Second Scope Memo – Rosenstein Authorizes Mueller to Target Michael Flynn Jr…

The original authorization for the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller was May 17th, 2017.  However, the recently released Weissmann report shows there were two additional scope memos authorizing specific targeting of the Mueller probe.  The first scope memo was August 2nd, 2017, OUTLINED HERE, and is an important part of the puzzle that helps explain the corrupt original purpose of the special counsel.

The second scope memo was issued by Rod Rosenstein to Robert Mueller on October 20th, 2017.  The transparent intent of the second scope memo was to provide Weissmann and Mueller with ammunition and authority to investigate specific targets, for specific purposes.  One of those targets was General Michael Flynn’s son, Michael Flynn Jr.

As you review the highlighted portion below, found on pages 12 and 13 of the Weissmann report, read slowly and fully absorb the intent; the corruption is blood-boiling:

This second scope memo allowed Weissmann and Mueller to target tangentially related persons and entities bringing in Michael Cohen, Richard Gates, Roger Stone and Michael Flynn Jr.  Additionally and strategically (you’ll see why), this memo established the authority to pursue “jointly undertaken activity“.

With Paul Manafort outlined as an investigative target in the original authorization and the first scope memo, the second scope memo authorizes expansion to his business partner Richard Gates and their joint businesses.   This memo also permits the investigation of Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen and all of his interests; and in ultimate weasel sunlight, Rosenstein authorizes an investigation of his boss, AG Jeff Sessions.

Before getting to more targets, notice the underlined passage about starting with a lot of investigative material because the special counsel was picking up a Russian interference  investigation that had been ongoing for “nearly 10 months.”

I would also note that our CTH research indicates all of the illegally extracted FISA-702(16)(17) database search results would be part of this pre-existing investigative file available immediately to Weissmann and Mueller.  However, in order to use the search-query evidence, Weissmann and Mueller would need to backfill some alternate justification; or find another way to “rediscover” the preexisting results….. I digress

The four identified targets within the original July 2016 investigation, “Operation Crossfire Hurricane”, were George Papadopoulos, Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort and Carter Page. (See HPSCI report):

General Flynn was under investigation from the outset in mid-2016. The fraudulent FBI counterintelligence operation, established by CIA Director John Brennan, had Flynn as one of the early targets when Brennan handed the originating electronic communication “EC” to FBI Director James Comey.

The investigation of General Flynn never stopped throughout 2016 and led to the second investigative issue of his phone call with Russian Ambassador Kislyak in December 2016:

Back to the Page #12 October 20th Scope Memo:

The first redaction listed under “personal privacy” does not appear to represent an individual, rather it’s an organization. However, The second related redaction is a specific person, Michael Flynn Jr.

In combination with the October timing, the addition of Flynn Jr to the target list relates to the ongoing 2016/2017 investigation of his father, General Michael Flynn, for: (1) possible conspiracy with a foreign government; (2) unregistered lobbying; (3) materially false statements and omissions on 2017 FARA documents; and (4) lying to the FBI.

This October 20th, 2017, request from Weissmann and Mueller aligns with the time-frame were special counsel team lawyers Brandon L. Van Grack and Zainab N. Ahmad were prosecuting Michael Flynn and attempting to force him into a guilty plea

Getting Rosenstein to authorize adding Mike Flynn Jr. to the target list (scope memo) meant the special counsel could threaten General Flynn with the indictment of his son as a co-conspirator tied to the Turkish lobbying issue (which they did) if he doesn’t agree to a plea. Remember: “jointly undertaken activity“.

The October 20th, 2017, expanded scope memo authorized Mueller to start demanding records, phones, electronic devices and other evidence from Mike Flynn Jr, and provided the leverage Weissmann wanted.  After all, Mike Flynn Jr. had a four month old baby. 

The amount of twisted pressure from this corrupt team of prosecutors is sickening.  A month later, General Flynn was signing a plea agreement:

And don’t forget, Andrew McCabe was also likely the person who leaked the content of the Mike Flynn phone call between Flynn and Russian Ambassador Kislyak.  A massive leak of classified information:

Within the case against Michael Flynn…. Prosecutor Brandon Van Grack filed a cover letter attempting to explain the reason for the Flynn interview on January 24th, 2017, and the official filing of the interview notes (FD-302) on February 15th, 2017, and then again on May 31st, 2017.

To explain the FBI delay, Van Grack claimed the FD-302 report “inadvertently” had a header saying “DRAFT DOCUMENT/DELIBERATIVE MATERIAL” (screen grab)

What the special counsel appeared to be obfuscating to the court was there was factually a process of deliberation within the investigative unit, headed by FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, surrounding the specific wording of the 302 report on the Flynn interview.  Likely how best to word the FBI notes for maximum damage.

In late 2018 Prosecutor Brandon Van Grack was attempting to hide the length of the small group deliberations within the FBI. It seems he did not want the court to know Andrew McCabe was involved in shaping how the Flynn-302 was written.

We know there was a deliberative process in place, seemingly all about how to best position the narrative, because we can see the deliberations in text messages between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok: See below (note the dates):

The text message conversation above is February 14th, 2017.

The Michael Flynn FD-302 was officially entered into the record on February 15th, 2017, per the report:

Obviously the interview took place on January 24th, 2017. The FD-302 was drafted on January 24th, and then later edited, shaped, and ultimately approved by McCabe, on February 14th, then entered into the official record on February 15th.

It was a deliberative document from the outset. Thanks to the Strzok/Page text messages we know the cover letter from the Special Counsel is misleading.  The Feb 15th, 2017, date was the day after McCabe approved it.

May 17th, 2017, Robert Mueller was assigned as special Counsel. Then, the FD-302 report was re-entered on May 31st, 2017, removing the header; paving the way for Mueller’s team to use the content therein.

This level of overt corruption, and corrupt intent within the special counsel, is one of the many reasons why Rosenstein apologists and the ‘trust the plan’ crew should be collectively slapped across the face with a cold fish.  

Moving on….

♦ Another issue is reconciled today on Page #13 of the Weissmann/Mueller report surrounding why FBI Director Chris Wray asked DOJ-NSD head Dana Boente to become chief legal counsel of the FBI.

Look at the investigative structure as outlined by the Weissmann report:

Technically the 40 FBI agents remained under FBI supervision at all times.  Additionally the assigned FBI attorney worked under the FBI legal supervision; not the supervision of the special counsel.

[ie. Mueller retains plausible deniability for criminal investigative wrongdoing]

Initially in May 2017 this meant FBI chief legal counsel James Baker, part of the original small group, was coordinating the FBI roles and legal responsibilities.  However, by the end of 2017 James Baker was in trouble as congress highlighted his corrupt endeavors.

Remember what was going on in late 2017?  In addition to the FBI issues with Lisa Page and Peter Strzok surfacing internally, by December 2017, immediately after Michael Flynn signed the guilty plea… all hell broke loose.

Can you imagine an institutional idiot like FBI Director Chris Wray watching all of the information about McCabe, Strzok, Page, Kortan and Baker start erupting in the headlines and all around his office?… and simultaneously he has 40 corrupt FBI investigators attached to the corruptly organized Weissmann/Mueller detail?

That reality is exactly why Chris Wray needed to get one of the corrupt DOJ insiders to take over as FBI legal counsel.  Director Wray saw the need for massive ass-covering; and the perfect man for the job was the guy who participated in the FISA application fraud, Dana Boente.

Exactly six months later FBI Director Christopher Wray was telling a national audience there was no political bias, misconduct or corruption within the FBI; but hey, we’re going to go through bias training because we’re good enough, strong enough, and doggone it – people like us… or something.  [IG Report June 14th, 2018]

ps.  I would be remiss if I did not point out that every person identified in this outline is still in their position of authority to this day.  Including the 40 FBI agents who participated in three years of corrupt investigations of a non-existent Russia conspiracy.

But hey….

 

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518 Responses to Second Scope Memo – Rosenstein Authorizes Mueller to Target Michael Flynn Jr…

  1. Hmmm... says:

    I mentioned this before but Lisa Page testified that she was pretty sure EDVA was involved with opening the obstruction investigation they were waiting to open. Having looked at your earlier post regarding Dana Boente it seems he would have been there at that time. Anyone and any group attached to that case should be considered 100% involved in the over arching scheme in my opinion.

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    • Hmmm... says:

      Dana Boente as the acting US Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia in May 2017 would have been the DOJ US Attorney that worked with the FBI to open the obstruction case against President Trump that was essentially the planned vehicle to impeach him and is now the current FBI chief legal counsel if Page’s testimony is correct. Just to put it out in simpler terms. That is jaw dropping.

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      • cboldt says:

        Dana Boente also assumed oversight of “muh coup” when Sessions recused.

        https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/attorney-general-sessions-statement-recusal

        “Consistent with the succession order for the Department of Justice, Acting Deputy Attorney General
        and U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia Dana Boente shall act as and perform the
        functions of the Attorney General with respect to any matters from which I have recused myself to the
        extent they exist.”

        From the Mueller report, it’s clear there is no “white hat” in the whole lot of them. Rank and file will do ANYTHING they are ordered to do, and do so with glee and vigor.

        On an uplifiting note, “He is risen!” All glory to God! Blessed Jesus, my savior and delight!

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      • Jederman says:

        Years and years of salting the system with ideologicaly reliable DS worker bees has come to a head. They have gone where (as far as we know) no other outgoing admin has gone.

        The first “black” prezzy is also the first president to try to overturn an election, in this country. Most people do not believe that this is limited to a few rouge career agents and political appointees. Would they conspire to commit crimes of this scale simply out of hate for Trump or ideology?

        Plug in the polygraph machines and go from dept to dept. Ferret out every “resistance” slug in the system. Restore the order that’s required to govern fairly.

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    • dd_sc says:

      EDVA was also involved in the Julian Assange indictment, and FBI Agent David Archey (who replaced Strzok on Team Mueller) was promoted and transferred to the FBI Richmond office which overlaps with EDVA.

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/04/17/the-doj-and-fbi-influence-of-dana-boente/

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  2. USA First! says:

    Wray needs to be hogtied and thrown in a river for covering for the criminals in the FBI.

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  3. Yes. Robert Mueller assumed the office of SC May 17, 2017.

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  4. Your Tour Guide says:

    Sundance:

    Posted on the other August 2nd thread from earlier.

    What if the 40 agents weren’t centralized? What if they
    were dispersed among the 56 FBI field offices?

    What gave me this thought was the amount of weird
    occurences that happened during the primaries.
    The San Jose herding of Trump supporters.
    That would be under the jurisdiction of the San Diego
    office.

    The attempted assassination at the Dayton Airport.
    That would be the Cincinnati field office.

    The cancelling of the Rally in Chicago.
    Naturally, the Chicago field office.

    Later on, Charlottesville. Richmond field office. Look
    at who’s been promoted upwards there.

    If this is a distraction from what you are trying to
    assemble, disregard. But the thought just keeps coming
    back to me on this one.

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    • farrier105 says:

      It is just more widespread than the 40. It is best to stay focused on them for reasons of lack of time.

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      • Malcom fromMobile says:

        I agree it is more wide that the 40 mentioned. I can replay the video of the heavily armed FBI agents, gleefully marching in to arrest 67 year old Roger Stone and his 72 year old deaf wife.

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    • Mark L. says:

      I wanted to think it was a bunch at the upper level Management, as per Mr Barr, but it appears that maybe more perverse than originally thought.

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      • Several people on the “conservative” side of the fence have repeatedly made the claim that the evil doing was limited to a handful of weasels at the top. The rank-and-file, they claim, are dedicated servants who deserve our utmost respect and support. Well, the FBI employs thousands of people and by the Theory of Large Numbers, some are. But there are plenty of rank-and-file who are “go along to get along” and had no problem furthering the scheme (active participation) or simply shutting up and looking the other way about it (passive participation). First and foremost in their minds: don’t rock the boat and stick around to make sure you get that pension.

        There is absolutely nothing the FBI would do (appointing weasels like Wray and Boente to positions vacated by Comey and Baker is an improvement?) that would ever restore my faith in that organizations. Rotten to the core. Ditto the DoJ, the Department of State, and all the other intelligence agencies. Let me repeat, ROTTEN TO THE CORE.

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        • Dixie says:

          There could have been a lot of palms greased. Some will do anything for money. We seem to be so infested now, it would be impossible to “weed” them all out.

          I’m noticing in the local race to replace Walter Jones in NC, there are about 17 running for that one spot. One name stands out above all the rest because of the number of ads, emails, signs which is more than all the rest put together….That one I will avoid….because he has money to burn, maybe from unusual sources? I find it suspect.

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      • Jederman says:

        Me too. But in my heart of hearts I knew (in the absence of whistleblowers or counter leaks) they are all obedient to the system and not the citizen. They all will fall in line and kick down any door they’re told to kick down. They are not our friend.

        They (with Wray’s buffoonish face out front) have set up an us vs them situation, and they’re totally cool with it because it’s all about the career and the pension, dontcha know. There will be a generation, at least, of passive resistance to these untrustworthy people if they’re not punished.

        There is still the option to burn the whole thing to the ground and rebuild, to the extent possible anymore, an ethical, just fed LE organization.

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        • Lindenlee says:

          Makes me think about the “parallel construction” tactic of Prez Trump in banking and some other things, where he starves the existing beast and builds a parallel org that serves the real function. Can he do this here? Chip away at the rotten parts with additional regulation, etc, while building a true blue LE org side by side?

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    • Derangement Syndrome says:

      In many cases those are really CIA people playing the local police chief, or for instance, Deputy Director of Counter Intelligence for the FBI.

      Fletcher Prouty (former Chief for Special Operations) explains it all. The CIA does Operations and clandestine stuff all over the world, but they don’t really have their own equipment. They need a plane? Call the airforce. Need a special forces? Have to call the army for them to loan you a unit. The army then gets reimbursed by the CIA for the use of their asset, it’s kinda like renting. Prouty reveals that the CIA figured out early on, that what made things run smoothly for them, was to try and insert an operative into another part of government where decisions are made. The most famous case, was CIA “Airforce General” Lansdale. I’m assuming this is still widely practiced.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Yes I’m more likely to believe that the really nefarious plots are originated in the bowels of the cia rather than the fbi.

        Fbi evidently runs its own scams and unethical ops too, but I would tend to doubt that the Mueller-Weismann Coup Continuation Team was focused on anything beyond President Trump and anyone they thought they could squeeze enough to compose false witness against him.

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      • DSK66 says:

        Just a clarification: you are correct in noting a close relationship b/n CIA and certain special operations forces (see JSOC). But Col. Prouty served in a much different era. It is simply no longer true (if it ever really was) that CIA does not, independently, have air transport, equipment, and trained manpower to conduct operations. The Agency has a healthy amount of all three.

        I’m not giving up any secrets: just look up SAD-Ground Branch.

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  5. RR’s letter of RM’s appointment is dated and signed 5/17/17. Order #3915-2017.

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  6. trumpsbamagirl says:

    These people are sick!

    God bless General Flynn. Those of us with children know that we would fall on our swords to protect them. I hope President Trump will pardon him, but I am disgusted that this patriot’s reputation has been destroyed.

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    • Austin Holdout says:

      They found 4 things to pin on a straight arrow like Flynn (albeit after threatening his family). But after having Trump under their evil microscope for 3 years, they found nothing other than that he got pissed off when they lied about him, tried to ruin his presidency and threaten HIS family too. They couldn’t even get his 2nd grade teacher to say he colored outside the lines. The guy doesn’t drink and never to say “but I never inhaled”. How many of us could be under that microscope and have them come up with nothing more than Trump They have wtitten Trump’s 2020 ad campaign for him “18 angry Dems had me under a microscope for 3 years and all they found out was that I said the “f” word once. What would they have found on you?” (Background video showing Biden pawing children’s, or Beto hit and run, naked Bernie in Moscow, Warren’s false job apps-fill in appropriate candidate’s video)

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    • Amy2 says:

      My hope would be that Michael Flynn Jr. would man up and protect his father, and not just with tweets. As the president has shown, if you’re innocent, you say so. If not, learn your lesson and take your punishment.

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      • foggyhorn says:

        Amy,

        I do not post often, but i do 95% agree with your assessments that i have read.

        I would not be too hard Flynn Jr. The sad fact is that if you are dealing with a corrupt prosecution and you do not have deep pockets for legal expenses(attorneys are needed – can’t do it all on your own), you can be right/innocent and still lose in the courts.

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        • Amy2 says:

          Thank you and understood. I just always felt that if General Flynn was trying to protect his son, 1. he must have felt there was something (however small or blown out of proportion) he needed protecting from 2. I hope Flynn Jr. develops the same integrity his father has demonstrated.

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          • foggyhorn says:

            Thank you Amy,
            I appreciate your honest response. 🙂

            I am not super informed or smart, but imo this Mueller probe was looking for (Trump associated) scalps…Period. Real justice was Never in their mission statement. They went after Manafort and left the Podesta’s untouched for exactly the same issues. The real Russian collusion was Hillary, DNC, and Obama Administration. You heard zero about that from their report.

            My point is that if our Government, is staffed by unscrupulous individuals without legal controls, they can literally crush any of our lives.

            My opinion is that General Flynn was unfairly targeted, per past Intelligence disputes in the Obama Admin, and he ultimately realized that he did not have enough money to prevail in our legal system, per a Special Counsel with an Agenda, demonstrating his innocence. They (Mueller team) went after Flynn’s son, knowing that Flynn may fight for himself, but he would not continue to fight if it involved his children (ruining their lives too). They wanted a guilty plea from Flynn…..a scalp on their wall.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      I am asking God for full restitution for this brave man, and that this restitution come from the perps of this nefarious scheme. I cry every time I think about what he has suffered, in silence.

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  7. Howcome says:

    Passive obstruction? These tyrants will make defending yourself publicly and privately a crime. That would be a true turning point for this country.

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  8. Pyrthroes says:

    Wray is useless. We only hope to G*d that this material finds its way to Gen. Flynn, as to AG Barr, who are unquestionably well-aware of Mueller’s bad faith, ill-will, false pretense machinations, instigated by BHO’s penultimately corrupt IC officialdom.

    Trump has every incentive not only to set this record straight, but to take stringent preventive legal-schmegal, legislative, and Deep State institutional-organizational measures ensuring that hyper-partisan Rats and their seditious kin face material, personal consequences for attempting to disenfranchise 63 million American voters on behalf of the most corrupt, malfeasant, borderline treasonous Administration in American history.

    Either Barr et al. play hardball in this court, or it’ll be Caracus-Havana-Mogadishu time for the U.S. within a generation.

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    • On a more PERSONAL LEVEL — Mozambique works for me!!!

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    • budklatsch says:

      My faith is under great strain as I read of the close personal friendship that Mueller and Barr have ‘enjoyed’ for decades in their ‘service’ to America.!

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      • Amy2 says:

        I don’t think that has affected how Barr is doing his job. Too bad he wasn’t a better influence on Mueller if in fact they are close. During his press conference, it was CLEAR that Barr was not happy with especially the second part of the report. What looked to the dems like him “acting as the president’s personal attorney” was merely Barr trying to balance the scale for an innocent man.

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      • Peppurr says:

        My faith too. And speaking of faith, how many times have we seen the clip of Mueller and his wife walking into Church. Then there’s the bit about Mueller and Barr’s wife attending bible study together. And while I’m at it, there’s Wray, who appears as a milquetoast in public and a Mr Hyde behind closed doors. It all seems so hypocritical.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          The media never shows Mueller until it suits their purpose. Here, they are trying to paint him as a moral man. I don’t care if he served in the Marines, goes to church Everytime cameras are rolling – nothing clears Mueller of responsibility for his dedication to twisting justice to be applied against Americans and their freedom. Someone needs to say it in public and stop the charade

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        • Lindenlee says:

          Gotta tell you, churches are FILLED with unsaved people, who go because it is the thing to do. Shocking, really. Took me a long time to wise up, even in my church… Now, when someone tells me he/she is a Believer, I reserve judgment, because THE CHOICE of conduct I see on behalf of many of these people is shocking.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      I would like to make the case publicly, and then prosecute Mueller and company for INTERFERING IN THE 2018 ELECTIONS, because he didn’t exonerate AT THE TIME WHEN HE KNEW THERE WAS NO COLLUSION.

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  9. Also…it’s covered on page 2 of Attachment C, Document 254-3.

    You know, I have no doubt SD knows the date.

    Keeping track of a scabillion details can be difficult, even for the best. I’m going to give him the benefit of the doubt. Just an honest mistake. He has to be burning a lot of midnight oil.

    In my own work, I keep track of thousands of files, many of which are very large, some with 100s of thousands of entries. And sometimes when I go back to corralate, update or add new info, I find mistakes, sometimes wrong dates, etc. Not many, but still. And I get very little scheduled sleep. So I’ll give him a break this one.

    Peace

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  10. Austin Holdout says:

    I can’t tell how we know the redactions are covering up Flynn,Jr’s name Is it because of the small part of the second redaction that falls on the next line ie. We’re assuming that’s only big enough to cover “jr”? Sorry if I’m overlooking something obvious.

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  11. old45model says:

    I’ll bet poor old Sundance’s fingers have just about got a mind of their own, after all this typing. Thus the odd typo is bound to surface for the eagle-eyed to pick up on.
    I sympathise with him – my elderly fingers do that to me quite often.

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  12. Jase says:

    A few indictments aren’t enough. The entire Weismann Smear-Fest has to be systematically and publicly torn apart line by line.
    My worry is Barr’s reported friendship with Mueller, who needs this report to be slung around his neck as he is forced to make the long walk into shame and infamy.
    His reputation must be utterly destroyed if the scale of his corruption is to be driven home to the American people.
    Will Barr try to do the right thing by the country, but be stymied by a friendship?
    I very much hope he has asked his wife to find a different Bible class.

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    • Cowpens Sage says:

      The risk is truly that Barr is there to sweep the investigation under the carpet . Its ok American people – these FBI folks were just doing their job . Everything is alright .

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      • Newhere says:

        I don’t think he’d have come back from retirement to play closer on a cover up, even for friends. A lesser man could play that role.

        But let’s say he did, or something like it. The investigation into the investigators is already announced. Maybe it’s more like this: If Barr still has loyalties, maybe it’s more like the role of a hostage negotiator, just trying to help is old “friend” stop making things worse and get out alive (figuratively, not literally). Loyalties don’t dictate that he’d join a crime he had nothing to do with to help others escape accountability. More likely that if loyalties come into play, he’d be more effective in flipping old friends to get bigger fish (Mueller is the front line, but not the biggest fish). Even if Barr cut a deal with Mueller to get others, I’m OK with that. Strategically cutting deals (with admissions of guilt) isn’t the same as a white wash.

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    • Kitty-Kat says:

      “Will Barr try to do the right thing by the country, but be stymied by a friendship?”

      That question boils down to, Is Barr corrupt? If so he will show favoritism, and if not he’ll not let “friendship” interfere with justice.

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  13. RICHARD BILYEW says:

    Sundance, little off topic, but is Don McGahn one of the big leakers? Can you expound on his role actively inside the White House to sabotage and ambush the President with Mueller, Weissmann, and the thug crew? I really think they thought they had the President, even up to the end. They are in shock. I think it has also seriously gummed up Nancy’s plans and made them recalibrate. And of course, if they put their asses to far out there and the indictments on our side start…. oh boy, they’ll really look like duplicit fools.

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      This link is to a letter to Boris Johnson saying that the Obama administration wanted to continue surveillance on President Trump after the inauguration. The British government was agreeing to do the surveillance.

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      • TrumpPatriot says:

        Is this confirmed as legit? How did this come public?

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      • David Peers says:

        Careful. See this link showing the letter to be a fake.

        View at Medium.com

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        • NJ Transplant says:

          I don’t believe that it is fake. Who are these people? We know the British government was part of the spying on the President. We also know the President has been continuously surveilled, along with all his staff.

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          • Sandra-VA says:

            It most certainly is a fake as it contains very obvious factual errors. If you look hard enough you will find them.

            This letter was debunked the minute it surfaced 2 yrs ago.

            I will make it easy for you – from the fake letter and how you can spot it:

            MI6 vs MI5

            Michael vs Christopher

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      • weirdcan88 says:

        Just came across an article on VOAT: <> — a .pdf which echos the excellent research and analysis by Sundance and outlines the British role in all of this, entitled 20190114-british-puppeteers-final.pdf. It seems that there is an ongoing effort to derail our great President. I find it intensely worrisome.

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  14. daniel1335 says:

    “ Confirmation of the authorization to investigate such individuals”, the memorandum stressed, “ does not suggest that the Special Counsel has made a determination that any of them has committed a crime”

    I always thought you “suggest” there is a crime before you start an investigation. Naming the crime beforehand would also be prudent.

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    • ILOT says:

      daniel, I suspect that the operative word “predicate” Mr. Barr used when stating there was spying is key here. Was there or was there not a predicate; as for spying…. “it’s a big deal” so I took this as they better have their arses covered. This is what has them all in a knot; they fear the false premise(s) used to conduct the spying will be uncovered and of course the coup is fully exposed. I can see why they would be freaking out but the wording there is peculiar in that it seems they almost have a conscience (doubtful) or are doing heavy CYA, or both.

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    • Similar thing happened with the Valerie Plame investigation wherein the “honorable straight shooting” investigator in Chicago (and godfather relationship with acting AG/DAG Comey) Comey to this day has yet determined whether a crime was committed (outing a covered operator) through Robert Mueller’s FBI, But after discovering who “outed her” 2 weeks into the investigation, continued the investigation for years hoping to “squeeze” minor figures into giving up something (even if it meant making it up), using process crimes, and even suborning perjury against these minor figures (ie scooter Libby).

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  15. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    This analysis by fearless leader/chief slueth extraordinare Sundance needs to be put in front of Graham.

    Most vitally, AG Barr must act by establishing a group of loyal, hardened, intelligent, investigators to plow this ground for facts. He needs corruption experienced criminal counsel and police investigators, maybe military, to dig down and get all material evidence.

    This has to be exposed and fixed.

    One more thing, Wray has to be fired, if the IG is done with the SOB.

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    • The Boss says:

      I have a feeling Sen. Graham is aware of this material.

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    • Kelly says:

      I fear not a single Congressman is smart enough to understand fully what has gone on. Or worse yet one that would even care. I pray the few who seem interested will pursue justice to the bitter end. I wish Sundance could testify to Congress. He is the only person in America who knows what has happened. Many prayers for our nation right now.

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    • Kelly says:

      I fear not a single Congressman is smart enough to understand fully what has gone on. Or worse yet one that would even care. I pray the few who seem interested will pursue justice to the bitter end. I wish Sundance could testify to Congress. He is the only person in America who knows what has happened. Many prayers for our nation right now.

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      • foggyhorn says:

        It is not just smarts that is needed. It is a tough as nails outlook on fixing this in the face of Great opposition. Remember what Sundance has stated: their are $trillions at stake here for Deep State and Globalists.
        I can think of about a dozen that seem to have those traits including Devin Nunes and Jim Jordan.

        Being a Congressional minority and all that entails in the Committee system, it will hamper their abilities. However, they can still be very influential and make a big difference.

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        • foggyhorn says:

          I do agree that the work Sundance is doing is huge. By providing his research to the right people can give them the knowledge base to ask the right questions which could blow this spygate fiasco open.

          I have a feeling (no first hand knowledge) that Sundance probably has some extensive experience in this type of investigation. He is damn good at it. 🙂

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    • Lindenlee says:

      I bet Gen. Flynn has a bunch of “military intelligence”, as does Adm. Rogers. Patriots both. Would love to see Flynn back in the game, getting some respect and a good salary.

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  16. Cane Hunter says:

    Well here is my sincere hope:
    Trump– knowing he and his campaign were innocent on any allegations of conspiracy with the Russians–correctly labeled this legal effort as a domestic attack on the office of the President.
    Trump would then label all the suspected conspirators as “enemies of the state’– thus allowing the NSA and DOD the legal justification to at least surveil all those involved.

    Hopefully there is someone in our government who is or has combed through all the personal communications– investigated bank accounts — and “wiretapped” the investigators.

    I sincerely hope Trump’s plan is not to raise his hands in victory at the “no collusion no obstruction” outcome and leave it up to the DOJ and Barr to police itself. With the behavior displayed by the entrenched leadership at the DOJ; Trump best do something aggressive or thy will make his life miserable once out of power–they come across as quite spiteful.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      I want to see Mad Max (Rep Waters) GRILLED by Jim Jordan and Company. She has a lot of information that pertains to Soetoro that We, the People, prolly already know/suspect, and it need to all come out. Soetoro is behind all of this at the behest of his One World Order handlers.

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  17. Daniel says:

    This was supposed to be a perpetual coverup operation. This was supposed to cover the entirety of the Trump administration and never allow those who knew anything to speak. The scope was designed to do precisely that. The media’s help in all of that was clear as the expectations where the media and the left kept predicting Trump’s response to anything and everything. Legislation to protect Mueller? Condemning any attempt to remove Sessions? Those were all controls to keep this in place.

    I sincerely hope the scope of the investigations aimed at prosecuting these crimes includes getting relevant data from the NSA databases proving collusion and coordination with media and all else. This is deep and wide. So deep and so wide. Most people want only to see bad individuals but I see an evil collective as this is precisely what they are and what they believe in.

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    • foggyhorn says:

      I agree too.

      The good news is that PDT fired Sessions and hired Barr. If that had not happened, IMO, the Mueller witch hunt would have continued indefinitely.

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      • foggyhorn says:

        Realistically, there was no way for an accurate IG investigation report into FISA abuse without Barr’s appointment….ie PDT and real America would stay in defensive mode with no way of counter attacking the Deep State. There are good signs, IMO.

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      • Newhere says:

        Yes. The only hope was crippling Trump to the point he could not fire Sessions and confirm a new AG. They failed. There will be accountability; and I agree with Daniel — I hope it reaches as wide and goes as deep as this vast operation.

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  18. WSB says:

    If our opponents thought this would exhaust us…they are naive.

    This is dry ice cold anger. No other way to put this.

    I am just glad that these asses decided to consolidate this into one report. Easier to throw at them.

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    • Annie says:

      “If our opponents thought this would exhaust us…they are naive.

      This is dry ice cold anger.”

      I’m not leaving this mess to my children uncorrected, unavenged.

      It can happy the easy way or the hard way, but by God, it’s going to happen, or we lose this country.

      I pray Attorney General Barr has the stomach for it, because that’s the easy way.

      I don’t even want to think about the hard way – but I’ll brew the coffee and roll the bandages for our men, yes I will.

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      • WSB says:

        Agreed, Annie. I have a good mind to call Barr’s office on Monday and request a conversation with him.

        Something must break here…and I would suggest to Barr, not a hot civil war. He holds the keys.

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        • Coast says:

          Don’t count on Barr…and without the DOJ nothing will happen. Barr is way too close to Mueller and Deep State to be the person we need. Another bad pick I’m afraid.

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          • WSB says:

            You and I do not know that yet. Barr has managed to legally balance the chicanery.

            As the President does, we need to reserve the right for each stakeholder to do the correct thing.

            If not, then we act. So far, Barr is on course with that with which he has been dealt..

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            • Coast says:

              I don’t disagree, but Barr upset me with his press conference, for several reasons. My faith in him is very low.

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              • TradeBait says:

                I see your point and agree somewhat. As an example we will soon learn if Barr was soft playing his comments on RM and RR for an important purpose, or if that was a condition of him taking the job of AG. This movie plot narrative some are pushing is requiring people to leave their brains and instincts at the ticket booth. Barr may be a transition piece at AG for the task at hand of disclosing the evil acts and bringing some form of justice, which may not be what we really want to see happen – but PDT agreed to as a condition to remove the blockade as Q posted. After PDT’s re-election he may bring in the “his” AG to reconstruct the DOJ and FBI. This protection by politicians and media talking heads of the FBI’s “rank and file” makes me sick. That org is corrupted throughout. If you understand that it is likely that at least half are Dems or lean Dem, you know they hate PDT. When their leadership has openly flaunted abuse of the laws they are to uphold and use cronyism to its fullest extent – they are right in the middle doing their acts as commanded.

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          • ILOT says:

            I’m going to throw in with Joe diGenova on this one, which directly counters your assessment. That, plus knowing where this all stands at this point in our history the Republic will be lost as a result of inaction. On the nostalgic side I don’t believe Mr. Barr wants to be the 2nd AG recorded in the annals of US history that had a direct hand in allowing this to all transpire on his watch. Weigh that against a friendship of any one you know….

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            • Cam Heck says:

              I have done the same calculation, ILOT, and come to the same conclusion. As Barr said, this situation is unprecedented- and in so many more ways than he was referring to at the time. In the past, the public did not have such widespread access to so many facts as we do now. (God Bless Sundance and all the tenacious reporters!) Thanks to the internet, as facts are uncovered, they are disseminated in real time. If Barr were to attempt to sanitize this by indicting only a few minor players, his legal mind must understand that several million Trump supporters would be inclined to exercise their second amendment rights- which are in place for that very reason. Having said that, it is certainly not a bad idea for anyone and everyone to remind his office of that by any and all means possible, as I have done:

              https://www.justice.gov/doj/webform/your-message-department-justice

              ( There is an option to choose “Messages to the Attorney General” as the general topic.)

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          • Amy2 says:

            Take heart Coast. If Barr were intent on dropping this he would not have added that he was going to look into the spying. I see a no nonsense attorney with a great deal of respect for the law. Did you watch how he handled the press? When they started rephrasing the same question, he was done with them. No nonsense, and no holds “Barred.”

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          • ColtLending says:

            I hope AG Barr demonstats he’s a legit patriot.

            But, I’m also reminded of all the show and no results from Isssa, Gowdy, et.al on a number of significant scandals, albiet less in impact.

            I’m not familiar with the various strengths and weaknesses of the tools at the disposal of the above, but I get the sense they failed us in relation to the accomplishments of those below.

            Until relatively recently Graham was always talking tough on camera, but for the most part, his actions were not in the best interest of the Republic. Recently, he’s stepped up.

            The cup is half full, but that isn’t on account of most in our government.

            It’s on account of Admiral Rodgers, Devin Nunes, Jim Jordan, John Ratcliffe, Juducial Watch, Sundance and some others.

            Up to now it has seemed the investigations were part of the cover-up.

            But what was done to PDJT and many others tangentially mixed up in the whole thing by this corrupt treasonous cabal was and is off the charts a bridge too far.

            IT IS a BIG DEAL. Perhaps, the biggest in US history.

            If AG Barr and others in government and the judiciary allow this assault on the Republic to just fade away with no serious repercussions that leave a permanant mark exceeding the level of the crimes committed (Hanging or Life in prison) it’s the end of the Republic, and likely civil war.

            With the encitement and fecklessness, heck participation by the media, it may be civil war no matter what the result is, cover-up or consequences.

            The only true course is to follow the rule of law and protect the Republic.

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        • foggyhorn says:

          You all (many others too) do some great work here!

          IMO, the initial signs are good that Barr is going after this FISA abuse. Like others have said, the fact that he brought up “spying” in a thoughtful way. Others have made colorful references to Rosenstein’s demeanor at his recent press conference. Apologies in advance, but my thought was that RR was thinking about his balls in glass jar on Barr’s desk & wondering if he would get them back and if they could be surgically re-attached.

          IMO, it is shocking and disheartening to have glimpses of the “Belly of Beast” (use the term generally and not necessarily a Biblical end times reference) and know that our American Government has been part of it. It has bothered me much – made me nearly puke.
          Sundance’s work on Benghazi showed me that our American Government has destabilized Egypt, Libya and Syria at the cost of 100’s of thousands of lives, homes and economies destroyed with apparently No realizable plan beyond: just causing chaos and human suffering. That is darn close to the definition of evil, IMO.

          However, as many here freely share: Our God – Jesus (He is Risen) is All Knowing, Powerful, Loving and Sovereign. None of this shocks Him & forces Him to Plan B. We can always trust Him!

          I have not questioned my trust in God, but I have questioned my past trust in our World & American Media and that our American Government is naturally altruistic, per some God chosen/given purpose for the USA.

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          • foggyhorn says:

            From my limited perspective: the two immediate Key players here are our President Donald Trump (PDT) and AG Barr. They have a lot riding on their shoulders. Either could suddenly die from whatever or be assassinated. Do not think that our Deep State has not thought about it or even made tentative plans.

            We need to pray to our God about their safety and purpose for greater good and Earthly justice.

            I do agree with many here that if not successful, we may soon be in some type of SHTF situation. However, I would advise that it not be openly advertised here. This site, IMO, likely gets attention from bad actors too. Remember our own Alphabet agencies (other’s agencies too) either knows or can identify you per posts without much trouble.

            Stay cool my brothers & sisters that love God and want the best for our Nation and offspring. 🙂

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          • WSB says:

            All true, foggyhorn.

            These dark things can seem overpowering…and then there is hope.

            Like the young cadets I shared Easter Sunday with today at Cadet Chapel. So
            proud of all of them.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        Bandages for our men? MEN? Quite a few of our ‘men’ think they are women, or at least pretend they want to be women. Others are just plain sissies. I’ll help you with those bandages, Annie, for our true men and also the women who are just as determined to help save this country. Pray to God it does not come to that, but know that if it does, He is on our side.

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    • Seneca the Elder says:

      WSB- I have no words for this. It is like looking into the abyss.

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    • Seneca the Elder says:

      WSB- I have no words for this. It is like looking into the abyss.

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  19. Coast says:

    Reading this stuff just makes me want to cry. What a mess.

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    • Bulldog84 says:

      These people are so busted, but it’s impossible to be happy. God help us survive these corrupt institutions.

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      • cboldt says:

        Every time the leaders are “busted”, they get off.

        Anybody prosecuted for spying on MLK? Nope. What we got in the wake of that abuse of power was a legal system that gibve immunity to government actors who abuse the snooping power.

        Anybody prosecuted for torching Waco? Nope. We got a Special Counsel (Danforth) that found the federal government blameless.

        And now we again have the federal government investigating itself. And to top that off, it is personal friend investigating personal friend – no, no conflict there.

        One has to be literally insane to have any trust or faith in the government institutions. They are dishonest.

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  20. penny munday says:

    So what happened between August and October 2017 that would make that Rat include Sessions in the Scope Memo?

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    • penny munday says:

      Ok, so after more coffee/nicotine and ‘what ifs’ I have a few speculations on this question. Why would the SC reopen the investigation on Sessions that was satisfactorily concluded over six months prior? The SC NEEDED an excuse to interview Sessions. Was Sessions supposed to be the linchpin in the obstruction case? If so, that would be the grounds that the investigation wanted to go after the president.

      Sessions was a part of the campaign, transition and administration. He has a reputation as an honorable man. His word would sway an impeachment hearing/indictment. Looks like he gave them bupkis. And in hindsight, the distance between President Trump and his AG was a really, really good thing.

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      • 335blues says:

        History will not be kind
        to Jeff Sessions.

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      • We the people know says:

        Did they try to “Michael Flynn” everybody, including Sessions?
        “So what happened between August and October 2017 that would make the Rat include Sessions in the Scope Memo?”
        Oh, I don’t know, the dirtiest tricks campaign that was going on in the Alabama Special Election? Judge Roy Moore dragged thru the mud.
        The accusations of sexual misconduct playbook? The most overused playbook of them all?
        Anyway, from November 14, 2017
        Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday he has “no reason to doubt” the women who have come forward in recent days to accuse Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican running for his vacated Senate seat, of sexual misconduct.

        Sessions made the remark during his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, after Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee asked him whether he believed Moore’s accusers, whether Moore should be seated in the Senate if he wins the election, and whether Sessions plans to introduce a Justice Department investigation into the allegations.

        Sessions told Jackson Lee he had been instructed by Justice Department ethics advisers to remain uninvolved in the Senate campaign, and said the department “will evaluate every case as to whether or not it should be investigated.”
        https://onappealblog.wordpress.com/2017/11/14/jeff-sessions-says-he-has-no-reason-to-doubt-roy-moores-accusers/

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        • penny munday says:

          I am not defending any of Session’s actions. I just find it very curious that he was included in a Scope Memo and pondered what the motivation would be by the SC. Remember, this is the man that congress vocally supported when whispers of firing were in the MSM.

          As to Judge Moore I don’t have a dog in that fight, but have family members who do and they basically sat home the election that Jones won. Meh, what’s a girl to do?!

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  21. JAS says:

    Any Big Ugly has to start with the following premise: It was always The Wisessmann Show.

    They used Mueller as the front man to add a measure of credibility so they could hide the real reason for the SC.

    Look at it this way. The fact is, players involved in the Russian hoax since the beginning were also involved directly in the SC (Strozk / Page). They KNEW from the git go that this Russian collusion bull crap was a dead end.

    Hence, investigating Russian collusion was never the purpose of the SC, that was just the facade – think Hollywood western movie town main street. If Russian collusion was the only reason to create the SC, then it follows that Part II of the Mueller report would have never been written. The SC was always about Part II.

    That is my take on it. Releasing Part II made it so conclusively obvious it is just laughable.

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    • cboldt says:

      Weissmann is just the hatchet man. He is the tip of the DOJ spear aimed to take out an innocent. He is not the most diabolical. Weissmann does nothing without Rosenstein, Comey and Mueller.

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      • JAS says:

        Agreed. But he WAS the man given unlimited power and he used it to really hurt some people badly in his ultimate quest to get to POTUS.

        And now most conveniently he is on the lam, having left the DOJ immediately after the gig was up – Barr shut him down…. And now therefore beyond the powers of say an IG investigation.

        Sidney Powell describes him best:

        “Powell said she predicts the report will not be fair in one way or another to Trump, noting that Weissmann allegedly attended Hillary Clinton’s “victory party” in Manhattan on Election Night 2016.

        “Andrew Weissmann could write a report about you giving your mother a nice Christmas present — and make it sound like a federal criminal offense,” she said.

        She said Weissmann is a “master manipulator of the media” as well.”

        https://insider.foxnews.com/2019/01/25/mark-levin-sidney-powell-life-liberty-levin-about-mueller-man-andrew-weissmann

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    • Santiago1314 says:

      Agreed about Mueller… He was just there to “Launder” the Final Weismann Report; just like Steele was used to “Launder” the Blumenthal/Shearer Dossier.

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  22. Bulldog84 says:

    Excellent detective work. This is what a real investigation looks like.

    Can Sundance share this with someone who can do something about it?

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    • Coast says:

      The only entity that can do “something” is the DOJ. Their purpose is to keep the government lawful.

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      • Coast – you are correct. SD “strikes” again with common sense, research and analysis. I should have saved my previous comment below to this thread:

        “Fortunately (or unfortunately) everything imho is dependent on AG Barr’s action or inaction.
        PDJT firing Coates and Wray might clear the deck for AG Barr.
        Perhaps someday these United States will become united again.”

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  23. Glen B says:

    I don’t think the redacted version says Michael Flynn Jr. I think it likely says Donald Trump Jr. The surnames are listed in alphabetical order so Trump would fit. Flynn would not.

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  24. Old LLady says:

    Sundance’s goofball picture of Wray comes to mind frequently. Do we need an FBI?

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      • foggyhorn says:

        Realistically per the USA’s size in the World, we do need some type of Federal Agency that can assist State and Local Law Enforcement and also deal with outside threats to our Nation. IMO, one of the big problems is that the FBI (as an organization) has looked the other way, while technology was delivered to likely future enemies for political gain, etc.

        Some questions/thoughts i have:
        1. Can the FBI, CIA, the US State Department, etc be reformed so they actually uphold their oaths to defend the US Constitution or do we need to go through and extensive process of firing thousands of employees & starting over. That is a BIG Deal & equally Big Job.
        2. Some people here have made Barr’s patriotic litmus test that he not only deals with the principle actors of Spygate, but that he also roots out deeper suspect agents within our Federal Government. I caution people to understand their own proposed scope of reform. IMO, some level of meat cleaver approach is needed to eliminate corruption established mainly under Dim Administrations, but realistically there are legal limits to any reforms or dissolution of Agencies, etc.
        3. If Spygate and some other recent scandals are investigated with big legal repercussion to the actors, it will have some future restraining affect on our massive Federal system & the willingness of corrupt partisan types to put their butts on the line for “traitorous political actions”.
        4. Do not expect that anyone…. besides our Great God can completely reform a Government that mirrors His justice. People will never get it totally right, although I think our Founding Fathers had near divine insight into the depravity of mankind and impact upon Government of the people, thus our US Constitution. They also knew that even the US Constitution was not Fool proof.
        5. Bottom line, understand and support what is right in our Nation per your abilities. That said, do Not fall for the Socialist mantra that perfect justice and Utopia can be established in the USA or anywhere on Earth by our efforts. Only our God can do that.

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  25. Git-R-Done says:

    Despite his obvious complicity and apparent leadership in the coup attempt Barr is about to let Rosey retire quietly on full government pension. SWAMP creatures protect each other, always have and always will. Rosey will probably even write a book and make millions off his crimes.

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    • The Boss says:

      I’m not sure that’s the case. At Barr’s press conference Thursday AM, RR looked like he was doing all he could not to projectile vomit on the media. I can tell you I never looked that way when I was heading into retirement.

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      • kyblue says:

        I believe PT may well have had The Talk with RR months ago about the time Rosy was going to leave the DOJ. Rosy stayed on. Then AG Barr ‘persuaded’ Rosenstein to stay on for awhile longer. The President & the AG know the little rat was involved in the coup. And RR might well be a squealer.
        Who knows what maneuvers are going on behind the scenes.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      Bullshit Rottenstein must be held accountable. Lethal injection preferably.Firing squad better. hanging to civil.

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  26. Ned Zeppelin says:

    Happy Easter! Still reading the report, but as to collusion, is it me or does it simply rehash the Treasonous Subversives party line of lo these many months, followed by various ways of saying “however there was no evidence this was true,” leaving off times the tantalizing suggestion that the evidence might be there but gee they just couldn’t find it.

    40,000 feet: Mueller and Weissmann have put all of their cards on the table, and the opportunity to explain away what will soon be clearly visible lies is in the rear view mirror. Perfect time for the counter move to bring out the real facts and I think that is coming.

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  27. Bogeyfree says:

    Getting this information to Congress is one thing and will help but getting this directly in the hands of Barr, Horowitz, PT, Don Jr., Seculow, Rudy and Mulvaney is a must as well.

    I would also recommend a conference call between Sundance, Bongino, Rush, Hannity, Tucker, Powell, Soloman, Carter and a few others so all of this corruption and detail that Sundance is uncovering is coordinated by our main conservative talking voices.

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  28. Kristin DeBacco says:

    Infuriating. How do we set all this right?
    Thank you Sundance. Thank you. Your efforts are appreciated.
    Have a Blessed Easter.

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  29. Could the longer box have been Eric and Donald Trump Jr or Ivanka and Jared Kushner?

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  31. Bubby says:

    Sundance has copied General Flynn on this tweet. I hope General Flynn gives this to Judge Emmet G. Sullivan and changes his plea due to prosecutorial misconduct! But I’m not a lawyer. Thank you Sundance and Godspeed!

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  32. Gary Lacey says:

    Why is Rosenstein’s name everywhere in connection with the so-called Russian collusion or…..the coup de tat?

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  33. 335blues says:

    ABUSE OF POWER UNDER COLOR OF AUTHORITY.
    Sedition, treason, perjury, outright framing of citizens for crimes in pursuit of a political outcome.
    And, with respect, I disagree. There is no ‘soft coup’.
    Whether shots are fired or not, the outcome would be the same.
    This is a failed coup d’etat, and the conspirators are guilty of sedition, treason, and
    plotting to bring down a legally elected government.
    In addition, they have carelessly, and without remorse, ruined the lives of
    hundreds of citizens and their families.
    The sentences are proscribed by law if and when found guilty by a court of law.
    Let it be so, and may the LORD have mercy on their souls.

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  34. Carrie says:

    This is why Barr kept Rosenstein around I bet. He looked like a rat furtively looking around at the Barr press conference until he parked himself into “droid” mode and froze onstage. Man, there is a special place in the Inferno for him. Disgusting.

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  35. Forget about locking up the Hag from Hell. If it had to be a choice I would string up Weissman by his balls. ALL of these FBI, CIA thugs should be frog marched to the nearest prison. If these Nazis are allowed to skate it is really the end of our Country.

    They are just too evil and powerful to be allowed to continue what they’ve doing.

    This is not the end by any means. The Weissman report is just another part of the ongoing coup.

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  36. This whole episode is thoroughly disgusting. Now that the granular details are being revealed, the motivations of the individuals involved become even more clear.

    The entire apparatus of the FBI, DOJ and Intelligence Community during the length of this scandalous episode effectively became an animate embodiment of the malice of the principals involved – President Obama and Candidate Clinton. I envision the animate embodiment as being like the id monster in the movie Forbidden Planet – all the individuals involved at the FBI and other agencies acted as if they were the literal embodiment of the malice of President Obama and Candidate Clinton. A “malice monster” if you will.

    Viewed from the perspective of President Obama, the malice monster that the FBI, DOJ and IC became sought to remove in a coup an outsider not subject to Washington insider control. These doofusses would never say it, but they obviously feared that an unsullied President like President Trump entering office represented an existential threat to their mocha messiah President Obama. Thus President Trump at no time must be allowed to exercise unhindered control over federal law enforcement.

    Perhaps the best exemplar of an individual acting out the malice of President Obama was Sally Yates. Viewed in retrospect, she is just another flighty, ditzy female who became enamored of the charisma of a criminal and threw her career away in an emotion-driven effort to do his bidding. Sally Yates meet Lynne Stewart — your sjw “patron saint”.

    Viewed from the perspective of Candidate Clinton the malice monster collectively represented by the SC, FBI, DOJ and Intelligence Community acted as if it had two motivations – one practical and the other emotional, sadistic and crazy.

    The practical goal of the malice monster was to discredit any reveal of past wrongdoing on the part of Candidate Clinton as merely being the result of a treasonous/misogynistic conspiracy to keep a righteous woman out of the Oval Office. The id monster has absolutely no concern for the magnitude of Candidate Clinton’s past crimes – however treasonous they may have been – the only thing the malice monster knows is that Candidate Clinton must be protected at all costs.

    This aspect of the malice monster was best embodied by the news media who acted as breathless acolytes who flacked any Russian Collusion however fanciful.

    The emotional, sadistic and crazy goal of the malice monster acting on behalf of Candidate Clinton
    sought to punish President Trump and his supporters on multiple levels. Perhaps the most fundamental way it sought to punish President Trump is to just deny him the enjoyment of a victory and the personal satisfaction derived from selfless public service. Sore loserdom taken to eleven if you will. The sadistic and crazy goal of the malice monster was to go all medieval on a select few – those who helped President Trump win (Manafort); those who were viewed as traitors to the deep state (Flynn); and those who assisted President Trump in the media – (Corsi and Stone).

    No one has to guess who best embodied this aspect of the malice monster – Andrew Weissman. Weissman acted as the literal exemplar of the lawyer described by Our Lord – heaping burdens on others that he himself would never agree to carry.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Good piece.

      While reading through it, something struck me.

      Every bit of the Malice monster sounds like something
      a deranged, jilted, female would do. Is Weissman channeling
      his feminine side? Or, did he run every step of this past
      Hillary. She is one I would consider as the ultimate example of
      a vengeful, deranged female from hell. Val Jar would be the
      other one.

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        I don’t know about the “female” aspect of this. Plenty of males come to mind when it comes to petty, underhanded, bitter, conniving, corrupt, lying, greedy amoral control freaks. Think Schiff, Romney, Strzok, Nadler, the dead Senator, and the list goes on…

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  37. waicool says:

    Happy Easter Sundance/Treepers!!! i took a walk from the treehouse just today and found another nice hangout to visit on my truth walks…chaletbooks dot com forward slash chaletreports parts A thru ?

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  38. franuche says:

    What these continued revelations highlight for me is that for President Trump, and for patriotic Americans, and indeed for America itself, the most crucial issue is not the economy, not our trade imbalance, not even securing of the border, but rather DRAINING THE SWAMP.

    All federal agencies. All their leadership. All bureaucratic parasites and their support structures.

    The most important thing Trump can do is to swing his axe wide and clean the damned house of all its rot. For every reason and for no reason at all, except to end their orgy of excess, power, and influence.

    In retrospect, after learning just how corrupt all of our federal agencies are, we hired Trump because we believed he would FIRE PEOPLE – A LOT OF PEOPLE.

    I don’t give a damn about Jared and his plans for a peace treaty in the Middle East. I don’t give a damn about Ivanka’s plan for women getting better business opportunities. I don’t give a damn about the Keystone Pipeline. I don’t give a damn about North Korea. None of that matters if the Swamp remains intact, strangling our lives and liberty from within.

    If Trump fails at this, then he fails as a President.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      Agree, this IS the line in the sand for this country.

      Either justice and the rule of law is upheld here and now or nothing else will matter including this Republic.

      PT MUST understand he, we, this Republic ends if he does not act aggressively to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law those who conspired to over throw a duly elected President.

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  39. Publius2016 says:

    AG Barr said it very clearly: Special Counsel wrote the memo for me…there is no more Special Counsel, understand?

    AG Sessions was the mole, plant, and traitor…

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  40. Why hasn’t Rosenstein Remove yet,
    He is a paranoia snake,

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  41. TomA says:

    What started as devious political opposition research, evolved into an illegal CIA/DOJ/FBI campaign to prevent Trump’s election, and then morphed into a full-fledged coup to remove Trump from office by any means necessary. This was implemented by dozens of senior Obama Administration officials with the aid of numerous Executive Branch personnel. Brennan, Lynch, and Comey each personally oversaw various elements of this criminal enterprise. And each of these departments was weaponized by the infiltration of political operatives and corrupt civil servants into senior management positions. The criminality that arose within these seminal law enforcement institutions cannot be overstated.

    The Mueller SC investigation was, first-and-foremost, an extension of the ongoing coup, and their primary task was to goad Trump into firing either Rosenstein or Mueller. This was their best shot at instigating an impeachment with some hope of success, as dozens of GOPe were waiting in the wings to support impeachment if Trump had taken the bait and fired either of them. As time passed, and Trump still had fired Mueller, they became more desperate in their outrageous overreach in order to motivate a firing. They used Gestapo tactics against Manafort and Stone by scaring their wifes half-to-death rousting them out of bed before dawn at gunpoint and throwing them out onto the street. This was not only cowardly and despicable, but solely intended to piss off Trump into the act of firing Mueller.

    It’s time for Barr to right this wrong. If he fails to do so, it will be up to the citizens of this country to march on Washington DC and stay until real justice is pursued.

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    • Dixie says:

      The more of this thread I read, the sicker I feel.

      Liked by 2 people

      • cboldt says:

        Wait ’til we find out that what was done was not illegal.

        The Sedition laws all hinge on advocating violence. It is not illegal for the government to lie to the people. It may be an abuse of power, but abuse of power is not a crime. Misleading the people ois obviously not criminal, even when that misleading is caluclated to affect the outcome of an election.

        The government is a cancer on the republic.

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  42. d says:

    Never trusted a cop, but it’s clear that you can NEVER, under NO circumstances EVER say one word to a federal agent, even if you are trying to help. They are all corrupt. No such thing as good “rank and file”. They all get on a power trip as soon as they get their badge. They all think they are better than us. They all think they know what’s best for the country and they would all throw any one of us in prison if it means they get to keep their job. They would all break the law in a heartbeat if they are told to do so by their bosses. Sickening stuff.

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  43. Bogeyfree says:

    As Sundance uncovers more and more of this Mueller fraud, I would recommend he add to his list of 8 items PT should declassify and share with the American people this as well.

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/3743524/posts?page=1

    It’s the article on Binney telling about the Mueller Russia hacking of the DNC server fraud and also the the government is sitting on 15 documents or 32 pages of Communications with Seth Rich, Jullian Assange and others in it.

    PT really needs to bring together and listens to these whistleblowers like Binney.

    PT where are the following??

    1) NSA Server

    2) HRC Server

    3) Wiener Laptop

    4) 47 Hard drives turned into FBI by Montgomery

    5) Second scope document from Rosenstein

    6) all Communications between Rosenstein, McCabe, Mueller, Weismann, Wray and Comey

    7) 32 pages of Seth Rich and Jullian Assange Communications

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    • Papoose says:

      8) the clandestine meeting on AG Loretta Lynch’s plane with Candidate Clinton’s husband in Phoenix and her call for a bloody revolution in March 2017:

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      • We the people know says:

        “Bloody revolution or assassination?
        “We’ve done it before, we can do it again.”

        Loretta Lynch and Susan Rice went to the same School of Sincere Lying, where they learned that body language, tone and feigned sincerity can be used to hoodwink people into believing the most audacious lies imaginable.

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    • We the people know says:

      8) The videotapes that the FBI seized from Jeffrey Epstein’s residences.

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  44. k4jjj says:

    I have advocated earlier for all of these people to be hanged. I now believe they should be punished so completely, they wake up every day wishing they were dead. Make them live nightmares far worse than the nightmares they imposed on so many others…. LONG imprisonment…Stripped of all cash and assets…Stripped of any royalties from book sales… Lose their homes…. Lose their pensions… Disbarred….Public humiliation.

    The most appropriate punishment is they face the reality history will always record them as traitors who tried to overthrow the electoral will of the American people and their government. They tried to frame innocent people as traitors. Let them be revealed THEMSELVES eternally as traitors.

    We still remember the long-dead Benedict Arnold for his treasonous infamy. This is the appropriate legacy for all of these arrogant and sadistic S.O.B.’s There will be no place they can go to hide or erase their stain. Even their ultimate deaths will not mitigate their treason. Our founders would all nod approval to such punishment.

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    • Eddie Murphy in Trading Places: If you want to get back at rich people you take away their money.
      I agree. Do to them what they’ve done to others: strip them of all assets, threaten to put their close family members in jail for life, humiliate them in the court of public opinion. Rosenstein, Mueller, Strzok, Page, Clapper, Brennan … all of them are the very definition of dirty cops.
      We are supposed to be a nation of people that can agree to disagree and do so with civil discourse. What they did was treasonous sedition. They thought themselves superior to the 60 million or so people that voted for PDJT and tried a coup against a duly elected President. I am furious and take their plot seriously and personally.
      I hope they all rot in hell.

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  45. getfitnow says:

    Clarice – Brilliant and to the point!

    FTA – Despite the oceans of pixels, buckets of ink, and hours of TV and radio coverage respecting the Mueller report, there are two important things underplayed or ignored: the ubiquitous nature of Russian interference from 2014 on, which Obama ignored, and the real target of the witch hunt — General Michael Flynn (and why). To get there, let’s first quickly review the pre- and post- report major media coverage.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/04/things_the_media_ignored_in_the_mueller_report.html

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  46. John-Y128 says:

    Second Scope, what BS – How is it that RR is even still alive?

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  47. timothy says:

    God bless you, Sundance.

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  48. Max De says:

    What is puzzling is why the need for the 2nd scope memo expanding the reach of the 1st memo. It would seem the first would have general language that would allow the investigation to reach Flynn, Jr. since it appears his role in this is sufficiently intertwined with his father to allow the SC to expand to Flynn Jr. without an additional authorization. We need to see both memos in their entirety and the scope memos should be part of Trump’s declassification and release of spygate docs.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      My guess is to cover their tracks from earlier possibly illegal spying.

      The scope document connects dots and makes all earlier actions “in bounds”

      A full audit by PT from 2012-2016 of the NSA database, who had access, who was quieted, what info collected, etc. would show plenty IMO.

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      • Max De says:

        I agree that the memos are there to allow them to cover up past illegality. With that said, then why didn’t the first memo sufficiently cover the need to squeeze/investigate flynn, jr.? Maybe the second memo was like a piece of pork attached to legislation to allow it these clowns o clean up more crimes than originally intended.

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  49. Bubby says:

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/04/things_the_media_ignored_in_the_mueller_report.html

    FTA “because Flynn riled the intelligence community by criticizing in 2012 the CIA backing for the Sunni rebels fighting Assad, the basis for Trump’s claim that Obama had created ISIS:
    As Clapper knows, Trump was exactly correct, although Trump didn’t quite spell out how the Obama administration had aided the formation of ISIS. For that he needs Flynn. Flynn was the only head of a major U.S. intelligence agency who knew just how badly the CIA had bungled, who had done what to whom, and where the bodies were buried. He was the broom with which Trump proposed to clean house. I am convinced that the Deep State put the finger on Flynn and tried to frame Trump, in the belief that the best defense is a good offense….Flynn was bankrupted by Mueller at the urging of the intelligence community, led by Brennan and Clapper… If the proper authorities turn over the CIA’s rock and examine its underside, the result will be the exposure of an intelligence failure of galactic proportions. The CIA channeled Saudi money into al-Qaeda fronts in Syria and helped move a large part of the late Col. Qaddafi’s massive arsenal to Syria. The jihadists backed by the CIA eventually formed a good deal of ISIS. Heads would roll at CIA. And when I say “proper authorities,” I mean Gen. Flynn in his capacity as National Security Adviser, a job in which he lasted a month before the Deep State set him up and persuaded President Trump to fire him…. The Benghazi incident never explained why the ambassador was in that consulate that night after complaining about security. What was going on? As part of a revived Hillary Clinton investigation, we might find out.”

    Sundance explains exactly how they did it, the above explains exactly why they did it. My guess is Brennan and Clapper were told by obama to do it. I have no proof but those two weasels are too stupid to do something like that all on their own. IMHO.

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    • Remember…we weren’t even supposed to know that the cia was in Benghazi, let alone the fact that we were trying to recover wayward SAMs and then shipping them to Syria through Turkey…an act that wasn’t authorized by Congress…Iran contra like???

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