Ratcliffe and Nunes Discuss AG Barr Investigative Approach…

Interesting interviews by Maria Bartiromo today as she hosted both John Ratcliffe and Devin Nunes to discuss the latest remarks and investigative approach by Attorney General William Barr.

Representative Ratcliffe is one of the few congressional members who has seen the majority of the classified documents which backstop the activity of the DOJ and FBI during the 2016 election.

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Ranking member Devin Nunes also discussed the background with Maria Bartiromo:

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Jim Jordan appears later with Neal Cavuto:

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207 Responses to Ratcliffe and Nunes Discuss AG Barr Investigative Approach…

  1. Carson Napier says:

    The simplest solution is usually the best. Murphy says – if all else fails, hit them with a hammer.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Linda K. says:

      “Maybe criminal referrals?” sigh. Recommend reform to the FISA system? That’s like saying, I made an error of judgement, instead of “I robbed the bank at gunpoint.”

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      • Mike says:

        Based on Ratcliffe’s comments re the IG Report, I doubt that the culprits will be held responsible legally. FISA reforms are necessary, but so is accountability. The IGs are part of the agencies they inspect. Self-inspection will result in the protection of the institution at all costs. The first IG inspection demonstrated that.

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        • The Boss says:

          We need to be cautious about the first IG report. It reflected the evidence the IG obtained, which in view of the recently exposed Kavalec email and notes, may not have been the totality of the evidence, or the whole truth if you will. Additionally, the classified appendices to that report dealing with media leaks by the FBI (often in exchange for gratuities) were likely classified due to criminal investigations into those leaks, which we just learned involved at least US Attorney Durham and targeted at least James Baker.
          Granted the first report was disappointing, but the disappointment could have been easily tempered if we had a fully engaged, no nonsense AG at the time.

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          • beach lover says:

            Don’t forget also, that documents were withheld from Horowitz concerning the dossier, until last week!! Now, in all honesty, how can anyone say.. nothing to see here now, or nothing was done that deserves criminal referral??

            Having those Sate Dept notes from Steele exposed the ugly underbelly of the FBI. What else are they hiding from investigators? I have no doubt this could have been wrapped up months ago, but they thought they could run out the clock with Mueller.. and the American public would be weary of hearing about it and “let’s move on” sets in.

            I don’t’ know about you all, but I am so angry at this point, that lies are taking hold over truth and justice. If Horowitz doesn’t come out with a blockbuster, and Durham is not exposing this down to the origins, we have lost not only the narrative, but the country. The method of doing so is set for future administrations.

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            • MelH says:

              The Trump Tweet on the article will just be ignored? I don’t think he will allow that. TREASON is a very big deal and I suspect there are 2 people he REALLY wants to get; Mueller and Comey

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              • lewfarge48 says:

                At least 3 – you forgot brennan !
                Of course nothing will happen to the # 1 – dinglebarry

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                • MelH says:

                  If you want to read REALLY exciting stuff, go to http://joehoft.com/ and read all his articles. I had heard about the Hammer, and David Montgomery’s files, when i first came to TCTH years ago, but saw nothing about either, as time progressed. Evidently they will play a big part in the dramas to come.

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                • lewfarge48 says:

                  CTH, Dan Bongino and Gateway Pundit are my 3 most trusted sites for RELIABLE information currently – there are a lot of contributors to our information, but those 3 sites are my GO TO

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            • Tl Howard says:

              The FBI Director reports directly to the AG. Why can’t AG Barr demand the FBI release any and all docs Horowitz asked for?

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          • littleanniefannie says:

            Just wondering—how many “retirements” came about so as tonNOT be required to be interviewed by IG Horowitz?

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        • PVCDroid says:

          Ratcliffe isn’t the type to say YES, there will be criminal charges. Many are reading too much into his last comment.

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      • Peppurr says:

        ““Maybe criminal referrals?”” sigh” ” I was just going to post the same thing, verbatim. And I shook my head after hearing him say that. What is it going to take for a criminal referral??
        This is unbelievable!

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      • chipin8511 says:

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Always a good thing to remember:

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    • Cathy M. says:

      LOL!

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    • permiejack says:

      Maria is so informed and up to date on all the shenanigans that have been perpetrated on the American public. Thank you Maria!

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    • strateshooter says:

      yeah 🙂
      Personally speaking though I would like to see a couple of things leaked before we go postal on these folks.
      1. I would REALLY like to see proof positive that MIFSUD (the start point) was and is a CIA/Western intel asset , initiated by Brennan/Strozk , and for him to be deposed and indicted.
      2. I would REALLY like to see docs relating to the Trump Ter entrapment meeting.
      How/who/why was the banned Ruskie lawyer allowed to enter the USA to meet Don
      Jr. It was a pure and obvious set up.

      If the American public could see these docs I think they would be persuaded en masse that the CIA/FBI set out to destroy Trump even before the BS Russia DNC hack stuff started and even before the Steele dossier stuff emerged.

      There is no doubt in my mind now though that the DNC/CIA/FBI /DOJ/FISC + knowing and willing MSM partners conspired to illegally stop Trumps election and to sabotage his presidency after he won.

      Their reasons for doing so will be many and varied…from ideology to money to incompetence but what they did was unconstitutional , dangerous and just totally immoral and a total offense against the 60 M + generally decent folks who voted for Donald Trump and the disruptive change he would bring and they thought was needed.

      God Bless America in these challenging times and God Bless all the ‘White Hats’ who have been and are working to protect the freedoms of all Americans.

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  2. distracted2 says:

    I just want to heave something at the fake poll results scrolling behind Ratcliffe’s head.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      Seriously – it’s like her own show’s producers are undermining the content of her show with that ridiculous poll. And what was that weird shifting graphic behind his head? Glad I don’t watch tv anymore.

      Liked by 8 people

      • redthunder238 says:

        The people at the top at Fox DO NOT support Trump. Notice how there’s no competition for them even though half the Country is Red but there’s several networks that are blatantly Blue and all competing for the same group of loons? They’re ALL blue but one just pretends to be Red for the sake of ad revenue. Anyone with eyes or ears can tell what side Fox is really on. They’ve been exposed.

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        • yy4u says:

          It’s all about China redthunder238 — at least with Fox and WSJ. My bet is the portfolios of those who run these entities are HEAVY with China investments and they’re scared the billions they made at the expense of small business and working Americans will turn into millions. Never enough money for the 1% elite, never enough power for Marxists (Democrats).

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          • redthunder238 says:

            For sure. Those “entities” no doubt are invested big in China…..they’re also dark blue Democrats. Leftists have destroyed this Country.

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        • logboom says:

          The polls that were posted during bartiromo’s interview with Ratcliffe were troublesome and puzzling.

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        • Madi says:

          Fox News=False News: soft opposition. Cancel your cable

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    • Pyrthroes says:

      Indeed… as of 3:10 pm on Tuesday, November 8th 2016, every major news outlet was “reporting” a MzBill win of 70 – 95%. (The LA Times actually gave Bobbletwot, Wunderschlumpf, 98 : 2 odds, surely the most asinine ridiculousity ever published by putatively reputable pollsters.)

      For the record, though Rats assert their cheap-jack candidate approached Trump’s 63 million popular votes, undisputed national figures prove that 8 – 12% of he/she/its corrupt machine tallies –“graveyard” votes, illegal aliens, multiple welfare-types bused poll-to-poll– exceeded district Census counts. In fact, Rats’ Operation Soetoro registered no more than 56 – 58 million deadhead trogbrains, in very ill-distributed venues at that, indicating a legitimate Trump landslide near 9.5%.

      On a legitimate Electoral College basis, Trump’s 304 : 227 (33.9%) blew Bobbletwot away, while his astounding nationwide 3,084 : 3,141 (98.2%) County wins ironically mirrored doofus media’s tomfool forecasts in reverse.

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    • ABN says:

      Those polls look crazy!

      “Who do you trust more to tell the truth on the Russia investigation?
      Mueller – 44%
      Barr – 22%”

      However those results came about – fake poll or uninformed population – it’s appalling.

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  3. wtd says:

    POTUS Trump’s deliberate and emphatic characterization, “TREASON” makes one wonder if it impacts the “statute of limitations” factor of each potential charge against the individuals involved.

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    • WSB says:

      It should.

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      • jnr2d2 says:

        I’ll say it again: there are actions a perp can do that “tolls” the SOL ( “a time out’). Conspiracy or RICO comes to mind. So stay cool!!!

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        • Maquis says:

          On that entirely appropriate basis, Clinton has no hope of an SoL reprieve, in fact, she’s entirely SOL.

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        • Dutchman says:

          In addition, you generally only have ‘co-defendants’ in a CONSPIRACY charge, which this obviously would be.
          EACH ‘affirmative act’ to forward the conspiracy, is a seperate charge.

          These guys,worked on this enough that your effectively looking at life sentences, before you even get to treason.

          Its about time for a game of reverse musical chairs. First one ‘out’ gets a reduced sentence, and the rest get the chair.

          More popcorn, and need to stock up on beer, as my glass is more than 1/2 full, and I wanna KEEP it that way!

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          • gjgrak says:

            “Its about time for a game of reverse musical chairs. First one ‘out’ gets a reduced sentence, and the rest get the chair.”

            That’s great!!

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            Dutch,
            If one looks at the 18 USC et seq criminal statutes which codify penalties for treason, sedition, and tangential crimes, there are many that carry 20 year sentences. If sentenced to run consecutively, that would be a virtual death sentence.

            I am trusting AG Barr more each day. I believe he sees the threat to law and order that emanates from a weaponized government.

            I also strongly suspect one of his lieutenants is keeping POTUS up to speed re the investigation.

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            • beach lover says:

              ” I believe he sees the threat to law and order that emanates from a weaponized government.”

              Appointing Durham is a prime example. If he was just going to go in and accept all the nonsense from Mueller, there would not be a Durham. He would just accept Horowitz’s report and make changes to the system.

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            • richard verney says:

              But when the next Democrat President, or Deep State dweller President gets elected, what is the betting that these sentencs get commuted?

              I rather doubt that any of these guys are going to serve much jail time.

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          • Rhoda R says:

            I believe that treason is one of the few charges that a President cannot pardon.

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      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        There are the rare occasions when I disagree with our president, and this happens to be one…….TREASON should be punished by DEATH, not long prison sentences as President Trump opines.

        I am realistic and pragmatic enough to realise that lengthy prison sentences are most likely all we can hope to see, as our country has been emasculated by the effeminate and pussillanimous among us. That’s really just a lousy, damn shame, too.

        If we constructed a gallows on the Washington Mall, specifically for the public hanging of the most egregious offenders, we could easily amass a crowd approaching half a million people. But, the real cash cow would be covering the event live on Pay-Per-View…….THAT crowd would be in the tens of millions easily, not to mention international satellite feeds; we could pay for a YUUUUUGE chunk of that wall we need so badly….

        Just a thought.

        MAGA!

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        • WSB says:

          Or CNN should be forced to host! Taxpayer viewing should be for free.

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        • MelH says:

          The Lord Giveth and the Lord Taketh Away (Job 1:21) I suspect Evangelicals would not vote for Capitol Punishment. I do believe if the President were not a Christian, he would believe in Death sentences. He doesn’t. But for my money, i would rather the death sentence than prison without parole.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      “wetworks” 😉

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    • NC Patriot says:

      I don’t think there is a statute of limitations on Treason. Is there?

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    • jebg46 says:

      I did read from a lawyer commenter awhile back that there is no statute of limitation on treason. But I’m not sure about sedition.

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    • Daniel says:

      What defines treason and what body of law does it rely on? Is there a statute of limitations for treason? Google this: “statute of limitations for treason” A quick answer is presented.

      And to be clear, foreign government power was used in all of this. Until the Korean war is officially ended, we’ve been in a state of war for a very long time. Working with foreign powers to attack our government is treason under Article 3 of the constitution.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        But was the Korean war actually a declared war? I thought it was a ‘Police Action’ similar to the Afghan and Iraqi wars.

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  4. William Schneider says:

    Ratcliffe is a stud. I would love to see this man running for president one day. For now I am glad he is on the side of justice and Trump. There is hope with politicians like this. Praise God!!

    Liked by 6 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      IMO, Ratcliffe would be a welcome relief as the next FBI director. The current one wore out his welcome with me before he was sworn in.

      Barr at DOJ, Ratcliffe at FBI. The giant sucking sound in Wash DC will be the sound of a swamp being drained…quickly.

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  5. Tl Howard says:

    Neil, you’re a fat dumb shit.

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    • PVCDroid says:

      He does give cover to the libs and never Trumpers, which he most definitely is. What floors me is the severity of what happened and the “Oh Well, let’s get over it” attitude by so many in the press. There is no way we can let all this slide especially how the democrats are treating Trump.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Their dose of reality will come when indictments are handed down by Grand Jury’s and arrests are made.

        The dead enders will spin it, but the public will be on the side of justice, and following the media giving the most complete coverage.

        Justice or war, AG Barr, your choice.
        The events to come will be part of historical discourse 500 years from now.

        I believe AG Barr understands the gravity of decisions he will be making shortly via his many staff.

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      • Cavuto (and the entire class of “liberal” talking heads, gleefully making millions doing no more than you or I when we comment here) never got “into” it, so “get over it” is their default position. Their denial of the hard reality of The Insane Left and their 10 years of lying to America in service to the First Fake President deserves as harsh punishment as do the principle coup plotters themselves.

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  6. Retired USMC says:

    The wheels of justice grind slowly and exceedingly fine…

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    • RLTW says:

      For the sake of our Republic let’s hope those wheels are grinding Marine. Barr and Durham are the last hope for a lawful solution to this utter and systemically corrupt government. Let us hope that justice is still blind in the United States of America. Let us pray that they have the intestinal fortitude to follow the evidence and prosecute whomever is guilty regardless of their social or political stature.

      And yes, I do mean up to and including Barak Hussein Obama, the first Black President.

      Otherwise President Trump may need to recall us from retirement. I’ve been recalled twice to fight in Iraq and then Afghanistan. I’d be absolutely overjoyed to be recalled a third time to fight on my own soil to defend the Constitutional rights of my own children. I believe that’s called the “Insurrection Act.”

      You with me Marine?

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      • lokiscout says:

        Old Nam Vet here. You Jarheads need a ride or some shore bomb to pave the way this old salt’s got your back like always! Anchors Away, Lads!

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        RLTW,
        I am with you and just an ordinary humble citizen.

        If the current administration does not address these crimes, then it will be time to drop the plow reins and defend the republic against the domestic and foriegn enemies in our midst.

        I’m a little older now, but a good shot, and I can follow orders.

        Will report for duty, if it becomes a necessity.

        I trust AG Barr will make that unnecessary.

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        • RLTW says:

          ROBIN SAGE. Let’s pray that Barr and Durham do their job. If not, I will sure as hell do mine. Report for duty Sugarhillhardrock. Me and my Green Beret brothers will train you and tens of thousands like you to fight for and preserve this Republic. This Republic will stand at all costs.

          Barr and Durham are the two men who can prevent civil war. Resolve this in the Courts AG Barr. And don’t pull punches…regardless of who is guilty. Prosecute the elites as you would prosecute me. Even if the names on the docket include Obama and Clinton.

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    • Linda K. says:

      At least Cohen is in jail! Ha!

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  7. mr.piddles says:

    Speaking of Mueller… I can’t imagine Barr and Mueller are “on the same page”, to put it nicely. If Barr suspects (or likely knows, given the evidence that already exists) that the predicate for #Spygate was not only fraudulent, but possibly based on conspiratorial conduct, then “Russia Collusion” and any and all references to Dossier content within the Weissman/Mueller Report are, by extension, based on a conspiratorial fraud. And if that’s the case… everything having to do with Weissman/Mueller Volume II is, by similar extension, fraudulent. So Barr must be asking Mueller: “So what the Hell were you guys doing for the past two years?” Hopefully that’s one of the questions looking for “adequate explanation”.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      I’d imagine Barr wonders just what prompted Muellar to join the conspirators…or is it obvious to Barr.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Best case scenario: “Mueller was chosen”, as Sundance has pointed out several times. I tend to agree.

        Worst case scenario: Mueller, to some capacity, was privy to the scheme. I don’t think it was a coincidence that Mueller in particular was brought in to interview for Director.

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        • WSB says:

          Indeed, and how many years has Bob been co-mingling power buttons? I want to see his communications for the last eight years.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          Well Sundance did say Muller was chosen, but Sundance later finds out that Muller may be conflicted if he was the one that allowed the spying via MOU with the CIA when he was the head of the FBI. That gives Muller a vested interest in how this all turns out.

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          • mr.piddles says:

            Right. Amongst other things… (hint: rhymes with “shmuranium”)

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          • Sammy Hains says:

            Right.
            People seem to forget that Müeller was STASI Director through 2013.

            0bama almost certainly kept Müeller on for 2 years past the legal limit because he was running the same political espionage operation against Romney.

            Chances are high that Müeller also knows exactly how Romney’s Project ORCA “crashed” on Election Day.

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        • Burnt Toast says:

          If Mueller made Director there would have been no need for the SC.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Oh, I agree w/ Sundance that he was chosen, but he knew what he’d be expected to do. I wonder if Barr knows WHY Muellar was willing to do that.

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        • Jonathan Galt says:

          I think McCabe has signaled to everyone, but mostly Mueller, that he will out Mueller if he goes down, when he included the odd passage in his book about the phone “ accidentally” being left behind at the White House.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Comey did the SAME thing, with his book tour, ‘outing’ the phonecall by lynch, to nypd. THAT was a taste. The Comey memos, in total are his ‘insurance policy’; there is no other reason for him to have documented where all the bodies are buried.

            Both are saying “protect me, or I’ll roll on you”.
            Will Brennan take the fall, or roll over on Obama?
            Or, will they have enough evidence on each, that they don’t NEED anyone to roll over?
            Same bat time,….
            Same bat channel,….

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            • Dutchman…IF all of these maroons have their “NOTES”, what do you think will happen when each of them try to use same notes?

              I believe AG Barr & Durham will say: “So!!!”…you just verified you’re involvement in taking down a DULLY Elected President.

              AS the ‘cuffs are clicked into place!!!

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            • Linda K. says:

              No one is going to roll on anyone if Justice decides not to charge anyone criminally and instead institutes “reforms”. Such B.S. The rational being that all the bad players are gone, except Bruce Ohr, still pulling in a paycheck. So wrong.
              Meanwhile, our vote is being watered down by this flood of illegals.

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            • Rhoda R says:

              I don’t believe that comey still has control of his memos. Remember, he was fired when he was out in California and his desk was cleared of all data by the time he got back. Comey’s not blackmailing anyone with his memos.

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      • wabvn says:

        obvious to Barr

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      • MelH says:

        I Mueller started to demure, when chosen, no doubt Weissmann would have stepped forward and offered himself as Mueller’s proxy. You have to be a ballsy person to write Volume 2, and I don’t see Mueller as that ballsy.

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        • Linda K. says:

          I don’t know Mel. Mueller let 4 innocent men rot in prison to protect Whitey Bulger. He is a man with no conscience, evidently. Why do these prosecutors never pay for these decisions? The word sadistic comes to mind.

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          • MelH says:

            That’s what boggles my mind! I keep wondering WHO could or should press charges? Nunes REFERS people for charges, but so far I haven’t heard of one case that has mattered.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      AG Barr told Bill Hemmer that he hasn’t talked to Mueller since the start of the investigation, except for the phone call about the letter. Barr said he still considers Mueller a good friend.

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    • That question probably triggered the SC Shutdown.

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      • Daniel says:

        Please. For the love of everything clear and true, won’t you please consider not using abbreviations like “SC”? I went through a list of “SC” meanings in my head before I scrolled back to see and it wasn’t there either. Supreme Court? No. South Carolina? No.

        You wrote words of length longer than either words “special” or “counsel” so why?

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    • richard verney says:

      We know that Mueller did a hatched job, because:
      1. He assembled a partisan team, rather than a team that were politically neutral.
      2. He never examined the DNC Server. The central plank of russia interference in the election was that the DNC server had been hacked by the Russians, but he took no independent step to verify that. It is extremely suspicious that the DNC refused to let the FBI examine the server and instead a 3rd party with close ties to the DNC (CrowdStrike) was the only entity that examined the server.
      3. He never looked into the Clinton/DNC side of events to see what collusion/conspiracy there was between this side and Russia.
      4. He failed to publish Part 1 of his Report as soon as he had concluded that there was no collusion/conspiracy between Trump (his team) and Russia. The only reasons for failing to do this is either political in that he wanted to maintain the cloud hanging over President trump since he thought that that might give the democrats a better chance in the 2018 Mid Term elections, thereby meaning that Mueller had his thumb on the scales, or he wanted to scupper and stupify the Trump Presidency making it difficult for President trump to fulfill his agenda, or he wished to entrap the President in an obstruction of justyice charge. With respect to the latter, he was hoping that the President would become so frustrated by the ongoing investigation that the President may do something rash which Mueller could then claim was obstruction of justice.

      In fact, had Mueller not been partisan and had he nbeen objective, he himself would have looked at the predicate for the initial spying/surveillance on the Trump campaign.

      It is clear beyond doubt that it is a hatched job, and the recent revelations as to how it appears that Papa was set up, and the recent revelations regarding Flynn, further reinforce that view.

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      • OlderAndWiser says:

        I agree he did an extremely poor job.
        But I think it’s because he’s a lazy, dumb SOB who knows how to suck up to get the top job and is just a figurehead.
        Same with Comey and now Wray.
        None of these people came up from the field – they are politicians in disguise as cops. And in way over their heads.
        Brennan architected this whole thing (in cahoots with HRC), but because he is stupid he didn’t do the job the way a real CIA agent would have; he left too many tracks. He should be hung for treason. And hopefully there is a smoking gun to show HRC’s involvement – not the plausible deniability of arms length thru Perkins Coie and then Fusion GPS. Though I doubt it – she is a master at destroying/hiding evidence.
        Some of the others may be in on the earlier architecture, or later in on the details (like Weissman, Strzok and McCabe) but I think some were just caught up because they are clueless. Either way, they are guilty of the greatest internal insurrection in the country and need to be punished.

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  8. Tl Howard says:

    So far the MSM seems preoccupied with the possibility that the Obama camp spied on Trump. They haven’t even touched on the part that the Obama/Clinton camps tried to FRAME Trump and remove him from power. That is why I’m so pissed at Cavuto. He seems to feel this will simply devolve into a “Dem said, Gop said”. I get the feeling he hasn’t followed the story at all. The lazy ass.

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    • WSB says:

      Cavuto is a left wing tool.

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    • sDee says:

      Fox News: “Fair and Balanced” means standing a lie up against the truth so well that viewers can discern neither.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      Fox isn’t truly Red and never has been. They pretend to be for that ad $$$. They’ve NEVER talked about many of the things Sundance and others have brought to light and they never will. They’re all about DISTRACTIONS.

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    • Debra says:

      Here is where I believe the conflation of Obama/Clinton is not helpful.

      I do not believe they were working together. There was a veneer of some type of cozy relationship, but the deep seeded feelings are what is gurgling and needing to burst forth.

      The zero administration did not instigate a spying operation on JUST PDJT and his primary opponents. IMHO, they instigated a ‘set-up’ on Hillary such that when she got elected, yet before she was inaugurated, she would have had charges brought against her — and not been allowed the presidency, leaving Obama there for his third term.

      Hillary knew she was being set-up, so she barely campaigned. She just cannot admit though, that she was never going to be president, so she continues with her blame game.

      She, individually, would probably be much better off telling the truth about 44; but to do that would cause a civil war in the Democrat party before they can get back in ‘power’. Hence, we see her out and about, still claiming the election was stolen from her.

      Hey, Hillary, why don’t you elaborate on just WHO orchestrated your loser status?

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    • Rhoda R says:

      I’m surprise the MSM has gotten as far as the Obama camp spied on Trump. They may not be intellectually ready to go the next step. Many may NEVER be ready to take the next step.

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  9. NJF says:

    I love this comment.

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  10. WES says:

    I am trilled information is flowing out exposing the coup plotter’s but at the same time I must remind myself no one has yet been charged.

    We are on the path of exposing and embarrassing the coup plotter’s but we have yet to walk on the path for justice.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Wes, you speak of the real.focus. Flynn’s FISA skulduggery must have tentacles all over the map. I would instruct for a sloppy Indictment of an Obama Adm grandee and smear the stuff everywhere.

      I am reminded of Sean Connery shooting the already dead colleague of the book keeper. I believe that Tuesday at the opera would be a common occurrence.

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    • BobR says:

      Deception operation on taxpayers dime to stop U1 prosecution . Mueller, Rosey, Comey, Clinton got rich from U1. Mission accomplished for that group. No U1 and now they just have to stall and play down this fisa thing and they are home free. If Barr was going to throw Mueller under the bus he could have done it long ago. Mueller has been dirty for awhile, Barr knows that. And Wray, forget about it.

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    • Daniel says:

      Do you remember when Comey was on TV laying out the evidence upon which a criminal case against Hillary Clinton was extremely clear? Do you remember after all of that, he stated “no reasonable prosecutor would…?”

      The people of the US and the world have been delivered information needed and are still being delivered new information in all of this. Only the most corrupt people would do all of this and then deliver nothing.

      It doesn’t sound like Trump and it doesn’t sound like Barr.

      McCabe is in trouble. Comey is in big trouble. There has been a LOT of action, but I agree it’s not enough to call it even close to “done.” But consider the scale and scope of everything we know so far. I still hold it’s pretty much the entirety of the Obama administration as the M.O. of the administration indicates a pattern of using government power to go after opposing political entities. And I hold in some ways, it is the deep state responsible for much worse for far longer but it has really never been quite so overt and noticeable as this Obama administration.

      There’s a LOT there. Consider the size of the hammer required to hit all of this in one fell swoop? This is a BIG hammer and they are building the friggen death star right above their heads and they (the criminals) are now realizing it. It has definitely felt nothing has been happening before, but it doesn’t feel like that now.

      The “investigation” is ongoing, but I’m pretty sure they have EVERYTHING they need in all of this. But to make the case requires the assembly of a lot of things to prove everything we know in courts. This is not a “made for TV” event. It’s not for our entertainment. It’s about justice. All of this public stuff is more about preparing the public for what is going to happen because acceptance is necessary at the end of all this. It will be VERY traumatic and will very likely deepen the rift between the left and right in this country and in the world. And the left doesn’t handle failure well at all.

      The crimes are huge. The reaction of the left will be huge.

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      • Retired USMC says:

        The left need to be CRUSHED like the insects they are. Nothing less and they will be at it again. Just like the Japanese of WW2, nothing short of a nuke is going to stop them. They are on a suicide mission. We should help them in that endeavor.

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      • 55praises says:

        I agree with your assessment. On occasion a family member will ask me basic questions that leave me with no doubt that the 24-7 news cycle has brainwashed their audience with false facts. Brainwashed to the extent that the Truth cannot be believed, let alone understood.

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    • And we wait, and wait, and wait.

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  11. WSB says:

    Emmet Flood’s letter to William Barr…here.

    https://1buv.com/emmet-floods-letter-to-barr-read/

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    • NJF says:

      Very good read. Thank you for posting.

      Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        YW!

        NJF, if you are free on Thursday 5/23, Cosimos is a decent place for lunch. Let me know.

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        • NJF says:

          Oh that would be great, but I’m not free that day. 🙁

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          • WSB says:

            Let me know if that Saturday or Sunday would be OK. That weekend is the one we are not tied up, so even for a quick snack/drink, it would be nice to meet.

            If not, I completely understand and maybe another time!

            And congratulations to your daughter. So exciting!

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    • permiejack says:

      Flood accused Mueller and his staff of “failing in their duty to act as prosecutors and only as prosecutors.” Flood derided Mueller’s report as “part ‘truth commision’ and part law school exam paper.”

      Eventually, Flood said that Trump wanted three key points expressed: 1) Trump’s decision not to assert executive privilege was not a waiver of privilege; 2) there was no waiver executive-privileged portions of the report that were disclosed regarding Mueller’s “underlying investigative materials,” like “FBI Form 301 witness interview summaries and presumptively privileged documents made available” to Mueller; 3) Trump reserves the right to “instruct his advisors to appear before congressional committees to answer questions on the same subjects.”

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  12. sDee says:

    Restoring our faith and trust in the the Justice system ??!!

    Impossible dream. No one has the courage to fire enough and rehire enough to make that happen. We are a Surveillance State.

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    • swissik says:

      I’ve come to the same conclusion but long before this entire scandal started. The surveillance state gradually became more and more obvious over the years, but Americans in general prefer to look at issues positively. I am not one of those which caused many arguments in my family. But whatever…..

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      • LoonsCall says:

        how anybody could look at this as positive is beyond foolish imo.. it is going on now to much greater lengths with blatant censorship.. it seems as though they are looking at everything.. why don’t more people care, they may care more at some future date smh

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  13. Query says:

    “Classification” in these matters is merely an attempt to avoid political embarrassment and worse for the govt entities doing the classifying.
    This joke about protecting “means and methods” assumes no-one has heard of a phone tap or email collection or a break in and hack or the name of some risibly trivial operative in the UK or Italy.
    No real national security at all….just a shield for the perps.
    What revealed redactions by FBI / DoJ in the past have ever been anything but obstruction for political self protection? None.

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    • icthematrix says:

      Classifications meant nothing to the Hag, who used her private server for nefarious means, which allowed the Chinese to hack into it. This enabled them to discover CIA operatives names and murder over a dozen of them. She should hang for that if nothing else, but there is plenty more.

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  14. 335blues says:

    Maria Bartiromo gets two thumbs up.
    Trump hating foxnews gets two thumbs down.
    As for their “poll” personally skewed by Trump hating Chris Wallace,
    it is total crap.
    The American people stand with President Trump,
    and no fake “poll” is going to change that.

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  15. Carson Napier says:

    Barack Obama waved his magic wand and turned the FBI into the Gestapo and the CIA into the KGB.

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  16. Heika says:

    Obama and his faithful team, have been using spying on the opposition since way before 2016 … at least 2014 when they were spying on Flynn – and from what that trollop Victoria Nuland said that Steele often provided her with ‘dossiers’…. (her husband by the way is Robert Kagan, who was involved with Halper), they are all friends . Nuland was involved in the overthrowing of the Ukraine govt, and the massacre in Kiev (feb 2014). Nuland is neck deep in all this.

    Bongino refers to the spying on Flynn in 2014 in his latest show, given Obama Inc. wanted to bring Flynn down, due to him disrupting their fiddles re the Iran deal and other middle east shenanigans.

    Its deep, very deep. These guys are only skipping the surface in regards to what happened to poor Trump. THIS was not the gravest thing ever that has occurred (what happened to Trump). In fact Obama’s election was. America was overtaken by a malicious force at that point. Its far more dangerous than most know.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Heika;
      Go back further. Obama, Bush, Clinton, Bush. During Reagan admin, and even further back.

      At least 60 years, and more like 1915 or,so. Its been going on a loooong time.

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      • swissik says:

        Exactly, I agree although I can only go back to 1964 when I became a citizen. Living through the 60ties and 70ties instilled caution about a stable future.

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  17. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Poor Neal Cavuto. Try as he might seem to himself to be “fair and balanced,” a bit of discouragement in his voice. Dog gone it.

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    • NJF says:

      He’s so passive aggressive & tries to be flippant. /fail

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    • Conservative_302 says:

      I am at the point where this site is my best news source. Everything else has too much opinion in it, too lefty, too RINO, etc. The Barr interview was disappointing. Hammers follow up questions were school girlish, and breaking up the interview into pieces was done to boost ratings. It will be interesting to see what Barr does. Thankfully, he seems like the real deal.

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      • littleanniefannie says:

        Boost—more like bust ratings! I watch F&F, Outnumbered & Overtime, Charles Payne, sometimes The Five, Lou, Tucker, and Hannity (as long as I can stomach him). Sat & Sun it’s F&F Weekend, Maria, Jesse, Jeanine and Steve Hilton. Watching Chris Wallace ranks about 5 steps below waterboarding!

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      Cavuto is more like falanced and bair. Let that visual sink in. Rather, just let it sink!!

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  18. Cathy M. says:

    Strzok has been strangely quite lately.

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  19. NJF says:

    FOX Biz > FOX news. Maria is one of their best. The only time I turn off Fox Biz is for Cavuto’s show!

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      Cavuto is only a half rung above Shep. Picture his hands and feet attached to a flagpole and his azz blowing in the wind to tell him what position to take!

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  20. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    In answer to the question of statute of limitations and treason; I think in a case of treason there is no statute of limitation.

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  21. ARW says:

    I’m left wandering the cost/benefit analysis for Clapper, Baker and Comey to go on TV in order to defend their actions. Seems their defense lawyers would tell them to keep quiet. I suppose the DC cocoon is so opaque that they believe this will be ajudicated in the press. Or perhaps, like all good beaurocrats, they believe that adherence to the process, if only in fact but not in spirit, Is it’s own defense.

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    • Dutchman says:

      ARW;
      Its beltway blindness, being focused on the perception, and shaping the narrative, in order to shape the perception, so much that you lose site of the reality.

      I really think thats what happened with benghazi; they were SO FOCUSED on coming up with a cover story, cause their gun running operation was exposed, that no one was focused on rescue operations.

      As for lawyers, the client has to LISTEN to their lawyer, when he says “STFU!”

      These idiots aren’t. Prisons are full of idiots like them, they’ll fit right in.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        A rescue mission was ready to launch and an order was issued to stand down.

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        The outcome of Benghazi was intentional.
        Where was Obama and why…seriously.
        The precise location of a US President is never unknown to SS…obama was intentionally avoiding having to answer to an act of war on the US and that alone should have been a qualifier to impeach him. But no, despite the murders of Benghazi happening less then two months before an election, Obama gets himself re-elected to another term.
        Romney was gift wrapped the position of President in 2012, he threw it away ….and he dares to call President Trump names. Romney should be investigated as well because I’m sure he along with McCain were both involved in the Dem conspiracy to take down the duly elected President Trump.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      Well we know for a fact that if anything comes down on them they will claim it’s just retaliation for speaking out.

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  22. CNN_sucks says:

    That’s it. Another referral and reform? No accountability?

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  23. k4jjj says:

    To serve justice upon Hillary Clinton, we should just hand her over to the world’s worst so they can deal with the woman they gave millions to and for which they got nothing. No American trial is needed for her. Ruthless foreigners will know how to deal with the witch who conned them all.

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  24. The Fox polls are astonishing in their favorability towards Mueller and the Democrats. Those of us plugged into the CTH theses are still out in the cold. But that’s changing. I love Maria. She’s the best.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      The mask started coming off of Fox months ago. It’s on the ground at this point. They’ve been exposed as who they are. The Murdoch brothers are NOT pro-Trump.

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  25. Robster says:

    Something interesting to glean from Devon Nunes’ interview.

    From the 55 second mark. Nunes discusses the hiring of Durham and the putting together of a team to look at the work of the IG, the House Republicans, the Senate and any other information out there including whistle-blowers an others.

    After applying the Dan Bongino ‘Nunes Translator’ I get the distinct feeling that multiple whistle-blowers have come forward.

    As SD often says, find this Pientka fella and see what he has to say. Maybe, just maybe they already have.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      My money’s on John Carlin being a whistleblower. He resigned right after the FISA application. My bet is that he took a boatload of incriminating evidence with him. He has been very quiet throughout this entire investigation.

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    • Suburban Grandma says:

      Yyyess!! After applying the Dan Bongino ‘Nunes Translator’ I get the distinct feeling that multiple whistle-blowers have come forward.

      And, if I may correct our honorable President’s tweet.
      It was not just your campaign! The spying continued once you were President.
      Oh, this is not going to end well for those whose hubris was not contained by decency, honor, and respect.

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    • Justin Green says:

      I would imagine that, up until now, there was no safe place for whistleblowers to turn.

      I remember reports of the NYPD and the lower level FBI agents being livid over the dead-ended investigations into the multiple Hillary issues.

      Also, the Dallas office of the IRS was at one point allegedly investigating the Clinton Foundation, which should have resulted in numerous tax law violations. That investigation went away quietly, too.

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  26. Robin says:

    You need to shift the investigation from US law to UK surveylance law. The UK laws are not symetirical to US laws. All the rules that the US operators need to follow don’t apply to the UK. The responsibility is much more centralised with the Home Secretary and she has a responsibility to the PM. The laws are shifted upwards. A judge still needs to give the OK. Because the law is more focused at the top level it means you can follow the paper trail at the top level – and that paper trail will mirror the antics in the US Whitehouse.

    Under UK law the Home Sec (Theresa May) at the time would have been responsible for signing off surveylance in anybody who was not a threat to the UK – and – she would need to present evidence (dodgy dossier) to a UK judge. Things get interesting here because the UK HomeSec was even closer to the fraudulent dossier than Clinton, so has even less excuse about knowing it was fake.

    In the UK prosecution of politicans, judges, policemen etc is handled by a special group of the Crown Prosecution Service who operate out of Crown Court House, on the south side of Southwark bridge, and they must
    decide if a prosecution is in the “public interest” or not which gives them scope to squash any embarrassing charges.

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    • Robin says:

      Just to add things get more interesting because the civil servant (perm gov) with the Hone Sec during Spygate is a guy called Olly Robbins who now runs (or rather blocks) the Brexit negotiations. So if May broke the law by soyug in Trump then he knows where the bodies are buried.

      It doesn’t take a genius to see that May could come under pressure from Robbins to deliver brexit in name only (brino). Also that the same globalist actors in the UK who spied on Trump also thwarted Brexit. Same agenda. Same group of people. It might also explain why May dragged out Brexit even though her brino treaty it is now getting voted down for the fourth time and the Conservatives are down below 10% in the polls. She simply stayed in power long enough to see Trump be charged with Russia collusion. She now knows the gig is up and she will 100% come under scrutiny for being central to the biggest political scandle in US history. A scandle the US will follow to the UK.

      What about oversight. Well the head of the UK intelligence oversight committee is an EU remainer who has also tried to thwart Brexit. So you will get no oversight. The Labour Party and MSM hate Trump for having the wrong kind of virtue so they will not question spying on him.

      So look across the pond my friends for a rich trail of evidence and corruption by the anti democratic globalists.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      May is not the Home Secretary. She’s the PM. The Home Secretary is Sayid Javid. Sounds promising doesn’t it?

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  27. Paulie says:

    Maria asks everyone “will there be “accountability”-what does that mean? How about asking if anyone will be indicted for crimes that we KNOW have already been committed?

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  28. Rick L says:

    I don’t want to read to much into the President’s comments but he said treason and not sedition. Is he hinting they all conspired with a foreign power? Britain etc.

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    • beach lover says:

      There are Russians involved as well. Dan Bongino’s last show ties it all together. And as usual, the Dems did what they accused Trump of doing.

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  29. Paul Apostle says:

    Faux News really thinks we are stoopid, as their Poll suggests:
    1) Who do you trust more to tell the truth on the Russia investigation:
    Mueller 40%
    Barr 22%
    2) Who do you trust more to tell the truth on the Russia investigation:
    Democrat Congress 44%
    Trump Administration 33%
    3) AG Barr’s handling of the Mueller report & Russia investigation:
    Approve 35%
    Disapprove 44%

    This Poll s so utterly & pathetically off base that feel dirty after reading it & I need not comment any further, their poll speaks for it’s self. CNN wouldn’t even try to shovel this type of shit. Democrat Congress is trusted more than Trump Admin, WOW!

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Fox jumped the shark when deep state conspired to boot out Roger Ailes and install Murdoch and his sons.

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    • Justin says:

      I was about to comment on that very thing.

      The series of polls, starting at about 1:04 in the Ratcliffe video, are disturbing. It would have to mean that the average Fox viewer never watches Hannity, lol. I’m calling bunk!

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      • MAGADJT says:

        It’s not a poll of their viewers. It’s a national poll, and the vast majority of people don’t watch Hannity. He has about 3 million viewers a night, or < 1% of the US population.

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    • The Shaw Poll is historically biased and over-sampled Democrats by 8 points in their most recent Fox Poll results. Actually I would be more concerned about the Rasmussen Poll which has Trump’s approval rating at 45%, its lowest level since February. Trump supporters are getting frustrated by the illegal immigration crisis. A lot of talk, but no action!

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      • redthunder238 says:

        Rasmussen has a low poll once and awhile but they usually go back up to around 49 quickly. I wouldn’t read into the 45% too much unless it stays in that range for a week or two.

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      • John Rawls says:

        yeah, so let’s support democrats???
        most of understand democrats are blocking immigration reform.

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  30. The IG’s role – focusing on procedural reforms – is a very important role in and of itself which may also point the way forward for criminal investigation. As Mr. Barr said, “there’s a lot we still don’t know,” and the public over-estimates what they now know with sufficient certainty. This task must be “done right,” and it WILL take time. It’s been too long a time in coming.

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  31. A critical point that needs to be hammered home to EVERYONE is that “this isn’t politics anymore.” This is judicial … and military.

    “What if politicians who would stop at nothing had lawful access to everything – and used it as a weapon?”

    I’ve long been suspicious of a PATRIOT Act that “materialized” in its 900+ page glory without having spent any noticeable time being written. We don’t know how many Presidencies back this sort of thing has been going on – yet.

    But, either way, “Democrat vs. Republican” has become irrelevant, as has “whatever you do or don’t think of Donald Trump.” This is a fundamental assault on the very fabric of our nation and of our society, and it should be coldly treated as such. The color of your T-shirt no longer matters now.

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  32. 4EDouglas says:

    Damn the Polls-full speed ahead….

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  33. Zippy says:

    Oh, lets skip all of this -ENDLESS- nibbling around the edges, end the molasses drip in January pace of these crap “investigations,” and email all of those in the fedgov who would SEEM to be on the side of accountability and ask them to explain exactly why they aren’t investigating JUST EXACTLY THIS from a best selling author who has done THEIR work for them and then working their way DOWN the very complex chain. Are they afraid of what they’ll OFFICIALLY find because some of them like Nunes and Gowdy already know what they’ll find? I think so.:

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    • Zippy says:

      Report: William Barr Reviewing Intelligence Gathering Before FBI Opened Probe into Trump Campaign
      17 May 2019

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/05/17/report-william-barr-reviewing-intelligence-gathering-before-fbi-opened-probe-into-trump-campaign/

      “Barr is working closely with CIA Director Gina Haspel, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, and FBI Director Christopher Wray [who, on 25 Apr 2019, directed a COVER UP 25 year classification of incriminating materials which Dan Bongino revealed recently – Zippy], according to the WSJ. His review is not a criminal investigation “at this point,” the newspaper reported. There is no timetable for its completion. [OF COURSE NOT. – Zippy]”

      Yeah, I’ll believe in adequate results if I ever see them…

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      • Zippy, I am very fond of this quote:

        “The wheels of justice grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly fine.”

        It is not going to be easy to get to the bottom of this – bad-apples in every major department have obviously been heavily involved … possibly across many Administrations.

        (However, I do believe that “the 99.9%” of people who work in the Justice and Intelligence communities really do want to come clean about this – about something that has probably been going wrong for decades. These people daily hold themselves above reproach, and have dedicated both their careers and their lives to it. They are not the problem. But they’ll be (they right now are) among the most crucial “invisible resources” to help solve it. We must never know who you are, but thank you for your honor, and your silent service to us all.)

        The most important thing that I think that we can, and should, do as a People is to express “ZERO TOLERANCE” for these High CRIMES, no matter where and with whom they may be situated. In this we should be absolutely unified as American People – regardless of political party and regardless of what we do or don’t think about Donald Trump.

        Know This: If ‘The Due Process of Law” concludes that you did, in fact, abuse the access and the powers with which you were entrusted, then you will face punishment most severe … and we as a People will not rest until we find you.

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  34. Lengthy guidelines like these re-affirm the site owners’ commitment to quality of discourse. And, although I don’t browse through every comment that is made, I’m also generally impressed with the quality of those comments. Very often, they bring another angle – with citations – that further augments (or interprets) what the main post has started.

    This is the power of what Internet-based discourse CAN be, but so very often isn’t. CTH is a significantly better site than most – and, obviously, this is why.

    Sincere thanks, therefore, both to the site owners AND to the comment contributors.

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  35. steviedawn says:

    If you want to blow a gasket, go listen to the podcast, Talking Feds, 12. The Counterintelligence Investigation–deluded fools. I wish the IG would get that report out. I’m sick and tired of waiting.

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  36. Hebo Sabe says:

    God but I hate these leftist hosts.

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  37. Gregreyalan says:

    I’d love to hear some thoughts…
    (Predictions?)
    On where WE think this “investigate the investigators” Ends up.

    Assuming most here are fairly caught up,
    so no need to express outrage..
    Although that’s always welcome!
    just as a political matter, namely TRUMP
    2020.
    Maybe 1-5 scale
    one being a Russian hoax equalizer
    five being all hauled to jail…..

    And thoughts how this investigation
    influences re-election.

    MAGA

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  38. Donzo says:

    Regarding PTD’s tweets, while Trump’s instincts are impeccable, when it comes to tweets he is never wrong and that isn’t by accident. When he says it’s treason it’s because he knows that some will be charged as such.

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  39. with extra foam says:

    Is this correct? Barr describes the biggest scandal in US history as putting a finger on a scale? Does this mean that in the end there will be nothing more than policy recommendations and slaps on the wrist?

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  40. PVCDroid says:

    I’ve got a theory on Mueller: He’s deep state to the hilt of course. Hired Weissman to run the SC investigation from start to finish including hiring personnel. Bobby didn’t do much the entire time but was acting as babysitter to make sure the cabal didn’t do something stupid, which they did anyway (Stone arrest). When it came down to the end, Weissman and crew wanted Trump in jail and had obstruction indictments ready to go along with the report. The staff likely wanted to go further with the collusion BS (Corsi and Stone) but it there was too much at risk with facts that could surface with Gucifer2 and Assange, maybe even Seth Rich.

    Mueller saw the writing on the wall in that the cover was blown and too many facts were coming to light that could seriously cause jeopardy to SC staff if they went too far. With Barr in place they slowly backtracked and put the lid on the special council, crying in their beers. Chances of Mueller testifying are so slim because the questions Jordan and Meadows would throw at him would cause harm to his precious reputation and expose the dems further.

    By the time this is over, more dirt will surface implicating the SC in cover ups and malfeasance which is another reason Mueller decided to back down. I would imaging the past several months were spent looking at the jigsaw puzzle of potential backfires vs the desire to stick it to Trump and crew.

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