makes the article unreadable, even with Adblock Plus functioning. Remind me to never, ever bother clicking on a link to DC again.

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  37. DeWalt says:

    Here is one way to stop this Leaking crap. At present if a reporter is given information, even classified, the reporter can print it and is totally in the clear.
    Change the laws, As with any Felony, knowledge of the crime being committed and not reported is a crime in and of itself. Why should a reporter be able to withhold knowledge of Espionage and use such information for political and monetary gain and not be charged with Misprision of a crime?
    This needs to change.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      That’s how it works with child pornography. Someone who sends or receives it can be prosecuted. If leaked confidential government information is illegal to send, it should be illegal to keep or publicize, just like kiddie porn.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      We, you and I, are the government. We need to know what is going on. A lying press is not cool. Leaking is bad and often dangerous. However, too much is hidden and whistleblowers apparently are not properly respected or protected. Just ask Nate Cain.

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  38. farrier105 says:

    Those were the hand written notes that served as evidence supporting formal FD-302 reports. This is very serious as the notes are considered underlying evidence. They are kept in an manila type envelope that attaches to the file back underneath the documents in the file.

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  39. CNY3 says:

    I am confused. Didn’t Mueller’s office come out and say it was not accurate info that buzzfeed gave to the MSM about DJT telling Cohen to lie? Wasn’t that egg on the face of the liberal media when they all jumped On it saying that they now had evidence that Trump would be impeached? But then special counsel said not true?? But now you are saying it’s true????? Did I misread it?

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  40. redhotsnowman says:

    Fire Wray.
    damn the torpedoes full speed ahead

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  41. Blind no longer says:

    This bastard is rank and vile too!!! I despise Mitt Romney…I bet he colluded with Mueller..two of a kind!!!
    Senator Mitt Romney said Friday he was “sickened” by President Donald Trump’s dishonesty as described in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report and “appalled” that people working for Trump’s campaign welcomed help from Russia.

    “I am sickened at the extent and pervasiveness of dishonesty and misdirection by individuals in the highest office of the land, including the President,” Romney said in a statement. “I am also appalled that, among other things, fellow citizens working in a campaign for president welcomed help from Russia — including information that had been illegally obtained; that none of them acted to inform American law enforcement; and that the campaign chairman was actively promoting Russian interests in Ukraine.
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-19/mitt-romney-mueller-r

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  42. zephyrbreeze says:

    Ok, this story isn’t just now surfacing as a coincidence. Are the Buzzard editors just dumb to think they are merely wrapping up loose ends with this reporting? Oh, I’d love it if it was Weissman.

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  43. Sherri Young says:

    Weren’t there four instances of what appeared to be planted bits of intel that were used as bait in order to find leakers a year or more ago? It was while Sessions was AG.

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  44. zephyrbreeze says:

    Also, I’m so sick of 302’s. They are uncivilized throwbacks. We have recording devices. No more “recollections” of agents. Flight 800 investigation was a horror show of altered 302’s. (Jack Cashill).

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  45. TwoLaine says:

    Cavudo just said on Tucker Carlson that he was set up by a 17 year paid FBI informant, conveniently left off the info on him in the Mueller Report.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      Caputo

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    • NC Nana says:

      Michael Caputo, a Trump Campaign Advisor, who was harmed by the Special Council, said he hired an Investigator to investigate the allegations against him.

      Henry Greenberg was the 17 year paid FBI informant. Mr. Caputo just knew him as a contact that he referred to Roger Stone. The contact is described on page 61 of the Mueller report.

      One of the things I found interesting in the Mueller report is that it said President Trump would not pay for opposition research on Hillary Clinton.

      Sounds like President Trump and the men around him are all upright forward leaning men to me.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Trace Gallagher on Ingraham tonight said Carter Page is filing a new civil lawsuit agaist the Board of Broadcasting Governors for slander and libel.

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  46. OlderAndWiser says:

    Perhaps a trap set by a white hat to further undermine the public trust in the press – that is, fake docs? Wouldn’t surprise me.

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  47. Streak 264 says:

    But Wray promised there was no bias.
    Haven’t heard from him lately. He should have been standing next to Barr at presser instead of that strange guy.

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  48. Streak 264 says:

    But Wray promised there was no bias.
    Haven’t heard from him lately. He should have been standing next to Barr at presser instead of that strange guy.

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    • Henry chance says:

      Everything is political. People are leaking on him to score points with Barr. Barr is not scheduled to deal with Wray . Wray can enjoy his flopsweat.

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  49. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Handoff complete.
    Main propaganda TV networks ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, and MSNBC combined to mention the word “impeachment” a little over 300 times yesterday Thursday, April 18th. According to Bill D’Agustino over at News Busters it was 309 between 11:00am Thursday and 11:00am Friday. “CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell were particularly keen on discussing the prospect of impeachment. The term appeared a whopping 34 times during the one-hour ‘The Last Word’ with Lawrence O’Donnell. Interestingly, journalists also mentioned impeachment 34 times on Blitzer’s ‘The Situation Room’, but over the course of two hours.”

    https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/bill-dagostino/2019/04/19/terms-impeachment-media-mention-i-word-309-times-one-day

    (PS ~ Mitt Romney like bad penny just won’t go away and stay away.)

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    • bandfreak22 says:

      I heard about this too. On the Mark Levin show they had a compilation of all the times “impeachment” was spoken by the talking heads. Amazing how they get their marching orders and execute in lock step. The problem with this is the sheep that listen believe it. And this is what SD was talking about in a previous article. It will be the media that will convince the masses to “impeach” by not voting for him. The House will now keep their hands out of it and kept clean for the election.

      It would be nice to have the media investigated.

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    • rayvandune says:

      Mitt Romney should be ashamed of his despicable conduct. Has he expressed outrage over the two-year witch-hunt to prove an innocent man a traitor? Maybe he grudgingly said it was too bad, but you can see where his tiny little turd of a heart really is, when he fatuously declares how shocked, shocked he is that a real man would angrily lash out at injustice, and by the lies and exaggerations in the witch-hunt report by the best bad cops we have. I hope he and his soulmate John Kerry enjoy each other’s company in Hell.

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    • James says:

      yep.
      just like OLD HILLARY BEAST AND THE MUSLIM FRAUD. BOTH need rounded up and sent to GITMO ASAP.

      Liked by 3 people

    • drlou007 says:

      “Journalists” on Wolf Blitzer’s propaganda show? Must be a mistake.

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