Sharyl Attkisson Discusses “Spygate” as a Cover Operation….

Sharyl Attkisson discusses Spygate from the position of the Obama intelligence apparatus having a history of political surveillance they needed to cover-up.  A Trump victory in 2016 sent panic throughout the intelligence apparatus.

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CTH agrees, everything after March 9th, 2016, is a function of two intelligence units, the CIA and FBI, operating together to cover-up prior political surveillance operations.

Prior to March 9th, 2016, the surveillance and spy operation was using the NSA database to track and monitor their political opposition.  However, once the NSA compliance officer began initiating an internal review of who was accessing the system, the CIA and FBI moved to create ex post facto justification for their endeavors. [Full Backstory]

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194 Responses to Sharyl Attkisson Discusses “Spygate” as a Cover Operation….

  1. yy4u says:

    Sharyl Attkisson touches on something I think is important.

    It isn’t just Trump. It is ANYONE who poses a threat to the deep state. Kim Stassel touched on the same subject in the video Sundance put up yesterday.

    Trump plus Flynn made for a HUGE problem for the Deep State/Globalists and they knew it (“First we f*** Flynn, then we f*** Trump”). Flynn knew HOW to uncover the “bodies”, Trump, as president, would have the authority to disinter them. ANYBODY who posed a threat to the system (maybe Cruz) would have been subjected to the exact same treatment. (Jeb! and his mini me Rubio would have gone along as Jeb!s brother and father did, just glad to be president so they could pretend to care about the United States while at the same time admitting boatloads of “immigrants” and engaging in wars that benefited their donors).

    So the Deep State DID EXACTLY what Strzok’s email said — “First we f*** Flynn” — and with the Mueller report was trying to impeach President Trump. Problem solved. Pence in office and he doesn’t have the wherewithal to fight his way out of a wet paper bag.

    POTUS made a mistake in firing Flynn and he should correct it. As soon as Flynn is sentenced, he should pardon him and appoint him to find out how all this happened.

    So far as Pence, either he was part of the “get Flynn” movement OR he’s too naive to be vice president and needs to resign. Sessions seems to be cut from the same cloth. Both appear to be good, moral men who either can’t play hardball or don’t want to. I frankly don’t know which.

    POTUS is saying the right thing — “so this will never happen to anyone again” and playing along with it being a few rogue agents in the FBI and lawyers in the DOJ when those of us who have been paying attention understand it would NEVER happen to a Democrat or Unipartyist (like a Bush) — candidates they throw in now and then to keep up the illusion we have a two party system when we don’t. We haven’t had since Reagan left office. Perot warned us. We didn’t listen

    Rant over, thanks for listening.

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    • California Joe says:

      No! You can’t have Flynn working for President Trump. He’s toxic and would only attract another investigation of something else he did years ago. Better to put him to work for a Conservative thinktank and have him advise President Trump unofficially this way everything is insulated!

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      • 2zymos says:

        Wow. Half or better of the “men” who actually started the fight at Lexington and Concord would have been called toxic… Sam Adams was often called “toxic” and worse. …only “toxic” to status quo or absence of psych or physical conflict.

        Conflict “avoiders” are important to the fight only if the other side is EQUALLY interested in “conflict avoiding” — as soon as someone wants to punch your teeth in then you need men like Flynn on your team.

        This fight started in the realm of “approval and good press and optics” as drivers but will be finished in the realm of truth, logic, and physical arrests and punishments, with or without “civil-war” as dictated by when or IF <> the other side starts a shooting war.

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    • 2zymos says:

      Addition:
      It goes way beyond politics and press — John Q Public was targeted using the “spy apparat” and FB/e-mail/social-media etc to then target LernerIRS, NapolitanoDHS, OSHA, FDA, TSA, ATF, DEA etc ONTO JQ Public effective local and state leaders.
      I was there at the forefront of that battle. It happened to me and all around me — Englebrecht, Janda, Arpio, Zullo, Wayne Allen Root, nameless and numberless patriots and tea party “members”…
      Resolution and prevention of a repeat is necessary but will really be a sucky and heavy lift — if we get out of the “civil conflict” without much more bloodshed than already has occurred (Clinton body count reference there) we will be very fortunate indeed.

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    • You don’t know Vice President Mike Pence, at all. You are dead wrong about him. He is completely onboard with President Trump’s agenda. I don’t understand the anti-Pence posts I read here with regularity. Vice President Pence is NOT Deep State! It sows dissent, distrust and discord everything time the Vice President is accused of disloyalty. We don’t need this crap in the run up to 2020. Knock it off!

      I agree with your views about Lt. General Mike Flynn.

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    • AnotherView says:

      Pence isn’t what he appears to be. He’s big friends with Paul Ryan. And no one can call Ryan a Trump supporter. He’s a swamp creature, and so is Pence. I wouldn’t at all be surprised to see Pence run in 2020 with Nikki Haley. They’re both ambitious and the establishment would love that ticket.

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      • No!!!! You do not know what you’re talking about. Vice President Pence is NOT a swamp creature, at all. He completely supports President Trump, the Administration and its agenda, policies and goals.

        He considers his Vice Presidency to be “an honor of a lifetime” – that is a direct quote from Vice President Pence’s mouth to my ears…. as he stared into my eyes with as much conviction as I’ve ever seen in any man. He said this after I personally thanked him for his service to our country and apologized for the disrespect and abuse he and his wife had to put up with.

        We spent a week with his staff and probably 20 minutes with him, ourselves, while we hosted a campaign rally in our business at our airport. His speech was amazing and in lockstep with President Trump… except he doesn’t use occasional salty language.

        I am telling you, the Vice President is devoted to President Trump and 100% believes in the President.

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  2. Battleship Wisconsin says:

    Sundance notes that once the NSA compliance officer began initiating an internal review of who was accessing the NSA’s database system, the CIA and FBI moved to create ex post facto justification for their endeavors.

    An important question arises. What did the NSA itself know about Spygate, separately and apart from what other government agencies such as the FBI and the CIA knew, and when did the NSA know it?

    In the spring of 2016, could the NSA have been monitoring the DNC’s external network and email data traffic? If the NSA has a complete record of the external data traffic into and out of the DNC’s network and email servers, can the NSA determine with some reasonable certainty whether or not those servers had been successfully hacked by outside actors, and if so, by whom?

    If the NSA does possess a complete record of the DNC’s in/out network and email traffic, could it become the definitive trail of evidence needed to establish conclusively that hacking of the DNC network by outside actors did in fact occur, and that the hacking was done by the Russians named in the Mueller indictments?

    Another related question arises. Could the DNC’s in/out network traffic, if a record of it exists somewhere inside the NSA, also be used to establish an independent and legally valid chain of custody for evidence which might be presented in a legal proceeding?

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    • czarowniczy says:

      There is no doubt the NSA has a record, they provide all encryption systems (by law) used in the Federal government and have, for a long time, monitored the megadata for new systems.

      Regardless of what, if any, encryption the DNC used the NSA has the raw data and if they’d targeted Hillary’s, the DNC’s or anyone’s emails you can bet their warehouse of supercomputers has cracked it. Thing is getting them to cough it up…even if it still exists.

      It would be in their best interests to not be able to locate it or any records of having worked it, and considering the size of their data collection just from then to now and their abilities to manipulate data…good luck finding it. They have no reason to find it and every reason to bury it.

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      • yy4u says:

        Agreed. They’ll never admit they are spying on us all all the time.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Oh they have, they admitted years ago to have been vacuuming all of the trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific cable metadata for decades and they’ve openly talked about sucking up the US’s daily metadata as they couldn’t get the various carriers to do so. OK, they don’t say their ‘spying’ on us but what they say and what’s happening is just an Orwellian Newspeak exercise. Would you take that kind of parsing from your kids?

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      • antiqueiron says:

        Easily remedied by Trump. The NSA works for HIM. Besides, the top NSA brass is complicit & will be in jail soon anyway. So Trump orders HIS guy to turn it over forthwith. Remember, Trump is the freakin’ boss. He orders it, they give him a snappy “yes sir” and comply…or get a 3 am kick in their front door visit. Simple.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Never worked in the Beltway, have you?

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          • antiqueiron says:

            Don’t have to work in the beltway. Trump can fire everyone in the NSA tomorrow if he wants, & close the entire shop down. He has about 4 million troops to do it with if he needs them. The NSA isn’t God, they’re a government agency that works for the President.

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            • czarowniczy says:

              No, he can;’t just wipe out a government agency by himself, that would require Congressional approval.

              The NSA is under the DoD and the DoD isw a Cabinet level agency. The President is the head of DoD as the President/CinC, but to believe that any president can exert direct and anywhere near complete control over any agencies as big and diverse as the CIA or NSA is a pipe dream. Carter tried back when the CIA was smaller and less powerful than it is now and failed miserably.

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              • antiqueiron says:

                I’m not buyin’ it. The President can order them all to go “count trees” in Alaska if he wants. POTUS appoints the heads of these agencies. He “hires” his Cabinet. They all work for him. He puts in people who will follow his orders. At least he should. The Cabinet is “his” team. If they won’t follow orders, he fires them. For example, Trump can pick up the phone & call Nakasone & say “close down your server farm in Utah today.” He would expect Nakasone to get it done. If he says no, then Trump fires him & appoints next guy up. But let’s say you are correct. In that case it all needs to be burned to the ground & started over. Said agencies must be smaller & completely responsive to the POTUS. I cannot imagine any agency head telling the President of the United States “no,” You don’t tell POTUS no.

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                • czarowniczy says:

                  He’s a CEO, not a dictator. He has constraints otherwise we wouldn’t need/have a Congress and Supreme Court. You don’t have to believe it to be true, a President may order the creation of a department like Bush did Homeland Security but once it’s built it and it’s employees come under a library full of Federal law. The main reason Bush got DHS was that no jobs were lost, indeed more were created, and Congressional districts didn’t lose money directly.

                  Just go back to Carter trying to reform the CIA. He couldn’t order it to close so he put Stansfield Turner in to reform it but all he succeeded in doing was pissing off a lot of people. If Trump had decided to try and destroy the NSA within minutes of being sworn in on Inauguration Day I can guarantee that it would still be in trying to get it done, fighting interests in both parties, were he to serve a full 8 years. This isn’t like closing one building at Ft Meade, it’s trying to close an agency with ~40,000 employees and a wide grasp that encompasses many powerful contacts nationally and internationally. An agency Congress, and not the White House oversees. Good luck, speaking from over 40 years of combines government service I can guarantee you that ANY Federal agency with the power and reach of the Beltway intel agencies ain’t going nowhere except forward.

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  3. Fools Gold says:

    Agree with everything said with one exception. The heathens knew Donald Trump was not acting on Russia’s behalf and the same heathens were spying on all suspected challengers of their regime and anyone who represented a threat to their cabal.

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  4. I do not know Ms. Attkisson but based on what I think I know of her, I think the world of her. She and Lara Logan were two of the first investigative main stream journalists to see what was happening in their world. With everything else that has now come to light, I hope AG Barr will take a new look at her computer case. F so, I believe she will be vindicated! (I believe it strongly enough that I have donated to her gofundme page. I’ve never done that for anyone else.)

    https://www.gofundme.com/sharyl-attkisson-4th-am-litigation?viewupdates=1&rcid=r01-155702670189-06a6106ba9804390&utm_medium=email&utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=p_email%2B1137-update-supporters-v5b

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  5. AnotherView says:

    The Bilderberg Group controls the media, hence they set the narrative. Check the list of attendees every year and see how many major media are invited.

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  6. CountryDoc says:

    Like Sharyl and Trump, or academicians who go against Green, Climate change, LBGWT, it is not safe to buck the Deep State/NWO narrative. We really are at war. We really are in a 1984 like situation.

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  7. The Gipper Lives says:

    Not only were the Obamacrats spying on Sharyl Attkisson, they also planted classified documents on her computer. They were going to frame her just like President Trump and all the others.

    Good thing Director Wray ordered bias training.

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  8. Josey Wales says:

    We need the Conservative Treehouse to publicize the fact that at the very moment the Mueller Report was released Julian Assange was arrested and silenced. Mueller knew that Assange could destroy his Report. It shows the worldwide power of the Deep State. Not one media outlet has connected the dots.

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