List of Documents for Declassification and Public Release…

♦ President Trump can prove the July 31st, 2016, Crossfire Hurricane counterintelligence operation originated from a scheme within the intelligence apparatus by exposing the preceding CIA operation that created the originating “Electronic Communication” memo. Declassify that two-page “EC” document that Brennan gave to Comey.  [The trail is found within the Weissmann report and the use of Alexander Downer – SEE HERE]

♦ Release and declassify all of the Comey memos that document the investigative steps taken by the FBI as an outcome of the operation coordinated by CIA Director John Brennan in early 2016.  [The trail was memorialized by James Comey – SEE HERE]

♦ Reveal the November 2015 through April 2016 FISA-702 search query abuse by declassifying the April 2017 court opinion written by FISC Presiding Judge Rosemary Collyer. Show the FBI contractors behind the 85% fraudulent search queries. [Crowdstrike? Fusion-GPS? Nellie Ohr? Daniel Richman?]  This was a weaponized surveillance and domestic political spying operation. [The trail was laid down in specific detail by Judge Collyer – SEE HERE]

♦ Subpoena former DOJ-NSD (National Security Division) head John Carlin, or haul him in front of a grand jury, and get his testimony about why he hid the abuse from the FISA court in October 2016; why the DOJ-NSD rushed the Carter Page application to beat NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers to the FISA court; and why Carlin quit immediately thereafter.

♦ Prove the Carter Page FISA application (October 2016) was fraudulent and based on deceptions to the FISA Court. Declassify the entire document, and release the transcripts of those who signed the application(s); and/or depose those who have not yet testified. The creation of the Steele Dossier was the cover-up operation. [SEE HERE]

♦ Release all of the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages without redactions. Let sunlight pour in on the actual conversation(s) that were taking place when Crossfire Hurricane (July ’16) and the FISA Application (Oct ’16) were taking place.  The current redactions were made by the people who weaponized the intelligence system for political surveillance and spy operation.  This is why Page and Strzok texts are redacted!

♦ Release all of Bruce Ohr 302’s, FBI notes from interviews and debriefing sessions, and other relevant documents associated with the interviews of Bruce Ohr and his internal communications. Including exculpatory evidence that Bruce Ohr may have shared with FBI Agent Joseph Pientka. [And get a deposition from this Pientka fella] Bruce Ohr is the courier, carrying information from those outside to those on the inside.

♦ Release the August 2nd, 2017, two-page scope memo provided by DAG Rod Rosenstein to special counsel Robert Mueller to advance the fraudulent Trump investigation, and initiate the more purposeful obstruction of justice investigation. Also Release the October 20th, 2017, second scope memo recently discovered.  The Scope Memos are keys to unlocking the underlying spy/surveillance cover-up. [SEE HERE and SEE HERE]

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239 Responses to List of Documents for Declassification and Public Release…

  1. Pristach says:

    House Intel report says, “…of a FBI enterprise counterintelligence investigation…”
    The use of the word “enterprise” has a very specific meaning in a FBI/investigation context. Look up “enterprise theory of investigation”

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    • Sherri Young says:

      This may be the origin of the name Crossfire Hurricane.

      Law Enforcement Case Management Software

      X-FIRE Case Management Software Logo Effectively Manage Investigations™

      X-FIRE™ (pronounced “crossfire”) is Agnovi’s best-in-class investigative case management software for law enforcement and police. Designed with the investigator in mind, X-FIRE is the top tool available to support major investigations—from initial incident to court disclosure.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Jederman says:

        This sounds similar to the old INSLAW PROMIS “case management” software that the great FBI hero Robert Hanson sold (a bootleg copy) to the RU mafia.

        From there no doubt numerous bootleg copies were spread around. It’s an excellent tool to track terrorists but the incredible information awareness it provides is too tempting for the unethical.

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  2. TradeBait says:

    The show is about the begin. Everybody take your seats.

    Thanks again, sundance.

    Liked by 6 people

  3. dwpender says:

    I applaud Sundance for making this an independent, standalone post. I note also that Sundance does not say “declassify” in dribs and drabs, or after this or that, or at some future, circumstance-driven time (e.g., after IG, after Barr investigations, in the leadup to 2020 election, etc). I fervently hope POTUS and his top people heed Sundance’s plea. NOW is the time.

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  4. L. E. Joiner says:

    Add to the list:

    • Hire Sundance as expert consultant to the prosecution of the conspiracy. /LEJ

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Jose says:

    great list, I would also add release any and all unmasking requests by Obama officials

    Liked by 2 people

  6. roddrepub says:

    The truth is going to come out! Get ready!


  7. thedoc00 says:

    Would also like to see the following in support of this release:
    – The entire list of FBI and INTEL subcontractors who made the 702 queries. Names and corporate affiliations.
    – The entire list of declassification and document destruction certificates related to X-Fire Hurricane. Obama and Clinton operatives walked away with tons of “declassified” data.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      One more I forgot:
      – The signed acknowledgement certificates for every security briefing session given to Obama and Clinton operatives. This will show the leakers and coup supporters knew they were breaking the law.
      – The US Form 86, security clearance application, for every operative and contractor involved in the X-Fire Hurricane.

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  8. Battleship Wisconsin says:

    The best defense is a good offense. If those who perpetrated Spygate are to successfully defend themselves, both politically and legally, they must stay on the offense and continue pushing Russia collusion and obstruction of justice with as much vigor as they had been before the Mueller Report was released.

    Sally Yates stayed on the offense over the weekend on Meet the Press. She is completely confident she will never be called to account for her role in Spygate. Hillary Clinton said last week that the Mueller Report all by itself has enough evidence against President Trump to bring criminal indictments against him on multiple counts. Sally Yates said the same thing on Sunday. Like Yates, Clinton is staying on the offense and is completely confident she will never be called to account for her crimes.

    In the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi and her Gang of Three — Schiff, Nadler, and Cummings — will be talking impeachment for another twelve months. But they won’t actually report a bill of impeachment out of committee. Because to engage in a contentious, highly partisan debate over articles of impeachment on the floor of the House of Representatives would be to commit political suicide.

    Declassifying and releasing the Spygate documents isn’t necessarily a defining moment all by itself. With the media’s assistance, the Spygate perps will be painting themselves as victims of Trump’s persecution for doing their jobs in protecting the nation from Russian interference. In the Congress, the act of releasing the documents will itself be painted as an attack on America’s legal institutions and as grounds for further charges of obstruction of justice.

    An epic political showdown, a political Battle of Cannae if you will, is needed to focus the public’s attention on the essential facts of Spygate. A highly contentious debate taking place on the floor of the House of Representatives concerning articles of impeachment could be just the ticket for making it happen.

    How can Republicans call Nancy Pelosi’s bluff? How can the Democrats be forced to commit political suicide by engaging in a contentious debate concerning articles of impeachment on the floor of the House of Representatives?

    One strategy might be for the Republicans to identify which articles of impeachment already filed with the House Judiciary committee might become fodder for a knockdown, drag out fight on the House floor. As an alternative, the Republicans could draft articles of impeachment which closely mirror what President Trump’s most vicious critics might write themselves and then submit those articles to the House Judiciary Committee as a bill.

    If House Democrats refuse to debate the bill in committee and then vote to release its articles of impeachment for a floor vote, the Republicans can file a discharge petition, forcing a floor vote on discharge to be taken. If the discharge petition is approved by majority House vote, the bill of impeachment is then released to the House floor for general debate.

    A floor vote on forcing the discharge of a bill of impeachment from the Judiciary Committee puts House Democrats in much the same bind they would be in if a final up/down vote was being taken on the articles of impeachment themselves. (A caveat here. This tactic works only if all House Republicans vote for discharge.)

    If everything Democrats say about President Trump’s alleged crimes is true; if as Hillary Clinton says, the Mueller Report by itself contains enough evidence to bring criminal indictments against President Trump, then Democrats have little choice but to discharge the bill of impeachment from committee.

    Why must Democrats vote to discharge the bill? Because if House Democrats refuse to back a discharge petition, right then and there the charges against President Trump are demonstrated to be false. And worse for the Democrats, their refusal to debate the merits of impeachment demonstrates that their talk is only a political tactic for destroying the president.

    What if a bill of impeachment is either released or is forcibly discharged from the House Judiciary Committee and actually does go to the House floor for general debate?

    At that point, all hell breaks loose as everything that happened with Spygate becomes fair game for a highly focused partisan debate. The mainstream media would have no other choice but to cover the whole spectacle in all its gory detail.

    That’s just for starters. What might happen next after a contentious debate on the House floor over articles of impeachment — a debate where everything related to Spygate has been revealed and fully exposed?

    For a second time, the Democrats have been placed into an impossible position.

    If they don’t vote for impeachment, then for yet a second time, the charges against President Trump are demonstrated to be false. And worse, a no vote on their part shows the Democrats are pushing impeachment only as a political tactic for removing the president from office and reversing the 2016 election.

    But if the House Democrats do vote for impeachment, forcing a trial in the Senate, then they’ve voted for a second time to commit political suicide. In a subsequent trial in the Senate, and for yet a third time, everything that happened with Spygate becomes fair game for a highly-charged, intensely focused partisan debate.

    After President Trump has been acquitted in the Senate and extensive political damage has been done to the Democrats, what will Nancy Pelosi, her Gang of Three, and Chuck Schumer be saying about what happened? Not much, probably.

    All this said, it’s time for a reality check.

    Forcing the Democrats into an impossible position has much to recommend it. But what happens if they refuse to play ball? How could the House Republicans possibly justify submitting their own articles of impeachment without being accused of pulling a huge political stunt?

    The justification is that the nation’s most important business is being held up by the question of impeachment. Unless the question is resolved quickly one way or the other, then no progress will be made in addressing the country’s other major problems.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The president’s offensive needs to drain the Republican Swamp as well. There are allot of them who participated or had intimate knowledge of the operation while sitting on their hands hoping it prevails.

      Over the weekend I received my Republican party survey and donation form from the RNC. It sits torn in half in the shred trash as these A-Holes could not even spring for a stamp on the return envelope. That is the level of disgust I have with them, that I will not even waste a postal stamp.

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      • Battleship Wisconsin says:

        Patience, Will Robinson, patience. First things first. One swamp at a time. Attempting it all at once is a bridge too far. Before the Republican Swamp can become a target, progress must first be shown in draining some good portion of the DC Swamp as a whole. With any luck, most of those inhabiting the Republican Swamp will get the message.

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        • gregc77 says:

          You obviously know more about the inner workings of these things than I do, but it seems to me that your very interesting proposal above is a kind of shoot the moon strategy, many of the consequences of which are impossible to know with any certainty. We have not seen the Trump team go that route, it seems to me, to this point in what has been a long, drawn out process.

          They seem not to be inclined to throw roundhouses and have done exceedingly well thus far with jabs, feints, the occasional body blow, and remarkable patience. The death by a thousand cuts has worked pretty well for them so far. I expect that is more like what we are going to see going forward.

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          • Battleship Wisconsin says:

            gregc77, those are good points. Another question becomes important in thinking about what President Trump’s near-term strategy for managing Spygate should be.

            Is draining the whole swamp of spy-gators, not just a few parts of it, essential to successfully defending the MAGA Revolution in the president’s first term?

            Or, for a variety of reasons, is dealing with the spy-gators a task best done in a step-by-step fashion with final victory being achieved at some point in the president’s second term, assuming there will be one?

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            • gregc77 says:

              Yes. I think that’s key. Everything has to be approached with an eye toward reassuring reelection, without which ALL of MAGA will go for naught. Another 4 years of what we are seeing may be enough to reverse more or less permanently the pessimism that was instilled by the Culture of Death over the course of the past 50 years.

              Put differently, this is entirely about the effort to relegate Christendom to the periphery of our culture, much as has been done in Europe by a century of nihilism that included two world wars. A less virulent but still lethal strain has infected us here and is hard at work in the Vatican. Trump has stood athwart that history and yelled, “Stop!”, and more and more of us are taking up the banner and participating in what has become a kind of resurrection of a culture dominated by faith and by a longing for the good, the true, and the beautiful. That culture was previously presumed dead by most of us.

              When I look at Trump, incidentally, I see a man who, consciously or not, is steeped in faith and who has moved mountains as a result. Meanwhile, none of us should underestimate the influence of our own prayers in all of this.

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        • says:

          There is only one swamp. If Rs are exposed along with the Ds I’m fine with that. Any trace of party loyalty or partisanship and the media will leap to the target’s defense and bring victimization claims. Let the chips fall where they may.


    • Sherri Young says:

      Getting an impeachment might work very well if we did not have Mitt and Mitch in the Senate. McSally is an unknown quantity. Angus King, Lisa Murkowski, Richard Burr, and Susan Collins could be problematic too.

      Mitt might lobby his fellow senators successfully, especially the new ones such as McSally, and find enough votes to convict Donald Trump. A lot would depend on if the Swamp can put on a good enough circus to sway perceptions among the voters back home.

      My advice: Don’t go there, especially when the conservatives are already surrounded in the Swamp.

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      • yy4u says:

        I agree with Sherri Young. The Uniparty protects its own. Why do you think Mitt and McSally are there? Murkowski? Look at those three. Mitt came in second in a three way primary. The first place finisher didn’t have a big enough win to keep the establishment from running a two way race which, of course, Romney won. Even in a state he doesn’t live in and so far as I know has never lived in. He was born in Michigan, governed in Massachusetts. He probably has a house in Utah. He also has a house in California. Why didn’t he run for the Senate in California? Because he knew he couldn’t win there. That should tell Utahans what he thinks of them. Too dumb to know he has no intention of representing anyone or anything but THE SWAMP.

        Murkowski lost her Senate primary a decade or so ago, so ran as an Independent. My guess is Alaskan Democrats knew the Dem couldn’t win so crossed over to be sure she did.

        McSally was the establishment candidate over Kelli Ward. She lost to a pluperfect idiot in a pink tutu. No problem. The Establishment appointed her to take McCain’s seat anyway. So there she is. A second McCain in the Senate.

        No way would these not jump ship to get rid of Trump. They’re as much invested in maintaining the Swamp as any of the alligators who launched this investigation into Trump. DO NOT GO THE IMPEACHMENT ROUTE. It’s what they’re there for. To take Trump (and therefore us) out if they can, to thwart him if they can’t take him out.

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      • Battleship Wisconsin says:

        Sherri Young, no one should be too worried if the House of Representatives impeaches Donald Trump and a trial is held in the Senate. And whether the president is impeached at all, and a subsequent trial is held in the Senate, depends in large part on how willing the Democrats are to commit political suicide.

        The goal of the strategy I described in my first comment is to force the Democrats to walk their talk of impeachment. There are risks to this strategy, certainly, the most damaging of which might be the risk that House Republicans wouldn’t present a united front in using a discharge petition to force a bill of impeachment out of the House Judiciary Committee for a general floor debate.

        In any case, revelations concerning what happened with Spygate that had already come out in the previous House floor debate over the articles of impeachment would ensure that any Senate Republican from a state like Utah who voted to remove the president would be committing political suicide along with the Democrats.

        Not to say that Mitt Romney wouldn’t succumb to his vast ambitions for becoming president and vote for impeachment in spite of what the Spygate investigations had revealed. But so what if he does? If his ambition makes him so blind to the consequences of his actions, let him suffer those consequences.

        See my conversation with gregc77 above. The basic question which still remains to be answered is this, what kind of strategy should President Trump be pursuing in the near term to achieve the longer term goals of draining the spy-gators from the DC Swamp and protecting the MAGA Revolution?


      • Jederman says:

        I think the impeachment thing is too hard to do once the unreacted docs are released. At this point it’s all the dems have. They have to keep beating that drum (in vain) up to the election, knowing they’ll never pull the trigger.

        If the release of the documents supports or preps the battlefield for coup perp indictments it will be too difficult (IMO) for the dems, crazy as they are, to make their case.

        It’s easy for me to say but I believe bringing justice to the perps is a must, it supersedes all. There can be no deals. The dems may get impeachment through the House just to have a stain on PT’s record but it will be recorded in the history books for what it was, a smear by hopelessly corrupt ideological fanatics and haters.

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    • LandonK says:

      Excellent summary as always by SD. I’ll add that a simple yet informative timeline and guide must be created for presentation to the general public. Lay this out clearly and succinctly with graphics etc for the masses. A thirty minute explanation with proof would help get around all the static created by enemies.

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    • digleigh says:

      Rules for Radicals , page 129 Tenth Rule : The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition……Use of media cabal(print/magazine/social media/news stories), etc.. Use court to keep Trump from doing his duties, Brock’s Dem. playbook, etc…. All going on since Trump was elected and BEFORE!! ( use of our taxpayer paid intel for spying for over 4 years to target your political enemies is COMMUNISTIC)Dossiers/kompromat (Schiff really familiar with this term apparently)/lures/provocateurs.. How will we EVER trust again????


    • Elle says:

      Interesting. It would be great for intelligent people paying attention, but not enough people watch C-Span and the press would just report, “Whooie! They really got Trump now!” And Huffpo would post, “Boom! Nadler destroys Trump in one epic tweet!!” Better to just keep the coup plotters on the offense, denying, delaying, deflecting and disrupting……and disclosing.

      You are right, “Yates, Clinton is staying on the offense and is completely confident she will never be called to account for her crimes.” Their problem is that they are old generals fighting the last war with chariots and spears against targeted drone strikes.



    I applaud Sundance for his work in putting together such a magnificent investigation trail.
    That said, all of it will be for naught unless and until THE MEDIA PLAYERS who are complicit in this are revealed. THEY control the narrative to the SWING population.

    All of us here and many many other patriots are well aware of this criminal activity and await the day Obama et al are perp walked. But that is unteneable while the Hate Trump Media co-conspirators are exposed, shamed, and muted.


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    • Beau Geste says:

      JC Weasel – your link describes the IG’s claim that there are too many FBI Leakers, and too many FBI personnel consorting with the media, to identify the leakers.
      But the FBI personnel with clearances are required to take lie-detector tests regularly. There are also now more accurate “brain sensor” techniques (non-invasive of course) which can determine intent, and almost even convert external brain signals to speech.

      Test ALL of the FBI agents who are among the “too many media consorts to find who leaked what”. Or test them ALL. Ask “have you ever leaked or otherwise disclosed FBI information? Was any of it restricted in any way? Were you authorized or told to disclose it, if so by whom? Who did you disclose it to? When?
      Were you part of the effort or project to surveil the Trump campaign or PDJT? Did you know about the surveillance of the Trump campaign, papadop, page, manafort or presidential staff? ” Et cetera.
      Those who fail or refuse to take the text should investigated, prosecuted, discharged, or transferred to a re-education office in Gary Indiana.

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  10. Prairie Dog says:

    What do you think the chances are that Pres. Trump will de-classify all this stuff are? Pretty good, I’d say unless the swamp critters can find a new way to link de-classification to obstruction.


  11. concerned3 says:

    Declassification of those affected portions:

    I wonder, if Obama’s PDBs would prove to be enlightening. Specifically those portions referencing the spying by Obama’s administration on President Trump and his campaign?

    This would seem to be something easily done and something Nunes found useful in revealing the spying.


  12. concerned3 says:

    And, speaking of useful documents and still under the belief that Obama must have conveyed his directions to spy on President Trump and his campaign to his conspirators within the FBI and DOJ. It would be exceedingly useful to obtain a copy of those documents in whatever form they have taken.

    The conspirators would never act on their own. And, that a conspirator is a coward, therefore they would need a means of protecting themselves from prosecution, If they were caught. What better than a document from the setting President authorizing their action.


  13. Rick says:

    I think Trump will release all the documents and maybe even more, after the IG report, and after the indictments.

    I can live with that.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      If AG Barr does testify, a release soon before Barr’s testimony would make excellent fodder for questions. A release around 6:30 PM EDT the evening prior to such testimony would be awesome. Mark Levin would have enough time to start looking over the information and keep reading during commercial breaks. Tucker and Hannity could continue on. They almost certainly would have their reporters/pundits chime and extract the juice. Twitter would surely light up. Those points could be used by the Repubs on the committee to redirect the conversation away from the Swamp talking points in the Mueller report.

      That is what I want.

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  14. Gassy says:

    Well, let’s light this fire before all the evidence gets waterlogged.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. farmerren says:

    Dear Sundance,
    Thank you for your list of docs to be declassified. Your style of work is what journalists and historians should study.
    Ques: Ya know who the first person I thought of when I saw that list (again)?
    Ans: Lyndsey Graham per your articles a coupla days ago. I think he needed a ‘goose’. thx.
    Next person I thought of? Mitt Romney, the man in the bubble. You say, “Good luck with that.” ha but maybe he has a staffer w/a brain.
    Thank you for what you do,


    • Sherri Young says:

      Do not count on the staffers. Unless a staffer has been brought to DC by a conservative legislator, chances are overwhelming that staffer is a Swamp Rat. Beyond that, my imagination does not stretch far enough to envision that any Romney staffer indigenous to DC or brought from home would have any other mindset than anti-Trump.

      I would leave Romney alone in his bubble and work on the persons and legislation he might try to influence.

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  16. jeffincher says:

    NSA-CIA-FBI is capable of spoofing, thus all communications become a “Through the Looking Glass” reality.
    Spoofing is the act of disguising a communication from an unknown source as being from a known, trusted source. Spoofing can apply to emails, phone calls, and websites, or can be more technical, such as a computer spoofing an IP address, Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), or Domain Name System (DNS) server.
    Programs like this had existed for decades, but MonsterMind software would add a unique new capability: Instead of simply detecting and killing the malware at the point of entry, MonsterMind would automatically fire back, with no human involvement. That’s a problem, Snowden says, because the initial attacks are often routed through computers in innocent third countries. “These attacks can be spoofed,” he says. “You could have someone sitting in China, for example, making it appear that one of these attacks is originating in Russia. And then we end up shooting back at a Russian hospital. What happens next?” James Bamford 8/14/2014 Wired on Edward Snowden

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    • Sherri Young says:

      The more I think about the X-FIRE enterprise investigation case management software, the more I think the entire Trump coup story may be available in one place even with relationship charts. The FBI personnel and others who played roles in Crossfire Hurricane are very likely to be identified within the X-FIRE digital folder, assuming that case folder truly is in S-FIRE format.

      Crossfire Hurricane is supposedly closed so the large folder may be subject to FOIA requests. If not, how about a subpoena?

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  17. LandonK says:

    Excellent summary as always by SD. I’ll add that a simple yet informative timeline and guide must be created for presentation to the general public. Lay this out clearly and succinctly with graphics etc for the masses. A thirty minute explanation with proof would help get around all the static created by enemies.


  18. Scott says:

    Keep pounding this, Sundance. Employ Hannity’s strategy and keep repeating it. I already had another one of your articles bookmarked, but this one is even more concise and to the point.

    All of us need to memorize these highlights and repeat them early and often. Perhaps especially to any friends/acquaintances/elected officials we have that may need to hear them again.

    Coupled with the “justification traps” to be avoided, we might be able to get the message out to more and more people and Keep America Great!!

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    • Scott says:

      SMH….as if I needed to tell Sundance how to get the word out? My apologies…that sounded horrible. I should have said “Thank you for pounding this, Sundance…..”.

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  19. Beau Geste says:

    We all recognize that hilary, yates, brennan and other apparent coup participants are trying to get out ahead of a declassification records release. They speak in unsupported general conclusions (eg, the mewler report proves collusion and obstruction…) so their brain-dead loyal followers can feel assured prior to adverse information.
    But I think a major purpose may be to “obstruct justice” by poisoning the jury pool in the DC area where indictments would likely be brought. It only takes one hard-core hillary or obama zombie-bot in the extreme-left DC area to prevent a conviction by 12 jurors.


  20. Rick says:

    “[Crowdstrike? Fusion-GPS? Nellie Ohr? Daniel Richman?]”

    Yes! Let’s have a look at those Contractors!!! Could Imran Awan be one of them?

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Patrick S says:

    I have to believe that the Trump Team is gaming out which documents to release when. Which one will cause the most panic, ass covering, finger pointing, and plea dealing. It tickles me to know that these SOBs have to feel helpless, wondering if THEY are now being surveilled, and as such, knowing they can’t hide, nobody to plot further moves with, etc. Yup….just tickles me.

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