Does Barr’s Transparency With Mueller Report Indicate a Positive Shift for IG Horowitz Report?…

On June 14th, 2018, the DOJ Inspector General delivered a 568 page report on the DOJ and FBI handling of the Clinton investigation.

Those who reviewed the full report noted the executive summary was entirely disconnected from the body of material. Additionally, beyond the content disconnection, there was transparent coordination from the institutions of the DOJ and FBI which highlighted an unnerving sense of ongoing corrupt intent.

The IG report on FBI Clinton bias was released to the public Thursday June 14th, at approximately 1:00pm EDT.  Within 13 minutes Trey Gowdy released a public statement on the content.  Within 90 minutes the report was downloaded and shared by most media and investigation followers.  Within two hours the FBI announced a national press conference by FBI Director Chris Wray for 5:30pm EDT.  Four short hours after release.

When FBI Director Chris Wray approached the podium to announce the Inspector General had found “no evidence of political basis influencing the investigation”, but he was going to have everyone in the FBI undergo “bias training”, no-one at the press conference had read the full report.  No-one had time.

The 5:30pm presser looked like a strategic political move to capture the oxygen for the 6:00pm EDT nightly news lead and defend the institutions.

As the hours progressed, and more of the actual content of the report was able to be reviewed, it became obvious the ‘executive summary’ was written specifically to dilute the most damaging information.  Additionally, the full IG report was/is a challenging read.

In hindsight, and with full acceptance of a highly political special counsel investigation happening in the background of the FBI and DOJ, it became more obvious corrupt and sketchy officials within both institutions had a vested interest in the report content. The same “small group” is at the epicenter of both reports.

In short, the 2018 IG report of DOJ/FBI conduct during the Clinton investigation was heavy on narrative engineering; contained the fingerprints of institutional participants focused on justification (ie. ‘small group’); and was devoid of accountability for the bigger issues outlined within it.

The question becomes: will the 2019 IG report on DOJ/FBI handling of the FISA application process suffer the same outcome?

For the upcoming report the diminutive influence of Jeff Sessions is gone; the institutional protective influence of Rod Rosenstein is gone; and the corrupt intents of Andrew Weissmann and Robert Mueller are gone.  Unfortunately, on the FBI side, Chris Wray, David Bowditch and Dana Boente remain; along with the 40 “rank and file” FBI investigators who participated in the 2016, 2017 and 2018 operations.

Will Attorney General Bill Barr be more willing to allow the IG report to shine a light on DOJ/FBI issues and politically manufactured FISA submissions?

If the intent is to build public confidence in both institutions a third IG report without accountability is not likely to advance the goal.  And, as we see with the Papadopoulos entrapment operation and the recent redactions to the Kavalec report, the corrupt ‘rank and file’ are very clearly still present.

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321 Responses to Does Barr’s Transparency With Mueller Report Indicate a Positive Shift for IG Horowitz Report?…

  1. There are only two possible outcomes: Option one, people from Obama on down are prosecuted for the creation of a STASI-like spying apparatus which has been going on for years and the Spygate operation / Mueller investigation (the two-pronged operation to cover it all up) and we get to keep our country, or option two- we get the old Potomac Two-Step routine, the Obama shadow-government remains in place, the conspirators that have been flushed out resume their previous posts, and we live in a real live tyrannical police state the likes of which Hitler and Stalin could only have dreamed. And if you think that severe understatement is hyperbole, you’re sorely mistaken. If they aren’t dealt with, they will regain control and they will never let anything like this happen again. Those of us who supported Trump, Christians, Jews, Republicans, and Independents and even some Democrats will be dealt with quite harshly. Perhaps we won’t have the trains, the camps or the ovens- but if you think they get back into power and you’re still able to go to your job or run your business, you’ve got another thing coming.

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    • Toenail says:

      IMO Republican Uncle is correct. This issue may be difficult for the faint of heart to accept but everything that is described will happen. This is the last chance to make at least a small turn away from disaster.

      Liked by 7 people

    • There’s an option 3…really a 2b I guess. It’s an ugly one though.

      Keep your powder dry.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Glenn McAndrews says:

        I’m guessing that option 3 is what the Founding Fathers had in mind when things get really bad.

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        • 2zymos says:

          Yes sir,
          and its come to pass that this option is “not as ugly” as letting psychopaths continue in control of some (too many) positions of power. Letting bad men be uncharge of things is the big ugly — and the “in case of emergency” provision when failure of voting and persuasion to correct things… militia.

          Organized, well regulated or not so much, here it comes if congress, the courts, the media, and the DS continue to lock-out needed changes and attack “good men” to prevent the movement to the return of NATURAL LAW, the CONSTITUTION, the rule of law and the primacy of individual rights.

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    • Not hyperbole in the slightest. You are absolutely correct that if the Swamp Things are able to skate on this level of criminal behavior there will be no stopping them. There will be no more chances to avert the abyss, no more do-overs, no more Trumps. It will be the final end of the line for this country as it was founded.

      The trains, the camps, and the ovens won’t be like the ones used by the Germans in functionality and obviousness. But they will exist in some form and they will be used.

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      • burginthorn says:

        I think the answer to that already exists. Big tech. The Chinese have already demonstrated this via their Social Credit System. We’re seeing it now already as more and more conservatives are being punished for their views. Once this is integrated into the financial system its game over.

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        • 2zymos says:

          Game over…
          ??
          Only for peaceful resolution.
          If things turn out bad over the next 12-16 months — we move into the second half or the next “round” and the fight inevitably goes to violence.
          How much violence will be the only question on the table.
          One side can start it (in many ways the left is already violent, ask the family members of the Clinton gang and Clinton body count, ask Andrew Breitbart, ask Joan Rivers, ask Seal Team 6 Extortion 17 family members, ask benghazi survivors…).
          The losers decide how much violence before they quit.
          The winners have to figure out how to “control the end of violence” BEFORE they pick up the gun or else it turns out badly — history teaches.
          Violence is NOT the problem when violence is necessary.
          Control of violence, intent, and self imposed limits, these usually turn out to be the real issue. Founding fathers said: distrust the standing army and this…[emphasis mine]

          A well regulated militia being NECESSARY to the security of a free state…

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      • strateshooter says:

        I think the trains and camps will take the form of
        1.Legal Persecution > false accusation > you protest/self defend/you get jailed for obstruction of justice
        2. social Media Banning > your voice is removed in the electronic public square

        Everyone forgets about you. You never existed.
        I am surprised we are not seeing this already ? 🙂

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    • Darrell Michael Richardson says:

      If you really believe those are the only two options you really got another thing coming. Should justice not prevail we the people have a right to deal with it directly and it is called the 2nd amendment and written for a reason. I will never live under tyranny I did not fight 3 wars to allow it to happen to my country and I am only one of millions that feel the same way.

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      • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

        Thank you for your service and patriotism.
        You are right, we are many.

        Liked by 2 people

      • mark says:

        100% correct…the founders preserved our 2nd Amendment rights for this. They knew what an out of control corrupt, illegal government could do.

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      • Sportyclays says:

        At first glance, I might not fit the obvious profile of one who would respond to the call for a militia. My friends chuckle, but I don’t think I’m alone. The Left should be very afraid of the cold rage behind mild mannered exteriors.

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    • Justin Green says:

      I think that’s the correct two possible broad outcomes. Pretty simple.

      Either the spying stops, or it doesn’t. Pretty simple.

      In between that is a whole range of possible sub-outcomes.
      Nobody gets indicted.
      A few people get indicted.
      A lot of people get indicted.

      The problem with that much power is you can clean up the mess, but a new mess can be made. My fear is post-Trump. God willing, that’s 2025.

      IMHO, there are people on the FISA Court that might need to be in front of a grand jury, too. Knowingly approving illegal spying makes you complicit, if that is what happened.

      Lots of people are going to be claiming that they were duped and they didn’t “intend” to break the law, if it even gets that far. People like Stzrok and Page, the Ohrs, Baker, and some others left records of their intent, which is good.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        The deafening silence from/about the FiSA court is astounding and frightening. It is at the heart of this issue. It is incomprehensible that at least some of these judges were not complicit.

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        • Mr. T. says:

          And Justice Roberts is in charge of the FISA court and he has done nothing. Is this how he thinks it should be handled? With this silence on the issue? Add in his strange decision on Obamacare which did not meet the facts and his inaction becomes even stranger.

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      • mike says:

        The Star Chamber is here, now and yesterday …

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      • dwpender says:

        The FISA Judge who approved the first Page warrant should be, at the least, impeached. Given the (literally) monumental and historic significance of the warrant our DOJ and FBI were seeking, proper exercise of the judicial function called for extreme scrutiny of all the facts and circumstances surrounding the alleged “need” for the warrant. Approving the warrant without even holding a hearing — business as usual and standard operating procedure for the basic FISA application — was utterly inexcusable, and rendered the Judge complicit in all that transpired.

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    • strateshooter says:

      RU…you are largely correct but be under no illusion this is going to nasty and bloody.
      The Swamp is powerful but could be taken down.
      My main concern though is their Army > the controlled fake MSM + social media giants.
      Taking down Brennan and Comey et al will be easy but as soon as a move is made against them the MSM will be activated to go CRAZY , even to the point of instigating a Civil War.
      The Dem Party owned propaganda machine that KNOWINGLY conspired to take down POTUS by publishing a false narrative will have to part of the take down.
      How this is to be done (but it must be) is beyond my understanding or intellect though.
      And even though I hate them it makes even me feel uncomfortable that they be attacked.
      There must be PROOF POSITIVE that members of the MSM knowingly printed false information in order to serve Dem Party interests.

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      • mike says:

        I bet the MSM have a ton of unprosecuted crimes if anyone looks past their elite pre’16 Nomeclatura status. “Things go better with coke”

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      • 2zymos says:

        The proof of media activity to 1 act against the Constitution KNOWINGLY, 2 knowingly support others that were acting against the Constitution, and 3 provide aid and comfort to a DOMESTIC ENEMY: All will be beyond any reasonable doubt proven true…
        If the trial is ever indeed held.
        On that subject, a fab twitter thread was out this weekend providing information about Trump’s re-write of the UCMJ: what changes happened, why it probably happened, what does it probably mean.
        1 strengthened applicability to civilians involved in national security (GS, Contractors, oath takers in I.C., elected officials in offices responsible for upholding the Constitution for example) = Jurisdiction changes!!
        2 AG input to UCMJ procedures = conformity to constitution, alignment to procedural protections, due process input, legitimacy.
        3 Establishes the gov’t authority to choose the location of the trial — no right to change location by defendant
        4 Addressed (strengthened??) public right to see trial take place.
        5 Integration issues for having civilians brought before military procedures: subpeona powers, attorney’s from civilian law, etc

        All appearances indicate preparation for military tribunals.
        This would make it much easier to prosecute CIA officers for example: ones inside the media too!!! When “dark-forces” would attempt to degrade legitimacy or destroy the process, military trials in a defensible location (like gitmo) would seem to be warranted IF legitimacy and authority are maintained/respected.
        IMO, this is an option: military trials. Whether it is “the plan” or not: lots of circumstantial evidence that this was/is the plan and some evidence of execution steps are “out there”.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        Taking over the communication channels will be one of the first tactics of a militia. If any of those scum happen to be there at the time, all the better.

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    • Unfortunately, these are the realities of America in the early 21st century.

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    • tularevava says:

      I agree with you completely. But a nagging thought has been with me for two years. What if the corruption is so pervasive and encompasses both parties? What if bringing it all down endangers our entire country? I never agreed with much of the Patriot Act. I quit flying when I watched the TSA doing fake security checks. It was all theater. How much of what we’ve seen int he past decade has theater of the absurd?

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  2. JoD says:

    No idea where or how he obtained the information, but…
    Joe diGenova has said (twice) that the IG has already determined that three of the FISA warrants were “illegal” and he is in the process of making the same determination of the original warrant on which the subsequent three were based.
    He sounded extremely confident in this assertion.
    We’ll see.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      That was said at about the time that the memo from State to DOJ/FBI was released. Speculation was that IG did not have this memo, (Congress didn’t), and that he needed to reassess original FISA warrant.

      Who knows if any of that was right!

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      • BitterC says:

        It was also the same time he promised some sort of IG report on Comey in 2 wks & I believe 2 wks have passed.

        I like DiGenova a lot for his passion, but am beginning to wonder about his sources.

        He had also told us Trump had chose an AG and SHE had the Dems quaking

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        • Jaap Titulaer says:

          IG didn’t have the Kavalec email or notes, that should tell you something.
          Finding that clear evidence of criminal behaviour leads to shifting gears and delays.

          They also need to trace back who tried to hide the evidence recently (should be easy, may even be IG) and who hid it before (more important).
          And do it in such a way that people can be prosecuted.

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          • 2zymos says:

            We are in the age/case of massive deception by black hats to commit crimes and AND by white hats in order to investigate.
            IG perhaps said and especially OTHERS SAY “IG didn’t have the Kavalec memo”. Also noted is Congess saying it was hidden from them. It was most certainly held from us.
            But, this is often the case in investigative methodology — withholding information in order to get liars to lie and provide cover for knowing who to “call on or interview” but not letting on to others “you know who to interrogate about what”.
            — Maybe IG and others DID have the memo — maybe we have some more time needed before prosecutions and indictments really start.
            –If I was investigating, I would have held back kavalec memo — and look what we know now that we “see” Wrey trying to classify it in Apr 2019 when he finally “knows it”.
            This whole thing will get even way more complex before it gets really simple to understand. Government crimes in a classified environment, spying cases, always very convoluted until right at the very end.
            Unwinding the deep state… stay cold angry.

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        • Julian says:

          Trump is Draining the Swamp!

          Trust Trump!!

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        • Oscar Torres says:

          He also told us that there would be “mass resignations” within the FBI if Hillary was allowed to get away with her crimes. I think Digenova is getting played.

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    • I heard that same interview. The shocker was that the IG was prepared to proclaim that the first FISA was legal. This would have exonerated Brennan, Clapper, Comey & Yates. It was only after some patriot leaked the Kavelac notes that the IG’s whitewash was exposed, forcing the IG to “go back and re-examine the first FISA.”

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        Lots of interpreting to a confusion not in evidence.

        DiGenova said three FISA applications determined illegal and more work was required on the first. Kovalec memo became public knowledge shortly afterward.

        The only conclusion to draw is the noose is getting tighter. James Baker soon after started making mea culpa noises about “mistakes.”

        Getting very hot and President Trump threw Chris Wray right under the bus this week as AG Barr cagily notes to the public a review isn’t possible due to certain information not available.

        We really don’t know much as rumors about declassification have begun trending louder.

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  3. Margaret Berger says:

    I love Joe and want to believe everything he says but that may be my problem. I waited and checked the internet all day Friday waiting for the comey drop that Joe indicated was coming. I am still waiting.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      He didn’t give a date, did he?

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      • Bill G says:

        He said “a couple weeks” a couple weeks ago.

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        • dwpender says:

          On April 25, he said on the Angle, the IG Comey report would be out in “two weeks.” That meant May 9. Still waiting (and no update — nobody asks him). Unfortunately, the host (Laura was not in) failed to ask any followup question about what exactly the separate “Comey report” was to cover. Because the IG’s main report is on FISA abuse, I presumed the Comey one dealt with his Richman leaking. If so, there is no reason the new revelations should delay that.

          I share the sentiments of many expressed above. I like Joe, but I’ve learned he’s not always as well “tuned in” to what’s going on behind the scenes as his confident delivery suggests.

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    • jebg46 says:

      Joe DeGenova does sound very confident that Barr will do what the law requires. Joe keeps saying the OIG report will be devastating and that there will be indictments. I’m trying not to think it’s too good to be true.

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    • WRB says:

      These reports take 50% of the time to complete the last 5% of the work. People singled out as bad actors are given time to respond, and then the IG writes a response to the response. I’s are dotted, T’s crossed, hundreds of pages reviewed. And if someone finds a problem or new information comes in that changes a conclusion, then it takes weeks to incorporate it into the report.

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      • LivLovely101 says:

        Correct, WRB.
        As a former Special Investigator, I know that when completing a report that will be a part of a court case, everything has to be perfect. EACH fact AND EACH crime must be evidence-based. Even the lies that were told in this case, are evidence and fact.
        So imagine you’re finished investigating and your report is in the proof stage, when another piece of evidence makes itself known.
        You then not only have to investigate this new evidence, but then have to go back to your report, see where it ties in, who it ties in with, why was it withheld etc etc. And there are a lot of etceteras!

        This entire hoax began as a lie, then more lies were added as needed to explain other lies, and the MSM watered the big pile of BS 24/7 to keep it growing for 2+years.
        So digging thru this giant ball of dung must be awful. We just have to be patient; s**t happens.

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      • LivLovely101 says:

        Correct, WRB.
        As a former Special Investigator, I know that when completing a report that will be a part of a court case, everything has to be perfect. EACH fact AND EACH crime must be evidence-based. Even the lies that were told in this case, are evidence and fact.
        So imagine you’re finished investigating and your report is in the proof stage, when another piece of evidence makes itself known.
        You then not only have to investigate this new evidence, but then have to go back to your report, see where it ties in, who it ties in with, why was it withheld etc etc. And there are a lot of etceteras!

        This entire hoax began as a lie, then more lies were added as needed to explain other lies, and the MSM watered the big pile of BS 24/7 to keep it growing for 2+years.
        So digging thru this giant ball of dung must be awful. We just have to be patient; s**t happens.

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  4. gary says:

    hiding bias, and trying to hide fisa abuse are two different things. no way this gets the rug.

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  5. Carrie says:

    At the end of the day, the FISA court itself needs to be dealt with. It is a lopsided court, beholden to no one and ripe for future abuse. The judges aren’t even interested in punishing those that lied and misled the court. It isn’t even clear what kind of powers they possess to sanction any guilty parties, further weakening any proper resolution or deterrence for future players.

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    • Ackman420 says:

      Get rid of it. It’s unconstitutionaI, IMO. I knew it was a star chamber when I first heard of it at the age of 13.
      Why do we allow a court where there is no oversight due to corruption? Seems illegal and definitely UnAmerican.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        “Seems illegal and definitely UnAmerican.”

        That’s why they called it the “USA PATRIOT Act”. To make you feel better. Rah, rah, sis boom bah.

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        • tampa2 says:

          Mr. piddles. Agree wholeheartedly. Yet, as with all institutions, there are bad apples. I know one of the FISA judges. One of the most honorable people I know. Honesty, integrity and dignity defines this person. I’m embarrassed for this person to be characterized as “corrupt”.

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    • USMCLt says:

      FISA Court, FBI, CIA…all rogue agencies, operating outside Constitutional boundaries, that should be dismantled. Along with the permanent shuttering of these outfits, all of their members, whether in leadership or not, that acted outside the law should be prosecuted for their crimes against the American citizenry.

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      • mike says:

        Alphabet agencies, definitely begin taking their guns away. So many armed agencies are predatory swamp creatures. Only the US Marshalls for alphabet agencies’ service not directly mentioned as functions in the Constitution. (e.g post office and borders)

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  6. I will never have confidence in any department of the US government, especially the FBI, the CIA, the DoJ, and the DoS. Individuals who have clearly demonstrated a superlative performance over a sustained period of time, yes. The institutions themselves, never.

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  7. Mac says:

    The problem here is that Spygate was undertaken to protect HRC. It was a slapdash operation which encompassed multiple government agencies, foreign government agencies, personnel and assets, as well as civilian operatives, such as the DNC, the Clinton Campaign and Fusion GPS. This is being spun as a “small group” of people who were simply out to get Trump BAMN. And, this is simply not true. Spygate was a huge operation. To have any chance of succeeding, it had to have support from most of DC, including a substantial number of Democrat and Republican Congressmen, as well as a significant portion of the Establishment.. I keep asking why HRC was so important to the government establishment that it would put so much on the line to protect her. Whatever it was, there is a good chance that the reason still exists. And, that means that DC still wants to protect HRC. And, that means that we may never see any meaningful results from any government investigation. It would be nice if the media was actually more than the propaganda arm of the Democrat Party.

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    • Jay Currie says:

      “Spygate was undertaken to protect HRC”

      That is the entry point. HRC was deeply corrupt and the Uniparty was complicit.

      Everything flows from this fact and the astonishing fact President Trump won. Had HRC won none of this would have seen the light of day and there would be promotions all round. She lost, these people are…language I don’t use in the Treehouse.

      Go back to HRC and this all unravels.

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      • USMCLt says:

        I have heard HRC described as a “globalist princess”. I think that term may be more accurate than most people realize. She and Bill likely hold the keys to this huge globalist, progressive Enterprise. And the “keys” are likely to be massive computer files, detailing the who, what, where, when and why of the whole kit and caboodle. The Clintons have worked this way for decades. And most importantly, they will take Barack down with them, if it comes to that.

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      • mike says:

        Hillary already knows she needs a short drop or none at all …

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    • FishtheDish says:

      I totally agree – this is too big of an operation. This takes planning, organization, statusing, and logistics. Not done by a few at the top.

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  8. haruspex says:

    Forget the investigation. Let the Ds enjoy the same spying. Let Trump weaponize the intel agencies and get the RNC to pay for a dossier w/ Harris/Biden/Warren/Buttigieg/Sanders colluding with the Chinese. Does anyone really think Hunter Biden will survive the 2020 Steele Dossier redux? Let Trump’s agencies circulate the dossier to friendly media and then use the stovepipe articles in their FISA court submission to wiretap and “investigate” his political opponents.

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    • Justin Green says:

      It doesn’t work in reverse.

      The media narrative would all the sudden flip flop 180 degrees were Trump to do that. All the sudden it would be “illegal spying by Trump” 24/7 on CNN.

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    • Imagine the headlines if a Repub VP and SoS visited China and upon their return their sons started a billion $$ consulting engagement with the govt of China when neither son has any experience in the field. This is corruption 101. Naturally the enemedia is not interested.

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  9. Bill says:

    I started thinking the other day, how can the feds/dems blackmail all these judges and all these RINO’s. Are all of them guilty and dirty? Then I stopped an thought about the power of that data base and realized, the FISA judges, RINO’s and anyone else caught up don’t have to be dirty. That machine let them dig into the lives of their kids and spouses and whomever else is close to them. So all they need to do is find a little dirt that could send one of them away for 10+ years and then you get the judge, RINO or whoever to play ball. That technology needs to be destroyed. They can come up with a crime on virtually anybody if they try hard enough.

    That’s why there hasn’t been any true whitehats that have at the very least been able to stand up and say I don’t care if I go down, I’m taking you with me. It’s because they are leveraging family members like in Flynn’s case. This is so terrible.

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  10. FishtheDish says:

    So…I agree that the prior (HRC email) IG report had a disconnect from the Exec Summary to all the myriads of problematic details. BUT – has anything come to light after the report that would indicate untruthfulness? I think so – Page’s testimony that the DOJ blocked the investigation was not covered in his report. A big deal!

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  11. Screaming Eagle says:

    I’m not counting on IG. He lied or overlooked all the bad deeds done in his first report. Wray, who said no bias was evident, then ordered bias training, just sealed a bunch of documents last week until 2050. They are still at it. Its maddening!

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  12. Oscar says:

    Yes. Remember when the media was labeling Bushes ‘foreign survelance’ program as ‘domestic spying? The even won Pulitzer for it….Snowden shows up with an even worse scenario under Obama and all we get is silence. If Orwell were here today….

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  13. Robert "SPYDER" Walters says:

    The American People will NOT tolerate another watered down report excusing the In-Depth Corruption within the past DOJ, FBI, CIA and the DNC. The Liberal Socialist Democratic Parties Corruption must be Exposed. Those guilty of Conspiracy to Commit Sedition, Treason must be held responsible. The American People demand TRUTH AND JUSTICE

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