Comey and Brennan Contradict Each Other on “Crown Material” (ie. Dossier)…

The Christopher Steele dossier was called “Crown Material” by FBI agents within the small group during their 2016 political surveillance operation. The “Crown” description reflects the unofficial British intelligence aspect to the dossier as provided by Steele.

Recently, former House Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy stated there are emails from former FBI Director James Comey that outline instructions from CIA Director John Brennan to include the “Crown Material” within the highly political Intelligence Community Assessment.

Specifically -as outlined by Gowdy- the wording of the Comey email is reported to say:

…”Brennan is insisting the Crown Material be included in the intel assessment.”

However, on May 23rd, 2017, in testimony -under oath- to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) John Brennan stated [@01:54:28]:

GOWDY: Director Brennan, do you know who commissioned the Steele dossier?

BRENNAN: I don’t.

GOWDY: Do you know if the bureau [FBI] ever relied on the Steele dossier as part of any court filing, applications?

BRENNAN: I have no awareness.

GOWDY: Did the CIA rely on it?


GOWDY: Why not?

BRENNAN: Because we didn’t. It wasn’t part of the corpus of intelligence information that we had. It was not in any way used as a basis for the Intelligence Community Assessment that was done. Uh … it was not.


Video of the exchange [prompted 01:54:28 just hit play]


As Victor Davis Hanson writes:

[…] James Clapper, John Brennan, and James Comey are now all accusing one another of being culpable for inserting the unverified dossier, the font of the effort to destroy Trump, into a presidential intelligence assessment—as if suddenly and mysteriously the prior seeding of the Steele dossier is now seen as a bad thing. And how did the dossier transmogrify from being passed around the Obama Administration as a supposedly top-secret and devastating condemnation of candidate and then president-elect Trump to a rank embarrassment of ridiculous stories and fibs?

Given the narratives of the last three years, and the protestations that the dossier was accurate or at least was not proven to be unproven, why are these former officials arguing at all? Did not implanting the dossier into the presidential briefing give it the necessary imprimatur that allowed the serial leaks to the press at least to be passed on to the public and thereby apprise the people of the existential danger that they faced?  (read more)

Fox News Maria Bartiromo has more knowledge of the details within the 2016 political surveillance scandal than any other MSM host.  Bartiromo has followed the events very closely and now she is the go-to person for those who are trying to bring the truth behind the scandal to light.

This morning on her Fox Business Network show Ms. Bartiromo outlined the current issues between Comey and Brennan.  WATCH:


It certainly looks like former CIA Director John Brennan has exposed himself to perjury.  However, beyond that and even more disturbing, what does this say about the political intents of a weaponized intelligence apparatus?

(Read ICA via pdf)

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154 Responses to Comey and Brennan Contradict Each Other on “Crown Material” (ie. Dossier)…

  1. freepetta says:


    Liked by 17 people

  2. One law for thee..but not for me!

    Liked by 13 people

    • PatriotKate says:

      I am concerned that time is not on our side. I believe that the longer it goes on without dumping all the information, the more divided we become and opinions are hardened. That means when the full truth is exposed, the shock and reactions are going to be akin to right after the election and probably worse.

      I think it’s hammer time. Time to pull off the band-aid and let it rip!

      Liked by 15 people

      • boomerbeth says:

        Statute of Limitations too.
        Kkklinton has expired on her email & obstruction of justice, but not fake dossier.
        Nellie Ohr has not.
        Kkklinton Foundation money-laundering still has a little more time.
        Game is ALWAYS “RUNOUT THE CLOCK”.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Bill Henslee says:

        Pres. Trump just ordered all the documents to be in the hands of the AG with full authority to release as he sees fit. “Release the Kraken!


    • Judge Nap is greasing the jambs of America’s collective Overton Window. By the time it happens, everyone will just remark that “There’s a Two-Tiered Justice System in America that ALWAYS lets the ‘Big Fish’ walk free!”

      But no one will actually DO a single thing to change it. We love wallowing in our self-pity.


  3. Justin says:

    Holy smokes. I might be the first post!

    This reminds me of Gowdy’s reminder to check for emails between Comey and Brennan and Tapper.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Justin Green says:

      Dang. Missed it.

      If it can be shown that they coordinated on this, then they’re all lying about lying, lol.

      Just like their benefactor, Hillary Clinton.

      Liked by 10 people

      • delighteddeplorable says:

        They learned from the beast. Uh, best. 👹

        Liked by 12 people

      • TarsTarkas says:

        But, but, don’t two lies equal the truth? And gosh darn it, we believed our lies, we KNEW they had to be true, so we shouldn’t be accused of acting in bad faith for trying to take Orange Man Bad down! Because, because, maybe, just MAYBE, he COULD have been a Russian Asset! The fate of the universe hung in the balance!

        F**kin lying corrupt power-hungry assholes. Incompetent too.

        Liked by 13 people

  4. Sherri Young says:

    Discussing Crown Material just in time for a visit to the queen.

    Liked by 14 people

  5. Terry Steele says:

    what if….what if the salacious parts of the dossier are in fact based on failed attempts to frame Donald Trump? would that make a bit more sense about why they are suddenly trying to walk the dossier back???

    Liked by 2 people

    • David A says:

      What if???

      Liked by 4 people

    • namberak says:

      Well yeah … but … it’s just a work of fiction. Fundamentally, these clowns are lazy and having tried to frame DJT would have required actual effort. Easier just to make some garbage up. You don’t even have to get out of your jammies.

      Liked by 2 people

      • oldumb says:

        Lazy, lol. I really don’t think they were taking it easy. What happened is the hard work of framing PDJT failed. We will find out why. Probably good fortune and smart decisions. But the lazy accusation, well I would need to see some indication of that.


    • testpointwp says:

      The dossier is in fact a work of fiction created by Nellie Ohr.

      I would have loved to have seen the look of glee on her face, when she found out that Michael Cohen was in Prague. Quickly typing that into her little piece of fiction. And the look of horror on her face when she found out it was the wrong Michael Cohen.

      Whoa Nellie. Now Woe Nellie.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. CNN_sucks says:

    Brennan, a replacement for Hillary going to jail. We are fine with that.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Query says:

    Don’t let your hopes for prosecution of the perps get out of hand.
    Barr might well do a few token gesture charges on the obvious like McCabe and Comey, but maybe not too serious charges,.
    What we have to understand is that this whole elite political / bureaucratic class, Republican and Democrat and independent, is terrified of discrediting Government Institutions for generations more than they admire and pursue justice.
    It’s just the way it is.

    Liked by 8 people

    • nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

      Even 1 felony conviction and 1 day in prison would be sufficient to end their “post political” careers. Along with being required to make restitution for investigative and court fees from personal accounts, would be sufficient to prevent a revolt of the masses.

      Would not be as far as I would like to see it go, but may be most punitive option possible.

      Liked by 1 person

      • John-Y128 says:

        Baloney, 1 felony conviction & 1 day in prison, would be a ‘Badge of Honor’ and a debt paid in full to society with a life-time job at CNN, where they might not hold a government job but I’m sure they’d get their government healthcare & pension.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Johnny says:

      Well if that happens as you say,

      I would hope that everytime we are picked for jury duty on any federal trial the answer should be not guilty.

      Shut them down on prosecution of We the people.


    • MTeresa says:

      I really am afraid you are correct. However, I am cautiously optimistic.

      Hope springs eternal!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jederman says:

      I understand the argument, but they’re already discredited. They’re gone. Half the country knows.

      The only way to regain credibility is to come clean. I reject the too big to fail argument, wherever it raises it’s ugly head. Do we have equal justice for all or not?

      Liked by 14 people

      • amwick says:

        If they wiped away all the dirt, there would be nothing left of these people..
        Nothing.. they are dirty to their core…

        Liked by 4 people

      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        Look for Maria to be the next FOX News personality boycotted or otherwise attacked, possibly (hell, even likely) from within, now that the repugnant Lyin’ Paul Ryan is on the executive staff……she’s getting too close to exposing it all.


        Liked by 3 people

      • terryjlongo says:

        Discredited except within MSM land.


      • Query says:

        I agree with what you say 100%.
        But it won’t happen.
        The Institutions are home free if there are almost no prosecutions, what the CTH knows is not burned into the public consciousness.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Newhere says:

        Exactly. I know we’re all understandably discouraged by decades or institutional protection; but that can’t stop us from assimilating the REALITY that this time there has been a counter-campaign by well-placed executive and legislative branch officials who have released HARD EVIDENCE of criminality in REAL TIME, which has allowed us to put together the outlines of criminal conspiracy based on demonstrated facts. Affirmed by the president and directly taken up by the AG.

        We’re at (or near) the END of a war over the credibility of these institutions; I think we are correct to judge that the effort to FORCE credibility by a steady public campaign of releasing the truth has won. There may be some blunted edges; but a good faith reckoning has been forced. The alternative, I believe, has become untenable.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Suzanne says:

      What they fail to grasp is that the only possible way they can restore people’s faith in the institutions is to send every single one of these criminals to Leavenworth

      Liked by 4 people

      • Pelayo says:

        And get rid of Wray. The FBI will never be reformed with him at the helm and the American people will never trust the FBI. His weak/scandalous performance after the IG report was nauseating. Not sure what DJT is waiting for. Now that the Mueller report is out they cannot hold his personnel decisions over him and call them obstruction of justice. He should ask Barr for his personnel decision. Hell just let Barr run both DOJ and FBI.

        Liked by 1 person

        • jebg46 says:

          Wray signing to seal the Kevalac memo for 25 yrs, 2041, on April 26, 2019 just proved he is covering up FBI crimes. Unforgivable. Not sure what law it might violate but he put a noose around their necks.


    • Query, By NOT sending the elites to trial discredits the government institutions. Justice must be for all, if it doesn’t then we will never be able to hold politicians and other govt employees to the rule of law that the rest of us must follow.

      Liked by 3 people

    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      I believe they are hiding behind the “protecting the institutions” bullsquat much the same as they have been hiding behind “national security” as a cloak to hide their crimes, corruption, and TREASON. They are all FAR MORE WORRIED about their own TREASONOUS A$$ES (and fortunes) than they are their oh-so-holy “institutional reputations.”


      Liked by 3 people

    • boomerbeth says:

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  8. Big George says:

    Sundance: thanks for all of your hard work.

    A thought occurred to me reading this article that is probably old news to you, but I realized that the Intelligence Community doesn’t want to find out if the Steele Dossier is Russian disinformation, because, if it was, then it undermines the claim that Russia interfered to help Trump. And there are none so blind as those who will not see.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Sidney Powell says:

      They all knew it was bogus. That’s why they didn’t try to verify it.

      Liked by 30 people

      • amwick says:


        But… I wouldn’t have used the word bogus… I can think of a couple others…



      • ALEX says:

        Indeed. The first time I read the Dossier I couldn’t believe this was to be taken serious and it obviously wasn’t.

        Liked by 3 people

      • livefreeordieguy says:

        Yup, they never even tried… and Mueller couldn’t bring himself to go for a fourth renewal of the Page FISA… The third one was in his early days so he had plausible deniability… A fourth one would have been all on him… And that sack of garbage was not up for a fourth go.

        Liked by 1 person

      • farrier105 says:

        It’s easy to knock it down with the other side. When Maggie “Tee-em-Up” Haberman claims the dossier has “not been disproven” just agree and say:

        1. That means Putin’s blackmail file on Hillary is not disproven.
        2. That means a Russian mole in the DNC is not disproven.
        3. That means I can believe there is a Russian consulate in Miami even if it does not physically exist.

        Haberman never bothers to answer.


      • boomerbeth says:

        Nellie Ohr authored ALL OF IT . PAID WELL IN DEAD PRESIDENT$$.


  9. Baby El says:

    Crown material – my god, what b*llsh*t. It is unbelievable how much they try to hide evidence behind the veneer of language

    Liked by 9 people

    • amwick says:

      Now that was one of the words I was thinking of…

      Liked by 2 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      That’s a good description of what it is. it’s the same word Trump called fake news also.


      • The Fake News people know that the best way to shed the clothes of ‘Fake’ is to dress themselves instantly in ‘True News’. CNN can predictably be seen flashing to train wreck after plane crash to flooded houses…….instantly as a reaction to ‘bad’ reality disproving their previous propaganda. As the big ugly begins threaten, the big train wreck will flood the air-waves.


  10. Sherri Young says:

    It is time for the slime to slime each other.

    Let the games begin.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. I simply hope that, from this point forward, our Nation will re-learn the fact that “judicial” acts must never be “politically” motivated – and, vice versa.

    Of course, “this fundamental impossibility” forever rests at the very top of our system of government, in which our (supremely military) “Commander in Chief” is a … POLITICAL … appointment …


  12. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Apparently Brennan’s self-inflicted perjury trap means the heat is off the Judge?

    Hair Hat got his balls back?

    “Call a hotel in Milan and YOU qualify for a search warrant under FISA”
    That Title I judge or…
    do the Feds have to give me a defensive briefing about that Italian concierge/spy first?


  13. Baby El says:

    The ‘dossier’ was never an intelligence product. It was a prop in a stage play necessary to convey a narrative. This elaborate ploy has the the hallmarks of british scheming all over it.

    Liked by 8 people

  14. TwoLaine says:

    Crown Material…. I seem to remember that when my father took over the bathroom we called it his throne. Any material that crowned while he was on his throne was generally known as a turd.

    Instead of Crown Material how about we call it BIG SH1T instead?

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Zippy says:

    The entire scandal and the reasons for it all neatly wrapped up in two shows. Everything you need to know. Case closed.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. Jederman says:

    “…more disturbing, what does this say about the political intents of a weaponized intelligence apparatus?”

    It says they intend to have one party rule, and they will use every resource in the IC (and any fed agency) to suppress political opposition and ensure one party rule.

    It says they believe the ends justify the means.

    Liked by 8 people

  17. ALEX says:

    The Crown Material has definitely been around and Brennan’s fingerprints. Many of us remember this during the heat of campaign.

    From Sara Carter

    In the late summer of 2016, then FBI Director James Comey had already been advised that former Senate Majority leader Harry Reid would be sending him a letter asking to investigate allegations that President Donald Trump’s campaign had colluded with Russia, according to documents obtained by Congress.

    The letter, which was written several days after former CIA Director John Brennan met with Reid, has raised speculation among some congressional investigators that Brennan privately briefed Reid about the dossier.


  18. amwick says:

    So… this is a timely cartoon,, by my fav… If it was already posted, sorry… but it fits here too!!

    Aptly titled “The three Stooges- Johnny Jimmy and Comey”

    One comment caught my eye…
    HT LI’s MJHolcomb | May 20, 2019 at 2:20 pm

    I STRONGLY object to the comparison of these guys with the 3 stooges. Larry, Moe and Curly were NOT criminals.

    Liked by 6 people

  19. vikingmom says:

    “BRENNAN: I have no awareness.”

    Hello? THIS ^^^ is NOT an answer to the question that he was asked…this kind of obfuscation crap is why people despise politicians! Anyone else would be held in contempt if they tried to give a non-answer answer like that!

    Hillary has used these kind of word games her entire career and Barack Obama evidently never knew anything was happening until it appeared on the evening news! These people need to be held accountable to the FULL extent of the law or no one in America can ever have any confidence in our “justice” system ever again!!

    Liked by 5 people


    Doug Collins strikes again!!
    Today I’m releasing the remaining interview transcripts from @JudiciaryGOP’s investigation into decisions made at the Department of Justice and FBI. To read the transcripts, visit

    Liked by 3 people

  21. Sue Fowler says:

    Yep. The crooks are eating each other. All of them should go to prison. Brennan was tres dumb not to go with hildog’s, “I don’t recall”.


  22. Jim in TN says:

    I don’t know what happened so that the Judge could switch sides again, but he is starting to get to the core of the problems with the FISC. I wish he would pursue the logic further.

    There will never be downstream adversarial probing and challenge of a FISA warrant. This leaves the FISC at the mercy of those who use it. But it could be worse.

    In the rare instance when abuse comes to light, can they do anything about it? If no, then the court is a rubber stamp joke. If yes, then it is an abomination on the Constitution.

    Yes, an abomination! Everything it does must be kept secret. Imagine Comey just disapeared tomorrow. Because a secret court, tried him in secret, and sentenced him in secret, and sent him to a secret jail, which he must never disclose. Did he get a jury trial? That’s secret. Did he get a lawyer? That’s secret too. Does he have the right to use a writ of habeas corpus? No way, it is all secret. Protection against unreasonable searches and seizures? Give me a break. Unreasonable searches is what this court does. Right to plead the fifth, secret.

    But there is more trouble involved. We are talking punishment for officers of the court and the law who committed fraud and lied to a court. But it is all secret. So who is tasked with prosecuting but a fellow secret prosecutor? And who will give testimony but fellow secret law officers? Just another power the abusers have over the court.

    Luckily there is little damage left to be done in declassifying these creeps perfidy and trying them in an open court room. But what happens when the information is so secret that it can not be revealed?

    And I also agree whole heartedly that short of prosecuting them, it is nothing but a whitewash. Even declassification isn’t enough. The country needs perp walks and convictions to convince people that these are serious crimes that must never happen again. Or they will. Happen again. And next time they will falsely convict their target and cover up the truth.

    Liked by 8 people

    • huecowacko says:

      At 4:30 plus, Dagan McD interrupts Nap’s commentary to say that Kim Strassel/WSJ are reporting that Durham is doing a review without subpoena power(as opposed to an investigation with subpoena power), that sounds like a whitewash to me.


    • Mac says:

      Let me explain exactly hat the FISC is. There seems to be some confusion about that.

      The FISC functions the same as any other court or magistrate, in regard to its function, which is to authorize search and surveillance activity. to do this, the agency requesting the warrant presents a sworn affidavit setting out the reasons why this warrant should be granted. The FISC judge reviews this affidavit and issues or denies the warrant. And, so as not to derail a criminal investigation, the object of the warrant is not notified. This is common across the board in American courts. The difference in the FISC is that the proceedings of this court are classified by law, even after the case is closed.

      Now, the FISC has the same safeguards as every other court in the country. If an application is fraudulant, contains perjurous material or knowingly fails to adhere to the requirements for evidence presentation for a lawful warrant, the affiant can be held criminally liable for the failings of the application. And, that should happen in this case. If fraud or perjury was involved in the application for these warrants, those responsible should be prosecuted.

      Liked by 1 person

  23. eujenek says:

    Hang em high.


  24. eujenek says:

    Hang em high.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Lefty says:

    Doug Collins has earned my utmost respect. Not only does he have his president’s back, he was part of the Old Guard at Arlington. Dude loves his country. I hope he seeks higher office someday.

    Liked by 9 people

  26. DaughterofLiberty says:

    That photo of FUBAR 44 – with his head thrown back and his eyes closed – is frankly vulgar. He looks as if fellatio is being performed on him whilst he’s stoned. Sorry to disgust – but that’s exactly what that low life degenerate looks like.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. AccountabilityPlease says:

    Brennan will say it might have been the same information, but we didn’t call it the Steele dossier.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. rayvandune says:

    1. I heard on NPR this morning that the FBI won’t give the Florida counties that they claim were “hacked” any details, and won’t even identify one of them. Sounds like the hacking story is BS, unless the FBI did it themselves?
    2. Where do things stand with Mueller testifying to the House or Senate Judicial Committees? If our suspicions are correct, there is no way Mueller puts himself under oath in front of any Republicans who will ask real questions.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. BoDeen says:

    I assess that the CIA and FBI leadership ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election. Their goals were to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Donald Trump, and harm his electability and potential presidency.
    I have high confidence in these judgements.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Kent says:

      …hmmm…yeeeah…..sounds feasible…..except for the date…and I think many many more offsides surveillances came before that…never forget Maxine waterheads famous blabbermouth….


  30. Mark L. says:

    So, is the DOJ going to prosecute? Wake me when it happens


  31. Genie says:

    “We assess with high confidence” that Brennan and Comey are asses.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Margaret Berger says:

    Baby El, I just read that the plant whisperer aka prince charles and the home wrecker, aka the tampon,are inviting President Trump and the First Lady to tea. Trying to make amends? How lame.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Kent says:

    …ask Robert Hannigan …bet you a soda he knows exactly what we’re looking for…

    Liked by 1 person

  34. 2packs4sure says:

    I’m starting to think that comrade Brennan may not be the American Hero we all thought he was…

    Liked by 2 people

  35. Concernedcitizen says:

    Brennan/Comey/Clapper will attempt to shift blame by alleging they were duped by the Brits. Won’t be long.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      For a head of any investigative agency to claim he was duped by such claptrap doesn’t do much to preserve the integrity of the institution. Might as well shut ‘er down.


  36. Carson Napier says:

    The Deep State annotated itself as Pharaoh and has spread regression and delusion over an extensive portion of the earth


  37. clodfobble says:

    Larry, Moe and Curly need desperately to go to PRISON.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. mr.piddles says:

    “I mean, I could be wrong about that, but I think […]”

    James B. Comey, ladies and gentleman. He of Great Unknowing.

    WTF do you know, James B. Comey? Anything? Do you just “think”? Think this and think that? Not quite sure of anything whatsoever? And you actually don’t KNOW anything? At all? Ever?

    I can just hear his Mealy-Voice, dripping with Faux Uncertainty. He needs to go to jail so he can spend some good quality time remembering the sort of TREASONOUS SCHEME to which he was a party.

    Liked by 2 people

    • oldumb says:

      Hey! Comey knows ALOT. Like
      1) What color suit to wear based on the drapes.
      2) How tall redwood trees are
      There was something else, but I forget.


    • Beigun says:

      And to think Comey had a gig at William and Mary to teach Ethics!

      Jimmy Christmas! Talk about dumbing down education….


  39. sickconservative says:

    My question is who will be the low hanging fruit picked to bring it all down.
    Someone has to break and will be fun to watch.


    • trapper says:

      Someone recently speculated that Baker already broke. I don’t know where they got it. Probably just guessing, like most of the stuff you read that doesn’t either originate on the Treehouse or get picked up by the Treehouse. This is the most responsible place to follow, so long as you don’t take all the comments too seriously, except for a few specific posters.



    “I only do weasel moves when I’m crapping on the 4th amendment.”

    Jimmy the Weasel


  41. AmericanPatriot says:

    What is this about Durham not having subpoena power??


  42. Chilidog says:

    Did they say that Durham is doing a review without subpoena power? It’s not even an investigation?


    • trapper says:

      I’m sorry, but he doesn’t know shit about what Durham is doing. Nobody does except Durham and Barr and the people that work for them. Nap’s had it in for PDJT ever since PDJT wouldn’t put him up for S Ct. I don’t know why they keep trotting the old libertarian out at all. See PDJT’s tweet on the matter.


      • When Barr refused to list the “small group” looking into the coup I felt that was a big F-you to the dems. Then when Blumenidiot asked for the notes to Barr’s call with Mueller and he refused, my opinion was solidified in my head. All these rumors about no power are designed to make the crooks comfy. I mean why the heck else would you do both?


      • cthulhu says:

        Nap’s had it in for Trump since he was sent to a black site and re-educated. Since his absence, everything he has said has been bilgewater.


  43. trapper says:

    So, why would we suddenly take anything Comey says at face value, present or past? The whole damn mess is riddled with back doors and escape hatches.

    So the question:

    Is Comey snake enough to deliberately send out a lie in an email to direct attention BACK to Brennan later if the whole thing goes south or for some reason comes into question? I think we all asses that Brennan is snake enough to do something like that. Is Comey?

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  44. “It certainly looks like former CIA Director John Brennan has exposed himself to perjury. However, beyond that and even more disturbing, what does this say about the political intents of a weaponized intelligence apparatus?”

    It says there is a undeniable, if not even a governing, transnational overlay to the extent that the weapon[ized intelligence apparatus] may even have been devised and loaded overseas, then delivered to stateside operational assassins, who happened to simultaneously be fulfilling (ostensibly on the People’s behalf) Madisonian/Constitutional roles. Was Obama the Prime Mover who opted to go outside the NSA to avoid an in-country data trail (as Judge Nap narrated it many moons ago) thus engaging GCHQ or were he and Brennan tasked by GCHQ? Who works for whom? Was Brennan in a matrix-management configuration as a dual report to Five Eyes and the CIA? Is Obama?

    Recourse to ‘retired and indirectly affiliated’ CIA/GCHQ/MI6 personnel affords a bureaucratic degree of separation yet carries no real operational separation.

    Questions for Brennan and Comey:

    How can the officious and formal designation of Crown affix to a retired MI6 agent?
    Does Comey expect us to believe that ‘Crown’ was an arbitrarily assigned code name like Desert Storm?

    I’m warming more and more to the dual sovereignty model.


  45. teeheeman says:

    I’m sorry, but Brennan, Clapper and Comey????…..could there be any uglier old white dudes than these three dufus’??? Just looking at their depressed, droopy faces makes me ill. And this is coming from a mid-60’s old white dude…..


  46. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Eddie Munster Napolitano needs to sit the bench for a while after his last anti-Trumpet escapade.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. askandgettruth says:

    grab a big bag of popcorn the show is about to start. when we are hungry for the truth we can sit back right now and watch these corrupt and dirty cops eat each other. for now we can snack and when it is all over it will be a GRAND MEAL for WE THE PEOPLE


  48. TwoLaine says:

    Guess who else is peddling a book? I found a brief interview of him on Communist PBS:

    As Barr looks into Trump Tower intelligence briefing, Clapper denies leaking its contents
    20 May 2019
    by Judy Woodruff

    The BIG SH1T, Turd, Fecal Matter, Crowning Material, etc. was in the briefing because of Clapper according to Comey, not Brennan.

    “First, Comey claims that briefing the president-elect was the brainchild of Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.

    “I said there was something that Clapper wanted me to speak to the [president-elect] about alone or in a very small group,” Comey wrote. More on that in a bit.”

    Comey’s Memos Indicate Dossier Briefing Of Trump Was A Setup
    by Mollie Hemingway
    20 Apr 2018


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